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Buy Your Toilet Articles, Perfume, Toilet Soaps :.nd all kinds of OUU COItllESrON DENTS. (Continued from Third Page ) C'AKTEKH'fl CKiKK. Cartkhh'k Crkkk, April 2. Porter Imuran, mn of Mr. Ntarkev Duncan, died March Z7, at the home of hi aunt. MrH. A. C. M'Meen, from the effect of injuries received Tuesday ewentntr. lie wan riding on a wagon loaded with lumber, and tell to the (round and was run over, the wheel psilng entirely over hid body. Another bud has been plucked from the bower of Time, to be transplanted by the dear Masters' hand In the paradixe of God, there to develop Into a beautiful ancel, where he will decorate one of the "many mamdoup" thai Jesus has pone to pre pare fur the faithful. Although his stay on earth was short, It wag long enough to cause all who knew him to love him. Now that voice U stilled and life has lont much of iw brinhtnoss tothose who loved him bent; but how consoling to them Is the thought that their precious boy is safe In the loing Shepherd's tender fold, forever free from the sor rows and temptations of earth. We truly sympathize with them in the loss of tliuir precious child, who was so much of the joy and sunshine of their home; but their loss is his gain. Mr. luncan, who is a travelling salesman, was In Texas, and did not reach here until .Saturday morning. The funeral ser vices were conducted at the house Sat urday morning at ten o'clock by Itev. Neay, and the interment was at L sting Hope Cemetery. Our hearts were made sad bv the demh of Mr. Will Rlackman, of Theta He was a true Christian, and was liked by every one. To Mrs. Blackmail we extend our deepest sympathy. Mr. K. K Jones, 'of Kianklln, was here this weeK to see Mr. Wash Kussell -and family. Miss Kallid Polk has returned from a month's visit to Franklin relatives. Misses Faiitha and Bessie Church were with Mrs. W. B. Jones, of Santa r e, last weeK. Miss Olivia Foster spent several days last week with Miss Winfree Roberts. of Godwin. Miss Mir nie Lou Davis has returned from a visit to Columbia. Miss Eva Jackson, of Franklin, Is visiting the Misses Polk. Miss Genie Hunter will go to Mt. Pleasant Friday to spend several days. Mr. Bass Cowles, of Cowles Chapel, was here this week. Miss Annie Lou McCay, of Columbia, spentlastweekwlthMr.C.H. McKay and family. Messrs. L O, Church, A. F. Dortch, E. C. Fitzgerald and Dr. Webb Fpent Sun-daj- in Santa Fee. As the hot weather of summer is ap proaching, this papr will constantly keep before the readers TKSiTHlNA, a remedy whit h. where known, is heinn universally used to pi event an counteract the effects of warm weather uport small children, and it .8 hoped that ai mothers of this com munity will keep their children in a healthy condition by giving It, for it cots only 2o cents at druggists: or mall t!5 ct nfs to C. J. Mofrott, M, D., 8t. Louis, Mo. ;I.EM)AI.K. Olkkdalk, April 3 There was no preaching at Pleasant Mt. last Sunday on account of Bro. Stevens, of Lebanon, not reaching here. The school is progressing nicely here, under the control ot Prof, itagsdale aud wife. Miss Virgie Hargrove is visiting at Bell Buckle. Mrs. Etta Hughes has been very sick for the past week, hut is improving. Mies Lola Kcribner from Columbia, was visiting friends and relatives in our midst last week. Miss Vance Stem is visiting her sister, Mrs. Hall. Mr. ISenar Harris will move his family to Columbia in a few days, much to the regret of their many friends. Miss Carrie Smith spent several days in Columbia recently. Charlie Davis and sister, Miss Lena, visited friends in Colombia the latter part of this week. Miss Walker has been visiting Miss "Viola Hargrove for the past two weeks. Mockino Bird. TO CURE A COI.D IN ONE DAT Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets AH druggists refund the money if it fails to cure. K. vv. Grove's signature is on each box. 25c. oct4-ly UNION. Union, April 1. Miss Nannie Ash worth, who has been visiting her sis ter, Mrs. W. J. Kiggin, has returned to her home at Thompson Station. Mrs. W. M. Venable aud daughter Miss Francis spent a few days last week with her daughter, Mrs. H. B. Ashworth, of this placo. Miss Hattie Alderson is boarding at Mr. H. B. Ashworth's and attending school at this place. Mrs. W. J. Kiggin of this place, is on a visit t her mother. Mrs. J. Ashworth of Thompson Station. There will be sacramental service at this place next Sunday at 11 o'clock. Leo. Hoosier Corn Planters are second to none, but head the planter family. With and with but check rower. See tf Satterfield k Dodson. MT. PLEASANT , N E WS. Special to the Herald Mt. Plkasant, April 3. Mrs. C. A. Jenkins aud little grandson, Master William Wall, of Huntsville, Ala., are visiting her son, Mr. J. T. Jenkins, of the Williams Drue Co. Mr. and Mrs. J. 1. Hood, of the Ingram Hotel, were in Columbia this week. Mrs. J. P. Hood is on the siok list. Mrs. W. A. McUnwsn and little daughter, Pauline, of Nashville, and Mixs Anniu Mct'linrhey. of Columbia, are vUitinu Mrs. Thomas Foster on Hay I-ong avenue. Hickman uemocrats. Centrbvillr. Tenn., April 2 Th Democratic committee met In called Kesslon yesterday. Chair man V. V. Flower having moved away, J. T. Patton. of Bon Aqu. was elected in his stead, and Hon. Dtvid I Hpence, of Vernon, was cboseu Secretary. . ThTweather Man. "Is the weather mau in?" asked the bustling stranger. "No; he's away off In Alaska,' re- plied the assistant. "I knew h was away off om-wh-re." mM th strange as h bus tled out. Philadelphia Rc.rl. Drugs, Medicines, A PLUCKY MEMPHIS JAILER Prevents the Lynching of a Rapist. PISTOL PLACED TO HIS HEAD And the Surrender of the Negro De manded, but the Office'1 Refuses and Turns On Alarm. Special to the Herald. Memphis. April 4 An attempt to lynch John rihaw, a negro convicted or raping i white girl, was frua tiated at this place last night by the courage and coolness of Jailer Kelley. Three men obtained admittance into the j til by pretending to have a prisoner with trum. Going up to Jallpr Kelley, they placed a ptetol at his head and demanded that rthaw be turned over to them. The Jailer could not be bluffed, however, and he refused to suireuder the cell key and then turned on the police alarm. This broke up the men's plans, and the mob that was waiting at. Lacy Btation to lynch the negro, dis persed. 8haw will be carried to Nashville for safe keeping. Hoosier Corn Planters are ready. Has the latest improvement, and is right up to date. If you want tne best, buy the Hoosier. See tf 'Satterfield t Dodson. PROHIBITION IN KANSAS. Mrs. Carrie Nation's Work Bears Fruit Maj. Hughes. Topeka, Kax., ApMl 3 The mu nicipal tlections in Kansas yester- day have beeu of much more than the usual interest. Mrs. Nation's crusade and the sub-iequeut wide spread revival of interest in the en forcement of Prohibition combined to make the city electious the bat tlefields upon which in a large meas ure would depend the ultimate fate of the prohibition law. The results stem to show the prohibitory senti ment is still in the ascendency. In neailv every case the Republi can candidates were law enforce ment people and their election can t erefore be counted a victory for that element Albert Parker, Democrat, was elected Mayor of Topeka over Hughe, Republican, by the small majority ol 11 votts. The vote was so close on Mayor that the result was in doubt until the final count; was received shortly after 8 o'clock this morning. The Republicans elected the balance of the ticket with the exception of one council man. Hugties ran considerably be hind the rest of the ticket on ac count of a bitter flht at the Repub-1 lican primaries, many of the Repub licans opposed to hia nomination voting for Parker at yesterday's elec tion. The bonds securing the nev Banta- Fe shops were carried by an immense majority. Col. Hughes has given notice that he will at once iustitute contest pro- ceedings. Note. Col. Hughes, the defeated candidate, is a brother of Col. A. M. Hughes, aud formerly lived here Buggies and Surries. We have a few buggies and surries left, which we are offering at cut prices, to make room for spring goods. tf Satterfield & Dod o t. Funston's Heroism. The glorification of Funston for what is at best, with its forgeries, subornation of treachery and Indian cunning, a questionable performance as a part of civilized warfare, is another illustration of the demora lizing effect of militarism. A great inventor like Elison, or a great philanthropist like Carnegie or a great poet of the people, is worth more to a republicthan five hundred Funstonsor "Fighting Bt.bs," and will be remembe ed five hundred years after they ar forgotten. It is easy to go with the crowd and to flatter the people by lauding their "heroes," but it. is as wrong to do this as it is to flatter tyrant. The military spirit needs the correction of truth, not the glainourof lies. There is nothinir truly herioc or glorious in this whole wretched Filipino busi ness. New York World. Honble Accident. Ckossvili.k, Tenn., April 2. . hoirible acvide.it occurred in the Crab Orchard Coal & Coke Com pany's miues, in which Tom Hraw-.-y and Alford Arwood lost their livt'3 aud L uls Rohaunon was per haps fathlly injure!. The accident was cau-ed by the breaking of the ho sting clutch. A loaded car had been drawn from a side entry and was being hauled up an incline oi over 40 degrees, when tne ciuicn nroKe, snowing tne car to dasti down the incline, travers ing a distance of 400 feet with a vary ing pitch of from 40 to 28 degrees. Arwood and Brawley were working in the bottom of the main shaft and were crushed to death instantly. After some difficulty, the bodies were removed. Arwood's legs were broken anJ Krawley's head was torn nearly oM. Itohannou was working a pump down the milo shaft and did uot receive the full force of the car. American Wire Fence, StriKKFIELD 1 DoDSO.f . Drug Store Goods at THE LEGISLATURE. Senate Passes Bill Creating Office of Entomologist. Building and Loan Association Bill Cause. Much Debate in House. Special to the lleru(d. Nasiivii.lk, April 3 The Senate to-day pHxst-d the House bill creat ing the office of Htate Entomologist Htid protecting nurseries ag .inst the San Jose hchIh. After much debate the House paused the hill r quiring building and loan associations to ht,ue semi annual sworn statements. Special to the Herald. Nashville, April 3. The Etes fee hill to regulate the compentiori of th county officials cime uo in the Houe as a p cial order. The author offered a hubstitute to make the bill apply to only the four Ir.rgest co tniies in the Sfte, and to fix the diaries of th officials at $4 000 per annum. He made a speech in fav.ir f his bill, and was foil iwed by Mr. Fahev.who opposed it. The vote was taken and resulted 8 follows: Ayes 37, noes 46. Redisricting Bill. At the afternoon session the re distiictintr bill came up as a special order. There were a number of amendments offered on buh sides of the House, but every one went to the table. The strict party Demo crats tried several times to shut them off by calling for the previous question, but they could not com mand 'he ntcesarv two-third9 vote. Mr. Peay, in making the call for the previous question, said that as soon as he had looked at this bill lie saw that it was conceived in sin and born in iniquity. The party had in dorsed It However, and lie would support it. Despite all the protest froTi the Republicans and a few Democrats, the bill passed by a strict party vote Ooe Democrat voted against it, and three refused to vote. Quiet in the Senate. The day was the quietest day in the Senate since the recens. The road law whs called up, but was made a special order for Thursday at U o clock. Nashville, Tenn., Apl. 4 In the rountine grind of the Senate yester Any, a oui was read out which pro vided for the repeal of the Jarvis law in ail counties under 30 000 iu habitants. It was only necessary to state that the bill was an assault on the Jarvis law and ihe Senators sat down ou it very promptly and very forcibly. The Senate has on previous occa sions snown its tin willingness to tamper with the Javis law, and the action yesterday showed plainly that the nppper branch will stand as a big stumbling block to the House in the attempts of the latter to tear a hole in Tennessee's great reform measure. DON'T TOBACCO SPIT and SMOKE YourLifeawayl You can be cured of any form of tobacco using easily, be made well, strong, magnetic, full of new life and vigor by taking MO-TO-BAC, that makes weak men strong. Many gain ten pounds in ten days. Over BOO . OOO curei All druggists. Cure guaranteed. Book- advice I-REE. Address STE; REMEDY CO., Chicago or Hew York. 437 GEMS OF THOUGHT. A holy fear of God will have a great influence upon our obedience to Him. "Serve the Lord with fear." If we fear Him not, we shall not serve Him. Henry. a This is the preparation for a good old age: Duty well done, for its own sake, for God's sake, aud for the sake of the commonwealth of man. When a man works only for birasel', he neither rests here nor reward hereafter. Robert Collyer. O Here are our lives, shut in, limi ted, self-absorbed; and here are the messages of God, knocking at our door, and between the two only oce barrier, the barrier of our own wills. Religious education is simply the opening of the door of the heart. Selected. Who is the honest man? He that doth still and strongly good pursue To (Jod, his neiahbor and himself, most true. George Herbert. OPERA HOUSE? The Opera House management has booked the Van Dyke & Eaton Co. for a week's engagement this month. They will give select repertoire at popular prie9. , MORE FILIPINOS SURRENDER. Gen. Mno Arthur ulilrn Account More Surrender Al-riteil Fraidi CiiiKrmlril. Washington, April 4. The follow in cablegram was received to-day at the war department from On. Mar Arthur at Manila: Brig.-ien. Hobert I. lluches re ports surrender, at Ifcinga, Northwest I'anny, March 31. 30 odVer, lv men, ICS rifles. Cien. Kobb reports 21 men nd 21 guns surrendered, Murrb 31, in northern Mindanao. "Commissary frauds being inresti gated; not sufficient gravity to muse roneern; apparently due to irregu larity in rile iwviiiF. Press report inexact and miMeadii c. I "ilacAUTHl C" fl I Some the Results of the Municipal Ejections Held in Various States and Territories. ST. LOUIS CAPTURED BY DEMOCRATS. Curler llnri'Uon, 1'nr the Third Tlnif, I lumen Mnjor f ( lileuiri The City toniull. Hoi-trr, Una a ll-iiilill'an Mnjorll)' of Ten-Till lonlt-at i;ie litre. St. Louis, April i. -Klecticna werr held Tuesday in lminy stntes, includ ing Missouri, Illinois, Arkansas, Kan sas, Wisconsin, Nebraska, Minnesota Texas aril (.'oloraoo. MISjSOI HI. In St. I.ouih ,vitii one precinct miss- in'tr. t lie count gives Wells (ilcin.), foi hum or, -l.i.tc'l; Parker (vep.), 34.S40; Meriwether (public ownership), 30, 5l; I'illey (good government), 2.008 T1k entire democratic, city ticket is re turned by approximately Ihe same plurality. The president ntul six new members of the city council are re turned by similar democra lie plurali ties, and the iuiif;e ol delegates will Ktaml: .Democrats, 3o; republicans 32; public ownership, 3. The proposi tion lo increase the library tax from one-fifth to two-HI'ihs of a mill, neces satv to comply with the terms of th Carnegie gift of .$l,'ii'0,()iiO, was carried by a vote of 70.S42 lor to ,70S against In Missouri, outsiile'of St. Ixiuis, not much interest was manifested in the municipal elections, the ote wai light nnd relative showing of the two parties litlle changed from the No vember election. ILLINOIS. Chicago, April 4. Carter IT. Harri son has been elected mayor of Chica go for the third time ,and will next week commence his third term as the chief executive of ihe city. His otti cial plurality over .itulge Klbridgc Hanecy, the republican nominee, is in the neighborhood of 2S,o00 votes. The tola vote of t city, with a few precincts to hear from, is: Harri son, 1",275; Hanecy, 127,202; Harri son's plurality, 28,073. Out of the 35 wards of the city, Harrison carried 30 mid Hanecy nine. The vote was badly split, some of the strongest republican parts of the city piving only a small plurality for the party nominee, and some of them go ing for Harrison, who. however, suf; fered in some of the democratic strongholds. The new city coune.il, which prob ably will be called upon to decide the question of the extension of the street railway franchises and other public cranta worth many millions, is repub lican by a majority of ten votes. As a result of Tuesday's election the council will be made up of 3i repub licans, 29 democrats, '?. independent re publicans and 2 independent demo crats. This makes a total of Tl, or two more than are provided for by law, the tangle being caused by the recent ward redist ricting and the con sequent shifting of two holdover al dermen in the Second and Twenty- first wards. The new council and the courts will be called upon to decide the problem. According to leaders of both par ties, the council probably- will be or ganized on non-partisan lines. This will be in accordance with the policy of Mayor Harrison and of the Muni cipal Voters' league, a non-partisan organization which has been prom inent in recent local coinpaigns. Gold for Europe. New York, April 4. Lnzard Freres has engaged $1,000,000 in gold bars at the assay office for shipment to raris by Thursday's steamer. MERCY HOSPITAL CLOSED. Nona Ordered to Leave by DUhop Et Result of a Scandal at Iron Mountain, Mich. Iron Mountain, Mich.. April 4. Mer cv hospital, better known here as Kmergercy hospital, has closed its doors by order of Wshop Eis, and the. nun hae been ordered to leave th diocese. This is the result of an ec clesiastical scandal, which occurred last January, when F.llen Hogan, a novitiate-in the hospital, was arrested on an insanity charge preferred by the mother superior. Miss Hogan was adjudged sane by the probate court. The mother superior also charged her with theft. After bring released from custody, by order of Judge Bergeron, Miss llojran mad! severe charge .4 against the mother superior, one of which was drunkenness. An investiga tion by Bishop Kia resulted in the or der to close the institution. BOTH PROVED POOR SHOTS. Tno l.intrv In Court at Klnaptoa, Trail., Let I. none Their Gnu, Bat Without ICffect. Chattanooga. Tenn.. April 4. Dur ing a session of the court at Kingston, Hon. ?am. A. Braze&le and Hon. James J. Littleton, prominent attorneys ami leading republican olitirians in the Second rongressionnl district, 'mar reled oer a speech -nhich Littleton made against Braienle, Mho is run ning for mayor of Kingston, and each drew a revolver and bejran firing. None of the fholti took effect. They were m- rnl-d by l l:unlc. t sou both i';.ed m:! r prret. KAUFFMAN BUGGY JJO'S. VEHICLES are the best goods offered for the money, as the material used in manufacturing them is the best that money can buy. It is assembled in the proper way by skilled workman, and all vehicles turned out bv them are original styles. The Kauflman costs very little more than some makes so called "A" grade work, and will last twice as long, ride easier and look better. We also have medium and cheap grades. Can fit you out in a vehicle that will please you. We have one or two'good second-hand sur ries and phaetons. Will sell at a bargain. Cit. phone No. s, J. p. STREET & CO. W.tJ. oakrs, Manufacturer, Builder and Dealer In Carpenters' Supplies and Building Material. Sash, Doors and Blinds; Flooring, Coiling, Siding, Moulding, Lathes, Shingle Windows and Door Frames, in stock or made to order; Stairways complot and all Kinds of Porch materials, always on hand We are better prepared than ever before to get out Dimension Stuff; also to cot tract for building honv b turn key finish. Inside finish in soft or hard wcoc Special attention and close prices on Handsome Mantels, Portierres, Grille wori Gable Ornaments and btore Fronts. All our manufactured goods are made of Poplar and sold at prices you pay elsi where for pine. We make the largest variety of brackets of any manufacturer here or hereaboub For anything in our line call on us and we will treat you right and save you tnone W. J. OAXES, Office and Factory, N. Main St., Columbia, Tenn. O'tizens 'Phone 44. iu15-1v1r 1 Se Is Said to Have Left Pekin for Shanghai Under an Im perial Cloud. HE HAS FAVORED RUSSIA TOO ACTIVELY. If the Present Understanding l Cor rect It Is Believed that an Ef fectual Check Hns Been Admin istered to Russia In Her Dcslicns I'pon Manchuria. Washington. April 4. Although no official notice has reached here of the reported departure of Prince Li Hung Chang from Pekin for Shanghai, th; officials are inclined to believe it is true that Li Hung Chang is real ly leaving Pekin for good, and because the emperor is dis pleased with his conduct of the ne gotiations. It was known here that when Li Hung Cfiang was made one of tbe peace envoys that he was pro Russian in sentiment, but there was no cause for complaint ou that score until the Manchurian agreement came up for consideration. Now it is be lieved by officials here that Li has proved so earnest an advocate of the Russian cause, and bus so strenuously worked for the signature ol the agree ment 1hat his own government has felt obliged to deprive him of power to further that agreeinnt. If this un derstanding is correct it is believed that an effectual check hns been ad ministered to Russia in her designs upon Manchuria, for it is thought the emperor of China would scarcely have acted in this summary fashion had he not received assurarces of support from some of the other powers. Mr. Rockhill has not yet acquainted the government with the exact lan guage of the agreement reported to have been reached ut Pekin ns to the Chinese forts, but taking the press accounts of the ministerial meeting as accurate, it is gathered that Sec retary 1 lav's views have formed the basis of the agreement. The original proposition, strongly backed by most of the ICuropean powers, was to com- . , . , .. .i . . .. . i. i . : .. .. :.. ii icij uesirov me i uim-sc iui in in the eulf of Pe-Chi-Li, and on the road from Taku to Pekin. The state de partment felt that it would be inex pedient to proceed so far and leave China nakul to the attack of the meanest fo. Therefore, the powers were urged to content themselves with the simple dismantlement of the forts, leaving theni iu condition to be again mounted with guns in a reason able time. It is believed here that this project has been accepted, for it ap pears, from the iangunge of the oress dispatches, that the only forts or dered to lie "destroyed," is one on a point in the Pci river, which is to lx removed simply because it forms an obstacle to navigation. Rathvea to Be Kleetroeated. Columbus, O., April 4. The state board of pardons hns refused to rec ommend that the governor interfere in the case of Edward Kuthven, con victed of murdering OTicer Shipp, in Cleveland, May 8, 1900. Kuthven wili be electrocuted April 12. Boaaat Mar Baads. Washington, April 4. The secretary of the ttestury has purchased, in New York. $000,000 additional short terra bonds at substantially the same T t as paid for the $:,0on,000 bonds pur chased Tuesday. "BIG FOUR" The Buffalo Route to Pan-HmerlGau Exposition HE&T J.1XE TO . BUFFALO. . NEW YORK and hOdlON. Information cheerfully furnished ni application to city ticket offlc-. "BIG FOUR ROUTE" No. Fourth Ave., Louisville, or writo 8. J. GATES, Oen'l. Agent. Louisville, Ky. SUMATRA LEAP. Connecticut Tobacco Grower Enteric;' Upon Its Culture. Dealers in tobacco leaf have as an interesting bit of speculation just nov; the possibility of growing Sumatra to bacco in the Connecticut river district, ' where for several years past a lot ct Havana wrappers have been raiseu, says the New York Times. Sumatr . tobacco has never been grown with acy marked degree of success in this coun try Bave in one district in Florida. I: the extreme northwestern part of th : state, in and about Gadsden county, there has bea a rather successful pro duction of that leaf, but that has bee -, practically controlled by one firm o; manufacturers having headquarters Li this city. The bulk of the Sumatra to bacco used here for cigar wrappers i ; just what it has pretended to be. Laa season, under government supervision tobacco from the Sumatra seed v.y. grown in Connecticut on quite a stretch of territory. It was raised under cover, the simulation of the con ditions of the torrid zone being at tained by the use of cotton aheetlCT rigged on p is and making a long te .t about six fa.t in he' Artificial It rlgatlon, corstant attention and th; quality of the soil in the locaton c: perimented on, resulted in the obtai i ing of a leaf that at least looked well, and, so far as handlers can tell now, promises to make a fair substitute f the Sumatra leat, How well it w 1: stand the test cannot b told until 1 1 ? leaf has been made up into cigars an 1 BUDjetle(J ! .,,,, to the only actual test-- sinoklng. So well satisfied is one larg tobacco grower in the district, Ar ci Mitchelson of Tariffvtlle, that he h i : announced that he Is going into, tli experiment of raising the Sumatra lea" . on a large scale. Experts have decld ! that he has the right soil in one of hi . fields. o he has placed an order fj 15,000 yards of the strongest sort C cotton cloth from which the protectir. -tents will be constructed. Under thr tents several acres of plants will b set when the weather permits, and Eerious attempt will be made to t r how the experiment will turn out tn i . a praitical point. Dealers here hav little faith In a successful result. ? there are so many natural condition operating against the grower, thou. they would be pleased to have aucce . crown hU efforts. That would open a new and a possibly cheaper source o supply for the sort of leaf most clgrr makerr must have in order to aupp j light-colored cigars Collretlaa BC rteeeatrielttaa. Bug eccentricities are being broorrt into a special collection by the British Museum. It has now moths with mal wings on one siJe and female wln;t on the other, butterfllea with no fo---wlnga. and Insects with aa abnormal umbr of soteonae or ot lega.