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THE SUNDAY OEEGONIAN. POKTLAND, 'APEIE- 27, 1902.
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
Tho Oresroninn'a Telephones.
Counting Room Main CC7
Managing Editor Main G30
City Editor Main 166
Composing Room Main CS3
East Side Offlce East CI
Superintendent Building Red 2S23
Counting Room 9SJI
Editorial Rooms J6?
Composing Room il
Engine Room .. -..2BB
THE BAKER THEATER (Third and Tarn
hill) The Stuart Stock Company presents
Milton Noble's great play. "From Sire to
Son." Matinee and evening.
CORDRAY'S THEATER Milton Noble's fa
mous drama, "Prom Sire to Son," produced
by Frank Cooley and Company.
THE OREGOXIAVS HANDBOOK.
The Oregonlan'a Handbook tells all about
Portland, the entire Columbia River -watershed
and the 1905 World's Fair, commemorative ot
the Lewis and Clark expedition to Oregon. The
book contains over 150 handsome illustrations,
and It Is printed on enameled book paper. It
will be mailed to any address in the United
States or Canada for 7 cents a copy.
Boisb and Thunder Mountain. Colo
nel Judson Spofford, a -well-known cap
italist of Boise, Idaho, who is spending a
lew days at the Portland, is enthusiastic
over the prospects of the Thunder Moun
tain mining district, and declares that
the shortest and best way to reach the
region is by way of Boise. Speaking to
a representative of The Oregonlan yester
day. Colonel Spofford said: "Boise has
raised $27,000 for the improvement of the
state wagon road, which covers 120 of the
ICO miles that separate our city from the
mining district, and for the construction
of a new road for the remainder of the
distance. The route, by way of Boise,
Is the natural highway to and from this
great mining district, as it Is shorter by
many miles, and presents fewer engineer
ing obstacles. Our road will be complet
ed within a few months, and numerous
pack trains will run between Boise and
Thunder Mountain. It will be a far bet
ter route than the one by -way of "Welser,
and all other routes are unnecessarily
long. A large force of men Is now at
work on the new road, -nhich will be fin
ished with all possible dispatch. Last
fall when miners wanted to take their
stamp mills in the Boise route was the
only one on which the packers would
bid. "I believe that there will be 50,000
people in this district before September.
It may not prove as rich a camp as Crip
ple Creek, but I am sure it is more ex
Tontine Checks Issued. Five million
sixty thousand dollars disbursed by the
Pacific Mercantile Company. The Incor
porators of this company, who were the
representatives of the defunct Tontine
Savings Association, of Minneapolis, are
more than gratified at the results. The
patrons of triat defunct association in
Oregon, "Washington and British Colum
bia are being protected, and General Man
ager Olsen reports that the success of
the Pacific Mercantile Company Is an as
sured fact, and states the volume of
business for the first three weeks has
Exceeded their anticipation. New appli
cations are being received, and the gen
ral agents report that all the patrons
re giving their co-operation to the new
Company. If interested call at the home
Jfilces of the Pacific Mercantile Company,
Miite 211-212-213, Oregonlan building. J. K.
Dlsen, general manager.
To Lat Corner-Stone June 12. W. K.
Brace, grand master of Masons In Ore-
on, has designated Thursday afternoon,
une 12, as the date for laying the corner
stone of the Scottish Rite Cathedral. This
Will be the second day of the session of
the grand lodge. It is understood that
Oregon Commandery, No. 1, Knights
Templar, will assist the grand lodge, and
that all Knights Templar in the state will
Ve invited to join with them. Judge W.
D. Fentor., a 32d degree Mason, will de
liver the oration. I
Baseball. Todat 2:S0 P. M.
Baseball. Todat 2:30 P. M.
Baseball Today 2:30 P. M.
Admission 25c, Including Grandstand.
Professional Grounds. 24th & Vaughn.
Baseball Todat 2:30 P. M.
Baseball Todat 2:30 P. M.
Art Studio Open. Professor Richard
Max Meyer, who has recently arrived
here, will open an art studio and school at
K4S Alder street. May 1st. Every lover
of art Is cordially invited to Inspect his
Eallery May 1st, 2d and 3d. Professor
Meyer has studied in Germany under
the best-known artists In the royal art
schools of Berlin, Dresden and Munich.
"Wednesday Noon Lectures. A series
of six lectures will be given by Miss Ma
bel Lanyon, of Sommerville College, Ox
ford, England, at St. Helen's Hall, on
successive "Wednesdays, beginning April
30 at 11:30 A M., in the study hall. The
subject, "English History as a Factor
in English Literature." Admission is
Information "Wanted. Any one who
was on the open "S" car on Third street,
near Jefferson, at 3 o'clock P. M. on the
14th of last July, when a lady was hurt
In alighting from the car, will confer a
favor by communicating with or calling
upon Mrs. "Wells, at 151 17th street, city.
Ladies are invited to attend the auc
tion sale at residence, 739 Irving street,
between Twenty-second and Twenty
third streets, tomorrow (Monday) morn
ing, at 10 A. M. S. L. N. Gilman, auc
tioneer. Sundat trolley trips by P. C. & O.
Cars every 20 minutes from 9 A.M. to9
P. M.. for Oregon City, Canemah. Wil
lamette Falls Park. Round trip 25 cents.
Tickets must be purchased at company's
Norwat's Dat of independence will be
commemorated by an entertainment and
ball, given by the Norwegian Double
Quartet, at Arion Hall, Second and Oak
streets, Saturday evening. May 17.
Home Lodge. I. O. O. L.. will give en
tertainment "Wednesday evening, April
SO, at Auditorium, for benefit of late
Emll Hansen's family. Admission 25c
Trolley Trips. Today special service
every 20 minutes to Mount Scott, Mount
Tabor and the reservoirs by the P. C. &
O., from First and Alder streets.
Sundat Boat to Oregon City. Take the
river ride; rest and enjoy the scenery.
Leaves 8:30. 11:30 A. M. and 3 and 6:15 P.
M. Round trip, 25 cents.
A Concert at "White Temple. Save
the date, Friday evening, May 2. A fine
concert and large attendance assured.
Admission only 25 cents.
Frank Cody and Peanut Joewlll give
the first picnic and dance of the season
today at Jefferson Gardens. Take Fifth
The only Turkish and Russian bath es
tablishment on Coast exclusively for la
dles, 300 Oregonlan bldg. Phone North 1388.
Free! Beautiful map of Portland. Call
at the North Irvington office, corner of
Union avenue and Failing street
Dalles Boat leavps dally at 7 A M.
from foot Alder street for The Dalles and
all Upper Columbia River points. ,
Astoria Boat leaves daily at 7 A. M.
from foot Alder street for Astoria and all
Lower Columbia River points.
May Day Party will be given by the
ladies of the Unitarian Church at Parsons
Hall, May 6.
See the Past Sachem's big adv. in next
Sunday's Oregonlan about their annual
Saddle horse for sale, property of K.
Lang. Can be seen at Portland Riding
General Grant, best red geranium; 5c;
lobelias, verbenas, lc Burkhardt's, 23 & G.
Columbia and Hartford bicycles. F. -f.
Keenan, 126 First street, near "Wash.
Folding chairs rented, 50c dozen, In
cluding delivery. Gevurtz & Sons.
Mile for 15 cents. Hasty Messenger Co.
Telephones Main 53. Open all night.
Q 92, Care- Oregonlan, will assist your
children with their lessons.
Trinity Church site for sale; see adv.
"I "Will wager a five-pound box of the
best candles I can place the best brand
of Eastern confections In another pack
age, or feed them to you sn the dark,
and, although you be an ardent consumer
of the same goods, you will be unable to
distinguish them from any other make.
Now, I will make the same wager of The
Carroll Chips' or The Carroll Cream'
and three-fourths of my customers will
Immediately cry Carroll's. "Why? Be
cause there Is a difference, a meritorious
difference in the flavor, neither fancied
nor prejudiced, that has brought me cus
tomers one by one 'to have and to hold,'
and will eventually bo the candles that
will make Portland farilous. I know the
goods." Carroll's, opposite Imperial.
Meats Must Go Up. Restaurant-keepers
are agreed that they must chargo
more for meat orders, but they have not
yet decided how to go about it. Last
Monday night they held a meeting. Not
enough of them were present to enter
Into an agreement. They will try it
again tomorrow night. They plan to ad
vance the cost of meat orders about 5
cents a plate. They give as a reason the
high cost of provisions. "It Isn't doing a
thing to us," said one of them last night.
"The public should help endure the, grind.
Prices of meat, potatoes and chickens are
so high up in the air that we have to
get up on stepladders to reach them."
Pat Your Bicycle Tax. Bicycle tags
are going slow, the Sheriff having only
disposed of about 300 up to date, making
a total collection for the bicycle fund of
about $300. All persons who ride bicycles
on the bicycle paths must obtain tags.
The only place to procure tags Is at the
She'rlfTs office, as there are no outside i
collectors at" work, and none will . be
placed in the field this year. After the
tax has been declared delinquent pay
ment will be enforced as provided by law.
by the seizure of wheels, or levy upon
other property. Last year a large num
ber of delinquents were made to pay a
"We Still have a part of the Cascada
Mining & Development (Polar Star) stock
left. Exhibits of ore from this mine can
be seen at the offices of Sessions & Simp
son, ground floor. Chamber of Commerce
building. They sell this stock for 50 cents
per share. Our price Is 25 cents, but in
order to start the ball rolling we will
sell the first 1000 shares Monday morning
for 20 cents per share: first come first
served. L H. Bingham, 110 SheriocK
Community and Individual Tuesday
evening Robert H. "Wilson will give the I
14th lecture in the course presented by
the Economic League. His full title is
The "Welfare of the Community, the In
terest of the Individual." The place Is
Unitarian Chapel, admission free. Mr.
"Wilson Is sure to present to his. hearers
the "beaten oil" of hard study and wide
observation of men and things.
Total Registration, 17,700, The total
registration up to date Is about 17,700.
The average number of registered each
day during the week was about 25. The
office was kept kept open last night to ac
commodate voters who are unable to come
in the day time, but only a few came.
The office will be open every night until
10 o'clock until further notice. Yesterday
25 electors registered.
Tickets to the Past Sachem's excur
sion, to be given Sunday, May 11, are
selling fast, and there promises to be
two large tralnloads of people. Hundreds '
of Portland residents who have never
seen both sides of the beautiful "Wlllam- .
ette Vallev should take this trip. The
Past Sachem's excursions have become j
popular with the Portland public
Smallpox Cases Diminish. Health
Officer Menefee, who recently completed
his annual report, states during the past
12 months there were 103 cases of small
pox, as compared with 65 cases during
cases is diminishing, and that with the
coming of warm weather there will be
no more smallpox.
The J. McCraken Company has moved
its storage warehouse and office for the
sale of lime, plaster, cement, etc., to
Nos. 231-233 Pine street, corner Second.
D. M. Osborne & Co., for whom they
transfer farm implements and harvesting
machinery, will be found at the above lo
"Women of "Woodcraft Excursion
To The Dalles Mat L
Round Trip 51.
"W. O. "W. Log-Rollino.
-Train Leaves 8:30 A. M.
Tickets Mat Be Had at "Woodard &
Clarke's and Bonbonlere, 315 Morrison.
North Irvington. Take the. Union ave
nue, "Woodlawn or "Vancouver car to Fall
ing street. Lots 5100 to 5500 each. Small
cash payments, balance 510 a month, or
call on the Title, Guarantee & Trust Com
pany, 6 and 7 Chamber of Commerce.
Wait for the Past Sachem's railroad
excursion to Albany and Corvallls Sun-
Antr fav "11 Ttm c trains Hnts for
all. ' Two hours at Albany for dinner.
Twn hnur for filchtqpplnir at Corvallls
Two nours lor signtseeing at orams. ,
Furniturd sold cheap. "We have a t
good grade of household furniture, office
rir!ira nnrt rnajrij iron neas. learner I
couches, etc., and are selling very cheap.
Calef Bros., 130 Sixth street.
A Centrallt located dental office in
city, all equipped, for sale at bargain.
Address H 93, care Oregonlan.
St. Matthew's rummage sale Monday
and Tuesday, 311 Alder street. Phone
Sweet cream and Ice cream, wholesale
and retail. "Washington Creamery.
The "Ultra." $3 50 shoe for ladles.
Billings, 229 Morrison.
The Highest-Price Tailors Are Our Only Competitors
B. B. RICH STORE NO. 7
THLL BE IX THES PERKINS HOTEL
It Will Be Conducted on the Same
Liberal Lines as All His
B. B. Rich, the cigar man, has added
one morer to his chain of stores, miking
the seventh one in this city. All of them
are conducted on the same liberal lines
and Is the secret of Mr. Rich's success.
The ability to give the smoking public
values lies In purchasing power, enabling
him to give smokers full factory sizes and
first selection. Periodicals, souvenirs and
tourists' supplies, such as kept In all
first-class hotels, will be a feature of the
GREAT INTEREST SHOWN
In Renovation of the Fourth-Street
Public attention Is still centered on the
repavlhg of Fourth street, now well un
der way between Morrison and "Washing
ton. "While considerable speculation Is
indulged In by spectators as to the sta
bility and longevity of wood blocks treat-
ed with avenaiius carbollneum, the gen-
eral consensus of opinion seems to be
that the process Is well worth a trial
and Is likely to prove a success. Those
who have been abroad and seen the ex
cellent results secured by treating wood
en paving blocks with the preservative.
In foreign cities, are particularly enthu
siastic and predict that the problem of
installing lasting and sanitary pavements
In Portland from cheap native material
will he solved by this new departure.
Blocks inferior to Oregon fir treated with
avenarlus carbollneum and laid on North
umberland avenue ,and Charing Cross,
London, in 18S4, have stood the wear and
tear of travel and climatic influence for
eight years without repairs and are still
in perfect condition. The same Is true
of similar pavements laid on the magnifi
cent boulevards of Berlin and other cities
for still longer periods
The blocks used on Fourth street are
thoroughly treated and thereby rendered
Impervious to dampness and consequent
decay, which has proved so destructive
to fir blocks laid In their natural state
without protection from the elements.
Portland property-owners, rendered sus
picious by past failures, did not sanction
the use of carbollneum-treated blocks
-without due Investigation of the merits
of the preservative, and if results ob
tained In all quarters of the globe under
all sorts of climatic conditions are any
criterion, their faith Is not misplaced.
WILL BE ELECTED.
In the coming June election there is no
question whatever but that suitable par
ties win oe elected. The point I wish to
make now Is that my 6tock of goods
jf selected. Call and see my fine
",ne. J mantels, grates, tiling, gas and
5iec,l"c cnanaeliers. andirons, portable
f?3; a"" screens and fenders. All
Kaa of electrical and gas work promptly
attended to. M. J. "Walsh, showrooms No,
5 Washington streets. Call up either
DC. White and
gray double blanket sheets. 65c for full
size beds. Hemmed pillow-cases, 7c 2.
yards long ruffled Swiss curtains, 50c pair?
Comfortables, 95c White hemstitched
towele, size 19x38, lie Housekeepers find
it profitable to shop In our basement sales
room. Special values in short lengths in
mcallen & McDonnell.
Corner Third and Morrison.
The Sale of Export and Geo. W.
Childs Cigars, Three for 10 Cents.
The trade said It couldn't last, but it
does, and we still sell these two stand
ard 5-cent brands at three for 10 cents.
The Cut-Rate Cigar and News Store, 201
Washington, Perkins Hotel building.
HOW ABOUT IT?
jJo your trousers bae nt th imoacf i
the buttons off your clothes? Are they
LRPcAruB Telephone to us; we
' ? ??"' VTCl3 and dellver one suit
of your ci0hes eacn week and give you a
shine ticket good for eight shines a month
all for 51 00 per month. Unique Tailoring
Company, 347 Washington street.
High-Grade Pianos for Rent.
Sold on easy installments. Pianos tuned
and repaired. H. Slnshelmer. 72 Third st.
There Is to be erected to a dog a matmlfleent
monument In the very middle of the .Alpine
I glaciers. The noble four-footed preserver of
lire was a magnlflcent St. Bernard, and had
saved during his lifetime no fewer than 40
Reliable footwear for men. -womrn anA
children at prices that are right M. Bll-
lings, 23 Morrison.
Are different today from what they were several years ago.
SHAPE-RETAINING QUALITY was unknown hen and only
high-price tailors made garments which would hold their shape.
TODAY it is different. We use the best quality of Irish, linen
canvas and haircloth for our coats, thus insuring everlasting
and perfect shape of shoulders and collar, in fact the garment
will appear as though the best tailor in the city had made it. The
price looks different tailor's charge, $40 to $50. "We sell up-to-date
Spring suits for
$15, $18, $20-,
The best are $25.00
MORRISON AND SECOND STREETS
ing is be
lieving. BUT NOT SO
through a poor pair of opera glasses,
for a good play is often marred by a
poor pair of glasses. I keep nothing
but the best in this line. Genuine
Lamair glasses in -black, white and
Oriental pearl from $6.50 up. Han
dles to match $3.50 and up. Also a
fine line of field glasses.
SILVER PURSES are all the fad
iust now: a new line just received
from $2.50 no.
HAT PINS There is something
new in this line that you may not have
solid siircrTWibiii seen before. Remem-
15e Bjcaiine ... , oj0 ar.a
UCl III J UUUO IW.
new no old stock on
E. J. JAEGER,
290 Morrison Street
Jttaen 4th sad Sib.
GRAVES & CO.
Great Rednctlon in Mnslc BooUs.
Bertlnl Piano Method". $2 00 now ?0 50
Blake's Primary Piano 75 now 25
Petersllea Piano Method 3 00 now 50
Plaldy s Technical Studies,
American Fingering........ 1 25 now 25
Modern Dance Music 1 SO now 50
Gems of the Waltz 2 00 now 50
Classic and Romantic Series 1 25 now 60
Singers' Portfolio (boards).. 1 25 now 35
Young Vocalist Collection.. 1 25 now 35
"White's Collection Sacred... 1 50 now 60
Minstrel Sons (cloth) 1 25 now 35
Baritone Songs 1 50 now 60
Songs of Today 2 00 now 35
Blake's Reed Organ Method 1 00 now 50
"White's School for Organ... 2 50 now 1 00
Guitar Gems 1 25 now 65
Church Organist (cloth) 2 00 now 1 00
"Winner's Practical Flute.... 50 now 20
Mall orders, postage added.
GRAVES & CO.
General Music Dealers.
124 SIXTH STREET.
Expresses the Easy Manip
ulation of the
Any Child Can Operate Them.
Rcgmlar Price, 91.00,
OUR PRICE, 80c.
NO. 2 BROWNIE KODAK,
Regular Price, $2.00.
OUR PRICE, $1.60.
All Fliotojrraphlc Goods Cheap, Try
D. M. Averiil & Co.
The Curio Store, 331 Morrison St.
WHERE TO DINE.
Watch those .who patronize the Portland
Restaurant, 305 Washington. They know.
Turkey, goose or chicken dinner, at
popular prices. Number of other good
things at Strouse's restaurant, 229 Wash
ington, between First and Second.
The. best Sunday dinner served at
Strouse's Restaurant, at popular prices.
Turkey, goose, chicken a number of oth
er good things. 229 Washington, between
First and Second.
Watson's Restaurant will serve special
chicken dinner, price 25c. Open nights
until 1 A. M.
First-class French dinner, with wine,
50c; excellently cooked, 93 Fifth street.
SURPRISE FOR SMOKERS.
Large Havana Breva cigars, commonly
sold and good value at two for a quar
ter, our price 5 cents straight, while they
last. Cut-Rate Cigar and News Store,
291 Washington, Perkins Hotel building.
Fine line of Spring Oxfords. M. Billings,
Life Dlplomnn for Three.
SALEM. April 2C The State Board of
carmen. m$ . B fwtf
HAT PERFECTION is what we strive to give
you when you purchase from us. We handle
only the best hats and our assortments are by
far the largest. '
SOLE AGENTS FOR
YOUMAN and GORDON HATS
LARGEST CLOTHIERS IN
Education today Issued four life diplomas,
as follows: Olive Mabel Baltimore, of
Albany; Cora Cox Boslar, Hattie M. Cox ,
UUU ixlUUt."! IX. V.U1SUJI, Ul UCUU11UU. .hajo-j
Kate M. Storts. of Woodlawn, was
granted a state certificate.
Dr. Walter A. Rooers
Graduate of The A. T. Still. KIrksville.
School of Osteopathy.
Office G32-533-534 Mnrqunm Bldgr
Phone Main 27.
Dr. Gertrude L. Gates
Graduate of The Northern
Institute of Osteopathy.
With Dr. Rogers, except Tue.,
Thur. and Sat. mornings.
DR. I.. B. SMITH,
Of A. T. Still's School of Osteopathy. Klrlo
vllle. Mo. Oldest Oiteopath In Oregon. Fourth
year In Portland. Consultation free at fW
Oregonlan building. Call or write for literature
and references. Pljone Oalc 421. Lady assistant.
mK5wFoa stow oat mw
Cleans and bleaches the straw quickly,
easily and without the least harm to the
hands or hat. Send 23 cents, stamps accepted
for ono box, by mall. Originated and sold
WOODARD, CLARKE & CO.
Cancers and tumors and congested
glands of the breast treated by tne quiCK
est three to ten minutes process known;
no X-ray, electricity or knife: very littla
pain; cure permanentr 28 years' practice.
Be treated before too late. Kxamlnatlon
and consultation free. Registered physi
cian in charge. Many cancers on exhi
bition. Call or adaress.
J. L. BOHANNON CO.,
854 Corbett St., Portland.
Gammeloat, gedost and myeost; canned flsh
balls and meat balls, marlnerede and smoked
sardines, skim and boneless appetltslld, gaffel
blter anchovis. In cans and kegs; fine, fat
Norway mackerel; knackebrod and potato
flour; Western dry granulated sugar, $4.23
sack. A. O. BJelland, ICth and Northrop ats.
ST. HELEN'S HALL,
SCHOOL FOR GIRLS
Offers full academic and college preparatory
courses, as v. ell as thorough Primary and In
termediate Instruction. Music under the direc
Illustrated book of Information cent on ap
MISS ELEANOR TEBBETTS. Principal.
C. C. NEWCASTLE,
MARQUAM BUILDING, ROOM 301
THAT MEETS ALL EXPECTATIONS
Our Styles Are Distinct
Our Patterns Exclusive
STEINBACH'S AFFORDS SUPERIOR FACILITIES FOR
STYLISH DRESSERS, WHICH ARE APPROVED BY ALL
CLOSE FOLLOWERS OF CORRECT FASHION
In extensive assortments, and every garment conforming closely
to the exclusive tailor-made article the only difference is the
price in stylish well-made garments. Finest imported and domes
tic vicuna silk-mixture worsted and Scotch tweed suits. Imported
Covert and Globe Venetian top coats, lined throughout with
costliest pure-dye silks; every garment strictly hand made.
, 0 0
Knight Shoe Co. I
Fifth and Washington
Are doing all they can to
build up an immense chil
dren's trade. By helping
them you will save money.
Manufactured by STAR OIL WELti DRILL
ING MACHINE COMPANY. Aki-on. Ohio. Full
Information, etc. on application. H E. FOS
TER, Counsel and Gen. Agent. Pa"lflc Coa-Jt
Office. 406 Mutual Life bldg.. Seattle. HARRY
"WINTERS. City Agent. Hibernian bldg. Star
Drilling Machines are In opratlon In Oregon.
DR. SWAIN, Dentist,
Phone Brown 492, 713 Dekum Bldg.
k ? 1902
Salem Woolen Mills Store
85-87 THIRD STREET
Next door north of Chamber of Commerce' Bnlldins.
Men's fine imported Negligee Shirts for Spring,
in all the latest effects, cuffs attached or de
tached, newest patterns and colorings, hand
FOURTO AND MORRISON
309 Washington Street
3-Pound Can Pork and Beans, With To
4 Cans Alaska Salmon.
2 Bottles Snlder's Best Catsup.
Box No. 1 White or Yellow Macaroni
Pound Best Italian Prunes.
10 Pounds Good Petite Prunes.
100-Pound Sack Best Dry Granulated
Sack Good Valley Flour.
2 Cans Condensed Cream.
DR.O. C. BLANEY
Room 207 Alisky Bldg.
Third and Morrison streets.
Special attention given to tho treatment
of RHEUMATISM by th application of
OF MEN'S AND
It's the quality of the material and
the way that it's made, not the name
of the dealer or his location, that
makes a suit worth the price.
We don't claim that we are the only
dealer who has good values in men's
clothing, but we do claim to give you
the best values in the city for the
We show an exceptionally handsome
$14 $15 $16
These suits have hand-padded shoul
ders, hand-made button-holes and
perfect-fitting trousers. Remember,
they can only be found at the