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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PcNDLETON, OREGON, THURSDAY. AUGUST 4, 1904.
reflected from perfect teeth can
easily be destroyed by Improp
er dentifrices. There are many
preparations that will whiten
petti, but few that preserve the
enamel while they whiten.
stives teeth while It beautifies
them. It arrests decay, hardens J
the gums, remove discolors-
tions. sweetenB the breath
and stops there.
Price 25 cents. J
F. W. SCHMIDT J
EXCELS THE BEST
COMPARATIVE TES I S OF TWO
Clove Machine Is Pulled by Fourteen
Horses, and Operated at an Ex-,
pense of $17.50 per day The Dan
iel Best, of the Same Size, Is Pull-!
ed by Twenty Horses and Costs
$22.50 Per Day for the Same Num-j
ber of Acres Shutrum Field Where;
Both Are Working, Visited by Party!
From Pendleton Yesterday. '
The St. George.
Mrs. A. Walters. Walla "Walla.
W. Nelson, San Franclacn.
Mrs. S. Cooper. Portland.
Leon Butcher, Arlington.
James Luzurky New York.
J. L. Williams. Portland.
J. C. Lon organ. Seattle.
W. It. Froy. Seattle.
M. G. Frey. Seattle
Fred H. Brown. Colfax.
A. C. Smythe. Arlington.
lU'v C. U Downer. Chicago.
0. W. Harris Portland.
J. C. Draymer, Chicago.
J. C. Tremuell. Portland,
ltoy L. Freeman, San Frauclsco.
D. I Scott. San Francisco.
George C. Drown. New York.
J. C. Mills. Portland
M. H .Thomasou. San Francisco.
Jnmos Leslie. Seattle.
R. C. Cramer. Sac Francisco.
J. B. Senmore. Portland.
Phone Main S51
Five men were suffocated in a coal
mine at Sault Ste Marie. Wednesday.
The populists of Kansas are said
to be in favor of fusion wi j the dem-'
ot-rats in that state.
The jiostoffice at Lida. Nev.. a re
mote country town, was robbed by
two masked men Wednesday night,
the robbers securing $410.
A; Wasco. Texas, where the M. K.
& T. is tied up Ly the telegraphers'
strike, the company has used the long
distance 'phones to .ssue train orders. (
Benjamin F. Butler, a namesake
and grand nephew of the older But
ler of the same name, and a promi
nent writer, is dead at New York.
The Devils Lake Indian land will
be thrown open for registration and
settlement on August S Devil's Lake '
and Grand Forks are the registration '
The Russo-Chines uank at Nlu
Chwang. capitalised at 50.000,000 ru
bles, to finance Russian schemes Ik
Manchuria, has fallen Into the hands
of the Japanese.
The life preservers on the steamer '
Grand Republic have been found to
be as worthless as those on the Slo
cum and the boat Is under the ban
until the entire equipment is
The Duchess of Marlborough fell
from her hore in Blenheim Park.
near London, Wednesday, and sus
tained a bad scare, if nothing worse.
It is said that a heel was pulled off
her shoe and one glo.-e ripped. The '
attending physician thinks she will
Division No. So of the Telegra
phers' Union, includes all of the '
Southern and Central Pacific lines,
the O. R. & X. system and that por-'
tion-of the Union Pacific as far east
as Green river, being the largest dl-'
vision in he United States. It is j
under the management of W. E. i
Davidson, of Oakland. i
Side by aide in the Shutrum wheat
field nurth of Pendleton, two eombin-;
ed harvester arc now running, a Dan-:
iel Beat, mnnufticiured at Stockton,'
Cal.. and a Rleby-Oove. nmuufactur- j
ed in this city '
Yesterday a puny of Pendletou bus j
inetss men. accompanied by represon i
tatives oi the preu. visited the field
and witnessed the bit machines in j
The wheat where the machines are .
working Is averaging abou. 35 bush-1
els to the ncre. one machine is fol-j
lowing the other around the field and
the comparative tent of the work of '
the' two mncmiies could thus be falr-j
ly and honestly made. i
Both machines are 12-foot cut. the
Best machine Is pulled by 20 mules, I
and is operated by four men, at an I
expense of about $2!.5o per day. and I
is cutting about 16 acres per day. The
work done by the Best machine in '
this field is not up to the standard, as
many unhutled grains of wheat, or!
"whitecaps." as they are called, are
left in the threshed grain and many)
of the small headscarf blown over, i
and not threshed at all.
The Best machine has a dull rum-.
bling. choked sound, and seems much '
more clumsy and cumbersome, as it ,
must necessarily be, with 20 horses
or mules attached, and was moving,
very slowly, in order to allow It to 1
thresh 35-bushel of wheat satisfac-I
The Rigby-Clove machine is a 12
foot cut also, was pulled by 14 horses,
no larger nor letter that) those on the
Best machine, was operated by three J
men, and has the clear, ringing, hum '
of a threshing machine, and was do-!
ing its work well, at a higher speed.
wlih less help, with six horses less. '
and under the same conditions. The j
Ulgby-CIove machine is being oper
ated at an expense of J17.rn per day. J
is cutting the same amount of grain. :
and is threshing It dean and taking;
it all out of the straw.
The teams on the Rigby-Clove were '
working no harder than those on the j
Best, and in fact not seemingly so '
hard, and the reason h plain to see. '
T I . 1 I ! - r I I . 1 ,
i iic uutt macuiue is rigged iurougn-i
The Hotel Bickers.
R. B. Gllbreth, The Dalles.
J. AV. Becker, city.
Tas.sey Stewart. Milton.
George B. McDonald. Seattle.
H. W. Roberts. Spokane.
R. M. Mellon. Milton
Charles Glngles. Baker City.
W. McKelm. Portland.
Frank Buekert. Portland.
Joe Allen. Seattle.
Cliff Esberg. Seattle.
John Stramberg. Seattle.
W. X. Kendall. Portland.
C. Mooros. Salem.
R. L. Lnrgn. Seattle.
S. A. Frans. Spokane.
Jnmes A. Hedger. Marysvllle.
II. R. McLain. city.
F. H. Norwood. Pasadena.
AV. B. Steward. La Grande.
Mrs. W. R. Steward. La Grand.
Frank Maynord. Porland.
Mrs. Frank Maynord. Porland.
Thomas Kee.er. Ridge.
Gyl R. Cohort. Weston.
H. V Line Portlnnd.
THIS WEEK AT
From Saturday, June 30, to Saturday, August 6
Buy n man's dress shirt and get a sill; tie FREE.
Buy a pair of shoes and get a pair of hose FREE.
BuV a shirt waist and got fancy collar or ribbon .FREE
Buy a skirt and get a belt FREE.
Buy a child's dress and get n ribbon FREE.
Buy a suits of clothes and get a good hat FREE.
Buy a pair of pants and get suspendors FREE.
Buy $3.00 worth of dry goods and got, FREE, any toilet article In
case worth DOc.
AUGUST 6SATURDAY SPECIALSAUGUST 6
House lining, good grade 41
Good muslin, 7c grade, 10 yards for 1
Ladles' wrappers 20 Per cent off regular 'nrlce
Men's 50c and COc dross shirts, for one day
Misses' and children's shoos, good and strong, sizes S to 2, only'goe'nau
STRAW HATS AT HALF PRICE. pa,r
T J ez;
AS TO NICKNAMES.
BURNING A WIDOW.
William Maher. Portland.
M Smith. Portland.
E. Nelson. Weston.
K. Privet. Seattle.
D Xewton, San Francisco.
X. Eates. Walla Walla.
P. Young. Portland.
H. Van Patten. Dayton.
F. Felcher. Starhuck.
E. Long Starbuck.
Glen Wmslow. city.
J. Fred Fisher. Spokane.
J. Q. Williams, ami Francisco.
W. I). Marks. Spokane.
William McFaddlu. Portland.
W. HAT Wallace Portland.
R. J Buddy. Athena.
J. M. Barrister. Athena.
G. 3. Youngmau. Portland
B. Coman. Por .and.
C. Gerhnri. San Francisco.
E .Hall. Portland.
STORY OF A SPOON.
is made ,
In 1SS1 Mrs. R. C. Ward of this
place was residing in Dayton, Wash.
She owned a sot of silver teaspoons
...I.: 1. ... I
wiuuu were iiiuue iu uiuvi m jooi iui i , , , , ' , .. m.
her. at Owego. X. Y. The set belong. ! "lt "," tUwb a T, 1,1
An epidemic of house breaking Is
now raging at Astoria.
L. Pardoo, a logger, was killed by
a falling tree near Eugene. Wednes
day A vein of coal has been found in
Clackamas county near the fish
Motor boats wni soon be furnish
ed the life saving crews on the Pa
The number of school children in
Benton county has decreased 57 in
the past year.
All the fish wheels and boats are
busy with a heavy run of salmon on
the Lower Columbia.
Joe, the 15-year-old son of J. B.
Kester. of Eugene, wbb drowned Wed
nesday in the Willamette.
A fire in the ordnance bouse at
Fort Stevens, destroyed about $50,000
worth of property. Wednesday morn
ing. The plant of the Xapa Valley Pack
ing Company was destroyed by fire
Wednesday morning, loss about 175,
000. William West, a w.ell known citizen,
was crushed to death between a
thresher and traction engine near
William Brinkman, marshal of Fort
Benton, Mont., suicided by shooting
himself in the head with a 3S-Smith
& Wesson. Financial difficulties the
out with roller bearings, has no rt- One of a Souvenir Set Found After 14
cleaning gear. which
the draft, largely, is more
and closely constructed and
Surprise was expressed by those
witnessing the work or (he two ma
chines and it was the unanimous ver-, t(, to a , eqnivmmi of solid silver-1 wl,kl' ,m,,' '''""T ' her buir
diet that the Pendleton machine was ,.,,, ..-,. .,k t..,i ,.m,i , short. Her younger slstrr said she was
much more satisfactory from the vvtn 'tne name "R C Ward " They i '"10 ,M1.V "f family. the duinty .
lolnt of expense, and the work done.!lalj at tne ,mt, of the residence or 1 ""ly- l- still called by that absurd ;
beside being more easily handled and! ,,lr fanllIv in Dayton, been in her pos- i mime !
managed with the smaller number of , jt8S;on 3:! years. "An en"eiiiiiiule limn wax once eall.tl j
horses. 1 During their residence in Dayton, i 'Viola' by 0:1c of the boys in the otlice. '
. , . s . v machine .eq"lIT i am! 14 years ngo this summer, one of ami now we know liiiu by nothing el-'.
peu iui a novel anu simple siue mil , tt,,. 1mR,un -nc mkwd n,i ,..mll
b.-ui, wiuuu is uiraieu oj me unver not ,t. found, under
from his seat. It elevates the grain j which indicated that
eunny. mresnes it wrii nnu id, niti-i .i. .1 1. ...... i "
mB. 1 (mm r. T ;. .: '"'" luuuf" "UR uul ",uu" wptl the new mime nou
- - ' j iHiiiie u turn enrui.
less than that of the Best machine. Abo,u a month aK. an(j u year8
There are three Rigby-Clove ma- after the disappearance of the spoon
chines now at work, the one on the a, Dayton, a man living on West Bluff
Shutrum place, one at Ueorge Perrin-1 Htreet. in this place, brought into
ger's and one in Sherman county. J Ilall,h Ward's store a tarnished sll-
Mayor W F. Matlock, who aceom-j ver teaspoon with the name MR. C.
panieu me party, and wno una never , Ward" and asked if that was tho
Given Often for Absurd Reasons, and The Story of a Witness of This Cruel
1 had the opportunity of seeing a
young widow bum herself by the side
of her deceased husband. The funeral '
pile was nbout ten feet high. In tho '
middle of the pile Iny her deceased bus- ,
baud, nu old and miserable looking
man. The devoted victim was a young
creature nbout seventeen, dressed In I
white, with all her jewels on. There
was n confused noise of singing and
shouting, intermixed with the sound or 1
tomtoms and at intervals the hollow
and sonorous sound of gongs mid trum-1
pets. The priests and her f rietuN crowd
ed round her, nil speaking to her at
once, apparently to distract her atten
tion nnd to prevent her shrinking at the
I.Tst moment from sacrificing herself.
There was n small tank of water
close to the funeral pile. They led her
to this. I was very near her when I
nw her quietly takt the jewel- from
her ears, her nose, uncluxp her gold
bracelets ns well as the bungle from
her ankles and every ornament she had
on. which wore received by her rela
tion". She then stopped into the water, dl-
' vested lwrelf of her clothes or pure
! white and replaced them with clothes
, of 11 yellow color. She then performed
I ber ablutions, came out of the water
1 nnd. unassisted, walked three time!"
1 round the pile, followed by the prieits
mid her friends, who nt this period up
j peared to lo more urgent mid loud In
their discourse to her to distract her
1 attention. She then, unassisted, mounted
I the pile, laid henelr down by the side
j or her husband 11ml put his head under
her itrm, turning herself toward hint.
' Then they sprinkled large quantities
1 of oil mid straw on the pile. The fa
tal fire wus then applied, and amid
loud shouts and while the lire reached
her I distinctly henrd her utter the
words "Xirvn! Xlrva:"
1 was very near her during the dif
ferent parts of tin' ceremony and could
have saved her life ly merely touching
her. us she would then have been de
nied and would not bine been permit
ted to have the honor of sacrificing her
But in saving her life
Generally They Stick.
"Wniiderlnl bow 11:1111".- stick to n
iHr-iii." fnl the oliMS-vnnt n.nti.
"There were two nlev little women i"
our village who ealiie on us one even
Ins. nnd we offered them p.TW'ore
which the children had Just brought
In from the kltcheu. They refused,
but not mi emphatically ns to keep us
from glvlug them two heaplut; plates
ef the corn. We kept refilling tin-plate-
and they kept ininehing nil the
evening. There wus soiuellilns mi f iinnj
nbest It that 1 rallwl them 'The Pv
coin ljidie-.' nnd thr nnuie hat. stuck j
to theiu so that the whole village know-
tlHMii by it-
"1 once knew a man who talked 111
ii-snntly In n high pitched voice, mid
n Vright girl tlubhed him 'The Chlrper " j
The name was quickly pned around
among the young people, mid now the ;
greater part of his friends know him j
by that name. A dignified young wnui- 1
au of my iii-qtuiliitimce goes by tin- ,
mime of -Whont' to this day bemuse
when she was a little girl she used to
cull herself 'Mrs. Wliouf when she
played grownup ladle, mid the family j
picked It up. She "Imply enn't shake :
the absurd name. ',
"More than one red hatred man is
known by the nmue of 'Pink' and phil
osophically accepts the title. I have nu
acquaintance who holds a responsible
lnsitiou who Is known by the name of
'Iotty.' It sinis that me day 11
chievous fcirl discovered that he hud
three prominent dimples, she promptly
dubbed him 'Dotty Dimple,' and now
he is known to till his tivoelutcs as
Dotty.' Another man of my acquaint
ance is always called 'Bluebeard' be
cause be has such 11 white and thin
skin that If lie doe not shave dally his
beard shows blue through it. That
name, too, came through 11 womau's
"In a certain household h very fem
inine little woman Is still called The
I!ov' Ihh.huc when she wus a young
GLASSES THAT DO X0T ml
ure mucn worse tnan tone il 0
when the eyes are weak.
glasses will be absolutely coaa, 1
;o cnarge is made here for tefi
the sight and very little for na
SPECTACLES OR EYEGUSSIsI
lor reading or general pnrposet
e carry a iun line of mid a
cle sand eyeglasses. Prices are rd
Jeweler and Optician
-w,. ts- -
clmnce ot Mutz torn to nlewH. nnd t
certnlnlv shmiM Imvo bveu broutfut to
I r cfiiirt martial for difiobedlonct of or-
1 .1 . .., t.. lr.i dill I'D
.11 .... I.. 1 If .J. i llt'I!. i 111 JJlIJilll!! Ill IIIW-M-
aiiuun'i tint- n mv - ,
circumstances' nluays called 'Chesty,' and. though lie
it had been ,.t ainrrv at llrst. be has cheerfully a-
wct strictly forbidden to methlie witu
the customs and prejudices of the niu
tlvcs. ;eorg EbeiV "Meuioirs."
MEETING AN AUTHOR.
seen a Rigby-Clove comulned harves
ter working before, expressed great
surprise at the difference in the num
ber of horses required to pull the
two machines of the same size.
If you want to buy wheat land, a
stock ranch, town property, vacant
lots or anything In the real estate
line, juat drop In and see us,
E. T. WADE & SON.
Office In E. 0. Building, Pendleton,
Or. 'Phone Black 1111.
End of Bitter Fight.
"Two physicians had a long and
stubborn fight with an abcess on my
right lung," writes J. F. Hughes of
DuPont. Ga., "and gav.c me up. Every
body thought my time had come. As
a last resort I tried Dr. King's Xew
Discovery for Consumption. The ben
efit I received was striking and I
was on my feet in a few days. Xow
I've entirely regained my health." It
conquers all coughs, colds and throat
and lung troubles. Guaranteed by
Tallman & Co.'s drug store. Price
50c and $1.00. Trial bottles free.
Fischer Company's Clever Work.
"Mother and ton" was the bill nt
the Frazer theater last night. Miss
Margarita Fischer and her company
presented a good play and In a man
ner that met with the approval of the
audience- The nschers will tonight
present "Divorced. It is the Inten
tion of the Fischer company to re
turn to Pendleton later In the season.
Houses this week have been very
small, but notwithstanding the dis
couragement tho actors have striven
to please, and have been successful.
$7000 School House.
Fairfield, Wash., August 4. -A force
of men and teams Is at work hauling
rock for tho foundation of tho new
$7000 school building being erected by
tho Fairfield district.
Range to lease and can locate
some good range and water. Address
box 44, La Grande. Or
name of Mr. Ward's mother. Mr.
Ward and other members of the rami-
ly at once identified the sikkjii as the j
one lost at Dayton, and when It was ,
taken to Mrs. Ward she recognized It '
also. It Is. In fact, the lost spoon.
The gentleman who brought the!
spoon to Mr. Ward found It lying in :
the dirt In the backyard of his home
on West Bluff He recognized the
name and thought likely the Wards
had at one time occupied the premises
and that the spoon belonged to them.
The ownership was easily determined,
bnl the Wards never llv.ed on that
property, and besides had not seen
the spoon since it disappeared at
Dayton 14 years ago.
Robert Barrs Visit to His Friend
Captain Mayne Reld.
....oert ltarr. the author, told with
lee how Captain Muyne Reld, who was
friend of his, came to London and
Dr. Swallow's Campaign Tour.
Harrisburg. Pa., August 4. Rev.
Dr. Silas C. Swallow, prohibition can
didate for president, has about com
pleted plans for an .elaborate cam
paign tour in the interest of his can
didacy. Early next month he will
start on a trip in a special car, accom
panied by five speakers and a male
quartet, and will visit the capitals and
principal large cities of 30 states. He
says he will be disappointed if he
does not poll a larger vote than was
ever cast for a prohibition nominee
The Death Penalty.
A little thing sometimes results In
death. Thus a mere scratch, insig
nificant cuts or puny boils have paid
the death penalty. It Is wise to have
Bucklen's Arnica Salvo over handy.
It's the best salve on earth and will
prevont fatality, when burns, sores,
ulcers and plies threaten. Only 25c
at Tallman & Co.'s drug store.
Notice of Settlement.
Those having outstanding accounts
with the late Arthur E. Haynle, are
Notice, 1 requested to call on mo for Iramodl-
Billy Leathers express wagon Is 1 ate settlement at Oliver's grocery
now at Howard's cigar store. 'Phone ' store Iu Pendleton,
main 2841. Bosldence, red 333. I W. E. HAYNIB.
Our iHxikkeeper is always putting iu
Ills our when It Is not at all necessary, t
and 1 think now he will be kuown un
til the eiifl of time as 'General Butts.' I
A friend of mine who is always, culled
't'lieerfill' di not know whether be is j
called that Itecaui-e his friends. U-iieve
I... .. ..l..u...f.tl .lt...wltl..,i H,-i ' A
they consider him a cheerful Idiot. But. u M,..U,.rr .. T
at any rate, he cu't rf.nke tlue name." nrtl to call on Reld Uc did not
-Milwaukee Sentinel. know the street and. asking a bus man
I if Ids vehicle passed such and such a
Vermont Bar Association. i U'f " dld: Id.u
. .... . . .1 course he came upon the street In ul
Burlington U.. August 4 -Several fc Muyuo Beid said he hud taken .
the Vermont Bar Association In ses-l l,,u,t "e had a delightful garden ami a
slon here. A business meeting w hteU wall. "Vt hen I got down from the
hold this afternoon, followed by a bus," says Mr. Burr, "I found that the
visit to the military post. This eve-! lonier Iioum; hud a high wall and
nine Justice Ilrewer will address the doubtless behind it a delightful garden.
association. Ex-Senator Edmunds and I which uusweied erfectly the desorip- ( f
several other men of national promt-, tluu which Csplniu Mayue Reld bail ;
nence arc also expected to take part given inc.
In the meeting. Tomorrow's program i "I said to a pollceuieu, because 1
will be devoted to an entertainment, wanted to be sure, 'Could you tell me
the chief feature being an excursion j w ilcre jir. Held lives? Aud he au
to Fort Tlconderogn, with the annual ' wcreU,'.Do you mean Mr. Reld, the au
banquet on board the boot U)ory AnU , reviicii, 'Yes.' So the po-
llcemnn polntttl to the premises 1 had
Big Missionary Conference. already selected ns the resident of my
menu, mereiore i weui turuuKii lc
-KNOCKED THE STUFFING 0
null hrfik, lr .ft to sDllnters. wj M
beeu th fa e oi your carriaj -M
lr iik run into by sometiilf;
"there is balm in Gllead; or ttetj
i.tensnre In knowing that lnOSUl
vou can have it maae guuu i
1 stood the v do all kinds of carriage reps
..ml lilnrkRmlth ne In a 6UI- 1
mmerior manner Wo set tlw rim
IiviIraiiHr nressiire. does it
.."... ii ...i.iiu vnu xL-ait does DO!"
UUCa II " 1 1 . n - .
.... i-fiwi. vnur wheels and M
i... uc, ..r'lho rlc. Call and sl
lilt ui - D" ... TT.rB
work. We have Wlnn
Hacks and Buggies, and Stoterw
Richfield Springs, X. Y August 4,
Tho American Missionary Congress
of the Protestant Episcopal church,
which opened here today for a session
of 10 days, has attracted a notable
gathering of churchmen. Representa
tives of various Episcopal societies
are present from the New England
states, the Central Western states
and the Southern states as far as
' .... ...l.l...... n mn r. 1 1 if, liell lit
( Kmc nuuuui iihi .,.. . - -
, the residence, which stood some din-
I tance back in the garden. I was ad
mitted and asked If Mr. Keid was at
home. I was told that he was aud was
shown Into a room on the left band
side of the passage. Waiting there
some time, un old. slippered mnn came
' in, whom I did not recognbse.
Do you wish to see me';' he asked.
Vinrinia. Tho conerens will dlRensn
21 V niti i l 1 , 1 UOJUll WISH IU Wt IW.-I uo-v.
mothods of Bible study, missionary 1 i riM1, , . .i.i, n,i n-nlied. 'I
ZyTL-.??!! J?.5e; ve called to see Captain Mayne Reld.'
I beg your pardon,' he said very frigid
ly. I am Charles Reade.' with -which
he turned his back upon roe and left
me there alone. Thut was the only time
I had the pleasure of meeting one of
England's greatest authors. Captain
matters of general Interest to chip-ch
Knights of the Golden Eagle.
Calumet, Mich., August 4. The
Michigan Grand Castle of tho Knights
of tho Golden Eagle began Us annual Mnyne Bold had taken a corner house
sosslon in Calumet today. Represen-1 j 8trect of the snme name In Malda
tatlye members of the order are In at-1 Vn gome ,uUcg from wliere Mr.
tonuanco irom many parts oi tne f.,,nrlMI nMU,0 utwi .lnrlnc his last
state. The reports of the several of
ficers show the Michigan branch of;
Per set. J5.00 gold troM
...... m, at:
J-I.UU; Sliver uiiiuft.
We are UMKOUgtalr
with all modern metliodi
worK to ue ui -7 ..-rf
dard, and our P
ei.nsistent with firtt-clM
Phone Main 1M-
j The CokmWa
5 Well venUlated,neti4!
fortable rooms, gooa -j
F. X. SCHEHPP
fleers show the Michigan branch of " .... AT THE .i3B
the organization to bo in a flourish-1 Tho deposition of King Otto of Ba-, FOB jjgt Ww
Ing condition as regards both mom- varla bocause of Insanity is looked for Unne orer 400bnS
borshln and finances. nosslbh- this vear. rd for 23 cent
possibly this year.