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OF THE WEEK
AIRSHIP CROSSINO ATLANTIC
HURRICANE SWEEPS FLORIDA
Sea Rushes Over Walls and
Walter Wellman and Crew Make Sen
j I j
Atlantic City, N. J., Oct. 17. Sail
over the Atlantic ocean a few minutes
after 8 o'clock thia morning. Walter
Doings of the World at Large
Students at O. A. C. IOII. and a Pos
Wellman, with a crew of five mon, is Big Clement-Bayard Dirigible
Poultry. Says Expert.
sibility of 2000.
tonight believed to lie on an epoch-
Told in Brief.
Makes Splendid Flight
Corvallis The attendance at Oregon
Medford Manager Malboeuf, of the making voyage to Europe in the huge
Agricultural college has increased
Numerous wireless messages wort*
twenty-four per cent over that of last of a letter from James Dryden, profes
General Resume of Important Events
sor of chicken husbandry at Oregon received during the day, ami the latest Currias Sevan Mun From Compeigna,
Agricultural college, in which the pro indicated that Wellman is tonight sail
Presented In Condensed Form
France, to London, In Six Hours
They are registered fessor lauds the climate and aoil of the ing through tho darkness off the New
for Our Busy Readers.
from every county in Oregon, eighteen Rogue river valley from the chicken York coast.
The men making tho flight are Wal
states of the Union, and eight foreign raising point of view, snd urges that
more enter the field of production, ter Wellman, commander; Melvin Van
A German aeronaut is leading in the
countries. Benton county leads the The letter in part is as follows:
l-ondon Another chapter was added
iman, chief engineer and next in com
international balloon race.
4« 1 know of no place in the United mand; F. Murray Simmons, navigator; to the history of aviation when the
list with 174 students, and Multnomah
Hurricane sweeps Florida, causing
comes next with 127.
Linn county States that is more favorable in a cli J. K. Irwin, wireless operator; John French dirigible balloon, ('lenient-
heavy property loss and many casual-
sends 39, Marion 36, Lane 34. Douglas matic way for the raising of jxiultry Aul>ert ami Alliert Louis Ixiud, assist Bayard, made the voyage from Com-
33. Washington 28, Yamhill 43, Jack- than the Rogue river valley. You ant engineers.
have no extremes of temperature, a
The start of the America waa one of picgiio to London in the remarkable
A woman has been arrested as an
son 25, Clackamas 21, Clatsop 18, modern tv rainfall, little snow and the moat dramatic momenta ever oc lime of six hours, a journey requiring
accessory in the Los Angeles Times
Umatilla 17, Polk 20, Lincoln 15 and abundant sunshine. You have all the curring here.
Roundly criticised by seven hours by the fastest express
natural advantages of soil and climate. people who did not tielieve that he trains a/id Ixiata.
other counties from 2 to 14.
Cumpelgne la 45
Roosevelt did some “explaining” in
Students have come to the college Poultry may be successfully kept in would ever undertake what waa miles northeast of Faris ami ataiut 195
his political speeches and his friends
this fall from 23 colleges nnd univer orchards, and there are advantages of thought to tie a foolhardy venture, miles by air route to London.
fear he is losing ground.
It waa the first occasion on which a
sities located in all parts of the world. such combination, but you have large Wellman startled the whole island by
At a banquet given in Chicago to
They come from such institutions as tracts outside of your orchard land that bringing the America out of the dirigible balloon has crossed the Eng
steel magnates, it is estimated that
the universities of Michigan, Wiscon
lish channel. The over water trip oc
seven billions of wealth was represent
cupied 45 minutes.
sin, Minnesota and Columbia, and from now, that might tie devoted to poultry into the air.
For the last 30 days tho public hail 1 The Clement Bayard, with a crew of
the Agricultural colleges of Michigan, raising. I have in mind a farm of 120
acres, too poor for crop, that is pro expectantly awaited some move from ' six, left C-onqielgne at 7:15 o'clock
A donkey engine set fire to the new
man from India who has degrees from during over $10,000 a year in poultry the intrepid crow. Day after day it Sunday morning and reached Ixmdon
Madison street bridge in Portland and
the schools of India and the University and eggs, and the same thing could be waa announced that a trial flight would at utaiut 1:15 in the afternoon, making
caused considerable damage.
Edinburg, Scotland, has registered done on waste land in Southern Oregon be made ns soon as conditions were 1 tiic trip without a stop.
bridge is not yet finished.
conditions were perfect and the lug
here in order to get special work in that has practically no market value perfect.
Walter Wellman and his crew of five
horticulture. Dean Cordley, of the
airship traveled with a alight breeze
men were forced to abandon their air
school of agriculture, reports an ex for the Portland Commercial club on final decision to go up waa made by lx hnid. The ta-hnvior of the dirigible
All night was splendid and the 440 horsepower
ship, en route to Europe from Amer
ceptional growth in that work, ile poultry raising in Oregon, which I be Chief Engineer Vaniman.
In this I he watched at the weather bureau, ami motor worked to perfection
ica, and were rescued by a passing
states that the Freshman class has in lieve is now being printed.
creased 63 per cent; thejunior class 50 refer to conditions in Southern Oregon, as dawn broke he decided. Rushing sengers experienced no discomfort and
were only troubled by the mist in
per cent; the Senior class 90 per cent;
A Tacoma man has just celebrated
special students 50 per cent and grad that you can use to advantage in your Vaniman called Wellman on the tele crossing the English channel.
his 100th birthday.
He is in good
phone at the Hotel Chalfont«, and no
uate students 100 per cent.
There waa nothing to interrupt the
health. He can trace his ancestry di
tified him that the time to start had smooth, swinging motion of the bal
rectly back to Sir Thomas Cox, first
tendance President Kerr said: “lam
loon, which averaged 33 miles an hour.
lord mayor of Cork, Ireland.
With everything ready for the Worth An altitude varying from 300 to 700
Salem — Registration for the law
convinced that the total registration
In a practical test on a sample Ore-
for the year will reach 1,800 and |xiasi- school of Willamette university will be "Let go,” the crew climbed into the feet was maintained, ami all along tho
gon ballot, one man required 15 min-
route over the land the aeronauts
bly 2,000. I am particularly impressed much larger than it was last year, ac car hanging from the balloon.
The final "good-byes'* were said to were cheered by thousands of specta
utes to mark his ballot, and fear is ex
by the large growth in the school of cording to Dean Charles L. McNary of
pressed that many will be unable to WELLMAN AIRSHIP LOST;
agriculture and in the great numt>er that school. Students have registered wives, relatives and friends nnd the tors.
get into the voting places at the com
The balloon made a safe and easy
of graduate and special students who from Massachusetts, North Dakota. last word to the ground was given.
CREW SAVED BY STEAMER are coming to us from other institu Minnesota and Nevada. All of last On the board walk and the lieach landing at Wormwood Scrubs.
year's faculty will be retained with
The dirigible carried M. Clement,
Willard Stephen Whitmore, inventor
the addition of Roy F. Shields, who ntxiut 6,000. The crowd stood in awe of the Clement-Bayard firm, in com
of the papier mache matrix for mak
New York—The New York Times
will have charge of instruction in the as the airship began to rise and sail in mand; Baudvry and Leprince, steers
ing stereotype printing plates, is dead. received a wireless saying that Walter
BIG SUM SECURED.
department of sales.
It is probable the fog. Then cheer after cheer fol men; Hcbatier, engineer and designer;
He received no benefit from his inven Wellman and his companions aboard
lowed when the craft began to disa;i- two mechanics, and Arthur Philip Du-
tion, although it is now in use in every the airship that started to fly from State Land AKe nt’s Sales for T wo that the registration will go over 50.
pear in the mist. Within five minutes 1 Cros, members of the British parlia
civilized country in the world.
America to Europe were rescued by
Years Bring S629.697.
Build Big Wool Warehouse.
the ship was out of sight.
ment. representing the British parlia
The political situation in Iowa is so
Robert Miller, one of the wireless mentary aerial defense committee.
Lakeview Work has commenced on
News of the rescue came by wireless
Salem—Peter Applegate, state land
complicated that both parties are wor-
from Captain Dow-ns, of the Trent, in agent, has submitted his first letter of the big warehouse for the Lakeview the America, but it wan not until Only these seven were aboard, al
a message which read:
transmittal to Governor Benson and in Wool Storage company. The building 11:15 a. m. that there was a response. though the airship can a<-comin<xlate
Julia Ward Howe, authoress and
“At 5 o'clock this morning we it is shown that gross sales during the is located directly west of the high Then out of the air came tills message, 39 paMegneni in addition to the crew.
The course was by way of Amiens,
philanthropist, is dead at the age of 91 sighted Wellman’s airship America time covered by his report, October 1, school grounds, and will be 73x100 feet
the first ever sent from an airship at Abbeville atnd Boulogne, and the bal
They signalled by the 1908, to October 12, 1910, amounted to in sice. It will have a capacity of 1,- sea:
000,000 fiounde. The building will be
loon was steered readily with the aid
William Vaughn Moody, noted play Morse code that help was required.
“Headed northeast; all well on of u compass.
so arranged that every sack of Wool
wright and author of “The Great Di
that is stored can be inspected by the lioard; machinery working fine. Good
The aeronauts experienced some
with fresh winds blowing we picked lows:
vide,” is dead.
trouble with the varying air currents.
up Wellman and the entire crew and
"At the time I 'took charge of the intending purchaser, and buyers will
The Portland Railway, Light & Pow the cat All are now safe aboard the office of state land ager.t the price for then be able to make an intellegent
¡On this account they circled St. Paul's
er company declared a dividend of Trent. All are well.
SENATOR DOLLIVER, IOWA,
and the Tower bridge twice, dipped
The America which the state selected indemnity offer.
$650,000 in one year.
several times nnd flew close to the tops
was abandoned in latitude 35:43 north, lands was $8.75 per acre. This price
DIES OE HEART FAILURE of buildings. They passed over the
was advanced on October 12, 1909, to
No recount of the census of Portland longitude 68:18 west."
houses of parliament and along to
This point is east of Cape Hatteras, $10 per acre; on February 4, 1910, to
has been ordered, and none is contem
Fort Dodge, la., Oct 17. Senator Hyde park, where there waa a wild
and half way to Bermuda.
$13 per acre, and on April 12, 1910, to
plated by the census officials.
88c; club, 83c; red Russian, 82 ‘-»c; Jonathan P. Dolliver died at his resi scramble of spectators.
The cat referred to was the Amer the present price of $15 per acre.
A general rain and wind storm on ica's mascot, placed aboard by Mrs.
dence here nt 7:30 o'clock last night,
The dirigible landed safely after de
“The state pays filing, advertising valley, 87c; 4o-fold, 85c.
the Gulf struck Havana and caused Vaniman, wife of the chief engineer of and other fees incidental to indemnity
Barley Feed, $21.5061.22 per ton; while an attending physician, Dr. E. scribing large descending circles.
immense loss of life and property.
M. Van Patton, waa examining his
the airship. Captain Downs gave no selections whenever the selection is for brewing. $23.
260 MILE FLIGHT MADE.
Millxtuffs Bran, $25 per ton; mid heart with a ntetbosco|ie.
New York art dealers arrested for other particulars.
ten acres or over. Where a sei-ction
undervaluing imports, claim that they
is for less than ten acres, the applicant
of stomach trouble, which affected his Aviators, With Passengers. Go From
more often overvalue their goods, as
pays the fees. The amount of these $24.506/25.50.
BALLOONS MAKE GOOD TIME
Hay—Track prices: Timothy, Wil heart. His physician announced that
they can then sell them for more.
Paris Io Brussels.
fees paid by the Btate during the per
lamette valley, $496/20 per ton; East death waa directly due to dilation of
Paris Henry Wynmalen. the Dutch
The railroad strike in France has German in Lead, With Four Others iod covered by this report is $7,307.87, ern Oregon, $216/22; alfalfa, new, the heart.
a cost of about 11 cents per acre on
been called off and the employes grant
Mr. Dolliver hud so far recovered 1 aviator, and holder of the world's alti
the 65,850.77 acres selected during $156/16; grain hay, $14.
ed a substantial raise. Paris was com
strength as to be able to walk tude record, and M. LcGagneux, the
St. Louis, Oct. 19. — Heading this period.
pletely terrorized by the use of bombs.
about his lawn. He ba>l been up all French aviator, each with a passenger,
straight for Ontario, across the Great
Green Fruits—Apples, new. 60c6( day, and at night entered his sitting made remarkable trips in biplanes
An auto struck a go-cart in Spokane Lakes, along the best balloon route in per acre.
per box; ;iearx, $16/2; peaches, room for the daily consultation with from Paris to Brussels. They started
and smashed it to splinters, but the America, Captain von Abercron, the
15,020.35 acres were sold at $10 per
an hour and a half apart. In an attempt
per crate; grapes, 75c6/$1.25 his physician.
baby was snatched from the cart by its famous German pilot, with his balloon, acre.
The senator informed Dr. VanPatton to win the $30,000 offered by the Auto
mother and escaped without a scratch. Germania, is believed to be leading in
4.968.89 acres were sold at $13 ¡ier per box, 15c per basket; cranberries,
$8.106/9.50 per barrel; huckleberries, that he waa feeling much improved and club and the $5,000 offered by the mu
The first arrest has been made for the international race for the James acre.
per pound; quinces, $16/1.25 per that he believed he had about recover nicipality of Paris for a successful
2.177.89 acres were sold at $15 per
setting fores fires. William Longfel Gordon Bennett cup, which started
ed his normal strength. Dr. VanPat flight with a passenger to Brussels and
low was captured by California officers from this city late yesterday afternoon. acre.
Vegetables - Beans, 36/5c per pound; ton cautioned him about becoming anx return.
Somewhere within the radius of 100
for setting fire in the Klamath reserve.
Wynmalen, after reaching the Bel
cabbage, l^c; cauliflower, 50c6/,$1.25 ious to resume his work and then be
gian capital, left almost immediately
A thoroughbred prize-winning bull miles, over Lake Huron, dispatches in
“There are about 47,000 acres of
dog in Spokane gave a fire alarm by dicate that the America II. the Swiss land still on hand to dispose of, which 15c; cucumbers, 256/.40c per box; egg- the senator wax seated in a large Mor on the return trip and arrived safely in
the evening at St. Quentin.
persistent barking and what might
is being used as base by the state at plant. $1641.25 per crate; garlic, 86/ ris chair. The physician wax counting neux decided to stop for the night in
have been a serious conflagration was de France and the German Hamburg $15 per acre.
!0c per pound; green onions, 15c per the beats of the senator's heart out
III and Dusseldorf II are keeping close
dozen; peppers, 6c per pound; pump loud. He was frequently interrupted Brunsels and will start for Paris early
company with the leader.
kins, 1 >4e;'radishes, 156/.20c per doz by Mr. Dolliver with the declaration in the morning.
The steam schooner Santa Monica,
H. E. Honeywell, in the St. Louis
Apple Market Sought.
The distance lietween the two points
sprouts, 76/8c; squash, 1 '4c per that he waa unable to hear his own
with about 40 passengers on board, No. 4, landed tonight near Hillman,
. is ataiut 170 miles as the crow flies,
Commercial exploitation of Oregon's pound: tomatoes, 1(6/.50c |>er box; heart.
was picked up helpless at sea and Mich. They had run out of ballast. famous apples will be started at once
2 The physician xuddently noticed that and the distance between Brussels and
towed to Seattle. Her machinery had Nothing definite had been heard at a by the Northwestern Fruit exchange carrots, $16/1.25 per hundred; par- the he art lie ata had ceased. He shook St. Quentin approximately 80 miles.
snipe, $16(1.25; turnips, $1.
late hour from Colonel Theodore S. in the Middle Western and Southern
his stcthosco;«, thinking that it was The daring Hollander therefore cov
Potatoes Oregon, $1.25 hundred.
A world-wide steel trust may soon Schaeck, in the Helvetia, or Lieuten states. Ata recent meeting of the
Onions—Oregon, buying price,$l,10 defective in Home way. Again apply ered ataiut 250 miles with a passenger.
ant Messner, in the Azurea.
¡ exchange it was decided to put four per hundred
be a reality.
ing his instrument he discovered that On the trip to Brussels I with aviators
salesmen in the field and to sell North-
Poultry-Hens, 17c; springs, 166/. the heart had ceased entirely. Uj>on made a landing at St. Quentin to re-
Taft will urge the development of
west apples where they have been 1654c; ducks, white, 176/ 17 L^c; geese, looking into the senator's face he din- plenish their gasoline.
Key West Suffers Heavily.
the Alaskan coal fields.
Key West, Fla.—The tropical hurri heard of, but where they have never 11c; turkeys, live, 196/.20c; dressed, | covered that he had died, without a
Senator Dolliver, of Iowa, died sud cane that has been sweeping over the | been sold before.
struggle and without pain.
Man Busy; Wreck Ensues.
22 *-46/ 25c; squabs, $2 per dozen.
denly of heart failure.
The campaign will be directed espe-
Butter—City creamery, solid pack, ;
Augusta, Ga. Five were killed and
West Indies and Southern waters for
Trepanning Skull Saves.
17 injured when two trains on the
The San Francisco moral wave is five days took Key West in its grip and cially to the wholesale grocery trade, 36c per pound; prints, 276(37)4«; out- j
driving many crooks out of the city.
tore away the roofs of houses, shook a and it is expected that there will be side creamery, 356/.36c; butter fat, . Walla Walla, Wash. After having Charleston and ^Western Carolina
opened up a wide territory heretofore 36c; country store, 2461.25c.
nearly become insane through pressure crashed together nt full a;>ecd two
Walter Wellman, with five assist number of buildings from their founda undeveloped on Northwestern fruit.
Eggs Oregon, candled, 346/ 35c per | on his brian caused by an injury to his miles south of McCormick, South Caro
ants, started in his great dirigible bal
! The campaign will be the first of its dozen; Eastern, 266/32c.
skull, while serving in the Philippines, lina. All the dead and seven of the in
loon America, to cross the Atlantic ings and did other damage, the extent kind ever inaugurated by the exchange
Pork—Fancy, 15c per pound.
Captain Charles Booker, of Dayton, is jured were mem tiers of the train crew.
of which cannot yet be estimated. But
Veal- Fancy, 85 to 125 pounds, 1366 1 fully recovered through an operation Shortly after the wreck, operator
three lives were reported lost, a ne in the interest of the industry.
Plans are being formulated for the 1334c per pound.
which consiated^of trepanning his skull. Browdcn at McOirmick it is said, tele
New York society women are adopt grees and two children being drowned.
Hops—1910 crop, 106/,12)4c; 1909, For several years the mind of Captain graphed the "Augusta officials of the
ing the latest Parisian fad of carrying The first mutterings of the storm were co-operation of the exchange with its
nominal; olds, nominal.
| Booker had become more
and road, and said he was so busy selling
dolls. They often spend $25 to $100 heard five days ago, when the wind
of the pack and grade of apples and to
Wool—Eastern Oregon, 136(17« per I ” so
al tickets that he forgot to show the sig
for the doll costumes.
rose and there was a deluge of rain.
bring about an improvement in the pound; valley, 176(19c; mohair, choice, most irresponsible.
The operation nal to atop the southbound train for
practical working conditions of the 326/33c.
Adolph Busch, the millionaire brew
wax entirely xuccessful.
Captain Augusta for orders.
Heney Mourned Greatly.
er, has finished the expenditure of
Cattle—-Beef steers, g<xxl to choice, Booker waa wounded by the explosion
Cordova, Alaska—The stillness of
$500,000 in improving and extending Arctic night reigned throughout Cor
$56/5.90; fair to medium, $4.506/5; of a shell.
Start Anti-Profanity Campaign.
Crater Lake Gets Trout.
his famous sunken gardens at Pasa dova and the great Copper River val
choice spayed heifers, $4.506/4.75;
Pittsburg, Pa.— Fifty thousand per
Klamath Falls — Fifty thousand good to choice beef cows, $4.256/,4.50;
Arizona for Initiative.
sons headed by singing choirs instead
ley for an hour on Tuesday, October
young rainbow trout fry were placed medium to good beef cows, $3.506/4;
Phoenix, Arix.—The Arizona consti of brass bands, paraded through the
The French dirigible balloon, the 18, in respect to the memory of Mich in Crater Lake recently by Alfred common’beef cows, $26/ 3.50; bulls,
Clement-Bayard, flew from Compeign, ael J. Heney, founder of Cordova and Parkhurst, president of the f’r.it, r $3.506/4; stags, good to choice, $46/. tutional convention received three pro streets in a remarkable demonstration
positions, of which the third, providing against profanity nnd growing use of
France, to London in six hours, cross- builder of the two great Alaska rail Lake company, which is operating a 4.50; calves, light,
$6. ¡i0ía,7; heavy, for religious toleration but prohibiting impure language. The line of march
ing the English channel and outdis- ways. On the Copper River railroad, hotel and tourist resort at the rim of $3.756/5.
polygamy, waa introduced by the only wax packed by curious thousands, but
which is under construction, train serv
tancing all express trains.
Hogs—Top, $9.756(10.15; fair to Mormon member, L. I,. Webb, of Gra there wan no enthusaism displayed.
ice was suspended, and 2,000 men laid the lake. These fry were brought
Immense census frauds are alleged down their picks and shovels and at-
ham county, ex speaker of the house 'I he promoters of the psrade had
automobile. Several times during the
Sheep- Best valley wethers, $3.25 and candidate for the presidency of feared disorder in rougher districts,
in the count of Coast cities, and a com tended memorial services.
past five years a small numtier of fry 6/3.50; fair to good wethers, $36/3.25; the convention. After adjournment a but no demonstrations were made
plete investigation will be made.
have been put into this lake and now best Mt. AdainH wethers, 46/4.25; best poll wax taken of the legislative com against the marchers.
New York art dealers are accused of
the waters teem with fish.
valley ewes, $36/3.50; lambs, choice, mittee, which shows that a majority
Victoria, B. C.—The volcanic errup-
customs frauds aggregating a million
Mt. Adams, $5.256/5,50; choice val favored the initiative nnd referendum.
Thirty Mine Victims Fonnd.
Big Squashes at Athena.
tion of Mount Savali, on Upolu, Sam
ley, $56/, 5.25.
Starkville, Colo. Thirty bodies have
oa, continues with unabated intensity,
Athena —A 64-pound aquaxh, grown
Riots Rule In Nicaragua.
Thomas S. Baldwin was injured and according to advices received by the
now been removed from the Starkville
by Andy Weaver and J. E. Froome on
What - * has become of our poets?”
New Orleans — News
his biplane wrecked in a flight at Iowa steamship Makura. Large streams of the Cass Cannon tract south of Main
I ng Drought
Many now tic
lava, flowing from the crater, have street, is the centerpiece for an attrac ¡"Those that haven’t starved to death from Managua, Nicaragua, that dim- jiro in such an advanced stage of de-
Presidents of two big railroads ar swept down upon the farm lands and tive window display in the Musgrove are working for the advertising agen der had broken out anew in the capital comfioaition that they can never be
gued before the Interstate commerce many estates have been destroyed. No Mercantile store in this city. It has a cies.” remarked the sporting editor._ and that frequent rioting waa occur identified.
Twenty-five bodies are
ring. According to these advices the still in the mines and, according to the
commission for higher freight rates.
loss of life has been reported.
companion weighing 5254 pounds.
| Philadelphia Record.
situation had become very critical.
rescuers, have not yet been located.
Jacksonville, Fla.. Oct. 19. Storms
last night and tonight swept the entire
Florida peninsula, doing damage esti
mated at several million dollars.
Forty thousand square miles of ter
ritory south of Jacksonville has been
without communication with the out
side world for more than 24 hours.
Last reports told of hurricane winds
and rapidly falling barometers, The
orange crop in that territory and vast
trucking industries probably are
Along the Eastern coast many lives
are believed to have been lost and the
property damage is believed to be
The maximum wind velocity, 70
miles an hour, was recorded here at 7
o’clock tonight, when the center of the
disturbance, appeared to have passed
up the Atlantic coast toward Savan
nah. Mavcock, at the mouth of the
St. Johns river, experienced a wind of
80 or 90 miles an hour and half the
house's there have been wrecked, The
population of Maycock is 700.
There has been no communication
with any point south of Jacksonville,
except St Augustine, since late today,
and all wires north but one were sev
ered shortly before dark.
A heavy downpour accompanied by
high winds is reported
Augustine houses in the business sec
tion were flooded at low tide with
promise of immense damage to busi
ness property when the high tide came
in. The city is in darkness, a gale
still blowing, and at 6 o'clock the seas
were over the sea wall.
Not a word has come from Tampa
since 4:20 a. m., and the telegraph
companies do not expect to restore
communication before tomorrow, The
damage will be the greatest in the in-
terior, where the storm came upon the
people with little warning.
CHICKS THRIVE IN SOUTH.