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COTTAGE GROVE. . . .OREGON.
EVENTS OF THE DAY
A Comprehensive Review of the Important
Happening of the Put Week Presented
In a Condensed Form Which Is Mot1
Likely to Prove of Interest to Our Manr
Tho BuIIontcs indulged in a ro
markablo demonstration In London
Tlio nnniml report of tlio controller
of tho ourrcnoy is ready (or congress,
Tho financial situation in tlio
Philippines is exciting much nlnrin
A mothor and fivo children wore
burned to death in a Pennsylvania
Prince Chine, who succeeded L
Hnne Chnnc. prowscs a head tax on
Senator Mtchell will introduce
mnnv important bills early in tho
Tho transport Wrght, which struck
an uncharted rock in Philippine
waters and sank, may bo saved.
Tho fifty-seventh session of con
gress is open. No business of import
ance will transacted before the holi
days. During a heavy fog on San Fran
cisco bay, two ferry boats collided,
ono of them sinking almost immo-
diatclv. All passeiiKors on the ill-
fated boat were saved with tho excep
tion of three. About 0 wore more
'or less injured.
VALUE OF ADVERTISING. 7
I would as noon think of dolns busi
ness without clerks as without silver
Using. Joujf WAKAJIAKER-
Nothing, except the mint, can make
money wunoui aaTeruswg.
When too pay moro (or the rent ot
f our Dullness bouse than for advertis
er your business, yon are pursuing a
rash Dollcr. It vou can do business.
let It bo known.
One of tho convicts who escaped
from Leavenworth, Kan., 'has been
captured at Tuscumbia, Ala.
At St. Paul, Walter Bourne, ex
deputy county auditor, was convicted
on a charge of false auditing and
While quelling a row in the gallery
of a Chicago theater, George Harden,
n special officer, was shot and fatally
A New York man hos been arrested
on a charge of having set fire to a ten
ement house in which G2 persons
The coroner's jury found the offi
cers of the Smuggler Union mine at
Telluride, Colo., were not responsbile
for the recent disaster.
Gilbert Parker, tho novelist, is
coming to America.
There is danger of a serious water
famine at Hong Kong.
The Illinois fund for the McKinley
memorial amounts to $6,3-12.
King Edward ignores tho anti
British agitation in Germany.
Twenty-six men woro killed by a
boiler explosion at Detroit, Mich.
Santos-Dnmont proposes to mako
ascents in his airship from London.
Frank Munsey has purchased a
controlling interest in the New York
Tho warship Missouri will be
launched at Newport News, Saturday,
Tho switchmen's strike at Pitts
burg was a failure. Only ono rail
road was seriously affected.
Queen Wilhelmina has recovered
from her recent illness, and will bo
able to go out in a few days.
Tho Genoral Carriage Company,
of New Jersey, will bo reorganized
with a capital of $2,500,000.
Kitchener has again applied for a
number ol staff officers from India to
be sent forthwith to South Africa.
ntriKc ot railroad switchmen is
ordered at Pittsburg.
Shakir Pasha has been appointed
governor ol fccurati, Asia Minor.
William Gwin, for 30 years chief
messenger to tho secretary of state,
Homo Rulo Republican party of
Hawaii wants Chincso exclusion laws
Threo masked men entered a gamb
ling resort at (Jhiokasaw, 1. 1'., and
carried off $700.
Half n million people in tho Yang
tso valley, China, will starvo unless
they receive aid.
According to a dispatch to tho
London Standard from Odessa, 130
persons porished in recent earth
quakes at Errazoum.
Tho hobby of Gov. Gcer is a lovo of
cood horses. Ho is said to be tho
host judge- of h'oreos in his state.
Sixty-fivo thousand dollars have
been. offered for a seat on tho Now
"V 1. n-.l,...,.. rtof nlillaMnry n
John Jay Jackson, judgo of tho
United States court for tho northern
district of West Virginia, has com
pleted tho fortioth year of his service
on the federal bench,
wJBp . 4HMb. rlsSwBs 39bbhb.
ELLEN STONE, THE STOLEN MISSIONARY.
Early in September last Miss Ellen M. Stono, an Amoricau missionary
in Turkov. whilo ridinc with a party of
was captured by a party of brigands, some 40 in number. Mmo. Tsilka, who
was of tho nartv. was taken along as a companion for Miss Stone. They woro
carried to tho mountains where they
5.000 pounds Turkish (equivalent to
1 . . 1 . -.1 1t .1
pa3aulO at SamOKOV Wllllin IO uays,
named for failuro to receive that amount. A subscription was started in this
cquntry, but the full sum; demanded was
twico extended. -Mr. JJickinson, u. o.
took the matter in charge and has since
release, but thus far without success.
ance at least, beenseconded by tho
Accordinc to late accounts ho has
Stono's release, giving them six days in
of which time it would be withdrawn.
that sho and her companion aro closely guarded, but that they havo boon
well treated and are in good health. It is not believed sho is in serious
Alliance Between the Two Elements Is
Feared In England.
London, Dec. 2. Tho correspond
ent of the Times in Pretoria, where
recent dispatches giving the number
of Boer commandoes aro supposed to
have been allowed to pass through
tho censorship as a warning that
more troops aro needed in South
Africa, today sends a sketch of tho
position of tho British columns and
states explicitly that men are needed
to expedite the attrition of the Boers
and that turner partitioning of tho
country by Jines of blockhouses is
necessary to enable tho British col
umns to achieve greater results.
Seemingly fearing that an alliance
between the pro-Bullerites and tho
pro-Boers, during the demonstration
to be held tomorrow in Hyde park in
sympathy with General Buller, may
bo the beginning of a serious anti-
government agitation, the Standard
this morning semi-officially warns
General Buller that unless he checks
tho extravagance of his partisans, tho
government may bo coiniellcd to
make further disclosures which will
cause a revulsion of feeling against
the general. Tho Standard hints
that Geeral White at first refused to
regard Genoral Bullor's heliogram as
authentic, and when it was delilier-.
ately repeated General White decided
to disobey it.
Reducing Guard at McKlnlty's Tomb.
Washington, Dec. 3. Tho detach
ment of troops assigned to tho duty
of guarding, tho vault containing the
remains of the late l'resident McKin
ley in tho West Lawn cemetery, Can
ton, O., has been reduced to fivo non
commissioned officers and 40 privates,
under command of Lieutonant Wil
liam Ashbridge, Thirteenth infantry.
Tho remainder of the guard has been
sont to tho post at Fort Wayne, Mich.
Big Omaha Blaze.
Omaha, Dec.3. Firo tonight at tho
supply house of tho Creamery Pack
ago Manufacturing Company.rosultcd
in tho serious injury of three firemen
and a loss of $85,000. Tho accident
was caused by a falling wall. The
building was fivo stories high and it
was feared for a whilo that the Humes
would spread to a largo gas tank and
Boers Escape from Camps.
London, Dec. 3. A dispatch to tho
Daily Mail from Pretoria gives indica
tion why, with continuous captures,
tho Boer forces do not seom to dimin
ish. Tho dispatch says that Boers aro
continually escaping from tho con
centration camps and towns to rejoin
tho fighting forces, and that meas
ures will havo to bo taken to stop this
leakage. The Boers in tho towns
aro still irreconcilable, says the dis
patch, and boliovo their cause will
French Beet Sugar Production.
Paris, Deo. 3. Tho internal reve
nue report shows that tho beet sugar
production for tho month of October
this year is practically the sumo as
for 1900, but tho deliveries for con
sumption havo fallen off from 60,
000,000 kilograms to 43,000,000 kilo
grams. Tho oustoms roturns indicato
that Colonial sugars aro largely re
placing homo grown sugar. Tho out
look for homo growors and manufac
turers is not as good as last year,
10 or 12, betweon Hansko and Uaniala,
still remain in captivity. A ransom of
practically $iUU,UOU) was demanded,
1!. . PI t . 1 1,..
.uus oiuuu a uunm minj; mu uiiitii.y
not raised, 'lhetimo limit has been
consul at Vjonsiantinopie, at once
worked assiduously for Miss Stono's
His efforts have, to outward appear
Turkish and Bulgarian governments.
offered tho brigands $12,000 for Miss
which to accept tho oiler, at tho ond
Letters from Miss Stono indicate
Extensive. Recommendations by Naval Board
Wasliigton, Dec. 2. -"Tho naval
loard of construction has completed
tho recommendations called for by
congress relative to thotwonewbattlo
ships and two armored cruisors, mid
also covering many technical ques
tions which havo arisen as to naval
architecture, armor, batteries, tur
rets, etc. The recommendations as
to battlo ships call for two ships of
lG.OOO tons each, and two armored
cruisers of 14,500 tons each. Tho
battlo ships aro to bo heavily ar
mored, and carry the following bat
teries: Four 12 inch guns in two
turrets forward and aft, 8 8 inch guns
in four separate turrets, 12 7 inch
guns, 20 10 pounders and n large
number of auxiliary maclnno guns.
Tho armored cruisers aro to havo
an armament making them in effect
battle ships as follows: Four 10 inch
guns, with two tuncts forward and
aft; 1G 7 inch guns, 20 14 pounders
and tlio usual complement of small
guns in tho secondary battery.
Neither the battlo ships not cruisers
havo suporpoiscd turrets. Torpedo
tubes also aro entirely eliminated
from theso plans, and the recom
mendations of tho board favor an
abandonment of torpedoes on heavy
armored ships, leaving tho torpedo
warfare to bo carried on by torpedo
boats and tho smaller - cruisers. Rec
ommendations arc mado against tho
sheathing of ships and upon othor
Washington, Dec. 2. Tho trans
port Buford, en routo from the Philip
pines to Now York, with two bat
talions of tho Twenty-third infantry,
is several days overdue. No appro
honsion is felt at tho war department,
howevor, as tho sovero northwest
gales which havo provailed for somo
days past ,'ovor tho North Atlantic
naturally would retard her progress
What It Cost China.
Berlin, Dec. 2. Tho estimates fur
Germany's expenditure in China for
the year 1002 aro 39,500,000 marks.
as against 12,500,000 marks expended
. in China in 1001. Tho pensions for
widows and orphans resulting from
tho tho China expedition amount to
' IV l, WO marks annually.
Russia Honors Ito.
St. Petersburg, Dec. 2. Tho czar
granted an audience to tho Marquis
Ito, tho Japaneso statesman, this
afternoon, and later Count Lamsdorff,
tho Russian minister of foreign af
fairs, gave a gala dinner in honor of
tho visitor. An effectivo c'ntonto
between Russia and Japan is regarded
as tho probablo outcomo of tho audi
enco, ulthough it is not anticipated
that permanent or binding obliga
tions will bo undertaken by cither
The New York Fire.
Now York, Dec. 2. Tho firo which
started yesterday afternoon in tho
lumber yards of William E. Uptegravo
& Bros., at tho foot of East Tenth
and Eleventh street, burned last
night, and this morning tho firemen
woro still fighting tho flames in differ
ent parts of the largo yards. Tho
firo on tho Standard Oil property,
however, was extinguished lato in
the night. Tho loss was estimated
today at $750,000.
NEWS 0E THE STATE
TEMS OF INTEREST FROM ALL
PARTS OF OREGON.
Commercial and Financial Happenings of Im
portanceA Uriel Review of the Growth
and Improvements of thi Many Industries
Throughout Our Thriving Commonwealth
-Latest Market Report
The Uranito Hill croiui of miner) in
Josephine county have been sold for
A Pool ot 3,500 bales of hop has
been formed In Salum for shipment
Tho annual convention of tho East
ern Oregon sohuol teachers hit proven
a very profitable ono.
Tho Lewis and Clark exposition
fund, being rained in Portland, is
nearly to the $;iUO,000 mark-.
Tho O. R. t N. is building a spur n
half milu long at Pendleton in order
to connect with tho (louring mill.
Tho primary law governing elec
tions in Portland, enacted Dy the
last legislature has been declared valid.
A. G. Marshall, an Oregon pio
neer of 1852, died at his homo at
Knox's Butte, Linn county, aged 09
Thanksgiving football games woro
played in various parts of tho itato by
tho olovons of nearly every school
A man in Baker City who was com
manded to hold up his hands, grubbed
tho gun. Ho safed his money and
life, but lost two fingers.
The circuit court litis decided that
the bond of G. W. Davis, former
school land clerk, who was short $30,
000 in his accounts, is invalid, hav
ing been outlawed.
V company has been formed in
Salem for the purpose of; operating n
system of automobiles in that city.
It is expected to have tho machines
in operation early in tho spring.
A. good quality of gas was struck in
tho oil well being drilled near On
tario. Tho next Fossion of tlio legislature
will be aikcd to divtdo Umatilla
A movement is on foot to have
some of tho star mall route in Baker
Malheur and Harney county wool
growers have organized mid will here
after pool their clips.
Salem shoe merchants will follow
tho grocors in closing their stores at
GwO P. 31., excopt Saturdays.
Threo car loads of dressed turkeys
were shipped from Douglas county to
can r runcisco for .thanksgiving.
A rich body of gold oro has been
uncovered in the Water Gulch dis
trict, 25 miles east of Grunts Pass.
Southern Oregon placer miners aro
jubilant over tho recent heavy rains,
which will ruise tho creeks enough
to allow operations to bo resumed
Tho Olivo Creek Placer Minos Co,
with headquarters at Sumptor, lias
tiled articles of incorporation with
tho secretary of state. Capital, $1,
Crater lako, in which it has long
been conceded that lish could not live,
lias been found to contain fish of tlio
cold wator trout' species. Somo of
thorn havo attained tho longth of 30
Wheat Walla Walla, 57058 ;
bluestom, 0'Jc; VaHoy, (75i8c.
Flour Bost grades, $2.053.50
per barrel; graham, $2.50.
Oats Nominal 95$1.00 pr cental
Barley Foed, $15.5Q1G; browing,
$1U1U.U per ton.
Millstuffs Bran, $15.5017; mid
dling, $10020.50; shorts, 1G17.50;
Hay Timothy. $1112; clover,
$77.50; Oregon wild hay, $5G per
Butter Fancy creamery,2225o ;
dairy, 1820o; store, 12J14c per
Eggs Storago, 2022J; fresh, 28
30o, Eastern TZToo.
Cheese Full cream, twins, 13
13c: Young America, 1415c.
Poultry Chickons. mixed, $2.60
3.50; hens, $4.00; dressed, 910o
per pound; springs, $2.50 3.00,
per dozen; ducks, $d for old; $1.00
6.00 for young ; gooso, $00.50 pr doz
en; turkeys, livo, 1012o; drosscd,
12k14lo per pound.
Mutton Lambs.Slo gross; drosscd
60o per pound; ahoep,$3.25 gross;
dressed, UoJsc per pound.
Hogs Gross,heavy,$55.25; light,
$1.75 5; dressed , G7o por pound.
Veal Small, 88o;largo,77Ko
Beof Gross top steora, $3.504.00;
cows and hoifors, $3.003,50; drosscd
beef, 37c por pound.
Hops 810n por pound.
Wool Valloy,ll14o por pound;
Eastern Orogon, 812)o; mohair,
2121c por pound.
Potatoes 7590por sack.
The supply of silvor bullion in tho
treasury has dwindled until only
about $-12,000,000 worth is left.
Tho census of 1000 shows that thore
aro 13,107 Negroes to ovory 100,000
whites, as compared with U.oio in
Mrs. May Preston Slasson, wifo of
tho vico presidont of tho faculty of
tho University of Wyoming, is the
only woman chaplain of a prison in
tho United States,
RURAL DELIVERY A 8UCCE80.
Report of Assistant Postmaster General on
Washington, Nov. 20. First Assist
ant Postmaster General Johnson, in
liis annual report, Mays tlio yearly in
crease in the postal revenues has re
sulted in tho free delivery service be
coming self sustaining. Of the gross
postal revenues of the United Btutcit
for the past fiscal year, $74,205,301
euino from 80(1 free dollvery cities.
Tho romaiiilug il,(UX) presidential
oIIIcph yielded $10,0(13,252, while the
72,471) fourth class lHistolllcos pro
duced $18,1113,610. Mr. Johnson says
that tho fuel that the postal service
lit the largest cities is practically m
feet is the explanation of why the
annual por contngo of increases in the
revenue of the free delivery postolllcos
should be three times as large us tliut
of the fourth class olllces. As rural
free delivery readies out into the
country, giving equal facilities with
out regur.l to locality, ho says, it In
creases the revenues at u rate at least
equal to that maintained ii the free
delivery cities, whore, during the past
fivo years, it lias averaged 8 iter cent.
At the end of the present fiscal year
8,000 rural routes will be In successful
operation, 0,000 being in effect by
Deccmlicr 2. The latter figure repre
sents just 50 per cent of the applica
tions for such service filed since Its
inauguration flvu years ago. The in
dexible policy is announced of hero
after avoiding tho maintenance of un
necessary iwatolllces and suHirlltious
star routes contemporaneously with
rural free dollvery routes. On July 1
last tho force of 4,301 rural carriers
was serving 2,810,044 people at u
fraction of over 75 cents per capita,
and on DeceniW 2 next 4,000,000 of
tho rural population will bo enjoying
free delivery. Every establishment
of a route, the report says, is followed
promptly by a steady Increase in the
voltuno of mail both delivered and
Tho city free delivery servico now
embraces 80(1 cities and towns, in
cluding four in tho new insular pos
sessions, all theso employing an
army of 10,389 uniformed curriers,
who collect and carry the mails two
or more times each working day to
32,000,000 patrons. Tho total cost to
tlio department per annum for this
service is 50 cents er capita.
8ENATOR MITCHELL READY.
Oregon Man Has a Urge Number ol Bills for
Coming Session of Congress.
Washington, Deo. 3. Senator
Mitchell has prepared and will in
troduce curly in the present session
ninny .important bills, ns follows:
To establish an assay olllco ut Port
land; to create n separate judicial
district in Eastern Oregon, witli
headquarters at Baker City; for tho
repayment of fees, purchatjo money
and commissions paid by settlers on
void entries of public lands; for tin;
relief of citizens of Oregon, Washing
ton ami Idaho, who served with tho
United States troops against tlio Ncz
Perce, Bannock and Shoshone In
dians; to regulate tho taking of fees
and filings in certain land cases; to
appropriate funds for investigation
and tost of American tinibor; grant
ing pensions to certain officers and
mon of the lifesaving service; appro
priating $10,000 for a luunoh for the
customs sorvico at Astoria; to rolm
hurso California, Oregon and Nevada
for money expended in suppression
of tho reunion; to extend the pro
visions of the Black Hawk Indian
war veteran hill to the benefit of sur
viving veterans of tho Cayuso and
other Indian wars of Oregon anil
Washington; for the relief of fettlers
in Sherman county, Orogon, who
sottlcd on land subsequently declared
to belong to a wagon road company
a joint resolution proponing an
amondmont to tho constitution, pro
viding for tho election of United
States senators by the votes of quiili
lied electors of tho stutos.
The Switchmen's Strike.
Pittsburg, Dec. 3. Reports from
tlio managers and ollicials of the
different roads affected by the switch
men's striko assert this evoning that
thoy have the situation woll in hand,
and that new mon who have taken
Rtrikors' placos aro now working to
good advantage. In spito of good
reports made by railroad ollicials,
tho strikers' officials are claiming de
cided advantago gained today. Thoir
stutomont is that at midnight lust
night the 200 men employed by the
Jonos t Laughlin connecting road
struck on orders from the striko com
City of Moxico, Nov. 29. Tlio com
mittees of tho Pan-American confor
enco aro rapidly completing thoir
work, with tlio exception of tho arhi
tration committee and tho committco
on commerco and reciprocity. Tho
latter is withholding action until it
learns tho stand which President
Roosovolt will tako on tlio subject of
rcoiprooity in Ills forthcoming mcs
saco to congress. Tho committco on
futuro Pan-American conferences
will recommend tho holding of a con
feronco ovory fivo years.
Opening of Charleston Exposition.
Washington, Nov. 29. Arrango-
monts havo been mado for tho open
ing of tho South Carolina Intorstato
and West Indian exposition by tho
presidont noxt Wednesday, At tho
olo'so of tho address by Sonator Dopow
at Charleston, messages of greoting
will pass betweon tho president, and
managers of tlio exposition, and at
2:30 o'clock tho president will press
tho button which will set tlio machin
ery of tho exposition in motion.
FACTORY BLOWN UP
TWENTY-FIVE KILLED -20 MORE
I'llly employes at Work When (he Cmh
Cami-I'foperty Lou Will Aggregate
5150,000 Number ol Oodles Caught In
Wreckage and llurncd Up-Thre Story
Drlck Building Destroyed.
Detroit, Mloh,, Nov. 28. T10
boiler in the factory of tho Pemberthy
Injector OonitiMiiy, exploded yester
day with terrillo force, demollshinij
tho entire three story hrlok lmiltlinK
In which it was located. Inside th.,
structure some 50 employes were ut
work. More than half of these wero
moro or less seriously Injured and ut
least 2(1 wero killed, three of the in
jured dying shortly after being re
moved to the hospital.
Up to 1 o'clock yesterday afternoon
40 injured had been taken to lms
pltals. The rear, or mechanical building
was 54x100 feet In size. It was sep
arated from tho iargor structure ad
joining by u 10 foot alley. The me-'
chanlcal building was instantly de
stroyed, ami a jiortion of tho wall of
tho other ono was blown In. No mm
In the latter building was seriously
hurt, excepting one girl.
The wrecked building is burning
fiercely underneath and it Is improb
able that any of those burled In the
ruins aro alive. Firemen and a large
gang of board of public works em
ployos are working on thejruins. The
property loss is estimated ut $150,000.
Threaten to Kill Miss Stone and Compsnlon
Unlesr full Itaniom Is Paid,
New York, Nov. 28. Commenting
on the report that the brigands have
sent n message to American Diplo
matic Agent Dickinson that unless he
accedes by January 1 to thoir original
demand for 25,000 Turkish lira, or
pounds ($110,000) ransom, they will
kill both their captives MIsm Ellen
M. Stone and Mrs. Tsilkn the Holla,
Bulgaria, correspondent of the World
"This report comos in private ad
vices from Dubuitz, the Bulgarian
frontier town which is the present
headquarters of the secret ageiitH
through whom Mr. Dickinson has
been communicating with the
"1'ho message is said to Ito the rob
bers' nnswer to tho ultimatum re
ported to havo been sent to them by
Mr. Dioklnson but which ho denied
sending offering as ransom 12,000
Turkish lira ($52,000), and no more,
and giving them until noxt Saturday
to accept that sum, after which tlmo
that and all provious offers would bo
Mr. Dickinson, who was the United
States Consul general at Constanti
nople when he was appointed diplo
matic agent at Sofia, went to Con
stantinople immediately after tho re
port became current that he had sent
an ultimatum and ho is still there.
The report that tho brigands will kill
their prisoners is not boliovcd at
TRUE TO THEIR THREAT.
Union Miners Put Up Another Tent on Site
ol Camp llroken Up.
Earllngton, Ky., Nov. 28. Truo
to their threat to maintain the camp
at Nortouville, tho union minors
erected another tent today on the site
of the camp which Judgo Hull broke
up only yesterday and hauled to
Madisonvillc. At that time the
loaders who had command of tlio
camp, wero not arrested. The re
notval of tho camp today was a great
Tho union mon are rolying on
Judgo-olcct Oivoiis to again permit
the camps in Hopkins county aftor
January 1, although Judge Givons
announced that ho would stringently
uphold tho law. Somo of tho local
companies who havo not been protect
ed aro taking steps to seouro foreign
charters untl got undor tho protection
of tho United Stntes courts.
Uurned to Death.
Pittsburg, Nov. 28. Four persons,
woro burned to death and two serious
ly injured in a firo early this morning
in Knoxvillo, a suburb of this o'ty.
Tho firo was cuuscd by pouring koro
scno in a stovo to start tho firo.
Highwayman Took Ills Diamonds.
Olovoland, O., Nov. 28. Gustav
Hoinriqh, a wealthy furrior of Now
York City, was assaulted and rnhhnrf
of diamonds worth $350 early today,
whilo on his way to his hotol aftor
calling on friends. Hoinrioh states
that tWO llll'U'RVIIimi til rim. ,. I..t,an
around his head, choked him into in-
sonsiDiuty, took his diamonds and
throw him into a nearby yard. Tho
robbers did not tnkn n - m1l .(!.
and $225 which wore in Hoinrioh'a
Fell Into a Filipino Pitfall,
Washington, Deo. 2. Adjutant
General Corbin today recoived tho
following telegram from Genoral
Chaffco at Manila: "Lioutoimnts
Feolor and Wothcrili, Eighteenth in
fantry, blldlv WOUIldod hv lunnlmn
spikes in a pitfall near Cannon, Bo
hol. Foolor wounded in foot, Woth
orill in thigh. Oporotion necessary
to oxtraot sticks. Lieutenant. Hmltl.