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Things Worth Knowing.
Three men lost their lives when
the sand steamer Protection turned
over and sank in Sandusky bay Mon
Further consideration by the house
of the Barkley bill to abolish the rail
road labor board, Speaker Gillett rul
ed Monday, must be deferred for two
The shipping board has postponed
action on a resolution to modify its
original certificate to the interstate
commerce commission on section 28
of the merchant marine act.
Elsie Ferguson, beauty of the stage
and screen, is a bride for the third
time. She was married Sunday to her
most recent stage villain, Frederick
Worlock, an English actor.
Senator La Follette of Wisconsin,
who Is recovering from an attack of
pneumonia, left Sunday for Atlantic
City with Mrs. La Follette to complete
his convalescence. He Is expected to
return to Washington In about two
weeks to resume his work In the sen
ate. Charged by indictment with con
spiracy to defraud the United States
government In connection with a
whisky transaction In September,
1921, John W. Langley, representative,
of Kentucky, Is on trial in federal
court in Covington, Ky.
Chairman Burton of the house com
mittee that Investigated criminal
charges against Representative Zlhl
man, republican, Maryland, said in a
statement that he had found "no evi
dence" that Mr. Zlhlman had Improp
erly received money to exert official
An official rocount of the returns
from Sunday's elections for the relch
stag, announced Monday, concedes
the united socialists 100 votes, the
nationalists 96, the center party or
clericals 62, the democrats 25, the
communists 62, the people's party 44
and the Bavarian people's party 16.
Existence In the veterans' bureau of
a "ring" which controls Its policies
and operation was charged In the sen
ate Monday by Senator Oddle, repub
lican, Nevada, who declared "all the
laws in the mind of man" would not
make the bureau function properly so
long as presont conditions obtained
The provision of the Immigration
bill for Japan exclusion was agreed
upon by senate and houBo conferees
Monday night to be effective July 1
noxt when other provisions of the bill
become operative, and was met lm-
mcdlntoly, with indications at the
White House that the arrangement
was unsatisfactory to Prosldont Cool
Olson's orchestra, broadcast through
KCW, The Oregonlan station at Port
land, was board Sunday night in the
ghost chamber of the Oregon Caves
near Grants Pass. This chamber Is
the Innermost portion of the caves
now accessible to parties, and Is 1600
foot under the surface of the ground
It also is 3300 fuet from the entrance
to the caves.
Cella Cooney and her husband Ed
ward, pals In banditry, Monday took
separate roads to prison tor 10 to 20
years. The youthful couple, who com
muted nearly a score of during rob
berries in New York and then were
captured In Jacksonville, Fla., where
they had gone to await the arrival of
a baby, bade ait revolr In Brooklyn
, Directors of the Washington Whent
Growers' association Monday night In
Spokane, following authorisation by
the membership of the association, vol
ed to suspend operations for 1924. It
was announced that plans art being
worked out whereby the member o(
the association may market their 1924
crop through the Oregon Grain Grow
The voice ot business was heard
Monday In the opening sessions at
Cloveland, O., of the 20th annual con
vention ot the Chamber ot Commerco
of the United States. It urged popular
support ot the experts' report on repar
ations; condemned the senate for Its
rejection ot the Mellon tax schedules;
suggested "obviously sound methods"
In dealing with the credit situation In
the northwest wheat belt, and gave
a vote ot confidence to the federal
FARM FREIGHT CUT ORDERED
Interstate Body Directed by Senate to
Washington, D. C. Urged by the
farm bloc, a joint resolution was quick
ly adopted by the senate Monday
directing the Interstate commerce
commission to adjust freight rates to
relieve depression in any basic in
dustry, particularly agriculture. It
was adopted with virtually no debate,
Senator King, democrat, Utah, alone
questioning the wisdom of the policy.
Farm relief legislation is an out
standing issue in congress with the
farm bloc standing against an adjourn
ment until some measure is enacted to
aid agriculture. The first fight will
be made on the McNary-Haugen bill,
which will come to a test soon. If
this measure fails the bloc Is prepared
to champion the Norris-Slnclalr bill,
while the Curtis-Aswell bill is in the
offing and may receive attention, al
though It has not been reported by the
senate agriculture committee.
The rate adjusting resolution was
Introduced by Senator Smith, demo
crat, South Carolina, chairman of the
Interstate commerce committee, and
was supported by Senator Cummins,
republican, Iowa, who explained the
purpose of the resolution was to give
the support of congress to the inter
state commerce commission to use
the authority now vested In It,
Spokesmen for the farm bloc said
the resolution would mark a great step
forward In aiding the farmer, In that
quick, cheap transportation would be
afforded for farm products.
Senator Capper, republican, Kansas,
one of the farm bloc spokesmen, In a
statement said he would oppose ad
journment of congress until a "leal
effort has been made to help the farm
ers of this country."
"Pending now in congress are four
measures for farm relief," the state
ment continued. "Three are designed
to assist In the stabilizing ot farm
prices not In arbitrary fixing of farm
prices as they are often deliberately
misrepresented. They propose to try
to restore a parity between farm
prices and general commodity prices
approximating the ratio that existed
during the pre-war years. Anyone of
these measures will be of great assist
ance to farmers."
Five Entombed Miners
All Well and Cheerful
Oilman, Colo, Five miners entomb
ed In the Empire Zinc Mining com
pany's property, near here, last Sat
urday still wore underground Monday
night, but all reported to rescue work
ers outside that they were well and
cheerful. During the day water, cof
fee and. food was passed to them
through an opening made by a dla
mond drill and fresh air was pumped
, Work of scores of men trying to dig
Into the mine was Interrupted several
times by sliding rock and timbers, but
officials were confident the men soon
would be reached.
During tho day one ot the miners
was asked by a member of the rescue
party if he had any message for "his
girl." The entombed man replied
"All O. K., but I'll see her myself."
Tho entombed men lnughed and
Joked with the workers, urging them
to "hurry up, so we can go home.'
New York. Tons of water were
poured into the Waldorf-Astoria hotel
Sut unlay to subdue a fire which, start
ing in a sub-basement carpenter shop,
nearly trapped kitchen employes and
spread to the floors before it was
checked. Thousands ot Fifth-avenue
pedestrians thronged to the Bcene and
traffic was demoralised. The tire burn
ed for an hour and a half before it was
brought under control. The loss was
estimated at 1150,000.
Polncars Wants Action.
London. The quick acceptance
which Prime Minister MacDonald got
in response to his Invltution asking
Premier Polnrare to come to England
on May 20 has pleased officials In
They consider that the reply from
Paris Indicates that the French pre
mier, like his British colleague. Is
desirous of keeping the Dawes repara
lions ball rolling.
Coolldgt To Set Circus.
Washington, D, C President Cool
Id Ite for the Inst tew weeks has shown
great regularity In turning down invi
tations to make addresses at func
tions, but he accepted an Invitation
Monday from John Ringllng, the show
man, to attend the circus In the after
noon rain or shine. Mr. Coolldge
also gave in acceptance tor Mr. Cool
Langlty Found Guilty.
Covington, Ky. A Jury In federal
court here .Monday night found John
W. Langley. representative In con
gress from Kentucky, guilty ot con
spiracy In connection with a whisky
transaction In 1921. The Jury return
ed Its verdict after deliberating three
hours and 40 minutes.
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Springfield. A wage cut of 40 cents
a day will take effect in the Booth-
Kelly sawmill here May 15, accord
ing to a bulletin Issued to the em
ployes. Astoria. The plan to take chinook
salmon eggs at the Klatskanine river
this year may have to be abandoned,
asserted Hatchery Supervisor Mitch
ell, who visited the hatchery on that
Salem. Mailing of the premium
lists for the 1924 State fair has start-
ed here under direction of Fred Curry,
secretary of the Oregon state fair
board. The fair will be held Septem
ber 22 to 27, inclusive.
The Dalles. Two Indians, said to
be members of a gang of outlaws caus
ing a reign of terror in the southern
part of the county for several weeks,
were brought to The Dalles Saturday
and bound, over to the grand jury for
' Salem. Approximately C000 of
Salem's present population were born
In Oregon, while the remaining 16,-
000 were born in the east, according
to figures made public here Sunday
by Secretary Wilson of the Salam
chamber of commerce.
Eugene. A big tabernacle for the
annual Methodist camp meeting at
Cottage Grove will be erected before
this year's meeting, July 17 to 27, ac
cording to announcement here recent
ly after a meeting of the Methodist
camp-meeting commission of Oregon.
Eugene. Steps were taken at a
meeting here Saturday afternoon to
to form an organization embodying
all the farmers' societies in the coun
ty, through which to carry out recom
mendations of the economic confer
ence held here during February.
Astoria. Vienlo Peltomaa, 8-year-
old daughter of Mrs. Alfred Krum, was
drowned in the Columbia river Satur
day night and her body was found
next morning lying on the rocky beach
under the railroad trestle near the en
trance to the Warren Packing com
Gresham. A meeting of the berry
growers of eastern Multnomah coun
ty was called by the county agent Fri
day night to estimate crop conditions.
After a comparison of figures it was
thought the raspberry crop in this sec
tion this year will be about 25 per
cent short ot normal.
Salem. The $100,000 bond Issue
authorized by the Salem lodge of
Elks, with which to construct the pro
posed new home for the lodge here
this summer, has been fully subscrib
ed. Approximately 225 members of
the lodge have subscribed for bonds,
the lurgest single subscription being
Springfield. A FouiiV of July cele
bratlon In which Spri shield will be
host to all Lane county is planned
under auspices ot Springfield post,
American Legion, and the business
men ot the town. Legion posts from
all over the country have promised
co-operation. There will be a free
barbecue and elaborate carnival.
Pendleton. A gain of 5 cents a
bushel in the price ot wheat during
last week has caused not less than
150,000 bushels in Umatilla county to
be marketed. Friday's sales in Pen
dluton amounted to about 25,000
bushels at 93 cents a bushel. Grain
dealers estimate that about 500,000
bushels are still held by farmers.
Salem. The program for the 51st
annual session ot the Oregon State
grange was approved at a conference
In the executive offices here Satur
day. Among those present were
Charles Speuce, state market agent;
George Palmiter of Hood River, mast
er ot the state grnnge, and Governor
Pierce. This year's meeting ot the
grange will bo held at Tho Dalles,
June 3 to 6, Inclusive.
Salem. Edward L. Clark ot Salem
was elected state commander ot the
disabled American Veterans of World
Wars at the closing session of the
fourth annual convention ot the organ
nation here Saturduy night. Other
officers elected Included Theodore 11.
Green. Salem, state vice-commander;
II. It. Shaw, Corvullis, state treasurer,
and M. Wesley Gosa, Salem, state
chaplain. Urban A. Kepplnger, Cor
vullis, Is state adjutant.
The Dalles. Wasco county will
soon place 1250,000 worth ot the JSO0,
000 bond Issue on the market to supply
the county's share ot the cost of con
struct Ion ot The Dalles-California
highway and Sherman highway sec
tion In Wasco county. It was learned
Saturday. With this sale. 1650.000
of the original Issue will have been
disposed of and Judge J. T. Adklsson
estimated a saving of 150.000 to the
county would be made on the entire
Issue. Bids tor the $250,000 lot will
be opened June $, the county court
CHAPTER XVI Continued.
Monsieur Dominique was looking
about vacantly when there came a
hall from the forward lookout, Clark,
who had spent the hour aloft.
"Sail Ho! On the weather bow!"
Old Dominique lurched up stiffly.
De Almonaster came from his furious
pacing amidships. Monsieur Sazarac,
presently, from the cabin. The gen
tlemen gathered about the master's
sea-glass. After a while he picked It
'A Yankee and a sloop-of-war, I
think. She Is laying a course to cross
os." Sazarac looked about with some
"American!" cried Raoul eagerly.
"Then break out the Jack, and run up
the national colors also! This Is an
Sazarac glanced at him oddly. It ap
peared some sentiment was struggling
with expediency. But when Clark come
down he was sent to hoist the starred
flag of the Washington republic.
"This Is a hard nut to crack," grum
bled Dominique. "The story this
schooner holds. Not a document
aboard . . . and you Jean !"
Mademoiselle Lestron had turned a
glad tired face to the stranger's sail;
nhe did not hear a sudden conference.
"It will not do for them to see him,"
muttered Monsieur Sazarac. "Nor
Mademoiselle Lestron to see, him. He
Is roaring his chanteys he is telling
of his sea fight he names us all of the
old crew, one by one."
"There goes a signal gun." Raoul was
watching the strange sail, and ' the
slender figure of Louise Lestron wav
ing an arm as though the Yankees
might see. "They mean for us to lay
to. Now, we will have to explain."
Mademoiselle hsd run back to them.
tier eyes sparkling Joyously. She heard
the young man's last word, and ber
keen eyes noted the constrained silence
thst had fallen on them.
"Your fellow countrymen, Messieurs
of Louisiana 1 A rescue . . . what
Is the matter? What la there to ex
plain? This ship, a victim of muti
neers?" She glanced from them to the sloop-
of-war sailing swiftly, wind a beam, to
cross the bows of the Sersphlne. Al
ready, at her masthead, they could see
the flag of the North republic.
'The Napoleon plot," the English
woman guesred. "Well that a ship of
his majesty might seize you all, but I
have not heard that the Yankees have
ever interfered seriously In this mad
ness of New Orleans to free Na
"The emperor," said Monsieur Saza
rac darkly, but with his smile, "Is In
his bed with his boots on !"
The Seraphtne was coming around
and up In the wind with a clatter of
blocks and snapping cloth. Dominique
sighed wearily. There was nothing
else to do. Monsieur Sazarac, after
that last enigmatic Jest, looked grave
ly at the other vessel.
"The Hornet" he shrugged: ."Com
modore Riddle's famous sloop of the
British war. Lay-to, heRrtles! You
are boarding mate worthy of a chase
If we had other than dead sallormen
forward of the mnst !"
Dominique watched him sorrowfully.
For them all, save Jean Lafitte, there
might be explanation, pardon ; perhaps.
even praise for a gallant exploit.
"She Is up In the wind also," mut
tered De- Almonaster. "I see a boat
swinging off, and a smart lieutenant's
head gear. Now, Monsieur Sazarac "
"It depends upon who may be In the
Yankee boarding party," suld the other
Indifferently. "There msy be old
beads there who know me well."
Monsieur Sazurac's short laugh
stung the hothead aguln. He crossed
to him at the rail. "Monsieur Sazarac,
It Is Idle to say 1 will not betray you.
There Is no one her who can or will,
except . . . what Is John Jarvls
"He Instructed, just now: 'Jean
Lafitte, fetch the sea boots of Monsieur
"Perdition T fumed De Almonaster,
"He will hang you yet ! He will hang
you yet even at the last !"
"A word front him from any one
naturally" Monsieur Sazarac took
his snuff composedly. "Kb, blent II
was my Jester In the old days! This'
entire affair seized his fnnry. It wss
he. It seentn. for he boests of It who
caught a camellia which was one
thrown to me from a balcony. Thlncs
might hive been fur different If I hsd
done no, and not he. Well, what would
one have? Life depends on the sllglittut
thing. And death is well ; you sea If
the Emperor of the Bottle hid not
caught the rsmellla he might never
hsv hern Inspired . to outswagger
"Her ragged cavalier muttered
the other: "be still. She must not
know. It would be shomlnsnle ,
with hi nignae, roaring the doggerel
of your black ship I Name of Name I
The American host Is under our coun
ter. Bee to the hoarding. Clark P
A hall hsd mm from the (mill boat
ts she sheered off to swalt the Udder.
Then presently, after m difficulty,
young American lieutenant climbed
ever the nil. He stared bewtlderedly
down the empty waist of the schooner
first, sod then to the llttl group by
By CHARLES TENNEY JACKSON
the wheel where Monsieur Dominique
Idly hung. ,
"Sir, my compliments, and those of
Captain Dallas of the American sloop,
Hornet but we have orders to stop all
sailing craft In the gulf and make in
quiry. Besides we saw you were sail
ing with some trouble very short-
manned end hard-used. It might be.
You are sir?"
Captain Gaspar Sazarac, sir acting
master." He bowed and stepped nearer
with an assuring smile. The Seraphlne
Is largely the property of this gentle
man, Monsieur de Almonaster of New
Orleans. The lady, sir, Is a British
subject, whom we took under stress.
The victims of a mutiny, sir as you
will see if you look about. I will make
you a full report of the affair in writ
ing, if you wish, sir."
The American lieutenant was. In
deed, looking about with some curi
osity. He saw bullet-riven woodwork
and torn sail cloth . . . perhaps
even rimming crusts of red along the
scuppers. Then he smiled. Dominique
gave a soft whistle of relief. The Hor
net, then had not sailed from New
Orleans. The officers did not yet know
of the affair at the Place d'Armes !
Lieutenant Ramsey's smile deepened
upon the gentlemen :
"I can guess, sir! Monsieur de Al
monaster Is known In Baltimore and
Charleston. And this schooner1 the
Seraphlne, the famous ship that was to
A stir and a shout had come from the
Yankee seamen over the rail.
"The Glrod ship! I saw her at
Charleston ere she was purchased !" i
"Aye the ship bought by the gentle
men of New Orleans! There Is no
faster In the Indies I"
The lieutenant still smiled doubt
fully : "Monsieur de Almonaster, I can
assure you you do not appear very
'We speak the truth, sir!" Raoul ad
vanced eagerly, catching at the knowl
edge that the Americans knew nothing
of the stealing of the Seraphlne. "Our
mission ended In mutiny disaster, as
you see about us. Will you detain us,
sir? Has Washington ordered any ac
tion against our purpose?"
The officer bowed . . . even he,
as Mademoiselle Lestron noticed, ap
peared to be Inwardly amused :
"But last week, Monsieur de Al
monaster, It might have done so on cer
tain representations of the king's am
bassador. But now, both England and
America are relieved of this mo
mentous Issue. For when we left
Charleston a clipper had Just arrived
from Liverpool with dispatches. Gen
tlemen of the Seraphlne, your Tantastlc
dream Is over. The Emperor Bonaparte
Monsieur Sazarac shrugged as If It
was a matter of no moment to a sail
ing maste- for the New Orleans gen
try. Dominique, alone, gave way to
emotion. He blew his red nose loudly.
"Eh old Bony! Name o' G dl
now I will have to go back to mulling
over street contracts with the Mayor
"You are therefore absolved from
oil duty In the affair," continued Lieu
tenant Ramsey with some Irony. "It
Is very apparent that a vessel crippled
a is the Seraphlne by a mutiny which,
luckily, you had the gallant fortune
to put down. Is In no way fit for a
lady. Captain Dallas will be pleased
to receive her, and any of the rest
who wish transfer, and take you to
New Orleans on the Hornet. Mon
sieur de Almonaster has a wound
which needs a surgeon. Can we serve
you, gentlemen, In this?"
"Naturally you will require a re
port In writing," suggested Monsieur
"At your leisure. Monsieur." The
lieutenant turned away a If to give
the refugees a moment to confer upon
Dominique found chance to pull the
sleeve of Monsieur Bazarae. "You
cannot go to the Hornet, Jean! There
will be older seamen there who will
recognize you. Your head Is not
worth Belucht's glmrrack cockade.
Nor In New Orleans either I
'Mademoiselle Lestron will accept
Captain Datl courtesy on the Hor
net." observed Monsieur Suzarsc, as
If be hid not heard.
She turned Joyously to him, "Why,
naturally! And leave this ship of
blood and mystery I W ihsll go.
Messieurs ! It Is In my heart to go!"
"You hear?" murmured Bum rue te
De Almonaster, The count had taken
a turn of the deck forward with Lieu
tenant Ramsey, showing him certain
thing and explaining earnestly. Now
he wis back to his party.
"1 say this 1 1 luck t The Hornet, I
overcrowded with some twenty sallor
men taken front a wrecked Island trad
er off Key West on her rundown!
Jamaican some whit and torn
half-breed, but able seamen. Lieuten
ant Rsmsey till. Captain Delia will
h more than glsd to shift this bur
den, sad it th Mm tint prold the
working crew which our schooner
must need hv In any event! It I
dmlrabl. W ran stay on her."
But th girl shlverad , , , she hsd
been peering rurlously down through
th (kyllght where th snowy top of
th Seraphlne (gainst th bio cast
wiverlng color on th ornat furnish
lag f th mptrar' cabin.
Coprridit by The Bobbe-MorHl
"No no Monsieur; On the Hor
On the Hornet," repeated Captain
Raoul stopped with a remembrance
of Sazarac shadowing his exuberance.
"Ah, yes! I see," he went on slowly.
"Norn de Dleu ! It would be the same
for you the Seraphlne following In
the wake of the Hornet to New Or
leans! Monsieur Sazarac Ah,
welll" He shrugged helplessly: "I
cannot think what to do for Monsieur
The girl could not understand, of
course. Monsieur Sazarac bowed with
'This phantom Sazarac I How It
haunts your happiness, Monsieur de
Almonaster! Dispel It with a word!
The younger man came to him with
a gesture, Indeed, but of some humble
grief. "I have stood aside. I have
spoken no word of love to her . . ,
I have held my honor. The look In
her eyes I have seen that Is for you
today, If I cannot win It fairly 1"
"There," murmured Sazarac. "See?
She Is looking Into the cabin curious
ly! Eh, a woman! Fascinated by
mystery this or that ghost. Come,
be the man, Raoul! Call the lieuten
ant's guard. . . I am Jean Lafitte I"
"This sword of mine would be at th
throat of any man who breathed that
name upon this ship. That Is my
honor still Sazarac."
"Come! Name of the devil! The
lieutenant Is fidgeting he must be
back to report this matter. Why,
what Is the matter with you?" growled
Sazarac Impatiently. "Take what Is .
In your grasp 1 The happiness that Is
in your power seize It, Monsieur I
Honor? bah ! Go down In the em
peror's stateroom . . . ask the Jest
er! He would roar the truth of us all
to Heaven! It appears that he ha,
protected the good name of Sazarac
long enough, and has tired of It. He
has, In fact, now called on me to b '
on honest man. It must be Lafitte,
the outlaw, who has the lady' fancy
not a chivalrous Sazarac. And the
Jester rules. Monsieur he ha com
to command at last!"
Monsieur De Almonaster appeared
not to understand the other's laughter
which must conceal so much of pain.
Jarvls must not see her then," he
muttered. "There would be no sense
Sazarac took the young man's un-
wounded arm end turned him firmly
toward the Hornet lying up In the
wind astern. "Come I, too, am a
ghost. Sazarac Is a ghost he never
did exist" And then the old somber
look of Lafitte, the fugitive, came to
his eyes : "I tell you, Raoul, If we had
not Just learned that Bonaparte wa
dead, I would have tried for a last
desperate venture of the last man of
my Infamous lot to seize Napoleon.
To be at sea! To b under the sky
again on a good ship! At the end
too late your dream grappled mel
Monsieur, you e everything else ll
gone for me," he added. "I depart
from the stage. Jarvls would tell yon
so with his mocking. Ah, God, I envy
th dead men up there forward!"
"You love her, then," muttered D
Almonaster, "that Is plain"
"Too well to have her see me swing
In air at the end. Of course that will
be the end" be said composedly:
"and she will know I played a rol for
her merely, I could not be Satarao
more than could John Jarvls."
"You glv her up because there ts no
more to do for Sazarac," returned th
other slowly, "Ah, yes! I am sorry,
Monsieur ! I am unfair after all, at th
And then he suddenly seized the ad
venturer bronzed hands. "See, her I
Your life? The Sersphlne will save your
life I I give hr to yon. Monsieur)
The crew of shipwrecked msflners
why, In some obscur port of tb In
die yon can refit and be off before yon
are Identified "
The older man put back th Iron
gray wisp that had come to hi black
hair above th tempi, "Be off
(TO BE CONTINUED.)
Hafnium Atom Wslghta,
Nil Bohr, discoverer of th new
element, hafnium, ha determined It
atomte weight. He element which
wis named In honor of th city of
Copenhagen, I still not completely Iso
lated, but tha professor's effort In thli
direction are neartng completion, Th
connection of the elemeqt with slreoni
urn, a kindred element, ha mad In
vestigation difficult, but Professor
Bohr hs been bl to ascertain that
the atomle weight He between 1TB
Flv of 03 element existent re
main to b discovered,
A a result ot hi experiment, Pro
fessor Jlohr has discovered that hafni
um 1 impenetrable by Hontgen ray.
II assert It ha th good qualities of
bismuth, which Is used In connection
with Rontgenray experiment, but
non of th bid ones, and th discov
ery ts expected te b of oonslderabl
valu to medical celenc.
Th Tired Toller.
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"Flu I I nvr saw thing s lull
In all my Uf." Ufa.