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SPRINGFIELD, LANE COUNTV, OREGON THURSDAY, OCT. 10, 1f1f
VOL. XVII. -NO. M
Cl mmiruti(tr tet of Consre nl M IMV
NO SPANISH FLU"
Eptdomlo of Definite Cnsos Has
Not Vet Mado It Appear
EUGENE CLOSED UP TIGHT
Springfield School Authorltle Excer-
else Every Precaution to Prevent
Malady Securing Foothold
In City Soheols.
So far thoro aro no authenticated
cases of Spanish "flu" In Springfield.
About 100 cases, havo appeared Id
Eugene, but as tho opldomlc has ap
peared In many i laces In tho valley,
It Is notxpected thot Springfield will
For tho bonoflt of Its readers tho
Nowh lid's secured all tho Information
pOHslhloA'rolallva to tho dlccaso and
trusts uverVonu will uho ovcry scnsl
bio precaution to prevent It becoming
un epidemic In Springfield.
wnai is upanisn innuenzai
Is It something new? Does It come
tho aiscaso rcsemuios a very con-
tnnlous kind of "cold" accompanied by
fovor, pains In tho head, oyes, oars,
back or othor parts of tho body, and
n feeling ot severo sickness. In most
oi uio casos uio sympioms uisappwir
after throe of four days, tho patient
thon rapidly recovering; somo of tho
Pitl.fnts, howovor, dovolop pnoumo t
nia, or innamroauon oi uio ear, or
moningiiis, anu muny oi uieso com
plicated cases die. Whether this so
called "Spanish" Inlluenta, Is Identical
with tho on dem lc of Influenza of
tcslng to know that this first epidemic
was brouKht hero from Valencia
Qnol.1 Blni.il ll.it limn Ihnrn havn
iiu.... uio.. huiu m.w.u i.u.u
i . . . . . . i
uoun numerous opiuomics 01 mo uia
oaso. Inl889 and 1800 an opldcmlo ot
Influenza, starting Bomowhoro in the
Orient, snread first to Russia, and
thence over practically tho ontlro clvl-
nzcu worm. Tnreo years later tnoro
was nnothor flare-up of tho disease,
Iloth times tho epidemic spread wldoly
over tho Unltod States. Although tho
present epidemic is called "Spanish
Iniluonzn," Uioro ls.no reason to be-.jt
illovo that St originated In Spain.
Reconnlzlna Influenza Cases.
Thoro Is ac yot 110 certain way Inj
which a sluglo caso of "Spanish Influ-
onza" can bo rocpgnlzcdj on thp other
hand, recognition Is oaoy whoro thoro
Is a group of cobcs. In cantrnat to
tho outbreak of ordinary coughs and
colds, which usually occur In tho cold
months, epidemics of Iniluonza mny
occur at any season of tho yoar, thus
tho present opldcmlp meed most Intensely-
In Europe in May, Juno, and
July, Moreover, In tho caso of ordi
nary co(ds, tho gonsrnl symptoms
(fovor, pain,, depression) aro by no
means as ssvoro or as sudden In their
onset as thoy are In Influenza. Finally,
ordinary colds do not spread through
tho community so rapidly or so exten
sively ns does, inflnouza.
In most cases a person taken sick
with liifluonza feols nick rather sud
denly. Ilq eels weak, haB pains In
tho oyes, cars, head and back, and
may bp spro all ovor, Many patients
fool dizzy, some vomit. Most of the
patients complain of. feeling chilly,
nnd with this comes, a fovor In which
the temperature rises to 100 to 1Q4.
In mosf casps tho pulse ronialna rela
tively fow. ,f
In nppoaranco onq Js.rBtruqk by jtho
fact that tho patient looks Blclc. His
oyes and tho Inner sldo ot his oyo
lldB may fbo slightly ""bloodshot," o'r
"congested," as tho doctors say. Thero
mny bo running from tho nose, or
there may lib somo - cough. Those
signs of i cold may not bu marked;
novQrtholos3 tho patient looks and
fools very! sick.
Ordinarily, tho fovor lasts from
threo to four, doys and tho pntlont re
covers, iiut whllo tho proportion of,
d6aths Ini tho present opldomlc has
gunorally been low, in somo places tho i
outbreak has been severo and doathsi
havo boon numerous. Whfin death
uuvuin n y uBuuujr um juii ui u
Eugene Clamps Lid On.
At a mooting of ttio health 'authori
ties in Eugpne, It was decided' to'cla&'o'
earllor yoars is not yet known. a snoozo If possible In tlmo to prevent ' rSB y y of a emal1 d,vldend-1 rWIns In the Inhuman carry all. Every back to Santa Cataliaa, as there are -
Epidemics of Influenxa have visited ,t aprying the surroundlni: atmos- Th,B b'ngeB ,arKe,y nPn wnat d'spo-j thing else hi bitterness and woe. Wo t3 w toarteU here now to sake Behind them the Germans are kw
thli country since 167. It Is Inter- m ,.u.. " . sIUou can be made of the property rafflr to tLit e-Mlai riM -r-V- ,i thaw1 say. Plans-are Win maie. to If 5 the oaaatry devaatoted, taskf
all UiPflUcn, churches, dnneo halls,
and any olhur public gatherings, at
' oneo, Tho schools And tho university
I will remain opon for the prcsont Eu
tgeno last night looked llko a desortod
vlllngo, not enough activity In ovl-
donco to mako It oven Interesting for
on Industrious mlcrobo,
No Cases In Springfield Vet.
Wliilo thoro arc no bona fldo cases
of tho "Flu" roportcd In Springfield
thus far, Mayor Morrison has taken
tho nocdod precaution to ardor nil pub
lic places kept closed.
Every precaution fs bolng. taken In
tho Springfield schoola to lsolnta pos-
Allilrt Inrllllonf ntfnrlra Tim urtinnl
,,uthorltles hnvo notlflod tho teachers
;,0 BCml children homo that aro snooz-
lug. Tho sneezing may bo tho result
of ft cold only, but It Is Impossible to
, dotonnlno this In tho Incipient stages,
and Infection In as liable at this staso
as at any other. If. tho attack proves
to bo nothing but a cold, tho child Is
no worse off from being kept at hotii'S
where It can bo treated and returned
i -i i ...i.t.i - .1 ...
dMM0 ml anroBt IUoK wltil-'
in that time. Parents who would Pr
teat, with Rood rcaoona, at having their
own cliildron oxposod to infection
. from ntluir rltfllrnn thrntirli tin UnnA.
lessnoss of other parents or teacheri.i
aro exDocted for tho samo rcnuon tn
I exercise the samo precautions if their
inwn ohiMron i.nni,i tmnnAn n i. ti.n
fi, . ,u,i w..
them from school, yourns'f. You will 1
nt niv im lmini,,.. ..rn..i
own ch,drcn by B0 ,,, but of otnor
children as well. .
glncero co-onornllon In nrnen.iHon
nry monsuros Is tho surest and quick-
CBt way to guard j.nnBt or 8tamp out
nn epidemic. Doctors and medicine
cnnt j0 t .
The samo riile that applies to chll-
jron can bo equauy weu Bppied to
mjc IU1 ULIIUIB I1IU IHIlirBfHMIl. m Ml MI I1UT
Itt,0 bugs emitted wltli overy sneexo
it,i tnr . t . '
. .. '
ni jiaoK on to your own dues tnov
may do you a whole lot less harm ,
thai, thoy would tho next fellow.
To guard against tho disease,' Uio
body bhould bo kept strong and ablo
to fight off dlscuso gorms. This can
, bo done by having a propor propor
i,n 1V ,nvino.
ton 0f worjt, j-y, nnd reat bv ke0D.
jnB t! b0(iy woU clothed, and by oat-
B sufficient, whllesorao, and properly
solcciod food. In conectlon with diet,
js Wti) t0 r0membor that milk is
ono 0f tho host nll-nrmin.i fnodn nh.
Italnablt for adults ns well as children
.!.. f.. t 11 ii.
vuui iubl. "lUfc 1110 IUDUVU IK-
lo microbe, whatever his Jaw-break-.
i"B name may be, are nearly all alike
j'n nr respoct they shun tho go.vl
compsii) oi puro air anu cleanliness
TAKES RUBBER GARMENTS
Slickers nnd Raincoats Comman
deered by Government Agent.
All tho medium length nnd long
raincoats and "slickers" in. the Cox &
Cox department storo woro common-
deerod by tho United States govorn-!
raont on Saturday, October 6. Tho
garments woro bought up for uso In
. KflnKo shn in. nn fn.nMu. v. or Ilgni. J10 triea HIS Oarnaest to Kill ui mm uowever, iuubi uece&saniy oe
1 ! bu, Erown.un children an far L no def,n,to assurance as to what would us off. eliminated viewing the suWariae e-r Germans are declared to he .eetec
oxcrc'slng nrccautlon for themselves 60 rcaI,Md ,n tho,r boha 11 any- Wo have but one kind remembrance cl gardens through glaae-haMaMMd ! 01 aie. oi uw bmc
Unltod States army, and not a singlo 0,ors who buy, sell or uso platinum wrecks of a onco happy, husky tribe A large food pledge drivo will be
garmon may bo bought by private ' must have a license Tho instructions of Sprlngf ioldians would find ease and Bin on October 28. The object of the
persons, i woro rccoivou uy ai, rroncn or ai
Tho agent told tho firm that "tho' "any, secretary of tho Oregon Retail
wholesale cost, plus 10, would bo Jowelors of Oregon,
paid for all tho garments taken. Tho T1o tolegram rocolvod by Mr.
goods woro Btorod In a wholosale French reads, In part, hb follows;
hquso Under tho government seal un-! "Sal possession and use of plati
til Tuesday, then thoy woro shipped to "'m Iridium end palladium n any
a point some where on tho coast. ,orm now subject to provisions of ox
This Ib only tho beginning, as no Ploslvo act regulations. Penalties for
doubt in the near futuro tho govern- violation, $6,000, imprisonment ono
mont will commandoor nil tho ovsr-1 Vnr, 'or both. All Jewelers must so
r.ll and all the muslin. Millions, of 'tro application for llconso No. 11
oyoralls atq needed fntho army and from llconso agent, their cities. Man
tlid'faclQ'rlos nfo working on govern- ufacturoj alteration or ropalr art!c'.03
inont ordors to the exclusion of tho leorlrlnp uso or addition these, metals
morchnut trade. not permitted. Estimated 'inventory
j by wolght ot platinum contont In corn
Home. Restaurant Is Opened. plo;oiy manufactured Jewelry must" ic
A deal, was mado Uio first ot tho company -applications for llconso; also
wook 'whereby Joss Merwlu bocamo Inventory platlnujii content in partly
propiletor-of tho Homo nostaurnnt, ! mmufadturod -nrlioles, filings-'and
owned by .Ed Dompler. Mr. Morwin I scrap, etc. Jewelers' must koop accu-
oponoa thp rostaurnnt toduy. The !
rcstauiant has been closed for several
vnnl(R rind n vn t-vn n r. lo .tlmon,! n 1,
it open again
Saturday In Liberty . Day.
Saturday, Optobor' 12, is tho four
ihundrod and twonty-slxth anniversary
or tho discovery of Amorlcan, Tho'
I'rosldont has proclalmod it Liborty homo, added to tlo offorts ot.tho Amor
Day and requests tho citizens of ovory lean farn.br,' huvo romovo.il foar from
Community In tho Unltod States" to the mtuis' of-our allloq, for this year
colcbrate the day. nt least. LoVs Heop It up,-
PLANING MILL 10
Trusteo Wintormeier Announces
Forty Per Cent to Be Paid
on Labor Claims.
CHECKS TO BE SENT SOON
Trustee Makes Remarkable Showing
In Disposing of Stocks on Hand
In Face of-Trying Market
C. A. Wlntcnnelor, trusteo of tho
Springfield planing mill that wont Into
bankruptcy February 2Cth last, has of.
ifeclod 1e!ont rales from the stocks
on liana to doclaro a dividend today
of m" ln bc,m,r ol tho la,,or c,a,m8
"lcu"od ,nb,cty d.aye prlrt,10 lh I !""!
forty clalmo will benefit by tho divi
dend. i niw ll a Nowiwr!
eentatlve tost nfsht. Mr. Wlntermeier i
8ta,cd l V0. .r TM ,1
uvur fi,uuv, uut uiui. uiuru wuuiu uu
amP' aB8t" aa fa" a realized upon
ilar. This will bo wclcomo news to
tho men employed about tho premises
of tho concern, a number ot whom had
, " -
a consldcrablo amount In wages tied
Tho chocks would bo forwarded to
tho men within a day or two," Mr. Win-1
As to tho claims of othor creditors '
Involvod in the proceedings Mr. Wirf-.sam
in-mBiA, .nuiii mm, n iLin ni n a .... .... .i . . i i npiwAPH pvnr and torn uilaa Tk
wung jtio Biaieu mat more was a
,hR' 18 1,01 enculuec,1' ani1 lh P'lco :
that can bo secured for It. The prop-.
OTtj' in QUCStiOn COnsintB Of four tin.
im....,.,! ,hii ,i. iii
Imnrnvnil Inta ailinfntnf. M. n mill
iwhl:h under normal conditions would
bring $150 each.
Tho mill property Itself is oncum-
b"rei Wllh a mortSKo of B,300, held -
"u- iBjuoaouuuB uur u.
ou"3r interests. While tho roasonablo
i vnmallon 01 1,10 mUl Property Is est!-
iUKtcd nt 7'000' !t ,B doubtful If tho
' proporty nt thls t,mo wou,d 66,1 for j
much ltioro t,,Bn 1,10 fnco of 11,0 mort
w0, 11 18 ,ntcnIe1. however, to:tom on account of long and loyal ser-
. P p, ,ntact' ,n ordor t0 at-
mo ucbi possiDio oners ac a
p ATiM,lft Mnx Tr.
iwurw NU I.U
Instructions Received by
Government Wants Supply.
Any ubo or platinum for tho manu-
facturo, alteration or roralr of articles I
is forbidden and all Jowolora must soil I
nl1 BcraP Platinum coming Into tho'.r :
possession to tho government when,
Ul aniount received by them totals ;
mo tnan ono ounco. ,
Those regulations aro published,
and furuior ordors state that all Jow-
rate rt cords of purchases und sales of
articles containing platinum, showing I
1 i. . ...... , 1 .. .1 . .
fs to transactions,
"All Jewelers who buy, sell, possess
or uso theso motals in any forai with-
.out llconBO aro subject to ponaltios."
self-donlal of tho Amorlcan
Rehabilitated Structure to Be
Thrown Open to Traffic on
; Saturday Evening.
BID BUS GLAD GOOD-BYE
With New Steel Span and Each
Wooden Span Reinforced With
Eighteen Ct4f Piers, Bridge
Safe for Years.
Our probationary period on
limousine will bo over this week.
No more shocks to our frazzled
w morn will that delicate aasollne
' nroraa bo waftcd ,nt0 noBlr,ls that
have raced it braroiy tor six long
weeks without tho protection of a gas
mask. . '
No moro will stomachs, that havo
brought up to better thine,
Bquirm from esophagus to Berlin as
It gulped ln Its oily thickness at ono
end and was Jarred clear up to the
diaphragm from tho other.
No moro -will wo hlko the dark, dis
mal thoroughfare after "service" has
ccasod und curfew has tolled the knell
, ...... f .1
. ui ju4i;h uajit
n0 more will tho "vlllaKO cutun"
with tho million-dollar cold "toofles"
J that steered tho thine from one sldo
f thp road to the other in a wild effort
t0 Eive u tmo "aonnv'fi wnrfh" h
another Bflap like it. Wo hone Undo
will either mako him go to worK
left out ot th enflrn sir Wonka nf inv.
----- - - m. v.
perched on the back step and blew
tho "mi-ahead" whistle nine Beconds
Ikn .l .M O
i" jteci nu uu..i wu o.
. .... . ....
. . . .
: tracK- "e a 101 01 B001 tra,t'-
Ho was kind-hearted and showed
much genuine sympathy when we
camo down after bumping our cere-
tcllum on tho roof; and 'twas refresh-
t . n ,-n . , i,tM .n . . t . M
grjn when they made the bridge grade
0n "liigh." It cheered us up right
smart. Ho dosoryed a better Job than
tho ono ho had. Most people thought
ho was mado captain of tho go-get-
vlco to tho company. This was not
tho man. Hn m, nut thoro oo a rn.
ishment. Ho had fractured some rule
(of tho company. He was so good at
"fracturos" Umt they nut hinfon a Job
I whoro thoro would bo plenty, nnd ho
mado good. Anyway, now that it is
all over but the rejoicing, we wish
him well, and If wo had any "pull"j
with tho S. P. wo sure would use It in
his behalf and get him a regular Job. i
Ho was patient and long-suffering,
and his last kindly act toward us was I
when he peddled tho Information that,
the last spike would be driven .on tho
new bridge at 5:30 p m. Saturday,
October 12, and at 6 o'clock tho first
car would cross, and tho shattered
MISS MILLER lt4 HONOLULU
Writes to Mrs. Miller About Hnwall-
She Likes the Country Fine.
Honolulu, Hawaii, May 10, 1918.
v- . .
ouiuu nmo ubo, oorry 10 learn inai
you have been 111 and hope you are
all right again.
Wo don't got-mall very often now
durjng theso strenuous war times,
Tho last steamor brought 1.4C9 sacks
of mall, nn accumulation of twplvoor
thlrleon days, duo to shinninir con-
goaticn. As a rulo though, wo got-stuffs. Tho food administration hbpaa
mail nt loast once a week. jtb havo cards In all the liomes by No-
Tho rainy soason Is ovor now, and vembor 3y ' '
tho days aro bright and beautiful, with ' :
no uucomfortably hot weather. Tho'. Wrapping Paper.
temperature does not vary moro than
, 1. . 1
I havo not seen all tho places, of In- ington, P- C, to discontinue the un-
terest yot, so am not making, any plans necessary wrapping ot merchandise
for roturntng Just now. ,and to reduce to tho point of absolute
I did not know anyone before J camo necessity tho uso of wrapping paper,
haro, but unllko other placos, one bags, paper boxes and ofllco stationery,
makes friends ' without half trying. .The order is due to tho fact that the
Woman aro free from the petty Jel- government soon will bo forced to
ousy and suspicion that Is eo charnc- divert to munition manufacturers a
lorlstlo of tho women ot tho mainland., large quantity ot chemical pulp used
they aro novor tired, ond always In l-retoforo In making wrapping paper,
a playful mood, and the men are moro
chivalrous and respectful.
I'm sorry that I dl3nTahtfc!patc the
publication of my letter In the Spring
field News. J should havo sent ono
of moro general interest and con
formed td printer's requirements.
Your editor, God bless h'.m, must be
very liberal. I don't remember what
I wrote can you send me a clipping
of tho article?
f do not get tired hero as ln Cali
fornia. I hardly know whether it is
because tho climate is moro adaptable
to my requirements, or because I tired
of tho monotony there. I think I was
mentally weary there most of the time.
Hero there is something different to
look forward to every evening. Peo
ple make dates with you a week, and
even ten days and to weeks ahead,
so that I find it necessary to keep an
engagement book, and as I love to
anticipate things. It delights my little
soul nearly to death, especially slace
I am so unused to so much attention.
I go. homo from work at 5 p. m.,
press my clothes, sew or do other
necessary things until dinner time.
After that I dress and go somewhere
for the evening. Afterwards I set up
in bed and read until midnight or until
tho early hours, and get up at 6:30
a. m. b. d. a. (before daylight savings).
Thero is always something to get mo
!up early Sunday morning, so I do not
get moro than an average of six hours
sleep dally, yet I increase irf weight,
sleep like a brick, havo a ravenous
appetite, and never felt better.
I have not visited any new places
of interest lately, but expect to make
romo new explorations Sunday, and
bring home some guayas (I wish I
ou!d send you some for Jelly they
mako tho best Jelly thero ish then thai
nt Sunday we expect to" make the
trip around the island One feature
boats, these boats having been taken " i.sni m iam -
move- .the equlrment ofIdora, ahjt0Hs aHd IUsse as they, flea,
amusement park in Oakland, here. if. The Anglo French troa-pa
hnnn thnv KlircpBrl fny I' nrnnl ho a
.. . . . . . . .
. 1 .1 1 . f . t t il.t. 1
. auu,"" "Mr. WDlcn nas
nothing of the kind yet.
I Bt clothes made very cheaply here
by the Japanese dressmakers, and
their laundry work is the most beau
Itful ovp. ilr.no nnrl vttrv fliinn
Living expenses are cheaper here,
I think, than in the East, r consider
that It costs very l'.tUe to live ln th
Tho people here are more patriotic
than anywhere else on earth. Of
course there are many wealthy-people
here, but even the noor cod!b and
' ' . .
orientals do more tnan tneir snare,
antl m every movement started,
whether it be Red Cross, Liberty
Bnnds,eyes for the navy or Belgian
relief, Hawaii's quota is always over
There is nothing more to write
NEW FOOD CARDS BY NOV,
Conservation Drive Begins October 23
I To Be Strictly Adhered To.
rirlvn In tri nlp.dn .vrv fnmilv to a
i strict observance to tho now food reg-
"lotions. A Hoover card will bo sup-
I piled for every home and it "is to be'
hung In tho window as the old one
It is a national campaign ami it is
necessary in order to save the 15,000,-
1000 tons ot food stuffs that will bo re-
irnueu uuu muy win uu nauj iui
distribution by October, 28. The new
Icards will bear the official emblem
and sot forth ln detail tho doflnlte
conservation duties of every family.
Each member of tho family must be
mado to realize tho importance of tho
conservation ot all possible food-
Retail merchants are directed by
tha War Industries Board at Wash-
ALLIES SH I
Enemy Line Ferce Back Nine
Miles fn One Day on
BOCHE LOW TREMENDOUS
British Cavalry Pursues Fleeing
Armies R:pMly Into 'Open
Ceuntry Beyend Hlnrfen-
Iturg Line, . - .
The German armies are In full fliglst
before tho British, . America aaK
French forces oa the, front between
Cambrai and St. Quentin. Caatbrai,
the strong point of the enemy la-thfe
region, has been taken by the Canadi
ans in its entirety, and north of Cass
brai the C nadians have deeply pene
trated the German line.
Out in the open east of what osee
was the old Hindcnburg line, carakr
la hustling the retreating foe in what
virtually amounts to a rout. So ft
is the retreat that columns of Um
allied troops la parade formation h
passed through numerous village
completely out of contact with the
In yesterday's attack between Cv
bral and St, Quentin, the allied troops
took 11,000 prisoners and captured 2m
In the fighting 23 German divhsloasi
- moro tban a quarter of a
men have been severely aaaH-lwitdle.
' The maximum depth of the advaa
tCZCCll the GermaUS tO a
trPAt nnrlh and cnnti nf St "---
The first army, pursuing the
rear guards, has advanced about flv
miles to the east of St Qucntia aaH
taken 2,000 prisoners.
For all practical purposes the alMeal
troops now hold the Cambral-St.
Quentin 'railway. The maximum ad
vance at 2 o'clock this afternoon vrw
five miles at Bertry, four miles south
cast of Le Cateau.
Yank-Franco Forces Drive On.
American and French troops am
steadily driving the enemy from Um
Hronn nf tho ,lt.r...rnt ctr.IC.c1, 1
Verdun,' General Pershing reported
today in his communique for yester
day announcing an advance on baefe,
sides of tho Meuee and the captsas
ot moro than 3,000 prisoners dtirtac
( the day. Ho also reported the ea
turo of Cornay against stubborn fight
ing in the continued advance in tees
West of the Meuse, against fnirhsjr
. engaged divisions (hey penetrated eta
t enemy's matu line ot resistance
tween Cunel and Romagne.
In the Argonne they took lerpMr
tant heights to the south ot "Maie
and Joined handB with the Fraask.
They took over 2,000 additional pris
oners. The Americans had their day fiBeal
with major and minor successes
advanced at ever point in tho
where they attacked. Farther to th
east, co-operating with the Freak
troops, American divisions advaaeel
tor a considerable distance east ot tha
Mouse and cleared the Germans et
" Zn Z
of the sector where they had
e a?' UJt trnSf
firo "P" the advancing troops.
High School Education Not Required
to Enter University S.,A, T. CL.
Col. y, H. C. Bowon, ,cDmjnanulnr
ofllcor ot the Students' ..Array TTaia
Ing Corps at tho unlvorsltj-, has rc-i
colved orders telling pf the lowerlrs
of educational standards for entrance
Into training in tho S. A. T. C. A
high school eaucatjon Js. not now me-
This action will probably remit It
cn entrance of 1,000 mou into trahs
lng, Tho university training caasj
has a government contract to. fun
Aunlt has been authorized "at tte,
schqbj otrmiedjclna Jn Portland; aa at
will be organised !mm.edjately,