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i MKDFORD, OKKUON, TIUJHSDAY, JUN10, 1, iftlJI.
COnNELIUS J. FORD
NAMED AS PUOLIC PRINT
Expert Wnnn's Report Shows Money
Paid In hy Southern Pacific In
March not Entered on Tax Letlijcr
as Received Until July.
Shortnno Benan In I OK) hut Was Bin
nest In 101 1 When Over $10,000
Was Short Total $20,898.50.
W. II, Wnini, expert ut-ntinlnut in
ployed ly lliu I'oiinly omul lo go umr
lln hooka of i sheriffa office f r
the pat six yours, has made a pic
liuiiuury report, - showing how the
lltttlllfCi ill tilt hlll'llff'it III'i'IMIIIIn
lotnlhig tUI.OIHI, which former Slier
Iff VV, A. Join paid nut of ponniuil
funds, iioctimuhilcd. The ii'iMirl iIiich
lint say wliti gut Hii' liioiiny, or whin
vmih iliinu willi II, imr doe it ncoiiNit
anyone. A final ri'ixut will tio made
Itegiiii In tiinii
Tim shnrlngc begun in tlm voar
WHO. In totaled .'11 111.1(1 that year.
In IHKt it grew f-'l.'OO, tlm total diorl-
UK" hcing .ftHWn.TtJ. Nenrlv $111,000
nililltioiial disappeared In 11)11, tin1
total shortage at tlm end of tho year
totaling tlll.H.'O.ritl. In 11112 Iho'nn
minl shortage dropcd down to . I77H,
tlm shortage nt the rati of tlm year
Tin rrMit explains how F.ipert .1
IK Wilson tins fooled by muuipulu
lion liiMt .Inly when he reported nil
flinrtno made good. Tuxes to tlm
aiaoiini or r-' I. J J .MO luiil been re
reived It it t not entered on tlm tax
ledger, ami tlm money wns counted
n h part of tlm I axon already entered.
Till uititii')' wns paiil in liy the
Southern Pacific March LM, JOT.', but
not entered ns paid In until nftor Mr.
Wilson hail counted the cash in July
nitli Deputy It. I). Dow. "Thin maul
piilntion," Btnton Mr. Wnnn, "not
only covered tlm shortage Imt eicn
allow t'tl fur a small surplus."
Small Amount Dun Jinn
Si'vrrnl liiimlrril email errors in en
tiles ami collections ivrro corrected
ns a result of thu ainlit, ami several
liuuilri'il dollars In thio Mr. .lorn
from tint county for umiioy paid in
for which mi receipts worn diseov
rrrtl. Mr. Wan ii nlnn slides that former
County t.'lcrk W. K. Colomiiii, "hns
fiiilnl thu far to turn over trust
funds (n hi Ntici'itKor." Demand Iiiim
been made upon Mr. Coleman for the
aiiiouul alleged tine, $'J(HI0. Mr. Colo
iiiau in straightening up the aeoouiitx
with Clerk (Innlner today.
) mm ! n(
REFOGEES FLEE PRESIDENT TO
FROM M O'S
Chaotic Conditions Ohtaln, Accord-
Inn to Stories Brouijht hy Ameri
cans Murder and Plllane hy Ban
dits in Guise of Rebels.
AVERILL HARRIMAN, SON OF THE LATE MAGNATE,
LI8TENIHG TO YALE'S BRITISH ROWING EXPERT
No Prospect of Resumption of Nor
mal Conditions Rebels Again Up
perltand in Many States.
Wilson to Personally Appear Before
Conuress Next Monday Financial
flefcrm Necessary to Ensure Safe
ty and Prevent Panics.
GETS A REPRIEVE
FOR THREE WEEKS
HACUAMKNTO, Oil. Juno iy.
Jnroli ()inlitlmer, the "hum in
llfior," neiilenrcil to linnp: at KoImhii
prlHon tomorrow for an iiMitnult u
n follow primmer, wiih today Klven
ii iinw ImiiMt on lift) by (Invcriior Ill
rain W. Johuiiou, when tlm Kovurnor
liniietl a three, weekH reprluin for
tin condemned man.
Tlitj reprluvti w." Krantud follow-
lutt mlvlren rereliml at tlm rnpltol
hern from tlm clerk of the United
Htateit Hnprenm court, thnt Opium
lieimer'ii appeal for a revernat of
IVderal JiIiIko Van Flrol'ii onler ile
nyliiK n writ of error, wan Kt 111 pend-
Iiik tieforo JuHtlru Vandtivauter. .
Oiipeiiheliner wan nentetirrtl to tllo
on Juno il, hut a two wi-oKr rvprlme
wait Krouted hy tlm governor, llnd
tlm Kninti (lino heen upeclflcd In I he
Ittlcut, mpilovo, tint execution would
liavo taken plncu on July . An n
remilt. throw weokn wero Krantod.
OpjKinlielmor, undur death watch
In hlit rell nt KoUom, expected to
hniiK tomorrow. Iitt night ho ro
ilimNted iiiiihIc, and the prlmiu pilot.
oKraph unit nnt outitldo IiIh cell.
unco lio iiNkeil for an encoro to
"Homebody Clmi lit tlettlnt; It," ru
niarkluK: "I want Frank Kvola to
Oppcuhelmer ntlll exhlhltn a nto
IcIhiii coiiNldered remarhahlo. liy
prlimu Kunrdn. Ho Iiiih reipientt-d
thai no cleriomeu wltneM tho elocution.
IKS OFF MENDOCINO
HAN' FKANOIHCO, Oil. .fuim 10.
WlroleHK inemiHKoH received hero to
day nay tlm Hteanmr Itlvomlilo ho
IoiikIiik to tho Chan. N'eliuin coin
puny, commiiuded hy Captain l).
iiIm(, nank off tho Mendocino count
thlu inoriilnn. Tho outlro now wiih
reuctied hy tho tut; Itolluf, tho nteaui
or Admiral FarniKiit HtiindliiK hy to
aid ir needed. Tho Hlvumldo carried
n l;irK( carKo of luiuhor.
Tho ItlvurHldo wan a utool venuol of
IfiTi toim not, ownod hy tlm Clum
XsiiIhciii hiimhur company of thin city.
Him left Kvorutt, WbhIi,, threo dayn
iiko with a cnrKO )f lumlmr for tho
Houth. Tho VOhroI wiih liullt at Ho
attlo In 180S and had hIiico huou on-
KiiKod In tho coiiBt trado,
CIIIOUSO, Juno 10 A criiBiulo
ncahiHt orKiiulzed labor wan started
hiuo today when tho llulldliiK Con-
Hiruciiou i;mployora iiMhoclatlon at
noon ordered n lockout iiKalnnt twen
ty tboiiHiiiul workora umployed on
lao.ooo.ooo ivoith or huiidinKH. a
doxeu Hkncrapor aro affected. Tho
men nil) ho iliHiulHHcd na noon a a
tho payroll aro completed.
Hocretary CiiiIk. of tho omployorn
iiHHoclnllnn, tin dl that by tomorrow
every iitilnulut In tho city would ho
HAN FIIANCIHCO. Oil. Juno I a. -
llrliutliiK graphic ntorlvn of chaotic
roudltloiiH In Mexico, and t'-llliiK of
murder nnd pllhiKO hy handlti In tho
Kulno of rnlitdi, forty-four men, wom
en ami children arrived hero on tho
Ilrltlnh trump utenumr ColllnKhnm,
which In lu port today from (luay
iiiiih with jr.UO.dOO In gold barn u
Tlm refiiK''""', niimt of whom aro
Amerlcntiit, and Include railroad and
iiIiiIiik men of MtnndliiK. neru taken
ahonrd at (Inayinnit mid .Muzatlnn,
where they nay mnny morn aro ntlll
wallLiiK for an opportunity to flee
from the terrible conditions In the
Notithern republic. No regular pat
(tenner uteaumr beltiK available, the
ri'fuiteen perniinded Captain Khlrley
of tho ColIliiKliam, which unuiilly
ciirrleM coal and liimtivr, to tnko them
away, Tho nhlp'n offlcem Kiilluntly
Kino up their iiimrlerH to tho woman
and children and coin wero arranged
for tho men between deck.
From Ibid to Wore.
Condltlom In Mexico aro roIiix
from bad to worno, accordlns to the
rcftiKci.' and there In no prospect of
n reiumptlon of normal biulnemi.
Thn rebel, who support the pollclcn
of tho (lain Mndcro. nro KnlnlnR the
upper hand fn many ntatet. Th!
federaln ntlll hold (imyninn, hut tho
reheln havo taken llermonlllo and
Ortli. For dayn whllo Ounyman wan
In danger of being taken by tho reb
els, moMi nf tho railroad people fled
to trains which wero hold with ntcnm
up, ready to pull out tho moment
tho expected hontllltlen began. Too
reheln Kent a wild train loaded with
dynamite toward tho (lunyniag yards,
but It wan derailed and tho dynamite
oxpmacu uoioro any dnmago was
"For nix weeks beforo tho arrival
or tho Colllnghani," nald Mrs. W. F.
MrdlnnlH, wife of n Southern l'aclflc
employe, "wo lived on tlm beach bo
low CuaynniH In u sort of tent city.
A largo party of railroad people de
cided It wan nnftir thoro than In our
homed In tho city, whllo tho town
wan lu danger of being attacked and
taken by tlm rebels."
J. A. Jennon, of Ban Franclnco,
who In lutorcntcd In a 7.000.aer
ranchero In tho groat Yaqul valley,
mild hiihlucHn on tho entire went coast
In virtually demorallied. Tho on
posing forwa of fedorals nnd robots
ho nald, havo binned buildings, dyu
limited brldgon nnd left a trail .f
blood ivherover thoy havo gono, levy
lug trlbuto In tho way of provision
O. Kohrer, owner of hotols nt
(liinymaH and Canauea, thinks tho
days u( tho iltiertn government nro
Follows the Regional Reserve Bank
ing System In Matty Features Excepting-
WASHINGTON' June, 111.- IW.
ileiit Wilhon eotiiilrlnd llpw uftctnooii
final urrungetiicuirf for imttiuc
through liiit program of eurrency re
form, lie hopcH to personally rend
Inn mi'KHnge to country in (he Iiouku
on .Monday. Party Jpadero hay it
will lie impotxiljle to pust tho eur
rency hill at the HKeial M-fsinn.
It wrnt learned today that the preni
ilcnt'H mcKHiigu will declare that the
currency nnd tnriff nrp twin necchi-
tii'M and that fiuuuciiil refonn will
eiiniiru to lite country f-nfety from
druftir cuIh in the tnriff duty and
forestall a "iiinuufuctlired panie."
Tho eomproiniio cufrcney hill fin
nlly ngreetl iixni folIowM the "region
al ri'M'rip" liaiikiiiK ijti-m in inauy
u itH featurci', except that govern
ment control it annum!. It dividew
the country into fifteen rocrvrx,
eneh with a overniiitf board, mid nil
under a central rocrve hoard in
Wn-hlnglon. The Ikmuc of $.')00,000,
001) in emergency currency, hnnv
UK)ii federal, hlate nnd local bontlrt,
LIBERTY OP PRESS
t ninntfnn M1
fftninininininK nHDltVnHiHHiinininininiV ninininininininininiB
w .1 SI t3kk 7.P rSMttjr & nnnnnnnnnnH
d Vl '$7K$a& SltillkiiiiinP
3 ipb vslHnP9Dk v 'VnaMnnnnnnBnnw
' SW. - BK.if
V I 4
M 10 Nb'HI
LOSES LIFE IN
Male Suffragette Trfes te Stop Race
Horse at Ascot Will Die Waves
Revolver and Votes for WMten
Flag In Freftt of Runrrfnji Herie.
Knocked Down ami Trampled (a
Death Jackey lWnjtrl-Klrtfl
Witnesses the Affair.
Arerlll llarrlmnnii, (J. M. 3lcIjigeo,i,
If Vnlc doeitn't win (lie nnnunl rat-e
willi Ilnrvunl, for uhich tho ctcwh nt
the two iiniveriticn are now train.
iiiK on the TlinmcN river lierc, if will
not he for luck of concho. .With
Ayerill Ilnrriman, miii of the pent
rnilroad operator, in executive charge,
n host of nthiMTH nru teaching the
KHh how lo row.
Vounjr Ilnrriman, uho will thin
month he urnduntcd from hit uniicr
Uy, him heen k'cii eoinplelo chnrsu
of (he rowing jioliey of Yale. The
IJlue onrwiieu Imie been quurlerei
nt OnlcK Ferry, on the Tlmincs riicr,
for work, and nro now putting on
the finiidiini: touches for their mutual
nice with Hiirinril. which will he
fought out on June 'JO.
INCREASE REWARD FOR
GLENDALE BANK ROBBER
(IMINDALK, Ore, Juno 30. Tlm
(llendiilu Klnlo Hank linn wirod tho
bondinj,' omnpniiy to innrciiHO ita ro
wurd for I lui impluro of itoy Diuumud
In .t.")(l(l( tlccliuiiiK tho rink too pent
for poBHii men to vvntiiro in piirsuil.
II in believed horn Hint Dianiond'H
iippeuranco nt Whlnkoy Crook ycH
lerduy wan merely u blind to make
tlm puiHiioTH hcliovo ho inlomlod to
oroHH lo tlio (lold IJench oouutry.
Khuiiff Qiiiim h wnltltiK nt West Fork
for pack Iioi-hoh nnd iiioiiiiIh o tnko
llio I mil iiK'iiu,
RIVERS IN PINK OP
CONDITION SAYS LEW
HAN FIIANCIHCO, Oil. Juno 10.
.loo l.ovy, Joo Hlvera' innnugor,
arrived today from I. oh AugoloH and
from now on lllvoru will train under
his personal auporvlslou for tho Unlit
with Itltchlo on July 4,
Levy wns not iwrturhod hy tho "o-
porta that Itlvora had boon hitting
tho high apnta along tho bench and
wiih confident that lib) boy line been
taking good enro of Himself.
"I heard from Joo ovory day that
f whs. away,'' said Levy. "Tho ro-
portH VeachliiB I.oh Angolea did not
worry mo at all, 'i want Joo'a frlonda
to know thnt when ho utops Into tho
ring ho will bo lu tho best condition
possible. If condition wins, thou
Joo h winner light now,"
OF AUSTRALIAN BEEF
KAN FltANCISCO, Juno 10, De
claring they nro being hnniporod hy
an order Issued last week by tho
fedoral buroiiu of animal IndUbtry,
officer of tho Union and Oceanic
stoamnhlp companies threatened to
day to abandon nhtpmouta of Aim
trallan fiozon nieata to tbla country,
OBtabllshed two months ago, and
which woro xpoctod to materially
roduco tho coat of living. Sovoral
promluont butchers and inorchuutB
of Han Francisco havo Joined In an
appeal to tho California delegation
In Washington to havo tho order re
scinded. Heretofore only u few carcusos of
ouch Bhlpmont woro Inspected and
tho moat was rondy for distribution
and consumption within twonty-four
houra after arrival. Undor tho now
ordor, each packago must bo Btrlppod
for Inspection, entailing grent loss
of thno nnd nxpeiiRe,
COI.OIIAIJO Sl'KIN'aS, Colo., June
10.- Uefeudiug tho right of newte
pnpers to criticise the courtn, n pap
er on "Tho Liberty of tho Press" ly
United States District Judge Smith
Mel'herson of Iowa was read nt to
day's HosMon of the N'ational Press
association, in convention here.
Judgit MePherKon wiih unable to he
present in pernon. I he paper, which
was tho feature of todny'H nession,
ulsn disiMiosoil tlio California-Japanese
land Inw eontroicrsy, dcclnriug
thnt stales' rights nru suhordinnto to
"A judge must command respect.
He cannot command respect hy be
coming n reduce, or liy ivcuriui; n silk
hat, or n morning rout n white tie, or
hy (speaking in uitternl tones. To
-ny ho should ho honest ia under
stood. It is not much to tho credit
of a man to lmvo said of him that
he in honest.
"Wo nro frco in discussing the
president of tho United Stntes. So
should wo ho in discussing the
courts. Such criticism is helpful
rather than harmful.
"Some courts in the past lmvo un
dcrtnkeu to punish newspapers be
cause of articles criticising tho
courts. That practice is npw vir
tually obsolete. N'o judgo over yot
maintained his dignity hy bringing
nu editor hoforo his court nnd pun
ishing him because of nnimndver
sions through llio columns of a news
PORTLAND, Ore.. June 10. Hy
tho extension of tho Northwestern
Pacific railway north ivnnl from Sher
wood, Cnl., to Shivelv. Cnl.. nnd tin..
building of n new line from there to
(lold llcach, Oregon, the Santa Fe
Soulhcni Pacific interests expect to
liuvo n Portlnud-S.in Francisco con
nection nlong tiie water's wise, it was
It is understood thnt tlio Santa Fe
will havo jurisdiction only ns far
north ns Kurekti. Tho two roads
jointly own the North Western Pa
cific nnd the Southern Pacific ex
pects io use me iitnus recently au
thorized. The course of the line from
Gold Ilench nortliwnrd has not been
decided, it was said nt railroad hend
10 FIGHT ANDERSON
FOR G. A. R. CONVENTION
NKWPHRO, Ore., Juno 10. Threo
organisations of Oregon Vetornns,
tlm O. A. It., W. it. C, nnd Ladies of
the O. A. It., closed their enenmp
incut hero today after selecting Tilla
mook, Oregon ns th placo for tho
next gal liming in 101-1. Snmucl W.
Taylor, of Kugeno was elected com
munder hy n henvy vole.
LISBON, Juno 10. Tho Portu
guese government decided today to
reduce tho legation in Home and also
tlio coiisulutes nt Herlin nnd Madrid.
1 1 lie legal ion nt Itio do Janeiro is to
bo olovuled to tho rank of nn em
hnssy nnd tho omistihito at Oiintniueln
to n legation. A legation in the republic-
of Pnnumu is to ho created.
SAN FRANCISCO, Cnl., June IS.
Champion Willio Ritchie ulrcndy is
making plans for tho future. Ho is
supremely confident Hint lie uill de
feat Rivers mid after thnt battle will
do about four weeks of theatrical
work. Then ho will ho ready to talk
business for n Labor Day or Ad
mission Day bout, possibly with tho
winnor of tho Murphy-Anderson bout
in August. A long rest will follow
this fight nnd on Thanksgiving Day
I... ..ill 1... .....!.. . !.. .!.. ,
iv mi, uv iL'iiuj iv uuill oeivuil Ills
Tlio ouliug on Nolun's ranch Bene
fitted Ritchie greatly, hut ho did
not tnko on ns much weight ns lio had
expected to. Ho has slifficteut sur
plus pouudugo, however, to work, on
when hu begins training, nnd nntici
pntes no trouble in getting down to
1.14. Ho is ns brown as n licrry
nnd looks strong nnd full of vim.
FIRE DESTROYS BREWERY
IN SPOKANE; LOSS $100,000
SPOK'ANK, Wash., Juno 10. Kn
tuiling n loss of $100,000 tho old
llenco brewery, now part of tho Spo
knno Brewing nnd Malting company's
property wns destroyed by fire last
night. Practically nil tho machinery
and fivo hundred thousand gallons of
brew extract, to havo been browed to
dny, wero destroyed. Mrs. William
Fishback nnd son, living beside the
brewery, narrowly escaped burial be
neath tho debris when the tall tower
SAN FRANCISCO. Cnl.. June 19.
f When Promoter Jim Coffmth re
turns Irora nSntu Cruz next .Monday
or Tuesday he will at once take up
me tictaiis ot the proposed IJud An-dorson-IInricm
match, which is as good ns fixed for
August . Malinger Dick Dolinld nnd
Cotfroth'prnotinlly closed the deal
hero yesterday, when thoy held a
long conversation over the long dis
tance telephone. While nil of the
terms were not agreed to, very little
stands Mween them nnd ns Iwth nre
anxious to make the mulch they will
not permit n little diferenco to stand
Donald is extremely anxious to
nine uis boy iwrlunn here, ns it
would givo his northern admirers a
better elmnee to take in the fight.
"Much Inrger delegations would
come from Portland nnd Medford to
Sun Friiucisco thnn would go to
Ias Angeles, becnuso of tho snviug
in time and expense," suit! Donald
before leaving for Ijs Angeles. "For
that reason San Francisco suits me
fnr better than the south."
Donald has n Labor Day or Admis
sion Day fight iu sight and for thnt
reason nsked Cuff roth to set tho
Anderson-Murphy fight for early iu
August, to give n Hud n chance to
rest and get into shape for his Sep
JANITOR GOT OP
LONDON, Juno 10. Emtilatlrio;
tho feat which cost Mum Emily D.1
yldson her life during: the running
of tho Derby, nn unidentified "malo
suffragette," durlns; tho running ot
tho Gold Cup race at Ascot today, at
tempted to stop August Delmont'a
horse, Tracery, whllo ho was head
ing; the field. The man was knocked
down nnd fatally Injured.
Despite tho efforts of spectators
to stop hlra, tho man ran In front
of Tracery waving; his arms, In oho
hand a revolver and In the other a
suffragette flag. Just as the horse
struck him be cried out something
about Miss Davidson and went down
in a heap under the horse's hoofs. -
Tho attempt occurred about six
furlongs from the flnlh lla.
King nnd Qarra Be It.
The man who attempted to stop
Tracery was injured in full sight ot
King George and Queen Mary.
Jockey Whalley, Tracery's rider,
uninjured. The Injured man has not
yet been Identified.
The Gold Cup, richest stake ot the
Ascot race, meeting, was won today
hy.J3lr Thomas Pllklngtoa's Prlnco
Palatine at odds of 4 to 7: Lord
Derby's Steadfast, at 100 to S, was
second, and Samuel Fairs? 'AlephcT,
10 to 1, third. The Gold Cup is one
of the most coveted trophies of tho
Drltish racing world. Including thq
cup and tho cash prlxe, the value ot
tho event was $20,000. The distance
was two and a halt miles. '
King George and Queen Mary
headed a royal procession from
Windsor Castle to Ascot. A bril
liant nsscniblago witnessed today's
events. Tho meet will close Satur
day. Witnessed' Htory.
Eyo witnesses of the exploit said
four men ran In front of Tracery as
the horses thundered down tho
course, one ot them carrying a flag
and a rovolver, attompted to atop
tho Oelmont entry, sheuting: "Stop
or I will fire." He was knocked
down. One of tho fallen man's as
sociates picked up tho revolver and
held tho crowd at bay until his two
uninjured companions escaped. Then
ho throw uway tho revolver and fled.
Jockey Whalley was thrown to tho
turf and painfully, but not seriously,
hurt. King George callod tho In-
rjured rider to tho royal stand and
asked him about what had hap
pened. The Injured "malo suffragette."
was taken to a hospital, whore It'
was found that his skull was frac
tured. Physicians at once performed
an operation, but stated that the pa
tient has no chanco to recover.
STEAM ON HOT DAY SEVEN KILLED
CHICAGO, Juno 19. Firemen
wero callod hero today to put out
tho fires under n rumbling boiler
that threatened to explode whllo fifty
apartment house dwellers, with tho
aid of tho police, took up tho tearch
for George Jones, colored, who still
thinks ho Is tho Janitor or n flat
building at 1J948 West Twolfth stroot
A friendly bartender engaged
ueorgo in conversation lust ulght
nnd piled him with drinks that wero
cool. Jletween two high ones ho
edged iu tho romark that tho wea
therman predicted a startling change
thut would bring freezing tomper.ii
turo beforo morning.
Tho mercury was topping tho
ninety murk and all Chicago was
8iitItorlng. Hut George hurried to his
flat nnd began Industriously shov
ollug coal. Ho shoveled for nn hour
and returned for unother cool one.
At midnight tho riatdwollors be
gan dreaming or Satan and his
abode. At t A. M. thoy uroso, drip
ping wot, nnd loft. Soma spout tho
night with neighbors and others wont
to hotels. They promlso to make it
hot for George.
VALLEJO, Cal Juno 10, Seven
persons nro known to havo been
killed and many Injured in a head
on collision of two cars ou tho Napa
Valley Electric company's Uho two
miles north ot Vullejo ut 10 o'clock
this morning. Four bodies havo boon
taken from tho wreck, but only dno
Identified. That Is of Ed. Judgo.a
baker of Vnllojo,
Tho cars wero running nt a high
rtito ot speed and collided on a curvo
Among the injurod aro J. Wilson,
Vallojo real estato dealer, and Mrs.
Itoonoy, ot Vallejo.
CALL UPON PRESIDENT
WASHINGTON, Juno lO.Acoom
panied hy Ambassador Chimin,'
Messrs. Ilmkfi, Knmaiyn mid Soycdu,
tho Jiipaneso cuvoyn j America,"
culled on President Wilson today,
This nfternoon they wore entertained
luncheon hy Seoretnry Urynu.