The Oklahoma News (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 40, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 15, 1917 Page: 2 of 8
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-THE OKLAHOMA NEWS—PAGE J
3 LAWYERS IN
ONE CASE ARE
Accusation by Henry Carr, at
tomey for Jest- Llttrall, alleged
bank robber, that one of the
county attorney’! assistants had
tampered with a defense witness,
brought the lawyer a scathing
rebuke from District Judge John
W. Hayaon, Wednesday night be-
cause the charge w&as mi
presence of the Jury.
But before the Investigation ti. is
started was over. Assl-tant Cour.tj
Attorney John Hoot horn was severe-
ly reprimanded for nn admitted
conversation with a Mr. Mullins,
•f Foster, Okia., defense witness.
The Jury was ordered out of
tbs room by Judge Havson, while
be Investigated Carr's allegations.
The attorney had stated Mullins
came to him, and related a talk
bo had had with Bcothorn, where-
in the prosecutor had told him In
aubatance. that they (Mullins and
Bcothorn) were members of the
earns lodge, and Bcothorn wanted
to warn him that he was treading
on soft and dangerous ground in
fixing a certain data, and that
tho county attorney’! office had
power to Issue warrants for per-
The witness eras then placed on
the stand, and corroborated Carr's
statement of the "soft and dan-
gerous ground” part, and the
“perjury threats," but no refer-
Soce was made to lodges.
Bcothorn arose, and admitted
having consorted about fixing
♦be data In quaatlon. Whereupon
Judge HaVson declared tnat on
hla own statement, the prosecutor
Was deserving of a vigorous repri-
When tha case had been re-
sumed, Attorney J. Q. A Hamid,
tar the defense, became Involved
hi a word tuasle. Judge Hayeon
ardared him to bo seated, to which
ho rvnllsd ho would sit down—
when bo got ready. >
He got ready at once, however,
sad took his seat, then arose and
■pelogtsail to the court.
Arguments were in progress
W( “ _
Frw hp 1
**■ dr dw but may mark as
mmt M ha thinks apply to him
Mi the order of his liability for
THE BOUNDINGE8T LIFE ON THE BOUNDING MAIN—ABOARD A U. S. DESTROYER
SHERIFF WAS “SORRY" ! and wa. soon relieved to sc.
SO THE MOB DEPARTED Sl'r*Mnt Chlir,ie Iuk*r co®Un* “>
A destroyer pitches and tossse
like a cork. One minute It’s a
mountain climber, and tha next
It tries to Imitate tha submarines
It Is chasing. Here are three
squints at life on Undo Sam's# |
destroyers now patrolling the | heavy seas; (center) the heavenly
waters about England. At the j hour when It's calm enough for
left gun shield and window fitting! la hair cut, with clippers; and
to protect boat forward against I (right) sailor hanging onto the life
lino running the length of the
boat to maka tt possible to go on
dock In rough weather without
being swept overboard.
claims for dsferred
— J ws required and that
| IMP M swera to before the regn-
• mr Mtariss or other publlo of-
MMa with authority, by payhur
",-1 HUT fSee, or without teg,
the following; Member* of
district boards having
over the registrant;
appeal agent. In i»
■Mi to any pending earn; any
•Man dsstgnatad as legal adviser
t» registrants or any
M tha sasse local Jurisdiction as
About Legal Advice.
Ugal advisory boards are being
■llfHlil and will ha found at
phwM Ip bo made known, during
ON day* when registrants will b*
■MwaalSg tha questionnaire*.
■vary registrant to required to
MBgrt within five days 'any fact
developing after ho has filled out
Ml uupsttonnalro, which might
•tango or offset his classification.
Penalty for failure to do this to
a year's Imprisonment
Mho to Bastion 4 of the Instruo-
tlans, which revokes oil exemp-
tions end discharges previously
"All axamptlona and discharges
Made prior to the data of these
Mho and regulations, and all
•artiflcates In ovktonce thereof,
art hereby revoked and all auoh
eertlflcatea heretofore issued
■ball have no further validity."
Beginning on page 4 art the
general questions that every regis-
trant must answer. They follow:
1. State (a) your full name and
pour present age, occupation and
fwidenoe; and (bl your name, ad-
dreea and relationship of your
I If you are employed give
your employer's name and address,
t. Give below all tha occupations
at which you have worked during
the last 10 years, Including your
occupation on May II, HIT, and
sinoe that data, and the length of
time you have served in each oc-
cupation. 4. How many hours
par week have you worked In
the occupation or occupations
ahevu named during the period.
I. At what occupation do you
oongkler yourself moot proficient.
I. Would you bo willing to take
Mgs Casas Beodarho sad Grippe
LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE
removes the cause. Thera ir only
One "Bromo Quinine." E. W.
(MOVE'S slg' -tur* U one box Itc.
Attend Tucker's Cash
Ail newlyweds and others con-
the establishing of a
eau gave 10 per cent to 40
during Tucker's Cash
■ale. All now furniture
free evening school Instruction,
fitting you for service In some
occupation In tha army before
you are called to camp. 7. Men-
tion any previous military experi-
ence you have had, giving organ-
ization, rank and length of ser-
vice. 0 Underline the branch of
tha army In which you prefer to
servo if selected: Artllluj, avia-
tion, engineer corps, infantry,
medical department, ordnance de-
partment, quartermaster corps. 0.
Schooling: Grade reached In school,
years In high school; ytars In col-
health of your wife. Do you or
your wife live with her parents!
If you have stated that you con-
tribute to tha support of any
person except your wife and chil-
dren state whether you live with
such person or persona, and how
much you pay for your board or
subslstonse to them or others.
Supporting affidavits must be
filed by persons named os de-
Registrants claiming right to
dsferred classification because en-
gaged In Industrial o.' agricultural
lere; name of college and subjects occupation each must answer a
especially taken; years in technical
school; name of school and course
pursued. Underline the languages
you apeak wall: English, French,
German. Buts any other lan-
guage# you s.t'tsk. 10. In the
column below draw one Una under
those occupations at which you
have worked; draw two Unas under
those at which you are export
After each underlined occupation
write also the Dumber of years
of experience you have bad In
Thai follow a list of 07 occu-
pations, soma divided into as
many as six branches, from ac-
countant to wireless operator and
from whoslrlght to actor.
-4L If you are an expert in
say occupation not mentioned In
those columns, writs It here. 12.
Have you over been convicted of
a crime. II. If your preceding
answer to "yea4 stats (a) the qama
of the crime; <b) the approximate
data of conviction; to) tbs name of
the court. 14. Are you now con-
fined in prison or reformatory
either; (a) serving sentence or (b)
awaiting trial? II. Are you on
tail under any criminal process?
K so, stale full da tails.
Tha most Imposing array of
questions' faces the registrant wb«
answers “Yes" to tha following
'‘Hare you a wife or child, or
aged, infirm or Invalid parents or
grandparents, or brother under 14
or elsur under II years of age or
a helpless brother or atour of
whatever age, mainly dependant
on your physical or mental labor
Thorn who claim no depend
enU may disregard the queries
that follow In Berios X0, but those
making affirmative rsep.-nees
must then reply to these In turn:
State whether you are married,
single, widowed or divorced. If
you are married, sUU (a) the
place, (b) date, and (c) the person
by whom the ceremony was per-
formed. Give the name, roiatlon-
long list of detailed questions,
which will bo explained In an-
other article, tomorrow.
LITTLE SUNLIGHT IN
FRANCE SAYS LETTER
"Tlieso fellows over hero haven't
much use for water, except to
wash in,” aays Lieut. William It-
MoGlasaen, with tha American ex-
peditionary force In France in a
letter written Oct. It and Juat re-
ceived here by Alton Brooks.
He gives a laughable account of
the seasickness of the boys en-
route and describes that section
of France where they art sta-
tioned as old and quaint, with a
wine shop every other door.
"Havn't seen the sun but ones
since wo landed,” ho writes.
IOWA SAMMY THOUGHT
MISSING, PROVES SAFE
By United Pm*.
Collins, Iowa. Nor. 18.—Dewey
Kern, member of the American
expeditionary forces in Franco, re-
ported to have been missing fol-
lowing the first German raid on
the Sammies' trenches, to safe and
With his regiment
This Information was reoceived
in a cablegram to hto mother,
Mrs. George Tipton, hero today.
THINK U-BOAT ZONE
MAY BE TRANSFERRED
fly United Pm*.
London, Nov. 16.—England's sat-
isfaction with tho official report
showing tha low mark reached
in Germany's submarine warfare
was tempered today by queatlon
of whether a contributing cause
might not be a plan In Berlin to
change the xone'of U-boat opera-
The week’s official sinkings
showed only one merchantman of
more than 1400 tons and only live
below that tonnage.
New York, Nov. 16—Elmer Dwlg-
glna, New York Insurance man,
Is reported under arrest by post-
office Inspectors in Montgomery,
It to alloged he swindled per-
sona who purchased Liberty bonds
BEDFORD NEW HEAD OF
ir pin. with Initials
idar please return to
or call Wal, Hit.
—i acre1 school land,
or trad* for horao,
indent rooms with
ship, address and age of each par
son mainly dependent on your I SWINDLED BUYERS OF
labor for support. Which of such | LIBERTY BONDS, CHARGE
dependents lives with you and how __’
long has each tived with you? As B VniltJ
to each dependent, state when
you began to contribute to his or
her support. 8tato both the ap-
proximate total and tho average
monthly amount of your support
of your wife and children during
the last 12 months. How much
have you contributed to the sup-
port of each other dependent dur-
ing said 12 months? As to each
dependent, state whether such per-
son is wholly dependent on your
labor tor support? Has any de-
pendent other than your wife or
child a brother, father, mother,
uncle, aunt, husband, wife or
child? If so give name, ago. ad-
dress and occupation of euch.
What was your total income
from all sources during the lost
11 months, whether (h) In cash or
(b) In other thing of value. How
much of this was the fruit of
your labor, mental or physical?
Give a full statement of all prop-
erty owned by or held In trust
for you, whether Income-producing
or not; and net Income from
same, during last 12 months. Char-
acter of property: Ileal estate,
principal and Inoome; personal
property, principal and Income.
Do you own the house you live
In? Does any of your family or
dependents own It? Does nay
of your dependents own the house
he or she lives In? Do you rent
your house? If so, state tho
monthly rent and name and ad-
dress of landlord. Have you paid
any taxes during the last year? If
so, state separately the amount
paid on real estate, on personal
property xml income tax and
name the officer to whom paid.
If there to any encumbrance on
any property you own, state its
nature and amount. State in
money value all property owned
by or held in trust for any person
named aa dependent. Stats earn-
ings of each named dependant dur-
ing preceding it months. Stale
amount of contribution to each
dependant during said IS months
by persona other than you. nam-
ing such dependents, contributors
and amounts. State amount pel
month you consider necessary for
support of all your dependents.
Has your wife been employed
during any portion of the past
It months? It so, outs period of
employment with dates, nature of
her work, and amount of her
earnings. Has your wlfo ever!
been employed? If so, in what
calling? Is your wife trained or
’killed In any calling? Jf so In
whatt Btoto the condition of
NOT GOING TO
OE A STRIKE
fly United Frees.
Cleveland, O.. Nov. 13.—'There la
not going to be a rall.oad strike—
don't even Imagine it for a min-
With that statement W. O. Lee,
president of the Brotherhood of
Railway Trainmen, which to vot-
ing on a demand for increased
wages, registered today hto faith
in President Wilson's policy.
Moral support may not be given I
the Brotherhood of Railway Train-!
man by tha Locomotive Engineer* |
In case tha vote of tha former,
now In progress, leads to a situa-
tion that would handicap tha na-
tion at wm.
In a ringing statement with pa-
triotism Its keynote, W. 8. Stone,
president tf the engineers, repre-
senting 76,000 of them, said today
tha engineers "place love of coun-
try ahead of everything."
fly United Pres*.
New York, Nov. 16.—A. C. Bed-
ford was elected chairman of the
board of directors, Btandard Oil
Company of New Jersey, today.
Bedford haa been president of
to meetTn plan for
RED CROSS SEAL SALE
A meeting Saturday of Oklaho-
ma City's executive committee of
the Oklahoma Society for the Pre-
vention of Tuberculosis Is ex-
peeled to stimulate widespread
Interest In the campaign to be In-
augurated shortly for a huge sale
of Red Cross Sesls.
Charles W. Gunter, local in-
surance man, has accepted the
chairmanship. Ninety per cent of
the sales proceeds will come to
Oklahoma to promote educational
Oklahoma is expected to soil
several million seals at a penny
SUGAR FOR TAMMANY
fly United Pm*.
New York, Nov. 16.'—Jimmy
Kelly, Tammany captain, distrib-
uted three pound aaoks of eugar
to hto constituents today to cele-
brate Hylan's election.
NAVAL HEADS CONFER
fly United Frees.
London, Nov. 16,—Admiral Ban-
son. chief of the U. 8. navy board,
has bean actively conferring with
British navy officials, according to
an admiralty announcement today,
which declared that the close co-
operation is Improving the sub-
wagon Mar Appoint
fly United Prrt*.
Washington, Nov. 16.—A rail-
road "dictator” may be appointed
by President Wltooa.
Determined that war transpor-
tation shall not be tied up by a
strike, the president today had un-
der consideration not only tho re-
fusal of the Big Four brotherhoods
to arbitrate their wage demands '
but also the critical freight conges-1
tlon, car shortage and railroad fin- j
ance problems. |
A dictatorship similar to the gov-1
eminent control of food, fuel, pri-
ority and shipping to being urged
unofficially to turn the country’s
railways completely and solely Into
a war machine.
WUI Stop at Nothing
The president’s closest advisers
declared today he would atop at
nothing to keep open the rails for
munitions, coal and other essentials.
If he does not sway the brother-
hood chiefs by persuatlon, hs has
recourse to government control,
with the workers drafted at army
Good bread can be made only
from the right kind of flour. Today I
The News prints an expert's advice
about selecting flour for mixing the
BY HANNAH WESSLING.
(Bread Expert, Department of
Flour, when mixed with water,
forms an elastic mass. This to
due to gluten, the particles of j
which tend to cling together when |
the dough Is pulled or when It Is
stretched by the formation of bub-
bles of gaa within It.
Glutens, however are not all
alike. Some are far more elastic
than others and can be more eally
stretched. Rome, too, are stronger
than others and can be more easily
break less easily when stretched.
Good bread flour, therefore, has
not only the right amount but also
the right kind of gluten.
A good bread flour should be
BIO DRESS SALE STARTS
Be sure and read the Emporium
Dress Announcement In today's
paper and be on hand early Fri-
day morning for the sale.
very fine, but when rubbed be-
tween the fingers should feel
slightly gfanular, and If pressed
In the palm of the hand should
fall apart easily, neither remaining
tightly packed nor showing the Im-
print of the fingers.
Some poor qualities In bread
(muHtinesH, for example,) generally
are due to the way In which flour
has been kept
Care of Flour.
Flour should always be kept In
a cool, dry place, away from dust,
files, and vermin, and, since it
absorbs flavors easily, away from
other food* or other supplies which
have strong odors. This applies
equally to the home and to the
Mustiness In bread It believed
to be due to a mold, which to
likely to get either Into the flour
or on the bread Itself.
Ropiness In bread, a condition
particularly likely to. occur In hot
weather, Is due to a common
Molds and bacilli are living, or-
ganisms which can generally be
killed by the heat of cooking.
When flour or bread has become
Infected with either, the receptacle
In which It has been kapt should
be scalded and dried or otherwise
sterilized before a new supply of
flour Is put Into it
IN CHICAGO AVERTED
fly United Press.
Chicago, Nov. It.—The strike
of 17,000 truck drivers scheduled
for 6 o’clock this morning, was
prevented thru further concession*
by the Cartage exchange, an em-
VILLA HOLDS OJINAGA
Ay United Press.
Presidio, Tex., Nov. 16. — The
Mexican village of OJlnaga, oppo-
site Presidio, Texas, was today In
tha hands of tha Villa forces which
WATERWORKS ROCK IS
DELAYED EN ROUTE
And now It* tha Rock Island
that's delaying the waterworks
Between Holdenvllle and Okla-
homa City, 17 cars of crushed rock
are Rock Islanding their time away.
THE BIG TIME GUY
This is Reckless Ralph, the
wolf with the three-candle power
thinker and the 60-horsepower
chin works. His
sounds like this;
"Oh, boy, I'm
•11 In this a.
m. Didn't get
In till I. out
with a gang
--from the Uni-
verslty. Didn’t want to go but
they came around to tho house
and dragged ms along,” etc., etc.
Y'know hto brand—II per week,
and around with millionaire's sons
He's such a popular canary.
Only associates with much money
lizards. He's always wilding
around with so and ao's son in
hto roadster. Wants to bo known
as a wild oat fllnger, etc.
Oh, well, wo guess we’ve an-
noyed you enough with this series
or got you to thinking of pests
when you're trying to loosen up
with smiles lc these trying times,
so, as you ,pas* out on the left
drop a penny In the box to help
buy an Isolated island for would-
be sports, four-flushes, eto. Oh,
thank you, kind sir, for the ten-
dollar bill. _o. A.
Westfall Drug Co.
—for 15 years the Btandard akin
remedy—a liquid used externally
—Instant relief from Itch.
A D the mildest of cleansers
ullAr —keeps the skin always
clean and healthy. Come
in and ask us about both.
The“Makings" Of A Nation
Colonel Benton W. Hough,
166th Infantry. U. S. A.,
"falling Hit Own”
READ THIS CABLE
Herman J&ffee, Hoboken:
Need "BULL" DURHAM. Feeling
fine. Send by mail. JACOB JAFFEE
LOOK POM TNI1 MM
Cleaned and Pressed
Good Work Auto Seme#
SUCCESS CLEANERS -
fly United Prett.
Parsons. Kens., Nov. IS — The
angry mob, 20 automobile loads
of U, drove from i'eruons to Os-
wego, where John Murines, sue-
pected of the murder of Mr». II
O. Wicks and her two children la
held In Jail.
Sheriff Jim Elam stepped to the
front of the Jail when the mob
arrived and after hearing their do
"Sorry boys .very sorry, but you
can't have hla."
The ''boys' headed their auto-
mobiles for home and the party
POLICE STATION DOOR
IS SCENE OF BATTLE
"G’wan now I ain't botherin' yuh,
g'wan an' lemma ’lone."
"Teh I’ll let yuh 'lone, see this
here knife Betty? Well that's
whut I uses on wenches whut In-
terferes with muh, see?"
And then the two negro women
tangled. The scene was immediate-
ly In front of police station and
tho cause was: Betty Day hud
filed complaint against Beatrice
Prother for using obsene lan
Offlcor Duvall Harrold mixed In,
FOR THAT GOUGH
Dr. BelTs Pine-Tar-Honey Will
Provo Ideal Treatment.
TOR COUGHS AND COLDS
—take e prompt end effective rraedyeM
that acts quickly end contain* no opiatM
You eta fet such a remedy by aikiai tot
(Published hi The Oklshoms Kewa,
November 15, 22. 29, Decem-
ber «. 13. 20. 2", 1917.1
TO THU OWN Kit. OWNERS. TEN-
ANT oil TENANTS OK THE
FOLLOWING DESCRIBED REAL
ESTATE IN THE STATE OK
OKLAHOMA, OKLAHOMA COUN-
Lots Thirty-One (31). Thirty-Two
(321, Thirty-Seven 137), Thirty-
Eight 13SI, Thirty-Nine (3»l and
Forty MO). In Hlork Forty-Three
< 43i. I'uliistii Heights Addition to
You and each of you are hereby
notified that the undersigned are
the holders of Tt.x Sale Certificates
Nos. 2774. 2776. 277S. 2777, 4223
and 4129. Issued on the let day of
November, 1915. on the above de-
scribed property, and unless re-
demption be inode from said sals
within sixty days after service of
this notice, a tax deed will be de-
manded and will be Issued as pro-
vided by law.
J. Y. THORP.
BEULAH M. THORP
CHAS. M. THORP
Holders of Cer!l'‘ .:
A neglected cough may lead to
such dangerous bronchial or lung!
ailments, that proper attention 1
with Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey
cannot he begun too promptly.
You can absolutely depend on
this remedy as it has proved ef-
fective In thousands of cases where j
a hacking cough, difficult breath-1
Ing, Inflammation or hoarseness1
were Involved. It* balsam and
healing Ingredients soothe the
throat, loosen the phlegm, the un- j
tlseptln properties check the cold
germs and feverish or grlppy
feelings are promptly allayed.
Take Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey
at once, not only tor quick and
gratifying relief for all distressing
symptoms, but to prevent serious
after-effects. Don't let a cough
hang on all winter; aelay to dan-!
Tsar this ad out and take It to
your druggist with 25c and he
will give you tho genuine Dr.
Boll's Pine-Tar-Honey. — Advertise-1
OKLAHOMA CITY PEOPLE
SNOULD EAT PIE DAILY
Pto to wholesome, combining
both fruit and grain. Those who
have trouble digesting pie should
take ONE SPOONFUL simple
buclthorn bark, glycerine, etc., as
mixed In Adler-tka. This flushes
the ENTIRE bowel tract, removes
foul matter which poisoned your
stomach for months and relieves
ANY CASE sour stomach, gas ot
constipation. Leaves stomach In
condition to digest ANYTHING.
Westfall Drug Co., 204 W. Main
CHANGE IN TRAIN
SUNDAY, NOV. 1ITH
Train 111 Will depart for
Lawton and interme*
diate points at 12:45
p. m. instead of 12:05
Train 112 Will depart for
Kansas City and inter-
mediate points at 6:10
p. m. instead of 6:30
Train 407 Will depart for
Lawton and interme-
diate points at 6:30 p.
m. instead of 6:00 p. m.
Train 112 Will arrive from
Quanah, Lawton and
intermediate points at
5:00 p. m. instead of
6:10 p. m.
No change n other trains.
L. W. PRICE, D. P. A.
Oklahoma City, Okla.
Old Shoes Like New
Phase Walaat MIS. Work Calls!
for aa* Delivers* Free
Comr K«bluo* mi Pint Stmti
Credit if !•«
GRAND AND UAHVEY
()?1PI n f HOJM rUWNl.'.MLH*/
AA to D
BOSTON SHOE SHOP ^
W 124i/2 w. MAIN ST.
r Take Elevator
Mall Order* a
A Removal Sale of*"
On account of our Increasing bualnass ere are obliged to I
■ock larger and mors commodious quarters, and have ar-J
ranged to offer our entire stock of millinery at prices be f
low tho wholesale cost today. Below arc a few of ouri
many wonderful bargains from which you will be able to)
make a purchase at less than half tha original cost.
(tart and Aigrette Trimmed Halo— Mil hfl
(values up to (H-W and «M-N) .............) I Us UU
Gold. SUrer and mirirtaunad Hato-
(valaas ap to *M* to US.**.....
Lyon's Mlk and Penns Velvet—
Large, medium and small effects;
(value* to tlt.W and lit.M)......
35 te 315.00
.35 to 37,50
Come, Taka Advantage of This Wonderful Money-Saving Removal Salat
Frances Richardson Hat Shop
U NORTH ROBINSON*
Were Satisfied, Thank You
The real satisfaction of life comes many times from
the getting of the thing hoped for. It is opposite of dis-
appointment. These people used NEWS want ads and
found them true.
THIS RENTED A HOUSE
FOK RENT —- 5-room modern
house with barn at 60C IS. 7th.
Phone Walnut 7572.
A COTTAGE RESTED
5-ROOM cottage; modern; good
location. Call Walnut 1578.
FOP!U1 THE BOY
WANTED—Boy over lfl years
of age for check room, SkIrvin
Hotel. Inquire for Mr. Klrsch.
, CAME Qtl< K
BLACKWELDER Apart mentx,
Feventh and Harrison; for rent. I
two room and one three-room
completely furnlehed apartments.
Call at 317 E. 7th. Wal. 2751.
The reason that so many people find satisfaction for
their wants thru the NEWS want ad page is two-fold.
The thousands of people that read the NEWS every day
combines with the confidence that the general public
has in the NEWS to make it the state’s most popular
Want Ad medium.
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Parker, G. B. The Oklahoma News (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 40, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 15, 1917, newspaper, November 15, 1917; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc860238/m1/2/: accessed December 11, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.