FOR SALE. 1 MAGNIFICENT Oak Sideboard for Sale, i M. handsomely carved and mirrored. Height 8 feet 9 inches length 6 feet. Price, £ 18 bargain. Photo on application. Thomas, 36, Harbour Road, Barry. 249;01 HorsEs in course ot erection and com- jLl pletion for sale at Ystrad Mynach. Rental 25/- per lunar month. Good position ia corning centre. For particulars apply— George Davies, Builder and Contractor, "Awel-fan." Ystrad Mynach. 242,98 FOR Joinery, Mouldings, Turnery and JU Timber, you cannot do better than with the Barry Dock Steam Joinery Company, Limited, Barry Dock. National Telephone 198. 230,99 TWO Manual lleed Organ with pedals (30 T notes) for Sale. Excellent condition. Very powerful. Suit Sunday School or Mission Going abroad. Price, £ 10. Thomas, 36, Harbour lioad, Bairy. 248/01 $" WANTED. WANTED to rent at Treherbert or ww Treorchy, six or seven roomed house with bathroom. Apply, with particulars, i Box 301, "Rhondda Leader Office, Tony- pandy. WE buy Old Gold, Silver Watches, W Chains, Rings, Precious Stones, False Teeth, Platinum, highest prices given cash or offer by return. Manager, City Optical Co., 1, Royal Arcade, Cardiff. (-235/03 TO LET. SUPERIOR Apartments to let at Ton, Pentre; every convenience; H. & C. Bath suit two gentlemen friends.—Apply, Box 661, "Rhondda Leader" Offices, Tony- pandy. RIM ROSE VILLA, Primrose H?l, Tony? -P pandy. Apply—Ev?ns & Griffiths, Grocers, Tonypandy c247]101 MUSICAL. _I WADDINGTONS Waddingtons, Waddingtons, Post Office Buildings, PORTH, Have the following Bargains in Stock. Zlb 103. Od. <;»sh—A Piano worth having. XIS 109. Od < 'ash—A Piano we defy one to beat. £ J4 10s. (Jd. Canh—A Piano used at the Eisteddfod at Porth Palace. .£26 10s. 01. Cash-A Piano and Mandolin combined, a marvel. .£30 10s. Od. Cash—A Piano that we want you to hear. All the above Pianos can be had on our extended hire purchase system, from I of; per month. ORGANS. ORGANS. A Beautiful RP?tINGFIELD ORGAN, 4 sets reeds, 10 ? stops, octave compass. Price, 16 Guineas, at 8,0 per month. A Fine FARRAXD ORGAN, mii ror top,ill stops, octave 1 compass, and knee swells, being little used, a great sacrifice for spot cash. WE have just received a HAMILTON CHANCEL ORGAN, a full powerful tone, 16 stops with sub- bass, and 16 foot stops on bass, also 16 feet stops on treble, suitable for Church, Chnpei, or Mission Room a bargain for cash or can be had on our extended hire purchase system. Ten years guarantee given with all our instruments. TllUNING and REPAIRING by first-class workmen. Estimates free. OLD PIANO taken in exchange. Waddington & Sons, Ltd, Post Office Buildings, PORTH. TILLY THOMAS, R.M.C., First prize JL winner National Eisteddfodau 1908, 1909, is now prepared to give lessons on Violin, Pianoforte and Theory. 7, Canning Street, Ton-Pentre. :->02 i 1 Do you want MONEY P lor extending your business, entering into a new busi- ness, or for any good purpose whatsover ? Apply THE SOUTH WALES EQUITABLE MONEY SOCIETY Registered nnder Friendly Societies Act), ALBERT CHAMBERS, HIGH STREET, CARDIFF. PENrRE-E. T. Davies, Victoria Chambers. t'lERNDALE-W. J. Jongs, Tudor Chambers. MERTHYR—A. T. Smith, t, Castle Street. As'nU wanted in 10\\11" unrepresented. £ 6 iOs. for Js id. per week for 2,. :)(1. per week, .nd on up to £ 32 10s. for 5s. ^a. per week, Assets nearly £ 50,«XK). A>k for balance-sheet and prospectus. 632 -? -?- ?- -+- ¡ MONEY. THE OLD-ESTABLISHED PROVINCIAL UNION BANK continues to lend immense sums daily, from C10 to £ 5,000, oi. Note of Eand Alone, or other Security, at a few hours' notice, to all classes in any part of England and Wales, repayable by easy instalments. No good application is eve. refused. All communications Htrictiy private. Moderate Interest. Special rates for abort periods. The largest, best known, and most honourably conducted Businesg in the Kingdom. ?oosand.8 of our regular customers ?nave expressed (100?. eottre satisfaction in repeated transactions, with us. If desired, one of our Officials will attend at your residence HI once with Oash, and carry out the advance THERE AND .THSN. Call, or write (in confidence), to the Maxaqxb MR. II. C. HARPER, 1, Qubkn squarr, BRISTOL. ?-?- -? ?- IMPORTANT TO MOTHERS. Every Mother who values the health and cleanliness of her child should use HARRISON'S Reliable" NURSERY POMADE. One application kills all Nits and Vermin, beautifies and strengthens the Hair. In tins 4jd. And 9d., postage Id. George W, Harrison, Chemist, Beading. Sold by Chemists. Agents, Emrys Richards Chemist, Coodymeinion, Tonypandy; D. E. Davies, Gbemist, Treorchy W. R. Williams, Chemist. Medical HaD, Tylorstowc J. P Lewis Chemist, Medical Hall, Ynyafatr. c218j29 E. DAVIES, Auctioneer, Accountant, House and Estate Agent, MAESYRHAF, TYLORSTOWN. Nat. Tel. Xo. 14 Ferndale. Properties Negotiated. Mortgages Arranged. Valuations made. Rents Collected. Distance no object. 353 Eisteddfodau Fixtures. May 27.-Drffl Hall, Pentre. June 5 (Whit-Monday).—Barry. June 6 (Whit-Tuesday).-LhmhaiTan. June 6 (Whit-Tuesday).—Cwmaman, Aber- dare. July 29.-Britou Ferry. Sept. 25.-Nazareth, Abercynon. November 22.—Queen's Hall, London. LLANHARRAN EISTEDDFOD WHIT-TUESDAY, JUNE 6, 1911. CHIEF EVENTS. Male Voice, "Deep Jordan's Banks" (D O. Jenkins), £ 20. Mixed Choir, "Ar don o flaen gwyntoedd (Dr. Parry) Pli S. Juvenile Choral, "In the snow now let us gather' (Pedr Alaw), ?M. Action Song, OtMer Herrin (Annie Irvin), ??. -ketion Song, Guinea each. Recitations, Pianoforte, Vioiin, etc. Progranimes lid. post free, from Secretary, J. Thoma", Argoed Edwin, Llanharran, 559 QUEEN'S HALL, LONDON. (Sole Lecsees CIIAPPEL & Co. GRAND Chair EISTEDDFOD Wednesday, Nov. 22nd, 1911 MALE VOICE COMPETITION, Prize ;£80 SECOND CHORAL (Mixed), Prize iC25 J)ramu, Poem, Solos and Hecitation. Full List of Subjects (Post free Id.) of the Hon. Sees. J. Davies, 107, Falmoutb Road, London, S. E., D. B. Jones, 24, Distin Street, Lambeth. London, S.E. 648 Workmen's Hall, Abercynon A GRAND EISTEDDFOD Under the auspices of Nazareth Welsh B..ptist Chapel, Abercynon, will be held at the above hall ON MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 25th, 1911. ADJUDICATORS. Music Mr JOHN PRICE, Rhymney. Mr. AKTIIUR THOMAS, Aberdare. Recitation, &c.. Mr. WILLIAMS, Head mast,er Mountain Ash County School. Male Voice Competition, £ 15. Mixed Choir Competition, J610. Children's Choir, £4. Champion Solo, £ 1 Is. And numerous other competitions. Programmes id. each (by post, Ud.) may be obtained froiti the Seei-etat-ies-.Ilr. J. Moi-gan, 49, Glaiicynon Terrace, Abercynon Mr. Henry Griffiths, Kenflg House. William Street. Abercynon. GnS PUBLIC HALL, Briton Ferry. First Annual Grand Arts and Crafts Exhibition AND EISTEDDFOD Will take place fron. July 25 to 29. Arts and Crafts Exhibition From July 25tb to 27th. EISTEDDFOD on SATURDAY, July :?!I. CHIEF CHOI,'AL-" We never will how down."—Judas Macab;t>u> Prize, £ 25 and Cold Medal. MALE VOICE—" Crusaders.—Prize, f20. ,JUVENILE CHORAL—"The Stream and the FION%,er." T. Price. First Second 92. ALL SOLOS, £1 Is. CHAMPION RECITATION, 10/6 and Chair -? -0_ BARRY ISLAND REFRESHMENT ROOMS, WHITMORE BAY (Opposite Western Entrance to Sands). Luncheons & Teas Provided at Moderate Chaste-. Large and small Parties, Schools, Cyclist-, etc., catered for. LARGE ROOM FOR PARTIES, i PRIVATE ROOM FOR VISITORS. All communications to be addressed to- E. LONG, Manageress, Barry Island. 1;54 PUBLIC NOTICES. Rhondda Urban District. SHOP HOURS ACT, 1004. WARDS NOS..5, 6, AND 7. AND THAT PORTION OF WARD NO. 8 KNOWN ?S K-NOW- AS APPLETREE, DINAS. GROCERS & PROVISION MERCHANTS AND HOUSE FURNISHERS. WHEREAS the Rhondda Urban Dis- W trict Council, after due compliance with the provisions of Section 3 (1) of the Shop Hours Act, 1904, have made, and have submitted to the Secretary or State for confirmation, a Closing Order whereby all Shops throughout the portions of the District comprised in Wards Nos. 5, 6, 7, and that portion of Ward No. 8 known as "Appletree," Dinas, in which the Trades of Grocers and Provision Mer- chants and House Furnishers are carried on, are as regards such trades required to be closed as follows, viz.: — GROCERS' AND PROVISION MER- CHANTS' SHOPS. Mondays, from 7.30 p.m. Tuesdays and Wednesdays, from 7 p.m.; Thurs- days, from 1 p.m.; Fridays, from 8 p.m. and Saturdays, from 11 p.m. HOUSE FURNISHERS' SHOPS. Mondays and Fridays, from 8 p.m.; Tuesdays and Wednesdays, from 7 p.m. Thursdays, from 1 p.m. and Saturdays, from 11 p.m. Provided that during the week preceding any hank Holiday, or a day appointed by Royal Proclamation as a day of General Fast, Humilia- tion, or Thanksgiving, the Order shall not have effect. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a Copy of the Order may be obtained by any person whom it may concern on application at the Council Office^s. Pentre, Rhondda. AND, FURTHER, that if any person desires to make any objections to the pro- visions of the Order, he should address a written statement to the Secretary of State, Home Department, London, within one month from the date hereof i.e., before the 19th day of June, 1911. Dated this 19th day of May, 1911. W. P. NICHOLAS, Clerk of the Council. BARDDONIAETH. YN Y WASG, i ddod allan yn fuan, JL TLYSAU'R AWEN," cyfrol o Fardd- oniaeth yn cynwys Telynegion, Cadwyn o Englynion, a Darnau Adroddi dol. Pris mewn Amlen. Is., Llian, Is. 6ch, i'w cael gan yr awdwr, D. P. George, Tonyrefail. 616 Pontypridd Union. LLWYNYPIA INFIRMARY. APPOINTMENT OF MALE ATTEN- DANTS. THE Guardians of the above Union JL invite Applications for th,* follow- ing appointments for their New Infirmary at Llwynvpia. (1) Two Male Attendants who have had previous experience in Nursing. (2) One Bathing Attendant. Candidates must be between 25 and 45 years of age, strong and active. Persons appointed will be required to take charge of the aged and infirm men. Must be able to shave and rut hair. Salary 30s. per week for the first year, 32s. Ga. during the second year, and 35s. per week alter, together with Uniform. Appointments will be made subject to the provisions of the Poor Law Officers, Superannuation Acts, 1896 and 1897, and to the approval of the Local Government Board. Forms of application may be obtained from me, the undersigned, and returned to me not later than Tuesday, the 30th day of Mav, 1911. WM. SPICKETT, Clerk to the Guardians. Union Offices, Pontypridd, 23rd May, 1911. 667 SALE BY AUCTION. I Wind Street, Ynyshir- DESIRABLE SALE OF LEASEHOLD PROPERTY. MR. WILLIAM MORGAN has been L favoured with instructions to Sell by Public Auction, at the EAGLE HOTEL, YIIN-Sllll., on TUESDAY, the 30th May, 1911, at 7.30 p.m., subject to such Conditions of Sale as shall be then and there read, all these Valuable Leasehold Dwelling-houses and Premises, Known as Nos. 14, 15, 16, 17 and 18, Wind Street, Ynyshir, and now in the occupation of Messrs. Morgan, Wright, Rosser, Knight, and Thomas, and pro- ducing a. rental of £ 5 18s. per lunar month. The Premises are held by virtue of a Lease for the term of 99 years from 1st January, 1886, at, an annual ground rent of £:0. The Auctioneer desires, to call attention to this Sale. as the property is situate in close proximity to important collieries, and always command good tenants. Further particulars may be had of the Auctioneer, Trealaw and Tonypandy or of Mr. W. T. DAVIES, Solicitor. 665 Bridge Chambers, Perth. Setchfield & Sons Se!??'!?l?'?? B?LDI?,?ns I The Hayes, Cardiff, MESSRS. A. SETCHF1ELD & SO? ?'i_ Sell by Auction at the above address on Mondays and Thursdays, at 2 p.m., and Saturdays at 7 p.m. A large assortment of useful Household Furniture ¡ sold at each Sale, which are removed trom I various residences for absolute sale Telephone—01194. Nat I -——————————————————————————— OFFICIAL DEPOT for GRAMOPHONES RECORDS, &e. HEATH & SONS SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE AGENTS l ot: rn f, <'Ei,i:i!i;.vn;ri 's ALUTHNER PIANOFORTES <1 (IlOKlZONTAI. G I: AX IK AND ALSO BECHSTEIN, Bl.W.DWIUOD. STECK, WALDEMAR, SCHIED),L\ YEI:, ORCHESTRELLE PIANOLA CO. j The Only Finn in Cardiff and District from whom the NEW MODELS by these [ Celebrated Makers can be obtained. 70, Taff Street, PONTYPRIDD. Port Talbot, Cardiff and Penarth- Nat. Tel.: Cardiff 2199, Pontypridd 210 j
Editorial Notes. The Socialist wing of the Labour Party in Mid-Rhondda have little confidence in the soundness of the principles they avow, otherwise they would Resist from the hysterical jnterruptions which now rules all their conduct when meetings under auspices other than their own are held. If we are to analyse in detail the moral of their conduct, we are bound to come to the conclusion that "Freedom of speech is to be confined to their own publicly recognised apostles. The meet- ing at the Judge's Hall last Saturday was, to put it mildly, a disgrace to any intelligent community. It seems that what a few of them desire is a complete "shut up of every medium of political explanation but their own. It is evident that this method of political propaganda cannot prevail for all time. Already the more serious-thinking Socialists detach themselves from sympathy with the brutal intolerance which was so pro- minently displayed at the two last meet- ings held under the auspices of the Young Liberals' League of the district. We are sorry that Mr. Clem. Edwards did not maintain a more perfect self-oantrol, and that he brought into play the expert powers of physical force which dismissed from the platform with such effective neatness the blackguardly intrusion of words and action of a Socialist inter- rupter. No doubt, it was an appreciated act with all who think that donkey actions can only he properly dealt with by donkey forms of punishment. Still, we must not forget, despite all temp- tation to give back change in the same coin, that in the long run the better way is the Christian one of treating foolish actions by forbearing tolerance, and charity. We cannot commend also Mr. John Hughes' methods of aspiring to local dictatorship, and certainly we can- not harmonise them with his just claims to be recognised as an intelligent citizen, which no one should deny him. What our "young men in a hurry" forget is, that the game of bluff and bluster has a very awkward fashion of reactiÍIg, and that deeds of irregularity in one period of life have an unpleasant habit of resurrection when the trump cards are in other hands. Mr. John Hughes has in him many promises of achieving pro- minence in the leadership of the future. His speech is easy, ready and flippant, and we wish to credit him also with every honesty of intention. But to play the gagger as he does now whenever con- trary views and convictions to his own are being expounded, and to exercise the coercion and tyranny of gag, evidences, an intolerance begotten of the ignorance of the rules of the game of controversy. Mr. Hughes must not ''play offside for the sake of the gallery. The older heads understand these tactics, and though they may lead to positions, they do not main- tain healthy reputations. There were other folks at the meeting whose conduct harm, more than they advance, the prin- ciples which they have embraced. We regret very much that these scenes are so frequently enacted in this district. They are 110 credit to the lending per- formers, while they disgrace Mid-Rhondda. Let our friends evangelise as much as possible, and it is the duty of all to give fair hearing, for the conversion won by fair argumentation will stand far more en during trials than conversions forced at the point of the bayonet. We regret that criticisms of this nature are a neces- sity. It is possible to have a great deal of knowledge but little wisdom. The former comes through the channel of books, while the latter can come only through the experience of life. Theory and practice are. properly separated in the sciences, and we look upon the ac- quisition of knowledge as so much theory gained, but the right application of it depends upon the wisdom which one pos- sesses in himself. We have known very learned men without wisdom, and, on the contrary, very many Aviso men without deep learning. The blend of the two makes the perfect man. We sorely need them these days.
Furniture on Hire. Rhondda Striker's Plea of Starvation. Thomas Griffiths. a Mid Rhondda. striker, appeared before the Pontypridd magistrates on Wednetsday on a charge of converting to his own use various house- hold articles which were in his possession under a. hire purchase system. Mr. T. W. Lewis (of Messrs. Lewis and Crockett), who appeared for the prose- cution. explained that the goods in ques- tion were purchased from Mr. Morris Fine, trading as the London Furnishing and Drapery Company, Coliseum, Tony- pandy, for £ 13 5s. 9d., and there was a balance of t,9 6s. 9d. owing at the time the defendant was alleged to have absconded to Lincoln on the 13tli of March. Mr. Lewis further explained that this was not a solitary case, as the firm had lost no end of furniture since the strike, and if the impression was given that this sort of thing could be done with impfinity, the. result would be that the firm might he ruined, as they had thousands of pounds of furniture out on the hire system. Evidence was given that the firm had made no collections of the instalments <ince the Mid-Rhondda strike. It was. however, discovered that defendant had left his residence at Douglas House, Dinas. and after working at the Coedcae Colliery he left for Lincoln, where he was apprehended. He had in the meantime disposed of a number of the articles for t4 5s. 6d. to a Thomas Gould, labourer, Porth. When arrested, and in reply to the charge, defendant remarked, "I had to do something my wife and myself were starving." Defendant, who now reserved his defence, was committed to take his trial at the Assizes.
-?- Every Mother should keep MILLS'S GRIPE WATER in the I/ouae. A word of cheer to them. 4, Clifton Road, Trrorky, Dec. 4sh, D2.1.1" Sir,—It ifives me much pleasure to testify to the merit of Mills's Gripe Water for Infants, f may pay that I have tried several preparations but found nothing to equal Mills's. It speedily allays griping pains, which naturally fed infants are subject to, and it also promotes 3leep. In fact it is second to none. Henceforth 1 shall consider it a doty to recommend this preparation to all niy'friends, as it is without doubt, to say the least, a boon to mothers and infants alike.I r1.D1, Sir, gratefully yams ^Irs.) Elizabeth M. Slade. To be obtained from the Proprietor, in bottles, 10'd Post Free, 1 H.—W. E. WILLIAMS, M.Ph.S., Chemist 7 High Street, TREORCHY. tl
Association Football at Pontypridd. I In another column of our paper may be seen printed the prospectus of the new company which is being floated to run a professional Soccer team at Pontypridd during the ensuing season. The club has been admitted to the Second Division of the Southern League, and a strong combination is being brought together in order that the team may try for admission to the First Divi- sion in the following season. The prospectus appears to us to be a very attractive one. The club has arranged to play its matches at the Taff Vale Park Pontypridd, a ground capable of accommodating 25,000 spectators, and as there will be practically no expense incurred in laying out the ground the directors will be able to devote their energies to team building. It has been decided that the number of directors shall be no less than five or more than twelve, and anyone holding L19 worth of shares in the company will be eligible to become a director; only the first five up to now have been ap- pointed. It is hoped that several influen- tial gentlemen of the neighbourhood will take the qualification shares this week. The club has already signed on several good players, and one of the directors is at present in the North of England look- ing for likely men. According to our information the shares are being very readily applied for, and there now seems to be no doubt but that next season Pontypridd will be well served with a first-class team. The list of applications for shares closes on Wednesday next, or earlier if neces- sary, and we certainly advise anyone who desires to have an interest in this club to make their application as soon as pos- sible.
The Week at Westminster. [By Mr. EDGAR JONES, M.P.] Dramatic interest now centres around the Gilded Chamber. Meanwhile, the weeK is occupied with a round of bril- liant receptions accorded to our Colonial Premiers, and with the high Imperial problems they have crossed the seas to discuss. As to i he Lords, I hear on good autho- rity that a division, in which many Tory Peers would have gone against the Lansdowne Bill, was only shunted at the last- minute. It was, so I am informed. shunted after a definite promise that they should hear no more about the Bill. The tactics of the Tory leaders have been pitiful from their point of view. The- latest long-considered official attempt to relorm the composition of the House of Lords has brought home forcibly to the backwoodsmen the virtues of the Government's'Parliament Bill. The back- woodsman is, properly speaking, a peer who took no real or frequent interest in the proceedings of the House of Lords. He only came, occasionally as on a Home Rule or Licensing Bill in response to the cry of robbery raised by the Tory Party and the Vested Interests. He boldly voted down the robbery, and then returned to his pleasures and business. rl his peer would under the Government Bill be deprived, of no more than those rare occasional assertions of the authority of privilege. But under the Lansdowne Bill he would be excluded as an inferior person from any effective assertion of his rank. He might be a Duke, and be ex- cluded by a mere A-iscount because the latter lias attended to the boredom of State affairs fairly frequently. Then again, thirty horrible Radicals in Wales would select a dozen noble titles from the crowd that would have to wait humbly on the pleasures of these plebeians. The next inevitable automatic result of the Lansdowne Act Mould be the omission oi these backwoods Dukes and Earls from Coronation and Court cere- monies. in order to make way for the aut horitative new Lords of Parliament. On the other hand, they are getting to see that they may make the Government. Bill such an effective destroyer of legis- lation, of innocent and minor Bills, as well as large, that the. people may get to dislike it. and then, during that un- popularity. they will try to carry a Tory Government back to power in order to repeal the Veto proposals. Thus they would keep all their titular privileges, and live in hopes of getting hack their legislative functions. Once they have submitted to the Lansdowne proposals, then they are lost for ever. For such reasons as Those, T am told that the backwoodsmen will not force the eieaiion of pet-rs by a stubborn attitude on the A eto Bill, the backwoodsmen, who lose so-little, will abstain when pressed There is a suggestion that the official section will lorce the Government to create about seventy peers in order to | cast the odium upon t h em. But this I cast the odiuJI] 11p011 them. But this latest invention of Norman subtlety is really childish: and there seems no likelihood that such a contingency will arise. However, they are well out of hand, and anything may happen. For the present, members of the House of Commons take it for granted that the Bill is yoing through.
I Consumption Crusade. ) Mr. Tom John, M.A., Lectures to County School Students. Mr. Tom John, M.A-, Tonypandy, I ()rga?i:s'er to the Welsh National Memo? T)al. lectured to the scholars of the County School, Porth, on Tuesday after- Illioon last on Tuberculosis. Mr. John dealt with the breeding of tubercuJosis and the remedy. There -bad been, he sard, 40,000 deaths dur!n? the last ten years in Wales ?mp! tion of the l»n^ and 20,000 C through other forms )f consumption. Th? wis v°S sPrn? e,lt ,of ? *»»»* during o?r? ? ? P??' diseases had been con- qiter. ￼ l, b I i quenxl, hut tuherculosis had been allowed ￼ glow Its chief cure was fresh air. and to this purpose sanatoria were to be erected. Open-air schools had been founded in many places with good effect. but as yet they had none of them in Glamorgan. The lecturer also explained the different germs, &c. Artificial germicides were, he said, dry heat and boiling; while the natural germicides were fresh air, sunshine and cleanliness.
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Killed by Fall of Roof. John Stephens a haulier, of Ponty- gwaith, was killed on Tuesday afternoon by a fall of roof which took place at the No. 8 Pit (D. Davis and Sons), Tylors- town. Deceased was following his em- ployment when the fall" covered him. He was 48 years of age, and leaves a widow and family.