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VOLUME EIGHT. NUMBER 141
AKRON, OHIO, MONDAY EVENING. OCTOBER 2, 1899.
PRICE ONE CENT
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The Woods For Hours
Looking For a Former
Sad Story of Thomas
At One Time He Was a Man of
Now All Is Gone and He Is Hopelessly
Thomas Page, for many -years a
well known resident of this city, was
found Saturday wandering about
in the woods near Milan. He is in
sane. Several years ago Mrs. Page was
granted a divorce. He was given
$760 alimony. He left Akron a few
days later. Since that time nothing
has been heard of him.
The case is an unusually sad one.
He was. at one time, a man of ex-
traordinary genus. He invented
several devices that brought him
much money. Unfortunate invest
ments wiped out practically all of
A special from Toledo follows:
Deputy Sheriff Spain has returned
from Milan, O., with Thomas Page,
broken down and insane, but once a
prominent citizen here,a well-known
inventor, of a hand sewing machine,
and worth $100,000. His brother mar
ried a 6ister of Thomas Edison, the
Domestic troubles led tu loss of
reason, and a warrant ?aa issued" for
-his arrest on a charge of lunacy.
After somo difficulty Page was lo
cated in a big woods near Milen. Se
curing the assistance of several men,
the woods were scoured for hours.
Page was at length discovered run
ning wild, and looking moore a sav
age than a respectable citizen. He
was finally captured and returned to
this city, and lodged in the Toledo
State Hospital for Insane. Page's
money and property are all gone,
and his health is badly impaired.
TRAFFIC DELAYED An arma
ture was grounded on an A., B. & C.
car at Cuyahoga Falls Saturday
night and delayed travel for a while.
NOVEL ADVERTISING The
Dr. Pierce company of Buffalo, is ad
vertising its remedies in this city
with an attractive automobilo deliv
FUNERAL The funeral of Mrs.
- .Mary Gillen will be, held Tuesday at
9 o'clock at liar late residence, 105
Christy st. Interment in St. Vincent
' de Paul's cemetery.
TWO POUND POTATO John
, Frederick of PaxtonbroughtA potato
. weighing two pounds to Akron last
. -week, presenting it to his brother-in-law,
CHESS CLUB The German
American Chess club will meet
Tuesday evening in the Horix build
ing for the purpose of forming a per
LAST DANCE The picnic and
dancing season has closed at Silver
lake. The last dance was held Sat
urday night. On account of the
cold weather only a small number
FOUND TWO FIVES Roosevelt
day Officer Joseph Kempel found a
wallet at Grace park. No money was
found in it until Sunday when two
five dollar bills were discovered in
SALOON BURGLARIZED P.
W. Plappert's saloon at 40S& Tlnst
Exchange st. was broken into Sun
kay night. A quart of whisky, a
knife and 550 cigars were stolen. It
is not known how an entrance was
SOLDIERS GOING HOME Sol
diers of the Fourth aud Fifth regi
ments passed through the city on the
Erie Monday morning on their way
to Columbus from New York, where
they had been participating in
Dewey day exercises.
MEAT MARKET SOLD Wm.
Merzwciler and Win. Hartman, two
. popular young men. bought out the
Jacob Neher meat market, cor. Ex
change and Sherman st. Mr. Christ
Schoeninger, who has been with Mr.
Neher for some tlme,will bo retained
by the new proprietors.
Caused Death of Dr.
Clinton G. Smith.
Dr. Clinton G. Smith died this
morning at his home. 581 W. Market
The Immediate cause of death was
accidental. For several weeks he
has suffered from gall stones. He
has used chloroform to relieve this.
This morning he suffered an at
tack. Retiring to his room he went
to bed. He placed a bottle of chloro-
rorm to ms nose.
He went to sleep breathing the
drug and never awoke. He was 35
years, 1 month and 23 days of age
and resided at 581 W. Market st. A
wife survives him.
Who Will Take Examination at
Supt. R. S. Thomas, chairman ot
the examining committee for the ex
amination of young men desiring to
go to West i'omt, wiucii will oe ueiu
at Warren next Friday, said today
that there would be about 50 appli
cants in the class. He had no record
of the names of theapplicents in this
congressional district, but the" local
applicants are: Elmer E. Boden,
Barberton; Earl R. Findley, Akron;
George Thomas, Akron.
Of Long Standing
Satisfactorily Settled at
the A. M.E. Conference.
An executive session was held
Monday morning at the A.M.E. con
ference. Many reports were heard.
The difficulty between Rev. A.
Hicks and Presiding Elder M. S.
Kell, both of Sewickly, Pa., was sat
isfactorily settled and the former af
ter a year's suspension from the pul
pit was reinstated.
The following candidates will be
ordained ministers touight: S. H.
Simmons, of Lisbon ; J. S. Coaher, of
Mercer; T. J. Andrews of Pittsburg.
Three candidates were directed to
continue their studies for another
year. Reports were read and discli-
pinary questions asked in the after
noon. A concert will be held this even
ing and Bishop Pety will announce
Saturday evening's session of the
Allegheny-Ohio conference was
principally devoted to the reading of
reports by the presiding elders of the
district. The reports told of good
work having been done in all the
On Sunday morning E.J. Smith of
Carnegie, and K. G. Hodge of Pitts
burg, were ordained deacons. The
The morning sermon was preached
by Rev. E. H. Curry of Cincinnati.
Bishop C. C. Petty was to have
preached Sunday afternoon, but ow
ing to a slight illness he could not
fulfill the appointment and Rev. C.
H. Simmons of little Washington.
Pa., preached instead.
Bev. E. J. Carter of Frankliu. Pa.,
preached Sunday evening.
Pangburn Isaac S. Pangburn,
104 Brown st., aged 79 years, 10
months and 20 days, died Sunday at
6:30 a.m., October 1, of paralysis.
For 35 years he had resided here.
Funeral Tuesday at 2 o'clock at the
McGahey Elizabeth, wife of
James McGahey, 196 W. Tallmadge
ave., aged 68 years and 11 months,
died Sunday at 7:30 a.m., October 1,
of stomach and bowel trouble. She
had been a resident of Akron 27
Hov&' John Hovey, 166 Merri
man st., aged 85 years, 4 months and
1 day, died Monday at 8 o'clock, Oc
tober 2, of old age. Funeral notice
Makk Emil, aged 1 year and 11
months, son of Mrs. M. Mark, 109
Harvard St., died Monday, October
2, of dysentery. Funeral Tuesday,
Burial in Glendale.
Dkope Alta C. Drope, aged 3
years, 2 months and 10 days, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. John J. Drope, 202
McCoy st., died Tuesday morning,
Oct. 2. Funeral services were held
CONTRACTS Geo. B. Herring
was awarded the contract Monday
for the improvement of Merriman
st. Jas. Wildes & Son got the con
tract to build sidewalks and cross
ingsof Peninsula stone and S. C.
McGowan wil 1 construct the storm
water'sewer near Renner's brewery.
RESIGNED Howard C. Spiccr,
law librarian, has resigned. He will
go to Ada to continue his studies.
Fair and -warmer tonight and
Mr. and Mn. Win. A. Barron
wisli to announce'to the people
of Akron that they wish to
start a beginuers' class exclus
ively for married people. Tues
day evening, October 10th. at
8 o'clock, at Millitnut Dancing
Academy, I.O.O.F. Temple.
Positively no visitors allowed
in class room while class is in
tor terms, etc., apply at
Academy from 9 a.m. to 11:30
a.m. and from 2 to 4:30 p.m.
Actions to be Heard
By Judge D.J. Nye During
Cases assigned to Judge Nye for
hearing this term are as follows:
Julius E. Wilhelm vs. Seiberling
Milling Co., Harold C. R. Wall vs.
the Summit County Abstract Co.,
William Neal vs. Edward Stout,
Nora A. Jennings vs. Akron & Cuya
hoga Falls Rapid Transit Co., Cor
delia A. Taylor vs. Saml. C. McNeil
et al, Marion Heights Land Co. vs.
Thomas L. Childs ct al, Savings
Building & Loan Co. vs. A. L. Con
ger et al, Harry Myers vs. J. A. Long
receiver, Paul E. Werner vs. the
Werner Co., Will Christy et al, vs.
the Akron Street Railway Co. et al.,
First National Bank of Ravenna vs
J. F. Seiberling, Thomas H. Groves
vs. Joseph Campbell et all, Emily B.
Conger vs. the Peoples' Saving Bank
Co., Akron Savings Bank Co. vs.
John F. Seiberling et al, Citizens'
National Bank vs. Bessie K. Ray
mond. N. P. Goodhue vs. L. S. Eb
right, Geo. C. Kohler vs. L. S. Eb-
right, Ernest F. Pfiueger vs. Ernest
A deed conveying the real estate
of the Loomis Salt company to Ern
est G. Henderson, was filed in the
County Recorder's office Monday.
The consideration is $50,000.
The last case on the Circuit court
docket was heard Monday. It is
that of Allen vs. Russell. Opinions
will be announced Tuesday morning
it 9 o'clock.
A transcript of the case of the
State vs. Mary Bush has been filed
in Common Pleas court. She is al
leged to have stolen a watch. Squire
Thomas bound her over.
An application has been filed by
F. B. Wyble, uskingthat a guardian
be annointed for James Dressier, an
alleged imbecile, do years of agp.
Order of Sale.
John Terras, William Kittleberger
and J. I. Bachtel have been appoint
ed appraisers of the real estate own
ed by Charles H. Palmer. The prop
erty has been ordered sold.
Frank B. Wyble has been appoint
ed administrator of the estate of
Teresa Wyble. Bond $1,500.
The allowance of the widow of
Harvey A. Sparhawk lias been in
creased $300 per year.
George W. Parker, Akron 28
Elizabeth M. Francis, Akron 22
Jacob Gast, Jr., Akron 31
Anna Rothermel, Akron. 31
Of Akron Cereals Sent to
The Akron Cereal Co. shipped a car
load of its products to the Philippine
islands last week.
The goods for this tropical land are
placed in hermetically sealed cans,
making them impervious to any
kind of weather.
The process used in packing
"Royal Oats" is patented. The Ak
ron Cereal company has the exclu
sive right to use the same. Business
is booming at the plant, many large
foreign orders being received. The
past week 49 car loads left the mill
for foreign countries and points in
the United States.
Will Be Paid For Patents of Akron
A large Chicago firm is negotiat
ing for the purchase of the patents
and business of the Akron Tire com
pany. There is a possibility that
tho deal may be closed soon.
Thus far. tho local company has
been having its goods manufactured
by the India Uubber and Insulating
company, of Jonesborough, Md., and
haspbeen doing a good buslneaa.
Sho rd the deal be consummated a
big ullce will be paid.
Susan B. Anthony
Sends It to Delegates In
The, fourteenth annual convention
of the Ohio State Wonmn's Suffrage
society is in session at the First
Universalist church. It convened
informally with a business meeting
Monday morning and will couclude
Tuesday evening. Indications are
that a good meeting will be held.
Quite a number of out-of-town
women arrived Monday morning.
Headquarters are established at the
Windsor hotel, where many of the
visitors are stopping. Others are be
ing ontertainod by friend", through
out the city.
Executive Committee Meeting
An executive committee meeting
was held at the ohurch at 10 o'clock
a.m. and these members of the com
mittee were present: State presi
dent, Mrs. Harriet Brown Stnnton,
Cincinnati; regarding secretary.
Mrs. Hattie A. Sachs, Cincinnati;
Mrs. Rosa L. Seger, Toledo; Dr.
Mary Anderson, Toledo;Mrs. Martha
H. Elwell. Willoughby; Mrs.
Jeannette Freer, Warren; state
auditor, Mrs. Katherine Henshil
wood, Alliance; corresronding secre
tary, Miss Elizabeth Jl Hauser,
The following committees were
named: Credentials, Mrs. Rosa L.
Seger, Mrs. Katherine Henshilwood;
Courtesies, Mrs. Harriet Trowbridge,
Akron; Mrs. Lucia Park, Warren;
Finance, Mis. Margaret Sadler, Ak
ron; Resolutions, Rev. Henrietta G.
Moore, Springfield; Dr. Mary An
derson, Mrs. T. J. Heroff, Athens.
The church is nicely decorated
with palms, goldenrod and cut lfow-i
ers. It was looked alter by tne local
general committee, Mrs. Mnrgaret
Sadler,Mrs. Harriett Trowbridge and
Mrs. Dora Schumacher.
Among other suffrage society
workers present, whose names have
not already been mentioned, are:
Mrs. Carrie Chapman Catt, New
York, chairman of the national com
mittee on organization; Miss Mary
Hay, California, secretary of the na
tional committee on organization;
state vice president Mrs. Harriet
Taylor Upton, Warren.
Mrs. Anthony's Letter.
The convention was formally open
ed by the president, Mrs. Harriet
Brown Stanton, al 2:30 this after
noon. Among the first features of
the session was the reading of the
following letter from the national
president, Mrs. Susan B. Anthony of
Rochester, N.Y. :
"Mrs. Harriet Brown Stanton, pres
ident Ohio Womaus' Suffrage as
sociation, and all officers, dele
gates aud friends assembled in
"It is with exceeding regret that I
am not with you these two October
days to listen to the reports of good
work done by the Ohio auxiliary
clubs and individuals during the past
year. I trust all will show increased
interest and extended organization.
Our best method of showing to the
enemy that suffrage sentiment Is on
the increase is by the added num
bers to our clubs and societies.
"I am glad you have Mrs. Chap
man Catt witli you to inspire and
encourage all preent, and to help all
to see that it is our duty to give what
Kossuth called 'material aid' to the
Continued on Last Page.
Luther League Officers.
The Luther League of the Trinity
Lutheran church on Sunday even
ing elected new officers for'the en
suing year. They are: President,
Albert Holloway; vice president,
Miss Grace Feuduer; secretary, Miss
Anna Shook; assistant secretary,
Roy Anderson ; treasurer, Clark Al
bright; assistant, treasurer, Miss
Pearl Cfthnon; librarian, Miss Lillie
Thanked Akron Officials.
Mayor W. E. Young received a
letter Monday from Prosecuting At
torney Pomerene of Stark county,
thanking him for the favor ho ex
tended in permitting Prlsonkeeper
John E. Washer to work on the Har
tong murder' oae.
The choice of the fg
market of two con-1
DRESS GOODS I
GOLF CAPES I
We carry a much
larger ljne than we or
our predecessors have
heretofore. Our aim is
to sell good reliable goods
as cheap as they can be
We buy for cash
and sell on small margins.
13 and 157
ShuiUi ilbwiiril slieH.
"I've Waited Honey, Waited
Long For You."
"All I Wants is My Black
"Always (Answer to Be
cause.)" "Don't Ask Me to Forget."
"One Night in June,"'
"Daddy's Gwine Ter Bring
Yer Somethin' Nice."
"Just as the Daylight was
Breaking." (the latest success
by the men who wrote "Just as
the Sun Went Down." "Just
One Girl etc.")
"A Ragtime Skedaddle."
"The Rainbow Danc" and
many others. Hear our splen
did new phonograpn records.
See us for anything in the line
of musical merchandise.
220 South Main St.
John Brubaker. charged with em
bezzlement, and Geo. W. Alden, dis
orderly conduct, were discharged
Monday. There was no evidence
against them. Silas J. Abbot plead
ed not guilty to a chargo of failing to
provide for his family. Blaine Lyle,
colored, fined $5 and costs for escap
ing from the street gang. Charles
Fink, disorderly conduct, $5 and
Wm. Chippy, Henry Robinson,
Dan G. Birmingham and Patrick
SInyn, drunks, $2 and costs.
Who Will Do Duty at the County
The police will have headquarters
at the lair grounds in tho secretary's
office. Robert Guillet, who is chief
of police at the fair grounds, lias ap
pointed the following specials:
Wm. Triplett, Frank McFiirland,
John Grad, Sam Hihbs, John M.
Harding, David Davis, Lester Hast
ings, Goo. Spidel, Wm. McCorinKh,
Chus, Fcnton, Chan. Wiles, R. B.
Hoffman, Thos. Stmvuit, Adum
Wagoner, John Rieiil, Frund Spidel,
Benj. Ries, Cyrus Reading, David
Hanna, Olaf Jacobson, Jos. Race, R.
M. Merriman, O.S.EIyi Henry Hart,
John Souera, James Trotfn-. Warren
Fuller, Levi Coy, Wni. Uowny, Pm
New Fall I
This Week's Races.
Great Many Fast Horses
The list of entries fur this week's
races at Fountain Park is the bes
in the history of the Fair associa
tion. The very best horses in this sec
tion of the country will compete for
the purses. Every clnss has filled,
some of them more1 entries than ever
before. Here are the probable start
ers. Take your choice :
2:20 trot, purse $225 Antiinayone,
I'cny, Laura Backus. Pauline Dim
ple, Whpton Boy, Mis Maggie F,
Denver. Mis Hopkins, Sunlight,
Dundy Jim, Freebooter, .1. C. K.
Egremont, Black Beever. Oneonto,
2:20 pace, purse $300 John B, John
Diu. Ampere. Halraus, Florence
Mfdiuni. Marlie Wilkes, Jimmy R,
Pop, Miss Nester, Kloudyke, John
V, Miss Ruth, .Little Joker.
2:23 trot, purse $250 Lura Lackus,
Lillie H, Denver, Moquertum, Su
pci ior, Freebooter, Chicago Prince,
.Miss Hopkins, Josephine, Rob Roy,
2:19 trot, purse $300 Allie King,
Brooklown. Checkmate, Billy G,
Clover leaf, Orfuille, Pug, Wilkin.
2:24 pace, purse $250 Etta Nut
tiugham, George Eversole, War
detta. Florence Wilkes, May Kelly,
Jimmy R, San Te Ta, Pine Apple,
Charles B, Benona Jennings, Jen
2:16. pace, purse $300 John B, John
Dine, Black Cecil, Marlie Wilkes,
Clam Alphington, Ferrum, Klon
(iykf, Minnie YoungJohnyC:
2:35, trot, purse $200 Essalena,
Grace Elyriii, Perry, Billie Warner,
Peculiar, Noble, Western Reserve,
Ola Maid, Lord Swetstone, Promise,
2:30, pace, purse $200 George
Eversole, Kittie Marie, Victor Boy,
Lucy B, Mary Kelly, Sweetwood,
Bessie D, Chandler, Mattie Wilkes,
Charles H, Donnie M, McFern, Be
A tie game was played at Lorain
Saturday between the Akron High
school foot ball team and an eleven
Continued on Second Pago.
Will Be Quilt to Kent By the Everett
Surveyors are at work laying out a
lailroad route through Streetsboro to
Kent. Some say it is the old C. &P.
fcheme to reach our thrifty village,
while others insist that the survey
is for an extension of the A., B. & C.
elecric road. The surveyors will
give no information whatever, says
the Kent Bulletin.
When asked in reference to the
above item, local railroad men knew
nothing of it. Manager L. E. Beil
stoin, of the Northern Ohio Traction
company, said the company had no
intention of extending the line in
Superintendent R. S. Thomas ad
dressed the teachers of the city
schools this afternoon at 3:15, on the
subject, "Discipline." The address
was delivered in the assembly room
at the High school building.
WANTED Men and teams to
work on the Fay street improve
ment. Apply on the work tomor
row, Tuesday morning;.
James Wildes & Son.
Fell Down Steps at First Disciple
Mrs. L. D. Minard of Shalursville,
who has been spending a few days
with relatives in Akiou, sustained a
severe injury to her right arm Sun
day by a fall on the stone steps
while comiug from tho First Church
of Christ. Her arm was painfully
bruised but not seriously. Sho was
taken to herson'a borne at 503 Locust
st, in ft aarringe.
REOPENING OF THE
First M.E. Church 1
"Be Not Afraid" (Elijah)
TUESDAY MUSICAL CLUB.
Organ, "Fautasio Originale"
Songs (a) "Where E'er You Walk" .. Handel ft
(b) Morning Hymn (with organ accompani- fjh
' ment. , Henschel ik
MRS. TALBOT. flj
Organ (a) Poeme Symphonique (Rouet d'Omphale) St.Saens fl
(b) Concert Fugue in D Frederic Archer kk
MR. ARCHER. ?!?
Trio (Violin, Piano and organ) Meditation (Faust) Guonod ft
MR. VON KUNITS, HAHRTET PARSONS
MISS HENNEBERGER. tL
Songs .Group of Love Songs.
(a) "Thy Beaming Eyes"
(b) "Love's Philosophy"'
(c) "Since We Parted"
(d) "Ich Liebe Dich (I Love Thee" ...
Violin Solo (a) Adagio .. . .Vieuxetemps
(b) Spanish Dance . . Sarasate
MR. VON KUNITS.
Organ, Overture "Tannhauser" . - . Wagner
"He Watching Over Israel" (Elijah) Mendelssohn
TUESDAY MUSICAL CLUB.
Invocation (witrTviolin obligato) D'Harclelot
MRS. TALBOT, MR. VON KUNITS
Presented to Prot. "Franks Sunday
School Rally. fc
Sunday was Rally Day at the First
M. E. Sunday school. Special ser
vices were conducted iu the morn
ing. Four hundred and eighty-five
pupils were in aEtendance. The
program enacted was as follows :
Song by the school; address,
"Why Everybody Should Attend
Sunday School," Rev. F. C. Had
dock; recitation, "WhaJ, I would Do
If I Were You." Earl Miller; ad
dress, "The Normal Class In the
Sunday School," Prof. E. H. Bir
ney; recitation, little Miss Lucille
Holloway; solo, little Miss Helen
Harris; address, "The. Value of Bible
Study," Dr. J. H. Soiler; solo, Ed
ward A. Upham;song, by the school;
address, W. A. Upham.
In his address, Mr. Upham refer
red to the efficient services of Prof
W. S. Franks, who for the past two
years has been director of music in
the First M. E. church and Sunday
school, but who has resigned. He
spoke of the excellent work Mr.
Franks had done in the Sunday
school, and how the services had
been brightened by his excellent
musical instruction. "On behalf of
the Sunday school of this church,"
said ' he to Mr. Franks. "I present
you with a Bible, as an expression of
regard from tho school." The Chau
tauqua salute was given at the con
clusion of his remarks. The Bible
was a beautiful one. and Mr. Franks
accepted it with a few gracious
words of thanks.
Mr. Franks has been a musical di
rector for about 30 years. He has
been director in the First. M. E.
church on two occasions, covering a
period of four years, two years about
six yeais ago, and the two mention
ed in this instance. Miss Helen
Storer is his successor. She was di
rector of the church choir Sundav.
Jumped the Track.
A couple of Eriefreightcars loaded
with pig iron jumped the track at
Creston Saturday night. The wreck
car waa called from Kent to assist In
Setting tho tJnrp bask on tho tmsh.
GREAT ORGAN IN
Made It Unpleasant For
Jostled Them Around In Lively Style
Claimed Wages Were Due.
The striking messenger boys of the
American District Telegraph com
pany were very much in evidence
dence Monday morning.
They gathered in the hallway of
the Central office building and made
matters lively for the boys at work.
When a messenger attempted to
leave the office they would handle
him in an unceremonious manner,
pushing him from one side of the
hall to the other. They made a de
mand for their wages which they
claimed were past'duo. Tho loca'l
manager stated that today was the
regular time for paying them off and
that they would receive what was
due them at noon.
Died In California.
Edwin W. Estep, of 606 East Ex
change st.. received a telegram Sun
day announcing the death of his
father, Isaiah Estep. of San Bernar
dino. Cal . aged 83 years. Heart
disease was the cause. Six sons,
two sisters andtwodaughters mourn
his death. Two daughters lived
with him. The sons are: E. W..
606 E. Exchange St., Chas. and Will,
of Chicago, E. J., of Alaska, Izra, of
Sandwich, 111. .and Harvey, of Storm
Lake, Iowa. His sisters are: Miss
Abbio and Mrs. H. E. Keniston. of
Card of Thanks.
Mrs. Amanda Shoemaker extends
thanks to those who so kindly assist
ed her during the illness and death of
her son. and especially to the White
Anchor association for their prompt
German Society Notes.
Th Thalia veroin celebrated its
twelfth anniversary in Plappert's
hall Sunday evening with an enter
tainment. The society has 40 mem
bers and has over $1,000 in its treas
ury. About $170 was paid out last
year in sick benefits.
Prohibition Committee Meeting.
The Summit County Prohibition
Central committee held a meeting in
the W. C. T. V. room Saturday after
noon. M. Crawford of Northampton
was elected chairman, and W. F.
The meeting planned to hold meet
ings at Iron Bridge at Northampton.
Cuyahoga Falls, North Springfield
Hill sohool house and other point?.
Tho young men's club will hold" a
grand mas3 meeting rally with
Diokis and Df Hftmrrmll a? Bp9W