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THE ARGUS, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1907.
NEWS OF THE NEIGHBORS
Feud at Fire Station. The feud
which has existed at hose house No.
3 on .Harrison street came to a head
"again Sunday when one of the fire
laddies of the barn administered a se
vere thrashing to one of his fellow
workmen oiT Fourteenth and Harrison
(streets, which culminated in the sus
pension of Walter Tichcnor, the
young man accused of the assault,
from service in the Are department.
Eddie Hall is the fireman who received
the drubbing, and from the story told
Magistrate Roddewlg it appears that
Tichcnor lay In wait for Hall as the
latter was on his way to the barn
early Sunday morning, and as Hall
passed Fourteenth and Harrison
streets Tichenor sprpng out and as
saulted his felloAv fireman and chased
him into a neighborhood house. Of
fleer Shanley happened by there short
ly afterward and found a fireman's
cap which was brought to the No. 2
hose barn. Chief of the Fire Depart
ment John Stoltenberg suspended
Ticheuor as soon as he found'out the
facts, and if Tichenor wants a hear
ing on the suspension he will have
right to an appeal to the police and
fire board. This is the second dis
pute that has come to light at this
barn within the last few months.
Steel Falls on Boys. Charles Woods
and Palmer Jenkins, each about 14
years of age, had a narrow escape
from death while playing on East
Third street Sunday . afternoon. The
little fellows had been playing hide-
and-go-seek in and about the property
at Third; and LeClaire streets, and
about o o'clock in the afternoon, dur
ing the course of the game, one of the
lads attempted to climb upon a pile
of wheel.1 stored under a shed on the
lot, and In so doing pulled the entire-
pile down upon himself and his play
mate with the result that tliev were
land, that when a man had secured a noon was a success in every way. The
competence he retired from active work ladies realized JIG.
and lived serenely. Nowadays It Is sel-1 Mrs, Morton and Merle are spending
dom done. A competence now means the holidays in Mineral.
not an income of a few thousand dol
lars, but an unlimited amount. Then
are to be found multimillionaires
SEE A LOOPHOLE
.Illinois Liquor Dealers Believe
They Have Offset Against
above eighty who are Just as anxious
to make money as ever, and they seem
to be quite as competent. Philadelphia
Unconscious Butt Ins.
"Have yon ever noticed," said the
melancholy man"how It is the voca
tion 'of certain people to get in the way.
to 1m around when they are. not want
ed? I suppose that if they were aware
of their calling they would feel badly
about It, but. as a matter of fact, they
never are aware of it, and this prob
ably explains why they keep at it.
"Take my brother-in-law, for in
stance, lie has a marvelous faculty
for turning up at inopportune mo
ments. If we are going to have com
pany to dinner, we can surely count
on a message from him asking wuetn
er it would be convenient for his wife
and himpelf to drop in oh us. If I aiu
anticipating a quiet hour of reading in
the evening, it is ten to one that I'll
hear his voice in the hall. Just as I
am hastening to close up my office in
the afternoon be is apt to come in and
establish himself for a proUfcigeil talk
Take a hint? Such men never take
a bint. They are so obtuse that they
don't see when their presence turns
company into a. crowd. They have not
learned the art of effacing themselves
on occasions, and they never will.
You feel sorry for them at first, but
sorrow soon changes to another senti
ment." New York Press.
Bessie Salzman, who has been quite j Resigns as Trade Manager. P. M.
sick with tonsilitis, is able to be out Prce trade mana fnr th Mnn
Joe' Johnson, who has been visiting pl mpany, has tendered his res
his sisters the past 10 days, returned t legation to devote his attention to pri
vate Interests. However, he is. to con
tinue his residence in Moline. Mr.
Price came to the Molino offices of the
Plow company as trade manager Nov.
1, 1901, succeeding Theodore Starks.
Previously he was in thte Omaha
branch house for eight years, two
years as assistant trade manager and
six years as trade manager.
o his home in Cable Monday.
Mrs. George Poole of New Shops ad
dition is entertaining her sisters from
Washington, Iowa. -
Rev. J. G. Jaggers and family drove
to Rock Island Wednesday. '
Mrs. Robert Miller visited with
friends in Reynolds Monday.
Mrs. John Beird oT Champaign is
visiting with her sister-in-law, Mrs. W.
F. Crawford, during the holidays.
The children of the Taylor Ridge
east and west schools had an enter
tainment and Christmas tree Friday
Mrs. Charles Muhleinan has been
visiting the past two weeks with her
mother, Mrs. Dahn of Sherrard.
Anna Sibke is visiting at the home
of Dr. Eckhart this week.
An Exalted Yawn.
"When I went to church last Sun
day," said a young woman visiting
Washington, "I sat directly behind a
high executive officer for whom I have
always had the greatest veneration
and whom I have regarded as al
most more than mortal. I tried hard
not to be rude and stare at him
,L , , , , I. to much, but I could not help my
both buried jander the heavy mass of eves wanderlng toward him oceasion
s eel. The alarm was sent to the em-! alI T glanced at hlm just onCGf near
ployes at the gas house, and after con
siderable difficulty the boys were re
leased from their perilous position
and the ambulance summoned. The
little Jenkins boy suffered a broken
arm and was cut about the body, but
the Woods lad seemed to be the more
unfortunate. The flesh together with
no small, portion of the muscle was
peeled from .the leg just below the
knee and a pocket formed iu the flesh
and muscle at the bottom of the
laceration. He was taken to St.
Luke's hospital and the Jenkins boy
was removed to his home, lOo'i
East Fourth stroet.
Takes In&ane Woman East. Hu
mane Officer George Ellman left today
for Sailvorsville, Pa., having in custody
Mercy Dopp, who Nov. 5 was adjudged
insane by the Scott county boa:'d of
insanity commissioners and committed
to Mercy hospital. Mrs. Dopp conies
from a refined and wealthy eastern
family and when her brother, R. C.
Reynolds of Sailvorsville, Pa., learned
of her affliction he expressed his will
ingness and desire to take care of his
sister and she will therefore be taken
to his home. It is believed that with
kind care and attention, a good homo
and proper medical attention, the pa
tient will recover and regain the full
use of her mental faculties.
the end of the sermon, and what do
you think he was doing? He was
yawning, and he yawned a large and
vigorous yawn, which came to him so
suddenly that he did not have time to
hide it behind his hand. . I must con
fess that I was delighted. My venera
tlou for the executive officer is just as
great as it ever was, but I am glad 1
found out with my own eyes that he i3
subject to ordinary human weaknesses
and cannot help yawning during a ser
THROUGH DAMAGE SUITS
Those Now Pending Under Dramchop
Law Will Be Abated When New
Act Goes Into Effect
Chicago, Dec. 24. Following are the
market quotations today:
December, 97, 98, 97. 98.
May, 104, 106, 104, 105Tb.
July, 97, 98, 97, 98.
December, 57, 57, 5C. 57.
May, 57, 58, 57, 5S.
July, 5C, 56, 58, 57'.
December, 48, 49. 48. 48.
May, 53, 53, 52. 53.
July, 47', 47, 46, 47.
January, 12.50, 12.50, 12.42, 12.45.
May, 13.07, 13.10, 13.00, 13.05.
January, 7.70, 7.70, 7.62, 7.65.
May, 7.82, 7.82, 7.75, 7.77.
January, 6.72, 6.72, ,6.62, 6.67.
May, 7.05, 7.05, 7.00, 7.02.
Whcra Are iho Old People?
It U proper to speak of a man under
thirty as "old man" in a jocular way.
but nftrr that it Ikmohics dangerous.
As for old ladies, they have long ago
disappeared. Thirty years ago it was
Heat Ttssts of Clothing.
An interesting experiment made in
June by n physician proved conclusive.
ly that for the sake of coolness only
white should be worn in hot weather.
The physician spread out In an Intense
sunshine a large piece of white cloth
another of dark yellow, another of
light green, another of dark'green. an
other of blue and another of black.
Then, with the help of six thermome
ters, he made the following table of
the various heats which each color re
ceived from the sunlight: White, 100
degrees: dark yellow, 140 degrees: light
5Teen. l."5 degrees; dark green, ICS de
grees; blue, 108 degrees; black,208 de
crees. Thus the physician proved that
in July or August the man In white is
i little less than twice as cool as the
man In blue and a little more than
twice as cool as the man in black.
Louisville Courier Journal.
Mrs. C. E. Williams is entertaining
i her aunt and cousin. Mrs. Kessler and
s.K-ictr aua m print t I daughter Grace of Chicago
speak of an old man or an old lady
without meaning nny disrespect or giv
ing the least offense. Now it is posi
tively daiigeroiis-in fact, isn't done.
Why this change?
Mr. Finger of $jKcago has been vis
iting his daughter, Mrs. Freeland of
New Shops addition. '
Miss Ross and Miss Medill had their
pupils join in Christmas exercises at
Receipts today: Wheat, 76; corn
617; oats, 420; hogs, 18,000; cattle,
4,500; sheep, 12,000.
Hog market opened slow. Hogs left
over, 10,300. Light, $4.35&4.70; mixed
and butchers, $4.35&4.80; good heavy.
$4.35&4.75; rough heavy, $4.35&4.40.
Cattle market opened strong 15&25
Sheep market opened firm.
X)maha Hogs, 8,000; cattle, 1.000.
Kansas City Hogs, 10,000; cattle,
Hog market closed 510 cents low
er. Light. $4.404.60; mixed and
butchers, $4.254.60; good . heavy
$4.254.65; rough heavy, $4.254.35,
Cattle market closed strong. Beeves
$3.556.30; cows and ' heifers, $1.25
4.75; stackers and feeders, $2.404.35.
Sheep market closed strong.
Liverpool . closing cables Wheat .
to lower, corn . higher.
Northwestern receipts. Minneapolis
Today, 243; last week.78;. last
year, holiday. Duluth Today, 193;
last week, 85; last year, holiday.
New York Stocks,
New York, Dec. 24. Following are
the quotations on the market today:
Gas 78, U. P. 116. U, S. Steel pre
f erred 87, TJ. S. Steel common 25,
Reading-92, Rock Island preferred
28, Southern Pacific 72, N. Y. Cen
tral 90 Va, Missouri Pacific 47,. L: &
N. 91, Smelters 71,. C. F. I. 18,
Penna 110, Erie 16, B. R. T. 38y4.
B. & O. 80,. Atchison 70, Locomo
tive 35, Sugar 98, St. Paul 103, Cop
per 4514, Republic Steel preferred 66,
Southern Ry. 12. -
Will Wed in Moline. Miss Persis
Hunt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W,
D. Hunt of 619 Eighteenth street, is
to be married to Joseph Jenkin of
Lake Linden, Mich., Thursday even
ing at the home of the bride. Rev.
Henry Harris of East St. Louis, a
brother-in-law of the groom, will per
form the ceremony. '
Sell Controlling Interest. The con
trolling interest in the Illinois Straw
Products company's plant at Sterling,
III., has been sold for $200,000. The
controlling stock in this plant was
held by B. R. Towndrow and Frank
Gould of Moline who sell to Charles
R. White and his associates of Mem
phis, Tenn. Mr. Towndrow of Moline
has been president of the company
for years and Frank Gould has held
the position of vice president. Under
this management the plant has become
one of the greatest paper mill plants
in the middle west.
.Wolf Killed in. City. Shooting a wolf
within the city limits was the unusual
experience of Charles Henderson yes
terday, who killed one on his property
at Tweuty-sixth avenue and what
would be Twelfth street extended.
The animal had been creating havoc
among the chickens of residents of
the south side and diligent search had
been made for the marauder. Mr.
Henderson discovered the wolf on his
place and put it to death with a 32-
calibre rifle. The animal was a fe
male. It is supposed that the coyote
strayed in the city from the south
side of Rock river, . where wolves
abound in this locality.
Christmas a Week Late. The Red
Men will not hold their Christmas en
tcrtainment tomorrow, but- on New
Year's night. The committee in charge
found that Santa' Claus was too busy
to stop at the present time, but will do
so on his return home, so he was en
gaged for Jan. 1.
Springfield, 111., Dec. 24. Those hav
ing in charge the interests of the li
quor dealers in the present fight over
the legality of the Illinois local option
law have discovered what they believe
to be a great oversight on the part of
the framers of the law, and which they
claim has been disclosed by the de
fense that is being interposed to a num
ber of civil damage suits brought un
der the dram shop act, which are new
pending in counties where local option
has .become operative. Of the 18 coun
ties in which the adoption of the local
option law was voted upon at the No
vember election, some were already
"dry,". others had a few places to ac
commodate the thirsty, yet some of
these counties had their full quota of
dram shops, and in the counties where
there were . any considerable number
of saloons, they produced also each
year a good crop of civil damage suits.
Twelve Snlta Pending.
At the time these counties voted to
adopt local' option there were still 12
civil damage suits pending, with the
aggregate amount sued for neariug the
$100,000 mark. These suits were all
brought under the dram shop act,
which act ceased to be operative the
minute the local option law went into
effect. It is declared that the two laws
are wholly incompatible, and it is im
possible that both operate in the same
territory at the same time. The claim
is made that when local option enters
the dram shop act must go.
The local option law does not pro
vide for the prosecution of civil dam
It is also claimed by opponents of
local oplion that the law prohibits not
only liquors, and could not well pro
vide a method for prosecuting civil
damage suits for injury resulting from
the sale of liquors, which sales are pro
hibited, but the law should have con
tained a saving clause as to all pend
ing civil suits brought tinder the dram
s Abates All Suit.
It is being urged by the liquor in
terests, in defense of these suits, that
the Omission of this clause abates all
pending dram shop civil suits; that
when the dram shop act goes, all pend
ing suits and causes of actions must go
with it, and it does not matter how far
along these cases have progressed
Circuits Go Wronn All fire alarm i"" BlP wuere u,e ,ocai Puon
Partly bceanKo the physica and , hQol F afternopn. Mlss Koch'
ental condition of the average person '
is better than formerly, but principally
because people have decided not to
grow old. That settles it. We are
largely taken at our-own valuation and
are not now disposed to make it a low
one. In this city are to be found many
meu who retired from business a gen
eration ago. It was once the custom
in this country, as it is now in Enc-
pupils also entertained their parents.
Miss Marie Koch, who is teaching
school here, left for her home in Red
Oak, Iowa, Saturday morning.
The children at Union Sunday school
enjoyed- a treat Sunday morning of
candy, peanuts and oranges.
The apron sale and coffee given by
the Ladies' Union Wednesday after-
iyliI ! Hi 41 !.! 4M muLia
u Best for cakes .7. &.
I of all makes , llilv
lA An everyday sweet for all people. ' M
vs6 "k 25c 50c. jjf
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Today's Quotations on Provisions, Live
Stock Feed and Fuel.
Rock Island, Dec. 24. Following are
the wholesale quotations on the market
Provisions and Produce.
Live Poultry Spring chickens, 7c
per pound; hens, per pound, 7c; ducks,
per pound, 7c to 8c; turkeys per pound
12c to 13c; geese, per pound, 7c to 8c.
Fresh Eggs 25c.
Vegetables Potatoes, 50c; onions,
55c to 60c.
. Live Stock. .
Hogs $4.00 to $4.25.
Sheep Yearlings or over $4.00 to
$5.00; lambs, $4.50 to $6.75. -
Cattle Steers $3.50 to $5.00; cows
and heifers $2.00 to $4.00; calves, $4.00
to $5.50; ,
- Feed and Fuel.
Grain Corn, 48c to 50c; oats, 45c.
45c. - "
Forage--Tlmothy hay, ' $11 to $13;
prairie. $9.00 to $11.00; clover. $10.00
to $11.00; straw, $6.00. '
Wood Hard, per load, $5.00 to $5.50.
Coal Lump, per bushel, 14c; slack,
per bushel, 7c to 8c.
When you're languid, when you're
' lazy. . -
When you're loose, lank and lean,
A pfliful object you soon will be
Unless you take Rocky - Mountain
Tea. -. . . ,
. - . Harper . House pharmacy.
DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder Pills
afford quick relief for all forms of kid
ney ana oiaaacr trouDie, a weem
treatment.' 25 ce.its. Sold by all drug
boxes were tested yesterday as a" re
suit of a false -alarm- received about
10 o'clock Saturday night. All the in
dicators showed an alarm from box
113, and there is no such number in
the Moline alarm system. The fire
ladies are of the opinion that the alarm
signal was caused by a crossed elec
tric wire, though to make sure they
responded to the call, going to the plant
of the People's Power company, foot
of Fourth street, where box 114 is
situated. Electric lights throughout
the business portion of tne city and
the down town residence district fail
ed about the same hour Saturday, night
and probably from the same cause that
resulted in the recording of the lire
alarm. Imperfect insutatlou of wire
at the transformer on Fifteenth street
in front of the FitzGibbou & DeWoIf
store caused a "short circuit" and de
prived many places of electricity.
Obituary Record. Mr. and Mrs. San-
ford Peterson, 1140 Eleventh street,
mourn the death of their infant daugh
ter, Jeannette EvAlyn, which occurred
Sunday evening. The baby was born
Aug. 29 this year.
There are now between 70 and 80
civil damage dramshop suits pending
in Illinois outside of Chicago, which
territory will be affected by the town
ship local option law. The total
amount sued for will exceed half a
million dollars and it is claimed that
wherever this law is put into opera
tion ;at the spring election, these' suits
will be defeated.
ADDRESS TO PRESIDENTAGTAIN
Goldfield Owners Say They Have
Proof Deportation Was Attempted.
Goldfield, New, Dec. . 24. Despite
the positive statement from Washing
ton yesterday that the federal troops
will be removed from Goldfield Dec.
30 mine owners have not given up and
will appeal again to the president.
They will present what they regard
as positive evidence that at least one
deportation was attempted by the
Western Federation of Miners, in
which attempt four rifles were used
A suit against the Western Federa
tion is to be brought Dec. 2C by the
mine operators in the federal court.
An injunction will no asked against
members of the local miners' union.
Just scratch a match Ught
the Perfection Oil Heater
and stop shivering. Wher
ever you have a room that's
hard to heat that the fur
nace doesn't reach there
you'll need a
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ished m japan and nickeL Every heater warranted.
which is so much appreciated by workers and
students. Made of brass, nickel plated with the
latest improved central draft burner. . Every lamp
warranted. Write our nearest agency for de
scriptive circular if your dealer cannot supply
the Perfection Oil Heater or Rayo Lamp.
Standard Oil Company
CONSULT DR. WtLSH FIRST.
He la the old reliable specialise, established In Davenport 12 years. Dur
ing that time over fifty specialists have come here and remained from a
few weeks to a few years. They took your "money and left nothing but
broken promises. Dr. Walsh has remained here long enough to prove hl
cures are permanent, for the people he cured 12 years ago have remained
YOU CANOT GET A SURE CURE ANY
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at any other place, as most of our appliances and treatments are the re
sults of our own study and invention, and you cannot get the same re
. suits without them.
SEE our new gipantlo Static X-Ray machine. It Is a wonder. We use all
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REMEMBER, our treatment Is the best and the cheapest. Don't pay your
money for inferior treatment when he surest is the cneapest. Our guar
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go where you can get the best for' our money if you are not sure, in
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WOMEN suffering from nervous exhaustion, headache, backache, consti
pation, neuralgia, palpitation of the heart, or any other disc-ase peculiar
to the sex, should consult Dr. Walsh and get the benefit of his vast ex
perience. , .
MEN. we -cure blood disease, skin diseases, urinary and bladder diseases,
hydrocele, nervous debility and special weakness, kidney, heart, liver,
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CaIl0orda.adress Dr. Walsh or Chicago Medical Institute, 124 West Third
street (near Main street), Davenport, Iowa. Hours, 10 to 1! m, 1 to
4:10, and 1 mo 8:30 p. m- Sundays from 10:10 to 13 a. m.
H. E. CASTEEL, L. D. MUDGE, H. B. SIMMON,
The recent rains have spoiled the
roads we have enjoyed.
Mr. and Mrs. George Ashdown. vis
ited with the latter's parents in Rapids
City Sunday. !
John and Walter Winterfelt visited
with relatives In Moline Friday and
A little daughter came to gladden
the home of Mr.. and Mrs. James Dur
bin last Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fillmer visited
a few ' days at the home of the latter's
brother, Dan Mahlsteadt, at Davenport
There will be a Xmas tree and pro
gram at the Bethel church Christmas
eve.- . ;
William Pettit and daughter,' Miss
Daisy of Nebraska, are here visiting
with George Genung and family and
other relatives. '
Supervisor Charles- Eipper entertain
ed the committee on the Rock river
bridge at his home last Wednesday.
There will be an entertainment and
Christmas tree at the United Brethren
church Christmas eve. ; -
Ellas Gardner, of Rock Falls visited
a few days with relatives here last
week. - . . 1
' f Train Crew Is Freed by Jury.
Washington, Dec 24. A verdict of
not guilty was Teturned by the jury
last,-night In the case of the train
crew indicted for . manslaughter in
connection: with the Baltimore and
Ohio wreck at Terra Cotta, D. C. The
smashup occurred Dec. SO, 1906, and
43 persons were killed and 60 injured.'
Denver Pays $25,000 for Convention.
Denver, Col., Dec. 24. The first
$25,000 of the $100,000 fund pledged
to the democratic national committee
by the Denver Convention league was
forwarded yesterday to Chairman Tag
gart The remainder will be paid in
equal installments Jan. 22, Feb. 22 and
Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup
causes a free yet gentle action JI the
bowels through which the cold Is forc
ed out . of the system. Children like
it. Contains no opiates nor narcotics.
Sold by all druggists."
the value of a dollar (
most when in ur
gent need. That's
the time you want
. to see us.
We loan from $10
upwards on furni
ture, pianos, etc.,
. without removal, at
the' lowest rates,
and fairest terms
ever offered. , " V
MUTUAL LOAN CO.,
- Peoples National Baak building.
Rton 411, Rwk Island. Ilk -Telephone,
old weot 122. "
- Ofllce honrai b a. . ( 8 f. ab
Open Wedaeadar and Sntarday
evenlaga to 9 p. at. . .
CENTRAL TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Capital Stock, f 100,600. Four Ter Cent Interest Paid on Deposits.
C. J. Larkin, II. D. Mack, H. II. Cleaveland,
II. E. Curtis, John Schafer, ( Mary E. Robinson,
H. E. Casteel, M. S. Heagy, W. J. Sweeney,
L. D. Mudge, H. B. Simmon, H. W. Tremann.
Estates and property of all kinds are managed by this department,
which is kept entirely separate from the banking business of tho com
pany. We act as executor of and trustees under Wills, Administrator,
Guardian and Conservator of Estates. -
1 Receiver and Assignee of Insolvent Estates. General Financial Agent
for Non-ResI dents. Women, Invalids, and others.
We are now. prepared
to supply tiie public with
High Grade Dairy Products
in any quantity.
Stop a wagon, or telephone
West 804-1 ring. .. ' . .
Stray er's Model Dairy Farm
Airship to Go Mile a Minute. . j
A celebrated balloonist is building a
balloon wnich is to be far superior to
anything that has as yet sailed in the
air, and its expected speed Is to be GO
miles an hour. While he may be dis
appointed in his efforts there Is no pos
sibility of disappointment for any sick
man or woman who. will take Hostet
ter'a Stomach Bitters when the appe
tite' is poor, bowels costive,, nerves un
strung and sleep restless. "Tts 34 years'
record of cures,. stamps -it at once a
very superior medicine. 'Therefore we
urge you to try a bottle at once. It
also cures dyspepsia', indigestion, bil
iousness, sick headache,, female ills,
general weakness, chills, colds and ma
laria. Be sure to ask your dealer for
a copy of our 1908 Almanac. It ts
free and contains much valuable infor
mation for every member of the fam
ily. . ; V .
Constipation and , bad bfood are'
twins, kill people inch by inch; sap
iff a away. Hollister's Rocky . Monu
tain Tea relieves constipation and bad
blood. 35 cents. Tea or tablets. Har
per House pharmacy.