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THK HOCKr TSL.AXU AKGUS, SATUKDAY. JA-LTARV 23. 1913.
AT OWN PLANTS
Cor.-rc3sman Tavenccr Gets
Important Amendment in
Gains Victory in New
Army Equipment Kill
EDI.G UP IS HALTED
Atp cation ef Taylor System Brrrtd
zi A'l Worfc Done Under StCl.-
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i . d . "in gov rrini'-t.f
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f r t..- rtanuf rtur" of
.f oo;! artillery -epi;;-
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!'. -r:r. 1. ;il a;: an.-nl-
- r ' i ( the Taylor
.nr. 1. p' -la! labor h.nt
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BABY GIRL FOUND
HERE IS ADOPTED
Last Chapter Is Added to Story
of City's Foundling in
County Court. .
PJOW FIVE MONTHS OF AGE
Little Child, Back of Whom Is An Un
known Histry, Gets Home With
Guyer. W'hHe & Pope to Louis P.
Schroeder. lot 3. block 121. New Shops
addition. Kast Moline. $325.
Iouis Mumm to Norman Stoehr. lot
10, Mumm's addition, Moline. $4.75.
John I. Beecher to Loiia P. Schroe
der. lot '4. block 1. Beecher and Walsh
addition. Rock Island. $500.
Real Estate Mortgages.
Charles F. Plos to Central Trust i
Savinps Bank, tract in uection 2-17-2v,
Harry Rotliltofsky to Plack Hawk
Asso-iation. part lot
Town. Rock N'.and,
Dr. S. Parkes Cadman at Au
gmstana Pleads for Return
to High Thinking-.
CHRISTIANITY IS ON TRIAL
Declares Democracy Must Be Planted
in Theology if Religion Is to
Stand the Test.
B. and L.. & Sav.
4. block IS. Old
M. YoimK. Milan to Sarah A. Vouns;.
fixtures, auto and piano. $1.0oit.
R. F. and Kdythe ConneUy. 519
Twenty-second street, to Hill Furni
ture Co.. ?360.
Joseph and Elizabeth Spes. 33:21
Seventh and a half avenue, to Hill
Furniture co.. $164.
J. T. and Mrs. J. F. Robinson. 391(5
Seventh avenue, to Jlill Furniture Co., J inr. "If this nation
172. it-elf and not fall by
Congress r C. H. Taer.ner.
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I U ir-k I-.lau i s baby is no longer a
j foi.'Hll.nii on the dand.4 of this city.
(nit l a- b-co:i,c a ilaim!;tr of a promi
'r.i :it !:f. iii'"'t iii.'.n.
T!i!.- innniir: tl"? la.ct stps for her
';.di.;t;on were taktn by the little
; i.i h r.'-w tarcnt ana in trie eyes or
it be iav si:" i-i ;i truly a child of
theirs is if b'rn to them.
Th.- bnJint,- of U:e little pirl in the
hi i:i:it of :. Wa'ch Touer park
I (: i.ftemoou !ae lat August il! be j
r-ra: (i. ! tiaDv. men less man a
liny .M. . s b.ented in a basket and
'ut!tr-.! in plain clt-nn clotlies and was
i'Ii nrfn;!y f rf-ct!y happy. j
'i h.- j,ot i.i w liW Ii tiip child wai
found - u-.-.i a at. impromptu rest- Health Expert Unusually Suc
r rrnjin 1 tw.i piri; found the cessful in Campaign Con-
:i i. v i.o it 1-. innuciit haa Peer
; ! k ' i tliere but a sliort time previous
i ' .-.'ivt ry.
..ir .M-irc.ir'-t Niiwu-r. ponce
..f n ( f t'iis (i:y. took charpe of the!
!;'i. till, piai-cd her in t!ie hands of I
.. li .il aimi,:!! who was well ac-
r i : i v I'U the ar- of cliiidri-n and
! fi pubii
"Men of today are children in think
ir.K against the piants of yesterday."
said Dr. S. Parkes Cadrnan in his lec
ture. "The Puritan i:i Two Worlds.'
Sik-en at Atiirtistan colleiie last even-
is to maintain
the wavside as
Fred Tonn. lfiCS Twenty-fourtli ! tile ancient nations have done, we I
street, to Hill Furniture Co.. S14S.75. jmu-t have scientific and sober think-'
Herman A. iieatKe. "mivis, to John I inz. we must learn to play the !ng
C. Balinks, 5Si.33. s:me of life." He made an earnest
plea for the return to the hish ideals 1
and puritanic living, for culture hej
said, cannot redeem anyone, because
it cannot even redeem itself.
In deriding the present conditions,
in Europe, he remarked that "one I
'chord in the Fifth Symphony was j
worth any army corps in Europe to-j
j iiipht." and earlier in the lecture he;
'said in connection with the saniei
j topic, which he touched upon from,
j time to time. "There are some paeans,
! who will stand infinitely liisrher in the.
I Kinirdorn of heaven than bishops who i
bless battleships and par.-ons who pray :
over cannon." !
i "Puritanism is the Teuton developed i
'First of Series of Lectures Will Be to the uttermost." said the speaker as !
I Given at Broadway Church Has ! ,1P carefully traced the movement from;
to support the child Remarkable Mestaoe. ! "l'5",mn? . im.m.ne Rrow
! in etloin and so do.s Americ.i. Wei
WITH DR. BARKER
ducted in That City.
ARRIVES HERE TOMORROW!
Monday and Tuesday
Ivory and Silver
We ask yoe surprised at the values of
fered you. And every piece is so useful
too. Patterns and designs that will please
We asw you to come in these two days
and just look and if pleased buy.
Hair Brushes (Ivoroid), 2$c.
Clothes Brushes (silver), 75c.
Clothes Brushes (Sterling). $2.50.
Silver Mounted Combs, $1.
Powder Boxes (silver top), $1.50.
Cold Cream Jars (silver) ,25c.
Many other useful articles.
DAILY AFTERNOON CONCERTS ON
THE EDISON DIAMOND DISC
:' '1 ( Ir t :i s.
Had Many Clothes.
T.'sp-m--' was vtv Gratifying
'.f i'ltl-- tirl wjs MKn pissessor
a u::-drob- 1 bieh would make the
Pr. Charles I". Park.-r.
prt. will arrive in the city curly to
morrow and will --pea his series of b' -
- i . hi! ! '.--rn with envy. After jtures at the Broadway PrcsbyK-rian
'ii .f. du!;. con-ddcriiii; carli ap- I ciiurch tomorrow mcrnins ai 1 " : 4 r.
t.i-.it.or. for tii" baby. Mrs. Schroederj His topic will be. "Why 1 Am a Chris-
! it '.vj"i t:,f Havenpnrt family. ! U'tn." In t!ie afternoon at 3 o'clock
"!'!: t.ily no-.x five inotiths old I he will jrive the address to men on
rid ! b-Tt 'ti t h Ha' ciiiiort fninily , "A Mighty Co:ii'ier. r." and in tile cv-
siiiTer from excesses of liberty. but
benevolent despotism never conhl sup
plant liberty wliiih is the essential
part of our demacracy. I would rather
b- tree and a little dusty than to be
kicked all over the world in order that
I may be clean." The only curt
Prophecy Fulfilled," or "Mr--. "h urei.Y, :
I'.a'ny." be jriven. The da'o i:as !
for not been decided upon. :
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GREEK CHLTCH HAS ITS
ELECTION OF CFF I3ER3
v it I
e tirl now be-ib-clared
: is s. rafted tliat it
i ' the r..re and atten--1
of i i.iidreii cet nr.il
!!: !tt!e protrpe i-f
tiubb'd to crow into :
, a suitable environ
i' o:i' rt fiiied younc
, f o :i al
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tt , ... ..-,, f,.r
. t. ?. i
An a in im
adopt ! praet..
proh'.br' th u
t(ir ""pe. !;r
nect a n v !r 'i -aretiifttt
i.a.- been fiir!:'
r r ;.if 'inm !
! I a r. ,r.
rl.T of Mi
the b.i: Wi
b.i k a:i -t
e -e-.- t.
t ( i rr ;
a- ! : ir I.
irch Fruitless. 1
i.ei-. i.i!l.uinc the discovery
!:i! 1. t.i-ted fii a hunt to lo-;
p rent; and at 'emit to learn
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. In arr:
n'r ' -;
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"or:: o pp i-' : ior.
";-w at cii. 4 ar.d
v! in con
st ; v...n
.; .ir-'":: i'.a ar.d
of nr. ion I.: hr.r
j roh :b.:i':i
C0"f iU!.!ITY SCHCCL HAS
FIRST SESSION r"0?:DA
:ir s-v r l ears.
The 1. "i " il o a
n.ent by R.pre..-in
H! rinu te r i!-
-m:r. i" r. tf v. .ir r
Ml! !ll't be t:..ir.'!'.l
l: e;i 'at"
To Buy r" Aeroptnres.
r . ii . .it-, t m.u t
!'-.! an n:n rid
V" Tav. ;::i.t of
that all "f tr.
I t'-r ta th-
V P. '
, j. tU!"
if . !'
. "1 t
: i i a i
ovr :our inoiiihs. Mrs Schroeder t ninu he will speak at the l-'irsi Mei.i
j; r. i : li'.in .ii"! saw that the lit-jedi't church on the te.ic. "Tito Finest
tri' I 'A i t Mif't c :"I t are. This j cf the Fine Arts, or How t: Pr. Always
.! :; I ! !:! wa- adopted by the' Happ."
i ::i coi. n:v cotirl. . iJurinp the whole time fi.it .Mr. Taft
i,er-' sr-' t.o c tit.r children in the' was president lr. Barker was his
physical adviser, eiiieote l his diet :u;d
daily p;:t him through a systt-n-at ic
ccirse of physical trainine.. 1 a! r. Mr.
Vanderlip. president of the leading
bank of New York Ci(. Mr. I avid.-? m
of the J. p. Morrrmi comir'n;
cr wealthy men offered prtai ind.iee
mcnts tn Dr Barker to locate in New
York rind take care of thfiu. but h"
had developed sr.c.t a pov. er as a
spiiikt r and lecturer on "He.iilh."
"Physii-a! Edicienc;." and kindred sc.b
jects that the intf matt mat commit
tee of the Y. M. C. A. persuaded hi.'n
to pive two years to lecture work in
the ar? r ci'.ie-; of the country before
lccatinp in New York.
Duluth Likes Him.
lit was in Dulutit Ia.-t April and
made such a hit with his a.i jienoes
that they secured hir.i for a reiurri en
papement. Hock Island is fortunate in
securing Dr. Barker for one week's
time, an: his lectures t ; men. women
and boys will be a treat.
He conies to the city from Ihiiuth.
where h-; has been highly sue . s-ful.
Over L'.oOu people attended four ineet
inps on his first day.
The meeting' for boys at tho Y. M.
C. A. will be lield at 3 o'clock tomor--
rrw afternoon. Secretary ('ran; w
cuppr.ee ior ijveni 01 jNext weeKj talk about "Photopraphy."
Are Eor.atc-d Lv Rock Is- ! are inited to art -ml.
i . r. u w cr.- 1-f:
lire, fi:'l .
COli !t! !
i - state! at t!ie lime that thej
i.i 'Pi it have bee i plai ed there;
t of town people, but there was,
to establish this. I
. Schroc ier declared this morn-
'. obvious reasons she was!
i i : :i 'ii" nam" of the Haven-'
democracy is more' democracy, and in
siimniimr un ibis part of the lecture
be declared: "Peit'ect obedience to per
fect law is to mankind, perfect lib
erty." Christianity cn Trial.
In tio.-inp h" adnieni.-horl the col-l-ue
stiuliett to practice restraint in
order to experience pel feet enjoy
ment. "Flowers of pleasure never
crow up in the swamp of lust, but on
thi austere b!ul'l' of discipline'.'' he
said. In speakiup of the importance ot
the bible oe dec!.-. red "we must plan!
nd o;h- t, ii r democracy in theolopy for Christ
ianity is now oa tiial a it has never
been since the aponv
in the pardon of ( letitsemene."
Altho-uph sufli rinp from an attack
of prip. 1 'r. Cadman kent his appoint
ment since, as lie explained to the au
dience, he could not secure a substi
tute. In spite of illness he made- a
deride.) impression on the audience.
and is considered as
strongest number pivrn
Dr. If K. Baums.irdt
speaker on the lye':m
will pive !r- scientific
Eveninp With i!;e Stars.
SHSRITY BALL AIO
TJie i'i " n
f -icilii iv'- f
v .t-!ii:i '.
-W e K a ve
ZERO WEATHER INCREASES
LODGERS AT CITY BASTILE
The prevailing rero we-atiier brouphf
an increased number of lodpers to the
police station last nipiit. i2 apulyinp
for shelter. Thursday nip-it '' slept
a! 'lie station and Wednesday n'pht. 2
wore pi ven bur. ks.
oil Tins mornrnp i- me-'i were ie'u at ine
Firs;. Baptist church. It is expeotett
t!iar wi'li tii" erlosin'Z of the work on
Announcements of the father and K" ""'"-' " ,i,ra"' ."';!
sen banquet will be nmd : in a!I . seek free breakfasts durmp the w inier
churches tomorrow. There will ! e cason.
The it en hanis are showir.p a most ' si.-ue one at each c hurch to take the ,
iier..l . p r t in lionatir-r tap sunnlies ( nanie of thosr who wish to reserve.
er the ftn-i-'iceuiiilii: rharitv b:t!i. .Ian. nTnipc for ihiz luryp inemine' One:'l
i ii .i i ... e i:it- jcoceeus K" l,J
o.irity and that whatever expense is
,1 'ri'tii the j-houlde-rs of Cue sup-
Miss l.'inma Ditme-r e n : ei i , i;e-d a
number of trie-mis Sit'irday In lioee.r
of Miss Kathry.i Coidsimih of i'!-i
Mrs. ii. K. Little. Mrs. J. While and
datiahter. Miss Kathryn. isited Tiiut's-.
day with Mrs. C. P. O' Haver in Rock i
Mrs. Key Diseron visited Wednes-i
day wit'a her aunt, Mrs. Prank Wes.r
tiay in U.jck Island.
.Miss Leijora Nice is visit inp a few
days with Mr. ar:d Mrs. Joseph S'.etie
Misses K.itiiryn White and K.i'hiyn'
ef our Saviour '.loldsmith were entertained at liie 1
home of Miss Harriette Sheidin in:
Km k Ishilid oil" day this week. '
Mr. and Mrs. J. ('. Johnston .r'
cni er: a iniit p a iiiiiuber of r--..its v .'
and friends at a house party
Mrs. Holt of (lalva called at ':t'
heme of her d;:m;ht"r. .Mrs. ( ). T. Lar
son. W'e.lne.-c.iay on In r way to Kxk
Island to visit relative-:.
Mr. and Mrs. 1 1, "i". v. , it. is v. -n
visiters a: the hone1 of lee former's
father. J.imr s Wallers an I tumily.
Mrs. fs Pot turd -Mrs Amanda Po.-t
are ill at their home on iliv.nd i-ir et. ,
( 'i. m and Wiouun 1 1 utch nison and
FOB CHECK DEAL
Louis Eisman, Manager of Andy
Dans, 13 Arrested by
$40 IS THE SUM INVOLVED
Passes Worthless Paper at Jack
Ti-jne's Buffet Jan. 4 Endorsed
by Lccal Man.
us far on
il I't e
( 1 I
Eisman, manaper of .Vndy
' I'. :: t li rwei;.' !, I i.cr.i pper of
!, an,) 'sell known n puiill-ie.-
tiireurb'-ut t lie t-tat", was
t- r.! . . on i he ( hai pe of
;i had che.-k L'i-rnau 1H allep-
lie ,ii,i I.1 J otT Morthle-,:. paper
luouhl of Pi Tiplie's burfet
! tie- i.ipift that Hie DaiiH-
L-'it litis lulled off in IhU
Jand and Davenport.
A stiiiaiiic '-".'
in whisii -n
We will do your family washing will in i
j,icccs c- von quick service -;i iraiiU v
t;or, an. I charge only Six Cnt a I'.iuiid.
The Dav Thai Suits V..ii Suits
in mi te(. is that much more for
a'lse. Members of that t ommit
::i e re. eive.l voluntary donations
npp'ies j i ;,ui the following Hock
liar: .v- Brihiisen comiany. oil;
lio'.ie Tea lonipani. coffee: Mill
y"'e. procer.es; A. W. .Dietrich, pro- j
res: sse:i.- itros., pioccries; N-arawt Jan L'f
lo.iil. vard crocery. p roeeries ; Henry wiu be a
(..':. e.'rij.-. tbrw-rs; Ludd Stapp. flow-
i Eien Davenport has int-isted on
H helpinp and donations from the fo'-
A loi'.'ti are lepo'-tei: J. W. Krell &
C ton::. any, confectioner; Bills Floral
! lO'iip.ny. decorations.
i The committee acknowledge its
Fj cr.ititude to Mrs. A. -L. Biehards anu
J; Mrs. J. I?. liassett for supplies.
jj The cemmittee announces the re-J
tr hir.ents will consist ol salad, sand-;
hes. i-. orTee. ice cream, etc.. and if i
p an-.- one "' s.:es to conate any part of
J'lhe supper pr?iTaiu. to call any of I
k ' the fo'iowing members of the coaimit- j
Z te : y.r. C. K. Sharpe. Mrs. A. Mos-
'4 ' miCit 'er Mrs T irv Crrtr Afrs .1
Si E. C'arkson. cr by calling the general I 1 his
iriuniiriee ac ine iiixk is.auu triuu.
names of thosr who wish to reserve
plates for this larpe mooting. One
feature of Lie program wii! be the
glee club quartet of the Y. M. C. A.i Mr. and Mrs. James Cook of Dow
bovs' department. Several members ' Inc w e re Milan cllors Wednesday.
Floyd I i ui ( hlii.-'on o f
. ha ve had : I" r c;i t: I
: farm west of tow n. :
Mrs. A. Hudson of
visited Friday v. it Ii i:e
(jl'orpe I '.i'O'-l II.
Mrs. T. E. Canty it.
ber of friends Tit' s-l .
social club Mils ft.;n
ne e! every ol her Tii'i-.-iias
no: bee a decide.)
Sadie l.ewir, of Pock
of I he w eek.
Ituth Ch-iie-n is iil
Mrs Charity W-t.'r.e''
f'W dai's at tire ei 'orpe
1 1 the
t'.iu'iitei , Mrs. ,
i. lined a n itn
:;!' : i ne ion. ,
i .1 hie h w ol
! I. I ;
!.i p i.i
I-1 i o ii I f
ha :i: pi
hit the same evening for
i'i! cone hie k to Itoolv I -i
day to J i oiuo!" i.'ie wrest-
i eel v. .. ii lac "(irrnt I'll
Ml llukofl', the' Hoh-.'iiiari
.- !i"duled tu be lo id at lh
opera house in Daielipoit next
Locsl Man Endorses It.
..h it le to in; iiis ariost will
i i',e n titei, r n aiii- t, P.. soeti.
I ti eh. I n a ChiciiK'
i w ha h I,' h.el no full 1- ;jnl
i It'll lie 0 . V In n
of e is l el .ii n to t 'l
.-.-ui tin i;he-r (
e.i : mail
in n 'tea id
. , !:
'' is P f
1 1 e
Mr-. .1. ;
rip at io-r !
w 1 1 .1
of the boys' department are on the Cilmore
All boys' meetings of the Dr. Bark-j Mr. and Mrs. William Wallers visit
er "health and happiness" campaicn - cd Sunday with friends in Rock 1s
will be largely attended, according to ; land.
indications. cspeoiall v the' Mrs. lluam Dciup.-ey and uatii.i-
father and son banquet and :h grade j tor lirac
Miss Carrie Lambert
Ft hocl boys' meeting Friday afternoon, ! visited one day las. weeic w , i .u.-.
when every lad who comes George Hol.aml ot t . rnon .t.i.
free sw im in the pool. I Mr. and -Mrs. A. Dam. ison anu en..
I ,lr,... n r tni-.nHiiir n few ilavs at the
:i South Pliie-I: Ii.iwk.
:hhn i - .-.,e!v
in." n't Who.'
Mrs. Euilly Ne-ison spi r.t i
recently with friends in Co l
Mrs. Lou U'iihitns of Mi;:
Mrs. F. Fi' hip ol H ick Island
friends ne ar .'i t: .'.. h;.-i t one u
Mr. an ! Mrs. Coo'-i.-e Pro
I ';i in
- of I ' i i n .
d ill the T.
III,. '.' I . k.
..- Tindiill i
el - 'Ore
irl e -r'. sc.it ii
I --end-: at
a h.r Hid;."
or Koik Ik
if Bun hio
urdii i .
'ii ' 1 i ' a liT'd a,
u as a litis ne sh
man has perfect- jGus Dar.iclson liome near Andalusia.
ed apparatus that permits wireless! j j Artnds of Orion
messages to be received without the here, was a caller he-re Wodtie.-day.
use of head telephones and records! Mrs. T. Wilhite entertained Mh
them on wax phonograph cylinders,
ON COUNTY RECORDS
entire stock to
Warranty Deeds. j
P. Victor Peterson to Christina M.
Schiebcrl. lot 4. block '2, Peter Yager's
addition. Moline. $100. j
Marv T. Kaesey to Delia It. Wii-
1, - . . r. , t - '. . - . . .1 , 1 I
!j i Iirtins. lot i. ottic it vjiots auuij
. lion. AOiuii ioc-ii iviauu, x.
D dla It. Williams and husband to j
the Trustees of I'nited Presbyterian ,
i church. Rock Island, lot S. block 2,.
Oak Grove addition. South Rock Is-
land. Jl. !
r:oA, T I n I n T'mil Ilnml.-r lnt 1
9-1. block 4. Pleasant View addition.)
ill Eatl Moline, tU
Jan. J3. at 7 I M.
M. H. WILLIAMS
1525 2nd Ave.
M..y Wilhite of Rock Island -Sunday.
Miss Ruth Campbell entertained a
number of friends ai dinner Sunday.
i Guests from out of town were Miss
; Alice McCoy of Rock Island and Vera
Link of Moline.
i Mrs. L. Strayer and granddaughter.
! Helen Strayer of sauth Rock Island
'and Mrs. Bert Strayer spent one day
; recently at the John Strayer home,
j Mrs. O. T. Larson and son Max
have returned home from Gulva,
I where they visited w ith relatives a
few days. !
' Miss lulu Carroll of Rock Island;
j visited Tuesday w iiii her aunt. Mrs. i
j Rupe. !
, Ira Z.'lin visited a few days the fir;-t .
of the week with his brother. Phil'
iZahn and family, east of town.
j Mr. J. C. Miller of Rsynolds spent
i Sunday with h:s daughter, Mrs. J.
; A meeting wps held in the Presby-j
i terian churcli Monday evening for the:
purpose of reorganizing the Christian.
I Endeavor society. The officers elect-'
ed were as follows: Presnlnt. .rlrs. ! w
, J. l risweli: secrecary, tvertu aaavi ; i
'treasurer. Luciie Jobnston; pianist.:
! Christian Endeavor week will be .
' celebrated here the second week in!
(February and a play entitled "Ai
r - rr..
5 Cl i'
1 no yoi.np 1:1a r wiiu
errrirely on his p rs.'-na!i;
much to irjek.
in order to be it-.-::..':
shtuid back up his intc.vr
win jira'tically prove to
to bo Dusted with :
Op-.rr a sa vi-ias
cc ::: pouii le d i 1. 1 e re -s t
to o'j atu a
in bo, in---. :t lei' relies
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COM VERCiAL A.D TRUST DEPARTMENTS.
SAFE CCPCfir VAULTS.
H. S. Cable Pres.
H. P. Hull, V. Pres.
P. Grecnawalt, V. Pres.
A. J. Lindstrom, Cashi .r.
V. G. Johnston, A. Cash.
I. J. reen, A. Caih;er.