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Evening Bulletin Prom Sin Franelseol Sierra ' September 29 For Ban Franelseol Manchuria September 29 From Vancouver. Mnkurn October 11 For Vaneouverl 'rnlnndln October 12 One essential of good advertising U ffi bS persistency, w Jf Only by advertising can a merchant S j secure a wide tliitnbution. V) fH J Only uith n wida distribution can h Hi 1B J f x i t it i i I r : ESTABLISHED 1882. No. BUSINESSMEN BELT Is Emphatic protest against tlio pro posed uiodlllcntlou of tlio Pcdoral liiiirtiiitliiu legiilutloiiB affecting Ha waii, Hid Uu cnnsiqueut npiMilng o( tlila port to grno danger of jollov. feei, wan cnbtcil to Washington this nricruoon lij Ibo Civic IVderatlnii. II !,. ..I.A.I .....I....I riilliiit ..l .. ffilrrn. iiiu ejiiuieil ini'iini. iuuwi;ii ii iii h i Iv attended meeting of tlio foilcrutlon liclj nt noon In Public Senlco Asso- elation ncauquariers, in which ur. vv. 0. llobcly presented n icsolutlnn th.it was ordered cabled entire to tlio na tional capital. Tlio ilnm-nr iif Mm plttiu fever men. nee wus emphasized strong!) in 11 Ik- I (irons speerh by Dr. Ilobdy ami the meeting was unanimous In Its protest. Win h tlio reboliitlons weio piescnleil,' W. II. Castlo siconded tbein and J. flrocn also seconded. Dr. Iloli l aft-. cr leading the resolutions declared that Honolulu will lio In peril from jillow fever eery month of tlio )inr. .....1 II. n n.. nnl.li.mU ImVn .. .!. I ln IIIII llllll Mil Ullilil'lilli; IIUIV I1WIIIII i.i- juio the city and Torillor) bejoiul riiiupulntlnu. Ily vote of tlio meeting tlio follow ing resolutions wcro lOideiod cabled, to bo followed by letters to tho scc iiliiry, Judge 8. M. llallou, roprosen t.itlvo of tho sugur planters, and a litter also to Delegate Kuhlo: Whereas, tlio stegonijl.i calopus Is the solo means of communicating ) el low feer, unil Wheiois. this niosquj Is imlicr hi!I distributed throughout this clt), and Whereas this port Is, on account of Its latitude, lufictlblu with yellow finer Ihioughoiit the entile c.u, and Whereas, btcauso of theso facts, an epidemic of jellow fovei would bo iiioio lasting and moio distinctive to ns than In any othei clt) in tliu Unit ed Stales, therefore, Ho it icsolvul, that the Honorable, the Scent ny of the Treasur) bo le iluiHted to eiifoiro at this poll tho "special legulntions on account of jellow fevei" (U. S. ipiarautlno re gulations, Oct 1010) Hint ale pres cribed Tor and enforced at tlio vari ous m iluland ports along tho Gulf of .Mexico. TWO ARRESTS FOR POOR POI Two more Chinamen wero nrrested tills uioiniiig on warrautH sworn out h the food commlbsloiieis ilcpait nii nl In connection with tlio soiling of sil that did nut ronio up to tlio standard. As was stated In Iho Bulletin )esterda) afternoon tho commlfesioii or was working on homo Himples and the ai rests aio tho outcome of hi liMestigallous. Tho two Chinamen nricsted am Kun Kwoug l.ee and Tung Ylk. F Tlio Teiiltorlal band under tho lc iilershlp of Captain llergei, will filvu u moonlight concert ut the Alexander oiing Hotel loot garden this even lug Captain llerger luis selected a pleas ing progiatn of melodies foi tlio de lectation of those who attend this ion , cert - a Tho Hawaiian Wotuen'o club will meet at the home of Mis II J. Auld, ut 7:.!0 1'ilila) evening. Protest Cabled To Capitol 3:30 EDITION 5043. ROAD WORK PROVING COSTLY CITIZENS CALLED TO COOPERATE IN HEALTH CAMPAIGN "The demand for improving sanitary conditions emphatlzes the necettity of responsible citizens taking a greater Interest In politics and of turning out at the next election and seeing that honest and competent men are put Into ... omce who win properly ana judiciously less to sit back and talk about the error of ever instituting county and mu- niclpal government here. The only sensible plan will be to improve present conditions by seeing that the proper men are put into public office." President Spalding of the Chamber of Commerce. Saiiltar) conditions In llouoltilii are suili as to ilnn mil adeiiiiatu uitlon from Hi" next l.iglsluturi, and to pre pare for stub nitlon Hiei iltlzins of Honolulu must go to the polls inul send good iiitu Into otitic. This Is tliu ele 1 1 irat loll undo by Prcsldint i: I Spiildlug of thu I'll nil lit r of Commirie this morning, us thu risiilt of Hut first "suing Honolulu' trip, m uio b) business men )estcrdiy iiftirnoon iiudir escoit of olllilals of the Iloinl of Health. l'risldint Ki tilling said this morn ing that u great amount of additional scwerngo mutt be put Into tliu dis trict west of Niluuml strict, mill Hint the bond. Iniidlenpped now h) Ink of nny funds, wlmtiitr with which to meet the dem mils fui hiiilth prottc Hijii, must bu furnlKlied iiiiims to curry out Its plans for linprowimiit. Ite emplinslzis Hint it Is up to the utirs of Honolulu to see that the best men possible uiu put In chirgu of spending SUPERVISORS' LATEST ORDER IS CLEAN FOOD BEGINNING Another ultlni ituni Iiih been hand- that tlioy will m.ilib tlio dealers keop Oil out lij tho Kiiportlsora on tlio Hon- tho tiles off or go to Jail, hloiis question of making conditions Supoi visor Prank I, Kroger, chair saiiitni) al tlie public in irket. ! in in of tho health (onimlttco of tho 'I Ills time It is an aniioiiuieintut bo.iid, and Supcrvlmi McClellau nindo that ileileis not mil) at thu mirkctiu tour of Inspection of tho various but all over tho clt) generall) must picparo to keep meat, fish, fruits and vegetables clean beginning with Sat in day nioinlng next, or Buffer tho con toiueuccs. It Is hinted that as uu nllornatho to obeying tho law, in lest mid possible till! bifoio tho ioiiKh of Justice Is In store for offcndeis. As' stated tuimo (lino ago, Iho sup cnlsoiB liae glieu up tho Idea of ti)!iiK to mnko tho de tiers scieeu nil of tho foodstuffs ilspli)cd for sale, and will Impose only Iho olio condi tion that food iniibt ho kept lie in aill fiee f 1 1 mi tiles. Whothei this Is tlono b set ecus, eli cl lie fans or tl-li'aes wav ed b) Oriental arms Is left to tho dis cretion, oueig) and Ilium lal means of tho doaleis, but Iho suporv Isms sa) DOUBLE SHIFTS ARE WORKING Conditions of overcrowding III the schools mu giailuall) being sc ttlid up, moulding to Superintendent uf Public Instruction Willis T Pope, who, vvllli Clt) Hiiglneei Oil) Oiu, pild a visit lo most of the Important otitsldo cen ters )cstcrdu). I lu siveial Instances an attempt will 'bo nude to carry through this jeur with the buildings Hu) have at hand uinl li) working a double shift That Is to siy, one teacher will use n dass- .loom lu the nioinlng vvllh olio sit of 'children and anotliii will oeitip) It during thu nftcrnoon with miotliir set Plans will bo eli.iwn up fur the now .buildings that are wanted, and the w hule matter put up to tho clt) fathers to thrush out I At thu Klulaul school tlitie Is n hos pital building that can be turned to 12 PAGES. HONOLULU, expend the public lunos. ll is use- the puldlo inline), and Hint the pulille works of thu eltj must lie looked tiflir Intelligently. In tho parlv Hint uncle the tonr)es- tenia) were President Splitting, 11 I DillliiMi mi, W O Smith, A N Camp lull. (I. P Wilder and tie urge W Smith, escorted li) President Pratt of the Iloinl of Health, Dr. .Shepherd, Se'irctar) Mott-Kliilth, Senator A. V. Jiiild and Clilef Sinltary lunpeitor Cluirloik Dr Pratt was tliu olllcl.il guide of the pirty, and ronio of thu things lie should Hie buslmss men tegratlon today in compliance with the ,rl ,l"1 f"r ""l" l"""l"'se b) the Leg openid their i)cs. 'suDreme Court order. It is abolishina ''''""" ' miotliir fund, mid another Ihei trip brought forcibly to our lit- tcnthm the InxunlUiry conditions oxUt-i i t i -- .. n... ni i which are menaces to the) health of Hie people," said Mr Spalding "Wu were paitlculiirly Impressid ultli thu large amount of wit 1 mils I) lug onl) li few- minutes' walk or rldo from tliu postolllce mid tho heart of Hie ilty (Continued on Page .) bhops tlio othei da) and were aHtoii-( llm.l I.. II.. I .... II. . I II. n .1.. .I..H.. I. t.l Lein given no notlco Hint tlioy must keep their food frio from tiles. "It looks as If tho InsiiectorH hue not tried I" tarry out orders, ami un less the) show signs or getting busy wo aro going to mako n shike-up." n)H Hnpoivlsnr Kiuger. "llegluiilug next Saturday morning, tho dealers must ubc) tlio law or wo will hive tlicm airesled" Tomoiinw oenltig at n meeting of Iho boird an ordinance nuking It oh- ligilor) to keep meat uinl fish fieo i iinii uiri ami iuch is hi iju iiiiioiiiiceu. ii i ,. n. i...... .i.. .. iii... tta ... . . - It Is one of tho lung series of llko hills that havo been ill aft oil, tallied ovoi nnd soino of tliom pissed account It has tin on or four rooms and will lakuupall the overtlovv Con- unions m i-curi i id aru goou jiuru Is no oviicrowiiiUK unci inuura will go aiung biuooiiii) At Walpahu thu Hlluntloii Is bad Tlicy have one iliss being Iield out iindtr u tree, two more along tliu ver- amlas, unit anot ur i.ass ., work nit in u loon, In u prlvat., house Altlio. gl, coiiuiiionstiiu unci tniri. mi rope nus diildcd that It would onl) lie folly to usk for mi) more looms to bo built This lias been done on two occasions licfoie, with tliu result Hint when school started uguln there hud been suili an Incrensu In tlie niiiubir of pu- plls that thu aiiommodathin was not nail) largo enough As an alternative he has arranged (Continued on Page 2) jfr., j A Mr.. Publicity TERRITORY OF HAWAII, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1911. Strike Is Near On R.R. (Atumclateii ivf rcM..Ti Nt-W YORK, M. Y., bept. Z8 urn- elals of the Harrlman lino have re- i l j i. -i .i.. .trii.i..i "" " "" " shopmen's unions and a great strike seems Inevitable. C. W. Kline, inter- national president of the blacksmiths, ay hl the shopmen will strike Sal- urday and Monday and that 35,000 car- men, machinists, blacksmiths and sheet metal workers will be involved. Seven thousand special police are being sworn m on tno faciiic division ot ine lines and stockades are being put up in various cities. ' HARVESTER TRUST IS nruir niceni ;cn mnui CHICAGO, IIU 8ept. 28 The Inter- national Harvester trust beaan di.in. ih. central selllna aoencv - GOOD GOVERNMENT IS THEME OF TAFT,r"""' '" ",lk ,il""it ",o tr n CAssix-lutnt Prin- Cable.) WATERLCO, la, Sept. 28 Presi- dent Talt spoke here today on the re- latlon of the government and business as a remedy for the restoration of the confidence of tho classes. FINAL COUNT GIVES ROLPH BIG MAJORITY t a I..S...1 !-... -.. t.t I SAN FRANCISCO Cat. Sept. 28.- i pk"iiii'i i 'rr muni. I The final election returns give James Rolph Jr. 47,082 votes for mayor as against 26,497 for P. H. McCarthy. S'UGAR HAN PHANl'ISO). Oil . Si pt 27. Sugiii Hi! ili cues list, Kite PrtWoiis (imitation, C MJ5i .PRATT WILL REPORT TO HEALTH BOARD TODAY Itegul ir loiitlue matters nnd Prexl dent Pratt's report as to Hie work that; bus been done during the weik will be the main niatleis to come up for ion- sldirntlon by tliu members of thu Hoard of Hcallli ut their muting Hds luftiriioou This will be the usiiil weekly meet- lug of the boird, ami Hum Is praill- cully nothing new to come up before si iidi aI a I u vvicn cue cxiipiiou in snuui iiiimino- ......... .. ... mi r... .. i, ..u ,.r ....,. inents of petitions for relations of poo pie scut to Molokal during tlio past wcck to go ihmn llieru as helpers No report has been heard from Chief Inspector Ilowuian ot Hiiwnll, hut President Pratt expeits to liiur by thu I mall Hiturdii) Mr. How man's wlfo Idled last week nnd he thinks Hint this llius naturally upset his plans Hu hopes then to hum somu ib finite In form itlon ns to thu cause of thu out break of t)phold on the lllg Island Itobprt 11. Marshall, chief gco- crrillilior nt tlie iri.otoelcill Htirvov. Was n,l)Mtol chulriiiuu of tho American ,it.egnt!on to tho geographic con- KreM t(l ,, ,lo)(, n Ulllll0 A ,cr,ct. Hint August Jncobson (),, ot c(,nlt sulchlo but was hru- My ,mlriered vvus signed by tho coroner's Jury. Tlio liody of Jacob- B()11 n New gwcloit, Malno. farmer, wng fmlIlI ,)clln,, ,,, ,I()US0 ,, , m,nliiB or luno 12. Ti10 Dcvor IJoird r Silicrsors ,ao Mited to oiect a monument lu lnnor of Ul,,h jlmu(,teno. tho avln- lor w(1 wall KnC(1 at tl0 mcct at ovorland pari. Nov 17th last Brs, j.,19s0 sUgu s t(, i,e request- Pli . . ., Inhoiltauco tax on all i,r Mlniicsotn lamN. h'ld under con- tract ut sale, amounting to nearly JGfJO.OOO, -e i n 1,1, inoi-eiuirjiiiit ijiiiy-it' -"- iTria.TTTft.3i,llOTiiirjiiiityc(, j, i -..V maintain Inuu nrieet and hold tha trade V lTM.l Is PurelV a Matter CHARGES AGAINST FREAR ARE HELD SECRET Delegate Kuhlo's uprn deilnriitlon of u(i (,m( rlor ,. ml ,ilt, ,,x. I ' i iinlii uhiioiinii mi nil n tliu II ll lie- tin )xUtdu) Hint urlltvii tliurgis ia. ,i(n laid In fore tliu Herniary of tin. Inti rlnr b tin- Delimit'", went tliu principal tnpks of iiuim rsatloii mining huxlni iiitu mid pnlllh laiis to- iln), ami on nil Milts ll Is m,i'id Hint Kuhlo ami tin- (ioirnor are in u llnlsli light Hi joiul continuing the II ill let Ins illspatch from Us Washington cum- Hpoiident, minouiiilng the fait Hint the Ichiirges luue lieeii forinall) made, tlio Delegate declines to ellscMiss the mat- ,ir "' "" "'' would not couscut to make public the nature of the ihurges It Is said that one of tliu ihar,is '"'M '" ''" "'"' ""' "oicrnor swltihlng money iroill ll luilil hpie llllllll) iiiiiu- .Willi ndmliilstirliig the land laws to lienellt tlie wealthy ilnss, but iuj inurvllhe otlier handr llenxibllenu leaden In flritiiition of Ibis enn be secure d (loicrnor lYe-ar this morning alsore- RAPID TRANSIT MAMMOTH ENGINE INSURES MORE POWER AND SERVICE Auiilllm' lint ii i tmii.irntl1v fim rs' t iiiunuuik iuiium" ami iiuuvr uujuni- e..tf B. 4 . 1... mlliipd h billt.iiliiftlli anttr ji..i .i.t. t... .. 11....1. mint of bearings, a mammoth now engine wlilch for Iho pist four mouths has In en iiinlei insinuation nt tno power plant of tho Honolulu Rapid Transit Comkinj, is about ready foi serUie .Manager C O. !lallent)no under whoso general supervision Iho Miwor- ful piece of machinery has been In stalled with tho assistance of Chief Engineer Hubert Menaiigh of tho plant, villi breathe u sigh of relief when tho big engine Is "turned over"! fur tho tlrst time either this evening, or tomorrow. Manager Italic nt) no predicts that will all parts adjusting themselves' and working elnwii suioolhl), tho now engine can safol) bo placed in rogil-( ur service lij the nilddlo of Oclohei, A visit to the Itaphl Triuslt power luiuso this morning sliovved Iho now Hoover, Owens and Kentsi liter, Iliun-'new 1 t c tt Corliss engine ruelvliig touch - mt i i tt' e's nero ami mere ami ri'spieiiuiui in ..i.i i ...i... slilnglng paint. Mean a Fifty Per Cent Increase In Power. 'The Installation ot this now on-' W. R. CASHE HITS ONE NAIL W It Custlo hit one null squarely on tho head at u meet- log of tlio Civic Federation today , , , ,., , ..I J. dtaLUHslilK tlio moUUIciitloii of tlio Ie.eral quarant no laws i by which Honolulu Is I c ml. ucd v with )el low fever Infection from a .s.. . ' .,.... r i ,..., il.,. , ,', llpro of JllMnnl0 . , t I Amerliaii coasts . .., x)uw (lf w1lt , mo liparij lor today," said he, "1 feel llko abalidonlllB my attitude) on tho suspension of tho coastwise law, for It's mil Japanese friends that ! havo put up this Job on us, and there's no question about It" Mr Cnstlo may bo lonked for ' now an an advoiato of maintain- -t ' l"B u toustwlse la. if- .itu- --v iJ&&MWrsu)'' -' iS- - JTBij - . it ,,,jf .Arartii. tf4iliat,-'Smi of Business 12 PAGES. MADE kijh Ih Inn not received n cop) of the iliurge iiml knows nothing about tin Ir nature I . ' Tlie Ittpiililluiii T rrltorl il cinlnil ( innnitlt . It was luirmd tills inoin- lug, will take no bund In the innttir now. but It Is more than probuble that It will In- ilisuiKxid )it (Mi ilnn ml Ciinnir said tills iiioriilnu that theioin-' mlttio will ixiiituall) have to take dignl - iiue of the row between thetwo part) huders. but Hint nothing Willi miw be done The re hit Ions between Kulilo and the roiuiiilttui have not bti n entirely clone of lute, mid It Is Muted that Hie committee was not apprised III mi) u iy pf tin- I), li pile's preparations rnr n light It Is pollthiil gossip that at tinstone, of the Oiliu Si union, knows u good ileal about Hie eluirgts, hut this bis not null glxell lull collllrin llloll (liiiernor l'riar sahl I ml t) that lie has no knowledge of any Cede nil agent lure Im estimating romlltlons, but, on tlljl lie Hint the agent Is now busy mid that be Is u member of the Di inert mi nt of the Interior. ill no nie.iiift a flftv nor rout lnrto.iKt? e-i 1.. . ....... ...... h.h .. in puwur, Hiaifii .Ai.in.iKur inui'n 4a ... Oh . ft . 1 1 4 I A .tA. n .ft a .il n tjnu to a llulletln represent itiio "Our old plant, and ouu that is now supplying tho sjstom Willi siwer louslsts of three engines of 340 hursu power cicli or a total of 1020 liuiso isiwcr Theso machines aro common ly known as thu tandem coiiikiuiii t)pe, that Is, ouo c) Under Is loc ited behind tho other. Tlio now engine which we hope very sunn to havo In commission Is better known as a cross coinpoitnd t)pc of machine, "Against a plant with a 102 (I horse jKiwer, wo have In tlio now engine 1C00 hoi so power, or an Increase of fifty per cent over tlio Iho present lu- stallatlou Tlio new engine Is nut only capable of taking caro of thu lino load Itself but wilt liisino ut least fifty per cent Increase over the presint car scnlco I "It Is Iho Intention to m ike tho maclilno the main station en- ! glue. Tho old engines to bo held in u lit . a plant "Tim now hollers two In number, are of the Sterling Water Tubulin (Continued on Page 3) IS NOT GUILTY After a retirement of half mi hour, thu Jur) brought lu a verdict of not guilty In thu case lu which a Korean named Chunu Ik Hal was i harm el vvllli' ,I.IIII.III4III'II .1,11 . II O.II...H, ..,,, ii- lllur,Ur ,utrtir j,K,. niur i: cooper ,.... d over twent) witnesses were exam-. lunl I'll) Attune) John W Catlu.iit priistiuted foi Ihei Teirllor), nnd At toniejK I.orrln Andruvvs mid Dickey appiareel uu betialf of the di fitise Governor Krenr staled this morning Hint tlio inattor of tho Wnlholo water rights iiuislioii would bo finished lu n few clays lie took tho matter up this morning and will go right through with It. WW -. , reserve nun us an auxiliary 10 iiici r ... , ... . .. , . . ..i... I"1 vvaioniiu mm Kiosin, .Mil ill PRICE 5 CENTS. 1 MM URGENT Belt Road Figures High Oiliu's first li It roiil section Is going to cost a foitune In fact, It H mi rostU that luc il contractors biv " -"" """ '"""",n " ' tin. il,a ih mid bo reiihertlsoj bc- cause the count) eiiuiot afTord to spend rougbl) $lfi()ii(l a mile mi Its ro ids. lils were rcclCi h) the holt rojil nn,iml.lilii m. in mi m In.l.n on Hih eli boidi o inllo stllp. The bids worn not upene il until two cj'clock tills afternoon but alter they were n n tho tontracturs got together and tolil whnt eieb lunl bid Ileio the) are: Honolulu Construction & lira) lug Company .. ;iu!).2r0 Hustaii'-Ptik Company S3.700 P. P. Chapln .... HUG.! Then llaumali . . . SS.li'.O U M Whltehuusn 9.1,518 Duncan S. Hardy , Sr...r.'J4 ljrd-Veiling Co 79,710 John Wilson 79,:IC7 Thu Honolulu Construction company off era to coiuplett"-the work-by .1 uiii ury 31, 191.1, Iord-Young Couip.ui) by September 1, 1912: Chapln, for thu Conrreto Construction company, by jOi tuber 31, 191J; Human & Hard) In ..m uiys; iiauiiian ii) Mpieuiber :iu, 1912; Wliltehouse b) October 31, 1912, and Hiistaie-Piik coinp in b) July I, 1912 1 he coimulsslou ope ne il the bids In the ni.i)oi h otitic at 2 o'lloik. Two of thu bids wire ipikkl) lejeitrd, not be ing uecompiiiled by certillid Lheeks.is e iiili id 1 1) tliu commission, the bids rcjictid being those of Duncan A. Hard) mid the Ilunluce-Pnk lompiuy, Maisloli t'niupbell inoved Hint Wil son's hid be aeiepted as the lowest, hut there was no second to Ids mo tion i: J Lord dnw attention to Hie fact th it the bid of the l.urd-i oung com plin) oITi rs to coinplite the work III three luuntlis' less time Hum Wilson, nnd stated Hi it this should be couslil cred In uwurdlng the work Aftei it little dlsitiKslou the commission went Into a long executive kesslon ORDER STOPS An liijiiucllon has lain Issued by Circuit Judge S 11 Kingsbury of Maul stiDlug the Hilling of timber woods by the present lissees ofttlle AllUpll III :viiTMs"iiss( - inj4iis.j.i'e - M Ac cording lo report todn), about 10.000 i lures of thu hunts are overgrown Willi klewu tries It was on account of the cutting of these klawe trees that ill. anor M. Wlliox iind otlierjprospee tlve home slenders brought tlie suit In thu .Second Clruilt Court. , A few wicks ago Chnrliv Wilcox, auditor of Hie count) of Maul, came down lo Honolulu mid retained I.orrlti Andrews as attorney fur the future homesteaders of the lands. Andrews, nftcr consulting the law, piepareil the pipits, mid last Tuesday A Murph), Ids law pirtmr. went to Wiillukii mid lltid the pipers lu Judgu Kingsbury's court This morning Andrews received n - - wireless from Attorn.) Murphy that JU(lKB KlIs,lir ,, rignitl , nrUer ., lnml ln , wu. ,,,llHll , u'liiinin c.rinnii , iiimmrv i ikqi W llllnm ornwill on Jnnuar) I.. 1891, mid the lease will expire cm the last di) of October After that tho land will go Into the possession of tlio home steaders After i cIi.ibo which started In WllkcB-llarro, Pa, two men win gave their n lines as Iguatt. DlvacU and Domulik (lotions!.!, -wero ar rested li tho pollco h't Milwaukee, charged with forging a largo number of checks. t . 'u IJtlilii . 'UtihjXLtii ..AtM.ufctJ.SneHt atauA. ,,., fBB . K , Wlr1 '! I ij st i K if! il,. V BV4 ' " ' " '" - '..Tf-TTTTAiiiHr. ZTTSTT?'"'