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iHLIfflMMHfKX?SBPlW9Btflfrc ttSBsWWi1bWI"t " Wr r V.wHBTf BBCXallMsPllWW'Tlfftr V&i,tKV($" ,upJIJ7irr ' iS K 2 TnE WORLD t WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 3, 1889. bbbMT' R. -Me Jill Mwlto Eft ll',Uhd ly li Prtu n.UuAlstf CH""' HJgT WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 3. HP' tCESCEirilOK TO THE EVENINO EDITION HjjMp tlnotodtng Postage). K rnit JIONTII 30c. Mfc feu yeah na.au M' VOL. 29 NO. I0.08B iQJm. Kntere-d it tlia Post-OBlce t New York s--ond-:aJs BHra matter. EOT THE NEW GEnRYMNDKRIKQ. BgRt, Wo trust tho I.ofjislrUuro vt ill tuoke note of Kwtf tlie peculiar methods employed ly Mr. Eow' OEiinr in his opposition to The Kvknino BSuf Worn I) Clilldicu'8 Hill. Ejfe Hvory wire is beiui; pulled to " switch oil ' Bnjfr tlio ARseiulilyiiieu wlio hovo espoused tliis Pltff just measure. Appeals, which t.ver KuRtM'' of threats, nro iicIur niude to tho EKftSfc lawmakers by polico justices. hank fii prcsidontfl and others nt tho iustanco of Mr. Geiiby. Social influences nro brought East to bear upon m.iuy of our coutctnporatius. MfK A groat deal of lobbying of ft low order Is Ht- beiuc done. MisrnprescntMiou is indulged H'S in without stlut aud prtjudico appealed to ffi&. without hesitancy. IkI Do our lan-makers favor Gorrytnandurinc HeNr of thii latter-day sort, directed ncninst a BSjF bill eminently just aud urscd hy The Even. Kmt iho Would upon its inlriusic merits and in a Kjfv - manner clean and above-board throughout ? Egjr Dlr. (Jerry Absolutism Threatened. fHHr From tX Albany Jrpil R ThcremnatbeBoraathiuK constitutionally weak BH& about the present system of commitmenU of Uw children, or Mr. Elbridso T. Oerry would not HjjrVt take so much pains to brlnv about tho defeat of KK Assombly bill No. 007, which provide for the HBs rcviow of such commitments by a Supreme Court Eg Judeo within thirty days. Mr. (lorry has so- fffcR cured the Tribune and Herald of Now York as HHa his allies In this crusado attainst parental rights. HnSv aud wo arc in receipt of a circular hy him, ad- Hffi. dressed to tho LeRlslaturo,in which all the aruu- E& mepts that can bo urged in oppoKltlou to the bill nfe' are set forth. Mr. Oerry bcclns sentrntlnusly K&,. with the statement that tho hill is in thointetest EBK- of the dangerous classes of Now York City. How ESP the simple rovlew of a polico maglstiato's often Djfbfc hasty and ill-considered commitment of a child Kk by a Judeo on the Supreme Court llonch can he 100 In tho interest of tho dauueroos classes wo are at HSR loss to understand, unless Mr. Oerry me ans that KHb the Supreme Court Judnes arc in leaituo with Bfik tho aforesaid dangerous olassos. It HSur is a misleading aud unfair statement on the ; Put of Mr. Gerry that the bill, which BaHf sooks only to romedy such slarins injustice, is KK in the interest of tho dangerous classes. It BSfc, would appear that in Mr. Gerry's lexicon the Kj&' poor aro tho clangorous classes. Poverty is not, K liowovor, regarded as a crime by the people aud HPfL tlielr representatives at Albany, and if tho ma- Ellf Jority of parents oannot afford such luxuries to E9' thof hlldrcn an the members of the " Four R, Hundred," they lovo thorn none tho less and do KkI, not wish to lose them. The bin providing for R)' the review of commitments docs not necessarily BKgSL.. t abroqato them, as Mr. Oerry would imply, but SB" oidy subjects them to a propor revision. jSff, It is a very serious tliinc to serarato parent and EjSyti child by process of law, aud surely It Is not too H much to ask that such a process be subjected to KzML all reasonable supervision. Tho Legislature owes HfcjjPi it to tho sacred rights of parents and to the law Hit of (lod that Assembly bill No. 007 shall be- Btafe. come a law, in spite of tho frantic efforts of Mr. jHM Oerry and the vapid utterances of histnoNovr 'BtMh York mouthpieces. IS,, LEWIS MORRISON IN "FAUST." KHt, When Henry Irving produced "Faust "dnr- BRJ ins his recent visit to this country it wus Elk thought that tho height, the perfection of stage EjK-' realism had been attained; ' Ji .eis Morrison, Hk at the Grand Opcra-Houc, Brooklyn, Monday llffls evening, in a far less pretentious way, not ouly K equalled, but in trutli excelled Mr. Irving's pro- flKjfc' ductiou. The "lliockon" sccnu, mado so BMr, much of by Goethe, was a positive uiar- ME9Rii vl of realism; hero Ining used ground E&jjff' stoel with tho effects of light, Morrison Intro. Bfc3f' dncesauoel feature in ueuuiuo pjrotichniuH, RJE' tho ontiro stage illuminated by a shower of EJS falling meteois, with Miphifto as a ceutial flg- Kjc tire, dircotiug the Hield of the imps witli a star- Ki tipped wand. I doubt if a niuio faithful coucviw MteaT tlon of the character or Mephisto lias cer been B5, given than this latest creation of Mr. Morrison. HljSt It is not a strictly orthodox Satan, but a corroct HISk representation of tho e il influences that we sue RfST at work daily m the ai led types of human ua- K? ture that are met in cveiy-day life. Mr. Morn- BfHlf'. ton is happily free from mannerisms, uud al- Hk3&?', though the part, I might sa ulmout inwtcs Wfijlmt ranting, ho never fur a moment loi.es himself or Hf9g troads upon forbidden mound. Tho Marguerite Kr of his daughter, ItoKabel, was most acceptably ijjflT? enacted, as was tho iaust of Charles V. IsIJJe1' Button. Miss Carrie Carter as Martha, was a E&sjK trifle too hoydenish for a woman of her mature Bjjjk Be- So demonstrative was the applause at the nB and of tho third act that Mr. Morrison was com- Vw3 pelled to main a little speech in which ho apolo- Ifffijp- gired for a few minor electrical eflects, which, Pj3p by the way, the audience had nut noticed, and Warn' he concluded with tho trite remark: "Thoele- H saints are against us both Inside aud out, but 2gRi whae coruiuuied electricity before this, and Mom dapend upon it, we'll do it again to-night. " And KB: Uedid. O. D. B. Bfr WORLDLINGS. faJJUr Mary Anderson is said to like shrimp salad Hi. better than any. other tablo delicacy. Blie eats Hn' a hearty breakfast oi dinarily of beefsteak, eggs ISEK and other substantial usndo. ISuS Assistant Fostmaster-Gcnoral Claikson's fam- iBjR' ily is composed of livu porsons himself, Mrs. Bf9K Clarksou and three sons. Tho eldest son is !JRifS3 eighteen years of age and tho youngest six. "iffil'' Marion Crawford, tho author, lies in a pic- SmK- tnrcsque villa on a cliff ovot looking tho Day of HL Naples. Ills homo is iillcd with treasures gath. iBnK redin years of trmeL IIedeotes six hours a IkSK day to w i itiug. BIK HulTtrrd 30 Yeara with Catarrh. BH "" B. hxitr it &M. HVlO. OLKrLXMEX Twor'srssxa 1 w induind to ttVt rour CouriiUNUbAUi.rHiLH. 1 bad Lwn sulTrrlug roro succnlou of trrlll tccflM I cua truly itr tX' that the rBUlt tif tssioc hre bottlu u fir ton(l HBv Injr inodt uguluo ripectsllous I WAtbut uuly eunxt tjHK oi the mtst pslnful ainictloos, but haie aUo been had KR: 1CALLT cuhxp of Iheruott ureTalent audanooiinv die w ease, CATanau, from which 1 bad suflured fur uter 30 FK xralts. and In trying to eun which I had inent a large KwkT amount of inouer. gattlug little or no relief, eren from IPKK1 doctor and so-riLLEIi SCRX CCSES, I cannot com Kme ntud your BAliSAraulXLa aa It deairTea, but atruugly HHRT . and earueetly recommend it to all sufferers from blood IMmt' XROL'BLXOrClTfllBH. WsH Verreepectfiubyoors, M5 Blag Blug, N. Y, H m a. mjJB Bllnnle Pulwar Improving. flnK' The house surgeon of the Hoosovol Hospital IGRl tatcd tills morning that Minnio I'almer, who HH was shot by Willlo Unteher in her flat on West K, 'Ihlity-nlnth street on Sunday, is in a fair way S0 to recovery. The ball has not yut been ex- W tractod. fm i m m -- mmgi Nxuvoustass in' infants need not be feared where Hf atomi i.'s laarmnu Cohjiai. is iud. Pilue !.'6u. . ABOUT OUR MAIDS. - - Girls of High and Low Degree Care fully Analyzed. Fow to Condemn and Plonty to Praise Her. Tho Country Girl Comes In for Her Hbure. THE AMERICAN CIRL CONTEST. A 00M double nQla 1$ offered for the lH tie .itTtiitttmor n tvi'tcnt American ilrKn S00 irorrts or lent. The mutest 1$ open to alii- Xeltle lily f.i )H(lge. So ami) ilmtlon f lo eiceeil the limit, mill all inuet be vniltenwx one tide of the jinpT rn.fl. The inreetujul ill urtiiilon rlth the tumii" and odrtri'ss of the writer will I publlihnl at the close of the limit tt. All rtmtriliutiim ihoutd be iirfdriMcrt " .Irrwrfiun ltrl Cvnlesl," T'UK Kx.iiiio Woiilp, A'iv York. Crlllcnllr Dlerueeril. The "American girl" "par excillonce," Is a lady of fashion anil kin'Un how to dance. .Shu Ik learned In Latin, knons something of Greek, And languages foreign can fluently speak. An artikt " In conking, her skill is dlwno; Her morsels aro toothsome, yet not doused with wine. If she sings, sho sings well; sho does nothing hy halus, Propi studying Greek, to raising young calves. if she plays, her music Is sure to Insplro, ! it piano or banjo, the trombone or 1 re. f a fancy for acting ho the crao of the ae, A "star" of tho brightest sho will bo on the stage. If sho roads, sho Is thorough from the A'a to thn ?.'. He it poetry, liti latnro or tho latest disease. 8he is posted in science, in physics ami style, Ami will argue with real, ot knit all the while. Impulsitc hy nature. In snipatliy free. Her dial ity takes in tho earth ana the soa. Her religion Is broad; she cannot bo narrow. Hho knows all about "Kant," but believes most in " l'arrar." Bhc dons what she can to suvo her nun snnl, but prajs all tho same for The Would as a whole. A "nomad." she tiatels tho fibs and the lands. From tho Iloma of tho Free" to Atabia's sands. If gauche and unrultitied when llrst she begins, Hho will aim for the tnghohl.and gem ratlynins. If not horn a "ladv." why, between you and mo In less than a Jiffy ho gets their, ou II see. Her "pa, "in the minus, may hao worked at his trade. Hut she'll travel in Euiopo and have a French maid; Hhe will dress so divinely, all mortals declare. E'en tho angels in "heai en" eannot bo more fair. Her iuwels, the tint at. most costly, most rare. With her own handsome e es can hardly com pare. Her fcatuios ale daiuti, her txinn in supremo, Hhe is lit for a "liuuhess," can govern a "lleanie." In love sho i Htcadfnst, her ilntntinn is sure, Hor standard's a high one, her ambition most pure. Hho doHpi'o all vices, from whatever chine. Her men ami her women must all bo suhlimo. As a wife, maul or mother sho is faithful and true. Hut must havohcr own way whether ted, white or blue. Loot, ah AroLOOY. Thk Voni,i offers a prize of an caglo pure If we'll send it a letter and with it insure A "type" of tho genuine girl of to-day. tint two bundled words art- all wo can say. Now who in the world could ever embrace The ' ' American girl " in such limited space ? To describe half her beauty, her learning or "chlo" Would use up a Webster and tako half a week, lint If yon will glauco through my humblo en deavor You will Uud her "perfection, "a deity oor. A goddiss supreme o'er tho world she may roam. Hut as maid, wife or mother she's an "idol" at homo. Loor a. Three tSrneen In One. Tho American girl is without a rival e-hnck-full of souse, first in war, tlrst in peace, first in the hearts of her countrymen. Can holp her mother In thn kitchen or entertain in the parlor. Neatly drcuvd at all timos, to rich or poor alike a lady, loves candy, but to stircor distress will oven forego its swietness. Dames superbly, convolves charming!), plays fairly, ndoies base ball, drtuicK with innro taste than any gill in the world; can with look or word protect hem If. Man is her born slave, she accepting all atten tion from tlunnnls of creation, so to com ov the idea that the tavm comes fiotnhrr. In a nut shell, she Is n 111 in trieud, determined foe, tho thrio gruci-s In ono, and all tho world to tho luau who lov us her, Iunouamuk. Allla Up to .lllarlilef. American wlrls aro always readj for mischief aud sport at sonic poor fellow's opt use. Never happy unless they ate breaking hearts; accept everything ami give nothing; jolly, roving, romping, light-henrtud girl, ready to tako orb use and in ri ad) to forgive. With n heart as big as The WouuiV eliciilation ami a hand an rcidy to help the needy. Cuii do almost imv thing in the lino eif outdoor sport. As fur leKsoiis.why.thut s something the would soouei disptnxr with, but always knows cnemgh to cany her through. Can sew, duru aud make anvthiug in tho line of wearing iippmel and 1' a good cook. As a mother she in evet kind and tine to the little ones anil Just as willing to offer a kins anannsiik ing when it be requiled. As a wife, loving. Kind, hone it, true, aud trice to mako home what it idiould bu. U. H. A. Comprls llniiinge. A decidedly ilangeioiis subject for any ra tional being to pass other than a fnvoiablo crit icism uiMiu. The average run of American girls are tough diamonds in lellued setting, human, therefore full of faults, but plucky and sharp enough to make sou mistake them for virtues. In tho typical American girl, .vim ate sureCto tlml plenty of geieid inateual to mould into a brilliant, noble woman, before whoso pure minded simplicity and mate goeiduess, man is foict'd to pay homage. 1). A. Shop (ilrle Mtnndrrril. In my experience of studying the avcrago American girl I find that in tho most cai.es tho handsome girls crow homelier after marriage, and the homely ones gain in look bv murrving. If 1 and others whom I have talked t could live our (ives over again we would never mat ry an American shop gut. lliey are incapable of performing tho simplest household duties. Lionxl DouM.suro.N. .'refer the tSeruiHiis. All they are good for is to paint, powder and read dime novels, waje the aveuuo and llirt with fellows on the coiner and think of dress. Win u the get uiained they can t cook a pot of coffee. I would not have om as a gift, tliveme the German girl. They aro the ones to mako a home comfortable for a man, L. B. 11. I Hlrong In Iter Llkee nanl Dislikes. Ihc average Amerlean girl is very indepen dent and will always stand up for freedom and her rights. Hhe loves hor country and her peo ple li very strong in her likes and dislikes, and if she does not like you she does not mind tell ing you so. KachJias her dlffcicnt character, like cverv other girl. Homo are wild, bold or sauoyt others quiet. pleasant or Itidustrions.aud almost evtrr one talks polltios, Although sho may often shook foreign mammas and daughters by her freely spnkt'ii remarks and American ways, she iiieam well at heart and is every reaely toiloyou akitidtirss. 'lhers Is ono iitnt in which every American girl agrees, and that is, she would not be any thing but an American girl. An Amkiiican (Inn. I'mlrnlably French In Appearance wud Iilrae. 'I he average American girl mut at the fashion able wat ring-places of Narragansett l'ior and Newport mut bo considered very proud, be cause she has money, looks down on her English and Hcotch coiiiins of better birth because they may not he cinito so wealthy. Hho Is only lntijr Ckting fiuiii an American Maiulolut. Hhe tieati her tnfciiorti with much more show of simti than do In r llrttish rivals of good poii Hon, HerfnieH prettj, tin ro is no denying, but lacks natural color and ftinliuras. hh(; kgts isiiiU'klv ax a Hphlilau m Anrita. Hhe Is also of the i'lttich tvpe throughout, and not Anglo Haxou.ab an the Ilritish, Canadian and Autrala slnn girls. In courtship and matrimony she is without doubt very Interesting to her own coun trymen, who iiiulci stand hor, Her figure Is good, but inclined to tho artificial; fe-et and hniiils must be admitted perfect h) all. I.oud of diens, it In franrulr. Talkative powers very comprehensive and clever. Ily no means so good a honseki epet as her English m Hcotch sisters, who art enabled to adopt both English awt American method. Hhe Is the product of democratic government, where one is sup pox d to be eoual to the others, but sho docs not act up to this doctrine. Hho makes an excellent wife for trench and American suitors, but must not consider her ahead of tho girls of all other nations. 'J his without In anyway de preciating her. llHITIhll-AUMTIIAMA'., Fulton street. Ilrooklyn. Noun l.'anTt'ompnre With Her. The American girl, when put in comparison with girls of other countries, so far exooed them in every quality that you tremble for. your au dacity In making tho comparison. In mariners she Is at on co docllo and dignified, timid and Iwld, and withal, thediarest, sweetest and most eoinpanlnnablo girl in tho wholo world. May sho never change. U.K. Another Tribute to Our .llnry. Ill my opinion the truo typo of an American girl can be given by the mention of a narao tloar to all Americans and honored aud laurel crowned hy our cousins across the soa. A name borne hj ono wno has, by passing through a nro of public criticism, pinvcu the material of widen the American girl Is made, and the heights she can soar to by Invulnerable virtue, indi tutigahle energy and loyal patriotism; namely Mary Andenon. Jl. I.. Hyax, MHr Islington aveuuo. Hoys They Are l'lelele. Hiieaking about our American lassies, they are one of thnso deals, I am sorry to say, that can bo found all over. They are considered to bo epnetly dangctnus, foi thevhavoa habit of at tacking the heart which at mice rendws Its vic tim jHTfectly helnlos. Their means of subsist ence vnr iiconrdiiig to tho seasons of the oar. In Huniuicr thev feed on le'o-cre.im and soda water, while in Winter Jim tnke theni to the the atre, feod them on ojsters. As,, after which the naughty things generally turn around aud lnarry tho other fellow. Dr. MoLAn, V-1H Kuht Twonty-thnd street, clty.c A modern iilald of Athene. The most Important attribute of tho typical American girl is not hor " pink cheek " nor her " greenback, "as two humorous gallants have asserted, hut it Is tho gait of her person, tho bloom in her chock, her wit and vivacity and the poetiy of bur motion, which have dovolopod her into the modern Maid of Athens. There, is nothing more fascinating than this biindlo of sweetness on high heels and nothing more classic in low neck. The man who said that tluio weroonly two real women in tho woihl "ono died and the other wasn't born" lived before the discovery of America, but tho man who said " I am all that my mother iubiIo me " was an American and one of the greatest who must have thought tho saino as I do. Jessl I.. Our.rBVtiM. iiUS EaBt Ono Hundred and Nineteenth stioet. Extra No. 1 hteiek. Tho ono who is ever ready to JoinKn tho frlvol Ith'H of south, even at an advancod age, giving her the uiidoubtud appeal anco of having none of the hauteur of the couseiiuentlal girl whusu elelicaeiy aud etiquette forbid theso lnnocsiit di versions. Willing to take part in the spirit of the moment, not stopping to consider the pro priety of mi doing. Kvei toady, self-reliant, well informed on general subjects, sho mipaits a pleasing aroiiui to n dull atmosphere. Hi I vivacity and geuorou mitiiio mako her a elesira bio attendant at any gathering. Chooses her company cureifully, elehberately. They have a thorough e'oiitldcnco in their husbands, which is nuvei disturbed bv suspicion, aud altogotbor they aro extiu No. 1 stock. L. MeCoi, (117 Hudson street. A Crncetul ('iiioiillinint. Unlike) most of the conteatanU for" Tho Typi cal American tllrl" nrue, 1 know I must lieiin successful, and whs'V Had -ou selected as the iudgu a gentleman of cultivated mind and lltci aiy nttaiiiiniuts I should have consideied my chances as tit st beet, but you selected a lady of nun accomplishments, possessed eif an indomi table will, energy, fcntlesanvss, lacing danger and humiliation all toi the pleasure and instruc tion of Hie million readers of the great and only Wiini.n. " Nellie lily' is my type of what the American girl should be, and if she Is not the tvpickl Anieiicaii girl it would bo a wholesome thing if all American girls weio tho type of her. n l' s DUMB WITNESSES OF FKAUD. The .Hurler! Hooka Now Show Largely In. ereneret Kecalpte. Commissinuers of Accounts Holahan and lUrkei had hoped to lesume tho taking of testi mony in the market investigation to-morrow, but thus llnd that they will at that time bo still immersed ill the examination of tho Market limeau buoks.aud it will have to bo put off until Mon, lav. Die ('ommisMoiicrs have made one interest ing comi'imsou freuu the books, which shows that the investigation has had a heiullcial ette'Ct on the market collections. l'.ver since the be'gitiniug of the investigation the collections, uhichlUad steadily elecreasud, began to mcru.uc lu amount until now they aro much larger than at any previous time. Kalians Hue Another I'ettinle .tletyor. l II IAL TO 111" XVININa WOULD Kanhah I'm, Mo., Apnl 3. Tho election yeste rday resulted In another town going under feminine rule, Mrs. W. K. Morgan, wife of tho editor of the Chase County leader, being elected Mayor of Cottonwood Falls. At Wichita the womeu did not generally avail the in Bclvis of the sutltuges and their cause, as well a that ot l'roli 1 it.on, fell behind. 'Hie female vote at Leavenworth was quite full. Women tell into line aud waited to cast their votes Just as the u en ilul. Makes the Weak Strong If rousreruu done, or hiia that tired feelteiz a a "I ham taken three l-ottl". of lliwd'a Maraaparilla reault uf overvrork or theetleit of the chaiisinie eaon anil consider it lhe lrt blond medicine I hare ever jrouahoold take that best ot all tonics and blood pull- taken It build, me up. wakes me sleep better, (tree Here, Hood's Sirsapanlla. It putlfle. aud enriches the me a food appetite and Improsee my health lenerallj." blood, tones thu slouiah, rouiMMi the torpid liver and Sire A. P. I-EIiiiiton, Portland, Me, Widueia. creates an appetlle and be,IMs up the sjntcm. " hate been tumbled for inanr rears with riolent Thousands who hate takeu it with benetit, tesllfj that headache. Hood's MarsapanlU did me ee much sood Uood'ertarsapanlla ' luskee the weak stroDn." that I am alrno.t wholly ourl 1 eerueatl; leoommeud "1 know that Hood's harsaparllla has restored mj Hood's Hsrsaparllla to all ho sutfer with haadaohes," health and pro'onired m; days. I wae feollnt badlj for Mrs. P. Hatciikli, t.atea Avenue, llrookljn. N, Y, alonic time, mr trouble lslng a generid nersous pro.tra. , ' Hood's halsapartlla cured me of blood yotooo, gave tlou, acoompariied with chill, and lerer After takiug I me a noble appetite, osertaiue headache sod dllliness, five bottles of Uood'a Haiaparllla I felt so well as to be i to that now I am able to work again." LCTUUS Nasov, able to do mr housework. lamaeweUnow as any one S3 Church st,, Lowell, Mass. of my age, bg." Mrs. it. K. 'luoav, be. Albani, Vl I N, 11 lie sure to get only Hood's Sarsaparilla Sotd by all druggists, fit sis for tfi. Prepared onlf I hold by all druggists, tlj sii for JS. Prepared only blU, I, HOU1I X CO,, Apothecaries. Lowell, Mass, I b O. L HOOD i DO., Apothecaries, Lowell, Mass. I 100 JJOtfUti ONB' iJOLllAil " "' iu106'lyoilEf'U.N't,vi)OlXAitJ '4'" Wt&Mh.,, "fjPjTriYr , . . (f if jiii'i . j i'i tfilltfyfHlfriaiin'ilir ma fi,nnr,iE,i u i agra - JB7tmSI"y,rTiiiMi WILL GO TO PRISON FIRST. - Sit. E011ERTB0N AND Mil MEREIPIELD TAKE A NOBLE STAND. They Will Protect the Cllrl Thar Besened from the Urnvc, and Mtand the Csnae quencca I'ollee t'apt. Itellly Has Asked Them for an Explanation Nothing Will Induce Them ! Tell (Le Glrl'B Where ahuuts. Tho pretty sovcutcon.year-old girl who In desperate straits tried to end her existence In tho Continental Hotel, at Twentieth stieet aud llroadway, before dawn last Saturday morning Is in kindly care out of town. rrnprictor Merriflcld, of tho Continental Hotel, and Urs. Itobortson and Tavis, of '-.'H Kast Twentieth strcot, who brought her back from the brink of tho gravo and aided her to escape when snfilcicntly recovered after her at tempted suicide, say they will tako the full term of Imprisonment which their action laid them liable to rather than mako known hor name or present whereabouts. As already published, they have connived at a ' felony, because section ITHof the penal code says that it 1b a felony to attempt suicide, aud section :I0 of the codo says a person who aids or conceals a felon is an accessor' to tho felons, and section XI of tho coda saya that a l rson convicted as an accessory to a felony Is punish ablo by imnrisonment for not more than five Sears or a flue of not tuoro than f!oo, or botii. Tolice Oapt, lteillj-. of tho Wost Thlitioth stieet station. Is ono eif tho kindest heaitcd officers in the department, but his dutv impelled him to call on Mr. Menifleld and Dr. ltobertson last ovouing and demand of them an explanation of tholr courao in tho matter. When an Kvitxisa Wont.n rcimrtor saw Dr. ltobertson this morning the phrslcian said ho did not know whether ho was to bo arrested or not. " I do not caro much, either," ho said. "My conscience) ansvvora mo tnat I have ilono right in the matter, and I will go to Jail for a year beioro I will tell that poor girl's name or turn her over to the law, " "You aro perfoctly satisfied tnat she is worthy of vnur most kind consideration 7" asked the re porter. "In every respeet I look upon her now as a protege of mine, and will dafend her as I would ono of my own flesh and blood. "Oapt. Itoilly callud on me last evoning, and I am sure that lie heartily Indorsed what wo diel for the gill, although perhaps In his nfllcial ca pacity ho could not .ay so. I am not afraid that ho will interfcro voluntarily in tho matter. "Did you know that you vvero violating tho law?" was asked, " I did not until I tead it in The Evlnino Wo iu.li sosterdas', it would not have made any diflerenoe If 1 had known It, though. I would have acted just tho same, and I am suro Mr.Mcr rifiehl and Dr. Tuvis would, too. " I never saw so many reporters in my life as I elid yestcrdaj," he coneliided. "'lhoycamo here all afternoon and up to midnight. Nearly each nuo was aimed with th.it clipping ironi jour paper." Dr. ltobertson is a specialist and a man of wealth and repute in his profession. He Is Just of that character that ho w ould go to jail rather than withdraw his suppoit tmm the girl now. "Mr. Mertiliild, when seen by tliu reporter, echoed Dr. llohertfoo's sentiments, ami aeldoil: "I know Cant. Itoilly. A better heal tod man novel lived, lie will make no artests in this ease, unless obllgeel to by outsldu buss'-bodics. "However, if tho public demand my arrest and imprisonment for my couise in this case, I will go to Jail, but I will never givo up tho girl to dtsginco. "Why, if she is arrested It will either drivo her to the river or the biothels, and I don't pro pose to allow that, Hho is good and innocent now. Wo havo soourod a gooel situation for bor. which is opon as soon as sho Is well enough to go to work, and I will never toll where she is," concluded tho kludly-faced, gruff-voiced boldface. e HE RESIGNS HIS TITLE. THE BAEON VON SHUL1KA BECOMES TLAIN "MlSTEtt." Mr. Joachim von Bhtilika nit Baron von Bhulikal It is a common thing for a young woman, horn a citizoness of this glorious Itopublic, to merge her Americanos, so to speak, into a foreigu title. Miss Smith is only too glad to bo come Her draco the Duchess of Hareacrcs, or Madame the Baroness ton Iluatnunblat. The rov crse of tho caso is when a young, titled foreigner resigns his right to any handle to his name, except plain United States "Mister," when his pioud family knew him as Count or Haron, a rarity that does not happen in a epiartt r of a century. It happened yctteiduy, however. Uudorwesoel O'Counell, tho suave clerk of tho Naturalization Dure an of tho Court of Common I'leas, then had the plcasuio of turning a blue blooded Oermati baron Into a plain mister of tho llcpuhlic. A tall, big, tine-looking German of a distinctly- blonde typo appealed at tho Naturalization Ilurcau and mado his second application for thu papers which would give him a legal chum to cttireiti-hlp. Joachim von bhiilika. Baron of the Gciuian Elliptic, took his la-t paper out on tho Jd of Apiil. He didn't wait for the iMof tho month for fear thut it would look like an April Tool's Joko if lie applied for them tho day beforo. No; 1, nt on the '.'d eif Annl. 1 HUH. Just twentv-one sears ago ho first saw tho light of tho German Vatorland. , , bo ho cominemorate'd his majotity by becom ing an Americuii citlcn. Joachim snowed a praiseworthy zeal in this, because ho couldn't have been more oxpe'dltious. To bo naturalired, an alien must make his llrst application ut some time within his tlrst three j-oars of residence in the countir. Then two years later he must make his second application, and must have resided, foi a scar at least. Im mediately ptevintis to this second application in tho State in which he takes out his panel s. Baron von Shullka arrived on theso Hepubli can ehores in 1H7.1, but what mouth he could not remember. He signed his profession as that rather unusual one for an American citi zen, namely. " Gentleman of Leisure." He said lu his printed aflldavit: I, Joachim sou hhullke, do dertare on oath that It Is bema nde mr Intention to become a citl.en of the United fttatee, aud to renoume fure.ee all alleguove and hilul Itr In any foreign I'lloce, tioteutate btate or sovereignty whatever, and particularly t" tho Kmpernr of (lermanr. of whom 1 am a subject, and renounce my title as liaron von IShulika. Then ill handwriting these worels wero added by tho Haron: " Aud I fuither hereby renounce mr title as liaron von Shuhka." The witness to the lute Hal ou's integrity and truthfulness was "Siegfried Lsdow, OS South Washington square, broker. " Haron, now Mr, on Shulika, lives nt In West Twenty.. iilh street, m a house of which (Jus tave Jenny is the proprietor. The mat Teutonic 1'Ii11ib who answered the nng of the bell by an Kvbnino Wom.li reportot i-aiil that Mr. Von Shtillka went out at 0 o'clock, she elldn t know while. Mr. Jenny did not know his lodger had been turned into mi American yestcrdas'. and when tout tnat .in. von ntiuilKO was oniy twenty-one, cxclauuol. Is that great big fel low only twenty-one !"' When asked what tho new citlcn did, he answered, "Well, ho spends uinner.1' This accords oharmingly with Joachim's pro fession of "gentleman of leisure," and it is much better that he should blow In his good money as a swell Now Vorkoi and Ameri can citizen than that his big frame should bu "grafted Into the army of Kaiser Wllhelm, and become a target tor shot and shell. Although he had to renounce his title of nobillt', Mr. Von Bhnllka can till retain the " particalee " the "Von," which marks him of noble birth. ... Congratulations, Citizen Von Bhulikal Lawyer Hterkler'e Navel Plea. Maria Johnson was tried under the name of Jano Doo, and sentenced in her proper name to six months in the reiiltcntiary, in the Court of Special Bessions, on Jan. 33. Charles Stockier, who has been retained as her, counsel, appealed the caso before Judge Uildursleovp. in the Court of General Sessions, to-day, arguing that whore the real name of a culprit was known it was the Court's duty to incorporate it In the pleadings. HEARTY WORDS FOR THE BILL ' Ilrooklyn Judgti and Lawyers Intitt that Children Should be Protected. "THE EVENING WORLD" INDORSED There Is No Itrunon Why the Amendment I'ropneeil Allowing the Hevlevv of l'ro. reeellncB In the Commitment of Children lo Initllnllons Hliould Not He rssed The Present I.avr Is Outrageous. IVom tin Brvollv World qTo-Dai.) Tho tlTort inaugurated hy The Kveximo Would to secure an amendment to the present law governing the commitment of children to reformatory institutions, which will givo to them the same -.-ntcction that is given to a criminal ancsted for crime, is so manifestly Just and proper that no fall. minded, candid man ought to hesitate for a moment in indorsing it. All tho amendment seeks to accomplish is to allow a tovieiv by any couit of record, upon certiorari, on the facts and the law, any such commitment. It has been reserved for only ono newspaper In New Yoik, together with the man agersor agonts of cettaiti reformatory Institu tions aft'eoted indirectly by tho proposod amend ment, to lie the solo and only opponents of tho hill. A number of ilrooklyn lawyers and Judges have been spoken toon tho subject, and while there were soma who weio not prepaid! to ox press an opinion ono way or tho other, because, as they said, they did not Hufllcicutly understand the subject, there was not one who cxptcssed himself as opposed to it, ami a number wero em phatically in favot of It. as tho following brief interviews will show: Judge Willard Hartlett. of tho Supi erne Court 1 considor It hardly becoming in a Judge to express an opinion on the passage of a law hy the I.egiolaturo which enlarges tho scope of his own towers. 1 am willing, however, to bo quoted in The Would as Basing this much re garding tho law in uiioetion. lean seono valid argumout against tho ohango pioposod in tho existing law. aud I can soe a great many good reasons why tho change proposed should bo made. Bernard J. York, Clerk of tho Court of Bes sions certainly think that no person, young or old, should bo deprived of his or her personal liborty without every opportunity possible to have his or her rights all Judicially passed upon by the courts. Tho rights of appeal, and also of habeas corpus aro too sacred to bo set aside or trifled with, and I am at a loss to understand how such a law ever came to be enae ted by the Legislature of the State. I think it is an out rage District-Attorney Iiidgway I think the amendment ought to bo passed and that it would bo a good thing. If the law as It now stands dnos not allow of appeals from the com mitment of a l'olice Magistrate to the higher courts, it ought to be amended. In my opinion the personal rights of little children cannot be too carefully guaidod. Lawyer William J.Uasiior My opinion lsthta tho pi esent law is most outrageous and damna ble, anel I do not know bow it ever came to be passed. It must have been the work of tho agents of the Institutions aflccted hy it, who aro notorious as exti enlists of the most virulent tspe'. Of com su I think tho present law ought to be amended, and 1 am m tavm of The Uvenimi Would'h bill proposing to amend it. Ex-Judge James Troy I contend that tho commitment of a child to a rcformatoiy institu tion under the law at it now stands, is review able uuiicr halicas corpus prnccesltngs or by appeal, but if tho courts hold otherwise, of ooure tho law should bo so amended as to do away with any doubt or cavil in the matter. I think, therefore, that The Evening World's proposed umeuilment shall bo adopted, aud I would mako tho amendment oven stronger, something liko this: "Tho commitment of a magistrate under such a pioceedlng shall not tie deemed tho final Judgment of a court or tribunal of competent Jurisdiction, but all such commitments shall bo reviewable on habeas eoipus proceedings, and an appeal may bo had from any such order of commitment made by such niagistiato in such manner as appeals aro now mado, from the Judgment of police magis trates or courts of special sessions, under sec tion 741) of the Codo of Criminal rroceduro." Oeorire. Iliowcr was not sulticiently posted on the law to givo an expression of opinion, but said: "1 will Bas-, however, that Id my opinion niv body more needs the protection of the courts than thu children. " Horace Oravos I know nothing about tho present law except that, as I umlersluud it, police magistrates have exclusive Juiisdiction in the matter of tho commitment of children to re formatory institutions, and their action cannot bo lev lowed by tho higher courts. 1 think that law ought to be amonded. Thomas K. Vearsall -1 think tho prosent law ought to be amonded. No porsou, young or old, should be sunt to Jail or a reformatory in stitution by any magistrate without tho right of appeal to some other magistrate or higher court of competent jurisdiction for lollef, or in other words, to havo his h gal rights Judicially ln ejuired into and ilctciinined upon. AntM.'otiHplrncy l.nvv .UrtMsOfeellnir. Arrangements for the mass-me'Oting to bohelel at Cooper Union to-night, in aid of tho amend ment to tho Conspiracy I, uws, aro all complete, and tho meeting pinmUes to bo a great success. ltjv. Hugh O. 1'entoco-t. Samuel Gomners, Ceil. Iugeisoll. Cougiessmau J. J. Qtilnn, John Dulehaiity, Kdvvard King, James I'. Archibald, T. J. Creamer, .Vsxtmhlyman James D. Graham, Col. O'lleu ne. Senator tliady, Judgo McCarthy andSonatoi Miiitihv aio expected tobeptesent ami speak. The Balfc Musical Club will provide music. Chuunrey Won't Lend the Spellbinders. ChaiuiGoy M. Depuw has resigned tho Presi dency of tho National Spellbinders' Association, on tho gi omul that he has not time to perform tho duties of that position. A Natural Inference. Vem JuJy.) Hostess Mis. Fls'cr, let me introduce Mon sieur Uras. Mrs. F. Not with a view to dancing, I hope,; I am eiiiltei full. M. U. Alas! zen z' plais er is denied to me also of taking madameuosupparc. . PU R E p?PRICE's CREAM AKlNg Itiiaperlor xre.lnc prurva lu ntlllloni of bomai for mor tbkn a qmvrtr of a century. It I uJ by the Un.tel btM Joernmnt taaTa hf th hd of the (lrt Unit ei-Btlti u tun Strouf !, Purtut apd rnoi, UHAlthful, J)r Irif'i Cream Ilik.ojr l'owder uom not on lain Ammonia, Lime, or Alum. Sold only In Can a, I'HIUi; UetKINU I'OWDKU CO. fiiifiWi r if kiWMiitiM('i OUR MARY SAILS FROM US. s a. a. ex THE GEEMAXIO CARRIED 11ER AT S THIS MOBNLNQ. With Her Urolher and Slater Rite Left the Victoria Hotel nefore 0 O'clock This Alerulnc A Little Company of Friends an the Tier Did Her God.Npeed as the Hl Veesel Puts Oat to Hea. Miss Mary Anderson sailed at R o'clock this morning on the White Star steamer Ucrmanic for England. It was given out two or three days ago that she was going abroad, and that she had engaged passago on the City of Chester of tho liimau line. This was. perhaps, n kindly little fiction got ten up by some of Miss Anderson's nivcntrvo friends to prevent a throng from coming to bid her good-bs. On tho passenger list of tho Oennanic. which is ono of the star boats of tho White Htar lino, were written thee names: " Mr. Joseph Anderson, Mrs. Joseph Ander son, sister and maid. " The unnamed sister was tho dimming and successful Amei lean actios, Miss Mary Andui son. Tho name of this bountiful daughter of Ken tucky is known all ovei the woilel Uf comsc, every ono will iecognie Mr. Joseph Anderson as her brother, and Mts. Joseph Auelorson as tho daughter of Lawrence Barrett. Miss Anderson spent jesteiday in tho very re sponsible management of directing tho packing of her truuks and bandboxes ut tho Hotel Vic toria. Hho was up this morning beforo the morning star. An early carriage with twinkling lights and a sleepy driver stooel at the pavement of the taveru. Miss Anderson, herbiother and hor ststct-ln-law started for Kurono at 4.:ro o'clock in tho morning. They arrived at the WhitoHtar pier, a stono's throw from Christopher strcot, at r o'clock. Tho pier had been open all night for prema turely early passengers. Tho watchman half awoke from a morning nap and showed tho way to the gangplank. The three voyagers went on board and Miss Anderson rotirod to her state room. At sun-up cabs began to rattle down to tho White Star pier, anil personal frionds of Miss Andorsou went on boaid the stcamor with bou quets aud flowers. Boon the cabin table was smiling with beauti ful roses for tho elcparting actress. Not least among them was a great horseshoe, which seemed to wish an ocean of good luck, besides baskets of flowers such as cannot he obtaincel betwoeu hero and Liverpool. The visitors came so quietly that no ono could find out who they weie, but from that unmis takable look of greatness which thuv vvoiv it was Busnccted that they wero actors and acticMcs. About fifteen frionds, of whom six were ladies, stood at the pier when at H o'clock the Gormanlc was towed out in the stteani. Miss Anderson stood aft on tho deck of tho Oennanic and leaned ovor the rail to hid her friends good-by. Hhe was in blitho spnits. A light fog Hung over the river anel no sunshino was visible', excopt the sunshino in her face. Her cheeks were rosy, and as she was sailing away she looked liko a fading picture of liealth. A gallant longshoreman in a whito flannel Bhirt took off his hat to her. Hho acknowledged the graceful compliment by waving her hand kerchief. Miss Andorsou will remain abroad till Novem ber, spending the time in general travel and sight-seeing. Sho may visit tho south of l'taucc. Hho expects to return about Dec. 1 In time to appear on the stage on tho Uth of that mouth. ie HUNG BY AN ELECTRIC WIRE. The Critical Situation or an Iron Hoof Workman at Isrldgcport. rSFECIAL TO TOE EVENINO WORLD. 1 BanxiKTOHT, Conn., April 3. John Bourk is an cmployoo of the Beiliu Iron Uridgo Compans'. Ho was at work in this city on tho roof of Warner Di others' four-story brick oorsot fac tory at an hour near lightlng-up time. The roof has a steep pitch, and was covered with a sprinkling of snow. Bourk lost his balance and slipped down tho steep roof. He clutched at tho slippery slating, but his rapid slide towards the- edge was not stopped until half his body had passed the eaves. He then caught hold of an electno wire which runs along the edge of tho roof. Tho electricity is supplied by a dynamo In tho factory and is UBcd to light the shops. Tho wire is but partly Insulatcel, and beforo Bourk could ciawl back onto tho edge of tho roof, tho electric current was turned on. Bourk uttereel tho most piercing screeches. Ho was unable to let go, and could ho have done, so ho would nave dropped about 40 feet to tho ground. It was several minutes beforo a ladder could bo raised and rescueis could diag him off tho wire. His hands were burned and lacerated, and Ilourk was so badly hurt that he had to be car ried Into tho Seaside Institute for Working Qirls to bo resuscitated. Coming O. O. I. Iluttle In tho Twenty-First. The Plattitcs and tho Union Leaguers will havo it out in the Tvvoutj--urst Assembly Dis trict, at tho Republican primary Friday night. Win K. Lcary, tho pi esent Chairman of the Histi let Committee, leads tho former, while the banner of the League is borno by A. It. Wlut ney, who says that lie is going to win and mako the district Ilepublicau. Or com so Mr. Whitney is supported by John F. I'luniiner, while the Hoss faction. KliliuHoot and Win. Brooklleld are found in the ranks of the I'lattltes. THE POLO GROUNDS PETITION. llaarbntl Admirer Who Have Not Signed It Hliould Do Ho at Once. The Folo Grounds question Is still In abey ance. Tho Aldermen will not tako any action in the matter until Tuesday next. Tur, Evimiko Would petitions now beforo the Doard of Alder men contain 14,003 names, to put it precisely. One of tho best and largest lists of names In dueled In the last batch of potltlona waa for warded by Mr. ltenn, manager and one of the proprietor of tho International Unto). Mr. Itctin is a warm friend of Mr. Mutrle, and went to a great deal of trouble to get up tho petition. The bombardment of the Aldermen with pctl. tlon should be kept up. Mr. Day. it is Btateel. will not mako any arrangements for other grounds, at least until after Tuesday next 'iheieforolttall admirers of baseball who have not vet signed this blank do so at onco, and not only sign it, but circulato among their friends. THE EVANISH WOBLD PETITIOX. Tti thf lloantq AIJfrMfn oWVee I'ork Cityt 'lhe undersigned, residents of Now York and vicinity and admirers of the National came, bo lieviug that It is not Inconsistent with tho major ity or private iiiteiests involved, and knowing that it is in accordance with the desire and sen timents of the great majority of tho public, that tho l'oloOtimnils shall not be tendered unfit, for bastbill plnvlng this season by thu grading of One Hundred and Eleventh sheet through the ground-", , ... Heichv petition your honorablo body that no action providing for tho grading of said strcot thieiugli the I'nlo Grounds shall bo taken until after Oct. 1 next, thereby onabllng tho Tolo (Hounds to bo used by tho New York baseball public and its champion nino this season and afloiiliug ample time tor tho securing of perma nent grounds for use in future seasons. Wo base' this petition purely upon pnbllo grounds, in the belief that tho interests of the National game in tho National metropolis merit tho consideration and cucoutagcmcnt of the coustituted authorities. Name Residence .,,, l'nato on l'aper Tor More Names. Answers to Correspondents. A. L. 7. Pinochle in tho correct spelling. Joseph Howarth. Fresidont Cleveland ap. proved or allowed to become laws 1,351 pension bills, as against 73tl by Arthur, 303 by Ilayel and4Hfi by Orant. .V. Hf. U.ll yon cive ft chattel mortgage on your furuitiiro the holder can foreclose when ever you fail to make the stipulated payments. A. C. II Watch tho advertisements in the dally paper. (I. Mc Itoliert Louis Stevonson has no copy, right hcic on tho diama "Dr. Jokyll and Mr. Hyde, "and you do not need his permission In order to legally give an amateur performance). Ion nt inn F. ..You can have tho Judgraont debtor examined in supplementary proceedings, and if he has money ami refuses to pay he may be sent to prison for contempt, but it will proba bly cost you more than tho amount of your Judg ment. Beatrice. Wo do not know what your friend means by A. A. 1'. on his card. tl. . C. You cannot hunt ducks on Long Island until May 1 nor labbits until Nov. 1. t". e". Ux-I'rcsident Grovcr Cleveland's law office is at 4,i William street. f'hnrle K. lliirton. Mako application for Handy Hook pilot appointments at the Pilot Commissioners' office, 4 el Hurling slip. Hii MKCU1U2 YOVIl CENTENNIAL DECORATIONS OF JOHN IIALIi, 03 WEST 18TII ST., NKW YORK, NKAU OT1I AVE. 18TH ST. I. BTATION. U. fl. Hunting Flags in regulation fast colore and sizes, monutet! on varuliihed spoar-head poles, with falranhMSl metal bolder to attach to wlndow.sllls or casiugs, screws and ALL COMPLETE. gtjle, " IIArn:itY."3.Vlnchtlag, Si-Inch pole, at f.Oo. eaoh, complete. Style "ClAIUUSON," 48-Inch tlag. 7iMnchpole, at 81.00 each, complete. Also fast-color Huntings for Decorations, 40 Inchee wide, at 15o, per yard A 3 Oil 1 STOHY HOUSE CAN liE ELAUOKATE1.Y DKCOIIATED FOR 810 TO gfO EVERYBODY "is Talking About the Wonderful Story that The Morning World Is Publishing, Entitled A VOYAGE TO MARS; Or The Life and Civilization of Another Planet Tntlrei ' ProucU(m " Has Captured Old and Young Mike. HEAD THE f"oT.I.OW1M.VNOP.SISa7i1 HUmN HEAPING I THB HTOUY TO.MOUKOW MOU.MN.s AT A MOST EXOIT.NO IAUT. Bworsis or rur.rr.DiNn cnArTcns. H A cnrloue cipher manuscript Is found under strauue circumstances on an island In the Pacific II Is lei H autobiographical storr of a trlu to the planet Mars from the earth. The narratlre begins with the construction H of e machine or vesvelcaMed the "Astronaut," the motlre power of which Is a neeelr discovered foroe oallea H apergy. The Journejr through apaco Is safel; acromnllabeil and the tra.eller lauds on Mars. He tluds a big hi H and xcnliarlr ciTlllied country, but the nalttee at first a. sail htiu, aud llsmo, a Martian notability, projects H binn. KnduZarupta, auollteerof the Horerelgn of Mars.ts sent toiuTentlgate the remarkable appearance of tr-e H earthly traveller, tie take aflront at the latter anil becomes his deadly enemy, Meanwhile the tra.eller weos H K.eena, the daughter of Ksmo. and en routo to tho Court of Mars where he la summoned by royal mandate, be H andbu wife, on the ad. Ice of E.mo, booome inemlwrs of tho Order of the Htar. a powerful Martian secret so H clety The Court of the Hulerof Mars is reached and the Suterelgn, or C'atnpta, recite, his gueet In the moat H friendly manuer, to the tll-coneealett anger of Kudo Zainpta, The Prlnoo bestows a royal present on the trav H eller. lie I. given a bandaome resldeuce, animate and ell beautiful Martian girls aa wives, liveeoa ')'" H duces bim lo them and he Bnd. that the roauagemeut of the Martian household Is no light task, elflno. H member of the Order of the Htar, is engaged aa superintendent of the estate, and lie warns the traveller that bu H Hie Is In danger from eecret enemies The latter has a eeeond Interview with the Prince of Mars. Dalrloagara h warns him that his foee are aeeklngals life, that he has an enemy In his household and advises htm to aoruttntse all H the eorre.pundence of bis wives Two of them, jiunane aud Klve, give him some of their letters, which be lornf h over to Ualrlo. lie then takes his wives to a pubilo Martian nursery, whew the girls of marriageable at an MM H aa brtdea. rl .Htv mXjh OOKj 2?? O 2FL X T- 1 IjdBvHsaRBentPjRaMfMiBfc