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THE EVENING WORLD, SATURDAY, APRIL 15, 1911.
r CRUSADE ARAINS T I FIRE-TRAPS AIDS OUTSIDE OWNERS Suburban Sites Arc Sought ;is Result of New Laws to Stop Overcrowding. -CITY RENTS GO HIGHER.' Cheap Land Is Needed to Meet Regulations for Homes and Factories. nhurbtfi etpaninn l ivlnr. hastened a ,. remit of the new- mot i-nrtil i aslnst flrc-tra) i'on!ru.imn. Several hills were jtc tia I t-l yestcrdiy by those who ,tti more iHriK-n: laivs pieveni ovrrrronillnr; Pi nork places and home strilrtuies. Labor le.nlen, philanthropists, civic or;nyitatlnns unit politicians ar Jnlnllie t.i sfntter t'ie pnpnlitlnn hy miMn of legislstlnii. The public lia bicn rn;i1'(l to the nr.-rn. ally of preventing development fnHher ilons congested lines, either In im. nr or. residential n-i-tion. 1'onr Mils have lifeti inltodtieett n the tlit Sfn.tte by "IIIr Tliti" fitllivan and six In the Ascini.t iv Mr. S.'iortt lo place neiv restrictions up.i'i tenement house. TIii" measures nre opposed liy , virion orcinlia lions of Hit owners, i anil Hr. Al'in'iaiu Hum of t)ii I trirli-ni Property (in nets' Assoc. atlon has uracil u'h member by petfc'nal letter to extrt every liilluinct! pojslhle tliroiiKli legit. latlte chunncls to defeat the proposed Haws. Hut It I understood generally 'Wiat the Legislature will pan laws for the piotivtloti of hotn fartory worker anil II J t dwellers. Mutt Leave Old Centrei. Tttilldcrs s.iy Hint the Una proposed would prevent further construction of large manufacturing buildings m i-iowded centres. Tlila Ib J list what tl projectors of tlio measures desire. In the Nan' Jersey Ltglalaturc, too, a Similar niovtniont la Kronlnic and bllla Jnjro under conaldtratlon to pravent tha In'mploymant of largi mtmbrra of work- fit on any xctpt tlia lowar two or three floora of bulldlnc In which are utorecl a creat iltat of litetily Inflam- (nable material, auoh muallna and funeral dreaa cooda. With atrlnsent reatrlctlena placed upon the construction and in of lofta and fftctorlfn, realty operatora aay that pile manufacturing: concern" which him Ithnuaanda of workara wilt he forced Into tha lubtirba In order to net tha neceaaary area nf land for factorlea no lilnher than two or thraii floora. They could not afford to occupy ao much valuable apace In Manhattan, Brook lyn or In other densely populated ec tlona where concealed population glvea 'ry hlh valuea to land. It la pre dieted that tha manufacturing expan sion of the metropolis must make prao tlcally oil of Ita headway now In su burban section. Huoh tendenclta hve become marked. The movement of old Manhattan, con rerna Into the big lluih Terminal Buildings In South Brooklyn la one of the features of Industrial development. It ta growing rapidly In volume and many great atructurea are being built to houee trje outflow of manufacturer. la other aectlona of the suburbs sim ilar evolutions are taking place. Fac- iterlea are being ibutlt at favorably altu. itet polnta In all of the outlying dla rlcta. Towns are sprinting up around .'.them. Growth In Brownivllle. An llluitratlon of auch auburban In- uatrlal development upon a large and aapld scale lit been offered In Tlrnwns- fvllla, where a city of 13.0W persons naa grown within less than a dee.ade I upon what wai one of outer Itrnoklyn's i'noet unpromising waste atretchrs. Its tal atart began with tho clearing out if lowar east side sweat shops and cnemente to make way for the Wll- Jlamiburg llrldge, and It grew swiftly Jvlth other (jig Inroads upon the Ohetto ( iectlon. auch as the demolition of hint preda of old houses to make apace for SMaahattan Bridge npproachca and to laar wide areas for othtr Improve nenti. 1 Under the proposed atrtneent factory icd tenement regulations, owners of itich properties will not be able to rent , April Showers have their ad vantages, as May flowers will testifv, but the v make a street bystreet can vass for a suitable Apartment. Rat. House, Store or Office a hazardous undertakinc. But you may sidestep any such discomfort by studying tne More than 1,500 "To Lmt" ads. to be printed in The Sunday World to-morrow : : : Through Them, While Seated in Home or Office One Mav Find thp Vacancy he Seeks Quick ly and with but Little Effort. ii i ii ii It ft t : i" V 1111. . , UL'-fi-' f. ' I .! L I I V I f . i i t iii ii i i r r ,i i ii ii r -i - y j v i ' - : . - M"K . . i rrt. s i -- --r-1 5. i VS-iL- - ' 1 ,i i-- - r w , 1 apace to manufacturora at the ratra which have prevailed. Items may go an high that manufacturers will not care to pay them even If they eolikl Afford to do ao, IHc.h new law placing restric tion upon Wneiiieuta lm added to th ezpenae wl.lch owner havo hail to make up out of rentals, and the rerult lias hern a alight rise In rent with mich expensive additions to fixed charxea. The new laws are expected to add Mill more to the landlord', burden and thus to the rente which lnwllorda muat exact. Big Move I Expected. With both the manufacturers and their worker forced away from old olty centres by higher rents nil larger gen eral outlays, It Is believed that the movement to the suburbs will asjumo Immense proportions within the nest few months-. Worker. like to live near the factories and manufacturer want to be In districts where they can g-et lnbor on moat advantageous terms. Many any that they will be prepared to Ignore laolc of pubnay rapid transit facilities for tho present. They expect to build up the now outside Industrial communities po rapidly that thy will have all of the udvantaKes of the old centres within a short time. Suburban promoter Hre preparing town !U' in all parte of the outer zone for the new overflow of factorlea und for the woiker homes which must fol low tho factorlos. Operators linvo bought heavily thin iek in districts which seom tn bo mokt fnvoraUy lo cated for tho comlnc development. They believe tliut they mo at the start of 11 population readjustment which will be ono of the tnot Jar-renehlnc that has teen notw m the history or the nietrnp. oils. They say It means a further bl outward swing of the home masses, Ji USH LEADS MO VE OF INDUSTRIES TO Smt'KHAX SITES. V J As pre-l.lrnt or r in, , , , , ,,i Coir, .-i" . . ,e !- 1 1 . . 1 u .t iiTf n i muniti fa. to ts a I iv.irjiers' iiomcn on the t . n i I i i u i a, rd out A ar.w Rirnnr.oow wnT.Mr" orw "The Adventure of the Norwood '" me tine oi ine complete Oonan Boyle Hhsrlock Holmes Uetec tire Htory to be given In booklet form vrlth to-morrow's (Jumlay World. One of a set of thirteen complote atones, uti tho set. ILlXll - THE EASTER PARADE THEN AND BY ELEANOR SCHORER UP AND DOWN PICTURE LANE liy Henry Tyrrell Tm tr, IfK people of New York City hold partnership Interest In tho Mot- tropolltan Muum of Art to the xtent of W,or-thls being the amount or tne municipality s annual contribu tion to the administration and mainte nance expenses of the huc high-brow hippodrome In Central J'ark Kast. It cost lEI.RST.sn to run tlm place Inst year. Htul tho 741,119 persons who attended paid In a total of $s,ii02 In gate money toward making up tho difference. Hut with the due collected from 3,H mem. hers of all clappes, tho interrst on Its endowment fiinU, and tlio legacies nnd donations constantly coming Its way, tliero la no Immodlato danger of tho Museum's jfolni: broke, or of Its hnvlng to economize hy putting In cheap do meptlo art In plac of the more expen sive Imported hrund. In tho year 1510 no lesa than 10.0M new objects were received nnd placed on display. Of these, 7.71 were hroiiRht In by tho nelRhbors. The other hnd to ho purchased with real cash money. Ilesldes those permanent acces sions, n total number of 6,517 objects wero lent. Of course, only n small proportion of these "object" were pictures nnd cul turps. Almost nny old Junk can bo ruiiB In, under the Renenil classification of "art," nowaday. Orcek KrnvePtonea, Japanese netsukes, Ktruic.m brnnte wheelbarrow. Kgyptlaii safety jilns from 'way buck In the time of Mono", old lace and textiles nnd broken xlass, If It's ancient and Irldeweiit-nll these nre nrlst to thn Museum' mill, under tho vailous ratoirorlen of applied nit. T in: late .1. Ahner Harper, whone art nnd literary collection nre t the American Art naileries. Madison Snu.ue Hoiith, to bo oid there nnd nt Mendelsoohn Hnll on Tuesday, WiMlnesdny mid Thursday nfternonn nnd evrnlng of next week, had a con sistent and well-defined Men of the sort of pictures n gentleman of tame may enduro for tendy company, and be nr. aod morn than a few good speci men of them. Thesu are chiefly eigh teenth, centurv HngllHh portraits and 1'renoh miniature or thn s.imo period, with n mellow old master or two and several choice llttlo liuiilHcnpcs (,,. rludiiiK two original Turner drawings of the "Liber filudlorum" series. Sir Jo-dnn r.evnolds' "iir. snntur' .IiMiiivoii," I'opley'H iMirtrnlt of NV'soii In early youth, tS.iliiMbiirough'K -Will, lam I'ltt, Itrl or Ciatliam," Itoinuey's Sir lluirli fimllliMiit" ta relatlvi of I i. ,n (JI ln(. nnuinpiiiil.in Invt . , tiillnn nt Washington! and Lawren. MH.rtinlt of himself nr.. .,, . n,lrli H.,.1 .,,..,.1.1... " ",rl th IntVinsIc ciiarm. ' " K,u,""1,r my.r,s; TXu :f flinrle nicken-a small hut ..dnilrablv painted half-lcimtli. ul.i, i, im.,.ii1 carries conviction of being, us tho catn. i to llic part or tinrts iiltctlcil nslirUkly IS' ';1"! ,,,,nr ("m '!' iTloilla. .irctiinsluiuTs will permit. Ilenrtit l.f Tl'ei . sn l w"..!!0 ! ,7. .i ...V " "oti'i-1 ""t ir" s ift V,' l1"',""-1 ;..a..r.p;,in."" m , r,in;;: In "llos," nt liintnrltv In KKfii In IMiUnd IK It" inUPOll !H "In:" tit lin.l.isM.. I liis Imblt uh ho iiMti. Tlm HiiiniVtiMl, - filing tfXFiT? Z doublo watch chain, tho t.umtv. in,... KetU- ImoilnK. mid n rerlain llashv etc Bunin of mill iv nil thn outward nttrl bules of the popular nicken arn here, end the plctuio would bo a jo in m y public K.illei v. ISoolt colli ling WHS III v. t .o (1 , for i Ha pi . nii'l hit in I i un 1. 1 net i x .f llhiktrnteil tt iti hndH w u 1 h ib" i n us Hut when It comei i i l.n ix.tuiMlto Oiientol poiTidiihis, lll.ipano l.iui(riue, rcrslan nnd uthcr fulcneea -well, lure Is porno exrusii for luvel- ht.ll.l.Ml eOtlMOl.altr ,.nn.nln l.l... 'Mrnti,'ant UK West That lias Passed" Is vividly recalled and put on permanent record In ao.ne of most plct-nque phases In the ;y f, twenty-flve palntlnsn and water color nn.l half a doien small hrnnjres ejchlb lied by Charles SI. IluaseU nt the Kol ram Oallerlos. 3M Fifth nvenue, until tho ArM of May. "omp.irlson with the late Frederick itiuntngtou Is Inevitable, yo we limy ns woll havo it over t once, and eay tlm Jtiifwll Is slightly In the lead nnd still downtown exhibition la distinctly worth polni strong. Itemlngton was tho moro .while. The Devllle etchings have lmag- ophlTttcotcd artist. Itusse.ll Is morolnntlve ouatlty and artistic distinction, the real cowboy, llo rode tho rango and lived with Indian for ycar lieforo he found; filmself us painter and sculptor. No art school ever roped In and branded "Kid" Ilusrcll. Yet In hla own way he crew to bo pnlnt-tvlin nnd broke himself to modelllnB and draw ing, po that to-day ho Ptlll Koes hi own free gnJt. and nobody has anything on I Im an regards tho ring tricks of tech nique. W. O. Krleghoff's portrait shows what manner of a man nuell Is, out wardlyhard ns nails and a face Ilka a otttto on the) upper Missouri. In wardly, though, he has the Imagina tion of n poet and thn tenderness of a woman, combined with a robust aense of fun nnd on Infinite capacity for tak ing pains. Thorn is something dolnff In every one of Russell's pictures. Not lnfro (luently It Is o dead earnest fight to kill, as In "The Smoke of n 43," or "When Hloux and niackfeet Meet." Then again we have an Innocuous little scrimmage, as when the hoys playfully shoot up the town for drinks, or a bucking bronco runs foul of the grub wagon. "Tlm Wngou ltoss," piloting a mule train over tho rldo ut Fort Ilenton, with tho Mlrmurl Itlver winding llko a pnakn through distant leagues of un tamed hands. Is an Invnluahle document of American history, us w-U an a cork ing hit of landscape painting. Finally, In tho "Sun Worshippers." a majostle old Indian on lioracbuck turning with eyes ntid arms uplifted In devotional altitude toward tho settlntr un, the nrtlst reaches hli grandest emotlonul hnlght In n composition of truo opie iiualliy, in which tho Inspiration of the thnnio hns cnmniunlcateil Itself lo the technical execution, and the coloring Is ns gorseoua and glowing as In a Zlrm's "Venice," r Hli Municipal Tlnlldlng excavation and steel work, tho cnvenions arches of the llrooklyn Jlridge as viewed from tlm pnnky streets below, the Curl) larket In llroad street, tlia Singer tower leailng kywarl from a hldn street canyon off llrcadway, old Kt. John's Chapel In Varlclt Hreet, and tho Park Itow llulldlnr at none unearthly hour In the morning sui hllke scenes nr so familiar to us Now Yorkers that we seldom or never really seo them. It tnkm tin man from abroad to be struck nil of a cap" by the nrc'illec- ft R R RADWAV'9 READY BELIBP RHEUMATISM Ai.iiIv Itmlunv's Wea.lv llellef externally . "ivc.l roll. Ko.lway'g 1'il Is. win ulii lie ilcrtvcil from iinnwny a rills, UiHr altrrntive nuliot, l.einu peculiarly i w,;t "f" hwcIIciI, sltll or ronlrartcil. Itniwn.v s Huuly Itclirf with uwcit oil n ml isk for Radway'sjind Take l o Substitutes Sickly Smile Wine it off your otherwise good looking iwx. put on that good health smile that CAS CARETS will eive you as a result from the curt of Constipation or a torpid liven It's so easy do it you'll set, J CASCAXXTB I0e a baa lar ereek's lisatBMal. all drusaiita. Biff est liar la um srtiM, ! a auaia. NOW -2, r - 1 rural wonder of thla town. Such a man is Monsieur If. Dm-llle. tmnt tM-t. i. i. nround New York for a year or mare nit. and now show some thlrtv suecl-lYork monts of his work at the art cetahllPh- ment of James II. I'nclerhlll at the cor ner of John and Nassau streets. This expressed In an authoritative techntoue which makes a successful appeal to the connoisseur. OMR current exhibitions with the a moom or rreanness on them are ' " ,i. " ' . . K- recent paintings by Paul Cornoyer T,man nt of 1ne . . . u , , , . . r', Union League C ub s Committee on Art and HoVart N -hols (also drawing fn h "9 "nit put over another of those ,c pstel and etchings In color hy Mlss1 ekhlbltlon o' paintings hv Jfaud Hunt Squire, at Katz's, No. JCI3 American artl'ts with which he Is mak AYest 53eventy-fourth street: pictures by mB a hlgh-notcli record. ABSOLUTELY ALONE AT THE of the world's bottled beers is the supreme position occupied Budweiser Its high reputation and mild and exquisite flavor is and Purity, and exacting obedience to every law Bottled only at Anheuser-Busch St LouU. M. MASKED ROBBERS EACH WTH PISTOL HOLD UP LONE CHE ! . . , , Break Intonrooklyn Restaurant i I W'liile Policemen Snore in Two Nearby Stations. Tlirro were polhetnen lo the tUhl of thrin, pnll''pnien tn tlio left of the'n norlnf and slunilif tltii, but thev did not keep thrre unned and nissked .... ... . . ' nion rrii.,i pniff lip i in i i.ttiti n r.'it, t ..r.t't.'.j 111 . iii'iniut i, i ntiu tir i i ti,. .1.1 ... 1 i.mi.I. n. .1. David Levy and robbing the co.ik. The llrM etntlnn. a blink and n mir n way hii-i ine .miuiiim ireet pu- lion, intee 111111 a nair uiif.'Ks inviiy, hrnril h limit it to-tiny. A pur tru -k run from Adan " 11 i.ni.n I, .ink. i.i.dnv ,i,,i , 11,. 1 1 p arted lor u town in i.ioiiri, nerr .treefli. th. IliooUbn Ilrld., 1-Vr the! '''.VcX mi. ""' " ' "- moat part th. property fin. er t,e l.--k XVn,,;,lta n ' t ," I ML friend, h,re believe He ... ,0 lavn -jtit. Hut l.ey ha hli ietau ant r,f,rVP , ulr, T1,j. . n'.r,.a, f I e p.irleil a found M.-iterm? n.i n I'lcve there. It l teihnlcntly kmiwn Iti iy-a n the pioporllonate cap 1 r - I Intnl. O., etrcet lPt nlfflit lie i about iiruoKiyn ii .n, .11 11 naiunKiuu iirr-i, , W'lll.um Alexander l the chef nhd uhlpwri'Mfs "two on a raft" and lllla orders for 1 Hntlon" and "CHIas I I'mlted," Jitut ni thf ptistomcr wania 1 I e rate" poached or pcratnliled, or hl tiork and heuna for nn. Wllllnm re. poses on the. premlea. When the reslaurunt clo'cd nt 0 o'olocl; last n'aht .10 POUffht tlio polufe. nf early hep. An hour and a half pap.if.l. Then l.-ree ' men, wr.irlnc mask, c.iiefully cut tli i:ltis from .1 rear window, enti'-el tun place atut'ono "f them, unlit no gentle . tone, nroused the cook sii that he tniif it see hnw dark and gloomy npppn'e..!1 the Interior nf a lnrEe. pistol barrel. I The inatt with the pistol mltlonfil William to tenialn quiet. 1Il did. Then a request was nladc for his money, lit said he had none. "I.ylns la worse than teallnc," ituoth tho burclnr n he took 110 from Will iam's pocket'. Then the thief went through the cash register, and the three men eat down o at a trifle of the Levy fool. After the meal thoy carefully cllmbad out 1 of the window, replaced the class and went away irom mere, I -v. nrrepta have been No arrests havo been made. i n, llutrlilnann, Ilrokrr, Dies, i ijuelus nolles' Hutchlnsen, a retired stockbroker, died suddenly last evening of apopiexy -i .... , iu.i.v. o r street. Montclalr. X J. , Mr. Ilutcnlnaon wii born tn Mt. Vernon, N, II., eeventy- three yeais ago Ho moved t Sew City In and soon afterward entered business as i.iocKi.roiier, re coining a member or tne ,ncw York Stock Exchange. A widow nnd two daughter.", Mrs. k. r. .tr. it enueistadt o' Montclalr and Mrs. J. It. Wallace of Canaan, N. H.. survive him. Arthur "Wesley Dow at the Montross Gallery. No. by) Vlfth avenue; and paint- the Brewery CATCH CHAUFFEUR WHO RAN ' Adrn rTi i t iiii-rum orw r i cn rninLLi nunimu dui I Charts of lvlonioui Assault and CiranJ larceny Ma.lf Against tlim. The necro cliiiiffeur who s;enl.iy aftei'.inu.i un down anJ mortally In- i Jilted ii nien- ear-uld nearo boy, j I Charles Hlkrr of No. l Ka O e , Ilunilteil mill 'riilrty-'Ccimd "trtet, and I. .' , n..i tl.eu ran a..y. w caught Ilej'" 1."-"Mln. l-'1n)- w, Id.-ntin.d l.i lleuty V ll.ill, ntid w euipln).-1 I .n Dr. Ilalvy .1. 1 1 J .1 ret'ri.l detl- ' 'l, nu dvea umiif.t : x. m kuh mu nmi, Dun- Mnttyrei-mi I Ktrert and Cnn ro ... .. .. ... ,.,,.. fllrnu,r rM. avenue. ' Hull Known tn luv,. had Ch-irlM l'le t.t f DunUli k. itinde the Idct iincatloti. Willi mm .1 ill lil wife, -ramc, of No.; ir. Mono until to-duy Inmulnod that !:r,,:e,,?;r:t1;!;ur"::;! i '- m r dimti the boy. !id in In F;oer llu- 1 I'i'H'p tint "lien fmiml l.i.-t i.lzlil hi pit .1 1 Willi 11 fractured 'cilll. Dele -tlve un hunting '"r t r Invne nf n friend, lliirlciit fou.id thK.n and le.irne.1 II il. j prnnk Miller, irt IIUU .rrel nf t'int iinme. 1 i,...i...,i . i.., ,,1,1.1. trntf Hteluiri II ill I'luteed with folontmii n.anll mil iil'fi w If i annul 'ttl..nflt. ., IIia hinUlnl ..f i..H..1l., iff"', iKiupekMoer fir .Mr Ku-ix, In .,, , ,,,,,, ,, lf w:thl)Ul , t miiln er pp.-inle'lnsi. lie vi held wn-inm uhii on nu tnre cnaraej, IIimiU Norplii. .IMH.s.-.i. Tl.e weekly M-itement of Oatlna ' nerve a (itiiiared w'th Inst Meek, PleasantRefteshM r 0 Gentle and Effective, CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. in tfio Circle. onGvenjPacftao of the Genuine. DO NOT LET ANY DEALER DECEIVE YOU SYRUP OF FIGS AND tUXtR OF SENNA MAS CIVEN UNIVERSAL SATISFACTION FOR MORE THAN TAST, AND ITS WONDERFUL SUCCESS HAS LED UN. SCRUPULOUS MANUFACTURERS OF IMITATIONS TO OFFER INFERIOR, PREPARATIONS UNDER SIMILAR NAMES AND COSTING THE DEALER LESSt THEREFORE. WHEN BUYING, PRINTED STRAIGHT ACROSS. NEAR THE BOTTOM, AND IN THE CIRCLE, NEAR THE TOP OF EVERY PACK AGE.OF THE CCiUINE. RF.CULAR PRICE SOc PER lOTTLCi ONE SIZE ONLY. FOR SALE BY ALL LEADING DRUGCISTS. 8VRUP OP nCS AND D JHR Of SQfflA IS THE MOST PLEASANT, WHOLE. SOME AND EFFECTIVE REMEDY FOR-STOMACH TROUBLES. HEADACHES AND RIUOUiNISS DUE TO COKSTP ATWN. AND TO GIT ITS BENEFICIAL EFFECTS FT IS rCCESS ARY TO BUY THE ORIGINAL AND ONLY GENUINE, WHICH IS MANUFACTURED BY THE California Fig Syrup Co the result of 50 years of untiring devotion to Quality known to the ancient and honorable art of brewing. WANDERER WAD $200,000 WHEN POLICE FOUND HIM. Old Man, With Fortim. in Tin Box, Thought Ui Was in Pittsburg When I'L-ked L'p in Cleveland. CIjKVKIj.VNM), April IS.-Th eMerly man foutul by the pollci last lilKht wli'lr w.nnlcrlii Hboitt tin eln ets Willi ;?',( ..,, ,.,...,. , ,i ..nl,.p ioel n' Dr. Ili'ive oarrlcil. rrxeairl, Ii addi tion tn t'.ie M'eurltli-i, n liniililiojk . uiw- Inu that lie !tim!i 11 ipnlt n' t: P In tln l'lrt Nillomil Hank 11 1 Jiffeison M(1 ,.,,,, liCNICIIIK. ,, V A;ir!! I". -Dr II. J. l,ne. a re:lrtl itentlst. loi.S 11 1 'Silent f I1'" p'-'V- 'P'1"-! ' "'"B "nl',l!1"" ',x v"" !M!" ."" ' 'pexenty-fi'iir j f4r obi. THIRTY YEARS atiNiATuai nenmr or PACKACC TOP by old reliable iHct N T. Of A LCOHOI.H I i !I-it?VU.ull ji y'wu.c&GmiKM, M H Anbeustr-Bnich Agency, Phone Mala 37S3 Marrv BUI Bronsj Uranch I'lione 30HI ' A. Biicb BttUUjf C,, IrMklyn, Pboaci Mi p ltI0OI7l Asatucr luch Ntwtrk hgmj, Irueh IrMk 1I1I.1IH A .1 rV; J