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V; MARRIAGE MIXES IIP RELATIONSHIP OF HUNTINGTONS 1 Af BECOMES t Hi Own Unci: Nephew of Hit Wife. Brother-in-Law of Hie Mother -in 'Law. Great-Uncle of Hie Own Children. Step-Grerndfather of Hie Own Children. 4im SHE IS: Hue band' t Aunt. of Hot Adopted Daughter. in-Laura. Daughter - in-Uw. irai r u r... Great-Niece: -And In Cam She Hat Chit- man Sha Will Be lixeir Aunt. w would you le to four own lb nephew of your wife and th Wether In-lsw of your mother-la-lawT M. B Huntington, th railroad magnate ,mt Loa Aneotee, Hide hlmoolf all f thou thine when h married the Widow of Ma uncle, the late Oollta P. antlnrton, In Parte ysstsrday. And thee ara only a few of th re lettonshlps Mr. Huntington areattd for tBatilf. S He 1 the ere! unole of hi own chtl- Mp la hla children's aeound oousin by fiOfitiOB. Ba la alao step-erendfsthsr of hie cwfi dauihter and hie eon beeaua ha 'la (ha husband of hla alater-la-law'a tad nothar and ao la Indlrsotly ar of the mother of hla children. Ba U the drat couatn and stepfather if adoption of hla first wife aa weU aa aa dlroreed husband. He Id also her uncle by adoption, elnee he a the husband of her unola's wife. He la the uncle of his eleteMn-law. The former Bra. Collte P. Huntlncton effected almost ss many chances for jssrseti when sne went to uie asr wnn Mr late huaband's nephew. COMES HER SISTER-IN-LAW'S DAUGHTER-IN-LAW, he Is the stepmother now of her own sweat-njeoes snd her great-nephew. She is also the daughter-in-law of her slster-ln-law. She Is bsr husband's unt aa well aa his wife. ha la the cousin by marriage of bar own adopted daughter, and ahould she have children of her own now ahe would be their great sunt aa wall aa their mother. The arrival of an heir or heiress to ts new houss of Huntington would rther couipllcsts the already mlaed relations. Mr. Huntington would ba unole aa well aa father to his youngest sons and daughters. Thrr would be the uncles and aunts of their step-brothers and tap-staters. The tangled rslatlonshlps were made possible not only by the recent marriage but by the adoption of the present Prln sjaaa von Hatsfsldt, a sitter of H. E. Huntington's first wife, by Oolite P. Huntington. eft CITTLE MORE MIXUP OF FAM ILY TWIGS. B. B. Huntington, now mors than sixty erearo old. Is the son of Collte P. Hunt lacton e only brother. Huntington was torn m Oneonta, N. Y., and kept a hardware stors there until his uncle took tslm Into buslnsea with him. SHI. AraiMH Tf iwmi. . -- mm he new wife of his nephew, and the couple adopted the Princess von Mats , feldt. then a Mlas Prentice, of Newark, M. . whose mother was a slstsr of Mrs. Huntington. H. E. Huntlngtoa fell In ova with and married Mlse Prantlcs's stater. Mlsa Mary E. Prentice, a niece of his present wlfs. They hsd two daughter and a son and lived happily on til ten years or so ago. whsn they separated and presently were divorced. Meantime Collia P. Huntington had Bed In WOO and the rumor spread quickly Chat H. B. Huntington was to marry the slstsr of his former mother-in-law and the aunt of bis first wlfs. The tumor was denied frequently by Mrs. Collte P. Huntington, but It would not down, and friends of ths couple ware not surprised when news of ths wedding raaehed here yastsrday. Just why they waited through ao many yrars nons but they know, though friends suggested to-day that perhaps they had hssltatsd further to complicate the family tree. already as involved aa a problem In advanced mathematics. Magistrate Gets a Jewel. The process servers, thirty in SjL of th. District-Attorney's office Invaded theVCentre Street I'ollce Court to-day where City Mu jlstratu Thomaa J. Nolan la presiding' Making their way to the bar the crowd pushed James Dow to the front. Low In a neat speech pre sented Magistrate Nolan with a Jewel. "A token from your former subordlnatss In the Dicti let-Attorney's offic" Law aid. Of Tha it WORLD "''-xer4 Vv NEW YORK The Evening World's and Babies' Welfare Association's Great City -Wide Series of Better Babies' Contests West Side Babies Primed for Three Races; - . IWWHW W "i" "ii"tTirsJYrirVyyt1'yY"r Mother Enters Her 18th Child tor Prize Young Mr. Minafo, Eigh taen Month Old and Weighing 26 Pound; to Uphold Honor of Rec ord Family - - En trie Continue in Manhattan and Brooklyn Con teste. All g la readiness for ths three big Better Babies' Contests which, beginning Bast Monday, will civ the kMdl ia of a large ssotlon of ths wsst aids chance to place "prise winner" efts- their names. The Chelsea Neighborhood Ax eoolatsoB, under the auspices et the Babies' Welfare Association and The Evening War Id, will hold the contests. "Front the way Inqutrlss ara coming In," said Mr, East, secretary of the association, "by latter and over ths tele phone oar entrants wilt register by the hundreds. Las week ws issued a notice to mothers la the dUtriot to train their babies for ths event and tbejr have taken up ths matter with a will. The milk stations within ths districts have never been so busy ss since the con test were announced." The boundaries of the ootvteet district are from Fourteenth to Forty -second street and from Fifth avenue to the Hudson River. Any child within the district from three month to Ave year of age la eligible to enter the raoe for The Evening World's cash prises, which total for tha three contest 1180. How when and where to register baby for ths race la told in another part of this pegs. In the mean time enrollment I going on In ths rase under way at the tittle Mothers' AM. No. CM Second avenue, Manhattan, and at the play ground of School No. lit. Fourth avsnue and Four-. tenth street, Brooklyn. Twenty-two hope fule had their names added to th list la th flrst named centre yesterday and thirty tots sunt forward to uphold the reputation of Brooklyn. Among th latter was young Mr. Minafo of No. MO Twenty-third street. He la seven and I Hot Weather Equally Go&d in Winter - Dr. S. Josephine Baker Point Out That Vigilance of Contestants' Mothers Must Not End With Summer. These baby centsste ar not going to top when summer eVte. j'hey will keep on all winter. Besldss, It Is honed that what ths mothsr Isarns from the contests she will practice all the year round. Dr. 8. Josephine Baker reminds mothers to-dsy that thsre are special dangers to babies in ths cold weather as wall as in trie summer. "In thess little talks," she says, "I havs tried to covsr every point that Is nscesaary for a mother to oare fur her baby In summer time. Don't think be csuss the summer Is nearly over that the hot weather dancers ars past. Sep tember Is ons of ths worst months of ths year for summer troubles. "But I want thess talks to bs useful to you all the year round. Nearly ev erything that I have told you In them has as much to do with winter as with summer. You should bs just as careful to havs a doctor or nurss watch your baby In the winter aa In the hot weather. The milk stations are open all winter for that purpose. Tour neigh bor's advice Is no better In cold weather than t Is In hot weather. All the rules for feedlnc, exercise, freeh air, clean liness, uss of watsr that I have given you should bs followed all tha year round. "Of course, winter has Its own pe culiar dangers. You should dress ths baby warmer In winter. His clothing thsn should consist of a cotton drsss, a cotton petticoat, light wool shirt, a How, When and Where to Enter Your Baby For the Big Prize Contests Now Under Way CONTEST AT LITTLE MOTHERS' AID ASSOCIATION. No. 23 Second avenue, for children between three months and five years. Ilvlnc In district from Seventh to Twenty-eighth street and Fifth avenue to Kast Klver. Ksgtet rations from Monday. July 14. to Wednssday, Aug. U, avery after noon except Saturdaja and Sundays, from I to l Judglnc of ths babia will begin Monday, Aug. 1 ror this contest Ths Bvsolng World offer 1100 In prlsa. CONTEST AT THB PLATOROUND QT PUBLIC SCHOOL, NO. 124, Fourth avenuo and Fourteenth street, Brooklyn. Ace limit same as above Boundarlss: Carroll Place and Prospect Park West. Fifteenth street Tenth avenue. Twentieth street and Ssventb avenue. Twenty-third strsst and Sixth avenue, Twenty-fourth strsst and Fifth avnue. Thirty-sixth strsst and Seventh avenue, Thlrty-aevenlh strest and Eighth avenus. Thirty-ninth street and Oowanus Bay. Oowanua Canal. Fifth strest Kaaln and Fourth avenue. Registration. 1 to 6, sach afternoon except .Sundays, from Monday July 14, to Monday, July , inclusive. For this contest Ths Evening World offers 150 In money prises. CONTEST OF THB CHBL8EA NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION -Ace limit same aa abovs. Contsst boundarlsa-Krom Fourteenth to Forty-second street Fifth avenus and the Hudson Klver. Registration centres-District from Fourtesnth to Twenty-third street Fifth avenue to Hudson River headquarlsr at Milk Station. No. 7t Ninth avenue, from July U to July za! Inoluslvs, from 4 o t P. M. District north of Twsnty-thlrd snd south of Th'rty-fourth strsst Fifth svenue to Hudson River. Headquarter for registration, the Hudson Guild No. 4M Weal Twsntj -seventh street July & to July at, Incluslvs. I to 4 P. M. District betwsen Thirty-fourth and Forty-second streets. Fifth avsnue end Hudson Rlvsr. Rsglstrstlon headquarters, ths Diet Kltcheo, No 417 West Forty-first street, from July 11 to July 21, Inclusive, 2 to t P M For each of thess three contests Th Evening World offers 160 for money prtsss. Contest at Extension Association of Public School, No. tl, Brooklyn, closed Friday, July U. Prix winner and honorable mention bsbtes will be pub lished la The Bvening World whsn committee of Judges snnouncs their decision. I I I 1 ' I I hi il I lllBH !! I 1 il I ...," ' 1 -Tlft .1 II Mill Mill III . one-half months of age, weigh twenty six pond and Is ths eighteenth antral In Mrs. Mlnafo'a family. Baby Rules light atomach band, light wool atock nga and Canton flannsl diapsra. How ever, even In winter there la dancer Of having babv ton warm Ton asa also likely, If you are not careful, to ne afraid to let him have anoush freeh air. "Xa ths winter the great danger to babies Is pneumonia. Watch your baby carefully, and If he baa any alga of a edld take him to a doctor at onoa, especially if he baa a oougfc. What seems to you a little oold may grow late pnen aonla In a few hours, and If yon have neglected It, It la likely tkea to be too lata. "Be aura that the room Is always warm enough when you bathe your baby. Dress him warm enough, but don't bundlo him ao he will sweat. Never leave wet clothing on him. Don't leave him In a draft. Be surs that hs Is warm snough while ha steeps snd yet don't have him sleep In a closs room. Havs your doctor show you how to fix your windows at night so that there will be plenty of fresh air In the room without having a draft blow on the baby. Take him out of doors every day. "A good way to be surs your baby Is kept coverod up ut night Is to make Ills blanket Into a sleeping bug. Tou had better ask a nurae at a milk station to show you how to make this. "Ons mors bit of advice for both S.i'StMwam Vi-EWBtftM ctsHalK4acetty How Babies Will For Health Contest Prizes The abiaf object af the Prises are awarded on phyate.Be desa not coast. It 1 phyateaUy ex asa hied Its physical and mental develop meat sbtrtid root la her ehlld. The aard at a glaae glvea the right sad wroag condition of every part of the baby, aad doctors and aarsce advise the mothers aa te what brsafsaj the ehlld ree. aires. Should aa Infant not aaallfy far the Srst series of prises the mother la Instructed how to ZMVBOTB the child, so that at the sad sf aU months It may win aa I wtntsr and summer. Th beat way to know whethsr your baby te wll 1 to sse if he Is gaining In wslght every v,,ii ahould welsh him regu larly and ksep a weekly record of hla weight They will do tnst ror you ai ths milk station. After all. the best advice I can give you at any time 1h to take your baby to ths milk ststlon, where they can atudy your particular baby and tell you better than I can how to take care of It" Son of Manufacturing Jewel ler Takes Poison at Home In Upper Montclair. Raymond Ungr, on of on of the partners of I'nger Brothers, the biggest manufacturing Jewellere In Newark, I killed himself In his home' st No. 110 Copper avenue, Upper Montclair, N. J., ' yesterday afternoon by taking cyanlds : of potassium. BaoauM of the promi- : nence of the young mnn'e family ex traordinary efforts were made to keep the fact from becormnc public with the result that hie death was not known until this morning. I I'nger killed himself In a fit of despon- ! dandy bscaUCttS his young wife had left him, tailing their ttiree-yeur-old daugh ter. Sybil, with her. That was ten or 1 twelve d'tys bko and followed a series of quarraUl batWJI the young couple Which lad been the subject of cosslp 1 among tho neltfhhor. Despite the efforts of ths police to hide all details of the tragedy It was learned to-d iy that I'nger went to busi ness as usual yesterday snd returned about S o'clock. Though his wife hsd been absent for nearly two weeks, servants In the house were under the impression that she had gone on a vacs- ! tlon. They had no Idea that the part ing of the couple was to be permsnent. But on his srrival at horns yeste-day ' Uuger sought a maid snd demsndsd: "Can you keep a secret?" The girl said she could, an the young man he was only twsnty-slght ysars ' old hurried nervously on: "Thsn you may as wsll know that Mrs. I'ncer has left ms for good. Youll have to kssp house for me for a fsw days, and tact's why I'm ttillM rou, I'm go YOUNG WIFE GONE RAYMOND UNGER KILLS HIMSELF Be Judaed Basts Osatsat la te teach saslbssa kaltap physically and mentally. potato only. Mies saaaty et tern at? bp a ar saisfaTly est down en a esse sard lag to take a nap now, and pleaea have me called at t o'clock." Th girl heard Ungsr go upstair and draw the water for a bath. Afterward h herd him enter his room. Than ull was quiet. At o'olock the maid went to call Onger. She found hi door closed, and when ahe got no response to repeated knocks and oalls ahe pushsd the door open. She found Unger lying dead on hla bed. Beslds him waa a small bottle which had contained ths poison. Ths girl's cries aroused other ser vants and hslp was summoned. County Physician Herbert Simmons waa called in. but he found that Unger waa beyond hei& Hs analysed what remained of the oontenta of the bottle and discov ered that It waa cyanide of potassium. Friends of Uneer say they knew he and his wife had quarrelled much Of late, tut they had no idea whet mmm I the cause. When the young wife left ahe announced that ah waa going on a visit to her parents In Chicago. HELD AS SLEEPER'S ROBBER. Henry Bell, twenty-one year oM, who sys hs lives at ths Windsor Hotel on ths Bowery, was arrested la Tompkins Squars , sarly to-day on a charge of grand larceny. He had two pocket knives and a pair of eclrrora In fete poskst. Bsll was arrssted on complaint af Samuel Buchwil, a carpenter, who lives at No. 2H East Tsnth street. Buohwlll complains that on Tussday night, when hs waa taking a cooling nap in Tomp kins Squars hs woks up to find hla troussrs pocket cut open and ttfi and a ring missing. He gave the police a de scription of the msn who had been m posing next to him on the soms bench. Hell was arrested as a result. Hs de nies the charge. We sell Tea and Coffee Direct to the People. Wholesale Prices to All. QUALI-TEA. Tha 35 Clb. best. All inds. 3 lbs. $1.00 SPECIAL TEA. Mixsjd Eng. B'kf 'at, 25 c lb. Ceylon or Japan. One customer said i "Good enough for anybody." Another ealdi " Boat I aver drank." VAN OHO (2-6-2) Weot Between 7th 100 Ttranoh Uteres end. Helllns tfeaelee Is Nsw Vorli snd Brooklrnt 100 mars In prlnr ii-lpa All Itise, isol I the. same vs br Oveds Ars UsA'tMssd, THREE GIRLS LEAP 1 2 FEET TO ROOF AND jSCAPE FIRE Cool-Headed Employer Takes Drop First, Then Orders Them to Follow. So rapid was the sprssd of flames which started this morning In the quar ters of Backus A Lesssr, electrtclena end dealers In photographic supplies on the third floor of tlis six-story factory building at No. 40-4l0 412 West Thir teenth street, that A. O. Armstrong, proprietor of the Munson Qrsntils Com pany, a oh sm leal oonocrn on the sixth floor, knew nothing about th firs until flssnss and smoke had barred escaps by the stairs and Ore-escape. With Armstrong were three girl employees, loonies Brad ths, Bsr tha Bshrsne and Antoinette Peterson. "What shall we do? Oh! what sbau we dot" they screamed whsn Arm strong was forced te shun abut ths door Intr the hall to keep out the smoke that earns rushing In. "Keep OOOlf" shouted Armstrong. "We'll get out ever the roof next door." From a window la his place the roof of No. M Wset Thirteenth strsst ap peared, twstve feet below. It looked Ilka a dangerous drop to ths frightened girls. but Armetronc took It safely and thsn commanded the girls to swing by their hands and drop, one at a time, into his arms. They followed hla orders and one by one he eet them safely down en the roof, whence they reached the etreet through ths scuttle aad stair a. Meantime Arthur Kahn, a truckman, who had discovered smoke coming tram ths third floor aad who turned In an alarm, ran back, climbed to the first floor and lowered the last firs escape ladder to tbe street Down this he as sisted sight frightened girls, employees la the various concern In the building, while Jos eon neeetto. the elevator man. made half a dosen trip with hla Crotch t elevator, carrying down men aad women, Xvery en got eat safety through the prompt work of Reset to and Kahn, for the Are spread so fast that there wae ao time te opera Battalion Ohlsrf OaUssjby sent te a second alarm waste brought Chief Ken- . sod ths Are waa con fined te the bulldtng at Ne. tea. Iron Arc doors pre- ventlng Ma spread te Nee. 410 said til Collier's tag plant as neat door, but there was no panto among the 200 girls smptoysd that. They closed the Iron shutters to ksep the amoks out sod want aa with their work bensath Vec- trte lights. Bow the fire started m net tt dM about 1,000 damage. The build ing is occupied on the first and Boon by B. B. Rceetto, tt a manufacturer of preeer A Lseser have the third floor, the Pino leum patent medicine compear ttu fourth- the J. A. Xeane mattress fac tory the fifth, and the Mwnaen Com peny and Dahl A fits ha, makers of dis infectants, share the sixth. SILK STRIKE ENDS IN A RUSH FOR WORK Industry at Patmon Expected Be in ft;ull Swing Withfn Next Week. to PATBRSON. IN. J, July lT-The end of the great atlk strike olosa (Most Of tfea irea now In operation. They ara taking ths hand a few at a timet aad to-day there ws a eo ramble te get lata the dye shops. Bo great wae the rush that th appli cants bad to he lined up at the Wiede mann, Auger t Simon aad the Cols Bros, plant. Wiedemann took book seventy-five helpers to man ths vats Auger A Simon took in sixty and Dole Bros, fifty-five. All the email dye Shop took on as many aa they could find work for. At the Mg ehopa the men who were not taken on to-day were told to come around Monday. Ths weaving mills are Increasing their forces and by the middle of next week the silk Industry should be In full swing again. Barnard Deaa Balls. Mies Virginia CMldsrelseve, the dean of Barnard College, sailed on ths Adri atic of ths Whits fiber Line to-day In company with Mrs. H. P. Williams, alstsr-ln-law of J. Caatree Williams, Deputy Collector of the port. DUCHESS COFFEE. Q-j cib Th btist , None better. 3 1 lb. $1.80 GOLDEN BLEND noClb, COFFEE. Good AaU find Pure. lb. $1.10. This coffee la selected with expert cere. It eulte tha people and saves them money. DYK 125th Street QCO & 8th Aves. van DTK la treat sf store aad auid wis- TAXI FLEES AS SHOTS ARE FIRED AT IT BY Chase on Broadway in the Eighties Ends in Capture of Two Men. Msa and women fled from Broedway betesea Rtehty-eeventh and Btghty ronrth strssts to-day whsn two pollse men fired three snots from thslr re volvers aftsr s fleslng taxleab. Bvsry me In the neighborhood waa aroused by the fusillade snd heads appeared In windows all alone the street whsn ths firing csased end the cseb haltsd, after a policeman had run In front of It and tbrealeaed to ahoot the driver. In the cab waa John Oowd of No. B Wsst Thirty-eighth street The police say they have arrssted him half a dosen tlmas as a pickpocket, but have hero ocsnpeUed to diange the oharge to des orderly conduct beoauae of lack ef evi dence. PoBoemen Rlordanead rtsmi in of this West One Hundredth street station celled on him to stop this morning When they beard a gerl nrtant and saw a pretty young woman leap from the cab and dart through Eighty-seventh etreet. Dowd. thsy eay, bad been beating her, and when he aaw the policemen gave orders to his chauffeur, Jeremiah Murphy, ef No. IBB Broadway, te put on full spsed. Both men were arrested. oarrteea Starts Inspection Tewr. ATh&NTA. Oa.. July IT. of War OtuTteoa reached Atlanta day, making the first atop of his to our of Inspection of army the United States Tas which Includes Major-Oen. Wood, Chief of Staff of the amy. i sBoorted to Tort MoPhereoo Cor an m formal Inspection of the poet The party will proceed to Oha Atlanta. Travelling Bag Specials Block Leather, wears gratel QJK 14 It ls.1 IT vsles ssr 90.99 Oswalds Leather, walrus sralB, ffcfe 1 te 1 la. i CT veis.... 9UU Cewblde Leather; Basest aad OM fbfi Brews a is 11 la.i CT Mad eperevw KaclUk. frame, letsea, head- MIA eews sswblds. tl vales for 9t.OV Tnmk Spedali Steamer er Drsss Truss, II ts aa I la.: Il.eo te II values. . OO.UU St' exttr or Dress . send trtsasaaass. head, riveted, I tears, a tlfl Vf 40 la. i lll.ee te lid vaL eya v.wv $17.50 Steamer Wardrobe, 111 vaise , Werdrsbs TVs a, eesssams- eaa Afi dates II suits. 10 vales, aClfcUU rtbrs Covered Wardrobe, 140 voice $30,001 CHAS. 22 CORTLANDT ST. SS CORTLANDT ST. 21 MAIDEN LANE. wtJZSMV TOU TO Sweeping Reductions ' Closing Out Entire Summer Stock of Dresses, Suits, Coats and Waists At 56 to & Less Than Former Prices. 22 to 26 John Forsythe 34th St. Wot Alexander's Shoe Sale Women's $5 & $6 Low Shoes, $3.85 Tan ealfeein Colonials with tho fashionable Spanish Louis heels, were $6. Women's Tongue Pumps made in gun metal calf, patent leather and white buokskin, with light soles and leather Cuban heel w re 3, dw $3.85 rMs It our dfifiMfil IfMtaWICtee Oleeroncr osly pereel goods oeral. Sixth Avenue at CRISPELL GIRL'S DEATH IS STILL PUZZLING POLICE Release of Johns Exhausts All Clues and Mystery Is Deep as Ever. WtLKES-BABRS. Pa, Jaly IV With Herbert John et this slty ra ises sd from custody by Jadge H. A. Puller, becauee there waa not sufficient evldenoe to connect him with the death of Alice Crlepsll In Harvsy's Lake a the night of July t, the mystery will probably go down as eaa af Tiaaei aOfi many uneolved crimes. Dtetrtet -Alter, asy John H. Blgelow and the police aeV mlt" that thsy have ex hated every due and are aow aa musk at see aa mm, They admit that they have SjaOV lag tangible to work on. filnos th finding af ths gtrl'e en tha morning of Jaly T th hav bees working with a VteW a holding Johns to enewer for aba mysterious death. That It waa a I der all believed, but there la aa got rate ths lake aaaeed by drowning. Many Interesting ehsea aad tlona have been offered the latest the story ef a ambrt th girl jumped late the teste beat lata which a by three men. Johns, liberated jan, sxxrsssil tl girl wae murdered, bsst to ad a how or by wl bean ef d seeoeroed wtth hie own future sense of Mies Crtepell'a death, aad ba wtu "give a) ths Whit lata a etrareh." Suit Case Specials 1 e 14 an. For 1 AA eya. ww $1.50 W the setter S2.00 SW a ScWBBsxejfirecsy. i te ts mm eyesatets, I 14 te so ) KA "$5.00 I tpes in I SIS kind. .tew Ladles' Hud Bag Specie fiStee.1.! $1.50 3?.?! $1.96 "SS! sSTttiw iwtSsWf $2eAS " aacalltafi I a. Salawta - - BBeastaaB !.r.!!!.!$S65 W. WOLF IS BEAVER STREET 102 NASSAU STREET 240 FIFTH AVENUE HAI'PfiM SUB." Nineteenth Street i Polios, tha free e tbts ante cats iSSK ts'et'sd abstre ssjsdHy mseUag IS a. I Mgat bet sue Oeae Drsss Salt Caste fvevy flaae Swn Osees c33a ' Mtes5Tfce. Batra terse Oswhtds Sett Ja with stress ere V.