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Former Friends of Mi Stet
son Sot Much JVorricd — /*>
peri 1,, Sec Church. Hooks.
Richard P. Vcrrall is tho next opponent
of Mr*. Ftetson minted to N» ug'it
under cbarg. « by MM trustees of tl«
Ftr*t «burcli of i'hn«, Srtrntist. a«-
cordinK to the rrportu yesterday. When
a member of the rhurrh was asked » lien
the rharsri" ■Mall be broiipht against
Wrrali he replied. "They arc- now in con
ii nniHiw. as it nor**."
Another member paid that he «a« our
priafd that VerraH had nut already been
thrown out of the fhurvh.
The tru?t«H-j« . 4 r» after Verrall because
1?« uped to be a friend of Mrs Stettin.
and now he Is one of the most bitter
f.rainrt her. He has be**n custodian of
the buildinp and librarian of the church,
and it 18 understood that, like all the
other offlr»»r*. lie cot his place through
Mr* Stetson.
In September, hen th«» bylaw aimed
at Mrs. Stetson, turning practitioners
out of their c.fflr««B in the church, was
promulgated. It «a« t.-» Verrall that Mrs.
Ftrtson referred all Inquirer* He kept
hi» apßrtm«»n« in the i,uretine. In West
|»lih street, near the Kirst chtirrh. open
to visitors, and warmly defended Mrs.
Stetson at all times. There were half a
<If*ren picture* of Mr*. Stet««on on bis
walls, and he f i>m;*» of h"r in the hushed
f>nea of on* who reveres and venerates.
TUjt Fini-w his leader ha a fallen on thes«
r«rlous times, Verrall is no longer her
friend or the friend of the trustees.
Hence ii..* cliarpes that "are now In
otiPneii*:. as it wore." and are e\
r*«"te(j to pprinc into twine after the
'barar'* apain^t \"irgii O. Strickler. the
first reader, and another friend of
Mrs. Stetson, are heard at the church
WBMttnc on Monday. Mr. StrleVler Mid
lart aflat that the rharces again* him
«er* only a rehash of those in the re.
ItM charges or- n»d Tilth the same
allegation that M held i«o stmnglv
wrn'rst Vrrrnll. Ktrickler was said to
b* a "channel of atiltn.«f-ity.' end it was
••aid that he \vr.s lir*t a channel dlrtvted
a#amst the Mother dsai but altar
' J»«nin« Mrs. Stetson. The ata'e
nient is then made more explicitly that
Mr. Strickler >* prejudiced a*rjtnrt Mrs.
htetson. and I;- arted in m prejudiced
nanticr throtißhout these aadjMaja.
He is aaM to be i n • :. asal of th«
CfltUlUlltec of Inquiry in not answering
quertions, and to have «ct,^i M ij-'flanc*
rf Urn constitute^ autli-iriti^s «>f the
Mr. Ptrlckler rpelkn in a rather con
temptuous manner of the charges last
Tiicl't. and \ m r.ii: BMaajai 10 feel no
uneasiness jil.r.nt thipe to be broupht
*|E««|ll-t him. He pi<mi<] in the nf.ir" of
t*<icene TI «>>x. head <-f the Christian
Si'iern-e PuMiratHn ••.!■«
. <-ity. the lieadquftrter?- of ,\lr« Stcf!r.n"s
enemies, and w'th his hands In bis
T-orkrts. ins chept thrown out md
>-Hlancjne i^elf ..ti hi* h^eif.. »aid.
'•'•h. ye«», I e\pert clinrc»*s (•• be brotJ?nt
rEHinst me." unA npj<eare<i to let tn«
mb.irct pa>s out of hi* mind
\>rr»ll *«* «hiefly Interested 1n the
attempts of the .mil-Stetson faction to
rvamine the l>ooks « f the church. H«
h »-»i'd that J. Farquhar Mcßae. an «••
|(r countant. of No. t'A William street, went
'" the rhurrh yesterday morning be-
Maaaa 10 en.i li o'clock with Ricnard
. -tin asked Ml see the booka.
•Thai was in accordance with the
• rr<-emei.t made la«t nipht."' said ' fT .
r«11. "but there »as no member af 'he
sVvataaa t.. meet them. They waited
until I o'clock, telephoning around, ; ti-1
finally . M fatal I' HiKPitK, ■ iruMer.
on the telephone. Mr. Hipgins said that
■V Mcßae .-mid Dot sr-e ,],, 1.0 iks,
but that ■ MM trora Haskins A.- Masai
r- uld That mm .v;itisfa.tory to us m.|
we arranged for Hat-kins & S»■!l^ to isend
a man "
Higginii had a different explanation of
the affair. He said that at the Wednes
day meeting it whs arranced that Has-
Vms & Sells should nertd an accountant
10 examine the books, but instead Mr.
Mcßa*» came, and the trustees did n«t
Vnow him.
■ We dimply asked time to find out who
Mr. tf-Ree was. 1 Mi said. "We paid
that we ljnd mi objection to Man, but
ihat we did not In.* him. We looked
Mai up this afternoon, and have told
them that Mr. bMmm m satisfactory to
M «nd .an examine ihe books when-
vet he wants to."
The manner of each *)<]<• indicated a
*i<Mitic» triumph over the other.
Verrall criticised Hie trustees also on
•"" allowing the «ard index ••f members
of tlie «hurch '■• be ataa He FB id that
William H. Peckhsm went to the eliurch
>»»sterday mornlni? with two tiomen to
«-opy the index, (.lit that Kiev were not
• Honed i" se*- it. Mr. Htcpin* «hid tli t
11 was ne^s to him Mat Mr. Peckham
liad been to the max.
"Ttiey ran copy the index any time
Iliey want to," l:e Raid.
It was caid last nlghf In- « member of
the Firsi church that if the chare**
Malawi ■■ in- k!« i were not sustsined by
- ... 1-. *
Tariff of 1909
of the
Payne Tariff Law
Price 10 Cents
New York Tribune
*•; Nafsau Street, New Y'r(.
1 XVrM'j cr Call.
the rona;res;ation. thoa* In preparation
•arainat \>rrall would probably not be
brouffht. Mr. llies:iM« would not pre
dict the outcome of the? Strl«'klrrrharK s
or any anything about rharcen n^alnst
Direct Xowinations Majf Com
plicate Smith-Francis Contest.
A'feniMyrnan Alfred I». !x>me of .W
f«rson «"ounty MM last nicht that In his
Judgment Hay P. Smith, clerk of th" A«
•asablv . would he re-elected. Former Ah
•efnl.lyman Jamen A. I'ranclw. harked by
Assemblyman William M Rennet in a
candidate for clerk, and Mr. Bennett la
making a hot «-«iripai|tti In the Interest of
Mr. Francis*. Assemblyman lx>T«e is a
metnher of the commission on employers"
liability and causes of Industrial acci
dent-, unemployment and lark of farm
labor. holding pensions at the City Hall.
• I hnven"t canvassed the aUsjatlaa
much." paid Assemblyman i.o»e yester
day to a Tribune reporter, "but from what
1 have heard and know of the situation
1 Judge ti:»t Hay • nutli will not hay«
mucb trouble In succeeding himself.
Smith 15 a popular fellow, enerceii.-. alert
*nd arr«minniMtiti( I have the highest,
opinion of Hi g)MMMM as a gentleman
and le(rl^lator. but 1 don't think he is
popular with the assemblyman. There Is
one thirp. and only one, that may com
plicate the contest.
"If the friends of Governor Hughes
should Inject direct nominations Into the
clerkship fight, there is no telling who
would win. There are many members of
the Assembly who are warm friend* of
Smith, ho, if direct nominations should
figure in the battle, would switch to
Francis. Bennett and Francis have shown
a a:<»o,J deal of skill In pel«ctlnE a candi
date who only last year was a member of
th« Assembly. Francis Is very well liked,
and will pet many votes on th» ground of
personal friendship. "
"What alo'jt the charge by AaasaaMi
man Bennett that Mr Smith mixes his
lav practice with fie Introduction and
pa scar" of bills while ting ai> clerk?"
was asked.
• I read what Mr. Benn»tt had to say
«>oi:t that." paid Mr. L"i-» Th« friends
of Smith have confidence in him. and I
don't believe that the charge that ha uses
his position to boost his law prartlc- will
carry a great deal of weight."
Justif 1 to Rrpnme Fractice of Law, It
Is Said.
All>an»\ T«ov. it — Governor Hughes an
nounced to.»iav that he had received the
r<»f!gnation of faattea Henry A. <Jll<ler-
«^f Ih" B'ipteme rniirt. who has resign*^.
gsaava of lh» Supreme Court, M r»i«
tri-t. to take rfTe. t November .*»> next. In«
tice nildersle«>ve Is .-, I'emocrat.
Justic* rjll<lerrlee\e was elected a .nidge
af 'general ■aastSSJg hi T-T". and sat there
for fourteen years. <;o\.rii..r Hill appoint
ed hun to fill the vacancy In the old Su
perior < "ourt in I*3l. IJf went to the Kuprem*
Court after the reorganization and was
«U-cted to that court at the following elec
tion, in I>X» he was re elected to the Su
preme Court. II« was asm near Pough
keeptie, N. V.. on August i. isw. and
WrtCd as an officer in the civil War. He
took j-.art in the aatUa of Getty ■burg «nd
was with Shf rn-h'i's army on its march
through Georgia. H. served in the Na
tional Guard of Ha« York after the war
At d a •■» eof Hnen, Boardm»n. Platt
* Mlddletown it was j!.i that Justice «Jil
«leifl«-pve would a.^50.-iate himself with that
Goldwat^r, Defeated Opponent for Reg
ister, Made No Outlay.
«'«#tifi. of election expenses filed ay
caii(lidat«-»: yrsterdsi\ at the County Clerk's
nfflc* icho* that Max 8. fli lfi aliai»a. lt»
l>uhll< an candidate for Rastatar, incurred
c^petisrs JigCTegatmg sbout |4'«^. chiefly
for a<l\erti.-ing and printing, I ,e..T \\,
An«-i,v. elated President of Manhattan
Borough, filed hi* certificate r.f .;..-ndl
tures, which arcaa made through Cyrus i.
■ulsberget His ram|»la_sj cost Jl.irvi.s*;,
which was used from | fund to' which
James Bpeyrr •■ Man •! PH and 1.-sa- N.
f^'hEtiiiin JlOo.
. i. .tin i. QaMwatM Tammany candidate
for l:*> C iM*r. wisely did not l>rn i anything
In tli» rmtheranee of his <»ndidacy. .lames
I. \v |„t.i M.iioni I:- j, iM'- --.'I candidate for
coroner, ppeni pz. «!iile h.s • illfUU. tor
that o(Ii< -e. !•• . Herman liellensteln lid
man Holtzhanser stid In Israel I, Fejn
\«rz, psld out respectively J?;-., jm 75
MR. BANNA RD SPENT < 1 7 ■-.
Ceriifien Election Expenses to Secretary
of State.
Albany. Nov. 11 Otto T Bannard, Re
publican candidate for Major of New York
10 day certified to the Secretary of .Mmc
Ilia' h«s election expanses were |4.,J.', He
.■ontrio'jt"! >' v *' i" his perronal h^adou^r
t«rs 111 Manhattnn. I?.:**) to the Kiiiks
County Republican Committee, % ,., to the
•V'jeen-. County committee. Pa) to (na Rich .
m<»nd commlitee ■'■ "I J.i for . ati hire and
aaJfHlaaaau* rspaa i
Albany. Nov 1l Judge Kdgar S X".
Meirell. nf Ix-wi* County, w 1.0 ■ru elected
BOpTtOM Court |a ttrt la tn. ,t|, rudlrtal
Dtotrlct. today certified to the Secretary of
State that l>e had MM iZK, 41 in aid of Ma
election. Ju»ti«e William K. rlpt,,,, the
«^ppo^lnc candidate, «ertlfled that he spent
Albany. Nov. 11 -Governor Hugh-* to-day
approved the findings of Major General
Roe in d!«ml«elng charges prefer by
Second Lieutenant Tom P. I Mikes against
Colonel William F. Morrl«, *fh DUtrfet
Coast Artillery t/orps. l»llke« made , hurgeb
of of»pre»fi'-ti and eaa4a«i aakaaaaatas an
<*■" against Colonel M<Trt» In connection
with the coast defence drills latt June.
Colonel Morris In turn preferred charges
«paln»<t IXlkes for maligning him 1 Mikes
re#lgne<J and no action will therefore fc*
tsken cm the charges a«-«in*t htm.
friday. Dftm-Daric ®3^6'lWlDJ^* NOVEMBER 12. 1900.
Govern in ent's Aft orn r// Says
Loss lf r as Xot $.10,000,000.
Henry W. Stlmson. ex.l'nited States At
torney, now so A clal counsel for the govern
ment In the sugar fraud cases, denied a
report circulated < <.«t.- r .|)iy that the gov
ernment lost |*>.«r».nnft by the sugar frauds,
and that this |o«s was Fhown by the cus
toms records. Mr Stlmson Issued the fol
lowing statement:
The reports that the custom" records
show a loss of i^n.onA.nno to the government
from th« weighing frauds at the American
Sugar Refining Company docks are not
true, nor is «here the slightest basis for
believing that there was any such loss.
If there ha.l been, the settlement for f.'.lM,-
WO never would have been made.
Mr. Ftlmson also «ald that th« company
had aided him and his assistants in every
way aasasMa to get at th« facts In the
case. From another source It was learned
that Richard Parr, who made the raid that
uncovered the frauds on the dorks of the
Havrmever and Elder refineries, us a
Fugar sampler on the docks heard of the
frauds and reported to Mr. Roosevelt, who
was then President.
Arthur Denn«>r. treasurer of th* Ameri
can company, speaking for himself and
Washington R. Thomas, the president, said
yesterday :
"We have been and are Just as eager as
th*> government to bring out the facts In
the sugar frauds. We are doing everything
In o, r power 'to aid Henry L. Stlmson.
special counsel for the government In this
cane, and have done so ever sine* it was
discovered that there was wrong doings on
the part of certain employes. .
■No stone will be left unturned to bring
out th* facts and punish the guilty." Mr.
I>onner continued. "The men who have
left the employ of the company were not
discharged. They resigned voluntarily,
solely because they did not like the pen
It was learned yesterd!^^ that Joseph F.
Bendernagel. who was the general super
intendent of the plant at Willlamsburg
and received a salary of $30,000, had re
signed He had been with the company for
more than thirty-fire years, and is a highly
respected dweller In Wllllatn«burg. He held
■ contract with the company which did not
expire until next year
Mr. Bendernag*! was succeeded by 11. A.
Morgan, of Philadelphia, who had been st
one time an assistant of .Mr liendernagel.
Mr. Morgan la active in Republican poli
tics In Willlamsburg and Is v|.-e president
of the Hanover and Congress clubs. John F.
Pool has si:«veed<d Ernest <iebracht. who
resigned as superintendent of the buildings
several days ago There were other resig
nations of minor officials
Mr. ytimson and his assistants *r* still
•working on the ,«•". «nd It was said yes
terday that there might be other Indict
ments. The principal efforts of counsel for
th» government are now directed toward a.
preparation of th*> papers in th» trial of
Oliver Spltzer. former dock superintendent
of the American company. an-l six others
who were Indicted with him. The trial is
to begin November 3".

Custom Houses Soon to Have
Automatic Machines. •
IFVom The, Tribun* P'ir»»>i 1
Washington. Nov. 11. —In reply •• " ?Mlt
gestlon that the Trsasury Department has
been dilatory in Installing automatic scales
in the New York Custom House, it was as
■=ert»d emphatically to-day that every !*••
slble effort has r>e*n made to have theji
machines equipped anl m workjnjr enler
at the earliest saasfMa <late. it Mfi«« ex
plained that the department has approved
I type of scales and that as soon »« the
machine.^ ran be made ready for shipment
th*-y STB! be bent In New York.
For many years the Treasury Department
has been trying to d«-vi«e an automatic
v(.£i,fr for asa Hi the «-ustoms s<*rvli-e.
pome of the best known manufacturers of
Males paid that th" *\n\ of machine de
? .,re.| could not be in:> I- Finally, tho gov
etnment put one M it.? own MMI to work
on this task, and for several years he con
ducted experiments nt the Philadelphia
Mint. When a machine was perfected,
I r..po ai« vere l ßTited for its construc
tion, and the contra- 4 , was awarded to 111*
{Jub-Ti«rget < ; u l l Caaeaaior. of Boston. 1 his
company is now n'jnufacturin^ the scales,
&n<l as fast as aaaaata all important caa
tor.i hoiist-s wi>] be jsuppli--il with ".hem.
The tirst machines will be Installed in the
New York Custom House, and it is the ex-
I*vtati<.>ii of ill* Tl>sU»»J official* that a
i Iff lit will be r-aJv for dtlivtry in
the ne«r future.
It la bellrved that the new machines
will prevent the possibility of fraudulent
weights. They arc mi constructed that a
complete check •>•• each oi>erat'>- will b«> re
corded The *H(ii' recor.ls will i.^- auto
niHticnily stamped on t.t|>« la ■ manner re
sembling the recording of stork quotations
in a ticker. Any attempt to tamper vlth
IW mechanism of the scales will I* auto
n.atically remrd*"<l, and It will be tm|.«><
MI. U- for the op*"ra:<.i- to see 'vhat the
weight Is until the tnp» " ■•■' I • il>\
First Step Toward RpmorleUing of
Brooklyn Structure.
Bridge Commissioner Stevenson's 'en
gineers are preparing plans for the re, ..n
all mi Maw of th«- Brooklyn Bridge so as to
arrommod'ate «übway traffic. It is under
stood that IBC reconstruction work will
not be begun until the Manhattan PrilK«
Is In commission. Th*» m.H|e)ilng mid
Ftrengthenlng of the old structure have
l>e#n kept In mind ever sln«-e the l.o» a.l
ministration, when the Rapid Transit
Commission laid •"••it Its general subway
One of the tentative plans provide* taal
th* upper aadl of the iiilroHii Iri. I; •■ SlMll
he u<-..l by the elevated trains an.l the
loner d". by the subway trains. The
cables need not he disturbed. Th. en
gineers ■-«■ that they are as strong to-day
«•; when th».;, were strung The anchor
age?. probably will have to be strength
ened. Th- f'lij pans for the remodelling
of the l.ridge 'will not »<• ready for two
je^rs. and after IB* plans are approved
it will i>* two years before the work can
h*> completed.
Albany, Nov. 11. -The Bella tr.l.. Mi
sion of New York was Incorporated to
day for the continuation nni| enlargement
of th« charitable work in ihr relief of dis
tress ■asaag the worthy poor which wa3
carried on during her life time by >( r ,
Bella Cooke. The directors are Hannah.
Cook* PaUiey. Cm 'oh. Conn.- Arthur
Hunting* Man 111. Baarhard W. IHttrlch,
Ellen M Hamilton and Blien Cornell, O f
N>-% r York.
Albany. Nov. || — governor Hughes to-d»y
received a copy of a resolution adopted by
the Democratic General Committee of Krle
County. r«-iu»-stlng that a special election
be railed It ih« 3d Assembly District of
llriu County, where the vote for member of
the Aoembly was ■ Ha, «nd for the el*.
tion Of * eupervlsor In the 10th Ward of
Buffalo to fin the vacancy eaaasd by the
death of Charity F. I ><-hten|.erger, super-
Haat elect.
Cordial Reception at Dcs
Monies — Talk to Ranker's.
r»e# Motn»». lowa, Nov. 11. — Senator
Aldrich talked here to night to the local
Rankers* Club. If* again discussed the
necessity for the reformation of the bank-
Ing and currency laws in order It provide
against panics like that of !»•?. He went
into details concerning the operations of
central hnnks in K'irope
This is the home of Senator Cummins,
who has phown. an inclination to antago
nize the Aldri. h policies. Mr. Aldrloh's
only reference to Mr. Cummins in his
speech here was made, in connection with
the. name of the late Senator Allison, and
could not have aroused any but the. kind
est feline Mr. Aldrich was the guest of
honor at a bankers' dinner at the Paverr
Hotel; J. n Rounds, president of the
dub. Introduced the Rhode Island *<?nator.
now reception «a* most cordial.
Mr.' Aldrich spoke especially of the,
growing importance of the West as af
fording the best reason why the people of
lowa should desire a stable banking ()'»•
t«>m and appealed to them to Join with
him In devising a plan that would pl*ce
the United States In advance of all other
nations as a financial centre.
Here he gave somewhat m«r« attention
than eisewhen* to the important part that
commercial paper plays in the banking
systems of the Old World This, he ex
plalned, was not done for the purpose of
urging the adoption of the European plan
in the United States, but to Indicate a
possible means of increasing credit in case
11 should he found desirable to go abroad
for suggestions looking to an Improve
ment over our monetary system. In the
course of his discussion of this feature of
foreign banking. Mr Aldrich paid.
In Germany all notes, taxed or untaxed.
must be covered by an amount of specie
equal to one-third of the total issue and an
amount of bankable bills equal to the other
two-thirds. Those hill« are what we would
call commercial papers: They must bear
rh* name of two solvent parties and must
not run for more than ninety days to an
swer th» standard fixed for bankable bills.
in Prance they have a provision that
what are bankable bill* there must bear
three names and must be written the «am«
limit as to time as th- German bills.
In. «ireat Britain the custom is to require
two names of English citizen*, one of
whom must be acceptor. Of course you
are aware of th- difference i,> terminology
of our commercial paper and their our
people use promissory notes, either with
a. single name or with Indorsee No such
thing as *. oromlssory note is known in
the ordinary experience of any of those,
countries. They do give a form of oblige
*'"',' *"',' mortgages, and sometimes with
collateral, which ls Perhaps the closest ap
proximation to our form of promissory
The re .. if R wholesaler sells a retailer
goods Of any kind, or a dAaler - wholesale
,1 wh!!f sH tO a customer any article.
the wholesaler or the merchant, whoever
he may be. makes a draft upon the pur
chaser and that draft is accepted and th*
pap-r is known as a bill of exchange it
bankable and , they am th- foundation of
named d U ***** of th *» countries I have
In making this statement to v ,, as to
the character of these banks ' do not
want to l^». M opportunity for «»iv
misunderstanding whatever. It is not the
purpose of th.- commission-it certainly U
not my „urpo,,-;,, try to make any part
of the American people believe that any off
these systems could be adopted In "the
l nited States; certainly not without very
Important modifications. And I am not
presenting to you to-night this matter with
a view of convincing you or of prejudic
ing you or leading you to think for a mo
ment that I or any of the m-mbers of the
commission believe that any of thef~ sys
tems ,-o.ild be adopted by the I'Blied
The habits of the one people the rela
tions which «>xlst between banks and bor
rowers and banks and depositors, in tha
twenty-five thousand Independent Institu
tions in the United States, all related to
the development of various communities
must bo considered, and no system can b«
adopted in this country that does not rec
ognize the fact that the continuous exist
ence of these banks and the prosperity of
their business must be maintained Of
course we have great difficulties to over
com*. but we cannot overlook the condi
tions I have named. «nd it I- not the pur
l>ose of the commission or of any member
of it to Ignore It
If we have any credit organization at all
we propose that It shall be an organization
which shall be the servant, and not the
master of existing banks. I concede free
ly, that any Institution or organization
which we ma,' adopt must be on» that can
be fluted into the existing system, end any
changes that are nt all radical in their nat
ure—and T am inclined to think that In
some respects we shall hnv« to make some
changes that will be scientific end radical
In their character-must be made with a
view of adjusting them to our existing
By fit em
Board of Canvassers Will Ask In
spectors to Explain Chaos.
The accountants working for the county
Board at Canvassers fa— d a chaotic state
yesterday In some election districts with
regard to constitutional amendments. In
several districts no returns for amend
ments had hern recorded on the voting
sheets, and In others all were recorded as
voting "Aye" to all amendment questions.
As a result. Alderman Howling said, the
Inspectors and poll clerks from atiout nine
nistn.Ms would be summonsed to appear
before the board within a few days, proba
bly on Saturday afternoon.
KlKht Assembly districts were canvassed
during the day— from the Ith to th- Bth—
the total number of election districts In
cluded being 13 Independent l^agur,
votes ran between It and •>•» to the Assem
bly district l»lstrict Attorney-el»«*t Whit
man received on« vote for Mayor. This
whs cast in Charles F. Murphy's election
Municipal Art Commission Approves of
The Municipal Art Coramiwton, Robert
W. d p Forest presiding, hat itpproved plan?
for the extension to the Brooklyn Institute,
already completed, and costing %>.<" •-
This extension Is on . Eastern Parkway
and- Washington avenue, nnd affords i
noteworthy completion to the three other
*H*s of the building, already *\*>-\p,\. There
will h» a large .-!■•• iii the c«>ti»re, sur
mounted by a large dome.
The whole building «n»n completed * \\\
be built in the form of a great hollow
Fi'iare. with in. rff«M In the ■♦litre
Tne commission also approved designs
for three schools In The Bronx coating
over f?m,««ft, and deigns f«r two ;i,wi.
■CbOOla in Queens, costing *:;••• <■-.
F>mrn«. €:4J; si|n»»», li »n»v»n «••« — - ;
tr>oon'» «.^», - <!»J».
■ill' •< .'7 i „«
• ;o>»rm.ri» l«l«n.|. jr.' ; -\
ll.ii «;»t« ft«c* o i,%
n» K»l«»rln Aiijun* victoria. ,«,..,, t.^ aa ;.!,■»
rril»» *a«t .-.f Sandy H.«ik at 3 11.-. a m ?»>Bt^r
<la>. If e\r«ctM to dock this * *n!n«
The Mli'tieiii»-|i*. r»i>-r»»'1 an 7+o ml'«>« m»t
«t far.-lv 'I a «' I 4" a m —<" ! . •. -x
pectel to dock Saturday fjr«noon
" USSI From. Un*
•X A>j« Victoria llamburc. !••> « . H»mh Am
•Altai Sania Mart*. N«v ft. Himb Am
•M»xtco Hat una. Nov n \V«r<l
•Klorlre). Unlit ■ Nov fk .., rron
NUirar» . llamriurir. rw-t 80
Brair* OaKeaton. Nov tl M•llor^
t.ttj of fcj\annah Ha«annah. Npv 9 fa\ann*h)
•Ft Ls>u!t Roothamptea. Nnv S Am
•Morro •»»•!•... .Mi .« •• N0v ........ .Wart
•Prim IVilinii 11. Ha\«i. Nov * t» W I
Mlimi;.|ii I^n<loo, Mov i . At Tr«m
r*TV*l* Pal-row Oet a* Anchor
Afghan Prince. . . . RaxkadM. Not » f rlnr*
HI vi... .;, .-.. , Nor 7. .. .So ' «■'"■
Arapahcxi Jacksonville Nov 10 Uyuo
SUNDAY.' N"\ KMnill! 14
■CMMatali r,i»a«<>w, Nov • Aneh"r
•Alllanra ..Crtitotwl. Nov a Panama
•VliclUnfla t-'antlaeo. Not a wart
Celtic Liverpool. No* •..*»»>' star
.New Tork «;ity.. Swansea. O. II Bristol
Eatonla Übto. Now 2 Rtis«lnn
Ouyane Hord-aut. No» 2 French,
Proteus New Orleans. Not 0....H0 Par
Rto C!rand« T»mp». Nov • Mallory
Naeoorhee Savannah. Nor ll. .. Savannah
immn Jacksonville. ,NoV 11 Olyd«>
•Brings malL
Moll '■ *««» l
Vsaael. Tit. Üb«. closer aa»a
P SlglsmunJ. Jamaica. H Am 11«K>« m 1:0pm
San Jo*». Port IJmon. .. . Wan '" "•' » m
Mataniaa. Prc«reao. Ward.. . -- 12:f»> m
Apache. Jacksonville. Clyde.. l.fiopm
Now Tork. Southampton. Am «:?»am tft:OO«im
Arabic. Ur.rponl. W S .... T:of)am lO:«»aa»
Z.ilia. L* <3uayr». Ked D ... «:3i>am 1-VfHlm
Ceamo. fan Juan. NT * PR «.30%m »2.<»ia)
Mbtrta. Ha- ti. Humb-Am... •<"'»'" 11:00 * m
P«minol». San Ponnnf). riy.l0:O»«m >'<*P<"
Havana. Havana. Ward io««> • m 1.0.»pm
Atrato Jamaica. RMS P..«:*> ■ ..«:*> »■» a or. p m
• »l-.|onl«. Glasgow. Anchor . 1" •«• • m
Meaaba. I^ndon. AH Trail*. . — , ! "
City of Savannah. S\v, Bay. - ?," p "
Ir«<juol». Jacksonville. Clr<i->. 1 ■£' t> m
San Marcos. Calvston. Mai. - l.:V' m
M%rowMne Trlnldid. V V I. 11 <*>« m t «>» m
Panstna. Cristobal. Panama. .11:30 a m 3.00»m
Clos« la N. T.
Destination ant steamer J P. M.
Hawaii (via San * 3else<)> ~: Hll<>^ Te< j, T# mm
Japan. Corea China" and Ph'lilnptn<»
Islands (via Vancoover and ' *• _-... - --
torta. B < -.— Empress of Japan To-day. «■»
Ssmoan Islands. New Zealand and
specially addressed mall for Aus
tralia, (via .^ .r™." 6 • v-'*"?°v -'* " ? °
Han all ' (via 6an I^^'.""^'.^Nov 15. «:S0
m».la . »•"»
Tahiti, Marquesas and rook Island.
New Zealand and Australia «cxc«r r -
West) (via San Francisco)— Mar- yrtv 1T «.»,
„„_, , ; J.OV l(. 0.3 ■
Japan. Corea'and China Ma s< * attl * > Nov 19 • •■»
Hawaii *Jir«n. Corel. China and
Philippine Ulands (via San **•"- VMr ., «vv
clscoi- Manchuria Nor "• «•*>
FIJI Islands. New land and An»
tralia (except West) (via Van . „. -.. A
ronv.r «nd Victoria. D < • Sfakur* Nov 2?. " ■
Hawaii. Guam and Phlllppln-* Isl
ands »vl» San Franctsco>— Li S_„ , „ -,„
Trinspert "*" • * 30
Port of N^w York, Thursday. Novem
her 11, 1909.
Ptesmer T.asltanla <Br», t.iveraoot Xor'tnW
« and Que«nsto*n 7. to the Cunard Ss C<».
Ltd with sf>? cabin and »^3 «teera»;^ passen
gers, mails and mdse Arrived at th« Bar a'
s"steamer5 "steamer Toronto ißr> Hull Octeb-r 25 aid
Boston November 10. to Sanderson * Son. «i i
md?e. Passed Klr« Island at 3:45 Pm.
Pteamer Pr*fident Grant n;«r>. Hamburg
October 31, Houlo«ne November 1 an! South
ampton Z. to the Hamburg- Amtrl'M Lin'',
with .'.77 cabin. 43-1 third class and IXBW
at'-^rage pass«nKer«. mall* and mdse. Arrl-»a
a' the Bar »t 12:53 am.
Steam»r Manuel .-alvr, rSpan>. Gsnoa O<-
tnber 23, Naples 24. 'Barcelona 2*. M«l«B%
2* and Cadiz 30 t<> the t'ompin!* Trasat
lantlea. with 14* rabin and 420 st»eraß« pa»
s»n*'r» and mdse. Arrived at th« Bar at
f earner A«r»to ißf>. Barbados October 2*.
Trinidad 27. Ravanlll* 30. Cartha^ena 31.
Colon November I. and K!nj«»a 5. to San
derson A- torn, wlrh passengers, malls an 1
mdse. Arrived at th-» Bar at 12.30 a m
Steamer ri*»el (G^r). Bremen Oc'ober 3".
to Oelrtchs * Co. -with •» cabia and «32 uteer
as» yassengers and mds^ for New York; **•%
cabin and 444 s»e.r»<e passengers and mds-»
for Ga>v«ston. Arrived at the Bar at 6:47
v m.
Steamer Vr»'»urno »Br». Rotterdam October
SO and Halifax N S. November ». to the North
West Transport Line, with 0 cabin and 19-1
steerage passengers and md»«. Arrived at th»
E«r at 2:15 n m.
f-tearrer <~ratghall 'Br». Te«aJ Auicuat 20.
f-m,i»r>nf Pep«»mber 2. Sabana; 10. Colombo
1«. T>-!m 3". Port Slid October S. Algiers 17.
and Fayal 27. via Delaware Breakwater V.
v»mb»r 10. »i J II Winchester A: Co. with
Hurar. Arrived at th.- Bar at 3 p m.
Steamer Toronto ( Hr>. Hull October 23 and
>-ton November 10. to fanderson. » Son,
with md»e. Arrived at the Bar at "0 pm.
Sandy Honk. N" J. Nov It. » .1'" p m -Win t
west, light breeze: haiy; light ground swell.
6tn»m#rs Frutera <Nor». Por.o Cortes: .'<*-
K»ph w Fordn»y. Habln<» Pass. St Patrick ißri.
Singapore. 11->llo. Oscar IT iDim. i"oiienh««en.
E&peranza. Havana: Grosser Kurfur»t i fieri.
Bremen; New York « Dutch, tank). Rotter
dam: Muncaster Castle (Br). ihlnkiar.|t. ate,
via Norfolk: Titian (nr). Glasgow ; Antll>»
f<'iib»n>. Havana; Rovnl Sc*ptr« »Br». N»pl»*;
Lord Crom»r <Br>. Resarlo: City of Everett.
port Tsmn.
Ft'j?"e. N>v r aTT ntht% iPti. New Tor* v '»
Genoa and Trieste.
Sonthampt'm. Nov 10 — Teutonic «nr>. New T~rk
via Plymouth and «"herboUT«.
Amsterdam. Nov ft— Prlna d«r N»dertind»n
• Putch>. New Tork via West Indies. Vene
zuela and Havre
Amev. Nov 11— Vancouver (Br). New Tork \la
Port Natal
Valparilso. Nov 11 — f>m<ior <Br>. N»w T«rk.
rivin<!»ith. Noi- It— Bluecber .r.eri New Yerlc
for <"h»rbourg and Hamburg i»nl proceeded*.
Boulogne. Nov 11. 2 a m — Nleuw Amsterdam
• r>'irrhi New York for Kotterdam.
Marseilles. Htm »— U'rmania iFn, New York vt%
Naples. /
Rotterdam, Nov — Hesperus (Ge.r>. New York.
Manila Not- I(V— Indraaamha (Pr), Boston and
New York
Cherbourg, Nor 1O K»i«e r Wllb»lm II «ler>.
■ from Bremen and Southampton*. New York.
Queensrown. No v 11 — OoeanJc tßr>. tfrom South
ampton and Cherbourg*. New York.
ror«nel. Jierr — Fallodon Hall «Br». New York.
Hambarsj. NOv 3— Cranium >Br>. New York.
Hre-ien. Nov 11 — Hannover ((!er>. New York
and Baltimore.
Trieste, Nov * — Oceania .Austi. New York.
Genoa. Nov 10 — Pur d'Aoata Utah. New YorV.
liordon. Nov 11— Mtnnetonka »nr). New York.
Lizard. Nov 10— Marina ißr>, New York for
St VinTN?. •• V, Nov ?— Elizabeth RlrVm»r»
.';... New York via Norfolk for Yokohama.
Th^rr'/i rrnll't wo nryumrvt.
Our Suits and Overcoat* are ready j
for immediate delivery ;
$18.00 TO $40. 00
On Furnishings our stocks are en
pecially Well selecttd. All we want <«
to have you " hit we hive.
Men* Scarfs at SO cent*. $!.on. $1.50
and $2.50. in plain and fancy silk* and
V-nittfd scarf*
Pure Silk Umbrellas that usually «.el|
for twice an much, now $1.05 each.
Here are some other Friday Specials:
Men's Purr Linen Handkerchiefs, 33
cents each, three for $1.00.
Unlined iil-ves. 85 cents each; Silk j
Lined lit. to $5.00.
Purr Si!k Hoi 95 rents > mi
Men's Shifts. $1.50 to $4 OD.
Stetson Hats and others at from $3 00
to $10.00.
Cooper Square and Brooklyn stores
open to-morrow till 9 p. m
BrowninaKino !
W 6 Company \
\/ ' -. i" Square ,i ..K S«re<-«
I aHoa S«ast. BMakV
Cent. Tark Wint. «J.>Hl/ «J Sti TeI. MOO CoL
To-night at 9, Antony and rlrnpntra. •
Sat. M»». and Rvjr.. Th«« r«tta«« la th» Air.
»»t W>*h^.Drsim«: .itrlf« — ■ »■"■■"! •
«1r..p«1n.. Th» Cot»««» In th*> Air. Lr^'O
Opora: ri" K*tr.. H-rth-r '■'• Mat.. Th«
M..rl»r».| Krlilr --»'. 2 w*«ka In ■*»— 6%
Trice.": Drama. $2 to Me. Op»r». t3.f1.50.
<V/»b«r F'lano L>ed E»elu»U»ly.)
D«illt <'„, ? r -., Seats tt. F." S. 23C-11 ' A
A Trip I Ballet of i i,,.ii|. llOClrros
Ta.lj|i*n| Je«eU | The Karth I Act*
DA I. VS. t>*«. • IV Mat. Tomorrow. 2:13.
FRANK MMfl.,*- The B-He of Brittany.
Matin* Elliott-*. n» ' •> /"Forbis-Hobertson
Mat. To-mcrroTV. C:.V». rOrBBJ-naHBrISBII
In Th- l'.«in C «f th« Third F1»«r Ba'li.
L-w Fields' H»raM *«i. M«t. To-mor'w. 2:13
Whlln^y Op. Co.. 7h- ChornUl* <»oldl<T.
* »*ino. kv,- si; p, m PaniardT' I 'i lrl ?
Mat. To-m'w.;:l3. "MM »*■'»*' >h«WUard.
rnMr.nv. Ers «iv i whitf«ii>f -
Mat To-morrow. 2:KV I The Malting lot
ll l fl|frTT' Th *- 4=<l - W.nf .■'££??£
iIAuRLi |Et« 9:15. Jli?- To-morrow. 2.13.
ELSIE FEHSUSOW in Such a Little Queen
nt : <)Xf> t^row^,i x The Midnight Sons
HIIFSTIP' " * 1S " "*' T"* niorro-wr, 2 IS
JJHH MASON witghing'hour
FYlr*» 23 t<t Ufc M*t Ta-mV. I. Ev». 9 15
lU-tei C.JVI..U AIUn — The Whit- «l«t^r.
WBSI t!IO N»itW«?k-Th» Rot? of AUerla.
MANHATTAN 355&5532
GRAND OPF.RA SE-*«ON* 19«1»»191«».
TO-NIGHT at a— A IDA >>n Italian^. Mm--
Masarlß. D'Alvarer. Carew; MM. Zena
teiio. . Sarnrnarco. Vslller. Laskin. Ventu
rinL Mus. dtr . M Anselmt.
SAT AFT. — THAIS On French*. Miss Mary
Garden- Mile*. Tisallat Duehene: MM.
Reniud. Scott. Mus. dir.. M d* 1* Fuent».
RCSTICAN'A 'In Italian* Mmes. Mazartn.
T>u-hene Severtna-. MM. Datmnrn. Crabtxs.
FAGLIACCI .In Italian). Mil". Cavallert;
MM. Zenatello. Sammarco. Crabb*. V«n
turlril. Mus. dir . M. Anselml
sirs" NOV. ll— Flr«t Grand Operatic Concert.
MOV EVE. — IXC I A (In Italian > Mm* T«»rii
ilni; MM. John McCormaek. Simmar'o.
Venturini. De Grail*. . Mas. dir. Anselml
WEO EVE. 'first tlm* in America) — *.*PHO
•in French). Miss Mary Garden. Miles.
I>'Alvarei. Trentlnl; MM. Dalmoree, Da
franne. Valles. L»skln. Villa. Mus dlr.
M. de la Fuente.
FRI EVE .— TRAVIATA (In Italian). Mm--.
Tetrazilni. G-otle. Severlna; MM. John
McCormaek. Sammarco. yenturlnt. Fes
aatta r>» Oraila. Mm. dir . M. Anselml.
Sf.T AFT— HERODIADE (In French. Mile*.
a'i»n. <;ervil!»-R»arhe. IViK-hene, MM.
I>almores. R»naud. Crabb*. Val'ter. Nlro
lar. Venturtnt. Mus. Mr.. M. da la Fiwti".
Tu»s Nov. !«, l»* FILLF. DF. MADAME
ANGOT. Cat. Nov. 2«. I.A .MASCOTTr.
THANK«Gni.NG N|r,HT Fo--!»!
Ss?3?Sii • CARMEN
Miles. Cavallert. M»rand», Tr-ntlnf, Duchen*-
MM. Zenat-llu. Durranne. fillibert, Lerou*.
Mua. dir. M. de I* Fuente.
Seats far All Above Sn\r Selling.
Evenlnrs at a. Saturday Matinee at 2-
GRAND OPKHA W»\ 1909-1910.
mo\. r.xc... \nv. 15. 1 . einnnum
irCond-.Tosrantnl.) LA 6IOCONDA
Mmes. Destlnn. Homer. Melts.-* . (d<:but>;
MM. Caruso, Amato. d« Segurola,
mm. kve.. \ov. 17. .... . n
• Cond.. To-canln!.> UTELLQ
Mm- Alda: MM. si-zak '49b<i>>. Scottl.
Wltherspoon. Bada. Re«.-h!gllan.
TOVK9. EVE.. .NOV. l!». . . TBIUUTB
<Cond. rod - d-but.> LA TNAfIATA
Mme^. Lipkowska <4eb»it>. * I a»i n stoaa. I
Mattfeld. MM Caruso. Amato. R-s, higllan.
Fill. EVE.. NOV. 19. yye DIITTCDCI V
• Cond. Tosrantnt > MMC. BUTTcHrLT
Mmes. Uestlnn. Fornla; MM Martin, >nsa>t I
Relss, Bourgeois (debut). Muhlrrn-
»cond.. ii-rts.) LUntnaHlN
Mmes. Kremstad. Homer. MM. Jorn. Forsell
( debut l. Illnckley. Whltehlll.
SAT. EVE.. NOV. 20. , . DAUC y.
<• on.i . Podesttl LA BUrItMC
Mail a Nielsen. Alten: MM. Bo- Seoul.
Pl*ir. Plnl-Corsi. *» Seg-aroi*. Glaaoll.
Thqrsaay Npv 25. at 12:45. Richard Wa?n«r*s
FARSI rA L . Seats now on sa!*.
Central Park West, bet «2d and «3d St«
TIES. EVG.. Nov. 1«, at • UfCDTUra
Revival of Massenet's Opera. ifCnlllcil
Mm»s Farrar. Gliyk rdebut>: MM. Ct*ment
<debut>. Gilly .deb.it. Ptn»-Cors». t>-vaux (de- !
but). Bourceois td-but>. Con.. Tanrv <d*but>
Mmes. Destinn. VJ"f'H: MM. Jorn. Didur.
Relss. Witherspeon. Muhlmann. Cond . Hertz.
Seats on Sa!« at Box Office Th» New Theatre. I
Mnn. Etb.. ,Vnt. M TANNHAECHER
Mmes. Gdtdskl. S»rl* . debut >: MM Burrlan
Whlteblil <dtbu»>. Hlnckley, R«iaa Muhlmann,
Conductor, Mr Herts.
ACTfID B-WJiy * 4.'.th St. Eve. fcaj
Uu I till V -"1 - arl Sat Mats., : !'..
**** m "■■ Wed. Mat.. siv- t o MM.
WAGENIIAIJ' «- KEMPER present the
Btggest Comedy IIU in 2« years.
Br Mary Roberts Rmehart * Avery Hopw«<vl
"New York will lauith at It for months"
—Tribune. >K.\TS t»> U'KFK.H Allß.\r>.
TTaTlill'a Rv. $;J3k • • « • A Sat , 215
w 6 k"k The Fourth Estate
HI in 111 1 ITway and 30th St. Eves. 9:20
DMU\M%J i^ s » Matinee Saturilav. 2:"6.
""raw ■ ». H>. |i. U. U.
tlornlox. Op-o«
Et»». .^a^^^^T^^^^ at »
>a Cisr'i»n.
■PJgsPYaT Gr«it»« KihlM- VMaf ™B
■I ■ ■ linn nf H»r>»s M^aBBBBBsI
PI Ever Held
■^H „.,....,1 191
Wmm I-.--V. fci>
%gi^L is/British. E^m
LidlM* KMlaa.
Cvatarta ty to* S*f«ata Baaiaast BasaV
Th* mm ib tb« t«e urp«r inlltnw in ac<t
j srf f,Ai^-MKißOi>oiiT\.N »rim •■<>!,*
i Matinee Tuesday, Nor, 16
Duncan Damrosch
I TMth »h« >. V. MI-HOW ,)*. HF>TI<«
Mot 1»IN'-AN will danr« and lnt-rrret
In rant'imim*
e-nt* ■»««•. t-> y:.i>n. R«\t% iM«tms *» si« «-m
N«w ■' Pox t>tn--, ai» o a , ,| rk ,, aisndM
Man*cem»Bt H. E Jt»IINSTON'
C%tl>E «I F. I! ,% i. f, •
Boston To-morrow
Symphony jgjggg;
conductor nacnmanii«ofr
BEUSCO lh ?&; V;i ™?: a^*
_»»- Y'ar Old Tianttt >
Win I < IVKM\r«><at\ril -. „ h«ur
MtsKt. hit»K\ OF HI\\V.\IIU, «lc. etc
IfiC SKiTINfi "' xliHnM '»'^
lUt wMHIinU -■<-.♦ ,i,,. n ,it
Boys are not the onJy ; one«
who admire our boys* long
trouser suits.
Mothers do, for their boyish
style; fathers do, for their sub
stantial quality.
$12 to §22; sizes 13 to 16.
If any bi<? boy does want to
stick to knickerbockers, we carr;
fit him up to a biff 1 6 year size. -H

A growing boy .especialh;
i needs unshrinkable underwear.
Such as Dermophile, all wool
but. guaranteed unshrinkable.
In boys* sizes.
Buckskin gauntlets are most (
practical gloves for boys.
Seasonable Stars!
Boys* "Star" shirts and
j "Star" blouses of flannels,, with
soft, collars attached.
Blue, gray and khaki.
The care of a boy's foot often,
makes or mars his comfort for!
Our boys* shoes are carefully!
designed with their srreat im-j
portance in mind. ■
Rogers Pff V Cckmfant.
Thr*« Broadway Stores
at at at
Warrsnst. 13th st. 34th s*.
FVIPIRF Rvray * 40th St. T.V3 *:tS.
* : * ll '**^»*^*» Ma»*T<»-Tn-w * Wv!..3:15.
"II U Ke,t riar m Year*."— Ev. TVarli
nUUOUri Mat. T»-m-w A V~i. ? :o
BF.rt.ru- at niH brht i> the
GREATK&r «llllv « OF Hl* C.VKEER.
La THE bi rtDrß OF BRIDGES > *
HCDSOV TTTE-\TRr, Sp-elal. S»at» :r»-».
IT^ l^.. 25 RUTH ST. DENIS
in Her R-e-r»" - of HINDOO PAXCE*.
bnllCnlUli Mit>To--r.v * T^»d .; .ij.
■"A Dr»mjitU? Sgn*atlnn."— Ct«. World,
**A big play." — Son. of "Samson.**
rVNiUrVtriDUUntn M«. To-morraj at 2. '
~\ MERRY WIDOW HIT.** — WnrldU
CllffW B-r»yA34t^. Ev.S:l3.s^t.Mt2:li
SAVUI Matins To-morra-*-. i 1?
mi- ANGLIN in Halana Hichia
I WAP 1111 > ~t . nr. Bway. v ,. «t < .12.
LIUCUmI «!!• To-mw • rhurs.. 2;U
|* AD DIP If s:it^ St. nr. B-vay. Cvs. *.IX
UAnnlwß m«< T<^m-<» .<• -n-d : t^
Win HIM, hoi;r.***— Tßinr>E.
\.|«l»l.|» T>l«mi. ..r»,f»,t Tritunpb,
The Harvest Moon
with i.FUKI.r \«H
Evs»- *•» MaMn«i W«d. nnd Paf.. 2t*
♦ HCIII * WATCM ♦ -%*• ■ I
/seß^ MABEL
V^3^/ „ » SPRINGTIME "
>a — -**^ Ev.«:ls Ma'.TVed.Sa* 2.13
rut vn3l! Bway * 43rh St - . „ « 5
nLIf lUilri Mam. Wed. an* Sar . ?:!A
v*» G oci
HlirTV 4Hth St. and B'w»r. Sv« »tX
GAItTT Mat* U'l ana ?^» 2l<
M"u|rQrn»»iri.«yA2nthßt EviTtx
ntotn 0 U4?» w>4 * lai . ftta
The Climax sec asl N , X! .s 9P .
fl urm p.\mriw«:h ... . CntetS
Nf»« Sun<t»v Aft«rnoor». x.v- 14, »• •
.... kreisle'r
Mh SjTnph""^. BKETHOvrN: Ccn~*T** gf
Vtoltn BEETHOVEN. t«cn<»r» «?•» T- **W
rit^t Tn«<»<Ssy l> «. C'oncor* Haw I* «t »1*
w«'« KREtSL /
T\r\<"» to rt» to $; •» i W 3ltM *» •■ i •••
opr»» of r»rnp«l» 11*11 «n(J Now mm
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