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Tells of $100,000 He Put Up for the Retirement of Van Norden Loan. WOULDN'T ENTER POOL Testimony for Prosecu'tion in Re? buttal?Questions of Jurors Show Close Interest in the Case. Bradley Martin, Jr.'s. testimony in re? buttal at the Cummins trial yesterday spread cheer throughout the Cummins ramp. He said (""ummins kept him in? formed all alonr that he wasn't using the Nineteenth T-Vard Bank's money to retire the Van Norden loans. "I did know," said the witness, "that the Van Norden loans were being taken up hy changing the names on the notes to thoae of the Cummins group, hut that bo actual money war? being put up ex? cept what T had put up." Mr. Martin referred to the $100.000 which he personally ha?) turned over to Cummins and with which Cummins had raid a Ven Nord??n obligation, turning over to Mr. Martin the shares of Nine? teenth and Twelfth Ward hank stock whl?. h had secured it. it is not thia money bit the $140.?'*M> which the Nine? teenth "v"*-?rd Rank, of which Mr. Martin was president, loaned him at the same tlm?\ April, 1010, which Cummins is ac? cused of stealing And the charge <>f If-r eny against him rests entirely upon the fact that he di?l not uso this S14O.ft4i0 in paying off Va.ii Norden loans. This charge 1s supported by a so-? ailed trust agr?ment letter sent Mr. Martin by the *? ice-president of the ?Carn?ete Trust Company on re?elpt of the four ?hecks making up the ?K* *0.?Y)O. Ac ? ordlng to the interpretation of the pros? ecution and Mr. Martin, the agreement set forth in the letter confined the use ot the money to paying off the Van Norden loans and named the Carnegie Trust Company as trustee of the Nineteenth snd Twelfth Ward bank stork to be re? leased by such payment. "Did you ever agree with Cummins that Michael J. L>i_un should hold tho ?-.lock*"' a??ked John K. Clark, Assistant District Attorney. 'No," saM Mr Martin. I was the spirit of Mr. Lynam, ?'um mins's matvof-aU-work, which brooded over a stock pool started with the .SH'?. 000. But Knew About tha Pool. "But you knew of this syndicate or ?pool formed by Cummins. Condon. Relch mann and Moore, didn't you?" asked Max D. St-taier, counsel for Cummins. "Yes.** "And you were invited to enter thia pool? but you said you would rather put up jn.iKX'fJOO to buy the aame stock at certain figures?Isn't that true?" "Yes, at the figuren mentioned in the trust agreeiment." Mr. Martin denied tJ-iat Dynam or any one else had aver shown him or read to him the stair-roent of the pool transac tiona whicJi both I^ynam and Cummins hav* testified was produced for his reruaal the first week in May, 101?? \\e thought it probable, however, that he was in conference with Cummins at the time ?pacified He denied also ever hearing that the money his bank had lent ?ummins had gone inte the pool or had ever been paid out for stock handled by hynatn, or had ever been spent by the Carneglo Trust Company or any one eise for stock of the nineteenth "Ward Bank, the Twelfth Vard Bank <>r the Carnegie Trust Com? pany. It is the contention of the defence that Martin waa Informed of all of these things and approved of them as being for the *good of the general situation," this phra*e defining the only limitation put on the use of the $110,000. accord? ing t?> the defen?-e. Parla M. Fletcher, .?uror No. R. asked If the poo! statement referred te showed vhat was in the pool at the time, and ??as Inform?-*/! hy both Justices Davis and Kteuer that it contained a list of the notes paid and Mock released up to May 1. This question was one of many ema? nating from the Jury yesterday, appar? ently showing that, although the trial haa consumed almost five **eeks. so far the Jurors' Interest has increased rather than diminished. In the morning several Jurors put queetics.a to John M. Van Pelt, the cashier of the Nineteenth Ward Bank. the first witness called in rebuttal. Among other things they asked him if any ?4is<**uBsion of a truetee had occurred at the meeting of the Nineteenth Ward dir ?at tor* when it waa voted to lend Cianmins and his frlanda $140000 Mr. Vaa PeJt said "no." Mr. Van Pelt also testified that according to hla under? standing the money waft to be uaed "to protect the gensral aituation." Lawrence Ottlnger, juror No, \t, who has asked more questions than any of his (?llea-piea, waited to know from Tompklns Mcllvalne, who followed Van Pelt on the stand, If as counsel for the Van Norden Trust Company he, Mcil vaine, woajd not hsve been consulted with regard to any trust agreement af? fecting the bank. Mr. Mel 1\ aine said It km customary to refer any auch agree? ment to hira. bot admitted in answer to s further question from Mr. Ottlnger that the particular trust agreement figuring In the Cummins case had never been ahown to him. Condon Left All to Cummins. Martin J. Condon, th?- last witness called, was also the objw I of ?.uestions from the Jury. In hie ca-?e regarding the guarantees he hsd signe?! ?>f notes sub Sllt'ited for Van Norden note? Mr. Condon's irica of how the $ I ?i? ?."*??) v. ,,s to he used i-oiii<l?led with Mr. Martin's, but he ackno** ?edg? d that although n member, he "?ok amanttxtt Inter?**' la the operation? <>f the 8to?'k |iuol and in fttt? eral Ir 11 the ?situation in ?unnnins's hands, signing gu?rante,;; ??ri blanks j ?* iK-ri a:,U"l tO At the noon ie? <?;->, before l?e h,,.| ? testified, ??nd ?l.inng ? ten-mtnutc i? . | | Jw;i after h?' had Lit the stan.1. Bradley Martin, jr.. chatt.-.i and laughed vitli tl.? ?lei?nd.'int on the most ?friendly 1er-- This was in divert contrast to t'i, ...?tile 1-OOkS c .v liaii??*.; between Cummins and Cond? ? aon mar? rieJ Ctunmlna's daughter, Mr. Cummins has described Mr. Condon hi? a mllllon Mlie when he first entered the Carnegi* Trust ? 'oinpany. He is now in bank? ruptcy. STRIKERS NOW "BREAKERS" Street Cleaners Disguise Them? selves to Oet Jobs Back. With normal condition*! in th?* street? heme quickly restored and tit? outlook growing brighter evert' hour. William ?I 1-Mwnrds. i'otTimls.-loner of Street t'leaning, whs in a mood yesterday to listen with anu? ?mont to a storv told to him by hi? secretary. W. A \\ hitney. ''You'll have to be on the lookout" said Mr. Whittle.'. "You'd never guess what the striker*-, are up to n??w They are sp plying to the detective agencies that sup plie.l you with strike breakers in the hope Of getting ba?k their jobs. Some of them have shaved off their mustaches and done other things in th" disguise line. In that way thfy hope to get back without ?Mag identified." "Well, if any ?>f thorn get bark that w;iy." paid Mr. Kilwards. laurelling, "it will be the old song over again about coming right in, turning around and walking right out again." Kvery thing in the Street Cleaning Pe? pa rtment was runni.ig smoothly yesterday. There was little violence and not the slight? est hit? 1. marked th<? work of the day. In the thr-e boroughs of Manhattan. The Bronx and Brooklyn 1.82S carts and 4,597 rren were engaged ?n removing refuse. Of I tices. I,?SS?! men and 842 carts were at work In Manhattan. Both In carts and In men there was a considerable Increase over those In use on Wednesday. Wililam H. Ashton and the other ?Hike leaders had nothing to say. The strikers ?continue to regret th<ir going out ami to b<* very tvttor toward the men responsible for the strike. The only case of violente reported to the ?pollos was that of Tony Balsc, twenty-two years old, of No. Ill Court street, Buffalo. At Broadway and Manhattan street, while he was going to work at Stable C. N'o. ?>-?> West 1 ;,ntr? street, h?? was attacked by sev? eral ?trlkers and their friends. In the fiprht Bals? received a slight stab wound in the left side. Uli tries ?or help brought sev? eral patrolmen, and the nttackltig party fled. Balse was t;iken to the J. Hood Wright Hospital. More for mischief than for anything else. seemingly, somebody exploded a giant fire? cracker yesterday afternoon In the yard of Stable II, in East ?IMh street, near First avenue. James A. Bregan, district superin? tendent, and several patrolmen on guard In the stable ran into the yard, but could find no one there. The police think some boy? threw the cracker from the roof of a house. ? RAID WITNESS MISSING Complainant Against Alleged Gamblers Fails to Appear. When the eases against four alleged gamblers taken In a raid Wednesday night, in West 44th street, came up before MaRis t?ate Appleton. in the Wc*-t Side court, yes k:?1:?v afternoon, Frank Marshall, ihe complaining witness, failed to appear. '?ne of the prisoners was William Bus 'i-'.l, who has been summonefl to testify In the Willett Investigation. Louis T, Walter, Jr.. who said he sold sixty-three shares of certain 6took to Willett tot Jo.-XW just he fore he nominated Willett for justice of the Supreme Court, testified also that he paid Busteed K.ijao of the money he received from Willett. Terence. J M Man?s, ooansal for th? de? fendants, Insisto*] that It would have to be proved that the prisoners w?r?- th*. four men mentioned in the information. Fied?-r b k ,T. Sullivan. Assistant District Attorn ST, then discovered that Marshall had not signed the Identification Flips attached lo th?? information. Magistrate Ap|il?-ton said h.- would act o.n his own responsibility ind Postpone the case until Sat'jrday mornln?. Marshall ga?,e his address as No. 242 <*Vo*t Thth Street H?? aras last seen at 3 o'clock yesterday morning going Into a restaurant in West 44th strert. He promised then to appear In court. The other prisoners were Frank Willis, rf No. HI West 44th street; William Fenn*11. of No 17?? West 4Mb street, and John llai: gf-ity, of No. 158 W'est 44th street. WHITNEY SEES WHITMAN Didn't Criticise Prosecutor, He Says. About Crowded Prison. Patrick A. Whitney, Commissioner ?*>f ?"otrectlons. hurried over to the Criminal Courts building earl;- yesterday to assure District Attorney Whitman that It was all a mistake, the report that he criticised him about the arrest ?if Albert ?""reelman, clerk of the 3d District Court for oppression. He said he knew the office was doing all in Its pow??r te expedite court business. Commissioner Whitney was reported to have attributed the overcrowded condition of the Totnhs to the ii>-frl< lency of I?lstii? t Attorn**? W hitman. There were in the Tombs .csterday TIT prUoneis of whom 450 were credited to the ro._rt of c,?.-i*ral Sellons. ',", wer? awaiting sentence, 111 were workhouse CMOS and T3 were credited to Special Session?. <'ommlssioner Whitne., before the Budget Exhibit in October, called Ptuntlon to the deplorable overcrowding of the prison and attributed it to the crowth of the ?Ity and the consequent Increase <.f arreatg for crime Judge Crain. who is engaged in S lenglhy murder trial In Sp.-.lal Sessions, told Dis? i rie t Attorney Whitman that he would Stl from 4 until (5 O'clock each afternoon t?. dispose of small case? that have accumu? lated, thereby reli<*-ini? the ??ingesti?n of the Toirn o ?? ?BRUSH LUNACY TEST BEGUN Counsel for Sisters Gets Delay to Hear from Alienists. Tl e investigation of tic reasons for con? finement of the two ?Jtsters, Mies Ad? and , Mis I'ho-i.e ?Brush, in the Kings I'ark In-! san? Asylum began ?esterday before .lus- i tice Stapl?ton, of the Suprcm? ?ourt. toI Brooklyn. The'Inquiry was brought about by ?afiierin?- Hawkins, a foraser Inaats ol the instltuti.iii Both the visteis w??ie in court but only Ada. the younger, testified. She lold a story of recel?, ing Ria.k Han,I lettet?- from <l:ff. rent persons In Huntington. I.?nig Isl? and, her Lome town, and ,?f being kid? napped and carried t" the stats Institution by | number of men. She nld thai th"?, weie illegally ?i.inmiu? d t?? th?? asylum and that they wire perfectly sane. The Misais Brush irare ?sent te Hi*? asy? lum In May, 1!?10: after a hesilllj .,: I .?n examination by two doctors of Suffolk County, who Mibniiit? ,-1 aflitbivits that the sister.- were mentally unbalanced At ti.e request of l?avid !.. Cobn, i**aunse! for the petitioners, the hearing ?a* I Dl short m; s I'!'?? '?f Mt*. ' ohn that he wished ?mil. alienist i to t Bas?tes ths Misses Brush j t.i fore continuing the PART OF A STREET TO GO. Tht i ?.??? ? ?t of ECsUmste dacM?d ?/Mtarday to doM Not ill William street under the Bt*ooklya Bridge and to ?a. out n oonuoe- ' [ non tratweea tVilllatn and North <*Vtlllam , mi the easterly side ?if th?- bridge. ! bongs is to i>e mad?- because of the plan*- Dndsr ?W?*! t., ?l?pres? the stl tracks M the heitypt so as to carry th? m Into iii, n a statten In II ? n- ?? Municipal Building._ SUNDAY'S NEW-YORK TRIBUNE Mailed an/where in the United States for $2.i>0 a year. SUES FOR $1,100,000 Receiver for Crosstown Line Says Bonds Were Misapplied. FRANCHISE. ONLY ASSET i Ryan, Vreeland and Other Met. Directors Defendants?John Keenan Got $100,000. Some further ?nstame.?* of Intricate rall j road high finance were ?revealed la a suit j filed by Joseph }'. ?Mayer, ntmgfot of the I Twenty-eighth aoi "'? e?i\ -ninth Street^ j Crosstown Railroad ?'ompary, ?-.galn-t ?Thomas Fortune ?Ryan, H. H. Vrreland. Almerlo H. Paget. Prier A. H Widcner and other defendants, who were the dl rectors of the ?Metropolitas TTactlon Com? pany at the time of Its dissolution, to com? pel them to nctount for *l.1i*r?.i*-V> worth of bonds Issued for the ? rosstown company. The proceeds, the receiver said, were not applied to the benefit of the crosstown company, which was the purpose of fhs Issue. When Mr Mayer t?"?ok chnrpc of' the railroad property there was nothing left h'it the franchise. There was not a piece ?"?f rolling stock, lie -aid According te Mr Ma^r. -ik.diVi.i.rt worth oi th? honds. ?>n Whos?- Issue he seeks light, were placed on the market and ?old. realiiing more than Jl.OOO.OOO to the Metropolitan interests. John Keenan received IK-Aft?) worth <>f the honds. because, as the reOolutfon sa,?V he "ha? heretofore and at sundrv tini?"? tendered servir? fr. the Metropolitan Slrce? Railway Company, in and ahouf various negotiations." The defendant', who also include Tho.nas Dolan ard R. Sorters Hays, end John O. Johnson, Crorge \V. Klklns and Sidney V. Tyler, as execute rs of the will of William T?. Klltlris. ?remain SJ trustees of t'ne Met? ropolitan Traction ?'ompanv for purpoeea of litigation. Th* complaint of Mi. Mayer cet tortii that In 1S9?. the Twenty-eighth and Twenty ninth Streets Company was capitalized for WM-Mi and had outstanding an issue of honds amounting to $y?o,*?yi. This Issue was 1n the process of foreclosure, there being du? for principal ami Interest ffl.HI The Metropolitan Traction ?'ompany. through one of its agents, made an apree nient with Kdwar?! I,anterba< th, represent? ing practically all of the stockholders and bondholders of the old road, to buy the stocks and honds in part for 'ash. the rest with a part of the HJOMM bond IseiM to be made by a new company, which bonds were to he secure.1 hv the Metropolitan Street Railway Company. Mr. Lantorbacfi foreclosed the mortgage under this agreement under which the Metropolitan compati', was to pay S32G.1.JO in ?ash and J-tfi?'?/?*.)') In the new bonds. Mayar said that in onier to Justify the issue of the stock and bonds of the new company, Truslow flied what was ?ailed S reorganization certificate, in which he said he and other persons had bOCOHM associated to form a company to op? rate the Twenty-eighth art?l T*enty-ninth Streets Company. It was sain al*o that Die company would be capitalized at ?1..7~0.0?>'?. Soon after this the Metropolitan Traction Company ??i solved, and Its assets wete distributed among the stockholders. Mayer, on becoming ie?ei\er, had his at t<->rn< ys investigate the affairs of the com? pany. They infoi med him that upon the filing of the reorganization certificate the old ?ompany passe?! by operation ot law to the new company, and that after the filing of the certificate Truskw had nothing to sell to the new company The attorneys also reporteii that thai bond iseue of ILMMN would only be justi? fie?* by so much of the Metropolitan resolu? tion as recited that the money was ne? es? sai y to equip and operate the crosstown railway. None of this atone)* was paid or expended for that purpos?\ Mayer said, aii-1 when the reorganization certificate was filed there was already a contract in exist? ence with the Metropolitan Street Ratlw.iv ''ompany turning aver to It the p-operty of the little company in consideration of its guarantee of the bonds. This dire, tors of the Metropolitan Trac? tion Company agree?i to pay Trasloar p-.?")?1 IS ?ash for the railroad. tMM,dM of the H.?OO,?v>0 of capital stock to ba isaued an?! also li.iVK'.'VV) of bonds to ba Issik.i Boa?_a to that amount ?were issued to Truslow, who turned more than $t"?i.i?.v? worth over to I.auterbach. representing the Stockholders of the old ?company, the tMMjN going to the Metropolitan Interests, which put ?tUNO,? Cuv? of them on the market and gave John Keenan PMbMI Mr. Ryan sad Mr WMeipr said In their answers that the bondholders had no for ?.??mplaint as mattei of law. The that when the hon?is ???if- Issued every bod) concerned wa? Satisfied, subsequent pur? chasers of the hon?ls ha\e nothing to com? plain of. and the receiver had no right to interfere. -?-? GIRLS TESTIMONY WANTED Delay for Mr. Root's Former Chauffeur1 for Carrying Concealed Weapons. Philip Ferney. formerK chauffent for Senator Ellhu Root, was arraigned ?/aster dav hefoie .Judge Humphrey, In the Su? preme Court. 1/ong Island ?City, on an la-1 di'-ttnent for carrying concealed weapon? Walla? e K. I t'olllni of ? ounsel for tin?, defence, said that it srould he Imposslhle to go on with the case beeauae of the ah- I sence of Miss Mae Wiederhold, dau-shter of ? ?lustav Wlederhold. a hullder. at Richmond Hill, and at his request the ?ase vas y<y over until Monday. Collins slated that he was ?anabls to pro? ceed with the ?|ef*n a arlthOUl ?he pieseiice of Miss Wlederhold, who. he declared, was a ?materiel witness. He mid Ute court that ; B -uhp.rna had hem left at her home, hut that her father had refused to bring her tOi ?court Mr. ?Wlederhold consented t" tetra his daughter In court on Monday. CITY MARRIAGES INCREASE i Number Last Month 4,295. as Against 3,793 Last Year. Queeaa and ?Richmond were the ?,n'?> two boroughs of lbs ? it\ which ?sbosred s fall? ing off lait month in tii?- number Of i.Mi? rlases, as compared with llie same month in lib?, a, ? orillng In Health Department statistics. Th? ?'it however, showed n big gain There ?wer? MM marriage? ja*-! month, as BOmparsd Srlth I.1N to October Manhattan showed sn bureas.- of *}", Brookl n of HI and The Brans of in. ?,? fell off by n and Rl? hinotnl 1>>' !. Thar? were I1.1M hiiths In ??ct.il.er, m, increase ?,f w, over the same month year. Ther* WOT1 .'?. 1'-'. deaths, as S| ,'?,:,r?7 In IMS, -. LOSES SUIT: SENT TO BE'-LEVUE. Sarah _ea?*y, a?ghteen reara ?c?i ??f v., 11] <>rch,.r?l Street, ?a^ sent to Reib vue n<?-i'it.-<i resterdaj b; Magistrat? Ken man, of the Tombs polic? court, to i??? placed iiii'J?-i sheet ?ration. When ?pi? ? nom?! i'i? gui told i.'.w JusU-tM Joseph I Oreen >.f th? ? .It) ? ?mri, bad pr* mugi, upon her and i? in' 'in- Of ? mirror had WatcheJd h?-i h"tn> Miai "-?n a damage sun a year ago in Juati?-? ?,? ?-?n ? oui t f"i ii? nu"?- ? ' aeel? ? -i a mi? employttd a* maid The ? *rdi. t f.?i }i ??., ti ? ?i on a|,|? ii ,it;d aln? e then thi aui lia?- been acting atfaagcly. FOR WOMEN, MISSES xjnd JUNIORS Fashionable Furs At Attractive Prices Exclusive Paris models and new designs of our own? Coats ol Moleskin, Caracul. Baby Caracul, Alaska Seal, I ludson ^eal. f rench Seal, Persian Lamb and Lrmine. Sets and Separate Muffs and Neck Pieces of 5&b!e. Mink. Moleskin. Chinchilla. Frmine Fisher, Caracul, hitch, bkunk. Raccoon, Lynx and Silver, Black, White, Red and Poinlcd I ox. Our showing of Cross Fox Sets in the very latest models is the finest in the city. ?ifib Avenue at 46.1) Street OLYMPIC'S SUCTION BLAMED t Admiralty Tries to Show It Drew the Hawke Into Crash. London. Nov. II, The hearinK <>f the cross actions arising fr?m ths collision ?>f the White Star Line st? atnshlp Olympic ? with the Hrlllsh cruiser Hawke ??ff the north ceeai of the isle of Wight on ?September II was cousMncsd in *iie Admiralty ?Souri ba f..re sir Samuel t i:\nn?. the president, to? day. The suits, whl? h une bitHight respect? lively by the owners of the ?Olympic sgalnsl j Commander Rlunt of the Hawke and by the ; Admiralty acnltiKt 'be White Star lAne, he ?ins heir.I simultaneous!., are likely to he ? prolongo?). T*?ith plaintiff?- ?allege negligence in navtgatkm, and the verdict will carry liability for enormous damage Incurred by I both vessel* The plea of th? White Star ait.irjiey* is j that the .tui>er, -is the o*rertaklng reasel, ?improperly attempted I" pass to the ??.utli j ward of the Olympic, Ths Admlnilty al ? leges that ths pSSseilgWI liner took too wide : a sweep in entering the Solent, and draw mi. close t?i the poli side of the Hawk?' raussd ths latter vessel i.? Birarvs t.. ?tori towar.l the liner. It is also ?lenie i that the cruiser was the 01crtakina: ship. The question .if MX tl??li. raised bj the Admiralty, will entail sridcncs by bydraulic experts. Na-, a! COBStriMtOr 1 ?.i\id Taylor, of the United Btates na\y, has come ?.i I,on?!on specially I.? testify, at the i, ? | i< ?**. of th'? Rritlsh government ?'aptain i:. j. Smith .?f the Olympic, the first witness, ralatad now his ship with Iw? thousand passengers sailed from ?Southamp? ton for New York at 11 O'clock M Xhe morning of the m ? ;ic;it and pl'imed to her pier at Southampton four hour*- after ward with a big hole in her sta, !??.:*t<l uuar | ter. hut with h-r passengers end craw ?an? I harmed, Describing the ?collision, he said that the two vessel.-? bad travelled parallel f..i some tim1?, when th?-- Hawks Buddenly turned , j 111. K1 y and s.rtnk the liner's ?luar trr. The Attorney Qeo/tn? fiwss nsmlnrri ?Captain smith with the object of showing that the stuhlen swerve of the Hawke \\ , due to the suction from the liner. The wit MSB ?-..id that his experience opposed such I a theory. At the end <?f thi*, examination I the . ..m f adjoui nod, 'causes husband'T'arrest Wife Says He Was About to Abandon Her and Child. Ifltcbel P.ohinson. an Importier of ostrich I feathers, wa* arrested yesterday i ? > ?Deputy ! Sheriff McDtmneli ami raleaaed m ti.?>v? I hail, In an action SThlch his Wife, Mrs., Sarah Robinaon, of Ko. IRA Fifth avenue, ! las brought aj-'ainst him fui separation. Mr*. Hohlni-oii said her husband had 'threatened to legre tl"' country, and that ! She had re;.son to belteVI he ??as :-..iiie to; ?Afri.-a and leave hor and their child I? uni- ' km* Now. in ?a*, be leaves th. juriadtc t!..i, ?.f the ?'.un. ins bond ?rill be attach-] ibis for alim?n.?. Mrs ?"tobioaoti alleges \n her complalnl j ! extreme croelt) ami inhuman treatment, B'hlch l.egan soon after her marriage 10 ths defendanl In '??'?"' But lbs chief ?**om plaint la that the rlefendanl ke|.t his irife conflnod t" her ?*oo*na, This is what m? rtoldnson ?-. su,., our marriage thi defemlanl has kepi me confined In my rooms, and refus?.I me any r> en atloi a hat.?", ver, thong means ?oui?! have permitted it Onlj onoe I ? ,, the defendanl -our- out together with I me. n? refuses to ;?<? oui with, me, .-.en for a walk. Instead. I have to end un ? Ighl th? ai.ns>- of th? d< fendant - noi ?i and ri.ok ? 'ri.e t? if. ais?, complained that hei hus? band had s'V. ral times al.aiiil..ned her. leav Ing ber In IIW for i?n montha panullcsa an?? j with a sich child a ?.?t..lu ? ?u November I 7. Mr- Robinson saya her husband com* pelled her xo km?? their home with their child and she went t.-. live with her mother, U] ...i v h'.iti ehe i* low d. send? nt. SEEDLESS LEMON AT LAST Discovered After Botanists Had La? bored Years in Vain to Produce It. B ? Bt rnardlno, ? '.?l . Noi II Thi ?msa, to produce which botanical ex? pert* had iiiisu? ?-es- fuiiy labored f..i many I '?ar?, las heeji dK. .... et ? d The hii'l wood, from which the traea noa i esi ln| aeedlesi lemon ha\. i'-n grown, came, fii'iu .-. sampl? labell d "t-H on ?>f ?-?.m-, l,,ene." The original bttd *.ni. r i ..in it?, . but, a? ??..rditii* to the ["?apartment ?>f agri? culture, a ?ear h ?f t lit tJTOVOf Of in? <?ld| World failed to rai a' an] tu-, s whi.-h hear BCCdlOM tomona Fruit -.'.?weis he-j hsrvs that the .ha.;'..-?., of the fruit was] changed through budding. BOILER EXPLOSION KILLS FOUR i Barge Canal Employes Boiled Alive on Seneca River Section. Auburn, n T., N"?' M ?Tour men -an engineer, sa ollei sad t?aro Bw<sdish d?eck hatiiis -employed i... s< -.?i Bi tthara, .-anal ? ? nutra? toi s near ?JYaa Brirlgc on the nan tot RJvai ppeti.f the i.atg. ranal, weta boiled SllVI earl- this mol ulng, WhUfl a ".'?? ? t >? ? 11*- * . iploded and '???> ei ? ?l them with Henh* Tin Swedes bad gone Into the little *>? ?? i - ? i i.?mi. picsiiinahi? i?? wann themaelvea, and Wei?-, with the eilgtneai and oiler,1 S SlCOP V. h? II fl ?U4 -U'hl'lih bum In thej l.lg I???,1er, and th? Httle room was tllhd with live st.am. Tin ? ?_rro?pOd tli.it w r t., ti,.- un:.- .i...rsa,\, where they fought f,,, a f.-w -. . ..??I*, t'. I!? t OUt. W ,, : steam bad wl>?stled ?sutBriantlj <,, enable feiiow-woikm?ii t?> drag ti" boaJes .??.., n..m ti.? ?i.."? *ii\ i*" u lead ' id tl ..tu. i two dk d m a fan minute?. FIVE HOSPITALS INCORPORATED. 'ih. .?'lija i.o.ii'l of Charities met in the United CypttUin Building ?/raterda? ?.nd granted . . i m?, aie ,.f m. ..ri.,.. to The i .s Hosi?lta1, ih? lull?, ran Ho pits I ,,( Manhattan, the Bethtl Hwedtah UsthoUlat At the Game to-morrow ! You may shake with excite? ment, but don't shiver with the cold M o t o r coats some with belted backs; many with a , ?lever collar which tits close to the neck or lays down in tin usual ?lapels. Even if you haven't a car you'll like these coats for the extra roominess ? smart foi? st reet wear, too. Every other good type of warm woolen overcoat. Fur coats, Knitted waistcoats. Highland capes and steamer rugs for the ladies. Soft hats. Fleece lined boots to keep your tootsies warm. Flasks. R v e r y t h i n jl* for grand standees. * * Perhaps you play yourself football: ?*?"olf; tennis' We've everything to help. Sporting ?Goods at all stores. RtxjERs Pket & Company, ? Three Broadway Stores at at at Warren St 13th St. 34th Sl Kplacopal Home, Brooklyn, and the .Siher ? ? ?? ? i lome, Brookl) n MARINE INTELLIGENCE. KINIATURK ALMANAC. ?; t" -?n t.^. ? in. moon ri ,.. ..n . -,-<. ?_-.-, HIGH WATER A M .-, ?>l 1 M i:ST -, Ml ; io WIRELESS REPORTS. let ?f in mile? ?a?? of -an?! Hook .?? 2:30 p m )?nterdi II ? i| !.. ,|>>. V. I'll? ?i^re, ,. 1 ? ru; mili of i-ami? HOiT* nt .'? p. Ill |c ev ? i. ie?j t?, Jo, k hlunda: forenoon Th?-- Kursk, raportM an I.O00 mil?.? t-ant nf Sai-.l?. li???,i ,t H :'.'? ? tp?, tod noon INCOMING STEAMERS. TO -DAT. \ ?????'. I mm t.in?. ?'I ?. mi?. . . Uvar).|, \ . i| I'unaid ! ?Ceitl? Llveipool, \? v 0 v\ h. *K ? - i., ... '? ei? ? i uz, Ni,\ ',? w ard ? Korot ? It Th? i (Co 12 Quei>?<c ? 'amasuaj . ! ? ??? f> . w ar-i i -n, p.?-.?? ?.,- iiton, *? "? n. m i lory, . ' ? ? liC HI ?? -....' ' it -,, , .iriii.i).' ?ATURDA! NOVEMBER IS. ' i . -, n. ?? i ?.. i v.. 11 -. in ... ? i Du? ad'AoiU Saplei Ni T.li ilian Havre. Nov 4 Wtxi \iin rla, Soi 4 Si NDAT, N??\ EMBER II (oui I?.? r.pton V". II . \ni, r ?I'r'ii/. Sir;-, ! 11 Han '? 'a Ifurnl? ? II ??tow , N'ov 11.. \ i:???ii.n. < i 'i. io. No* II. ..French ?i? i ?nia lloi i? Ka 13 ... Fahrt m?-..i.. Kur?'. M- m No? ?'? Rtualan C of .-?a an nah.. Savannah, Se n. A? annal) Santiag-. Jackaonvlll? N',??. IS .Clyda | ?Briaga mall OUTGOING STEAMERS. i O DAT. Mi..I Vaoaat Far. Lit a. EJ0***?" i . is no m VieiiHi?- ia \ iwiu. Ward i I \. lerlai lei II?: ll.RDW I I Vi n.iiii. 'i ainpl ?? v\-.i t. ... A. i I? i , . Ill? . ?Ule i ii,n\i. \<>\ !M.;i:r. I? p Grant, Baa b ira ir \ ??:?'?" ?? m !? .-t Paul, Bouthnmpton Amei 0:00a m 'a i . .i 12 i rt ia, M- n,?i h, R M H F * "" ? m i" . . San luan, N VA P it HM h m 12 ?-. . m 'H. ., M, i ? ., ii, ?h i?. ,i,i ... ? I) le 10:?? i? m i I- I. H, 1,111? J m n ... il v n "?' e ?,i 2 ??. ?ana Itorinuda, per AI H ?" ?? ?'? 2 . a, ("ii-i?,i.?i I'.? ? ' i *??? ?? m -'l VI ?'ill, ?, i. lilaaco? "" ? ... ', :? Rl?,?. In? , M., loi |i r ,,( lluntsoi Ml ?M? \ ?. NO> KMBKR 2 1,4 ll i- i?" ?fl ?.,, |;|i\\ I 11 :??? a : Hal") - I i ?HI',. "?? I? III ?HI |. Ml ?00 |. in ?Ml Ml '??> 1? '11 , ,, . ,,, .:?? a m ??I 111 -00 a m im in on i? mi HO i? m ;??. p in ?m p in :<?o i? m ???I I? Ml HI? ., in ??I p 1,1 ?HI III Ml |, 1,| ?HI |. Ml l?l |l III '?I |? Ml ?H? ?. m :?? i? TRANSPACIFIC MAILS. ii--... aaSsMssKM Cleam Is M H i M. r? II M.,!,! ?Mai ?via S-n I ran il UarlpoM i?, ?i. Hawaii, .lit?!, t'oroa ?'M"*. I'liHh? # I I r !? ? ??? ] Maru '?' tay, A 30\ i amia, No? ?aslemtJ. Km Not Hi. (I .'in Hawaii ivl? -an ?Trat. Ilarrs -No?, '.'o. n so Jai??..! . ,?~a. ? h Ina, Phlllppliwa c?a it nil? i ? anada Maru , N?i '-?o. ?'.30 It,? ?all. FIJI I ? ?" '?" ,l"'" Una .' ?alan i ?Vuai ?i ?J l*?*s ^l loria | Ma ram i Sat -' ?'? ;,? ?Hawaii lasan Cmrem, Phlllpplnei liia uaa Ft i? ? ?" Vertut -No- Si ? 10 James McCreery & Co. 23rd Street 34th Stretr' WOMEN'S SUIT DEFTS. In Both Storet On Friday, November the 17th Showing of u immber of Handsome Afternoon and Evening Gown?, suitable for Horse Show or Opera wear. A ho Three-pieee models at greatly reduced prices. Attractive collection of Tailored Suits, including Velvet and a variety of the latest fabrics. 65.00 to MOO ioriiLT iirl? e ?DO?) to I ft ?Kl 23rd Street 34th Street AMUSEMENTS. AMUSEMENTS. >>t!i.\v.,':;d-4itii. D,lyMta.3,BaetSse*s9l ?'? t, ARO? Ml THE tVORI.II NEXT Si'M'A-i NIOHT (Heata on Hal?"? grand poim/lar operati?; program Alli-e Nielxen. l.'n-n (Hit/ka. l'uni Morena?. <??.;ir >rai(le und ld.li.-ri SpaldillK. I:. H; mphonj < trrheal ?.? Popula ? Pi MANHATTAN Opera Houae. :'.Hh A ??th Av?. i.aet :i \\k- K? ISharp. T*m'w .". Wed.2Sharp S SOTHERrf Vii.v MARLOWE in shak?-?i" .?rr:)I1 Repertoire Prlcesttc II JO To Bight, "M ?? )?? 11 - ? iai ?and a\g\ t. iianii-t.'' Neil Week; Mon. and Tuaa JCvga., "Taming ol lh? Kh?rew"; w.?i Mat., Ham? let": ^ r?i "is'' **Aa Y'?n Like It"; Thura. nifrtit. '? i i night, "Romeo ??nil Juliet": 8*1 Mai "Tha Merchant of Vonlce"; s.,1. night, ? Twelfth Nia DALY'S, B'! i ?"? ?va.? 1,1. I.aat Mat.Tmw. ?LAST :: TIM KM. -" SIMONE ta-JK.7KHW KSWRL?1 VIOLA ALLEN With Henry Kolkerand Kiceptlonal fompani "Ihr l.ady of ( oventrv." a e. playhouse::; !;(|;;;; :: "; ,M,: bought and paid for William Colllefa COMEDY, Hal . E of I i'i'.-:-B?HT? PULLS THE STRINGS WINTER GARDEN B -, ay J vviii ?, ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Thon? 4U Cd I OPENING MON., NOV. 20 "VERA VI0LETT?M With <;al? Deelyt und ih? \|o?t Wond#rfai| >lar t i?i Y.ter Ore anir?)>d. Ticket! | ? ?><? .-ftnir.f??! Msslae Elllott'a lh.. ?;:?. b" B'>ftdAv. B?.t3 I.AHT ?'? TIMM **i^Via?lIi- ?Morklan Monda.?. N?>?. '.'?> Mala -, . THE IRISH PLAYER8 Klrat pan of ?week. "The - - ? ? r>t gg 0l< n. ' "Bit thrli ' ' >rkh?>_? Ward Thun and balan?a ,,t n-eeit, ?Showing I'p of ni-'t? ?? Poanet" aad ? TlUI We i of ih, Ml . - ? IKIN'O, - M . !" THE KISS WILTZl BROADWAY rh< i Hat St. S Bl t ? ? ? ?; ,r,i,,'h THE tiUn hones is .41)111 HT. OI,:?7v THE MILLION la lleml.l >q.. R Lew Kleid.'Mu Jfc, W?fe HUlltarS' * *"** Kv?i.TS M ? -v? 51, T,,.m? ?.? lilt . !2d.W All Tl t araa. Mx.To-n' Hi? Tbfl Drams Players, ?,,?.??, ,.?,,?.? \\ K-T KM). I oui??. (,?inning in " ? ' NEXT WEEK.OVER M?;HT Ihr Hth Monder of the World. THE BHROEIV PCBITIICV ???".- rl? ?Kn?l*?ih \ - <* UCniUnl >? Thestre) Tel ??.??i ?-oi. E' c? a Sharp. Mit? Wed :?nd Sat I ?harp. Heat? ..m Sal? to Dec !W price? ."??> to ?jr.o Ufii I spiffo tVwsj A ?loth st ??vea 8 -.'?? If ALLHUtt ?9 Mat. v,, ,i md Sst., fkaeOObBl ARLIHH la UISKAKLl ??Tiliininii im author and a lot " Eva Sum. ''-" OflUlll Theatre. B'wsj * 43 St. m. iiunnn ut? t m's .?. w*?d s is Th? strlcsla IK.I III.? COHAN psny m the ?? of All . '..li ,m Su? reese? THE I.ITTI.F. MILLIONAIRE. s?a-s xos for Thsnkjglv'f Day Mat ICTftO '?*'' Eves. S IS Mst AolUn J:IB Wed Msu.. 5Oc.-ll.50. This mualesl.n iiighlng dlnioendi i: \\ mom? nee Muai? al Play, THE KKI? \\ mow. :- ?la lellins ank?_rlvlne i??v Matin.'?, DCl aeon I?''' W ? neat "Tway. Eva s Ig OtLAOtU - ?., and Sat.. 2 IX r? win BKI. isi'o pi-esent? l>\\ lit WARF1ELD >?"?? ?<?'"<-"i HITCHCOCK I'KIKK OKI MM. ?"treat. Rve 8:: Ma's. W..1 and Sa I , .' ?0 DAVID BELA? E OCQIIQI IP **?'-?'" I'-''1 Street. Eve 1:20 nCrUDLIw MslS Wed and Bal . 2 20. THE WOMAN UVIENOORFmV,,*-.;'' si NDA1 NIGHTS? S SO. Priera |l "?". ''MILAN & ITALIAN LAKES/' METROPOLITAN ?SS?-S 1,1-niKhi ?it 1:41?TriaAaa ami Isolde. Mmes, Fremstsd, Matsenas r; MM. Burrls'n, Well (debut), Wlthsispo*?, Klnsbsw, Re Isa, Murphy. ? roacanlal ???it. Mat. ai J IS Flrsl Tni!. In Vmerles, I ohetanr. Mm* Gsd?kl; MM. Jsdtowksr, With-I erspooD.Hinahaw.Ruvadael Murph) Cond.Herts, i *?ito. Erg., ? 30 Popular 1'rlce Concert. Th? Eminent Rueslsn 7 I iVI l-t A I KT i i i. ? \; /-IlTll_>/*-\L.I.J I Mm?, rremntsd, .Mr. Amalo. Entlr? Metropolitan Orch. ("on?}., Pasternack. Next Week: Mon, l-'.r. St 1:18 Madama BntlerfH. Mme? I urn. FomlS; MM Merlin. | ??? Bad? Kudl?lo. Cond.. Toacsnlnl. Wed. Svg. ? ? S l'an?!. Mmes. Farrar Msu hr.li!-. Mi ftl MM. Isdlowker, Olli; . r... i I'lllir?. Kttg. ' ; :n .Ilerriaemm? rims Gsdekt, Mstiensuer. Fornis, Alten, Wlrk hani. H|>arkes; MM Burrisn, well, QrUwold, ???.nil Herta I ri. tag. ?I ? ('nviillerhi Rn?ll, ans and I'.'iRliai ?*1. Mnic? Deattnn, M ten, Maubourg, II mm . ? ? oso, Martin .- ???? I, Ollly, l'on?!., si-. II \ RDM \N PI \ (CO L'SED PHILHfiRMONIC -S.Mlelv of New , nrU?? ^*\0W ' At*? JOflBF STBANSKY, (ondtntor ?**??--?. f I \R\ll.li: IIAI.I.. \ llll- \l I 1 ?UMHIN M ?..;<>. gololll ?ME. GAMKI. Fi a nek s? rap i ? rnin . u tb? Warner Tristan Mebc-stod Ov. Tannh:ui?:or 90c, to 12, Mat i...ii'.oi! Charltoii. FtrBl Brook 1 n ' on? ?rt Runda Mtrrnoon. Guam, rivllni Ine? <\la San Frac - X S t:?n?port.No* M ?V30 SHIPPING NEWS Port of New York. Thursday. Novem ber 16, 1911. VKKIV BD i hlladelphis, I. ? ? ? ? ember 4. fe. t . ? at?.:1.' 7. ? "ursi nl in 11, to I'?.?Kit a- ?... .\iili 12 mail? and i ? ? ?;..?. Stesmet ttlea ?Br)c Huelvs Octobei 28 to Bo? i Ing .\ ?'? . ??. It . ? ?pi -*i on Arrl ed 1 I ;?? a ?.i Stea ???m md l'h? Sov? mber ?? and ?. ????.-, 9, t ? .''?4 ?'? | ' * - ? ? | I ? .? Oetnt? . er 14. to Norj I it i ? ., m. ! 11 ?an), ? 'openh .. ? i ' run. h, ? ,<. ?'.>. with ISO ? ?bl and 2*13 ?tcerafe i*?? - .. ? im. Bsi at n ?"??'. 15th ? '<?? Trsbbo? lyres < ?? lober 4. perna - 7. to Barber \ ? ... ? ?n? md? ti . Bat ?' 7 a in i. r.. mi,i.la Noi ember 11 to tend? - - Ith t'.'j pa - ?II? Bod .. in. ? N..i thi in I'acx ? ?. ? to A II Bull a Co. I'i Han i ?. ? i . foi New Haven Psased In '.' ?si ? at '.? 03 . Stesnn im III?? \ i ? mber II. to the s..n? hern Ps? Ifli ?"o, \?.? m-dse I '. Bed In litara ? Ktesniet ?tanta Harta iltri ?tanta Ma vernier 7. Colon '.? and KIhk-i.hi It. t.. ?'.?? united Pi .?n . ... ? Ith 31 . mdas. v I ..i Ih Bsi a? t'? I', a .ii si. .mi. r Daphm ??? ? Ion, N ??. No It?, t?i the \\.' i In lia Ha Co, rrltb : its hi .rrl ! ..? . ? r i- ?,? i |. m inei Hsml. N wpori Nrwa and Nnrfnlk. ? ?. s? ? ". ?Uli i ? ? I i '_ 20 i> m St.Miii." RI M ? i.il'-r II, to ih- s...m,.m in Id,? i'... >?itii m.:- Pat Hand) Hook a? 4 1.1 ?? m st. ....-i M ? . i:. ?. i.i..-.t S?v ...n?... ti ? ..i.natown 12 ?.. the Cunard I.In. , ?nth p ? ids, . s.iiii h ? 1:11 | s. , . ? Un rol i ?? kseni III. No? i n asd 't. ?i. ?t..?? ti lo tii?? I'lyde s? ? ,,. sltb i.? .. M - I PS? . .... .(HI ill . ,ier Pel Is Rl? ... Bsll Imon . ??. Ilu i... mi ? It ?n m ? portal Ion ? .., \? Ith ? m th? I? -. ;? m ??I < ??r Am t . . i. innel l.lshiahlp ai l? 16 i. in. Hsiid H? ??? N J. No? IS S ??? p m \\ lad n .i 11 -. - IA11 ED - llftoa ? Bi .. Monta i ? \.i*..i Pori in?!1? Memas lista Baltimore Mslderskln iNor?, I ??? it i. Imito] ("rewa ,,f \ ,. iri? n Perth vint... i,. Brstasa? .i . ii .. Barba? oaaa ? ?, > ?. P Ma Ball Im. M? it? b, Havana ; i>a ? ? ? - ? ?-n.?, in Me? Ico; Almirante iBi Kim rORKf LEADING Till XTKM. EMPIRE* JOHN DREW THE Q?-KER E?RL W? (1 ,*? I' ?Weeka In ? i? . corned > ?(iri-eta ^^^____^.?* tIM'l K ?lt\. LYCEUM ' ' ?""" * 1-""" LIW.WIR Mil J 111 W?ek* MISS BILLIE BBHEJ? ? i> Miaa But I Eve SBI niQS umbiia ?ir-l?. ? Ann F.-. ? 15. 3|ata.*rm'w A W, ,1 '.' 10 \? It h LISTON _ T* \ W F? > UP. UIIIKnW "-"* n ,N "? K One of I '! i?t.i?j HELEN WARE the price nflnnlO itale.To-m*ii ?Th?? |:1~f B03E 5TIHL 3,;,,,,: KHlUKtRBQCKEri , '???Iren Wall/ Inlnii? ?it.-?." ?.lat 1'??* donald ;, i 'the brian v?. siren ?'aat al i"" with inn? dand??fa? Framt I WtllWeet.KllcabrthFlrth ?,'.?' ADITCQinU '' " ' MthSl UnllCnlUn ' ?* Wed -IV "That nr?<? i la human A humors :- plajr." PASSERS-BY NEW IKSTEItD'M ?X*.,! .^.._ *. Vr??,?.-'. Mnai<*s1 fomed De ?.ma trit PINK LADY 0\??ri?lo? gotivanlr In K?-rn'iie B-tautifyina, t'aaa rontainlns Hepne ? Fa - LIBERTY ,: rH DUSTIN & WILLIAM FARNUM THE LITTLEST REBEL t* a it*TV * Thomas A. Wise & ?-To John Barrymon UNCLE SAM H, kl V '1 k V i KITTY GORDON THEENCH ANTRESS J3EW?*jtft'Sr? , .. :? THE WIFE DECIDES 'i: ?ii ?? ni r De i *? '?'? ULI. DC Mil ? I S -?I 2:1?| THE THREE ROMEOS '.?. ? ternif. ',', r?-k< |n Ad ( urnrgie luciim. ID VU'H? * '?*'? il v \?. RE? 'IT \ t. b MISrt MONICA DAI LEY 11.00 il Si .?i Mg i I ' "?' i MINK.II. HAI I. lo ? morrow, ?at %ft . "J:S*. DE PAC H ?WANN tu < ?*<? Ms? Han Pean ?' Ro? ""? * "'"' tn ?*_ HORSE SHOW a Box Offlre ! ' --".'/A ilARDKN \'?1V\ ,?i'?.' ? .' v M ""'" ?ri I- m m, , tale of i -"'" J* -a ? ntire -.?.-? k of fe? Kenertr* ?ient?, for tin ?ingli* |Vrf??rni:?n? e__, <|i\ HI?**T0R1 ill B ??MASQUE OF CITIES" Mill I I I'I \ / I. , ,. \ > ir asi i? KIMCMACOLOR B ""'.' Ev.Eve I:SO. I Y'.'Za I omnlete < i.rnoatlnn In 1 ?ia?a HtMMKKSTKIN'-* Mclntyi ? H'*,h\J?1_? I'd .-: Eva ?;:.? |1 ard .?. Howard. ? hart? I? ??. M. ? . *'" ,C3 ininrMV ?"?' *<? **'' fsr. liiKi <?i IHr: AuAUtMT ?????"*N *?'t*,T nOLONIAL ??,.,,,. tAaemmj A SkrbtMjt **l)'h M..I .".?..? ? .... The I'oll.e ln?l"<"? ??' AIUAMOD*. Wllllsn? ??art ? M?ie< f* LHAMBKA ,?,,. -ii,, ?.?eat Amamw III, Mai. ... lion." Win Wll??* o"***"* ?TH AVc. . \\ i i lia ma- ?l?OM >..? Madia??;, \?,?r..iw a>.?i V ''. t-.?-?*: ?nd N??<i">'t ??'*? Atlanta H*i nnah STEAMERS AT FOREIGN PORTS tlUlIVKD ... v*o*? NaphTso i?? .?*>? v?? -* ''*?*"? ?*-** <i ,i,i, ?, Tora ... '*!""*;'-?"? V " 1' n, \.? T?*"* via H I Uent Koma " , |?. , s?? yorh via l'or? Natal. SAII.KI?. , ..,?,? n,? ia s;? n ..;.-'*?;?;;"; '^ ifrom s-"-'?i.i'ni?"" ??'},t ( '??,|*"?u,? ' l?u,l:",'\,, IS Mlnneapolla ?W? Kew Ta* 1...I..-I. ?t? ?. Ne-a Tort. T,vlt ?,, (from ???'? ??olon < ; i?1*'m"'"r' '?;,?," s** ,!,,,, r lad? ii-iu.i. ?Restes *"" |?-?y*X?i I" ?'' ""-i"'"" iMrl. Sem tara PJfJSKD j Olbrsltar.' Wg II ",h? ?**>? *v,w ' . Sa?"% . , , ampin, (t**-??.!*? ?" ??..??k I." ?ih'-'U?