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THIS PICTURE SHOWS THE STRIKING CONTRAST BETWEEN UNITED STATES AND MEXICAN TROOPS.
On the left a company of infantry at Fort Tot ten standing at attention. On the right Mexican soldiers camping in the street. ARGENTINE OPINION SIDES WITH MEXICO Press of Buenos Ayres Unanimous ?n Disapproval of U. S. Attitude. FEARS PROTFXTORATE ON THK CUBAN PLAN Brazilian Newspaper Says Soiith American Diplomacy Ought to AttempHo Avert Struggle. Buenos Ayr??. Ar-rA H -The preao of Buenos Ayns is unanimous in Its exprea slon of dlsap] roval of the attitude of the I'nited ?States toward Mexico, "lot Na? ci?n" In ;ni ?..itori.il t" ? Tiaalilaul W ika Huerta resign, ail ^ itlonlsts were count lag on th. .?????:;..a!.y o' tlu? Whit?' H Ma WtmM ? ? ? tin I Ol Huerta in the Tampion affair. The quick action of the Unite.] states sbowa the tbey h:i<i Intended to hater* ene. W< of the fact that the Inddeni springs from a Btato of affaira la which tue lnt< ar.d independen. ? of Mexli 0 are at .?take. The racmoo' of this ? ill live In the history of the rel Uona betweea tie United states and Latin America." "president Wlleon'i iteeoage to Con* gress doe? no! -? ? n to oa I be a meanafi of ?t?te," declareo "Le Pi ?aaa." "Th? plan to overthrow Huerta la order to in stal a revolutionary general la his place would signify official part allty f"- I ? part of the United Btatea without bringing abo'it the pedflcati in of the country. Tha military action by the Unit? aims at Mexico and not at HuOl "We fear a repetition In Mexico of th* protectora;? I I the I'nited States has created in Cut.a. Mediation 1 . the European powers would now be op? portune. The policy of the United Stataa will reviva th? iti tal i f Latin America. International law an DltM Dee? Mna do ? ??'. . or the ariaMlelinunt of a i te at tha tearing down or setting up of govern? ment?-." Rio da ?' lie Funeral a- ? de of th? nelro on the situ?t ' i.ite.l ?tal ' a of j Uii it etui ..f the ? that a pea i - tton of tho difilculty may yet be ',? ind. "if the i es not aetuelly intend eeaqueet, as we wish to believe." saye the "Qesote da NoUctae," "the oc? cupation of Vira Crus will ha*/0 a salu- ' tsry effet In maklna Mexico united again, if Pr?sidant Wilson knows how to wait watchfully It will he posslhle to open negotiation?, and the M- xlcan ques? tion then will enter Its lli.al phase." The "A Not!? la" considers the situation a gaoel grave one. it fears that tha Catted Btatea will te overtaken by ?venta and find Itself in en ambiguous position toward th?- netloaa of tha a The ?? COtfi 0 ' >i. ikes an ap? peal t.> tha good ofioea of diplomacy for the Ketti?-rr.> ni of the ti "Th? still time to stop Hi?' Peril." It saye. "The ohaaoeOorieo * I il and South America lave BO right to remain In? active toward t ? lisaeter which threatens. They 0 Ig! I I I attempt to avert this uneven sti GRAFT INVESTIGATOR b STABBED IN STREET F Man Who Helped Probe Lodging House Case Is Attacked by Band?One Arrested. Charlea Day, an under William U WI ting la of ooadlllona a? tl House a few weeha - Iba third vic? tim of thuga ah aa iout their Jaba Day wa at ? ? ai 1 : ? a t I : r 11 ;?_ was walking from th? i hom" at M V. *?? ? ? ? . Injured. \>ty had ha ?*?-. ?- ? Although he had a rovo?? ,. k.i he had no time to draw i; ? .?own under the Mab thrusts of hi? Aa they ran at on, of the '.'entrai Offl/-?-. um?- ??.???.?? ha roootved i T! e Ir|J .," | | started oa a at ' thugs. Ha arrested .? Bart I two, and Hvlr.jc h hi? arrival. I ?a y eouM BOl ! -.riaor.er, I. 11 i ? ?. A\ ???? was on? of tha Invoetlgator'a *_*saiiurus and ?hat his arrest wo lid lead to thera Woman Tries Suicido at 81. Mi? Anide Hit? i old, who i ? ,1 Park '??". ? ?I 'I v. pita!. The aubmenlon and shock wl prove fatal, a?ccordlng to the hospit, ? gave ? ?- ' POLICEWOMAN IN BAYONNI Girl Gets Power with Rest o Playground Commission. 1 .'?> Mayor Albrrt Ijaly ];? ? word Bayonne, N*. J.. is to have a polioi woman. The appointment came about i this way. Several da>.s ago the Pia) ?rounds Commission asked the Mayor i ina;<e them apecial offleen so they coul lav- poli ce lowers in enforcing regula lions at the? playgrounds. -Mayor Dal : romised tO do :-o If they WOUld BOnd th namee of tli?? commission to him. The last name on tin* list, as he re oehred it. was it. McAdle Tl ? stands for Kuth. but the Mayor dldn' know it. and appointed the M? Adle per son. li? said yesterday thai he dl In' know he was namlnrr a woman to per form police powers, hut as lon*r as th appointment had ^o'ie through t i ).. .1 atand on it. Miss McAdle Is only twenty-three >ear old siu> is secntary of the v\n fgroun? Cornrnlsskm. Her father, John McAdle is president of the BayOMM Hoard o Health. DOUBTS WIFE MAY BE KIDNAPPED Court Intimates He'll Not Restrain He; Father on Son?in?Law's Charge. J'rstl'-e Lehman Intim?t? d yesterday, af? ter hearing arpument. thai I ? would not prant th? injunction requested by Herbert Haber to restrain Adrian H, Mailer, father I?: , Mrs. HoninlS M Hu? i er, from Interfering with the couple. H was chargea that M?ller bad threatened to have hla daughter kldna] The tour.le wer? man led In Maryland last January The bride wi-s only ae*ns teen years old, the ape of consent In Maryland beim* sixteen. The fatln r wan opposed to the marriage, and w-hen his ter returned to New York had h? r detained in the home of the Kill's aunt. However, Mi Huber njoined her hus? band. Kn.ce then 11'.l'-r has been Indicted I Auction. 1 for Hiber told Justice Lehman that M?ller had tried to bribe an em? I a hotel where the couple wen living to lure ighter into an auto? and H"t her away from her hUS I and. Jusl ce !.. hman did t ol think ;:?:?? '. ? danger of kidnapping, that in order to obtain an Injun - lion :t wan necessary to show that there was aome danger of an ?i'-t being consum? mated. Muller sought to have himself snbstl trite] for Huber as guarHan ad litem for his dauKhter. Justice Lehman refused to entertain this motion, but Intimated th.tt ho might appoint a neutral party. MOOSE CHAIRMAN BACK FROM EUROPE Robinson Learns of Sentiment for Roosevelt?To Call Meet? ing Soon. Laa Robinson, ?hairman of the FTogrcs.-dve Stat? Committee, Who returnted fro-n Kurope on the Mauritania yesterday, said he would call a meeting ol tt.?i committee within a few days. The date has not been s?r>d, but. the meeting .; ? ?,:>? be held in Albany. The discussion win be on the attitude that the party will take "n nominations this fall. The great question to be settled xviii bo whether preosun ahall be brought to bear on Colonel Itoooovalt to lead the party a? its candiiiate for Governor? Mr. Robinson would rut say what !n? vtewa on the aubj? t wen. "1 bava re! mod." ho said, "and am not familiar with conditions, i am told, h iwever tint then is e lirowmg sentiment that ? ? . ' .m to run." When lie left her?-, two months aim. Mi Robinson asid, ho had expect?, i te thn colonel at the wedding of his son K? r ktadrld Th'- ?late for the m:ir r? ne as not been set ret, owing to the the lonel in South Amei t it beard from the i OionOl in r i ??-.', "and do not know an;, one else who i.;.- T; to 1 that he la coming directly 1 ? ? 1 it el that 1 a : not NORSE TO AID SUFFRAGE League Will Meet to Boost Women's Political Union. '.'???.'? ffra, ?? ii a sue "7 ~i oi k will hohl a i. :ik m the Parkway ? " Ninth a\ e , Hi.KiU . rnli . i i? 16 o'clock Tl..- ? ill tlie Work ol Women ? Politics] Union ir. the Itb Sen? ate District, "i v. blch Mi a Gudi un an-Dreween l? chairman, Tim ? ' -row- evening will !?? | .kalai nd. I'll I?., ih? R. . vi o w !!| tell how wnm Call for nl.i, and I'ro nlth . r.ii m,mi.era fiom (?tien and other ? omposera will bi si i n dui in? Ing i i n ? ?r ? opi ano, Mrs ?r? d?ri? ?. da Jahn, i lantsl Ri anta will be aervod. Mi ? i.\ i pr?sidant of tit? learn??, will pr? GIRL KILLS FIANCE DURING QUARREL Shoots Suitor Through Heart ?First Bullet Proves Fatal. MYSTERY SURROUNDS CAUSE OF TRAGEDY Affair Occurs in Brooklyn Dwell? ing?Prisoner Refuses to Talk. During a quarrel Henrietta Halperen, who h:is a candy atora at toi Bllery at.. Brooklyn, ?-eized a revolver and shot her tiance, losaph Anilina, through the heart. killing him, at i?:1j o'< lock this morning. Anilina, who va- tM eniy-t'our yeara Old, lived m ati apartment over Mss iial ;??? i atore. He visited her last even? ing, and tha quarrel arose Just aa thoy were aa] Ing good nicht. The couple were alrns together In a room at tha roar of tha candy atora Th. ir voices were heard In a quarrel and tht-n followed the report of four ahota The Brot bullet penetrated Anilina'? heart The other three wert arild m tha man fell d? ad at tha glrl'a feet. Patrolman BheefTer, who was half a block away, beard the dring and ran to the atora He tha back room in tima to natch Misa Halperen aa sha ?-ank awoonlng act*?, aa th? tabli Bhaeffer put tha girl ander an-m and sent in a hurry call frir an ambulance Dr, Wang, of Wllllamsborg Hospital, who ?responded, i Id tha man had boon in stani ?' ?-? led Misa Halperen, who la twenty-seven yeara old, was locked up ;,t the Vernon a\.-. station, charged with homicide. Bha would aaj nothing, but appeared greatly v. atressed. TI i pi lice wore unable to learn what had been tha causa of th. ? roL The couple had ?been engaged a?rerai yean, and nelghbora Bay they never had b? ..m ni. .h quai rel before. Aniline, they aay, appeared to bo de? voted to Miea Hal] er n, but wan ol a Jealous disposition. VANDERBILT GETS LEAVE OF ABSENCE Request to Go Outside State Granted oh His Promise to Return Monday. Cornelius Vanderhilt, who in inspector general in the national guard, attached to the Ptaff of Major General O'Kyan. re? port, il ut headquarters yesterday and r* quested permission to leave the ntate over night. Orders were given MUM days ago for all offlcers t.. remain Inside the boundaries Ol the commonwealth, l'er :? . ik>n waa granted to Mr. VanderbUt tu go away, provided h>- returned on Monday. Th? ? .!?? on Btatea II land which is fa Vored b) regular army ofll.-era for the mobilization of the militia, belonged to an am k of the In ?.. ? tor K'-mTai. Af-k.'i .! be Was ready to go out with too troops iii casa they wore ordered to tie front, he replied: "i am ready to leave as Soon as ordered." WEAKNESS ACUTE ON EUROPEAN MARKETS End of Cheap Money Period Ap? prehended?Berlin Boerse in State of Panic. I '????? (Sal la la 1 ha Tribea? l ai i:i | Although the Meal? can aituatlon does not involve that awful huKbear of the Stock Hxrhange, "fear of European complications," the woakneea th..t seised the market? yesterday was ...s any of the v,-ur shoeka I ha*/i dnad during recent yeara The fact ;-. that 01 at aa tha In? ? of the world'... rnoi ??> mai? nets and si tha centra of them all i-onUon I- ausceptibla to even the remotes! I fluence. To .rive an example: Il had been hop thai the Continental demand foi go ? In the ordinary way hai lo rn-rt by this country, could be ahlfted New rork, as rnomentary eondltio ??erne,! to be favorable | , g\ , but in the face of the Mexio trouble, says "The Dally Mall," \? Vork may not be able to part wiih I gold, In which case the burd ri will I ? ? ? . back to London. That v ou mean the end of cheap money, the lea. Ing factor on which rwoenl hones for revival in the Btock Exchange we b.< aed [i:. Cabla to The Ti Ibaae ! Berlin, April 2&.?A remarkable can pain is being atarted in certain Germs against the American governmei With regard to the larter's attitude o .m.'M'o. The rabidest section of the Bei ;?n presa publishes lengthy Ironical con menta In which President wi'son s pon? la abai ply cet aured. The Berlin Boerse tins been in a ata! of panic, ?di ahana without excoptlo falling heavily on the newa from M? a (?ztraordlnary rumors xx^re circulate bare t., das In 'be cone? ?? .1 di Ive mad t th? n rket One said that M< can wert attacking Texaa and an..the thsl IhS Japanese fleot bad 1? ft for th i m i Honolulu. P i? es mille a. little from the worst on the nporto dialnclli stlon of Villa to lipht An erica troop" SHOWS THE WAT TO SUNDAY BASEBALL Police Commissioner Says Game May Go on if Quiet and No Admission Is Charged. Folice Commleeloner Woo?a threatens t? ? popular ??? ' en In Sondas basfball when ?he full Import of I ment of yesterda; becomn -?? nenlly known In reply (.. n.r-riy !;, ;;l.-les a:; t? xvh.it would be permitted In the way of bas. ball on E "i am advli .1 thst the penal law, as in? terpnted by the courta pnvtrnts basebol p'aylng os 1a s commerdal prop? osition or when the peac? of the d dietuibed. [f no n f 1 a la charg? d, either dlrectl) or Indirectly, and if the peace of the day la nol dial irbed then is n., It w agalnsl plai Ins ball on Sunday. ??Ti.? dlffli ull ? no? 1 In w ? ' 1 Ion with camea that arc on the border line. "The question la naked :. I 1 whether t la ?1 violation of the law to sell pro? Kr; ?nines or acor? ...r... to apectaton they lia* ? been sd nit ted a '? oro s. ..nd. if programmes or n on cards ar.: sold under tbeee clrcumstancea uithout undue Insistence and at the rang? ol pricea as Would be asked under similar conditions on u?> Maya the police are In? structed not to n ake arreste, but to tak??. evidence un to the exact facts ami present It to the <ourt." VILLA'S ARMY ON VERGE OF REVOLT Insists, Say Refugees. That Hi .loin Huerta in Fighting Against Aneric?os. " Telegr iph to Th' Trii une.1 Kl Taso, To?., April ?_'!.- Report! reached tha holder to-day through i refugee from Chihuahua that Penen? Viii.vs army la ready to revolt h.- consents to Join ti.e Huertlstoa it lighting against the Americans, it li .??a'.d \ Ilia's generals und colonels have been appealed to by men of the rebel army to use their influence to get Villa to join tie Huerta forces and that a Widespread revolt is threatened Should he continue to ?how friendlineea to Uta A met (??.?lie . Villa saya h* ?-?ill return to Chlhu to morrow. Ho continued to-day hia pro teetationa of friendehtp f<r the .merican peopl? and Insisted tl al ne had no Idea of seeking trouble with the I'nited 81 I He i : ny '.b at Torre?n and thai his lash lies fai to I ? south. But ? - ind ord anti do not put gieat conflden a In Vllla'a sincerity. They beard again U bis army was lmi'-ii nearei tha border, and Ameri? cans on the border fear Villa hag a ainlstei ? . . mo In trying to make the Americana b? ra feel at aa ? it- ? . it will bo necessary for Villa to return to Torre?n to hold hia army lii check and i. ?.?. t ha probsblj ? ; .. ? ? ariahea of bis mi n ? ? be s< > v how general Is the senti? ment ai at tl a Amei lean al tit ude. ? :ing the fhro tho i and M< Peden soldiers at Fort Bliss a m? and an Incenl ra to Mi alcana t<? t troubla hora 't lo osld to-nlghl that ap ii.-iv.. been made to Washington to haw. th>. Mexican prieonera .sent awes from tha border, it was said at i ort Bllaa that no ordera for their rci had been received, but it la believed hero thnt ateps already have been taken to them to ?lome interior poet where tboj may be less of s sou;., of trouble ami danger. 121 Paso continues to-night an ai I ! camp, prepared to suppress trouble with? in it.- boi,;. : ? which II M< clean population might wish to i ? - - ? wl itever ? . ? rebel fi in .'-lar. i might care to att? Refugees from pointa in ? U Itorj ?. .au in hurried Right to I uno train of refugees arrivi , to-night from Chihuahua, and on h came l?verai Am? ricana from Madera and Pearson, Chihuahua. Another tram la en route. and this morning twelve Amei came out on a regular train from Chihuahua. - _ -? -:--.-.- rag /. W. W. TIRADE ON WAR BRINGS VOLLEY OF APPLE CORES Anti-Militarist Bowled Over by Mob When He Hurls Epi? thets at President in Harangue in Wall St.?Police Rescue Warrior on War in Nick of Time. The I W, W. and r-o lallst sntl mili? tarists, who have been inveighing against war with Mexico, invaded Wall Street yesterday afternoon and narrowly ??-. caped mol Mng si the hands of a crc??<i of 3'*h angry psnona Only the timely arnval of the reserves BOVOd I/iuls Weltz, one of the speakers, from receiving rough ires tinsnt Wetz. "Ai' Torner snd M. ? >. Wohl man:: opened i meeting ? r Bri id snd Well ata . I ' "? look, and Welts took the platform snd ?a inched Into a Und il i ? ant M ? or pera Ittlng the i ? ?? : m .t-f to i ?? drawn Into \v ?? "Why \s tbe united Btstea butting 'a .low;' in Mexl? ? "' shouted Welts "We had a civil war In this tountry and none of the other countries Interfered. Who wants to"? At this point UM crowd thouted de? rlslvely . i;d BUrgad BgSinSl ?l:'> ap< knotkim- aim from his stand ^^'??:t.' r :? 'i bla bos and began to : again, bUl m a minute or two ' oni ?, more bowl"! over. MeSUWl ? ' .-? ? i d ' irtoiu ?/ -?? i irere being ' 1 al l.'ii: w. t/. :.'..i . <-..:.. d f? ; ? II? i protec? tion, snd )??' tenant Bheehan and flfteen reserves from tha Old Blip atation aur rounded him. There was older for g few minub s. and tie i . .... of t; ? crowd dO led to know if th- Intervention of the I'nited States In Cuba had not - thai country more happy and proeperoua ' i U answer the question and ail other queetlona if you-tools hut up." ha 'i i ought ?a ,-;! str. el was an ? ;?:.. ., bul l ?jos i ??' sa n." ? < rowd am ged I at v. sits ? Snd 1. ? ?.?. | .... | ked to !.. ? Bheehan then ordered him to on und he replied thai ha would ? after bs lad announced a meeting i h.i.i in Union .sanare tins afternoon. Banki d I y nie poll a, ha moi ad up ? srlUi Turner an i tVohlmann. E? ? ral bundred ? or ions fi ?lowed II t trio to Pi Intlng House Bquan them! Don t I : Un m gel an ? \; Pi Int ng Houi ??, B iuai a Hei ? : i lerman J. w :tt. loin, a i.. ? ? ;? ? Elroedway, entertained .< large ci >wd with a detato on war. Alexander Berkman win presida at s U g In Union Square .it : o'clock this afternoon. Tha alogaa of tha mooting la -w or on W srl" Bamuel Hartman who was arrested on Wednesday after uttering seditious san? tlnirnts In Printing House Square, waa found guilty ol dlsorderl) conduct rooter* inr by Maul trate ?-\imn-. in lh<- Tombs court* He us t i >> keep til?- psaea for three months fiARPET niEANSiMG Rl'OS ?.M? *?l I i I "<>li HiMIIIMi?!. i.ii.i?! lu Hi?- H'erid. I ?id dri-.li ii ifiim' ttpttleoto. THE THOS. J. STEWART CO. ?Twaj. sor. 4fliti "i., v v Phone ihimi Bpoat. I.rle. <??r. ,%tli St., .lert^y I Ht. I'lioiie -I44MI I ' Beginning Tuesday, April 28th, THE TRIBUNE will devote a full page of each issue to women's fashions and subjects of peculiar interest to the direc? tor of the home. Novel menus and their service, house decoration, effective needlework, etiquette, shopping news and many other subjects will be covered. This department, inaugurated as a service to our women readers, will be conducted with a view to at? taining the distinctive in tilings which are of interest to women and will be a departure from the ordinary woman's page published in the daily newspapers. REJECT I. W.W. WAR STRIKE Union Men Vote to Sustain Wil son in Protecting Flag. The -? ?? : ? . aa hiIve ? otnmittee >f the . 'entrai Federet? d LTni? n de red : ? against the t. w. v\ proposal for ;t atrike In prot? it again I th? ?? ?? | in faior of op?rai I con? I against Hu rta until Mexico was ted from the . urse of anarchy. Bo atrong was the pro-s ir \ . ? ? non i"'. of i B party, he I to withdraw hla li ritation to the union to a meeting at Carnegie Hall on Mon? day night, because he could not guaran? tee that the gathering w.u.id not de i uice th>^ war In Mi ? ? ? ?? all aa that i In Colorado. "We must sustain the action of the Presiden! in protiacting the fl c Chairman Jam?'- r. Holland. ,-. GUARDSMAN TO WED BEFORE CALL TO V/AR Carl Johnson, of 2d Signal Corps, and Fiancee Hasten to Ll censc Bureau. i . I ing a husband, Misa Mini a C B< yer, who ' I ii a part "f the pn i nt administration of city, has d? cidi d t! at ih? 'd rather ' ? hue! up! Not havii she baa taken stepa to obtain one, i yeaterda] aba led ? bashful guardsman to iity Hall and Introdu I to I " arr sga license clerk. Whan tin away t s m Ha?* ing rushed I that Carl - in, of the M ?Signal Corps, in Brooklyn >\ ill have h bride ? ,-? ti\, .used I the -lelay of gti -i admlnlatration ? ghttng i eloa thi ... He doesn'l n ml I ineea aa areethoeii while he is s^-.ing mi '. and while be beak* 1 ? ' rf?pei for the wi'.x of ti tnown se?orita So when Ca - nal flag on soma Me: ? - ty to his countrj v. sco though! ? bride he lefl ? ? | . . t I Schneider bai duty to the city will ? ited kg ? v..! v-, 11|.- si '"??" ? he'D set thick of the fi I "<r* H - ?amo of ? art loi noon on tl i rai ol .. hopa i he'ii coma I geh to hot ? nighl al tha ' ana of hia flanofle, M West 17th at. atas* . thing that, being Interpreted, I to m< ii thai It wa - Imoua . ?? ?? ? ALFONSO AS ARBITRATOR King of Spain Offers Services Between U. S. and Huerta. Madrid, April H Kin* Alfon?o ol It is said, i i ? -???? .I hia ? ItUngnaai to act as arbitrator between tho Paitad Btatea a-.A ?Provisional Prootdsal Huerta. ,.- ,,K,. ,,,hlo to h..th Kid.-^. tp&Xetg&VWVll*** The Sunday To-morrow: Our Naval Gunners Reduce Miles to Fractions .Some World Records. Here's to the White House Bride The Trophies of Peace Cups That Will Be Lifted and Left. A Permanent Seat on the Water Wagon for $90.00 Salvation Army Rate. The Delirious Soda Fountain A Dream of Tropical Days. Britain's King in Paris Is Her Isolation Ended? "War Must Strangle Itself" Frederick Palmer. War Correspondent Silhouettes Ninety Years Old The Class of 1824, Bowdoin College. Women s and Children s Pages Woman's Part in War. ( Mus. ) No longer dogs she play the r??:.:a:itic role. Stem i?. net witchword. How Many Hats Does She Buy? rile nuin miiimer ??.inn fifteen .1 season y\\. where it t;vd to be two .'- year. ? The Newest Thriller?The Woman's Who's Who. Bi?t?rarlH' of prominent women more absorbing than "one of the six best sell?is " A National Catholic Movement for Suffrage. Distinctive Wedding Presents for $10 and Less. < Mus.) the children's page ?ill have "company" to*-tnorrow. OSWALD arrives and tells ?.t his idventlirgS; GE.NEVIEVE .. i her friend will be introduced to the Rirl readers, and both boys aid pirls will like the storv about LITTLE BILL and RED WING. Also Storie? and Verses contributed bv our readers. The Gotham Weekly Gazette, in new form, with the Sunday Tribune TO-MORROW. 09 mm 9_9Abm_*MM*mge*_0*M9*A\t% I erntet* O *?*?-'