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Al'tiCST It, 1900. REFUSAL TO ALLOW SEAMEN LIBERTY IN HAMPTON ROAD8. Although there has been no otiicial announcement to that effect, ap|?r-| cntly It is a fact that the seamen fie longing to the battleships of IBS At - j lantlr fleet have been given practical? ly no liberty at Hampton Roads BOrtPl this summer on account of allcg<d| prevalence of malaria In this section. The shi|K have been at sea the great, er part of the time since they arrivoal In local watcre from tho Ni w Englund| coast, and only a day or two at time has been spent lu HamptonI Roads by any of them. Hence there] has been little opportunity for graul Ing shore lHverty to the tuen, for l<1 would not bo practicable tq allow | many of the sailors ashore from ves aeis i> tiling into Old Point from thej drill grounds to stay from Saturday night uutil Monday morning. This ex? planation of the absence of blue Jackets from the streets here hasj teen accepted and no particular] thought was given the matter. This is a libel ?pea HaSipton it id ? ports. Probably no seacoast section In the country is freer from malaria or disease of every kind than tho shores of Hampton Roads Newport News certainly can prove a case in this connection. No city in Virginia can show a cleaner bill of health or a lower death rate than Newport News, snd wc believe Norfolk cau hold ber own in tins mstter. Old Point C mtort im known far and *Ma as a health resort, aud the rest ot the country about here is not greatly dtfferent from "The Point." It wlllj be remembered that the troops camp? ed at the Jamestown exposition en? joyed more than ordinarily goou | health, and sickness on the grouno. among ail classes was at a minimum I throughout the entire ekptwitiou Perhaps it w- uld be a good idea lor the Chamber of c Dime rev to take up thie matter with ine navy department and learn Jost what kind of an order. If any, has been issued In regard <o refusing liberty to seamen in Hamp? ton Roads. If < he department tuu> pat a baa on Newport News aa a health precaution, wc brIKrve the chamber can easily prove that such a step waa entirely unaccajary. WE CANNOT AFFORD TO BUILD OUR HOPES TOO HIGH. We cannot afford to build oar hop. ? too high apoa the aewa fr ea Waab asgloa that lbe battleship cootracts ?ere aot awarded yrsterdny ercord hsg e* ichiSale and that the Newport Mewa risai?j stIH has a chance to secure the contract to build one ot ??e ships. It eeesaa that (here is a Chanr i hat R bj r aly a rbaace, ans this paper has private advice* 'roes Waih lagtoa to "the egret that M Is atore than likely that ao roatraot will cease this way. Bei?ml cf oar Virginia root ess pn rarte* to the contrary aot withstand lief that we had failed tn get aoniu thing we did not havo but wauted "very badly. Newport|Newe and the shipyard are all right without the battleship contract. We are not worrying about the matter at all, but, of course, if the navy department Rive* us something tbst we are not expecting we will he duly thankful. WASHINGTON DISCREDITS FILIBUSTER RUMORl Story That General Zelaya Is Fitting] Out Expedition at New Orleans Denied. (Uy Associated Press.) WASHINGTON, D. C Aug. 3D The report from Guatemala City the effect that there la a persistent rumor there thai General Zolaya. president of Nicaragua, is engaged in li"inc out a filibustering expedition at New Orleans against Guatemala and Salvador Is discredited at the state department. i Acting Secretary Adr-e slated today that ofUct ra <f the United Stales gov? ernment in New Orleans and other s Mittlern ports wore under orders at ull times to watch with great vigilance for possible filibustering expedition.! ugu!nsi4}iny of the governments south | of the United -States. Nothing has been heard In regard) to activities In this direction and the whole story Is regarded a? alti get hi" improbable. ISTHMUS OF PANAMA SHAKEN BY EARTHQUAKE] Shock Extends Over Large Territory But no Damage is Re? ported. fP.y Associated Press.) PANAMA. Aug. M.?The Isthmue of Panama experienced an earthquake shock Ulis morning extending ovei largo extent of territory. No Uainahe was done, however, nor is It believed that the canal BBS been affecto;i in any way. Lieutenant Colo? nel G. W. Gix-thals gave out the lot lowing statement this evening: 'The seismographs on lib) isthmus at 8 o'clock this morning fUCOtdatl earth movements at vari* .is stations across the Isthmus. However, they ?wer., not .sufficiently severe to be generally felt nor to bare any in? jurious effect on any of the canal work now iu execution or in pro?l?ect." preacherT^house guarded. Mother of Eloping Girl Trying to Pre vent Wedding. (By Associated Press). BRISTOL, !VA., Aug. 3t>? F< r two days and night* 'tie matrimonial mec ca of Rev. A. 11. Burroughs here has been guarded to prevent the marriage of Charlotte Hubble, the pretty BT tii'ii year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs Kotiert Hubble, of CUllhowle. Smyth county, Va. Through alleged misrepresentation a marriage license was Issued tor Miss Hubble and Hdwanl Hmkicy here last Thursday They eloped the following night. hut realizing that the girl's parents seemed destined to In? tercept them, they did not arrive here, bot are In hiding. The girl's mother is hen- today con? tinuing the search. She says she has. wired every town and etty within a i.idiue of a hundred miles-to prevent a marriage between the pair. Hatikley. with srhem the girl cloned is eighteen years old. The HuhMcs are wealthy and Mrs. Hubble says they will spar?? no expense to recover their daughter and to prosecute her abductor. COTTON CROP IN BAD SHAPE. Lowest Condition in Number of Years Reported. MKMPHIS TKNV. Aug. 30.?T' report of the National Ginncrs' Ass: elation, made public this aftrmooi I gives the condition of co'ton up to andj including Aognat 21th. as 64 1 per treat. ?"This is the lowest condition ?n ?? number of years," the report s*v I "snd indicates a crop of ab<ut 10..VH? - ?on bales. Aa early frort would is I dore those figures somewhat, and a laftr- frost would protwaoly tncreas I the total yield to ll.ooo.eag bales. * The report of averages by states follows: Alabama. M: Arkansas. BB? Florida 7C: Georgis 74. i/oclsisna. St; vi ? laalpnl. S3. Mlseowri. *?: North Car.v Una. 73; Oklahoma. m>. Sooth Car - liar. 7?: Ti BBJBfl fa 70. Teaas. -1 Oi a? lal average^ M l This ItneUcatoe. a crop of shoot B> ead.aee ttale* for Texas dinners re? port that ?bcy ataaed 1 -Vti.is:. hales bast year la Tesas aad Gw-y rwtlmst ? bey will gta 771.11? balea tats year with average wearber ECLIPSE OF MARS. Interesting Plaewowwiion %b be Vto?b*e Tomorrow Everunq. OSNKTA. X. T, Aap, 3P- An Is terestta? eclipsr nf Msrs Kr the moon Rde thronrtKwt the tnh> piste I lake panes mm Weawaay evondieg. tv-prmsn 1. aeeordta? tn a aaltet in sed by Profeewr William K Rmoka. at Smith Observatory todav The raeaeaweaea win tatst sswaat aa avwr Brpganlwc Bj the ttveiptMadr at WaaMasrtoa IMtgB aad easting! at ? 29 TBe eeeips* win be HiBjIi to the TheWorid Walts Each Season for the STETSON 8TYLE, AND THEN IT QUICK. LY BUYS UP THE ENTIRE OUTPUT OF THE FAC TORIES. EVERY SEASON WE MAKE SURE THAT WE GET OUR SHARE FOR-YOUR SELECTION. Fall Stylet Ju>t Arrived and en exhibit in our north show window. 2 7 15 WASHINGTON AVENUE | Newport News, Va. MIAN'S MESSAGE Mway King Breaks Silence to Say He Is All Right. STRAIGHTFORWARD UNO EXPLICIT Saying That He it Pursuing Course Laid Out Before European Trip, He Asks That Surveillance of Country) Home be Withdrawn. (By Associated Prosa). ARDEN, N. Y., Aug. 30.?Edward M. Harriman, urged by weary reprcscu latives of the press who have camped about his mountain home since Wed? nesday last, came out today with a etaitement that he was all right. The ugh brief the statement is straightforward and explicit. The message was so characteristic of Mr. Harriman s affable attitude to newspaper representatives, an atti? tude which wad marked when he un? derwent the strain of a lengthy Inter? view on the day of his return, that most of the men who have been here during tho scare over his illness re? turned to New York teuigut, ,?rely Ing on bis word. Mr llarriman's statement Is as fol? lows: l um pursuing the course laid out before I went abroad and advised by the physicians I intended taking a rest as soon as my responsibilities would permit. My treatment nbr IBS reduced my strength and vitality and weakened my digestion. The most ex? pert physicians in Munich advised me to have an examination by surgeons as a matter c-f precaution. "This hss been done very carefully by Doctors Brewtr and Crtlc in ton junction w:th Dr. Vvartor James and Dr. Lyle and the whole result is that t-ey And nothing serious, and rcnew tbe advice prcvio^ly obtained that I should have rest and not se? many people at one time, and tbis I am try? ing to do. Wants Surveillance Withdrawn. "Thin ct-vers the whole case and later on if tbc representatives of the press desire and there is any pur? pose to be accomplished I will sue them up here, but now I ask that the surveillance of tbc operations of my borne kg withdrawn, not so mack cn arc un? of my ianvly or myself, but that tho coming and going of my friends may not interfered with. ' I appreciate the interest shown ?a my welfare by the press and by fritnds in alt sections and I? maps by tome ethers. If there was or should he anything serious I will let the areas know, and aa I have never deceived theea. I ask that the press now withdraw Ms representative* and rely up. n see. ?? ^torr* twd W i rvtt r% Ro)sc?*Cd). IBv Assoctat'd Preaai. SOSNOI 1EC RI'ROfAN POLAND. Aag. *b ? Twenty two of the rntoutb cd miner* of the Ikunbrova mine which wa* SnedVd yen erde y by aa Inrush n( water from a dlssjiad shan. hare heea re>rie-d tho-uah this ?Haft. They state that there arc still six asen isnpt lei a?d la the mine. I >WLS ORGANIZE NEST IN TOWN OF PHOEBUS Mr. E O. Hunt Chosen the President and Mr. W. E. Lancer the Past Jun? ior Vice-president. Fifty members were enrolled in the new Nest of Owls, which was organiz? ed In Phoebus Sun-lay afternoon. The organization took place in Red Men's hall and was In charge of Mr. E. S. lllondell, the national organizer. The officers for the new nest are: Past Junionr prisident?William E. I Lancer President?E. () Hunt. ? Vice-president ? P. T. Richey. Invooator?Cheaper Hein. Secretary?('harles W. Stangien. Treasurer?William T. Davis. Warden ?H. It Wesley. Sentinel?J. J. Hums. I'ickoit?John Hoyhan. Physician?Or. Thomas H. MaSsey. Trustees^?Oei rge H Lancer and J William iian Igan I MRS. IOSEPHINE SHERMAN DIES AT DIXIE HOSPITAL She Was the Wife of Mr. John W. Sherman, a Well Known Business Man in Phoebus. Mrs. Josephine Markhatn Sherman, the wife of Mr. John W. Shermar., I one of the best known business men in Phoebus, died in the Dixie hospital at 5:."10 o'clock yesterday afternoon. Although Mrs. Sherman had been sic"* lor the past two weeks her deata came as a shock to her friends am. the family. She was a sufferer from complication of diseases. Mr. and Mrs. Sherman were m.v ' rleii In Hampton In 1892. She was' Miss Markham, of New York, and her. i>ged mother is now living in the' metropills. Resides her husband. Mr- I Sherman Is survived by five sons?i John, Leon, Shepherd. Edward and Thompson Sherman. Funeral services w ill be conduted J this afternoon at :! o'clock at the resi-! dem e in Mailt ry street. and the body wilb be interred at Oakland cemetery. The pallbearers will be as follows: Mrs. Sherman was well Known and very much seteef ed by a large circle of acquaintances in Phoebus. FINISHES UP WORK AT SPECIAL SESSION TONIGHT Retiring Phoebus Town Council Will Leave Clean Slate for Suc? cessors. The Phoebus town council will hold its last meeting tonight, when th business will be the closing up of all I affairs for the past two years. The new- council enters upon the duties toun rrew evening. TODAYS TOURNAMENT. Tilting to Take PUc; at Buckroe This Afternoon. The seventh annual touruauieut, in ! which 30 Knigths will ride, will occur I at Uuckroo Reach this afternoon. Tilt fng will Im sin at 3 o'clock. I Tonight the ball and core nation , will follow the banquet at the Uuck? roo'rote!. ^!r C. 0. Spratley will charge the Knights, and Mr. F. F. ' Causey will deliver tne coronation ad-, I dresa. DREW GUN ON CONDUCTOR. William Stuart, Negro Mail Carrier, to Face Mayor T. F. Jones. William Stuart, a negro mail carrier in Ncw|k)rt News, whose home Is in Hampton, will face Mayor Thornton F. Jones tomorrow morning on the charge of drawing a revolver upon a conductor of the street railway com? pany. Stuart pulled his revolver on the oar man Sunday afternoon and was arrested at the corner < f King and Quo? n streets by Officer Henry Curtis. It is said that be was farfM to take another seat and got angry with the conductor. He was bailed' for his appearance In police court. Commonweahh's Attorney Monta? gue will prrwrcate Use case. HELD FOR"gRAND JURY. Artilleryman Rogers Must Answer for Striking Spntley With Blackjack. C K. Rogers, an artilleryman at Fort Monroe, was held for the grand Jnrv by Mayor Thornton F Jones y terday to answer the charge of as ?auliing Pet'-r SpvaUey with a black Jack The evidence showed that the the srtillerymsn had been asked to as? sist the pe'lrr on TBwrsday night at the Aromen * convention and that he was rafted some exceedingly ugly nee by Mr Rpratley Mayor Jones derided that the beat thing to do was to have ?be grand jury pass ape* ta* case. Mr r 9 . Cnltter prose, utea the rs.e ?nd Mr. Bardette a. Lewis was the attorn** for Mr Rogers. Sh~riP R K Cartle beeaate tne !?nnd>man fur Kcejem and he wa* hall ed f' r hts apptaraare at the Novem? ber term pf the Circuit Court. Death' of a Li Utile Mies AJace tv Fagthm r three sad one half years old. died the boaar of bee parents tn Pwoehusj yeaterdav from spinal awmgltis The] from th< * lohn a rfwrrrh ineanrr w aftreaooji at 13* o clock TV? fsfr?-' ?on. Kit of IBs" Phoebus and Old Point STOP, LOOK, LISTEN To the bargains we are offering for Sale and Kent: 10 room modern home on S King street for sale; easy terms. 7- -room home on Holt street; small cash payment, balance monthly. 28-room furnished cottage, '-Buckroe" at a bargain. 8- rootn cottage, "Buckroe" ut a bargain. FOR RENT. 315 ('inter St, 11 rooms, $20.00 Arml.-tead Ave , | rooms. $20.00 238 l.ee St.. 7 rooms.$12.50 107 X. King St., 8 rooms, $11.50 4.", Holt St., 5 rooms_ $ 5.50 318 (.'enter St.. 7 rooms.. $11.00 320 Center St., 7 rooms.. $12.00 123 Wine St.. 8 rooms... $12.00 325 Wash. St., 4 rooms.. $ 7.00 STORES. 12 South King Street. 10 North King Street. Arniistcaii Avenue. LOTS AND HOUSES IN HAMPTON AND SUBURBS. CALL AND SEE US. PHILLIPS & SCLATER, REAL ESTATE, RENTS, LOANS, INSURANCE, AUCTIONEERS, 8 South King SL Phone 50. Hampton, Va. FOR RENT. Pulton St. Hi rooms all modern bath, steam and a water front .$40.00 Armistead St. i) rooms and bath .$20.00 23S Lee St. 5 rooms and oath .$15.00 Mallory Ave. 6 rooms ..$12.50 ttt Elm St. 10 rooms ana bath.$11.00 2G8 Lee St 5 rooms, gooa shai>e .$10.00 384 W. Queen St. 6 rooms, large lot .$D.OO 809 Washington St. 6 rooms .$6.50 Center St. 10 rooms and bath .$20.00 Fulton St. 7 rooms, newly fin? ished .$15.00 240 Ijee St. 5 rooms and bath .$15.00 501 Washington St. 5 rooms.$10.50 36 Brown St. 6 rooms, city water.$10.00 La Salle Ave. 7 rooms, acre ground.$10.00 3S2 W. Queen St. 6 rooms, large lot .$9.00 Three acres of ground and sev? en room house, water front near Buckroe .$15.00 FOR SALE Kive room house almost new and in the best of shape at $1.100.00 ?small cash payment and remainder $10.00. VICTORIA AVE. LOT at a sacrifice, cheapest lot on the Ave. TVe!ve room modern bouse on water front about three acres ground?a bargain at $5,500.00, terms arranged to atilt. Insurance in All Its Branches, Bonds, Loans M. H. MORGAN & CO. KING ST., HAMPTON. MELLEN ST., PHOEBUS. J. W. Rowe, J C. Rorinscn.j Prss. Vlce-pres. IF YOU PROPOSE TO DO BUSINESS do it in a business way. Successful mtn these days no longer pay any bills in currency. They deposit their cash in an institution like the First National Bank oi Hampton and settle all their accounts by checks which are Indisputable evidences of pay? ment. "Go thou and do likewise." FIRST NATIONAL BANK; Hampton, Va. H. H. KIMBERLY, Cashier. The Prettiest Book Store in Tide? water. Wc invite you to come and visit our new store-room under the Augusta hotel and we feel certain you'll admit that here is the prettiest book store in Tide? water. COMPLETE LINE Irr MAGA? ZINES. BOOKS, STENO? GRAPHER'S SUPPLIES. LED? GERS. DAY BOOKS. PIC? TURES, NOVELTIES. In fart we Intend to always keep the best selected stock to be found in a mcdern book and stationery store. Just drop in and see us. THE SIMM 810K 5 STIiiOKN SOMIT Successors to Ir.ine Chris? tian Co. AUGUSTA HOTEL BUILDING. FREE Moving Pictures THIS WECK OPEN-AIR Buckroe Beach INT CR ESTING ANO AMUMNG SUB dccTg by thc mmr artists WILL BC SHOWN. HAVC IT IN THE HOUSE and be will not go out whenever be | wants a drink of good wine or liquor. It will be much better ;co if you get I your supply here. Oar wines and! liquors are neither adulterated or a ? luted. There will be a considerable I saving besides. Coax bim to give you I the ususl price oi each drink be takes] and sec. Port, per gal.$1*0 Sherry, per gal. 100 Claret, per gal. LS* Sweet Caiawba. per gal.100 Tokara, per gal.1-00 Blackberry, per bottie . .2-' Rhine Wine, per bottle . JO Onffr-ya Malt Whiskey ?t hot... JS | . Whiskeys in Bu'k st the Following: Borbou Whiskey, per gal.$1 M> j Parkwoodj . $-*0] Star A Rye. straight . >? Old Charter, streicht. Ss4)| Paal Joaee . iSVJ Hgh'er . *?**] Harper .?-<* Doable Stamp Cia . - 2 BS I All bottle beer $* per bottle; Sgo per dozer. Watch my Imitators! N. LEONARD Original Price Cotter. ?"aoaaua. yiroimia TRANSPORTATION GUIDC. CLYDE LINE PHILADELPHIA tRraairrj le*re MooSaj Thursday* and Ss'seders. Leave Philadelphia Thursdays aad He'erdav* fraught received aad dHie? r*d dally I a* 0 ft O P*er I Oat re. River Roe CLTraj BTKlVbHTP COMPANY. Jesars % McCaMTfe*. TRANSPORTATION GUIDE. CHESAPEAKE ? OHIO RV *aat Trains to Richmond and tns West. Leave Newport Newa 10:06 a. a 6:25 p.m. and 8:45 p.m. Local Trains to Richmond 6:00 a. m.; 6:45 p. m. Train? arrive Newport News, 15:f*? a. m , 10:30 v m,, 6:30 p. m. 7:20 P> m. and 8:45 p. m. Steamers Service for Norfolk. U-ave Newport News 10:35 a. m , 5:35 P. m. and 8:50 p. m. OLD DOMINION LI Daily Service FOR NEW YORK? From "ompany'a Wharf Norfolk, foot of Church street every week dav at 7:00 P. M. FARE?First-class, one way, $8.00. Round trip, limit thirty days, $14.00? meals and berth 1c stateroom In? cluded. steerage, without subsistence, $5.00 TICKETS on sale at C. A O Rail? way Ticket Office. NIGHT LINE BETWEEN NEWPORT NEWS AND RICHMONP, VA. Steamers Brandon and Berkley leave Pier "A" 8:30 every evening, passengers oulv. VIRGINIA N A VACATION COM? PANY, Tamng River Day Line fo? Richmond and all James River land? ings. Steamer Poeahontas leaves Newport News, Tuesdays. Thursday* and Saturdays as 8:15 a. m. I<eava Newport News Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 5 p. ni, for Norfolk and Old Point. Steamer Hampton will leave Pier "A" daily except Sunday at 9:00 a. m, going to Norfolk, and at 4:30 p. at, going to Sin'.thfleld. Steamer "Ac jTOmac" will leave Pier "A" dally eg cept Sunday at 9 a. m.. going to Smitbfield and 3 p. m , going to Nor? folk. All business between New Tor* and Newport News transacted at pie" No. 6 AH business between Newport News, Norfolk, Smlthffeid and local points transacted at Pier "A" toot oi Twenty-fifth sL W. H. LANOOK Agent. NORFOLK & ATLANTIC TERMINAL "Sewall'e Point Route." Effective Satirday, May 8th. 1909. Subject to change without notice. Leave Norfolk. Leave Sewail'8 Point Le*ave Ship? yard Leav? Ivy A vs. Pier AM Alt AM AM 7:15 7:45 6:00 6:15 8:30 9:00 8:05 8:22 9:45 10:15 9:20 9:37 11:00 11:30 10:35 10:52 11:60 PM PM PM PM 12:15 12:45 1:05 12:07 1:30 2:00 .:20 1:22 2:45 3:15 3:3} 2:27 4:00 4:30 4:50 3:52 5:15 6:45 6:05 5:07 6:30 7:00 7:20 6:22 7:45 3:15 9:20 7:37 9:45 10:15 10:35 9:37 11:00 11:30 10:52 J. L. ADAtad. General Supertntenuent. Norfolk. Va The Norfolk & Washing* ton Steamboat Co. (Schedule Effective Nov. 1, MM Tri New and Powerful Iron Palace St er .tiers NEWPORT NEWS. WASH? INGTON and NORFOLK will leave dally as follows. Northbound. Lv. Portsmouth Lv. Norfolk ... Lv. Old Point . Ar. Washington ?5:Bt p. m. ??:UO p. m. ?7:B0 p. m ?7:BB a. ro Lv. Wash. B. A O. Ry..**9:0O a. m. Ar. Phil.. B. A O. Ry...?*il:aB a. m. Ar. N. T.. R A O. By.??1:10 p. ax Lv. Wash., Penn. Ry.??8:0*5 a. tn Ar. N. T-. Penn. Ry_?"?1:16 p. ic Lv. Wash.. Peel. Ry... .?*T:3B a. On. Ar. Phila.. Penn. Ry_"10:?) a. n? Bouttiboune*. L\ N. T.. B. A O. Ky..*U:6? a. m Lv. Phlla.. B. A O. Ry... ?2:17 p. m. Ar. Wash B A O. Ry . ? ?n:Se) p. m Lv. N. T.. Pena. Ry.?12: K p. as. Ar. Weak., Pena. Ry.????1? p. m Ar. Waak. Pena. Ry.!?:22 p ?. Lv. PblU, Penn. Ry.1:W p. aa. Ar. Waah., Penn. Ry.??:22 p. <n Lt. WaaklBgtoa."S:45 p. am. Ar. OH Ft Comfort.?7 AO a. m Ar. Norfolk.?*:?? a as. ?DaPy ??DallT except fjuadey :Sund y oary. For ,n form ??ion a palp to J N. SMITH. Agent, Union TVase Office. Chamberlain Hotel, Old Po"*r Virginia P M. PRtTClfARi?. Oea. Aceat. JNO L WIUJAatB. OHy Paaa. Agent, corner G ran by aad PTuaae streets. Norfolk. Kerch?nts I Milters Traut.C?. STEAMSHIP LlNXS Paaaiagwr aad Freight. Navepert News to fgaltlsnsea. Daily Bzeept Tweaday. ? p at. Fare S3 00 One Way. S9.00 RownU Trip?'"ckadira Btateruoea fserth. Tickets to all po nta. Norfolk to Eseeoei. aVery gueday. Tweaday and Friday V P fa ?eery BP??, Their aad let, 7 a a ro- tlcB*te en.3 fwr-ber laaViana' ?an apply hs F B RR*' II. Agent.