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Va., Fostofflce as Second -Class Matter. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 3. 190?. YOUR SHOPPING EARLY AND AT HOME. That it is desirable to d > Christ mas siiopp.'ng carl v is a fact so gen- | eialiy reccguixed that it Mr*S*n super- ! fluous lo dwell cn the subject year j after year ahc.;t this time. The puc lic never seems to remember, how- j ever, until a f.-w days before the noil, day and each year about 75 per cent or more ot trie j>lft purchases are made during the. wTA k iraoit'diately preocdlug Christmas da>- If the jjcas of the mercbantri through the advertising ct ammt ?nd the news? paper editorial reminders count for ariythlns at all. there Is no saying I what the result would be If the mer- j chants and editors ceased to make appeal*. As everybody has been reminded over und over again, early shopping is advantageous in various ways tor both the merciiants and the puhllc. Those who hay seeks before the Holi? day* have the pick of everything and plenty of time in wblch to do their m 1 tlag. If a large proportion ot the pub'le would begin buying some weeks ahead, the merchants would be able to realeatah exhausted stocks or popular articles and could haudte tfcelr r.;islue??? very much more sat? isfactorily without the trying rush that comes during the last few days under tbe present conditions. And tke surely tiled clerks would be duly grateful, too. The desirability of shipping at home is almost as obrloi? as the necerslty ftr snapping early. Tbe merebsnts who along with all other classes of r.tlzens have to support the , a: th, p ???>!. witli wnom uur money ?h ul<: !>?? spent in the holii'a; Keascn an welt as at other times, if they can rente near satisfy? ing our d< mands. All of th- lead.n? establishment* in various lines of bnsir.e.-s have jr, vided splendid stocks of g ods for the winter season and the bcl'.days, and a comparison ct prices will .-bow that nothing is to be galaed by going out e.f town to buy. There ire ver\ !??? people in Newport New* who a:e In a position to ao sbopp ag cn such a i,cxle that tne foeil merchants cannot acc^Tiimeilate their demands in to- matter of pcaslre things, r.r-i a gianee into he ?tores will prove that tbe man w:u? n moderately well ixovldej pocket hook can make h'? money go a long way .a most vf them. virginia newspapers and mr bryan Tn? Norfolk Vrgiulan-Pilot and tbe r??t?rsbm t Index-Apt eal are two ?t the te-st edited papers in the State attd as a tvle the discussion ct aa> iwbject la thetr columns is w.-rta wbU- But bath of these angers hare Dmbsu t-d Mr. Bryan in aad sag Cd season aatil the r readers n atace mast hnve censed to regard anrirnsly aaytalng tber . ay a hont tn> ekebiasbaii The Rlehnend Journal -Tbe Norfolk Vrrglnlan-Pll? and Cht F\ fernher* ladev Apswei are en? gaged in ? ooOjpc-nton. the object ?Biet m tc aeWrt the mess. as*> fMbSe aMMase for Mr Winiata J. (brgsa, from the viewpoint of the rjfst Jsebrgahna'- la-nsti t ahw mm Mrjaa' fa the Vanrialaa-pHV* s 1 selection, ?i?ta 'iiWW'P? Bryan' I m Um? gor reined" bftaraerertaatke et jour friend of Petersburg. I 'Roth Of thouc ehnractoruatloi - | arc mote or loo* larking In original ity. bot UM a?luc. 1* ,t not about tiiu" to Hi ul" on Mr. Bryan? Xehraskau ta too Mr a mau and baa I I too large * following to bewerfen1 down | |?r Ignored, and while the gfajggUtfag ar<* 'hut Home oiiirr Pasarirrnt win be tig Ooniocrvie ?taiidard-beiivr at! I 1S12. Mr. Bryan anu M.\ Bryan's views will havo to he reckoned with. | Aud rh* is Jivt aa li should be." j It would etem that knowledge In 'ho j regard in wl.ich Mr. Bryan Is held by a large iart of t1' I Democratli: party j I would act as a restraint upon any d*- | I wire to ridicule him and cry nint down, lastfa ( i the party, at lear-t. j I PRAIRIE GOES AGROUND I (Continued from First I'age.) II ieutenam Colonel Maboney. Artillery Aboard. Two pieces of artillery and a nia 1 chine gun were added to the nuinitl-. j tins aboard the t'mirlc today, and I in addition i the 3-iuch field pieces I placed on board. j There is also on board Mi.noo ' rounds of ammunition, cook stoves, 'tents, spades and wlieeibarn.ws for building etiirenebmontb and other sup plies of various kinds, n -sides the . To:: marines there are 1S3 bluejackets j in tho efww of the Prairie. I Before Hailing Admiral was asked 1 as to his detttitiatlt.it. ??Golnj to Take a Little Sail." I "1 am going cut to take a little sail [with Caiitain Kellogg. I am going down to look things over, my paper I says Colon.'' Major Butler, in command Of the battalion treat this city, said: I "I firmly believe we are bound to Nicaragua. In fact tfeere is not a doubt of it in the minds of any one on, beard." WILL FIGHT AI T l Continued tiom first Page.) was to be aoo\e lioard. l hud tt otbtrvvlse. If my bid it not ihc heat, then Eddie t! ratio;, # is Urancy's bid anrnwnra. including .picture* to J275,iiuo t,> tbtj lighter*." "Ah, well 1 nave been in this tight baalasai longer than you have," ?pake no ;!lea>o:i, anu wn,i about to con? tinue when McCarry jumped to his feet aud hurled bis wallet across the long table crying: 'There's at least $j;',u that ytu have not.'' But i ve gad btfjrer lights," per? sisted Olesson. "t%\ bet my pile you haven't," shouted McCarry. ? L?u Hons, man quieted the argu? ment but there was more wrangl ng before Merger decided that Jeffries would not change the verdict. Little made a cimllar announce? ment fcr Johnson, aud Stakeholder Murphy declared the award to Rtck ai'd and Glcason. At treason's suggestion the final signing of the articles at Hoboaeu was postponed cntii tomorrow at 11 o'clock when lawyers will clinch tne last technicalities. Sympathy for McCarry. Central sympathy wae ?xnrutre? for McCarry. He had prejudiced Bis rather delicate health by a crosa-con liiK>nt trip in the expectation of jret ting the fight. Richard assured him, as a gop to his chagrin that a ring s de box should be build for him and his ftieods. The guaranteed purse for thw hght I? the largest ever offered, but aport lug men aaihave the moving pictures will br.ng even more. John U Sullivan was mentioned m the gossip today as a possible referee No one believes that be will be se lecttd as referee. His age and balk aie Ma only handicaps, but they arc sufficient. The referee- may be chosen tomcr n,w wh- r the final articles are rign ed. ANTI BETTING LAW SUSTAINED. California Court Refute* to issue Writ ?AM PI ggf :-vo. CAI*. Dec. g.? S ? ? >:i|.:.-:j;: ?\?. irt snstajned today the validity of the Walker Otts ami-betting law when i; refused to lrs-.ie a writ of habeas corpus lor tne discharge of Charles Brown, who wae artest,d November tZ at the Kmeey > lie race track fcr accepting a oet. The Walker Ott* measerc pissed at the Uat s'ssioe of the legislature W almost identical with th. Xew Tork law* Csntrol* Both tines, ittv Associated Prees.i NFW YORK. Dec 2 ? Arthur Pye kg the pa^t two veers general pas? senger sat at ef the Msllory aI, am? ah p Use was toc?T appointed ^es tvwl pa' .-nger agent ?' th? Clyde ??amshtp Une A* both ars niitW the ast.ames control of the passenger <>?? p-.nmeot of tdk lines Sale ?? Tf sroughbrvdt Over iMxatcmm, ky ik. :?The tenth annual sate of thorowuh brews in levies"*) chMrg tedav. Ivwnng th- three daya of the sale 43? head of hof.>ea were dt?pc??d of. t.rlngmg aa are rate of ?22* Today'* aalet to tatVd II? horsey which brought ROSE &PJ .OlY TO DSCmSION ??bo?' Convincing, Proof That h: '..'as Capable of Act of Generott, ?t Times. The evangelist had got pti ? ,1> worked up to h high pitch of emo? tional generosity. Men and women all over the church were throwing their posHOKHionB Into the c?ntr:'> itlon plate. One tnju removed (he | ?-,jrl studs from (be front of his shirt and placed them among the contribution.'*. Another gave his watch and chain. One woman literally threw her dia? mond necklace into the plate, while from all side* mm? rolls of hills. Mcarf-pins, jewel* of all kinds. "Those of you who have come un? prepared," said the exborter. during a lull in the proceedings, "will have time to go home and get their gifts, for I shull continue this meeting for three or four hours jsajr* "Fine," said liohbs, rising hiMri"d|c, and starting for the door. "I'll be bad; in ten minutes. Doctor," and out b? sped. The enthusiasm continued, and the greut fund rolled up. and yet there were many who kept tab on Hobhs lie was tun a generously d is pored per son as u rule, and they were interested to see what he would bring with Mat to devote to the cause, nnd Ute] did not look in vain, lor in less than the allotted time itnbbs returned ?leading his motber-ln-law by the hand ? Harper's Weekly. * NOTHING LIKE LEATHER "A dime's worth, sonny'.' Why. that won't be much for your dinner!'' "1 don't want it for iny dinner; I wants it to make some hingen fag pay rabbit-hutch!" Physical Culture for Drummers. "There Is no reason why you ngnsnM omit your nightly physical ?ulturo ;i.-t wrhlle traveling." said the eonfl. no-d drummer "This set of aaoiugtaatg, designed especially for people who travel In chairs, brings every m ;scie of the body into play. "No. I. FOr tbe grip. Bvach under the seat ahead of you and try to pull out your footrest. Don't expect to be successful. "No. 2. Vary by jerking board from side to side. Continue till well winded. "No. 3. For the lungs. Rise and ?wear. "No. 4. Rend forward from the up right position and try to break the board off by pulling it upward. Tb!i> ?jffort, though not aftM crowned with success, is a splendid developer of the back muscles and should never be omitted. "No. 6. Sitting on tbe floor with tbe feet firmly braced, grasp the lxiard tightly witb both hands, pull with all your might, and try to^llft your body off tbe floor. Some people object tr this exercise on tbe ground that the mechanism might work and seat tbe athlete with a sudden painful Jolt but never fear. No one who ever had experience, with footrests would think of such a tblng. "No. ?. If you stilt have strength enough, try to raise tbe ear window : then end by calling the porter "?Kan sns I it v Star A Novelty "Door Clyde Fitch." said a youne playwright sadly, "was always ready to jitve advice and help to Juniors ? | once described to Mr Fitch a climax ttui seemed novel and strange to me. Rut Mr. Fitch said that novelty and strangeness had little value In rlitnaxes?real human Interest war tbe thing. "He Instanced an extraordinary, a quite unique elimnx. that would ye' be bound to fail. "In this climax tbe hero, a char1 with wooden legs, stumps breathless < ly across tbe stsge as fast as his twe wooden legs will carry blm. A worn an. brandishing s butcher's eleav er. is in pursuit Tbe woman overtakes tbe man. She upsets htm. Kneeling she brandishes the cleaver about bl> artificial limbs ???Herbert Mannering.' sfce eries ?any me tbe six weeks' board you owe or I will cut both your wooden leg? ofT" Human Vanity* Why do yon object so nrrtourly fi snapshot portralta of yourselfT" ' Because.' answered Senator So: gbum. they violate all reeognlset raten of procedure What riebt bat say r bo* ogrs ab er to take a man i picture without giving him the ens toesery lea astamtea' grace to fix bit necktie, brush ate hair sad errang i ri-eaeat smileT" AcCOaf ?^w'v^f i'Ot* ft. I have ween bare half a dot t times to see yon and today la the Sr>' dsT i nave ancteeded la finding yo ba." "Tea. I last my rnbbft loot mm morning.- i Capitalize Your Appearance There'* a money value to you in smart well fitting Clothes that Is second only to your business ability. You will gain her* at $15 to $25 CLOTHES prestige and clothes value m fine Suits and Overcoats that no custom tailor of repute wilt attempt to duplicate tinder doubia thece pirces. We have just what "He" will like best for that Holiday Gift. T7T5 Washington Awnon Newport Newa ?ru? imwiimmm ii irmsjairiifiiMi aru~ Drudging Over A Hot Cook Stove i- a*M i'f the most burdensome taaka that fails to the lot Of th ? a ecnge woman. N'ot a woman in tills city hin knows that an I would lie only too glad to throw i i;t the old cook sii vo and |>ut la ? NICE GAS RANGE. But uh! The price, she is afraid the cost of gas is too great. You probably imagine that your self, because we know you wruld rather aae gas than wood or coal. But, lady. quit Iniagiiiinir things. Come in and ask us about the cost of gae and know. We know it isn't half what you think It would be. Newport News Gas Ci?mpary ::02.". Washir.gt n Avenue. Both Phones, St. MELCRUM S. A. L. PRESIDE'. Officers Elected by Directors in N^w York Yesterday. new YORK, IVc. 2.?n. K. .wet dr.'.m was electee ygeafneat ?.if ft** iv aboard Air i. no Railroad ait at tneeting of the directors of that <*cm pany here today. Mr. M< .lr iru was ?fcrmerly a vice-president o( the Com? pany. The director* also elected C.', H. Hix as vice prcsiceiu and general manager; C R. Capps as vice asefl*??] dent in ebarge oi trafilc and I.. \ tt Ha we* assistant to the president Ith, FOR BANTAM CHAMPIONSH Attell and Webster Slated to Pighf at] ?Frisco. (By Associated Press.) ) r SAN I It.WOSCo, C VI... I* I A light bas been arranged 1? Mont Attell and Hanuy Wehs:, i j iahe place the middle of the m< 3? |<*'r rent of the proceeds t.. .J Johnny Murphy, a former aspire 1 f >rj I lightweight hinors, who la r.-pifrtedj ?to be dying of tuberculosis at Ifouo | lulu. The match will be for Ike ban lam weight championship of the j world and the men w-tll weigh in at 11?; pBnnds. They will fight l?>nty] rounds. Jack We eh acting as referee i S. Ke tan Dead. Washington, u c. Wee. 2 ? 1 News has reached here of the death | at Juneau. Alaska, ot Alte? SantoTd ] Ketton. si r. of it-.- Isle On-ral i\e; ? ten. who was r?J::friant-ewn?rsl ?.f the I'B tf d S'al. ? army, Mr. IfeUow ::aJ | gone to Alaska to practice law. ror j ?hree yeais Mr Keltoa *>? a student at the'Curven-iiy of Virginia at Char lot:.I . lie. and was engaged la nc*? paper w ri at the Jam?"S?owa Expo? sition ItoriNf Bo"d iseduced iRj Associated! Rees?. W arrkn'TON ya . Dec. 2 ?Pre-j ftaaar J. fX Harr'a, *ea Wast erae'-l w new rrU! *? the sbiiiilhug I gad hllllag tw W A Thceapaof?. J elate editor of the walllW ' gtaian list \pri: apoearrw Vetoes Judge Bdwar.i f,. 1 ,ra'T <* im* (" r' irt trv!^ sad the bond ?* ?ja.rtfto was r ifai<ed to llS.aee the case was ?et for tnrfl 4, IMe Usaaa >(ri Aoeoie'ee CHJCAOO. M.l * Dee 2??*eelv. er? were appointed hy Jmigv Kohl ?wat fa the Cnt ed States Circett "cert for the Prp,"'? T*innel Omnwnv ?aid the cVcue- ?Tsreheaee aad Ter airaaf rnmimrr,* -?wo roeapaales a?H ry th* ceicacn <??way Coespeay When out shopping j Why not lock for the eooloat place In the city, where yon can enjoy a FIRST CLASS DRINK m ICE CREAM Plenty of rjoir. Stop In and rest. Health Food Bakery & Confec? tionery Company mahtngion Aveni e erd Slat. St. Oldest! Largest! Best Why send your work to Laundries j that Rive you .nferior work, wnen you j can have your work done at home by Id j ml ii:i.11' ? -1 hat arc the most mod jcrj. and up to date in the country, and I employ the most skilled labor that can : be secured. We claim this and can I back what we say, send us a trial package of laundry, and let v* con vln<-e you that we can i.dve you bet? ter results than can be obtained else? where, \ AND WE ARE LOCAL. . t'on Mission is airigbl but caanty I keg!) i Ian boma. V.'e most cordlallj I invite uho jieople of Newport News ? Am- plant, a visit. We will iak? pleasul ?? in showing you our method* of doll better work tban an/ other ' Work SlUed for and delivered with Idlapatejit B'.tb Phones No. 10. *,iv^ek S easn Laundry Newoort Newv V* r Wood. Lime.Cement Bole agenta for Hard Wood Charxoal and Otto Coke. Tour pa? tronage solicited. Benson. PkiIJ.ps & Co 24th. A Virginia Ave. Both Phones, 7. and WOOD; i com Pin? Wood $1.75 | i cord Mixed Wood 51.80 \ cord Oak Wood 51.85 Hm estra charge for sptlttine, j All coal well screened and kept ua , i Irr sheds, both wood and ctal being I delivered perfectly Jry Distilled Ice Co. Man St. and C A O. Ry. Sell 'Phone CA Ota. P.u>nm SSS J. W. COURTNEY COAL and WOOD ?% Oars Pine Xorwj.Sl.Tf '4 Oard Mlied Weed.fist H Cord Oak Wood.st*f AUn fob lot of Wand. Oak ? Pine, at ILM for gnartcr of rn?A No estra rhsrfre f.ir snt'Hlsg T?e he? SIM es af csksi s'. tte Invent ar* * kef prtev ?T7 Tsreirbaneend fgt Ml i'honoo SO i Let us rrame Your XVI AS PICTURES NOW Cefore our framing partment get* behind on orders. Holiday buying started earry this year, don't YOU be the last to buy at Ail lie's -?-; * (Just see the window.) HAULING ms?ivt DOXE From a PARCEL to An ENGINE FREIGHT, BAGGAGE, FURNI? TURE AI^D SAFES, CARE? FULLY AND PROMPTLY MOVED. VIRGINIA TRANSPORTATION COMPANY STORAGE WAREHOUSE 014 520 27th 8t. RfASuMBLE RATES ? Fine Oysters; ? Is our specialty and it Is well kuown ! by all that we have the best In the city by the gallon, barrel or car-load. I We ship 'o any point may be wished and prices very low. Fish of all J j kinds in season?at present fresh Sal : mon. Halibut, Smelts, fresh Macke. |el. Cod Pish, flounders. Trout, Rock | fish. Perch. Mullets, Bass, &c. flame 'of all kinds tn>?eason: lobsters, Aic. j?ur stock is pure, fresh and clean at all times. Weigh! and measure guar I autced. Newport Ntws Fish and Oy ter Co. 2507 Washington Ave. Bell 'phone 542. SHIPPIMG HOUSE P^R A. AFTER SMOKING A TRUST CIGAR TRY A PRINCE JO. Sc. FOR SALE Retail Cigar Store au?i PojI Koom. at 32nd Bf, and Washington Avc. Cole Tobacco Co.! Nf. IL t. TIER- 815 Iff* TW CVSVll TT* .TT in I <? mm'j | m Ml I <M?Wr w?Sk mtm* WS? tmu 11 ????? - ? hb?. p ? 'imi a * fc.*t*ipi TRANSPORTATION GUIDE. CLYDE LINE PHILADELPHIA Steamer*, lest? ki<meays a. a., f Thnr*4Ay* and gatnrdsys Leave Phl'sdelphla Thereday* and da:er?*,* rretfnt reeetved aad delivered daily C*0 Pie, t. OUce. R'rr- hV.-d '?fuI ?Tt*?VgHfP COMPANY. rrv*. TRANSPORTATION QUIP* Chesapeake & Ohla Ry. F?et Trains to Ricroaon.i and the West. Laars Newport News t#:N ? Oi | aud B:M p. ru, daily. ^ocai Trains to Richmond ti:00 a. m.; 5:20 i>. m. dally. Trains arrive Newport News 10:0* . m. 10:30 a. m , 5:30 p. tu. and 7:2(1 D. in. Steamer Service for Norfolk. Leave Newport News I0:3r> a. m ? and |:M p. in. daily. OLD DOMINION LINE . Daily Service FOR. NEW YORK? from Company'? W'-arf. Norfolk, loot of Cnurcb, street every week day at 7:0u p. M. CAKE?First-class, one way, |S.00. R;und trip, limit thirty days, $14 00? meals and berth in stateroom in? cluded. Steerag? , without .obsi.stence, $5 00. TICKETS on sale at C. & O. Kail >'.'::. l*fokei Office. NIGHT LINE BETWEEN NEWPORT NEWS AND RICHMOND, VA. Steamers llrandon am1 Herkeley 1 tested Pi' r '"A" 8:30 every evening, i passengers only. VI Hi, IMA NAVIGATION COM? PANY, James River Day Line lor ! Richmond and all James River .and I ing,j. Steamer Pccahontas leaves Newp it News, Tuesdays, Thursdays * an,I Saturdays at S:4.*. A. M. Leave Newport News Monday. Wednesday and Friday Oat 5 P. M.. for Norfolk and Old Point. r fcUe?tor Smithfleld will leave I Pier "A" daily except Sunday at j:0u A. IL, fo'nif to Norfolk, and at 4:30 P. M . going to SmithBeld. Steamer Ocracoke will leave Pier "A" datly excent .Sunday at 0 A. M. going .o BsattWVid and 3 P. OL, gowg to Nor? folk. AH business between \.-w York and Newport Newa transacted at pier No. C. ah. bsnthtesn betauen Newport Nova, Norfolk. Smitbtlel.l. and Kcal pointy transacted a' Pier ? A" loot ot Twenty-fifth street. W. H. LANDON, Agent. Schedui Norfolk & Atlantic Terminal Co. ?SEWALLS POINT ROUTE" IN EFFECT MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 27th. 1909. Subject to cUauge without notice: Leave Norfolk ?:15 a. m.. 8:30, 9:45, 12:15 p. m. 1:8*. j 2:45. 4:00. 5:13, 6:30 p. m. Sundays I only 9:45 p. m. ; Leave Newport News [6:00 a. m., 5:05, 9:20, 11:50, 1:05 p. !m. 2:20, 3:35. f?50, 6:05 p. m. Bun days only 9:20 p. m. -. The Norfolk & Washing? ton Steamboat Co. (Schedule EUe-'Uve Nov. 1, 1908.) Tri New and Power:ul Iron Palace Sie: ners NEWPORT NBW8 WASH? ING TON ?ud NORFOLK wUl leave laily as foilowa. Nortnoouro. Lv. Portsmouth . mS:W9 p. m> Le. Norfolk . ?Sit? p. m, Lv. Old Point . ?7:?0 p. m. Ar. Washington . "7:04 a. m Lv. Wash. B. * O. Ry .??9-00 a. to. Ar Phi!.. B. m. O. Ry..."11:50 a. m, If. N. Y-, B. * O. Ry.??2:10 p. at. Lr. Wash., Pecn. Ry.?*8:M a. ra. V. N. 7., Penn. Ry-"V.lh P. ?t i.v. Wash., Pesa. Hy-?*7:30 a. ux Ar. Phila.. Penn, tty-"?lOMO a. m Soutr.fcourW. L\. N. T.. B. * O. Hy..?11.6* a. nv Lv. Phila.. B. st O. Hy... ?3:17 p. as. Ar. v. -' ).. B. * O. Ry... *I:S4 p. ra. i.V. N. Peon. Ry.?11:15 p. ra \r. Wsih., Penn. Ry.??6.14 ^ ^ Ar. Wash, i-trn. Ry.!C:22 p m. l.v Phila, Penn. Ry.?3.20 a. am. 4r. Wash., penn. 3y.*?:2J p. ra. Lr. Washington.*8:45 p. m *r OH fx. Comfort.*7:4w a um. Ar. Norfolk.?s:te a ra. ?Dal'v. ??Dally except aaodey. .Sand j only. For .?formst loo apply/ to J. K. SMITH, Agent. Onion Hcket ?face. Chamberlain Hotel, Old Pedal, Virginia. P. bf. PR1TCRARJ?. Oea Ageet INO. L W1LIJAMS, City Pane, Agear. corner Orai> by and Pluaa wreets Norfolk. M. & M. TRANS. CO. STEAMSHIP LINES. Pa ??enger and Freight. Dally Except Monday nod Tuesday 4 p. am. Fare ?.0O One Way. 15-00 Round Trip?including Stateroom Berth. Tickets to all points. Newport News to Boston every Has. Wed. and slat ? a. at Norfolk to Boston. Every Sue. Toes, sad Frt 8 p ra Norfo'k tO R*l djVW 'd)#v^Cra. Every Von. ?Tbar and ?at C p ra. ?rreagbt oa'y For ttcteU aitd further laforraatJas, apply to ? ft. BRAQC. Asea*.