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Z" a'VA" - pwi? v v-f!rf?ir" ittt? - -cgT'.rq8'g' ' THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. JU&E 19. ,1904. frgy BL1CAN CANNOT HOES Broadway, Opposite Union Market. SUPPORT ROOSEVELT 3 I t r i For Foot Comfort During Warm Days, Frank W. Watkins Says Policy of President'Is Harmful to Country. r i e.i-imwss mm4 Kl if f $ I I H Ifc J y kl a?w SB l li" 1; "If the cap fits, and is stylish, put it on." Beau Brum'mel to His Valet. Cap or Coat Bought here is sure to fit and be stylish. Put it on. Serges, Blue or black, single or double breasted, $12 to $25. Outing Coats and Trousers In serges, fancy mixtures, crashes or flannels. Straw Hats $2, $2.50 and $3.00. rowning, King & Co., Cor. Broadway and Pine St BIN BHNE1T & CO. 607 PINE STREET & 3? ON PERSONAL PROPERTY. CX REDEEMED PLEDGES FOR SAUQ. Easiness CoandentiaL TAPE-WORNISS mlHHflM iakMd,er Mfa.7fMttMrnln.C9atUmfr4-rvBMk MabKiOJkiMUAiRjKuiuhiw vun mt Bis .UVeUS, NOTARY PUBLIC. JOSEPH F. FARISH, st. xouis republic buildixq. Tel. Dell Main 3018. Klnlocb. A 673. TABLETS . Ther Induce rtstful .steep. Curs Stomach. Kidney, Liver and Bladder Troablss. and pro duce Plumpness, strength and Vitality. COLD BT RABOTKAU. DRUOOIST, or by rtoJL ILDO. .er 1 boxes for tLTS. Sample packer Tablets, ti cents. Aua Ntrvas Laxa tive Pills, S cents. Manufaetnrad br The Kerran Tablet Co Cincinnati. O. Sesrot Confederate Is Dead. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. Padueah, Ky., June It-Ik Copsland, re ye.r old. died to-day at Kddyvllle, Ky. He was said to have been the only negro Confederate living In the State. He lived In a home Elven, Wm by General H. B. Lyons. j. nervous m QtitX Fretful, Weak, fe-f WrmW Careworn w ar Peopls and Brain- y B V workers should nsa I I HILTS CANVAS OUTING SHOE SHOES BUILT SPECIALLY POK THE WORLD'S FAIR. THEY MAKE, WALKING EASY. Cool, Ught-as-a-feather Shoes handsomely patterned BnbetanUally con structed. In fact, the decidedly better sort of Canvas Outing Shoes at the decidedly cut prices that It la a Hilts habit to attach to popular footwear. ,59 For the HS.BO Qrands 600 pairs Men's Irish Linen lUU Shoes, with One enamel 'hooks and eyes. For the 81.S0 Brands Just iOO pairs in this lot of Men's Natty Duck Canvas Shoes atronclv. ttvlijhlr made and OS cool as a breath from the Cascades. PRIZE WINNERS BOYS' AND GIRLS' CONTEST. HILTS Master Willie Pfarrer, 5OT Lucky street. St Louis, won first -prite for boys, he having secured i,S BONA FIDE NAMES. Miss .Laura Keller. 1C1DA Olive street St Louis, -won first prize for girls, she having secured 2S BONA FIDE names. The -winners of consolation prises, -will be notified by postal" card. E. HILTS I outtxkb orsMOMT iKicma-ixTM WILL VOTE FOR DEMOCRAT. Claims That Party Has Gone to Extremes on the Tariff an3 Revenue Has Been Squandered. Frank W. Watklns of New York said yesterday at the Southern Hotel: "Though I am a Republican and have always been one. I shall not support Roosevelt at the comlnr election, and will vote the Democratic ticket If either Judge Parker or Judge Gray Is nominated. "My reason for doing this Is because I love my party too well to see It so to destruction under the leadership of a misguided fanatic who surely means weil but who Is the -victim of his own illogical zeal. "I mean to say that Roosevelt Is so much like the Kaiser of Germany that he, is not fit to hold the reins of this young Republic with its naturally fiery temperament. The young, hot blood of American manhood needs cooling potions. It .does not need intoxicating drafts to excite it to strenuous endeavor." "But." was suggested to Mr. Watklns, "you seem to forget the claim of some that the oung mnjf the country are In clined to herolxe the President." "res: all of us have heard of the folly of youth," said he, "but the youth of a few years back have celebrated the birth day of their majority and the young man hood of America has cooled down. Continuing, the New Yorker said: "As I look at it, it has become a necessity for the Republican party to lose in order to return to our national traditions. I do not mean party traditions I mean na tional traditions. Just look to what extreme the party has gone on the tariff, when this Govern ment will take from the people by Indirect taxation the necessities of life to squan der the price of such necessities In a lot of irresponsible dependents 7,000 miles away. I refer to the Philippine Islands. "You ask me about bow much the Phil ippines have cost us. I don't care to see the figures. They are so big that they would ransom a thousand klne-s n hundred mil lion of the sort that would come from those Ill-fated islands. To acquire the Philip pines was wrong and to. maintain them a crime. It has not been just bad policy, but a crime, and the Republican party is responsible. Such madness, such wild and reckless expenditure of public money was never the act of sober Judgment. "The conservative business elements of both parties are against any erratic Presi dent, and will have the opportunity of vot ing for a wise, safe, good man in Judge Parker of New York. LACK OP FUND& "The Republican party will riot have the campaign fund It generally had with which to purchaso votes. "Mark Hanna being dead (and there are few like him, and that few are lying so low In the grass that the President as yet has not been able to flush them), the party win not-have a first-class campaign manager. Cortelyou is a very nice young man, but he will simply do as he is told, and a campaign manager In a presidential race must be more than a puppet. He must plan and plot and counterplot. He must get money. He must make combina tions. He must quiet disturbing elements In a thousand places. Hanna was a great manager. Cortelyou will fall, and you mark what I say. "Roosevelt's choosing of Cortelyou Is on a par with his raising of General Woods, boots and body, above the heads of better and more worthy military superiors, be cause of his presonal friendship for his Rough RMer associate, and Is another fact to consider. 'Thoueh I am a Republican. I can rramciy confess that I believe the count: at large is Democratic and with a coo 7 d. capable, clean candidate and a substan tial campaign fund that floating and un certain vote that even to-day does not know Just what ticket it will vote, will be turned Into the Democratic column. "I remember In 1892. when Harrison was nominated and the delegates filed out of the convention hall, there is a somber nes en the faces of the thoughtful that was painfully pathetic, and I heard many of them say: "We are already beaten.' It was in the atmosphere then and It Is now." HAY RAISE LIVE STOCK RATE. Believe Action Will Be Result of Commission's Inquiry. REPUBLIC SPKCIAL. Dallas, Tex.. June IS. "It Is my belief that as a result of the hearing- in the case of the Texas Cattle-Raisers' Associa tion against; the railroads at St. Louis that the rates on live stock from Texas to market points -will be raised," said Cap tain Tom West, attorney for the Frisco system, who represented that road at the St. Louis hearing. Captain West returned last night. "This suit bas resulted in the railroads making a careful Investigation of all mat ters appertaining to the movement of live stock. By actual calculation it has been ascertained that on an average it cost a road J18 a car more to haul cattle from Texas to St. Louis than is made out of the transaction. It is but natural that every car of freight should be made to pay at least actual expenses, and. In truth and In right, every 'car should be made to pay a profit to the road. The present rates were made under strong competition. The competition Is not strenuous now." It Is learned from other sources that the Frisco traffic management "contem plate an Increase of KO per car, Texas tc St Louis. f For Women's 1.35 Brands. left Dainty Drab Canvas Oxford Utf Ties 500 pairs just in from manufacturers. 7A For 91.23 Boys' and Youths Ufa Shoes I VU Both h,sh and Iow Styles Canvas Outing Shoes leather soles made to stand hard wear. SHOE CO., ahb gmAMtccm AVmttlHC. A Hot Day nd a pair of ordinary black shoes will spoil a day's enjoyment at the Fair. Here iS tlie remedy! A cool spot with quick ITS A SAFE BET 311 gr REID'S Everyone appreciates and likes to see fine Shoes. This year we have made an unusual effort to produce the best effect. It will com Visitors Cordially Invited to Inspeot Our Stock VISITORS AT ST. LOUIS HOTELS J. a Bamln of Roswell, N. M., 1 regis tered at the Laclede. J. 7. JJanhall of Kansas Cltr Is ,at the Madlion. Mr. and Mr. George R. Moore of Louis ville are alio at the Madison. IL'C Bland of Eumter. S. C, is stopping at th New 8t James. f 8. M. Sleiel of New York la registered at in. iinaeii. Among- yesterday's arriTaU at the Southern rere Spencer & Blalkettor London: John Bar bour of Brockton. Musl; Mr. and Mrs. Walter M. Lowney ot Botton, and Thomas E. Roeers of New York. C Q. Cunningham of Omaha is at the Laclede. Mr. and Mr W. 0.,McCllve of St Caith ness, Canada, are spending a few dajra at tho New St. James. C. L. McCllntock of Boston is registered at the St Nicholas. Mr. and Mra. a. TV. Cans of New York are stopping at the Planters, Mr. and Mrs. M. W. McEnery of New York are at the Jefferson. .., William H. Fowkes of New York U'resls tered at the Bt Nicholas. , . j, T. A. Aipden of Blackburn. Eneland. arid Frank Thorn of Tytham, Ensland. are at the Planters. . . . Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Oe Wolf of Chicago are reentered at the Jefferson. Mlssourlans In Kevr York. REPUBLIC SPliCIAL. New York. June 13. Among the arrivals at the hotels hre to-day -were the follow ing from Missouri: St Louis W. O. O'Slallon, S. C Daris and Mre. Davis, HoUind; F. F. Pierre, O. B. Jansen, H, W, Werheyer. T. A. Sanders. Broadway Central: F. C. Guaeohewiky,. Astor; B, Sparks, Criterion; J De Ollvares. Qetard. Kansas City B, FHedberg. Broadway Cen tral. sa SADDLERY MERCHANTS ADJOCRff. Successful Meeting or the Associa tion Closes. The convention ot saddlery merchants, which had been In session at the Inside Inn for a week, adjourned yesterday. It was said to be tho most successful of the sixteen yearly meetings which have been held by this organization. More than LG00 merchants attended the convention, and took part In the various tallybo and carriage rides, banquets and excursions which, were glveniby the local association. More than J1CCCB was spent in entertaining the delegates. p. A. R, Keaflqnarters. Headquarters for the Daughters of the American Revolution may be found in tho Anthropology building, room 204, where an Interesting collection ot -relics and curios has been assembled tor th delight of the loyal Daughter and for alt Interested. The Daughters of Missouri have elected to combine their relic display with a rest room and headquarters, where all visiting Daughters are -weIcomA- Men's gray canvas Oxford, full, broad toe, tip of same, light Goodyear welt sole, 6 to 11, ffiO Cf A to D kvD.CH Men's salt - and - pepper canvas Blucher-cut shoe, black eyelets, tip of same, medium-weight d?J-g T f sole, 6 to 11, D and E kJJJLt7Vr Men's white canvas Blucher-j Men's white canvas Blucher cut Tennis Oxford, silk Tennis Shoe, rubber sole, bound, rubber sole, 6 to 11, $F-g SJA 6 to 11, B toD u5A01 B to D..... -a That 10 of tho people wha visit ed the World's Fair Saturday wore SWOPE'S EASY WALKING SHOES They were the people WHq EN JOYED THE BIG SHOW. They stood the hard day's march la comfort and are ready far another trip en Monday with a good, seaad pair of feet under them. ALL STYLES FOR ALL KINDS OF PEOPLE AND THE PRICES POPULAR. WOpe SHOE CO, North Broadway. 411 to 415 N. BROADWAY pensate you to see our window display in ele gant and up-to-date foot wear at popular prices. All the leading styles. -. Qulllly.......$3TO$5 ZL-H-Mro ILLINOIS SUPREME COURT. Handles Many Railroad Cases in Day's Session." REPUBLIC SPECIAL Springfield, 111.. June 18. Proceedings were had in the Supreme Court to-day as follows: People ex rel. vs. John; motion of relator for rule on respondent to close proof allowed: re- Siondent to clos fifteen days from this date, elator to have ten days for rebuttal thereafter, file reply briefs. Clemens s. Kaiser; motion cf appellee tor ten days of extentlon ot time to file briefs de nied. People ex rel. vs. Ward; motion of relator to continue allowed anil cause continued until next term. People ex rel. vs. Stnll: motion of relator for leave to DUbltsh and continue allowed. I. I. & 1. R. R. Co. vs. Otstot; motion of ap pellee for leave to file certified copy ot appel lant'. Annltat. Pourt hrlef. --denlM. Spengler er at vs. Kubn et aLt motion ot guardian ad lltura for extension of tuna to file briefs on behalf of minor appellees allowed; motion of Ellas Mayer for leave to file cross errors and briefs aa next friend denied. . Leathe vs. Thomas: motion by defendant In error to set saide order ot continuance and submit cause. PMni. vi ftllmore: motion by relator for rule on respondent to close proof and fix time,) ror masters report ana to me aojrocis ana briefs and take cause at this term. People vi Colman; motion by relator to strike from answer ot respondent certain portions thereof. Adams vs, Pease: motion by appellee to dis miss appeal. Braeewell vs. Irwin; motion by appellee to dismiss appeal allowed and appeal dismissed. HtnchUft vs. nudnik; no service. , Mullanny vs. Nansle: submitted on briefs and oral argument by Mr. William Dillon, for ap pellant and Mr. James S.mlth for appellee. Indiana, Illinois and Iowa Railroad Company vs. uscot; suomittea on onei.. - ISirber, impieaaea. vs. Allen; submitted on briefs. Brennamsn vn. Scbell; submitted on briefs. Chicago and Western Indiana Railroad Com pany vs. Newell; submitted on briefs and oral argument br Mr. George Kretai anger for apptl- lant. Cblearn and Alton Railroad Company vs. VI- pond, admr.; submitted on briefs. Chicago Union Traction Company vs. Olsen; submitted on briefs. . Chlcaeo Union Traction Combany vs. O Don neiu admr.: submitted on briers. Chlcato Union Traction Company vev Miner; umblued on oral argument by Mr. Georrt grant for appellant and Mr. J. Marlon Miller r appellee. , Chicago Union Traction Company va. Law rence: submitted on brlefr and oral argument by Mr. Oeoixe W. Brant for appellant and Mr. John F. Waters for appellee. Mack et sX vs. Polecat Drainage District; no service . CMcago and Ea-tern Illinois Railroad Com pany vs Crose; submitted on briefs, Schuknecbt vs. Shulti: submitted on briefs. Mefflmsn vs. Schmltt: submitted on briefs and oral argument by Mr. Thomas Bates ter ann.lls.Rt- L'Hote et el. mittcd on briefs. vs. Vlllase. of Mlltord; suti- Msrtln va Marinvet si iyt sit submitted oa briefs. . Forbes: dismissed. r Sanitary District ot Chicago;. raxucK et ai, vs. jroi -Reldler et al. vs. Sanl Mi1,m1ttA- nn tirl.fL Bcott et al. vs. Scott; dismissed. Court adjourned until 8 a, in. Monday next. Men's gray Shoe, Goodyear welt, medium-weight sole, low heel, iSl,1'. $2.50 no heel, extended edge, no heel, service is our SHOE-SHINING Cooking a Pleasure QUICK MEAL gas:ranges is8Bj Tim J RINGEN STOVE CO., 414 North Sixth Street, -AND THB Amerlcan Stove and Qutensware Co , .2605 N, Fourteenth st Ahrens, F 7120 S. Broadway Boyd & Bradley 283S Olive st Becker. J. P. SiU O. Broadway Buchka. Louis 1821 N. Ninth st Becherer & Son. F. 3C ..... B1S8 N. Broadway Condon Bros Market st Cherokee Hdw. Co 2206 Cherokee st Cleary, John MS-KO Ooodfellow ave Dooley, J. E 1003 Vandeventer ave Decker, E. J 3330 S. Broadway Doyle. P. J .....2729 Park ave Dau. Ferd .'. 2021 Cass ave Eschrich & Bon , Grand and Gravols aves Ellerman. E. A ltth and Dodier st Freudenberg.F.W., 3135 Morgan Ford rd Flhn, Jacob 712 Franklin ave Celts & Co., J, C 1315 N. Market st Geltz & CO., J. C. 452 Enston ave Godfrey, W. B 8023 N. Broadway Georgen Bros.. ...1213 N. Thirteenth st Goldman Bros .1101 Olive st Gruendler, A. H 1020 Casa ave C Bauss Stoye and Hardware Co. ...East St Louis, HI Henninger, Louis 1813 8. 18th st Hlob. Jacob 4053 N. Broadway HIrschbausen & Son, C ... 70S Maficbester ave Hints, R. C. ., E303 Florissant ave Hopman Cornice Co. 2509 N. Jefferson ave -" smi i m,meaammamaammmmaaammmsm COCKROACHES, COCKROACHES, BUGS, BUGS, BUGS. Why do you have them when yon can tget rid of ail kinds of bugs by using 8ETZ COCKROACH AND BEDIUG EXTERMINATORS. We will rid your houses of insects and guarantee them free of Insects for one year. We have contracts with all the Hotels, Clubhouses and Restaurants in and out of the city, also a large number of private residences. GKTZ EXTERMINATORS ESTABLISHED 1888. OT POISONOUS. Sold by, all druggists and grocers. HOT PISE STREET. ST. LOUIS, MO. QETZ EXTERMINATORS. SOLDIERS DISPERSED BV XEGRO. Ride Tbrouarh Ranks ot Iowa Drill Team. A negro and his mule, the Idently of the former as dark a secret as his com plexion, nearly broke up an exhlbUon drill at the Iowa building; on Iowa Day, "t wanVo'clocIc In the evening and the darky and the mule were wending their .Mt,.r,ni n th RtAbles. Their route lay in-tbe vicinity ot the Iowa building. rnere enuiuaiaauo wm(i w. wi .. eye state .were ceieoraung men- w t th e Fair. The Marlon, la., drill team were giving igo AUU1UU, - ui , ."" --' an ATHiHfHnn rtriill. when the darkv an h mill inmnM in nio-ht. Neither the col -ored rider nor his mount was particularly interested In the drill nor In Wwa Day, and not inclined to give the road to tho drill 1 The rider directed his mule through the (military; Ha was' halted by Jefferson Ihe other way. . ., , . Ta iroln' to the stables and I's goln' by. -tho -shortest way," announced the darKy as no roae auu-at ine anuing com With recollections of the prowess of the canvas Lace Men's flexible sole; 6 to 11, C, Dand E Men's salt -and -pepper basket cloth Blucher-cut Oxford, McKay sewed, low heel, d-g SL DandE, 6 to 11 kplOl V-, UVJ 1ICCI) $1.50 PARLOR. 5 CENTS gives you a MEflr jSSK A if a"!ll FOLLOWING LEADING Hub, The 614 Washington ave Ingalls, F. H 1223 Olive et Jarollmeck. F. 1889 S. Twelfth st KIrtz. L. P 3635 S. Broadway Kllttlch, E. L 707 Carroll st Klois, L. J 1901 Arsenal st Koch, M 2330 Market st Koch & Martin 2249 Benton st Kielnhein. W. H..2637 Chouteau ave Kowert, P..... 4001 Lee ave Kobusch Furniture Co. 2109 N. Eleventh st Klein, P.. ..Twenty-fifth and Dodier sts Leader Hardware Co..4202A Finney ave Under, B 3300 Manchester ave Lewi9 & Koop....,....181G S. Broadway Marx & Neun 1SO0 S. Eleventh st May, John..., 2S33 Chouteau ave Mauer, Chad. E East St. Louis, 111 Mueller Bros. Fourth st and Chouteau ave Menne, A ,... 1012 Market ,st Mesenbrlnk, Chas. California ave. and Chippewa st Mllfell. Wm 1937 N. Broadway McNlchols Fura. Co 1024 Market st Mueller, A : S29 Wash st Mueller, F. L 1727 S. Ninth st Ntemeyer & Klstenmacber 90S N. Broadway New York Storage Co, 22d and Wash sts Nottebrok. J. H 2019 Salisbury st People's House Furnishing Co. 1123 Olive st OFFICE, SALESROOM ASD FACTORY KIXLOCII A 135. W.D.HUSSUNG, Manufacturer Missouri mule In warfare, the military company gavo way before the charge of the negro and his steed, and for a time the exhibition drill was put "out of busl ni2?' , aJhe 5esro and his mule rode serenely through the ranksi Then the guard got on his mettle, and charging on mule and rider, he pulled the latter off the mule and led him to the po lice station, where he was locked up. He refused to give his name. -Woodman's Oraran Recital. R. H, Woodman's first appearance In Festival Hall yesterday afternoon was greeted by an audience which almost filled the great building. He displayed a mag- ALWAYS INSIST ON GETTING A i-'i1 j '--Yv,jffiii,JrrTrTll BECAUSE-....,,,,,,,,,,,;; to tie. retailer by tn Manufacturer. IV gray crash Oxford, silk bound, medium-weight, Lb225 Men's gray canvas Lace Shoe, McKay flexible bot tom, low, flat heel, fJlf: $1.25 shine that wont come off. Quick Meal Gas Ranges Are perfect bakers; simple, durable and easy to operate. Their burners are constructed so as not to gather dirt, and, being removable, make it easy to clean the top of stove under neath them. i FREE HOUSE PIPE AND FREE SERVICE in pipe connections are made where not over 100 feet.of pipe is required. QUICK MEAL GAS RAHG& hare stood, the test of time and experience of the people using them have stood the tests of most prominent gas experts and are in dorsed and approved by the gas company. They are made in St. Louis by vSt. Louis mechanics, and are sold with, the manufac turers' full guarantee. OWING TO SPECIAL ARRANGEMENTS made with the gas company, they are sold at greatly reduced prices, and cost no more than other makes of inferior grades. They have CXtra heavy Steel Walls, lined with heavy asbestos, which prdtects the walls asd re tains the heat, thus insuriiijf low gas bills. DiV. Of American j Stove Co. DBALERS:- Pleper, S..v. 2638 Gravols ave Robinson Hdw. Co.....4S30 Baston ave Relneman, Geo Madison, 111 Itosht, Chas., Furniture and Pre mium Co. 1143 S. Broadway fchrader, J 1&2S N. Grand ava Schaab. F ......2024 S. Broadway Bchifferle. F...........02M s. Broadway Seim Hdw. & Mfg. Co. . !' 725 Lafayette ave Stumpf. G 3811 Manchester ave Stelnmeyer Hdw, Co.. .2613 8. Broadway uJt C. M - & Twelfth st Smith. Joe N. Seventh st St. Lculs House -u,nlshlng Co. ".A.". Frsnklln avs Sanner & Feller., 5300 Easton ava Suda & Neater. 18S3 S. Thirteenth st Thuner. C., Furn. Co.,.2126 8, Broadway Thnmerberg. J. C....400I Chouteau ave Unrig & Jenne....219 8. Fourteenth st Union House Fjirn. Co.,724 Franklin ave union Prem. and Furn. Co. .......... 2325 Franklin ave Von der Heide, H..4113 Manchester ave Wand & Niehaus 3008 Kossuth ave Walker Furniture CO..208 N. Twelfth st Wehmeyer, F J. 1435 St. Louis ave Wiegreffe & Helnts ...........2715 N. fourteenth st Wagenbach.Sillng..l421 S. Broadway Wllsdorf, M. A 1S14 Sidney st Wuerr, Jacob ISIS a Broadway Wuerz. E..... 3145 Merameo st Zlegengelst, J 1521 "Franklin ave GINCINNAT! VIA - B. & O. S-W. Fres Reollnlng-.Chs.lr Care to LOUISVILLE StetjMr and Olnlsjf Care. Ticket Offlceaf olive and Slith and Union Station and World's Fair Qrounds. &?,PJ" the 'ns'rument that astonished his listeners. The most difficult pedal passages were played with an ease which was remarkable. Also the final tonal qual" lUes of the organ were well brought out and the exquisite reed and wood stops were beautifully contrasted in his selec tions. Giant Ornnire Exhibited. One of the largest oranges ever grown may be seen in the Los Angeles County exhibit in ,tho California section of the Palace ot Agriculture. When picked it measured 20 inches In circumference, and weighed 2 pounds and 10 ounces; When received in St- Louis it measured IS Inches around and weighed exactly m pounds. .The giant orange was grown by E. W. Harwood. of Uplands, Cal. It Is ' of the seedless variety. ' 'SWs. R. Rice M, a. Co' 8t.j.I v y m 1 A I 5s - t- bMi.