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PUNISHMENT GOES ON SLIDING SCALE "Aw, Make It More," Prisoner Urges, and It Grows to Six Months ■ — T NEW YORK, April 15.—The night court here was treated to an unusual sensation Just before midnight when Dominick Hearne, a Brooklyn resident, was fined $10 for disturbing the peace. Hearne was ill pleased with the court's decision and expressed his opinion in a loud tone. "You'll wait a. long time for that $10, four eyes," hf> shouted to the spec tacled magistrate. "I'll change, that fine and send you to the workhouse for twenty days," naM the magistrate. "Aw gwan. make it more," said the prisoner. "One month." replied the court. "Once more," shouted Hearne. "Two months." said the magistrate. "Do it again." sneered Hearne. "Six months," adjudicated the court. Hearne then demanded a year and expressed his opinion of the court In caustic terms. It took three police men to remove him from the court room. "I wish I could have made it a year," said the magistrate. "Unfortunately six months is the limit." FISH SPREAD LEPROSY, DECLARES SCIENTIST CHICAGO. April 15.—Fish and oys ters ere called media for the spread of leprosy today by Dr. M. Con ret of New Orleans In an address before the national convention of The association of pathologists anil bacteriologists' in session here. It was because of this, lie said, that Inhabitants of Norway and Sweden, as well as the fish eating peoples of Italy and Greece have been subject to leprosy. He outlined experi ments he hart made with leprosy baccill in fish, in which the germs had flour ished in both cold and temperate wa ters. White Wash Suits Q Every white Wash Suit in the j^yal 3 nzQkW store goes on sale to-morrow *C__6^, I &n\\W^ morning at 8:30 o'clock at just _ff^^ife_S_f_h_k ONE-THIRD OFF. " Mf\ 4&ff^W\ Pretty little white galatea Russian AW 111 |1' Ui\\ and Sailor Suits, which tf» ■% f\f\ . *~<P 111 II 111% V have sold at $1.50 each, at-.«P 1 .UU ''\j_M 1 _T_Jy Handsome white pique suits which ' have sold at $3.00 this <*>0 f\(\ fIH •gP season, for «P-_.UU \MI W $4.00 Suits at $2.68 Mjjf 5=?5 $5.00 Suits at $3.35 , V-g "yg * ? $6.00 Suits at '■ $4.00 EH VUSjI \ r.usiians and Sailors, some with Ljj ■ JtSfcW. \ hand embroidered collars, others with r« **ist> light blue and navy collars and a. few . _ . '-*> er*.re* I with Buster collars. "All must go at Remember, 75 Off I this uniform reduction. | Any White WOmh Suit ' _____ ___ ' : Any VvnifeVritMA Suit All thu season's goods 130 Grant Arena*. Between G««ry and Poet Streets. ' \m m \\mL\mm\\\n%n m \mmmmn^^ TAKE YOUR TIME u.wjMtigi&'fvmEW^ . 'an | BBB_HMBB-I _»y_w.-«iiiMi.H-j». Look around, study the prices and quality of furniture carefully. Whether you come to Gullixson's first or last to place your order, you will make a big profit. ■. m.- 7 7* ..•■•■'•-. ';-£ The same goods at a much lower price, a liberal credit and perfect service make Gullixson's the popular furniture house of San Francisco. KEF^S This Extension Table |£ in solid oak, golden or ■MB fumed finish, is priced Bmv 'n the high-rent stores jtt&Jk B^ ■> downtown at $1?. ■JJj __HOC^" Four dollars is worth tOl*R CREDIT TERMS ARE THE saving, isn't You fl3r^====^ ==^~~ \\\\n\ KCt fnf $I1 ' °nI-V 3t " -^■^im *w Gullixson's. OUR CREDIT TERMS ARE THE BEST I*V THE WORLD. -■'■'-.%'-*'.- NO RED TAPE HERE. *«■■ *_2o fit On this dresser we save you just Jn\ </ \\ $10. It is sold by the stores in the Ilia' \\ high rent district at $36. /fl ' \4- \\ Birdseye maple or beautiful rol- It ml ,^—,. '' V ym ished mahogany, finish. ■ -A jg^^^SsS___<_U^i'fl( The base Ir 42 inches wide and ■' fe=__~__ —"*" —™'™a=^i• French plate bevel glass 22x2s in. J^—nr—■ ."Hf Nothing near our price anywhere 'ffi_ li_§-t^-s ASST^ i. I else compares with it in beauty and J_H^___9a_ _L__*~^______^__l perfect construction. lir f'-j WE PAY NO RENT F!^^K^fß * This big store huilding is our " ' llX^' ■"9»l§i^_____^-_-^7J«| '9 own; we pay no rent at all for It. jjf£"~?~Tlls~fl^s^g'' ■;' .^b } Bj to $6,000 a month paid by every VJ _____E_l_k^S downtown furniture house. S-~ ~-M___rll GOUJXSdCS mARKET er- ■ IN BUSINESS FIFTY-ORE YEARS NEGROES STOPPED ON WAY TO CANADA Forty Sent Back to the State of Washington, and No Rea son Is Given v • • • . .-- ■ •• ■ BELLINGHAM, "Wash., April 15.—' j Forty negroes from Kansas City, Mo., | were stopped en route to Vancouver, I B. C, by Canadian immigration agents j at "White Rock, on- the boundary line I north of here last night, and today the I special car was returned to Belling ! ham. The negroes have retained a | negro attorney of Vancouver, and an , appeal Is being made to Ottawa for ; orders admitting the emigrants.v No reason is given by the immigra tion agents at White Rock for exclud ing the men. They may be excluded if t diseased or if they are contract la borers. The activity of Vancouver i men in the case is alleged to be the latter reason, while a request to the medical health officer of this city for a health certificate for the negroes in dicates the latter. •, The health officer refused to issue the certificate and has placed a guard about the car, believing the men were excluded owing to disease. » CHINESE BUSINESSMEN 1 MAY TOUR UNITED STATES I Negotiations With Coast Com-! mercial Organizations PORTLAND. Ore., April 15.—Presi dent H. M. Haller of the Portland chamber of commerce and the associat ed chambers of the Pacific coast an nounced today that negotiations are in progress with the consolidated cham bers of commerce of china for a visit to this country early next year of rep- j resentatives of the chambers of com merce and a number of government of ficials of China. Haller states that the associated chambers of commerce of the Pacific coast will take charge of the distln THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL. SUNDAY. APRIL 16, 1011 gruishetl delegates, at one of the ports of the Pacific : coast and will conduct the party over the larger eastern, cities and manufacturing .centers... | Various commercial organizations of the east are in. communication with! Haller re garding the entertainment of the party. In all probability the party will *»nter this country at one port and after the Summer Style Book Ready O'CONNOR, MOFFATT ®> CO. Infants' Dept. 3d Floor j 1 —~—-—-——-^—-——---.^—~.—^^ —^^-m^— .^ —mm _ mm ___ m _ ——m—mm . —-—mm -—..^————. --_-_-_______-_________________________^ Special $25.00 SuitS Attractive of NewLta<* I Infants' Det-3rd Floor Jgft ' I - w «» ->*,*-_--j_ y^^iT, _ . , ... Complete Selection of Stylish and Practical Garments 1 "^c!lP3-S--___ __S_^%? /*^SSP Special pur- A ||.o\/_ar»C /!«%#! for Infants and Children from 2to 6 Years. l*T_sP^ l I *TCI-_SF^ fCes^/ysaa.: SF^&G&nnw** rha*t> nf inn •»*** VVCIO Ull\l Children's Coats—Spring styles in pretty Mixtures, -.j^S^fe^, fl I! %P-r9*E Im^Sr V , „ . 17- IL "J *•' Pongee and .White Pique. Dressy little coats for $1111111 '< yf&Z&Si 7 ItSSfflr /lsfv splendid Suits JLITIDrOIQ6ri6S children from 2to 6 years. •■••''''''^fflHß ' ' : £*♦"*_*> ft? S rV&4 . ,-A"\_ from a hieh class he oat illustrated is one of the man-tailored styles |Pj|H|§|||jS il W -*/ -'jsS^ lVli/W\m V - :-: 18 inch Silk Fiber Net °f black and white shepherd check C^'HA" 18111111 ! v^K^-L M\fF(\ 'ill J^dfrl' There are many Allovers-Black, White. at New arrival of Fancy White Lawn Dresses, cmhroid- -^^S 1 # / #7 \ 'fl fa\ 2ahjf¥'' There are many Cream and NT#»w fnlnrc New arnval of Fancy White Lawn Dresses, embroid- Siii||iisps !i /V\\m MA WJ-S 5 1-1 !«- 7-1- „WUiy '-ream ana .\e\\ o-i £^' cry, lace and ribbon trimmed, 94,. ?5 and *6.50., J^^^BS3P : / \ V^lrMlA Wl i UwifllV. stnk,n £ models,; per, yard, $1.00, $1.50, ? Infants' Hand-Made ? Long Slips? hand embroidered fil§!|IBl 'i / 1 \\^f/ vfilfill '1 A* 'ifi -'^o>->." three of which are ?I.7s?and $2.00. y " yokes, fine lace edging. Just received. <fcO WplßleP !j A \\\ J^3' il I WdJl r illustrated; two of .18 inch Oriental and Sp£!lv " p L^v*;."" V.7 ' 77 ■■■ Z Z? F\V\ lir\\ \ \\J«l 4/' Tl\ I lBr<"-4 1 a .. , - •__ j Venice Allnvers TV...**--- " White Pique Bonnets, lined with pink or blue, ribbon J 111 TOMMW ■■ I I mil 19 ifl i light mixtures and: : venise Allovers—Dainty, trimmed, detachable: <£ 1C A \l\l I! ffllHuUl llt'i A striped effects, small patterns. Special, crown $ 1 .DU \i\! I V. _ftl*l'lMH__/ I ai^^nl T*» nil ':i 1 /__v i<A> Wort- -_ «?-»-.t>U yard. :- ' Muslin Underwear—Complete assortment of gowns, )\ 11 •"\\\l\_l\ "I IB % ! I 1 "wV l/'V" ■/Iff °ne DiacK or New Drapery Nets—44 ■ ■ •'skirts and drawers, in sizes 6 months to 16 years. <3f*-$* I i' ifjWr P' II // I lip pfji\ naVy " SCrge * in inches wi^e; White and r ' ■ - ■ ' ' => I IW i: :1 I 1 itfLui'l^ .tastefully trimmed Black?? Dots, figure's and TtamtipQaf" of <iilk fil_-\\/PQ' I i -W™!/i 'A I I Mil IF styles and all the shadow effects? 81.00 to W«I"lI °5« 01 OUK oioves y | I lib) '''W/Jl'ill ytlirfll/-- • correct features. $3.00 yard. I^lft o*Oir*l.o To he worn with the new | I IK ' ■ 'H;'l I' ' iKwM i'liH *'''•'"' required by '. _ ' . wlllgvFlv "" kimono sleeve: 7 g ! Iff! 'Ml' \1 11 CT;/ jb^ Spring: .Fashions. IWO SpeCiaiS Exquisite lace and silken effects ; 16. button length Silk Gloves 1 ' linn ! JIM !iI TO mil 7 t- .„ . .■, ,_: '-'t. V Cftnn . " __?""■■' .-' ''■ in .Kimonos, Tea? Gowns," Mati- White, Black CI CA 1 'i'Hl\ i"4lii 1 Mir Faultlessly tailored, finished ; 5,000 yards Fine Nain- nees,= Negligees and Pullman and New Colors ...$ 1 .JV 1 jBBj. iJI 1 ! ll Vi IF and.lined. fl* *% E °° and Ca.mbric ' Em- Robes. ."Beautiful.' French ': and ': Mn^ltxr Tucked Silk Gloves I I ■«!- fe iMU. • Extra value at ..... * br^eries, 4to lynches' " IS^K SS-aSr s i -B,°a vcf y SS^rW^pl^j ! 1 ifffitlli Items of Special Interest in Per yard ...... 25 C g_UfiT _s^-3_ft. JBS-w-S 5 jS.*^*" $2.00 II 1 jlfeiil •• w/ ■'. Suit '.Department* y^ ? . I>ooo yards ■ Nain< . • k m profusion tomorrow. ?.'• Sl> ie .*" : inniii; - '! '■! I 111 IP Serge Coats—Another shipment of these very smart an 7 .c w 'pJ'u,":j 00 :-^. ' . '~7~~~~- -; '\_. rVI/^xr^alftr D/ir»/tcrklc IK ll |j coats, of navy cy black shipment ot these very smart *£ ,i <„.; cc i.- m i ■, 5^ Ppttimat QCf 1 : Kl_>%«rAl^«r rUraSOIS I) j! coats, of navy o_r black serge, with pongee collar and ?"' Embroidery DpttiriMltC 1 IN O Veity X fIraSOIS 1 111 i 111i-'.n ffs * ? rnamf ted with narrowest, piping of red silk. jouncing, 27 inches wide, . r.ClUWjai»,.JI| 1 . - Three ; o f The'latest Parisian I illl HI 11" one of our best values ,' ■ $Ift 50 "\ [■^ m"U°" S^ltS ?pWal •. . V * ' novelties, in sun shades, will ! ilßj ill ni"'-%m'aa"'e,\ — •••••••••••••••• M*«^»^V and Children s Dresses. Splendid lines of lustrous Per- ;he disnlaved this week The ! 'U :. Ira , New Satin'Coats-One£of the newest garments for Scalloped and hemstitched calinesv and "go6d quality GiHg-" : be .aisP la>en rn} S, XVeC v.1,.1 " 1 Mnni.i 1-C^dress wear, $27.50, and tf37.5Q. , edges Soe-_S»I-]%^ ham for practical warm weather newest,. Pans fad. Velvets 'W^m^r^ Rich Satin Suits—One of the highly favored modes l"? "P^ Hi" 1:' Il_fl • wear. All extra C 1 t\t\ shirred effects and ostrich y -for Spring. Prices $40 up. .. [ cial,perydq> fl .V/tJ !Va i. lc , at .. ... $ 1 .00 ■ trimmed. ■' ' Two Specials in Men's Wear Stylish Spring Hats _—ZZ__IIIZZZ~TZ_ZIIZ__!ZZZZ_ZZZ Department I!; j Two Specials in Men's Wear Stylish Spring Hats Drapery Department ?y : ; Mercerized Lisle Underwear-Summer weights^ VerY ModeratelY Prided Irish Point Curtains-Large variety of new I Made on Cooper machines. Sweater necks. Draw- .w J •'•v^v* wfcvmjr » 1 ivcv patterns S3 50 to Sl2 50 pair I I ers ■ doubly rdnterccd. White, Blue, White with Jlw^special values we have featured this season Tapestry ■ and Moquette Table Scarfs-24x50 I Pink stripes. Regular $1.50 quality. ; -.1 ? c and the smart styles we have displayed have made inches; new Verdure and Oriental Prayer Rug pat- I Special, per garment «3>1.4-/-_# the Millinery Department a center of attraction. terns. ?2.00 and $2.50. 7 ' 1 j Soisette Pajamas— fine lustrous silk-finished For This Week Monks' Cloth—so inches wide. 60£ yard, | j mercerized cloth, in solid White, Blue, Lavender, 50 Exquisite Dress Hats at $10.00. j Shirt Waist and Utility Boxes—Just in. $3.00 I ! Tan and Gray. Silk frogs. Finished fl*^ A(f\ 60 Tailored Hats, reduced from $9.50 and $8 50 to $20.00. ' \ 7?' • • | like the $5.00 quality. Suit ......... 9*'VV to $5.00. , ' | Draperies to Order. Estimates Furnished. f Women's Underwear J^.^^^,^- Postst.NekrKeamy I Corsets I j Form fitting garments, to be worn with (^^^V Pbo„ e Dongl« 591 Newest Spring ■models of all leading I close modeled Spring Suits: -^ Za<- - f•- y,- . 1 ...r_ & , » ■ • - . fe I L Medium? Weight Cotton or Lisle Vests :: y^s^ _^/ _» makes, specially fitted for each customer. g [ and Tights—Alb shapes. 50c -**^/s_>-^^ :'- Special -— ■; 7 - 1 j Per garment. ..................... OUC. / -^PrrW , v 1 White Cotton Union Suits— neck, 7 l^^yy "^^^*? " Sample line of "Lestelle" Corsets,'sizes 20, B et^h.soc,rscandsl.lo Kearny 1 ' -^^fc^N^^O 21, and 23. - HI ti knee length.^VJC, €OQ (UQ *> I. IVI . Kearny • <r~7~Z^_l% > »y7C^^ ■ y T Imported Swiss Union Suits—Low' neck, sleeveless, . St Entrance . gj^ *<^. $8.50 Models at.. .;...... $5.00 | knee or ankle length. .*1.50. »1.7."> aid up. j ' * I , i^J $5.50 Models at..... $3.00 "and $3.50 : c | I _-_________________________—__——__———-_—_ Shoes for Spring . The dainty creations *in foot- ■ > AVSji " wear shown by us this season are . I^s) \ V causing no end of favorable com- I^2) • \ ment for our stores. Of course, J "'. X:'\ it's nothing new that the exclu- / <*& /£' \ sive and distinctive models each ? / *%/=s? Jk season are always here far ahead •'/^=V^- ?__^f| of other stores, and this is just -V^/fl'' /f% / another case of the same-story. '"' /*©/7' '' /\ 1 J White will be-especially favored • I LJ^'. \\ /■'■• '-V-' this season — both canvas andl /*<C * :j£?:'h: >4 buckskin. Its neatness and bar- ( jett***^^ rribny with summer dresses ap- \n****^ - - peal strongly to carefully gowned .. I. * women. ■ ■> . We show on top one nf the hand ■ ja,^^ ' • ' somes't white English buckskin shoes \Y~*^T-~^ » we have ever seen.'' It is made on a 'ujti'7' • snort bill toe last^with high arch and \1 -a heel. Pearl buttons, and,contains all .\i 2 l the features to make-it attrac- <££ ll ■# \* '' tivr- Price ...........?..... «J)D »?■• • \ * In white canvas, similar ?d»o7C I —*'' V ,". ; style .::.-.:. y...?.?..:. %pO,D\J ft n\% / \ .White canvas 'button shoes with '! m E * .wing".tips, of same material,. high Cu ll '*• I / '__?-'■'<' ban heels. $-50 •" to' $5.' ;-•;-:; j| -»-_r/y /m """ A very large assortment; of white <>' "'■ If S/fi A ■ ■ canas ■ and buckskin Pumps, either "I /ft/'* LP 7 plain or with straps..' From $1.50 to Note this graceful style of a _^^L_4B Br -H-T ladies' tan button shoe. Noth- _dS»5§#S t\W ~J__^ ing in town equals it in chic /P^feft^^^^P^ ' and beauty; it is as distinctive flj 88-*"^^^ from the ordinary shoe as it This illustrates a Pump with ..,.■* ' llls illustrate- a Pump with can possibly be. a single: strap across instep. . The toe is full and : raised, ]t. .is made up very stylishly, th* arch ;- „,„ high and w,, abp across the toe and the arch is very men and u.._i 1 r., , ->•,,, , a buckle ornament of the same shows a 2-mch heel to a dead- material as the shoe. The heel ed advantage. Your.foot will is shapely and high;•; the toe look two, sizes smaller in this medium full. shoe. In at«nt . leather, 2 "**"" sh. oey. ~a.&0 and $4. 7 •In tan Russia calf,: only $4. In black suede, $4..,;' Other. tan shoes at $3.50, J" white_buckskin, ff\ . v $4, $5, $6.50 and $7.50. $3.50. R"ssia or .black calf, $4, $5, $6.50 and $7.50. $3.50. Mail Orders carefully} filled. Send for Spring catalog. $vmn_er& I^ufmaim ; 836 to 840 ■"• t^> 119 to 125 MarK e L st ■T9*'--fL- Grant Aye. near Stockton \_C______3 near Geary swing around the country will leave from some other port; If this tentative plan is followed it will follow the gen eral success attendant upon the visit of the distinguished Japanese party which visited this' country two years ago. — •- — '■ ■ Don't go too fast, young man? even If the road is smooth. BRITISH COLUMBIA IS QUICK TO HEED THREAT SPOKANE, April 15.—A report^ was given out at North Yakima" this morn ing" by Dr. H. Frank, a member of the state board of health, that in the ex See ■/4lV.*-rU,. & • Mail Geary iMTfIUI JL J^TO. ori" Street jS| 'Kg? TU^ Filled Windows Stockton-Geary-Union Square Promptly J Stockton-Geary-Union Square 7 * ""^"J I . I t * ;im _^v i "t f i Unusually Good Values viiusiiuiiy yooi y aiues Monday in the Lace Curtain Section ? ? Interest centers tomorrow on a group of strong Lace Curtain values. , Styles are particularly good, well adapted for a variety, of uses, and every item quoted is fig ured on an extremely close basis. ' ' In addition to the numbers quoted, there is a matchless showing of, the better grades. Particulars of these specials below: ;' Scrim Curtains Plain and Figured Net Heavy Curtains of " plain scrim," (t*'.l Crt ■ _T* '---- ** ' with two inch hemstitched border. Jra I . J\J j \j fllflS plain Scrim" Curtain's," with o_*S':*Smt Fine French Net Curtains, with bands of Arabian w/<f. d *aco Zbnmtmnmtmnl braid, Grecian and*other borders ' ? r Ar"s*» Ivory :Scrim ■ Curtain^.' with* "fancy .«A «( Specially, priced at .......... ,2.50 and ,3*o pair drawn work ln attractive designs. A^,| J . Irish Point Curtain* Pa Linen Crash Curtains, natural fast <£ *\ (%f\ ** ****." • ■ Vllll, V^UrUlinS Kun^o^Hv dtn t ,^S_- ffifJS! -:*O.W F££ed centers, large borders of „ ffi and effect- Cross-bar Scrim Curtains, with '(tIYW aesiP •••••••••••••••••....... 5S5© and ,8.00 lace insertion and edging, «I>»_#«\/U Arabian Curtains Extra fin* Scrim Curtains, filet lace &A 'eh ]- ■" a-^« *»«*»«»_M» Curtains border and edging, ;*..;-,. m»Hf mm* I 7 'Made .from French with hand made Arabian - pair '..... v .... r*.' ""TtT:-? ace 111^: a most attractive value at. ..... .«4.5» I PAIRS CURTAINS, VARIOUS MAKES. ONE-HALF OFF \~ 1 TWO PAIR LOTS AT REDUCTIONS OF ONE-THIRD Splendid Showing of High-Class Suits Among the new arrivals in our Suit stock this week are. many stunning new Suits of individual character* and;, exclusive design. They are the '.'American editions," so to speak, of foreign master " pieces and are wonderfully smart. The high waist lines, the drooping reveres, the touches of color" all re suggestive of different Paris couturiers. Materials—satins, pongees' and - light weijrht fahrie. adapted to the warmer weather In store. •.-....-.' ■■-■.- . ." ." . **>-ri-s $50.00 to $110.00 "City of Paris" Millinery in the Popular Price Range V The energies of our Millinery organization are at present directed to turning out models at ««-. .ular prices. These must all, however, be stamped with the style which characterizes all our Miiiinarv They • are, therefore, of more than ordinary Interest to those who love modish - Mlllinerv ar»U «•>,%* prefer tovhave a number of less expensive Hats. - .. ■ -In *7 : and who At $7.50, $10.00, $12.50 and $15.00 There are some splendid new models, including the new "Coronation Turbans" W. «k,n *,_ -.1... to have you see them tomorrow. : . « * W¥m Bna!I fie glad ♦ _ __.^ .New Laces and Embroideries The June Bride Stocks are in magnificent shape just now. - \" v- --■" • . jf .■"■: The Lace showing of Filet, Venl.e. Cluny, Heme, nej mo^and^e? 1"'" ? '*"?■ bride Wlth Chantllly,* Milan and Crochet varieties, In bands, ne mother, and sister ' all properly attired, allovers and edges is very strong. Millinery,, golng-away costumes and accessories The Embroideries, in flounclngs, deml flounclngs, at naturally ; are a part of » such an outfit are ' allovers,' ( bands and "edgings, are splendid in ,va- -also exhibited in appropriate settings The dla' riety and lovely In design and quality. play is quite attractive and worth seeing j traordinary session of the board in j Olympic last Monday the health au- I thorities ;of British Columbia were I given four hours to withdraw ; the pro- I visional smallpox quarantine along, the | border line between."Washington and j British Columbia or suffer :the penalty of having an; absolute qquarantines I tablished along the whole northern bor —'-. ./» der of: the ■ state and against .a" ship . ping. :. The ,Canadians heeded the or ser immediately. v The health;author l ties believe that much 'of the i™***** of this side of * the f border comes f rom the, Canadian lumber camps. A : More people have the gift of gate th* • the gift of silence. ■. ...-* • _.