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iii WEATIUJIl FOIt OHIO Unsettled, ttlt lNilIU o J3f(urda ; elfelitly warmer tonight Jn ucst portion. i5 Si THE MAMON DAILY MIRROR Tour Hexfc Want Ad May find tlio ono tnoro bonnier yoa want to nil your table. 4i Your Next "Want Acl liny bo nnswered by tue beel flr u li) "cllRlblo servant girl la towa. VOLUME XX NUMBER 73. MARION, OHIO, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1911. PRICE TWO CENTS fi NO BONANZA IS LIKE THIS Ball Officials Swamped With Money and Checks. CANT FILL NEAR ALL ORDERS Scalpors Got Largo Batch of Tickets Fans Boiling 1 Over. Charge Crookodnoss on Part of Officials Chargo Denied. Idittcr Claim They Ciui't Present Scalpers I'roiu Gelling Ticket. 0cr SlOo.tiotl Will IIimo'.Io bo lle turiied ns Tickets Cannot be Sup. piled. r li ny United Press AVlro. New V,orl. ,Orl. 13,0TorlnB JliOO to nny person who can prove be khpvlpgly pormltted a sIubIo tlr.ltct for tho world's series to bo Into the handsfof a "scalper," Secretary "Wil liam Gray, of tlio New York club, to day denied that tlio officials In chnrBo of tbo Hale of tickets are In any way responsible for tlio fact that scalpers aro offering thousands of tickets for alo nt doublo nnd troblo the box of fice prlco. Neither this statement nor tlio as suranco that John brush's $10,000 offer for a schomo that will eliminate tlio scalpers still stands, appeased tbo wrath of tbo disappointed bascbnll enthusiasts, who havo been storming tho door to dray's offlco nil clay. Many of them stood In lino for hours, vnlt Ihg for a chance to Rot to tho box office windows, then to bo advised that all tho tickets Had ten sold, while speculators with hundreds of tbo cov eted pasteboards were offering to sell tHcm at profits of 100 and 200 per cent. At the offlco of Mr. Gray today It was statod that tho sumo motbods by which speculators havo Rained pos session of tickets In years Rone by were used this year. One of tho nion closest to Gray on returning from n conferenco with him this niornlns. said: , (Decoys Get TlekcfH. , "Without dopbt we)l,-dlos8od njcu were hired' by speculators to wait In lino until they could purchase tickets, In other Rases speculators had peo plo wrlto from nthor pities, sending certlllcd chocks for tho series. After theso orders woro lilted they uro sent by tho people receiving tho tickets to tbo speculators In Now York. Thoro Is absolutely no way In which tho speculator can bo cliuiluntcil. Ho gets tickets for tho world's series In pre cisely tho manner that he Rets tick ets for tho .theaters." Concerning tho statement thnt Frank iFiirroll, owner of tho HIbIi iandcrs, was Riven no consideration In tlio matter of tickets, despite the fact ho gave tlio Giants three months' frco uso of his Rrounds when tho Polo grounds wero burned, tlio offi cials in chargo of ticket eules had nothing to say. When tho matter was called to Gray's attention, ho said; "I know nothing of tho F.irroll af fair." Itcttirn Good Klml Fortune. Pointing to a big box, stacked high with certlllcd checks and money eid ers, ho udded: "Thcro Is $100,00" u that box, all of which Is to bo return ed, because for ono reason or another tho: orders could not bo filled, Wo aro completely. swamped here. Fifteen girls woro put nt work, sorthiR ami returning tho chocks." Hundrods of lrato funs, who receiv ed neither tho tlckots they ordered nor tho return of their chocks, swarm ed about tho halls of tho National loaguo headquarters ,1133 llrondwuy. They woro not mitlslled with the as surance that tliolr money -would bo roturnod early next wcok, probably after tho series hod 'been finished. Each man had nn Individual caso that ho Insisted required a personal llitorvlow with Secretary Grny, but Gray locked hlmsolf In his prlvuto of ilco and dotallod u pollcoman to send nway all visitors. Other offlcors wero assigned to tho clearing or tho halls Fearing that tho angry men would become riotous, pAllcomon would not permit them to congregato oven In small groups. Baseball enthusiasts from all over tho country who had malted money orders for their seats, expecting thoy would bo horo and rendy for them when thoy arrived, havo como to Now York to find that thoy will either have to pay tho exorbitant prlco nsked by tho "scalpers" or return without seo Ing tho games. All Hinds of SorenebS. Tho commonest mistake made by those ordering tlckots by mall was that of sending money for single games. Thoso In chargo of tho ticket sales mo.do no reservations for slnglo games qr for two games. Tho reser vation had to bo for tho ontlro Borlcs or for pono at all. Hut thoro are scores who say thoy sent money for tho entire series and havo failed to cnt elthor tickets or monoy, iFlawtaro being picked In the state ments ot thoso In chargo of tho ttokot ealos. Thoy arguo that if reserva tions wore mado only for tho entire series thoro would only bo as many tlckots to bo sold for Tuesday and Thursday's games as there woro for Saturday's. Tho Saturday tickets wero nil reported sold early yestorday morning but it was possible to buy Continued ou IMgo Tlu-co, REBELLION SWEEPS GH WHOLEARMfESDESE A From all Parts of Empire Reports of Bloodshed and Anarchy ComePekin Itself is Threatened. Three Army Corps, 15000 Men in all, Desert to Rebels Armed Men are Plundering and Pillaging Manchuria at Will. Rebellion Rapidly Passing From Control of leaders and Attacks on Foreigners Expected Hourly linger to Missionaries in Interior Dr. Sua Yat Sen Said to be at Head of Revolt Is Not ed For Republican Sentiments. . Peking, Oct. 13. The rebellion that within n week has llamed through the contrnl province of China, has sproad now to tho north, mid from r 11 pnrts of tho cmplro comes .roporjs of bloodshed nml itnmeny. Thu cap ital Itself Is threatened and tho gov ernment, 'overwhelmed' by 'tho fury of tho storm, Is for tho moment holp lces. Communication with Hankow, Wu Chang nnd Hanyang, tho threo grcnt sister cltlqs on tho Ynngtso ltlung 'iSifi'H,rcV0'ul'0" lH oontored, has Jit4nWjiJsi(roi'cd, but not before tho litlfrjyTmVhQws Had been Hashed over lltQt.yJrif'that Hankow was In llamcs nnd tllat "incendiarism and mnssarcn wcto marching hand in hand across tho provinces of llu Teh, Hu Nan, .Szccliucn and Klnng Hu. Thro nrmy corps,-15,000 men in nil, have been deserted In tho rebels nnd the whole Imperial army Is seething with sedition. Tho torch of revolt l'luzci1,)odnyylnt Aliuit'hurlir hero throoj hundred jperVonsJifro' reported' Isluln' and bands' ofiinno'df men 'nf u wand-; . , . .1 - ,: - c - -."-- MI1K wiruiijjii ndfldotliitrflt i Jrijup' far jLU&cf country pillaging tins' bJo!ji bo. 'attack en. fiireMgnty-s lind the-, leaders of; tho leys p rovrilt havo promised llifcru tho fullest pi eduction but it Is feared that tho rebellion Is passing rup'dly out of the control bf thejleaddis mid nt nny moment tlKji-nejltlonaP. hatred bf tho wblto races'may' burst 'for.'h. A llol lllu of foreign gunboats Is anchored off Hankow and a forco of marines hits been landed under tho command of Admiral Kawashhnu, of tho Jnpa r.eso navy. Hrltlsb, American, Ger man and Japanese warships aro nlso rMrolllug tho coast but It Is In th-a Interior that tlio worst danger Hob. Tho groutest anxiety is felt for mis sionaries In Isolated up-country sta tions. Qulot has so far prevailed bore In tho capital but tlwro aro strong In dications thnt on putbrofU,ln Immin ent. The trciopa uro openly mutinous mid their olllcers do not ilaie give tlieni orders. Tho government bus slmwii Its weakness by offetlug cip ucsty tn all tobals who submit ami express contrition. All tho white it sldcuts have ga tinned In tbo logntlous end wnrnlugs havo been Issued agulust tho duiiRCr of forolgnors oiitorlng tho native city. Little Is known nf who Is leading tho revolution or even its exact alms beyond a proclamation that tho Man elm dynasty must bo destroyed Tho revolutionists nro said to bo plinulng it republic and tho master u luds. of the movement Is reported to ho Dr. Sun Yat Sen, a man ot broad education and wldo attainments, who has been In exllo for his republican sentiments but who Is now supposed to bo In Shanghai. Intense vxeite mont was caused hero today by the report from Hankow tint Lai Yuen PROGRESSIVES SESSION ClevaUnd. O., Oct. 13 iProgtes slvo nopubllcans begun laying plans lioro today to proven n solid Ohio Taft delegation ut tho Jtepubllenn con volition next Fall, Th0 campulgn will bo waged unilor tho buy passed In tho dying ilays of Dip last legislature, pro vldlng for tho direct nomination by districts of candidates for presiden tial nominations. Tho law provides that two delegates shall bo olectod In each congressional district, and four candidates by tho stato conventions Jnmos It. Gnrllold's decision to go to the progressive rally at Chicago Octobor 10 oponod tho fight. "It is certain that tho delegation from Ohio will bo split," said J. D. Fneklor, Hast Clovolnnd Irtslirgent, today. "Taft scorns certain of Cin cinnati to about tho sumo oxtont Cleveland sooms siiro for tho progres sives. The balance of tho stoto will ropresont u checkerboard of Taft and untl-Taft delegates." An attempt will bo mado by tlio 1 PUBLIC Line, ono ot tbo chief commander." ot tho Chinese nrmy, lm deserted to the lubuls nnd been elected piesldcut of tbo provisional republic. If tin . Is true, It Is bollevod almost the entire army will follow. Hankow, Oct. 1.1. Uvory hour tho llaino of rebellion Is spreading inoio rapidly over China, and tho empire seriously threatened with the destruc Hon of Its monarchy and tho establish ment of tho ili-fet Oriental republic in the history of tho world. our provinces aio now affected -Nu 1 di, Nu-Non, Klang-Sii and Seeliuen llu-l'eh ntid Szechuen are praetlcall) in tho hands ot tlio revolutionists. CIhib-JU, tl'o capital of Nu-Naii, has lovolted and Nanking, the capital ot KiailR-Sit, Is the scene or llerco Unlit li,g, the lesult ot which Is not yet known. , Dr Stn Ynts Sen, exiled for preach ing republicanism, Is now lending tho tovolutlonlsts and. his brother Sun Yu l.ns bcvn elected president of tlio pro vincial .assembly. HbtJi -nro men of wlrto education nnd'brond nnd llbcrnl' lows. All tltbjr gporatfond show the lostilt of long thought-out and enre fijfly, lirenni crt Plans nndtluis fir they luivuijuot. wkbf Ainiitlqriupted ' nuc- ''., Miiiicliii.c.Utincn'il. ( f . , Altliough strict otdors have been U- pued to leaped the lives and pio- portyj of foreiRncrs, under penalty of death, the revolutioii.tiV loudera havo Flarted a. ertiillagrntlon which thoy may not bo ablo to control. Whllo tlwro has not yet been any untl-for-elgu outbicuk, uiassncres of Manchus aro roported fioni ovory part ot the levoltlug lirovincos and tho whole country Js nbhizo with incendiary 111 os. Thousands of convicts havo been 10 IttUEed and pillaging is widespread Gruvo fear Is folt hero that tho mob, onco having tasted b'ood, will not bo easily restrained and tho foreign resi dents are waiting anxiously to hoar Hie fnmlllnr cry: "Down with mo will to devils." All of tho missionaries who woro In u-CliiuiR have sougiic leruge hero with tlio exception of Miss H. A. Kemp, of the Episcopal society and tho klfiters and members of tho Human Catholic mission who refused to dc iert their posts. Impel lul tioops aio roported on their way hero from Shanghai but it will I't a week at least before a foico can nrilve Hiilllclont to meet thvj rebels ou euual terms. Wnshliigton, Oct. 13. Tho -state do l.artineut today ircelved tho following cnblegruiu fioni Secretary Wllllcms, in chaigo of tho American embasey nt Peking "Ilunkow reported hi tlnmes. Amer leans seem to bo snf Ifteen tiiousnud sand men, eoinposing threo army corps have Joined the rebels, Communlca- lion with Hankow li cut off" WANT SPECIAL OE LEGISLATURE progressives to pass a presidential preference law by securing u special sesslo not the legislature this fall. Postpones FlRlit. Minneapolis, Minn., Oct. 13. Aviator Hugh Itoblnsou at 0 n. m. postponed the stnrt of his Mississippi valley lllght for Now Orelons for two. or throo hdurs ou account ot adverse winds Hnhinson mado two trials and decided that tho wind was too strong to make a start southward. WAR Tripoli, Oct. 13, -Preparations nro being pushed nipldly for tho military expedition to tho interior. Tho itnl lons hnyo 22,000 troops at tholr dls poBal nnd tho olllcors nivi anxious to movo the mon as soon as possible on account of tho uppoarancu of chojora tn the camp. Tho Turks ni jeported to be oc cupying entrenched position not far from tho city nnd to have in tliolr possession thltty cannons. CRUMBLING AND SLIDING OF EARTH UNDER MAMMOTH G ATI NT) AM CAUSES ALARM AMONG RESIDENTS OF NEIGHBORING RANAMA CITH MJUlkWiHiliiiiiinrri'aBinTTT ' mbllng and sliding ot tho earth I'm the dl a trous fiooeta in Wisconsin mm '" """"!, 7iiii Mi irce or thi feorb. and government olfl nt admit raslne Tho lab? t rti.l Col Gor (nG; J ''' ;'' 1, f. ul theories ot danger to the ma... cnumxl fourmontls' .Irloj In tho-eonstru. "J?!1, t, .V, o o n tf. a oU 1 1 . at Vno ground under tho Oai.m dam I no structure but thoy r many in Panama " ntl ''f ' 0pu- rontlnue to wr-nder hU would hap strong enough, to Wport the grout lake the dam will form, and p. opu pen to Colin if tlib dam would K.vo way . 0. C. BARBER SAYS G0VER1EKT ENCOURAGES nniiPiMP DiP EIMAI-PIEDQ PYPS01I IIQ AH Laughs at Taft's Statement That Sherman Law Pro secutions Have Settled Trust Question Only One Trust and That is Financial Trust Favors Initiative and Referendum Doesn't Know Three Lawyers in Akron "Who Could he Trusted on Business Proposition. Akron, O., Oi 13".r O. C. Barber, the match kin- probably will be among the Summit jjpunty delegates to tho progics no 'nop'ubllcnn con vention In Chlciijo (njiU wook. Mr. Barber Is uneeitiln whether biiiliirt will permit his (lUdndnnoo, but will bo thoro In splrb !i.$vny. , "Hvery man ;ho (JiIiiUb is nn ln aurgont." says rarljejr;..; "Affulro In this country an- bsjibt; and get. lug worse. The uMunganro simple but tho remedy a Imigviway olT, 1 am afraid that no f.iondTnft hns shot his wad. He N woldily'J and can not sen vory far." "kj "What do you thliilo ot his state ment that the Shernyly law prosecu tions have sottleit thKust eiuestlou?" "If un ordinal v mnnvtpld mo that, I would call In mafffcol." Oenernniei.t I ncourngeyi fSpugl.n;, "Tho trouble ' that) tho Ameilcan government enr Tirages every man to gouge every oti r man as much as he will stand Tim result Is that the big financiers exploit overybodv elese. CONVICTS GET Climb "Wall in Broad Daylight- triiartl Sees Thorn. Says Ho Didn'Shoot -For Fear of HittingPooplo 111 Street. Whole Matter till bo In- vostigatcd-rMay ho Conspiracy. lly t iiltnl Pi ess AVIrc Columbus, n, Oot.,43t;ndor the oyea of a ginrl, whaj'ivrmod with a rldo, stood slxtv foot nAVny. two con victs wont over tho wqfc wall of the 'penitentiary a few rojnutes hoforo noon Friday and ospapjgd Tho men aro f'lydp slmtton, sorvlng flvo years from AVllllpL county for 'burglary, and Steve '(Tloghawok, alias Stove Murray, vrvlng'Sowr years from Miami cnuntv for grand larceni Theso two bring to eighteen tho to , AWAY HtCl . . t r,nll,n frit's of the Panonva canal, with the iron's of aro u ml the g.eat .nu Qf Co,onj Panima a gnat deBl of un. They are exploited as Investors, as consumers, as laborers and as ohlp pers. They tnlk about different tniBts It Is nonosense. There Is only one trust nn dthat IB tho financial trust. France is fnr nhend of ug In such mnt ters. Thoro the government super vises all Issues of railroad bonds, making suio there la no Water and then underwrites the bonds. Tho common people buy thoin merely as a safe Investment. "What wo need Is to curtail the American right to gouge and endenv to to cstnblish a community of inter est, n- relationship In which e-vory man will recele his duo." "Do you favor an lulatlve and re ferendum?" "I do, ovon though I think Us re sults may bo disappointing ut first. Seventy por cout ot our law-makers ere lawyeis, to suy nothing of tho judges who are lawyers nml mnko moro law than the leglslatmos. "I don't know Mutto lawyers In Akron who could bo trusted on n buslnosg proposition." tal number of escapes sinco T. H. B .(ones boeuino wuidon In Hay, 190K. "I saw tho two mon going over the wall, but I didn't shoot at them be eaiibo I wa afraid of hitting people u ho were passing In the street be low,' explained Guard Steinard, who was on duty In the tower noar which the men escaped. Stelnard's explanation IB to be' rig idly investigated. "We'ie going to find out whother any guards winked ut tho oscape ot thoso two men, lust to ombarraM AVnrdon Jones." said a penitentiary official, llcceutly tluro hna devolopad friction between Jones and soma of tho guards. How tho two convicts managed to leach the top of tho wall, without be ing seen by any of tho guaida. U one of tho mysteries of tho oscape that will bo looked into. Once outside tho wall, Murray and Stratton scurried eluwn un nlloy and hooded for tho railroad yards. That was tho lust soon of them Stratton wns formerly a student at Purdue unlvorslty, Lafayette, liulluna, and has tattooed on ono ot his nrun the name of tho Greek lotter fraternity of which ho 1h a monibor. Ills moth er llvos at Starr und Parker streets, Toledo, Oh'lo. To Declnio I'ene'o. London, Oct. 13. It Is roported hero that ft high official of tho foreign of l.fO has statod that peace will he dc oared between Italy nnd Turkey Vt Un it, a fortnight, 8EV0L0TI0!) IS 1PEN0ING Young Turks Are Bound to Upset All Condi tions. INSIST ON PROSECUTING WAR Will Take Stops in Parlia ment to Carry Out Their Plans. London Newspapers Say Turkey is Crumbling Away. Hy Itnltfid Press Wire London, Oct. IS. The most serious news baa reached bore from Constan tinople, whore every Indication points to an linpondlna; revolution with con seeiucnceu of tremendous importance to tlio ist of Kurope. The Young tut ks, by far tho moat powerful and beat organized party lu tlio empiio, are committed Itiavocably to war and li Is believed aro equally detet mined to depose tlfcj sultan. When . pailiament opens tomorrow their delegates will inalat that Hit war ugnlnat Italy is prosecuteel to the bitter end. Resolution will also be introduced for the connecutlon of Ita lian property In Tuikoy and tlte im mediate expulsion of all Italian (turn the Turkish dominions. Those steps we-ie decided upon to day at a caucus held In Constanti nople, and the Young Turks leaeleis confidently assert that tlvay have a culllclunt majority to compel the ado ption nf their policy. The London papers all take a gloomy view of the situation. The Daily Tolegrnph'a Constantinople oorros londent wires that Tutkey is crumbl ing away. The same authority says the problem of combining iglaniUni u ml constitutionalism lma ptoved In soluble and that the old autocracy may bo rostored with Prince Yussof, tho licilr apparent 011 the throno. In the uuuntlmo, thcro Is marching and counter-marching nlonR tho Bnl l.un borders wlier tho sick man's ret lutitlesu i'oort llngor tholr sword hilts nnd wait ongerly for n. propitious mo ment to strike. Bulgnrla, Sorvln, ltoutnaula, Montenegro, hating each other but tinting much moro tholr common foe. nro nrmlng owry nvall i.blo matt and stralnlm; fovorlshly nt the leash. DEFENSE CALLS I'll! Y Grand Jury Which Ar raigned Harrington is Discharged. WON'T PRESS CHARGE 'U Prosecution Asks Latitudo in Questioning Jurors " be Narrowed. But Judge Eefuses Wants to Give Both Sides all Latitude. llrriMio Clnlnis Action of Judges in C.mml Jury Mutter Indicates Tluit He lias Dceildcil to Sldp With' Pro- f'C'llllllll till Tilnilrlr. 1 ' ' ..- , ,. ..,.. !, p ny united Itawi Tlrfc .' Xoi AbBoU'si", 'Oi3t. ,131 .When tho examination, n't Mctyatharhfvohlreyiipn wa t resimiell by Attorney Lecompto for Uin ilcfbnso at tho opcnlnir of court today tho proseuutlon registered stren uous opposition to Judgo Uordwcll'a niilnh- that tho wtdet latitudo will bo allowed in determining whether pros !p'tle Jurors are opposed to labor unions. The stato Inslstod that tho fan that Jnmes U. MeNamnra Is ft member of ft union Is no roason to compel n venire to explain Its posi tion on the union question. Judgo liordwell explained his desire to glvo both sides the benefit of overy priv ilege under tho code nnd told District Attorney Fredricks ho would have tho -ame rlBht whon he examined tho men to determluo whether the venire -is opposed to the Merchants nnd Man ufacturers' association. ( The defense is hlghly.tpleas'etlover the, iyiiouiipemonUtliatr tho Ifctnte-MU grand Jury which has been in session for ft yeur, will finally dissolvo this afternoon. McNiimnra's attorne.y.'i openly assort thnt tills Would not have been brought about had not they filed with tho court affidavits de manding ft change of Judgo on tbo ground that this particular grand jury was kept allvo for the benefit of tho prosecution. Dcreitjo Clnbila Victory. "; ' . The affidavits Oited tho fffct'tliat J on September lS, 'Jif'dg'e BoAtwell or dered tho Inquisitorial body to-bring John It Harrington, attorney for tho d"fene, before hint to explain "whotliA er he offered "D. 11. Ingor soll of San Francisco $5,000 and an automobllo to Infludnfco his wife to fall to Identify James B. McNamara as Jnmes Urlee., Bordwoll directed Harrington to answer tho grand Jury's tiuestloti und now that the Jury Is being dissolved without pressing tho point, tho defonso Insists I' has won ft victory. It declares thja a"tlou means tho court bus decided to side with the proseuutlon no longer,. It is hoped that, whon court ad journs this afternoon, tho majority of the remaining members of tho Initial veniro will have beon disposed of so that a second panel can bo drawn to be sorved Monday. This lJunllkely, howovor, bocause of tho latitudo ex tended to both sides by tho court, z That the court fears that tho Illness or death of one Juror might caUsd.4 mistrial Aas made evident when ho instructed the nttornejs for both sides that, In examining venlrotnon, tliepr might devolop a Juror's stato of henlth before finally adeptlng him. ROOSEVELT STABS AI Says General Troaties Aro of no Great Im- portance. v - w v Uy United Preae Wlro. t Now York, Oct. 13. Declaring that "general arbitration tronUos uro mero ' promissory notea nnd thnt no pro mlso comes In tho snme cntegory ns eetlon," Theodore Itoosewlt, in the current number ot Tho Outlook, says: "1 do not regard even good gene eial arbitration treaties no ot really prime importance" " '- Holding up the action of Russia in i ef using to permit American cltlzons ot Jewish fnlth to tiavel In that coun try us un indication of the readiness with which troaties aro disregarded. Mr. Roosevolt suggests tlwt tho Ques tion of abrogating tho llusso-Amer-lean tieaty of 1132 bo submitted to ar bitration. Mr Hoowvolt says that It is Iri" evitabb the treaty will bo denounced and rolatlvo to tho possibility of en tering Into a new agreement to nrbl- trute all differences, adds; "Under no clrcumstftiiccs would wo make wllfi Russia or with any other power a treaty which expllclty permitted such dHcrlmlnutloiia us Ilusslu actually r tikes against certain classes of ?ur citizens." 1'lglitliig on Montenegrin Border. London, Oct. 13. A dispatch from Constantinople says that fighting lias broken out on tho Montenegrin bore or. A Montonogrln patrol was at tacked by a Turkish patrol find Yi Montenegrins and threo Turks wer. killed. Further troublo is feared, ARBITRATION Y ,l J f ,! I'UiJi ''1! f m'I lii X, 1 W y i -If - IS 'in? l9Kf i.uJv-ittiltillit1fftV,1fcli llfJ,''l Vlfc-, (v .w;l-.