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THE SCRANTON TRntUNE- TT'KSDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 13. 1894.
F. E. WOOD,
f i in imimi DAILY ami ntlM 19 BOBA
Ton. Pa., bY TDK TMiavm Pbduibim
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SeiunJCUiu .V. Hatter.
THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE.
SCRANTON. FEBRUARY 13, I8N
REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET
REMEMBER THE DATE.
Some of the poltNeul rapUUnt an
tarful thai tkt oitUtnt of ftmnay?
mnia litti fotgtl thul Mr. ifiw'n bio
majority uist be fast by then on nixt
Jtautay, fob. .'. For our oira
vr tn$pict ihut thts anxltty in iwK
uary. Tkt ptoplt of I A In etfinwioii"
tra((A or not WArfly forget a
II nicA lnvdf moiilm 11 ' MltWttlfr '
Hiinisrii'mii, flU'S IllOiltt UWV MOW
against the common enemy. Don't
worry about the liouterntiit govern or
ibip. Tnis is the people's year; mid
the people will not scruple to call the
candidate that they really wuut.
Tiir OBJECTION ma le by thoie dh
roscd to murmur u t uny proposition to
incur new municipal indltrtdniiM for
public iniproveuu'ut i-i tint taxes in
Bontl tOO urn already too Mull. lr will
tc ramStybered (bat last luramer Tin:
Tlilbl ne printed ti comparative tablr
ibowiog that of all the loading Penn
sylvania citio. Bcranton, laid itc all
thiuRs into proper neconnt, hid tiio
loWeit rate of municipal taxation.
There isouly 0:10 fair w.-iv to m ike com
patflioni and that ii to redttBs the
varioiw appraisements to a common
level before computing the par osntnge
collected tit tax. On th basis of full
valuitioii. Scranton'e per atntage, for
municipal purposes, was the lowest iM
heat which la supplied for the asking
by nature itself.
Bat if "our expectation of cheaper
eastern coal" through the action of
congress id unreasonable, what ure
tliese eastern fellowi making such a
ridiculous nolle about? And if no harm
is to be done to anybody, why do Amer
ican coal pro luoeri and American coal
Qarrleri raWo such a din.' Surely it
cannot be out of sheer hostility to the
shivering inhabitants of the sub-tropic
ul western cons'
WHEN Tiir: VilitR-U.irrn N-w.
Dealer says that the "tiinlT Question
doesn't antar Into the production of a
single ton of the haril 'blaok dirt
ntondi' " we fnar it aithar hides behind
n tfchnicalily or is deliberately fooling
its reader. U enters so far into this
"production" that without the pros
perity which is an Am m i,-in conse
quence of protection to horns iodOS
the list, excepting possibly one or two tries, the market for Industrial sizes of
uiitc'h smaller oomtdnnltlea lacking
many of our facilities. To say that we
iiave riu-hed the limit of our tax-bearing
ability when Improvement are
genuinely needed is to exhibit Scran-
ton In ft parsimonious and unenviable
liht before tiie general public, which
has come to look upon lull city as a
distinguished oentef of snap, vim and
all round en lei prise .
mil 1 '
Wilson's omen makei:.
A great ado was recently mule hy
the revenue spoliator boauaeof the
alleged Increase of taxation npon
wlilskt V and vpiiit in bono, conltin
anthracite is almoat wholly cloaed,
irblle nearly one-half of the eighteen
hundred and liftesn thousand Amerl
cans who gain their livelihood tbrongb
the inovrtuetlt id' freight cars are with
out work, Remove the tariff on hi-
1 1) III i i i 1 1 4 coal, let the N0V.1 Scotimi
I article be ibfpped in at prloel below
ti.use with which anthracite opera tors
can compote, and you'il see whether
the taiitt' iliosl.ion do sti'l "enter into
the hat', I c ial business," and into the
railroad business, the general mrohan
dise business end every other
j business whioh fluctuates in
wish tin- 1 luinesa of our mines
that, deserves applause. All have done
their beat to aaaiat in the search and sift
every clue without hope of rewurd. Fur
this UcrantOD sets a tinu example, and In.
Cidentally reveals the spontaneous iutersst
taken in a matter that alfects the public
Weal ami culls for pub.10 syuiputhy u, does
thucate iu hand.
To 1, Child
for tbs scitASTON TniBUMx:
Thy strengtbfal lanoeencd mskos strong
The lives that thee SBtwiOf.
Karth-taught hunisiiity auiung
What virtue such a-- thine '
To thee, who knotveat naught of wrong,
W e 1 ling as i- lugs a vine.
Ami may'ai tboo, 0 b-iu-r bleu,
Tbr aib life, with spirit wild.
( leavi untoUim f of strength, ho beat
Did love the little eui,dt
As we (leave unto film, expies-t-J
lii thee, 1 buii uudefileu,
TOIRO iQ 11 U. K ,! .
)R1 INKi NM Ss
TOBACCO HABI I' ,
Np Injetttioas, Ko lneatiV3iiieiK,e no loss
it time ireetoieat your own hoote, Oares
after othsr m ituods tall
Asli your druggist for I'llO-lt ' mis. Con
saltation and trestmant free. Addi , con-
Bdentiaily, ''r'HO-RE'-XOl CUKE" CO.,
Si- StltOll, PS.
GOLDSMITH'S $ BAZMR
Will exhibit during this week their first importations of high-
IMPORTED DRESS GOODS
Consisting of Crepon Bouillone, Tissue Brocle, EtofFe Panache,
Crepon Guire, Fantasie Traverse, Plain and Printed apanesc
Silks, Figured and Striped Glace Silks and Wash Dress Novelties.
SI'KCIAL OPKNINO SAI.K OF
It'll do II
rasirscvecUng one. kaebaranf, as witk vAec (he Wilson bill, fdefaut has
11 red aoi araatitiig u
lie mini, (A,- pHblie 1
pvMfe pi- i.tt booh.
t at I
M, Oil" IH' MKJ-
oNsefeace uad the
Explain NBiTTuealaj, at the p lis,
how you like the 'change."
Willi tXICTlOM day only oue weak
away, PanosylvanU expects every pro
tsctiouijt to do his couiplete duty.
SORAHTON ISN'T yet ready to hang
out the "standing room only'' sign,
when needed new budges will opeu
the way to bundredaotoheap and com
fortable new homes.
now com cut 11. at instead of iocreas
iin this tnx the lilt really reduces it
amazingly, and, either stupidly or de
II berate) v, opens the door to an addi
tional dsfioleuuy in our annual revenues
Certain to he as much as $18 7id 00J,
and possibly as bigQ as $118,730,000,
A Washington correspondent of the
New York St)u sredits the following
explanation to Frank A Flower, of
Superior, Wis., and it is too clearly In
portaut not to be given 111 detail
Hitherto tuo tax 0:1 Whiskey has bien
',10 cents a gallon measured at the time
it is stored; and the period during
which it could remain in bond, tax un
paid, has been live years. By the Wil
son bill, the tax has been niaed nomin
A ViWl for Mr Grow, to look really
wll dhonhl hrt eo.onn.iliirtil Lv SAVeral .
hours of earu.'st inissiunarv work ally to 1 a gallon, the bonded periol
Then cannot be too much ginger In the etendtd to eig'it years; ul the
..h..i,.i MmfiMlttAnafnMtTiiesdav'a ' -t mount of shrink tg m bti.lt ins lesn
I Mhohief makers have been seeking, the
past wevk.to civ-ile iliseoril-eiiiniig It-pub-
icau poseibilitlei far congresi next full;
hut then success has n o been marked, li
is the fundamental determination of nil
genuine Kepnblicani jttSt OOW tO Select tile
strong,! aviilnhle protectionist, onu
wbnse eleotiou will be assured and Whose
nsefntness thereafter will be steady and
Close observers predict thai Represent a
: tive Van. of the l'irt, will be re-uomi-oated
without serious show of opposition.
There is no antagonism to bun 111 Hyde
Park, and little, if any, iu Providence,
ins re-elect ioti would keep Bcranton
prominently and advantageously hotoie
I the people ut the state. His abilities for
legislative hustling are unsurpassed,
At Prices Much Lowe
it i siONtriCAXT tiut complalati as '
to the great cost of the bridge improve- j
msnts come iu largest volume from
those win have the least ressou to
complain. Progress costs: but in the
ead it is a paying investment.
There u this consolation in th Wil
son bill. It may turow the American
workingman out of a job, and leave his
family as a charge of charity; but it
can proudly sxult that it doesn't raise
the cost of his whiskey or his beer'
If it 1- the belated purpose of coun
cils to uiaue certain corporations give
something to the public iu rsturu for
the privileges they euj jyfrotu the pub
lic, why not dig down to the root of
the matter'.' Why not put the wires
ii wi WKRK certain that the pole tax
or linauce "is the tirst step toward un
derground wires" we should b
strongly tempted to unite unreservedly
with the Green Bldgl item in support
of the dollar tax. But why not begin
to bury the wires at once'.'
There w as a good cartoon in laat
weeks Judge, showmz Don (irover
(Quixote's broken-up appearance after
his romantic encounter with the Ha
waiian wind mill. It snggests the fate
iu stors for Free Trader Hancock whea
La shall have heard from iuduitrial
lr not LO be borne in mind by each
citizeu that a vote for Nay Aug park
next Tuesday will not mean a vote to
increase the tax rate, but simply to le
galize a purchase already provided tor.
It will need a practically unanimous
vote, but the park ipae-ition is fortu
nately one to which there is ouly oue,
aud that the affirmative, side.
EX-MINISTER Patrick EOAX, wiio
Lad been in retirement for sums time,
has become conspicuous out la St.
Louis by forming part of a company
which proposes to place telephones la
residences and baslneai h ou-w-i at n
uniform rental of $t per month. It
wouldn't be a bad Idea to invito Mr,
l.gau to come to Scrauton.
Mr. HaNOOI k, in each of iiis speeches,
anDouures himself frankly as a bold
freetrader. He admits, with delicious
naivety, that the Wilson bill doesn't
go fsr enough, but qualities this ssser
Hon by additig that, no doubt, the long
entrenched system of protection could
not safely be uprooted all at once, in
this rsspect the protective system dif
fers abruptly from Mr Hancock's
hopes, whieh will be pulled up with a
thud, one week from date
It is sow Intimated that the senate
finance committee, to which the over
hauling of lb Wilson hill has been
mantled ia the upper chamber, will af
fix a duty of fifty cents on bituminous
coal, bat will deny any protection to
iron, ore and wool. This concession on
coal is uot granted as a matttr of prlo -ciple.
but purely as an act to prevent
Heinocratio disintegration, Tue de
structive intention of the dominant
element is revealed uniformly and un
mistakably. The power to work uni
form evil is tue only thing that it
lacks. Those who believe in protec
tion as a principle and who see, from
recent occurrences, that it cannot be
safely departed from, will not again
make the mistake of entrusting t mil
revision to those having a deadly Ua
tred of piotectioa iu all its phases.
The fear that trouble may dsvelop
because of the spirited canvass in pro
gress for the lieutenant governorship
should be dismisssd by Republicans as
supersensitive aud supertluotit. The
psrty this year will have plenty of life
and dash Its nomination! will bo
bouors well worthy of brisk competi
tive struggle. Hut the fair choice of
au honest majority will at once receive
the unwavering support of all ; and the
better exercise candidates and dele
gates have before conventions nomi
nate, the more devotedly they will
stand together in the common cause
tixel at from S gallons in 40 for two
mouths' bonding, to gallons in 40
for seventy-two months', Tims, under
the prsent law, a 10 -gallon cusk of1
Whiskey must pay a tax of $30, Under ;
the Wilson bill, at the end of 1
six years, the tax of ijl 1 gallou is j jj,-,r M,W pj. BroWn, nf Erie, Colonel
to be paid, not on 40 gallons, but I Tom Stewart's present deputy in the see.
(n S8 callous The tax will thus I retaryahlp of internal affaire, and the man
7 a u - , . 1 j. 1, j : who tore down the rebel Bags at Chicago,
amount to $23.60 instead of $80, and 1 i,h.inB ..,,., time pr it These davs.
As the recognized leaders in this line, we can assure our
!Hi4.TTR la,v in'-n.lsiliat the new styles ol Nighl Gowns, Chemise, Cor-
set Covers and Skirts now shown by us are unequalled for
workmanship, material and cheapne33.
100 dozen Night Gowns at 49c. and 59c. tnat are
IS SHOWING S0ML: DRtSSY
FOR SPRMG WEAR Goldsmith Brothers & Company.
The latest Hurry in local poliliol has
been reused by the annuuncatnent 'hat
Prank H, Clem ni is an active oandidata
l,,r the OOSitlon now graced by Sheriff
Jnliii if. 1'ahey.
linnet a comparative loss of s, ,) on
each -liJ-gallon cask As the whiskey
withdrawn each year amounts to
2,800,000 casks, the net loss will b
jl.ToU.uiw a year. Moreover. Wbklcty
now in bond osn, under the new law,
remain in bond frjiu three to live years
longer without plying tlXSS, and so, 111
order to secure the full benefit of tin
shrinkage of 11- gallons per cask it
would not surpriie -anybody to see all
the whiskey now in store hold three
years more and all receipts, practically,
from the whiskey tax thus susp uded,
makini a further deficiency of nearly
ijliM.i.OOu.ouO per year for three years
If to the $73,000,000 annual deficiency
created iu Wilson s bill without refer
ence to this astounding gap in the in
ternal revenues we add the maximum
amount of decrease explained above, or
$118,750,000, the Democratic party will
stand committed to a nmsuro which,
in a time of national depression ; treas
ury emptiness, and forced federal loans,
pre poses deliberately to knock off $108
000,000 from the governments annual
receipts under the McKiuley tariff, or
almost half the running expenses of the
government, inclulinir pension'. And
the only straw with which it proposes
to stem this fearful tid 1 of indebted
lie-is is the revived war exigency of a
tax on incomes, at a tune when even
those incomes are threatened, if not
directly interrupted, by the colossal
folly of the party's tarilf schedule!.
If yell are sick of this nauseating in
efficiency of legislation, vote next
Tuesday for Qalnsba A (irow.
It begins to look as if tho humorist
who had been writing those diverting
' lietiiocrntic harmony'' articles for the
Philadelphia Keoord has been settoi,.'
14 an outright eanm iaie r pi 'oraouoq,
but 1 beet bv such formidable rivals as
Charles Voorheea, 3. M. Rlshpaugb, or
Tankhaauock, Giles l. Price, or Kris, and
Major Sam joaob, of Bcbuylkill. The ar
bttration plan between Major Brown and
Colonel Price has been abandoned, ami
each Will, from present appearances, be in
the tight to the finish.
Kingston's jovial J. Ilennetl Brail h lakes
the liberty ol bis position as president of
the Kiiicy Sassafras club to propose Abram
Nesbitt for the Itepiiblican cougret-sinnal
standard bearer, m opposition to .Mr.
Hine. Aud yet. ooiisideriiut the matter
Seriously, whv not? it Wonld take a very
earnest seonring -if the Twelfth to dis
cover 11 lMtt-r qualified representative of
the solid and responsible business interests
of that now poorly represented district,
When in Bcranton last week Mr. Grow
spoke with confidence as to the prospect,
hut admited that 'Iih ou thing to fear is
a light vote. The election rC-ne week
from toiluv--conies at an unfamiliar
period, and the result is taken bv many as
so much a tnstter of course that they do
not pause to consider that if thousands
like themselves, nil over the rommon
weslth, were to remain away from the
polfi, it would rob the election of its great
est significance. Kverv wage-earner aid
every business man has a personal busi
nes interest in next Tuesday's balloting,
winch will be "eriou'ly Impaired If Air.
(irow's majority be not well up iu the
Ei Congressman Miller win iiouhtiess bo
tho candidate of Mercer county Republi
can this fall in opposition to Judge .Me
haul, whom the Democrats will renomi
nate. The two wi-r- pitted against each
other for Judicial honors a decade ngo,
but Republican defections enabled tho
Democrat to win iu a district normally
Republican by several bundled majority.
Mr Miller is, however, nil insatiable
fighter, (u fact, his love for a political
' inu-s is SUCb that many would sooner
Dim in Congress, where he made a
iplendld record, than nn the bench.
work upon that paper's defense of free
coal. At nil events there is a fresh
ness, a jucinesii, n sweet and soothing
abandon, about the Record a coal edit
onal which we do not recollect to
have been so vivid a feature of them,
We have noted already the inspired
irnnv of the Record's nsserfion that
. "the wages of the bituminous coal
I miners in Nova Scotia'are higher than
I the wages of the ninari in Pennsyl
vania " Even if this were tm, which
it isn't, it would bo an exceedingly di
v. rtin prdlcy on the part of American
legislators to ihrow the Pennsylvania
miners even worsi into the hole, by
taking from many of them nil their
chance nf employment at all. And
again, we have enjoyed, as one enj ,ys
armej u d' espiit, the buoyant and
eager confidence of the Record that
Canada wonld kindly throw all her
inaikets at our feet, tin moment we
should let the Whitney syndicate,
which Canadians, themselves, have no
snndti! liking for, get, free of duty.
Into our magnificent home markets ami
revel iu the profits conditioned upon
the humiliation of-.mr horns producers.
But we have reserved for pres"iit de
lectation this crowning coruscation of
Philadelphia Record humor: "Sj far
as the sastern markets are concerned,
auv expectation of u re luctiou of the
cost of coal by the action of congress
would he aluioit as unreasonable as are
the fears of the carrying corporations
from such action Hut to the people
of the Pscific coast, who draw some of
their supplies of coal from British
Cilurahia and from more distant Aits
Iralia, the duty of seveuly-tive tents a
ton is an oppression mid an iniquity.
To these people the tt eal of the coal
duly would bo a genuine boon, while it
could do no harm to anybody el.v. "
One can imagine the delight of these
Pacific coasters ss. shivering Iu the in
tense coid of a temperature that never
falls below sixty degrees, Kalirenlieii,
they view the prospects of release from
a duty on the fuel they never need to
burn, and revel iu the anticipation of a
I'or the lirst time in many years, cer
tainly for the 11 ret time in this generation,
KepunltOana Ol New ork city are pre
taring to make a general contest ill tin
city congress districts next fail. One of
the quick results of Lemuel Qnlgg's sue
cess has been the npenlng of Republican
eyes to the fuel that Democrat 10 POOtrol,
with lie attendant OVlll of Industrial idle
ness and Virtual nntionni bankruptcy, Is'ot
much of an incentive, even 111 Tammany
ridden Qotbam, to the retention of Demo
cratic representatives In congress. The
right kind of Republican nomlnees,rlghtly
supported by loyal parly leadership,,, ueht
to cut the very v it als 011 1 1 d the senseles'i
lloiirtioii en p emery in a city so heavily
burdened is the metropolis by the pros
ent business stagnation.
Ex Cleneral Maater Workman Powderly
is deep in ttie Intricacies of Blackstode,
( hilly and Colin on Littleton, lie lakes
to tie, law. it is said by visitors to Judge
Smith's office, Ilka on,, who was predes
tined to adorn the barrister's vocation.
The long training which Mr, PoWdeMy
hns hid in the formulation of special plana
and his judicial and analytical turn of
mind lead to the prediction that he will
become a notable recruit to the bar of pro
gressive and nggiensivti Lackawanna.
Dr T)pw Enlightens tin Britishers.
From Uti fintlttnlh Century AfUdt.
If the much-heralded nie.i-ire which was
to repeal the alleged atrocities of the .Me-
Rlttley bill and curb the repu ed rapnc it y
of the tariff robhei baron ever roaches Pre
sident Clevelnnd for his Signature h will
uot recognize it. '. . the mean time the
people, bgrrased with dottbtaand fem.
losing money, or out of employment., with
t he impatience nf despair or of hunger, ate
clamoring for action, Every day s delay
is regard,-1 ns further evidence of Incapa
city for government. L'nder these crrcum
stances a miracle can scarcely pass u
mesnre whlob would materially niter the
present kw, mid only a miracle can pre
vent the return if the protectionists ko
But It Will Not Cain. Defeat.
Repnbliuan organs like the v7llkes-Barre
Itecord and BCRaMTOM Tiiiiumc, Who have
been having ho much fuu among thum
si lves about di-s-iHions In Ilia Dem icratlc
party, have now the entertainment
brought Into their own bonwhn)d, Tho
ICoism In their ranks In Vew York U veiy
pronounced and affirmative, Indeed.
Tbt'ie Nn Mossbacki ii Beranton,
11 1 t'si Berre Ffsisa
Jt Is only fair to say 1 bin the police nnd
others in authority In Bcranton, bave aided
the sen rib for 1 in- misalng Brbtherton boy
with a degreu uf esrnestnees aud siucerity
CAPES 18 INCHES DEEP.
French Coney Capes, 18 iiichoa deep $ sou
Astrakhan Capes, " " .... 4 nu
Astrakhan ('apes, " " .... .'no
Atarakhan Uapes, " " .... am
Dyed Opossum Ciip.'S " " .... HUO
Mousey Capes. " ',,., 1'.' U0
Monkey Capes, " " .... 14011
Nat. Otter Capea, " " .... -non
Nat. Otter Capes, " " .... :ij on
Krtmmer Canes, " " l uu
Bt-aver Capes, " " .... ih
ntrtii I yiies " " I.. 1.0
Baal or Persian Capes 11 " .... t'5 i
Alaska Heal Capea, " " .... :w no
Alaska Seal Capes, " .... ;si UU
Mink Capea. ' " .... Oil HO
Hi own Marten CaDSS " " -'" 'S)
CAPES 22 INCHES DEEP.
Astrakhan Capea, SH inches deep.
hlectrii- heal ( i"-s. "
French ( lonSy ( 'ps, M
mrown llartea Capea "
Monkey CSpSS, " ,
... u m
.... u uu
.... Ii" no
. Ml on
DO YOU SELL?
OR ARK Y TJ
d' Mixed Candy, Clear Toys,
if any Btyle of Candy or Nuts,
Express SVagons, Velocipedes,
Tricycles, Doll 'uIjs, Urnmi
or Toys ol' every kind.
China Dolls, Was Dolls.
Patent Dolls, Jointed Dolls,
any kind of doll from 25c to flD
SLEDS OR SLEIGHS
For Hoys, Qlrla or 1 hU, in
Alaple. Oak or Iron, from 25c.
e have Hie goods ami out
prices are right. Wholesale
nu AY RON
EXTRA SPECI l
SANDERSON'S KNG1 ISH
CAST M l 1.1.
HORSE s;(i g
WILEY a RUSBELL AND WELLS BROS Bl REW
l 11 ING M U HIM
a i.t -
It It. SPIKES
J. D. WILLIAMS & BRO,
311- Lac ka Ave.
Highest Cash Prices Paid lor Haw Furs, mk.. ., ie. i w.i v .-r su, ,,,, eom-
niittws tor Snnuay Srliools. I-airs, ti-stlvats
Wholesale and retail dealers' in Wagonmaker' and Blacksmiths'
THE DICKSON MANUFACTURING CO
SCRANTON AND W1LKES-BABRK, PA. MANT7PACTOREBS 'J?
Locomotives and Stationary Engines, Boilers.
HOISTING AND PUMPING MACHINERY.
Repairing Furs a Specially.
GKsneral Office, SCRANTON. r.v
Ollice Supplies of all kinds
Inks and Mucilages
LIN FOUNTAIN PENS.
Ageuta fot Crawford's Pens and
Buck's Flexible Rubber Stamps.
Mationers anil EigriVer
f.lT IjACK ANNA AVE
Walter's Stock of Dry Goods
MONDAY. FEBRUARY 5
EDWIN G, LLOYD
423 Lackawanna Avenue.
308 Lacka. Avenue,
AND AT THE
ASK YOUR GROCER AND INSIST UPON HIS FURNISHING YOU WITH f
HE DUTHEIL STUDIO,
01 c I UKAW IWI I Ml',
Old CB INTOM, PA,
1V1NO maih'. :i contract itii
DELIwIOUS, MI1D 8UGAII C XT IX 33 13
EVERY HAM AND RAIL. OF LARD BRANDED.
THE STOWEiVS PACKING CO., SCRANTON, PA
THE TRADE SUPPLIED
TT a trama laetora to turn out l . X
n Inunoa between now and Chral
A A me& 1 w inli toHiitioiinco totli,- nub
Hathat I will uikki- . UENU1NK
UHAYOS IMHTHAir , oii-tl Iroiu
,iv nmll 0110 ABSOLUTELY r'HEE Ot"
LAlfcal ITVLEa OP FRAMES rROJI
'J Ml I PWARD.
PralBM S" DM cent. Us thun rogulur pr.
K im 1 111 ii Artiat