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1 H uniTED IN
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I Sidney Brewster a Strange
PiighiWhenHewasPulled
M of the Water
FELL FROM A FERRY
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Man Can Give of His Strange
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I faerice Who Went to Rescue
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Cap Brady of the tuir Confidence
was steerlne nls craftdownihe upper
j bay offthe Statue of Liberty at 220
oclock Ms morning when there wag
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borne to tls earsonthe breeze the sound
i ota maid yolce enunciating a song lIe
4 Ihfnall ito the engineer stop andAII
hands gathered for < vard to listen
HudJenJyft glliyterilnir object appeared
off thi starboard how tWILl a plus
hut Under the hat was a face and
from the > face won Issuing the voice
Lifted the Man onDeck
III ii Capt Brady steered his tug alongside
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j Mvai to remove his hat abstract a wot
Continued on Second Inlle
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tl that the demand for female
help should have grown to
P the point where It equals and
even exceeds the call for
male workers
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however by these figures
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Women Girls ut
I Men Boys
I wetll offered positions > last week
through V
I Morning Yord Help Wants
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I CORDOVA CASE
GOES f TO JURY
FOR DECISION
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Court Upholds ExPreacher
in Declining to Incriminate
Bowne Girl Evidence
HE STICKS TO REFUSALS
I Despite RedHot CrossExam
in tioh Does Not Mention
Julia Bownes Name
CIPHER LETTERS KEPT OUT
Endearments Contained Therein 80
Warm Cord va la Excused from
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NEW BRUNSWICK March 14J F
Cordova wtioso three elopements will
Julia Bbwne have brought him to a
prison cell was in thaCounty Court to
day a quart of an hour before the
Judgeand ready to take the stand to
further his defense of aVandoment
of his wife and children He was scru
pulously dressed and bore no traces of
the convulsive Demotions which racked
We frame yesterday d 0
Julia Bowne did not leave her eel
this morning Cordova sent nor word
that ho need not appear In court A4
bG had recov redfromthoortealof
yesterday eufflclejit to bear up under
tbetTlaloftodayInhor cell she re
pot asked about iCordovu and the
nessiffcs hid a dlre effect upon her
omotlortal bearlofr Mr8 Cordova and
her daughter lUica were > In court
I Bill for Corsets
I Prosecutor ieiiJJna boa t1t f PfO
ceedlngs with th4ueatton > V 0
Whotojwere you withIn Phllada
nhlll < I 0
T ° refuse WJfn nlet WWOuldJIDo
crtailnnte jnewtt the answyf
I Judge String then surprised all by
i permuting witness to decline to an
0 swer The prosecutor then tried to
force on answer from the witnesswhich
would bring Into the evidence the fact
tthatft woman waswith him but Judgc
String upheld Cordova his refusal to
answer 0
IAblll from Wanamakers Philadelphia
house wns then handed the wltnen It
bore the date of May 18 and wu for
good charged to Cordova May 18 Is
the day after he eloped Among the
Item were articles of feminine wear
such as corsets Cordova declined to
Answer booaUe the purchaseof re t8
would tend to incriminate hIm
Prosecutor Berdlne then took the wit
ness from Philadelphia to Washington
New Mexico and Mexico
Did you have companyt
I decline to answer
I Who paid your fare
I did for myself t
And tor whom elwt
I decline to answer If 0
Use for that Money
What did you do with theS900tou
received from the Camden buIldIng and
Loan Awoclatlon on May 18
I tried 10 get away from the threats
ot you i and Mrs Cordova that you would
arrest me
The Witness retused tOi tell whO he
met at Tanners Corners New Bnina
wlekon the old ground Throughout
the crossexamination he1 protected the
woman whom everybody knew to have
been hia companion on the transcon
tinental trip
The witness said that In August ho
had met his brotherinlaw Samuel
Obro and that htoltS him ho was
ready to mipport his wife and children
although TVO would have to leave thorn
as Obre requested 0
After a long wrangle between the at
torneys the prosecutor began a line of
Inquiry wbleh ran over the route of thn
gecond Journey Then matters of ecclo
BlastJoil incumbency resignation were
told until Cordova was ready to start
on his third trip I
When eaw It wag Impossible to do
anything for Mns CXindova Chen I got
ready to leave win
dpi or Letters Kept Out
The cipher letters whtoh Cordova
In New York wrote to Julia Downe In
South River were produced Thev are
full of vldoua endearments and trying
to keep the cue as clean at possible
the Judge ruled against the compulsion
of the translation by the wltnesa or
an admission of his having written
them Cordova did not show 6 trace
of nervousness during the crossex
amination although the prosecutor in
sinuated that he was a coward for drop
ping behind the protecting bulwark of
self Inorlmlnatfon and Intimated
that ho wan a wlfebeator
Attorney Oook began to sum ujj for
Cordova at 280 oclock this afternoon
Ho apoke for nearly an hour and then
Prosecutor Berdlne dollvewd his closing1
argument
Thn Judges cftinme WM brief and th
Jury retired to doade upon Its verdict
When tho Jury had boon out forty
minutes the strain told on Cordovn
and he broke Into tears and leaned his
head on the shoulder of his counsel
The Jury in the onasult case wns then
dlsmiMd until 1080 tomorrow when
the trial In that CMC will bo begun
COTTON GOES UP A
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IDO lIAR A BAkE
For a marKet that has been so ex
Ircmoly quiet In the nast months n
rise of a dollar n halo In cotton today
caused a sensation In the pit of the
Cotton Exchange nnd berore the close
there was muoh excitement
Tho bull movement today Woe
nRcrlueil to tho aniiouncomen that
Daniel J Sully hrivltiK settled lila debts
was nreimrliiR to buy Up all the cottorr
that no can on tlia strength of tho sit
tuitIon In Manchuria
Mr Bully Will not tfowntown today
but soon after tho opening of the
market prices bosun to eoar The ac
the months wereMay anL1 July May
opened at 763 and July at 752 Op
t2Fl ontotli monthJLw aVU m
M il y l ll lB
t EAZ USARE DOING INTHB SUNNY SOUTh
JIGRrJOHJlJHfGRAP
JAKE SANDERS
WINS HANDICAP 0
Beats Rapid Water the Favor
ite in the Boston Club Stakes
at the Crescent City Track
ToDay 0
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fCRESCENt itlWINNl
FIRST RACE Lionel Ito 1 11
Whtppoorwlll 8 to i5 2 Billy Wake
3 0
SECOND J1ACEJolin loeto
1 1 Velox2U012 Psrlslenne8
J 0 0
THIRD RACE Esotrlo 4to1r1
Jack KenchevlJU 10 to 12WI
taffS j 0 0
FOURTH R ACE JakV 8 llS
too 1 Rapid Water 3 to 6r2 In
vincible 3 0
Special to The EvenlrurlTorM
NEW ORLBANa La March 14A
nBmiry card held out pNtnlsea o
tool sport at the Fair qroiinds trac
ibts aCt 1on Tho attenddhce ha
alien oft during tihV poet two days
and the crowd present today was light
The feature JthG rowuth
0 Boston Club Stakes a handicap fo
hweycarolas at six furlong f
which the Smathcrs sprinter Rapid
Water ls assigned top weight KS
pounds The weights are so adjusted as
to m J < fltlo raceloolt anjen one U1 I
a good contest should result
HOT SPRINGS WINNERS
A
lJIRBTRACEAro Lid1t So to J 1
HaJIIUnan Oto l2EdBllAlrldan i lto
2 3 Wme 142
SECOND RACBHenchman7to Jl
Jean L e6 to 1J 2Dr MoCarty 18 to ij
8 Tlme0 26
T1QRD RiACESUvercUn S to 1 t
Jack Youna It toi 2 Huazah t to ZB
Tlm l47T5
VESPER CLUB
ROWABRQAD
Accept ChaRonge of German
Rowing Association to Com
pete for Kaiser Wilhelms
Prizes for Regatta July 1617
Sptcll to The joretuni worse
PIIIEADELPHIA March HThe
Henley Commltteo of the Vesper Boat
Club this Afternoon notified Bocratnry
rortmelr of the National Association
Amateur Oarsmen that It would accept
ept tho Invitation of tho Gorman Row
Ing Assoclaitlon Hamburg aermany
to row for the valuable prism offered
by Kttlsor Wllhelm for the regatta to
ie held on Lake Mater on July 11 and
17 The maroon and gray will enter
an eight a four a double and a single
In thV German event
The prizes offered by IColser WUholm
trIO among the most valuable given for
nn nquatlo event ncI tho Vesper men
hoi to bring homo hair share of them
rile invitation from QRrmany brings
dims of the ncceptaitca of the Henley
entry 0
Tho Vesper man will leave Ungland
mmedlatoly after tho race on the
Thames tar Me trIp to Hambunr and
s EOWI 03 the races are over will pack
heir boats 1 lid loave for bwneoa July
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ANTS A TMIMIHO CAR
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I rHE CZAR DECLARES
IIt
Holds < Council with His Ministers I Decide
Against Peace and Discusses Kuropat
km t s ccessorCommander Blames
1 Troops for Defeat Russians Starve r
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I 4ST PETERSEBURG March 14 TheWar Council field atTsary
skoeSelo today at which War Minister Sakharoff Gen DragomlrorT
aid ojhers were pr sentJsunderstOOdtolhav decided the question of
donlinilng the war In 4heafflmiat1yI
W ys and means wire discussed < 1 but 0 7 decision on some points was
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t 1 Tile i Iondf uopatns 0 sucesor was aIio dIscussed but the I
it e rta On 1t aHAnnftrd dedStbn I
1 I u DuJoGNlcbluNldlola4evttoh n
ai < < Xnd oomtn of the Emperor end In
B to qonenU ot Cirilry laapJa
mentioned end Oen Qrtpenberg Is laid
to be l candidate together with Gsn1
Qrodekoff but the < wVlfbt L opinion of
HU mjcatys adrUorn cow f vor Gen
Sukntomltraoff OtpverDuHOeneral o f
Welt who formerly WM pen Drat
omlrofCe aIded cnp
jf r KuropatklnJBJametMen I
JAooohUnit to the thformatlon receIved
b y tieWar Offloe the remnants of a en
1 urop tlln army have made rood
A lrretreat and are now out ot the
Immediate danger of a new turning
movement north of Tie Pan
While Kuropatkln has cuaumed full
eipOMlblUtr accepting a oatflo at
ilukden haioomplalned itortihoEm
pror that hte plans mIscarried largely
hrough the failure of two generals
rttoae namea cannot bo learned to rae
cute hU orders He also throws blame
on some of the troops whofaJlod to M
spond properly at the critical moment
Russians at Tie Pass
L OHN IWRO HBADQUAHTBRS
IN THE FIELD vjarFiisan March H
< rhe greater part of the re
treating RussIans are supposed to
have reached Tie Paw The puruirs
apanejie have frequent encounters with
tlov a guard
QetiiiKuropaitkin must remove his eup
pit te trom 1e Pus If heplans a r lre
MiHtn HftTbln as they will he MOM
girr to maintain the army durIng their
lirob vTihe Ruulaas have no stores be
tweenTj Pass and Hirtln
The country swawulnj with hungry
dIIboirt ned Russians who are surren
fftitg in squids to ny pursuing Japa
11 14 they meet
Leading Japanese officers vt refused
to criticise the facklof nwWlHjr displayed
white driving the > nusslina beyond Tie
Pass 0
PIIM
Most of the foreignattacheswith the
Russian army Including two American
ddEnU h ofllcera were apturt4 At
< < 1
TOKIo Marohi Jt1 A JtA tele4
gram received lOuajr from headijuar
terlnthelleldUYII
In the direction of flingehlhg our
forces have been dislodging the enemy
from Ylnjfpan J eighteen lnjil s tllltlot
PuKhun aadlonjUarohiil occupied that
place rv
0 In the direction of the Bhakhe River
all of our forces are Continuing the
pursuit of the remnant of the enemy
and lJIany Russlao officers and men are
surrendering to our train guards In the
mountainous districts cast of the Tie
Pass road 0
Additional epoftakenlnt11edl
Ttotlou of the Shakho River are iing
on i and aorta captured southeast of
CblullkoutBu They exceed one boo
jaod loaded with gun ammunition
imoll ammunition Intrenching tool
telegraph and telephone equipment
pontoon material suppllea and wate
MUm
Xhey aUo catritd i4i olffhtcentl
meter 1400 flfteencentiraBtor ihells i
and 1200000 small ammunition and
varIous mliltairy supplies
Vln tho dlreotlon of Blngohln the
spoils Included 120000 email ammunition
800 shells and 3QM Iritranohlng tools
JRGXV8 DMITROY
EQTATE ROBB D
ST PB3aag3PRO Karoh 11The
estate pXtbs late Orand Dulelej
gtus In the Dmltror District au3fue
pow hot been pIllaged br euanta and
II factory In the same dtrt lot hubetn
turned down
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LATE WINNERSAT CRESCENT CITY
lfIFTH RACEOVER AGAIN 3 0 n 1 FLORAL WREATH
10to 12 RED RAVEN 5 to 23
0
v SIXTH RACETHE HUGUENOT 4 to 5 ilV MAIN SPRING
tOl2ROYALARMS15to13
0 AT CITY PARK
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0 SIXTH RACEKERNEL 7 to 10 1 MISS NANNIE I 20
to 12 BRUNSWICK 3 0
SEVENTH RACELEENJA 6 to 5 1 RED THISTLE 6 to 5
2 RUDABEK12to13
AT HOT SPRINGS 0
FOURTH RACEDIVINATION 05 to 1 1 FOL1IES BER
QIiJII 3 aU 2 CROWN PRINOg 9 o 10 3
FIFTH RACEPLATOON 4 to 5 1THE CURE 11 to 5 2
rMaroo 20 to 13 0 0
0 I AT ASCOT
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1 SECOND RACEJERUSHA 9 to2 1 BELLE NIXON 3 to
1ZDXELLE7to53 0
0
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QEORGE WZZZ5Z G1ANr8
CRACK LIFTHAND PiTCHER
ESTERRE WINS
AT SHORT PRICE
Talent Back Her to Wni Fifth
0 Race at City Park and Are
ftewarde bySeiBinB Filly f
ish In Fioit j I
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I i mty p KWIN EflS
IFfROT pACEOhoridaga Filly m
h Colonial Lady M to 12 Hean
33
0
SECOND RAcirbrderlx 4 to1
1 Oov 8ayree 7 to 5 2 LIla Noe I8
I THIRD ffACEldDIII4t 1
Rijtlcant fl toB 2 Arrnowr 3
0
0 ro tin Tlt RACIAustralln J8 to
8 1 Little Giant 40to 1 t2 Dp
Kltr8 >
0
I FIFTH MOEEsterri 3 to 6 1 1
W berfl6lda 8to 12 Bly Hand
MlliS
Sp d4l to The Ennlnf World
NEW La March 14A
mnjorllr of Uit events a t City Park
tP4a were 4heap wiling dffalri In
which bnUnary flrida were named to
tart The track dried out considerably
over ntehtaiid ihOIIOIn was In i good
shape I
Edwrd Corrigan who hw been ab
sent for acouplof weeks on a tour
Int Inroeotlon at 11It different Interesis
up the illne Is expected to return In a
few xlayj Some doflnlte lannounoement
will bu then mode M to the Diana of I
the American Turf Association
i The latter body hold a meeting1 in
Chicago this afternoon and rnimo has 0
tnath attshrd ahrdlu shrdl sJirdlu nunul
It that announcements will be made at
the conclusion of this meeting wliloi
will have en Important bearing on the
Western turf oltuatlon Cop SS
BrownIs expected here In a few daysi
ASCOT WINNERS
JHIROT ItAODJaraea X Cottt ct to
> 1 Pfcflinthroplst a to Jt Klnonmn i
TIM HURST TO
REFEREE BOOT
0
After Long Discussion Wrestlers
Gotch and Jenkins Select Him
to Judge Their Championship
Contest ToMorroW Night
After t long discussion at The Even
Ing World office thlo afternoon be
weon we tlera Frank Gotch and Tom
Jenkins us to thesclcctlon a referee
TIm Hurst of Now York waa ilnally
agreed upon
Gotch fliigncstocl the name of Kdillo
lonriJc of liuffnlo while Jonkimsj
oprcuisnUnllvo nomtoutl rim Huret
mid Iliwh Uconunl Goloh clnintpil
hat he did not know Hurst and while
h < dirt nt attention T el lattors honesty
11e wni not flucu that Hearst was con
ersnni wlth all Wio ruins of tho gaiiu1
lIe roUtctl sovfml oxiicrlpncoi vhnl ho
md with referees whose repillntlons
were god but their kJiowlolye ot thu
game was scant Hinvi vns iinrrcnbj
to Jenkins and P T Iavcra the pro
mottr of the Jriiitch a < Hl lii n niuiCi
onsentcd after asking tho advice of
Mr Robert Kdgren as to his morlu
had ttblllty
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tft a flack CDK ALIENfl FOOTEAsE
pOwtr fOPIleIIQhlne fllt IJ Jrur
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0 0 0 7 11 i c I Mi I
1 9 LIVES ABEl inSI X 1 i ilI i n if I
1f >
IN 1 FIRE SWEEP1Nfl1F
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0 A TENEMENT 1 n I i t 3j I p I
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Flames Sweep Through Doomed tIptis < i Scii f
0 Rapidly that Tenants Are C h fej I4fCt I
e Caught ik I f I
Rats Those in Upper Floors Batt t
from Safety Above and Below 1 rtW1 r 1 i 4 t
jl i f l1 b
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CITY OFFICIAL BLAMED Wg i j
0
FOR TERRIBLEDJSASTR I
I l IiII LIif 1 I
f t lttl
List of Injured Breeds a Score and Ifkivi r il i I
MissingDouble Decker Tenement ft t tf
tained Twenty R n iliesln lfJdin gl IC ii i
ChildrenMany Scenes < Hpribrf 1 Ii v I
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I i f t ftt NiW
Nineteen persons were burned i tq death In a fire wh1ch startedj
todaylnttebS Igflvestory tenernent clus at No fo3AlIe fr t i l 1
A score of others were bjdly Injured some by flames prir 0
smoke and othersby jumping lrpmfireescapesi J ijjjjjit t
The fire was one fth wotst the i east side has1ad p lYir
the flames spreading with such r pdIt that th flreie n ciuldd6 itt i1Ii
effective rescue work lthoh i t Wwer qrfUj fS eg iPt fu I1Yjfi
jJvery one of the twenty apartments
lip the house WM oocupled and thero
were wyontyelght chll i nIntll dif
ferent fainJIIta Ten of the dead wore
found fo the hall tot the top floor near
the tootOft ladder lending ti ft
CtlUl r i
1 The jonltre of the boliaiBir kas
made A Kalemiitit ioTbe EvenIng
World tttat he bolt > ud h9Okbr
Trblok the Lentil tfi > vfmateiWd
were ojaramea when the Connate
tried to get oat tht < bejoni a not
lie moved This i and the fact that
the Sreeicapet were olsoked with
honiehold furniture nn l refus awe
reiponilbl for ih lwr e > lew of
lit 1 ofu
litOf u
Of th asllljure4itwnIJD lueh
bad aMp that It U not believed they
on lIve >
Coroner Brown who with Coroner
QoMervkrani was early at the scene of
the fire mid thtt such WHOLESALE
LOSS OF Ian m EAST SIDE IBBa
WOULD CONTINUE JUftT Afl M > NQ
ABTHlD CiTY DEPARTMENTS WIRE
AT LOGOmADlfAX < WHOSE
BUBINESSITIB < THAT T
II1MENT110UlEB ARE MADE SAFE
Ooroiwr Ooldenlor rit has fu t dUb
poenaa requiring the appearance of
officials of the BuUdlnj Tcnwnisnt
Houao pepartmont Fire and Health
departments his office Thursday
mornlnir i when he will Ihvostlfiato the
dlsuter
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Like Attorney Street Fire
Tho Coroner raid that while the big
Insurance oomDantea vfpuld not take
risks on hounea like the Allen street
GRIMRYAN BOUT
DECLARED OFF
PhItLADELPIIIA Ski Much 14
Joe GrIm the human punching bar
baa at lost shown htrwhUt feather
Grim was matched to meet Buddy
Ryan the wulterweljrM champion 01
the world at the Manhattan C to
night and everything was rosy until
last nteht when Qrlms manager Mike
Costello demanded Jftank OBrUn
the oiatAmalfer of the above club
an additional amount to fight Ryan
OBrien refused and the men came to
blows over the proposition Coetello
was badly beaten and Grim who tried
to take A hand In the melee was com
celled to seek safety In flight It was
learned todav that Ryans manager
hod offered to bet any amount of money
up to205OO that Ryan would put Grim
I away within the prescribed llmltv
Grim got wind of this and then camo
his domainS for more money Malinger
Hart would not agree to any nropoeitlon
and consequently the match was de
clared off w
FOUND IN TREElJ
DIES AMBULANCE
i
Iallite InTesllKnllnff Strnii ci Cniic
of tnldcnlllleil Waninu 1lpkvd
Uji In Wc iFoureen Ii Slreet
An unidentIfied wcman was founj
iliironscloiis ktt Mo E2 West Fourteenth
street e rlx this nftcrnonn anil nn
nmhulance was called to tiiko1 her to St
Vliiccms Hocpltul Tha oman died
lrore reaching the libspltnl and tho
cuss was rcnorted to tho Coroner
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0 srWNOgoirciiEnNToyn
fluday trip to Om > Iolflf Coinforf nich
mood end 0 j VaihlnRton llarch 2Gvla
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that iw long as thaydtthe
could not be Jiidttc to makf
improvements 1
The came oonditionaprev
this tIre teIn thettornoytr
55111 Coroner i
BrownCrojdsf i
Cetnes a barred ecuttIo ana
thinc to male It ripe tordl
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JOINTHEJEI1
Roger Brosahan aid
Mertes Arrive t
ftoadybtoGetIntoPJ
Condition jor
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drectil to Tbs XreelcgWorI4
BIRMINGHAM AlL Mardi 1LEQNJ
BresriaJwth end Sam Mertea j j6ld i
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