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Washington Buzzing with withIts withIts withCHIEF
Its Inaugural Throngs ThrongsCHIEF ThrongsCHIEF
CHIEF EVENT IS NEAR NEARTaft NEARTaft NEARTaft
NEARI I
Taft Will Be Made Iade President at atNoon atNoon atNoon
Noon Tomorrow TomorrowVISITORS Tomorrowl
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VISITORS IN GOOD HUMOR HUMOREverybody HUMOREveL
Everybody EveL body Happy in E Expectancy ExpectancyOver ExpecancyOver ExpectancyT
T Over the Coming Ceremony at the theCapitol theOapitol theOapitol
Oapitol the Parade the Fire Krewoxfcs Firewo Fireworks
works wo and All the Features Promul Pro Promulgated Promulg ¬
mulgated mulg mul ted by the Inaugural Com Committee CommitteeThousands CornmitteeThousands ¬
mittee mitteeThousands Thousands of People in inthe inthe inthe
the StreetsMilitary Streets Military and Civic CivicOrganizations CivicOrganizations CivicOrganizations
Organizations Governors and Dis Distingnished DistingniShed Distinguislied
tingnished Hen en Arrive ArriveWashing ArriveI ArriveWasbiD ArriveWasbfnggtrs
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Washing WasbiD Wasbfnggtrs l Is ae dizzy Mnyas as a Jtsne beg begwith begwith begwkh
with the tbetessIty intensity kIt f < rf Its expectations expectationsIt GXp etati ns nsIt
It is spinning s k ng around OB its civic ear eariatosfeated earwltIt earlurieated
iatosfeated with the idea of the aapreaeh aapreaehtog a > reaoh reaohits Gk GkiRaSIIratJeR
tog teawgaratioB The great Dementia DementiaAMoricaM DementiaJII8dCaII Dee eaUa eaUaAmadcaatt
AMoricaM bee hit it between the eyes eyesand eySIt eyesad
and it t es s staggering rep p and down Penn Pennsylvania Poaasylv Poansyttamla ¬
sylvania aIa avenue in a an abandon abui ov of open openMMKhed openmessed n nJM8dIeQ
messed anticipation anticipationTno aaUdpatIeRItM L LTho
Tno crowns crew growing greater and great greatr greater greater
er r are se slowly wiy coagulating witk their t elr own ownlinmi OWRfv1l ownforecasdag
fv1l linmi iR IR m Hj forecasting forecas ab tin time when w 1eD thehistode the thehhttoEfc thebiatGd
hhttoEfc Avenu ftInIe a will be packed e9 with a adcrse aderse adense
dense and motiottleee crowd awaiting theI the tfcevcnguard theVtleuard
I vrz vcnguard guard of the inangnral parade paradeFaster paradeFuter paradet
t Faster and fa Caster im name H ue recruits recruitsthrough recruitsthrough recruitsthrough
through the port of the Uatoe U Station Stationan StatleIt StatleItgi Stationaa4i
an gi < i slower and more pomderae pomderousty y raoyes raoyesthe IIlOYesue nto + fes festhe
the surging army 2nn of sightseers is the to3entown thedowntown eIentoWD
downtown sections sectionsThousands SIeCtlonslRX sections1laxu
1laxu > lRX or OraalzatiosuTbeUsaads OraBiIatloll OraBiIatlollTbelSaDds
Thousands of plans of f orgnnlirHJions and andIndividuate dIDdh1dals adhsdivldueks
Individuate are a es converging vergtng ale wWi swift acreIeratise ac acceleration aceJeratlea ¬
celeration on the moment when wbeRlr Mr Taft Taftwho Taftwbo Taftwbo
wbo by the way was piayibg piwy g a quiet qclett quletlittle quietlittle
t little littlelinks game of gait at dM Chevy Chase Cbaee ChaseliJIb
e links e4aV IJ nftacnntn aft RlbICanMlays teyg s his lads hand handon ItJM heada
on tn the tmnlttenal i Fa I BW 1aI8 and gives hfe hfeonth IJl Shitsli
onth to be true to MB country and a t t w pe pebent ut utbest
l bent tk beat t Is ht him himToHMHiow bLT1MI1eW himTeatones
rJ ToHMHiow afternoon f attetnoe 81 r S a soon as poe poeshhk po pogpogoe
t slllledw shhk after IZ odeek Is the apeX ape the tbetM ther
r wee the erudai e moment toward which whichthe w1ddltile wMCttthe
the mteos dais of nen woman tssoa ea and ae ddI cMMvca cMMvcahave rsa rsahave
have e ka been running for months > In order orderthat orderat orderthat
that the occasion occs oamay may 1 pass ps off without withouthttcb wItIIoat1dIda a ababel
babel a committee composed CD mil o of some of oftb oft ofthe
tb t best thinkers and execatlve organ organJaecs orgaabezs organbars
bars in Warfringtoa Wao gtoe has been giving its itsumMvidsd ItsB itsanmvided
umMvidsd B attendee to the meet i ieaAt tosfgnin tosfgnincaat lsicRIfttMt
caat details far weeks Merl Merchants baits have haveflooded baeAo havehooded
flooded ilMlr tb Ir planets of buglnimm bass aces wldi wldistronaters wIdtSUers wkisetresTers
stronaters SUers bug electric jigs and andflaps udBnn andlungs
flaps Houseowner Bnn ewac a out is m the eky dt havededted have haveieeited baTeieeJIM
ieeited their dwsa crweMnes wi II s s wIt the national nationalcolors udMaleoIers astleMceiers
colors ceiers34an colorsMen
eoIersa
Men have ve struggled hi CSetgrasioaitber Ge CeRgressioRiI CeRgressioRiIaDd gressio3i gressio3igubem
gubem foil ter1a nl and PreeideD PronMcnrlal PrLWIdtt8ltbrouglMat Ial campaigns campalensIhroughont campaignsthrougbatt
Ihroughont the country eou bT FoHtfcal dead deetiaies dties deadales
ties have been made and unmade ia the thewarfare tilenrfre thewarfare
warfare of notes vote A great greatnational eatd8Itat nadseal dramacad drama dramaoat dramaaas
oat been in prowess progreacHero JllD8leMHero prowessHero
Hero of the Great Day DayTomorrow DaTTo DayTstaorTow
Tomorrow To the hero of the great day daydecked duIt day3eeked
decked It with the garfeuade of success successB succeltS1Mw successasahes
asahes B km > his bow to the audience and re reet re reelses
01 et e es the pmudtts due to Ids undisputed undispetedAat4Hl undisputedpeeltien 1RNII5putedAa
peeltien peeltienAnd
And Aat4Hl s spu M they come In faratHee droves drovesand droveswiMie drovesand
and whole communities they are pour pourIng poarIRS pourlug
IRS through reugh the gates C tat union Sta Station StatloR Statioa ¬
tion tloR overwhelming the t e seats and the thewioe theWIde thevrlde
WIde floor spoee and surging irgb out througc througcthe thrOOSlthe throu t tthe
the doors into the city The great new newterminal DeWterJlliDe nowteratlael
terminal hemmed yesterday like a seasheh sea seasbett SesbeI
sbett with the t e indef indefinable jn eftD8bl oable noise of multi multitudes mu1tftudes niultitudes ¬
tudes A constant roar reverberated reverberatedthrough roecberatethrMtg reverberatedthreglt
through the high arches echoed down d W11 the thecorridors thecouWots thececridors
corridors vitalizing the atmosphere and andginning andR8tDb andilsaing
ginning + on the ear drums drumsAnd dnlmSADd drumsAnd
And down on the white tiled floor Hke Hkemyriads HkelItYIiads Ilkeneyriads
myriads of black sts a ats ts surged baek and andforth aDdforth adforth
forth the human cause of all the tu tumult tuRI1Iit tumult ¬
mult Little family aml1 reunions little hand handshakes haadshakB5 bandshakes ¬
shakes of friendship little excJsraatJons excJsraatJonsnf exclam tJons tJonsOf
nf pleasure sure each so important Imp rtant in Itself Itselfwere itSelfwer itselfwere
were wer bet tiny eons contributing con tlDb to the thevast thevast thevast
vast su seta total totalla tDtaJIa totalIa
Ia fell view of the t e crowds on the outer outerplatform outerplatferm outerpbtfern
platform the magic finger of the teleto tcletseepe teletoseepe teletoEeope
seepe wrote wr t OB an Bhtmineted batted sheet sl eet theIsioly the theMstory thehistory
history of the trains bearing down on onWashington ORt onI
t i Washington loaded to the guards with withnew withDew withnew
new arrivals As each chain of coaches coachespotted coacbespwiIe coachesin
potted IB i squad of poncetaen policemen cleared clearedthe clearedUte clearedthe
the way before the gate and In an lR lRcreilWy Incredibly B Bcredfwy
+ credibly abort time 8 path Ut as clean as asthat asthat asthat
that through t the Red Sea was opened openedup openedup openedup
up tarowgh which the newcomers passedDirections passed passedDTrectlona pas5edDirection
Direction to Stranger StrangerThirty StrangerTidrly StrangersThirty
Thirty public service guides were con constantly constutl constantly ¬
stantly stutl on hand to give directions to tostrangers tostrangers tostrangers
strangers strangers and the t e multitude was bandied bandiedwith bandiedwtt handledwith
with marvelous 1Itn ease and comfort Cirealatlug Cir Circulating CirettatiRg ¬
culating about fa tile crowds were plaincIot plainclothes plain plainclothes
clothes men from the local and outside outsideponce euWlGeMJIIee outsidepoise
ponce forces ready te lend a hand at atIns atInstants an aninstants
instants Ins ts notice Jt9tiee and scanning nlAg faces to tofind tofind tofind
find crooks known te the rogues gallery gaUeryPennsylvania galleryP8llllSPJYnl
s Pennsylvania avenue groaned under its itshuman its1Iupn Itsbu
human 1Iupn bu en load last night The sidewalks sidewalkswere sidewalkswece s4dewaI1swere
were wece black with pedestrians thousands thousandsof
of wn whom n were forced to take to the street streette streetto streetto
to make their way AtttomebUes a aod nd car carriages carriages carriages ¬
riages groped and zIgzagged at a snails snailspace snailsPKe snailspace
pace and the stream of street cars re resembled re resemWed resembied ¬
sembled a continuous train trainThe trainT trainThe
The T e entire system of illumination was wasteMUant wasa wasblment
teMUant a t through the night n t The Arcane Avencelooked A Arcanelooked enue enuektokcd
looked like a vista through a 8 cave hung hungvkh hungvItk hungside
side dazzling stalactites The court of of3Iatine ofttJD ofMatinee
Matinee > ttJD Cohitn A l Harris Minstrels ailnstrelTouay MinstrelsFedhtiy nnstreIIFetIy
Touay Columbia Theater SOc to L50 L50Gor UiOGn L5DGorgeous
Gor Gn Gorgeous eoni Flowers Flow nt Blacklslones BlacklslonesOrner Btnckt5tone0tWr BlacklstonesOrder
Order inaugural bowers at atonee once Hh H HSpecial II IISp ESpecial
Special Sp nl Train to < o Chicago ChicagoPennsylvania ChIClItoPennslftaI ChicagoPennsylvaada
F Pennsylvania Haflroad account t Inaugu Inauguration b ¬
1 ration I I Leave are a Untea URioaStatien Station Washington Washingtonfe45
fe45 i p m March 5 a 6 and 7 r Through Throughsleeping Throughskepmg Throughsleeping
sleeping cars Dining car
ALL AL IN READINESS FO FOR THE INAUGURATION OF WILLIAM HOWARD TAFT
BECOJRATWG IlE EE oR OR4 T1NGrilE T1NGrilEJf T saYG WE WEhonor 7H 7Hr 7HFR1y7
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honor brighter brlg ter than all the rest rast threw threwits threwits
its fight t on a solid surging mass of people peo people OOThe ¬
ple pleThe The question of accommodating incomlug incom incoming ¬ I Ig
lug crowds s is a serious one oneBiff oneBig J JBig
Big Hotel Are re Crowded CrovrdcdThe CrondedThe
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The big hotels are already crowded crowdedThe crowde crowdeThe < l lThe
The a smaller aI1er bot hotels 6 may ar have ve a few rooms roomsto roomsto r rI
to lei but uttdl tali K atilt iII be gone before Inau Inauguration lDau1 lDau1guratIoa inauguradon ¬
I
guration day Rooms wit with bsfbs cannot cannotbe cannotbe cannotbe
be bad except ta private bowses IISareeeand and by bythe b bth6 bythe
the way a good gcoflJUuy maay hasy thrifty household hoosoholders Ja uHbold1 uHbold1ers
ers will make ahe a Dice little peony JOAI1 out of ofthe Ort ofthe
the ina iDaIIf1IAtJeur gvratioixr through le lag le tag their theirresidences theirresidences theirresidences
residences to people who have the t e moneyto money moneyto mone I IapartmeiMs
to pay paySmall paybiaf
Small apartments that rent ordinarily ordinarilyfrom ordiuarilyfram I IfNIII
from S4S 4i to it S P a month are being sublet subletfor subletfor r rr
for r this weak for from si i to jilt the thewmfil theuseal I I1I
wmfil period of this JiSt temporary tenancy tenancybeimj tenancyi tenancybeing
i being lye days ys At the hotels people who whowant whoI whoWant
I want atTMAtS rooms Tea us with baths are told that the thetest thelast thelast
last of these were reserved r err III a month ago agoPubne agoPWIIc agoPublic
Public balls Hs and the upper floors of ware wareheooes Wr1IIMu8es wareheuses
heooes have bav been fitted 1IP P for the accoro acootammdatiaa 3CC811iRMHIattoa accorojaodatfea
jaodatfea of > mtfttaz MIlitary tfltZry and chrfi eMfUeu organiza organizations orga tza tzaUses ¬
Uses already k d7 arrived A cadet company companyfrom COI8JIIIIDYtreRa cawpsnyfrom
from a Georgia school formed the ad advance advance ¬
I vance guard of a great et throng that taat Is tecoming Iseombtg isoombg
coming from that State where w ere Mr Taft Taftspent TaftisjMllt Taftspent
isjMllt spent the wteter and made > htaMIC ettJlIgG pops popster poprbu ¬ I
ter S 1 1Big
RliwI JlIgG tWro indows indowsrB inI1o inI1oMtc
rB Big prices Mtc ar the berg paid f < or r wtaiows wtaiowsof 8 8c e eof
of rooms overlooking oV the toe of the pa parade pan Idarade ¬
rade It Is said some sOme of them the a have been beenrented beeRr beenrestedd
rented ftr r i t as ulow bra a price ac SM ie bat b1Ittbat b1Ittbatfile thatthe that thathe
file he dual J 1 tariff is about oot 5 a 8SeIIaIOs WM > wSenator W WSenator
Senator Cbavncey M Dop Depew w of o New NewYork NewYork NewYolk
York has Wrtd a a siagle room hi the theCorcoran tileCoreonua theCercaraa
Corcoran BtaMtng for w which hkh be win xi l have haveto hateto e ete
to pay payJob EISS EISSJob 3H 3HJohn
John Job Hays Hammond the mBfionaire mBfionairemimag rll1Is RIIIAlre1DI alre alremining
mining 1DI eagiaeer who fe preadcwt of the theLeague tIteI theLengu
I League of RepobBcaa Repub > ican ChIlI C uhs will pay payf6f PATfoe payq
q f6f foe w three wtooows m to a lainMInc at atFifteenth atFlfteeath atFifteehih
Fifteenth and F streets str opposite the theTreasury UteTreasv theTreace
Treasury BvHdfag Hotel rooms over overktokmg ov ovtbe overlooking
looking the parade pua e brmg high prices pricesMost prieesMeateC pricesMeet
Most MeateC of those who have the jpeans lJtMII5 aeaas to rent rentstick rentsudl rentsuck
stick places of vantage ftDta wttf wPf have kinch kincheon IuDCheoa lracheea
eon served to their guests guestsGov guestsGov guestsGov
Gov Draper Draperyof of Maa Vsetts ch eeUs who has hasplenty baslleaty baaplenty
plenty of money has given up coneid coneiderabfe coaeicIerable coaeiderabie
erabfe of it for a parlor on the second secondfloor secOIMI1Ioor secondfloor
floor of one of the leading hotels hotetePrcparationK etelsPreplrttionJII hotelsPreparations
Preparations Completed CompletedThe CompletedTIe Completedshe
The preparations > nsoC of the inaugural com commtttae CQIDmlU2e commtttne
mtttae have been completed and so far faras faras taras
as its work is concerned It is aM over overbwt over1MIt overbut
but the shooting siMMl Db Its efforts e = ons BOW are aredirected AredkCteti aredirected
directed toward taking care of es the minor minormatters aOIIRtters mieormatters
matters that are constantly coming up upaad uPaacI upand
and it Jt spent a busy day yesterday Its Itsplans ItspIaDS Itsptaaa
plans for the fnangral bud 1NdI as well well are areparticularly arep areparticularly
particularly p at an end Seats for thisfunction this thisfunction isf1mctioa
function are on sale at the hotels and andbanks aadbanits andbanks
banks and at a number of drug nag stores ete at atUaIJ4ece ats
55 UaIJ4ece UaIJ4eceADd s apiece apieceAad apieceAnd
ADd now 1f If it only does ROt rater raterThis raIa raIaThis rahtThis
This matter of inauguration always alwaysbothers alw7sbothecs alwaysbothers
bothers Washington WashingtonAmong WgsbingtooAmong WashingtonAmong
Among the prominent arrivals will be bethe 1JetlIe bethe
the governors go erDOIS of nearly all the States StatesWith S StatesWith tee teeWIth
With them will come the uniformed ttonned mem members Dtelllbees messbore ¬
bees of their several state The gQV gQVernors governors gov governors ¬
ernors have air bee beea bsea Invited to ride ia iathe iat inthe
the t e inaugural parade pa at the bead edtroops ot ottroops Oftroops
troops from from their States States and most of ofthem fJtthem ofthem
them intend to do so soIa so1ft soIa
Ia the thepfmide parade will be organizations 5 of ofIndians gfIDdJans ofIndians
Indians people from the outlying outIylagSlOBS posses possessions possessions ¬
sions of the rutted States Confederate Confederateveterans Coofederatevete1a1s Confederateveterans
veterans a brigade of bluejackets from fromthe fremtile frontthe
the battleship Sept elt and scores of ot4 ot411tlcal po political pelitlcal > ¬
litical clubs In costumes purchased purc8as d especially espe especially especially ¬
cially for fortbe the occasion occasionBOY occasion occasionBOY oceasloBOY
BOY SAVES sAQ > 1S BABY GIRLFirefearold GIRL GIBLJFlveTcnrold GIRLFIveyearold
JFlveTcnrold Edward Eldcl Wades WadcaInto WadesInto alles allesInto
Into Stream for Playmate PlaymateMiddletown PI1D1nteMiddletoWn PlaymateMiddletown
Middletown MiddletoWn N Y March Ma 2Fiveyear 2Fiveyearold ± FKeyeai FKeyeaiold Ftveyesrold
old Edward EWel waded up to Ms neck neckin neckin neckIn
in a swiftrunning stream la this city dtytoday citytoday clt clttoday
today and saved from drowning Gladys GladysMiller GtHysMiller GladysMiller
Miller a threeyearold girl wife whomhe wfcom wfcomhe whom womhe
he had been playing The children were wereplaying werepl2ying wereplaying
playing on the bank of the stream when whenthe w1e w1etile wen wenthe
the little girl fell in m Jumping into bt the thewater theewater ie iewater
water the ti ° boy ca cag caught ght t Jusid oM of e t tbgkrs tbgkrsclothing Ut skis kfijc10thlng skisclothing
clothing and had drawn her herall bait Out on onthe Onthe onthe
the bank when Ms sotteer went to to his hksassistance hteassistance hisassistance
assistance assistanceBOODEEE assistanceBOODLER assistanceBOODLER
BOODLER IS CONVICTED CONVICTEDRefused CONVICTEDRefused CONVICTEDRefused
Refused to Keep Faith with Prose Prosecution ProJlleeutlon Prosecution ¬
cution and Incurs Penalty PenaltySaa PenaItTSan PenaltySan
San Francisco March 24ic 2 Michael WCoffer W WCoffey w wCoffey
Coffey the tb boodling supervisor who re refused re refused refused ¬
fused to keep faith with the proseoutfeB proseoutfeBin Q QIn
in the graft cases and was convicted con by byHeney by byHeney byHeney
Heney of bribery was sentenced today to toseven tose toseven
seven se en years ears In San QuentIn QuentlnCoffey QuentInCQtCey QuentinCoffey
Coffey with sixteen ethers was granted grantedImmunity grantedImmumtby grantedImmunity
Immunity Immumtby by Special District Attorney AttorneyHeney AttorneyHoney AttorneyHoney
Honey In return for a confession and a apromise a apromise
promise 1 romise that he would give full testimony testimonyon te ony onyon
on the trials of Abe Ruef Rue and others othersCoffey othersCetrey othersCoffey
Coffey when the Appellate Court re reversed re reersed reversed ¬
versed the conviction con ieUon of Schroitz Sc Schmitz t thought thoughthe thougbthe
he saw sawhls sear his way t t8 defy the the prosecution prosecutionaad Prosecution Prosecutiontoo prosecutlonand
too refused r rused to keep his bargain baraln
STAuPif NDlYFRIYT FJgJlT1JT OF Wf1Tr WthTE House QUSB p YIA H1fRi H1fRil 4 4PRESIAENTTfFTf1ILL
PRESIAENTTfFTf1ILL l fT1 1i f1lll REVWTIIE REYfTXEP4 PAR o
SHOOTS BROTHER IN QUARREL QTTAEBJBLRobert QU QUARRELRobert REL RELI RELRohert I
Robert Amory Is Killed Scar Newport New XCTTport ew ewport
I
port News ew with Shotgun SliotjrnnSfeeiml Shotgunn Shotgunsr
Sfeeiml M T n s Wib WuMnstDB W t tea HoiH tIaaWwMrt llsuMNewport HoiHNewjwrt
Newport wMrt News Va Va March 2 Robert RobertAmory ert1 ert1AIII RobertAmory
Amory a prom prominent ent citizen Rn e er York 2foikCteynm YorkAn od 1 18M
Cteynm An Wn sleet and fataHj taKy wounded 3eMwlodiitiR woundedJinV I ItftGr
JinV iitiR MOciilnf adw + rhrotfter br brAmory tftGr tftGrDIOr7 w wAmsry
Amory Tfe Tie wounded wDdedman vended ran man died tn t1ll1 tHn at atternooa af afteraoon afBa
ternooa teraoon Bad feeling Js said t have haveexisted JIa JIawtweea haveexietn
existed between the brothers thers for t setae setaetime sometime GmelDe
timeAocardIag time timeAccording lDeA
According A b te the story rt8ryRoberl Robert Amory Amorywont Am1ir7WMt AutOrrtwat
wont to his brothers s house this morning raoraiagaad JRW1IIDgud morningand
and started a row rew A A fight ensued eane6 and aadLeroy atLeroy andLeroy
Leroy Amoco Amory shot his brother etlIer down deujag us using ustag ¬
jag a doublebarreled tA eMd shotgun Leroy LeroyAmory LeroyAmory i
Amory save himself up to the sheriff sheriffIMMIGRANTS harIamIIGltANTS sheriffIWMTGRANTS
IMMIGRANTS BY THOUSANDS TEOTTSAJTDSToinl THOUSANDSTotal THOUSANDSTotal
Total Xumber of Allen Dee Da Thin ThinWeclc ThlAWNk ThisWeek
Week to Brenk Record RecordNew Re RecordNew nrd
I Iew
New ew York March 2The TRe steamship ate1D5b1pl ate1D5b1plCaI1DUlu MeamehipCarmaaia steamshipCarmaate
Carmaate which arrived today from the theAdriatic theA4iriatlc theAdriatic
Adriatic and Mediterra Mediterranean XecJlterralIeu iean brought broughtsteerage i isteerage UlltI UlltIsteerage
steerage passengers gers the t c largest number numberthat DoMertbat numberthat
that have e come by b a single ship this thisyear tillsJeM thisyear
year It was > a big day ay for alien arrivals arrivalsae arriva
ae the Chemnitz from Bremen brought broughtabout bro broaDowt broughtabout
about LiW steerage and the Krooniand Kreoniandfrom Krooniandfrom Kroonlaadfrom
from Aatwerp LTd4Including L35 L35Including La LaIDeIu
Including tDg 1086 1 thirdclass arrivals by bythe bythe bythe
the Noordham which reached Ellis Island Islandthis Is1aoothis Islandthis
this morning monaIa a new record for the Imati Imatigratkm ImaIaUon Imtaigrutioa
gratkm Bureau since the depression depr toH was waslooked wasIoeked wastoeked
looked for Altogether Atoge er there were about RoomatieDs about1N1
7410 anens aliens to be passed during dur ng the day dayThere dayTbere dayThere
There are several liners due with large largesteerage Jugesteerage largesteerage
steerage JI nets etr and it Is expected that the thetotal thetotal thetotal
total alien airivafe for the week will run runOftl runover i iover
over 32 A 89 persons parsonsViolets personsViolets Persews PersewsVJel
Violets VJel ts 25c per ll perbunch rbtmch bunch Kramer SIS G F Fo
WEATHER FORECAST FORECASTFor
For the District of Columbiait Columbia ColumbiaMaryland ColumbiaMaIIand
Maryland ta lal > l and aliders VirginiaShow VirginiaShowers it gmia iaSixw Show Showers ¬
ers today toi4Otr wworrow IJO T WI W at present presentuacertaii presentWicertam presentuic
uacertaii uacertaiiTWO uic iii s exy exyt 1yJ 1yJi
i t6 t 1 1TWO fl t tTWO
TWO HOBStfOWS MORB OmS DRY 3EYElection DRYBIectlonJi iIRY13icctlona
Election In Vermont Yerm Vermont nt Show Little LittleChange LittleCJlange LittleChange
Change from Last Tear rearBrUgtoa TearB TelrBarlIagSUII
B BarlIagSUII rtti g on Vt VU March a 2 2T Towst hwn wn and aadcity aMdb andcity
city elections eI were held throughout Ver Vernont YerJ V Vmoat
moat today 4i the vote on license befog befogthe beingthe g gme
the common poI of ofest interest The number num number number ¬
ber of nieces so voting tier license to sell setttesexteating sellta sellintoxicating
intoxicating ta Iktua Menork with all towns heard heardj INarofr8m beardrem
j from fr8m rem te twentylive compared with twea tweaeyaven tWeRe7Hea twene
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ne ne Somerset which has Sv 5ve ve voters ers went gentsolidly wentsofldly WeAtsoUdty
solidly for Bcenees MM ad Baltimore with withfourteen Withfoerteea withfourteen
fourteen voters went solidly ao for the theseventh t theseventh e ese1elltla
seventh time timeThe timeThe timeThe
The contests coittteostis for mayor were ted by the theexciting theexdtMg theexciting
exciting fight Ag t here James es E E Burke wide wldeiry widely widely
iry ly known in put years as Bnrnagtons Bnrnagtonsblacksmith Burlingtonsblacksaalth
blacksmith 1 mayor mtlY r def deteaUR defeatln5g eallnj Mayor W J JBlgefow JBIgelow JBigeiow
Blgefow by IS majority B Burke rke has run runfor runfOl runfor
for mayor eight times and has won On five fiveelections ftveeleetJo fireelections
elections s Btg tw low who is a newspaper newspaperman ne newspaperman paper paperhas
man has opposed him three times and andbeen and1xen andbeen
been beaten twice twicef6
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wh who had for throe years been employed employedas
as valet YIetfor for Brig Gen James 1 Jeer U rS 1s
5 s A A A retired at Temple N H H was warJcfOad waskited wasPuled
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ceaetve use ef liquor a sb > ert time before beforeaad ec ecad beforeand <
ad securing a revolver drove e GSA Mil Miller MIller MItler ¬
ler a nd his housekeeper from the house houseThe 1toceThe houseThe
The Mace is located about a mile and a ahalf ahalt ahalf
half from Temple vittaga vi iago Gen Miller MOIerseat JiIUerseat Millerseat
seat to the vtttese and a l apprised prl ed tae taeauthorities Uteaut useauthorities
authorities that a desperado had taken takenposeesrton cakeRJOEe8IIOn takenposeOaelon
poseesrton of his house and threatened threatenedinstant dae threatenedInstant eMd eMdtBSta
instant t death to any one who tried to todislodge tAtcJislo todislodge
cJislo dislodge ge him himA JWnA hissA
A posse of a dozen men was organized organizedwho wgaledw orgatrizedwho
who w o proceed prOl proceeded eeled to the Hitter place and andsurrounded ADdsvrrGUHed andsurrounded
surrounded the house CN Marcetee appeared appearedat
at the door and windows 50 rapidly that thatft tbstIt thatIt
It gave the impression taat the house was wasguarded wasr wasguarded
guarded r ecl by a number of armed men menWhenever mene menWhenever
Whenever e he was called upea upon to see surrender s srender seerender ¬
render he e replied re rep led d with wltkrevoher revolver shots and andappeared aRC3J andappeared
appeared 3J > to have aa inexhaustible mexllatLctJiIesupply mexllatLctJiIesupplyOf supply supplyof supplyof
of cartridges cartridgesFinally cartridgesFinally a os osFinally
Finally Will Davidson and Harvey HarveyEastman HaneyEastman HarveyEastman
Eastman two members of the posee by bydodging bydedg1ng bydodging
dodging from tree to tree worked war ed up upwithin upwlthiR upwithin
within snort short range of the house Marcotte Marcottecaste MarcoUecame Marcottecame
came out and tried to rush them David Davidsen DaldSGD Davidson
son who was armed with a revolver emp emptied em emtied etaptied ¬
tied ft It rapidly exchanging a shots with ith the theadvancing the3QVSDdng theadvancing
advancing desperado de perade None so e of the shots shotsfired shotsfiled shotsfired
fired by either side took effect Eastman Eastmanwho EastmanWho Eastmanwho
who Is a deer hunter hunt was armed with wit a adoublebarreled adoubJe9aneIed adoublebarreled
doublebarreled gun charged with a triple tripleload tripleIGad tripleload
load of buckshot He let go the two barrels bar barrels barrels ¬
rels rapidly and Marcotte fen f n riddled riddledand rKidledso riddledand
and so badly 41r wounded that he e soon soon ex expired enpined ¬
pined
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man mantraIn train of cafe stacking sm klng and parlor parlorcars pulorl parlorcurs
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RECTOR SAVES ALTAR PLATE PLATELeaves PLATELeaves PLATELeaves
Leaves a Sick Bed to Aid at Fire in inHis inXis inHis
His Church ChurchPanic OhurohPanIe ChurchPanfc
Panic in Philadelphia Hospital HospitalXearby H05pltnlSearbY HospitalNearby
Nearby Prevented Preventedby by Coolness Coolnessof
of Woman Superintendent SuperintendentPhflanetpbia SuperintendentPII8 SuperintendentMarch
Phflanetpbia PII8 March 2Gomg where we are Sreaen aremen Le Leant
ant feared to enter plunging into a fur furnace firce fttrrace ¬
race ce of smoke and name flame In order that thathe tba tbalte thathe
he might rescue the golden altar altariJD8s orna ornaments ecmameets ¬ l
iJD8s meets Rev David M Steele rector of St StLakes St Sti StLuke
i Lakes Luke s Epiphany Meawrial MelD aI Church ChBrchr Sev 1SeVer Seventsenihjaad Seveateent I
entsenihjaad eateent t Seiniaer er streets stxeets sa was the theera ther thehere
r here era of K 3re a walca = neariir nearlyfstrayed destroyed ed that thatasWoaabte thatedifice thattaskiIoaebie
asWoaabte edifice this af atterMeD atterMeDi afterneemLeaving ternoea ternoeaLeaving
i Leaving a sHfk kbed bed but a snort short time time timewhere timewhere
I where e he e bud been n held prisoner by ty typhoid tytile typhold ¬
phoid the rector after running mere than thanhalf thanM1 thanhalf
half M1 a mile mIh plunged into the burning Imnrfngchurch Qotrntnbldaarcb burningchurch
church where w ten firemen r had been be u taken takenout takenout
out unconscious and saved the altar dec decorations doeorations ec ecOIthms ¬
loet orations and the thePaulestrlckea plate platePanicstricken piatePanicstricken
Panicstricken parloners part koners 0DerS stood breath breathtessfcr 1Neat11ecst7 breathleashy
tessfcr after the clergyman entered eaterdthe eaterdthecimrC the thechurch thechurch
11ecst7 church They did not expect him to toemerge to8IDerg8 toemerge
emerge In a few minutes there ap appeared apI appeared ¬ I
I peared a figure ia the doorway with face facesmudged faceI facesmudged
I smudged StmI bed with soot 5OOt but holding an im immense ImmenSe m a amease ¬
mense menSe gold cross to his breast hr sL In his hisother Jal Jalotlter hisother
other hand 1t3 d he carried the communion communionservice communionservice communionservice
service and altar clothes Staggering to towhere towltere towhere
where the parishioners PArls Joners stood the rector rectorhanded rectorI1aRded rectorhanded
handed them the ornaments ornaments and then thenstarted tltenstarted thenstarted
I1aRded started to assist in getting other vaiua vaiuaI vaiuables valuables ¬
bles from the edificeAcross edifice edificeAcross e tficeAcross
I Across the street from rGm the burning burningchurch Durningchurch burningchurch
church the Orthopaedic Hospital with lit litpatients aptleuts l l lpatients
patients suffering with withneTveus aerveus diseases diseasesalmost diseasesalmost diseasesalmost
almost had a stampede bet Margaret SlargaretWHson MagaretWilson MargaretWilson
Wilson the superintendent sperlnte deut prevented pre ented a acomplete aI acomplete
complete panic panicThe penIcThe panicThe
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The mammoth mammot pipe organ gan handsome handsomedecorations 11andsomei handsomedecorations
i decorations stained tDe glass windows wiA and andother andother andother
other parts atts of the chorea and parish parishbuHding parishbuilding parishbuilding
building will bring the less by y fire re to S3I aoct 21
oct 1 it Is expected expectedLEGISLATOBS eXpectedLEGISLATORS expectedLEGISLATORS
LEGISLATORS ARE SMIRCHED SMIECHEDWisconsin SMIRCHEDflleonBin SMIRCHEDWiseonsin
Wisconsin flleonBin Lawmakers Ln ak > rs Paid for Aid AidInff AidIng liddlug
lug La Follettex Candidate
Milwaukee mwauk March 2A 2 A statement of ofexpenditures ofexpenditures ofexpenditures
expenditures by W H II Hatton the La LaFoHette LaFollette LaFollette
Follette candidate ia his Senatorial camp cam campaign campIbD ¬
p paign pIbD filed today shews that there is ismore IsJROr ismore
more JROr question q estion in the La Foilettd FoilettecanGl FoilettecanGldates candl candldates candidates
dates account than U an had ad been shown In Inthestatement IntIle inthestatement
thestatement tIle statement of Senator Sen tl Stephenson who whoLa whoLa whoLs
La FoJlette is fighting so vigorouslyThe vigorously vigorouslyThe vjgorousl1heLa
The 1heLa la Pollettfe FoII tt men have been 8gbtIngstrenuously fighting fightingstreniwusly figbungstren
strenuously stren ously on the argument that Steph Stepheasan Stepb6RSQn Stepheasart
easan 6RSQn gave gavesmail small amounts of money to tothree toe1egislators tothree
three legislators who hoVorked worked for aim 111mT himThe aimThe
The T e Hatton Hatto account filed today todlyin in de dealt de detaJI desbows
alt taJI shows that th t Lieut LI Gov GG + Strange three threemembers threemembers threeadembers
members of the state senate and two twoassemblymen twoa6 twoassemblymen
assemblymen a6 w1ymen snared in the expenditures expendituresfor
for the La Follette candidate The sums sumswere sumsw sumsware
were w re as follows followsJohn followsJahn ollomJehn
John Strange Strange 5t 5 Senator Rt < A A W San Sanborn Saabam San SanHm
bam loa 109 Senator G B B Haonai H8IindJ Hudnall0 Hudnall0SQnater po poSenator poS
Senator S SQnater Mit r Henry H HenriLocknev n Lockaey 51 liji ii Assembly Assemblyn 6mb1 6mb1urtmHet1IYKr
n urtmHet1IYKr t an an Henry Krumrey mrey J90t O an and Assembly Assemblyman AssemblyRIlE Assemblyaaa ¬
man RIlE aaa B J i Kemp Ke npm npmAll 2L 2LAll ZQAll
All of these t ese except Kemp have been beenactive beenactive beenactive
active In the tight over Stephenson StephensonDeny Stephensoni StephensonDens
i DenT Deny prneItT Cruelty Charge ChnrseParts ChargeI ChargeParis
I Parts March 2 The developments de elopments In Intile Inidl Inthe
idl tile S Sargent csa case cac e the couple who are ac accused ReI aceused ¬
I cused atfe of IH treating uthage1riWren children in their care caretend caretend are areten
tend ten te lessen J lessen cn the gravity ty of the d chargesend charges chargesand rges rgesemtodlsp
and seeibto emtodlsp dispose se entirely of the sus suspicion suspfcion susplcfow ¬
picion that they the received children c for forpayment forpcynte forpayment
pcynte paymentDr payment paymentDr t tD
Dr D Bebel Attends Reichstag RelchstnprBerHn RelehstclBarBn ReichstagBerlin
Berlin March arch 2 211e Che report in circula clrculattOR circulation circulattos ¬
tion yesterday yestQrd that t Dr DrFerdinand DrFerdinandAgwrte Ferdinand FerdinandAnguste FerdinandAuguste
Anguste Bebel the leader of the Social SocialDemocrats Socllcmo SocialDemocrats
Democrats cmo mts In the th Reichstag was seriously seriouslyB1 se ioYsly
B1 U I received a contradiction contrn icUon today tod when whenBebel whenBooeI whenBebel
Bebel apparently well a appeared peared ear at a asession asession asession
session of the Reichstag ReichstagFlorrers ReichctagFlowen ReichstagFlowers
Flowers for Inaugural Purpose PurposeFinest PurposesFinest I
Finest specimens spe Blacklstone Ifackletone14th HUt H HS10 HSlO
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future Problems ProblemsBEOEPT10NS Pr ProblemsRZECEPTIONS blems blemsRECEPTIONS
RECEPTIONS IN INPresidentelect L EVEi EVEN1NG EVEN1NGs EVEN1NGPresidentelect ltVG ltVGPresidentelect
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Presidentelect Will Move Into IntoWhite IntQ1White IntoWhite
White House Tomorrow TomorrowInvitei TomorrowInTite TomorrowInvites
Invites Members of Philippine Par Party Part7 Party ¬
ty to Luncheon at Wlilfe House HomeOn HouseOn HouseOn
On First Day Da3Tlsit Visit of Revered ReV red Yew XerrEngland YewEngland eT eTEngland
England Aunt a Notable One for forTsft forTaft forTafti
Tsft Taft Famlly FamilyMaar HasT Friends Call ati atithe atthe atkthe
the Bcardman Residence ResidenceOnly n ResidenceOnly sfdenee sfdeneeOnly
Only one day mere before the poignant poignantperiod poignantperiod poignantperiod
period of suspense Is over for CitizenWilliam Citizen CitizenWilliam CitizenWlillam
William Howard Taft Taftbetce Taftbefore before the fate fateful fatetnt fatefnl ¬
tnt Biblekissing Blble lng beer of cere
ceremony IIIMIY arrives ar arrives arrives ¬
rivesLast rives rivesLast
rivesLast
Last night he slept the sleep of the theJust thejust thejust
Just but what his dreams were let no noInquisitive noinquisitive noinquisitive
Inquisitive public inquire Yesterday he haenjoyed heenjoYed heenjoyed
enjoyed himself In the good g old Taft Taftway Taftway TaftRay
way with a fiae 1ine sting golf game g3lleCheoy at atChevy atChevy
Chevy Chase as its its chief cRi t delight delightThe deHgbtThe elfgat elfgat7he
The Tafts wilt W to ail intents and andpurposes ID1dpurposes andpurposes
purposes move into the White House Housetoday H Housetoday e etoda3
today They have ve accepted ac pted an invita invitation invitation Invitation ¬
tion from President and Mrs Irs Roosevelt Rooseveltto P et etto
to spend the right t there The President Presidentelect Presid Presidentelect nt ntelect ¬
elect and Mrs Taft T t win drive to the theWhite theWhIte theWhite
White House in time for dinner cII1m Their Theirgoing Theirgoing Theirgoing
going wffi be purely informal They will willprobably willprobably m mprobebly
probably have ft a good many of their theirpersonal theIrperooosl theirpersonal
personal belongings moved over to tho thoWhite thoWhIte theWhite
White House Hou e from from the Boardmsn house houseIa houseIn housein
In the course of the afternoon afternoonThe afternoonThe afternoonThe
The opportunity to s head end the night at atthe atthe atthe
the White House will save the President Presidentelect Pesl Presidentelect ent enteJect ¬
elect and Mrs Taft much iaeonvemtencThey ineooveaieace ineooveaieaceThey Jaeenv JaeenvThy
They wffl be spared the trouble of a amorning amorning amorning
morning drive through the crowded crowdedstreets crowdedst crowdedstreets
streets st s and will wm besides bo Mes be able to toprepare toprepare toprepare
prepare themselves for the Task rn ru of in inaugaratiea ma inaugaratiea
augaratiea a tI9D day dayTukca dayTnke dayTakes
Takes Thins Bass EasrThe EuJlThe BassThe
The Presidentelect PreetdeDt lect scudded eda about town townin townIn townIn
in his white wizard car in the theyesterday morning morningyesterday morningyeterday
yesterday and took things easy and andcalmly andl andcalmly
calmly Politics intruded oa his time to a acertain a aI acertain
certain extent sad the the social mill kept keptgrinding ktgrl keptgrindingaway
grl grindingaway grinding lng away roe merrily + Ia the evening eveninghe evenin eveninBe eveningbe
Be was deMsKted deJIsIJt to t i Sad d Ma family cir circle c ce circle ¬
cle e i alteost eeajjleie e Robert RHert his older olderson old oldSOH olderson
son sow at Tale Iale will net M t arrive ustii ustiithis wt urtitthis t ts
this nursing nursingThe momi morningThe g gThe
The Ohioan possesses s a congenial inca incapacity incaadty incapacity ¬
pacity for worry for this Is a vital part partof partof
of the Taft temperament tem t bet he ardently ardentlydesires arocntbdesires ardentlydesires
desires the weather man ta meet him Mmhalf himhalt himhalt
halt way wa tomorrow He Is prepared to todistribute todtstrlOOte todistribute
distribute sunshine and good win and he howants hewants hewants
wants the elements te t match his mood moodHe moodHe moodHe
He riD be a very disappointed man if ifMedicine itI ifMedicine
Medicine Hat perversely gives him an anantlTalt ananUTalt anantiTaft
antlTalt day dayYesterday dayYest dayYesterday
Yesterday Yest was comparatively speaking speakinga
a quiet day for f < him and today t y will b bequally be beequally beequally
equally so He Is carefully cr luDy husbanding husbandinghis husbandIn husbandInills
his resources for the t e event which wiil wiilmake w1 il ilmake tlmake
make almost 1 st unexampled une mpled demands upon uponhis npo npois uponhis
his vitality In this he shows his con conservative conservaUft conservative ¬
servative and cautious cautiousHis wisdom wisdomHis wfedossHis
His day ended with an informal recep reception recetOR recepdon ¬
don at the t e Beardman Boar man residence from 1039 1039oclock 1G3ocleck 1430oclock
oclock until midnight mI About t H9 friendscame friends friendscame friendsCme
came to greet him Previous Pre to this ha hamade hemade hamade
made a brief brl r call at the home of Thomas ThomasF
F Walsh who gave a dinner of forts fortscovers fort fortcovers ro rocovers
covers In honor of the Inaugural ball aids aidsMr aidsIr aidsMr
Mr Ir Taft arrived hi time to hear informs informsaddresses tnform1ad informaIaddresses
addresses ad res s made ma e by Speaker Cannon Gist GistBiair GistBlair GistBlair
Blair Chester Arthur of Colorado and andothers 2ndothers andothers
others He made a short s and felicitous felicitousaddress felicitousaddress eIlcltocsaddress
address himself himselfHappy klmseJfJUlPPT himselfHappy
Happy Social Circle CircleThe CIrcleThe CircleThe
The Tafts are now arriving an1 ug In WashiAgton Wash Washington WeshIDgiDn ¬
ington in such numbers that they t fern fernquite fernquite er1 er1qwU
quite a large 1 rge and happy hap sy social circle circleThere drcltThere drctTlt6re
There are children c brothers sisters and andmaiden admaidea a t tmaiden
maiden aunts an proud of t their distin distinguished distingulsbed distinguished ¬
guished relative reltl e A family reunion will winbe willbe v1ilbe
be held soon after the inaugural but the thedate tl thedate e ed8te
date has not been set setMiss setdlss setMiss
Miss Helen Taft Taft the Presidentelect Presidentelerfsonly ts tsonly s sonly
only daughter came to the city from f her herstudies 1E 1Estudies herstudies
studies at Bryn Mawr but evening Her Herarrival He Herrtval Herarrival
arrival rrtval was simultaneous with that of ofCharlie7 ofCharge t tC
Charge C arJlee Taft Taft who is now a student at attho att80 atthe
the Horace H l3ce D Taft School in Water Watertown WatetOW1t Watertown
town Cenn Charlie is familiar with witliWashington withWasbllrten wlttWashington
Washington and was duly Imprea impressed with withthe Withthe withthe
the court of honor The Tart childrenwill children childrenwill chndf chndfmil
will spend only two nights hts m iR the White Wh5taHouse WhiteHeNse WiseHouse
House before returning to their school schoolduties scho1dutieg schoolduties
duties dutiesThe dutiegTe dutiesThe
The Presldentelecfs Presl three t three brothers brothersCharles brothersC brotherCharles
Charles C artes I E Taft of Cincinnati Henry W WC Wet WeCaew
eCaew C Jfew et ork rk City and Horace D of ofTgfs t erllQ
Tgfs llQ 11 i Conn Connsad nd nd bin sister Ister Mrs MrsBdwasds Msi MrsEdwards
i Edwards of Los Angeles Cat Calarrhred CateGyesterda Catarrived
arrived eGyesterda yesterday C P Taft Taft with h bis biswife bswife s swife
wife and two daughters Mrs Albert Albertllngai A AlbertzlnsaLa t tlng3b
lng3b llngai Viand uid d Miss Louise Taft are occupying occupy occupying OCCUpyIng ¬
ing ibex tb Hopkins home on the southeast southeastcorner southegstcorner southeastcorner
corner of Connecticut avenue and Dupont Dupontcircle Dupontcircle Dupontcircle
circle iHeary IHemy Henry W Taft Taft with his wife wifetwo wlfptwo Rifetwo
two sons and a a daughter is at the New NewWlllard XewWmard NewWlard
Wlllard Wmard Hetel Hotel and so also is Mrs Ed EdwapdsJ E EmtdsJ Edwads
wapdsJ wads Horace D Taft and his children chiMrpiiare chUdrpl1are childrenare
are are th thEi guests of James R R Garfield Secretary Sec Secretary Seretary ¬
retary f the Interior InteriorAfternoon IntertorI IDterlerI
I I Afternoon nt Golf GolfThe Golf GolfThe GolfThe
The Presidentelect H stole away Y yes yesterday YfJ YfJterdas yesterday ¬
terday Afternoon fternoon from the long JeR string It IthandsAakers t thandshakers ebandshakers
handshakers who daily visit Sslt the Board Boardman Boardman Boardman
man home He took his golf dubs anl anlcaddy aJ1icaddy aalcaddy
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sally the th ° entire afternoon He played play T Tholes 1hoI is isholeshi <
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for at least four years ycatSaDd and the result resultwas reutas resultwas
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was as a tsagedy trSedY gedY
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and MrTaff 1 Mr Taft said it would be unkind forhim for forhim forhim
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