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NUMBER 6010 I WASHINGTON V rnURSDAY EVENING JUNE 11 1908 PRIce ONE CENT
TAFTNOW CERTAIN CERTAINBeveridge
491 VOTES PLEDGED PLEDGEDBeveridge PLEDGEDEL
EL Beveridge and Cummins En Enter Enter
ter Fight for VicePresidency Vice VicePresidency
Presidency PresidencyHITCHCOCKS PresidencyHITCHCOCK
HITCHCOCK S CASE CASEREACHES CASEREACHES
REACHES A CRISIS CRISISNew CRISISNew
New Reveals Hostilit Hostility When He HeDenounces HeDenounces
Denounces Stetter for Carrying CarryingInformation CarryingInformation
Information to Taft Manager ManagerBy
By 1 C WELLIVER WELLIVERCHICAOO WELLIVERCHICAGO
CHICAGO June 111he Republican RepublicanNatinal Rettublt aB aBNatl4Htal
Natl4Htal conllSttee Hated th the Tart Taftdelegates TartdelesatM
delegates from the FIrM and Fifth i1 i1tricts Ills Illstflcta
tflcta Of South Carona today Th ThpIu This Thisplace
place em the th temporarY roll of the COft COftyntlon coaventlen
yntlon enough pledged Tact mea In to as assur assurW
surW sur th9 nomination of the War Val See Seerttry Seerctary
rttry 01 oil the nt ballotexaclly 4 4votes 1 1votell
votes votesTaft votellTaft
Taft also Is expected to capture the theentire theentire
entire State dele < < anions lit Tennessee TenneueeTex TennesseeTexas
Tex Texas an and < < V1r1nia which will 111 considerably con conalde
alde siderably Lbl Increase hi his total totalTwo totalTwo
Two DeW names were Ie brought into intothe to tothe
the Vice Pre PresidwUal WenUal discussion today todaythOfle tedM tedMtheee
thOfle bf Senator Beveridge ol Indiana In Indiana
diana and Governor Cummtpa CummtpsIowa of ofJOWL
r JOWL Senator Deverkdge yertdp 18 8Ug 8Uggested
gested by r1I admirers a as the thefltronptM t tat
fltronptM at W Wtatern rn man who stands well wellwith wellwith
with labor fe represents reHnUl a close an andoubtful and anddoubtful d
doubtful State and is an e effeetiv effeetivstumper < < eetive eetivetumper e
stumper as well weli as an enlhUlliuUc dod dodocate adocate
ocate of the Roosevelt poUcie8 policleeEver poUcie8Everee
Ever Everee since the mention oC Senator SenatorBev Senatort
t Bev Beverldge his name baa ben pUfd pUfdaround paawdaround
around as a that of the natural and eaay eaaychot eas easchoose e
chot choose under the dtMcultcircumlitanceil dtMcultcircumlitanceilJresented diffieuk eircumetanc eircumetanct
Jresented t resented As to Governor Cummins CummlMIIII
IIII name w discussed as repreaenUng repreaenUngry repreeentlccry ng
c ccry cc ry ryridge qualUkaUon which Senator Rena o Bevr Bevrndge nt y
ridge poeeesees except that Iowa Is leIndians a aurely
surely Republt Republian + xn State whllu India Indiais Indiana
1 is doe doeThe closeThe
The fact 18 1 however that no deel dec1lion deelflon
lion 1ft the Vice Pre Presidential ldenUal matter Ie IelIkel f flikely s
lIkel likely to be made for two or three days daysThe daysThe
The convention 1 is enjoying Itself lmag lmaginln imagmint
inln mint that It i I3 working hard over the theproblem theproblem
problem
lIite HitchcockNew CockN ew Fight FizhtThe FightThe
The sessions of the national committee committeeare i iare
are developing down under the surface surfacea i ia
a sharp boIItlllty between Frank H HHitchcock HHitchcock
Hitchcock the Tart manager and liar Harry
ry S NeW of Indiana the chairman chairmanIr
Ir r New started the trouble when he hede hedeman
de deman ad Kr Httctaeoeks reel nation nationas tron tronas
as an ait asadrtant t MCNUtry of the COM COMmitt cormittee
mitt mittee The situation hu Mea grwtn grwtnS wtnc wtncacute
S acute for several veral days when this th l afternoon af afternoon
ternoon a a crisis was reached reachedNew reachedtew
New tew Fer Fercea < ea Issue IllueA
A F F tatter proXY for the commit committeeman mlt mltteeman
teeman from Alabama b has been attend attMNIIng attending
Ing the seelons tona with religious reU < < ious regular regularIty regularity
Ity From time to time he hur hurrtM rlee out outof outof
of tM committee Ittee room to notify Xl XlHttcheoek xrHitchcock
Hitchcock atway always wafting outside ofthe of ofthe
the details or what is happening Stat Statter Statter
ter being an employe of the Taft cam campaign campaign
paign the proceeding caused comment commentthen commentthen
then criticism Finally tht this afternoon afternoonChairman ternoon ternoonCbatrman
Chairman N New w rose after one of Xr XrStatter MrStarters
Starters dluppoarancu dLeapp rances and without withoutmenUonlnc withoutmentioning
mentioning 11 nampa remarked that be beconaldered heconsidered
considered that the committee aU aUUon atten attention
Uon o ought ht to be called to the fut that thata
a gentleman sitting Ittln < < 118 a member WAS WASlolattA wasviolating
violating lolattA the rules by regularly carrying carry carrylog
log out Information concerning the pro proceedinp proceedtnge
ceedinp which were presumed to be besceret besceret
sceret sceretThe sceretThe
The remark was dlre directed ted at XI 9tat 9tatter tat tatter
ter and Xr New Indicated that tomur tomurrow tomurTvW
row at the first resumption of such suchactivity auchactivity
activity he wuJd Initiate steptl to have havethl havethis
thl this person excluded from further furtherpartlclpatlon furtherparticipation
participation ih ti the proceedings proceedingsTh proceedingsThis
Th This development vetop nt caUM caused > d a sensation MlUlUonnnd sensationand
and Is expected to be followed with withtireworks withr
r fireworks tomorrow The Taft people peoplehre peopleare
are in th the cheerful po position ltion of not neei neeiIng neeJing
Ing to be much concerned th they y hae haelated ha e eseated
seated eiouDt d delegates leliateM to make the tbefomlnaUon therominatlon
fomlnaUon df their candidate cer certain certainand ln lnand
and In addition a l 0 a ured that stili stilioth astlltothers
others oth Ml will be gained before th the eon eontP9ts contests
tests are closed But the NewHltch NewHltchCGck NewHitchcock
cock feud Is likely to have importantbearing Important Importantbeartne
bearing on the question of chairmanshipaksring chairmanship chalrmanahlpGurinc
Gurinc the campaign campalsnThe campaignThe
The opponents of Hitchcock are show JlhowIng showing
Ing more activity In the committee anJ anJwhile anJhlle
while hlle carrying rytnar out ht his proeram r ram It Ie ha hacran In Inc
pm
cran c s casngly < < l plain p ain that some of ofram ihe h a com commItteemen eemrnitteemen
mItteemen do not U like e all ht his methods methodsTaft methodsTaft
Taft Opposes Cortelyou CortelyouWith CortelyouWith
With the nomination of Taft on tint tintballot firstballot
ballot now made an ab absolute olute certalnt certalntwith certainty certaintywith
with the Vice Presidential situation utterly ut uttedy
tedy In the th air swatting further intructlon in intruction
truction from the White House as to tothe tothe
the lat latest prefe prefeeerce in that qua quarter quarterand er erIt
and It nd with thE platform information 10 10ng Lang
ng held lot 11 within a small circle clrcIeof
of Insi ere III M t9 convention gatherings gatheriRar
r th thr aatefdng tLln to Ue dull and lid feature featureIt e u uIts
Its It se horn w time until n near ar the hour hour1jr hourfir
fir eorerti cor et1 f to open opolLFrom openFrom
From yartoWJ authoritative Washing Waablnctm
tm source cones the assurance urance that thatSecretarT thatSecretary
Secretary Corelyou will have to becounted be becuQted
counted out of the Vice Preeklentlal Preeklentlalonalderattu Pre Identlal Identlalconadetati
onalderattu n because It Is MM Secre Secretar7 ipec re retart
tart Taft hall said poetttvel that ho hoCoatbnMd heContinued
Continued 011 Second PaXVEATHER PaX PsgeWEATHER
WEATHER REPORT REPORTThe
The weather will continue continuecloudy IY IYcloudY
cloudY tonight and Friday In the JfUIt JfUItand Eaetand
and South with local showers over the thelatter thelatter
latter district districtIt di et etIt
It wilt be warmer FrIday In the Ohio OhioHey Ohiov
v Hey Heyrhe IlesPie
Pie winds along Jon the middle AtlaDtlc AtlaDtlca A Ao tlantlo tlantloroast
roast a t will be light to t o treeh free h northerly oortterlybeeOtftln northerlybeeoming
beeOtftln < < variable rlabJe on the south At AtlaUc Atlartic
laUc coa coast t light to treat and mostly mostlywent me Uy Uywet
wet to southwest and on the east at Gulf GtIItcoaat Gulfcoaat
coaat light and variable variable8t variablesteamers
8t steamers departing today for EuropeanportJI European Inropeanports
ports win have light to fresh northwest JlorthWMtto
to north winds with generally lair lairweat fairweather
weat weather to the Gnmd Bank BankTJKPJRA BanksTZMPRATURE
TJKPJRA TZMPRATURE TZMPRATUREW TURE TUREW
W Bu JDecks
9 a m 17 II
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SUN TAJILW TAJILWSun TABLIDSun
Sun rlkhlt 411 411Sun 4 4Sun
Sun sets 1yd 1ydI T TT1DJ
I T1DJ TABLE TABLEHigh 1ABL1IHigh
High wall todIW rIt ti 4i P IlL IlLLw tatLnw
Lw wafV today llloaJl llloaJlIhe lltl4 p m mHigh
High Water tmrw54 tmrw 55t a ma m 6f16 p In InLw inLuw
Lw water tomorrol14t p mI m mI
I
GAMBLING ON ORACES ORACESGETSDEATH RACES RACESGETS
GETS GETSDEATH DEATH BLOW BLOWNew
New fork y ork State Senate SenatePasses SenatePasses
Passes FenaI Code Bill Billby BillbY26
by bY26 26 to 25 25WALL 25WALL
WALL STREET ATTACK ATTACKQUICKLY ATTACKQUICKLY
QUICKLY FRUSTRATED FRUSTRATEDOther
Other Amendments Meet With WithSpeedy WithSpeedy
Speedy RebuffsSenator RebuffsSenatorI
I Foelker Present PreentALBA1Y PresentALBANY
ALBANY JUlIe lIThe senate at pa passed passedthe ecJ ecJthe
the p penal nal ootnerade oo rade track Dill by a vole voleo voteof
o of 6 to S ifSenator S5enator
Senator FoeIk Foelker r arrived in the Sen Senate Senate
ate chamber at noon He wu aCCOm aCCOmpanied acoompanted
panted b by Dr Franklin Murphy and andClLo andCa
ClLo Ca on n Chase ChaseSenator Cha e eSenator
Senator Grady moved an Ii amendment amendmento
0 have the ban bills take effect at the end endot
ot the raeln rasing season but it was aa de deeated defected
eated by a vote of 31 t to Sthe teatrote teat teetot8
rote roteAt ot8 ot8At
At Ue request of Lieutenant Gov GoverJlOl Governor
erJlOl Chandler the senators were wereaakeel wereasked
asked to refraIn from mAking any anydatnOftlJtratlon anydemonstration
demonstration when h Senator l1oelker l1oelkerentered Foelkerentered
entered the senate n e chamber Those In Inthe intoo
the galleries were warned that It therewas there
1 was any demonstration there that every everyDe everyems
ems De would ould be sent out Senator Poelker Foelkersat Poelkert
sat t down hf Senator AlldtI Mat No NoT
9 T He was All idenl den I ly suffering u < < vlngo tern terrlbl
bl bly for hi his breath came ca In gasps gaspsSenator paJNISenator
Senator Grady moved another aannd aanndment nd ndmeat
meat changing the penalt penalty to 3If00 But Butthl butthis
thl this was a defeated defeat by the same me vot votGrady vote voteGrady
Grady also 1 tried to have Walt street treetgambling
gambling Included In n the gambling cafe ea1epry cafegory
pry but thlll wa was likewise deCfstPd deCfstPdby
by the same me vote ote II to toThe 96 96The
The vote ote on the penal Dal code bill was wasthen waslion
then ordered An etmergency rC8ftCY meItta meIttafrom nnestsnge nnestsngefrom
from the governor 1 make action legal legalat Jeplat
at thl this time was read r d Senator Cohalaft CohalaftcxplalDM
explained hill vote and made It a Ivry Ivryspeech Jon Jonspeech
speech Senator Agnew objected when hen
the senators enatcr time was op opI upI
I ask unanimous consent orwent fOr aJt ex extension extenslon
tension ot tlne MId Coha1an SenatorRalnea Senator SendorRain
Rain Ralnea aid that In Interest or hUman hUmanIty humanity
Ity referring to senator Fuelkers POJt4 rs con condition conditlon
dition he would be forced to object objecthe objectThe
The he rcll call proceeded aDd as soon oon u uSenator asSenator
Senator Poelker had anawerd answer a ahis aye ayeae
ae his na name was aa called b he w I Nd from fromOM fromthe
OM chamber ebantberWARNED chamberWARNSDBX
WARNSDBX WARNED BY ANGEL ANGELSHE e eSHE
SHE ORDERS COFFIN COFFINComely COFFINComely
Comely Vidow Has Had Many ManyHeavenly ManyHeavenly
Heavenly Visitors Si Since e Hus Husbands Husbands
bands DeathNEW Death DeathNJn
NEW YORK June 11Wam4d bT bTthe bythe
the visit of an an angel el as n she declal declalMrw declares declaresIirs
Mrw Anna KI8I1e1a or Passaic N J Jh Jhas
h has named next Sunda Sunday as the day on anwhich onwblch
which she will die SM baa even evennamed evennamed
named the time bttween 5 and a p JR11Ie JR mThe
The young woman a widow co comely comelyand ty tyand
and only twentYlHtVen years old Is Isspendlg isspendigg
spendlg the Interim in prayer In Ute Utetntet thestreets
streets tntet and in conve converse with her neigh nelchbor8 neighbors
bor8 bor8So borsSo
So confident Is Mrs Xlallela that she ahewin shewill
win be called home All she put puts it iton Iton
on next Sunday that she ha has made JDdeher madeher
her shroud and has ordered her coffin
Her husband died two years ap apand agoand
and since then the widow says she 11 baa baahad
had many visits from ansela an ela who havowarned havo havowarned
warned her to be ready tor for her chance chanceto
to another world Her study of 1 1IIgton re
IIgton has tien from her all de desire desirefor lr8 lr8for
for this world she declare and aneawalta she sheawaits
awaits her death with pleasure pleaaurBRYAN pleasureBRYAN
BRYAN CANT CAT 1T WIN WINNEW WINNEW
NEW YORKER SAYS SAYSNebraskan SAYSNebraskan
Nebraskan Has Alienated Support Supportin
in Empire State E H HPhilbin HPhilbin
Philbin Asserts AssertsThe AssertsThe
The Democratic party Is riding barl barltor hsr i ifor
for a fall if they nominate WlIlhur JBryan J JBryan
Bryan for the Pre Presidecy ldelcy at the Denver Denverconvention Denverconvention
convention aCC actor r4ln Ink to the oplftl opinion ft 8X expressed 8Xpre
pre pressed ett at the Wblt hlte HOUwday by byEu byEugene
Eu Eugene H Pbllbln a prominent Demo Democrat Democrat
crat of New York city and former dls dlstrtet diatrict
trtet attorney attorneyMrs I IMn
Mn nbllbln declared that Bryan Bryanwould Bryanwould
would find It impossible to carry New NewYork NewYork
York State Immediately after the defeat de defeat
feat of Parker four years ear ao he MIdBryans MId saidBryans
Bryans strength In New York State was watlvery wasvery
very gjoat at but since that time his reck
less utterances have be been n such that he
has driven away from kUn himself elf much much of of
the support which he had previously
gained gainedEUROPE lned lnedEUROPE
EUROPE LAMENTS LAMENTSLOSS LAMENTSLOSS
LOSS OF SINGERS SINGERSNearly SINGERSNearly
Nearly All of Best S Singers ngers Have HaveAmerican HaveAmerican
American Engagements Next NextSeason NextSeason
Season SeasonLO SeasonLONDON
LO LONDON DON June llA condition her bord herdaring
d daring rtn Oft panic h has overtaken European Earopenopera Europeanopera
opera managers 8 am a re result ult Of their In InabUity inability
ability to CO cope 8 with Americas A1 M1eaft managers managersIn
In the m matter tter or salriee 111811 paid to stars starsLondon starsLondon
London and continental cltl cities have felt te1tthe felttheloss
the theloss Io s of prestige for several yearsbut Years Yearsbut
but the situation was as never as acute a aat as asat
at pr8H present presentOne t tOne
One of the members or the London Co Covent covent
vent Garden syndicate said today thapractically that thatpraetleally t
practically all the opera stan with the thefn th thoxceptlon e
fn oxceptlon lon of Melba aDd Tetraslhl have haveAmerican havAmerican e
American engagements the cOming cOmingaon
son aDd that Europe will hav have o only onlysecondary ly a aaeeondary
secondary Jot of singers slnganJneaUalntc singersRealising
neaUalntc that the only thing to do tft tftoftattt tooftkpt
oftattt American Invasion I is to eDeOur eneourag eDeOure
ag e the development ot new operatic operJIlcstnI operaticstairs
stairs IgaatUIl 1lorie Torte a rich shipowner shipownerof r
of ROMe the cradle of operatic stars 8tarhu starshas
hu inaugurated a competition to find ftndtal1l findMars
Mars to take the places or those wh whhave Who Whohave e
have turned to America He i is offering nt
big prisea ri8 and tree tuition and an annUnC8S announces
nUnC8S that the plan Is a great success 8UCCe88o
o
11 I t WILL HE STAND PAT ON A BUSTED FLUSH
OOPYrtcbt 1 1101 by the Chicago TribuM
ROBBERS Sr SMASH SMASHINDO ASH ASHWINDOW
WINDOW INDO OF ot STORE STOREJcvelry STOREJewelry
Jewelry Worth 5000 Taken TakenWhile TakenWhile
While Men Watch ThievesWho Thieves ThievesWho
Who Escape EscapeCHICAGO EscapeCHICAGO
CHICAGO June llOne of the boW boWMt boldest
Mt robberies In recent year occurred oeeucredtoday occurredtoday
today when two men threw a brickthrough brick bc10kthrough
through the north window ot Hyman HManB6 HymanBerg
Berg B6 g t Cos Co jewelry store In H Co Colu Colurr
lu lurr u us Memorial building State and andWashington lid lidVatlblngton
Washington streets wept > > 16010 OOt worth worthof worthof
of jewelry into a bA bag and ea escaped escapedDeepite < aped apedDwpltts
Dwpltts the 011 osriy rb hour there Were WeremAlty weremany
many men on State street at the time timeNMIe timebee
bee enodgh to he hear r the crash of the thebrMktnc thebreaking
breaking clan No one attempted to tointerfer toInterfere
Interfere and the robbers who werenot were werentt
not maaked filed their ba bag < < rather de deJlbertely deilberately
Jlbertely aM then started to walkbriskly walk walkhriMtly
briskly east t On n Washington 1 htngton street streetA streetAs
A As they reached rea hecl the alley John Crowe Crowea
a private watchman In uniform nut nutout ranout
out He bad lnard rd the glass broker brokerand brokeand
and was running to investigate H Htook HHtook
took In the situation and ordered the themen themen
men to baIt They started tu run and and1th andwith
with 1th Crowe In close olo e pursuit theygained they theyIralned
gained Wabash avenue ran up the aIe elevated aIeated
ated railroad loop step and were lot lotto lostto
to their pursuer In the maze of stairs Ittalranel stairsand
and platforms plattormtlHAMMOllD platformsHAMMOND
HAMMOND REFUSED REFUSEDGUILDS REFUSEDGUILDS
GUILDS ASSISTANCE ASSISTANCEBOSTON
BOSTON June 1lGolt6rnor Guild Guildwill
win form no alliance otren offensive tv8 or de deieMly deicnstve
ieMly with 1th John Hays Hammond Hammondthe
the mining expert In the campaign for torthe forthe
the Ve Presidential nomination nominationWhen nominationWhen
When Mr Hammond registered yesterday yes yesterday
terday at his home In Gloucester to toquaUy toqualify
qualify technically as a New England Englandman Englandman
man before the Chicago convention conventionhe
he said that he had assured the IlOV IlOVernor governor
ernor that he would withdraw from therace the therace
race If the convention wants a candidate candi candidate
date from this section ot the country oountryHammond countryHammond
Hammond comes from California andMsesachueetta and andMaMachulI8ttlll
MaMachulI8ttlll Is only second strIng strIngto
to his candidacy On the other hand handhe handhe
he asked Governor Guild for his support sup support
port and that of the 1IassaehU Massachusetts Massachusettsdelegation et l ldelegation
delegation If the con convention venUon de decided < lded to togt togo
gt outside ot New England for a nom nominee norninee
inee The governors letter says that thatu that1aaamucIl
1aaamucIl u muelt aM he expects Indorsement Indorsementfrom indorsementfrom
from ll1chlgan as well a New Eng Englmd England
land he cannot enter into any com combination combination
bination withHammond withHammondCONTINE with Hammond HammondCONTINENTAL
CONTINE CONTINENTAL JTAL HALL HALLCONTRACT HALLCONTRACT
CONTRACT AWARDED AWARDEDAunounclD
AunounclD that the work of finishing finishingCOfttinMltal finishingContinental
Continental Hall will be begun Imme Immeately immeaately
ately Mrs Donald McLean last night nightsent nu ht htHIlt
HIlt a telegram to the headquarters > ot ofthe otthe
the Daughters of the American Rev01u Rev01utlon Revolution
tlon saying that she had given the con contraet contract
tract for the work to Norcross Brothersof Brothers BrothersMaHchu
of MaHchu Massachusetts eUs eUsThe
The choosing of the NorcroH firm is
the result of the conference last July Julywhen
when Mrs McLean submitted to the tkeN theboard
board N of trustees the propositions ot otvariou8
various contractors contractorllThe
The building 1 is very nearly complc completed completedWith od odWith
With the exeeptlcu or two porticos and andftnal anda
a final tOrT nothing rem remains 1ns to be done doneexcBpt doneexcept
except InMrIor decoration
25 s5f0 O to Chicago ant an Return ReturnJune
June 12 to 16 via Pennsylvania R Railroad RailroadTickets l1road l1roadTickets
Tickets good to return until June 21 See Seeticket
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ENGLISHRUSSIAN ENGLISHRUSSIANTREATY ENGLISHRUSSIANTREATYRUMORED
TREATY TREATYRUMORED TREATYRUMOREDKing RUMORED RUMOREDKing
King Edward Starts Home HomeAfter HomeAfter
After Visit to the theCzar theCzar
Czar CzarIT
IT PfrrIDRZSURG JlRSBURG June J l1It was wacper8tte waspersistently
per8tte persistently t1 rumored in douma circles circleshere clre clrere
here re today that 1IIIaperor Nlcholu and andKiA andKing
KiA King < < Edward had entered Into an n Aft AftIo AngioRussian
gioRussian Io tan agreement which will be beenla beenlarged
enla enlarged Into a formal treaty If the tbeBrttJah theBritish
British parliament consents consentsit
It ill believed that Ru Russia will gladlY gladlYarive gladlygive
give her aid provided the treaty contains con contdna
tdna nothing that would tend to weak weaken
en the friendship with Germany King
Edward sailed from Reval at 3 doloek doloekthla solockthis
this morning Tb The festivities n the theOult theQulf
Oult ot Finland continued up to the thehour thehour
hour of departure departureAgreement departureAgreement
Agreement Is Opposed OpposedBy OpposedByEngfish
By ByEngfish English Liberals LiberalsLONPON LiberalsLONDON
LONDON June nThe rumor that t1tan thatan
an Angloautn agreement had been beenI
I nteeI Into durin during < < King EcIwar Edwards s vie visIt vieIt
It to the Csar at Revel I is received here herewtlh herewtth
wtlh misgivings The Con Conservatives Conservativeswill enaUve enaUvewill
will give their support to such a MOVe MOVebut movebut
but it Is extremel extremely doubtful whether whetherthe whetherthe
the liberals said Laborites will support supportIt
It
It I Is certain that the ltt after r will 01 01poM op oppose
poM pose a formal treaty with Russia They Theydemand bey beydad
dad that Russia adept a mere eon eoncillatory conciltatory
cillatory polle policy before England enters eatertlInto entersinto
Into an open proe profession lon ot frJencl friendsldp p
It a formal treaty is ii posed od It Is Iseure Issure
sure to result In one of the warmest
debate ever held In parliament parliamentOMAN parliamentWOMAN
WOMAN OMAN TOSSED TOSSEDBETWEEN TOSSEDBETWEEN
BETWEEN CARS CARSMrs
Mrs Ella Brent May Rec Recover RecoverFrom ver verFrom
From Serious Injuries of ofAccident ofAccident
Accident AccidentDragged AccidentDragged
Dragged for several feet by the fender fenderor
or is L Ca Capital ltal Traction car Mrs Ella EllaBrnt EllaBrent
Brent ftftyh years of age Is In a ario aserlom
serlom rio condition In the Emergency Hos Hospital Hospital
pital She I is suffering from concussion concussionor
or the brain and Injuries about the thehead thehead
head and body but the doctors MY she shewill shewill
will probably recover recoverMrs recoverMtg
Mrs Brent was crossing Pennsylvania Pennsylvaniaavenue Penn Ylvanla Ylvanlaavenue
avenue between Third and Fouranda Fourandahalt
halt streets when she was struck by a awestbound awestbound
westbound Fourteenth street CAr and andthrown andthrown
thrown to the opposite track directly directlyI
I is front of an eAstbound n8 navy yard yardcar yardcar
car SheWS Sheswas dragged some distance distancebefore distancebefore
before the motorman W8 able to stop stopDr stopDr
Dr Philip G Affleck of H9 14 PfiKlnsyl PfiKlnsylvania Pennsylvtanla
vania avenue carried the woman to the thebospltal thehospital
hospital In his automobile She did not notliecome notbecome
become conscious oon cloUtl until 8 late hour last lastJ11 lastnight
night nightMrs J11 ht htMr
Mr Brent had made her home for the
last few years ears at the home of the Amer American American
ican Salvation Army 412 Second street streetnorthwo streetnorthwest
northwest t She left the home about six sixweekll sixweeks
weeks ago agoHE agoHE
HE COULD MAKE MONEY MONEYCHICAGO MONEYCHICAGO
CHICAGO June 1LJust to show the thegirls thegirls
girls parents that he could make mokemoney makemoney
money enough to support her Salvatore Salva Salvato
tore to Fratlce Francesco eo made It coin moM at atSteger atSteger
Steger Ill and nd threw It t through the th6window thewindow
window of the home of Miss MarieSehultx Marie MarieS
S Sehultx hHlt7 The Federal authorities hUlrd hUlrdf htardof
of f It and arrested the Italian Yooter Yooterday Yesterday
day JOOIJ Landis Lac lined him 1 and sen sentenced sentenced
tenced him to a day In jail The Run Runl punishment
l hment was light because Secret ervlce erv ervlee
lee men said Jt was evident Francesco Francescoer Francescoaver
aver er Intended to coin bad money
AROUSING AFIOUSINGUHICAGO AFIOUSINGUHICAGOTO CHICAGO CHICAGOTO
TO SAVE SLA SLAYER SLAYERPriest YEA YEAPriest
Priest Hopes to force Par Pardon Pardon
don for Bulk From Gov Governor Governor
ernor DeneeQ DeneeQCHICAGO DeneeiCHICAGO
CHICAGO June J HTN MOlt re reJlNLlkabN remarkabie
JlNLlkabN demonstration In behalf ot otJIIJt ofa
a JIIJt condemned tc d die Oft the gallows gallowsbecan gallowsbegan
began toda today when hen i series of meetings meetingsthroughout meeUa meeUatbrouabout
throughout the clt city war held to arouee aroueepublic arou e epublic
public sentiment Um4tl 1ft favor of H Herman HermanBlnik < < meu meuB1l11k
B1l11k sentenced tftneeCI to he ha hanged tomor tomorrow tomorrow
row The R Rev v P J OCaJlaghan who whohas bo bohu
hu fought for BUllks ute for J months monthswill htM htMwill
will be the rtnctpal X speaker er at t aU oC oCtheM ofthese
theM meetings meetingsIt s sIt
It 18 the fMeets purpo purpose to anHIfI anHIfIpublic arauspublic
public sentiment so o that Lb the people peopleChicago ot
Chlca Chicago will flood Governor DelWens Dehrensoffice DelWensotftce
office with telegram te 1IUI aad ad letters lettersmending fie fieHllMIl
mending HllMIl that the
chief executive ex axeretse exereae
ereae clemency As the start of this thillcampatgn thiscampaign
campaign Father OCalla OCallaghan < < ban today todaymailed todayto v
mailed to Governor Deneea I > enHll a petition pet1Uonsigned petitionsigned
signed by l00 11 persons urging the goy goyernor govertun
ernor to commute Bulks sentence to toife t tlife o
life ImpriMnmentWhile imprisonment imprisonmentWhile
While Father OCallactan OCallegi an nu U at atwork a awork t
work DtUlks legal friends hereand at atSprlngfted a aSpringfield
Springfield were aIM fighting hud To Today Today
day Federal Judgb Jud Laad Landis l will wi paae o oa on onat n
at petition for a writ of habeas corpus corpusftled co corpusIBM
IBM y yt steeda sterday The State supreme aupremecourt supremecourt me
court loo today > refused the petition 111ed 111ede fl flyesterday led
yesterday e terda to vacate Its action atfirmlnt affirmi affirmithe ag
the action of th the Jow lower r court and pray
lag leave to go before the criminal criminalcourt criminalcourt
court and uk for a new trial trialJailor trialJailor
Jailor Davis said today that Whll
Dmlk hu given up hope he doe no noappear not notap t
ap appear ar to be worried and slent well ell
last night Mrs DtIHk and Edna HUUk
the condemned mans wife and dugh h i itr
tr visited him for to hours hoursn1 II8t II8tnl6hq >
nl6hq n1 htl
Cant you ou come home with U8 now nowuked nowt nowtask
uked ask little Edna s she kissed her h hgoed er
rather coed night nightNo 0
No I must stay here Ii n little while e epact
before I can 1fO BliNk said and vlp vi pact
his eyes eYeMToday eyesToday
Today the work ork ot putting the OUloJd d
together was rushed This will be fin
lobed b b3 late atttrnoon and the execu
tion w will l take place a as soon after 1 1ooIOk ioolock 6
ooIOk tomorrow morning aM possible IOHiblWILL possibleWILL
WILL INVITE ELKS ELKSHERE ELKSHERE
HERE NEXT YEAR YEA YEAIn R
In an effort to get the Elks or Amer AmerIca AmerIca
Ica to hotd their next convention in this thiscltv tit titcity 18
city a meeting of Washington Lodge Lod Lodlast
last night su suggested gested that letters bA for forwarded forwarded
warded to t the e heads he ds of the or organIaa organIaaton I Itlon
ton The next national na lonal convention will
be held In Dallrs T Tex x July Jul of this thisye1 thisyear
year Should th the Elks hold tapir next nextconvention sex sexconvention t
convention here 1t 18 probable that fro frolio1160 from m
50000 tc 60000 visitors would be at attraded attracted
traded tradedNO tractedNO
NO NAUGHTY NAUGIITYbOWNS NAUGIITYbOWNSFOR OWNS OWNSFOR
FOR MR COlVISTOCK COlVISTOCKNEW COMSTOCNEW
NEW YORK June Anthony 1L Com Comstocks Comstocks
stocks dictum has barred the sheath sheathskirt shea sheaskirt th
skirt from New York The chief of the theSocloty th thSociety e
Society for the Suppression o of Vice de deolared dedared
dared ltoday ltodayYou today todayYou
You can say for me that no womanwhether woman womanwhether
whether she be of the Fifth avenue set seta t ta
a chorus girl or a shop girl wm be al allowed a1lowed
lowed to create public scandal by parse parselug rad radIng
lug the Indecent dress 80 long as the theVice tl1 tl1Vtce e
Vice SOCiety remains In existence existencePolice exl tence tencePollce
Police Commissioner Bingham how howover however
over Is for the sheath skirt skirtIt klrt klrtIt
ever
It It Is not for me to h eftinterfere interfere he hesaid h hsaid e
said Did you ever hear eft ot any onlt onltperson on I Iperson
person who could settle tl what a nation nationof nattoof n
of women should we wear Not for me
2550 to Louisville andRet and Return ReturnJune ni niJune
June 13 tp 17 vI via Pennsylvania RailroadTickets Railroad RallrodTlckets
Tickets goad to return until Julie JulieSee i iSee
See ticket agentsAdvJ agentsAdv
II
J r 4
PRESIDENT DIRECTSCOLLAPSE DIRECTS DIRECTSCOLLAPSE
COLLAPSE iNQUIRY
District Attorney Baker Ask Asked Askedto
edto ed to Prosecute Guilty GuiltyPersons GuiltyPersons
Persons PersonsLetters PersonsLetters
Letters Made Public t1y t1yLoc b1YLa
Loc b at White WhiteHouse WhiteHouse
House HouseThe
The President has taken a hand In Inthe inthe
the Investigation of the collapse of the theapertment theapartment
apartment house at Twentieth and P PatrJHtt PMrAete
atrJHtt which hlob caused the death Of two twoBleD twomen
BleD BleDWith
With a view to securing a rigid SId Investigation In Inve
ve vestigation Ugatlon of the aoeldent he wrote to toDistrict toDistrict
District District Attorney D I1kr urging him tomake to tomake
make every effort to locate the blame blameToda blameToday
Toda Today he received a reply from MrBaker Mr MrJhlker
Baker wh who says that he will do all allIn allin
In his power to comply with the Pres Presidents 1 1dflnts
dents wishes TJ Tile e corre8 correspondence Ondeuoe In Inth inthe
th the l matter atter whloh was ws made public to todaY to today
daY by S Secretary retary Loeb Ie as u follows folloWJfJune followsJune
June 10 1001 1001TIM 1900The
TIM WhIte House Washington D C CMy CMy
My Dear Yr Dlstnct Attorney By
direction o of the President I write to toMY tosay
MY that be wishes you would have baveapeetl havespecial
special attention paid tp the recent 001 0011JIN
lapse It the th thattention apartment house and He Hethat seethat
a
that thorough reugh InvUgaUon Is mad madand madeand
and whoever is responsible for it es esJeCt esally
JeCt ally 117 the contractors or District Districtuilding
building lna inspectors tors prosecuted to the theutl1lOllt theutmost
utmost limit of the law The Pre President Presidentparticularly ldent ldentJMLrtJeulari
particularly wl8h wishes to prevent such oUt oUtaa optrages
rages aa this In connection with the er6e
Uon ot uUdlngs In the District and to toHiI t tpenabae o
penabae HiI Jtae as heavily u pos possible tble all per perIiOIUI persons
sons responsible fOr the accident accidentYours accidentYours
Yours very truly
W1LLI WILLIAM I LOfCS JR
Secretary to the President PrtNtldentThe PresidentThe
The following letter was received lit litUle a athe t
the Wfttt House today todayHM todayHea
HM William Loeb jr Secretary to t o
t the 8 President Pre id en t White House Wash
IRgton D c cXy CSly
Xy vear bear Mr tIr Loeb I have your youreOMftUlnlcation youeoasmanfcatlon
eOMftUlnlcation of the lGth instant I I
have already tk taker up the Inve investiga tlga
tton of the recent collapse of tile apart apartmeat
meat t house boo and have detailed Mr Turnor Tur TurJMI
nor one of my assistants With the de
tectiYell and other assistants a latantiJ to be pre pre8IIt prosant
ant at the Coroners Inquest and brin bring g
to light very detaJl and circumstance circumstanceor e
obiilia or thla tragedy so 0 that aU to whom et t
obi blame me may In the least wise attach attachaball site siteshall
shall be brought to tile bl andprosecuted and be beprOMCUted
prosecuted to the limit of the law
I Jlhall not rest content with 1th the ox oxan ozminatlon
an minatlon natlon of the Coroner whatever Its Itsreault it itresult 9
result may be but shall consider the thematter th thmatter e
matter pwIO personally 1J aDd It the clrcum clrcumIItJIce cireumstances
stances warrant present It Immediately y
to the Grand JUry I bare fully full the th e
feeling that lIU such h outrages show showpeaaused should M Mpeoalbed
peoalbed In every way In whleb the thelaw thehaw
law may afford punishment punishmentRespectfully unl8hment unl8hmentuRflSpectrulJy
Respectfully
DANIEL W BAKER BAKERU
U S DS District trlct Attorney D DSTUART C CSTUART
STUART ACCEPTS ACCEPTSAS
AS SUPERINTENDENT SUPERINTENDENTFinally
Finally Consents to Succeed SucceedDr SucceedDr
Dr Chancellor Officially OfficiallyOyster OfficiallyOyster
Oyster Pleased PleasedA
A T Stuart direct3r ot Intermediate IntermediatemtnICtJon e
instruction and acUD aetlnp superintendent ot otOM o othe f
OM public s > scttOl will be retained as asnpertntend8llt ac acsuperintendent
superintendent npertntend8lltThe
The announcement wu made this thismorninG thismorning s
morninG by Capt James 1 F Oysterpresident Oyster Oysterpre
pre president tdent or the Board of Education Educationatter
after having Ing been definitely decided at ateeterdays a ayesterdays t
yesterdays meetinG of that body In inFranklin 4he be beFNnkttli
Franklin Sch School > Ol In making the an announC
h
noun l1lent ant captain Oyster paid a high hightrtlMte dig digtribute
tribute 9 the service Mr lr Stuart Stuarthas Stuarthasgiven ha hagiven s
given th the District in the interests of ofedueat1on
education He aId that the vote ote to re retain
lain Mr Stuart as superlntedent v8S v8SuJlanimoue w gas
unanimous and that It plea pleased d not only onlyth onl y
th the board but also the entire corps of ofteachers o oteachers f
teachers teachersPrevious teachersPrevious
Previous to the election of Dr Chan Chancellor Chancaller
caller to the po position ltion O of superintendent superintendentMr
Mr Stuart resigned from the post 08t be becau
cau cause h he thought the duties too much muchfor
for hi his heckle When Dr C Chancellor Chancellorregime llors llorsrglme s
regime ended the selection of MrStuart Mr MrStuart
Stuart as actinG superintendent W8 W8unanimous w wunanimous
unanimous and he wu offered t tplace tplace he
place at t the t tno nQ He asked to be ghen ghentime bruin I
time to consld r and only after belug belugre bean beanrepeatedly g
re repeatedly tedly pressed to accept by the theschool th e
school otliclals of dale did he answer In the theaffirmative a aftrmatlvo
affirmative at yesterdays meeting meetingThe meetingThe
The position of director of Intermedi Intermediate
ate education which was held b by Mr lairStuart MrSturat
Stuart under Dr Chancellor ws was filled filled8sterday fill
yesterday by the promotion of CharleS Charles
S Clark supervising principal of t tSecond the theS he
Second S nd division The filling of o this po poMUon poanion
anion which tt t was thought for a time timemlcht timemight
might be abolished ab > Ushed will take a a great greatamount greatamount
amount ot work from the shoulders or orMr o or to t
Mr id iddevote r Stuart and allow l10w him more time to todevote t o
devote to the general good of the theaehnols th thschools e
schools schoolsThe
The T he followIng other appo 1 intments ntments a and andpromotions
promotions were ordered ordereaCharles orderedCharles
Charles S Clark director of intonno intonnodlt i
dlt In instruction trucUon to take effect July I +
1 19011
19011B B W Murch promoted from principal principalof 1
of the Force Forceclpal e School to supervising prin principal pr
cipal of the Second division In place placeo e
o of Mr Clark to take effect Jt JhY Y I 19913 19913Acept 1908Accept
Accept resignation of Miss M Mchar PoW W WFarr
Farr tKcher char o of the first grade Po Pom PoFarr poto potomac
m mac Farr FarrSeshoal Seho Seshoal > l building Eighth division to totake t ttake o
take effect from and after June 10 10Appoint yam l9IISAppoint
Appoint Miss N E Eo Gall01lay loway as astoacher s
la lateacher
teacher of the first Jrade And 85S1 85S1to al ht bm
to the Potomac School bu building 1djng EI SS SSdivision hth hthdivision h
division to take ofe effect t on and afteJune Rotter RotterJune r
June 11 1905 19 19Mr
Mr Cox chairman of the v ways s an anmeans and andmeans d
means committee reported the follow follo1ing followg
big bigwere g balances of appropriations for 390 901 901were 7
were one hand 1lando handOfficers
o Officers 11034 I6H t teachers each ors 10346 modJca1 med medical
ical inspectors i10068 16668 compulsory edu education education
cation 21318 1348 bOoks and supplteschcol supplies 350 350gait
chcol Jaygrounds 1 tl3 i32 school g gdens gait gdens
dens 6ii janitors 2132 care small smallbuildings 1
buildings 1115 ili clocks and libraries t tDuring 900 900During
During the meeting passing mention mentionwas mentionwas
was made by Captain Oyster ot the klll klllIng killbig
big of two men In th the collapse or the theapartment th thapartment a
apartment house at Twentieth and P PIItreats
streets Mr Oyster saId that while ho hoknew h o
knew Of noslmtlar no similar case In the con construction conatruction
struction o of school buildings It should shouldbe shouldbe
be taken as an object lesson and make maketbe mak make e
tbe e builders and ofnclals In charge ex exae
ae the greatest care He said that thatt thei t
t was absolutely ne necessary < e ary In Ylew YlewCt vie vieechoic w
Ct the terrible to tolow echoic disaster which might l ht ta 01 01low i
low the he cOllapse co llapse or a school buildIng
Pickfor Pickfords ls Testimony Be Before Before
fore Coroner Denied by byArchitect byArchitect
Architect Beers BeersOwner BeersOwner
Owner and Builder Depend Depended
ed Upon Subcontractors Subcontractorsand
and Inspectors InspectorsStartJlDg InspectorsStartling
Startling discrepancies det de elm tlJ
d dy y between the tesUntOft testimony Of Thomas
H Pickford owner and builder or the
apartment house at the corner of l
Twentieth and P streets w4lcheol w4lcheolaJ which eel eelapsed
l aJ apsed > > Od Tuesday causing the loath of
two men and the testimony of Albert
H Been the architect who drew Vp
the plan regarding the supetvletngot ot
I the nonsstruetion truct1on at the inquest to de
telmlue the r ressonditiltty 1l1ty for the two
dQttth dQttthThtre deathsThere
There WU no practical builder In Incharge incharge
charge of the
COINItructloa This
wall walladmitted wasadmitted
admitted by Jilr Pickford but he said aid
that he personally M Onally w was In dally touch ouchwith
with 1th OM WOrk turd lid that the architect architectwas
was caned whenever questions ot a
techDI technical l nat nature ure ar arArchitect arose aroseArchitect
Architect Beers a few JII mhnutes Iftut later
danced that he had ever been called
In conteren conference Or bad 87entaed any
supervisory authority over the tb work
He did not member r eI eitl e being call called callad
ed to a conference over the bucklingot buckling
ot Iron bema to which Mr r Pickford
had te testified testifiedlilacfarlaad tllled tllledMacfarlaDd
MacfarlaDd and Wilt There THreAs ThereAs
As on yesterday Commissioners Mac
tarlIMI and West were 011 hand to to88I8t
> 88I8t Coroner A Nevitt evitt 1 is It his examlna examlnatiott examination
tiott of the wit witnesses Halt a dozen
lawyers appeared appearedin In behalf ot ubcon ubcontractortl
tractors employed on the building andth and andthe
the th e District
Attorneys office
was rep repre rephl
re ented hl aT Assistant DIstrict Attar Attoruey
hey Chari Charles H Turner who tOOk a avery avery
very active part in the examination ofthe of oftbe
the 1IIt witnesses witnessesMr BeUe BeUeYr
Yr Pickford when called aid that
hf III not a practical builder although
he builds houses for himself letting the
work out by b subcontracta and lid having
an h architect In c charge aJge The architect architecte
he e said I 1a IeCOpIIaed as the man in
charge and he can dl discharge char Ally an y yThe em
ploye ployeThe
The buiJdi buildg was started April 10
qld Mr fro Plcktonl Pick and we ex expect pact toe to
hive e It completed by October when the
renting contracts be1n n I think that is 1
a rea reasonable enable thane Jlo hi U rne ill specified specifiedccompletion
In the contracts for the therne completion tion ot f
the work It betn being < < understood betwe between n
the contractors contractorsand and myself that there
should be no delay I did not In every
CH select the lowest bidder but was
carellll to choose the mot reliable reuable men
When I Jet the contract for the brick
work I l lot < tt it to a mAIl who WJ well
recommended rec ml1Mftded and I I told him to be
extremely carefuL eareruLWanted carefuLWanted
Wanted Geed Jab Made MadeI fade fader
r also told XI ReaYi who did the
fire proofing to use the beat materials materlalsand materialsand
and make a firstclass ftrStcIa job If there therewas therawas
was any IIY extra cost to make it first ftrstela firstclass
ela class I WM willing to pay it I told
him that It more cement should beadded be beadded
added not to sl spare it that I would pay
for It all allI
I had the plans dra drawn wn up for th the e
betiding by an architect They werk were
approved k by the building U iespector an1
lr lrarchitect
work commenced Then I = sent fir r the
architect aDd told him he ha hsi better
80 one tory higher A plan wail sub subIftltted submdtted
Iftltted and a permit gracsted g ted on cond
tlon that when we reached the ftftl fit ti
story we e mould go 0 no further until
pilasters bad been put in The sixt sixth h
story was not yet started when the ac
cadent occur occurred and the work of put
tlnf thug in the pUa pilasters t hllJ ha l gun n
1 think Mr ReaV18 who 0 was aB doing
the are PIOOftD proofing dl din the wort honestly honestlyHe
Hef would ould have no otject In doing other otherwj otherwise
wj wise for I had tolis 101 hhr that I would
pay y for any extra ext wCk which be did id idSays
Says Arc Architect itct Visited Work WorkI
I was at the buU builtins tn daily aly but un unI un1es
I 1es there w was something with which I Iwas
was not well eU versed aruee the archlte architect architectwould < t twould
would not be there He canto about abouttwo abouttwo
two or three times a week weekI
I del not know whether Barber BarberROM
ROM the structural iron contractor contractorere
vrere ere supposed by she he terms ot their theircontract theircontract
contract to anch the bea beams UI ThO
dre drew up the contract themselves as 8 I
nad d has deaU dealings with 1th them before and
had the utmost coft1 constznce nce In them Tho Thoarchitect Ttoarchitect
architect wa was to suf4rviae ur ills work workDepende
Depended < 1 ou Architect ArchitectDId
DId you hold the architect r hlteet rdponsi
ble for the atetr safe ot the butldl buildhg buildhgasked g
asked the Coro Coroner Coronerit Il IlWeU
it WeU ell I dependJd u him and to toome
some extent tent on tit fuse Building Inspector IMJeCtorDid InspectorDid
Did you yO have a general iJuperln iJuperlntendenl superintendent
tendenl on the bullc building buildingOnly ngr ngrOnly
Only the archte rch e1t e1tiae t tIiave
iae you evr ev r heard of any y accident
In the building betidingI
1 have new cased oacd ot a single n1e one oneIt oneIt
It has beets tHtlkd that there wasan was wasan
an accident a w1at w1atOh
Oh yc yes > s a a prop aatpped aDder a bay baybut
but there was no dam damage done doneWhat doHWhat
What precattion prt i1tlon did you take for the thesafety thesafety
safety of the work workWell WOlkYen
Yen I relied upon the contractors OODtractorsto
to perform their work safely under underthe
the dlrectlc of the architects and the thebuilding thebuilding
building In inspector pector pectorWanted
Wanted Light aDd Air AirDo AirDo
Do you think the appearae appeara e of the thebuilding
building would suggest thAt tJHtre was waspoeslbly
possibly too much open topce G cce In the thefront
front due to the ba bay W Ri t a partlcu partlcuJar
Jar object or your arebJl archRrto to set In u umuch
much light and all as 1 asdbie3 bier bierWell
Well I suPflO suppose It w hl his abject Ja Jaget
get In light and air at he KId fhe fhebulldlrjg he
bulldlrjg would be Ui t1 tOVgIIr protect protected MOteoted
ed
Do you outhiftk think tae strength of f the thealls theavails
avails alls were she hoedd hoeddro edt edtNo
No ro I thick MOt MOtDid
Did you ever cNMlidt a nNdrr > r the walls wallsgreen wallsgreen
green greenu1 greenI
u1 I never did Tbef WM DO IJUReIi IJUReIition
tion of such ueb a thing thingWhO thingWla
WhO was there Mr Pfakfotvi Pk to sa sathat say
that the walls were d done richt bt and that thattho
the Iron was DII 8t1lltael 8t1lltaelI t rl rlI
I I had confidence In 3r 1 the thebrick thebrick
brick contractor oontractorA
A green wall wadont dOllt sibyl the YOelght YOelghtdry raefghta
a dry wan will r reU
Well eU I do not know kRo I am only a aiayman
layman iaymanr4nUnued
r4nUnued on Eleventh jaJ eJ

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