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NEW-YORK, SUNDAY. AT'i.rST ta 1905.-5 PARTS. FIFTY-SIX PAGES.
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
CHILDREN PRE F ENTINO? A BOrOPET TO THE PRESIDENT AT THE WYOMING PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT. JACOB A. RTIS (on left* AND RI8HOF PINCENT. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT, f \RDINAL OIBBONS AND JOMN MITi'HF.T! ON THS
MOM MENT. Taken In front of Higsrin.? Hall. < hama-iyi . SPEAKERS' PLATFORM AT WILKESBAKKE
.Photographs copyrigh?, !?>*. bv Fnderwood * Usjcstgwaed, N?-v York i
FEVER BEYOND CONTROL
GROWIXG WOB SE DAILY.
Record in Xumber of Deaths and
Sem Cases Broken. Yesterday.
YE6TERDAVS FEVER RECORD.
New oases, 105.
Total cases to date, 913.
Death?, 9.
Total deaths to date. 142.
New sub-foci, 24.
Sub-foci to data, 187.
?BT ?rBI_B<--t*WH TO TUTS ??wrS'TlC-. ]
Ne-w-Orleans. Aug. 12.--The? yellow fever sit
-??ion Is wore* In New-Orl<?ans to-night than at
any ?orev-lont? time since the disease broke out
***ot ?*.1y ta the rum-tr of new ?_a*ea reported by
-he Marins Hospital BsttIcs larger than on sny
?haaen he'd back for further Investigation, before
err' ?ifiVla.' report Is made on them.
??--_. rHf+n ?r* scattered from one end of the
to the o'her. ar?" the situation may be sal?
to he arttf__a] The Marine Hospital Corps have
as ye? fa?'ed to prove they are aMa to handle the
cor. --h they have to meet her??, and the j
fe-_r 1? N-Esly to remain until the frost romes.
o-, maty harid opinion is expressed that the
disease was allowed to pain too great a foothold
- -?t?- rz-efcre any strenuous effort was made
tn cVe-k n.
.. -.--,_? in<5nt man of this city haa fallen
C E. Schaff, of -Ci-?- I.<i-j0 Royal-sT.. in
m* atmri S- the infected district, one of the most
briUiarr editorial writers in the city, was
the disease on Tuesday and died
ttrts TO'-'-'iT.g.
4?t.pheiv of Paul '"apdeviftlle, ex-Mayor of the
d*7. ajso '--.a? the disease and is in a critical
-or.dJt: ?-?-.. Dr. <_.. ML Barry, the Vntted Plates
Slarlre fTftSHJilal physician who was stricken, is
in a rritl-al condition.
the F'^T? The situation shows improve..
radle i?3??,s are repo-t'-d all ov?r the
Mata - rocautftot-i are being taken to
. A raw at Tallulah 1? pro
? l-eimine yellow fever. On the
haux fugar plantations the situation is
illy Rmv: :_; macas, *n? there seems to be
o -,r<-.er... -T of r,",y immediate improvement. To?
te is S'-atiered all over the city
f those reported as victims show
Th? ni??! exclusive residence
have now been Invaded, and
:.g ? fooTho'd In that section
? ' . much f?x>d for the disease in
cVhHe no-.-, haa his force thoroughly
c.iiiK up a minilXT of cases
i..P,,i ai-n-et by tii? physicians.
? investigation many concealed
"m?t in a number ?>f the
- ..f Ne?.v-< itie;iiis ?pending
* jail.
... ,,f i he remita o? the q*uaran
rtaaippl v.as brought i?. light this
? ' . f Mis Hcvvanl Bull
: ? ? . ?.- from Ocean Bprtns* Ht
? assfstanl division freight agent
When the quarantine
'?e-l <m hie summer )i?.?ii? In Mississippi
..vi--? ?r-1. -i. i it-. 1-nving his family
I .go his wife was
(fe ?r?e., t.. iir->'?k through ths
Muara'iiiiie. tailing li.e guard* the
? Mm. <""ing to
? Health Oflfoe Ite fsll on his knees ami
l>. go through. He was
'. ?> II.
telegram OUM that Ins jwif?
inother
. -. and vom
dit ou a train I -^ < ?-. her?-.
aOM ilia', hin wif?- had die.i. and
.
Itiei v. cu .
; ind tix- only way
i.I body buried ?
? ? i ; t \ ?.
on mosquitoes here
m Balotad und Imd to be ?at -
..? room When .:ti infe?-t?-d mosquito
I x* ;liiiLoi
NEGRO SHOOTEE LYNCHED
Bp/iiy Wounded Quarantine Guard at Mon?
roe. La.
? ! Mig 12 R< porta tn-da. from
* led .1 II
??<?ntli.iT??! #.- ???.)_ I pa?;'
Ki ? , -, ?. .
e _nt? Inn-ale j Jta -
omm.
THIRD RAIL HURTS EYE.
Bromv Surface Mot or men Injured by
Flying Steel Dust.
The Vnion Rail-nay Company is Investigating
the can!?*? rrf an eye trouble with which its
mntomien have been afflicted recently. The
Trouble is confined almost entirely to thnso men
whose cars run under the elevated structure in
Th? Bronx. Over fifty men have had different
forms of troubl? with their eyes, and several
have been pronounced incurable by oculists.
The cause of the trouble was in doubt until a
few days ago. Mr H?nfen, assistant traffl<
manager of the road, was afflicted while riding
under the elevated structure on the front plat?
form of a car. He went at ano to an oculist,
who Bfiid that the tmubl? was caused by flying
pieces of steel, dust-like, which arc chipped from
the third rail by th*> strong electric current. The
railway company believes that this is the trouble
with the eyes of many of its motorrnen.
An the company sometimes baa difficulty in
supplying men to take th? places of those whose
eyes pompo! them to stop work, it Is said that i'
????I aapssi tn the Boord of F-abr, re Wave the
third rail protected.
USED DEAD MEN S NAMES.
Alleged Forger Worked Bogus
Checks on Department Stores.
I BY tBUDOKAPH TO THF trtbt-ne. 1
Pittsburg, Aug. 12.?Harry Ftandish. of No.
718 North Negley-ave., was arrested to-day
charged vil h forgery. According to the police,
Standish has been working the department
stores and has been ser-uring goods from them
by the wholesale In the last fear. days, giving
bogus .-hecks. Tht- .her-ks were in most .ases
signed by men of good standing, who have riierl
recently. Standish is supposed to have secured
?overa! thousand dollars worth of goody in this
manner.
He admitted after his arrest thai he bai
worked the same game successfully in St. r>.nfs,
Chicago, .'irioinnatt. Philadelphia and New
York. Standish wpuld nave th<> goods delivered
at his room and then give th" checks in pay?
ment, usually obtaining '.hange.
HOOKER CASE A CAMPAIGN ISSUE.
Jefferson County Assemblyman Will Have to
Explain Why He Supported Justice.
WatertotTO. fi. Y . Aug. 12.- Because Ass^mbly
man Albert * Foster, of the lal Iiistn.-t of this
rounty. voted to k?ep .lusti'.- W'.e-i'n H H.".k<-r
on the- Supreme Court bench, tins Issue will be
raised HEainst him. and no <>ff.,rt ?rill be ?pared by
tho Democrats to defeal him. Only once four
yearn mu han ? Deasoerat been elected In this
distri.-t Ti.^-n Louts W Day. who was popular
arlth the farmera. aron by about 100 ?rote?.
This year Mr !>?> will be Induced lo run again,
and the chars?* against Hoolter ??!?! evtdei??
on the trial, together arlth tin itatetnent of a?.
gemblyman Lar?e, at the other Jefferson County
distrl.-t. as t.. w'iy he voted t.. oust Hooker will be
circulated broadcast. Th- district ls^ Republican
bv mor.- than flfteen hundred.
SUICIDE TACKS WILL TO DOOR.
Old Man Disposes of Property Valued at
$2CO.0O0 Before Hanging Himself.
isLssaarn ro rm raiscxK
Worcester. Maas., A':i-' I- ?nth a will n which
be dtspoeed ol propertj valued .<< 008.000 tacked t.,
the d'-.r In from of htm. William A Richardson, q
1,-tn.ii. ?ras found dead to-day He had committed
suicide by hanging to the celling Ha aras eighty.
two years <>b'
He was round l'y bis aUornec '"' many years,
v.u.. arrived Ir. answer to a P0?*?1 e*rd- reading.
"Please <-?u al my roosta ta-say."
DINNER ON TOP OF BIG CHIMNEY.
Baltimore Company Celebrates Completion
of 135-Foot Structure.
| HV TKMBGBaPB TO ISS TSIBUNSl
Baltimore. Aug. 12. a company of a dosen men
dined m. rrlli on ? i In ? top of a I : r ...
. Ilium.-y. shlch has r?. completed ..- the
Wienice i',.i'i.-rns.!,mi.ii Company's pi ? m The
??oropanj ? otse? ??""" "' their Intlmata
friends atteoded The goaatg were hauled to the
lop in ;'
? - by h wl idlass. Th
niatfurni had been built '?>" >'< mou.-, th?
,1,1m,,',,, und on it ?en ?el chain sod .. table.
- a
HAIR CUT BY A FREIGHT TRAIN.
n : BOSAFH T<> tuf. ra?a*
12. William T ol
- on th?
? - . I- n.ii.i
, . wheels -.f
?
? ?
. tl M !>e V.fS i:
EARL KISER BADLY HIRT.
MAIMED AT "ACTO MEET.
Well Knorcn Racer Loses Leg in
( 'rash?May Die.
Cleveland. Aue 12. Karl Klser. of Dayton.
who first acquired national fame a? a Mejr?!?
racer and recently as an aptoiPObUe racer, met
with an accident to-day at th*- opening of th?
?"'leveland Automobile <?]uh's summer meet that
may prove fatal In warming up before the
opening of the ra??es, when n> one was any?
where near him on the track, hi* machine was
suddenly turned in toward the fence and crashed
through.
Another racer jusf behind hurried to the
grandstand and got physicians They f.'iind
thai Riser's left leg was reduced to pulp, while
his right shoulder was dislocated and he -,va.=
otherwise cut and bruised. An ambulance re?
moved him to the ?ilenvllle T-Jnspfta!. where his
leg was an'put$tfd-..U?.ha? potbeei; ,in VJj?\J-*-?'
of health is?*'- -? ' ? ;- f?ared that blood
poisoning may set In
"AVTO HIT BY TRAIN.
J. X. Robins Thrown Thirtii Feet
Fixe Ribs S math cd.
PV TELEGRAPH TO TH- TRIUCNE.
Poughkeepsie, N. T.. Aug. 12 -A t'uin on
the Poughkeepsie and Kastern P.ailroad struck
a large Thomas touring cir at a crossing near
Pleasant Valley this afternoon and hurled ,T. N*.
Robins, of New-York, thirty feet Into a. field.
The driver. Sullivan, .lumped and escaped injury.
The car was going at a high rate of speed.
The driver did not see the train Kprai.se of a
curve near the crossing, until it was ne;iriy on
him. He turned the ,.ar diagonally across the |
tracks and got dear of them except for the ;
rear wheels, which were struck hy the pilot of j
A (URL FOR LEPROSY.
Reported Discovery Made by Ameri?
can Surgeons at Manila.
Manila. Aug. 12, American surgeons con?
nected with the Board <~>f Health of Manila an
nounce that they have discovered a positive cur?
for leprosy ? >f twenty-five cas?s treated, all
have Improved, st\ rases being cured. Fav?ral '
pntients. portions of whoae todies -.vor? gone,
have recovered Ml ol 'be ruin have been
under observation for at lensr si\- months, and
it is absolutely impossible to discover a trace of
the germs of the diseas? in the blood of the
pari-M'ts The method used 's a system of
Roentgen rays The surgeons d.. not desire
their names !?? be iii.-i? iorie.l at prese-.u. They
will not ask for the rewards which have been
offered by various governments for a cure for
leprosy.
BOSTON FEARS TYPHOID.
Danger That Its Water Supply Is
PoihHrJ.
1st astsaaara to tkf tribi vr.i
Worcester. Maas., Aug. 11* -The entire eitj ?
in fear to-night ol a serious typhoid fever epi?
demic, the Board of Health having unearthed
seventeen cas-.-- since ?'? p. m. yesterday, in ad?
dition to th*=- twenty-all cases now at the city
h capital <'ne i.f the alarming fea mea <^f th?
situation is that the typhoid germs have had
their origin on th? immense wntfr shed ol the
infir-.[.rill;an district, near Holden. Stnie ,.(fl?
eers wcr=- rusher! to that town to-day, for if
the water from this basin Is found to he polluted
Boston will have to face the danger of a seri?
ous epidemic, thi? basin yielding one of Boston's
largest water supplies.
? ?
BRITONS TRY TO LYNCH NEGRO.
Police With Difficulty Save Showman
Charged With Assault and Murder
Wfahaw, Lancashire. Aug. 12. As Pasta I.if
fey. a negro showman, who had been arrested
KARL KISER IN TUE WIN TON BULLET NO. 1.
the engine. The oar was hurled around an.
faced th.? train in the direction opposite to tha
in which it was travelling.
Mr. Rollins was conscious when picked up
Me said that he lived at the Hotel Malestie
New-York He we-phs nearly three hundre.
pounds He was brought to Poughkeepsie el
the train and taken to the Nelson House, wher?
he was attended bj I>r. James K. Sadler. \v\v
found five rihs smashed. The Injured man als?
suffered from severe bruises and shock. Tele
cams were sent to his wife and son at Pltts
| field. Muss., to come at once. H'S condition if
regarded as serious.
Il was s.-ild at the Hotel Majestic last night that
Mr. Rohins Mad lived there for several years It
aaM that he is president of the J. X. Rohini
Shipbuilding Company and is about Bftjr-flv- year?
?>'?!. H? left the hotel yesterday morning.
ACTO' GIRL AX AMAZON.
.___.
Beats Marshal Who Stops Her Has
Him Arrested--General Trouble.
Milwaukee. Aug. 12.?Beeauae Miss a Irene
Mi .Mister ?a? told by Ihe <lty marshal to run
her liig new automobile at reduced speed, the
marshsl traca attacked with a broomstick and his
?auguag?? WBM ttoi nice. Then th?- girl, the
?laughter of a wealthy man. had him arreste?!.
' I dismissed ..m-e. Then the justice who
d'acharfed MtVi araa arrested for dis.-harglng
irshnl before the thus v* hen court should
have i.e. n opened, The Sheriff wi.? ordered to
; i r?t the marshal for using had language, but
??a thr-?e times. Th? ?Sheriff WM <>r
lltYereni grotmda to apprehend 'he Htv
I t; ? ft . . .-.-, i ,-necl. N ?
. irjf in.ii Lie called to sviiie th- caa*>.
?
here for assaulting and murdering an aged worn- I
an, was being tijk..-n to prison to-day lie was ;
surrounded by a crowd of miners and women.
who threatened t.. lynch htm. The police with S
difficulty succeeded in getting him to jail.
VENEZUELAN BIG BUDGET.
Congress Votes Large Sums for Foreign ;
Debts and Army and Navy.
Caracas, Aug. 12.- Cotigrses to-day rated esti?
mates ta the amount of fll.SOO.OOO, the largest '
ever granted The estimates include f2^S?8,f?0?
for foreign debts. ?L'.?tMi.i?K? for the army and
navy, and f8t*\O?0 tor public works.
-?,
SEEKS AID OF M. WITTE.
Russian Shopgirl of Boston Wants Envoy to
Intercede with Government.
Boston, Auk u Wo otw ?n America awaited the :
arrival of the Russian peace envoy. M Witte, with j
greater Impatience than Rosa Wolkenbein foi sat i
1\ i .?iititess Shilov. auS S poor Shopgirl of Boston, i
living in poor ensartara ai the Weal Bad. Km eras i
horn in a little town of th- Mevtate of Sun.bask.
and has rather ???? the bead ..f the settlement.
She met i-oimt pet.i- Shii.o. and they wer.- mar- ?
rled. d'-spltc the Opposition Of her father, wh > ?,- M
strongly t.. ? be iewlafa faith, and tlnailv eaaseraed j
b?r. Then she .?tiarrelled with I.er husband. J-iae.1 j
the Bevolutiontsts: war srreated ?nd banished.
Bos' ahi bop-- t.. see ji Witte and have him !n
terced* wi11? ihe government *nil with her husband
that ?tie may retara, t.. !, :i\ un.I their Child, ?h-i
wer? taken from he?.
The West siy re Rallreod i? the $*??? b'1* '" ?; >'
ral. and y-i^^'A fall? l":? ?he Hudson an i
tni.ciKli the Mohawk \ ..llcj .- A.U ?
A CRISIS PAST AT PORTSMOUTH
Increased Belief That Mutual Concessions Will Lead
to Agreement.
JAPANESE RECEIVE RUSSIAN ANSWER
Twelve Propositions To Be Discussed?May Take Thr^e Weeks?Armistice
Proposed on the Russian Side.
?Frasa n >p?-ia! CMnwaaanAaaN -->f Th' -Wksasi
Portsmouth. \. H.. Ans. 12. The crisis in the
peace conferenes which was forecasted in the
dlaiMtt-haa to The Tribune lust night, na? pWMd
to-day. when the J_rpa__*M ..nvoys, instead ?,f
replying categorically to the Haa'inii ans ma
??|'io?i thnt th - .1 letn?_i
a "r*Kj'iest which w a
c-cf|e?| to by the Ktisshn i tc-iipotenriaries. w-tfe
the result tliat a ?liscuision wheel it is esti :
mated will last for fully three wseka >\is be
-tin. The attitude of the Japanese (?reja is
mk-Ii as tu warrant the hope tl.r,t pasee may :???
Mili from the i'.irtsmoiith eaaiereBee, eepeiial
i.v ns Mr. Sato, -pokeseuaa for the-fapanes.. ??e|
egatloa. ?aid thta a fit ranea that hh* iwalli"m
enTOJ- were here not to dictate term*, but t.>
reach an agreeuew..
Mr. Wittoe. after the four hours session -.f
this afternoon, said:
"The Japanese did no? _iv<. i-s an answer, but
declared that they were prepnred to dlatui
terms iln-y hail proposed, point by point. There
are twelve propaaittasa, und. m m> estimation.
cadi will rori'iir.. two days' d?Scn>--On, As the
first point ?ran n<>t half tmiahed ta day, it will
doubtlessly take twenty-four days to consider
all the pointa m', in other ?satvb, twenty-four
day?, Iqngi
"ihir aim is either pome or war. and we will ;
make eteij effort to arrive at the former re- |
suit, so that the a_hadrtlwg of blond of another
one buadred thn?nd mtm may in- avoided,
especially as this ronMel doe? not atfecl only
Russia and Japan, for I am .-envinetil that
should this war ? outiiiue other nations will be
involved."
Mr Witte added th?? sitfibficant remark:
?on the Russia- sid ! the t|uestkw of an armis?
tice has been proposed.
Beyond this the senior Kussian f-nvt.y \\onl?l
say nothing evept that it hau been mutual!;
agreed tb-rt 'he t'n-st point, now ande? discus?
sion, shoul?' t"?t be ?|is?losei?.
Mr. Koi?-..stovit7. announced this ?Tenias thai
the eanferettea would coerces? to moo_ww at
.'. o'clocU to coiitimu. the discussion of the lirsi
clause ?>f the proponed terms.
Hating rece-eed aa fcavitatkm from the rector
of I'hns; rinir.'h. Portsmouth. Mr. Witte ami
Karon Rosen ?uigjrcsted to the ,Inpan??se envoy *
the advisability of postponing to-niormw
sinn until ? '? p. m . a sii?__estion which wan read
ily ;id?>pte?l. .Th?? Russian envoys ?.ml several
me-Bben of their suite will attend tiie service??
at IteMI o-etarb Id aMutlW nnmin;..
WHAT IH SSI A MAY ACCEPT.
Russin will not refuse b. pay an indemnity,
although that ObJect-OUahll name for such pay
nient will be ??arefully avoid??.). TVs
tioii la made ?MiUu'ately and with dm? ."iisid
eration of numerous re|n>rts to the contrary.
Nor is it by any means assure?! that she will
ultimately decline to rveofU-M the east of tin.
win- ?rh?l Mi" Witt? teruis -frais de guerre?
as an equitable basis for such payment. ?>v.>u
should this be placed nt $ hat?'?'.?.* ?.ihm?, lint it
must he ri'tn??iiihet'?'?l that without i.???in. from
tliis demand in principle. Japm: may re.o_?.i/v
the validity ??f certain cla;tne?l iiadha, ?hieb
would materially ildhfl th~ net dd.lf.
uiu- that the priin-iple of such payment
be npreod to. .'ussia will iiiitpiesth'ttnhly ask t<>
|.e credited with tin.st of the Man.-hurinu
Railway, wttl _ba *???? ?t the fortification?, at
Port Arthur in? I of the Ha!??rate nn?l asfM-Ml
DEWEY'S RICH CLARET WINE3
Will ?..el t.-? th-- *nj<>ym?nf of ..?ur Pissar.
H T rvw?.} ft Sons Co., ?- Falten lt., Ken
?
imbu. bnU.lines sad improvement? at Pair.?.
wlaWS fell into |W hands . f the Jsasayajasaa ;irnc
t.-iilly unli.-irn.c ]. prahahl? with th,- value <->f
her captured naval vessels, n.l doubtless. I
other as?ronte, for the payment ol "high the m
tttaassuonni la?, an?! iha
a* the ?n r>
paait ? *\<*n*.t* i.
It will be r*M,:onihe,-e.? -,.-? close ?4*
the Franco Prussian War, '.-vn.-iny a:
France a credit of Sti?.??*?.*"?* ft>r the rali
in the rapt ami \ ?see assl ! ??.?
rain.-, aad it Is '???- assertion
thai the Rnaaian diplomat* in Washington too*.
pains to post ? a...,;s,.',. - point alai
scon a> Rsaata |
to the Pfealesut'a identic v.<^>\ and last
Basle? were !?sj..n -.. R.-mu?
Rones visas be paid bet brief riait at Us as>
tional rapsstl at the esrlr part .?r .inly.
I RKf'i-'.N:tI AI.S r\i,i| KSTI.'NFD.
It saa oa rix- Mapsest au?
thority thai there recralns ?to .iiir?um regard?
ing th?- credentials of the I ?vnya, this
qseation having been completer* disposed of on
the arat us* "f I ? << ?? The dissemina?
tion of reporta j.> the contrary -rcw out of i
droire >.n the pari <>? ?fr sT?tl e Isa
world reali/.e tha? ','??? ' nia of bil
and his i-ollrStgKe we! a* imple
regard t<> the pe? - rretl ?boa thasa with
wbk-fa ; ? '-rondeil The
simple af Banni Koninra l .-?t ?he .l.ip
:iiiis.- ? !??? ! dipto
niatie u>ai.'?- ci Tokio waav bosevi
entire!* *atb*fa.-tot' i>.\ Mr. Wit;.- ara] hi? saos
estaa? ami Ike pistias - session of
afeeesie aata fee il tins t'a.-t
so variable is the genera! sentiment regarding
the outcome of the nt-iioiiati'iis that the corre?
sponden; who attempts hi > a itaajw
policy tllllsi !)--cess:-i- !v ::, RJ -. | rift* Of
iiiislea-!ii,2 his pspee Not ,eil\ d<>e>s sentiment
in Portsmouth i-hange r'?-"m .lay f> day. '-??it
even frwai l??nr ta hour. Tasa far, besar ear,
the pendulum has ?ni.ii; from pewsirniasa in?
llptliajsni with grest regsihiritr. approximately
eoinpletili'. ils a*e oa-ii twenty four hoirs No
is this vtirprisin^. la rlaS a- Isa fac? that essa
the pjentj notably
Mr. Witte, bave liiaiiiiesie?', rs?hsl ebangaa ??*
\ ie\v conc;-rnnig Imth the ultimate ?income aitd
the .lady ?lerelopmei.ts.
Til - morola^ Mr. Witt.- deei
?isiting rurreapoitdeul that th- which
don i In i tail rfio-.t of last aaght's iliapstt'hes a
created by the uewspaper cotrt-spori lests, au-1
vet in? ope- .ouitl hsva converse?! far a assaasssl
htal - tbe sen'? ->v
..??? 1 tb.it the .
was easier great
hop.- abroase ..r
?
a rsdleal - -
trae, and ag rtsa^paaasast
?
that thc-e is a Pi?
fi?n to a "
I -
what i? atstnel prt'veri?iaily ki!?M?? in r;?
Irj ?is "Russian dipbiaiavj."
1*1 RTOBB KK.Ai HIN?; V.UK'
The imjieitiirUiMe representative* of Nlp|iaS)
are le-s grees la v.ir'abi'.tly of \-ew . v
BURGLARY. THEFT ANO LARCENY
liafnr?- closing your hon., for tt:? sur>iiT*.?-r aav-two
a policy in THE FU'KMTY \.\[> OA -
ii ?MP.\N> I . lr,
and ? Saaatj ?j
s?? v,-? n ? ?
?aTob-.T or to ?d Mua s. ? \ ? ?, , rh CtBJ A(*et?

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