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RrporU of t a Navkl HatUe In the Gulf Oolof Gulfot GUIrof
of Peohlll peohlilRusdaa RnMl Hope to 8 Sae Saethe Seth v vthe
the th Port PortJlpaneae J pane e Third Army Ma MaStop ItIIT ItIITItap MySLOP
Stop Their Advance to the South SouthSptdcl SoutbSple outb outbcZ
Sple Sptdcl cZ II Cablt C bI Dupatchti to Turn SUH SUHCneroo SUIfC SmiCUEF00
Cneroo C Iroo June 7 7VarloUB Various reports haTe hayibeen haTebeen barebeen
been received hero of a naval battle las lasnight last lastnight 1ntght
night ght in tho Gulf of FeobUL Steamer Steamerpassing SteamerspaMlng SteamerapaMIflR
passing the Llaotishan promontory beanBring heard heardftrlng heardflrlng
Bring BringVessels ftrlngY flrlngV85
Vessels Y V85 < seels 1 from tbe Mlaotao Islands con conBrm confirm conrm
firm rm these reports as do also residents 01 01the on ont onthe
the t he hlllfl In the vicinity vloinlt of Chefoo who whiheard whoheard whoheard
heard the firing and saw the gun flashes flashesThe flashesThe flaaheeThe
The Japanese Japaneacareapparently are apparently determined determinedto
to attempt to advance on Port Arthur Arthufrom Arthurrrom Arthurfrom
from the land side It seems that the theplanned tbep1anned they theypIned
planned a land and tea es attack yesterday yesterdayThe yesterdayThe
The Busslans therefore sent out their thelnquadron theirPlquadron
0 nquadron to prevent the Japaneee ship ehlpifrom shiprrom shipfrom
from cooperating with tho land forces forcesTOKIO forcesToco forcesToio
TOKIO June 7 7A A despatch to the Asah Asahfrom Asahlrrom A8a7i4from
from Chefoo says sa that a Chinaman who whoescaped whoeecaped whoescaped
escaped from Fort PortArthur Arthur states that the thooldlers theaoldlen thesoldiers
soldiers receive only two pounds of bread breaddally breaddaily breaddaily
daily Officers have plenty The men menare menare menare
are discontented The Chinese have been beenforbidden beenforbidden beenforbidden
forbidden to leave Sixty Bixt have been killed killedIn
In n trying to escape escapeKOUBOPATXIff eecapeItOt71l0PJTKI1f escapexOBOrATX12t
LoJOJOir LoN Dor June 8 BThe The St Petersburg Petersburgeorreepondent Petersburgcorreepondent Petersburgcorrespondent
correspondent of the Standard says that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the chief subject of discussion there la the therelations therelatJons therelatlona
relations between Admiral Aloileff and Gen GenKouropatkln GenKouropatkln GenKouropatkin
Kouropatkln It Is generally felt that the thelatter thelatter thelatter
latter should have a free hand as a he is the themore themore themore
more practical man even though he should shoulddecide shouldI shouldciedde
I decide not to advanoo to the relief of Port PortArthur Portrthur PortArthur
Arthur ArthurIt rthurIt
It Ia believed that he Is biding his hisfane h1sthne hisme
fane me and that he Is capable of completely completelyrestoring completelrestoring completelyrestoring
restoring the prestige of his country while whilea
a serious blow to his army arm would be fatal fatalMoreover fatalMoreover fatalMoreover
Moreover It ls confidently believed that thatPort thatPort thatPort
Port Arthur will b be able to hold out until untilthe untilthe untilthe
the arrival of the Baltic Bal tlo fleet fleetA fleetA leetA
A despatch to the Daily DoiI Newt from St StPetersburg StPetersburg StPetersburg
Petersburg says there Is the highest au authority authorlty authority ¬
thority for stating that the attempt of Ad Admiral Admiral Adnilral ¬
miral Alezleff and the naval party to in induce Induce induos ¬
duce the Czar to order Gen Kouropatkln Kouropatklnto
to march to the relief of Port Arthur at atall atall atall
all costs has failed failedA
A special council of war voted by a ii narrow narrowmajority narrowmajority narrowmajority
majority that Gen Kouropatkln should be beordered beordered I Iordered
ordered south The Czar confined con ned himself himselfto
to requesting the General to make the at attempt attempt attempt ¬
tempt If be thought It practicable Gen GonKouropatkln GenKouropatkln ConKouropatkin
Kouropatkln replied that it was impossible impossibleat
at present presentThe preAentThe presentThe
The Czar despite fresh endeavors on the thepart thepart thepart
part of the naval party partystood stood firm and Gen GenKouropatkln GenKouropatkln GenKouropatkln
Kouropatkln has a free hand A personalfriend personal pelllonalfriend personalfriend
friend of the General says It Is certain that thaihe thathe thathe
he would have resigned if he had been beerordered beenordered beenordered
ordered to relieve Port Arthur ArthurIt
It is believed that he has sent part of his hisforce hlsrorce hisforce
force to Vladivostok tn join hands with withGen withGen withCon
Gen Llnlevltch In advancing down Corea Corewto Coreato Coreato
to intercept the communications of Gens GensKufobI Gensf ConsEtoknd
PAJHS June 7 7Ad8lpatch 7A A despatch to the Petit PetitJournal petieJournal PetitJournal
Journal from Yokohama Bays It Is stated statedthat atatedthat statedthat
that the Third Japanese Army under Gen GenNodzu GenNodzu GsaNodzu
Nodzu will bar the Russians from moving movingsouth movingBOuth movingsouth
south southTOKIO BOuthTOKI southToiud
TOKIO June 7 7The The Dally Dai1 Nippon does doesnot doesnot doesnotattach
not notattach attach much importance to tho reports reportsof
of Gen Kouropatklns alleged determina determination determination dotorminalion ¬
tion to sandwich a force between the armies armiesof
of Gens Kurokl and Oku somewhere south southof
of Llaoyang However It says MY If the Rus Russians RusIIlans Busslans ¬
sians safeguard their rear and provide provideagainst provideagalnst provideagainst
against an attack by Kuroki on their front frontit
it might be possible to make an attempt attemptto
to relieve Port Arthur by Bending south souththe 80Uththe souththe
the majority of the Siberian army armyBut armyBut armyBut
But that would be tantamount to giving givingthe givingthe givingthe
the Japanese the choice of where to in intercept intercept Intercept ¬
tercept the southern advance and compel compela
a decisive battle battleThe battleThe battleThe
The Nippon quoting local military militarysuthoritlofl mIlil4ryauthoritlffl militaryauthorities
authorities does not believe be eve tho Russians Russianswill RU88lanawill Russianswill
will risk more than a feint in the hope hoPe of ofdiverting ofdiverting ofdiverting
diverting the attention of the Japanese Japaneseand
and inspiriting the Port Arthur garrison garrisonCLEARING garrisonCLEBlNO garrisonCIEABIND
TOKIO June 7 7Admlral Admiral Togo reports reportsthat reportsthat reportsthat
that despite unfavorable weather during duringthe duringtbe duringthe
the past three days the sweeping operations operationsIn
In Tallenwan Bay have been very ery success successful SUCCe68ful successful ¬
ful fulThe
The Japanese have destroyed In all forty fortyone fortyone fortyone
one mines The channel to Dalny Is now nowopen nowopen nowopen
open for vessels of light draught The Thework Thework Thework
work is being continued with the assistance assistanceof
of a pilot who was formerly in the employ employof
of the Russians RussiansThe RusalDnsThe RussiansThe
The third squadron reports that its mine minesweepers mineweepers mineSweepers
sweepers reconnoitred Nanshan Island and andthe andthe andthe
the village of Takukou and found that thatthey thatthey thatthey
they were abandoned ten days ago agoLONDON agoLoNDON agoLONDON
LONDON June 8 BA A despatch to the theTimes theTirnts theTimcs
Times from Chefoo says that heavy firing firingM tiringYy
Yy M heard at Port Arthur from 3 to 5 oclock oclockTuesday oolock1ft oclockSIueeday
Tuesday 1ft morning morningJAl morningJU morningJ47J
Oiffoo Heport That the Yaihlma Hit HitMine a aUno aMine
Mine and Wai II Lost LostSteclal LoltSp LostSpectaJ
Steclal Sp clal Cabli Ca lf Diipaicli to Tax SUM SUMCHEFFOO SUIfCHEFFOO SOyCUEEFOO
CHEFFOO June 7 7A A Japanese corm correspondent cormpondent oorrespondent ¬
spondent returning from Tailenwan says saysthere saysthere saysthere
there is a persistent rumor that the Japanese Japanesebattleship Japancsobattleship Japanesebattleship
battleship Vaahlma struck a mine and sonic sonicChinese sanltChlneee sankChinese
Chinese from Tallenwan are unable to toconfirm toonfirm toconfirm
confirm this story storyThe storyThe storyThe
The second class battleship Yoshlma Yoshlmawas
was built at Elswick In 1808 1 06 She ls a very
handy craft with Itb a small turning circle circleShe circleRhe circlehe
She he Is of 12300 tons and 374 feet all over overShe oorShe overShe
She carried 600 men menFIGIITIXG menFIGIITIG menFGJITJXG
Rtmlin fitnrral Report Skirmishes SklrmlihrsKouropatkln SklrmllhflICouropatklo Skirmishesliouroptkln
Kouropatkln at LUoyant LUoyantSftciat L1aon3p1tfal IAao > ang anga I
a Sftciat Cable Ca Deivatcli to TUB Sex SexST SUIf SUIfST SXSr
ST PETERSBURG June 7 7In In a despatch despatchto I
to the General Staff LieutGcn SakharoCf SakharoCffays Sakharotrrall SakharoMys
fays there is no change in tho situation situationat
at Fengwangcheng He adds that dur during durIng during ¬
ing a reconnolssance on June 8 In the neigh neighborhood nelghborbood neighborhood ¬
borhood of Salmatsi a detachment of ofJapanese ofJapanese r rJapant811
Japanese infantry fired on the Russian Russianrnargusrd Russi an anrAlrgurd anrearguard
rearguard but that their approach applOa h was wasstopped WMMOpped wasI wastopped
stopped by the advance of the Russians RussiansVl
Vl J
The flrin f1rIpcJ flring3ated la a ted about two hours and andhalf a ahlf I Ihalf
half ThoBuMlans l lost St two ok killed lleaand lleaandwounded an andx and andsix
dx wounded woundedGen woundedGen woundedCon
Gen Sakharoff also telegraphs under undoidat underdate undordate
dat date of today that a Japanese detachment detachmenoccupying detachmentoccupying detachmentoccupying
occupying a position south of the Wafang Wafangkau Wafangkau I
kau station near the village of Chuchlatun Chuchlatunevacuated Vhuobiatun1evacuated < Jhuchlatunevaouated
evacuated It on June 4 retiring towar towarWofangkau toward towardWatangkAu towardWafankau
Wofangkau and further south They wer werpursued were werepursued werepursued
pursued by Russian RUM Ian cavalry cavalryOen cavalryGen cavalryGen
Gen Kouropatkln telegraphed to thi thiCzar the theCzar theCzar
Czar last evening reporting skirmishes near neaSiuyen nearSluyen nearSiuyen
Siuyen and Slmatoe Slmat e The telegram I Idated la isdated I
dated Llaoyang which appears to Indicate Indlcatthat Indicatethat indicatethatGe
that thatGe Gee Kouropatkln has already returned returneithere returnedthere returnedthere
there thereLONDON thereLoNDON thereLONDON
LONDON Juno 8 BA A despatch to th thTimtt the theTimes theTimes <
Times from Toklo says that according ti tiJapanese to toJlpnese toJapanese
Japanese correspondents with the firs firsarmy firstarmy ll15t ll15tarmy
army the Russian operations op ratlona are limited llrnlterto limitedto I Ito
to a series of skirmishes by Cossacks Co aacks ani animounted and IlI1dmounted andmounted
mounted Infantry that accomplish nothing nothinibeyond nothingbeyond nothingbeyond
beyond keeping the Japanese outpost outpostbusy outpolltsbusy outpostsbusy
busy busyAbout busyAbout busyAbout
About 8000 men with several light guns gunsare guMare gunsare
are engaged In these operations In the thiAlyang theAiyang I IA1yang
Alyang and Salmatee Saimat e districts They seek seelto seekto seekto
to menace the Japanese provision trains trainsbut trainsbut trainsbut
but their efforts are quite quitewithout without result resultIt
It Is noticed that small reconnoitering reconnolterlngparties reconnoiteringparties reconnoiteringparties
parties consisting of one young officer officerand officerIlI1d officerand
and two or three soldiers boldly penetrate penetratthe penetratethe <
the Japanese J apanefle lines If they the are discovered discoveredthey discoveredthey discoveredthey
they fight with pistols pistolsIt
It may be remarked that the latest Bus Russlan RUIIsian Bussian
sian accounts of the skirmishes near Feng Fengvrangcheng Fengwangebeng Fengwaxigcheng
vrangcheng and Wafangchau conflict conflidflatly con conflictflatly lct lctfiAUy
flatly with tho Japanese official reports reportswhich reportswhich reportswhich
which claim that tho Russians were driverBALTIC driven drivenback drivenback
back backBALTIC backJIALTIC
Will Conilit of 8 Battleship 10 Cruisers Crnliermd Crnherland Cruisersand
and 21 Destroyers DeitroyeriSptctal DeltroeraSptclJJ DestroyersSpecbJ
Sptctal Cable Detpatch to Tni Tn Saw SawPARIS SUIPAnIS SowPAnts
PARIS June 7 7The The St Petersburg cor correspondent correspondent ocrrespondent
respondent of the Petit Parieien PariI en nays that thatho thatthe thatthe
the Baltic fleet will ill consist of eight battle battleships battleships battleships
ships ten cruisers and twentyfive torpedo torpediboat torpedoboot torpedoboat
boat destroyers In addition there will b ba be bea bea
a number of coal transports which will wilalso willalllO willalso
also carry troops arms and ammunition ammunitionThe
The correspondent says that the fleet wlisail will willsail wlilsail
sail on Sept 1 1TO 1TO ITO
The YortUno To blno to De Rrfltttcl RenttfdAftn After th thIlaUuaes the thelIauuaea theIlatsuses
IlaUuaes Com ComSpecial GonaptJJ Gunspec1J
Special Cubit Cab Deipatch to TUB Tn Sow SowTOKIO SowT0ELO U UTOIO
TOKIO June 7 7The The Navy Departmenreports Department Departmentreporta Departmentreports
reports that the cruiser Voshlno which whlclwas whichWM whichwas
was accidentally rammed by the Easug Easugoff KlI8ugaolr
off Port Arthur In a a fog on onMay May 15 ani anisunk and andsunk andsunk
sunk can be raised The guns of th thHatAUae the theHaIllUS theHatsuse
HatAUae the battleship which struck i iRussian a aRU88lan aRussian
Russian floating mine on the same mornin morninoff morning morningolr
off Port Arthur and went to tho bottom bottomcan bottomcan
can be recovered and so can some of he hemachinery her hermachinery hermachinery
machinery machineryCHINESE machineryCllTNESE machineryCI1ThESE
Feared That the Pekln Government Mi MiLose Map MlrLole MapLose
Lose Control of Troops TroopsSpecial TrOOPIpal Troopspc1ai
Special Cable Ca lf Deipatch to THI Sew SewTOKIO SUxTOKIO BUTTOKrn
TOKIO June 7 78maU Small cavalry skirmishes skirmlshfnear sk1rmlsheenear
near Takushan are reported Two Cos Cossacks Cosacks CoBsacks
sacks were captured and the rest retreat retreatto retreated retreatedto
to the northwest northwestThe northwestTbe northwestThe
The Chinese bandits are Increasing Increasingactive tnorculnglractive increasinglyactive
active In burning railroad fuel They Theyhave Theyhaveoompletely ha have havecompletely vi vicompletely
completely destroyed large supplies neaChita near nearChitatbe nearChits
Chits Chitatbe the flrstManchurian station stationTha stationThe stationThe
The restlessness re tles 1eas of the Chinese troop troopserldUsly troopaserl troopsserldbsly
serldUsly serl usly disturbs the Russians who fear feaithe fearthe fearthe
the Chinese Government may lose control controof oontrolot controlof
of the army armyCOREAN armyCOREAN armyCOREAN
Two of Mob Who Pitched Into Guards 01 01the 011 011tile onthe
the Hallway Ran Killed KilledSpecial KIIIldclal Killed9peeta
Special clal Coil Deipatcit to THK Box SrxTOKIO SUIfTo BoxToxio
TOKIO To KID June 7 7A A Corean mob number numbering numberIng numberleg
ing 400 on onday attacked the Japanese Japanesrailway Japaneserailway Japaneserailway
railway guards at Talphyonggol Two o othe of ofthe ofthe
the Coreans were killed and six wounded woundedThe woundedThe woundedThe
The Russians in retreating from Munch Munchhon Munohhon Munchhoe
hon in northeastern Corea burned thi thivillages the thevillages thevillages
villages and killed the Governor of thi thiprovince the theprovince theprovince
province of Hamheung HamheungCORRESPONDENT HamheungCORnESPONDENT HamheungCORRESPONDENT
Eizel an American Had Worked for the theIxindon UteIAindon theLondon
London Dally DIU Telegraph TelegraphSpecial TfleKnphSpulal TeIersphSpectdi
TIENTSIN June 7 7A A telegram from fromYlenghow fromYlenghow fromYienghow
Ylenghow says that Lewis Elzel a corre correspondent correspondent corroepondent ¬
spondent of the London Da Daily lJ T digraph Telgraphwas digraphwas
was shot dead at Tlenchwangtow last night nightby nightby nightby
by Chinese Imperial troops Elzel was an anAmerican anAmerican anAmerican
American a native of Butler Pa With WithMr WithMr WithMr
Mr Brindle correspondent of the London LondonDaily LondonDaiv LondonDelhi
Daily Mail 31a he was journeying by junk junkbetween junkbetwoon junkbetween
between ShantatUe and Erdlko when the thevessel theve88el thevessel
vessel was as fired upon by Chinese soldiers soldiersBrindle soldiersBrindle soldiersBrindle
Brindle is believed to be safe The two cor correspondents corrtllpondents correspondents ¬
respondents had been Investigating the themovements themovements themovements
movements of bandits around Newchwang KewchwangLONDON NewchwangLONDON NewchwangLoNDON
LONDON June 7 7Jobn John Merry Le Sago Sagoeditor Soeeditor Sagoeditor
editor of the Daily Telegraph says that thatElzel thatEtzel thatElmi
Elzel was a local journalist at Tienteln TientelnThe Tlent TientainThe ln lnTbe
The Telegraph gave him a roving oommla commission oommlaslon oommlasion ¬
sion Just before the war commenced commencedMr
Mr 2 > lr Le Sage pays a high tribute to Uzela Uzelaservices Elzelsscrvlces Lizelsservices
services He received a message from him himon himon himon
on Saturday from Newchwang He be believes believes beIleves ¬
lieves that Elzel was shot by bandits and andnot andnot andnot
not by soldiers soldiersMr soldiersMr soldiersMr
Mr Brindle Elzels associate telegraphs telegraphsthat teletraphthat telegraphsthat
that four boats surrounded the junk and andopened andopened andopened
opened fire on it without any explanation explanationHe
He and Mr Elzol were below reading and andwriting andTltlng andwriting
writing Mr Elzel looked out and was washot wasshot waseliot
shot hot in the head headSoldiers headSoldiers headSoldiers
Soldiers who were dressed as pirates piratesjald piratessaid piratessaid
said they mistook the junk for a pirate piratevessel piratevessel piratevessel
vessel that they were seeking They Theyafter Theyafterward after afterward afterward ¬
ward put on their uniforms Mr Brindle Brindledid Brindledid Brindledid
did not tell them that they had killed Mr MrThe MrTbe MrThe
The Weather WeatherThe
The pressure continued contlnuedlowoer lowover the Lake regions retkonind rerlanand regionsand
and nd New England States but WM Increulnc south southf iouthof
01 f the Lakes and on tbe South Atlantic coast which whichie wblcbmean whichmcmi
mean ie ni warmer weather today In the Middle At Atantlo Atlantlo t tlanlle
antlo districts districtsCloud districtsCloudy dLstdctSClouSy
Cloud Cloudy and showery conditions prevailed yuter yuteray yesterday eter eterday
day ay In the Ijike regions the Middle Atlntlo and andew AndNew andNew
New ew England States Georgia and the Cult States Stateshere StaleTbere StnteiThere
There here was air weather west of the MluLulppl MluLulpplt
It t was tllehtly cooler In the Atlantic States and andn andIn andIn
In n the Lake districts but this was counterbalanced counterbalancedi
by 1 i > excessive eA uhe humidity humidityIn hwnldllIn
In this city the day was cloudy cloud and threatened threatenedihowers IbreAtentdbowers threatenedahowerI
bowers wind fresh southerly average humidity humidityH hUmIdIt
81 H per cent cnt barometer corrected to read to sea seaevel JCAlevel sealevel
level at 8 A M t 29D2 Ji a P M 2080 2080The 2980Tbe 2090The
The temperature yesterday esl rday u reported by the theBelli tbeomclalLbcrmometcr theoncisi
omclalLbcrmometcr oncisi Belli thermometer Ix shown In the annexed IIIDcxedtable IIIDcxedtablelAOI table tablelOOt
lOOt JBOSI 1003 1004 1003 1003AJJ 1003B
B AJJ t M IV 72 MlCPM M OPM1D oPM 7 70 tS t t07 U12M
12M 3 M 81 07 7 BP 9PM73 U 73 U UJlM U01
JlM 3 80 o 01 7lJUld 12 MId73 TV U 14WASHWOTON UW Uwasuxavow
For toilers Iul m New York and New Jinn partly partlyiouar partlvrloudV pnriiyrtoudv
iouar today showers 1Io1D In tin Ih early mornin mornIng lair lairomorrcu lairlomorrolll fetetomorrow
omorrcu learner variable rarla wIndFor wInd rtntiFor
For or New England partly cloudy today bower nhoweria bowerIn
In a Maine JJ Jlle fair and warmer tomorrow except In Inastern Ineulern IneasternMIne
astern easternMIne Maine IalDt fresh aouth to west WN winds windsror wtndJFor slothYor
For the District of Columbia and Maryland Marylandair Malylandfair lalJlaDdtalr
fair air and wanner today and tomorrow light north northrinds Dortbwlnc1l northwtfldi
rinds becoming variable variablefor varlabte10r variableFor
for eastern eaaern Pennsylvania and Delaware Dela partly partlyloudr partlcloud partlycloudy
cloudy cloud today fair tomorrow to morrow warmer variable variablerinds urlablewinds variabletnds
winds windsFor rinds rindsFor tndsFor
For wutern New Ne ew York partly cloudy today todayd todaraad todaysad
sad d tomorrow wanner Wamlef tomorrow moflwl variable winds windsFor wlndsFor windsFor
For wejlem Pennsylvania partly cloudy today todayair today1lr tudayfur
1lr fur air and warmer warmertomo tomorrow Tow variable winds windt
t a a a
The Thc1opcni opening gonho1lirawhit othe itraw hit season seasonwu Ieaaon IeaaonWUpIoductivc eeas n nwu
wu WUpIoductivc productive of of r tn anlvalanch avalancheof olbual olbualneal ibiiil ibiiilness biasiness
ness at the Knox stores another evi evidence evidence cvidence ¬
dence of the truism that the theKNOX theI1NOX theINOX
is prized most for its distinct character characterand chuactcrand characterand
and quality All the stylish shapes shapescorrect shapescorrect hapesCorrect
correct and beautiful brads in Panamas Panamasand Panamasand Panamasand
and straw hatArencles hat hallArencle8 hatsAgencies
Agencies IneJl tl1 alt the principal cities In the world worldElzol worldn worIdElzoi
n u uElzel
Elzol as In that case they would hav havmassacred have havemassacred havemassacred
massacred everybody on the junk through througfear throughfear throughfear
fear of punishment punishmentNEWCHWANQ punishmentNEWCUW punishmentNEWCIIWAOrO
NEWCHWANQ NEWCUW NO Juno 7 TMr Mr Miller th thAmerican the theAmerican theAmerican
American Consul took a special train to today today today
day to the place where Mr Elzel was killed killedIt killedIt killedIt
It Is his intention to Investigate the shooting shootingSISTER shooting81STER shootingSISTER
DENVER June 7 7A A cablegram receive receiveby recelvodby receivedby
by Miss Anna Elzel sister of the corre correspondent oorrespondent correspondent
spondent brought the news of his deatlthis death deaththis deathtlis
this morning The message me8 4go stated that thaiElzel thatElzel thatElsel
Elzel was shot to death by Imperial troops troopiat troopsat
at Tien Chwang Tal for violating stringent stringenrules stringentntlea stringentrules
rules in effect since the war has been ii iiprogress in inprogrc88 Inprogress
progress but what the special offence was waiis wasIs as asis
is not mentioned mentionedTho mentionedTh mentionedTho
Tho Th family formerly lived In Butler Pa Pabut Pabut Pabut
but moved here some years ago agoGUNBOATS agoGUNBOATS agoUNROATS
Togo Reports on the Destruction of Twi Twiof TWot TwSof
of Them on tlaturda tlaturdaspecIal Saturday Saturdayspecial aturdaySpectal
special Cable Deipalch lo Ties Son SonTOKIO SUIITOKIO SowToio
TOKIO June 7 7A A report from Admiral AdmiralTogo AdmiralTogo AdmiralTogo
Togo quotes the commander of the do destroyer do8troyer doetroyor ¬
stroyer flotilla as I saying that the Russian Russiangunboat RUIIsiangunboat Russiangunboat
gunboat sunk off Port Arthur on Saturday Saturdaywas
was of the Gremlastchy type Instead of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Gilyak GilyakWhen
When the gunboat was blown up the theLlenshan theLte11Bhan theLienahan
Llenshan batteries began bombarding bombardingforcing bombardingforcln
forcing forcln the Japanese flotilla to retire to the thesouthward thesouthward tilesouthward
southward southwardAnother southwardAnoilier southwardAnother
Another gunboat of the Galdamak type typewas tpeJ tpeJWM typewas
was blown up near the Gremiastchy and andsank ana anasank anesank
sank Immediately immediatelAdmiral
Admiral Togo says MR that the Russians Russiansaro RUs lat1R lat1Rare
are constantly searching IIP rchlng the mine field oft oftChlntenshan orrChlntenshan oftChintenshan
Chlntenshan and also east of the Laotlshan Laotlshanpromontory LaoUshanpromontory Laotlshanpromontory
promontory promontoryThe
The Gremlastchy typo of which there are antwo aretwo aretwo
two otherstho others the Otvajny Otvajnvand and the Groslostchy Groslostchyaro G la tchy tchyare
are 1500 ton coast CO ilt defence ironclads about
225 fe feet t long and carrying 120 men menThern menThere monThere
There are six ships of Gaidamak type typeIn typein
in the Russian Navy Nav tho others being th thPosadnlk the thePORadnlk tnePosadnik
Posadnlk the Viovoda the Vsadnlk th thtorpedo the theGriden theOriden
Griden and the Kazarllhl They are 400 ton tontorpedo tontorpedo
torpedo gunboats with two torpedo tul tuland tubes tubesand tubesand
and carrying sixtyone men menDRIXKSF menDltrKSr menDRINKS
Grocers DIU With Wet spots In It Incenses Incenithe Incenlelthe Incensesthe
the Second Mrs In DufTum DufTumMore DuJIumMore flulTumMore
More than four hundred charges fo fobeer for forbeer forbeer
beer whiskey and brandy make up th thgreater the thegreater thegreater
greater part of a grocery bill for which whlolBiemann whichBlemann whichBiemann
Biemann < k Reinert have brought sul sulagainst suit suitagainst suitagainst
against iDr Dr Charles Wright Buffum of 35 35West 851 851West 351Weet
West 115th street The caso will probabl probablbe probablybe
be heard today before Judge Conlan I Ithe in inthe Inthe
the City CityCourt Court Both parties through thoiiroprosentatives their theirroprosentatives theirrepresentatives
roprosentatives have different stories to tel telabout tellabout tollabout
about the liquor bill billThe billThe billThe
The liquor charges according to the thegorccrs thegorccrs thegorcem
gorccrs bill cover a period from June 15
1901 to Aug 31902 3 1002 The 400 charges range rangefrom rangefrom rangefrom
from six bottles bottl of beer Ix > er at 25 cents to a abottlo abottle abottlo
bottlo of brandy at 125 There are Items ItemsWe itemsfor Itemsfor
for nearly every day
We understand said Lawyer LawyerJacobH LawyerJacobHCom Jacob H HCorn HCorn
Corn speaking for the grocery firm that IthatDr thatDr thatDr
Dr Buffum B um alleges that he never had h d these thesearticles thesearticlCII thesearticles
articles Ho asserts we hear that the thehis theUquor theliquor
liquor Was bought by his first wue wife without withouthIS withouthis
his knowledge knowl dge The doctors wife died diedabout diedabout diedabout
about the Hmo the last Item in this thisbill thlllbill thisbill
bill Is dated He married again in three threeweeks threeweeks threeweeks
weeks weeksAt weeksAt weeksAt
At Dr BufTums house It was said aid that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the doctor did not care to discuss the case coseHis CMeHis caseHis
His wife however was ready to talk talkThis talkThill talkThiS
This is a flimflam game she he said saidIm MidIm said1m
Im ready to talk about It It for Im fighting fightingtho flghtlngthe fightingtho
tho case for my husband and will fight as aslong aslong aslong
long as there is a drop of blood bloodlett left in me moMore meMore meMore
More than that I am going t6 t punish those thoserought thOBegrocers thosegrocers
grocers througn the courts for they have havebrought havebrought
brought > this suit to Injure the doctors doctorsname doctorsname doctorsname
name He has a good reputation and al always alwarA always ¬
ways pays his bills billsThe blilsThe billsThe
The doctor dont owo this money He Hefirst Henever Henever
never had these things Neither did his hisfirst hisfirst
first wife They were never delivered at atthe atthe attim
the house and it cant be proved that they theywere theywerc theywere
were If all those things had boon seat to tothe tothe tothe
the house I guess Dr DrBulTum Buffum would have haveknown haeknown haveknown
known it itIts ItIts itIts
Its true that the doctor and I were weremarried weremarried weremarried
married three weeks after she died We Wohad Wehad Wehad
had a right to His first marriage wasnt wasnta
a lovo match matchMrs matchMrs matchMrs
Mrs Buffum added that Blomann BlomaMReinerts BiomannRelnerts A AReinerts
Reinerts lawyer had offered to tosttle settle the theaccount theaccount theaccount
account for 1100 100 loss than was sued for forThat forThat forThat
That said she settles it itLEFT ItIEFT itLEFT
John C Dodge Takes Carbollo In Their TheirItarlielor TheirBachelor I1trlrnlllelor
Itarlielor Apartment ApartmentJohn ApartmentJohn ApartmentJohn
John C Dodge 39 years old who was wasformerly wasformerly wasformerly
formerly head of the Manhattan department departmentof
of the New York Telephone Company Companycommitted CompanycommUted Companycommitted
committed suicide yesterday by drinking drinkingcarbollo drinkingcarbollo drinkingcarbolic
carbollo acid at 23 Gramercy Park a abachelor abachelor abachelor
bachelor apartment house hou e where he lived livedwith livedwith livedwith
with his father Albert Dodge who Is con connected conncoted connected ¬
nected with Ith the Wall Street treet firm of Crulk Crulkshank Crulkhank Crulkshank
shank A Co CoDodge CoDodge CoDodge
Dodge lost his place with the tele telephone telephone telophone ¬
phone company about a month ago and andwas andwas andwas
was in low spirits He left a note for forhis rorhis forhis
his father but the contents were not re revealed reo reoealed ccvoaled ¬
vealed He was married but was not notliving notlIing notliving
living with his wife wifeCole wireCClI wifeCeieDebeolse
Cole CClI CeieDebeolse CeieDebeolseMiss Debevolse DebevolseMiss DrbeollellIss
Miss Mary Frances Debevolse and New Newoomb Newoornb Newcomb
comb B Cola of Cleveland Ohio were mar married marned ¬ I Irled
ned yesterday afternoon In StMarks Church Churchnt
nt Second nvenuo and Eleventh street The TheHev ThelIev Theltev
Hev Dr Batten the rector performed the theher theceremonyl1nd theceremony
ceremonyl1nd ceremony and t die Ie bride W was S given away by byber byher
her father George W V Debevolse DebevolseShe DebevolRelhe DebevolseShe
She lhe wore a white crepe cr de chine crown crowntrimmed 10wn 10wntrimmed gowntrimmed
trimmed with wih point lace p and a tulle tule veil vlar vlarranlld ar arransrd Scranged
ranged with n coronet of point lace She Shecarried Shecarried Sj Sjcarried
carried ranlld a wih white pr prayer er book Miss 118 Susan W WCarl WCarl w wCnrl
Carl who attended atended as maid of honor was wi In Inwhite I Inwhite
white lte Bilk sik mull mul over pink and carried caried a 1 big bigbunch bll bigbunch
bunch of pink sweet peas There were no nobridesmaids nobridelmlids nobride4maicls
bridesmaids bridelmlids Kelley nele Cole Coll was WIS the best man manand mln mlnand manand
and John Conover COIer James Ashley A8hle Philip PhilipAfter lhlp lhlpJennlni PhilipJennings
Jennings Wiiam William C Moore PaUl Iebevolse Iebevolsethe 1eevolse 1eevolsethe
Jennlni the brides brother al nil oC New York ana anaLuis at4 at4Louis
Louis Williams oC Cleveland were ushers ueherRAfer ushersAfter
Luis After Wlllm tho ceremony remon cevelnnd the brides father fatherenvo CatherI1ne fathergave
gave Afer a reception recepton In the church annex annexRlrkaby annesRllkabArchlr annexlUekabAreher
Rlrkaby RllkabArchlr RllkabArchlrMI8s lUekabAreher lUekabAreherMiss Archer ArcherMiss
Miss Druclle Druclo N Archer Archlr daughter daulhter of Mrs MrsJosephine MrsJosephine lIr
Josephine Archer of 60 West 129th street streetwas streetwas treetwas
was married last evening ennlnlat at 43 2 West est Ninety Ninetywas Nlet Nletfourth NInetyfourth
fourth street to Inmlton Hamilton C Rlknby Itickaby by the tbeJU theIteY
IteY Dr Ala Allan 5110 110 liossie ossle The bride who whowas ho howae
JU was attended aUndl by b Miss Georgia do Uray Ura as asmaid nsmaid asmaid
maid of honor was in a costume of while whilesatin whie whie8atn whitesatin
8atn satin lace and ad chiffon chlon with witha a 1 tulle Ille veil vei caught caughtwith cught cughtlh caughtwith
with orange blossoms She carried a bouquet bouquetof bouCuet bouCuetot boutietof
of lilies Ilcs orlgl of or the valloy Vllo The Tht Misses IR s Genevieve GcnevfeveKetchum GeMeeKetohum GenevieveKetohuin
Ketchum Jladelaine 1ladelalne Scott Scot Hazel Btlllwell Btlllwelland Stlwpl StIlIwellilerta
llerta Del Bell Kathlrlne Katherine Walker Helen Smith Smithsnd Smithend
and Beulah Green were bridesmaids Edward EdwardF
J F Jlorke was tho best man and Harry HarryConnel V Vonnelly Vnnelly
Connel onnelly Milton Jfton E Morganroth 3organroth LeRoy LRy Ross RossCharles RORsCharIeR RoseCharles
Charles P i Ilobinson 1oblnson Charles Cha Its Murphy lurph Victor VictorH
H Htockwell Rtockwel and LeRoy LeRo T HarkncH larkneM were wereimherff woretsberr ere ereIRbtrs
imherff the IRbtrs ceremony A supper and reception recropton followed followedIhe folowed folowedthe followedthe
Holcotl WolcottPrince WolcottPrinceHOSTOX olcotItc olcotItcDORTON Prince PrinceBOSTOX
BOSTOX June 7 7Rolr 7Roger Roger Wolcott Wol tt son of ofhe otthe ofthe
the he late lat Gov Wolcott Wolcot and Miss HI Claire Prince Princeaughtcr Princedsulhter Princedaughter
daughter dsulhter of Dr and Mrs Mr Morton Prince Princene Princ Princeone
onl one ne of the belles bel of Boston society ctet were mar marled marrll marned ¬
rll ned led In I St Stephens Stephes Church this noon by the thelev tbeJev theRev
Rev lev Ellis Bishop Behop the rector rectorThe rectorTbe rectorThe
Jev The Els maid of honor lonor was Miss 1l amelia Camela Wol Wolott Wollot Voleott
lot eott ott and And the test man ma was RS James Lawrence Inwrrncor lrtnce lrtnceJr
Jr r The ushers lhera were ere William Wiiam Prescott Wol Wolptt Woleot Wolcott
eot cott ptt and ad huntington Hutngton Wolcott Wolct brothers of ofhe ofthe ofthe
the he bridegroom brJdllroom James JamlR Howe John Joh 8 I Iw Iwrtnlt Lawrenee < w wenc
renee enc Richard Richar Lawrence Lwrence Morton Prince Princeirother Prlnc Princebrother
brother of f the bride Harold Peabody and andIvlncBton ayad
IvlncBton Davis DavisI Dm la Proab Ul I If II
A Lake Ikt craft ean Has Started Strtfd for Japan or orSomewhere 0 08ornohereEoov00rhe orSomowhereEGoy
Somewhere 8ornohereEoov00rhe SomowhereEGoy ExGov Voorheti Doetnt DoetntKnow Deoi DeoiI DoesntKnow
Know I ow for Where WhereJrrem beeeme rremendeui mlOul oU Load Loador Lld Lldor Loador
or Coal for Cork on the Little UiUe Fortuna FortunaThe FortunlTbeosubmarle FortunaThe
The Tbeosubmarle submarine boat and the 4000 40 tons ton of ofsteam ofst ofsteam
steam st coal ca for Cork loaded upon the little lte
1000 19 1 900 ton steamship sthlp Fortuna Fortuna1rom from New N eW York YorkJune YorkJune YorkJune
June 5 continue oontnue to excite surmise aunle in marine marineand marineand marineand
and submarine circles clrcle The Fortuna her herself herself herself ¬
self is I not Intended for a submarine sbmarine and
4000 tons tns of coal Is a good deal de for her to tostagger tostagger tostagger
stagger under But thats what Norfolk Norfolksays Norol Norfolksays I
says shes got She got the other submarine submarineherethat lubmile lubmileherethat submarineherethat
herethat it itWhenever ItWhener itWhenever
Is I If I she got
Whenever Whener a submarine submare boat starts strts from fromthis fromtbl fromthis
this tbl side for Cork CorkI CorkIf If over everBrideport everBrideportCOM everBridgeport everBridgeportCoon Bridgeport BridgeportConn
COM con c be relied rele on to bet that it is a aLake aLe aLake
Lake Le torpedo boat not a Holland even If Ifit I Ifit
it waters watersSimon watersSimon watersSimon
was wa snipped sbpped In Jersey
Simon Lake Lke Inventor Inventr of the submarine submarineProtector submare submareProttor submarineProtector
Protector Prottor which left Bridgeport Bridgert Conn Con on onSaturday onSaturay onSaturday
Saturday Saturay for somewhere spent most of ofyesterday ofyeeterday ofyesterday
yesterday with his hil lawyer lawer Foster M Voor Voorheea Voorhe Voorhoes
hoes he exiGovernor exovernor of New Jersey who is isa I isa
a director dirtor of the Lake Torpedo Boat Com Company Co Cornpany ¬
pany at atthe the latters office ofce 31 Nassau N8 street streetpYhen streetWhen trt trtWhen
When the Protector left Bridgeport Brideport she was washeaded wuheed washeaded
headed heed for New York The next morning morningearly morningearly I Ierly
early erly the Fortuna from Norfolk Norolk lodo dropped droppedI droppe droppedInto
I Into this port and in the afternoon aternon she went wentout wentout wentout
out past Bandy Hook look with what appeared appearedto
to be a submarine boat lashed to her deck deckTho deck deckThe
The only clearance clerce papers she is known know to tohave tobave tohave
have wero issued Iued at Norfolk Norol for Cork CorkIreland CorkIreland CorkIreland
Ireland IrelandThe IrelandThe IrelandThe
The Protector Prottor has ha given Bridgeport lots lotaof Iot lotsof
of excitement In the latter part pa of May Maytwo Maytwo Maytwo
two visitors viitors supposed suppos to be Japanese Japaneseengineers Japane Japaneengineers Japaneseengineers
engineers examined her and some one onediscovered onedlcoerod onediscovered
discovered dlcoerod that a mechanic mehanlo who watched watchedthe watchedthe watchedthe
the Japs inspection was W0 really rly a United UnitedStates Unit UnitedStates
States Stat Secret Serct Service Seric man manAfter manAter manAfter
After Ater the Protector Protetor left her customary customarymooring customarymooring
mooring morg place pl In Bridgeport on Saturday Saturdayinquiry SaturdayIqur Saturdayinquiry
inquiry Iqur as to her whereabouts hereabuts was made madeat madeat madeat
at the companys office oIce Nobody Noby there theroknew thereknew thereknew
knew where she had gone The only ony in information infortion Is Isformation ¬
formation fortion obtainable obtaible was that maybe she shehad shehad shehad
had gone to City Island for repairs repai She Shehadnt Sbehaant Shehadnt
hadnt but every fisherman fsher on the island islandis
is now watching out for submarines submares espec especially ep especlally ¬
ially llysubmare submarines bound for Cork CorkTho CorkTbe CorkThe
The Navy Board Ba of Inspection Insption and Sur Survey Survey Swvey ¬
vey began a test of submarines at Newport NewportR
R I on Monday Mondy and the Protector was wasexpected wasexpected Wasexpte
expected expte to take part in the test test teats But Butshe Butshe Butshe
she wasnt wlnt there and the board boa was not notinformed notInfore notinformed
informed Infore whether she would be submitted submittedfor
for test tCt or not notI notI
I dont know kow where the Protector Protetor is iswas 18was iswas
was all TUB TB Th SUN St reporter reprer could extract extractfrom exrt exrtfrom extractfrom
from ExGov v Voorhees Voorhe yesterday yesterdayThe
The pilot piot who took tk the Fortuna into and andout andout andout
out of oUhe tbe bay on Sunday Buday was found yes yesterday yeaterda yesterday ¬
terday terda He boarded baed the steamer coming comingin comingI
in I late on Saturday Satuay night and stayed with withher withher withher
her until she cleared clear the bar about 1 oclock oclockSunday oclockSunday oclockSunday
Sunday afternoon aternoon going goig out Before Bfore the thesteamer theIteamer thesteamer
steamer went out tho pilot asked aked Capt CaptRoyan CaptHyan CaptRoyan
Royan Hyan where wher she was W0 bound boundI bund bundI
I dont know the captain captn is reported reportedto
to have said fd Heres sealed eaed orders orers for fortho forthe forthe
the romantic to meditate mediate on onAccording onAccording onAccording
According to the pilot the Fortuna on oncoming oncoming oncoming
coming in anchored just east of Princes PrincesBay Pinces PincesBay PrincesBay
Bay He was asked if I she had ha taken a asubmarine asubmarine a asubmarine
submarine boat bat or any other cargo aboard aboardthere abard abardtbere aboardthere
there therehow
How do I know kno was the reply I Iwas rWas 1was
was asleep nearlyall nelyal nearly all the time timeIt tie tieI timeit
It I la so 8 Inconvenjent to have a aubrare aubrareboit submarine submarineboat submarineboaton
boit boaton boat on your deck and1 andnot dDt not on your youmaet youmaetthat manifest manifestthat manifestthat
that some sme of the shoregolng mariners marinerssuggested mainer mainereggest marinerssuggested
suggested eggest yesterday yes ray that a a transfer trer 8 at S sea seamight seamight
might be contemplated to a boat that the thecustom thecustom thecustom
custom house boue of its own country will wi not notbother notbother notbother
bother for a manifest mantest The Fortunas Fortuns
4000 40 tons of steam lm coal for Cork could couldgo couldgo couldgo
go the some BO way if I necy necyBRIGEPORT necessary necessaryBRIDGEPORT necessaryBnwozpoaT
BRIDGEPORT BRIGEPORT Conn June 7 7There There are aroremans arereMOn1 arereasons
reasons for believing that the Lake Sub Submarino Submarne Submarina
marino Torpedo Boat Company has hl closed closednegotiations dORednegotlDtoM closednegotiations
negotiations marne negotlDtoM Toro with the Japanese Japan e Govern Government Governmpnt Government ¬
ment for the sale Ile of several submarine submarineboats submarineboats ubmarineboat
boats boat of the Protector Prttort typo the Insides inldl to tobo tobe tobe
be shipped to Japan for installation Instlation In a ashell ahell a ashell
shell shlpr to Ixi constructed conatruct in that tht country If Ifthe Itthe Ifthe
the hulls hlll are not forwarded forarded The force rore of ofdraughtsmen ordraughtmen ofdraughtamen
draughtsmen draughtmen has h been tripled and night and andday andday andday
day they tley have been ben working workln on models and andplans andplans andplans
plans These have been bn forwarded forarded in in installments In8talmenl Instnllinnt ¬
8talmenl stallments to t Newport News It is l under understood understood understood ¬
stood that lat keels klls have been bn laid by the New Newport Newport Newport ¬
port News Dry Dock Dok and Shipbuilding ShipbuildingCompany Shipbulding ShipbuldingCompany ShipbuildingCompany
Company for four submarines submarine of the Lake Laketype Lke Lketyp Laketype
type and that they are being built In such a amanner amanner amanneras
manner typ as to topenlt toperinitof permit of their shipmentabroad shipmentabroadin hlpmentabrd hlpmentabrdin
in parts parl to be u assembled embled at their destination destinationFAIRBANKSS detatlon detatlonFAIRnANKSS detinationFAIRBANKSS
Indianapolis Journal Joual the RepublIcan BtpubllcanOrgan Rfpublcn RfpublcnOrgln RepublIcanOrgan
INDIANAPOLIS INDINAPLIS June 7 7The The Indianapolis IndianapolisJournal IndlpoUa IndlpoUaJfurtal IndlanapollsJurnal I
Journal Jfurtal the oldest newspaper in the State Stateand Stte Stteand Stateand I
and for nearly fifty fty years the organ orgn of ofthe ofthe ofthe i
the Republican party will wi cease ce to exist existwith exlt exltwith existwith
with its Is Issue Iue of tomorrow tomorw morning the thoproperty theproperty theproperty
property having been purchased by George GeorgeMcCullough Gecrg GeorgeMcculiough
Mclough McCullough owner of the Indianapolis IndianapolisStar Indlnpoli
Star BlarCharle StarCharles Charles Charle L Henry Hen former Congressman Congressmanfrom Congretman Congretmantrom
from from the Eighth district dtriot purchased the theproperty theproprt theproperty
property from John C New and ad Harry S SNew SNew SNew I
New proprt about eighteen months month ago ao United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates I
States Senator Snator Fairbanks was as Henrys Henrysbacker Henrs Henrsbacker Henrysbacker
backer but It has been a losing venture venturesince venturesince venturesince
since the new management manement took hold It ItI Itl Itis
l is I understod understood I 1 that M Mr fL Fairbas Fairbanks r i1 1 got A Aputting tied tiedputlng tired tiredputting
putting putlng up money to run the paper paperFOURYEAROLD paperFOURrEAROID paperFOURYEAROLD
Drank the Whiskey and Doctor Dctor Hart Ild Hard HardWork Ilrl hardWork
Work ork to Save Him HimWhile Ilnl IlnlWhie himWhile
While Whie Mrs Mary M Walcott Walot of 834 54 West WestFiftythird We WestFiftythird t tFiythird
Fiftythird Fiythird street was out shopping yester yesterday ycaterday ster sterday ¬
day afternoon her hr fouryearold son Da DaWitt D Dositt
Witt who was loft lef alone went to the pantry pantrylooking i ilooking
pntry pntryloking
loking looking for jam He climbed clmb upon a chair chairand chai chairand
and found rOWd a flask k half hl filled fle with Wltl whiskey whiskeyThe whlkey whlkeyTh whiskeyThe
The Th youngster took tok his find fd to the th parlor parlorBat parlorBat parlorsat Ior Iorsat
sat on youngter the floor for and pulled puled the cork ck Then ThenThe Thenbe Ten Tenb Thenhe
be b drank all al the whiskey whikey
When Mrs Walcott got gt home half an anhour anhour anhour
hour later she found D Ve Witt Wit lying Iyin In a astupor asupor astupor
stupor on the floor 10r Sho took him hi in I her herarms berarm herareas
arms supor and ran with him to Roosevelt Rlt Hos Hospital Hospial Ho Hopital ¬
arm pial pital Dr Du Bois Bis worked rked over ovr the boy boyall bovror boyfor
for all right an hour and finaly finally brught brought him arun arunall around aroundall
Run Over In Slvln avlnic Children ChUdrenWhile CUdren CUdrentle ChildrenWhile
While tle warning a crowd of children childen who whowere whowere ho howere
were dancing around a street piano In front frontof frontor frontof
of 173 13 Henry Henr street stret of the approach of fire fireengines fre freen fireengines
engines en lnClast lost night Samuel Suel Dobrlck a jewelry jewelryclerk jewelr jewelryclerk
clerk 18 years yea old of 491 Bushwick BUhwlck avenue avenueBrooklyn aenueBrookln avenueBrooklyn
Brooklyn was knocked knockf down and run over overby oyery overby
by y Battalion Battaion Chief Patrick Mahers wagon wagonHo wagonHo agon agonHe
Ho narrowly nrrowly escaped being run over by bytwo bytwo bytwo
two engines engine Mcp He escaped eaped with bruises brui
Matihi Martini I Rossi RossiITALIAN RossiITALIAN Ros1ITALIAN
Vermouth VermouthShould
Should head your list listof let letof lIstof
of Supplies Supples for an anOuting anOuting
Outing OutingIt 0 Ut I n g gIt I Iurea
It will wi double the Pleas Pleasures PIeaeureB ¬
urea and Benefits BenefitsMAY Benefts BenefitsNAY
Talk Ik or a SuiretUon SusseUon Attributed Attlboted to Gen OenSpcnocr Gfn8pencr GenSpcneer
Spcnocr 8pencr That It I Be Shot For AgaIn AfalnIn Arlt
In England Esllndl EnglandCot Col Crone con Think Thtkl That ThatHarsh Tlt TltIlrl ThatHarsh
Harsh Ilrl Comment Comment Were Not Justified JustifiedSpecial JuUnl JuUnlStfal Justified8pec1I
Special caN Dupatch Dupel to Tux Sow SenLONDON S SowLoNDON
LONDON June 7 7The The council of the Na National Natona National ¬
tional tona Rifle Rfle Association A88olatlon this evening infor informally informaly inforreally ¬
really maly discussed dlS88ed the question queeton of the Palma Palmetrophy Paa Paatrophy Palmatrophy
trophy trophyLieutCol trophyLI trophyLihutCol
LieutCol LI utol Crosso the secretary secretar re referring referrin reerring ¬
erring ferrin to cable despatches dCpatche on the subject subjectsold subjectBd subjectsaid
sold Bd that the individual Idlldual members of the theassociation tbealatlon thoassociation
association alatlon were favorably faorbly impressed on onreading onrei onreading
reading rei a suggestion sggetion attributed to Gen GenSpencer GenSpencr ConSpencer
Spencer Spencr of the American Amerc association 8claton that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the trophy should be returned to England Englandbut Eland Elandbut Englandbut
but until unt such sch a proposition propositon should bo sub submitted submlted submitted ¬
mitted mlted and formally formaly discussed dlllcu8ed by the thecouncil theoouncl thecouncil
council oouncl It I would bo impossible to predict predictwhether preict preictwhether predictwhether
whether it would be accepted acceptedAt
At any rate there was no prospect for the theBritish theBrtish theBritish
British Brtish competing cmpeting for the trophy this year yearas yearas yearas
as the Blsley B81ey programme progrme is full Never Nevertheless Neverthele Neverthebes ¬
thebes thele LieutCol Crosse Cro referred retered to the thematter thematter thematter
matter as a though it was very likely that the thecouncil thecouncil theconcll
council would accept aocpt the return of the thetrophy thetrophyln thetrophy
trophy trophyln in spite of the scathing article artole which whichappeared whichappeed whichappeared
appeared appeed in the Times Time on onJune June I which said saidamong s sic1among ld ldaong
among aong other things that the trophy has hasceased hasced hasceased
ceased ced to exist exlst8 so far as Great Britain is isconcerned Iscncerned isconcerned
concerned concernedLieutCol cncerned cncernedLleuto1 concernedLieutCol
LieutCol Lleuto1 Crosse Cro8 expressed exre8ed regret repret that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the Times Timehad had so forcibly commented on onthe onthe onthe
the subject sbject saying It I is not our desire to toraise toraie toraise
raise raie a controversy We allowed the theAmericans theAmerica theAmericans
Americans America to use the rifle rflotbey they did so we wewere wewere wewere
were prepared to accept acept the consequences consequencesA cnseuencre cnseuencreA
A P Humphrey who was wa the represen representative repreen repreenttve representative ¬
tative ttve of the British Ilrtsh team tea on the match matchcommittee matchcomitt matchcommittee
committee comitt at Bisloy Biley during the competi competition competition I Ition ¬
tion says saY We made no objection objecton to the therifles therl therIfles
rifles rl es at Bisloy Biley because beus we did not wish to tocause tocause tocause
cause a muddle mudde like lie the Lord Dunraven Duoravenaffair Dunravenaalr Dunravenaffair
affair aalr by making makin objections objetion which hlch we could couldnot couldnot couldnot
not prove proveWe proveWe proveWe
We did dd not know kow what alteration alterton tho thoAmerican tlleArc tltoAmerican
American Arc Deportment Dpment of War would woud adopt adoptand adoptand adoptand
and could ooud only ony hope hop that tht it would woud be the same samoas se sea sameas
used tha Americans but the thenew thenew thenew
as a in the th rifles rf u by bytha t Amrican
new American Ae nervioe Ice rifle ro received rived by our ourWar ourW ourWar
War W Office Ofc from tho American Aericn authorities authoritiesnow authortes authortesnow
now shows shoW that tt these the differences dernc were wer not notadopted notaope notadopted
adopted In the new rifle rile which wlcb so fur fl as a the thespiral thespi thespiral
aope spi spiral grooving goes go U I the te same se as a In the old oldIt oldIt oldIt
It contains conta some sm alterations ateration that th do not notaffect notaet notaffect
affect aet the inside Ide of tho barrel barrelLieutCol bl blleutCl barrelLleutCol
LieutCol leutCl Creese CrO severely svery criticised critlcl the theletter theleter theletter
letter leter signed C S C and published publihed in THB THBSON TBBSUN TasSUN
SUN of ofJune se June 3 Herefuted Heruted the writers trs charge cliargethat chare charet chargethattheBritiah
t thattheBritiah that the Brt1oonc1 British concealed from the Americans Americanstho Arcns Arcnstho
tho fact t ta that a deep gully gly existed extod on the theBloley theBly theBisley
t which deflected the wind windThe windThe
Bloley Bly range re wlc de t wnd wndT
The T American team t wore we on 0 the ranges rangesfor rangtllfor rangesfor
for several svl weeks Wek he said d They Th y had hadplenty ha hadplenty
plenty plty of o opportunity oportuty for ipting inspecting every everything ever everything ¬
thing thingHe thingHe
t He dismissed dm C 8 Cs statement statment ttyit ttyitthe tl tijatthe
the British Brt1 team t at a Croodmor Cor used u a special specialbarrel spial spialbrl specialbarrel
barrel brl by saying that It was quite quie right but butthat butthat butthat
that that was 88 for altogether another com competition comptition competition ¬
petition petitionSANTO ptition ptitionSANTO petitionSANTO
Rebels Violating Iolltln Peace Agreement A elfnt At Attack Attack Attack
tack La Vega VffiaSpecial VegaSpecIal ep epSputal
Special Cattle Ca Deipach Dtpacll lo 1 Tni SUN SUNSANTIAGO SUNSArrvzAao I
SANTIAGO DE DE LOS LB CABALLEROS CABALEROB Santo SantoDomingo SantoDomingo SantoDomingo
Domingo June 7 7An An agreement agrement for a asuspension asUPnllon asuspension
sUPnllon suspension of hostilities hOBtltlre during durng peace ne negotiations negotlatlons asgotiations ¬
gotiations at Monte Crlsti Crlst was W reached reachedat
at a conference between botwon Gen Rodriguez Rodriguezthe
the revolutionary revolutonary leader and Gen Cis Cisneros CisnerO Cisneros
nerO neros the Presidents representative on onboard onboard onboard
board the United States cruiser Detroit Detroitunder Detroitunder Detroitunder
under the auspices auplcs of Capt Dilllngham Dilllnghamher Diingham Diinghamher
her commander commanderNevertheless commanderNeverthelC commanderNevertheless
Nevertheless NeverthelC the rebels rebls under the com command command cornmand ¬
mand of Perlco Lazala Lzla attacked atackt the town townof townof townof
of La L Vega on Sunday morning moring at day daylight daylight ¬
light Fierce street righting tghtng ensued en ued be between be between ¬
tween the rebels and the Government GovernmentForces Governmentforces
forc Forces the citizens Itzens taking part against againstthe againstthe
the rebels The rebels were ere driven out and anda
a second send attack they made was wa also re repulsed re repulsed repulsed ¬
pulsed They made a third attack at 1 1oclock 1oclok 1oclock
oclok oclock but Government rconforcementu rconforcementuarrived reentorcments reentorcmentsarived reenforcementsarrived
arived arrived and ad the rebels finally fnally retired retred leav leaving leaving leaslag ¬
ing behind them twenty dead and forty fortyirounded fortyWouded fortywounded
wounded Wouded and prisoners prl8ners The losses l0ee on onthe onthe onthe
the part of the Government are reported reporte to tohave tohave i
have been fourteen fourteenSERVIAN rourn fourteenSERVIAN
Movement Movrnent Against Alllnst the Murderer of ICing KinsAlexander ICingAlfxloder KingAlexander
Alexander Alfxloder Discovered DticovcrrdSpecial olClrr olClrrprlal Discovered5pectal
Special prlal Cable Ca Deipatclt lo THI Ta SON SONVIENNA St SOwVIENNA
VIENNA June 7 7Ther 7There There are signs of a aew ane anew
ne new > ew and dangerous dngeroUII movement In the Ser SerIan Serary Servisa
visa Ian army ary The officers of the garrison garrisonif
ot if Nish Nlh have been plotting against againt tho thoegicldes thoregicide theregicidee
egicldes regicide The plot was as discovered discoveredIUI1 discoverednai discoveredPlaIt
PlaIt nai to near Admiral Darker BarkerSpecial Darkeroptlal DarkerSpec142
optlal Special Cable Ca Deipatclt Dtparll to Tnx Sox SoxLISBON SUIILISBON SONLISBON
LISBON Juno 7 7A A ball bal was given here herelost here1lt herelast
lost 1lt night nigh at the American Americn Legation in inhonor Inhonor inhonor
honor of Rear Re Admiral Barker and the theofficers theolctr8 theofficers
olctr8 officers of the American squadron squaron which whichIs
Is now In this port King Kng Charles who whoittcndod wboateded whoattended
attended ateded with wth the Queen Quen the Queen Quen Mother Motherand Mothcrand Motherand
and the Crown Prince Pnc danced with Miss MissBryan Mi MissBryan
Bran Bryan daughter daughtr of the American Ameicn Minister Ministerrho MinisterTho MinisterTho
Tho Queen danced danc with wih Mr Bryan Bran The Themusic Themusic Themusic
music was wa furnished by the bands from fromtho rromthe fromthe
the battleships battlehips Kcarsargo Keaarge and Maine MainePorto MainePorto MainePorto
Porto Ricans Appeal AppealSpecial Appal Appalcal AppealSpecial
Special cal Cable Cll Deipatch Dpal to Tax SUN SDKSAN SUNSAN SONSAN
SAN JUAN JU N P R June 7 7Robrt 7Robert Robert Todd ToddMayor ToddMayor ToddMayor
Mayor of San Sn Juan Jun and JOES Joe Comet CometBrioso GometBrioso CometBrioso
Brioso delegates to the Republican fpublcn na national nationl national ¬
tionl tional convention conventon and Councilman Bar Borosa Br Brb Barboss
b boss osa and Manuel Rossy R0 Speaker Bpker of the theave theHouse theHouse
House or DlpgatM Delegates the Rpublcn Republican leder leaders leadershave
he have ave sailed for New e York They will wilk wilkto ask asko askto
to o have citizenship for Porto Ricans Rcns in Incuded included
cuded cluded In the theiepubioan epubcn pltor platform I
An Extraordinary Sale of < vn vnffHf 15
r s Summer 4fl 9rr Stock ffHf 1 tPt tPtt lies liesFot TiesA 1 f fSummer
t Eo Fot Men and Women Womenv wcTtRegularly
A f v Est MD PDg sr D
Regularly Regularly 50c 75c and nd 106 106At r rAt 100 100At
At 25c 25cEvery 25cEery < 1 1Every
Every Stock involved was fashioned for this sdasoHI sdasoHIservice s sq sqserice i iseroice
service They are of silk sik striped Cheviot Oxford OxfordCheviot Qxforc OxfordCheiot
Cheiot Dimity Madras Mercerized Cheviot Cheiotat Chevi arid aridkindred attLkindred
kindred weaves many of which have a collar colar of piqueu piqueuAll piq ef efA
All A colors as well wel as white are represented Arost Arostexceptonal A most mostexceptional mastexceptional
H fl flTropical
exceptional exceptonal opportunity opportunityRpcyfcjerpice
Rpgyf9rSr Rpcyfcjerpice RpcyfcjerpiceTropical i i 1 1Tropica
Tropical Tropica Suits Suts FOR Coats Coat MEN MENInvite and ad Trousers TrousersFOR Tros TrousersFOR s sFOR
Mfl MflInvite
Invite comfort with garments designed to instffe instffeit hfs isiIt r ri
it i For service when the thermometer thermometer is at ebfc ebfcwe eb1we b b bwe
we have a series of skeletonized suits of such sum summer summer siiti ¬ q qmer
mer fabrics as hand loomed homespuns s 5bW cobwe obctweeds E Etweeds v vtweeds
tweeds tropical worsteds worst ds English Englsh and domestic domesticflannels domestc domestcflannels clomestIflannels
flannels and extremely light lght weight serges whipb whipblack whi b b4 b4lack
lack neither character nor distinctiveness distncteness They Theycost The Thecost hey heycost
cost from 1250 I to 2500 For a specific service serviceour seIice seIiceour b bour
rt t tP lVr lVrGoals
our stock affords such garments as ascPfilft
Goals P t end Plt fil TPf Trousers A of white flannel fnnnel or English Englsh and French FrenchSerges PrenchSerges FrenchSercs
Serges in white or cream plain or with single or doubt doublastripes doub1stripes I Istrpes
stripes strpes Extremely well wel tailored taiored garments every line lne and nnd andcurve l lcurve
curve of which will wil be true even though subjected to rough roughservice rougKservice roughservice
service 15 5 20 and 25 25Summer 2 2SJixlixiI <
Summer smm JixlixiI r Cpats Pft of black or blue Serge Alpaca Sicilian SicilianDrap Sicilan SicilanDrap SicilianDrap
Drap dEte Pongee Silk Sik Taffeta Imperial Cloth Linen Linenand Linenand Linenand
and Japanese Silk Sik in a large variety varety of patterns paterns and andcolors andcolors andcolors <
colors 15O 50 5 to 10 10XEPMSSES 10Itgllftcrft 0 0Tr
XEPMSSES Tr r1 for summer summer and outing outng outln wear of Flannel Hame Hamespun llomespun Home Homespun
spun Tweed Cheviot or Worsted in exclusive weaves fash fashioncd fashloned fashioned
ioncd with wih all al the clever knacks which insure a comfortable comfortableand comfortabiand
and perfect perect fitting fitng garment 3 4 5 and andhis 6 6Khie 6Whitc
Khie his Duck ICOUJSCR TrPMfrI designed and fashioned by tailors tailorswho taior tailorswho 1 1who
who are well wel versed in tailoring taioring such garments sarments 125 2 up up33R uptk p pak
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RQAR RQ iM WiY AY 33R 331 TQ TQ 34IH 5IRRBL 5IRRBLosoach SIRg SIRgIsba I Iosbach
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Bottled Bottl oUledt dat at th te springs springsHomburg prlnHombu Homburg Germany eaYi eaYij
Cool Col Straw Hats HatsVery Very Swell SwelllUndmadc Swel SwellHandmade I Itodate
Handmade Iandmad Hall Hal t 4 retailers rtal retsiiersprices prlcn In mp p
todate Kngllsh Split Sptl and Sennet Braids BraidsAt DraldsAt BraidsAt
At 120 12 149 165 165
500 Belgian BelgianSplits UoigianSplts BelgIanSplits
Splits Splts at 275 275o
400 o Hats at 2 240 240Smart 240Smart 40 40Smart
Smart nobby little littleSennet lte lteSonne littleSonnet
Sonnet Sonne and Split SplitHats Splt SpltHat SpiltHats
Hats at
Hat 190 i
200 Sennet Hat at 95c 9ScTMi 95cThi 95cThis
This Thi I I th the blK blet bigget t bargain ever offered rered In Inthe Inth inthe
the th height heightof of ininnirneaion utwr naiaD
1000 10 So o American Americn Panamas Pan mas 480 480PHILOSOPHY 480PIIILOSOIIIY 5 5111OSOIU
A Later 1a tfr TeurtlMlroeokh Trurrldrollkh Arrives Arrlvl With It ItAll I ItAll
All Al Writen Written Oat OatHerr OatHerr
Herr Her George Deutschel a hardy looking lookingGerman lookingOermn lookingGerman
German Oermn who believes beleve that mankinds makinds ail ailments al allmeats ¬
ments are due to wearing underclothing underclothingarrived underclothingarrvod underclothingarrived
arrived arrvod yesterday yeterday aboard abrd the North German GermanLlovd GermanLloyd
Llovd steamship steahlp Kaiser Wilhelm Wilelm H I with ith a apamphlet apamphlet apamphlet
pamphlet of his hs own ow aphorisms nphorlsm expressed expressedIn
In English as she Is writ by himself himlf expr Herr HerrDeutschel HerrDeutlhel HerrDeutschel
Deutschel Deutlhel does do not wear wer any underclothes underclothesand
and nd he said that weather
sid yesterdays justi justified jUt justiBed ¬
Bed ted him All Al that he had on except excpt a con confident contdent contldent ¬
fident tdent smile wore a pair of loose lo trousers trousersand tro troand trousersand
and a coat that exposed about abut six Inches of ofchest ofcheMt ofchest
chest that looked looke exp as 1 If it had been bn affected affectedby affectedby
by the heat These Tc are some of a Herr HerrDcutBchele Her HerrDeutschela
DcutBchele Deutshels flowers 10wers of wisdom wisdomMan wisdomMan Ifom IfomInn i
Man Inn ought olght to bo brought hroulht up to he fit for foranything roranthlni fornntlllng
anything anthlni to be able to drink beer after at ter wine wineor wineor wineor
or vice llO versa versaThe VerSI versaThe I
The best be t locomotion locomoton to be recommended recommendedfor recmmlndl
for the body bod Is ISI In my I opinion walking walklnl and andKoine andoln andltOIllg
Koine oln up mountains mounaIns until unt you haye become becomeil becomered becometired
il tired tiredI red redlam
1 lam am neither for continuous nntnuous or for a strict strictregulation strictrrlulnton strictregulation
regulation rrlulnton of tlmo tmo for meals and Inddo do not ad advise adhe advies ¬
vise he It Eat when hln you OU are hungry hunlry and drink drinkwhen drinkhln drinkwhen
when hln you ou are thirsty thirst time tme does not matter matterDo maltr matterDo
Do not look much mu n Into the fashion books bookswhere bookRwhere bookawhere
where you 01 will wHeec see persons personslooklnl looking like lke butter butterflics butterJeR butlertile
JeR tile or scarecrows scarecrowsWhile Rlrecrows RlrecrowsWhie scarecrowsWhile
While Whie drinking beer btfr you 01 ought oUlht to eat some somecheese somecheese somecheese
cheese and rye breed hrfnd with wih no 10 butter on It ItIt ItIt itIt
It Is better beler fe to drink beer In the open Air nlrwhich sirwhich
which hlch will prevent your so 0 easily getting
wi e81 eetlg
drunk drunkTlip drlnk drlnk1hl drunkTue
Tlip 1hl more A person wrnpn himself IlmReI up In
his bB clothes cothes tho thicker WrnrR will wl be the veil l over overhl overhlB overhis
hl his brain brainA brin brinood
A good ood fresh brppzo brpl e Is to the human body
like lke wnter wltfr llln IIR flesh ffRh flee nnd marrow become becomehard becme becmellord becomehard
hard and full rul of strength water tlrtin 1m to Ic IcMnny II ice iceMan
Mnny Man Inn men ten sacrifice sAcrle their tlcr health henlh rather than thantheir thaotheir thantheir
their aches neheslnc nnd pains painsHanged pllnR pllnRnan5rd painhiangeti
Hanged himself Imlflr In Ute Park ParkOtto ParkOtto ParkOtto
Otto JafTey Jafe a Russian RURlan boy about abut 20 years yearsold yer yearsold
old whose hol home was In Elizabeth Elzbth N J Jhngrd Jhan Jhanged
hanged han r himself hlmFI to t a I tree in Central Park Parkopposite Parkoppsit Parkopposite
opposite oppsit Sixtyeighth Sixtl hth street strt yesterday yesterdaymorning retrY retrYmorning 1esterdaymorning
morning Papersfoundln Paprs Papers foundln the boys by boy s pockets pocketsfor pkl pocketsIndicated
Indict Indicated that he hd had bn been sick and idle idlefor Idlefor
for a long time tme
It I is i quality qualty that bit 11 mad the themm th thname thename
name Lemaire famous See Se Se that this thliname thl thlname thisname
name spelled spele LEMAIRB aj ajabove u uIbove siabove
above is on the end and round aroUndthe roundthe rund rundthe
the eye piece plce of every cver Opera an4 an4Field In InField anFleW
Field Glass Gils you buy otherwise othcrl yw ywwill y ywill i I
will buy worthless wonbles Imitations ImitationsFor Imitaton imitationFor y i iFor
For sale 6le by all al au responsible rc oDable dealtr dealtrSHELLED dealr dealrSlELLED dealsepSMELLED
A 1 11e
Five Alleged Aleled Lawyers Len Cathrrrd In an Hour HourAfter HnAt HoerAfter
After At r Boy Do Wai I as Killed KilledFive Kied KiedFive KilledFive >
Five little lte boys were playing puss p ta tathe mthe 1 1the
the corner at Seventythird Seventy thid street stet ahd ahdAmsterdam T Dd DdAmterdam d dAmsterdam
Amsterdam Amterdam avenue late lat yesterday at after afternoon fteinoon
noon non when ben a Westcott Westott Express ExprB wagon wagondriven wagondriven In Indiven
driven diven by Thomas Thoma McNulty drove dove bjr bjrPrentiss b bPrentias
Prentiss Pent Post 7 years old of 287 Amsterdam Amsterdamavenue Amst Amateedimavenue
avenue who was it I thought he saw Bwa a achance 3 3chance
chance to get a companions companons place plce on an a op opppsite o opelte opposite
pelte posite ppsite corner and ran across aro a the atreet atreetdirectly att attdircoty t tdirectly
directly dircoty In front of the wagon wagonThe wagonThe wagonThe
The boy was knocked down by the bone boneand hr horseand
and two wheels whee III of the wagon passed over overhim ove overhim
him He died die in ten minutes minutesWithin mlnut minutesWithin p
Within an hour after the boys body had
been bn carried to his 1s home a few doors door b away awayfive aa h
five fe men who said that they were lawyer Iw
had hd arrived at the house They Insisted Insistedon int insIsti insIstion J
on telling telng the distracted distract father what wb an anexcellent a anexcellent
excellent suit ho had hd against the express expresscompany expresscompany
company cmpany for damages damae Each Ech Insisted Im1st exP on ontaking oxtaking
taking taing the te case It I took Mr Post Pot half h 01 an t
hour hou to get them to leave the house houseA houe houseA a J JA
A bottle botle of it kept at a home homeinsures homeinsures homeinsuresa
insures a quickacting restorative restorativfcfor restort
for weakness or sudden illness illnessJohiv iness inessJohlJamesOf illnessJohnJameson
JohlJamesOf JohnJameson JohnJamesonThris Johiv James oil oilA
Thris nlu Itar Itarlrish Star StarIrisK
lrish IrisK Whisk WKisIey WKisIeyA y yA
A gentle heart stimulant and ard a apotent apotent apotent
potent reconstructive reconstrctve for prema premature premature premature ¬
ture aging or wasting wastng away
W A TAyLOR TALR A co SOLE 80E AciENTfl AGE7T un xn
French Dressing MA MATERIALS MATnIauFour For Four tablespoonfuls tablespoonfulsolive blprtt olive oil 0 onetablespoonful b pl vinegar vinegaror v c
F D or lemon juice juie half haf teaspoonful teaspnfl salt sl quarter quae tetspoonfnl telpnl pepper pepperLea ppp
1 Lea I t Perrins Sauce SauceTHI
SeasoningA Seasoning A simple ul salad ad d I s so delightfully delghtfly improved by the he addition addton of a tablespoonful tablespoonfulof tbleapnf
S of Lea Q < Perrini Pern Sauce Slu that no French Frnch Dressing should be b sent et to the table tableJOHN tbc tbcwitout tablewithout
witout without i it JOHN DUNCANS nUNC SONS A Agent nU HIW W YORK YOlKPh

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