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NUMBER4755 i1t I WASHINGTON v ASHINGTON SATURDAY AEVENIN Y EVENING G JUNE er UNE 22 OO 1907
IMPURE MILK MILKNOW MILKMENC1NG
NOW MENACING MENACINGENTIRE MENC1NGReport
ENTIRE ENTIRENATION ENTIRENATIONf NA lION lIONR
Report R ReportENTIRENATION p rt of 9f o f District Sani Sanitary i it ¬
tary t fY Committee CommitteeWide Given GivenWide GivenWide
Wide Publicity PublicityWashington Public PublicityWashington ty tyW
Washington W shington Supply Con Considered Considered ConNo ¬
sidered No hi Worse WorseThan WorseThanAnf Than ThanAny ThanAny
Any Other Citys CitysMinute Citys1Vlinute CitysMinute
Minute Instructions Giv Given Given 1v 1ven ¬
en Jo to All Consumers ConsumersFor Consum ConsumersFor rs rsFor
For Safety SafetyNearly SafetyNearly SafetyNearly
I
Nearly Onefourth OnefourthIs
Is Adulterated AdulteratedThe
The T he rsoords z4lrp z4lrpDepartment rds of the District Heath HeaUhDepartment HeathDepartMent
Department show w that during the themilk thepaot thepast
past Av five yetrs JeIUtI 211 per e east t of t the themilk e emilk
milk samples sRpI exambfed have been beenfound beentcUII beenfcuad
found tcUII adulterated and below beJo tbe tbestandard tbestAKard thestaaLard
standard standardThese staaLardThe
These 111 robberies Jarel largely made up upof u uof upof
of the pennies of the poor and sick sickly a1 skkly t tIy ¬
ly woman and halfstarved children childrenamount dallcI eblldrnamount n naou
amount aou t in money value val to consIder conldrabiy coukWraWT consIderably
ably more each year than the entire entireeeet enticeoMt entirecet
eeet of the Health Department DepartmentUntied DepartmentURlt DepartmentUatted
Untied URlt States Department of Airri Ainicuelture Airricultoca Amcutt1ln
cultoca Bulletin issued ued June 22 22In 2ZIA 2tIn
In its It campaign QRm for pure milk uk in the thecities thecities theclues
cities of the tit country the Department Departmentof Drtmentor
of Agriculture Agricu tiirs today sent out to the thepublic thepuWlc thepublics
public hundreds AoRdr of copies of c the report reportof reportor reportof
of the Government committee on sanitary sani sanitary 1 1tal7 ¬
tary relations originally aUy Intended to todeal todMi todeal
deal with the milk supply pply in Washing Washington Wa 1n 1nSo ¬
ton tonSo
So gravehave ra yha ve been the dangers found foundto to1JD4to foundto
to be lurking in the th milk supply of the theCapital OleCaplCal theCapita
Capital City that the department eels I IUIt feelsthat eelsthat
that the t fruits f5 ulta of the recent tavestiga tavestigatioasushoHld inn inntloils4Jholild Investigauodsrahorld
tioasushoHld be given to the country at atltirs ar arlkr atIarEevpsideu1Mly
IarEevpsideu1Mly ltirs lkr i > particularly ily when It Is certain certainthat eertatathat eertahtthat
that the u milk supply of Washtngtoan ic ianotw Isnotw icnotw
notw orse Oise than that of the general en1 run runof runor runof
of cities ddeeIn citiesIn c1Ue c1UeIn
In speaking of the opposition of the themilk themUk themilk
milk Industry to reasonable bIe requiremeats require requirements requlremum ¬
mum the committee says in answer answerto answerto answerto
to criticisms of its policy potieyReply policyRoply poUqRoply
Roply to Criticisms CriticismsThe Critic CriticismsThe 8ml 8mlUThe
UThe The men engaged in this industry industryevidently Industryevidently Industryevidently
evidently do not know that such hydra hydraheaded hydraheaded ra raheaded
headed diseases as cholera infantum infantumscarlet Iftlaatumscarlet lafastumscarlet
scarlet fever and sncIdlphtheria diphtheria have been beendisseminated bMadlseemblated beendisseminated
disseminated in the milk supply that thattyphoid thattyphoid thattyphoid
typhoid fever epidemics have been thuscaused thus thuscaused thuscaUMd
caused and that milk may be the vehi vehicle vehicle Yehlcle ¬
cle of the he germs er of the tuberculosis tuberculoalsaM tuberculosisand tuberculosisand
and other infectious diseases m diseases and mor ¬
bific agents agentsThe agentsThe entL entLreport
The report of the department verifies ert
by many stavUing stutllta < < statements the sue suspicion II1qpk1oM suepiclons ¬
picion which have bit existed for some
time that t atthe the tfc Washington V toA milk supply
is a source of danger 41 to practically
every ever milk user 118 < < in the city The
reportsays
report rerortU rerortDr reportsays
says U
saysDr
Dr II TV R TVlley chief of tbe Bureau Bureauof Buuof Bureauof
of Chemistry United States Stat Depart Department Department Departmeet ¬
ment of Agriculture reports that during cI cIthe
the last lew 1 few months his ha bureau exam ¬
ined X7 samples mpl of milk mtlkbou bought t in
Washington of which fiftysix Attx or a
little over OY 17 per cent had been skim skimmed skimmed skimmed ¬
med or watered ted and ad of ninetysix ninetysixsamples n1netxsamples ninetysixsamples I
samples of cream thirtyeight thtrty t or 3Le6 3Le6per 1Ii 1Iiper 6 6per
per cant Coot were below the th standard required re required requhed ¬
quired by b law la w
235 Per Cent Adulterated AdulteratedThe Ad lterated lteratedTia
The Tia records rec rda of the Health Department Departmentof DePartment DePartmentor
of the District of Columbia Colun a bAa show how that
during the past Qt five yeari year 28359 samples samplesof mple mpleof
of milk were ere examined and that of ofthese ofthese
these 0 1501 or 215 per cenjt cert were below belowthe beaowthe belowthe
the fixed standard and In1 in IL3I 1305 instances instancesprosecution Jn Instancesproeectitiogs tance tanceprOl
prOl proeectitiogs prosecution tIotw for the sale lof of adulterated adulteratedmilk adulteratedmilk adulteratedmilk
milk were presented lu iutfhe the courts courtsMatters courtIa courtsiatters
Matters Ia Uers of this kj lord d should not be beleft beJeft beleft
left therefore to the Individual vldual dealers dealersbut deelenbut dealerbut
but the principles whlc whica whlc4i ought to be becarried becarried becarried
carried out should be finbodted < In ef effective efteeth effective ¬
fective teeth law JIl laws and aces accepted ccep and enforced enforcedin
in a practical sense senseThe senseThe I IThe
The report shows tiiat t at It has been beenknown beenknon beenknown
known for tor years that certain rtlecsscn rtlecsscnin
in the anw animal are communicable comi 4unlceile Ubl le through
milk milkor
j jDart
milkDuring Dart During t the PUt weat7ftve alll
ther there Iut lutye been pub beer lit the dtker urer
ent JlW4lkaI jotarnals t e histories of C 15
epidemics of typhoid fever nlnetYnln4
or scarlet fever and fchlrtysix of diph ¬
theria j rli Ji traceable t < p the milk supply
says the report 7 r
While not holding hoIcU holdlai ifcp WP p tbe Washington V11ton
market milk as a Inferior Interor to that sold In
a number of other cities the depart
rcwt states stat that fljhere l ptere re Is abundant
evidence to Indicate f that stale and in
f fected t ed d market milk is everywhere re 1 1aponsfble
possible for a needh needless 11 ° re sacrifice of hu ¬
man We and It is bJ learly irly 4 the duty of ofcan
the the state to take hat precautions It Itcan
can an to prevent sick sickness Ick + y and distress distressQuestion dltr dltrQues distressQuestion
Question Ques OR of Tftemperature TftemperatureDeaJMg T TiemperatureDsaiiag perature peratureD
DeaJMg D with the im I Injportant portant question of oftemperature ort6lrtpuature oftemperature
temperature the reports JeP rts saysTh4 says saysTha M MThQ
Tha committee on n certified certl milk and andthe BDdthd andthe
the the committee on sanitary altl relations of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the milk supply 1 hjv hav O both emphasised emphasisedthe emphasisedthe apbMlwedthe
the importance imporia ee of coaling IJln i1ing the milk and andkeeping andkeeping andkeeping
keeping It Itt at a temper ature below BO iOrees de degrees do dogreen ¬
green rees F except as x tnay nay be necessary necessaryIn
In the process proc of pasturisatton pa urttton or atari atarillaatlon sterilization 8tnHu ¬
lization Hu On until the nflOk m and 1k i is delivered d lIverecl to tothe tothe tothe
the consumer These1 Th f germs erma rms multiply multiplywith JDU1Uplywith multiplyWith
with astonishing R DlslaJag rapt Hi dity lty ty whenever wbeaev the thetrmpcoUuro tbetlmp thetempetatnro
trmpcoUuro tlmp Q of the mh1k m ilk Is above 50 de decnt clegreu degress
greu F and lki If dtseoaS e germ germs are prell prellfnt present
cnt their proHferatio n < n augments a the thechances thehRACPS thethanes
chances of infection A temperature tfmpfr t1re of
liS S degrees or M n degrees F 1 will not sub subervp subern subaerye
aerye ervp tile interests ntlr oft iJ of t public hi bLc health healthContinued halthlontinued healthContinued
Continued on Sf cond Fagoj Page
California Strike StrikeOn StrikeOn
On Western Union UnionCripples UnionCripples
Cripples Company
i
ROBERT E CLOWRY CLOWJZYPresident CLOWRYPresident CLOWRYPresident
President of f the Western Union Who Is Personally per auy pfaeti g Fi Fight AtA ht Against AgainstStrikiag AgainstStriking ainst ainstStrikiDg
Striking Operators i
VENNELL GIRLS GIRLSM GIRLSINOUST GIRLSINOUEST
INOUST DU DUNIXT DUE DUENEXTTUESDAY
M NEXTTUESDAY NEXTTUESDAYAuthorities TUESDAY TUESDAYAuthorities TUfSDAYAut
Authorities Aut orities ties Learn SheWas She SheWas he heWas
Was An Expert ExpertSwimmer ExpertSvimmer ExpertSvw
Svw Swimmer SwimmerBRIDGBTOk SvimmerBR imme r rBRIDGEToh
BRIDGEToh BRIDGBTOk BR DGlITol X J J June 52 2very 2verypreparation Every Everypreparation Sver SverK
preparation K ration was W I made today to make makethe makeUM makethe
the coroner celCtlMrl Inquest next n t Tuesday into intothe intothedtlt intothe
the thedtlt death of Marie Vennell who was wasdrowned l1idt01ned wardrowned
drowned while boating with George GeorgeEvans GeorgeEvam GeorgeEvans
Evans so complete that every phase pba e of ofthe orthe ofthe
the case ca e will be develdj deveMped dev ed and the mystery mys mystery mysI ¬
tery ter dispelled Prosecutor Proee utor FKh FI Flih4saa tft said saidtoday saidtoday saidtoday
today that he was firm in his determin determination determination determinatioaa ¬
ation not to take such neh a step unless he hewa hewas hewas
wa was absolutely certain It was Justified 3usttfiedEvans JustifiedEvans JUsttAedEvans
Evans Ready to Tell TellEvans TellEvM TellEvans
Evans said today he WHS was ready to tNll tNllall t ll lUall llall
all he knew of the case and that he hewould Mwould hewould
would be on hand at t the inquest Rheauthorities The Theauthorities rrbeautlKlrItiee
authorities today learned the significant significantfact significantfact nlncant nlncanttact
fact that Marie Vennell was an expert expertswimmer expertswimmer expertswimmer
swimmer and that in view of this it Is Isall IIIall faall
all the more remarkable she should shouldhave shouldbave shouldhave
have drowned in such shallow llow water waterSome waterorne waterSome
Some orne significance is given the story
that she was preparing to be married marriedand marriedaad marriedand
and that she he had had a romance having havingspoken bavlngpoken havingspoken
spoken of o her fiance only as GeorgeAa George GeorgeA
A Aa Evans Eva name is t George this evidence evidencegiven evidenceven evidencegtven
given ven by Miss MJ Sadie Murphlne caused causedmuch causedmU causedmuch
much mU < h comment Miss MI Murphine said saidMarie saidMarie Id IdMarie
Marie Vennell told her of her approach approachtog approechInr approaching
tog marriage marrla < < e to GeorgeWill George GeorgeWill GeorgeWill
Will Describe DeScribe Cries at Night NightIt
It is said that more than thirty per persons person ¬
sons son have M been summoned to testify at atthe atthe atthe
the inquest Edgar W V Downes Dow will 111 111ak beasked be beaxked
asked ak to describe de mbe the cries he heard the thenight thenight
night niht of the drowning in the vicinity vicinityof vicinityof
of the tragedy Dr C L Charlesworth Charlesworthwho Charleworthwho Charieworthwho
who examined th the body bod will tell of Itscondition Its Itscondition ItKcoodttlon
condition and explain that death in his hisopinion hi hioplnton hisoplnlon
opinion must have resulted from fr m drowning drown drownIn drownInt
In Int ing and not from violence Evans it Is Isexpected 18expected isexpected
expected will repeat his story of how howthe howtlte howthe
the boat was upset as they changed changedtwats cbaUgedMats changedseats
Mats how b w he was forced to beat the thegirl
I I girl away from him to save his own life lifeand Ufeand lifeand
I and how he swam ashore and hurriedhome hurried
I home homeMARK hom homMARK
MARK TWAINS DAUGHTER DAUGHTERHONORS DAUGHTERHONORS
I HONORS MOTHERS MEMORY MEMORYj
j J WIXSTED WI SlED Conn June 122Mlu 122MluClara 12MissUltra 22 Miss MissClara
Clara Clemens daughter of Mark MarkTwain MarkTwaln MarkTwain
Twain has had a memorial window windowplaced windowplaced windowced
placed ced In the Protestant Episcopalurch Episcopal EpiscopalChurch EpiscopalChurch
Church urch of the TransSguration Tran uratlon to thr thrmemory Ut thmemory i iJDemOrr
memory ruor of her mother Olivia L i Clem Clemons ClemfIIIL Ciemens
ons The color of the memorial which whichis whichIs hlch hlchIs
is simple in design d is I rich 1I t in tone The Thewindow Thowindow rhewlDdow
window was purchased purcba with the pro proceeds proceeds proseeds ¬
ceeds of tbe first public concert given givenby SivenW givenby
by Miss n Clemens when she made her herdebut b bdebut
debut at Norfolk orfolk last Ia t year y r as a singeri singer lncerI
I 5125 125 to Baltimore and ReturnEvery Return ReturnEvery ReturnI
Every Saturday and Sunday Snda via Penn Pennsylvania Pfonnsvtvania Pennsylvania ¬
sylvania Railroad Tickets good return returning rturnl returntug ¬
I tug l a until Sunday night All regular trainsexcept trains trainsexcept trainsxcept
except Congressional Limited LimltedAdV Adv
NONUNION NONUNIONOPERATORS NONUNIONOPERA NON UNiON UNiONOPERA
OPERATORS OPERATORSIMPORTED OPERA TORS TORSIMP TORSIMPORTED
IMPORTED IMPORTEDDouble IMP IMPORTEDDouble OR TED I II IDoubIe
I
i
Double DoubleWages Wages and andFree andFree an angee j
Free gee Board oar Prom PromIsed Promoised Promised
Ised to Men MenSAX MenSAX MenSAN
SAX FRANCISCO June 2tThe 2tThePostai 2 The ThePostal ThePostal
Postal Telegraph Company operated operatedits
its wires with a small force of menand menand men menand
and its is wires ires were not molested molestedThe mo1estooe molestedthe
The e Western Union however was wasgreatly wasgreatly wasgreatly
greatly greatly troubled by operators at atway atway atway
way stet stations ma along the lines opening openingtheir openingtheir openingtheir
their keys ke s and otherwise otJ wie interfer interfering interferin interfering ¬
ing in nth trsJHc trsJHcAccording trll1fteAccording tradlcAccording
According to information received receivedhare receivodlere receivedhere
hare the Western Iestern Union has a forceof force forceof forceof
of strike breakers on the way wayAsk wayAsk wayAsk
Ask Police Protection ProtectionThe PrDtectionThe ProtectionThe i
The company has applied for policeprotection police pottceprotection policeProtectlon1Id
protection Protectlon1Id and already has secured securedPullman HCUredPullman securedPullman
Pullman sleepers and diners from thesouthern the theSouthern theSOulhern
Southern Pacific Pacl c railroad In which hleh to toquarter toquarter toquarter
quarter and feed their employesat employes ° at Oakland Oak Oakland Oakland ¬
land landSuperintendent landSup landSuperintendent
Superintendent Sup rinteDdEDt Jaynes has buposted posted no notice noUC notice ¬
tice UC to the effect pff < > et that all operators totS remaining re remaining remalnin ¬
maining malnin with the com company will w wdouble be ptld ptlddouble id iddouble
double salary board boardiple boarded and lodged free freeand rree rreesnd
and given vft aJft ample iple > > Ie protection ties tiesGeneral in the per performance performance performance
formance of their duties dutiesGeneral duUtSI
General Superintendent Frank Jaynes Jaynesof Jaynesof JaYJMIII
I I i of the Western We ern Union said today todayStatement y yStatement
Statement of Superintendent SuperintendentWe
We will not deal with the Commar Commercdal Commarclal CommlKetal
clal Telegraphers Union We never neverhave1 neverhaver
I have1 hav discriminated in favor of or oragainst orI oragainst
against members memt > en of the union Wehave We Wehave Ve VeI
I
have hired our telegraphers tel phen regardless regardlessof
I of their sanitation with any labor or orI I
I pnlz Uon and we never have asked asked ASkltdIan
Ian an employe whether he belonged to the theunion tbeunion theunion
union S1 We Ve a have been willing to dealwith deal dealIth
with Ith our employee as a employe emplo but butnever butnever butnever
never with the union I believe that it itth itth4 iithe
th the men had agreed to confer with us usas u ua usas
as a employee their demands could have MV
been satisfactorily adjusted adjustedMr adjUlttedUlr adjustedMr
Ulr Mr Small called and was told thatthe that thatthe UtatI
the company would not confer with him bimor
I or any member mem of the organization orpnlzatlOnI organizationNow
Now ow that they have struck I I am glad gladthat sladthat lad ladthat
I that they have done so If it has ha to to be
done Thar Tht > sooner BOOn started the sooner it itwill Itill itwill
will ill be over We shall take messages messagessubject me meseageesubject ea M Msubject
subject to delay delaySmaW delaySmalZDefends delayma
SmaW SmalZDefends SmalZDefendsAction ma Defends DefendsAction e fends fendsAc
Action Ac ion in Frisco FriscoOrdering PriscoOrdering Frisco FriscoOrdering
Ordering Strike StrikeSAX
SAX SA FRA FRANCISCO CISCO CaL June 22 22President 22PteddentSman 2Pretfldtett
PteddentSman President Small of the Commercial CoIIU IIHClaI Tel Telegraphers Te Teraphers Telegraphers ¬
egraphers raphers Union this morning gave 8e a astatement a
I
statement of conditions s leading up to tothe tothe
I the present strike In thfe th city it and com commenting commenting ¬ i
menting m ntiDg on 1 what h ho calls g the unsatistunainufdni unsatis unsatisticjniunird unsalisttJIHtnu
I
ticjniunird ttJIHtnu tunainufdni on SecoYid elond Page
fRAUD fRAUDIN FRAUDIN
IN BOXES WITH WITHfALSE VYITHFALSE
fALSE mi FB I nLOL or Srfl BOTTOMSV BOTTOMS BOTTOMSVShaped nnTTHRin UUI I Uliiu UliiuVShaped IMS
VShaped V Shaped Base Thrust ThrustUp ThrustUp ThrustUp
Up Making Difference Differenceof DifferenceTWe I
of o f TWe Twenty Tvent nt P Per er Cent CentTwo CentT Centts
T Two VO Arrests ts of Alleged AllegedMakers AllegedMakers l lNakers
Makers ahers r of Five Quarts QuartsFrom QuartsFrom QuartsFrom
From Four FourCol FourCot
Col Cot W C C HaetSU Uaak il staler J t of wtlghb wtlghband elsteti elstetiand lib liband
and meawices JheMq has au Just unearthed une rtiMd a afraud a afraud afraud
fraud In dry meaanre mea lsti t + e that was being betogextensively beingextenatvely beingextensively
extensively pracUcMT ptac IC in the market m rk t on onLouisiana onLculala onLculiaaa
Louisiana Lculala avenue oeaue1ri WWch tcla ch he M say N says is the theworst thewort theworst
worst that has come under hte official officialnotice ofttcla1notice olllclIInotice
notice In nine J De years yearsThe yea yeaThe ed edThe
The short mesa was being used hi hia 1fta ina
a cleverly manipulated strawberry box boxsupposed II bsupposed X Xaupp
supposed aupp d to be of standard quart meat meature i iure ea eaure
ure but which bld1CQft contained a per r antlers antlersthan cent Mntthan leas leasthan
than a Quart QuartThe uuartThe quartThe
The box is constructed oC ordinary ordinarysplits orcItaa17spUta ordinarysplits
splits similar tu all U berry boxes and andin andIn ad adIn
in sIze is a standard quart But its itspeculiar Itapeculiar Itspeculiar
peculiar feature is its bottom which Is Iscreased illcreued Iscreased
creased or broken in such a manner as asto asto asto
to permit of It being bem pushed up up into la the thecenter theceoter thecenter
center of qf the measure by a a slight pressure pres pressurft > > ft8 ft8aurfl
sure of the sides of the box o which whichmakes whichmakea whichmakes
makes a displacement of 31 per centmaking cent t tmaklnr
making the box of berries appear ppe1 to tobe tolibey tobe
be liberally filled filledBex MedBex filledBox
Bex Leeks All Right RightTo RightTo RightTo
To all Outward appearance the box is isin Lain isla
in no way y different from the UNbox standard aiaaIsrdbox standardbox
box and Holds a quart except when the theaides meBides theaides
aides are pressed pr in iDe forcing the tit bot bottom bottom bottom ¬
tom up Into to the center er of the measure measureAfter meitaure meitaureAfter Ie IeAfter
After the berries ajee dumped Into a areceptacle 3receptaele areceptacle
receptacle the beITSeE bo wm falls back into intoposition SatopoalUOO intoposition
position when the jgeasure ure on the tJMi sides sidesit aidessis
it i released eued and the fraud Is hid hidiana hI4Ten hidTen
Ten da days age 0 a esemar of a LouIs
iana dealer who had b purchased straw ¬
berries in one of 4he creased bottom
boxes brougnt one 4 oneof > Ae of the boxes box to
Colonel UaskelL Jft at t once put Leo AI AISboeatJlal
Shoenthal his bi aas iMfciaut tsstt t on the theto cast castto case caseto
to see if berries were being beIn sold In Inthe 10the Inthe
the market in these tbe e fraud boxes After Aftera Attera
a careful lnvestlgat investigation 1nv stlc oat ist he discovered a amerchant aJDelehanf amerchan
merchant with nie bi stand filled withthe with withthe 1tthtJH
the puslbottom pudlbottom boxes boxesBeftUe box boxDWe boxesBeside
Beside the stand there f ere were crates te of ofstrawberries oflUawMrrlea ofstrawberries
strawberries openedt open for ferGIf inspection l aad nd ndaaMsred
cafftred GIf tred for vale Tk top layer er of otMac buses beecesW buses7elisa
7elisa W fcW < < f Mac acretaeieiF i inssiaVn rasft l + esSiaeyr hattw typ typwhile Uge UgeAhU ti9ewhile
while AhU all 4he he other olh r layers were wr e ordinary oMUaarystandard 0 ordinarystandard aarY aarYstaftdaJod
standard size with Uh rigid bottoms Inaccordance in hiaccordance inccordance
accordance with ti the e law lawFive lawFin lawFive
Five Quarts From Four FourExplaining FourExpla1n FottrExplaining
Explaining Expla1n how the be fraud is perpe perpetrated pecpetrated perpetrated ¬
trated Colonel Haskell said Id that the theretail therftall theretail
retail dealers purchase purch crates of straw strawberries strawberries trawberrJea ¬
berries from tbe wholesalers in standard standardquart ataDCkrdquart standardquart
quart measures mea ures They then take the thestandard OMstandard thestandard
standard quarts and place the 1 bwriex bwriexin btriiesin IrrlelIn
in the false creased pushbottom J meas measures JIMI8uree measures ¬
ures and out of every four standard standardquarts IrtaNIardquart standardquarts
quarts they make five fraud quarts quartsThis q1IIUtaThis quartsThis
This morning morn the two men alleged to
have been selling berries Nul in the fraud trau4quart fraudquart
quart measures were served rved with itb war warrants warrants r rrantJI
rants charging cham them with ith selling goods goodsby 8DO goodsby
by short measure In violation of law lawTheir
Tn Their lr cases will be heard in the Pottee PolleeCourt
Court Monday morning JDOrni Colonel Has gsakeil Haskell B Bkell ¬
kell has samples of the fraud boxes and
berries purchased Urebaaed in them as asto evidence evidenceto oidenonto
to be submitted JJUbll ltted to the court courtThe courtThe courtThe
The penalty alty for this offense otren e is i S1de t IW I or orsix orsix
six Ix months in jail or both for f r each eachviolation eachytoatton eachviolation
violation of the lawTROOPS law ULWKILL w wTROOPS
TROOPS CHARGES CHARGESKILL CHARGESKILL
KILL H HPARIS MAIM MAIMPARIS
PARIS June 22 Several people have havebeen haebMn havebeen
been killed and ad downs injured as a re result result resuit ¬
sult of a cavalry and Infantry charge chargeInto eharseInto chargeinto
Into a mob b of rioters la the streets of ofLisbon ofU8boa ofLisbon
Lisbon according to dispatches dlspetc es received recelvf receivedhere d dbue
here today todayTrouble to4ayTrouble todayTrouble
Trouble has ha been brewing for some sometime sometimend sometime
time timend and a number of minor mftOr demonstrations demon demonstration delll l lstratton ¬
stratton have taken en place but the theJfttln therjoting
gating Jfttln reported today toda Is the first that thathas thathall thatbas
has beer attended bY fatal results resultsSTRUCK resultsSTRUCK results8TREEAII
STRUCK BY STREET 8TREEAII 8TREEAIIEflEY CAR CAR1ERELY CARMERELY
MERELY EflEY A BIT ANNOYED ANNOYEDThat AMOYEThat
That it takes something heavier and andharder aftciharder andhardor
harder than the fender of a aa street car carto carto carto
to Injure John Crump twentyfive twon fie years yearsold yearsold ears earsold
old of 2fi 65 Virginia VlrS 1a avenue southwest southwestuae southwestwu southwestwas
was shown this this morning on Pennsyl Pennsylvania PClmsylVanliB Pennsylvarila ¬
vania avenue near the Postofflce whenhe whenhe when whenhe
he was struck k in the face by the fender fenderof renderor fenderof
of a Capital Traction car while he was wasat wasat wasat
at work with tbe excavation gang
Crump was a8 knocked ten feet but was wasscarcely wasscarcely
scarcely dazed zed by tbe blow blo After water watervag waterwsa Ilter IltervPa
vag vPa thrown on his head he resumed resumedwork re resumedwork umed umedwork
work workJjie workThe workThe
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MISS MADELINE DEMPSEY DEMBSEYWhose DEPSBYWhose DEMPSEYWhose
Whose lather F ather Brought Bi ught Suit for S5OQ0 sW 5 Against A ainK R Robert rt S Di Diekn ks n by Wha WhaAdvke W11 Wheat WheatAdvice e eAdrlfe
Advice Adrlfe Girl Rail Away
BURIED AlIV AlIVfATE ALIVE ALIVEFATE
fATE OF CHILD CHILDTHOUGHT CHILDTHOUGHT CHILDcapes
THOUGHT LOST LOSTStepfather LOSTStepfather LOSTStepfather
Stepfather Narrowly r res Es Escapes Escapes ¬
capes es Attack of Angry AngryNeighbors AngryNeighbors Angryegg
Neighbors NeighborsWEST egg ors orsWEST
WEST EST CHESTJJR Pa June 2S tOnly tOnlya Only Onlya
a linserine doubt and the desire de tre of his hisfriends hisfriends hisfriends
friends to believe his protestations pr stattoRS of ta tanocenc mnocenc lnnocenc
nocenc early today prevented prevent prevented an at attack attaCk attack ¬
tack upon Irwin Lewis who ho is wider widerarrest udetarrest underarrest
arrest charged with burying alive all allt1 his hisnveyearold hisfiveyearold
nveyearold t1 eJeeroI4l stepdaughter Mary oIa Robbins Rob Robbins R Rbins
bins Nowlln N lin whose who < ho e body was 8 taken takenfrom takeafrom takenfront
from a rude grave in the presence of I 1Lewis ILewIs ILewis
Lewis himself a great reat crowd cro d of men menand menand
and more mor than JOG women womenThe womenThe womenThe
The discovery of the t burled body of ofthe
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the child and the absolll absolutely llr definite dEADt de determination 4etermination determination ¬
termination of the autopsy Ph pbysidatasthat physicians physiciansthat stdaDs stdaDsthat
that the little girl was burled alive ah and andthat tndthat andthat
that her death was caused by b smother smothering smothering smothering ¬
ing has aroused the countryside to the thegreatest thesreateet thegreatest
greatest excitement excitementLewis excitementLcwis excitementLewis
Lewis the stepfather was as lending a asearch aearch asearch
search for supposed kidnapers wit when n in informed Informed Informed ¬
formed that the body 1J dy had been fopnd fopndHe fOlDd fOlDdHe fopndrHe
He showed little emotion at ft nest but butlater wtlater butlater
later broke down and walled his innocence inno innocence lA1Mcence ¬
cencetrs cenceMrs cence cenceMrs
Mrs trs Lewis is in a critical cendttiOM cendttiOMat cenditioiat
at the home of a neighbor Realizing Realizingthe RNUzingthe Realizingthe
the seriousness BorJouene s of her condition every everyeffort enryeffort everyeffort
effort Is being made to keep the details detailsfrom dtallsfrom detailsfrom
from her
Childs Head in BagThe Bag BagThe BagThe
The childs head was 1IS wrapped In a arough a arough arough
rough rough burlap bag and a hemp he p cord cordfastenOd was wasfastened wasfastened
fastened about the neck The physi physicians physicians phyalclans ¬
cians said the string was not fastened fastenedtightly fastenedtightly fastenedtightly
tightly and nd that death could not have haveresulted bavereiult havere
resulted reiult re ulted d frog frorti strangulation strangulationTt
Tt is the belief of Prosecutor Pr iJeCutor McElree McElreef IcElreeQ
Q thrown f Chester county that the bag was wastbrown wasthrown vas vashrown
hrown over the th childs chnd head from be behind 1tehind behind ¬
hind and she was was thrown Into the thegrave thegrave thegrave
grave and buried bnrie being unable to cry cryout cryout
out outLewis Lewis dug the grave several weeks weeksago weeJsago weeksago
ago telling the farm hands he Intended Intendedto IDtond
to fill It The baby disappeared dlsappe red Sun Sunday Sunday Sunday ¬
day Xo o mention was made of her ab absence absence absence ¬
sence until Monday Monda William rUliam Shelley Shelleyyesterday ShelJtI3yesterday Shelleyyesterday
yesterday noticed that the hole had been beentilled bc1ntitled beenfilled
tilled He got another farm hand to tohelp tohelp tohelp
help him They had uncovered only onlyabout 001 001about onlyabout
about one foot of earth when they came cameupon cameupon cameupon
upon the patent leather belt of th thchild the thechtJd thechild
child Immediately they threw back backthe backthe backthe
the earth and went to Inform the pros prosecutor prosecutor prosecutor ¬
ecutor
Childs Father Vanished VanishedThe VanishedThe VanishedThe
The birth of little Mary has long been beena
a cloud in the Newlin family of which whichMrs whlchlrs whichMrs
Mrs Lewis Is a a member Edna Newlin Newllnwas Newlinwas Newlinwas
was employed at the Asylum Tor or the theInsane theInsane theInsane
Insane at Embreevllle when she became becameengaged becamensased becameengaged
engaged to marry a man who also alsoworked alsovorked alsoworked
worked there The wedding day was waaset v vset wasset
set when her fiance disappeared disapp red She Shewent Shewent Shewent
went home and little M Mary Robbins BobbinsNewlln RobbinsNewlIn RobbinsNewlin
NewlIn was as born and taken Into the thefemlly Utei1nn thefamily
family i1nn Lewis always always la3s protested protost d his hislove hisIpv hislove
love Ipv love for or his wifes child childSal chi d dSalty
Salty Sal y Bathing at Chesapeake CheSapE ke Beach BeachAdv BeachAdv BeachAdv
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Miss Dempsey DempseyHad Demps DempseyRunAway y yJiad
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Had Run RunAway RunAwayOnce Away AwayOnce AwayOnce
Once Before BeforePlaintiffs BeforePlaintiffs BeforePlaintiffs
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Plaintiffs Reputation BitterIy Bit Bitterly Bitterly ¬ I I
terly Attacked by b Law Lawyers Lavyers Lawyers I
yers yersof of Defendant DefendantFltSDKRICKSBUltG DefendantlI1tBDRlCJCSBURG DefendantFRSDgRICK I
FltSDKRICKSBUltG FRSDgRICK BURG Va June J 22 22The 12The 2 2TIM
The fury has found for the defendant defendantin
in the suit of W L Demneey DII e against againstRobert a a5 againstRobert
Robert 5 Dtekson of ot o this city for forJ6W9 fCJ fCJ6Q for36tO1
J6W9 6Q for alleged Jle d Sajury to the character characterof cb ntectw ntectwor
of his ltiughter Oavghter Madeline X 1 by sy y taking her heraway hoWaa heraway
away aa front her home in VVasbinstoo WHlllastonOM hi hithe Mthe
the corporation court of this lJ11 city Judge JudgeJohn JudceJoiut JudaeJoin
John T Goolrick Geo 1ck on the bendA beMIbA bench benchA
A motion IDOdo to set the verdict aside Stele waa waaoverruled waaoernalec1 wasoverruled
overruled overruledThe overruledThe
The evening e session was 15 taken up in inshowing Iasbowllaf inswung I
showing swung that t the girl had run away awayfrom awaytrue
from home before fore using an assumedname assumed assumedname UlNJD UlNJDname
name and lying to her father mhen mhenfound w bell bellfOUDlL henfoamd
found foundHer fOUDlLHer foamdHer
Her father was the star witness 1oft In tothe Intbe inthe
the ease easeWhen BeeWhen
When one of the defendants attorneys attorneysaccused attorneysaccused ttonteJsaCCUMd
accused him of being MIa < < crooked when 1 with withthe withthe withthe
the Dickaon Dlc Hardware Company he hedenounced bedenounce4 hedenounced
denounced it as a Be and nd show showed d fight fightthe Abtae fightthe
the city sergeant t restraining rMtraln rMtralnThe himThe him himThe
The defendants attorneys In theirclosing their theirdoeing tIIeIra3unaent
closing argument before the Jury at attacked attackfd attacked ¬
tacked Dempsey y hi the most scathing ecaihtagmanner 6CtIIID 6CtIIIDDlliltDtr scathingmaster < <
manner The court room afar a ftBe ftBewitfi a fifled fifledwits M MWItt1
wits prominent business bUIIb a man of the thetown diewJa thetown
town wJa
Mfes M Dempsey Story StoryMtas StoJyJIIMeIiDe StoryMss
Mss Madeline Dempssy wan the tINwltae first ftraiwitness firstwltsess
witness witnessitr wltae wltaeMr wltsessair
itr air Carter for the plalnmc began beaanquestioning beganquestioning 1M a atuestJoalar
questioning her as to her relations with withDickaon withDickson > ttlt ttltDick
Dickaon Dick She first met I t Dicksaa No Noember No November NoveRlHl ¬
ember IS bit at his store where her belrlluer herfather
father was 1 employed On several era1 in instances in3tanCeS Instances
stances Dickaon had given her money moneyAfter moneyAfter y yArter
After going to Washington Dtekson Dteksoncame Dicksoncame Idaoft Idaoftcame
came up to see her several times tt He Heinduced HelDduced Heinduced
induced her to give up her j job b at t a adepartment adepartment
department store st He toW her how to togo togo togo
go tothe Baltimore B tiMot and Ohio station ttationand dationand stationand
and said that If sire went to the tb poet poetofnee po poetoffice t toffice
office on Saturday morning site s e vouldfind vould vouldfind ould ouldftOd
find a letter with funds and Instructions InstrucUonswhich inatucUoaawhich Instructionswhich
which she he did < She purchased a ticket ticketto t tk ket ketto ketto
to Harpers Ferr Ferry > W V Va out of U roe tueib e eSIS
SIS 15 she > found in the letterAt letterAt letter letterAt
At Harpers Ferry she purchased a aticket aJeket aticket
ticket to Winche WinchesterVated Vinchester tec Va At At o the board boardson IJoardIng
Ing house she was directed to by y Dick Dickson Dickson
son she was met by the landlady landlad who whoknew whoknew bo bokno
knew kno her as Kiss Ritchie and Dirkson Dirksonas
as her uncle R F Miller She stayed stayedtwo stayedtwo
two weeks at this boarding bcHLT1lln house Dick Dickson Dickson
son came to see her once at Wnchester Winches Winchester W Wter ¬
ter terH terHtt H Htt wrote rote a letter to Mist Joy Demp D6IJp5e Demp Dempsey
sey 5e a sister ter of Madeline Ia eUne in Washing Washingmall Washtagton Va8 r rton
ton which hteh a1copied copied and ad gave l hint m to tomall tomaH
mall in whiclrshe which Me said she be was sorry sorrythat sorrythat Orr Orrthat
that her father fatl had acted so hastily hastilyand hasWyand bastgyand
and that he had ruined her er character characterfor cltrartertor characterfor
for life Dickson took filer 1 < < pocketbook pocketbookIn
In Winchester vt hester and pnt in two no tt bills bidsout billsout biUaout
out of which she paid her board 1to nI In InWinchester InTlnchHter InWinchester
Winchester she applied at telephone of ofllce o otlce oflice
lice for a position but failed to toit secure secvreit
it Dickson made no effort t ti secure securea
a position for to her r The witness witnessthen 1bMNthen wag wagthen
then turned ever to the defense defenceC
C O C Goolrick began the 1te direct directarnlnaUon directamlnatlon eX eXamination
arnlnaUon by b asking = Dg about the letters lettersshe leUenshe lettersshe
she wrote Dtekeon Her memory ad to tothe 110the sothe
the contents of them was very vtsrYShe HI HIShe mShe
She stated that at no time c cson I Ison DfIck DfIckon
son on matte 1aJI any improper preiMtsaJs Jr Jrher te tinher teher
her but always treated her her1 will L
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Feared a at Any AnyMoment AnylVoment AnyMoment
Moment MomentSupport lVomentSl1pport MomentSupportof
Supportof Support of Clemenceau CleinenceauSwells ClemenceauSwells ClemenceauSwells
Swells Anger o oRioters of ofRioters ofRioters
Rioters RiotersAJUa
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FA l AJUa iti5 June 1IDe 22 2BIMk Bhwk Blm 1c clouds clouds of ofeoivttMt ofIyer ofee
ee eoivttMt o1aties hang over the Midi today todayTm toda todaJIIIi todaybite
Tm limeys II1L of discontent i is > spread spreading spreadisg preadgeral ¬
ing and general revolt is imminent imminentOcSfeftalc imminentQaIeIaJa imminentfresh
OcSfeftalc expect peet freak outbreaks as asa a1 a1t atlid
r id a sosee s aME t mad are doubling pre precavcftm pr prea41
ea41 cavcftm cavcftmTfca
ea41no
Tfca T e uorluugs BMnua s lull far f fir r from be beteg beia being
teg ia reaaauriag 1MU1II D < < te cosmdrrcd red onultotai omi ominooa omiDCMd
nooa DCMd l
r Angered elld at CksBexean CksBexeanPremiei CteCLPnaater Cie eaoen eaoenPremkr
Premiei Clemenceaus victor victory In teehteb ilo ilochamber
ehteb chamber of deputies ue when w after FI FI1a inns innsstets r rlu
stets lu MHat s aejofon In yean he secured aec rej A 3vats Aveto J Jot
veto of confidence cons desce for himself and h hpoMcy Fp t tNMc7
p poMcy icy ay 331 II to t 233 f 3 today promises promisesptwwe promsesI promsesIWOId promsesI
ptwwe I a twoedge word swordtws wordClixmtncrmn WOIdet
tws et the JIOernmeut go ernme it s supPOrt supportCieassriceaa I IaT
Clixmtncrmn aT Ifll 1I has u been slow ow In g gHU gHUdIe gPttto tn tnt
to t the sooth but 1 at it to spreading d1nc rap rapMcfay raptat rapaMF
Mcfay and Instead tat of weakening weakeningor weakeningrehAi
rehAi or musing mc them to faker is prov proving pr prred prIt ¬
ing It a red flag fla flaunted In the face e of Ui UiMil ha halllip h hIll
Mil of 6cIoDtefttFfeM diesntentPre discontent discontentFreak
Freak Pre k otke Outbreak Expected ExpectedqUapoita s xbtted xbttedreceived ed edIved
qUapoita received Ived from Jtarbonne B Bzfars BI BIden ga5
den and Agde today indicate that thatsatiny thatof thatfws
fws satiny lay of the be troops baa been qu q u1 u1y V Vtemporarily 1 1tea
tea temporarily eerUy y at least The royal irl irltary rr rrtar7 r i ita
ta tary y and the police hare the situ situd ltua ltuala 1tuaibIlL
la hand bat the government AO t make makesatteaspt makeaaept n nthat >
aaept to Ahgdae the fad that t1m t fn fnttoatton t1doII t tdtaadsn
ttoatton doII la serious and ad fresh outbreak outbreakP outt reltd reltdt reltdpctto
as + e t expected expectedPsiietioss >
Psiietioss P pctto eactions of 0 the downfall of ih ihptusint t t1IIIIIIdIIty tpevreut
ptusint Mtetetry are freely tr I7 made tad tadchat t todI < xl xlTt
I Tt the sttwttioa of the U cabine cabineacttae cabineL cabinssnits
L snits tIE 1laeasdaVa a acttae Is mos most
saws tI5 tI5fte generally recoo1i d dbe
The be ministry appreciates ppredat the situat situat1 situat1eYft7 sit uat n nand x xand
and every move is being made with ith t ttftme Etreae x xtreme
treme caution cautionReserves cautionReserves
Reserves as a War Featiag FeatiagAn
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An indication of this is the criticism criticismheaped cri criticmheaped tie < 1 1heaped
heaped upon General BaiHaud RAIna whr a r i iday tday t tday
day called the artillery reserves ar arXontpeUier a aJiIoDtpeIUer aMontpeWer
XontpeUier to a war footing In dir dirp dirpclaaJleD8e dircc dirccchallenge ot otchallenge
challenge to public sentiment Ut which whichsteadily is isstead s sI
steadily stead fly growing C more hostile P towarl towarlthe towar1I towarithe
the military militaryAll JDIJItaqI atiptaryAll
All strangers In the southern districtart district districtAs distrcI
ar art regarded as p L LAs
As Il a result of a number num nummen Of newp3r r rmen
men being beaten ten an correspondents correspondentst ponde pondeMat
Mat t there are now furnished wrii whbadger wriibadges 1 > a
badges of identification idestiscatienHsiiaas IiteDWlcatJoDH identificationHeeHgans
HeeHgans H Ristia RistiaAa Rietiag RietiagAa RMtiacAD
Aa taritteaHon of the seriousness wit witows w a awhich 1 1wtdda
which the trouble ba tile wlnegro wlnegro4IIIItrIct winegrowRg winegrowRgdistrict ows owsdistrict
district te regarded ed was given when hen it itwas ItWM itwas
was officially o < < kIaDy announced today to a that tha thatintended t t1ate11de4 i itetraded
intended visit of President Presl Fallieres
eDt 10 10e o oBordeaux c cux
Bordeaux ux has been postponed poetpOaedDeW postponedA
A DeW 1I light < < ht was thrown Oft the e situa situation situation li ua uadolt ¬
tion today by a telegram to the minls minlsof mrr mrrof m i r is r rof
of war from oa General BaiUoud saranthat saran saynthat sa yn ynthat
that much of the disorder incidental vri vrithe tS tSthe tl tldie
the meeting JDeetiD < < of the troops yesterday 7e8ter ar was l
due to hooligans and nd not to the mjua nu
body of the strikers strikersMutineers strikersMiitineers u1kenMutineers
Mutineers Return ReturnFrom ReturnFrom ReturnFrom
From Truant Trip TripSaluting TripSaluting Tripa
Saluting a u n Meekly MeeklyAGDE
AGDE iDE June 22 ZTbe The mutinous Sev VT1 VT1eeath nteeeth n nfceeath
fceeath Infaatrjr which deserted r 11 11and nAre nAreyesterday ra rayesterday
yesterday and marched to Rexlers Bestrmnlr > r rturned rturned
j turned th corning mnlr g on a special train tramTwo trainTwo tru truTwo
Two captanw ca and a lieutenant awav awavthe aWt awaa i ithe 1 11M
the 1M returning prodigals PIOCti III at he is statii statiiThe II stati t a ti J n nTbe aTbe
Tbe soldiers saluted alute and falling jr j jhte to tohce
lice placed tnemeshres under their od odoflkcrrs udoeCfta u1doiscers
oflkcrrs and marched back to their quar quarters qlaln q ar artees + ¬
tees n through crowds CIOW of s client lent strikers strikerswho strikersJdterda7 strikerswho
who yesterday had cheered them to tueodic tue tueecho beA
echo echoA odicA
A report from Montpellier says sa tat tatthe 180 180the tathe
the government venalDellt commissary co ry there ther th r ac aclitted atquitted acquitted <
quitted litted today 1Oda three soldiers of th the i + > ui uiegiment II ciRegiment IIe
Regiment egiment e meat against whom charges chargsv char es wf wfI f
I fomenting tUn revolt had been made madeTHE madeTHE s sTHE
THE WEATHER REPORT REPORTThe
The western depression de on has ha made lit little 1ttie 4t 4tesa ¬
tie progress esa eastward and appears appea tr 09 09slowly be besIoWl beslowly
slowly sIoWl filling ftl1I up Pressure > is il rein r Ja i IIdeA tly x xly
ly high aD4r1siq and rising in Atlantic coast oast pis pisniets 01 01trktL i itricts
tricts Thunder showers owen have o OU cur ur > I Iquite 1quke iquite
quite generally In the Mississipju Mississipjuley Mb ilIsMaaipiley lsaiPN lsaiPNtill
ley the Ohio valley and the uv w West Westportion < = t n nportion
portion p rtIoa of the lake region also a1 o in inteftd scat scattered s + t tisred ¬
tered localities throughout the ROK ROKj R Rmpontaln Roy r r4ptntsn
j mountain > and plateau regions rf < llrion T Ttemperature Ttempera5Ure Ttemperature
temperature is normal or r slightly sli bt1y ai ah 3 n nI a aeast r reast >
I east of the be Rocky mountains It ItkJecUy is iscidedly isddedly
cidedly below the normal in the wFstpiabdtu wrsit lIHSIi a ai
i plateau regioe regioej re reRiotDaring oc ocI
j I During I > ua1DI the next thirtysix hours rs 2h 2hI shtit shtitera h hers
era are in tsMHcsted csted ted for the lower laive laiverejdoa I IteIJIoD i e eregion
region tile Ohio valley va 11 v and an d locally loca U Y a atbe athe nthe
I the Middle Ml dle Atlantic State It tvifl will ill n ntghtly e eslightly
5 slightly tghtly tJy cooler over ih the h ar areas a of o rfall r riflT rI
fall iflT iflTSteamers
I tStMIIMrs Steamers departing dl parting today too a for Jv Jvropean E Eropeaa liropetn
ropean ports wili have ha e ll light cht varia va ri a cj cjwinds e ewiDdis ewinds
winds aDd fair weather weather so the Grad GradBanks GradBaakL GradBanks
Banks Bankss
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San sets today tonaySun tM tMSan y yStn
Sun rise to rs tomorrew t iTIDE tTIDE J JI
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I High Hl < < h mater todays 453 t i3 p ni niLow nw n nWW <
Low w rater today r113i ai37 p r rHigh rHigh
High w crater tt t tomorrow tomo A S52 s slAw 5s2Lew p pL
lAw L w water wat tr r tomnrreur tomorTelWUl tomctri 1214 p n nHARPERS 1 1HARPEHS nHARPEtS
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