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Tonight and Tomorrow P I INUMBER I INUMBER
NUMBER 5035 l ASHlliGrON V SATURDAY EVENING MAnOR 28 1908 PRICE ONE CENT
GIRL CRUSHED CRUSHEDBETWEEN CRUSHEDBETYYEEN
BETWEEN DOOR DOORAND DOORNDELEVATOR
AND NDELEVATOR NDELEVATORI ELEVATOR ELEVATORThirteen
I Thirteen ThirteenYearOld YearOld Child ChildAttempts ChildAttempts it
Attempts to Leave As Asi Ascending Ascending
i cending Car When WhenToo WhenToo
Too Late LateApparently LateApparently
Apparently Unhurt She Shef
f Lives Just 1 Long Enough Enoughfor
for Mother to toReach
Reach Her HerCaqlit HerCauglet
i
Caqlit between the Hoot or an etew etewtoraad elemtor
> tor toraad and tlMt top of the ahatt dourwIL7 dourwIL7throucJt dourwfythrough
through wl which eh she had attempted to to1cap toleap
leap when the unattended ear started starteclto
to ascend little H Helen Lawrence a af aThirteenYearold
f 1hlrteenyetUOl4 Baltimore girt rl wu wucrushed waacrushed
crushed to death yesterday afternoon attwnoonat
at the Waahioitoa W Sanitarium In North Northlakoma NorthTakoma
lakoma Park when abe wu a patient patientThe patlentThe
The elevator had b been eu brought to the thebaeemut thebaeetnent
baeemut by the operator who eft tt it itfor
I
for a moment with its controller inthe In Inthe
the stop position In the elevator elevatorwas eleVAtoXwas
was the t little girl and Mrs II Warren larTenVhttftbMd
W VhttftbMd of Wilmington Dee and andher
her elevenyearold eleven old son on Either tIe boy boyor I
0 or the girl in the sanitarium offlcl otflciais tIYmust say saymust
must have tampered with the starttn starting startingwheel < <
wheel for tM elevator suddenly began beganto I
to ascend ucendTri ascendTries
Tri Tries to Follow W WMrs Wens Wensatrs
Mrs Whitehead creamed and jump jumpthrouah
Pcd through the door dracKl dragging her son sonwith on onJ
J with h4ft Uttle Helen Lawrence left leftalone leftalone
alone hesltattod and then dived towanthe toward towardthe
the fut JULlTOWIn narrowing opening Mt between w64ft the theI
I car floor and the top of the aft d door doorway or orway
way She attempted to crawl thlOU through throughand < < h hund
und was U caught In a crushing grtp grtpThe p pThe
The chUd childa singe cream and th thcrtea the thecries
cries or Mr Mrs Whitehead V tehead and her son 110ftdrew sondrew
drew the sanitarium staff to the scene sceneThe I
The elevator had been stopped bT th the theI I
I j Jmmhl mmhig < < or the chile chllds body against It the thedoor
door oC the shaft When hen the elevator elevator9as elevatorwas I
was lowered the unconscious child was wastaken j
i taken to the operating < < room awl Dr Drt DrLauretta
t Lauretta Kres wife or Dr D H Hi HKresa
i Kres8 head physician or the aaattrtum sanitariumattended aaattrtumattended
attended her herThe herThe
The little girl Irl repined co eonaclousneas eonaclousneasand llClcM n nand
and aJthcna although < < b JU and faint from the theshock
shock seemed apparently u unhurt urt tile 11Mmade tilemade
made little complaint until evealftlr evealftlrw svenhagwbea
w wbea ben a decided chaJa change for tile wars WON8waa warswas
was notl noticed noticedMother
notlother
Mother other Reaches Dyb B g Child ChildThe ChildThe
The chtld childs mother airs In Graceroung Graceroungor Grace Touag Touagof
or 71 716 Cator avenue Baltimore had been beeneent beengent
gent for by the Injured pr grand Jlftdmother grandmother
mother Xn Serath Y Ford of 1a TaJoma 1a1oma
1oma Park with whom the child had haden hadbeen
been en staying while bell1 being treated at the thesanitarium th thsanitarium e
sanitarium for nervousness Mrs Toung Toungofirrlvedln Toun Tounarrived g
ofirrlvedln arrived in time to talk with her dau daugh h
ter who grew w weaker and weaker and an d i idied
died about 9 oclock last night
No blame 11 attached to the sanitar
Ium officials by the authorities of Mont 14Ofttgomel7 Montgomery
gomel7 count county 7 Md who were notiri notiriof notifted notiftedor
or the accident and made an InvesUga
tion The explanation of Mrs Nettle
Irwin the matron or the institution institutionwho
Who operated the elevator at the time 1a
regarded u the only tenable one oneLeft oneLeft
Left Crank at Sep Mark Markire MarkMrs
Mrs ire Irwin says that at about 1oclock 1 1Oclock g
Oclock In the afternoon during the rt
hour of the regular elevator attendantache attendant attendantIBhe
ache was running the elevator on a tri trito trip p
to the top story or the bulldl building buildingelevator The Theelevator
elevator stopped between tween JIoora and to t o
find out what wa was the matter ails a aTowed al
lowed the car to descend to the ba bament base basement
ment where she PUt the controlgcrank contrlltac contrlltacrnk tetg
crank < In the
atop 1MNdtlon and went t
to investigate InveatleateThe
The elevator Ia a hydraulic one and
jt Is claimed that It could not Mve ande e
started to ascend on its own < accord The
reason for It its havin having stopped bet between n
floors was found to lie In the a fact that t
the water had been shut o1 off for a few f ew
moments momentsWhen
momentathe When the elevator was entered alter r
the accident the
starting crank wu rr
round In a position exactly opposite t to
that in which It had been left by Mrs
Irwin sccordln according to her statement The Th
TCttion or the crank alter the accident
was that for ascend cend at full speed Mrs
YhltEhfadz son has been too excited
since nce the accoldfOnt to remember whet wh her
or not he tampe tampered with the Jn6Chanlatm herm m
of the elevator elevatorThe
The funeral services for the little XiII
will be held at Mrs Fords Ford rearidetlM restdeh ee
llionday Wonda The remains will be cremated crematedPOSSE rematedPOSSE
POSSE IS HELD AT BAY BAYBY BAYBY
BY ITALIAN ITALIANNILE FEUDISTS FEUDISTSNILES FEUDISTMich
NILES NILE rIlch March + 8liurround 8liurroundby Surrounded SurroundedJ eel
J by > y a pone the three Italians who shot shotand bot botand
and mortally wounded Anthony Com Comfort Centtort
fort and Selement Kontelanl In n South SouthBend Sout SoutBend h
Bend Ind last night have tautIl tautIlretuee tak takt
t refuge In a strip Of woods GOds near Poka Pokagon Pokagon
gon Several shot have hAven been exch exchThe exchanged
The shooting hoetln of Comfort and Mont Montant lonte lonte1anl
ant I is the result or f a feud which had h hits
Its Inception 1a JlrtU1o Af i rapo Italy Comfort ComforUarrived Comfortarrived I
arrived In South Bend tr from m Chlca Chicaa go o ofew
a few days ago agoTHE 0 0I 0THE
I
THE WEATHER REPORT REPORTThe
The barom barometric trlc depression that O oeeu oeeupeel < < eu euNed
Ned eastern Colorado FrIday morni mOlning n nilea
baa moved mo too rapidly to the low ewer ak islelegion aklon e
lon legion In It its eastward course It baa baadevelOHd h hdeveloped as
developed Into a general rainHorm rainHormWith rainstorwith m
With numerous thunder showersThe showers showersThe
The temperatures are un uneesaonabl uneesaonablhigh eaaonably y
high In the Ohio valley the lower lak lakregion ake akeregion e
region And Atlantic coast Stat States whi whiIn hUe hUein le
in the upper Missouri valley they are areabout ar arabout lee e
about twenty decr degrees bel bekpr the aver average average
age ageSteamera Steamers dpanl de parting today for forIl Bun Bunpeal
peal Pennwinds ports will Il have fresh fIOUJtarl fIOUJtarlwInds Eucey y
wInds and occasional rain to the theanka Onftd OnftdDk
3 anka Dk
TEXPQATURU TEXPQATURUra TEMPE tATURES tATURESI
m mnOOR
I ra 2 noon noonm 17 17m
p m lIB lIBSUN g
SUN TABLID TABLIDSun TAfLtflSun
Sun rises 5 511 511un 2 2dun
dun un sets IO IOTIDE 1 1TIDE o
TIDE TABLEHigh TABLE TABLEHigh
High water today 6 b0t 1 p pLow m mLow
Low water ateI today n 1148 48 pHigh p m mHIKh
High water ter tomorrow 632 6 am 1pm 1pmftw aap aapLw
Lw ftw water tomorrow1t1 T
Bomb Fired Under Bed BedOf fedOf
Of Miners Union Foe FoeWells FoeWells
Wells Is Hurled Far FarI FarSide ParSide I
Side of House Is Torn Out by Explosion ExplosionEnemies EX losionEne losionEnemies
Enemies of Colorado Adjutant General Pene Penetrate Penetrate
trate Guarded Park to IGetJJ Get Him
DE DENVER VER Col March ILAn An attempt attemptmado attemptwas
was made early today by unknown unknownaon pet petong
aon s ong to dynamite the residence of former formerAdjutant formerAdjutant
Adjutant General Bulkeley Wells general gen
eral 1 manager of the Sngar S Union UnioftMners UnionMiners
Miners a1 Telluride Tellurideell8 TelhirideWells
Wells ell8 wee 88 In charge ot the State Statet1 Statetroops
t1 troops OPS during the mining troubl troubles er ererai v vera
era erai years ears ago at Telluride and Incurred Incurredthe incurredthe
the enmity ot the Miners at that time timeBomb
Bomb Put Under BedWells Bed Bedells
Wells ells waa sleeping as was his habit habit6ft habitn
6ft o n a bad placed on a screened porch porchThe porchThe
The bomb 6m was placed wader ibis porch porchand JOtehaftd
and set oft ellsThe oft1M
The 1M side or UM h house war torn com compteteJy completely
pteteJy out hardly a stick of the Md bedremained
remained and fragments oC o wood were wereIIICtter8d werescattered
scattered over the neighborhood whileliells while whileeU
liells eU was IU thrown many fee Though Tboutrhbadly Thoughbadly
badly shaken u up and bruised h8 wu not Actseriously notrlowdy
seriously rlowdy hurt hurtSheriff hurtSheriff
Sheriff Routaa and a force er depu depu8te dsputfea
are Inve investigating UpU and have ve sent nt to Can Canon Canyon
yon on City for the Sta State bloocliOUft totry to totry
try to trail the parties respoahibla respoahiblaArrested re bl blArrested
Arrested Meyer aDd Friends lri4iBIt
It was Well ella who arr arrested tecl Charters F FMoyer FMoyer
Moyer William 1lUam D Haywood and andOeo
Oeo George e Pettibone on the eh charge e oC uv uvtnI Iuving
tnI kU killed fOrmer Governor Steunenbe ° g
ABOLISH HANmNG HANmNGIN HANQININ
IN THE DISTRICT DISTRICTSAYS DISTRICTSAYS
SAYS SCOTT BILL BILLThinks BILLThinks
Thinks Executions Do DoNot DoNot
Not Lessen CrinlePao CrinlePaolucci CrirnePaolucci
lucci Blot on Nation NationIIt1I
A bill to tolit ab IIuk oapitst oapitstIn wltlriyilent
lit the Dletrkt Dtem r1et or Columbia cow taM taMtroduced bits in introduced
troduced In the HOUN by se setive 1wIlnt 1wIlnttive prssrNtt
tive Scott ot Xaaaaa dIa chairman of ofCommlttM ofCommittee tin
Committee Oft AtrtcukUN Reprfive Repr Reprtin estate
tin Scott s V10leAUy op oprpesed OMd to the In InftlcUOft intctlon
ftlcUOft ot the death penalty as a matter matterof ec
of principle aIM and liectarec that thatshows blator blatorshow Y
show It dON not act U a deterrent t to tocrime °
crime
In n explaining ills vi views on the subject aubjectRepr
Repr Representative taUve Smith said aJdloIn saidIn
loIn In the first place I am against the theInfliction ° I IInftlctlon
Infliction of the death penalty as a mat matter 1 1te
te ter uf principle In the seconds 1IeCO place pfaoethink I Ithink
think history d > > tGry shows > > hoWl clearly that itnot It la lanot
not effective t > u a deterrmt from fromcrime i icrim
crime E England Iland was no more ore fr frfrou free ee I
from violations 1o lon oC the law when bel belalntutea hestatutes r
statutes Imposed a death penalty for forto
210 to different erhnH than she 1M now nowWMIl
when murder only is I thus h15 Mlllahed puetshedI
1 doubt very much whether any anywas ny man
10 was ever deterred from cOfUmitUnc cOfUmitUncmurder ewtunnitti ewtunnittimurder erg
murder by the knowledge that If con convsct
victcxl vsct J he would suffer death The Tl TlStates i e
StIt States 8 or the Union A 1tlch hic hich do not Im ImJXMIe
I
pose the death penalty and Kansas Kansasam I Iant
ant proud to say Ie one ne oC them are I Icertaiuly
certainly as a free fr from 101eI1 Imes m mas
as any or the other Stat StatI States StatesI
I oonC confess the im immediate lt r est ton Uonfor
for the introduction or thl this bI bIU 1 came cameto
to me the other day when hen I read ot the theexecution th thexecution e
execution In n the District jail oC a man manalreadY
alreadY in the last stages of a fatal rataldl
disease dl eae 80 emaciated and rMu reduced In Inweight f fweight n
weight that his neck was not broken brokenby
by the fall and his death resulted fr from fromslow om
slow strangulation IftrangulaUonSuch
Such a spectacle aa that It seems t tme to tome o
me 18 a blot upon our civilization and anda an ana d
a repetition of it here In the Capital Capitalof
of the n nu + lon ought to be made ma e foreveimpossible forever foreverImpossible r
Impossible ImpossibleCONSIDER
CONSIDER N81IIEII NAVY BILL BILLAFfECTING
AFfECTING LOCAL MEN MENThfl
The Senate Appropriation COMmittee COMmitteeat
at a m meeting iletlng MondaY probably will willtake wittake t
take up the bill for fOl an emergency ap approprtatton a aproprlatinn
proprtatton for armor and armament o of ofUHt t
UHt na navy which was at recomm recommennded by bySeertury b bSecrttary Y
Seertury JtIetcaJr In a a recent com communiQUon cornnnunicaton
muniQUon tco COt1 Congress < < leM The IIou IIouhas Houlle Houllehas se
has made provision far this Nnersericy Nnersericyappropriation Y
appropriation and the bill hu been beensenl
seal to the Senate It III expected the theSenate th thSenate e
Senate Committee on Appruprl Appruprltttion Appruprltttionwill Uons Uonswill s
will make a favorable report Monday Mondaylid blonde blondeand Y
and lid that the Senate will immediate Immedlatelrpa immediatepass Y
pass pa the bill billrbt billThe
The matter i is important I rtant to the D Di
tr1ct ot Columbia for the realMn thAt thAtunJ thatunless
unless unJ the appropriation 18 made It Itwill i t
will be n necessary r to lay off a largtt largttnumber e te
number of the Vuhlngtln n navy yard yard8fttpJoyea
8fttpJoyea 8fttpJoyeaKANSAS
KANSAS TOWN HALF B BURNED RNED t
WINDSTORM FANS BLAZEMPORLI BLAZE BLAZEJeMPORIA E
JeMPORIA Xan March 3dFi Firs Firsfned re
fanned by a raging tenses windstorm windstormiNs tvindstorthtg m
iNs morning swept and destroYed hatof hall hallof t
of te bu business inee district or Howard H01ardsouth Howardof d
south of this place The total Jon 11 11Is i ik 1
Is believed will reach 0000f1 0000f1e OIIO OIIOThe
Th The e fire atar started d In a butcher llbop llbopBRcl e
and DeCor It could be gotten Ultde alder con ceatrot controt
trot It destroyed the operA house two twoocerle t tgroceries wro
groceries ocerle a a dOgooda store the tMtoC poatofflee tMtoCftee
flee 8 millinery atre st oro and several auraler aural 811II1er 1
er buildings bulldinpDo
Do you want a busln3Ss Consult the thesmall th e
small brokerage ads under Business Op OpportunitIes
portunitIes In The Times There 8 8quantities err errquantities °
quantities of opportunities appearinevery appearInG appearInGeC S
eC every dsYr ayc
1 1the
of Idaho and who wa was in obu charge of ofthe
the train n which blch they were r rfrom rnahd rnahdfrom
from Colorado to Idaho Wells vet first ftntta firstas
as a captain of the Telluride Competes Comp RY ot otthe stthe
the Colorado Guard and later as adjutant ad adjutant
jutant general eral of the State hat a3tlve1yfoullbt a3tlve1y astirsiyfought
fought the Western FederatiMtn ot otXl4 ofMiners
Miners MinersWith Xl4
Xl4With
With Sheriff rltt Cal Routn of San MiS MiSuel 11
181 county he uncovered the evldce evldceont evfdeaoeni
ont o ni which Steve Adams I is to be trted trtedtor ttidfor
for the killing of Arthur Colllnll Wells Wellspredecessor e1W e1Wpredeeeuor
predeeeuor u superintendent 0 of the theSmuKler theSmuggler
Smuggler Union mina mln He wee II also 1M the thethe tlMI
I rime the mover in the or t loft ol ofUsens
etUaen Usens Alliance of San n Uf rt coaaty couatywhich
which blch was responsible reepon lble for deportaUons depona deponaUona
Uona trcm frc m the Telluride dlstrlot dlstrlotAt ditriotAt
At Odds With Ben BenWell
Well 18 a graduate Of Harvard HananiAbout HarvardAbout
About a year ago 0 It was w reported that thathe thathe
he and General Sherman nn were to toAsht toright
right It duel as the reult result or char durges af a aotting
feeUnJ t the I4tter tiers conduct while headof head headOf
Of the State pard pardEver rd rdEver
Ever since the trouble In tM dlatridt
Wells has maintained an armed JrI1I JrI1Iabout guard guardabout
about hill home H He baa also had e1COC e1COCtMe esectrio
trio U lights ht strung so that anyone ap ap
proachl proaching from any quarter can be Men
Jon = before they reach the bou house De Despite Dopite
spite s thk fact crime one today tocl toclto managed managedto
to eXflooe explode the bomb the exact cbrac
tel 0 which Ia s not yet knownCHANGES known knownCHANGES
CHANGES 600OOO 600OOOTO
TO ITALIAN MONEY MONEYARREST
ARREST ARRESTFOLLOWS ARRESTFOLLOWSEther FOLLUWS FOLLUWSEitLler
Ether Clever C Counter Counterfeiter ot er erfeiter
feiter feiterfeiter or Bank Robber RobberPolice RoberPolice
Police Say SayXEW
XEW jO9tX JC Mash lg = du the theof tatsest t tof
of ValutlM Pc i V t WIIIt7tovr WIIIt7tovrY
Y years old an Italian held 01 on a e eba ebaof
of passing counterfeit mosey mone the theteetlvell
teetlvell are 1 puulmc their heads totide to todde
tide whether they bans ha the principal
or tool In a clever forgery or that e9t e9tdenees
denees Of a bank robber robbery have havebrought been beenbrou 1 > ea
brought brou < < bt to light lightPomponio lightPomponio
Pomponio for some da7a past pastbeen hall hallHen
Hen vWtt visiting banks In the Italian quar quart qwter r
ter t getting United States tat bills billaInto changed changedinto
Into Ital Italan money He purchased purchasedticket purelwqectICket a
tICket on the steamer Koenl Koenig Aibirtwhich AIHrt AIHrtwhich
which sails today at one of the bank at atand ab
and announced his intention of return retumIn returning
In ing to Italy So far as the police have havelearned e
learned he exchanged about aboutOne 00001Q
One oC the banks visited 1 l Pomponio Pomponiow Pom I Iwas
w was that of Michael Del Pa Paa In Grand Grandlreet Grandstreet
street whose d daughter bter AJIel1a AmelIa ma made e the thecomplaJnt th thcomplaint e
complaint on which he was 1 arrested to today today
day The word was a p passed ed around t to toother a I
other bankers and when Pomponio tried triedtl trt
tl to have another bill changed today b bwas he hea
was a detained until otticers ot cera could couldcalled be becalled
called At headquarters about 1100 1 In n
bank note and 2 Q1 In Italian mOne mOneere more
tore ere found on him himAll
All Pomponio bank notes not were ere o of the t
Susquehanna City National Many oC oCthem o t
them had not been signed by officers o of f
tIM bank as s the la law requires and all al1r allwere
were r new bUlL This has ha raised tb tbpoint the
point whether I the he bank wa waa not robbed robbedoC rob robof
oC new bill bills s cured from Washington ashln < < ton
but not yet e put in circulation
Th There rt are certain lulls flaws In the th e
bills however notably In the number
Ing whici hlc seem to Indicate that the th e
bUlK are counterfeits AU the money mono monoexperts Y eY
expert In the department agree how howvert et
lever vert that If the bUIa are counterfeit counterfeitthey counterfelthey t
they are te t e beet Imitation ever brought broughtto
to their notice noticeYhen
When Yhen Superintendent DIherty DI hefty cf th thPinkerton the thePinkerton
Pinkerton agency was intorned 1nor ned of th tharrest tha thaarreat e
arrest he cleared up the mystery 1K1ft8wt some
wt wtst t by showing that on the night or orFebtary o oFebsvary f
Febtary 4 1 two packages or bank not notwere notwere as
were stolen tarn tbe t e Su Susquehanna quehanna 0 0ftee of offlee
flee If the eaFflrgo e Express Com Compaay Cornpony
pony No trace has ever been found of ofthe o t tthe
the billsPomponio bills billsPomponio
Pomponio under examination flnall flnalldeclared finaUy finaUydeclared Y
declared he bad round the money H Hprotested He Heprotested a
protested against having any wron wrong intentions In Intention
tention In passing It He said he hedisposed had haddlspo
dlspo disposed ed of some IK H ot th the bills in Roth Rothester Rochester
ester and Cenave Gen ve N Y before ore corn eomIn corning
In ing to this city eltyPENROSE
PENROSE MUCH IMPROVED IMROVEDNEARLY
NEARLY OUT OF DANGER DANGERPHILADELPHIA DANGEPHILADELPHIA
PHILADELPHIA starch 8ShouJd 8ShouJdthe I
the plM present nt improvement Jn the condi condition
tier of Senator Penrose orratinue CCI Unue all ot ottad o f
tad today and sh should uld he continue to reapo respond respondto
to treatment I think by tomorrow w we wecan e
can pronounce tho patient peat the dan elangar dang
g gar < < point pointThus
Thus spoke one of the physicians who whoIt wh o
It attending the Senator as helett he left the thehouse th thhouse e
house this s m Jrnlng < JrnlngJ
4
TODAYS TODA YS CALLERS CALLERSAT CALLERS CALLERSAT
J
AT WIiITE HOUSE IiOUSESenators
Senators Borah of IdahoOverman Idaho IdahoOverman
Overman of North Carolina CarolinaVarner
Varner of MII Missouri OurJ OurJRepneentatlve
Representatives Madden of Illfcls IllfclsMiller
Miller of Kansas Kana3Hall
Hall Q of South DiLkot DiLkotBennet
Bennet of New York YorkWashburn TorkWashburn
Washburn f M Mc Massa Massachusotts
c chusotts usotts usottsHOell
Howell of Utah UtahCoCks UtahCocks
CoCks of New York YorkHumphrey
Humphrey ot Washing Washington
ton tonWec
Weiss Wec s of Massachu Massachusetts aiaasach80tty u
setts settsE 80ttyE
E He H WlsoD United states marshal ot otMIs
MIs
r
DR HILL VICTIM VICTIMOF I IUf
Uf SOCIAL SPIT SPITOffiCIALS SPITEOFFICIALSTHINK
OffiCIALS OFFICIALSTHINK OFFICIALSTHINKWhite THINK THINKWhite
White House DeniesThat Denies DeniesThat
That Kaiser Cabled CabledContents CabledContents
Contents of Letteror LetterorExplained Letter or orExplained
Explained Attitude AttitudeTover AttitudeTower
Tower Popular Among AmongAI AmongWealthy
Wealthy AI ealthy Set Which WhichCrowds WhichCrowds
Crowds Society Y YGerman in inGetman n
German Capital CapitalXe
Xe ottisment U t of the pUHle about tile tlMOennan tileerman
Oennan G erman attitude toward Dr Dad Di4Jy DadJaya
Jy Jaya HW 18 believed poeetb for sveratl MY MYera
eratl era dada dqLThe dadaThe
The White W B Hetuw ut tills rtJOnd rrrorniag speota apeoI apeoIcady
a cady Y c1MAM a BerKn story to the be effect eftMtthat effectthat
that Empeiror WIlliam wrote the Frail Prel4eot Frailent
4eot d ent a pKpni letter upltnlal his histe hisa
a bisatbaes te Dr Mill aM Jater alter alterpubUcttr slurpublkit
publkit pubUcttr Mil been gloat die a affair < < lr ca cabl6l4 caled
bl6l4 b led tM Praldent PnIIII ent the contests or the theletter theletter
letter letterThe i iThe
The White House a statement ent said aaldNothtntr saidNothing
Nothing Is known mOwn bore of the Em Emperor Emperor
peror ba ltaviag wnl written i1 the President a alett aletter
lett letter r and ad rheas t Itre boa been reeetvecl nocabled no nocablect
cabled text of It t It s not believed that tbataucb thatsuch
such a letter bu been written by theEmperor the theEmperor
Emperor tor the reason that It he had baddope
410 dope 80 AAbpdy 7 would woa1 know It except excpthJIMeIL excepthltasLL
hJIMeIL 1IJO aatnt would have been beenven beengives
gives ven out about such a letter In ad advan advataa
van vataa of ire receipt by the Pre8lentSocial Pre8lent PrsstdentIlSame
IlSame Social Cabal CaNIThe CabalThe
The belief I in the bat circles drdeSa here heres
Sa I s that although probably the event will willprove wi wiprove
prove that then 11 DO objection on the thepart thepart
part of Germany to reeet r ceIving Dr Hill HIIltbe Hillthe
the UMfu usefultee i of the latter Ia likely to tobe tobe
be so 0 much IIIIJred that It will be become become
come Inposgbis lrapoua to tIeD send him there The Thepeople Thepeople
people who will decide this Govern Governa Governlaenta
laenta a coarse Ja tfi matter are convinced con convlace4
vlace4 that some natal cIal cabal I is rupon ruponable r esponssbe
able for tIN trouble troubleDen troubleThere
Den lie lltrd ed possiblUty bU1ty of this thisaetaade thlaa
a aetaade a tiaopt aabarrasang 1IUaIDC Phase phueIt
It I OUgI I 1 11g1t JlerltD Ia s a city cityOf
Of DOUVeawt nouveateJt ctt people climbing cUmblnldally climbingsoeWly
soeWly dally and 1Iri1Itn willing < < to Arty the tbeT plies pliesThs
T Ths e Tower ower family wu alter their own fwnIert owntuart
tuart Iert PhUadel Philadelphia hl people familiar familiarwith familiarwhit
with the Tower affairs have declared declaredthat ecluedthat
that the bauador has spent between
11100000 000 sac 11 1000000 In single nan since alncebe
be has bees bee1ln in Germany GermanyTewec GermanyTower
Tower Social Favorite FayoriteTower
Tower s very strong with Berlin so 0 0clety
clety sad Berlin society Ia a marvelous marveloU8hodppodce marvelousbodaepodga
hodppodce of o ancient aristocracy and andDewrich
Dewrich democracy struggling Itn < < up the thesocial thesocial
social ladder Tower continuance In Inthe
the e embassy nba8Y seems to have been de desired desiredby nd ndby
by theM element and that some e oC oCthem ofthem
them should have sot the IIDPI IIDPIHat impression
Hat the Emperor w was Inclined to their theirTiew theirview
view 18 not NIIIrkabIe NIIIrkabIeAmbauadc
Ambassador Tower It can bft mid Oft onthe Oftthe
the best authority ataa stands c now to r rcelYe re
celYe a moat humlltat humiliating dismissal from tromthe fromthe
the service accompanied In all peel probability peelability
ability by the maktn raking public of a YiA YiAorous vigemus
emus letter from the P President t setting Htt1ftStorth
forth why his recall was JNlCe necessary e17 Ithe It Ithe
he can elear his It skirts Irt or aU hltpro hltproprletT
prletT he will escape bat belief gating 5tWulJICMHMI
sound that Ibotlt be aDd Mrs TnIJ TnIJha Tether Tetherhave
have ha fr been guilty or serious diploma diplomatic diplomaticlndicretiona tic ticlDd1acretJona
lDd1acretJona lDd1acretJonaSIX
SIX BREAK JAIL JAILIN
IN WEST VIRGINIA VIRGINIAPOSSE I s
POSSE IN PURSUIT PURSUITFAI1UlONT
FAI1UlONT lV Va March one oneO
O f the blge biggest t jail deliveries In the ila ilatory
tory Of lb thin State took place tit tills morn JIorn11lI morning
11lI when six Ix prisoners Obtained tr trllbertT theirliberty
liberty by forcing the bArs and doors cIoorIilJve doorsFive
Five oC t them m made a clean getaway getybut getawaybut
but the sixth after enjoying a hearty lteartybr heartybreakfast
breakfast br aktt decided Jt t would be safer fer and andbetter andbetter
better to return to jail jaUBloodhounds jailBloodhounds
Bloodhounds and a posse or about aboutcitizen 100 100citizens
citizen and otnc1a1A Mt out Oft the th call rallof callof
of the fugitives about 10 1 oclock this thlator
forenoon tor ftOOft ThoM Who escaped are areJet areJeff
Jet Taylor Hnl sentenced nced to a ftveYer ftveYerterm fiveyearterm
term for felonious shooting Pete Tonko Tonko1ch
rich recently tried on a cbar charge e of murder mur murder
der which re resulted ulted In a hung jury and andwoo
woo was a awaiting a new trial Song Songand
and Dance Murphy who had been lieentaken beentaken
taken to the jail only only last night at Uaclook 11 11oeloek
oeloek charged wid WIt it the theft oC A Ateam ateam
team ot hOrfl horses a Mike Raehet and MikeGerman Mike MikeGermn
German incarcerated for minor of ofn of111e offences
fences fencesThe n
The delivery was effected at 210 this thismorning 1hismorning
morning and those tho e who escaped hadthe had hadthe
the auli assistance ance of one or more persons personson pers ns nson
on the outside The delivery WIIA not notdtacovered notdiscovered
discovered until 8 oclock when a awarn awarng warn warnlit
lit g w was sent to nearby towns rind po pose
nee se stations atatlonsCOMMISSION stationsCOMMISSION
COMMISSION PROSECUTES PROSECUTESPENNSYLVANIA PROSECUTESPENNSYLVANIA
PENNSYLVANIA RAILROADS RAILROADSHARRISBURG RAILROADSHARRISBURG
HARRISBURG Pa March iNo sNoflees iNotices
flees of prosecution have been filed b bUK by bytilt
UK Interstate Commerce Commission Comml88l0napJut Commissionagainst
against fix 4 of the railway companies companiesoperating compenlo
operating o r tlnt1n in th this State charging nc them themwith
with a1etect violations of the safety atetyappUance safetyappliance I
appliance la laThe law
The list includes the Pennsylv1nla Pennsylv1nlaIhilaAielphia PennaylviniaIhiladelphia
IhilaAielphia and Reading Buffalo and andSusqut
Susquehanna Susqut > hanna a ft1d d th the New York Cen Central C n ntral
tral The cases are r returnable In th the e
United StatES court here May 4 4Ai
Ai
T urannu of Manchester ManchesterTo
To Tenants in Ireland IrelandEnrages Irelandenrages
Enrages American Wife
DUKE OF MANCHESTER MANCHESTERROLL MANCHESTERROLLOFTHEDEAD
ROLL ROLLOFTHEDEAD ROLLOFTHEDEADIN OF THE DEAD DEADIN
IN MEXIGA MEXICAN QUAKE QUAKEi UAKE UAKEJ
i J
IS PLACED AT 500 500StrickenT 500L 500Stricken
L
StrickenT Stricken erritory erritoryTo err itor Y YTowns
=
To Towns destroyed troy troyChU 1e 1eChUpandngo
ChU ChUpandngo 111 atOba frees freesMeuieo lreIRxe
Meuieo xe < < teG CIty 8110 8110Concepdon I IConeepcIoa
ConeepcIoa wi miles froM Max Xexeo MaxIto
Ito eo City 16 16TetUU 1000 1000Tetilkta > >
Tetilkta TetUU 111 1ft1 milea from x xlee Men Menfee
lee City 1001 1001Coatepec 11 11CoateJ
CoateJ Coatepec lffl JIIII mIies from Mexico XextooCity MexicoCity
City 4 4CITY 4011 4011CITY
CITY or MEXICO March 2B 2B1n JIDethIJ JIDethIJIn Deaths
In the earthquake Thursday night In the there therepublic
re republic > publlc are expected peeted to reach 19 Two T1ocities Tw Twocities
cities and three vlllalM were complete completely
ly de destroyed troyed and many vm villages damn cJamed damnaged
aged ed The cities are Chllpanclqo ChilpeecingoChilap and ancIChUapa
ChUapa The combined population populationthe of ofthe
the dalroed municipalities I is 22000 Govetnment Gov Govenment
enment troops and provisions ue areleg DeI DeIIn
In leg < < rushed to the stricken district to today today
day dayThe
The greater ter pert of ChI Cbllaps burned burMand burnedand
and the panlestrlcken people ma madr madreffort il DO DOeaolt
effort to extinguish the name or orfor care carefor s
for the dead who tho are thOU thought < < ht to awn DUntber awnbet
bet JOe At ChUpaDCIR80 reports say sayfew y a a
few 1 Were killed The other dead are rported r rported e
ported from tl the e villages Many oC t tdead the thedead
dead were ere cremated and tIM exact exactnumMr exec execnumber t
number will never be kno known knownMany n nMany
Many houses were destroyed d tror but r onl onlone nly nlyODe y
ODe death was reported from this cityIn city cityIn
In ChUpandD < < O not a bulldln building Is lef lefstanding lett lettstRdiRIr
standing The shocka > > hock continued alt altlriday dT dTFrida dayeep
lriday Frida and the people bad no M Mlast Ieep Ieeplast eep eepere
last night Becau Because e ot the interrupts IntMTUpUonor interruptsof on oneel
or the telegraph litt little Information It hreached Itrcachlttt ere
rcachlttt here from many town beUeved beUevedto beeiev beeievto eel eeln
to have been affected aflectedThe
The greater ater portion ot the damage ge gef re reportd
ported I Is in that di district trlct lying g to oecuth getb tb tA8 tA8uth a
ecuth uth of th the City of Me Mexico f from ro roto
to 11o ll mil rtliiFa ThE towns and wh clUea iavesuf to tothe t 0
the north do nor appear tofered to have BUr BUriered
iered 80 heavllY heavily Starting from lifter MlarIer p pnear
near the Rio 1rarde river on tM north norththe norththe
the earthquake followed the ninety ninetyninth nln < eLy eLyninth
ninth merecUan southward for 1 100 O miles milesReports mUesReport
Report say y the towns or San Joseph JOHphSan JosephSan
I IOxaUcaI
San Lorenzo de Morons Querano Im e
OxaUcaI In the State of If Gurrero Gurre Gurresuffered hY8 hY8suffered
suffered fl8rlous damage and a some soma of ofthem o othem i
them mar be ruined ruinedIn
In the town or San Joe an adobe adobechurch ado adochurch
church was de destroyed ttoyed while services MrV1cet1were serviceswere
were In pro progress e or the Arty who were wereIn werin
In the cfi church ureh many or them were killed killedor kill killor eel
or injured injuredTelecraph injuredTelegraph
Telegraph communications have havesevered bMn bMneverad beet
severed from thestrlcken the stricken alatrlets but butmeslwmgers bit bitmetseigers
meslwmgers have been sent to the seen acenelhe seenThe s
The government has decided to do every everything eVe17ing
thing ing possible to relieve ufl8llac suffeNngsevere 81x 81xevere til t
severe shocks were felt during durin Friday Fridayeach Fridayeach
each adding t terror rro to the populace populaceOne populaceOne
One American Mrs Emma DorvlUe DorvlUedropped Dorvilldropped
dropped dead froI1l fright in the panswhich pans paH1Gwhich a
which followed in the theater at Ve VeCruz Vera VeraCruz re
Cruz When th the quake was felt the au audtence
dtence rushed out of the buU buUdtng lng and andmanr an anmany d
many were injured
DUCHESS OF MANCHESTER MANCHESTERrmerly MANCHESTERFormerly
Formerly rmerly Miss Helen elell Zimmerman of ofCIKinBadr ofClaciaaail
CIKinBadr Who Pleads the Cause Causeof
of Ute Irish Peasantry Acint AcintHer AgainatHer
Her Husband HUIbandDaughter
Daughter of Cincinnati CincinnatiJVilIionaire CincinnatiMillionaire
Millionaire Said to Have HaveClashed HaveClashed
Clashed With WithHusband WithHusband
Husband HusbandPeasantry HusbandPeasantry
Peasantry of Connemara ConnemaraThreaten ConnemaraThreaten
Threaten to H Drive DriveCattle DriveCattle
Cattle If Oppres Oppression Oppression
sion Continues ContinuesLONDON
LONDON March 1Troubh between betweenthe betweethe n
the Duke and Dtlehe D > uehess s of laAOhNter Is Isrort4d 1 1reported s
reported too boa brewing ew1ng over the f fmars fer ferrs er
mars rs treatment or hit tenants 011 his hisJylemore h hKylemore s
Jylemore Castle a estate tate In Cennemara CennemaraIreland
11 Ireland IrelandWilliam
William O OMalley aty parliamentary rep reptat1ye r rrsssatatlye
rsssatatlye tat1ye from the dlatrlct who bo will witgo 1
10 there Monday to attempt to paclfy paclfytM padf padfe Y
tM e peasantry I is authority for th thstatenttnt the theBtat8lltfnt Ye e
Btat8lltfnt that the ducal couple III iscomin be becomt
comt = seriously e estranged tralS and that thatgrave thegrave t
grave outrages utrase are thrt threatened ed by th thpeople the thepie e
people peopleTherr pie pieTbwt
Tbwt are mAY tenants Oft the M Mtate eatats
tate Ba says OMsJley O y and the duke duke1ib duke1ibun 3 I Iuntil
un until l recently reaM tly been most popular al among amongthem amon amonthem g
them He has suddenly eh changed however how however
ever from a homeruler home ruler to It tvranmcal tvranmcallandlord tvrannlcalandlord i
landlordLfter landlord landlordtttr
Lfter tttr winning his peoples attectlon attectlonby affectloby s
by asUn assisting them In every way wa he Is Isnow i inow s
now now astonishing aDd enraging them by byacIoptln b Y
adopting an irreoonclible attitude toward to towaM
ward their request for an additional al allotMent allotment
lotMent of land landThe landThe
The e estate tatelncludes includes 1000 acres or oricl1 o owhich f
fg
which 1009 acres 18 teased eSed for tarmlng tarmlngaDd farmin g
aDd IG 1000 for cattle grazinG The tenants tenantsII s
II say their own livelihoods are more imporUtat Im Importnt
portnt than th thq welfare of t the e cattle cattleTheir tue tueThelr
Their demand for conl consideration deratlon w wtrot was was1IIet
trot by the reply that It they are din discontented dincontented
contented the duke will evict them allThe all allTM
TM tlllULBts threaten to retaliate by byc b bcattle
cattle c tle driving drlvl and serious trouble Is IsImm s
Imm lmmine t tTbe
The duchess skies with the tenants tenantsbut
but I s untble to chang her husbands husbandsatUt htrebandattitude
atUt attitude de delae
The Duchess Duche or Manchester was for formerly formerly
merly Miss Helen ZImmerman or Cin Cincinnati Cmncln
cinnati cln atl s daughter ot Eugene > Zim Zimmerman
merman the ratiwny ral WIly magnate magnateMORROW
MORROW MOII VOULD PAY
1500000 TO ROAD ROADEngineer
Engineer Commissioner Morrow has hasrecommended hatrecommended s
recommended that tht thq Philadelphia Philadelphiaaltlmore PhtladeiphiBaltimore a
Baltimore and Washington Retiree RaJlroadCompany I ICompany
Company b be informed that the Com Comm1setoners Cornmtseloners
m1setoners agree tJ the legality or th the thetymer e
tymer + of the certificate of iiti00 1110O000 1110O000provlded
provided for in the act for the astb astbUshment estabUshment
Ushment of the new Union Station The Thesigning Th Thsigning e
signing of the certificate by the Com Commissioners Coinmisetoners
missioners htges upon the phrase phrasere e
re ready dy for occupancy occupancyAs occupancyAs
As As soon on as It can be demonstrated demonstratedthat el
that the b building lldlng is ready for occupancy occupancythe oocupan oY
the Commissioners it Is uDdenltood uDdenltoodwill understoowill d
will approve 0 the payment or the theamount th de e
amount amountors
ors I25 to o Baltimore and Return ReturnE
E Every ry Saturday and Sunday via Penn Pennsyhanla Pen n
syhanla Railroad Tickets good return returnI returnirr
irr I until Sunday nIght All regular regularalns
trains except the Congressional Llm LlmlteaAdvt L Llted irnr
lteaAdvt lted Advt
HEfLIN DEFENDS DHfNDSHIS DEFENDSHIS
HIS ACTION IN INAffRAY INAFFRAY
AffRAY ON CAR CARlabama CARAAla
AAla labama am a Representative RepresentativeSays
Says Any Gentleman GentlemanWould GentlemanWould
Would Have Remon Remonstrated Remonstrated
strated With Negro NegroWounded r rWounded
Wounded Colored Man Manin Manin
in in Serious Condition ConditionBut Conditionut
But ut Has Chance C arcs for forR forRec
Rec R every coverytter everyAfter
After tter opening 0I ftC a batch ot telegrams 0 0aympathy of ofsympathy
sympathy and offers o < < en of aid tel Represen Representative R n ntative
tative J Thomas Media or Alabama A1abem8ywhe Alabamawho
who Jut night abet bot nd wounded Louis LouisLundy LouisLundy
Lundy a negro who persisted In drll1t
lag whisky aM
cursing before women 11 iia
a POIIll Penneptvania ptvaal avenue ca car said thIs thIsBtMJIlnc thismorning
morning morningI
1 am glad to say that I haTc not notrot notset
rot reached the point where I Iwould Iwould
would see a ne ro o or a white man maneIther maneither
eIther take a drink of whIsky infront In
front of ladles without remODstra remonstrating
tIng wIth him I only dId what whatany
any other onUomn 1f would 1dd do doThis
This Is the only statement Mr Hetti Heflin
himself would make with reference t tthe o othe
the dtt1lculty In n which the ne negro o wag wagvhot wasshot
shot as was also Thomas KeCreary a ahofw arace
race bone trainer who was standing standingon tand1n tand1non
on the street In front ot the 9t JamesHotel James JamesHotel
Hotel and received a wound In the kg
w hen tile ballot Mruek u the sidewalk and andneed ansiglanced
glanced need
Case POItp Postponed PostponedFollowing ed edPoIlowtaK
Following the arrest Of Mr fr Heflin Heflinafter Heflinafter
after the 8Pastlonal encounter with the then thenegrs
n negrs < < N last night aDd bla subsequent r rleaN re release
leaN on bail when It t was ascertained aacertalnelthat ascertainedthat
that the negro 0 would recover Mr He He11n Her Herie
11n l ie and a number Of ilia h l colleagues 3 3Vred ay aypeatred
Vred at t Police Court this tit morning EzI EzIarranged 11 11ar
ar arranged with Assistant Datrlct Attor AttorMy
My 7 Ralph Gnr Given for an mdeftntt post postt postponement
ponement t ol the eM pending the re re08Y reoevsry
08Y oevsry of o the Asgse JIIiII t and Air 1 XcC McCreery eery eeryand
and also pending the seeming D < < or ofset Il IlieI
set by Mr Media BeataAt MediaAt
At tM Emergency Hospital this after afternoon atter1IOOft
noon It Ja a alated that the ne negro o will re reooer reover
over c Yr 1 McCrearyS wounds are not notMlkHM 1oLsenors
MlkHM beI being merely a flesh wound woundthe 111 111the
the calf or the 1 leg but It Was said br brrL
Mrs rL McCreary that her husband 18 sui suffering suifertn
fertn fering considerable pUn todqBullet today todayBallet
Bullet Not Located LocatedDr
Dr Waring or the Emergency y Hos Hspi Hspital > i ital
tal sttt said this afternoon that the thebullet thebullet
bullet which Sa iluppo supposed d to have entered en entered
tered behind the nesros left ear has hasnot haynot
not been located but that the wound woundwOulcl woundwould
would not prove fatal
There wa was at first noses 8 IIM doubt as to towbther
whether the wound had been A Innlctl
by a bullet or the butt of a pistil > 3s IS ISMr
Mr Heftln struck ruck Ue negro over tll tllh t e ehead
head h In ejetlna I him from the car and andal andalw
alw al fired At him alter the negr n c r rcac rcaceel ac1 ac1ad
ad the ground tound and atteenped to renew renewthe
the attack Dr Varil1C aid this att alter alternoon r rnoon
noon that the wound wu urdouuted urdouutedmad ti
mad bY s bullet and ad that it vou vouprokbly T Tprobably
probably be probed for during the after afternoon
noon
Heitin DecliB Declines S te Talk TaJkRepretrfDtattve TalkRepret
RepretrfDtattve Repret ntattve Hefttn on advice of hiscolleagues his hisconruec
colleagues refused to make any further furthersttement furtherstatement
statement boa the matter this morn mornIng
leg but authortaed Representative Clay C1arton
ton of Alabama to speak fn rim 11 aIClayton 11CIaton =
CIaton Clayton said saidAbout lei leiAbout
About i oeloe JaM night Represent Representative
silos H Heg1n fln accompanied by Represent Representative
ative JaMrbe of South Carolina was on ontrailer
s trailer car of the Pennsylvania ave avenue eveflue
flue line Just b before Core they rt reached > ached
SIxth street Lundy and his company
became boisterous boS terous and Lundy produced produceda
8 flask for the purpose of taking 8 8dl1k
dl1k di + rk Xr HefUn began to remonstrate remonstratewi remont = trate tratevm
vm l them reminding < < them that a lady lad ladwu
wu present and that they must nottail not nottake
take a drink there The matt matter r see 1 el elU 1 1tc
tc subside here for a time Wben t tr te tecar
car r reached Sixth street Mr II Ellerbe loft loftthe ldtthe
the car for the Metropolitan Hotel Thecar The Thecar
car then crO crossed lHd Sixth street and wh when whenMr n nr
Mr r XUerbit i looked back he saw Mr MrIn Ir IrHeftln
Heftln I3efl I3eflIt In and the two negroes neB a In a scuffle scufflIt
It h been ascertained that before beforeYr
Yr HeBln drew his pistol that Lundy LundyhIld Lundyhad
had a razor and attempted to draw itIt it itIt
It was then that Mr Hedin struck him himacross himacross
across the h hy d with the pistol causing causingtbe causingthe
the wound > When the two t o negroes got gotof gotoff
of off the car In front of the 51 Tame Jamesthe Tamethe
the streak on Mr Heftln was 1LII renewedand renewed renewedand
and he then fired down at the ground groundtwice groundtwice
twice One or the bullet bullets struck the thesidewalk thesidewalk
sidewalk And glanced bitting lt Mr Mc Mcreary afcCreary
Creary reary aM entering the calf of his hg hgThe legThe
The bullet wu wen spent and was eas easIly easily
Ily extracted These were the only twoshots two twoshots
shots fired and I un understand entud that neith neither
er one struck the negro n8roBlow negroBlow
Blow Caused Wouni WouniCongree WoungCongreceman
Congree Congreceman man Clayton I is of the opinIon opinIonthat opinlonthat
that the wound on the negro THl be befound befound
found to hay have been caused by the buttof butt buttot
ot Mr r HeftlniI pistol rather than a abullet a abullet
bullet bulletWhen
When taken to the hospital last lastnight lastnight
night continued Mr Clayton the at attending
tending surgeon WU of the opinion that thatthe thatthe
the negro WU under the influence of ofgin
gin cocaine 01 some other d drug It wall waswith wallwith
with difficulty that he was W put under underthe underthe
the In influence uehee of an n anesthetic I under undftstand understand
stand that the negro is oC an it unsavory un8oryreputation
reputation and ha ilea been arrested Be Beeral my myoral
oral times before on various charges chargesHe chargesHe
He Is an old offender I am told toldConsult toldConsult
Consult District Attorney AttemeyCongrSSmB
Congressman Clayton lead th thei dele delegation
gation which appe appeared red at FI Police > Uce Court Courtthis Courtthis
this mornIng and contented with ith Auilit Auilitant
ant District Attorney Given Two In Infonntlons fnformatlons
fonntlons were sworn out today one onecharging onecharging
charging Mr Hemn with aaaault with wltba
a dangerous weapon upon Louis Lundy LUIldyand
and aa 8 similar one 1n the McCreary ca8 ca8Others case caseOthers
Others who appeared this morning morningwith
with Mr Hefitn when hen he arrangt arranged > d far tvrn fara
n continuance of his cue were Senators

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