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NUMBER 6730 Yesterdays Circulation 48056 TFASHTN WASHINGTON V ASHJNGTON CrTON WEDNESDAY EVENING JUNE 8 1910 Sixteen Pages Pa es PRICE ONE O TF CENT
PRESIDENT INSISTS INSISTSCAPITAL INSISTSCAPITAL
CAPITAL CONTROL CONTROL1ST CONTROLMUST CONTROLMUST
MUST GO IN BILL BILLTells BILLTelIs BILLTells
Tells Callers Matter Is ImPortanf Im Important ImportanfAs ¬
portant portanfAs As Well ell As Party PartyPledge PartyPledge
Pledge PledgeSHIPPERS PledgeSHIPPERS Pledget PledgeSHIPPERS
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SHIPPERS TO HAVE HAVEMEETING HAVEMEETING HAVEMEETING
MEETING WITH TAFT TAFTAssurances TAFTAssurances TAFTAssurances
Assurances Given That Conferees ConfereesWill ConfereesVl1 ConfereesWill
Will Soon Agree on Rail Railroad Railroad j jroad
road Measure MeasureLatest MeasureLatest i iLatest
Latest Developments DevelopmentsIn
In Railroad Situation SituationPresident
President Pre ldcnt Taft confers confersivith with Scn Scnntonl
ntorn Blklns and Aldrich about the thernlJrculd theretlrond
railroad bill In the conference com comnilttcc commlttce I1I I1Inllttce
nilttcc In I assured Rood lilll ivlll viII viIIbe Tillbe
be forthcoming nun that there therewill therewill therevIl1
will be little dclny deln delnPrelldent delnyPresident
President will lu insist l t thnt there theret
t be legislation for control of rail railroad rnllronel railrond ¬
road capitalization capitalizationProbable cnlltnllzntlonprobnble
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t Probable that time for xnspenslon KmlPen xnspenslonof l n nof
of rate Incrcanes rill Ill be reduced reducedfrom redncedfrom reducedfrom
from ten month to nix or seven sevenWestern seenVe
Western Ve tern shippers have nd awked awkedAVhite nllkedhlte ed edWhite
White hlte louse for conference with TvtthPresident withPreJIIldcnt
President next week weekPromise weekPromise weekPromise
Promise of otrnllrondll railroad to withdraw withdrawrate withdrawrate Tlthdrnwrnte
rate Increases seems to nSKnrepence assurepeace assure assurepeace
peace In railroad world orh for Morac Moracmonths OlDeJOtnthR
months to come comeCoiiference caineCOllferenee comeConference
Conference committee of House Housennd IIonsennd Ilouaeand
nnd Senate expected to I begin > ccrln Us UssesHlons UssesHlon itsaesalons
sesHlons tomorrow toiuorroivBy tOluorroBy tomorrowBy
By JOHN SNURE SNUREPresident SNUREPre SNUREPreefdeat
President Pre kJeat Taft will endeavor to have havethe bavethe e
the conferees on the railroad ra r0a4 bit bftlto see seeto
to It that the capitalization control sec section MCtloM sactloas ¬
tloM tion of the tb House measure mea u or provis proYlllion proritleas provisions ¬
ion ions snpraximattos apprwxt thereto ar are pat mte mtethetew bttethe in inthe
the thetew iaw The President t set et abe MtIt t ac accomplishing aecompllabtnc ¬
complishing this today and be la laful > hope hopeful hopeul ¬
ful ul he will succeedThe IlUcoeedThe succeed
The President told some of Me histoday callers callerstoday eaUenItx1ay
today he believed provision should shouldmacM abouldmade be bemade
made la the new law fa w for the control controlby controby 1 i iO
by O the Government of stock and a endiaaues d bond bondissues bondlUuea
issues 1 lA the u flrst 1i l at 1lt place he deems this thisul thhsui th thut
ul the t e utmost importance Moreover Moreoverth Moesov MoesovL oreover oreoverthe et
th the party platform calls for It ttThe ItIIte itThe
The President Pre ldent will 111 not notln insist I8t oa the thelanguage tltela t tlanguage he
L language la of the House bill hi 1 tha th re reppect reIIJHtCt retpect
ppect but wants UI the principle main maintained matntat maintatned ¬
tained tat He will endeavor to convince convincetome convinceJvlDe a
tome of the recalcitrant Senators on ontliis ont o othis n
k this t 11 fa subjectTalks subject subjectTalks JIUbjertXalks
Talks With Senators SenatorsToday SenatorsrocJar SenatorsPolar
Today th the President talked with Sen Senators SenatOfll Se Seatom n ¬
atom Aldrich and Elkine who arethe are on onthe onth °
the th Senate Conference Committee Co unJttee about aboutthis abouthis c I Ithis
this matter He has already talked with withRepresentative wit witKepretcentattve WithRe h
Representative Re ttteMalm Mann He spoke at atlv strong strongly stromIv roan ¬
ly on ther subject of control of capital capitalization C capitalration ltall ltallratteR ¬
ratteR for which the Senate bill makes makesno makeno
no provision Or G JI 9of of the difficulties diffkultlesnet of ofrettiGK orttl1Jt
rettiGK net ttl1Jt og a provision to this effect past pastthe
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the Senate ftte is i the fact that all the thew Dem Democrats enl enlcwrat8 L ¬
ocrats w rata or Nearly all are are re against aK < ilnst it itSenators IttOfS itenatota
Senators + tOfS Elkin and Aldrich assured assuredthe auuredth assure
r the th President that a xood bill would wouldhronarht be behroueMfOMt behrouchtout
hronarht hroueMfOMt out of conference and that there thereWOltd the thewouM re
would not be much delay elsy Senator El Elkins EIki Elklns
kins ki will call the conference together togethertomorrow tCNethertomorrow toR toRtomorrowrta ether
tomorrowrta tomorrow Hs H told the President Pre idellt h hthought he hethought bethouaht e
thought not much tine would be needed neededin n edcd edcdin
in conference eODt rce Senator AW Aldrich rich cheered cheeredth cheer cheerthe eel eela
the th > President Pre kJeRt bv toMinr him he was wasplanning WallplaJIDllUt w wplannimt a
planning to RO salmon Imon nsliinx fl hang next week weekThe wee
The Pifsldent P ftt wants early action on the
WH
To Reduce Time of Suspension SuspensionIt
It te earned that the time of ten tenmonths tlltBmJlth5 t tmonths en
months for suspension nn of increased Jncr rates ratesIn ratesIn rate rate1n
In the Semite bill will ill probably be re reduced reclue r rduced e eThe ¬
duced clue to six or seven en monthsPresident months Rtb The ThePresident ThePr
President Pr t Is understood to favor this thisthinkinc thlathinki th ththinkine Is
thinkinc thinki ten months time longer leA er th thneeded than thanneeded thannH
needed neededIt nH ed edIt
It was wa reported today there would wouldanother be I Ianother
another big conference in Washington Washingtonnext Waabing Waabingnext J1aahin < < tcm tcmnext
next week w on railroad matters This Thistime rh rhtime is istime
time it will be between the President PrNldentn Presideracrd Presidentand
and n shippers tppecs Planning PJaaoI to counteract counteractany counteractaUT counter counterany c
any too favorable impression impre sion the vUut vUutof vwtor r rof cut
of the railroad presidents pre ldenta may have l lContinued left leftContinued IdtCOJIdnued ut t
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WEATHER REPORT REPORTFORECAST REPORTFORECAST REPORTFORLCAST
FORECAST FOR THE DISTRICT DISTRICTFor
For the District Dl trlct of Columbia Delaware Delawareand DeIareo Ddawareand
o and nd Maryland MaryJ Dd fair and warmer tonight tonightThursday tealsbtThund tctghtThursday
Thursday Thund partly par y cloudy clcKld followed follow oy oyable bJsbower byshowera
sbower by Thursday ni n1pt ht light nn variable nnable
able winds wmdtlFor whtdeFor
For Virginia partly cloudy teotshtand tonight tonightwestern
and Thursday warmer In northern and andwestern alldwe8tern alais
westernand western portions portio liarbosTbUrPda7 s tonight light to tocrate tof tomed mod modcrate medcrate
crate variable winds windsTEMPJCRATURBS wllHlsTEMPERATURES windsIr
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ROOSEVELT R TO PAY PHIDeclares PAYDUTY PAYDUTYONBAGGAGE
DUTY DUTYONBAGGAGE DUTYONBAGGAGEof ON BAGGAGE BAGGAGEDeclares
Declares D Reports Reportsamination of Lax Ex Examination Examination ¬
amination Is Insult to Him Himself Himself Himself ¬
self and to Loeb LoebSPECIAL LoebSPECIAL LoebPECIAL
SPECIAL S FAVORS FAVORSTO
TO BE DECLINED DECLINEDFormer DEC DECLINEDormer INED INEDormer
Former ormer President Spurns Sugges Suggestion Suggestion Suggestion ¬
tion That He Be Treated As AsSpecial AsSpecial AsSpecial
Special Ambassador AmbassadorLONDON AmbassadorLONDON AmbassadorLONDON
LONDON Jane 8 8Col Col Theodore TheodoreRoosevelt TheodoreRoosevelt TheodoreRoosevelt
Roosevelt declared today that he had hadneither hadn hadeither
neither n tther asked a k for nor would he accept acceptany a acceptany pt ptany
any favors from the New York custom customhouse cUlJtOrfthouse eustorahouee ¬
house upon his return to America on onJune onJURe onJenne
June IS ISIn 11In 1 1In
In reply to questions que tlon concerning the thereport tbereport the theport
report re port from America that in view of cithe ofthe crUte
the fact t t that he 1e bad represented repre ented theUnited 4 4United
United U UIs nited States M a special ambaeead ambs a1r a1rat rat r rat
at the funeral of the late King Edws i 1his ile ibis
his Is le baggage bah age would be allowed the theomp ex exemptioc exmptier
emptioc omp e oc from customs cu toms that attaches to toambaeeadorfal
i I I ambassadorial agents nts the colonel said saidI
i I have not asked any courtesies courte 1e8 of ofthe ofthe
t the New Ne York port or any aD special > > con consideration coRstd congtderaibn ¬
sideration std ratlon for my own baggage or that thatof that10f thato
i 10f of o my m family I expect to pass p 8 through throughthe thro throughthe gh ghthe
the customs office the same as any pri priI
I vate citizen returning from a trip tripabroad tripabrOAd tripbroad
abroad a I expect to pay full duty onevery onevery on anvery
every e article not exempted to the gen general general general ¬
eral traveling public publicWhen publiCoWhen publicWhoa
When it was suggested to Roosevelt Rooseveltthat Rooseveltthat Roosevelthat
that t the fact that Collector of Customs CustomsLoeb CustomsLoch
Loeb was formerly fonn rly his private secre secretary secretary secretary ¬
tary at Washington Waahln < < ton would probably probablymean probblymean probablyean
mean m ean that the examination of the thecolonels thecoloners theolonels
colonels c ba baggage pe would be a mere mereformality mereformality mereformality
formality Roosevelt said that such an anidea anea
idea id ea was preposterous prepo terou8 and an insult to toboth toboth o oboth I
both him and to Mr Loeb LoebRoosevelt LoebItooovelt Loe LoeROOtHvelt
Roosevelt said he was aware that thatmany
many man m any complaints had been made against againstthe againstthe againstthe
the New York port of the alleged over overzealousness ovmzealouenea
zealousness of its officials Irod r d that he hewould hewould heould
would w ould like to see for himself h IC whether whetherthe whelherthe whetherthe
the complaints were justified justifiedCABINET justlftedCABINET lustiffedCABINET
CABINET MEMBERS MEMBERSTO
TO GREET ROSEVELT ROSEVELTI
I President Pre ldent Taft will tIl send a message me t8 of ofwelcome otwelcome
welcome to Theodore Roosevelt Roo evelt on the thereturn thereturJI
return r of the former President from fromrope > Eu Europe ¬
rope r ope June 18 18This 1 1This 8 8Tb
This Tb message will be conveyed te Mr airaide MrRonsavsit JlrR
Ronsavsit R by Contain Archfe Butt aWe aWeof aWeoe aideof
of te tie President Captain CaIK n B lat 4 > w WM + aa also alsoformer alsoormer 180
former f ormer President Pre ldent Roosevelts Roo evelt aide aideMore aideJIIore I
More than this th Secretary Secretr of Aarlcalture Agricul Agriculture Agriculure ¬
ture t ure Wilson and Secretary of the Navy XavyMeyer XaY XaYeyer NavyMeyer
Meyer eyer will go If to New N York with Capt CantButt CaptButt
Butt The three will be conveyed down dowathe downthe downthe
the bay to meet the former President m mthe 1ftthe in
the revenue rev cutter cutterThe
The reason why Secretaries Wilsoa Wilsoaand WIIM j jaDd
and Meyer er have been selected fur this thismission thismIaaton thismission
mission is that they are the only mom members ¬
berg of the present pre ent Cabinet who were ir irthe i ithe itthe
the Roosevelt Cabinet CabinetThe CabllMtTtae CabinetThe
The sending 1IdtDc of a personal message mel lge by
Captain Butt utt and the fact the two Cabi Cabinet abi ¬
net members enabena are a re going to meet the In Incoming IncOllli ¬
coming cOllli c former President it is expected expectedwill e expectedwill peeted
will m be taken as a signifying the good 100 < 1 will wHIof HI
of this th administration toward Mr r Roosevelt Roose Roosevelt Roo e eelt ¬
velt elt It is expected ex ted to give ve the recep ¬
tion in Nw N w York an n official tone toneTAFT toneTAFT
TAFT PLAYS GOLF GOLFWITH GOLFWITH
WITH W J TRAVIS TRAVISTwo
Two o of the countrys most distinguish distinguished distinguishbail ft fteel
eel golfers olfers chased the elusive golf ball ballover ballover bellover
over the Chevy Chase Ch links this after afternoon atterDOOn afterwhen
noon when President Pre ldent Taft and Walter WalterJ
J J Travis Americas golf got champion championplayed championplayed championplayed
played playedTravis
Travis T vis despite de plte the fact that he was W8actng
actng as a coach and instructor really
plaa played ed a strong game ane against the Ex Ixecutive Executive
ecutive ecutlveTravl8
Travis is preparing a book on golf olr
and it is expected that President Taft Taftwill Tartwin Tafwill t
will be included in the comment on the thegame theme th thgame e te
game gameFOUR me meFOUR
FOUR LOSE LIVES LIVESIN
IN OCEAN COLLISION COLLISIONGerman COLLISIONGerman
German Steamer and Italian ItalianSchooner ItalianSchooner ItalianSchooner
Schooner Come Together TogetherNear TogetherNear
Near Malta MaltaLONDON
LONDON June > 1 SoA A Lloyds U yds telegram telegramfrom telegramfrom telegramfrom
from Malta alta received today says that thatfour thatfoul
four men were W < < e drowned there last sat night nighwhen t j I
when the German steamer Laetsz eel collded I I
tided with the Italian I schooner San Sa n I IFnlJICe8CO
Francesco dl Paola The victims were re I Iof Ior
of the th schooners JJe OOftets crew crewPassenger crewPasaenger
Passenger Steamer Aground AgroundQITEENSTOWJC AgroundQtTEEX5TOWN
QITEENSTOWJC June t IThe The pas passenger pegaenger ¬
senger steamer Albert today grounded ground groundnear
near Spike Island In the fog I
f INeetNag g cozily e4 ztlv in the number soft softJ
i J wrappings WI1IP1 < < 8 which envelop it and so sotiny so1ta7 sotiny
tiny that It te I almost lost in the little littlegocart littleOcalt littlegocart
4 gocart which is its temporary abiding abidingplace abidinglIaee abidingplace
place a white baby girl sleeps and andwakes andwak andwakes
wakes wak and smiles and sleeps again againtcday againtiay
I tcday koda at the home of Jennie Rent a aDistrict aDistrict aDistrict
District nurse and black mammy mammy of the theoldfashioned
I oldfashioned kind who lives at 12M 12MSlxtfi 1ZtSlxUi 1204Sixth
Sixth street northwest northwestHaving BOrth northwestHaving west westHavtng
Having thrown the big bi officers atPolice at atPolice atPolteQ
Police Headquarters of cite J e Second precdact pre precinct predact ¬
cinct into a panic by her sudden ap appearance apPfarance appearance ¬
pearance among them lem last night after afterFront afterFront afterFront
Front Doors Glazed 400 oo Apiece ApieceJ ApieceFrank ApieceFrank
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I Figures In the th Latest International Marriage in London II I
VISCOUNTESS MAIDSTONE MAIDSTONEWho VISCOUNT MAIDSIUflJb mss MISS MILDRED CARTER CARTEROae CARTERWho CARTERWho
Who Was Miss Margaretta Drexel ODe of Bridesmaid
COMMITTEE FAVORS FAVORSCOLJUDSONS FAVORSCOLJUOSONS
COLJUDSONS PLAN PLANFather PLANFather
Father of Financial Measure MeasureFeels MeasureFeels I IFeels
Feels Confident It ItWill ItWill
Will Pass PassOThe Pass0Th
I
0Th OThe Hen Ho 1I e Cmnssltiat r < 1 on HM Bfc Bfctrlct IDl IDltrict DIIftrlct
trlct of Columbia today feyorabrjr fln > Rerably noported re reported reported ¬
ported the bill prepared W WJ 4 f die QBmsnlsstoner dieloser
stoner Jvdnon J proviatas Mr sc the pay payment JIayment payment ¬
ment of the debt or f the metor Dtstrfct and andfor andfor
for permanent improvcmentm heprovementaColonel improvcmentmColonel IIDproy IIDproyCoIoIIeI
Colonel Judson and George G E Trues Tru TrudeU Tnmodell
dell repreoen repreoenwere representing the Board oC Trade Tradewere Tradewere
were heard on the measure Colonel CMoneJudeon CektDeITucI ColonelJudean
Judeon TucI on explained to the committee the thevarious thevarious thevarious
various features feAt1lr of 0 the bill and said saidthat aidthat amidthat
that h t it were reported r sorted at once and andbrought aadbrought andbrought
brought before the House buss next JI xt Monday Mondaywhich XOAdaywhteh Mondaywhich
which is District Day he felt confident confidentIt
It would be promptly passed passedInherited puMdInherited passedInherited
Inherited Debt DebtThe DeWTbe DebtThe
The District Mr fr Truseden said Jd had hadinherited hadInherite hadInherited
inherited a debt of Ave lIy millions of dol dollars dolIan delless ¬
lars from the municipality and UI theboard the theboard Ueboa
board boa rd at I l public works had increased ± it itto itto
to twentyfive millions The debt d8 t has hasbeen beebeen
been redreed re4 unttt it now amounts to toten toten toten
ten millionsThe millions millionsThe minionsThe
The bonded debt he said wilL under underthe 1HMIerthe underthe
the Judson Tud on bill be cleared la twelve twelveyears twekreYt twelveveara
years Yt > an and the whole indebtedness of oftb oCth ofthe
tb the District be wiped out in twentylive twentyliveyears bentyIveyears twentyAveyears
years without Interruption to the de development developnent deveionnent ¬
velopment of T subti > ublk blr improvements improvementsThe IMMOelft81sThe
The only 0111 changes Chan8 8 in the bill were the thestriking t thestriking e estriking
striking out of the provision prori lon for a high highwater htSkWter highwater
water pressure pre ure for the fire IIr department departmentwhich dep departmentwhich rtBMlat
which Colonel Judson frankly admitted admittedhad admittedhad ttt414 ttt414had
had no chance on the floor of 0 the theHouse
House and the provision for the ooa ooastructSoa ooestuction
structSoa of public wharvese wharves wharvesFor wharvFOl
For F r the th thtrkt e ttnancial scheme of the Die District It Ittrkt ¬
trkt the bill prvi pr v 2B that from andafter and andafter andafter
after June 12 tie the Commissioners Commissionersof Commitonersot
of tire U District of Columbia in deter determining determinlnS determining ¬
mining the estimates e of revenue ayatlable avail available ayallable ¬
able for appropriation for each suc succeeding succeeding sacceeding ¬
ceeding year shall lirst provide for oneset one onemeet oneset
set aside there from a suf auf6cient cJent sum to tomeet tomeet
meet al wstimated and fixed charges chargesrequired chargesrequired hargesrequired
required by law to be paid wholly fromthose from fromthose tremtho
those tho e revenues including interest at atper atper 2 2per
per cent c nt on the annual nual balance due the theUnited UteUnited theUnited
United States at on account of o advances to tothe tothe
the District and the annual estimates e tlmatesOf
of appropriations for the expenses of the thegovernment thepo thegovernment
government po mment of the District trict exclusive exclu ive of ofcharges oCcharletI
charges aforesaid shall not aggregate aggregatea e ate atea
a sum equal to twice ths th amount of the theestimates thee theestimates
estimates e of revenu then remaining rernalnln
The provision for extraordinary public publicworks
works involves the setting aside hIe of the thesum th thsum e
sum of t 130WQ l13 OGO beginning nalB < < June 30
1912 t and increasing that annual
appro approprtatlon approprlatlon ¬
prtatlon 100009 annually thereafter un
Hi 19Z3
BABY PICKED UP IN PARK PARKRECEIVES
RECEIVES TENDER CARE
I
Cozily Nestling Among Sof Wraps Little One Smiles Smilesand Smilesand Smilesand
and Coos At Oldfashioned Mammy Into In to Whose WhoseCustody VhoseI
I Custody Unidentified Foundling Is Committed CommittedBy
t tI
I By SELENA ARMSTRONG
being found on the grass gra in Iowa Circle Circ e
park this wee ee mite of humanity
pro p ro ¬
ceedOd to make a conquest of all their r
hearts Now when the policemen walk wa waaround 31k k
around to Jennie Kents
house tq pa pay y
their respects to her little ladyship an and d
to see that she Is being beln
well taken tk
n care careof careot car carof e
of she smiles up at them confidingly
as if she has kmwn kno cn and loved them thou n
throughout her brief and eventful life lit
Just like the re r t of < at womankind womankindexclaimed womankindexclaimed OmaklndclalmOd
exclaimed one of the officers of the theContinued theCopUnued th thContinued e s
Continued on Eleventh Eleventh PageDoors Page Pagepoors PageDoors
Doors Doors i ISInch Inch Thick Sxso i5o Apiece
Frank Adv 11 Libbey Co 6th N Y Av Avo 0
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MISS DREXEL IS THE BRIDE BRIDEOF BRIDEOF BRIDEOF
OF VISCOUNT MAIDSTONE MAIDSTONEWedding MAIDSTONEXedding
Wedding Takes Place At St Margarets Church West Westminster Westminster Westminster ¬
minster and Reception Follows FollovsPresents Presents Are Estimated Esti Estimated Estimated ¬
mated to Have H ye Cost 5500OQ0 300000
LONDON LO N Jane t IWIUl With the marrtafes marrtafestads marrialts niII p pUHIqr
ts tads UHIqr of Miss M Margaretta DrexM DrexMliter DtoaIIIer Drercehdtlldiae
dtlldiae liter er of Anthony Aat 0a7 j Drexel She nhH nhHe
e beak banker of Pfcwadelahla PIdIeMI andne and andta aa4tit
5 ta 9fr 4y Moat 3Meuiltrhga s Qeorsjft Ftndt FtndtVtesennb Plae JIIIII JIIIIIr h hWssustlldslisbaeh
r Vtesennb Wssustlldslisbaeh J JUaJUfAtlaaUc Malsstsne another anothertransAtlantic anothertransAtlantic
transAtlantic romance culminated cotmteatedThe cal1DblatecLThe culminatedThe
The wedding took place fat fashionable fashion fashionable taabIonabte ¬
able Sc St Margarets Church Westmin Westminster We8tmlDeter Westminster ¬
ster The Bishop of London assistedby assisted assistedby
I by Canon Horsley Bonle Henson and lid minor minorclergymen mlDOCeJer minorclergymen
eJer clergymen JDeft officiated The bride wa wariven waa
given 1rftI away by her father Tit T D brides bridesmaids bridMmaIcJa bridesmaids ¬
maids were Lady Gladys FtacbHattoa FinchHattwsister FtacbHattoasister FIftch Hattoll Hattollof
sister of tb the groom Misses X Hilda Hildaetteter Chi ChJchester Chichester <
chester and Del Eases EII eZ Gunning his cousins cooslnsMisses cCMl cousinsMisses tJw tJwJiI
Misses JiI Edith Wayne Nellie em Post and andMildred aaclUldred andMildred
Mildred Uldred Carter all American girls glr
PRIMARIES BOOMINSURGENT BOOM BOOMINSURGENT
INSURGENT GAUSEVictories CAUSE CAUSEVictories
Victories Won In Iowa With WithCannonism WithCannonlsm VithCannonism
Cannonism As the theIssue theIssue theIssue
Issue IssueInsurgency IssueIDMIrgenc IssueInsurgency
Insurgency broke out visroro vigorously J orGiNlly ety ia iathe IRthe lathe
the primaries of both Republican and andDemocratic andDemocratic ad adDemocratic
Democratic States yesterday yesterdayIn estvda estvdaIn
In Iowa lowaJOOn John A T Hull the dean ofthe of ofthe orthe
the States delegation In the House ofItepresentativee of ofRepresentatives r rUepresentatlves
Representatives a a Cannon man and andchairman andcbairman andchairman
chairman of the great Military Af Affairs ACfairs Affairs ¬
fairs committee e was defeated for re reaominatieu renomination renomination
nomination by Judge S F Prouty Proutywho ProutyWho Proutywho
who has heretofore been three times timesdefeated timesdefeated
defeated by Hull HullThe HullThe HullThe
The contest in this district was OB OBthe ORthe onthe
the issue of Cannonism Speaker Cam Cannon Camnon CaBnon
non some weeks ago went into th thdistrict tbdistrict the thedistrict
district and spoke for Hull Senators SenatorsDolliver SenatorsDolliver
Dolliver and Cummins went to Des DesKoines Dea1Iota DesMoines I
Moines 1Iota and addressed
a great meeting meetingin
in favor of progressive nominations nominationsand I
and the result indorses them themThe themThe themThe
The Iowa p progressives p10gre tves fait to defeat defeatGov defeatGov I IGO
Gov GO B F Carroll for renomination by bya II
a close vote according to the latest latestreturns j
i returns Carroll would have been badly i
beaten but for the loyalty > yalty to the senti sentiment sentiment I Iraent I
ment in favor avor of a second term Carroll Carrollhaving Carrollhaving Carrollhaving
having had but one oneIn one oneIn oneIn
In the Xlrth or Council Bluffs district districtCongressman dl districtCongressman trtet trtetCongre
Congressman Congre man Walter I Smith has prob probably probably probably ¬
ably been beerenominated renominated The contest contestagainst eoateetagalD8t contestagainst
against him was one the Cannontem is issue issue issue ¬
sue smith being a member of the Cannon Can Cannon CAnon ¬
non rules rnl committee His personal personalThe per personalstrength onal onalstrength
strength saved the day for Smith
The real Wet t of the Iowa result lies
In the fact that the progressive Repufer R
Means will control the State convention conventionaccording conventloRaccordlnt conventionaccording
according to all indications at this time Umei
that they will adopt resolutions re oluUQns indors ¬
ing the course of Senators Cummins and
Dolliver and that the progressives progr hes have havenominated h hnominated havenominated
nominated eight of the eleven candi ¬
dates dat for Congress a gain of two over overtheir oertheir overtheir
their present strength in the House Ho
Florida at the opposite end of the thepolitical thepolttical
political pole pol h htw i been carried by
former ov N B Broward for the Sen Senatorial SenI Senatorial ¬
atorial nomination of the Democrats Democratsagainst Democratsi
I II
I against a lnst Senator Taiaferro In the earlier earlierprimary earlierprimary
primary the result was indecisive and anda
a anew new one was held yesterday Broward BrowardIs
is a progressive of exactly the same sametype sametpe
type for the Southern Democracy as i
La Follette and Bristow represent in the
Northern NorthernFollette Republican party part As Asa a Sen Senator Senator Senator ¬ I
ator he will affiliate with the insurgent
Republicans and the progressive prol > eShe Demo Democrats Democrats Democrats ¬
crats cratsThe
The results In South Dakotas primarses prim primaries primI ¬ I
aries held yesterday are still in doubt doubtthe doubtthe doubtthe
the insurgent and regular factions hav
log In run very close on the nominations
for Congress while the threecornered threecorneredrace
race for governorship gO morshlp nomination of ofthe ofthe
the Republicans Is still in doubt doubtI doubtPairs doubtPairs
I
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I Frank FrankLibbey Libbey Co 6th N Y Ave I
Adv
Lady Violet Xanaers and Misses x Raisin RaisinAstly ItfcssaAsttey
Asttey asrhtt > Ttttowes hepand and r rCombe Ossslsase OssslsaseComae 1 1C 1BciHs
Combe C
Bates BciHsDrexel Gown GvwaKiss Gownlilu
Kiss Drexel wave a dress of cream creamsatin enaadB craniaaattn
satin dB draped in wonderful ttIi rid lace laceworn lacewan lacerworn
worn by 1 Y th t1e brides IMide mother grand CftID4lid grandmo srandmoher
moher mo tuer and lid greataunt tUIIIt at f fdings their MItt wed wedclfa weddhigs
dings clfa From her shoulders fell a atrta atrain torn torntrate
train e 9f c white satin and gold 8 Id broad broa4ethe brunchthe broadaunt
the PIt of lira Ira Lewis Norris N 0Iria a poeatauDt vest vestaunt
aunt The Tb bridesmaids br were were costumed costumedin eot eotIII
in soft white satin and ad tnsttad of hatsthey hats hatsthey bataMY
they MY wore wreaths of maiguetttes cov covered covend covered ¬
ered with tun tulle veils veilsLord vet vetLord veilsLord
Lord Maidstone ass as attended by his hteI hIa5ContIDwd hisContinued
I Continued OB Fourth Page
CONNER SUSPENDED SUSPENDEDAS
AS AO SCHOOL SCHOOLTEACHER SCHOOLTEACHERFined ppnnni Tnnnrn TEACHER TEACHERFined I LAlHLn LAlHLnFined
Fined By Hyattsville Md MdJustice MdJustice MdJustice
Justice He Will 1iIl Fight FightBefore FightBefore FightBefore
Before Board BoardFollowing BoardFollowt BoardFollowing
Following Followt his conviction on the thecharge theCAar8e thecharge
charge of assault It and Dd batteryHyattsville battery at atHyattsrilie atHyattalIJ
Hyattsrilie Md Frank R Conner Connerteacher a ateacher ateacher
teacher in the Washington manual manualtraining1 span spantraining ual ualtrain
training train hag schools has beenby been suspended suspendedby su p eade4 eade4by
by order of Capt James F Oyster Oysterpresident Oysterpresident yater yaterpresident
president of the Board of Education EducationCaptain EclucationCaptain EducationOyster
Captain Oyster Oy ter said today that Con Conners COI1aers Concase ¬
ners case would be considered at the thenext thenext th thnext e
next regular meeting of the board boardConner boArdConner boardConner
Conner has employed Andrew Wil Wilson Wilson Wilson ¬
son of Washington ablagton as his attorney attorneyr
Mr r Wilson has obtained a steno stenographic steBograpblc stenographic ¬
graphic copy of o the proceedings be ¬
fore Justice Ju tlce Carr which will be bepro beproseated pre preners presented
seated to th the boar it being Mr ir Con Conners Conners
ners contention that the evidence evidencewas evidencewaa eviden evidenwas oe
was not such as to warrant a convic conviction conviction eonvicLion ¬
tion tionThe tionTh LionThe
The Th complaining witness in the thewas ease easewas eHwas ate
was Mrs Lalla M Snead wife of oft o t
Larry SIt4ad an t employe em loye of the Treas Treast Treasury
ury U Department t Mrs rs Snead testiA testified eel
before Justice of the Peace Carr of o f
HyattsvHle HYI tsvUle that Conner who she said sal d
ha habeen been drinking took possession of ofata o s sa
a ata Ufa > fa in her h r parlor where he remained od d
for nearly three th hours
AUTO THIEVES ARE BUSYONE BUSY BUSYONE BUSYONE
ONE MACHINE WRECKED WRECKEDPolice WRECKEPolice D
Police Trying to Find Owner of Remnants of Car ar Strewn StrewAlong StrewnAlorfg StrevnAl n
Along Al rlg Bladensburg Road RoadOvner Owner of Buick Reports Re Reports Reports
ports It Missing
Police of the Ninth tnth precinct are try trying tr trtoe trylug
toe today to and a claimant for the re ref
j f mains mal of a small sm ll touring tourin car which was wasabandoned wasabandoBed wasabandoned
abandoned after an accident in Bladens Bladensburg BladeDbur Bladensburg ¬
burg bur road oad near Mount Oltvet Ceme Cemetery CemetN Cemetery ¬
tery tN The bodY of t the machine was waspractically waspictkal wasptactieafW
practically demolished and the mechan mechanism mecbanLm mechanhum ¬
ism convened cO ertoo into a a tangled mass of ofsteel otst ofsteel
steel steelThe st steelThe 01 01Tile
The machine was discovered late lastnight last lastnight Jutnight
night in the ditch along aJ nS the road rNo rNoone iNoone rWoone
one could be found however howev r who had hadwitnessed hadwitnessed
i
witnessed vitDe 88d the accident and ttte police policewere pottewtle policewere
were unable to learn whether any one ocehad 008had onehad
had been hurt hurtPretty hurtPretty hurtPretty
1 Pretty Mantels for 300 30 Apiece piece pieceFrank
Frank Libbey Co 6th Nl N Y Ave
Adv
ITALY FRIGHTENED FRIGHTENEDBY
BY FRESH l lPanic TREMORS TREMORSI TREMORSP
i I
i
P Panic nic Not Allayed By Pres Presence Presence ¬
ence of King Iii and andQueen andQueen
I
Queen QueenXJ
j jI I
r
I
x XJ lJPLi je g Jm ate 8 LPft Fresh FreshItalys reeh tisanes tisanesItslr Ie
Italys 1 ennh sibsesl L LtIa7 Ldtsut dMdei dMdeiday tls
day threw the pepntatla Mt pate pateorig IUIIetltat aYa
orig as a that eca occusiBmjd 11 aleaed flU by the u uAt that rse rseAt
At AveOteo A King Vtetar VtetarIsMtated V1 V1sad Esssaaard lIP lIPaIId
sad Queen m Hieaa who > IsMtated ed OB jaID ja a aing I
tag hint in the tour of the afflicted ter territory t teritor7 < < I I1toIy
ritory appeared before the people peopleau hi hiat IadOn
at effort to check their fright Not Noteven Noeven t i inea
even the royalties however could re res
5 = = = s = r the terriefid population i
FuUy Full a million people pie slept out or
doors last night and when da dal taIIIe taIIIerdQM41 camrefused
refused to venture into their tbe hones honesagain bomeaap1n
again ever for food f CaIIIpa > qpr have ba havepitched been beeapiebe4 beenhilt
pitched around all towns from which whichin wldcbword w wword hilt
word baa readied here Army tents are
in demand demaD4The demassdThe
The latest advices give the followta followtaas t tas fas otbwlq
as the table tabl of known dead
AvelUno Valetta 1 Bas Balm d III
Potensa C Caetel Cn tel BanM B Baronhv runs Ia 1 Qnnehi S ehi
1 San Sossto 1 It CaJltri CalitriI as asbemrved ilL ilLNt
I Nt EDueratei EDuerateiIt Exa eratd eratdIt
It is bemrved when the full r fullis Mat Matte IIIIt1M
te secured and D4 the th eand e fatattttoa m In sotly sotlyteg aadylac sotl sotllag y
lag districts have J aye been learned Iearedthe that thatthe t at atthe
the death roll will be materially tally tallyG4wenameet in increased I Icrewed ¬
creased Government officials stated e4 to ¬
day that the first estimate of IMnot 3W will willnot willItOt 1r W
not be too high highThe highTtte
The towns today are under martial
Ia law W troops < < patroUng patro D < < the streets carb carbthe
lag the frightened people and dircetteg dircettegured directs directsthe
the work ot rescuing the dead sad It
juNd > ured in the worst stricken towns
Field hospitals tals have been set I et up at atmaay atmany
many points and mrgeoas 5 have been
detailed de to go through b the remotertrkts remoter districts 4IIstrtcta dis ¬
tricts to aid the injured tnj ftd on the farms tara
The comparatively small number of 0
Injured te one of the peculiar features featuresof
of the earthquake Officiate today toda t esti estimated edmated I Imated ¬
mated the seriously Mriouel wounded tothe to be less In e
than thandue the dead This te believed tn t be D e
due to the fact that the time betweenthe between
the first shock and the second gave gavepeople r the thepeople tilepeople
people opportunity to escape escapeKing uepeKin escapeKing
King Kin Aide Work WorkAs WwkB WorkAs
As B at Messina 311 and Rente the titsle Kteg 6
ig t himself actively directing d the rescue rescuework r rwle rwork
work His experiences m 1ft the thesad Catahrian Catahrianand CaIaItrIIaaad
and ad other disasters gave him many V
ideas as to the manner of concise concisesuch conducting CODdacIRICb
such work with the result that he heexpeditel has hasexpedited tu tuExP4dltel
expedited the rescuers tact in the thecountry me meYesterdays
country eat affected ectM by yesterdays shocks 8bI
Great Greatby consternation was caused a here
today by the th e prediction pr edktbn that further
shocks of great severity would follow f
The Neapolitans are in terror and
fear an eruption of Vesuvius and anda as
the a prediction o of a series of gtaak quakes quakesspread qaakesapread
spread throughout the city the b bclasses lower lowerclasses
classes daa ea were terror stricken
The license on the msenint is fet the thename tMname
name of Dr Alma a C Arn AruW U who has as
been out of the city for several weeks wee a
The police are making every effort to
find the Joy riders who took tCH k the theout car earout carout
out They ate aIIIO want want to And some samewho one onewho r
who 00 will take charge c e of the wreck wreckremove and andremove aAdreMOve 1
remove it from the t roadside roadsideDr rod roade1deDr Id IdDr
Dr William WlI DI M SprIg reported topolice to the thepolice thepoJIce
police of the Third precinct early rly today t dIty
that his large Buick automobile e had
been stolen from in front of his of office
In the Boctuunbeau between bet 11 and I Ioclock Jocloelt
oclock hurt night Police te an allof sections sectionsof s
of the city have been turned with a
description of the UteI ante anteMoldings anteMoldings
Moldings No r for x Cent a Foot Foo t
I Adv Frank LIbbey Co 6th N Y Ave A e
VICTORYINSIGHT VICTORYINSIGHTFOR IN SIGHT SIGHTFOR
FOR RETIREMENT RETIREMENTFUND RETIREMENTFUNDFOR
FUND FUNDFOR FOR CLERKS CLERKSFavorable CLERKSFavorable
Favorable Legislation Pre Predicted Predicted Predicted ¬
dicted Within NextTwo Next NextTwo NextTwo
Two Weeks WeeksCONTRIBUTORY WeeksCONTRIBUTORY WeeksCONTRIBUTORY
CONTRIBUTORY PLAN PLANNOW PLANNOW PLANNOW
NOW SETTLED UPON UPONovenMreat UPONovenNDeRt UPONGovera
Govera ovenMreat c t Will Y I Save Meaey MolleySaar MeaeySy MelJeYSa
Sy Sa FiiimcMl F ascitl Experts ExpertsCa8iAet ExpertsCa8iAetM Cabinet CabinetMembers
M Me Members AIBers a ers Enthusiastic EnthusiastictBy Eatau5 u5iast1C u5iast1CBy astic asticJAKES
tBy JAMBS HAY JR JRThe JRTIM JRThe
The PresMeat and his cwt areaaddeat are arenon aretIIat
aaddeat non B > nt thai they will w 1 1c MOST from fxomVsjslslkm fromCeagren
c Ceagren within the JMI sahet ttiIN weeks weekskdalad weEJkI
Vsjslslkm I e for f t the retirement of s sj 841 8418IaJUaet enDeraanuated
j per 8IaJUaet annum ted Government t clerks clerksthe qn qntae onthe
the contributory annuity ann ity 1t7die plan piaayesterdays planAceamdtats
Aceamdtats to die pleas diecaeeed r c at atyesterdays t ty
yesterdays y ai sleeting tIll rtag < < of r the CaMaet CaMaetments CMiIIMtpat Cebtaetand
and pat into writ written farm tIIIiI after afternoon aeraoen
noon heads of the execatve execatveta depart departmente
ments ta will be gives Tea the privilege of ofdeddiac orwbether ofdeciding
deciding whether clerks shall he re retired retired retired ¬
tired at the age o of sweaty ty years y In InCahteet InotINr Inother
other woeda It tile metal ona of e the theCawet theCtt
Cahteet Ctt + bist believe that te special ia iastances laataaces iastances
stances decks who have e reached r that thatage tbatace thatage
age are RID proftdent pro deat they will re retaia retala retain
taia such emoloye ploy In the service serviceAaauatstnttioK serviceA tce tceAratiM
> A AaauatstnttioK + TheoryThe Theory TheoryThe TJteeryTile
The Administration ig proesediagwith arseeeiing arseeeiingwith lCuug lCuugw1th
with the work wank of ceadD converting Stators Soaatorsand s Statorsand < tors torsand
and Kept Representative aePLaM eat utatrre te the e eetrfbu eetrfbutory tr trli m mtory a atol
tory tol retirement plan oa the theory theoryprovision tiIeeothat totterythat
that If the clerks Ue net given p tl this thisprovision s
provision for their old age ac they will willof
haTe alleoilltely JIOt nothing tIIC to take care careof
of them themAs themAs
As originally farteadai tat the a aaa8ttles aaa8ttleswUI aaeutieswdri a ltfes ltfessalarr
wUI I be e 1 per cent or the aggregate aP4IIpLtelarytllat aggregatesalary
salary larytllat that has been resoled hr each eachdork M eachdamk h hclerk
dork provided that such 81IC a percentage percentageis E EJa
is not t in any case tn tests of l 1Ia 1111 1111In te tela
la the departments departm calculations calculationshave a boashave tIoDs tIoDsTe
have Te been made by flnanrlsl expertsshavrfsg experts expertsta
shavrfsg ta thai the Goern GoeVfiment eDt wm save savehy 8V 8Vputt1q savesseney
sseney hy patting the retirement plan planfart planlat n ndrect
fart effect as the coat of the xaaa xaaattfea aaaaat
idea at the outset will w I he more than thanoffset tIIanet
offset et hy the saviac la pvttteg put into tatothe Jatotile
the service younger elerjcs cler l at lowerpear lower lowerPJr ewer ewerIJ
pear IJ I Ie
E Bxaiaiaee e iRM by y KacTeosk KacTeoskSecretary XKT XKTSeeretary lixc ea > L LSecretary
Secretary of the Treasury Tr Mae Jtactiremeat KacV Maeteg4
V teg4 who Ia many nl respdcts cta has been n nIe
the Ie pioneer Sa the CaI Csbftnabt baott ia tile re retInt
tInt asoressent exaialmed the plan planto planto lan lanto
to the President and the Cafatoet yes yesterday y yterdIQ yeiierday ¬
terday and lid it was received so en
thualaaticaUy that the entire official officialfamily oGdaltIDIly olldalfamily
family decided to make every eYerY effect t to toget
get the legislation making the IlIaD IlIaDpOIIIdbUtU a
posaihUity Inquiry today tocb y developed developedthe
I the fact that for the first tine since sincethe
the caauMttejn P for retirement re laDeat of the theclerks thecterb thearks
darksdnaspalgn
clerks arks began victory is hi sight sishtIt
It can not be denied that there Is tethe Ismeasure
sane measure o Of dfagremnmst I I1IIRt I1IIRttM among amongthe
the employes pao of the ciomi ilsssUitil ed service n1ce asto as asto a ato
to the desirability of the Mgtomtiaa kglalatieat A Agreat
great h t majority however bOw te on n record recordas
1 as favoring the proposed law lawProtests lawProtests
I Protests that have gone to the mom JMmen members ¬
ben en of the Cabinet against the con contrtbutory CO COtributor contrtbutory
trtbutory tributor plan and te favori fa of a snaigtit snaigtitdwil riaIchtek1l ht
civil pension peIUI Oft list have sees sad lid will b bdisregarded be bedisregarded r
disregarded because of UM general con conI conririon
I vlctior that the contribut ry plea will willbe il1 il1be
be secured u or as an alternative eraative rive the theclerks th thclerks
clerks will m be unprovided un for te any an anW anyway
j way W upon dfamfaoai l ron roni the service servicei serviceAssurances > >
i Assurances were gives members of the theCabinet
I Cabinet today tnat it i a oat of the thequestion thequestica
question to hope to put U1 a through CA CAa C 1 1FMB
FMB a straight civil fpenston fpenstonassurances D8ioa D8ioaI
I Tbeee assurances came from prominent IIOIRIIIentI t tSenators
j I Senators and Representatives RepresentativesWiU Re es esWill
Will Begn Jt July J i iK rIt
K as the President expects the legis Je legislation < < is isIa ¬
lation Ia D te granted within the th e next two twoi twotbe
i weeks the th e retirement of the aaasran aaasrannaated an anted
nested ted will begin July Vand l and each clerkretired clerk derkI eIelkret1led
retired for old ace will w i receive e as an anaaauity anannuity
I annuity li 1 per coat c = t of the total amount amount I Iou11 Iou11I
j I of money he or she has ha drawn from fro the theGovernment theGoet theGovernment
Government Goet since entet entering ng the service erriceI
j Thin win happen however however with the un undersiaadimr unndlDC Understanding
I dersiaadimr ndlDC that te ao case is na an anAn anamy
amy to be more than JI 19ift per year yearAn ear earI
I An aDarepriarJoa a doIa tor this will Wltlbe be use JWCftlSalY usedescribed c ci
ftlSalY describedat at tIN outset tintt ut as baa been beenI
i described becI ttbe the savin sayj saving ib lower samries aalariesnw >
i ito i to new emDloyes ployee win ore re than make makeitp ke keI
i I itp ill > for the expense of the annuities asasui Jea As Astime A < J Jtbne
time goes on aiwroiKmbons aeeirops win be 1 > e Jes Jesld less lessand
i and ld less Ie as the d ck i i contribute O tribute the thesu theunities
su shharv r for their own 0 unities unitiesof ties
K Next xt m importance im ortalKe to o tile Beef wficn 1cn
of the Cabinet to get the retirement leg ¬
islation Isla ion immediately j d the second platwho plat ula
to take care e of 0 all those aced ue derkfl derkflwho derkswtao
who hare been netilied of dismissal for to totly
inefficiency recently tly The President an anl < l
his hisv hisad ad advfeers d heeding heed the he earnest plate nteaiwhl JtIeaW1a
i whl Mel v h have Ita ve been made for relief for the theold theold
old clerks made uo their minds to see ee
to it that none of o the old otoote be l let t
out when hen it te only a Question of a few fewweeks fewweeks
weeks before fore they cottld Id retire with an annuities anuttlee ¬
nuities which would KO = 0 a tome Ion < < way to
support then even if the sums thus thusjdven thusWD thusgiven
given WD were not quite enough eBOU to meetall meet meetail JDeelsit
ail living IIYhurAa expenses expensesAs
As a result of this decision it was wassaid
said today todaythe that theall all of > 1 the old clerks will
be ke keet t on the e rolls roll > > tetfl ntD tai the retirement rednlDentaathorUed
becomes authorized Irv law for July JwJ 3 1Business 3Basiaess L LBII
Business BII Iiess MeAS Plan PlanAnaoancement Plan4m1nDceDuat PlanAnnoanameat
Anaoancement of the Administrations Admtetetrationsplans AdJDIDI Administrationsplans tnUIons tnUIonsIn
plans in regard to the employes te the thertesslned th thee
e rtesslned service nee comes upon the heels heelsof Aee1soL
I of the news that an sssoclatiou 811 clatloa of fIIl1lu8i fIIl1lu8iJIeH bezel bezelthese Misii
these i men ell of Washington has been
I I formed to look after the interests tat and bd bdI
I welfare of o the aged ed clerks It was or orafteraoon orpaiaed
I paiaed ff + s yesterday afternoon for f the thepuIJ08e
purpose of looking after any clerks ehrksWbo
who might t be dismissed 4It m1M for age age and andhave aatihave gnuhave
have no means of making a livelihood livelihoodhome JlyellltoodIt
It mJ P am let fa A u to build or rest a ahome
home for the men and women Wo teIt usable vaableto hIe hIeto
to maintain themselves themselvesThe them etveL etveLThe
The organisation was named the Busi Business BusiJIIeII ¬
ness Mens JIIeII Association of the District Dllltrictad Districtand
and ad Louis P Shoemaker was ereetea as asitsprosmeat asa
itsprosmeat its a primtdsst M1 iI iIClnla1
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Frank Ufcbay LJl bor Co 6th tB N Ti Y YAsa Av Ave
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