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Fair Tonight and Tomor Tomorrow ¬ i QIhe u ime LAST L E EDITION
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NUMBER 6736 Yesterdays Circulation CircuI tion 46254 iV ZVASffiNGTONy ASHINGTON TUESDAY EVENING JUNE 14 1910 Sixteen Pages ages PRICE ONE CENT
Suspect SuspectLONDON That American WillAttempt Will WillAttempt VlllIAttempt
Attempt This T is Route toAmerica to toAmerica toAmerica
i ii
Believed by Itafitn Itai al O Officials icial6 to toHeld toFd I Ikl
Held kl Key Kyto to th thSituation the theSituat theSituadOn
Situation Situat SituatI SituadOnL SituationIOXTXMT
IOXTXMT I L XPOR June Uu llUnoa the tMor readiest readiestof
of the t h > Italian authorities tIM notice ot otInland 0 0J
J Inland n gIand land today established a watch at atad sta
8 ad d + i railway stations and lid docks in th thh tM tMhf theit
h hf ve e of flndiMr ftft Porter Chartten Oft thererican OftAmerican tiltmer
American mer lean wit whesCtte abase wife e ert was tanrdered tanrderedn seurderMrt
rt nr < r omc IDO Italy ItalyThe ItabThf ItalyThe
The Italian authorities suspect t that If Ifirlton Jtt Ift
< < t irlton la is still m alive he will try to toreturn torun tor
r return urr to America by b way ot Emriand EmriandS R RSeek Zadandseek
S Seek ek Mystertotts WMMB WMMBo W WCI
o > MO M F Italy June 14 uThe The fifth day dayf
t f f he It i Lake > ake Como mystery 1Wdt1 find the ant au aut
t riiie rites > as far away from a solution 801utloanth as asv soT
v in ion n nth the body of Mrs n Mary Scott Cas Cast ea eat
t C Clarlfon ariton was pulled from the hot bottora ItottLil hottLr
tLr tora > f the picturesque picture que lake jammed in inr
1 1 r Id theatrical trunk trunkWith tnmkWHh trunk1ith
With American Ambassador Lelshnun Lelshnunen
en tie > scene urging the authorities to todo todo todo
do their utmost utmo t in unraveling the mys mystry my myttry mystry
try of the disappearance of Porter Porterr Porterarlton Porterarton
r nrlton the beautiful victims hus
Lard L 1 d the 2ase today turned from the thesarrh thesah thes
sarrh s irrh of o this locality ktcaJit for the moment momentiMl momentis
iMl 1 is entered ntered upon U in a continentai hunt hunta
1 a mysterious woman omaa in black who whono wbonH
i nH no v th the moat Important figure in the
r rY > si atery ateryTing cry cryTJJs cryThIs
ThIs woman according to the taform tulor i inrnreceived
nrnreceived ruui nr received holds the key to w the theruining thejftlinc
ruining i case
caseJfew ca88Jr
Mew Jr ew Dface Discovery DiscoveryAt 1 > IIIcIweryAt + ery eryAt
At the same time that the search cb for foroi lortot
tot oi was as ordered prosecuted to the limitirre limit limitjore UmitJre
jore came < me a new discovery 4 ICCho of Importn impor importnee ¬
tnee tneeX 111 CP CPNear
X Near ar the villa vi there u hAul ha been beenrave found fottnda
a > rave in which were hidden bldet workmens workmenstuls workmenstcwly 0rlDDea 0rlDDeatb
tuls and a cart Was this t1 8 cart the ve
IIHN hr l in which the be coraseladen eo trunk
or C 1 trunks were taken from the e villa ylOatiit
tt 8 the caw the hiding place of the
rwnl r + u rderer rdererThese rer 0 0I
These I Jose are t the MtJ0a8 die dielit oac sot
Cut lit n t answer answerWhile answerv
While v hUe divers ww > sent down 0 to the
1 iU Uflm t on > m of the treacherous t eroua lake today
t hunt for tb the second trunk of the
v man n > an a n and tIe b3dr body of 0 her husband husbandit
1 authorities ut horlties scoured the country Gde aide
t Father gatt > r bit it > y bit fragments of in Uamation inn
n T Tauwn l mation n at iOll re raga Ming r < iin the veiled woman
lit f Mack hIMCkrrom hlt Mack1rota k k1rom
rrom the proprietor of the Hotel Hotelt
J anda nda at Cenlobbio the chief village
t s + 11 j r that portion of the lake shore
tv t JIflP IK re was the Charttons villa the thejiioe theJllkt
> lice > have obtained the fullest infor inforrne
11itfon atlon regard th this I strange woman oman
F 1 rotn him they fearn learned rne < 1 of ° nr regteter ret 8ter
I g as Elfrpfda Duchera aged a thirty
tn n Hamburg and of her talking talka
Italian and French with a German nnan ac
cnt rn nt t But when m In her agitation tatioa on
learning I < amlng of the murder and ad arrest of
I llatotr poiatoff the Russian she lapsed into
liiplish EII ish she betrayed her nationality nationalityInterested nationalityllIte nationalityImterstM
Interested llIte I Is Mvriar MvriarTho Jlvr MnrderTho er erTho
Tho woman registered on June i t That Thatnight Thatnight Thatnight
night the th strange woman woii an remained away way
t hi fiin m the Inn She reappeared shortly
aft anpr r the news of the murder had
I rvahed a hed the hotel Whirling up In InIrnage a
carnage + Irnage she be hysterically demanded deDlD ed of
to tiif tL proprietor the details detail
Has the murderer been bef > n arrested she sheamured
clirnind amured in French that showed no
Teutonic fl C + 11 utonle tOnII faults When ben in the evening
si sti J earned of the arrest of Ispolatoff
yK f1 became oame greatly agitated and left
In 1nmdlat mediately l after asking when the first rst
train tra in left for Lucerne LucerneWJun LucerneoJ1 LucerneWhn
WJun oJ1 n Ispolatoff was taken In hand
Ir I r further rurt er questioning today the chief
Li lai > of the authorities was 11 aimed to
draw dra w from him at least an inkling iakUn of
his l j connection if he had any with the
veiled v Id woman womanITS womanP I
bp P Russian duelt dueling constantly with I It
ITS t as weapons with the keenest keene t po pominds p01i 1
1i i minds of Italy maintained hill own I IlI1cnre
i lI1cnre nMcnce + rence as he has from the first firstsmile firstsmile
+ smile and a shrug are the roost that thatCITI tbatC
C CITI I n he > > e wrung wrun from him by surprise and ande andtl
e ti r + P tricks of the Italian authorities
1 t 4 1 for the refinement to which bicb they the
3 < reduced MJu the third degree have havev
la n > v d fruitless frultl8llFOr fruitlessF 1 1lvr
FOr F r the most part the police have been
compelled conpIIf > d to rely in securing lIeCurin < < teaM tea4Continued teatlConinued teaMContinued
Continued on J NInth NInthX1EP > Page PageWEATHER PageWEATHER
With Vf the C3f eX exception ° < Ptlon of rams ram In the
FIlth e H
Atlantic states at scattered < <
points in the th Rocky mountain region regionMS AII oft
and J lid on ° the 1 Pacific > lnc coast ° < > st fa fair weather weatherdnins weatherts
MS ts general neral throughout thlOU < < hout the country
during d1oin me the last twentyfour hours boo I
Thu Th temperature will rise somewhat
tonight in the Middle A AThe AU Atlantic e Stat tatas
rud nl1 it will continue THatively tlvelJ Dip III
1Jp i l P Northern Statea ates Met of the K Yb
Fippl i ppl river and In the Ohio aa and MIII tis
i I sippi ppl valleys valleysthe a eya eyafh
The fh winds aloe atoPint a10 Jr the Middle Atlaatle
nt will be sight light variable moldy oetJ
n steely trb on the t south Atlantic coast
1 tit i t to moderate mocI rate variable variablef mostiv mostivFnir a stly
f > 11 I h prty rty OD the eat gulf coast light ItClato
o viable viabler JableFRECA8T
Pair tonight tonighttnnUht QH Wednesday warmer warmerwinds
t tnnUht n I h t light winds m mostly mostlyn ostip
westerly V
n a am m4 m4m m4J4 m ma i
1 a m mE 16 16n
n a inti a
E 11 J4 a m it itSGN
32 noon f fC
Fun rites ricesSun = 4 4Sun
Sun sets setsToday i37 i37YAL
n 2 tiBL tiBLTndaYRI YALTndar
Today TndaYRI High tide IA l a L m and lid IA IAp 111m 11 11pp
p m LowtMe Low t S 4i a ss a sssf s ilk p m mTomorrow JaTomorrowBIa1a mTomorrowHtg1
TomorrowBIa1a Tomorrow High tide li 121 n a nv and
250 50 51 p m Low I Ir tfcts t l a L a m and f fJt fJtp t tp
p 1 > m
14 HBotb Both rivers very ery muddy this morn morning moraing morning ¬
DooR 12 Il2Inch r Inch Thick 5t5o 150 Apiece ApieceFrank ApieceFrank Apiecefrank
Frank L Ubbey lbb + bbey y Co 6th N T L Ave AveAdv e eAdv
Little ittle Country Girls First FirstsResponse FirstResponse FirstResponse
Response to Citys Lure LureEnds LureEnds I IEnds
Ends in Cell CellWOULD j jWOULD I
Couldnt Stand Monotony of Nome ftomeNaively NomeNaivety Iorne IorneNaively
Naively Admits Riley Rileyi RileyPitsoogle RileyPitsnogle
i Pitsncgle PitsncgleWHY PitsoogleWHY PitsnogleWHY
It ItBvery I
Bvery IIt ever xtrl I KUCSS tiCIll him 1m to have haveMome 1 1Home i I isoave
Home pretty HIHKM now DO and then thenAwd I
ANti Id rather do anything In In1 a acity I jcity
city cU tkaa to stay IIta home in the tbecountry theCeR1r thecountry + +
country CeR1r a and ad not have pretty i iBy
cl clethei cletheiBy tkef tkefBy f
+ Riley Pitsnogle whose first little jour journey
I ney of discovery to the nations Capi Capital Capital Capitat ¬
tal has ended in a cell at the First pre prccinct preelDct produet
duet is eighteen years old oIdtlO so Riley Rileysays i isays iYL
says saysTrue saysTrue YL I
True the halfde ballcl4tYelopeod > elop d lines of her herglrtirh herB1rt herglrt1t9
glrtirh B1rt figure aure and tl Ue awkwardness of ofthe ofUte ofthe
the overgrown child tI4I which is In all her hermovements hermovemeal8 hermovements
movements say y that she e to barely barelyturned barelyturaec barelyturned
turned turned seventeen teen but Riley says saysshe says8be saysshe
she te eighteen and some months over overShe overlooks overShe
She looks out outup upon a the world with the theIgnorant th thIgnorant tht
Ignorant t eyes of a child of sir but her herboImy
bonny brown hair te coiled on her tel headin head headin heafill
in the latest faeJaIoaIadeed fashionIndeed fashion fashionIndeed
Indeed H te the fashion or rathe the thelove thtJoye thelore
love of it the desire to know it and to toimitate trobldtate toImitate
imitate it that has proved the undoing undoingof
of Riley PItzoo Pttsnogte PttsnogteFar Ptt8DapeIM N NFor
Far Pr Pretty tty Things TMagsIt
It te Juat for the sake of the th few fcvrHtUe fpwIIItIe fewlittle
HtUe beribboned and perfumed umed dainty daintytrMes dainty1rtGe dainty1rMee
trMes that an women love and thatIvan that thateven thtthe
even the poorest of us keep in the top topcase
drawer with our mehet Nell and glow glovecases glowCMe8
case that Riley Ptamogte te eager e < < er to toptahge tobIotbe tophibge
ptahge Into bIotbe the stnknge and DC terrifying terrifyinirfe terrtlytnlife
life fe of a great etty For J IW r the sake of ofthese orth ofthese
these th trifles trta just because she loves silk silkand aUkanA silkand
and anA lace and fl fIlM feathers like mr an anvx ahj alljwomen
j jwomen vx YOIDEID > men do she has exchanged the ee eecurlty liteI e ecurtly
I curlty of a modest country home c me for forthe forthe forthe
the loneliness JoDett the temptations and 8D4tbe thestress the thestress
stress of city life For are there not notshop DOt8hop notshop
I shop windows in a city ki b which the thewonderful thewondertuJ thewonderful
wonderful things may be seen any 1 day dayand cIyand dayand
and nay even be purchased on some somedays samedays ollieclap
days by b ahnest any woman who longs longsfor 10apfor longsfor
for them t That bat te what Riley Pltsnogb PKaao PKaaogto Pttuogle
gto meant when hen she said saidI w
I couldnt stay at t home any longer longerMy lon = er erXy
My 1 mother wont give me pretty etothw etothwto elotb elotbi
i i to wear I cant go o to parties I aintever aint aintever t tevfr
ever had 1 a silk petticoat in rar 1tf lift m I Iaint IaInt Iaint
aint ever had any AD pretty thtags tbla s That Thatte ThatJa
te why I started out from MarUratiMirg MarUratiMirgand MrtI MrtIand
and went to Harpers Ferry on the ex excursion Ctcondon eIteursion ¬
cursion And at Harpers Ferry I Ia KM KMme sect secta
a you young man aDd aId hies ll1 to tome bitug bitugme
me on to Washington Bvory vry ry girt I Igues Icueu Iguess
guess has to have some pretty th thnow thnow
now and then And Id I d ruther do doI dothing tbt i itiling
I tiling tlll in a city than to stay home homethe homethe
the country and not have no pretty prettyclothes prettTclOthes prettyChtbes
HAS Moodier At Home HomeShortly HomeSbortIy HomeShindy
Shortly before mt midnight nlght Sunday the thegirt thec1 theget
girt c1 was found by Policeman PoIiee Ian Prioe of ofthe ort ofthe
the t First precinct and nd taken to the thestation thftlWlono thestation
station She Sh admitted that she had a amother amother amother
mother and brothers living in the eoun sentry eountry eouJlI
I try one ne mile from Martinsburg Wartln buJl W Va Vaand V Vaand
and her people Ie were telegraphed terAI hed to In Inregard inregard
regard re ard to her Her mother will arrive arrivein
in Washington late this evening and andBut andwill I
will take the girl Irl bac back to artinaburJ MartinsburgBut artinaburJBut
But Riley to s still unconvinced uhaeoa aced that home homeIs
Is better than pretty clothes Looking Lookingher Lookingher Lookingher
her Interviewer calmly r h II the face with withthe withtbe withthe
the direct and honest Rise 1Ze of her fear fearleas fHrblue fearless
leas blue eyes she intimates quite frank frankly CInkIy frankly ¬
ly that she would be willing tQ p a sell her herImmortal berImmortal herImmortal
Immortal soul for a silk Dettfcoat and andor aDdor andor
or the other dainty nothings otd that thatWOlDh a awoman awoma
woman love loveI Jov lovesI
I dont know what I could do In a aCity acity acity
City she says y but Id rather do anyhing any anything anyhlD ¬
thing hlD < < else Iee than to go back home and andnot andnot
not have any nice clothes to wear wearbnac wearany wearanyhmg any anyhmg
hmg elM in the whole world No I IAint Iint I
Aint int t ever thought tbou < < bt about abo Its being wick wtekContinued wickContinued
Continued on Eleventh El venth Page
I 1 ± First Picture of Mrs iBrodie L LDuke I Duke l
> 73 o oo = o < < < < 0 0 > Oo II
a <
Fourth ForthWif Wife of the SestftaarUa Se ctoIuIn N iRioaair illiou t to WIoeILSili Wkt VVlrrm She Waa lfXl3l llcladd Sat Sctuciajr 00 > iltdtyr Altar J Maay Ihfheultiei JIsf 1
Aviator During Halt at Philadelphia Phil Philadelphia Philadelphia ¬
adelphiaPATHFINDER adelphia Lauds Purposes Purposesof
of Trips Promoters PromotersPHUADBLPHXA Promotersr
PHUADBLPHXA r Ir u RIpnx June W 14The The path pathfi pat patftDoIIDc pathhtritag
ftDoIIDc fi llng ear which will blaze the rouse renteof rouseof i ior
of the Mu Mvnsey nsey Historic Hl torIe Automobile Tour Tourwill TourwUt Tourwil
will wil I leave Jea Philadelphia tomorrow after afternoon af afDOOa afternoon ¬
noonPlans noon noonPlans DOOaPI
Plans PI have been bee made to give thepathtlinders the tbepathfinders thepatbA
pathfinders patbA cIe a lousing 1OUIdDcO sendoff < < Several Severalhundred SeYer Severalhundred
hundred motorists moto will gather p Mr at atHotet the theHotel theHotel I
Hotel Walton with their can and a 1Itf 1Itfa after aftera ter tera
a luncheon which will be Ie served sorvedaud sorvedaudpouredand and andpoured
poured pouredalMl and a few short speech speeches these theseautoiais theMautolllU theseautolttswill
autoiais autolttswill will I form a ry escort accompany accompanying pn pnI ¬
ing I the pathfinder up Broad street to toOM tGOkl toOld
OM York road roadEvery roadEverT roadEvery
Every automobile owner in the city citywhether cityiaetIaer citywhether
whether a member of any of the dubs dubsor elubor
or not has been invited to attend thereception the thereception thereceptiOft
reception which will be held at the theWalton theWaltoA theWalton
Walton at t 12 1 ocloek Mayor Reyburn ReyburnHenry ReyMlmHeJU7 ReyburnHenry
Henry Clay director of public safetyJohn safety safetyJohn afetyJohn
John B Taylor superintendent per ateodeat of police po ponce 10Geom ¬
lice Geom McCurdy president t of com cmmon common common ¬
mon council uncD and other city officiate will willbe 11111M willbe
be present and Mayor Reyburn will willbW willId willkid
bW Id the tb pathfinders godspeed on their their1706mlles their1mlles their17A6mla
1706mlles Journey JourneyPersonal journeyPenIOIIaI journeyPersonal
Personal Invitations have oeea i > eea ex exContinued exContIDaecI oxContinued
Continued on Second Page l P gs
Rainy Season Goes on a Va cation and Prof Bowie Ven Ventures Vent4r Ventures ¬
tures t4r s to Say That There Will Be Some Sum Summer ¬
mer Weather Now
Wre we pI idt6 c to have Ie soe4 WfJIatber IIOW IIOWan ew ewAsa
An Asa Mea anOf perhaps MOM MOC MOCOf moof +
Of count wTrMd we e r read ikte brand oC 0 8td ettiQFor 8tdOI t tFor
For OI tts tt raIDed sad rained gatoM gatoMI paorof galmeRjfa
I Rjfa ft ta Rhymes of Prof Bawart H Sowte SowteYep 04 04I Cie CieYep
I Yep Prof Bowie efflelal nt cil forecaster forecasterfor
for the t tit e Weather Bureau says so him himself blmI himself ¬
self And twould be a pity if he hedidnt Iteclt4Rt hedidnt
didnt know in truth for doesnt d Mftt he hetell beten hetell
I tell us all U about such things t tng5 and andsometimes andamraetjms Dd DdUme
sometimes Ume too he tells 118 about aboutthings aboutI aboutthtags
I things atefeg tal tg c the thermonetric line linewhich linewhich linewhich
which arent expected to happen happenAnd happenADd happenAnd
And what caused all a1 that excite excitement otc1teMent oecltement ¬
ment in the city today Why did dideverybody dideverybooy dideverybody
everybody talk and talk so mysteri mysteriously mysterloual mysteriously ¬
ously oual about something and wonder wonderand wonderand wonderand
and wonder onder and wonder At least leastthey I leastthey t 8t 8ttlHfJ
they appeared ppe re4 to be doing so soOh eoOh soOh
Oh yes to be accurate the sun did didshine dklsblne didshine
shine with ith all its It solar splendor today to today today ¬
day and really for the first time intwenty In Intwenty Intwenty
twenty days al So the good residents residentsof
of the th Tistrlrt may be excused for forbecoming Co Cobecomins forbecoming j
becoming a bit perturbed to mention
nothing noth of being befn a bit warm in the theneighborhood thenelahborbood theneighborhood
neighborhood of the neckband neckbandAnd ueekbaBdAn4 nevibaaLAnd
And too Prof Bowie says YIS that days dayslike daysUke dayslike
like those t o e sixteen 1i Xteen out of the last lasttwenty lastlweat lasttwenty
twenty lweat hip up to yesterday during duringwhich duringwhlclt duringwhich
which there was more or loss riiu riiuand rai raiand
and 114 no sunshine tne have taken a vaca vacation vacation ca catlOIl ¬
tion for tOT a while Jast J t to emphasise emphasiseconditions ehs12econtttoRs aaphasiseconditions
conditions he makes this forecast eree et for forthe torthe forthe
the District for the forthcoming forthcomingtwentytour forthcomingtwentyfour
twentyfour hours hoursFair bouf1lFaIr hoursFair
Fair tonight a and d Wednesday Wednesdaywarmer Wedae Wednesdaywarmer d8y d8ywarmfJr
warmer tonight tonightBut tORI tonightBut bt
But t WJhaw w that doesnt say y a thing thingaer t thingabout lng lngabout
about me IS I ktering tUtrlM sunshine and that thatall thataer
aer all was > as what everybody was as hobnobbtag hob hobnobbtag bobnobbb
nobbtag nobbb < < about today and hoping aye ayepraying ayotbat ayepraying
praying that there should be more and andlmore andmere andmore
lmore mere aad ever so much more of it itAnyhow itAnyhow ItAnyhow
Anyhow Prof Bowie Bo e made coed to today today today ¬
day in fact he made good with o1th a gen genuine genutne en enuine ¬
uine uine American hurrah For it didnt didntrain didntra1n didntrain
rain a bit today that that is it hadnt rained rainedup
up to C t 1e e time The Times went to press pressContinued pr prCOIltlnued pressContinued
Continued on Ninth Page
Former School Girl Pleased Pleasedat
at Chance to Inspect InspectCapital hispectCapital InspectCaPital
Capital City CityBrad CityL
Brad t die L D Duke ke and UMIJdK his yonChftrt bride bridewho 1Ktiewho bridewho
who are le regarded inr many y a as the deW cMefobjects deWebjeets chiefobjects
objects of interest bat M III Waehsogton w wat Jnafc Jnafcat jh st stat
at the present time eonttoue 0 IIdaae to totheir spend spendtheir spenttheir
their days seeing the t e sights of te teCapital t tecapital e eCaJ
Capital CapitalTo CaJ lta1
To Mr Mrs Duke who during d her six sixmonths sixmonth8 sixmonths
months ifstdence 8I6 here has 1M been 1IeeIathe uwler uwlerthe nailerthe
the restrictions of the average school actualgiti schoolgirl I Irl
girl rl the sightseeing 1 Ih D < < expedttiotts wb wbcb chhave ch chhave
have engaged ed her and her husband husbandwhen bUllbandwhen huabandwhen
when when they were not tallcta talking < < or ortoo refusing refusingto I
to talk to to representatives of the press presshave presshave
have been a continual delight Duke ta tathoroughly Isthoroughly
thoroughly familiar with Washington Washingtonand W on onand I
and has given en his wife many man happy happytertamment happynrprlse happysurprises
surprises in each daTa program of eDI
tertamment planned by him himWe himWe himWe
We are enjoying the sights hI of the thecity thecltO thesty
city so much said Mrs Duke this thtemoraine thismonaln thismoraine
moraine to a Times TI representative representativethat rep ttive ttivethat
that we have decked to retrain over overuntn overUllt overuntil
until Ullt th the latter part Ji i this week Then Thenwe Thenwe
we e will O to to Durham where we will willmake willnaak willmake
make nr < future hOme botneAnd hOmeAnd bdmeAnd
And meantime meant Durham Durhambreathleu society societybreathless societybreathless
breathless with excitement te awaiting awaitingthe a walbacthe
the arrival of Mr and Mrs Brodfe L LDuke j
Duke Immediately upon their arrival arrivalthere arrivalthere t tthere
there they will go to Dukes handsomehome handsome handsomehome
home la t Durham urha where e Mrs 11J Duke will willassume wUla willaasume I
assume a UJne the duties and J141 responsibilities responsibilitiesof
of mistress of the home homeJUNE homeJUNE 1
ADJOURNMENT DATEi DATEiConferees DATE DATEConferees I IConferees
Conferees Assure President Ad Administration Ad1 Ad1ministration AdI AdIministration
ministration Program Will Be BePassed BePassed I
Passed by Next N xt Saturday SaturdaySenators Saturdays SaturdaySenators
1 1visited
Senators s nators and Representative who whoviatted MID MIDTl8Ited
visited the White House today told the thePreaMant IPr tPresident
President Pr tde t that the outlook for fo fom adjourn adjournraent adjoarameat
meat m IK of Commons a week from Saturdaar Saturdaarfe Saba SabalfiytfY
fe lfiytfY very bright brightWith brlcbtrtth brlthtWith
With rtth the t e practical strreement eement on the therailroad tlMraiLroad therailroad
railroad bill reached r ch too today > y after aft < < Sdna Sdnators S6aton Sdiatots
ton Aldrich Crane and r KIKfcA ut1n8 and andRepreeenutlve aAdRIPIeeentaUv6 attdRepresentative
Repreeenutlve Mann had talked with withthe withthe withthe
the President friends of the Adminte Admintetratlon Admb Adminier lI lItrtlo
tratlon t said that v Saturday week W i ithere Itbfore tthere
there will 111 have > > tea e paaeed toy OBB OBBprrees tJongress
prrees Tees the th these e four Mats bnisThe bft1sT MatsThe
The T railroad < < l Mil the statehood Itt WU WUthe DIUthe bUlthe
the conservation Mil and the postal posntsarinna j jsavinss
savinss in bank Ml MlSo 0111So I
So press pressing ur is tb t work ork to 0 be done between be between ¬ I
tween now and a Jjottrament that the tbePresident thePre thePresident
President Pre lftent announced announC < < l today that he will wfllnot wBlnot willnot
not s 0 to t New Haven Sunday 1Idaty as be behad b bhad
had intended If he can xo at aH to tothe 10the tothe I
the Yale conmeneemeat M will run upTuesday up 110TuadY i iTwesday
Tuesday night nishtPASSENGER ni nightPASSENGER = bt btPASSENGER
CLEVELAND CLEv LAND Ohio June 14 14Rrie 14RrieJattllen1er 14Eriepassenger Hrte Hrtepassenger
passenger train No o 17 westbound ran ranInto raninto I
Into nto an open swU Rotter fc at Fiftyfifth streettoday street streettoday lItreettodayaad
today todayaad and collided with freight fexbtsites fexbtsitesnone t ears earssrers eII I
none P twere n srers er1l wore badly shaken alren UP but butere butnone < 1
seriously4dIy hurt
none 1ere ere seriously se U8 hurt
Measure sure Is Reported to Sen Senate Senate Senate ¬
ate and Will Be Called CalledUp CalledUp CalledUP
Up Tomorrow TomorrowJatssal
Jatssal agre agreement went by the u ewtfoireea CIIIIf CIIIIf11M en enfee sathe
fee roused bin was reached 1 at 1M 1MA 111afteraMa iJithis
this afteraMa afierrounA afteraMatw
A few minds rawer Senator s r KIMne JIIIdIMtJ lliIktassorted
sorted the tJ e matter tter to the Senate He liepve HeThe Hegrave
grave notice that 1M would call the re reon report
port on up for action toaaerro tomsfrowThe toaaerroIM
The Democratic eanfereea ceeI were caned canedto caIIeclba
to to listen te the report and bided tevttedto
to sign it They refused ref to do d so soThey 110They scThey
They said that m mhad Ia as JInIdt as they tJaeyIuI4 theyhad
had not bt been > a eonewKed Ja the de cIeItMra cIeItMratIoM bera berations era eralions
lions they tM would not sign the report reporthowever reportThey reportThey
They will not make a minority uy report reportTiN reporthowever
however howeverThe howeverThe
The principle questions q between the theconferees tJaecoaeree theconferees
conferees coaeree at the test moment were the tbelong theand thebag
long and short haul clause and the time timeduring ttmeuriD timeduring
during uriD < < which rate may be suspended suspendedTbe su suspeodeThe ptIIdecL ptIIdecLThe
The House provision on the tb loor lon and andshort aDd8bort antishort
short haul was accepted and It was wasprovided wasthai wasprovided
provided that rates might be suspended suspendedfor IRI pen ed edfer
for tea months as In th tl t Senate hilL
He treat sell from Belleville A AHuburb AHuburb asuburb
Huburb of JVeYrark te Paiwalo t tJemey to toJersey <
Jersey City ncre R18JIJ the Hadaea Ha ea to toGreater t tGreater toGreater I
Greater New = ew lerlAt York YorkAt YerkAt
At the city ball park be scarcely eearmlygrazed scarcelygrazed carcelyrazed
grazed razed the roofs ef the tall build buildin huEdJugs
in Jugs 108lie Jugslie K
lie circled the flag staff ta ef the thecity thecity thecity
city ball three times gulag elJ lower lewere
e e try ry r time Thea ae he tried to lead laadIn laatlIn leadin
In tile park but when be stepped steppedbis tsppetlhili
his engine the dirigible became becamea
a plaything fer the Triads TriadsBallast ma maDallallt windsBallast
Ballast thrown out the bi Big bal balleca ItalIocR hallees
lees rOBe a little just clearing tean g tile tbeedee tileedJe theedge
edge of the city bah bahOnce hai kuhORce I IOace
Once over tile cIty ceart build btdltlIBI buildlag I Icroud
lag IBI lie threw out a rape which the tkeero theGroh
croud ero Groh d of 100000 people seized te tedrai tslira todrnt
lira the dirigible dlrl ltle deira deiraTile dansThe desaThe
The rape r pe broke ax the descent denceatiraa tleoeatua descentsax
sax ua being aceeaipilNbed a and i the tbeframeirork theIrameTOrk theframework
framework rra was beat la the middle JRhktleIt middleby middleby
by It beia being dashed against a chiai ekimaey I IRey
aey lie mndr a ayliic leap late latetbe lutethe I
the netting holding lIeltll = tit frame fameThe JraweThe frameTke
The vrlad caught ti tie e emit a sad sadcarried ad adcarried atltarrlcd
carried It crews a Park p kIte Keir Ict Icttlus Icttlu letting
ting tlu him narrowly miss hlttla tile tbeOnly tileorlfl theWorld
World orlfl ItHhlla ItHhllaNEW hnil4Iag hnil4IagNEW
Only Compromise CompromiseEXPECTEDOUTCOME in Colum Columbia Columbia Columbia ¬
bia Fight Will fill Inter Interrupt Interrupt InterruPt ¬
rupt Plans PlansXattac Planslooses
looses JII Mn la esnascttsa DeHI cu with the tMof sdtelrs sdtelrsof
of the Qhimbls 01 m National Ban BIIIIIt BIIIIItu an ana merapidly
rapidly asproechtug a bend bendUii
u Uii a compromise la reached hn hnmedtafesiy 1MrnedIUII7 iatnedtalely
medtafesiy It is more than probable prob Ie that thata
a new newhe aadual bask to be etIkend by byhe byhe
he pvt pctseut + ese at official o kia1 staff fr of the Cotum CotumWa CoIDID CoIDIDola Columbia
Wa National and with the decks of ofhat f1lhat 4fhat
hat institution moved oYell over OY ahnost m ma Ina
a body will be beTIM orxantaed orxantaedThe organisedThe
The directors of the Columbia Xa XaUo xatk1tial 3tatkqal
tk1tial Uo l asact this tI a afternoon At AttbLe that thattnte thattin
tnte tin the bjrtcreatins problsm will o tl to tothreslmi 11 11t hethredihtl
threslmi t era rer ss a am Ia and it is even evaabJe nnsb nnsbToe pta ptaable
able that the papers will tIIIea tIIIeaT be sisae sisaeToe
Toe T e JIIOIt property 1t7 912924 F street streetbten hasbeen baa baabeen
been purchased pure by friends of the offi officers officers 1 1een ¬
cers and directors of the Columbia ColumbiaNatieaal CoIwabiaNatlual ColumbiaNational
National and is now vacant t so far u ASthe uthe uthe
the main Ia titter fI II r hr concerned COIICti AfI4 It te the thesite tilesite thesite
site chosen for tbe new a eank ak k tt It Itrbouid Itboal4 itbonid
rbouid be found aeeesaaxy a w to start startone Martone tartone
one oneThe The only consideration eonsIderatioe that will willstop willstop willstop
stop the openinicof opening of anotLer bank i ian III IIIan Ii Iian
an agreement ment between CoL O G Sta Staples Slaplea Staples ¬
ples and his friends who bold a con controlling eoatroUtns controlling ¬
trolling g interest in the Columbia Na Natloaal NatIoIIal National
tloaal Bank and the stockholders stoc who whonow whoIIOW whonow
now find themselves in the minority
Colonel Cflo 1 Staples Ions a bolder of ofIa a alarge alarge
large Ia block of Columbia Nationalstock National Nationalstock NtloaaJltoc
stock ltoc but not a majority and not noteven notevea noteven
even a director recently ntly acquired the thecontrol t tcontrol thecontrol
control paying 36 3 a share for theCammdt theCammack the theCammack
Cammack estate holding and 315 li ashare a ashare Soshare
share for the balance aeeeeaary deeeaar to toSive tosiTe togive
siTe him m control controlIt 1 1tentbn
1 givewas It was wasm washis his h intention In to pf pt6 piece 9e E I South Southard SeanPalkl Southaid ¬
aid Parker in the preside pre prmideixv 1deaey cv and Dd It isreported is tereported isreportfd
reported that Mr Parker ma pardIa8edpart purchasedpart purchased purchasedpart
part part of the Staple holdings holdingsIn
In an effort to xet et together In their theirmutual tbetrmutual theirmutual
mutual interests the th the contingentto contingent ucent opposed oppoeedto
to Colonel Stae Staples holding hold the controlling
interest mter t In the ban bank have v asked for forprice forprice a aprice
price on the latters a holdings boIdln Colonel
k lee has offered to sell his bI stock fer fera
a share Some Someears years ago < < 0 he ten ¬
dered d < < fId his stock at 11 h T 775 a share 8ha The Tbebid Thepresent
present bid price on the Stock Sxchana Sxchanate Ex
te 115 The book value of the stock stockabout stockabout 111
about S2K a shareThe share shareUon ahareThe
The friends of the present reeat adminlstra adminlstran adminlstraeck al8tra
Uon eck eckoffered offered to buy Colonel Staples Staplesstock StaplesBOt Staplesnot
n stock not not Jast int enough to control but a ae
large e block but they refined r < to pay the
pall 3W 38 priceUnder price pricefleers pncUDder
UDder the Jaws It will be imupoaible
to brine about any change Ia the 011
Scars or directors of the bank untilnext until untilnext unUlDeXt
next January except ept through their ownaction own ownaction ownaction
action actionBut actionBut actionBut
But the officers and directors have no
intention of 0 waiting until tJl the new newboard eon eontrot < < < OD ODtrot
trot oC the bulk steps In and lid elects a
board boa1d of 0 directors and officers but have
taken tak the bull by the horns and will
force fie the issue nae in the irmedtate ter ediate fu ¬
ture t
Declares Too Many Bills Are on the Calendar CaIend r That AreOpposed Are AreOpposed AreOpposed
Opposed by the Public Service and andOther andOtherCorpora Other OtherCorporations OtherCorporations
Corporations Corpora tions
Reproet B Hopratontattva awe Cary of t Wfeeeaeta w aa aatejaurgant aR1Mwrpat ashe
he tejaurgant agent BapuliHcin R pt lleaa and a member of ofthe oCtbe ofthe
the jHous foae houm Oanuulttee oa the District Dtetrictor
or Catesabfeu made 68 pointed t ttMI remarks to today todar today ¬
day about the House organization and andthe andthe ad adthe
the way It treated tr 8 District Dl trtet tegfetttea tegfettteayesterday Je legislationyesterday < < l l8tIoII l8tIoIIye
yesterday yesterdayAlso ye yesterdayAlso ter ay ayAlso
Also Mr Gary Cary dropped a few desul desultory de demultety ul ultory ¬
tory remarks about the ttaaaklossnese ttaaaklossneseof
of the Job of looking out for the inter interests tater tatereats latereats ¬
eats of District peopleWhy people peopleWhy peopkv
Why v was District day knocked e out outyesterday t tyesterday tYeMerda
yesterday and a lot of DIlls left un1 unpasa unpasaedr un uned s sed
edr ed ro he counterquestioned counterquestioned terquestloDed m In response responseto re poDlle poDlleto
to a request Q4tIt for or Ala is opinion on the thestatus thestatus thestatus
status of District legislation tier at the thepresent thepre thepresent
present pre eat time timeWhy timeby timeWhy
Why by because beC there were too many manyDistrict man manDIatrIet ninnyDistrict
District bill bills on the calendar that an annoyed annoed annoyed ¬
noyed the 1ntere Interests t and a d the House Houseorganization Houeeorpahadon Houseorganization
organization did ldnot not care to pass pu eat etnup enup eatup
up to the Senate for that august body bodyto bodyto
to smother SI Ot1Jer There was the gas reso resolution rMOluUOn rsolution ¬
lution at1 a t i Commissioner Judson s flnaa Snandal flnaactei ARaDdal
dal bilL bllLOf bilLOf billof
Of c awarse ars Ine we know what the gas gasoestton gas8IdIea gasquestion
question oestton te m WaaMiigtoa do there te teno isno
no use talking about that The Times Timeshas Timeshu Timeshas
has made a good hard fight and I hope hoveIt
it wont ont drop it It will win In th thend tbend the theend
N As 8 for Major Majerwould Jurdaupns per why It itwould
would mean that there wiudd sM be s anllmappropriadom SMaller SMallerto ow oweIIaMe I
appropriadom asked ar sad lase chance eIIaMeto
to get a shce she of them the for the tiacUon trsedencompanies tnedenCOIDpI tiacUoncompanies
companies COIDpI eII the gas company and lid other othert od otherwhy r rcioat
t I cioat dont now why hy I should ahoaidbather shouldbother abouIdbother
bother my head h d about it The old fellows fel fellows fe1low ¬
lows in Congress tell me a man te i a fool foolto toolto foolto
to waste ute time on the people of the theDistrict tIaeDlMrtet theDistrict
District They TINyy say they are too cha chaSomehow cheap
Somehow 1 am beginning to toI suspect suspectthese suspectthese
these the e old fellows s ae ue Hgnt rightAn HgntAn rtctttAB
I An old Congressman a man n who has hasbeen DBDeea hasbeen
been here fifteen yearst yearsme years told me not DOtl long longage Icesage
age < < l that I would find t that the District Districtttple DI8 Dgtrfapeople 1ct 1cteO
people > > eO ttple Ie would call on me for all aorta 80 of ofAors ora ofors i
a Aors ors rs work my head off and all that thatbtrt UIatb thatbu
btrt b were too beastly cheap to spend spe d dcents 2 2cents Zcents
cents on a stamp for a letter to tofrt some somefrtond somefriend
friend frt < Dd of theirs in Milwaukee tIJIbtcbln urginghtan urging urgingbiai
biai to vote for me meThey MeTbc meThey
They Tbc Think It te fine for a man to tocome tocome tocome
come down here h < < e from another city and andv I I
t v irk Ik for f the good of Washington W but butt
t tr v dont even know he has opposition oppositionI CIpIP Mitten Mittenr I
I have a fight t on my hands now and andthe aDdthe andthe I
the traction and lid gas companies eempan of Mil Mltwaukee Milwaukee 11 11Vaak ¬
waukee Vaak are fighting btJD me But I have not notheard notbeard notheard
heard that any Washin Wublntonlan tonian has don donanything doneanything < C Canthl
thing anything anthl to help or intends to do any anything aIIJ1 anythtng ¬
Big Air Craft Plays Tag TagWith TagWith TagWith
With Skyscrapers and andBumps andBumps andBumps
Bumps Chimneys ChimneysLANDING ChimneysLANDING ChimiieysLANDING
Frank Fra I Owens WO 5 Escaping Esca DozenDemos Dozen DozenDeaiiis ozen ozenDeti
Deaiiis Deti s FiaaHy Rescued escUed escUedI e8clled bLiie by byLiaftjwea
Liaftjwea I Liie AoAtea ea ia i lfl Brooklyn Brooklyn2HCW Brook BrookHEY
HEY YORK Jwne 1ItBeMrt 1tR Bbrt bert Oweas Oweasa
a bay suvasett m sasmL L Nt tt aH II lower NeW York Yorkta Terkha larkIn
ta a flatter of urrKsnunt a and d sew sewera sev mveral several ¬
eral era hundred la1lll nlll thousands tM J ef people irou irousaflmg tCII frasithe l lthe
the badldahgs e to the streets today tM r Illy Illysafltac bywaling
waling from Newark X J r across acr the theHudson meH theHudson
Hudson H and andseiapeis over die New Tact Yedcto sky skytcrapas
seiapeis to Brooklyn m III a big WgainIdp diisigi dtriglM dtriglMairship ie ieOwe
airship airshipOwens
Owens 0 Owe apparently tried to tend di directly c1iI direedy ¬
reedy I < < tI7 In w Lib BaM Pack Ae i he JMMrK isoered hev JMMrKtile r rands
ed over tile Mg dpy dpyends hellifags S dIME dIMEadted tiasds
ands ds flocked to ties Ie pack IIIdc to t o await aw t his hisdeaeett htefor btsBlat
deaeett Blat the wind WM WMaes i strong strongtin
for the automat aes I 9t and he gt iaein hMa dIf dtfHie dIfHe
te es es13e
Hie started to doseend open the roof of ofthe OfcIt7 ofthe
the sty aunt befdl seeding g stmcfc a cWm cWmney ddIatiN ei eisqr
ney and smashed tiN ire of ofbaOoon o oaoe ofballoon
balloon aoe In sight of tIM thousands who whowatched whowatded whowatched
watched him breathleas Owens threw threwoat tare tareoat threwout
oat his I II anchor as he stinted brte to riseagain rise riseagate rtkapJa
agate He smashed Ida propeller rodand rod rodat rodtbna
and theca Ia aa dwt te dsoed 1M De begsa Deto
gsa to let the ss GIlt Of die diefIMIII ltha lthaThe
fIMIII 1Ie danpM 1 his read shout d dsctadefesed
sctadefesed t The e gas valve and andhstnled aI aICniti
hstnled is his hisCarnid
Cniti By Ww WwITbe W3uLrho
ITbe wind tIIM t ea rrts rrtsd dhsi tile daeljltgarmo daeljltgarmomaut 0 0lleut
lleut at sereral lieoral era bred feet nheve the thecity ueefty thecity
city court building ba dbIc and the t e eatarted dMgMe dMgMestarted dirlgiestarted
started toward Brooklyn The ateship ateshipswerved afuhipswerved
swerved toward the Brooklyn bridge be bewith bePD began
PD 10 descend again almost to a eve evel
with > thje be roadway nearly JNarl sCrjck ab the tb8M theNew
New M York tower tow < < of tbe bridge and then thenj tben8tarte4 thenstartedBrootdymward
j started startedBrootdymward Brooklynward again pa ac he light ttgbtI lightened
I ened his toad of ballast The test New NewYorkers Newaw NewTerhers
Yorkers saw of tbe big carbped eIpf dgs rhped hal baitoon 1M 1MIt halloos
toon was a as It salted lied over ovarHeight B Bi Brooklyn BrooklynI
i Height H HeightsThe Heightj Wb Wbi
i j The airship took a aI southeasterly sovtbesaterlycourse southeasterlycourse
course fa m Hs Ight wet yer Brooklyn sag saggag sagging c cy
I gag perilonsty y low and narrowly JIIJOWty MOd aridlag awoediag MOdt
lag several t of the t e higher IPerI business bnotoossbuAdf businessbultetngg
buAdf bultetngg gs and steeples teepIe H passed over overThe OYerThe overThe
The crowda m the streets that followedits followed
I its eonrse noticed that It was slowly slowlybut sIOwl sIOwlbat slowlybut
but safely ely dropping and flnaHv 1 at Gates Gatesaatf GatesNoetraDd Gatesand
and NoBtrand avenues It Itdown had com comIdown some somedown
Idown down so dose to earth rUt that the thebranches theI theIbrancho
I Ibrancho branches of a tree hit the gas be bas a ablow ablow ablow
Y Yj
blow that I landed It m a t taagIe tang of e fe fetric ec ecIn
In tric c wIRe directly over the roadway rea4wayI roadwayWarned
j Warned By Cr CreweL CreweLI CrowdOwens w3 w3I
I Owens oe started to grab gr one of thewires the theyell the1II1rs
wires to fret the au when a warming warmingyep WIU1IIIIgyells
I yell went an from tro the crowd Practi Practiand Pnc Pnccally Prsetieally
cally everyone ftY tIe oC the wire was the thesad 1IYeI
and the aeronaut and his II craft were wereFor wecefa werein
I fa bI8taJIt cIaII danger er Of destruction For Fortwo ForI Fortunately
tuaately tM metal work OC tINt tINtstructure reader
I structure 0 of Ute car did not crass any anyI anytwo
two of them ue Cautioned by the crowd crowdOwens crowdOwens wd
I Owens 0 remained quietly in the car un uni UIIW unW
W an alarm was sent la for tIN are ilremen aremen
men i and in less than half ba1 aa hour hourfrom hourfrom hourfrom
from the time his balloon struck they theyhad theyhad
I had arrived with ladders taken tat tatthe Mm tt tti t tI >
i the ground unharmed and got the thewreck theI thewreck
I wreck of 0 the dirigible dlr1Sll le to the street streetOwens streetOwens
Owens 0 started his bi Sight from troaout11ttrt8 the theoutskirts theoutskirts
outskirts of Newark He bad made madea
a successful auu preliminary flight t from fromBelleville fromBelleville fromBelleville
Belleville to Passaic and return retu a dis di8of distance
tance of about boat eve miles aDd h his ma mahID
hID DDMftIIl to De III Ierf cl shape
for the across tile Budeoa HwI Ga andover
over New York Owens intended to totend toJaad toland
tend in City Hall Park and deliver to toMayor toayor toMayor
Mayor ayor Gaynor a letter from Mayor MayorHeifltag MayorHelPiag layor layorHeUIID
Heifltag of Newark The start from fromNewark fromerk fromNewark
Newark erk was made at t 1912 a m and andth aDdthe andthe
th the trip was made with great greataadl speedurn speed speeduntil
until urn the craft came to grief ia at attempting att attempting ¬
tempting t t the CIty Hall Park landing landingHa
Ha 11 Has tHas Had Tkratiag Career CareerAlthough CueerAltllo1l CareerAlthough
Although Altllo1l < < h a mere boy Owen Ow has had hadcindtoa hada ad adtkri11
a tkri11 thrilling career as aD aersmhat In Inei1ldla ineluding
eluding < < half a aoaon narrow escapes e escapesfrom oocapefffrom capes capesfrom
from death In attempting dare devil devilfeats MYIiteat devilfeats
feats In 1 199 1 N he dropped from a aballoon aoJ1ooD aballoon
balloon at a height t of 2m IM feet with withN withtllne withthree
three paroehutts lUaeh1l at surprt N T Ts YrI1a Iduring
during rI1a < < a flremeas s fair He fell several sev several STeral ¬
eral hundred hwlr feet before raising the thefirst theftnrt thef
first f rat parachute paradMlteSoartDC parachutering parachuteSoaring
Soaring soa ring ri riped with this a while b l drop dropped p pped ¬
ped it and fell like a bullet noW taI taIaecoad i isecond t tsecond
second opened acid a CI a then en repeated reDete the theperformance thepertonnazace theperformance
performance with the third On 0 this thisto tbtslaat thislast
last we a trap trapese e Oft which M was wast wasto
to t perform while descending The Tbelast The1a8t Thelast
last parachute collapsed and Owen Owenwas Ow Owenwas n nwas
was hurled earthward at terrific terrificon terrUIcspeed terrificspeed
speed lan4ia land < < on soft earth near a awhen aralr0a4 arailroad
railroad tJaek trio He was unconscious 1IDeOa8clOUBhen unconsciouswhen
when hen found bat no 1 bones oaes were broken brok broken liwoken ¬
en and in ins a few days he was w again augainthrilling againthrilling I ItbrUllnS
thrilling thousands thft tho sands with his Jai aerial aeriala aerialclan aerialdrit
clan DC DCOn
dritluly On July il of Jaet 71 Owen mtsde mtsdee we
a flight in I his dirigible dI lbIoe over 0 Balti Baltimore B8JtImore He ti timore ¬
more and when bin b engine refused ret1l 84l to towork towork towork
work made a spectacular landing on onthe onUte onthe
the roof of the gas companys build bntldtug building MdldJn ¬
tug Jn there He readjusted reac1Jv ted his hl engineand engine engineand dne dneand
and resumed hit Ia flight flightOn SightOn t
On 0 June 4 be narrowly escaped e eapei elec electrocution alectrocutlon ¬
trocution when his gas baa spranic spranica
a leak over Newark and he e fell fellamong fellamonc fellamong
among trolley wires and bad t t8 re remain 1 1maiD remain ¬
main until be was rescued r vary nnteh ueh uehas 1Ith 1Ithhe
as 8 he was today todayOwen todavOWEn todayOwen
Owen Is twentyone years oM and andlias udhas andhas
has been an aeronaut since iN a wax waxintact wassixteen 15
intact sixteen Bis home OIIM Is In BettevJUe BettevJUeN

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