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TEE WASHINGTON W TIMER Tn TFESPAY Y JOE li 1910 S
lOOKING BACKWARD BACKWARDON
ON CAPITOL HILL HILLTaft HILLTaft
Taft Bills Mangled by byLegislative byLegislative byLegislative
Legislative Wheels Sur Surveyed Surf Surveyed
f veyed by byPASSAGE Solons SolonsPASSAGE SolonsPASSAGE
PASSAGE OF FOUR FOURIS
IS NOW ASSURED ASSUREDExecutives ASSUREDExecutives
Executives Friends Find Consola Consolation Consolation ¬
tion in Importance of Measures MeasuresWhich 11easuresWhich
Which Go Through ThroughWith
With the end enc ot Congress Con MII near n nblind at athand
hand there fe considerable looking IoGk Ar back backward backard ¬
ward ard today by the statesman stte OR oi Capi Capitol CPttol ¬
S tol hill and much talk of the deeds deedsthnt deedtht deedithat
that hve been done and th the bills that t tae
ia a ae e bean udol don done up upInter
Interest Inter 8t centers ot course in the Taft Taftleglslativt
legislative > program and the th general generalopinion
opinion is that t J3t Congress Ct r has not eaerall been beeng
g gnerou nerout to t tl the Chief Executive CoII Congress CoIIgress ¬
gress started the big wheels of the lf lElatlve
laUve marhlne December 8 with 1th app pi I Ient Ient i
ent good wIll toward all men and la laespecially zuepecla1ly
especially towsrd the President 1 1Taft bTaft i
Taft in messages me rneeeg and informally mil ana anatrilled ut utiritted i imilled
milled recommendations for the sere sereof e I Iot
of bills on seventeen subjects of togisj legle leglelatlon
latlon Of the bttts on the objectsIntroduced subjects subjectsIntroduced
introduced some have been much con con consiercd
sHered some a little and many have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been buried In the archives of various variouscommittees variouscommittees varloueccminltteee
committees None have reached reaeh the thestatute thestatute thestathte
statute books booksFour booksFour booksFour
Four Bills Go Through ThroughFour ThroughFour ThroughFour
Four numbers of the th program how however however however ¬
ever are certain to be carried out t tfriends and andfriends andIrlends
friends u the President say that their theirImportance theirSmportan
Importance e makes mak a very good show showlrg 1Ibo 1IboirS showirg
irS The others they hope may ms re recIve re recJve reC
cIve C lye better treatment at the short 8 Orls1cn sec secsi seekn
si s1cn kn c a next ne < t winter The Thetanroad raflroad bill star starni rn strnt
ni n mber on the program may be passed passedw
w thin a few days day minus several Im Important Imcrtant impcrtant ¬
portant crtant features advocated by the Presi President l ldmt
dent dentA dmtA dcntA
A bill authorizing the President to towithdraw towithdraw
withdraw public lands from entry has haspassed hoeL
passed the House and another bill on onthe ozithe L
the same subject is near passnse tot Inthe L
the Senate They will have to go through throughthe L
the th hands of the conference committee committeeThe
The two branches branch of Congress Coft eea have havepassed haeJU8
passed JU8 d postal savings bank Mils that thatconflict thait
conflict in many particulars but the thedifferenco tbed1trerenco thtdifference t
difference will ill be settled without much muchtrouble muchtrouble muchtrouble
trouble probably by the acceptance of ofthe orthe 01
the House bill by the Senate SenateMeasures SenateMeasures
Measures Pending Pendingmeasure
A measure providing that the theGevem theGevemment Govern Governinent
inent shall dispose separately ef ngrf atrIcultural agt4I
cultural land underlain with coal will willbe WI WIbe I
be ready for the Presidents signature signaturein
in a few days daysA
A bill for the admission of Arlaona Arlaonaand ArtBOnanJ L
and New Mexico to Statehood has haspassed haspassed
passed the House and another anott L is pend pendins pendinJ nendInr
ins in the Senate but whether further furtheraction furtheraction
action will be taken Is a question tkm Ship SM SMsubcldy
subsidy stirred up a scandal in the theHouse
House and is dent for in this th session sessionFederal 8eMlonFederal seionFederal
Federal incorporation was proposed In Ir
bills blU Introduced Inttod in both branches braneh ot otCongress 0Con olCongreeu
Congress Con rellS but they never xot ot under underheadway undeibeadway
headway A bill to recuiate the issuing issuingrf
rf t inlimctions II apoeared AP eared In the House H u ert
Vit rt did not cot serious eonstteratkm eonstteratkmNine eon tJoa tJoaNine
Nine Conservation Bllls Bllls2ilne 11I1s 11I1sHne
2ilne Hne bills bearinr on consetatation consetatationxv I Iwere
xv were Pno < re presented ok at the instance of the thePresident thePresident th
President but seven of them were weretined dea deatined do
tined never to see the light li < ht A Mil to toIssue to1S11e t tIsito
Issue 80009000 80 0000 worth of Government se secnrities lie lieCUriUf socurktIs
cnrities > 8 to assist the reclamation r < lamaUon proJ proJrets DIOJects projects
ects passed the Senate but was sat up upon upIn ¬
on In the House by Chairman Pavne ot o t
the Ways and Means Committee CommitteeA
A bill for the improvement of f the thepovemnvnt theJOErnmtnt S Sgovernmnt
povemnvnt In Alaska was introduced introducedin i iIn I
in both house ho but not passed L In jj jj1t
ho li Senate the bill when presented be beame be beamp heame
ame the renter ten f r of a mob scene and andas nc1as am i ias
as withdrawn withdrawnSMALLPOX withdrawnSMALLPOX
SMALLPOX GUARDFffiE GUARD GUARDSI
FffiE INTO INTONEGROE INTONEGROEKentuckiarts NEGROES NEGROESKentucki I I
Kentuckians Kentucki lns Guarding the theState theState thlState
State Line Shoot Into IntoHospital IntoHospital IntoSI
SI Hospital Car CarWHEEIING CarWHEELING CarWHEELING
WHEELING W Va June 14 14Ken 14KentuckJans Ken Kentucklans
tucklans guarding gualdl their State against againstinvasion against1nvuslon it
I invasion by b smallpox victims kWedtWO killed killedtwo d dtwo
two men and wounded several others othersat otbereat othet 5
at Crum W Va Va today toda when heft they theyopened theyopened the theopened
opened fire from the Kentucky aide of ofthe ofthe c
the Tug branch of the Big Sandy ndy river riveron rtYeron rivi rivion
on a hospital car on the Norfolk and andWestern andestern andWestern
Western estern railroad train which was wascrowded wascrowded wascrowded
crowded with negro patients patientsThe patlefttaThe patientsThe
The Kentuckians had beard that the
West Virginia authorities authrIt1e9 intended to toship toship toship
ship the patients across the river and andaD andan
ftn armed crowd which hurriedly gath gathered gathered gathered ¬
ered on the Kentucky shore fired across acrossthe
the narrow stream strea into the crowded crowdedcar crowdedcar crowdedcat
car before explanations could enuI be made madepoNe
A posse has been
organized to
ar arrest arrest arrest ¬
rest the men who did the shooting and
further bloodshed is expected x ted as the
Kentuckians are in a desperate dl pente mood moodBUYERS moodBUYERS mendBUYERS
BUYERS TESTING TESTINGEGGS TESTINGEGGS TESTINGEGOS
EGGS RECEIVED RECEIVEDCandling RECEIVEDCandling RECEIVEDCandling
Candling Process Now Used by byWholesale byWholesale byWholesale
Wholesale Merchants to Cull CullOut CullOut CullOut
Out the Bad for Protection ProtectionNearly ProtectionNearly ProtectionNearly
Nearly all of tile tll Washington ton whole wholerale whoiepale boIeJe
pale Je prepuce merchants m who handle handleega h8lMJ1ebgs hontlineggs
eggs for the ioteal 1oba1eGllhpiPtJon JObal coasupipUon are now nowtaking tIOW tIOWtaking nowtaking
taking the precaution to 0 candle Cl le all eggs eggsreceived etmreehed ogreceived
received In the city cityEach cityEach cityEach
Each year about this time bad eggs eggsare ensare eggsare
are frequently found among the nearby nearbysupply nearbysupplY neerhysu1p1y
supply and nd unless the entire receipts receiptsare rep
are candled it Is I impossible for the themerchants themerchants
merchants to know when they are sell selling esuing l lfnJ ¬ I
ing the strictly fresh f eggs In the thecandling thecandling I
candling process It frequently happens happensthat happensthat heppenthat
that from three to five dozen bad eggs eggsare gs gsare 1 1are
are found in a case containing thirty thlrt thlrtozen
dozen dozenThe dozenThe ozen I
The average receipts of eggs in Wash ¬
ington In ton daily is estimated to be about
1000 cases or nearly nrl JWOOO lOO 00 eggs Of Ofthis Ofthis Ofthis
this number the loss in candling is isabout 18about Isabout
about one dozen to the case for the thenearby thertarby therearby
nearby eggs and about two dozen to the thecase theca theS
case ca e for the West Virginia Vlrgi and Tennes Tennessee Ten TenBElt TenuesS ¬ S
see eggs The bad eggs which ordinar ordinarily ordlnarIh ¬ S
fly would be sold to the consumer are aretaken aretaken aretoken
taken out and shipped bade to the far farmer Carmer farruer ¬
mer who suffers the ION Of the 90099 3
dozen eggs received here dally it is es estimated ea eatlmated entimated ¬ S
timated that about two thirds of them themarc tbemnre th5mare
arc strictly fresh h the other one third thirdbeing t thirdbeing I Ibeing
being cold storage > eggs received from fromw
New w York and New Jersey Jers y
D EMOCRATS GATHER GATHERIN
IN KEYSTONE KEYSTONESTATE STATE
Convention C onvention Expected to In Indorse Indorse Indorse ¬
dorse C L Munson for forGubernatorial forGubernatorial forGulernatorial
Gubernatorial Candidate CandidateAiLLBNTOWN CahddateALL1JNTOVN CandidateLINTOSVN
AiLLBNTOWN LINTOSVN pa June H UScores UScoresor 1tSCOtlSPennsylvania Scores Scoresof
of ofad Pennsylvania Pe nByJ8nla Democratic leaders leadersadvance leadersaclvanee
advance ad vance guurd of the State convention conventionwhich conventIonwblch
which wh whha ich opens here tomorrow are on onhand onhaDc1
hand ha hath nd today Jockeying for delegates for forthe torthe
the th thna e various rious candidates for the guber gubernatorial gubernatorial gubertorlal ¬
natorial na torlal nomination nominationC notpinatlonLenin
C Lame Munson of WllUamsport Wl1llams Ort is isthe Istho
the th e general choice of the leaders for forgovernor torgovernor
governor go vernor but W H Barry of Chester Chesterand Chesterand
and an anop d Webster W ter Grim of Doylestown who whoopened whoopened
opened op opbo ened headquarters here today are areboth areboth
both bo bopl th determined to make aflght for the theplace theplace
place pl ace Muneon lIu 80n however has the sup support suppOrt ¬
port po rt of Col James M Guffey the Demo Detnocratie Demoerat1o
cratie cr etlo State leader and the organiza organization organlzatlon OigsnIzan ¬
tion tionState the n
tlonStato
State Senator Arthur G Bewail will willundoubtedly 111 111undoubtedly
u undoubtedly un be the ohoice for second secondplace secondplace secondace
p place pl plbe ace Mayor Michael Ltebl LIeIJ > l jr has
b been be en proposed for secretary of 11 Internal Internalaffairs nternalaftalrs
affairs ai fairs and Is receiving r eivlnr strong support
It Is probable that a Philadelphia hUa lpbl8 man manwill maltwill
will wi ll be named 1Md for State treasurer
The platform outlined by the leaders
ti today to day lncludelJ ballot retonn tariff re re
vfcrfon vi sion strict business 1 accounting in all allunnecessary aU
tate t departments ron and the
dlminatlon or unnecessary unnecea state o oDISCUSS of S
rt
I
DISCUSS ti I I I iscuss RECEPTION RECEPTIONTn S
Tn ROOSEVELT HERE HEREJ HEREChan1ber HEREhamber
t
Chamber C of Commerce Will WillTake WillTake WillTake
Take Up Matter at To Tonights Tonighs Tonights ¬
nights Meeting i iThat
1
That Washington should have ba 5 a aRoosevettJan aRoo L Looseveldan
J RoosevettJan Roo R celebration and hand handshakhig baoosbaklD handhklfl
s shakhig hklfl < of her own to the opinion of ofW ofW a t tF
i W F Gude president of the th Chamber Chamberof r rCommerce
of o Commerce and other members of ofthat ofthat o C Cat
t that th at body and when the tit chamber chambermeets eh lmeet8 r rOt
i fl meets Ot tonight the urbposkJen n will he hediscussed bedilJc1 b h hcuised
discussed discussedM d < Md cuisedQude MdXt
M Xt > Gude believes 1HIIIev a formal invita invitation iAviUltlon iRVften ¬
tion th en should 8boukIbe be extended to Colonel ColonelRoosevelt ColonelRoo Colon I
Roosevelt Roo R immediately upon his h return returnto I II
t to t e New York to visit his old friends friendshi frteDdflIn friendn S
tI
hi I n Washington Wubtn and give e thorn an op opportunity opportualt ¬
opa
j portunity p to show Mm that they are areJust arejut ar a
j Just J ust as enthusiastic over his return to toAmerica toAmerica h Li
hr
America A as New York or any other othercity othercity otheity r
city c < ity to It is proposed to make the re reception reCeption reeption ¬
ception c a terse national tionai event ettlOme ettlOmetbl eyanteoming some something ¬
thing tbl ing that will go down in history hhttorTMr historyMr historyMr
Mr Gude in I speaking of the plan said saidthere 88Idthere se
1 there th ere has been considerable talk of the theformer thetormer th e
thIi
j former f ormer President coming COI coeeiti I to Washington Washingtonbefore WublD Wsabtntoi ton tonb Ii
before b going pl West to irake ake some somespeeches someapeeChee sum S
speeches apeeChee s and that the city cat should be beprepared berepared h S
hI
repared > to give gt him a rousing recep reception leeeption I ¬
renepI
tion t In the event be comes her He Is Isof IsC I I
of o f the opinion that a monster parade paradewould paradwould paredould S
would w ould add to the occasion occasionI oocon ooconI
I will bring the matter before Jhe JheChamber JI I Ihamber
Chamber C of Commerce mild Mr Gttde Gttdebecause Gtdbecause Gdebeuse
ChamMLel1leCM because 1 < MjMc k It t is aroper oper tht that thatody the theody
ody 04 sbotffmftk sh shoU hik all I the arrangements arrangementsand arran ta C Cnd
and a nd represent repr t the t e dtteens of Washing qln qlnton S Son ¬
t ton on in this th matter matterWe matterWe materWe
We should begin planning at t 1 once oncesbo i
There should sbo uM be no delay Y even though thoughwe h hee
we learn n that Mr Roosevelt t will not notvisit us
visit v lalt us before fall I personally perosaII7ertain 1IJ feel feelcertain feertain
certain c rtain He will accept a our ur invitation invitationand invitstIornd
and a adI nd I trust the chamber win agree ree Withlate wit With WithKie
late KieSTRIKE lateSTRIKE
5
STRIKE AT AN END ENDBUILDERS ENDBUILDERS
BUILDERS ASSERT ASSERTI F
I Declare Fact That One Hundred HundredCarpenters HundreCarpenters undr d dCarpenters
Carpenters Remain Out Does DoesNot DoesNot DoesNot
Not Affect Operations OperationsWith
With the return to work Unlay of oftwentyseven oftw c f
twentyseven tw t tYHven union carpenters whohave wh who whohave 0
have been OB a strike for more than thana tluLnweek tha thaa it
a week and the promise promi e of a dosen dosenothers dOdnother dose n nothers
others to assume their old place pl c to tomorrow tomorroW t ¬
morrow the contractors and builders buildersof S
of Washington today look upon the thestrike theetrlke Ui a
UiL8
strike as being bel n practically over as asfar astar s sfar L8
far as they are concerned concernedOfficers coocernedOtn concernedOIcers
Officers Otn n of the Builders League to today toay tcday ¬
day ay announced that every builder in inVasnington InWallbln I IWashington
Washington Wallbln ton has carpenters at work worktoday worktday wor worcdy
today t and that the fact that a hun hundred hundred Misdred ¬
dred or so members of the carpen carpenters carpenten I Iers ¬
ten t ers union Oa remain out wit u not no af affect a afeet I Ieet ¬
feet f eet their operations operationAlthough operationsA1lboug operationsAlthough
Although all the builders are em employing employing I ¬
ploying carpenters rPf > nters the majority of ofthem ofthlm If f
them t are ar holding open a certain num number number nunter I ¬
ber of places for the old union men menin menIn me a an
in I n the event they return to work
OFFICE O IS CREATED CREATEDAT
AT G W UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITYJoseph
Joseph J R R Curl Becomes Sec Secretary Secretary Secretthy ¬
retary of Department Departmentof
5 of ofJav ofJavIn Law LawIn JlvIn
In order to relieve the dean of admln admlnistratve admlnIstratve admiristrate
istratve i details and correspondence In Inconnection Inconnlctl inonniti
connection connlctl c n with the law department the theoffice theoffic thethct
office offic o ol thct of seoretary of the department of oflaw oflaw ofaw
law l aw iris Just been created by b the board boardof
of o f trustees of the George Waehlni WashingtonUniversity Washington WashingtonUniversity ton tonUnlveI8lty
University UniversityIt
It Is now recognized by the best b t law lawschools Jawschoollll lawthools
schools s said the professor that tfle tfleprofessional Ueprofe tZierofessional
professional profe p elonaJ teacher like his conferees confereesin
in I n Europe must engage in literary ac activity activit acivity ¬ I
tivity tivit t In order to advance to the extent extentof
of o f his ability In the science of the law lawIt lawt I
It I t is necessary therefore that at the deaR deaashould deaRshould deanhould
should s be as free as possible po lble to engage engageIn engaieIn
In i n sush su h activities actIvItiesIt
It was a recognition of this fact that thated
led l ed the trustees tru8t to create this ofn ofSlee ofileeS e
Joseph R Curl B C graduate gr duate of S
George Washington University class of
P 06 1 has been chosen to lift this office ofliceS
He te a Washington a hlgton boy and r young S
man of ability and tact For the past pastw
two t w year yez e he has been acting acU as P11 priWilliam P11at p11vate
vate at itretarl crretar to the retiring dean S
William J Vance VanceMr anee anceMr
Mr Curl won the second Davis prize
prizeS
incoiage i ncoe for excellence exeell e In public speak ¬ S
ing l ag He to president of the athletic at letlc speakS as associaion a asocia asocIion S
sociaion socia on and member of Sigma Phi
Epsllon Ep t on Fraternity FraternityCapital FraternityNO
5
NO JUMP EXPECTED EXPECTEDIN
IN PRICE OF MEAT MEATCapital MEATCapital S
Capital Will Not Be Affect Affected Affected Affected ¬
ed in Increase Increa e Say SayDealers SayDealers SayDealers
Dealers DealersThe
The increase In the price of beet and andp andpl1c an I Iprk
p pl1c > rtc in other parts 1Nl of the country will willnet willM1 I Inat
net affect Washington W88bIn II according hlf to tothe toth It I Ithe i
the < statements of a number of provision prOYi8tORdlJers 1 1deJers
de dlJers J rs in this city cityTe cabT cityTe
Te T increase however has been put pit t
Jmc c ifeet feet in New York city clt and I
throughout tb gtIout the North generally with
the result that t t today beef there is bring
trig from 11 to 14 cents a pound whole wholesale
sale la Washington the price was ad advanced advanced adYs3iced ¬
vanced about three months ago and un ¬
less I there hi a decided increase tncc
in the thewholesale Utewhole th C Cwholesale
wholesale le price f f cattle the dealers dealersaeeert dMJersrt S Sassert
aeeert rt that the present eDt prices will willstandr wil II IIThe
standr standrThe stand standTb
The < reasons given ve by r the local deal ¬
ers for tbe pre preout present llfh high prcM Is tbat th S I
then JII a shortage bor e 0 of eatUe through
out the Eat One of the dealers in I S i
speaking ef the situation today said sat iI
that during the past week w k the whole bole 5 5that ¬
sale sal price of beef had increased d one
quarter of o a cent per pound or about t
8 per carcase which figuring on the theI th 0
number num er of cattle
he killed
a year yea Hl
I would ould mean a decrease deer in his hi profits
of about 290o The price rt he maln
o talus is already as high M It is s pee poaI S 5
I sible to put it and make the sales salesvu
Durln During tie vu tntoi past t yCar c ear i the i price price ot ii l C
wheat has h ha increased Incrfa e4 to a snub Mh an ex exI ¬
tent that t the farmers wo wovl U I rather rath r
sell u their grain raln than use it to feed fee
I cattle and therefore there are arepracU practi 5 ¬
cally no cattle raised raisf > d In the East as a 55
compared with several MeYflra years ago agoi agoIREFRIGERATORS agoREFRIGERATORS
i REFRIGERATORS I USED USEDARE USEDARE USEDARE
ARE OF HIGH GRADE GRADEInstalled ORADEInstaIl GRADIInstalled
Installed InstaIl in Homes BuiU Bui by Ken Kennedy Kennedy I Inedy ¬
nedy Brothers at Cost of
47 Each EachAn EachAn
An advertisement adYe dt of a cortain make makeof makeof melt S Sc Scof
of refrigerator reri erator printed in last Sun Sundays n ndays 1 1days ¬
days issue ue of The Times brought btou ht out outthe or tt ttthe t
the fact that Kennedy Brothers Broth promi prominent prominent prout i ineat ¬
I nent builders of this lbl city olt have installed installedthis lasta1l lastailtthis cl clthis I
this make of rcfricerater < to houses houseswhich boueewhleh to towhich
which they have built and nd will 111 install Inst B
then in houses bou e to be built builtReference builtReference
Reference to the range of prices of r r
I this make of refrigerator refnen tol was made In Insuch Insuch I a aSi
such vay as possibly 1 to clve slv the in 1 Si
feront > that a lowpriced refrigerator refrigeratorwas rctrJ 8l8 H Hwas
was btfia installed Sn As a matter of f r
fact the type of refrigerators out inte ml e k
these houses built b llt by Kennedy K dY Broth Brothera B Brotierr oth others
era is one of the hitches hi eiK grades listed listedat hiatt hiattat
at J47 J47JEWESS 4 4jEWESS 47 47JEWESS
JEWESS LEAPS FROM TRAIN TRAINKEIFK TRAINKEIFJ S SKIFF
KEIFK Russia June 14 1A A Jewish Jewishgirl J Jewh wieh wiehgirl hi higirl
girl who had been ordered expelled from fro In
town jumped fr6tn th the window of an anexpress anexpre s fl flexpress
express s train upon which she was being heir Is
taken to Odessa Na She was picked tip r Ip
alive but insensible In enllible Violent t melancholia Ia
had been brought on by mental distress distressover distress4Vr distre is isover
over lose of her right of residence here her Os
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dar Elbowed Out Un Unceremoniously Unceremoniously Unceremoniously ¬
ceremoniously ceremoniouslyHOPE ceremoniouslyHOPE ceremoniouslyHOPE
HOPE IS DWINDLING DWINDLINGFOR DWINDLINGFOR
FOR CONSIDERATION CONSIDERATIONGas
Gas G as Bills Affecting Pockets of All AllCitizens AUCitizens
Citizens Appear Doomed to toLeftover i iLeftover
Leftover Pile PileMombcrs Pileor
Mombcrs of tho House interested tBd in inlectalatlon nJe
lectalatlon Je l I8IaUon for the DI Hetri t have almost atatoctabandoned a1mcNItabaDdoned almostbandOned
abandoned a hou hone or obUinlnr another anothwDistrict
District Day D during durin this session al althoutrh JUthouh
though it te 1 generally Jon ra1l7 admlttod that Uuttthere thatthEfe thathere
there t hns never been more mor important laiporUtntleRielation lm nt ntleJl8latlcn
leRielation l on the District calendar at atthe atthe t tthe
the end ot a fenlon fenlonThe seuslonm eNJonThe
The m futility of aa attempt to have ha a aday aday aay
day d ay Mt aside for the consideration of ofDi ofDItt1ct ofDItt1ct
Di DItt1ct rtct bills however how wer was shown by byth b b1M byhe
th 1M t vot vote ol > yesterday YMtord Y when hen CKainnan CKainnanSmith CbaJnnanSmith the1nnauSmith
Smith or the District Committee had hadhie hadhhi hdhis
his entire calendar eaJend r sidetracked i iy > y a avote avote avote
vote of 387 ST te 35 3 The majority of those thosevoting thoSevoting
voting votln t to observf th the reenlar ar District Districtday Dttrlctday Districtay I
day d ay were foro members mam of the District Com Committ ComntlUef Cornnutted
mitt ntlUef ntlUefA nuttedA f fA
A resume of o be work done by the
Hou House e1urlm e vlurlnsr the saMton so far ae a the
District Is concerned shows HUM hunts huntsation fte
latkm l of o a reneral character characterRoutine c characterRoutine t r rRoutine
Routine Legislation Only OnlyThe OnlyThe
The bin have ooRoerned conosrnednminly nmtoly y ystreet minor minorstreet misertreet S
street S Improvements tm lOemenJS and the thehas th legislation legislationhas lenlilsUenhas
has b been en n of a routine character on the thewhole thewhole thewhole
whole wholeThere wholeTliere wholeThere
There are Ifeft ft en the Dtoiriot ealea ealeadr eJeadare
dr however with without t a chases of oflase f s pea peasage s ssaee S
sage considering con the present temoer of ofConcrose oCConJfeH S
Congress a large number of most u im important 1Iaorlant important ¬ S
portant bills that ace xsneral hi their theirnatvre theirnat1lre
natvre aw n in which the entire Dtetriot Dtetriotand trtatand Dstz4 Dstz4and S
and not one single section is more or orlees Ofl orless
lees l iIIS in Inf 1 esCed esCedRene ad adRtf I Iflert
Rene jd heriai were held on the thesereta theH1 tbtsever
sever H1 gas bills before the tJMDt8triet tJMDt8trietCo District DistrictCommittee DtstrIclcomoittes
Committee Co Uoe That committee t AnsJIr y re reoerteA re reDOrtec x xnerted
oerteA out amid a chorus of o oubltc DUbI pubiksporoval I IapwoY8l
aporoval measures mea ures reduchwc the mice miceof ndcfi I
of gas to M cent and vrohtbtttmr < the thesss thtuas i
sss s companies from indiscrhninsitely Indacrtmt telY is issutnx 1ft 1ftDC isq4g I
sutnx DC bepd ai and cartWct rtldcat i of indebted indebtedness lDdebtedTReM Indebtedflees ¬
ness These two bills I III steeling the thepocket thtpocket I Ip
pocket p of every consumer in tb the Dis District 11 11riot ¬
riot are now to 0 be on the Dtotrtet IJIeI legs lejcttltkm 1eIIIlst1on legslat1on
j ttltkm leftover pile irtleLoan olleLoan pileLoan
Loan Shark Bill BillThe I IThe
The House Hou committee went into an anexhaustive ax axexhaustive I 1 1exhau
exhaustive exhau Ue Investigation hTe of the so socalled socalled
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called loan shark a evil la the Dl Dltrict DIa DIatrict
trict finding ftndln Instances where as high highas ht highas < h I i
as IS I per cent per annum anDU is t being beingcharged bel bela I
charged cA lred salaried luted employee emplo for small smallloans amatloans I i
loans loansThe loansThe
I
The committee reported a bill to toprohibit ti I Iproblblt
tiI
prohibit the charging of more than thanHr X I
per cent a month interest This TkI bill billtoo bilnannot 1
too cannot be bronchi to the atten attention aUenlion ¬ I IUon
lion of the HOUS because the DIe District DIetrl Dl Dltrier ¬
trict trl t has been n hoodwinked out of two twoDistrict tw I
District days ar This Mil bOlthe has nesuu esr esrthe I
the Senate in almost the same nesuuC sha shaas Iaaas shop C
as it might ml bt pass the House e and mix mixbecome JRi mijir mijirI t tbeeome
become a law within a week If j it itwere Itwere 1 1were I
were sent to conference conferenceSeventeen conferneeYnteen conferenceSeventeen
Seventeen Ynteen hundred teachers t rs aad aadthousands ILIa ILIath01l8nds anithousands
thousands of their friends have 1uL Ye bee beeurging t turgiDC beeiurging
urging the pftajure of the teachers teachersretirement teac teacretirement teocknretirement
retirement fundTbul tuna bUt for the relief o osuperannuated of of8uperannuated osuperannuated
superannuated teachers tclt some of ofwhom ofwhom 0 0whom
whom have haY been years in the public publicschools p pabitschools Ue Uechoola
schools of the Capital Similar pres pressure preaure preesure ¬
sure ure has been behind along the thelinea same S
lines for or the retirement of policemem policememand poJlee poJleeand pohicemsiand I SI
and tiremen tiremenThirtythree ItremenThirtythree iiremenThirtythree
Thirtythree on Calendar CalendarBoth CaleIUlarBoth CalendarBoth
Both these bills bill received favorable favorablereports fayorablereports e ereport
reports from the District Committee Committeeand Committeeand a aand
and must go o over until next rear ac according atcordhag according ¬
cording to present prospects prospectsIn
In all all thirtythree bills bill on all the theDistrict theDtatrlct tb C CDItrict
District calendar await the pleasure pleasureof pJeaaurot
of the House e Some of them have havebeen haveDeen hay haybeen
been there for weeks 0 This condi condition tondlUOR condidon ¬
don is partly brought brou bt about by thr thrfact thrfact th
br
fact that certain members or 0 th thHouse thHou thHouse >
House e have shown a disposition to totalk t ttlk ttalk >
talk to death District Dl trlet day during durf dunn dunnthe ng
the present pres nt session 8e An entire M < n nday aday
day has been devoted d voted sometimes sometimesthe to tothe tothe
the passage p of a single 8ha le bill which whicthe hich hichthe
the chairman of the committee committeethought committeethougbt committethought
thought should have been passed passedminor LWIed1thln passe passewithin
within 1thln 8 half hour owing to I Iminor it itminor
minor character chattICterThis characterThis
This together with Ith the fact that thatthe tntthe the t tthe
the House Hou e considers It not at all 1m 1mproper 11 11proper 5 5proper
proper to dispense dt pense with District days daystoward day S Stoward I Itoard
toward the end of the session is t re respensible I Ispensible
spensible for the crowded condition conditionk a
of the calendar calendarPRESSMEN caJendTPRESSMEN calendarPRESSMEN
PRESSMEN INSTRUCTED INSTRUCTEDInstructions INSTRUCTEDInstructions INSTRUCTEDInstructions
Instructions which yet et remain secret secretof ecretare I Iare
are today In the hands of the del delegatt tN tNof s sof
of Pressmens Council No o 73 73S of 0 CL the theNational tbeNaUon ie ieNational
National J Union who are to taUeIIdthe taUeIIdtheNational attend the theNational tb e eNational
National Assembly to be held at Py P r rfl ¬
thian Temple on June Junel 2t 21 The dele delegates del delg delgates fl ¬
han g gates will be headed by John J Cala Calahan CalaWatch L Lban
Watch for a a city at Randle Highland HighlandAdvt HlghlandlAdvt C CAdvt
Advt
W H MAUPIN MAUPINDIES mES mESOF S
OF TYPHOID FEVER FEVERNews
News N ews From Arizona Tells of ofDeath ofDeath
Death of Former Dis District Dismct ¬
trict Boy There ThereNews ThereNews
News of the death of W H MaUpin MaUpIftof
of o f Washington from tom typhoid fever In InArizona InArizona
Arizona A oA rizona h hirn s just been received hre hereHe hreHe hree
He H He e was 88 bora in the District and attend attended attended attendd ¬
Hpo ed e d the local schools Later he was ap appointed appointed npinted ¬
pointed po inted a cadet on the thit St 51 Louis of the theAmerican th thAmerlCR hidmerican
American A line which place he filled un until untll ¬
Ati
til ti l he was twentyone He was then thenplaced thenplaced thenlaced
placed p laced on the Ohio a8 e assistant asel tant quarter quartermaster quartermaater
pm ph master m aster and sent aeutto to South America upon uponhis uponbls uponis
his h is return being b lDg piomored pl > m ied to quarter quartermaster quarterBlAster quarteraster ¬
master m aster of the Paris of the same line lineHe lineHe
He married a aslater sister sl ter of Jerome Myers Myersj I
the th thy e East Side artist of New York two twoyears twoears
veers y ears later He R then left the sea and andecame andbecame andecame
became b ecame iuerested 1u1ere ted in raining mIRingHe mIningHe
He spent seven months in Alaska In InNovember InNovember Inovember
November N TtT he left New York and andtraveled andtraveled andaveled
traveled tr Ntr far north above N Nome me through throughice throughlee
ice I ce and nd snow in the interest of a a New NewYork NewYork Nework
York ork corporation hag a team of elev eleven eleven eleyn ¬
en e n dogs dogsReturning dogRHuruing dogsReturning
Returning from Alaska la8ka he went to toYoungster toArtaor toAniaotn
Artaor where he died diedrOLIGESEEKING diedPOLICESEEKING
rOLIGESEEKING MAN MANGIVING MANGIVING
GIVING BOY lI LIQUOR LIQUORYoungster UOR UORYoungster
Youngster Drinks From FromFlask FromFlas FromFlask
Flask Flas of Whisky and Falls FallsInto FallsInto FallsIntoa
Into Intoa a Stupor StuporI
T will never touch another t sr drop rsp of ofThta orJIq1Ier ofiquor
JIq1Ier l as kills as I Jive JiveTId8
This was the statassoMt Kt made today todayby todyby todayS S
by Kftward Sulttvaa tae fourteenyear fourteenyearold te7Mr te7Mrold S
old boy who was found t tatosdeoled JaoxIcIa1e4nl last lastnight lastnight
night nl < bt ic 1 an fl abandoned hack on a wharf wharfat
at the foot of Eighth street southwest southwestIm southwestTm t trm
Im feeling f 1IDs all right today eon eoninued eollbnae4 eontinned
tinned the boy but It has been beea80ft a les lesson he heson ¬
son that I win never forget Xamma hi hiat Ieat isat
at the Pettee Court MOW to swear ear out t a awarrant awarrDt 1warrant
warrant for the man a that gave me the thewhisky UtewI theYoung
whisky whiskyYoung 8k7Youq
Young SnIKvar with wlt 1 several MY compan companions oompenIons ¬
ions IoU was wU playing pIa along the river front frontwhen frontwhen frontwhen
when he wall we approached by a a maa maasomewhat Maat mansomewhat
somewhat t under the influence of liquor liquorThe lIqUOlThe liquorThe
The man lives on the outskirts out ldrtli of the theDistrict therutrlet therietniet
District Some of them knew naew him by byname b bname byname
name and spoke to him himTaking himTaIdJac hintT
Taking T a Hank from his pocket he hehanded hehan hohn
handed hn ed to the SuLhran Sun Ivan boy and UIdthat Insisted Insistedthat insistedthat
that he drink from fre It II A few minutes minuteslater lDiatNlater minuteslater
later the boy feL to the ground JrrOUJIdr in a astupor astupor astupor
stupor His HI companions JoD8 carried hm mm to tothe tothe tothe
the old hade where they worked over overhim ewerblm overhim
him for several eraI hours m the hope of ofkeeping ofkeepine ofkeeping
keeping the fact that he was wasfrom mtoxtoated mtoxtoatedfrom IBtexteat6dfrom
from his mother motherSpecial motherSpecial
Special 8 Policeman C H Hfoved Banagaa Banagaafound Baiieganfound
found the boy and bad hint s Met t to the theEmergency theEme theEinergety
Emergency Eme er y Hospital o Later his mother motherwas 1IIOtbernotUied mothernotifted
was notified and went to the hospital hospitaland hospitaland
and took him home homeBALDWINS bOClMBALDWINS homeBALDWINS
BALDWINS ESTATE ESTATEWORTH ESTATEVORTH ESTATEWORTIT1
WORTH 10930801 10930801LOB
LOB L ANGELES iGELU June 14 HTIle The offi official Mrlclal 1 1cial ¬
cial inventory of the tb estate of the late lateE lateEo lateB
E J Baldwin filed la the jrCJte jrCJtecourt rotate rotatecourt robatecourt
court today fixes UtI3It1U tt lZ 3 S Pl l2 as the thetotal thetoW thetotal
total value of t his hi estate real and andpersonal an4pen6Da andpehbnaI
personal personalThe pen6DaTbt pehbnaIThe
The personal pe onl property is listed at t
JXlSTTi1 W 1 Th thoroughbred thoroU < hb1d horses horsesof horsesof
of the t I millionaire turfmans famous famousstables famoustotabi famousetabhe
stables totabi are listed lI1t < d at 15 5 and sse 50 each eachThe M echThe h hThe
The real estate 1tat is appraised at a total totalor tot1nr totalOf
or insi2or 1116J n nDEAFNESS i iI
DEAFNESS CUREDI CURED
I have demonstrated that thatdeafness thatdeaffe5s thatdeafress
deafness can be cured curedDr curedDr curedDr
Dr Guy GuyClifford Clifford Powell PowellTh
Th The secret of how to UM the myst m mysterious mysteriousasd rioas rioasand s saDd
and Invisible nature forces forc s for the cure CU of ofDeafness orDeaf ofDeefn
Deafness Deaf and Head Xola No Noises has at last bees beeaDr IMea6Ieeovend beesdiscovered
discovered bt u t femusi PhPtdaa Phy1ctaa5cCestis4 Phy1ctaa5cCestis4Dr 18C
Dr G Gt17 y ClIfford Powell Deafness and H Bead d
Xoiaes No AMlppear as If by magic under ua tb tbS tIMMe tIM theas
S Me as ot this nfff Mid woeseru won riu IU discovery dtecoT nr H Hwill Hwtli ICC ICCwill
will MIMI d all who mff eaSer r from DeatoeM aa4 aa4H aMRMoII 4 4Ilead
H RMoII M N NoIses to full Information oft hew t Ut the ey may be becured becsnd
cured absolutely free no o matter hour boWth a seg s
they th have b bfttI i deal or what moreS tb theIr thsdeaf theIrdeafness tr trdeafaesc
deafness deaf ThU n m marHtou rrIou Trta Treatment rt Is kr ao aostepie assImple
= sImple natural and e rtabt that you ou win winbefora WIRweeder
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weeder r why It was s iere before beforalarestlgators beforeiniestigatori
larestlgators are ssteSkad toakr fd and cwr cnoeI < l lti us
ti nts tliemselree marvel narr 1 i > tb the M eulck re reAay insults insultsAny
Any deaf person can hav ba hae full Ittttxmao Ittttxmaohow IIIfWlBlLtJoahow
how to be cured quickly Mid cored to star starcaned staycured y yt1Jd
caned at home without ut foresting a cent centWrit C8DLrll reaLWiIre
WiIre Writ rll tMay t ay to Dr Guy CIMterd CI Powell GCU GCUBank a2Jqnk itlIBank
Bank Building Peoria III and get fell tm tmformatlrtn 11Ifnrmatl R RfntIsfl
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1403 to 1415 S C Ave S E
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V VATICAN MAY YIELD YIELDAND YIELDAND YIELDAND
AND PEACE FOLLOW FOLLOWStorm FOLLOVIStorm FOLLOWtorm
S Storm torm of Protest Over Papal En Encyclical Encrc1ica1 Encyclical
cyclical Expected to Have HaveResults HaveResults HaveResults
Results ResultsBBRlaN ResultsBERtiIN ResultsBERtfl
BBRlaN June HAs the result of
the t he Increasing excitement la Prussia Prussiaavaria
Bavaria B Bo avaria and even ev the Catholic kingdom kingdomof om omor
of o r Saxony over the papal encyclical 1caJ It
Is believed b Ueved that the Vatican will yield
The German ambassador to Rome and andardInal
Cardinal C Cw state Secretary del Val are arewt areworkIng areorking
workIng w Ct wt rkinjr > together for a peaceful solu solution ¬
ion t of the difficulty difficultyThis dSmcUyTbIs
This Is expected to take the form of
an a n explanation from the Vatican that
will w ill briasr bringabeut abeut peace peaceDROPS peaceDROPS peaceDROPS
DROPS DEAD AT FIRE FIRENBW FIRENEW FIRENW
NEW ORLEANS June 14 14Edward Edward J
Ryan R Rd yan assistant fire chief t has dropped
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dead d ead at a fire He had served con ¬ S
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tinuously in the fire department for S
fiftytwo f years
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BAVARIAN FLOODS FLOODSENDANGER FLOODSENDANGER FLOODSENDANGER
ENDANGER AMERICANS AMERICANSQBBRAMMBRGAU AMERICANSOBERUIM AMERICANSOBERAMDUGAU
QBBRAMMBRGAU OBERUIM RGAUfBa Bavaria Jtes Jtm 14 14On 1 1on 14on
on On aceount of high water caused by byflooded bySIooded byflooded
flooded rivers due to heavy storme stmm traf traffic tratAc traffib ¬
fib to Oberammergau has boon be6l1prac practical practically practicallycstoa ¬
ly lycstoa lycstoaMen cut off offMea ocrKeu
Mea women and children are being beingrescued bekagr beingrescued
rescued r today tod from the tbreateeed tbreateeedhoases t tbreateeedhouses te ed edh0UH8
houses D ey fire ro companies oonpaafeeSJaoy oompDleNk companiesiany
Nk SJaoy foreigners Including Amerfcans Amerfcanshere aienicanshere erlcans erlcanshere
here to attend the Ion Play art artunaMe 18uDWe treunshie
unaMe to leave the city cityProvision tTP cityPrevlelon
Provision P v are brought from fx Kaehne Kaehnewith Kaebnewith Kashnawith
with great difficulty difficultyts dU cultySW dUcu1tySWAMP
SW SWAMP AMP ts sot recosiraesded for forDnrvr f forever3rtbing 1 11Mtt
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Dnrvr KUU ROOT R OOT i
have ye kidney kld Mver or orbiadder Otbiadder orbiadderbrouble
biadder biadderbrouble trouble it will be befound befoaod befosod
found just the remedy you need At drug drogfets drugJdst druggirls
girls fets kt fifty cent and dollar sixes You may
nave ave a sample bottle of this wonderful new newdI
I discovery dI by b mail free also paapatec pIB telling tOlingsU JIng
aU U about it itAddress ItAddrMil itAddreo
Address Dr KUnwCoBtoghaantonN Y
0 1 J DeMoS Cos Expansion SalePianOS Sale SaleThis SalePIdflOSid
PianOS ndPlayerPianos ndPlayerPianosReduced PlayerPianosReduced
Reduced 25 to 50 5OPer Per Cent CentThis
This sale started B with a a rush bright t lid earlj 1y yesterday morning
It is the greatest t sacrifice sale of highsr highgraM 4 Pianos sad an PlayerFiaeos PlayerFiaeoseter
ever heW in this citY cI Our business baa
ban grown own ao rapidly since we wemoved weIDOecI wemoved
moved Into III our new bunding dial a year ago a that we w find it necessary to toannex toannex toannex
annex the adjoining g f Hrstory bHildlag JdJIiIB buildingNo i X8 61 CtS 13th Street StreetIll ta order to toaccommodate toaccommodate toaccommodate
accommodate our I immense im eas stock CoD work is planned p1aImedibeCore p1aImedibeCoreuuaexlag plasnedbtoroannexing before beforeannexing
annexing the new building buUdlqwalli walls to be torn oat etc all 11 of whiob whk oQ will willresult wlllre willreeultlniuuchdustaaddirt
result re reeultlniuuchdustaaddirt ult ia much dust and dirt It Itisto ie to saTe ssveouirsesdid our spieadid stock of in instruiaeBtc mstrum ingrumeats
struiaeBtc strum from damage msge e as well ae to make room for the builders buU ers that we weoffer weoffer weoffer
offer the entire stock now at reductioae 6 of from 25 to 5 5e per CaRt oeatLiberal CaRtLiberal contLiberal
Liberal terms of 9r payment emt will be arranged Make J yo YOV r selectioa early e
Extra Special Expansion Sale Bargains in Piani Pianos U
fM5O no o A B Chase reduced r d ceel ie980086 le5SeP5of
7 oC these Pianos PIa in mahogany mabopacaH mahoganycases
cases caHfH casesso
650 so AutoplaneM toplaelJ reduced e44S0 te4 < e44S03S 15eo 15eos >
3S s ef r these few Autoplanos in 1ahepBr ma mahogany mahgany ¬
hogany oak ok and walnut wlautS cases casesSS75
SS75 S 575 BehalBcr PlayerPlaaes PlayerPlaaesreduced PlayerPlanssreduced PlayerPlanesreduced
reduced to S7SOOO OO
12 1 of these Instruments
400 400 Vase eKe Sons Uprights Uprightsreduced UprJ tlprlghtsreduced JttlJ JttlJreduced
reduced to SKHO9 SKHO9t 08 08New
t New Vose V e ft Sons to inma handeosae handeosae35O b4I olDe olDemalM
malM ma pay cases CIUMShsnlner cases5o
5o 35O ShenlnRer UprlRBtft re reduced reduoed reduced ¬
duced to fssoee 8088
12 1 of these Beautiful Piano tee teemvhosany aaJD ne nemthogny
JD mvhosany mvhosany30O OPBY
300 30O 3 Milton l1ton Uprlhts UprJ bt1 reduced redacedte
te S190OO S190OO1C 19000 19000Ii
1C of these Ptenos in I mahogany mahoganyand hogaay hogaayand V
and oak cases eaMIirell
325 25 Krell UprIghts reduced reducedto red ced cedto
to L 22500 22500S 8 8S
S of these th instruments instrumentsSB50 ta taO
SB50 850 O Merrill ITprl Uprights hts re reduced reduced reduced ¬
duced to S24eeO S24eeOit 880
it 1 P of these Instruments hwtmmentsS40O
S40O 400 SbsnJDer SbeBlaser ShoniugerMahogany Jt25Ono OO
Mahogany ease Almost nw nwf400
f400 400 Shealnccr J260OO
Oak case Almost Al new newsao
0 350 Pease Tprica Fpnlnht14500 SM5OO
Fine tone to Good condition condition30O COIH1ltioaOO
30O OO Prl Prier e 8 Teeple Teeple17500 17500 180DY
XahogKny DY case Almost new newOuO DeWMO newao
OuO GaMer Upright UprightXahogany lT5iOO
Mahogany case Fine Phi condttfosv eoDdidoLOOnla
800 OOnla Blaftlux Su ll 17500 08
Almost t new Mahogany n case case4OO
400 4OO Hardraan Uprlpht Upright21000 2100O
Maho M Mh gay a y L < GeM as DeW
And Over 100 I 00 Other Specials Specialstra Spe SpecialsIxtra afs
Extra tra Special Expansion Sale Bargains in PlayerPianos
yOaO m oo O Weber eber Pianola Planolu55000 Planolu55000Mahogany SS60O6 SS60O6Mehognny 06 06Xahoany
Mahogany case Excellent Ex netlt condi condition ronditIon tondltion ¬
tion tionOOO tIonPlanolRPlllno
OOO FlanolaPlaao PianolnPisno25000 PianolnPisno25000Mahogany 20000 20000Mahoganr ooo oooKabogaDY
Mahogany case ca Good as new newpO newsso
180 pO Aut Autopinno52500 Autoplnno plnRo s roo root OO
t reed S months otM An a exceptional exceptionalbargsJn exeepUODlbargaln exceptionalbargain
bargain bargsJn85O
6 85O Hnrdman Aufoteae Autotone50000 Autotone50000Mahogany 93OOOO OO OOMabogany
Mahogany case Good as new newU
3 Behnlng ehnln PlaerPJaB8 PlnyerPiasoIWOMO PlnyerPiasoIWOMOUed 0OO 0OOUled
Uled U ed 6 months Mahogany anY case caseBig eaMBI maeBig
Big BI bargain Mr bargainS D Dl
S 775 l Behnlnp ehnln Player PlayerPlano Piano S4500 S4500Concert 54500Concert 08 08Con
Concert Con ert instrument Mahogany Mahogany70O Mahoganycase
case
100 70O Farrand Cecil C Cecillan54500 Cecillan54500Handsome l1lnn In a S345OO S345OOHandsome 3400Hand80me
Handsome mahogany mab case Com Complete COIItplete Cornplate ¬
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sible condition eolHlltloaf6 conditioneo
f6 650 O Autoplano utolnno 8500O 8500ORentiv oOO oOORent
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