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THE TB WASHINGTON WAS GTON TIMES MONDAY rO lJAY SEPTEMBER 26 1910 1 9O 9
AMERICAN WOMAN WOMANCALLED WOMANCALLED
CALLED THIEF DECOY DEWFlorida DECOYFlorida DECOYFlorida
Florida Settle Wanted In InBerlin InBerHn InBerlin
Berlin on Fejony FejonyCharge FejonyCharge FejonyCharge
Charge ChargeMARRIES Charge11ARRIES ChargeMARRIES
MARRIES MEMBER MEMBEROF
OF WORLD GANG GANGNative GANGII GANGINative GANGNative I
Native of South Went to Europe Eu Europea ope opehen
a When hen She Was But 13utEighteen ButEighteen ButEighteen
Eighteen EighteenBBRLCC EighteenBRLfl
1 1BBRLtX
BBRLCC Sept s ILThe The poKe are to today to toay today ¬
day making klAg a thorough search 1or a ayoung ayoUtig ayotmg
young American woman who before her hermarriage 1termarrqe hermzrlage
marriage was w Miss Florida Settle SettleShe SettleSite SettheShe
She is e wanted here in connection w wswiadles wt wtEwiadles h hswindles
swindles perpetrated by the t e gang head headed ea4Ed heeded ¬
ed by a max known as e the Marquis MarauteJtamee Ma1flUlsRaRtee Marquisiauee
Jtamee JtameeThe RaRteeThe iaueeThe
The following description of her has hasbeen HsbeeR liesbees
been issued by b the authorities authoritiesFlorida authoritiesl authorides1ot4da
Florida l Settle tall thin with claooic claooicprofile ecprotlle ciessicproIe
profile wonderfully arched eyebros eyebrosand e eaDd eiebrosand
and very bright bri ht eyes eyesThe ey eyt eyesThe
t The girl rl came to Europe when she was waseighteen waseighteen wa waeighteen
eighteen years old oi She belonged to torespeetable a arespectable srespectbie
respectable family of farmers m a aSouthern aSoutMrn aSouthern
Southern State For nine years the po police p0 p0lice p0lice ¬
lice say T she has been the chief decoy decoyin decoyIn
in the gang organised by byRamee Ramee She Sheis SheIs
is married to a member of the band a aformer afermer aIcrmer
former Meutenant 1h in the Austrian Hus Hussars HusJtaBMCI Huesars ¬
sars named Qoebel now nominally a apartner ap aperteer
p partner rtJtet in an automobile factory factoryGets faetoryGets factoryGets
Gets Wealthy Men Mencharm MenOR
OR aeeouatol account oC eer er great Deuty aDd aDdcharM sada
a charm of C manner Florida has been em employed employ employed ¬
ployed ploy chiefly in ft Paris Interlace I ea and andLucerne ADdLuoerDe adLucerne
Lucerne ia ecGyi decoying young men of ofwealth of ofweflth ofweith
wealth into the net spread by the th card cardsharpers enIshatpenJ cardaharperE
sharpers sharpersRamee shatpenJRamee aharperEBamee
Ramee and Goebel are reported by the thepolice thepOlice thepolice
police to have been engaged in unpleas unpleasant unpleasant unpleeeant ¬
ant investigations by the brothers brothersSchwab MothersSehwab brothersSchwab
Schwab of London who are also mem members JDeIIIbent memhers ¬
bent of the gang The eldest of the theSchwabs theSehWa1 theSchWabs
Schwabs is said to have a fine ae house In mthe InU1e inthe
the Wast End of London where wberare orgies orgiesare orgiesare
are enacted in the entertainment of oflect se e eJect ¬
lect visitors visitorsFloridas visitorsFkadda tSttOnJFIoridas
Floridas s misstoit in the game eme seems seemsvictims seemsto
13 have bees to discover sad hire the theetim8 thevictims
victims victimsRamee victimsRamee etim8 etim8R
Ramee R it is stated married in Hun Hungary lfUDbIT Hungary ¬
gary the Princess aLade Lode von Toueeout Toueeouta
a former favorite of 1 the th Khedive of ofEgypt ofEgypt ofEgypt
Egypt The princess Pt who was deserted desertedby desertedby desertedby
by the marquis s4arqumn rquls hi London claims cia to tobe tobe tobe
be his real wife wifeGees wifeGees wifeGees
Gees Te Sanitarium SanitariusiMeanwhile Sanita SanitariumMeeuwWle n nI
I Meanwhile a later Jaterwtfe wife of Ramee Rameewhose Rameewhose Ranitewhose
whose maiden nan was Was Alice Hecht Hechthaving Hechtha Hechihadug
having ha discovered at last that her hue husband h1Niband hueband ¬
band is aswindler a has gone penniless pennilesssanitarium pennlieuto
to a sanitarium near this city Her Hermother H HDJOther Hmother <
mother who Is one of the richest women womenin womenIn I Iin
in Germany refuses to help her in any anyway ayway i iy
way y owing to her fidelity to her rascal rascally nuICI1y reecally ¬
ly husband husbandBefore hU huehenBefore lI4I lI4IBefore
Before going to the sanitarium eai tertun u Alice AliceHecht AliceHecht AliceHecht
Hecht said characteristically Yes Yes I Iknow Iknow Iknow
know you think Im a simpleton but butIm butIm butIm
Im not so stupid as my liquid eyes ejesmake eyesxnake eyesmake
make me MeThe seem seemThe seemThe
The Ramee organization 1zatloR extends the thepoMce Utey ihepoce
poMce poce say y practicaUc UcniI overthe over e whole WIboIeearth wholeearth wholeearth
earth The detectives are constantly constantlylocating COBtItDUyocatln contant1ylocating
locating ocatln members In this they are be being be being beIng ¬
ing helped by letters aodressed ed to toRamee toRamee toRamee
Ramee which they are seizing seizingThe seizingThe seizingThe
The methods of the gang are illus illuscan lustrated fibstrated
trated by the experience of an Amen American Amencan
can traveling trav in Honolulu who with withhis wttJaPis with3iz
his wife was plundered of every penny pennyand pennyand pennyand
and finally bad to sacrifice cnnce his automo automobile automobile automobile ¬
bile to pay his h debts Ramee brought broughtthis htthis broughtthis
this automobile to Germany nod sold it Hin itin itin
in Berlin BerlinA rlin rlinA
A Frenchman who Jest money to the thegang theganl thegang
gang in Java cabled to his Mother in inCairo hiCan InCahu
Cairo for money He H received the fol following folowms follQwMc ¬
lowing reply Ouess youve been done doneby doDeby doseby
by RmmeeB men tell them to pay payyour paTour pa payour
your our money back tmc Im a member of the thegang thegan thegang
gang gan myself my lf
myselfBrother lfBretJier
Brother a Friend FrieadThe FrieHdThe FriendThe
The Frenchman applied for the re return retUnI return ¬
turn of his Id cash tee replied It Itis 1tIs
is against 1 tJfty my princijptlec prid Jec to t return returnmoney returnmOD returnmoney
money mOD Y but as a < your brotheris brother is a friend friendof friendof friendof
of mind I will show you how to get getcur et etJcur etyour
your > cur money back He did In I a aweeks few fewweeks few fewweeks
weeks the Frenchman had doubled by bysharping bysharpm bysharping
sharping the sum he had originally orl Dlly Dlly1cst
lest and al l he became a member of the theFrfnch theFrench
French section of the gang
The real name of the Marquis Marquiswho Marquiswho Marquiswho
who sometimes calls himself I De > e la
Ramee is Bela Klimm He is i the son sonof 8ORof sonof
of a school teacher t her in Budapest The Themarriage Themarri ThemarrIage
marriage marri e with Alice HecHt took place placein plaeein placeIn
in London Lond > 1t last April The Hecht fam family family fainIly
ily offered him 52S 5 to refuse to tomarry tomarry tomarry
marry the Eirlwho girl who was infatuated infatuatedwith Iltatuatedwith Infatuatedwith
with him f l1e e demanded 7i Be Because BecaUBe Because ¬
cause of t t her efforts to defend her hersharper herI hersharper
I sharper husband Alice has ha been bee the theheroine theherollH thea
a heroine of Berlin for a month The Theswindlers Theswindler Theswindlers
swindlers secret was disclosed by a afashionable aashloftble afashionable
fashionable demimondaine dem mondaine whom he Jaela4 helad j
had robbed of 4t 4 4O 0 and deserted desertedWEDDING desertedWEDDING desertedWEDDING
WEDDING TONIGHT TONIGHTOF
OF LOCAL COUPLE COUPLEFormer COUPLEFormer COUPLEFormer
Former Secretary to Mayor Gaynor Gaynorto
to Marry Washington WashingtonGirl VasbingtonGir1
Girl GirlArtlmr Gir1ArtJIuI GirlArthur
Arthur J McEIfeone lone formerly of ofVasMastMx DCWa ofwaskzgt
Wa waskzgt VasMastMx t and a until recewtly eRe ne vC vCe eCte
te e secretoiries to Mayor Gayaor of ofI orew ocNew
New ew Yer1c and JIIl KJ JaDe Diekea DIekeeI eC eCI
I street northwest 1IOrth will be married this thisevening thisevenlrK thisevening
evening by the Rev Mane McKoal who whowas whowas wtwjwas
was a collese bum or the rOOM = at attleorsetown atGeooetown ateorgetcwn
tleorsetown eorgetcwnMiss Ualversrty UalversrtyMias UBivenrity11M
Miss Dteken until recently was em employed emploved employed ¬
ployed at the Congressional Library Libraryand Libraryand Libraryand
and and Is the daughter of J P Dieken Diekenchief Diekenchief Thekenchief
chief of a dvhso in the Government GovernmentPrtnUnr GovenaDHmtP GovernmentPrlndng
PrtnUnr P nUnar Offi Of1ke e She and Mr McElhooe McElhooewho XcElhoDewoo XcElhenewho
who was private PI ate secretary to Sung SurcOen SurtGen
Gen Walter WymaIfor several years yearsliave y yban yearShave
ban been sweethearts 8W since they were werechildren wertchl1dren werechildren
children chl1drenAt childrenAt j
At present t Mr r McElhone Is l private prhatesecretary privatesecretary I Isecretary
secretary to Joseph T Talbert vice vicepresdent ice iceprea5deat
prea5deat pr t of the National City Bank BD of ofCOMPTROLLER orew ofew I
ew York elt eltCOMPTROLLER dty dtyCOMPTROLLER
COMPTROLLER RULES RULESINSURANCE RUL RULESINSURANCE S I IINSURANCE I
INSURANCE BARRED BARREDBy BAR ED EDBy
By a decision today of Comptroller of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Currency Curr y Murray Murra of the Treasury TreasuryDepartment Tle8SUryI TreasuryDepartment
Department given in answer an to inquiries inquiriesfrom laqtdriesfrom Inquiriesfrom
from various banks national banks have haveno haveno haveno
no power to use their funds in paying payingpremiums pe perellliulD payingpremiums
premiums rellliulD on life insurance pottdee of ofthen of1bclr oftheir
then presidents tc although the policies policiesmay tOIIdesmay policiesney
may be payable to the bank bankA IakA btukA
A large e insurance polIcy uponthe the life lifeof bfeof hfeof
of the preaUwt of a tank bsn the CMMP Conqitroliet
troltor t roI states Mat would interfere Iotmie with the thediscretion thediscretion thediscretion
discretion vested in the board of diree direethe 4Ireetors dIrctons
tons as to his retention II o oee should shouldthe W W1he
the toWkests t of the bank require hte b die dfemissai di8ml dieinbseal
missai missaiREV inbsealREV 8a1 8a1REV
REV W V A GRAVES RESIGNS RESIGNSThe
The rePtenatlon JWIII of the Rev W A AGraves A AGraves AGraves
Graves for two rears agent a ent of the theWashington theWashIngton
Washington BIble Society was w today todayrecehred t0da7rtCetYed to ey eyrecelyod
recehred bvvthe b the board of directors rs Mr Mrwork
Gra Graves will devotc his hi attention to the theWork thework
work of his nastnrue pastor if I
Mrs Thomas H Carter C rter Leaves LeavesCapital LeavesCapital LeavesCapital
Capital for Montana Home HomeWife
I Wife lif of Senator Senator Carter CarterWho Who Has Been In Washington WashingtonSince WashingtonSince WashingtonSince
Since Her Return Frof Europe Will Spend SpendAutumn SpendAutumn SpendAutumn
Autumn With Her H r Husband
Mrs Thomas H H Carter Cart wife o of Sen Senator Senater Senstar ¬
star Carter of Montana who has been beenspending beenspeD beenseuding
spending speD 1ng a few weeks 1m Washington Washingtonsince WklngtoDIdnce Washingtonsince
since her return from fre Europe wheresIHt wheresh where wheresh
sIHt sh spent the summer has gone to totheir totIKII totheir
their home in Montana for the au autumn autlRn antaisa ¬
tumn Senator Carter will Join her in inChicago InCldCtl InCh1cao
Chicago CldCtl o and they th y will not return ret rn to toWashington toWashington
Washington lagton until about the middle of ofNovember
November NovemberMr
4 4Mr tole >
Mr and Mrs W v W VY Flacy P1 Pie y and the theMisses theFildey theMisses
Misses Finley Will return to Wash Washington Washingtoit Tash Tashb ¬
ington b toJt Saturday and open their rest residence resldeRce restdonce ¬
dence on Massachusetts avenue for forthe 1or1be forthe
the winter They are now spending a afew afew
few days in New ew York at the HoteL HoteLPlaza HotelPlaza Hote HotePlaza
Plaza after a season at their cottage cottagein
in New Hampshire HampshirePay
I Pay Inspector Lawrence L e L L Heap U US US US
S S N and Mrs Heap and Miss Pansy PansyBloomer pD8YBloomer PansyBloomer
Bloomer have returned to Washingtonfrom Washington Washingtonfrom Vsbl ton tonfrom
from Monterey Pa where they spent spentthe spentUte spentthe
the summerThey summerThey summer summerThey
They have ve taken possession of the thehouse thehouse thehouse
house which they he purchased ed recently reeentl at atli3t atl34
13 K street and formerly occupied by byMrs byIrs b bMrs
Mrs Fitch and the Misses Fitch wife wifeand wireaBd wifeand
and daughters of the late Chief En Engineer EIlr Engineer ¬
gineer r Henry L L Fitch U S S N NJ NGen NG NGen
J
G Gen Charles F Humphrey HWllphrey U S A Aand ADel Aand
and Mrs Humphrey and the Mteees MteeesHumphrey XiNesHUM 3IseesHuvspheey
Humphrey HUM hrey > have returned to Washing Washington ¬
ton and have Jnr ve opened their residence on onEighteenth OIlEichteentb onEighteenth
Eighteenth street for the winter They
left Washington early in the summer summerfor S4IIBmrfO summerfor
for Atlantic City where they remained remainedduring remltteddudUS remainedduring
during the entire en res resMiss season seasonr seasonMiss seasonMiss
r
Miss Clark ClarkReturns ClarkReturns ClarkReturns
Returns To Capital CapitalMiss CapiWM18S CapitalMiss
Miss Genevieve Clark daughter of ofRepresentative ofRepresentat ofRepresentat
Representat e Champ Clark k and an Mrs MrsClark YrsCJar MrsClark
Clark CJar of Missouri Mi has returned to toWashington toWashinton toWashington
Washington from Bowling Green Mo Mowhere Xowhere Mowhere
where she spent the summer and has hasopened hasopered hasopened
opened their apartment in the Toronto TorontoRepresentative TWOBtoRepresentative TorontoRepresentative
Representative and Mrs Clark will willJoin willjoin wiltJoin
Join her later in the season Mrs Clark Clarkspent Clarkt Clarkspent
spent t the th summer summe in Europe EuropeDr EUropeDr
Dr A F Hopkins HopkllaS and Mrs Hopkins Hopkinswho Hopkinswho Hopkinswho
who spent the summer at Narragansett NarragansettPier
Pier have returned to 1 Washington Was lngtOIl and andhave aDdhave andhave
have opened their residence on I street
for the season seasonMrs seasonMrs
seasonco
co coHrs
Mrs Hall wife of e the Assistant Ad ¬
jutant General of the Army has re returned renaraecl returned ¬
turned to Washington from m West Point
N Y where she spent the last several severaldays leverald severaldays
days d visiting vt their son Cadet Blackburn
Hall at the United States Military
Academy AcademyGeneral AcademyGeDeIal AcademyGeneral
General and Mrs Hall and their t little
daughter a hter spent the early y summer in inAtlantic InAtJaBUC InAtlantic
Atlantic City and then Mrs Hall and
her daughter made a visit to her father fatherSenator fatherSeaator fatherSenator
Senator Blackburn at his home near
Lexington LexlD ton Ky for f0 several vera1 weeks weeksMr weeksXr weeksMr
Mr and nd Mrs Arnold Hague who whospent whe8P9Dt whospent
spent the early summer at Newport
have returned from Europe < They will willspend willspend
spend some time at Newport before 1teC < e re ¬
turning to Washington Y about the nest nestof rst rstof
of November NovemberMrs Novemberg NovemberMrs
r rKetarns
Mrs g Pickford PickflJdReturns PickfodReturns
Returns To Washington WashingteaMrs
Mrs T H Piekford who spent the thesummer thesunmer thesummer
summer at a t Toronto T Canada has he re returned returned ¬
turned to Washington and has opened openedher epenedJter openedliei
her apartment in the Toronto TOIODtoCabeiiAeH Torontoiss i iMiss
Miss iss Catherine CabeiiAeH CeheIaeIIiltaook Hoibrook k daughter ler of
Mr and Mrs Theodore L L Holbrook Hoibrookwho Holbrookwho Holbrookwho
who spent the summer at Cape May
N J visiting friend has returned to
Washington WashingtonMr Wa lngtonMr
Mr and Mrs Holbrook have given tVeR up
their residence m Cleveland Park and
have taken the house at 3 3tt 46 Connect Connecticut C8BRectIaat Connectcut ¬
cut avenue for the t e winter winterr winterChinese whtterC winterChinese
+ r i
C Chinese inese Minister MinisterGees 1YHnisterGees MinisterGoes
Gees To Meet Prince PriaceThe PrinceThe PrinceThe
The Chinese minister who ba has been beenin beenIn een eenin
in Mexico attending the centenary eeat cele celebrations celebratloDs colebrations ¬
brations arrived arrhJ in Washington ra lDgtOll yeeter yeeterPTOUT yeeterSENT eeter eeterSENT
PTOUT SENT OUT OUTTO TO STEAL STEALTen STEALEVIDENCEOF i iEVIDENCE
EVIDENCE EVIDENCEOF OF BOYS BOYSTen
Ten Lads Testify to Thefts Theftsof
of Bread Under Directions Directionsof 1
of Two Prisoners PrisonersAIKXAXDRIAVA PrisonerALEXANDRIA
i iALXXAA
ALEXANDRIA ALXXAA > 1UA Y VA A SEPT 3S 3SWASHINGTON 3iWASHI 10wAsmNGTor
WASHINGTON WASHI GTG TIMES BUREAU BUREAUA
A surprising g state of affairs was dIe discovered dlscovere41 dIecov ¬
covered cov to this morning when the thecase Uteof thecas4
case of John Hall white and Waiter WaiterJohnson WalterJO WaiterJohasos
Johnson colored coioI was called ia the theAlexndria theAJeatdra theAeThdTIa
Alexndria police court courtTen courtTell courtTen
Ten boys both white and colored tes testifted testiftfd teatilled
tilled that these t ee two men had sent them themout themeut themout
out at the early earl hours of the morning morningto
to rob bread boxes A key k was used to tooper toopel toOpel
opel the boxes and the boys allege the thebread thebread thebread
bread was taken back to the menThe menThe men menThe
The boys and men were employed at t a aglass agIas aglass
glass factory here and when the fac factory factory factory ¬
tory closed down do n shortly after 2 oclock oclockhi
hi the morning the thieving was done doneJustice doneUBtJee doneuetJce
Justice Caton dismissed the boys with withreprlmand a areprimand a areprimand
reprimand but fined the men 59 and andsent andsent andsent
sent them to jail for six months each eachA eachA eachA
A white man said to be named namedJulius namedJulius I
Julius Strickland giving his home as asRichmond asRlekmond asRichmond
Richmond was picked up by b Police Policemen PoUceJJln Policemen ¬
men Young Ferguson Kawlett and andSampson andl andSampson
Sampson Semp n lying in the road at the thehead i ihea4
1 head of King street under the over overhead 1 1head
head bridge brid e this morning with a frac fractured fractured fractured
tured skull The man is believed to tohave f I Ihave
have tried to board a moving freight freighttrain freighttrain freighttraIn
train and missing his footing fell fellthrough fellthrough i
through the trestle to the road be below below 1
low tie was as taken to the t e Alexandria AlexandriaHospital AlexandriaHospital
Hospital where his condition is said saidto i ito ito
to be serious BerioysThe seriousThe j jThe
The funeral of Frank Schafer wht whcdleb whdieb j
di dleb at the Alexandria Hospital yes yesterday es I Iterday
terday will be held from his home homein homeIs 1 11ft
in Xorth Fairfax street at 43 4 31 oclock oclocktOJDrrow oclocktomorrow i itomorrow
tomorrow afternoon The Rev J R R HSevier j
Sevier will officiate and the burial burialwill burialwill burialwill
will be in Bethel Cemetery CemeteryFIRST j jFIRST
I
FIRST MAN ICTIM ICTIMOF ICTIMOF
OF THE HOBBLE SKIRT SKIRTMassachusetts SKIRTI SKIRT1iassa SKIRTMassachusetts I I
Massachusetts 1iassa husetts Man Breaks His Leg LegWhile LegVbiJe LegVhile
While Taking a Second Look LookAt LookAt LookAt
At the Creation CreationWAREHAM CreationWAREHAM CreationWAREHAM
WAREHAM Mass M Sept 35 sJon Jonnath Jonnathjtn ath athall
all WHJiette iVI Vflette te a youur nan 0 > c westvare WestVareham West WestWareham
Wareham vare is confined to his home with witha
a broken le Ie caused by a bobble skirt skirtA sfdrl sfdrlA
A woman said to be from f New Bed Btxil Hecifttld Bedford
l ford rd wag walking = in as a hnhbie skirt skirtalonr shirtalong kirtaI
along the main street of this dace dacelooathan Place1UAat ace aceiociatbsI
1UAat looathan a I recognized her skirt as a one eC eCthe ofthe f ftfce
the hobble bIe variety and after she had hadpassed has111m hadpassed
passed him he couldnt nt resist looking lookinghark lookinghark ooldnbIMMk
hark for another time timeHe timeHe tinWiHe
He did and an the th next moment he stunt
bled > > led over a rook and broke his Iu leg
day afternoon afternoonandleft and andlelt left again last t oven ovenInsr ovenlag
lag accompanied by b his son fer Phila Philadelphia PJtlladeJpbla Phlindolphin ¬
dolphin to meat Prince Suun who is Isuet a aguest a
guest uet at the BeHevueStratford Hotel HotelThe HotelThe I
The first secretary of the legation legationTung legatlenYung gale galeYang
Yang Kwal left WashIngton for Phila Philadelphia Philadelpbla PhiledeIphb ¬
delphia this tJ ls morning to join the princes princesescort princesescort princesescort
escort to Washington this evening evenln
The prince who is a brother of the theChinese theChlne theChinese
Chinese e regent and an uncle ncle of the Em Emperor Emperot Emperor ¬
peror of China vdll be much entertained entertainedboth entertainedboth
both by United States officials and dip dipomats ¬
lomats during his hl visit v in Washington WashingtonCapt VashlngtonCapt
1 Capt George R Rc Irwin irwin U S A and andMrs aDdMrs andMrs
Mrs Irwin who spent the last several severalweeks severalweeks vral vralweeks
weeks In New York have returned to totheir totheir totheir
their apartment in the Toronto TorontoMrs TorontoMrs I IJtlrs
I It9
Mrs William A Morsei eu has returned returnedto
to her apartment in the Allenhurst from froma tMHBtwo
a two months trip through New BBS BBSland Beglend i
land New York and New Jersey JerseyThe Jerse JerseyThe I IThe
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The AustroHungarian Au troHunga lan ambassador ambassadorand 8tlor 8tloraDd
and Baroness S Hengelmuller who ar arrived arrIved ¬
rived at Lenox from Bar Harbor Satur Saturday Saturday Saturday ¬
day for the autumn season were the thehonor thehonor thehonor
honor guests of Mr Ir and Mrs lrs George GeorgeWestinghouse Geor8eWe GeorgeWestinghouse
Westinghouse We at dinner last evening even In at atErskine atErskine atErakine
Erskine Park Par their th Lenox rnox estate estateXr estate10r
2 2Mr
Mr and Mrs Lansing Lansing soninlaw and anddaughter nddaughter anddaughter
daughter of Gen and Mrs Irs John W Foe Foster Foter Foeten ¬
ter who have been traveling abroad abroadthis abro4lthis abroadthis
this summer sailed yesterday on the theLapland theLapland theLepland
Lapland for New York YorkMrs j jMrs
1 1Jlrs
Mrs William Manning Irwin wife of ofCommander oCCommander orCommander
Commander Irwin U S N Mtes Uss Annie AnnieIrwin ABnleIIR AnnieIrwin
Irwin and Mrs rs Irwlns sister Mrs D DP DP DP
P MacCartney who have been at their theirsummer theirsommet theirsummer
summer home the Anchorage at Oeter Oeterville O terille
yule ille Mass for the summer summer will not notreturn JtOtreturn
return to Washington Wa8llIn n until ntil November Xo Jllber I IMiss L LJamn
Miss Jaain JaainTo JamnTo JaninTo
To Return October i xKiss iMiss i iMiss
Miss Juliette Janin whe has been beenspending 1teefts beenspending
spending s > the summer at Atlantic City Cityand Cityand Cityand
and Longport N J will return to toWashington toW8hmgton toWashington
Washington about October ober I IThe L LThe 1The
The minister of Switzerland SW aerJ nd Dr Paul PAulRitter PaulRitter
Ritter and Mme Hitter who have been beenabroad 1teeaabro beenabroad
abroad for several months are expect expected ¬
ed to return to this country early In InNovember InNovember InNovember
November NovemberSenor Novemberco NovemberSenon
co coSeJtor
Senor Calvo alvo the minister of Costa CostaRica C4HItRiea CostaRica
Rica who w has beo been attending the Meat Mexican JoIexIean Meatcan ¬
can centenary will return t Wash Washington WaaltjDtto Washington ¬
ington Sunday SundayCeantesfi S8IMIaJco SundayCeuntese
co coCeuntese
a
Ceuntese CeantesfiAad CeunteseA CeunteseAnd
And Viscount V SC8Hnt De Sibonr Sib our Hosts HostsCountess HostsCowtteM HostsCountess
Countess de Sfbour and her son Vie Viscount Viecount J6 J6count
count de Sfeeur woo areat ar at the Vhginht VhginhtHot VIrgiMaHot VfrginieHot
Hot Springs were hosts at a supper PIHK fn fntbe t1the n nthe
the Japanese room of the Homestead Homesteadtest He Homesteadast t tst
test st evening eveningTbe eveulngThe
co coTbe
Tbe marriage efMiss er Miss Ethel Et Barksi Barksidale Barb Barbdale Barksdate
dale Shaffer daughter of Mr T and Mrs MrsCarl WnCarl MrsCarl
Carl Henry H nry Shalfer ShaIerAt of Chevy Chev Chase e to toAlan toAlan toAlan
Alan Warren Pease son of Dr and Mrs MrsErnest IrsErne MrsErnot
Ernest tJM M Pease of Rye N Y win wina wintake willtake
take ptSee llLsee Monday afternoon October ober oberI
a I at t 4 45 omlock at All Saints Episcopal EpiscopalChurch EpiscopalChurch eopal eopalCllurcb
Church Chevy Chase The Rev Richard RichardPardee RlcharelPardee RichardPander
Pardee Williams rector of Trinity Epic Episcopal EJlls1 Epiccopel ¬
copal Church Ch Jrc9 < will be the officiating officiatingclergyman othelatlugrgyma
clergyman clergymanMr rgyma rgymaMr I
Mr and Mrs S SSeks Saks Saks are now DO W located locatedin
in their new home > me in Lanier place placeT placeMtee placeXI placeMiss
+ T
Miss Lorraine Herran who wlt spent t a afew ateft afew
few days la this city as the guest of ofMiss ofJoliN ofMiss
Miss Annette Goldsmith GoJd mlth of divert divertstreet Calv Cotrertstreet rt
street has returned to Mount Holy HolyInn HolyIBD HolyInn I
Inn Baltimore Md MdMr YdMr Mdlair
Mr and Mrs Henry e Straus of Win Winchester Whaebeet Wincheater ¬
chester ebeet r Va have as their guest Mrs MrsMorrte MrsMorris Ls LsXorrIIJ
Morris Marcus of Chteaco ChteacoMrs ChleaJoco ChbcareMrs
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Mrs Dinketeptel Dinkel plel of if f New York te the tbeguest theguest i
guest of her daughter Mrs rs A A M Xof Ba Beer Beerof r rof
of the Netherlands in Columbia road roadMr roaclT roaclXI roadMr
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Mr and Mrs Alfred Levy and chil children ehHdreu cliiidres ¬
dren fomerly of this city have moved movedto
to Lonaconing LoMI C nlnf Md MdIPARKHURST MdPARKHURST MdPARKHURST
PARKHURST HOPES HOPESDEMOCRATS HOPESDElVlOCRATS HOPESDEMOCRATS
DEMOCRATS WILL WIN WINNBW WINNEW
NEW 10 YORK Sept 25 I hope the theDemocratic theDemocratic theDemocratic
Democratic party p rty will nr be successful successfulat
at the polls although I have been a aRe4publican aReAPvbUcan aReApubltcan
Re4publican all my life said I Dr DrParkhurst DrParkhurzt > r rParkhurst
Parkhurst who arrived on La Lor Lorraine Lorraine Lormine ¬
raine from a summer spent In Eur Eurpe EurpeThere EurapeThere pe peThere
There is I no party that does not noteventually noteventuaUy noteventually
eventually outlive its usefulness and andthe aadthe andthe
the Republican party partyhac has grown too tooonesided toooneakled toooneshied
onesided The time to rejuvenate rejuvenatethe
the Democratic party is now nowVsked nowsked nowshed
shed about Mayor ayor Gaynor Dr DrParkhurst DrParkhurst DrParkhurst
Parkhurst said sa d that if he recovered recoveredhis
his health he could get g t almost any anyoffice anyoIrlce anyolfice
office The people regard him as 38martyr a amartyr amartyr
martyr and want to honor him He liewas Heas Hewas
was as told that Gaynor had accused accusedHearst accusedHearsttor accusedHearstfor
Hearst Hearsttor for whoso paper 1 er Parithurst Parithurstwrites Parkhurstwrltesef Parkliurstwritesof
wrltesef writes ef causing Gallagher to at attempt attempt attempt ¬
tempt to assassinate him himParkhurst himParkhurst himParkhurst
Parkhurst said There is a dispo disposition disposlUon dispositlon
sition to make yellow el1ow journalism re responsible responsible responsible ¬
sponsible for what hat in reality reallt the thedevil thedevIl thedevil
devil is responsible
TAFT AND CABINET CABINETPresident CABINETBEGINCONFERENCE I IBEGIN
BEGIN BEGINCONFERENCE BEGINCONFERENCEPresident CONFERENCE CONFERENCEPresident
President and Official Fami Family Family Family ¬
ly At White House for forThree forThree forThree
Three Days DaysContinued DaysCenUaued DaysContinuedfrm
Continued CenUaued Continuedfrm from fr First Page PageCongr PageCoDfletlll PageCongreos
CoDfletlll Congr This appreprl appropriation tJoft followed followedthe 1011800the followedthe
the declaration of Senator AW Aldrich rich on the thefloor theJIoor thefloor
floor of the Senate that proper business businessmethods bu businessmethods lBes lBesJRethod
methods could save for the Government GovernmentIt
ICJo Ns a year yearIt yearIt
It is not believed that the members membersof
of th the Cabinet will decide to work them themselves themelyeg themselves ¬
selves very hard staking stump speeches speechesin
in the campaign but it is thought that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the President Pre will want them to do doenough doenotI doenough
enough of it to show the country that thatthe tbatthe thatthe
the Administration stands by Its record recordand reeordaDd recordand
and believes it deserves the indorsement indorsementof
of the voters votersCeext votersCourt
Court Appointments AppointmentsOne Ap in en enOM
One of the most important matters mattersfttecueeed
fttecueeed Q will be the appointment of the therhtef theIatec thehi
rhtef hi Justice and one new associate associateJustice associateju associatejustice
Justice of the Supreme Court The Thechief Thechief Thechief
chief Justiceship j lp te vacant because of ofthe otthe ofthe
the death of Chief Justice Ju Fuller and andthe andthe andthe
the associate Justiceship te cawed by bythe bytile b bthe
the intended resignation of Justice JusticeMoody JY6tJeeXOG JusticeMoody
Moody XOG y whose health will m not permit of ofhte ofhis
his longer serving en the beach beachThere beJIchTltere benchThere
There has been much gossip about the thepossibilities thepossIbIlities
possibilities for these vacancies but butthe buttbe butthe
the President dent has kept secret the names namesof namesor namesof
of the men be is considering as 8suited beet beetsuited beetsuited
suited for them themIt
It is reported however in Official cir circles circ cirelse ¬
else c that he will promote Governor GovernorHughes GoverDOHUShes GovernorHughes
Hughes of New York from the ease associate oelate easedate ¬
elate justiceship tlcehip given him and make makehim mkehim makehim
him Chief Justice This would result resultin
in his having to appoint two associate associateJustices 86OCIateju associatejustices
Justices ju tleeThe justicesTb JusticesThe
The Tb postal savings 8 vinp bank plan has been beenpretty beenCetty beenpretty
pretty well worked out by the postal postalsavings tlRQ postalsttngz
savings RQ bank trustees Postmaster Gen General Geeoral ¬
era Hitchcock Attorney General Wick Wickersham WIckPnIham Wickersbam
ersham and Secretary of the Treasury TreasuryMacVeagh TreasuryXMV Treasurytacveagh
MacVeagh XMV Its details will be discussed discussedat Bedat
at length 1eft th by the President Pre fdent and the thewhole theWhole theWhole
whole Cabinet CabinetIN CabinetAVIATOR CabinetAVIATOR
AVIATOR IS1NJURtD IS1NJURtDIN
IN PARIS FLIGHT FLIGHTLoridan FLIGHTLoridan
Loridan and His Passenger PassengerFall
Fall FallPr from m Great GreatHeight great GreatHeight
Height HeightPARIS HeIghtI
PARIS Sept X XAvtater Aviator Loridan aid suffered 5tered aidfered ¬
fered h JLs s second accident today in Ms Msattempt WsatteMPt ideattempt
attempt to fly from Paris to Brussels to towin towill towiti
win the frs 5SS prize offered O end by the Aero AeroClub AeroClub AeroCinb
Club and the J6Wt W prtxe of the mu municipal JaUDidpal muninipal ¬
nicipal council councilAt couDdLAt
At St Quentin eightyone miles Jl Ies from fromParis fromPariII fromParis
Paris or nearly > onehalf ha1f the distance to toBrussels toBnl8 toBrussels
Brussels Bnl8 LorMan biplane capsized capsizedwhen capeiredwbMi capsizedwhen
when at a great heisjnt and fell to the theground theground theground
ground Loridan and a passenger he hewas hewa hewag
was carrying were both injured aDd the thethe tJteUM thethe
the machine was smashed bed to splinters splintersLodda splintersLoridan
Loridan made his first attempt yester yesterday y yeserday er erY ¬
day Y when his h motor stopped suddenly suddenlyand suddeAlJaD4I I
and the machine fell into a tree top topWith topWith topWith
With prizes of 3 3OW W as the stake stakeAviator stakeA stakeAvIator
Aviator A Malhteu started today to to fly flyfrom flyfrom
from Bagatelle a Paris suburb to Brus Bruspaseenger B B8eb I
8eb 115 mUfti by air route carrying canylDger a apassenger
passenger er named Pemanthe He is fly ftyin flylug
lug in a Farman biplane and got a good goodstart goodstart I
start startXaihieu 1lCartXaib startMaihIen
Xaihieu Xaib attempted the trip yesterday
but was compelled to land owing to tomotor tomotor tomotor
motor trouble troubleFEAR troubleFEAR troubleFEAR
FEAR FOR RECOVERY RECOVERYOF
OF AVIATOR A VIA TOR CHAUVEZ CHAUVEZDOMODOSSOLA CHAUVEZDOMODOSSOLA
DOMODOSSOLA Italy Sept 26 26Doctors 20Doctors ti tiDoctors
Doctors were hastily summoned today todayfor todayfor todayfor
for a consultation over George Cha1 Cha1vex Cbs Cbaez Cbsyea
vex ez the Peruvian aviator who was wasdangerously wasdanK wasdangerously
dangerously danK rou8ly injured by the falling falIi of ofhis othis ofhis
his aeroplane aeroKlDe last Friday after mak making makin reaklug ¬
lug in inrs the first rs night S over V the h Alps AlpsChavezs AlpsChavezs
Chavezs z condition was much worse worsetoday worse worset worsetoday
today t y and it t is now feared that his hisrecovery hisrecovery hisrecovery
recovery is impossible impossibleChavez impossibleChveJ impossibleChavez
Chavez is suffering from three frac fractures fractures fractarts ¬
tures of his h s legs several contusions contusionsand contusionsand contusionsand
and Internal injuries injuriesBREWMASTERS injurle1iBREWjlASTERS injuriesBREWIIIASTERS
BREWMASTERS MEETING MEETINGDETROIT 1lEETINGDETROIT MEETINGDETROIT
DETROIT Sept 26 6The The twenty twentysecond twent twentsecond twentysecond
second annual convention of the theBrewmaaters theBrewmaaters theBrewinasters
Brewmaaters Association of the theUnited theUBIted theUnited
United States opened this morning morningand morningaDd morningand
and will continue three days There Thereare Thereare Thereare
are present delegates from Milwau Milwaukee Miiwauicee Ilwau Ilwaukee ¬
kee New York Cincinnati Brooklyn BrooklynSt
St Louis Chicago Buffalo Philadel Philadelphia PhUadelph Philadelplug ¬
plug ph Rochester and numerous other othercities otherdUes othercities
cities In addition to the business businesssessions bustneagsessIong s sous
sessions ous various social events have havebeen haebeen havebeen
been arranged by the local commit committee cotDmltt ¬
tee t e
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IN C CRAMER M1ER CASE CASETestimony CASETestimony
Testimony Being Taken In InPrivate InPrivate InPrivate
Private Before Master MasterIn
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In Chancery ChanceryThe 1 1The
The taking of testimony te in l the aJr IreeloIKated airad airadcelebrated a yr yrcelebrated
celebrated ease eti e of I Dr > r Lee M H Hard HanIeen Hardconservator rd rdconservator
conservator of the estate of feate J JHurd JHwrd JHard
Hard against Miss Laura Cramer a aclerk aderk aclerk
clerk in l th the State Department Institu Instituted dtuted iesdtuted ¬
ted for the recovery of between betweenaDd betweenand 9M W Wand
and 11100 ilil 0 said to here been obtained obtainedby oWatneclby obtainedby
by Miss Cramer from Featon J Hurd Hurdby Hunlby Hurdby
by means mea of letters from the spirit spiritland IIPIrltJanel spiritland
land purporting to have come from m the thedeceased tilecleeeeMetl thedeceased
deceased wife of Fenton J 1 Hard began DetaRtills beganthis beganthis
this morning In room 43s Union U Trust Trustbuilding TnMthuUdlRg Trustbuilding
building before Kraitiner Albert Har Harper Harper Hatper ¬
per perMiss
Miss Cramer was a conopieuouc CJl JlI1IiJ figure ftgureat kVr8at
at the first scmlon although she had hadnot hadBOt bednot
not been called to testify today She Shewas Shewas Shewas
was attired in a white auk and wore a alarge alarge alarge
large black picture fcjit fcjitThe bJThe t tThe
The first witness called was Dr Hurd Hurdthe Hurdtit Herdthe
the < conservator who 110 came all the way wayfrom wayfrom wayfrom
from New ew York to testify te ttfyCramer against Miss MissCramer MissCramer
Cramer His direct eamtnatton occupied occupiedi
all the forenoon an his crossexamin croeaexamintJon croesexaminatloii
ation it was hoped tv aid hI be concluded eoDCIudedOtis concededthis
this afternoon in order to let him return returnto
to New York where he is said to have havean Javean havean
an extensive medical practice Mr MrHnrds IrH MrHnrde
Hnrds H nI testimony will not be made pub public public publie ¬
lic until after it is packed upon by the themaster themaster themaster
master in chancery and reported to th thcourt the thec thecourt
court courtThe c courtThe
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The next witness will probably be beMrs beMrs beMrs
Mrs Lee M l Hurd There will be more morethan morethan morethan
than a score of witnesses ae5 heard before beforethe beCocethe beforethe
the examination is concluded id and some someof omeor someof
of them will come from a distance distanceBuilding dlstanceGETS distanceGETS
GETS INJUNCTION INJUNCTIONTO
TO PRESERVE VIEW VIEWBuilding VIEWBuilding
Building for Riggs Estate EstateHalted EstateHalt EstateHa1td
Halted Halt d By Mrs Mary MaryCoeffy MaryCoeffy MaryCoeffy
Coeffy CoeffyQhi
ldef Qhi Ii1ef f Justie Clabaugm today Issued tosuedi
a i temporary Injunction against JI8t the theNational tiHrNatiot theNational
National svl Savings p and Trust T Company Companyand OeIRJMLDYand Companyand
and the BoyteRobertsoa Construe ConstructionCompany ConstruetiosCompeny ruc ructtoaCOMpaDY ¬
tionCompany enjoining < them as the theagents thea theagents
a agents ents of the estate of E Francis FrancisRigs FraacIRigs FrancisRigs
Rigs from obstructing the new from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the threestory residence of Mrs Mary MaryKerr XaryKerr MaryKerr
Kerr Coffey Co e by th tile construction COI tr1ICtiOR of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the building bulldt at Hel H street north norththe DOrthw DOrthor northwet
w wet wetThe
The decIboe or tile court will impede impedethe
the bufldtog plans of the Kins estate estatemad e8Cateand estateand
and the th ease will be carried te the theCourt theCourt theCourt
Court of Appeals and win be hotly con contested coote cuetested ¬
tested testedGOV te CedGOV testedGOV
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TO TOBE BE IMPANELED IMPANELEDMeALESTJER IMPANELEDALESTER IMPANELEDMeALESTER
MeALESTJER Okla Sept 3t SO Or Orrultnc fer ferrunag er erruling
ruling a motion to relic a demurrer in inthe Inthe Inthe
the case against Governor Hasfcell and andothers andotlter andothers
others in the Muskogee town lot cases caseson cueson caseson
on the ground that objeedon could be beratoed beraIHd beraised
raised when proof is attempted att Judge JudgeMarshall J JKnJbaJI JudgeMarshall
Marshall today ordered the empanelling empanellingof g gof
of the Jury to proceed proceedFUSION poeeedFUSION proceedFUSION
FUSION TICKET PLANNED PLANNEDTACOMA PLANNEDTACOXA PLANNEDTACOMA
TACOMA Wash h Sept 2S 2CA A fusion fusionticket fu fusionticket tollUeket
ticket for supreme court Justice can candidates CJdtdat candidates ¬
didates dtdat in Whl Washington on may result resultfrcm resulttrcm resultfrom
from a conference Dfer D e held in this city citytoday ctttoday citytoday >
today bv b insurgent in r ent Republican lead leaders leaders leadare ¬
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IN LflllEfMffil LflllEfMffilRepresentative LORlrflER CASE CASERepresentative CASERepresentative I
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Representative White In InState InState InState
State of Collapse But ButShows ButShows ButShows
Shows Defiance DefianceCHICAGO DefianceCHICAGO DefianceCHICAGO
CHICAGO S Sept pt 3S 6Repre Representative LRepresentatIveCharles RepresentativeCharles entaUvp entaUvpOilerJ
Charles OilerJ A A White hlte who wa wa the t e princi principal prIncipal pnincipal ¬
pal witness against Lee ONeIl < Browne Brownein Bro Bronne BronneIii e eiR
in his hI two trials on charges of bribery briberym
m the election of WHHam WDIIa u Lorimer to tothe tothe tothe
the United States Senate took the stand standwhen staI1dwhen standwhen
when when the investigation of Lorimers Lorimetselection Lorimerselection
election was begunbefore begun before the Senate Senatesubcommittee SenateJIU Senateaubeommittee I
subcommittee JIU R Uee on elections today todayIt
It was the first tIMe Lorimer had hadheard badJteard hadheard I
heard White tell of the bribes he de declares de dedares dedares ¬
dares he accepted from Browne for forhis torItls forhis
his vote for Lorimer White Whltewas was in a astate aatate astate
state of collapse but there was a touch touchof toucho touchof
of defiance in his manner mannerThe maDDerThe mannerThe
The prosecution gained a victory be before before ¬
beI
fore White went on eu the stand when on onsubmission onsublnl onsubmission
submission sublnl don of Attorney Austrian Chair Chairman ChairI ChairIJIID Chairman ¬
man Burrowa ruled that the names of ofprimary ofprImary I IpriRIIY
primary candidates for the office of ofUnited o oUnited I
United States Senator might be submit submitted submitted ¬
ted in evidence to show that Lorimer Lorimerwas Lorimerwu Lorimerwas
was not a candidate for the Senate in inihe Inihe
ihe primaries primariesImmediately primariesftme primariesImmediateI
Immediately ftme iatel after White W ite was called calledan eTI eTIa
an a effort was made to introduce tetters tettersthat Jetersthat letersthat
that passed between tWeeA Lee ONett O eII Brcwne Brcwnei Brcwneand
i and White blte to show their friendship frle l p On Onj QnQ1I68tionlDJ Onquestioning
j questioning by Attorney Asutrate White Whitej Yhlt Yhltdeclared Vh1tedeclared
j declared that Browne had told him himthere himthere himthere
there was big money In it if I he voted votedfor votedfO votedfor
for Lorimer LorimerIn
In what way did he say R ItT Asutrain Aswtrainaakpd Asutraina Asutrainasked
asked aakpdWell a pdWell pd
Well he didnt say exactly bow much muchbut muchbut muchbut
but he said s ld it wouldnt be any chicken chickenfeed chlck chickenfeed n nreed
feed either White hlte replied repliedWhat repliedWhat repliedWhat
What did you ou understand by that thatWell Utatr UtatrWell thatWeII
Well I understood t rd be well paid paidWhite paJdYo paidWhite
White Yo nlte testified be had talked with withBrowne vithBOWJte withBowne
Browne on Mat 15 15 3S09 JiV and nd that be heUtter bebiter
Utter 1 talked with Michael Glbito GlbitoSWISS GIbUuSWISS GliuSWISS
SWISS LABORITES LABORITESTO
TO HOLD MEETING MEETINGLAUSANNE llEETINGLAtSANE MEETINGLAVSANNE
LAUSANNE Switzerland S tzrlaDd Sept 26 26A 26A 26A
A minimum wage wa e polio poll < in connec connection connection connerties ¬
tion with home work and an eight eighthour eightItollr eighthour
hour shift In uninterrupted processes processesare
are the two leading leadIB questions to be bediscussed bedbeU8ed bediscussed
discussed at the th convention of the theInternational theIJltenaatloDa1 theInternational
International Association for Labor LaborLegislation LabortIoR LaborLegislation
Legislation tIoR which began a three thr e days dayssession daysse dayssession
session here today to8 Minister of Labor LaborKing LaborKID LaborKing
King is attending the conference as asthe astbto asthe
the official representative of r the Do Dominion DoMbaloD Dominion ¬
minion of Canada CanadaCANADIAN Caaa4aCANADIAN CanadaCANADIAN
CANADIAN OFFICER DEAD DEADALDERSHOT DEADALDER DEADALDERiHOT
ALDERSHOT ALDER HOT England Sept S SeptLient pt 2S 2SLieut xLIeut
Lieut Roy Grotski Gro of the Queens Own OwnCanadian OwnCaBadian OwnCaiiadian
Canadian Rifles died in the Military TiHitaryHospital XIlItLryHoepital MilitaryHtal
Hospital here today of pnoumonfa Lieu Lieutenant LIeutenaDt Lieutenant ¬
tenant Crowski accompanied the Rifles Riflesto RUlesto Riflesto
to England E IDd from Canada He fell f feif i ill illshortly IIIaOort1y Illshortly
shortly after their arrival aDd aDdplaced was wasplaced wasplaced
placed in the hospital His comrades comradessailed ComradSik comradessailed
sailed ik for home on Saturday SaturdayAre SaturdayFreckles SaturdayFreckles
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