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Under Ban Suggested SuggestedParty SuggestedPartyLabeled Party PartyLabeled
Labeled Progressive ProgressivePresident ProgressivePresicent
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° urea ure passed pa and proposed by the theRepublican theRcpubUcRB thencpuhlcas
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that the party Is progressive in inthe Inthe Inthe
the highest degree defrreeThe tI degreeThe ee eeThe
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By JOHN sN1JRENEW SNURE SNUREXEV SNUREW
NEW W YORK Oct ± Preside rU Prea1dout d Taft Taftread Taftoorpad Tailread
read the riot act to some of the prom pcomanent promInpnt prorafnent
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out nt t in Ms speech speechlie aheedLIIe 1
lie found eat that certain of the foreTnr fore foremost f e emngt ¬
most Tnr Qt RepabtmaBK R here are bent on bolt bottTS boltthe
TS T the th nomination of Weary M Sttna SttnaPriusMent aSQ1 Shata
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President Taft sot hold of seme adtmethem of ofthem oftb
them tb m and proceeded I to tell them w what whatwas t twas L Lwas
was what in plain Engtteh He coon counthe ceuasf coonsoled
sf soled > led them M mroa5 terms to t stick b bthe by bythe a
the ticket to vot Vote ft It and mere than thanthat thaat tha that a asee
t hat get out lid work fOr It sad see seethat
that it was elected electedIt eIect eIectIt
It came to tbe ears of the President Presidentthat PreeWentthat Presidesthat t
that these Republicans Repnb Ieaaa who are disposed disposedTO dl dtspeeTo pNeclto eel
TO bolt Stimson are friendly enough to toStimsoa toStimsou t o
Stimsoa but they are areaere sore at Reose Keosevelt Reosetolt Reosevolt
volt tolt because of his Pea Oeawatoiaie atomio wateand speech speechand aeoedand
and are anxious to rebuke Mm lafashion hi some somefashion semetashlOL
fashion They are men proroincat ia iabusiness htbU8 f fbuainese n
business bU8 oe here hereThe IhreThe hireThe
The PresMent Pr Jent would listen to nocourse no such suchcourse suchcou eac h
course cou of reasonhia r He believes believesSttmsen eaclit in inStimson 1ftStimS
Stimson < intake him a man big bI6to ao enough enoughto i ito
to stand by himself and entitled to con consideration COIII coosideratIos ¬
sideration I on Ms own ow Merits MeritsDoomc Medtsne nitsDeems ed
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Republicans R Hepubllc pulea ata oppoee Roosevelt It andnot and dopwai do dojiot doJNt
not like lie doctrines they should Id try tryto t tin
to take their feelings out by punishing punishingStimson MIIIi pwai a aSt iirn g gStimsoa II IIIf
Stimson StimsonIt St imson imsonIt
It is s understood ull4ler tood that President ldetlt Tatires Taft Taftf t F Fa I
ires f els d Stimson is going to prove even evena ev ea
a stronger figure than Hughes it itelected itelected ifttlected
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elected governor of New York and andthat R4Itht andthat
that there is i every ery reason be Itot h front fronta fr fra freaea
a State and aatioaal standpoint for forthe forthf forthe
the election of Sttmson and the Re Republican ReIublican Republieau ¬
publican ticketWhile ticket ticketWhile tteketWhile
While President Pre Taft does not in intend latnd hntrnd ¬
tend to make political speeches this thislall tlIl tlIlfaU thisran
ran he is oing to do a lot of quiet quietwork quietwork quietwork
work for Stimson liti It is pima Jala since sincetbe shtcetlH sincethe
the New w York visit l of the President PresidentThat Pre Presidentthat i4eJlt i4eJlthat
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son has to expect ia i setting the OWGuard OW OldGuard
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VEATHER REPORT REPORTThe
The temperature has fallen quite rea rearall geafraf
fraf < rally rall s east of the t pe upper uppera Mississippi Mississippivatey
vatey vateylure a ey w while a poaeral Ernes rlPe In t tempera tfmpenti temperahas
lure i Tt has occurred between ween the MltoIsi MIR Mtesfeippi Is Isi
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Nich 1ll Michigan MichiganTK iran iranGetserallY
GetserallY TK rally iy fair weather is indicated indicatedr indlcat indlcatlOr
lOr r the district lying east of the Mi Miissippt MIi Als Alsissipp4
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< thirtysix hours with the exception exceptionf
f showers ta the western ern Lake Lake LakeThe region regionThe rqTht
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5 1onl lonight o n night i ght ghtoc < ht ta the North and Middle fidk AUan AUanr
i oc < r States and front will occur in ex exjosed rmchosed
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WEDDiNG WEDDiNGMYSTIFIES WEDDiNGMYSTIFIES
MYSTIFIES SOCIETY SOCIETYCaptain
Captain Littlefield U S NWas N NWas NVas
Was to Have Married MarriedMrs Married11rs MarriedMrs
Mrs Armour ArmourCEREMONY ArmourCEREMONY ArmourCEREMONY
CEREMONY PLANNED PLANNEDFOR PLANNEDFOR PLANNEDFOR
FOR LAST EVENING EVENINGRumor EVENINGRumor EVENINGRumor G
Rumor Says GroomElect Is In InHospital InHospital I IHospital n
Hospital With Sprained SprainedAnkle SprainedAnkle SprainedAnkle
Ankle
There is considerable mystery over overthe orthe averthe r
the postponed po8t ned wedding of Mrs Kirk Kirktend Kirkad Kirkand
tend l ad G Armour nJte r widow of the Kansas KansasCity K KCity epees eaeCity
City beef packer and Capt Charles CharlesLttUe IV IVUttlefieW RLittlefield
UttlefieW ekl par pa director direct linked States StatesNavy StatesNavy 9tai 9taiNavy
Navy stationed at the Boston Ho Navy
Yard YardThe YardThe
YardThe
The ceremony was scheduled to tak takpiece take takeptece takePlace e
Place yesterday at Mrs Armours rBMtIr sum summer MUDMer summer ¬
mer home at Magnolia Ji N YMrs Y ITMrs YIrs
Mrs Armour however cJoeed upsummer up her hersummer eI8IIIIIIm9r
summer home some days ago and andsow is isnew i6JIOW
new at the Waldorf m New York city cityand ettyaJld citysaid
and a report has it that Captain Llttle LlttlefteU LlttJefteId LILikdd
fteU dd is la a hospital ta Borne N Y Ywith Ywltll Ywith
with a sprained spra ankle aakleAt a2ldeI ankleAt
At the IValdorf Mrs Armour who whogave wJtogave whogave
I
I gave a small dinner party last ast BIght aightrefused
refused 6d today te expiate ia any way waythe wayfire
the t reason why the marriage did not nottake Bettake lieftake
take placeThe place pteceThe
I
The announcement ef the engagfmeat
between the captain and the beef pack packers packers ¬
ers cr widow was made in April and in
the W Nrl slily l lport part or A August came Ute re re reort
I port p ort that they were to be married soon
Mrr Armours husband was the tI 8
of o f Andrew Watson tson Armour an elder I
brother of o Phillip and H H O Armour I IWhen
When he died he was reported to toave I
have h ave left several million dollars lan Mrs
Armour has two sons one aged twen
j
ty and one e seventeenNavy seventeen HV8AteenNavy seventeenNavy
Navy Department Hears Nothing Neth lYethingNothing ng I
Nothing Nothift is known at the Navy De Department
partment rtment of aa accident to Pq DeI DI DIrector Diector
rector r Charles Littlefield or of his bisbeing hisDainS hisbeing
being it U1 in Rome N Y YI FI
I feel sure said Paymaster Gen General General General ¬
eral Thomas Thom J Cowie that if any anything aaytltlnS anything ¬
thing had happened to Pay Director
Littlefield it would have been re reported re1tOrted reorted ¬
ported p orted to me as the chief of his corps
My understanding is that he is te be bemarried bearriad bemarried
married on Tuesday night and that
he and d his wife are to leave Je ve for Bu Buon Burepe Eulet I
repe t on a bonayMOOn hones trig on the lot folng foll follItletit
Jt let wJDS ng tl day y W J
Itletit iOenv Qom TV W K HHrVfaon aktTbODt trtaou data dataerneer tIttaaf d i
erneer of u th Bureau of r 29avtgsa DrbT DrbTwho Y fhobi fhobiwoo > e ewho <
who keeps track of the aovemeats aovemeatsof VeaIet VeaIetof
of naval ofAcers was alee sittb without wlthetHiafonnatlog m mtafotaaat
ialomtatlon tafotaaat on of aa accident to 3r 3rPay ihLltUe MrLittieileldL
LittieileldL LittieileldLPay LltUe ehL ehLPa
Pay Pa Director or Littlaaeid ie oa waiting waitingorders waitingonlers waitingorders
orders for the purpose purp ae e e of getting FU mar married tartied ¬
ried jCoouaanoer Commander Harrison on aid said loots lootsand tOO8YooaM ooaydetail
and I Ihare baye receiv received RiO report at the the4etaU
detail desk de k of anything having hiS occurred occurredto
to 0 cause a postponement of the wedding weddlnjcIf wedd ll llIt
If anything nvtblng has occurred we shall probJ probJably prottably peak peakably
ably have a report of ft at once onceCustomary onceCustomuy
Customary To Report ReportIt
It would be customary for any ny med medical medIcal modea ¬
ical l ea officer attending him to report any anyHlnese DT1llDef8
Illness or accident to the department departmentan
an sad IT Mr Littlefietd were not so badly badlyuBdoubtedly
injured that he could not do 9ft he woakl woakluBdOubtedly I Indoubtedly
uBdoubtedly u teleprai tele it Paymaster Pa er Geni Geniera Ge Geeoral I
era oral Cowie his chief of any accident accidentPaT accidentPay I IPay
Pay Director Littlefield until placed placedOB
OB waiting orders was in charge cbr e of ofd the thenavy UteByY
navy pay office at Boston with it itrusk d the therank thera1lk he
rank o of captain He was bona in inMassachusetts InXassachusetts
Massachusetts and appointed to the theXaval tbcNaval
Naval Academy from Macon on Sep September September September ¬
tember 8 S ISIS He has held his present pr esentt t trank
rank since December 27 3M3 He 1N hasbeen ha habeen seen I
been een attached atta < hed to the navy pay office officeBoston offteeBo officeBoston
Boston since April 30 1907 I
PISTOL DUEL
OVER SMALL LOAN I
Tennessee Men Fire Six SixShots SixShots SixShots
Shots Each and One OneIs OneIs OneIs
Is Wounded WoundedBRISTOL WoundedBRISTOL VI ounded oundedBRISTOL
BRISTOL Teen Oct 2cltarlos 2CharlesNIcoy 3 2cltarlosiccY Charles CharlesXicoy I
Xicoy iccY and Samuel Harris fought a pistol pkMelduel pistolduel i
duel here early this morning ever a loanwhich loan loanwhich Ioaawltiell
which Harris made Xieey and a whichthe which whichthe wIIiekUte
the latter au declined te pay payKaeh IMlYEaeh payEach
Each lined sue times at dose eIo rangeHattie range raneeHarrfe ratnHIIl1i
Hattie was seriously wounded while whileNteey wAileNSeey whileNice
Nteey Nice escaped unhurt
WOMAN CAN FORGE FORGESINGLE FORCESINGLE
SINGLE MORAL MORALCODE MORALCODEhe CODE CODESAY J
SAY PENOLOGISTS PENOLOGISTSShe
She he Must Refuse to Condone CondoneWrong CondoneXlrong CondoneWrong
Wrong In Man They TheyDeclare TheyDecIar TheyDeclare
Declare DeclareKEY DecIarKEY
KEY TO HOME LIFE LIFEIS LIFEIS
IS IN HER HANDS HANDSi HANDSCharge HANDSCharge HANDSCharge
i
Charge That Polygamy Is Better BetterThan BetterThan
Than Present System Is IsKeenly IsKeenly IsKeenly
Keenly Discussed DiscussedSpeakers DiscussedSpeakers
Speakers eakerS Positions on onMoral onII
Moral Standards StandardsThe Stan arcs arcsI
II j
I The tight for a single standard of
morale for men ana d uom women D iiaabegun halI has hasbegun
begun lI n It rill nl make t tel telling el liD tins prog progress pro prores progress ¬
ress as Women take more eonsplcnous ron oonnpicnonii ronJlvlcnonll
npicnonii part in public movementsCharles move movementn movementCbnrl
mentn mentCbnrl Chnrie H R Henderson HendersonUniversity HeDdenunUnl Hendersontiniveralty
University Unl endty of Chicago ChicagoWomen Chlcasoomen ChicagoWomen
Women omen themielveK are to o blame blamefor blamefor blamefor
for the double code of moralnhlck moral moralaivhlch moralewhich
which exists Let them demand demandof
of o men the same standard which vrhlchmen whichJ11en
men demand of nom womenDr tromcn nDr IJr H HC n nc HC
C Sharpe Indiana State Reformatory Reforma Reformatory IleformaI
tory toryJUt1bC
I Judge William In lam II De Lacy I ne makes a Itp01Tcrfui apowerful I Ii
powerful pIeD for a i single sln le standard stand anal analanI I IAmerican
anI at the closing session of the theAmerlcau theAmerican
American Prison Anaociatfon Anaociatfonconvention lesociationconvention llIocJationCODventlon
convention CODventlonBy conventionBy
t tBy
By SELENE ARMSTRONG ARMSTRONGA
A single code of moral fr Sr both m mand mea JBCHand meaaDd
and w women nen Women Womea1talP > liners a < p only them themselvec tJleMMlvr themselves
selves Mlvr ins blame that a d double code sic eacdant ooxa siciMF
iMF ate a we 1flp Alt kJ kngei EZ e K
dant men if an n a r standard d roc df isierW isierWwhkh nMWlity nMWlitywhich 1tt7 1tt7W
W which h man refuse re refuses II to te terte rate in wo wothen wom
m n then we tl1I1 lag NW Iwcwc ave a eagle glc standstd stand standaid I
aid Not beforeThis before beforeThfa ore i
Tide Is the answer Jtarled dried back bymen by bynten b7Mea
Mea in reply to th the loathing ioatbh bo athing arraign arraignment arraignI arrai n nmeat ¬
meat of social al coodkJons c made yester yesterday ye yeoterday ter terday ¬
day te The Times by Dr Katherine Kather te B BDavis B BDavis i iDavts
Davis Ph D of the University of etCbi oChicage Chi Chicago ¬ i
cap in which she stated the existence existenceof exet exetof elhee elheead i
of a double code of morals for men and andwemea a awomen ad I Iwemea
wemea is filling prisons rlt018 and reforma reformatories refermatotiee ¬ i
tories with women criminals and thaan that thatan t
an open and recognized of i igamy
system poly polygamy polygamy ¬ E Erottonnen
gamy would be preferable te the moral moralrottenness meratl meratlrotteDRee8 s
rottenness of our present pr ent systemDr system systemDr 8 1
Dr Davis statements have been beensenatien the thesensation I IseMtI8ft
sensation of the sessions se of the Amen American Amencan ¬ i ican
can Prison on Association and Interna International IRtentaj International ¬
tional Prison Congress in Washington WashingtonWoman WaslllnstoaWoman WashingtonWoman
Woman Is Master MasterI
I should say that the matter of oCsingle a asingle aai
single ai code of morals rests absolutely absolutelyTith aG60J absolutelywoman elY elY71th
Tith woman womanpen said Charles R R HenderSOH HeRllwa Hosier
pen a who w O holds the chair of ofe sociology sociologyat
at a s the th thAs e University of Chicago ChicagoAs
As Goethe has said s id It is woman womanthat WODMIDthat womanthat
that se Ttsideth i detk us upward and on onHow euHow enHow
How shall women take held of thematter the thematter theJlltter
matter oO of establishing e ltab1l8bin a asRslo single oode ef ofmodals efmorals etJIIOIaJ
morals for both sexes sexe Why first of ofall oraM ofalt
all let them i be > e given a a scientific Hlontl e education edu 00 00cation
cation
Let thorn Know life frankly andwithout and andwithout aDdwtthout
without shame And let them be moral morally morally morally ¬
ly and spiritually so sensitive s to thehighest the thehighest Utehighest
highest ideal of civilization clvlHzatlonone one man manfor martor manfor
for one woman womanthat that they Ute shall refuse refuseto
to tolerate i much ch less condone anyether any anyether an aneUler
ether standard standardTbe standardooTlte standardThe
The light for the single sin le standard standardmorals of ofmorals orm4M81s
morals Jas l as bogus and its leaders are arethe arethe arethe
the Kiiglfcspeaking F Fgll hspeaking peoples of the theworld theworkL theworld
world worldA workLA
A single standard of o morals te Best beatfor Bestf
for f r both tft men and women said Dr H HC HC
C Sharpe treasurer of the board of e etnlstees
trustees of the Indiana State Reforma Reformatory 1teformatorT ieforlnatore ¬
tory tore1f
toryIf
If women complain of a double
standard l let t them
remember that they the > y
are responsible reepon ble for or its existence e istence I a aContinued am amContinued pmContinued m
Continued on Page Five
POLICE GRAPPLE IN VAIN VAINFOR VAINFOR VAINFO
FOR FO FOR r BODIES OF SAILORS SAILORSCommander SAILORSCommander SAILORSCommander
Commander of Squadron of North Atlantic Fleet De Declares Qec1ares Declares ¬
clares It Is Impossible to Estimate Number of Dead DeadFollowing DeadFollowing
Following Swamping of Barge From Battleship
NSW B YORK YOP Get 2 With With thousands thousandsteefcinc the thousandseeklne sends sends1Hk
teefcinc 1Hk eeklne oa from the banks and the piers piersof Hersof piersof
of the North river police patrol boats boatstoday boatstooQay boatstoday
today started start tl grappling in for the bodl bodies bodiesof cii ciiof s sof
of the sailors who were drowned last lastevening Ia3tcveRIN lastevenhta
evening by y the swampim ef the bargeof barge bargeof
of c the lll battleship New Hampshire HampshireShortly DampthireShortly IlaahpohkGShortly
Shortly after 8 oclock a beard of inquky in inquiry Inky ¬
quiry ky was called by Admiral Vreetead Vreeteaden Vr Vrn
en n beard the Louisiana Ra his flagship ship Ip to toInvestigate tolnvfI6tlsate toInvestigate
Investigate the accident aotfidentBesleesl accidentBesieged t tBesI
Besieged BesI cd with requests for a Mat t of the theatiseinc themlsslnc themissing
missing teen n Roar Admiral Rogers Rl gers stop stopvei stopped
1 ped long 1 Ott enough to spate II this statement statementie
ie a Washington Ya hin Tunes representative representativeThere repreeMtativeTIt repreeeentntiveThere
There wilt b M no Bat of the th missing missinggfviag miNinsyj1 miminggiving
giving yj1 out until after the fleet sails s sSturdIQ an anSaturday onSaturday
Saturday next The reaeti rea e h is ebviouc ebvioucThere eIt eItTit ebvI sn snhpro
There Tit rQ are probably 4m 4 Men on leave leaveEstablished leaveEstabhod a aEstabIished
Established t84 r84OWest 18 = 4 1 1Old
j Oldest Old I Ij > F er Fto PIra tJR te r the th U Gs GsJ t S Ss
J
s
s some me for fdrtyoight hours
some for forseveral fer3evend forseveral
several days Therefore it would be
for us to tell who of thete thewrice
rice is lost
until the n men
n are on beard beardor
or the bodies found ana Identified
The T e investigation ino tlgaUOD will be carried caniedentirely carriedentirely iA iAentirely
entirely by the Federal authorities
The Th local police have been R notified to
this t ls affect ec4 and their
only < connection connectionwith connectionwith
with the eatastrophe will ill be an en ¬
deavor to find the bodiesNot bodies bodiesNot bodiesNot
Not an officer on the Nov Hampshire Hamp ¬
ll shire would venture today to
give evenan even evenan evenan
an estimate of the number of probable
dead Those e OR shore who saw the
barge swamped wore wor not so c reticent rt
Captain Leutc who conducts a boat
tEe on the jjier at K9th 1i th street streetOwUJSueS atreetgjfue streettCant
tCant OwUJSueS gjfue aedon on on Page Five FiveEstabllihed FivoEstablished FiveEstablished
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IHAPPY HAPPY BABY KNOWS NOTHING NOTHINGOF NO THING THINGOF
OF TRAGEDY IN BASTON HOME
MOTHERLESS CHILD CHILDONLY CHILDONLY
ONLY THOUGHT OF OFACCUSED OFACCUSED
ACCUSED POLICEMAN POLICEMANVill
Will Probably Be Adopted AdoptedBy AdoptedBy
By Sister of Dead DeadWoman De DeadWoman d dWoman
Woman WomanSHOOTING WomanSHOOTING WomanSHOOTING
SHOOTING A RES LT fLTOF LTOF LTOF
OF MAN DRINKING DRINKINGQuarreled DRINKINGQuarreled DRINKINGQuarreled
Quarreled on Street When Wife WifeAsked WifeAsSedHusband VifeAsked
Asked AsSedHusband husband forMoney for forMoney forlroney
Money
Chubby and laughing lallgh wi wifc i big brownwee brown brownyea IM W1 W1teo
wee yea too mfa Iatall le tne to understand the thrtragedy ttrtny theteaY
tragedy they have ve witnessed wl a baby babygirt baLyUris babygirt
girt this morning kicked and eroon crooned eroonelIta l lta
ta a little house at TtKl l Thirtieth street stretrHOTS fir streetHeys t tHers
Hers is a life tangled in the mesh rt rtthe ofthe It Itthe
the Wttl tmseiHee tra Mle of married life whi dJ dJeut < t teubninated r reubnl
eubninated eut eubnl sated last n alight ht when nr liar fathertPolicenraan father fathciPoticeoMUi fath fathPoIJee <
tPolicenraan PoticeoMUi Chartaa G Bas Beaus n made her herj h hfTi r ran
j i an orphan with bra II own hand handmoment 1MuIdH leandHis
H His beans broken by tIN simsts trot linlfa trotin
fa a moment of frenzy at his wife wifeCatherine witOatIMriIM wIte7ettherine
Catherine Baeton en the eve e of their tbetrwedding theirwedding theirweddtUC
wedding anniversary for they were weremarried wenrrhd weremarried
married rrhd nine yeare ago today 3 Da Beatonalts eton etonaita
Jilt silently Uy ta his m cell at the Seventh SeventhprecmcL Seventhprecinct eatb eatbmct I
precinct precmcLHte mctJU precinctHis
His wife to dead d deedmurdered mur aUn1er er d by Mm th thpotto tIM thepalius 1 1y
potto say y He binieclf is charged with withthe wiCIItile withthe
the hhe bldieot t of capital crimes His msOW titi titiloweAicers eftj eftjlowo
lowo OW loweAicers cers torn turn from him And in thhi tIIIIIt thismomnt thhinMnnent
nMnnent t Cnariea G Daetoa poMcoman poMcomanprhKMier poIIc poIIcJItIJoDer psikdn aa aaprboaer
prhKMier can lad nd no thought for bin hfedead Ja Jadeed bintread
dead wife or far his own plight for fOC0DI7 hnonly hn bttionly >
only concern i Is for the mite ef Jnunaa Jnunaaheeto 11 11It7 humaaIty
It7 wile lisps bin name ad kicks herbeak her hern
beak eontentedSy n the home of JaW hfalbrotnerlnrlaw bnboothsI
brotnerlnrlaw 1 boothsI 1 law all tnknowhwr the tragic tragicth
et o bee 0 own Y rows life lifer
> r + h Ifs we wetit r rdhl G
dhl th M ae rdrbi tact night oi tCht > rht be bemoney MufterWeWN betsmrr
tsmrr ufterWeWN Bsstearwt + id n6t givf f fJItOJMlY tit tta ttamosey
money rhlrlt w h his wife feared he would wouldspend wouldspend wouldspend
spend for liquor and turning turnln upon her hernrd Morflrttd herfired
fired four bullets into her head their theireishte tbttrei theireighteenmonthold
eishte ei htffnmonth3Jd < n month aid baby frightened
by the noise of o the ahots cuddled Ied IedVANNUTELLlGREETED i iITELLIBfiEETED
ITELLIBfiEETED ITELLIBfiEETEDCatholics
BY BYFORTY FORTY THOUSAND THOUSANDCatholics
Catholics of Philadelphia
I Give Popes Pope s Representative RepresentativeElaborate RepresentativeElaborateReception RepresentativeElaborateReception
Elaborate ElaborateReception Reception
PHILADELPHIA PHlL DELPHIA Oct OctMore 2 More tna tna4tM ibaa
4tM 4 persons crowded six of thin UatBcItps thindtys thtecitys
citys Catholic churches today to re receive re recetve receive ¬
ceive the papal pal blessing from fromdtnat Car Cardinal Cardinal ¬
dinal Vtoeenae TannutelH who with wKKCardinal withCardinal It ItCardI
Cardinal Logue primate of Ireland
arrived In Philadelphia last night nightThe RtJhtThe nightThe
The presence of the two princes of ofthe ortbe ofthe
the church in Philadelphia has aroused arousedthe arousedthe arousedthe
the Catholic population pep laUoR of the city asIt as asit asIt
it has net n t been te years yearsCardinal yearsCardinal Oet8 Oet8Carolnal
Cardinal laogue because 1Ise of his ad advanced 341vanoed advanced ¬
vanced age did not take part in the thetour theor thecoos
tour or f inspection with the rest of ofthe eCtile
the visitors iris morning 1I1Om ig but re reaatnotf requieti rettiin
aatnotf ttiin quietly resting ie tIR at atSt St Patricks PatricksCiflitwl P PAtrteks4hrsI trleks trlekse
=
Ciflitwl e 4h1 1 VaanuteUrs day has been beenf beenne
t f JHM pea At the cathedral in Logan LogaaaTevft Legans1
aTevft s1 wholly er he Is the gtfaet of Arch Arcii Archg
ii 9 g > 1 IyiCardinal Cardinal Vannutelll said saidfaass said1pfS saidis
faass 1pfS is at which more snore than iewrad i it iew L95I
rad t I a The great great bhacch would netFtmodats net notpirrjodat5 netJ
pirrjodat5 J 1IDodet half those who wishedtQatet wished wishedt
tQatet t 4 teL and crowds waited on th thestage thsap J
sap and in the square for the papal papaldelegate papaldogate
delegate te give them his blessing blessingT blessingTon
T Tea a automobiles were lined before beforethe lIeteNUte bolerotte
the Cathedral at 9 oclock to convey conveytae conveytile conveythe
tae cardinal and the visiting prelates prelatesabout prelatesalleut prelatesabout
about th the city cft With the papal dele delegat delegate delegate
gate gate were Archbishop Archblsho Ryan Bishop
Prendergast Father Charles F Kavanagh Kava I
aagh 1I b secretary to the archbishop and andFather i
Father Jelase Jel secretary to Cardinal CardinalV i
Vannut V nnutslli nnutslliThousands lli lliThou
I Thousands Thou ands of children dressed inwhite in inwhite I Iwhite
white and carrying flowers owers thronged throngedthe throngedstreets i ithe
the thetongue streets and sang in their native nativedriven i
tQ tongue Ue as the papal delegate wasdriven waS I
driven through the Italian section sectionThousands 5eCtiOIlTtteusands sectionThousands
Thousands fell on their kneos as heextended Ho Hoextended 110extended
extended his arms and gave thorn thornthe thomtht themthe
the blessing of Pope Pbs Pl s before the thetwo thetwo
two churches churchesEverywhere cburcheEverywhere churchesEverywhere I
Everywhere could be seen Ameri American Amt dmsrican rI1 ¬
can flags entwined with the papal papalcolors paaalcolors
colors colorsThe colorsThe
The Cardinal was deeply impr imprsw imprswed ee eeed I
ed by the religious enthusiasm cnthusla8hiprSeace his hispresence Mapresence
presence awakened His strong face facewas facewas facewas
was aglow with approval approvalMere approvalMere ppro al alMere
Mere Italian It Uan children greeted the theetetingutebed tileIIletI thedietinguiabed
etetingutebed IIletI guibed visitor at St Pauls PaulsParochial PaWsParochial PaulsParochial
Parochial School at Tent and Chris Christian Christian Christian ¬
tian streets streetsThen streetsThen treetsTJlpn
Then the party were driven rapidly to toFranklin t tFranklin toFranklin
Franklin and Brown streets reets where was wasdedicated WfISdedicated
dedicated the first American Cathedral Cathedralef I
II IIof
of Greek Catholics Cat elics who have recegnized receg recegniz i ihop
nized niz tM supremacy or the Pope Hite Hitehop I
hop Ortinsky had charge of othe the dad dedication dadcation I Ition ¬
cation tion ceremonies the cardinal taking takingno
no part except to confer the blessing blessl at atthe atthe atthe
the conclusionFollowing conclusion conclusionFollowing ion ionFollowing I
Following dedication Cardinal Van Vannutalli VannuteJll Tannuteltt =
nutalli was driven drt en to St Charles Ben Borremeo Benromeo
romeo Seminary at t Overbrook for
luncheonCardlael luncheon luncheonCardroH lUltCltoDCardt BorI
CardroH f1 YAS VannutelH vtelU after a night at atthe titUte atthe
the Seminary at t Overbreok O Ptbrk will leav leavfor ktt ktter eaee
for er New ew York tomorrew accompanied aceORipantedv I IMen
v Men Falconio FalconieEstablished FalconioEstablished Pa PaEs
Established Es blisbcd 1824Oc 1824 l z4 s
dHi Oc tt LltWw bt + iy C8 itk and nd K Y A c I
f
CHARLES G BASTONPhottagraapk BASTON
Phottagraapk P e p Iu Takea By Ptia Len ef H Hen BASTONWhea keag When Bat Bastes a Was With Withhweys WithI6iwty I
hweys r Filet
I
donor te Mrs > ltrtgtwtn its aunt who whobad whobad
bad Jut stepped t p d out t on her torch a afew af afew
few f w feet away a awe and cried aofkly Y yet retcatonly yeti yethis
1iNa fr Ltft rhl1J rhl1JJ i
J hIut4r hIut4rl hIut4rc1Mb has tht tsdeemat sieaiahtd sieaiahtdley
ley 1me i l t it wh a 1MS 1MScaimly
catonly besMtetno wile whose life lifehd he hehd beh
h hd d taken ta Baaton astoa turnedSay turned turnedSay turnedSaT
Say Lip LI omb mb let me kias the habp Iu Iubefore p pbErOrE
before I go be said saidAt saidAt saidAt
At the station home while detec dotecOeBERUFOLLEnE detecORDER detecORDER
ORDER OeBERUFOLLEnE OeBERUFOLLEnEDoctors LA FOLLffiE FOLLffiETO
TO OPERATING TABLE TABLEDoctors TABLEDoctors
Doctors Declare Senator SenatorMust SenatorMust SenatorMust
Must Receive Treatment TreatmentWithout T TreatmentWithout reatmeQt reatmeQtVith
Without Vith ut Delay
JtOCHJSTER R CH ± STER Minn Oct Senator SenatorRsidert SenatorRobert I
Robert M TA J FoBette e will go on the thedaperatiagg i ioperating
operating ra t table Tueaiay T motnUav j This Thiswas TIllswas ringsvgs
was decided by the doctor lay taayKxanrtnations layJIt1tatloas t2ndayExsnimations I
Kxanrtnations have abowa that u n
penttton ration is i pecenemry r ry despite the Sen Senors en enaaoes
alols ors desire to po pane It until after afterthe att attthe afterthe
the campaign campaignEVIDENCE campaignEVIDENCE SD SDEVIDENCE
EVIDENCE SHOWN SHOWNOF SHOVNOF SHOWNOF
OF HARD STRUGGLE STRUGGLEEngineer STRUGGLEEngineer STRUGGLEEngineer
Engineer Taken From F roar Train arid aridMurdered andMurdered slidhiur
Murdered hiur ered aad Robbed RobbedBy RebbedBy RubbedBy
j
By Bandits BanditsBRISTOL BanditsBRISTOL BanditsBRISTOL
BRISTOL Tenn Oct OctTbe 2 The body of ofBdwam ofdn
Bdwam dn rd X Kelly the Bristol engineerwho engineer engineerwho r 1
who was taken from rom his train robbed gobbedand j J
and murdered at Wayne ayne W Va a last laatweek 1 lastweek
week arrived this morning and while whileI Whileso f fcelved
B details of the tragedy have ha Mea
re re received
I I celved the de dead d body indicates that he heI 1MI
I had a terrible t terrible nible lit fight bt with the brigands s f
I His coat and rid shirt in are A rut Into to shreds shredsand shredsand
and bin body bod badly lacerated while two
ptetei shots In the head were w responsi i
i Me for death 4le Ut i t f
Bubbling Bu over ev with psutetatiaa nrr atfeng of ofJ ofatonal
atonal J love 1 o fur the Anv AJrYic rtaan people peopleteinment NDIIIeJMl pospleand
and t soon of die MeniJd 8mdaaldIsle MeniJdIsle
Isle who have contributed bt big enter ellterItalament entertatument
teinment while In th tIJe National Na Capital Capitaland Capitaland aPi
and expreeeing ex In no uncertain terms termshi terJrshis termsbig
hi his regret that the big Jove feast that thatwas thatt thatwas
was to t have br been n tendered teRdeftdItIs Mm during dtas4nlthis duringhis
his stay in Wsfetamon W 9Q had received receiveda
a crimp cause unknown the Hon HonMichael HOILehael HonMitchel
Michael Doyle lord mayor 781 of Dublin Dublintown DabUII9W11 Dublintown
town 9W11 TSft found tOUJldat at the Hinard W Hard thismorning this thismorning thla1R0tJIiut
morning frr frrtting ttinic < and fuminic r became becamethere becausethere e etboce
there wasnt much stnrteK and because becaiutehie 1Nca becausekin
kin 1 barber hadnt shown wn up upMr lIPMr upMr
Mr Lord Mayorthats Mayor a rthts thats hs hi offictil offictiltftk cftct11title efl ctal
title a alAr hi U S A Asaid said he must mu n posi positively pooiUn t + esi esitively ¬
tively Un > I be at something om thf whether It b btaking ittaking bakin
akin taking ht h kinks out of the KngQ KngQtablishcd En I nglba nglbatabhshcd fbl I IZtablishcd
tablishcd 18 1824 4 = 4 4i I Iu
Quality u Iity i ie oar Yaws WerdM W r I Advu t I If
f
tivoc ti sat about IM bier It plying ply 7iag ng him with withqeerte wit witquerien th b
qeerte b he broke > his b aitenee only onlyenough 17 Inrng Inrngenouftth 1eIIgb S bS
enough b to ipgnaat Caycnluk Srhnpidor Srhnpidore Sela e eafter Wer WerIJ
IJ = J
rJ 9 IS
aft after tile W < pusses ar n nffttte ptilMh
e ffttte fttteba ba yrfrt yrfrtI gkiAll jJrl
AH day Ions In h his hi cell h be has at atuaU sa sasilently ftt fttUently t I
I silently uaU Wits Hi s one thought u t if t of t teblld the theehfld tw
ehfld and when wh n a relative called call calledContinued thin thteContinued thJeContin1ltd
I
Continued on Fourth FourthSHUN Page PageWashingtonians PageSHUN
SHUN POLICE FORCE FORCEAS i iAS j
AS GLAMOUR FADES FADESWashingtonians
II I IlVashingtonians
II I
I ti
Washingtonians No Longer LongerYearn Longert LongertYearn LonieYearn rl t l
Yearn for Gay Uniforms UniformsI Unif UniformsMen rms f fMen j
I Men Now Needed I i
Wanted WantedPolicemen WantedPolicementimer tedPeltcaoen tedPeltcaoenJIaJDr Policemen PolicemenMajor
Major Richard Sylvester ST eater nuilamad aaperiateadeat nuilamadent erfJlt4eIIt
eat if of the Wasbtaettm W Wa aitagten rLl > t wee force forcetoday fefte11NIay feeeeedaty
today announced aoaced that there hi adeer a aof
deer of applications frets tr men who
have a a y Yaual omtaf to trod the the beat He Hestated HeJltatcd Heslued
stated that he hag
a numbi of vacan vacanapolfcantii
des on th the f force ICe lid that there ace areno Do
applicants apolfcantiiTlie applicantsThe IeaDttll IeaDttllThe
The glamour of brass bIa buttons and blue
uniform and nd the craving cra to twirl the
hickocyseems hidtohr geerus to have vanhrtud te the
pact year accordfng to Major ajar Sylvester SsrIYe ter
who nays aaysthatt that ttone was when he was W1UJwith
deiug dehigod d with 4M9 app8eat1oftg < cati ns for positions
on the police pa ft ferce aee e
The waiting waJ list was loop and the
applicants IeaJlta were impatient t to be number ¬
ed among amn among the finest But those days
are oer mourns the head of the police
department departmenthave t LI
00 I have a number of vacancies on the thewee
force < wee bat have
not sot a solitary an anwy a
pieart who can JrA88Ure up toe tile re re
4dred uaJtfictlotllS said K Kvester Major Majorrester
vester tl8da today wy 1 t mean by that men
rho can pnss p sm he physical and elemen
terv t2r vexamimai trxamimu DIU ins hi order that wemar we wej
j mar av mamUJn the t desired high stand ¬
ard ardHowever ardHo
Ho However er there are same good peat
rions open on the force for or the right rif t
men and I Will be glad to hear from
proper candidates
j
DUBLIN S LORD MAYOR MAYORADMIRES
ADMIRES OUR WOMEN WOMENIrish
Irish City Citys s Head Fairly Bubbling Over With Ith Enthusiasm EnthusiasmSince EnthusiasmSince EnthusiasmSince
Since Reaching Washington But Is Nettled AtFailure At AtFailure AtFailure
Failure of Plans for Reception Here
dtaeiag 1 Ute bdlbps for
kig lurbta FII
01 gt gig g n waiter r a lItOG nhotstroYS itrous tin 1
for sW he ur Fm
a little dynamo
and anddown M1
wilen
I get WUIIIId op Foe rget gut te rut ntti
down dowaTJte downThe downThe
The lord mayor wouldnt wouJ at sit still a I
minute He told all about
i
why he e
eajne to America mnc
white walking walkln j j
I around the
room and playiag the host
t Le th the aaeemhled 1 j
newspaper
men J
Thin Th is why heTh he cnmer
i The Th e Canard
Kteamehip line baa baafor
dropped QeentoWJI
Ii a pert of call I I
for th Uu westward We twanl
bound
skips ItS o and a
favors rav lS Fishiputrd F a waLl We Welsh port SR IS I I I
stead TW This makes kes a diffeSne difference to
Dublin in m the mal malContinued service of tWEl twelve tIo
Continued o oEstablished on Sixth X p pEstablished j
Established 1824 r8a4et I I
M years lefts ow Story OtyA4frt Advt I
1FOUR FOUR MORE DtAUTAKEN DEAD DEADTAKEN
TAKEN FROM RUINSI RUINS HIDELOS
i I AT ATf LOS 1GELFive 1GEL
f
1 i
1Five r Five Suspects One a Known Knowni KnownAnarchist KnownAnarchist
Anarchist Are UnderArrest Under UnderArrest UnderArrest
i
Arrest ArrestBELIEVE ArrestI ArrestBELIEVE
Arrestr
r
I BELIEVE EXPERTS EXPERTSMADE
MADE 1 1 ADE THE BOMBS BOMBSBig
Big Labor r Parade Pfaaaed forToniorrow for forTomorrow forTo
Tomorrow To tOlTow Has Boo BeeaLatest
i
1 Aba Abandoned ned
y yLatest TLatest
Latest Facts Concerning C otic ltg
Los Angeles Explosion ExplosionTvrcntyene EXposionTwenf7eDe ErptosIonTssentyene
Tvrcntyene dead aDd a number numberFive numberstill BmlferUtI
still UtI misefas misefasFive rBS rBSFIve
Five suspects under arrest and andIVork aadbelnl andbeing
being sweated sweatetlVork sweatedYork
York of o recovering the be bodies b f ea be begln Ife Ifegin beglue
glue gin r five jJ e betas recovered Be e Car CarDynamite tarDynnmltc farDynamite
Dynamite liernli with sleek ol ek work rverkattadunent WerkattAcbne workattachment
attachment t found fo atl under GeneralOtis General GoaeralOtin GaaeralOU
Otis OU name nameLabor I1smeLnbor haineLabor
Labor leaders unit unittbe unite latf iaQonuaoiag iaQonuaoiagthe 1IclB I
the outrage outrageIOS outr outrageLOS e
f
LOS A AXGKLKS > GI I > KS Cal CaL iOct Oct OctFour OctFourmore S Four Fourmore
more nnidcatlBed UJlldcatl ri oodles burned to ten toa
a crisp P have Just been taken from fromtic fromthe
tic Jimokinc mokln ruins rvlo of the Los Lo Angeles AngelesTimes AasrelenTiiacK > B B1eA
Times 1eA hvlldlo hvlldloThere building JndldlDSThere buildingThere
There IH no method of telling tenia ben faevrmany lIe benmany T
many spore vrlll be discovered discoveredA discoveredIstnnt discoveredAssistant
A Assistant l8tant 3InunKns Iaunblo Bdlter Chaattft ChaattftIcr ORB II IIIcr
Icr today todD received a a letter threaten threatencede tlltCatraIn threatenhim
tag In 11l1awltk him kith death If hellllLJl8J he dlstaet BC acccde
cede ee to eerialp ee eeIbe al tBla atands d dbe i iThe +
The be r e emcnt e t is aid frjf ft + beat JBft4nod beatsad
nod thc lBdi > crtJwdJIf are th r reagisg gtBJ
fie streets JCetlt lending l ndlaJ t8 < e t tt tie < s sbuilding raised rKlactlbull
building buildingLOS bull din dinLOS
LOS ANCELJES NCELES CaL Oct Z Fit Fitsuspects Fiv Fhl FhlaJU8
aJU8 suspects eCta are 1 arrest and Ute po poe police
lice e today expect e to force f front one of ofthem orthem ofthem
them a confession IeR that will explain explaintbe explainthe li1 li1the
the deep mystery of the destruction destructionof ta OOI1 OOI1or
of the Los Angeles Tbn ne 8 b bnlMlng bnlMlngin 1NIIdtnIn 1dtng 1dtngin
in which ae nearly rly a score of live U werlost wer werlost r r1o
lost and Ute flndincr of dynamic dynamicbombs dyIamitbo dynamitbombs
bombs bo and Jnfema feIIIaJ inochhteg nearthe near nearthe nrthe
the home of Gen Harrison Grtsy Gee Otis Otisproprietor Oti Otipr Otirnetar =
pr proprietor i rietor of the Times and T J JZaoJinnaalBar dZaebaaieiaar J Jz
z ZaoJinnaalBar IWIIPr secretary of e the Los LosA Lo LoAD
A AD Angeles see e1es > Merchant and allturera Mnwrtac Mnwrtacturera
turera Anoociarton AnoociartonThouaaad A u
Thouaaad 111 ec c labor men are te the thftree
streets having come to attend thmeettaa th thmee
meeting mee of the State federation of oflabor ofJa oflabor
labor here tomorrow to and with all ailLee allLoe aULos
Los An Angsies rsiea M bitterly divided over overthe OV r rtlte
the office question the sttuatien of ofturmoil oftarMOll oftartheoil
turmoil extetinc today to MKeIIt with wit h
evil poseibilities po poo thUItiee e That the author authorities atllortiea authorties
ties view the smouldering < feeling feelingwith
t lwlth with considerable apprehension appre isl is isevidenced
I l evidenced by l y the tb fact that several severalhundred yera yeralHl
I hundred lHl re41 Springfield shire are leaded tonderii e eaJHl
i and in the t lobby J oY of the police station stationSearching
I Searching SearC ng Far Bodiesol Bodies BodiesAmong B BI
I Among AM6 the ruins of the Times 11 build bntJdia IMIihliDb buildlag
ia lag hundreds of men are w wotlctna rhfog un untiringly 1InUrlapy antirlugly ¬
tiringly ha search of the bodies of th threex thbeUeved thTaeat
reex believed to be under the debris debriGreat debrisGreat ri riGeat
Great crowds are stra straining th tI the poise pnlirlines JIItIicnae poiselines <
lines and it is with difficulty that th thguard thnb thguardb
guard nb keep back scores of shriekingI shrieKing
isobWns I 8 sobbing women sad little chttdrcr chttdrcri dalWrerwho
i whose e husbands 11 sod fathers are areamons areaHHag areamong
among the th lest lests MIJKtagJed st stMingled
s Mingled expressienc expr sloas of sympathy sympathyi pathy pathyaDd >
i and radi tDdiglla nation are bead i ilaborinx among the thelaboring th thlMrI
laboring lMrI men who wit have deme iBnaT e ogated ogatedin > attcd attcdia tcd tcdIn
In the city but reseat te alteration alterationof tion tionor
1 of the Times TI and its tbia frteads ds that tba thatunionism t tualOlli
I unionism la te back of the dttstractfoB dhoa or ofthe orUte orthe
the newspaaer aewapa plant wM fiat appal appalattemptx appall pa1
l 1 lint loon oC life IUIII t the tWI8 tert allege i iatteu iattempts
attempts to dynamite the Otis born bornaI bomeand
and thai of an active aattvnJon aahuaionleader 0J1 0J1leader
leader leaderBorror leaderHorror
Horror to expressed on all rings and andlabor Dd DdlaBor
labor lenders J declared today that DO n
expense ex DH wilt be spared In oearias ce deg uthe u uthe uUte >
the mysterj JIQ and freeing unionism aaieaismfrom smtr8Hi unionismfrom
from the stigma placed upon It by thTimes th ihTfmes thtt1Res >
Times and ether enecoiee e as a cease COII COIIJ ceaseauenee
j J queace of the outrages in I the last tw twdays twt twh twhdays
t days dlQSoBeUevc Believe Experts RespoBsibie Re p9UiWe
The avthoriCies are withholding JtM T r evi evidomolttie
deuce they him eoI eolleeted regardWg th the thedemolition
demolition d of the Times 1MIi mutineer sadthe sad aurfthe au autlte
the two dynamite plots discovered in Qte QteJIwK he heteat helast
teat twentyfour tweatf hours but intimations intimationsmade Intimationsmade
made by detectives cl Indicate tbkt the po police police ¬
lice believe that an orsanfapd ooll wing xungrakUtsd wingskiihd D DakfJW
akUtsd in the handling of high pplor explo exploSivjes
Be Sivjes vis ea and PD possessed lJ of an expert knuRledge knuRl knowlotige
MIte of the placing of ° infernal una unacatoea IIIIator ttrachine
chine te responsible for the otn outrage outragei OHtra ra Tot TotThird ft ftT
i T Third degree tactic U are being bf ing timed timedby
I by 8 the police today on a suspect susJ t na flame flameIsf rne > T Ti
Isf cliasst lip and i at the tb t termination terminational
oe tile Nag ordeal al they epet xp < t to be bein beIn behi
in pmaussion Jla2 I t of damaging evidence cvidfDcet evidenceagainst
against t the apposed < l gang Ja of iyaa dvttamitt < IntaJllltent
Brttere JiapJJ Sa an was arrested early frf to today lay
hi W We est Lake Park and while the th police policehave pnl p iiee iieehave Ce Ceae
have no direct t evidence against him the thesuspect thethu theaspen
suspect thus thu far V ht < refused T UfitId to giv givSifctiartnry ght a asatiildactnry
Sifctiartnry t ae a aoun ourT rf f his movements movementson
on of Friday night an and < T Saturday Saturcb SaturcbTJlreeteal atueayFMeate
Tttreateaing TJlreeteal FMeate ing letters were re found foun < on OnwtJm
Smga gun when be was as arrests arr tf ri bit h t ih ihnature I btf btfnature benature
nature of the contents < th f t1 re reN1 reteeping
keeping N1 tnl a secret p pnding > ndine f1rt fMrthr r in n nntigaUon
Vf ntigaUon ti5atlon Kgan tn < is easlf i is isEstablished illanfOWE
anfOWE ans = wE rsj to qUfotton 11101 xn i oil a i1i re reEstablished 6 6Established
Established 1824 1824Aad I8 1624And 4 4ARd
And Better Bett Today Toda Than Ever Advt advtw ubtfo
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