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J Part Partly and dC Cloudy Thursday d Tonight Tonightand ight he a hin1iton Qimt LAST EDITION EDITIONNTOIBER EDITIONII II IINmIBER
NTOIBER 6849 Yesterdays Circulation 41523 WASHINGTON V WEDNESDAY VED TESDAY EVENING OCTOBER 5 1910 Sixteen Pages PRICE ONE O = m CENT
ALL MILK SHIPPERS SHIPPERSMUST SHIPPERSMUsr
MUST TEST CATTLE CATTLEHealth CATTLEOFFICERS CATTLEOFFICERSDECREE
OFFICERS OFFICERSDECREE OFFICERSDECREEHealth DEGREE DEGREEHea
Health Hea th Department Hurls HurlsAnother HurlsAnother HurlsAnother
Another Bomb B mb Into Ranks Ranksof Ranksof Ranksof
of Dairymen DairymenDEALERS DairymenDE DairymenDEALERS
DEALERS DE LERS PROTEST PROTESTAGAINST PROTESTAGAINST PROTESTAGAINST
AGAINST AGAINST ACTION ACTIONProducers A ACTIONProducers TION TIONProducers
Producers of Other States May MayRefuse MayRefuse MayRefuse
Refuse to Ship to toCapital toCapital toCapital
Capital CapitalSteps CapitalSteps CapitalSteps
Steps in Battle for or Better BetterMilk Better1Wilk BetterMilk
Milk MilkShippers 1WilkShfllper MilkShippers
Shippers of milk from outside the theDistrict theDItrlct theDlstrlct
District of Columbia must submit nuhnilttheir submittheir ubmlttheir
their cattle to tuberculin tent by byorder b border byorder
order of Health Department Departmentissued DCIJartmentIssued Departmentissued
issued today todayDenier todo todoDenler8 todayDenlers
Denier aroused over action de demand deulond denand ¬
nand of Commissioners Comml MIClner publichearing publichearing public publichearing
hearing ns n to Health Depart Departments Depnrtment Departments ¬
ments ment actions which hlch cause muse citi citizenMhip cltlzenf4hlp citizenship
zenMhip of District to nuffer fer from fromflnanclnl iromtinancl1 fromSnanclni
flnanclnl and bcalth hfOIth standpoint standpointLocal SinndpolntLocal 4tnnlpolntLOtaI
Local dairymen fear Maryland Inrlond and andVirginia nDdYlrgfnla andirgin1a
Virginia irgin1a farmers will cut off offmilk offmilk offmilk
milk supply ns result of new n new w re requirements requfremenb requlrements ¬
quirements made today by h the theHealth theHezllth theHcnIth
Health Officer OfficerShipment OffIcer5hlpmcntJl OfficerShipments
Shipment of milk improperly improperlycooled Improperlcooled Improperlycooled
cooled declared d clored by h Health Officer Officerto Officerto Officerto
to be greatest menace to health of ofconsumers orconMumers ofconsttnaera
consumers in the District DIntrlctThe Dfntrfctlhe DistrictThe
The Health Department today tooa threw threwa
a bomb into the camps cam II of milk pro producers producers producers ¬
ducers and dealers alike by the an announcement announcement announcement ¬
nouncement that all dairymen shippingtheir shipping shippingtheir 1IllpplngJ
J their lli tr product into the District must sub submit submit submit ¬
mit their cattle to U the t e e tuberculin testLetters test testLoiters te t tLottes
Loiters ware re prepared today and androa andmaa andmany
roa maa many ywere were sent t to farmers of < Mary Maryland Maryland ¬
land Virginia and other tb States whobave whohave who whohave
have been supplying Washington withmUk withmilk with withmilk
milk Notice was given in these letters lettersthat lettersUlat lettersthat
that a failure to submit cattle < to the thetuberculin thlI thetubereuUn
I tuberculin teat within a reasonable time timewould timeould timewould
would ould mean the withdrawal of their theirpermits theirpennits theirpermits
permits
Causes Consternation ConsternationThis C4nsternationThia ConsternationThis
This sweeping order brought con consternation constHnaUon consternation ¬
sternation to the ranks of dealers who whohad whohad whohad
had already alread been b n protesting becau becauthe becauthe because becausethe
the sanitary tests and milk inspection inspectionhad InspcUonhad inspectionhad
had been too severs s wer8 The tuberculin tuberculintest tuhercullntest tuberculintest
test was not before required except exceptin exceptin exceptin
in the District It is not compulsory compulsoryunder compulsoryunder compulsoryunder
under the laws of Maryland Virginia VirginiaPennsylvania VirginiaPeonn8lvanla VirginiaPennsylvania
Pennsylvania or New ew York the States Statesaffected Statesaffected Statesaffected
affected by the new requirement requirementWhen requirementhcn requirementWhcit
When hcn the action of the Health De Department Department Departstent ¬
partment came to the ears of deal dealers dealersa dealers ¬
ers ersa a hasty hallt meeting IneeUngJf pf f the execuiivemeeting executive executivemeeting ex ulve ulverneeUng
meeting of the association u80da tlon was called calledand calledand calledand
and a request for a public hearing as asto asto asto
to the Health Departments actions actionsmade actionsmade actionsmade
made in writing to Commissioner CommissionerJohnston COlflmilonerJohnton CommissionerJohnston
Johnston JohnstonConditions JohnstonCondittons JohntonCondlUons
Conditions are such dealers say that thata
a milk famine is already imminent and andthey andthey andthey
they fear that Maryland and Virginia Virginiaproducers Virginiaproducers I Iprodueen
producers may JINI cut off 0 < < their shipments shipmentsto sbllH entx entxto
to the Capital as a result of the action actionof actionof actionof
of the Health Department DepartmentSimply DepartmentSimply DepartmentSimply
Simply Meet Law LawThis LawThis LawThis
This action is only being n < < taken in inaccord Inacord inaccord
accord with the law Ja said Health Of Officer OCfleer Officer ¬
ficer W C Woodward oodward today The Thepermits Thepermtts Thepermits
permits issued to farmers plainly say saythat SAythat saythat
that they must be governed orn by the same sameregulations sameregulations me mert
regulations rt > that apply to producers in inthe inthe inthe
the District DistrictIt
It is I also printed on the permit that thatunder thatund thatunder
under und r the law Ia no permit can be issued issueduntil issueduntil tied tieduntil
until the Health Department is satis satisfied Mtltlfled satisfied ¬
fied that the milk from the dairy farmcovered farm farmcovered j jcovered
covered by a permit can be sold without withoutdanger withoutdanger withoutdanger
danger to the public publ health healthDr healthDr healthPr
Dr Woodward explained that arrange arrangements arra arrangements e emtnt ¬
mtnt ments had now l Nell een made with the theDepartment theDeJNirtment theDepartment
Department of Agriculture whereby whereb in inContinued inConUnu inConUnued
Continued ConUnu d on Fifth Page PageWEATHER PageWEATH PageWEATHER
WEATHER WEATH R REPORT REPORTThe
The disturbance In the tb Middle lddle States Stateswill State Statetiil 1
will tiil m slowly T advance eastward accom accompanied Itccelnpanied accompanied ¬
panied by Y general gains which will willreach wtllreatIt willreach
reach the Atlantic section during durfD Thurs Thursday Tburttda Thursday ¬
day dayModerately da daxod
Moderately xod tely high h h temperatures will willcontinue willcontfnu willcontinue
continue in eastern sections sectionsFORECAST sectionsFOFCAST Ifetton IfettonFOECAST
FORECAST FOR THE DISTRICT DISTRICTPartly DISTRIC1ParU DISTRICTPartly
Partly ParU cloudy tonight and Thursday Thursdaywith Thursdaywith rbunda rbunda1th
with 1th possibly showers by I Thursdaynight Thursday Thursdaynight
night moderately warm moderate moderatesoutherly modera moderasoutherlr moderatesoutherly
southerly winds windsTBMPJERATURBS v11MJaTEM windsTEMPEltlTUR1CS
TBMPJERATURBS TBMPJERATURBSS TEM JRATUuim
S a m i it
9 a a m s 3 31o 75 1 1SU
30 a ra 77 77H
H a m S SSITN
SITN SU I71 TABLB TABLBSun TABIrISun I I1n
Sun 1n rises risesSun r ilf 5 5Sun
11 11Sun
Sun sew s t A itl itlTIDE
TIDE TABLK TABLKToday TABLJtTodayHilda TABLTodayHIRk
Today TodayHilda High tidu t 25 a am ra ami amim a 16 I t tam
am 1 > m Law one tide SJS l i a ra arts artsa and a d i 341 341m 341ToniorrowHUth 341D
D 1 > m mTomorroHbdt
ToniorrowHUth tide IP 1 H m and and10US and1Ou6
10US 10 B m Low tide 413 4 12 1 a in and and1S and41S and41S
41S < 1S D m mCONDITION mClNDITION mCO
CONDITION CO DITION OF WATER WATERHARPKKS WATERHARPJJS WAIERHARPEhS
HARPKKS FKRKY JV Va Oct 5 5Potomac iI iiPotomac
I Potomac dear and Shenandoah slightly slightlycloudy stightiycloudv s PtlV PtlVclotMt
cloudy tide morning morwlngWhole JDOnIlDcWhole morningWhole
Whole Windows Wi dow s Glazed For Fo 125
Frank Llbbey Llbb Co 6th and N Y Ave A AreAdvt e eAd 1
Advt Ad
0
I L Recent Scenes in n Streets of Portugals Cap CapitatPrior Capital tat Pr Prior or to Beg Beginning nn ng of R Revolution olut on I it
Crowd of Revolutionists Making MakingDemonstration rIakingDemonstra
Demonstration DemonstrationRelatives Demonstra DemonstrationDOUBLES tion
DOUBLES PENSIONS PENSIONSi I i
OF POSTAL CLERKS CLERKSiRelatives CLERKSRelatives
Relatives of Men Killed on onMail onMall
Mail Trains to Be BeRewarded BeRewarded BeRewarded
Rewarded RewardedThere
There was made public at the Postofitce Post Postoffice Po t torftce
office Department today toda an order pro promulgated promulgated promulgated ¬
mulgated by the Postmaster po tm ter Generaldoubling General Generaldoubling Generaldoubling
doubling the compensation to be paid paidto paidto paidto
to the widow or any legal representa ropr8 ropraeentative representative 4Ntta 4Nttathe ¬
tive of any railway postal po tal clerk or sub substitute nbsUtute substitute ¬
stitute railway postal clerk who is iskilled iskilled iskilled
killed while on duty dutyOriginally dutyOriginally dutyOriginally
Originally the compensation allowed allowedwas allowedwas
was U010Mr JlOCO 1000 Mr Hitchcock has made madethe madethe madethe
the compensation CGmpen tlon 52WO 1166 MG whch w W pay payable payaWe payable ¬
able to the legal representative repre ntaU8 of a aclerk aclerk aclerk
clerk who is killed or one who ho is injured injuredwhile Injuredwhile injuredwhile
while on duty and dies dle within one year yearafter yearafter Mr Mrafter
after receiving re < elvlng the injury injuryMr InjuryIr InjuryMr
Mr Ir Hitchcock in making tale t change changewas changewas changewas
was governed gOTerned by b his knowledge kno ledge of the thegreat thegreat thegreat
great risk Incurred Incurred by railway postal postalclerks po postalclerks tal talclerks
clerks and his conviction that tb t ttOCoOl ttOCoOlInadequat iiJCO 1000 is isinadequate isinadequate
inadequate damages for those left des destitute destitute destitute ¬
titute by the death of a aclerk aclerkd clerk clerkInfantile clorkINFANTllf
INFANTllf r d LADY LADYNOW LADYNOONDECREASE
NOW NOONDECREASE NOONDECREASEInfantile ON DECREASE DECREASEInrantile
Infantile paralysis Is on the decrease decreaseaccording deerEaseaccording decreaseaccording
according to the report of the Health HealthDepartment Ho HealthDepartment lth lthDepurtment
Department for the week ended Oc October Octobe October ¬
tober 1 1Only L LOnly LOnly
Only three cases were reported during duringthe durmStbe duringthe
the week acd no deaths The total totalnumber totalnumber totalnumber
number on record since the beginning of ofthe orthe ofthe
the outbreak is 129 151A 129A 1mA
A decrease is shown also in typhoid typhoidfever typhoidfever typhoidfever
fever While hile twentyseven new cases caseswere case casewce caseswere
were reported r ported thirtyeight were dis discharged dlscharSed discharged ¬
charged as recovered leaving on hand hand18S handlIS hand16S
18S as compared with 179 the preceding precedingweek precedingweek precedingweek
week weekThe weekThe weekThe
The record of other contagious conta U8 die diseases dl dlcas dieeases ¬
eases cas is as follows Scarlet fever 14 14chlckenpox 14chickenpox 14chickenpox
chickenpox 6 diphtheria 21 I whoopingcough whoopingcough whooping whoopingcough
cough 113 and nd measles 4 The District Districtis
is free from smallpoxThere smallpox smallpoxThere smallpoxThere
There were S8 deaths during the week weekit
51 Among the th white and 44 among amon the thecolored theootored thecolored
colored populationThe P population populationThe < pulatfon
The bfrthf numbered 133 98 of which whichwere whichwere hlch hlchwen
were white and 34 colored coloredCHICAGO coloredSENATORS coloredSENATORS I
SENATORS TO FORGE FORGEi FORCEBRIBERYTESTIMONY
i BRIBERY BRIBERYTESTIMONY BRIBERYTESTIMONYCHICAGO TESTIMONY i
I I II 1
I II CHICAGO Oct 5 iiThe The Senatorial Senatorialcommittee SenatorialI Senatorialcommittee
committee Investigatlne the election of ofWilliam orVlIliam ofWilliam
William Lorlmer to the th United States StatesSenate StatesSelUtt StatesSenate
I Senate today ruled rul d that Lee Lees ONeil ONeilHrown ONeilHrown1 ONeil13rowne
Hrown and John Broo BrodPlck Brodo > viek Ick accused of ofbeing ofbeing
being LorimorH > sobetween jbltween with 1th the themen thtmen themen
I men who ho were bribed must answer all allquestions aUI
I questions put to them themThis th themThis m mI
This will not permit f > 1rmlt Broderick to de decline deline decline ¬
I cline line to answer for fear of incriminating incriminatingntais incriminatingnims
ntais nimsU lf and he will face prison unless unlesshe unlesshe
he answers
NEW YORK Oct 5 5Word Word has hasrejiched hasrched hasrtguched
rejiched here that Senator Albert B BCummins BCuIRmhw BCummins
Cummins of Iowa is coming to New NewYork Newytfrk NewYflrk
York to have a conference with withReoeevelt withROGtievelt withItoosevelt
Reoeevelt ROGtieveltether ItooseveltWhether ReoeeveltWhether
Whether ether Senator Cummins is com coming comIng coming ¬
ing at the request of the colonel or orwhether orwhetktr orwhether
whether he has taken the initiative initiativeis
is not disclosed n ncr r is s the purpose purposeof purposeor purposeof
of the conference known it is ishowever Ishowcver ishowever
however peculiarly interesting at atthis atthis atthis
this time because of the widespread widespreadcriticism widespreadcrltlcim widespreadcriticism
criticism stirred in the West 1 Fest est among amonfthe aldOnlOle amongthe
the progressives by b the tariff plank Blank in inthe Inthe inthe
the New York Republican State plat platform platform platform ¬
form and also by the farm arm indorse indorsement Indorsement indorsement ¬
ment of President Taft
ARREST ARJtEST OF REVOLUTIONISTS
ATiYARU 1 I IIffAY
hAY NOT BE SOL SOLVED SOLVEDNo VEO VEONo
No Witnesses Obtainable to toExplain toExplain toExplain
Explain to Investigat Investigating Investigating Investigating ¬
ing Board BoardEvery BoardEvery BoardEvery
Every effort e < < is being made today by byCaptain byCa byCaptain
Captain Ca > taln B Beatty atty ttt commandant of the thenavy tta ttana liranavy
navy na y yard Wd and the investigating mVMU ti com committee coot cootmittee < < i imittee ¬
mittee te determine just what caned caasedthe ca88811the canedthe
the explosion at the navy yard yardda yester yesterday yesterday ¬
day da afternoon in I which bleh John Cads Cadamatori Ca4amatorl Cadsmatori
matori and James J1t Griffith lost their theirlives tbelrJives theirlives
lives and Christian ScheJde seriously seriouslyinjured serioualyinjured nosly noslyInjured
injured was sent > > eat to the Casualty Hos Hospital R RItltal Moepital ¬
pital pitalShortly pitalShortly
Shortly rt1y after noon the Corrosers Coroner Jury Juryheld ju juhekl juryheld
held an inquest Iftq at the morgue and gave gavek
k II verdict of accidental death tb after the thefacts thefacts thefacts
facts had been presented by Lieutenant LieutenantCrafts Lieutenant LieutenantCrafts Ueute nt ntCratts
Crafts who represented nted Captain Beattyand Beatty Beattyand Beattyand
and the Navy ay Yard official and Dr DrMcCiovem Dr1c DrMct
Mct McCiovem 1c oorn who attended Griffith Gri ftth at the theCasualty theCasualtv theCasualty
Casualty Hospital HospitalI HospitalIr
I Ir > r MeGovern testifiede testified tsli ed to the fact that thatGriffith thatGrlCnth thatGriffith
Griffith was injured internal m intecnallgfnra J f fror1 rorn the theterrific theterrlftc theterrific
terrific concussion oneus lon oaured by the explo explosion explosion explosion ¬
sion and also IIO suffered numerous wounds woundson
on the the bodv bod inflicted bv flying ft1 ft fragment fragmentof fra fraor fraof
of steel It was decided d > kted by b the physi physicians physicians hyM hyMIans ¬
cians < Ians that an operation OfE1atl n was imperative imperativeand ImDenltl ImDenltland imperativeand
and Griffith was immediately put on the lheop theoperating
operating op raU table dying a few minutes lQlnuttSIMcr minutesIracr
Utter He did dldnot not regain consciousness consciousnessand i iand
and was frightfully mangled man manSurroundetl mangledSurrounded
Surrounded by relatives reJatv and friends friendsthe trl friesdethe nd ndthe
the body of John Cadamortl lies Ue In adarkened a adarkened adarkened
darkened room in the th little IIttl home of othis ofhis i ihis
his cousin cou in Guiseppe GUlsepte Gritti at 927 Ej Ejstreet E Ec Eh Eft Estreet
street northwest h His brother James Jameswho Jameswho
who keeps c a fruit ft stand si sicr cr a i few doors doorsaivay doors doorsaway I IWA
away WA went w nt down to the navy yard yardearly yardearly ftrd ierl
early erl this morning and claimed the themangled themangled I Imanled
mangled body It was taken to an anundertaking anundertaking i
undertaking undertakln establishment t > st ltshllMnt and pre prerared preTA1ed preTared
rared for burial in St Marys Xary Ceme Cemet
t ttry tu < ry tomorrow afternoon afternoonA I
A telegram was sent to the mother motJterI motJterContinued I
Continued on Eleventh Page I
I CUMMINS AND COLONEL COLONELTO COLONELTO I ITO
TO DISCUSS DISCUSSSITUATIONj DISCUSSSITUATIONjIova SITUATION SITUATIONIowa SITUATIONI I
Iowa Insurgent Senator Hopes to Explain to Roosevelt RooseveltDissatisfaction RooseveltDissatisfaction RooseveltDissatisfaction
Dissatisfaction In West Over Tariff Plank In Plat Platform Platform Platform ¬
form of New York Republicans RepublicansrOHN
By JOHN rOHN SNURE
It is believed here that tb t Senator SenatorCummins SenatorCummins I
Cummins will m discuss dlscu this with wfthtlte wfthtltecolon th thcolonel the thecolonel
colonel colon 411 and tell him plainly of the thedisappointment thedisappointment
disappointment felt among aJllf nb the insurj insurjjrents in tasur tasurgents ur urgfnts
gents over the New X W York platform platformas
as to which there is a marked die disposition diepetition ¬
position po IUon to saddle the responsibility responsibilityon rHpon fi1It fi1Iton
on Roosevelt RooseveltAnother ROOeYeItAnother RooseveltAnother
Another fact Interesting Intere Unl in this con connection connection ¬
nection is that Senator Cummins CumA ns is close ctoeeto clotieto closeto
to Senator Beveridge Intimations havebeen have havebeen haeboen
been hear heard that J Jbrage
by reason of the um umbrage umbrage IR1 ¬
brage taken by Indiana IndIA Insurgents I 8u eata over overthe oveLthe overthe
the New York platform especially the thetariff thetarftI thetariff
tariff plank colonel Coio 1 Roosevelfs it iI visit l It to toContinued toConttau8d toContinued
Continued on Seventh Page
Front Doors Glazed 400 Apiece Doors iJ4 1 Inches Thick r5 150 I T50 o ApioceL Apiece Apiecefrank
I frank L rank Libbey Co 6th and nd N Y Ave1 Ave I Frank Libbey Co eth and N Y Ave
Advt d 1 Advt AdvG Advte
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INO NO MAIL ORDERS OaOERSFOR i i
FOR WORrGAr OfflD GAMES GAMESDeluge ES ESDeluge j
Deluge of Applications May MayCause MayCause MayCause
Cause Complete Change ChangeIn
In Plans PlansPHILDELPHIA PlansPaILADELPHIA i iPHILADELPHIA
PHILADELPHIA O Oct t S 1Reserved 1Reservedseats Reserved ReservedAthletics i iMaUl
MaUl tw the WOIId worlds series between the theAthletics I
Athletics and Cubs Ca so far as the games gamesto gamesto
to be contested at Shtbe Park are con concerned CORettnIed concerned ¬
cerned wm probably be placed on pub public pube pub1k ¬ I
lic sale e and all matt orders OI < < S for these theseseats theMNatAl thesesane
seats primarily will be called off offThis 0 offThis < < I
This is a semiofficial statement frontJohn from fromJohn fl8lRJohn
John Heyoter HeT Ier of the National aUenaI Leagwwho Leagua Leaguawho
who 110 was in Philadelphia today as the therepresentative thereplettentatle therepresentative
representative of the National Consists Commission CORUI Consistssloe 8 8to ¬
sloe to confer with ttb Manager a er Connie ConnieMack cieMack ConnieMott
Mack and Treasurer John e ft D SMbe SMbeAftera ShtbeAfter ShibeAfter
Aftera After a brief conference at the Belle BeMftvueStratfotd Bell BellStratfom BellevueStratford
vueStratfotd Stratfom the Athletics officiate officiateand otnda1aDd officialssad
and Secretary Heydler H uer went te t Sniba SnibaPark IPark I IPark I
Park to look over the soate oadilt capacity capacityAn eap8cttAn capacityAn
An official statement tllDeltt as to alt the theprices tAepr1 theprices
prices pr1 and the method of disposing dI po of ofthe olthe ofthe
the seats will b be given g1 uu u by Secretary SecretaryHeydler sretaQHeydier SecretaryHeydier
Heydier this thi afternoon afternoonSecretary attentCHMLetal7 afternoonSecretary
Secretary etal7 Heydior Heyd came to the city dtythts citythl citythis
this thl morning whne wish Secretary Sece s tIM ry McRoy McRo of ofthe ortbe ofthe
the AmericaA League L remained in Chf Chfcago Chrcago Chttago
cago as the representative of the Na National NatIonalConllnllllloR National ¬
tional tIonalConllnllllloR Commission to coinple complete COJn a arrangemenus arrange arrangements ar arm ¬
menus m nts with lth the officials of th taw Chicago ChicagoNational CbkaSONational ChicagoNational
National League Club ClubDeluge ClubDeluge ClubDeluge
Deluge of Orders OrdersVhen Ordershen Orders1hen
Vhen hen Hf H ydler and th the offteialfc of the thelocal lhelocal thelocal
local Ameteaa League club met they theyfound theYI theyfound
found that they were stacked against age < < aID8 aID8i i itough
I i tough tou proposition The deluge eI re of oforders HMU mitt
I
orders which has inundated the Ath A Ahlotion h hUas
lotion Uas rfncials threatened thr tened to swamp swamptlHm1
them and take all the reserved seats seatsbefore sealsbefore seatsbefore
before the general public pu Ke would havean have haveaft
aft opportunity to get et into the purchas purc1Iarl purchasing ¬
rl ing llf llfI
ingTreasurer
Treasurer Shibe showed Secretary secreta secretaI
I
Heydler a plan of SkIM Park and it itwas itt itwas
I was easily seen that to reserve 1e erv all the iheorders theorders I IorcIecS
t orders which bleb had been placed In in advance advancewould advanceweld dvaRC6M
would be an Imposewtlity In order to togive toift toglee
give ift everybody an equal chance Secre Secretary Secre1T Secretory ¬
tory 1T Heydler felt that perhaps the bet betterway better better ¬
terway ter vy to do would be to call off matt mattorders maltorders mailorders
orders entirely entirel entirely and make everybody everybodytake everybodytake everybodytake
take a chance at a public male maleIn ale aleIn le leIn
In explanation of this semiofficial semiofficialposition semloiAclal semloiAclalposition settofleialposition
position Secretary Heydior Hedl r said saidHeydler saidHeydler saidHeYfiler
Heydler Explains ExplainsWe Explains Explainse
We e are up against again t it in some Some ways wayshere wasnere wayshere
here Sth S h a bunch of mall orders ordershave ordersItae ordershave
have poured into the club officials officialsthat officialstJtat officialsthat
that it would be almost Impossible to tofill toftU tofill
fill them all In Pittsburg we had badf1OO hadflooe
2800 flooe reserved seats and it was an aneasy aneasy aneasy
easy matter to apportion them and andstill Istill I IsUll
still have enough left for public sale saleT salenet
T net et to disappoint anybodyHere anybody anybodyHere anrbodHere I
Here we are in possession p05ses lon of only onlyMM onl onli onlyLUA
MM i seats and the orders are treble treblethat trebletbat treblethat
that number now no In order to fa facilitate facilitate ¬
1 cilitate matters In this respect it will willbe w1l1be willbe
be necessary for Mr or Shibe Shibeand and myself myselfto myselto
to go carefully over the ground and andthis andthis
I this afternoon vre ve will reach our final finaldecision finaldecision I
decision decisionI
I We Va must decide whether we should shouldthrow j
throw open all the reserved seats to toa toa
a public sale sae or continue co Unue to use the themall theII thenail I
mall II order system In regard to the thebleacher theI thebleacher
bleacher I seats Mts these Ut se wilt be placed placedOR laced lacedon
OR public sale on the day da of of oach oachgame oachI eachgame
game me of the series seriesPairs seriesPairs seriesPairs
I Pairs of Wo NO1 i Blinds Blinds For SI25 SI25Fraitk S1a5Frank 125 125FraiUc
Frank Libbey Co 6th and N YV Y 1 Ave aveAdvI e eteAd
teAd AdvI
Street Meeting of Portuguese Repub Republicans RepublicAns Republicans ¬
licans Ina In Lisbon LisbonGreen LisbonMOTORMAN LisbonMOTORMAN
MOTORMAN CAUGHT CAUGHTBLAMED CAUGHTBLAMED
BLAMED FOR SMASH SMASHGreen SMASHGreen
Green Crew Employed By ByIllinois ByIHinois B Y YIllinois
Illinois Company Say SayCarmen Sayarmen SayCarmen
Carmen CarmenSTAUNTOX CarmenSTAUNTON armen armenSTAUNTOt
STAUNTOX III Oct et IJeba S John L4er Iierman L4erman LIerman
man of 9t atnuntoa trntoa on motormaa ot < < of 0 cr N NH No Nowho
H who ned isamediatety e17 after att confessing confessing ¬
ing that he was reeponsinlQ relll R1Ik for the thewreck thewreck
wreck near Staunton In which bIeb thirty thirtysix thirtysix
six Itv lives wer were lost was arrested arrellCedearllnUI at atCarllnviile atCarllnville
Carllnviile IM IU today todayFrom tederProen teed teedFrom
From th tM meagre ere information I ltonMUoa that thatooHd has hasoosed basoozed
oozed out of the offices c ee of 8 the be Ittimss IttimssTraction 1 1Tractloa IllineksTraction
Traction Company at Springfteld It ItpeAn ap appears appears ¬
pears that tit the crash between Bet two twogreen twotrains
trains wa was dte e 10 the enytsyment MpIeJ meat of ofeen a agreen
green een crew r w which either nM not JtO know knowthe koowtM knowthe
the companys signal system STK syse s or dbre dbregarded drep disregarded
garded p ed it itThe it itThe itTM
The crew fatted to wait M a siding sidinga sWia sWiaM sidingse
a M ordered for another car carUgty carUdY carUgly
Ugly s stories > ries are afloat here ere and nd in inwhere inSprinfr4
Sprifucflfid where it itlII te rumored that old oldemploy3
employe 3 of the company have havea been beenexpecting beenexpecthrg
expecting an accutont a for sevecal HftDJw twee Jayajair Days
w t1ie t1ie1kir beeaetrsJ eased 1st tits titsfair
fair at Sprlugueld 1d It te even evenrMF eftIIo ereaeMred
o eMred > rMF 1d d that fmtr MRtndii tnifn claws mutiniedand mutinied mutiniedand JIIuttnIedaDd
and refused rel to take tak rat their th cars on onthe 011the eathe
the ground that new men n had been disobeying dis disobeying e eobeYiatg ¬
obeying orders and running by switches swltcheswhere
where wb they had been told tostop tostopA to stop stopA
A coroners jury began an Inquiry nquiry nqut to todav todaT today
day and every r pha phase of the accident accidentwill a aeddentwill t twl
will wl l b be laid bare bar The Tb authorities saythey say saythey y ytltey
they intend placing p the blame where whereit whereit
it belongs belongsThe I belongsThe eIoD eIoDTM
The accident occurred rreod at Dtekersons DtekersonsGrove DlekenNlsGroft DickersasGrove
Grove two miles north of Staunton StauntonBoth SC SC8oth Staunton30th
Both cars were wr plunging pru plunging down a steep steepgrade steepgrade HIt HItlPade
grade at a high rate rat of speed when beIt th t they theymete wy y ymet
met metPassengers metPa metePassengers Passengers Pa fr1I on neither 1thfr train had achance a achance amanee
chance for their th r lives Those TIo who were werenot Wentnot werenot
not Instantly InataDU killed were maimed maimedWarrant maimedFROZEN maimedFROZEN
FROZEN EGG WAR WAROPENED AR AROPENED
OPENED IN COURT COURTVarrant COURTWarrant
Warrant for Seizure of Large LargeCollection
Collection Issued By ByJustice ByJustice B Y YJustice
Justice Clabaugh ClabaughWar
War ar on frozen eggs In Washington Washingtonwas WasftlDgtODgull
was begun gull today t ay by United States At Attorney AttOntey Attoraey ¬
torney Clarence Wilson JIMft when tea he ob obtained o oLale obtained ¬
tained Lale < < from ClaW Justice Oabaugh CJa of ofthe ecUte ofthe
the Supreme Court of f the District war warrants warranu warrants ¬
rants for the solstice of eighteen tuba tubaand tubaaDd tubeand
and twentyfive t wentlIve cans of the alleged adul adulterated adulterated adultersted ¬
terated variety varietyThat vsrietyThat arlet arletThat
That That the frozen eggs e a in Question are arenlthy areJltthT arefilthy
filthy decomposed and contain putrid putridanimal putrida1l putridasirstal
animal a1l lML1 substances is the allegation allegationmade allegationmade allegationmade
made by the United States attorney in inhis Inbls inhis
his petition for forthe the warrant Chief IUet Jus Justice Justice ru rutree ¬
tice Clabaugh gave ave the own OtM5 owtai < fs s of the theeggs thuntil theeggs
eggs until October 2S s to t show cause causewhy CAthiewhy causewhy
why these goods should not be con condemned condemMd condemned ¬
demned and confiscated confiscatedin
in his petition petition the District Attorney Attorneyalleges AttorneyaUges Attorneyalleges
alleges that a large part of these theseeggs theMeKgs theseeggs
eggs are used by bakeries causing cau htg a adeleterious adtleterloU5 adeleterious
deleterious effect ef t on the pastry and andother andother andother
other baked stuff in I which they are aieused areuMd areused
used He is making a cityw citywide Ide in investigation InesUgaUon Investigation ¬
vestigation in regard regard to the quality of ofeggs o otggs ofeggs
eggs used by b the th bakeries
LISBON FALLS FALLSMANUEL FALLSMANUEL
MANUEL FLEES FLEESMONARCHY FLEESMONARCHY
MONARCHY DIES DIESRepublican DIESRepublican DIESRepublican
Republican Flag Waves Over Palace and Revolution RevolutionSpreads RevolutionSpreads RevolutionSpreads
Spreads Through Country Threatening to Cross CrossBorder CrossBorder CrossBorder
Border and Blaze Up In Spain SpainEnglish SpainWARSHIPS SpainWARSHIPS
WARSHIPS BLOCK MOUTH OF THE HARBOR HARBOREnglish HARBOREnglish
English Seafighters Reported to Have Reached Scene SceneKing SceneKing SceneKing
King Escapes to Brazilian Ship ShipOn On Board As AsGuest As AsGuest AsGuest
Guest of President Fomesea FomeseaBULLETIN FomescaBULLETIN FomeseaBULLETIN
BULLETIN BULLETINLONDON BULLETINLONDON BULLETINLONDON
LONDON Oct 5 5An An official dispatch this afternoonsays afternoon afternoonsays afternoonsays
says that warships manned by Portuguese revolutionists revolutionistshave revolutionistshave revolutionistshave
have closed the harbor of Lisbon and that not even foreign foreignvessels fOt fotEignvessels gn gnvessels
vessels are permitted to leave leaveA leaveA leaveA
A wireless dispatch to the admiralty states that t t the theBritish theBritish theBritish
British cruiser Newcastle arrived at Lisbon this afternoon
PARIS Oct 5Extreme Extreme excitement excitementWM e3etteeatea excitementwas
WM caused ea here this tI1 afternoon by I T an antt aa1tItO aswroadlrmed
tt 1tItO wroadlrmed ca aane4 n ed dispatch tda from the P hrt hrttt Ports Portsguoeaayaalah rtu rtuK
guoeaayaalah K K tt < iotM S < niUi border which stated statedthat Matedt1Iat skiedthat
that the rovluttonktts roYI iIoII had take takes over overthe overthe er erI
the rein rein of government t and today y la JatiN lathe latfc
I
tfc tiN presence of the army faarmauydeclared formally formallydeclared rwauyPorttapl
declared Portugal a republic repnbUcThe republicTIM republicThe
The bombardment bo t of the Kings pal palace paIace palace ¬
ace te Lisbon x today gave rlee to tolater a aht alater
later report that Kaaael had not t es esaped
aped 141 a gunboat of oftbe a foreign power powerla
ht the harbor har b bat t was still atiltta secreted secretedtat
tat his castle castleThta caatIeTb18 castleThis
This report was accompanied mpanled by an aaConsumptive anCOURT anCOURT
COURT FAVORS FAVORSMAN FAVORSMANOF MAN MANVICTIM
VICTIM OF PLAGUE PLAGUEonsumAtive LA UE UEConsumptive
Consumptive onsumAtive Convicted of ofStealing ofStealing ofStealing
Stealing Jewelry HasSentence Has HasSentence HasSen
Sentence Sen teoce Suspended SuspendedSuspending Suspendede SuspendedSpapending
Suspending e the sentence eDee of John oba B BMar Bur BX14
Mar a young 7OK white man to the pCp of ofttt oft
ttt tile white btte plague who pleaded guilty to toa toa toa
a a charge of larceny Iaieea Justice U8dee Wright Into Intoy to today today ¬
day y to Criminal Court No 1 put te ac actual actI actual ¬
tual effect e < < eet the new probation taw tAweaaet tAweaaeteel enact enacted enactSod ¬
Sod ed by Congress < oa < < r for the be District of Cewabia Co Cocome CoA1tboU
wabia wabiaAlthoagh
A1tboU Althoagh the act of Congresk became IaecaMeoperatie becameoperative
operative lIelecai months ba aide the action actIoaor actionof
or Justice Wright today WU tIN lint lintCOMe firstcome
come under It I ha provisions pntv The act acta was wasapprred wasapprr
apprr apprred a ln eel June 35 last and Isaac D DPorter DPorter DPorter
Porter was named by the tb Supreme SopremeCocrt SapremeCoert SupremeCourt
Court as chief probation P otneer at atJatT a asalary asalary
salary JatT of SUM 1141 a year Ms term of of ofttee 01tftl ofrie
ttee beginning tftl last month monthMay monthMay m mX7
May was aa arrested last June UIIe on e echarge eof acharge
charge of stealing Btftl Nis worth of Jewelry Jewelryfrom JeWekflOla joeiryfront
from flOla Dr Maurice E K Mttter of lii MS > h H Hstreet HIItleet Hstreet
street northwest BOrt west and was indicted by bythe 1aI 1aIUte bythe
the grand jury July 14 14An HI 14An
An examination by 1 r toe jail physicianrevealed physician physicianrevealed pIa pIarevealoed
I revealed the fact that the young man titanis manIB Daft Dafta
IB a victim of tuberculosis and when whenAttorney wheftAttorney whenAttorney
Attorney James CTShea was aasigntd Md to toney tothe
I tile cue be set about to obtain deM cemyney
yney ney 3 for Ms unfortunate client cliencDr clientDr
Dr Miller appeared in court I urt today and a aedared
declared that be would be glad to have havethe ha hathe havethe
I
the < rourt exercise xere leniency 1Ift toward towardMay tOwa tOwaXa towardMay
May Xa whom he stated statNIfrola was suffering
Ifrola from the ravages of the last stages of ofconsumption If Ifcon
I consumption con umptJon and also aJ o had dependent dependentupon eRIlet
II I upon him for su suhte support a young o wife at atLancaster at atLa
i La Lancaster Pa He stated ted that It WaS WaSI
his belief that It was Mays first ft offense offenseand offenseand < < ea e eand
I and that the stolen property had been beenrecovered I beenrecovered Htt
recovered 1 fed from a pawnshop pawnshopAfter pwashopAfter pawnshopAfter
After May had entered a plea of ofguilty 0 0lt ofguilty
guilty lt Justice Wright W ht imposed a sen sentence nntones ¬
tones of one on year ar and one day eta in the thepenitentiary tbepenitentiary thepenitentiary
penitentiary and then suspended sus com commitment contnitment ¬
mitment mlt Dt turning the prisoner over to toProbation toProblttioft toProbation
Probation c Officer ficer Porter Be informed informedthe Iafonnedthe Informedthe
the young You man that it was within the thepower dieJIOwer thepower
power of the court to revoke oke the sotlon nro nroUon
Uon order at any time and commit him himto hilato himto
to the penitentiary if hat conduct war warranted warranted ¬
ranted such action
BUSIEST DAY OF CAREER CAREERLANDS CAREERLANDS CAREERLANDS
LANDS McKENSIE NIcKENSIEIN IN CELL
Young Negro Begins By Theft of a Hat Auto Lamps Lampsand Lampsand Lampsand
and Bicycle Bi ycle Then Holds Up a Woman Yoman EntersHomes Enters EntersHomes EntersHomes
Homes and Is Twice T ice Fired On Say Police
Unscathed UDSCU by the bullets fired at him himby blmBy himby
by Edward W Kinsey Kiatse and by Philip PhilipErshter PbitlpErsbler PhilipErshler
Ershter Walter MoKeasle a young youngnegro y youngnegro u unegro
negro the confessed confessed author of a series seriesof seriesof seriesof
of housebreakings and a highway rob robbery rOOMry robbery ¬
bery besides fots fe today under arrest arre t He Hewas Hewas Hewas
was apprehended apprehea ed by Precinct Detec Detective DeteetlTe Detective ¬
tive Wise and Bicycle Policeman Lamb LambMcKonsie LambMcKonsie LambMckenzie
McKonsie is the ubiquitous burglar burglarwho burgtarwho burglarwho
who terrorized East Washington yester yesterday yesterdar yesterday ¬
day He had a I busy bus day This ThlsS te what whathe whatbe whathe
he admits he accomplished accomplishedHe
He stole a hat from a wagon n belong belonging beJonctRK belongfag ¬
fag to the Palais Royal and Dd threw it itaway Itaway itaway
away in the th Capitol Grounds GroundsHe GroundsHe GroundsHe
He took two lamps la P8 from the automo automobile autotnobI autotnh ¬
bile bI belonging to Dr L L Friedrich FriedrichJ2S
J2S East Capital street streetHe streetHe streetHe
He stole a bicycle from Dr Augustus AugustusPretty Aug1l8twiPIefty AuguettisPretty
Pretty Mantels For 300 oo Apiece ApieceFrank Apiecera ApieceFrank
Frank ra k Libbey Co 6th and N Y Y Ave AveAd AverAtW1
rAtW1 Ad
C Taylor at the corner of Second Secondstreet Secondstreet
street and Maryland avenue northeast JMKtItea JMKtIteaHe northeastHe
He began n afternoons work ortt by holding boIdIII holdingand < < I Iup
up and IMI robbing rob iR < < Jtftes XJ ai M JE JL Benson BeBIoftCapltot on onCapitol onCapitol
Capitol Hill escaping eeea on Ms stolen stolenwheel at stolenwheel
wheel wheelHe wheelHe i iHe
He entered the home h me of Mrs N X X XBrooks YBrooks
Brooks 224 A street southeast 8OU ast after afterhaving att attITIn afterhaving
having ITIn made his escape from Mtes
Benson who pursued him himHe himHe
He entered enter the home of Edward W
Kinney SI J7 3 A street northeast which wl ch
has been burglarized three times timesstole tI tItcJe timesstole
stole tcJe 5 was discovered dl eovered by Miss X XMaDel
Mabel Waltmeyer Wal tmeyer r lost one of bIB bisshoes bIBsboea hisshoes
shoes shoes in the house and ad was fired are < < on ony
by y Mr Kinney white whileHe escaping BC
He again In visited the southeast see eaat t about aboutoclock
It 1 oclock last night entered the theContinued tbeCeRtIaued theContinued
Continued on Eleventh Page PageHoldings PageMoldings e
Moldings N Ne 1 For i Cast C t a Feet FeetFrank FeetFrank FeetFrank
1 Frank LIbbey Ce 8th and aBC N 1 Y Ave AveAdvt AnAd
Advt Ad
other saying ying yl that Manuel was a a pris prisoner prisOller prisoner ¬
oner The be general genera eneral belief ellef however Is Isthat IstJaat Isthat
that Manuel 1 is upon the San Paola PaolaFfehting Paolad PaolaFighting
Fighting d te the streets ttrt of Lisbonraibll Lisbonresulted Lisbon Lisbonresulted
resulted te many 7 csvaltios but ao aoattempt 210atteMl noattempt
attempt t has bo boon
made oM to tabulate a acomplete SocoaJllete acomplete
complete list 1 of UM t e dead and andwounded andWG8Itded andwounded
wounded woundedIt WG8ItdedIt
It is said w that alt the fortifications fortificationsgunboats toe fortticationsand tt6eaUons tt6eaUonspal
and gunboats pal oat8 of the t e Portuguese navy navylutionists na V Vhaft
haft b been en jJi the hands ade of the r6V r6Va rove
lutionists a since > > face yesterday reeteni afternoon
The IIae Royalists aou throughout the coun ¬
try it is saM have armed n1McI their t elr cas castles castl carties ¬
ties tl and Id residences re tdeaeea and ar are fighting fightinglay
desperately desperatelyKing cleapenWyKing lay layKing
King Manuel anus Guest GuestOn GuestOn es eson
On Brazilian Boat BoatPwrtBgal BoatJJet Boatitd11n
JJet itd11n xIaet r + arei or
PwrtBgal 1 on board the Bractttaa Bras Iaa gun
boat Salt Paella the guest JIIIIee of President PresWeatfor Presidenta t tetl
> etl a aeeM ca ng to infer inforD1aUon infermatlen for formation ¬
mation made pubtfcr by I F the Brztifcui Brztifcuilegation Br BraJtfatsiegatioa 2l1iD 2l1iDto
legation to m this cry uds this afternoonPresident afternoon afternoonPreuident atter aoou aoouJtat
President Jtat Fonseca F went te Lisbon LI Gea a aweek aWfIek a aweek
week ago to be the guest of King Kingbelen
M 7 dartei nutJ before returning to South SoothAmerica Southtca SouthAmerce
America AmericaIt tca tcaIi
It Is unofficially resorted HMI1 that thatSonnaI X MSeveral
Several PurtoRuese Purt sgnm JaIIIboer mHu > ter of eo Great GreatBritain GretBritain GreetBritain
Britain has appealed led to the foreign office of ofnce ofJkie
nce Jkie to intervene JatftTe e hi Portugal te behalf behalfof behator behalfof
of the Ktor KtorBorland KIn KkrA KInA
A secret sad Is believed 10 exist be
tem Borland E 1aIId anil aD Portugal which
added smtogth tIt to the belief today that
Great Britain would step into the breach 1Ke ch
in Portugal in favor of the young youncmonarch oun
monarch monarchTt lDODatchT monarchTo
Tt T R Renew aew CasMaaaicatifl CasMaaaicatiflBORDEAUX CHUa1faiatieLBORDEIX CemaunicatiosBORDEACX
BORDEAUX France Fnu ee Oct 5 iIt It is ex expected fXpeeted oxported ¬
ported that the arrival of the British Britishwarships BritishwanIalpa Britishwarships
warships In the harbor IIarl or of of e Lisbon will willresult willIeIRIIt willresole
result in the establishment W t of e communi communication eommunfcat10a communication ¬
cation between the outside world and andthe aDdthe andthe
the terrorised ierroned Portuguese Pon capital Ef EfwireleM Efforts Efforts
forts were made Ie lat late today te get Into lotoWlreoIeM Intowireless
wireless contmunleaUon 1IIdeatioft with the thifee tht
English Ead gunboats gunboatsInformation gunboatsInforatation uaboat uaboatInto
Information Into relative to the number of
dead and ad the exact status of govern governmental gGtentIDftItaI goternmeatal ¬
mental affairs ta a Lisbon Ii oft will be given
by the shisfc shisfcAn aI shiphAa IIk IIkAD
An effort e < < wt was made at Madrid Xa ritl today
to secure telephone connections oaseaies < up e C t = as with
Lisbon JIIIhe but were unsucceqsfui 1IIIIII i It was
believed that the wires wtre were cut just justoutside jutoutallde justoutside
outside of o the theRevolt Portuguese capital capitalRevolt capitalRevolt
Revolt in to n Spain SpainFear Spa SpainFear n nFear
Fear of Vatican VaticanROME Vatcan VatcanROME
ROME Get 5 5Reports Reports from Portu Portugal i4ltual Pertugal ¬
gal al today centered fttered the fear of tt ttVatican t tllVatieaa e eYatieaa
Vatican upon the Spanish situation situationand sltuaUonaDd situationand
and It was believed that the tb trend trendof trendo trendof
of o event evats et nts meant sure Mar sort revolution In InSpalnS InSpalL InSphi
SpalnS SpalnSAnxiety SpalL SpalLAJUtiety SphiAnxiety
Anxiety to felt here for the safety safetyMaria safet safetoj safetyF
oj F the aunt or Ute King Maria XaJ Piaqueen Pia Pisqueen Piaq1Ma
queen dewager wia < < ez of Portugal PortugalNo PerwgaJNo PortogaalNo
No direct reports from roM Portugal Portugalwere PortugalWeA Portugalwere
were were e received the Vatican Vaticangaining VaticanIta Vaticangaining
gaining Its information from newspaper news liewspaper newspaper ¬
paper bulletins Jetla which were submitted submittedt
t to Pope Pins as fast as they came in inP InPI1JS inPepe
P Pepe o Ptas wept when news of the t e Por Portugintn PorIeOIutIon Portuguese
tugintn revolution was broken to him himRethrina himR himReth1ng
Rethrina R to his sanctuary be knelt in inprayer Inprayer inprayer
prayer and asked God to spare the lives livesof livesof
of the royal IiI family His Holiness Heliae s was wasdeenly wasdeeply 1t88deeply
deeply affected by 1 the meager 1De r news newsfrom MWSf newsfront
from f Lisbon LisbonThe Li LisboaThe bea beaTIle
The Pope sent a message to King
Manuel today t day through the papal pal nuncJo nuncloat Rundoat nuncJoat
at Madrid whom he instructed to de deliver deltYer deliver ¬
liver the telegram if there was any pos possible poosible possible ¬
sible manner In which it could be done doneThe doneTII doneThe
The TII message ge contained eo tal ed his Is holinessblessing holiness holinessbioooing IHtIbtessaDd
bioooing and gave PV him assurances that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the Vatican would never support a a re renuhlican reMIII reic
nuhlican MIII ic caa an form of government In Portugal Portu Portugal Portupi ¬
gal The Pontiff Pofttl < < expressed the hope hopethat hopetllat hopethat
that the Roman Catholic clergy 1erJy would wouldvemain would1n wouldrennin
rennin 1n faithful to the t e monarchy monarchyBKHUN monarchyThrilling
I Thrtll Thrilling ng Story StoryTold or oro
Told o of o Escape EscapeBK EscapeBZRLLN
BK BZRLLN BKHUN ILIN Oct let icA fc A tfcrtttag t rlIIIagstofY story of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the night flight of c King K Manuel through throughthe throughthe throughthe
the streets of a riotriven city and across acrossa
a fogshrouded lacA JL bay 7 to safety = et7 on board boardthe boardthe 08rd 08rdthe
the BrasWan warship SB s Sua Paulo is isCenfluuii 1scdIIlfl Iafeatured
featured on Sixth Page PageColeaial PageColeni PageColonial
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