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I Fair Tonight day f Colder and Satur Saturf Saturday atur f ijhe Ill R n hinitnn i lime LAST l1 S EDITION EDmONI EDmONINIDIBER 1 g gNUIIBETi I IDUMBER
DUMBER 6872 Yesterdays Ye t rdays Circulation 4174 WASHINGTON V ASHI GTON FRIDAY EVENING G OCTOBER OCTO ER + It 28 1910 Twenty Pages PRICE ONE CENT
PTS UlTS THE THgMillionaire MY ARMYMillionaire MYMillionaire
Millionaire Grandson of Man Manfor Manfor Manfor
for Whom Ft Myer Was WasNamed WasNamed VasNamed
Named Again Free FreeTO FreeTO FreeTO
Albert J Myer Had Valet to Help HelpChange HelpChange HelpChange
Change Clothes and Escape EscapeTrouble EscapeTrouble EscapeTrouble
Trouble With Officers OfficersOrdeal OfficersOrdeal OfficersOrdeal
Ordeal of ofBeIn9 Being a Soldier SoldierWorth SoldierW SoldierWorth
Worth W ortli a Million MillionAlbert MillionAlbert MillionAlbert
Albert J Myer a millionaire sol soldier 101dier 301dier ¬
dier fined Sso 50 and sentenced to tothree tothree toA
A three months ia prison prisonAttended prisonAttended prisonAttended
Attended social functions in Wash Washington Washington Washington ¬
ington to which superior officers officershad officershad officershad
had been invited invitedKeeps invitedKeeps invitedKeeps
Keeps valet while serving an enlist enlistment enlistment enlistmeat ¬
ment at Fort Myer in order to tomore tomore tomore
more speedily change his soldiers soldiersuniform a soldiersuniform ldiers ldiersuniform
uniform for evening dress dreesSocial dreMSocial dressSocial
Social functions in Boston get him himinto himinto himinto
into trouble troubleEnlistment troubleEnlistment troubleEnlistment
Enlistment runs out before sentence sentenceis
is passed upon and he thereby therebyescapes therebyesupes therebyescapes
escapes the rigors of life of a asoldier asoldier asoldier
soldier in an arm yguardhouse yguardhouseHigh y yguardbouseHigh ardhouse ardhouseHigh
High society aoclet and lid soldiering for forUnrle fortnrle fortnrle
tnrle Sam will not mix any more than thanoil thanoil thanoil
oil and water waterThe waterThe waterThe
The experiment has been tried and andfound audfound andfound
found impossible by Albert J So Myergrandson Myer Myergrandson Myergrandson
grandson of the famous amou civil war vet veteran vtcran veteran ¬
eran for whom Fort Myer was named namedmillionaire Damedmillionalre namedmillionaire
millionaire clubman erstwhile cav cavalry ca caaIry cavalry ¬
alry private and later corporal corpora in the theSignal theSIgnal theSlgnal
Signal Corps stationed tio e41 at the reser reservation r reaervation er eryaHon ¬
vation overlooking Washington WashlmjctonThirtysix Whl WashingtonThirtysix ton tonThlrty
Thirtysix Thlrty lx month of Albert J JMyers J1Iyers JMyers
Myers social life IU are well known knowmembers to tomembers tomembers
members of exclusive exeht circles cJrcJ in Wash Washington Washirgtor 4 4111gtor ¬
ington Sew York and Boston tQa T Tclay n nlay Today
clay they were startled by b the an announcement anri anr ¬
ounCEment ri r from the War Department Departmenttriat
that tr t Corporal Albert J Myer be re reduced r rduced reduced ¬
duced to the grade of private be con conflned conflnfd confined
fined at hard labor for three months monthsand monthsand monthsand
and to forfeit 66 i salary salaryThe salaryThe Iary IaryThe
The sentence 5 ntence was made public today todayfollowing t4dayfollowing todayfollowing
following a courtmartia r before beforewhich beoretwhlcl1 beforetwhich
which Myer was tried on the specific specifictermed speciflccLarge feclftclarge
large ot neglect oC duty commonly commonlytermed commonlytcneci
termed taking French leave leaveOut leaveOut leaveOut
Out of Guardhouse GuardheueeAs Guard 9ule 9uleAs
As startling if not more so than the thesentence theb thesrrrtence
sentence b itself lt elf was as the news lie which whichleaked whichleaked whichleaked
leaked out with the sentence that Myer Myerhas Myerhas Myerhas
has been In prison since August But Buteven Buteven Buteven
even in this cup of woe fo for the ambitious am ambitious ambltlous ¬
bitious young man who wanted to work workup workup I Iup
up from the ranks to the same glory gloryaccorded gloryaccorded
accorded his Illustrious grandsire grand lre scin scintillates IIClntlllates scintlllates ¬ I
tlllates one large drop of r the ointment ointmentof I
of comfort For while former Corporal CorporalMyer CorpoOLIlIyer CorporalMyer
Myer was confined in the guardhouse guardhousehis
his iii enlistment expired Therefore he Is Isonce 18nee Iscnco
once < nee more free to trip the light fan fantastic fantastic fantastic ¬
tastic In the same me ballrooms where whereformer wheretonner whereformer
former superior officers waltz ltz and to toonce toonce toonce
once more sip concoctions from the thesame thesamc thesame
same clubroom glass which has h been beentouched beentouched beentouched I
touched by the martial lips of those thosesame thoeesame thosesame
same superior officers who are lucky luckyenough luckycDouKh luckyenough
enough to have private fortunes fo tune thatenable that thatenable thatnable
enable them to belong to the same exclusive ex exclusive exclusivc ¬
clusive organizations as II Albert J Myer MyerIn MyerIn MyerIn
In Social SwirL SwirLDetails SwirlDetalls SwirLDetails
Details of the offense otren e of neglect of ofduty oruty ofduty
duty uty of which Myer was w found guilty guiltyore guiltyare guiltyare
are wanting wanUn It te I understood how howtver ho hotver however
tver that while the young corporalstroop corporals corporalstroop corporarstroop
troop was in Boston last summer he hewas hewas hewas
was invited 1 1ted to numerous social func functions functions functions ¬
tions and one of the teas was to be beheld beheld I
held in the afternoon chosen by Myers Myerscommander Myerscommander lyerseommander
commander for the enlisted men to torack torack torack
rack their kits and prepare for a aBpeedy aS1Jfdy aspeedy
speedy return to Fort Myer MyerOf Xyeror MyerOf
Of course this order didnt affect affectthc aftectthe affectthc
thc epauleted officers whose hose only onl duty dutyi dutyorsisted uty utyl
i onslsted In returning to quarters and andcrderins a andadoring d drocring
adoring a welltrained valet to chance changet7fir chancet chancetcir
t7fir t Jr Costumes from full dress to field fieldraSrching fieldrallrehlng heldrthrching
raSrching uniforms Now Corporal CorporalCT
> I CT so goes g0 8 the gossip wa was = not out outnr outdDr outd
dDr d < me nr in this thl valet matter by his su sujiriior 811firI enr
jiriior firI r ror or officers But Butand and it was a big bigerr 1HKuthat bigC
err C uthat rs that valet was somewhat hand handit
t a l td d in performing the orders of his hisrraUr hl hlrratr hisrater
rater He came in very ery handily at ati atJO
i JO ort Myer when ben Myer yer rushed from a alard aLar alard
lard drill to quarters and needed help helpto
to gut into faultless evening eenin garb for fora forn
a ramble into the cosy corners and tea tearooms tearooms tearooms
rooms of homes along Massachusetts Massachusettsavenue XaMacbUHttatlvnue Massachusettsnvcnae
avenue and Sixteenth street
yi Myor cr it i iii understood attended t tostcn the theHtT
1 HtT ostcn t n function but was unable to doff doffns do doti doffI < <
ns I 5 lush slUe ilk tile and frock coat rapidly rapidlyen
en r ugh and don the habil babiUmeftUS eni of H HFolJicr MoYJir wo1liCr
FolJicr in time to catch the troop train trainIt traint
It t was W 13 enough Myer was brought up upon upon lit I Ion
on t the hl e > carpet and today he is without withouti
h i > b bYoung bYorng
hY Young Y m Myer has had ha a unique career careeras
as a soldier As far ss is II known knownand knowJland knownand
and his friends say y they know knowwhereof knowhereof I Ihereor
whereof they pak a he will not reen reenIrt j
Ixt His army arm career ea r began wnen w ien he hef3iIM hefailed
failed to get et Into Iftt West Point because becauseContinued beetlUMContinued becauseContinued
Continued on Eighth Page PageWEATHER PA PageWEATHER < < e eWEATHER
Fair tonight and a cl Saturday colder tonight to tonight tonIght ¬
night with heavy frost brisk westerly westerlywinds we terly terlywinds
t winds
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12 noon noon 4f 4fi
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4 Sun sets 585 585TIDB 513TIDE 5i3TIDE
TodayHIgk Today High tMq tide 4 a as and aIM 4 4i1 p pm Pm pm
m low tide UM ri a m IlL and aj 1l E137 i p p111 p111Tomorrow11s jro jroTomorrow xnTomorrow
Tomorrow Tomorrow11s Big tick tII i i11 a m and and6Q
E 6Q < 3 p m low tide11 2 a m
Women Flee for Safety FromStrike From FromStrike FromStrike
Strike Riots In Front of ofHelen ofHelen ofHelen
Many Injured on Both Bot Sides of ofNorth ofNorth ofNorth
North River As Wage Demand DemandContinues DemandContinues DemandContinues
Continues to Spread SpreadN Sprc SpreadNIirW d dN
NIirW N > > W YORK Oct 28A 3S A doses mount mounted JIMtIRtod mneested ¬
ed police reenforced by a score of W bleot8 blsa blsacoats e eeoats
coats on foot charged Into SO 2i striking
driver and helpers of the American Ex Express ExJH Express ¬
press JH Company in front of the hom ho of efHelen ofHfIien ofHelen
Helen Gould on Fifth avenue when whenthey wItenthe whenthey
they the Jeered one of the company official officialwho otftetablwho offetalswho
who urged u ed them the to return to work
j I
Fifth avenue a eDUe at that point was wa crowd crowded crow crowded ¬ I
ed with hundreds of women and scores scoresof scoresof COr COror
of vehicles The women 0IDen fled for safety fety j
through the side streets as the strikers strikersw atrlkerilWfre strikersw5re
w Wfre re driven down the thoroughfare I
General Agent ent Balfour of the expresscompany express expresscompany eKre eKrecompany
company followed the men after they
got their pay laY He was accompanied by I Ia
a number of bluecoats who ho had been on
guard outside the express expr depot He
began advising advil K the strikers to return returnwork to
work and the rioting followed followedSpreads followedSpreads followedSpreads
Spreads to ifew Yerk YerkThe YerkThe YerkThe
The strike which started in Jer Jersey Jerey Jersey ¬
sey ey Cit CIt1 last Monday when an ad advance advance advane ¬
vance of E K a month was refused spread I
to this city today todayEmployes I IBmployes
Hmployes abandoned aba doned their wagons < < 0118 and andannounced andannounced I Iannouneed
announced they would stay out until the thewage thewage
wage Increase te I granted Several short shortriots abortrlota shortriots
riots occurred and a number of strike ¬ I
breakers were dragged from their theirwagons tbetrwac theirwagers
wagons wac and d beaten beatenPolice beatenPalI0e 1
Police e charged eha ecl the crowd < < with drawn drawnclubs drawnclubs
clubs and cl there were ere some beads 1IeA I
broken The strike threatens to toto spread
to all of the organised teamsters 1st J t the th1 th1city I Icity Icity
city and Ad if It does serious rlo troubie trouble wWThe win wtltbeen I Ireselt
reselt The Department t ot Labor baa
been not ed and Del It is likely its media1 media
tors will 11I try to arrange a compromise eo eoStrikeBreAkers compromiseStrikeBreakers I IStrikeBreakers
StrikeBreakers Beaten BeatenJERSEY BeateRJERSEY BeatenJERSEY
JERSEY CITY X J Oct XR1n ILRtedug 1Uadag 1Uadagremained tng
was resumed this morning moralll at the lhds ski I
ferry terminal when a onehorse e wagon wagonarrived > 1arrived Irrtvecl I
arrived from New 1 ew York Two blocks bloofcej J j
from fromfhe the ferry ate Kalso street 8tr eat the barI bar barJM8IJ j
nom sous ts cut the horse oree whipped and asstsent andstrikess
sent t galloping up 9
Iarenk avetnrsy y yJId
strikess and JId tbetr smpalhJers attaclcoil attaclcoilThfl at e4
u the dttv detvtlr and hie m to helpers The
driver was dragged Ced to the street Teet and
beaten He was covered with blood bloodwhen blooclwhen bloodwhet j
when rescued by pollee The two help i
ers 8 escaped and jumped into a patrol
wagon after bete be4nc kicked and punched
by the mob The Horse was attached
to the wagon wA < < on again ia after a policeman I
had captured It and to the accompani ¬
ment of a volley v K Y stones the wagon < < on
was wa escorted to the WellsFargo stables I
At W 1030 oclock o clock a gang of fifty
strike breakers breake arrived from New
York and emerged from fro the McAdoo I
tubes at the Henderson street station
They were attacked by striking striking driv drivers
ers and helpers who had been tipped
oft and were deprived of their night
slicks and badly beaten Nearly all
escaped The remainder said they I
uhad had enough of Jersey Jer ey and begged
the police to take them back to the I
tubes The > were accommodated a < <
No expresi expre matter Is moving movfn today
and the strikers appear to be an i com ¬ I
plete control of the situation
This morning a mob of 1W sympa ¬
thizers stoned a ear and several vera wom ¬
en were injured injuredTroops InjuredTroops
Troops Await Need NeedTRENTON NeedTRENTON
TRENTON TRE rON N J Oct 28 1As As a re result TeMIlt result ¬
sult of disorder dl order which broke out last lastnight 1a lastnight t
night State troops were were today tocla ordered orderedby orderedby j I
by Governor Fort to tie held In readinesg readi readiness ¬
ness ne s to act the moment the situation situationpasses IdtuatioRput situationpasses
passes put beyond the control of the pollee
In the he rioting last night two policemen policemenwere poUee teR teRw
were w e badly bad ba 1i hurt and are in the hoe hospital ho hopltal hoepital ¬
pital today todayA
A dozen wagons from which the
drivers and helpers were ere driven have
been burned in the street streetFOOTBALL streetFOOTBALL
i School Team T earn Cancels Sched Schedule Schedule ¬ I
ule and Disbands for forthe forthe forthe
the Season
1 I
Western ftKftn High School today canceled canceledit ca eeled eeledIbJ
it its football schedule 8Cbe ule for this tbI season and anddisbanded aBdd anddisbanded
disbanded d its it team teamThis teaMTbla tamThis
This action may mean the cancella cancellation eancellatlon ¬
tion of the entire interhigh ec school ooI foot football tootbaU footbll ¬
ball schedule scheduleAccidents scheduleAccidents eheduleAccidents
Accidents to players deathsf deaths r and andscholarship ADdcholanship andscholarship
scholarship disqualifications according
to a statement 8tatem nt given out today by Miss MissE MIME Ilog IlogE
E M Woscott W SCOtt principal of the school schoolare schoolare > > ehoolue
are the reasons for this action actionAs actionuAM actionAs
uAM As a result ot these lia conditions there thereare thereare thereare
are but four members m mbeni left of the origi original origiJNLI original ¬
nal team the principal said kl
In view of these the e facts it seems little
less 1 than foolhardy foolhard to enter the crippled
team i in competition with the seasoned seasonedand 8e80nedand seasonedand
and welltrained teams of Central Businem Busi Business DUtJIJMU ¬
ness and McKinley High Schools
This belief is strengthened by the
fact that in the first game in which the
Western team participated one player playerwas playerwas playerwas
was seriously seriou ly injured In view there ¬
fore of these conditions the Western
High Hlch School withdraws from further furtherparticipation furtherparUctpatJon furtherparticipation
participation In football this season seasonIn HUOnIn seasonIn
In doing so the school remains fully fullyresponsible fuUyntbl fullyresponsible
responsible ntbl for any and all financial financialobligations ftnantjalobltp financialobitgtations
obligations obltp ona entered upon at the openingof opening openingof openinot
of the be season aea n This action has the thefullest thefullest thefullest
fullest approval al Proal of the facultyLABORERS faculty facultyLABORERS tacuItyLABORERS
F PJGKDMONT DXONTW W Va Oct 28A pas pastrain pasotraiM pantrain
train plowed N tarsttgh h a gang JPhSC gang4f
C Han workmen WC1Ik today t teiakilling 4kF kBWns klIIin throe throeaa threeaBf three threean4
aa aBf < i fatally InJurn injuring 1 two
So Rules Justice Stafford In InOpinion InOpinion
Opinion Handed Down DownToday i iToday IToday i
Also Involves Legality of Marriage 11arriageof j jof
of South Dakota Divorcees DivorceesIn I
In District DistrictJustice Dist Districtu ct
I IJusflce
Justice J u slce Staffords View on onDakota onDakota onDakota
Dakota Divorce DivorceSouth D DivorceSouth cvorce cvorceSouth
South Dakota divorce decrees are fworthless j jworthless Iworthless
worthless in the District holds i iJustice jJustice I IJustice
Justice Stafford StaffordA
A wife cannot be expected to travel
1500 miles mil os to answer a false complaint com complaint complaint ¬
plaint plaintT1tis plaintThis j jThis
This court is not bound to recognize recognizethe j jthe Ithe
the decree of another State court courtunless I Junless Iunless
unless that court has jurisdiction I Iof Iof
of both parties partiesSuch j jSuch I ISuch
Such a decree cannot be allowed to tointerfere tointerfere tointerfere
interfere with the right of a wife wifeto wifeto wifeto
to her husbands support where wherehe wherehe wherehe
he has remarried remarriedDivorce remarriedDivorce remarriedDivorce
Divorce decrees obtained In South Dakota Da Dakota Daket ¬
kota ket courts C < ur l will 111 be worthless < < lbleMi in the Die District DI DItr1et Dietriet ¬
trict of Columbia CoIvlll if an opinion banded bandeddown naMeddown handeddown
down today by Justice Stafford of the theDistrict theDllltriet theDistrict
District Supreme Court holds holdsIs bokIIs holdsIs
Is it for the public interest t that divorces di divorces divorce ¬
vorces vorce of this character should sb4 ukl be bold boldgood heldgeodr ld ldood
good geodr ood r asks aslts ai ts Justice Stafford In the thecourse t thecoarse e eeour
course eour of Ala lengthy opinion oplaJonanswers and He Heanswers heanswers
answers it by declaring Invalid a do docree donee
cree obtained In South Dakota by Mil MIlton Milton
ton E Davis D vw divorcing him from Aaaa AaaaD Dfta DftaD
D Davis DavisThe DavieThe DavisThe
The case In n quet Question < tior Is the suit brought broughtby bnm < < ht ht1Itt
by 3BB tm Davis D Dan for o Vn Wn n absolute lute divorce divorcefrom dly divorceikos ree reeIMrh
from her IMrh hnsbtoMi Ind 4d H far aII alimony Ioa The Tbeanswer Theanswer litem
answer m Wer made to the ui petition pe tlots by the hus husband husband
band was that he had obtained an II ab abllalute absolute
solute divorce from rom Ms bt wife Ue in South SouthDIlkota SouthDakota
Dakota on December V tt 1Ni T having havinggone haTiagKOfte baringgone
gone to that State on April 34 3 1W tt i for forthat torthat forthat
that purpose purposeRaises purposeRaises
Raises National Question QuestionIn I
In rendering the opinion Justice Staf Stafford Starford Stafford ¬
ford raises nd a national legal question questionpertaining que questionpertaining
pertaining to the socalled call snap 8D di divorces cHoreelS divorcee ¬
vorces and it is probable that the tbeissue theissue
issue 00 will 11I be carried te the court of oflast otlast oflast
last resort resortAnother retiOrtAnotMr resortAnother
Another legal point involved In tbe tbedecision tbedecbllon thedecision
decision wla wi be the legality of marriages mar marriages JRArrlge ¬
riages of South Dakota divorcees in the theDistrict tMDt theDistrict
District Dt triet of Columbia Davis having havingmarried havingmarried havingmarried
married Daisy D ky Shepard who bo was wasnamed warnnamed I Inamed
named as the corespondent core pondflnt in hiswifes his htewifes I IwIfes
wifes divorce suit The marriage took tookplace i iplace
place la South Dakota but under Jus Justice JusUee Justlee ¬
tice Staffords Statr rds ruling has BO legal status statusin
in the suit brought by Mrs Davis DavisDavis De DavisDavis m mnavt
Davis is an employe of the Mer Merchants Merchantg Merchants ¬
chants Parcel Delivery and earns earnsabout o earnsabout ffiS ffiSabout
about tiS 18 a week it is claimed He and andMrs andMr andMrs
Mrs Mr oavis were born in the District Districtand DlatrlctaDd Districtand
and were married in Washington March Marchi1 I
tl6 i1 1ieT 1 T The couple separated in 1 1Hl 1Hland 1911and M
and did not live together t ether after that
time Davis obtained his South Da ¬
kota divorce on the pr grounds ni of r rmarried l88 lesar < r
ties and three weeks later he was wasStaffords
married to Daisy Shepherd ShepherdStaffords ShepherdStaffords
Staffords Opinion OpinionAfter OpinionAfter OpinionAfter
After reviewing the evidence In the thecase theca thecase
case ca e which he declared showed thatthat that thatthat thatthat
that Davis wrongfully left the Die District D Diefilet s strlct ¬
filet of Columbia to escaf e escape c1e > e his marital maritalobligations maritalobUstfons maritalobligations
obligations Justice J Justice Sce Stafford says In Inpart Inpart inpart
part partInasmuch
Inasmuch as the defendant was the theparty theparty theparty
party in the wrong and deserted his hiswife hislCe hiswife
wife lCe and left this jurisdiction In these theseclrcul thesecircumstances
circumstances clrcul 8tnccs It follows that the court courtover courtot courtof
ot South Dakota had no jurisdiction jurisdictionover
over her and no right to bind her by its
decree The matrimonial domicile was
here and here it remained rem ncd There Is teno Isno
no reason why wh she should go 1509 1 miles
to toSwer ws wwer er his false complaint She did didnot
not voiit snit to the jurisdiction of that thatcom tbatCOUl thatcoot
com coot and whatever may m be Us ef effect effeet effeet ¬
feet in South Dakota it is of no effect
here hereSouth
South Dakota grants an absolute divorce di divorce dlvorce ¬
vorce for various causes including de desertion desection desertion ¬
sertion as in this case In the District Districtof
of Columbia divorces are granted for forone torBe forens
one Be cause only and that cause la not
4 Consequences Serious SeriousIt
It is true the consequences of a re refusal rctval refusal ¬
fusal to recognize reco lze the decree may be beserious beMllous beserious
serious to the defendants but so would wouldbe wouldI wouldbe
I be the consequence con uence to the plaintiff of ofrecognising otreoognl ofreoognlzng
recognising reoognl ng the decree decreeIs
Is it for the public interest intere t that di divorces divorces l lvorce ¬
vorces of this character should be held heldgoo1 heldgoo heldgoo
goo1 goo I Would ould the example eCa 1Dle be whole wholesome wholesome wholesome ¬
some or unwholesome if we should shouldrecognize shouldr8Cgnlze shouldrecognize
recognize and enforce this decree on the theground theground theground
ground of comity Would ould it tend to tostrengthen
I l2trengthen strengthen or weaken the ties of mar mari
i I riage and of the family Would it ittend Ittend ittend
tend to preserve pret ere or destroy the home homeThere
I There being no doubt upon the evi
I dence that the defendant has been guilty guiltyt
t Hof i of the statutory cause for divorce the theplaintiffs theplalnUtrs theplaintiffs
plaintiffs prayer for an absolute di divorce dlvorce ¬
I vorce will be granted and the defend defendant defendant ¬
I ant will m be required to pay pa a reasonable reasonablesum
I sum by way wa of alimony and to make makereasonable makereasonable makereasonable
reasonable provision for the support of ofthe ofthe
the minor child the custody of whom whomwill whomwill whomwill
I will be given to the plaintiff plaintiffSOUTHERN plalntirrSOUTHERN plaintiffSOUTHERN
MEMPHIS PHIS Tenn Oct 28 28Gen 28GenGeorge Gen GenGeorge GenGeo
George Geo W Gordon commanderinchief commanderinchiefof
of the tht United Confederate Veterans Veteransa0d Veteransaid
aid Member of Congress from the theTenth theTenth theTenth
Tenth Tennessee Congressional dig disat dl dltrIet digttiet
trIet ts Iell seriously usly m wltm wsti heart trouble troublet
at t his home In this thl city cityT clt citx
x 1
I Wright Wr ght Air A r Navigators Nav gators Undaunted by Winds V rn ndsl s and an d Aeroplane AeroplaneDRIVEN I IDRIVEN 1DRIVEN
Type of Wright Biplane in Which Johnstone and Hoxsey Defied Gales at High Altitudes
Copyright 6 G rain rainRALPH BainRALPH BdnRALPH
Wright Pupil Blown Backward by byWindstorm byWindstorm byWindstorm
Windstorm for Distance of 55 Miles
Blizzards Raging In North Northwest Northvest NorthwestWinter ¬
west westWinter Winter Strikes StrikesCapital StrikesCapital StrikesCapital
CLEVELAND Ohio Oct SI SA SAheavy S A Aheavy Aheavy
heavy gale and aa snowstorm ta I raging ragingR
fa R Cleveland today Th The streets are arecovered arecover arecovered
covered cover with snow this tl morning Mora II and anda
a heavy fall was predicted Storm Stormwarnings StOlJftwarnings Stormwarnings
warnings were flashed over Lake LakeErie LakeErie LakeErie
Snow in Chicago ChicagoCHICAGO ChicagoClUCAGO ChicagoCHICAGO
CHICAGO Oct 2S SFlrst First snow of ofthe otthe ofthe
the season for Chicago and for a Rum Rumber
ber of other places laces a temperature be below below below
low freezing here early this morn mornIng mornIng mornIns
Ing and storms raging In the North Northwest
west and predicted predlc e4I over the Gulf and andAtlantic aadAtlantic andAtlantic
Atlantic States have been the weather weatherfeatures we weatherfeatures tber tberf
features f ture8 In the last twentyfour hours hoursDrops hoursDrops hoursDrops
Drops Fifteen Degrees DegreesDUNKIRK DegreesDUNKIRK DegreesDUNKIRK
DUNKIRK N l Y Oct 28 2SA A high highwind highIod highwind
wind Iod has been sweeping Lake Brie Brieduring jrleduring
during the past twentyfour hours and andshipping andshipping
shipping has been tied up In the local localharbor localharbor
harbor This morning snow began falling fall fallIng tailIng
Ing and the temperature dropped lit fifteen 1ICteen litteen ¬
teen degrees In seen hours hoursLight hoursLight
Light Snow SnowERIE SnowERIE SnowERIE
ERIE Pa Oct 2S 2SHSgk High winds prerail pre prevail ¬
vail In this locality with light snow snowthis snowthis
this morning The tem temperature erature Is
mod moderate orate I
Snow in Nashville NashvilleNASHVILLE i
NASHVILLE Tenn Oct 1rA light lightsnow lightsnow
snow fell here this morning the second secondfall s secondfall nd ndtall
fall in Nashville m October Octo > ter r in the his history h htOIJ history ¬
tory of the weather bureau bur burehuCapitals liu liuCapitals
1 Capitals Share ShareWashington ShareYashlngton ShareWashington
Washington shivered this morning morningand morningand morningand
and since noon has gloried In the first firstpronounced ftrstpronounced firstpronounced
pronounced cold weather of o the autumn au autumn autumn ¬
tumn tumnA
A cold wave that started from Alaska Alaskalast AJa Alaskalast ka kalast
last Sunday Sunda and tnence overflowed theUnited the theUnited theUnited
United States bringing snow to the thenorthern thenorthern timenorthern
northern border States and freezing freezingtemperatures freezingtemperatures freezingtemperatures
temperatures as fansouth as Ashevillereached Asheville Ashovillereached Ashevillereached
reached the city this morning after afterlast afterla8t afterlast
last nights rain rainstorm storm which was dig dispelled dlselled digpolled ¬
polled elled to the northeast northeastf
I f At 8 oclock this morning there was wasJa wastem wastemperature
Ja temperature tem erature of 44 degrees below the thenormal thenormal thenormal
normal for this season and for two twoor twoor twoor
or three th days the temperature v will lli be beunseasonably beunseasonably beunseasonably
unseasonably law but tempered by im immaculately Immaculately immaculately ¬
maculately fair skies Frost is pre predicted predicted predicted ¬
dicted for tomorrow morning with a aminimum aminimum aminimum
minimum temperature of 35 3t or 36 de degrees deI degrees ¬
grees greesrhls greesThis
j This mornings cold was a surprise surpriseto
to those who had not lent ear to the thepredicted theWeather
I Weather Bureau which last Sunday SundaI Sundaypredicted
predicted the decline of todays tem temperature temperature temperature ¬
I perature In Alaska it opened the sea season S Sson season ¬
son on the home grounds by b placing placingzero placIngzeroS placingzeros
zero zeroS to the credit of all thermometers thermometersThe
The wave dropped down the Pacflc Pacflccoast Pacftecoest Pac fc fccoast
coast and in the northwest provinces of ofCanada ofCanada ofCanada
Canada and throughout Washington Washingtonand Wahln ton tonand
and Montana on to the Great Lake re region regIon region ¬
gion drcpped drc sped ped Hurtles of snow that th t fell fellupon tellupon fellupon
upon subsiding mercuries marking 12 12and 1 1and 1and
and 14 14The 14The 14The
The forecast of the Weather WoatherBureau WoatherBureauIs Bureau BureauIs
Is < Fair tonight and Saturday Saturdaycolder turdav turdaycolder turdavcolder
colder tonight with frost apd a d mini minimum mhilmum minimum ¬
mum temperature temperatures of 3i e S6 degrees de degrees degrees ¬
j jI
grees greesWashington
I Washington had the flrsfc flrsti frost > of ofautumn otautum ofautumr
autumn last Monday with wlt a minimum minimumtemperature minimumtemperature minimumtemperature
temperature of 37 degrees degrees
WhoToday Who lhoTo TodaySa Ssccessfislly Succ tUy lay P1ew P1ewBackfe FlewBack ick f e Field ia i High Wind Win After Being BeingBiewa Beingdown
4 down Iewn 25 DeS Away A a7
Cleveland Board Merely MerelyClassifying 11erelyClassi MerelyClassifying
Classifying Classi fying Expenditures ExpendituresSays ExpendituresSays ExpendituresSays
Says White House HouseThere HouseThere HouseThere
There is no immediate te prospect t of a Ul UlY1 anupheaval j
upheaval Y1 IB the t e governmental depart departmeats 6epartmentll departments
meats that may 1 deprive married marriedwomen JMrrledwemea marriedwomen
women of their positions under the theplan thepia theplan
plan pia wide is now being worked k out outby outby outby
by the Presidents economy and apcl efficiency effi efficiency ¬
ciency delle boardThin board boardThis DoanlThill
This board commonly known as 9e tbe tbeCleveland eCleveland e eCJeYeIaAd
Cleveland board is not engaged in an aninvestigation aninveeUgaUon aninvestigation
investigation of the personnel of the tbeGovernments theGovernments I IGOV8rn11M11tS
Governments roll of employes pIoyes The I 1board Iboard Iboard
board instead is confining COR4ftt its labors to toa toa
a dasstocation cla bacatioft of expenditures exHlDCltt depart departi dep departmental rt rtmental I
i mental budgets and an analysis of the thework thewMk thework
work being performed by the various variousbureaus variousbureaus I
bureaus bureausThe bureausThe bureausThe
The board is making OH effort e < < ort at this thistime Odstime
time to ascertain whether an employe
te married or whether the employe if a awoman
woman has a husband hu band These matters mattersit
it was said at the White House today todaywill toda todawill todaywill
will be left entirely to the t e heads of th thvarious the thevarioutl thevarious
various departments as heretofore heretoforeSecretary I Ir ISecretary
Secretary r Norton orton on said today that many manyvaluable Ivaluable I Ivaluable
valuable suggestions suge t10ns relating to the theeconomy tMeeonom theeconomy
economy eeonom program are being received receivedfrom receivedfrom receivedfrom
from person in the tb Government employ ernploIn
in all section eetlo i of thv country The clerks clerksas
as well as the tt heads of bureaus are aremaking aremakl arebaking
making makl suggestions sun ons and these are beAu beAucaretfay beingcarefully vein veincarefully
carefully caretfay noted atthe White hlte House and andby anCiby andby
by the economy board of which Fred Frederick Frederick Frederick ¬
erick Cleveland CJ e nd is chairman chairmanFRANCE chlnnanFRANCE chairmanFRANCE I
OVER TURKISH LOAN LOANDispatches LOANDispatches LOANDispatches
Dispatches From Constantinople ConstantinopleConfirm ConstantinopleConfirm ConstantinopleConfirm
Confirm Report of French Am Ambassadors Ambassadors Ambassadors ¬
bassadors Departure DepartureLOXDON DepartureLQoo DepartureLONDON
LONDON LQoo ON Oct 2S Dfepatcbes from fromConstantinople fromCOft8tRUnople fromConstantinople
Constantinople today eonArm the re reports rtports reports ¬
ports ef the hasty departure from that tbatcity thatcity
city of M Bompard the French am ambassador ambfuNiador ambasesdor ¬ I
bassador bassadorHte bfuNiadorHI basesdorHis
His HI action Is construed con trued here as a aFrench a1 a1French aFrench
French threat against the consummation consumma consummation OOftsummation ¬
tion of the German loan to Turks TurksGermany TurkGennny Turkey TurkeyGermany
Germany is seeking by means of t this thisloan thisloan i i10n
loan English diplomats believe to line lineup lineup I Iup
up Turkey in opposition to the alliance alU8nceof i iof
of England France and Russia Rus ia For Forthis Forhis Forthis
this his reason r n the incident foreshadows foreshadowsthe
the gravest complications complicationsA
A Paris dispatch says that the for foreign forgn forefgn ¬
eign gn office has h 8 not recalled Bbroperd Bbroperdand Bomperdand
and that there Is no thought in France Franceof FraDoiot
of severing diplomatic dl mattc relations relatio s with withTurkey withTurkey withTurkey
I Turkey An ultimate u mate rupture between betweenFrance betWfleftFrance betweenFrance
France and Turkey would ould not surprise surpriseEnglish surpr surprEnglish surpriseEnglish
English officialdom officialdomTWO offtclaldomTWO officialdomTWO
WHEELING W WIa Va Oct 3S 2ST Two Twomen Twomen O Omen
men were ere blown to bit foils bi < early today todaywhen todayvben todaywhen
when a dynamite d namile cap exploded IX en the thenew thonewwaterworks thenew
new newwaterworks waterworks at Jveyscr K KThe KeracThe j
The dead deadJOHN deadJOHN I IJOHN
JOHN BURKE American Amerl AmeriemaptANTON i iANTON I IU
Lewis to Be Assistant At Attorney Attorney Attorney ¬
torney General Despite DespiteAdverse DespiteAdverse DespiteAdverse
Adverse Comment CommentIn
In spite of all Ute storm that has 11MMea hasbeen
been stirred 1Idrr up over the t1Mt prospective preepeettveappointment
appointment t of J So H I Iwho L Lewis a negro negrowho ro rowho
who te now 110 assistant RII dt lt to Ute district districtattorney cJI districtattorney trict trictattor
attor attorney at Boston as Assistant Attor Attorney AUOIney Attorney ¬
ney General of the United States the tbeappointment theappotatment theappointment
appointment will be made madeAfter madeAfter de deAft
After Aft election there te 1 every reason reasonto r rto
to believe tbe White House Hou e will an announce aanounce announce ¬
nounce the appointment JDeDt of Lewis Pres Pre8ident Fr e eldent
ident Taft III said tu have made 1Ip his hismind le lemind
mind to tide t ts effect and ad he Is not likely likelyto
to be swerved from 1Olll K KAs kS it itAs
As S to the talk of opposition oppo4 UOft by At Attorney Attorney t ttorn ¬
torney torn y General Den Wickeraham it ap appears appears appears ¬
pears that all Mr Wlckersham WI R keraham has hassaid ha hasaki hassaid
said is that there is no vacancy ia the th
liet of assistant attorneys general eral It
is true there + Is no vacancy but it Itsaid issaid is issaid
said there will m be one at the time re required required required ¬
quired In other words it is expected expectedone
one of the white incumbents of the theoffice tJMo theoffice
office o < < tee of assistant attorney general generalwill geIMra1will generalwill
will be displaced to make ke room for forewis
lewis lewisIt T ewis ewisIt ewisIt
It is i much more liekly that Charles
A A Cotterill of Toledo will lose lo e out outon outon outon
on the tII proposed appointment as col ¬
lector at Honolulu than that Lewis Lewiswill wwi8will Lewiswill
will fall of appointment The eonie eonieof e4 eopieof I Ie Ieof
of Honolulu want a citlaen eltl of their theirown tlMtrown theirown
own city named namedTbe DJDeCIThe namedThe
The White House today to y gala a re
fused to say whether Lewis would wouldnamed be benamed
named That Is it simply refused to toconfirm toconftrm toconfirm
confirm or deny denyNEW denyNEW denyNEW
BRUSSELS BRI SSELS Oct 2S STbe The longest longestcontinued JOngMtcontinued longestcontinued
continued crosscountry aeroplane
flight with a passenger was accom accomplished accompUsbed accomplished ¬
plished today tada by Mathieu Mathl u a French Frenchaviator Frenchaviator Frenchaviator
aviator who in a biplane new front tro
Paris to Brussels ItS miles in three
hours h and thirty t minutes minutesMathie minutesMathiew U
Mathie h r left Paris = at iH 12ie oclock
this afternoon and Ad arrived at Brus Brussels BnISel8 Brussels ¬
sels el8 at 4 1 oclock He expected e pectecl to start starton startOft starton
on the return trip late today todaySIX todaySIX todaySIX
ETEMPFS France Fran e Oct 2S 1Reoords 1Reoordstor Records Recordsfor Recordsfor
for both time and distance di tnce were broken brokenat
at tbe the aerodrome here today bY Maurice MauriceTabuteau MurJeeTabut MauriceTabutsau
Tabuteau Tabut u who in a Faxman biplane remained re remained 18malne ¬
mained aloft aI < > ft six hours h < Urs and rcl ten minute JDtautand minutesand minuteand
and covered covered 2BS miles Jft fos Tabuteau ate twomeals two twomeals twOIs
meals Is on the wing wingBy w wBy wngBy
By his wonderful achievement t be be became became becast ¬
came the holder of the MfcbeUnCup MfcbeUnCupPOSTMASTER Michelin Cup CupPOSTMASTER CupPOSTMASTER
The Postoffice Department today re received r rceived received ¬
ceived a dispatch from fromVP Fredericksmirg FredericksmirgVa
Va announcing the arrest of R Thomas ThomasPvrkiaa TbonIaaParkl ThomasPurkina
Pvrkiaa Parkl postmaster po tIDaeter of Kint KIa Gear Gearcharged George GMc1red Georgecharged
charged ed with rifling r the thePvrkIIas a Malta MaltaPurkins
Purkins is alleged to have ha vs taken taIE 4MH 4MHHe 4111
He has ben committed eom itttell ta jail JattPurkins jellPurkins
Purkins was appointed < < N November r 4 41Stti
f If
Wright Air Conqueror Given GivenRousing GivenRousing GivenRousing
Rousing Reception on onTriumphant onTriumphant onTriumphant
Triumphant Return ReturnAMERICANS ReturnAMERICANS ReturnAMERICANS
Brookins Heads Trio Which Will WillContest WillContest WillContest
Contest With Foreigsers ForeignersSelec ForeignersSelections Selec Selections ¬
tions Cause Adverse Criticism CriticismAviation C CriticismAviation ticism ticismAD
Aviation AD at on Events Today Todayand T Todayand o ay ayand
and Winnings WinningsHoarly WinningsHourly WInnIngfHourly
Hourly distance 130 te 230 230Henly 30 30Hourly I IHearly
Hourly altitude altit1ldeI30 130 te 230 230Hearly 230Hoedy 30 30Hourly
Hourly distance 245 te t 345 345Hearly 345Heady 345Hourly
Heady altitude altitude245 245 2 S te t 345 345Daily 345Daily 345Daily
Daily duration 130 I te t 230 30
245 te 345 345Fastest 345Fasteet 345Fastest
Fastest flight 130 te t 230 30
245 = 45 to 345 345Cresscountry 345Crfl6cQ1mtrr 345Cresscountry
Cresscountry passenger carrying
4 oclockGrand oclock oclockGrand ecleckGrand
Grand altitude a1tr e 4 edeck edeckStatue
Statue ef Liberty Sight 245 245AVIATORS x45AVIATORS i
GraiameWMte GraiameWMteHexsey SI7oo 51700Hexsey SI7ooHexsey 1700
Hexsey HexseyLatham 1575 1575Latham 1575Latham
Latham LathamMetssant 1400 1400L IJ4 IJ4Meisant I4ooMeiseant
Metssant MetssantDiesel L zoo z zooDrexel
Diesel DieselJefcastene 800J 800 800AVIATORS 800J
Jefcastene JefcasteneBreekiaE J Betene 715 715Brkiu 775Brookins
BreekiaE BreekiaEAabrHB 650Aubru 650 650AB1
AabrHB AabrHBDe AB1 ran m t 650De 650 650De
De Leseaps LeseapsRadiey 6e 6eRidley
Radiey 1 RidleyEly RadieyEly SOO SOOjj
Ely ElyParmalee e too tooParmalee
Parmalee ParmaleeMeCaray jj jjI zoo zoo3aes
I 3aes afi e I00 I00Ward 100 100kCu
MeCaray MeCarayWfflard kCu y SO SOWillari
I r
PARK N T Oct M S sMfc I > K Khour f fhour for < < an anhour
hour with a win wi wind Mow 1Ho blowYitItxty Jbcty iIctyaa mike mikean Bellasan
an hour Archie Hoxsey ate lints back to tothe tothe tothe
the aviation hid eld from atasjetweed L LL LL LL
L today and was greeted Inj thunder tbandering tb tbiDg thundering
ing cheers from the da dahad Asa Asahad wito witohad
had gathered to watch the thecontests thIconte hcontests
contests contestsComing conte contestsComing ts tsComta
Coming Comta < < ia from the theheight north northheight JI JIhoeJ
hoeJ height < < ht of 2N > e feet be circled circledand ckdMUMt cdrdedtand
and landed JMMcl lightly l1 tly te front of c tin tMeWright tinWright tII tIIWright
Wright bandar bandarThe haptarThe JaPr JaPrTIM
The machine showed no ill effects effectsfrom deetstr effectsfrom
tr from the perilous perUo journey of yester yesterday ye yesterday t tclay ¬
day when Hoxsejr was caveat eaag t by a agale apM agale
gale above a oe th tIM cloud and swept swepttwentyRve SiWeJKtweatyilve swepttweatyfive
twentyRve tulles JIll e away H He said saidhowever saJdhower saidhowever
however that h he fearthe feared the acre aerepbu acreplane e8 e8p
pbu p plane o had been strained by the t tpeotuous tWettlO ton tonpontoons
pontoons WettlO voyage and tn the n meehanielns meehanielnsimmediately elMt icl I II > M Mtauneditely
immediately I iately overhauled th the m machine machineHemtaey ehin ehinHoacs tae taeHex
Hemtaey Hex > > eY y started start on bis return re Im flightfrom flight flightfrom M t ttroa
from Brentwood shortly before JtelDreH4t noon noonHe noseHe
He rose easily in the cornfield werebe were wberebe wlMrebe
be landed last evening A AtIIIII nunvber er of ofsmaU otsmall ofsmall
small pine trees were cut down to toKltow toallow toallow
allow tIN machine clean eIeaaBoxM poso passage passageHorsey s sHojc
Hojc BoxM Horsey ey reported that It the wind at an anattitude aaatttt anattitude
attitude atttt of lftf 1i feet wa was favorable fafOI Ih Ihthe for forthe forthe < <
the return re lr1I tttftiit 1 whB while k was s gusty ptetyclo8er gustycloser ty tycloser
closer to the earth Became of tills tbteand tillsaDd thisand
and because becU e of the fact that UM return rateratrip re returntrip trn trntrip
trip bad to be mad over v r ait entirely entirelystrange eIIdreIyeouDtry entirelystrange
strange country fitted with wttJatree houses bouoortrees housestrees
trees and other dangerous daD < < erou obstacles ofcetactesHoxsey obstaclesHorsey udes udesBODeY
Hoxsey kept to tb tile bn higher < r altitude unfit un unUl 1UlUt
Ul be reached the aviation sr ground nn and andthen andthen ad adtbe
then tbe descended directly in front of ofthe elthe ofthe
the Wrieht camp campAfter eaJDPAfter ampAfter
After an omctal o < < 1dl examination of ofHoaaey ofBOaHys ofHoxses
Hoaaey barograph pIa it was ajmmneoA ajmmneoAthat aaurraoeithat aaRIIBC aaRIIBCthat
that his hJ bi highest l hest be t aJttt altitude d during rta Ms Msflight IdsfttPt Isleflight
flight in the saHwae gall was ftM 3 e feet t which wMehte w1IteIIaot
te not a record recordLe t tLe ILe
Le Blanc Hakes Mak 5 Flight FHgbtTbe FIigtTIle FlightThe
TIle wind was Wowi blowing r at eighteen t tIes 9 9finished t toar
mules Ies aB hour boarfinished oar tt t + > when the andnirs ra raftDIshed
finished preparations pr prAtioM for tiM oars oarsAichts liarsftitdat ivysflights
flights AichtsDurinc ftitdatDurin flightsDuring
During < < a loll te the gate piete Graham OrabnmeWnite GrahamWhite
White te and LeBbutc hi their Htbone Htbonespeed 111bertiepower 1Itente 1Itentepower
power BIericK JDOIICIp monopianes mad a abort abortspeed rt rtspeed
speed practice flight fti t averaging avera a p r about aboutLeBlancs aitMItIe
a mile Ie a aLeBIaDcs mwhnntoe mwhnntoeLeBlaneS
LeBlancs M filght ht was w the tMyet most t thrilling thrillingyet tbrilMncyet
yet made by any Frenchman rIM chDIMI chDIMITraveling here boraTraveling hereTraveling
Traveling at atI t I least sixty JRIIeb in Mar MarLeBlanc hourLeBlanc
I LeBlanc negotiated the first pylon with witnease witkse withease
ease se His aeroninne banked bank bankat gracefully gracetattyat
at the turn Coning CoMt c into the theLhe straightthe straight straightthe
the Frenchman evidently gave p his Mo Motor M0tor motor ¬
tor a little more e gas for Ute monoplane monoptaiteseemed monoplaneseemed IIRlplaaeseemed
seemed to suddenly leap forward and andsnot andsIIot andshot
snot past the grandstand gr a stad at terrific terrificspeed t8rMtlcspe8d terHlicAfter
speed speedAfter spe8dAIt
After AIt traveling round Del the alter amaMercourse SMItIIercourae altercourse
course six tjnea t sees LeBtanc guided his hisnew bisMW hisnew
new racer r toward the banfars and andcame aacIclown andcone
came down r r few feet from Me start startpoint star starpoint f fpohat
point He HeMS as very Y wet and aIMIwttk apfcaeb apfcaebwith oplashed oplashedwith
with oil but semed se MoIl extremely utremelyat pleased pleasedat
at the behavior beba ior of the fourteeBevMnaer fourteeBevMnaermotor fourteenertl1Mlermotor
motor motorI motoI
001 I think ril be able to give 11 giveWxlgh the theWrights tIMW
Wrights W Wxlgh hts a good raee be beoff notharl renmrtted as asbe ashe asbe
be railed off 0 < < LisGrahalDeWhtte Lis bp goggles gogglesGrahameWhtte 6lea 6leaCnabmeWhite
GrahameWhtte sent s aaother aaotherto arovMC arovMCto ptWastto
to the th aviation a committee today t tthe regard re6ardIng regardIng
Ing the changes in tile rules in reference rafereneoto 8IICe 8IICeto
to the Statue of Liberty light He H asked askeda
a reconsideration r < < o of the aarlsiea over overruling orerruling er erruUng ¬
ruling him aDd said that if unifies WIIIIII iI s it itwere ItWeft itwere
were made it would be useioos fat blK blKto 111 111to Itlnto
to take part in any farther comneiltlan comneiltlanthough eowIII ftio ftiothough 1 1tbouch
though he may J make the Statue Sts M Mon flight flighton
on h his own Initiative InitiativeAmerican 1attMdYeAmerican InitiativeAmerican
American Team Named NamedThe NmeThe NamedThe
The America defenders Ml d lenders of t Ute Gor Gordon QerSa Qorden ¬
don Bennett trophy m the os oskkteraatioMLie eMIPe eMIPeiM ompolatetaelfonaie
kkteraatioMLie iM davlatfan dav a ties were wereCoBtinuccL 1Ua ana4mpoed 1Uaear
a4mpoed ear early tnisy t after a a s = = of ofCootnucd ofContinued
Continued OB on1hfrd Third Ta Pace PaceJ e

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