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All Richmond people who are In the country for the ?ummer rind the Tec-Dee Wnnt Ad*, ??nlly. This i?the Question: It ymi can ?ave Urne and money by reading; the? bnrgatn* shown dntty In the Tee-Tec Want Ad. column?, why not do It? 1HH TI.MEI?, FOUNDED IM?. ??? DISPATCH. KOUNDBD ihm. WHOLE NUMBER \6>59L RICHMOND, VA., WEDNESDAY, JULY 13, 1904. PRICE TWO CENTS. IN SMOOTH WATERS AT LAST. SUIViMAW?F the dAY*S news -/ . \ The Weather. "WASHINGTON, July 12,-Foreeast for (Wednesday nntl Thursday: Virginia?Fair Wednesday and Thurs? day; warmer Wednesday In caet partlon; JlKht lo fresh west winds. , North Carolina?Fair and warmer Wed .nesday; Thursday fair; light, variable .winds. Richmond wajs, again visited yesterday Bfternoon by a. tliunder and wind storm svith a downpour of rain. HANGE OF THE THERMOMETER % 0 ?. M. ?S 12 M. .,..;..... S8 3 P. M.;...,. SO ? P.M..74 PP. M. 72 12 midnight..'.-. 6S Averago. 7i 1-3 Jllgbost temperature yesterday. 00 Dowest temperature yesterday. VU Jalean temperature yesterday. 78 Normal temperature for July....;. 77 Departure from normal temperature. OL .Precipitation durine past 21 hour?.... .06 MINIATURE ALMANAC. July 13. 1004. Sun rises.5:00 I , IIKJH TIDE. ?an ?cts...7:'<il A Morning..........1:^0 ?loon Buts....'..7:21 I Evening...4:38 Richmond. Contract for the erection of the two .wings to the Caj)itol and the renovation of the original ftrueturo awarded to ?\G. ?. Chesterman for ?ltK'.OOCi, the lowest bid ?of the eight submitted; work will begin .August 1st, and. the excavation in to ho matt? by convict?-Brakcman of the -Richmond, Fredericksburg and iPotomac road receive? injuries from which- he dies ,ln a few .hours-Another storm of mingled electricit3\ wind ?yid rain sweepo over ?tlchmond, doing considerable dam? age; number of casualties from lightning reported. In various sections of the State <-?Masurier ordinance passes Board of Aldermen without a dissenting vote, but effort to lower price: of gas falls, the or? dinance belog? referred u> the Finance Committee, wnere it will-sleep??John M. King to pay hi? lino of $100, preparatory to ills release July Slat MANCHESTER-? Serious lire averted?Daughters of lib? erty and I. O. O. F. install officers?-Big: ?l?enles-Wedding In Washington-?Po Ice News?Personal and Briefs. Virginia. Tragedy h? Accomac county In which ?four men are shot, one fatally and one ibadly beaten??Heaths by lightning re jiorted from several places In the State Amherst lady coKimits suicide by Jumping Jnto a cistern-Alexandria druggist ends Jils lite ljy taking morphine-?Virginia Press .-Association meets at Blue Ridge Springs in annual session??Two pretty ?wedding? at Roanoko , and soveral in pthcr parts of the State??Fire breaks ?out in top story of Norfolk and western .oiUco building in Roanoke, but Is soon jiut out?Virginia Pharmaceutical Asso? ciation "convenes at-Newport News ?Verdict against Virginia and Southwest? ern Railway for $77350 set asido in Bristol? court?petersbuj-g Chamber of Com jnorco urges the imjrovomont of Washing? ton Streot-Intonating report on work' of . Improvement in Petersburg harbor .during the year-Staunton hall_team de? feats Chorokees In afternoon,"'! but is beaten at night-Negro prlsoncr'rolcascs himself from Orange jail by cutting a key cut of sheet Iron and unlocking the door -Mecklenburg seeking the establish-, jnent of a graded school-John.E. Pr?? den, of Nansemond, shot by his brother in-law by accident and will probably dio. North Carolina. Association of Schon Iseusscs favorably pul ?ship of text-books-Stata oxfilbit ,at St. J.oujK attracting much attention??Trial of Breeze embezzlement caso begun and District Association of School Superin? tendents discusses favorably public owner xnotlon to p."??!' tho indictment overruled i?-Mr. Balllnger stabs negro liieman In Bolf-dofenso?Republicans of Mecklen Jiur? county to put up full llokot-Dr. C. A. Smith denllnes tho-offer of presidency of the University of Tonnessee?Stranger et Henderson shot with his own pistol. Generai1. Roported that'30,000 Japanese killed by Russian mines; statement 1s not believed to b_Q ontlroly correct; Japanese Toku Shan army engages In series of small bat? tles; Russians ro.treat from post In post, desperately fighting; British., steamers Stopped by Russians on high sea? fttid civehauled; Togo reports attack on guard fihlp Diana, results not known; officer of penerai staff says Kuropatkln cannot hold New ChWang longe?; Russian sortie from Port Arthur was a surprise to the. Jap? anese?Hill Issues statement; Davis, do clinos Interview-Senator Daniel, Mr. Flood and others in '.automobil? wreck?. Hinchan does not want to hn national chairman; no date' l? ? fin! yet foi?'meeting of eommlueo; arrangements, for the'eom ing campaign; Judgn Parker chants a wild horse hy. eandjo light?Bryan an ?ounces that he will vote for Pnrlcor ??pd Davis and states hi? reasons; makes no compromise on money question?-Ravel?, lion of Murphy's real position; did' uot want CInveliuid, but Odrina??Republi? can (Ouvonuon in West Virginia Statilo of Jefferson arrlvos In St/ Dopi? safe and sound?-HIlike of -ln.ooo meat packers niay cut down fond supply and equal coal ' pirlke in Inconvenience Highball, American Dorby \vlnnor, breaks his leg on Brighton track; was insured for $25,000?Announcement of Senator. Clark's marriage (breo years ?go reveals Interesting romance?-Man who claims he Is ha if'brother of Czar of Rlissla is I" Jail at Toronto??Watch stole? soveral years ago found In body of ti fish Mayor Jones, of Toledo, died yesterday pftr-nionu?Bishop Kelley received In pri? vate andiene? hy tfie Pope?Grand Jury o? New Jersey brings In (rue bill? against negroes and urges, capital punishment hereafter.? - , HOGS HIS CHAGRIN, B?T WILL VOTE THE TICKET Bryan Issues Statement and As? sails Financial Policy of Democrats. SOUNDS NOTE OF WARNING Will Wait Until Election and Then Begin to Organize for Control in 1908. (By Associated Press.) LINCOLN. ????., July 12.-W. J. Bryan to-day gavo. out the following statement: "I; ?hall voto for Parker and Davis, the.nominee? of the Democratic National Convention, and shall do so for, the following reasons: "First.' because the Democratic ticket : stand? for, opposition to Im? perialism, while tho Republican ticket m and s for ari imperialistic policy. On ' ?. thl? question, which was the para mont issue in 190O, and which must remain an Important Issue so long as an attempt Is made to hold colonies ? under the American flag?on this is- . sue the convention was unanimous, the platform emphatic, and, I have no doubt that the candidate will carry out .the platform. The Race Question. "Second. Mr. Roosevelt is .inject? ing tho race issue into American poll-, tics and this issue, |f it becomes ria-_ tlonal, will make It. Impossible to consider economic questions that de? mand solution. The election of the Democratic ticket will put a quietus upon this attempt and permit the race question to work Itself out with? out tho bitterness which Mr. Roose? velt's conduct has engendered. "Third. Mr. Roosevelt stands for the spirit of war. His friends rep- . resent lilm as a man of blood and iron. He believes in strenuousness and In? culcates a love for warlike things. The Democratic ticket stands -for. peace, for reason, and for arbitra? tion rather than for force, conquest and bluster. "Fourth. The Democratic platform declares in fuvor ?f a reduction of the standing army, and as this plank was unanimously adopted, there Is reason to believe that Democratic suc? cess on the subject would bring some advantpgc to the' people. . ' .'V Attitude on Money. "For these four reasons, I feel justi? fied In ' supporting the ticket, but I will not misrepresent the situation or appeal for votes for the ticket on fnlso grounds, .A Democratic victory."will Continued on Second JPage. M?RPHY WAS FOR GORMAN Astute Leader Talked One Way and Worked the v ? Other. f (From Our Regular Correspondent) WASHINGTON. D. C, July 12.-<:harles F. Murphy, the leader of the Tammany Hal!, never desired to see Grover Cleve? land nominated'to the presidency Instead of Judge Parker. This interesting;,, if hot important, statement waevm?de?here to? night .by a man "oh-the Inside/" .wbo;is ?very close to Murphy. : "Murphy had'the country guesslnar.for several months," said 'this gentleman, fwh? positively forbade the.\ use of hi? name In connection with the story. "The country was kept busy trying ? to figure out Murphy's reasons for declaring for Cleveland, recalling'how bitterly Tam n*ny had fought him In 1884 and again I?? 1892. Murphy only continued to pro tost that ho was for the nomination of Cleveland. , I "Murphy was for th'e nomination, of ' Gorman. ? know this. I know that he and Gorman and Guffey, of Pennsyl? vania, were in .conference three?times In the course.'of a.month preceding, the'St. Louis convention, and that each time the subject of the conference was the candi? dacy of Mr. Gorman, and the means of furthering his interest. Mr. Gorman was a candidate up to the time of the assem? bling of tho convention. He did not go ,to the convention, for the reason that }je thought, or at least hoped, his name would be presented. His son went, and as soon as he arrived began,. with Mur? phy's aid, to solidify tho opposition to Judge Parker. In this ho was success? ful. He and those working with him found that they could get''several more than one-third of the delegates. But when they had done this, they discovered that Gorman would not be nominated, and that the Parker forces,, and a suffi? cient" number ?f tho anti-Parker dele? gates, would go to Cleveland to insure his nomination. * "Young Gorman wired his father : that tho defeat Of Parker meant Cleveland, and the father-wired back.to take Parker, Never be deceived Into believing Murphy wanted Cleveland or that Gorman wanted him'? I believe Murphy would rather have had Parker." The real choleo \of Murphy has never before been published. He has said he" would see to it that New York city gives Parker as great a majority as it gave George B, McClellan for the mayoralty last fnll. BACK ON HIS ? ' PEDESTAL AGAIN Thomas Jefferson? Arrives? in St. Louis Safe and Sound. I (Spedai to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.) . VIRGINIA BUILDING, WORLD ? FAIR ST. LOUIS, MO., July , 12.?The statue of Thomas Jefferson and the fur? niture, ?hipped from University of Vir? ginio ?a wed In the Virginia build? ing was received tp-dny, much to the roller of the communion, and those:In charge of the building. Quito a numher of Virginians nro seen among the visitors. Those who registered at The Tlmes-Tpispatch bureau ? to-day aro'W F. -Douglas, Hanover" county; Elizabeth Fousshia McCprmlck,-Winches? ter Evelyn Pago Merlweather, Clnrko county: Susan H? Saundors and Mr?. Cathbort Ollham, Evington; Mrs. M. 0. Avallare, University. \of Virginia: Ml?? Jano T. Ambler, Humo; Claudia B, Htlh hng. Marklmm; U M. C? Connoll. Arllng-, ton? George J. Bttononmn, Columbia; Dr. George 13. Adam?, University of Vir? ginia; W. M. Henld and, 13. M. Daniel, Lyndiburg: August Boehling, Herman Boohllug. J. ?J? Bobbin, Goorgo >V, Roh, Mn and Mrs. Joe Huilier,. Richmond; Mr. niel Mrs, W. L.. Andipwa, Ronnoko; T. M. IJarwopd. Lynchburg; Mr. und, Mr?. William lSubaiik, Bedford City; Mrs. J. K,.- Crlitondon. Culpepct,?; Viola Lcterman, (?linrlottesvlllo; J. AV. Boston,'Richmond; Mr?. ?. H. Goodln and Daisy M,' Gilbert, Rounoko; ?ohetaVico MitcheJl und Ger? trude G. Mitchell, Rndfoid; Horrill M Mllkr, Murtlnsvllle; ?. ?. Anderson. L?x Ingron; J. A. Failtnn, Htauntnn, and Mrs. John a. P.avi?t U.Qiv?jre?ty, of .Virginia, 'STARTED FIRE TO HIDE CRIME Two Men Brutally Murdered in Brooklyn?Arrests ' Made. ." (By Associated Press.) NEW YORK, July 32.?The dead bodies of George F. Abbott, an aged junk dealer, nnd his handyman, Frederick Van Bus kirk, were found to-day in Abbott's' junk shop, in Chapel Alloy, . Brooklyn, by liremen called to the building to put out a firn supposed to havo been of JnCen dlary origin. XThe nien 'evidently were murdered and the police' have arrested Charles Victor Johnson, twenty-sevep years old, and Op tar Dahlgren, twenty-eight years old, both of Brooklyn, on suspicion of having knowledge of the crime. There was a bullet hole in Van Busklrk's head at tho left temple, and a similar wound In Ab? bott's skull, Abbott had been beaten on the head with some heavy Instrument un, li1 his brain protruded. IT? had been tied, hand and foot, around the throat with a rope taken from on? of hi? own 'junk piles. His straw hat had been placed over his face, and a half bushel basket had been pushed down over his. biidy, Tho floor of tho Junk shop was covered with bLood.' '' The . murdered Junk do'aler was aceus? ,tnm?d .to carry considerable cash about with lilm', and this faot was well Known in the neighborhood. " Dahlgren has admitted that whin John con, got out. of? Jail two weoks ago, he threatened to get even with Abbott, who had him sent there on a charge of petit Jarcenv., . ? GREAT ARMY SAID TO HAVE BEEN WIPED OUT I ,-_ ? Reported That 30,000 Japanese Were Slain NO CONFIRMATION OF STATEMENT Details Are "Meagre and Rumors May be .A^ild Exag- ; gerations. ROAR OF GUNS NOW HEARD IN EVERY DIRECTION Oku Pushes On, Driving the Russians Before Him?Pos? sible Complications' With i Great Britain ? Baltic Squadron Again Be? ing Talked of. By Paul r|iambeth. (Special Cable to The Times?Dispatch. Copyright 1904.) DONDON, July 12;?Definite news is anxiously awaited, from the Tar East. Reports from various.sources reach hero that there Is hard fighting above Dlao Yang; , that, the 'Japanese . have taken Yinkow, and, that-there have been des? perate engagement? both on land and sea about Port Arthur. . ?While these reports lack offIgial con? firmation, they .come'from sources which hitherto have been found reliable*. .Less credible is a story ?'whroh/ comes from; Mukden to'the effect that a crushing defeat has been inflicted on the Japanese about Port" Arthur,? and that 30,000 of them have been; Jellied or wounded. According to Um' ? Port Arthur Novi kral of'?July ,7thi?;.?'copy of which was received'-at.CTie'.Foo the.day before yes? terday, the Russian scouts had . discov? ered that the attacking.'force? was "not less than 30,000 men;'* while .Chinese in? formants put: the'.:number at 60,000." Tf lhe.:ROesian :ecoift?jwere? cprrect and .the Mukd?n cbrreepohaent's dispatch is true,, It would ?; mean/ :tlj?refore? ,? that- Cener?i N odsu'ii,; Investing ?o?m'y<l[a? .>be*i3?. ?"ini-, h Hated, or, on the basis ' of ' the : ' Chinese information,/ that Half- : of th?' Japanese? army; has' been'.wiped oui?. One feature of the-'*ituatIon, which is; causing uneasiness here,' 1b the holding' up and searching of British ships in the ?Red Sea by armed auxiliary cruisers of the Russian volunteer fleet.: These ves? sels were - permitted to pass out of the Red Sea, and should they continue in their 'present course, it may call- forth a vigorous protest from the British gov? ernment. '.? . There have 'been, hints In diplomatic circles' that negotiations, are In progress which?.,may, bring about peace, but it is generally believed that such talk is', as yet premature. Japan, it is believed, Is willing - to hear peace proposals, but Russia Is not. ' The 'Baltic squadron . is again being talked of, and the dato now set for its departure is about August 1st. . It will, it is said, mafce at once for Vladivostok, and if it succeeds in Joining with the squadron there a combined attack will be made on Togo, which Russian naval au? thorities believe will wipe Japan from the sea. British naval experts doubt the possibility of its getting to Vladivostok or of its beating Togo if it should ac? complish that task. ? *. FROM ST? PETERSBURG. What the Russian Correspond? ent Says of the Reported Slaughter. ...(By Associated Press.) ' ST. PETERSBURG^? July 12.?A dis? patch from a Russian correspondent at (Continued on Second Page,) A NEGRO PRISONER MANUFACTURES KEY How a Burglar Escaped . From the Jail at Orange . County, (Special to The Times-Dispatch.) ORANGE, VA., . July 12.?The negro who broke Into tho Jewelry store here and was In Jail awaiting trial, made his escape 'sometime during the night Satur? day. He made a key out of sheet-Iron ? and unlocked the ,cage door, in which he was kept and (hen took a blanket and tied one end of It to the Iron bar In the outside window and let himself, down. H? bas not been heard of since. Mr, J. D. Kennon, a farmer, near this place, had four young cows, two hogs and one mulo killed by lightning during the severe,thunder storm which passed over this section Saturday night, (_ The 18 advertisement! (or help pub? llshod. in to-day's Tlinos-JJieyaOoh ou page 8 aro ?s followh: 3 Domestica. 7 Salesmen, 1 Trade, 2 Office Help, ; 5 Miscellaneous. This not only interest? tho?? out of work, but those desiring to improve their poaltlon? aa w?U, The Field "of-the Death Grapple in Manchuria. The Picture is that of ?ku, Now Hard Upon M????M the Heels of Kuropatkin. BE MERGED 'Metropolitan. and Richmond Trust arid. Safe Deposit Comr , pany'in Close Relations. Richmond is about to see a merger in financial ?circles , which -will result?? Mm bringing ' together the Metropolitan Bank and the Richmond Trust and Safe Deposit' Company,' , ; It is understood that'th? directors of both institutions have expressed ' them-, selves as being In .accord with the-con-* ?olidation, and it has been decided to have a called meeting for t??fe Joint con? sideration of the stockholders of both' concern?, , for the ratification of ' the amendment of their charters, which has been proposed by the respective boards of directors. The stockholders of the Metropolitan Bank will meet in the office of that com? pany on July 23st at? U o'clock.vnnd th>; meeting of the stockholders of the'RIch moiid Trust and Safe Deposit Company will be held In the office of that comr. pany at 12" o'clock on the same day. ' It is regarded as:-practically certain, that the ratification will; bo made rind that the consolidation will thereby- be. effected. Preparatory to tho extension of It? general banking operation?, the trust company ha? recently associated Mr. T. K. Sands, formerly cashier of tho National Bank of Virginia, with it'ns vice-president arid ' director. INACCOMAC Saturday Night RoWj in Which One Man is'. Killed, Three AVounded and One Beaten ?Special to The Times-Dispatch,) ONANCOCK, ?., July 12.?Last Sat? urday-night, Luther Trader, was 'fatally shot and ."Dink" . Sterling, Samuel Trader and a German mill hand, name unknown, were wounded by bullets, and Thomas Smith was badly beaten. i Luther Traderl'dled early Sunday morn? ing. Tho shots were fired by Thomas Smith and Samuel Trader, "Dink" Sterling was struck over tho heart, the bullet Btrlk-. ing "a rib and glancing around the body, being cut out at the back, Samuel Trader was shot in the fore? head and nlso through an elbow. The, mill hand,, who? Was a spectator, got a bullet In tho hip. Tho troublo occurred about 0 o'clock, and was started by'Samuel Trader strik? ing Smith wltH ^the spok? of a cart wheel.. Smith Is a son-in-law of Suniuel Trader. There has been bad blood be Uveon the men for several years. The fight between the two men resulted in both drawing revolvers and firing until ther weapons were empty, Tho bullet that klled Luther Tender struck him in the stomach. MASURIER WINS WITH GREAT EASE His Ordinance Now Awaits .Only the Mayor's Sig? nature. The Board of Aldermen last night by a vote of 17 to 0 adopted the Masurler or? dinance to prevent "pernicious political activity" on tho part of city officials, iniul.lt now only lacks the approval of III? Honor, the Mayor, which it will sure? ly got, In order, to hecomo a law. The effect of Hi? ordinance will bn a general shaking up in the City Com? mittee, and In the present constitution of the olty election machinery, aft'there uro many city employe? on tho commit? tee and holding position? as Judge? and clerk? of election. Tho Ordinance bo comes operative on September 1st, and tho?e affected by U? provision? go out without any forninl'action on, their part, ?Imply by'Ylrtuo of It? passage. Tho ordinance wont through the lower branch at the lust meeting of that body without a dissenting voice,, and Captain Masurler I? being congratulated warm? ly on h Ik successful battle. The vadanole? of Judge? nnd clerks of election, occasioned by the ordinance, Will have "to ho filled before (he fall elections, and those on I ho City Com-? mlttee will likely he taken up at the flret meeting in September. BRAKEMAN MARTIN'S INJURIES FATAL Fell From Box .Car arid Was Crushed?Lived Only About Twelve Hours. While braking on the yards cif the Kldhmond, Fredericksburg and Potomac Railroad, on Monday night, Charles Mar-? tin fell from a box enr and sustained In? juries, which resulted in his death. Martin was In the act of taking tho htHke off hi? car, the train being at n. standstill. Slipping In ?omo way, he fell between tho car?, and his body was crushed, together with several ribs. Dr, J. M. Wlnfree, tho company's sur? geon, Was summoned and found tho man to be In a serious condition, hn being In? jured Internally. Ho was taken to his Ironio and romulned conscious up to the hour of hi? death, which occurred at 13:30 yesterday afternoon. ? Mr. Martin lived at No, 1300 Weht Mar-' stall, ana i? survived, by ? wife and one smalt child. II? was In the twenty fifth year of his age, ? Tho .funami will take place this after? noon at f> o'clork from Pinu Street Hap. list Church. STEAMErT^RlVES~W?TH HER ENGINES DISABLED (JBy Associated Press). HOTTWROAM, July 12,-The French steamer Trlgnae, .'CaptaIn polln, from New York and Norfolk, tor Ulla j>ort, hau arrived at Maasehuui, eleven m 11rs west o? RoUeiJam, tifiti) her englua cUubkd, ~4 'S Two Colored Women and Well - Known White Man Slain. TERRIFIC WIND-STORM Trees- Mutilated and Fences Prostrated by the Tor? tuous Blasts. The heavy downpour of rain yesterday 'afternoon early,. and at Intervals during the afternoon and evening, was but a repetition of tho unusual ''precipitation of Monday,? vvfien the water fell In sheets',.' vertically, horizontally, diagonally and in every other known way. Both day's ruin fall was accompanied by oloctrlc dis-; turbances of unusual severity; and on' Monday nftonioon hall fell freely'In the western portion of the city, and to some extent over-a wider area. The combined precipitation for tho two days was re? markably heavy, and overflowed the gutters and?the, sowers, and, In some cases, inundated lowlying portions of the city. Tho rains were what are provln cUilly known as "gully-washers," and In ninny cases . have damaged unpaved streets and ronds scvorely. ; Tho remarkable? feature of the storms of yesterday and Monday and of the past, week has been, the number of per? sons and of buildings struck by lightning. A ?umber of fatalities from thunderbolts have been reported from Virginia and North Carolina, and In this city several' house? and trees have been struck and, damaged or s|intiered by the deadly light. nlng.H. Reports from many sections have not yet. been received, and when the full returns of tho damage, by the storm of yesterday are hi it will be found that? oven .mor?.damage.?inel probably other fatalities havo '.occurred. Colored Woman Stricken, On . Monday afternoon, near the farm of James Moore, near Garysville; Prince Georg/o county, while Esther Jones, a colored woman, accompanied, by several other persons, was resuming work In the fields after the rain, a thunderbolt from an apparently distant cloud struck the woman, killing her almost. immediately. Three other negroes and a white man were shocked and severely injured by the samo bolt, , A young man named Ola renco Ware was struck and killed by lightning lust week near Knndidge's', In Amhersi county, Ito was' engaged In plowing,'Whun the storm rame up, and In'seeking; refuge from the rain he and his horse were both struck by the electric fluid and killed. Well Known Danville Man Tho following special from Th? Times. Dispatch correspondent at Danville yes. tardai? tells of a fatality from lightning near that city nn Monday afternoon, of which u well known Danvlll? man was the victim: "During the storni that passed ovar ibi? section yesterday Mr. John Ware.-'waif ? struck by lightning while at work, on ihn plantation of Mr. W. li. Hodges, et Gatfc? wood. "N. ('., and Instantly killed. "Mr. Ware was struck in the forehead, and the electric fluid ran down hi? breast to the heart and on down both limb*1, His sime* were split In two, and (Jeith, was ' instantaneous. None of the- farm ? ?*ikU vyha wa? wijh bint E??? ?titlojulj ?