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SNAPPY BALL BY SPAULDING Enabled the Locals to De feat St. Albans High School, 4 to 2 TOMASI STRONG AT ALL TIMES Sector Had a Bad Day in the Field, but Otherwise To masi Was Well Supported For the second time this season Spauld ing high school defeated St. Alba.ns high school at baseball, both games being close and interesting and the second being won ; by a score of 4 to 2 at Lincoln campus yesterday afternoon, ; The weather was superb and both teams played excellent ball with the exception of one man on each team. . ' ' Preston, who was playing third base for the visitors and Sector, who was playing shortstop for the home team both had their day clouded with errors The former seemed unablo to locate first base during the first part of the game and made two wild throws, allowing the man to be safe in each instance. Later he judged the throws better and was credited with three nice assists. Sector's errors were not wild throws; they were cases where he let the ball slip through his hands on ground hits. Two were bad errors, but the third was not as much his fault as were his first two, as the ball took a big bound as it reached him and he was unsuccessful in handling it. But at bat he rather made up for his tielHing by banging out three hits out of four ! times up. I Pitcher Tomasi crowned liimself with glory at yesterday's game in his posi tion in the box by holding his opponent well in hand. Jveither run that the fct. Albans team scored would have been marked down if it hadn't teen for Sec tor's errors. Only two hits were count ed against him. The Urst one was i double and was smashed out by the first man .that faced him in th first inning, This did not scare him, for not another ' safe one was made until the fifth, when single was placed just over the second baseman 8 head. Other raps that were knocked out against him could not oe counted, as the team behind him were also working like leaguers. Several drives were pounded out but all were well handled by the tien in the field. Several catches were made in the outfield that were very well done. Not only .were the Span!. ling men working well in the field but also the St. Albans men did themselves credit. Kight hits were marked down against Roach, the visitor's pitcher, but these were a well placed singles with the exception of the first hit of Tomasi's, which scored three runs and gave him third base. The two-bagger by Corrigan in the rery beginning of the game made things look as if it would be a walk-away for the visitors. Hut Tomasi tightened at once. Roach grounded out and Preston flied out. Kevins came up with a little grounder that Sector let slip by and Cor rigan scored. Two passed twll by Hook er let Xevin take third, but he stopped there when Nieburg struck out. ' It was in the filth that Sector lot an other pet by him and I'atterson was al lowed first base. He stole second and when Sullivan came in with a single just over Rirviarelli's head between first anu second base he scored. In this way only two runs were made. All of the Spaulding team's scores rame together in the third inning. liic ciarelli gained flrt when Preston threw wild to first. Kidder sacrificed him to second. Smith got hit with a pitched ball ami Hooker lxt out an infield bit. With three men on. Sector bunted and all were safe all around, Rirviarelli aeoring. At this opportune time, the bases all tilled. Tomasi binged the pill for a triple, sending it into left field. By trying to stretch it into home run be was bare ly caught on home plate, making three out. In the fifth, Spaulding bad a chance to ore and would hare if it hadn't have hen for poor hae running. There were two out and Swtnr and Tomasi arre on bases, (iordon hit and got firt but tried to navigate to seeond, but Tomasi wa there. Kna.li threw the Itall to firt. get ting Gordon off. Sector eemed bent on -oring and it waa a t" up for a arbib to K-e which would be put out. . At lt Sector aa en dipping for home and a pretty throw from Nw'burg to Neyine at borne jnt kept bun from eeoring. The liiM-up and aummary: SpauMing High Si hoot. SEVERE RHEUMATIC PAINS DISAPPEAR Rheumatism depends on an acid In the blood, which affects tnn muscles ana joints, producing inflammation, stiffness and pain. This acid gets into tho blood through some defect in tho digestive process. Hood's Sarsaparilla, the old-time blood tonic, is very successful in the treatment of rlieuinatimn. It acts directly, with purifying effect, on the blood, and im proves the digestion. Don't suffer. Oct Hood's to-day. Ad vt. last night. This afternoon they line up against the Montpelier high school team alt Intercity park. The time of the game was in some con trast from their first one with the same team. At St. Albans the time of play was over three hours in length and yes terday the game lasted just one hour and 20 minutes. In the second inning Kidder made a sensational catch in right field, bringing a cheer from the spectators, and in the other half of the same inning, Wood, the visitors right fielder, did nearly the same thing. , . The presence of ropes to hold back the rowd from the base lines was a good mi provement to the held.- ext some benches, please. ' w w w This victory is the sixth straight for the Spaulding nine. Let the Spaulding boys make the game this afternoon with the St. Johnsbury team the seventh straight. POWERLESS BEFORE VITTY 1,282 GERMANS SAVED BY BRITISH SAILORS NATION TO RULE LABOR Montpelier Seminary Bat ters Could Do Little with St. Johnsbury Pitcher Compulsory Service at Home for Great Britain Crewt of German Warships Lost in Action Wero Rescued Germans Have CSected Few Rescues. London, June fl. Of the crew of Ger man warships lost in action, 1282 mem btr were rescued from the water by British bailors. In addition, about 40 who were picked un by the British sub' marine K-4 in the North sea last August were given boats, provisions and a com pass in order to proceed to Heligoland, as they could not be taken on board. When tho Mainz was sunk in the first NEEDED TO ,irttl, A 41... QCO 1 . n . ,.M wi war, ooo vji I memo ncie s-i-im v w w vmv picked tip, and 283 wero rescued from the U&l MUJNlllUJNb Kluecher in the action off Doggcrbank. I his list includes only the rescues made bv the British warahina enlaced and Some Costly Errors by M. S. M cases where the crew, were aved kyorkers to Win or Lose the "J ww.am. a UK.UIID DEFEATED BY SCORE OF 8 TO 2 YESTERDAY Figured in the Scoring The complaint has long been made that Germans made no effort to rescue the British sailors in the Falkland is land battle. Altogether only one officer and 12 men, who belong to the destroyer Crusader, have been taken from the sea War, Says Lloyd George "TIM" HURST STRIKES OUT. Major League Umpire and Sporting Man Dies Suddenly at Pottsville, Pa. Pottsville, Pa., June 5. "Tim" Hurst the former major league baseball um pire, died suddenly at , the home of i friend in Minersvillc yesterday, from an attack of indigestion. He was 54 years old. Hurst was one of the best known sporting characters in the country. He entered baseball in one of the cities of the Southern league 33 years ago, it is said, when he was a spectator at a game which was to decide the pennant. The regular umpire quit under fire, and Hurst volunteered to take his place. In the final inning he called a home player out at the plate, with what would have been the tying run, at the same time drawing a pistol. Jot a move was made toward him. Later he was appointed an umpire in the .National league. Hurst was known as a wit and for his ever-read iness to protect himself against attack. In his younger days, Hurst was engaged in the real estate business in Far Rockaway, N. Y. Entirely at sea before the bewildering; an(j nlade priBOner8 by the Germans. Six shoots of itty, tho clever St. Johnsbury officers and 7tt men from the destroyer uuuuemy iwiim, 4uuiii".uc. UMrt were captUred, but they were was defeated on the Montpelier campus rowin, jn their own bofttg after their yemeraay aneruoon o iu a. i no hmwio vessel waa sunk. pounaea xunra tiara, especially in tne Liverpool, June 5. England's fate rests with her laboring classes, David Lloyd George, new minister of munitions, de clared yesterday afternoon in an address to the organized battalions of longshore men here. "There was never a war in history in MISSING GIRL IN RAID Xf If labor does not pull with the govern- FATHER RESCUES fourth and sixth innings, when they ac cumulated all but one of their tallies, Hay, who succeeded him, was effective, holding St. Johnsbury to two hits, one a double by Gallagher, but the eighth tally came on some fast base running by Gal lagher, who secured first on a fielder's Ellsworth Fields, 17-years-old Boy, Ac- ment, then the whole machine is clogged choice and some slow fielding by Uray In COUNTESS TARNOVSKY FREE. Sentenced in 1910 to Eight Years' Im prisonment, She is Pardoned. Milan, June 5. Countess Tsrnovsky, sentenced in May, 1!)W, to eipht years' imprisonment for complicity in the mur der of fount Kamarowsky at Venice, in November, IUU, has been pardoned and released. The trial of the countess, with Dr. N'aumon and Attorney Prilukoff, accused of complicity with her in the crime, was one of the most remarkable in the crim inal annals of Italy. All three were found guilty. The trial which lasted nearly one hundred days, was attended by many representatives to the aristoc racy. The countess, whose beauty and manner won the sympathy of Venetians, was accused of causing the jealous youth Naumoff, to journey from Vienna to Venice and kill the count. The Moscow lawyer, Prilukoff, was indicted for fol- owing Naumoff to Venice with the in tention of killing him after the count's murder. Both charged the countess with being responaible for the plot, and each asserted she had promised to marry bim after the count was out of tle way. Count Kama row .ky insured his life for flO.nrm in favor of the countess in l!"7, and went with ber to Vienna after he had promiaed to marry her. center field. The hitting of Gallagher was the fea ture of a rather slow game, the sturci. first sacker making four bits out of Qvel trips to the plate, and he was robbed of a homer in the seventh, when the "umps cused of Posing as Her Husband. and demoralized." Lloyd George attributed the Russian defeat at Przemysl and in the wholu Galician campaign directly to the allies' lack of ammunition. He repeated the statement he made Thursday night at Southampton, N. Y., June B. Ells' worth Fields, 17 years old, of Sag Har bor, was arrested here Thursday night Manchester that it misfit be necessary declared the ball hit along the first base alter an irate father had stormed a for the government to use compulsion in line a foul. Except for the sixth inning, house and taken away his daughter, whol pressing the manufacture of munitions of when the locals crossed the rubber twice, had been missing from home since wed- war, Vitty was unhittable. The locals tallied nesday. on two hits and two errors, one by Vit-1 Evelyn Bishop, 14 years old, daughter ty, . Oliver Bishop of Greenpoint, is the The runs were scored like this: After girl, bhe went to Sag Harbor on wed Mi'Sweeney had been retired on strikes nesday and on the next day came to in the fourth, Pearl singled and advanced Southampton, where she met fields. on Gallagher's hit. Ricker sacrificed pret-1 A brother of Fields is employed at Warsaw Papers Smuggled Into Lodx Say 100,000 JEWS ARE HOMELESS tily, Pearl scoring. Vitty then came the local electric light works and Fields, through with a third hit, scoring Oal- it is charged, took the girl to him and lagher. Two more binglcs by Clark and introduced her as his wife. The elder Taylor were responsible for the thir Fields took them home to dinner with core. ' him and gave them a room for the In the sixth Gallagher singled and stole nisht. second. Kicker was passed and both run- Mr, Bishop had been seeking bis ners advanced a sack on A passed ball, daughter, and havinir obtained a clue Vitty sent a line drive to center which camo here with Constable Morris Conkin. the Number Behind the Russian Lines Is Increasing Daily. Lodz, Russian Poland, June 5. War saw newspapers which have been smug gled through the lines say that the num ber of homeless Jews on the Russian side is increasing steadily. At a conference Moscow recently of the Jewish Aid oray muffed and two run. came across The clue jnvolvfd the Fie!ds nd ---- - "V . " ' tne piate v nty reacnea tmra and motm vith the aid of the police hia brother f he homelM a moment latr on another passed ba l.L. Jmlnd. The parti arr5Ted t mid. M , homeless persons is about liaaiocK ana his pitcner were seemingly ;,!,. .ro... th hmiPholH 1, ii. rr..,i. A 1 1 " uvbdiii cat-u uiuri, injmi biiiictu kiiu went to second on a passed -ball. On an error by Hay at third after Salmon had been retired at first, Taylor scored. The visitors' eighth runame in the ninth aa Used By Germans for the First Time in MACEDONIAN PHALANX told above. The seminary scored in the sixth, an error paving the way for the first run. Salmon fumbled Gray's drive and then threw wild to first, Gray taking second. Pike hit safely, the second hit off Vitty, Cray going to third. YV'albridge went out on a fly to Clark, but the latter threw wild to third to catch Gray and he scored This War in Advance on Russia. 100,000, The greatest distress prevails among the homeless in the government of Loni tj. numbering about 22.000. Thus far it has been almost impossible to give them substantial assistance. At the Moscow conference it was decided to appeal to Jews throughout Russia for aid, and Petrograd, June 5. For the first time plan was discussed for taxing wealthy in this war, tne uermans in tneir latest "r " orut-n oi iu nuurrcri. advance into Russian territory, have adopted a new tactical formation for at tack. The new formation is likened by miJi.tary experts here to the Macedonian phalanx with this difference, that it is ANTI-AMERICAN RIOTS ENDED. Bell drove a safety to center and Pike composed, not of individuals, but of di danced to the plate. The seminary went visions ana army corps out in order in the last three innings and n fact in seven of the nine frames. The summary: .St. Johnsbury Academy. With Government Announcement of In ternment. London, June 5. With the govern ments announcement that enemy aliens in Great Britain would be either interned or repatriated, all anti-German rioting TO SUPREME COURT. Steel Suit Likely to Go to That Tribu nal Washington. I). C June .V The full opininn of the federal court deciding gint the government in the Steel cor mraton suit a laid yesterday before Attorney Onrral (Jregory. who rxamined it brii fly befme going to the cabinet niwtmir. While omi-ial of the department of jn.tie would nt say nbcther an appeal onM ! tnkrn, it waa generally ex pctd that it would he carried to the Mtpreme court. Salmon, ss McSweeney, rf Pearl. If Gallagher, lb . . Ricker, c Kiitke, e Vitty, p (lark. 2b Taylor, 3b Kawkenson, rf W'orden, rf .... Totals ab .3 . S . 5 . 5 . 3 . 0 . 4 . 4 . 4 . 2 . 0 h po 0 1 0 2 1 0 4 0 0 10 0 0 1 3 I 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 35 8 10 27 8 4 Montpelier Seminary. ab r b po Walbridge, lb 4 0 0 10 Pell, ss 4 0 1 0 lUdlo,k, e 4 0 0 4 Parker. 2b 4 O O 5 Hay. 3b, p 4 0 0 2 Paird, p. 3b 3 0 I 3 Hatch. If 3 0 0 2 firay, rf 3 I 0 0 Pike, rf 3 1 I I Totals 32 2 3 27 U Two-base hitGallagher. Saciifice hit Ricker. Stolen haaea Gallagher .I.Sal mon. l'awd balls Hadlmk 3. Hit bv pitrher Kankenaon, Salmon. Hits Off Hay 2 (3 innings). Bates on balla Off Bai'rd 2. Struck out By Vitty 10. by Haird 4. by Hay 3. Double play Val bridge (unaiteai. Tim Two hours, t'mpire -Cullct. This phalanx, in the advance from Cra cow, moved along the line of the Gorliee- .Taatn.T?r.prnfT railurar. and itiiOiirlp.t Hi . .. - - . I ... 1 j 1 1,. a l I- 11: . -. . : , full army corps, of which five, forming Bl"n"u "u ul-": "i'u the main afrikimr bead, were nicked turned itself to other matters. un tne troops withdrawn specially for the pur- Publi clamor thus sidetracked, the gov noae from the French front. eminent likewise quickly turned to oth - ... I .4 - , . - J . . I The phalanx was superabundantly pro- " macwra, ana aurr aay or io me vide.d with artillery, including large sudden acceleration in the internment of number of heavy batteries. The latter aliens slackened. were also in many cases brought across The military authorities are naturally Germany from the French front. For reluctant to have thrust upon them sud example, 24 battalions of the Prussian denly and large number of internment CHANCE FOR TURC0S. b r b po a ; -mith. Sb J 1 I I cV ! HonVrr, t 3 I 1 it ' wtor. 4 1 3 1 13 ; lertasi, p 4 2 O 3 j Cnr n. f 4 r 1 .1 H oilirrr. 1H 2 l vl lctn. If 3 I 1 o ' tf.srHi. Th 3 I 3 O KiddT rf 2 O 3 n j Total. ? 4 T! S 31 St. A:. H tb V ,nrA. , ; ab t It po a , farriran. If 4 I 1 I , Url, ft 3 O t 4 ?,S n o l 3 l ' N. s a i -hTf . 1h.. ....... .4 f 2 ! Vin, ? .4 a l o j fa t 1 I 1 o ' H j a ; ci ft .! a it. c f 3 t I l Tta', si ; ? ?i i; tu' ' r ft 4 r M . $ 4 Vto-M I . ! l f . TV b t t Ti. T haw I. t NATIONAL LEAGUE Yu'etdsy'a Garnet. At Pitthurg-P,n.klyn . Pitts burg 2. .t St. 1-omi" St. 1oui 1. Cin cinnati 1. I May STASDING OF THE tttJBS na m Prt. j ii..-af.i . 2-1 l ;m ! Pl,.l.!i.,.a 21 1 .Si '.mr,l.h . 21 1 J.2T, ! n.-t.. it j ; . I,. 21 21 1 f.n.i.i'r ! 20 .47 ! .o iBiati I .4 I Vwk 1 l -4:.7 I Be Utilised ia Hotels and Ret- taursati After War. Peria, June R. The "lureo." who likes fa Utter to be called by Ins prop ti tle of "Algerian Rifleman," will" nave a new rrrr opined up ia bim after the ar. It baa hava mpoaed to utilirp tb Kabjiea of the Atlas r-(ron of Al geria to make tip for the U k of hotel, rtamant and rafe employe. Tliey are iiick to K'srn, are eblvr. (k-aa. dis- jruard corps had with them 40 batteries half of which were of heavy calibre. This ancient battle formation, newly applied in modern war, had naturally a tremendous driving force, but it was de prived of any great possibilities of tae tical movement by the fact that it was chained to a line of railway, whereby alone it could maintain its supplies and munitions in the quantities required by such a huge concentration. The rate of movement of the phalanx in a forward direction cannot have ex ceeded four miles a day, in the opinion of Russian experts. But its momentum waa irresistible, and it was this phalanx formation which forced the crossing of the San river at Lerachow. It was as sisted by an immense flotilla of aeroplane. The Germans, In withdrawing many of their beat troops from tli Flench front, fillpd the gapa neccaarily left there, with overpowering technical superiority. Thus here the Germans find themselves op posed by a thousand men and two ma-' chine guns, they post J0 men and '."O machine gima. confident that by continu Ing on the defensive with an extended use of the techniral adiunrta of warfare they can safely withdraw thir beat troop for temporary aorrice clowhere. Colonel Colomon-'fT, the best known nepaner military eipert in Petrograd. diamaae the French poaition la bis lat et artkle. preannre from two side, be aaya, i an elementary priwirde of men tion of warfare. In the fipMinj of the present month, the Rnien hae drawn npoa thema-Iea rn"tmmii diiwni of first grade German tmopa withdraw from the west fr t. Naturally tbe Fretw-b bare tried to reply ly putting oed en- d frer. cases than ran be handled easily in the ramps already established, and there has been no move to develop mushroom ramps which would soon have to be con demned aa unfit. It is also regarded as unwise to permit anything in the nature of overcrowding at camps already in ex istence. No steps are to be taken to charter additional vessels for purposes of alien internment. So the actus! fulfillment of the gov ernment' promise to intern or repatriate all enemy aliens is likely to be realized only after considerable delay. Suth alicne a surrender for internment are disponed of as rapidly as possible, but there has not been any combing of the high ways, and only in exceptional rases have known German or Austrians been call ed upon to giva themselves up. A number of men and women who are within tbe possible scope of the intern ment order are being Hoalt Get Under a Panama! flf Pretty soon the really hot days will be here, and then you'll sweat and fume even under the best of conditions. 1$ If you want to keep your head cool every minute of the day wear one of our cool, light Panama Hats. 9 Light as a feather, stylish as the style man can make them and inexpensive, too. 9 Try one on you'll buy it. Moore & Owens BARRE'S LEADING CLOTHIERS . Barre, Vermont FORD MOTOR CO. CAPI TAL NOW $100,000,000 Increased from $2,000,000 Stock Divi dend of $48,000,000 Declared Also a Cash Dividend Not Made Public. Detroit, Mich., June 5. The Ford Mo tor Co. announced yesterday that it had increased its authorized capital stock from $2,000,000 to $100,000,000 and had declared a stock dividend of $48,000,000, payable July 1. A cash dividend was declared on the original authorized stock of $2,000,000, but the amount was not made 'public. Last year the distribution was $10,000,- 000, or 500 per cent, on the old capitali zation of $2,000,000. The huge melon being cut is shared by eight stockholders, these being Henry Ford, president, who holds 5S'a per cent. of the stock; James Couzens, vice-presi- nt and treasurer, John r. and Horace E. Dodge, Horace II. Rack ham, John V. Anderson, David Gray, and R. V. Coux-ens. The stock dividend increases the hold ings of Henry Ford, president of the company, by $27,840,000. The stock increase brings the issued capital stock of the concern to a valua tion of $."0,000,000. The remaining $50, 000,000, it was announced, will remain n the company a treasury "to be uwd as conditions demand in tne future. In Autrust, 300,000 owners of Ford cars win receive a snare 01 tne com nany's profits in the for in of rebates aggregating $15,000,000. ping twenty or thirty bombs. Consider ing that we carried all' the' regulation lights we were lucky not to bo hit. "Soon after sun-up, ' having lost the Zeppelin in tho haze, we sighted a sub marine half a mil away. She gave chase, but we sent every man to the stokehold and steered a zigzag course, so that the submarine quit the pursuit after half an hour's hard work. "It was a little later in the same day that an aeroplane favored us. She cir cled overhead several times and dropped two bombs, but her ammunition was evidently scarce, and she didn't stay with us long. Neither bomb came closo to us." VIENNA SEES STILL GREATER VICTORY SURVIVED TRIPLE ATTTACK. Ship Escaped Zeppelin, Submarine and an Aeroplane. Rotterdam, June 5. After being st acked inauocession by a Zeppelin, a 1 1 raw marine, and a derman aeroplane, tne Cork Steamship company' ship Irstris reached thia port safely from Liverpool. There were more thrills packed into his short voyage than ever before be fell seamen." declared the captain on anding. "The first part of tbe trip aa uneventful, but a we neared the Dutch coast thing began to happen. irt rame a Zeppelin, whieh attacked Heavy Fighting Now Going On Along . . . the Entire Galician Front, It Is Reported. Austro-Hungarian Field Headquarters (via London), June o. According to in formation given out by the Austro-Hungarian military authorities to represen tatives of the press, heavy lighting is now in progress along virtually the en tire Galician front, and the general situ ation is very favorable to. the Austro- Oermans. A decisive conclusion to the entire Russian campaign in Galicia is in sight. ALASKAN VOLCANO STILL BUSY. Illiaman on West Shore of Cook Inlet Spout Fir Every Two Minutes. Seward, Alaska. June 5. Illiaman vol cano, on the west shore of Cook inlet, continues in eruption. Its activities were plainly visible last Tuesday to passen gers on the etramxhip Maripca, 0O miles diotaut. The snow had been melt ed from the upper portion of the peak. Smoke and flame bflrct from the crater at two-minute intervals, but no exnlo- a ions were besrd. ! BUI Gets Through. Riwton, June fi. The bill permitting railroad corporations to issue bonds or other evidence of indebtedness under a mortgage, uggei.tc3l by Governor Vlh after hi veto of the origins! New Ha ven railroad bill and drawn in conform ity with the Connecticut statutes, waa a before daybreak one morning, drop-jpascd by the legislature yesterday. emergency committee for the assistance j q They say every big family has a black sheepw Well that's the way of the world. Even among Diamond Tires there's about one out of every it b by the hundred that isn't just what it ought T thus far sought the aaaistance of tint committee have been mostly women, some of tbern Itritiah with (German bus hand. A number of them are people who were rendered bomelcs as the rr- Mister Squeegee !!I!!I!IliniliilIlini!!nill!!II!!IilIU!!!!!!IIiIIl Te.t a4 pobte. Eighty percent vi ito'i" f""?' !"" ' ""eak-bot-1, reataurant and rife employe. T 'aetnr tbem. Tut tr r.p. rr.c Kf.e tbe war were man. ' art.IWy. an1 IW .f ga Austnan. and Hungar-n. Tbev are,UliT! !' "r Wo don't iudp-e fimilies bv their ' ilt of rnt anti-tiermaa rioting. WIhh : JjJcJj sheep. r tbeae bomelraa one are riot immediately " required lor internment they are given We judge the black ShCP by their food and lo.3pu.gs in a buildinc pro ided - A. . .... ,v iS- hVW by tbe committee and under the nominal ' a ' " L-TT: aVn ia.oa of tbe police. I lhe het 50 Whefl Damon1 Tir I trouble we think more stroncV about rt be cause it comes from such a good family. But isn't It a wonderful record about one Diamond Tira ia rrery bnndrai a black Wp 0 not really derr-dyed black let's say it's aort c4 a dark gray abaca actoa"y. GRAFT WAS DETECTED. AnJ Supplies From United State Were Seat to Pro per Destinatioa Cairo. June Refure wlo mved at A 1 lamina from Jafa, atateH to i The difficulty is that Diamond Tires can only Fa.-a .rf ;rn-r-!tat.re w tbe vptian t..rtt- . crm a 1od4 Tra. . German Amern-aa mnmi at te via M.iof4OTr.Haoaw . . . . . . - i A I t . , "t I v. . M I mh mi r 11,1 tw imi fiuii tv r11 ir 1 ,,n Tbara'a Jm 1 I 1 . . J - I - I . . 1 I . 1. UUHf. Me tia! alaa " f tM-ral ex I f rna:'V l't r- law r .f Putll I !!!, 1 ;.-n I ' ? ranaf at a" .V--- AMERICAN LEACfE YeyfeTay' Gainea. St -4 Luaf 2. f Wit ! a. W t X'm an4'to a. n.!M 1. f..iau-'iM-rt -i"e4-5j. ia . -t Is X -m k-Itro't 3. ' k . sisr2G cr tfe cirss have Ho a no s.gna f,i r-ling the I'.oa aiana. MESEBVES RIGHTS Of rSESS. ier pew, for 1( rir.a a p.neTa llv itm rti 1 l.i-Ii-h and Amerwaa war, a well a the f 1 Unraage, tf"re eonung lie tm leara Fiw b. 1 n b botel tnea an4 mttve'T ft nt'-ring f lare are fwg a?tt tlie trade of tr!Jtr and otirfT rnit a rw1a n e--tt. la ewf"-rat"a witH tl-e tnirtf r'eV they be piMWd a band nm. anr r! H for world wide rrrmla- tu t,.a MTlh k riHnH fi til Vuim lr.w trt wrtS w.y V-wjT FeTW"". hrvVHr Hi the fa-l,K.i.abl ani Im Lnoaa t-lse-a wbe !',r" "",Tt , ye"'y r the wt-r are aWta 1rm !' p"pert f. onartera f tS rel,ef anm.ltew of J4 Lnon4 Jiraa La lliv em.tnbot-d by the Jew of tw in-tea i jt teti, r,ow more than 3 out r . j 2 ! . t JTT IT ' 4 I'- fm 1 ? M w rr- T 7 a J. ' t -t.f'Tt IT A' I i. . i-4 ? . 1 . ; i ... it : 4 t f - : a 1 V, M srd to ba rawary ""He M -rtmr eownaH that ' I ia bi ripinma IV etate f-njld wt mk a mm ar -n-t tHe a a na f.t- J! IAKD BA WITH 1IIU. ! V I 1 ad XerdttaTaea y Ceraaa. t ,,1, nAe. t v I I lAr. J-ne S fvm t irrf .Htw7t tt if tbe tH e! l atat wn ri ' .1' an net tS airAirg t ta nrv """t- rwwfwft t-t 11-'. 4 f-m tr farina awWanar'f. the t and pnTti-e "f r"fwt ftil rit Libel Case ia Cosued wst thamiMH Be ta a e Ea ter Eaerciael Oary Dafy. att1ifry t ons, June S Tb rr-ra-inal lx-t nut brought lr Mat Sftitr .'am- A. I'eaaV-y f ttna rrty arairt Wii'lnfa $. 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