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THE REPORT ON THE WAY
W ith It for Washington.
Summary or Ihe Court of Inquiry'« Ito-
Many Killed and Injured
Fire in Rutte.
Key West, March 24.—The United
Butte, Mont., March 23.—The Hale
Chicago, March 23.—A special to
J States court of inquiry into the loss of
house, a large three-story brick build
the Tribune from Washington says:
..OREGON. xhe Maine at last finished its laborious
M c M innville ..
ing on East Broadway, used as a lodg
Late last evening Secretary Long ad
work of investigation of the disaster
ing and boardingrhotise by miners in
mitted that a telegraphic summary of
for Copper River, Lost.
Should Exoite Ourselves.
and submitted its report to Rear-Ad-
the employ of the Anaconda Company,
the report of the court of inquiry had
¡niral Sieard. He pointed out some al
been received, and be also admitted
was entirely destroyed by fire, which
terations which he considered neces FORTY PASSENGERS AND CREW that Admiral Sieard had received the
WILL BE AN UNEQUAL CONTEST broke out shortly after 3 o’clock this
sary, and the report was taken to Wash
report last evening ami would forward
morning. So far as known, two inen
ington today by Lioutenant-Commander
it to Washington without delay. With
are dead from injuries in jumping from
Comprehensive Review of the Important Marix, judge-advocate of the court.
A Derelict Found Nine Mlles Off the the telegraphic summary received as a Spanish Comment on th» I.«e Incident windows, another is dying and 20 are
Before leaving Key West,Commander
basis the state department has already
missing, while a search of the tuins
Golden Gitte Which Proved to Be the
Happening* of the I'ant Week Cvh.d
—A Fall In Becnrl»le«—Threat« of
Marix said nothing could be given out
proceeded to notify Minister Woodford
may disclose the fact that many tran
Mi ssing Vessel—She Struck n Gale.
Carll.t.—Germany Will Not Interfere.
From the Telegraphic Columns
about the work of the court of inquiry
officially of the character, and he in
sient lodgers lost their lives also. The
An explosion occurred at the Nano or its findings. Personally, the com
San Francisco, March 24. — U[>on the return by this time has probably com
London, March 22.—The Daily Mai), casualties were as follows:
Win coal mine near Monongahela City, mander said be was intensely relieved arrival of the Pacific Coast Steamship municated the news to the Spanish in an editorial refuting some of "tiie
Pa. Two men are known to have been at completing his lalxirs.
Company’s steamer Santa Rosa, from government with an intimation that it American accusations of British cold
Matt Doyle, aged 45, miner at the
.killed. Five were injured, and from
Lieutenants J ungen ami Hoard, San Diego today, the news was re must be prepared to present a satisfac ness,” says:
Mountain Consolidated, jumped from
15 to 25 are said to be entombed in the Cadets Brownson and Boyd, Passed ceived here of a horrible aocident indi tory reply within a few days.
“Among many reasons for Great third-story window, turned over in the
Assistant Engineer Bowers, Assistant rectly attributed to the Alaskan gold
Britain’s apparent noninterest, not the air and struck on head.
An explosion tooa place at Ban Engineer Morris and Carpenter Jolmes, excitement, which is believed to have THEORY WAS NOT TENABLE. least is our better knoweldge of the
Frank Rhodey, aged 40, lately from
Rafael, Cal., at the United States of the Maine, left here today on the cost the lives of 40 passengerk and'sail
Spanish and their paper navy and our Portland, Or., jumped from third-story
Spaniard« Privately Admit the Maine
smokeless powder works, which result City of Key West for Miami.
ors. Captain Alexander, of the Santa
conviction that the Anglo-Saxon will window, turned over and struck on
Disaster Was Not an Accident.
The decision reached by the court is Rosa, reported that early this morning,
ed in the death of two men, Charles
always defeat the Latin. Indeed, the head anil shoulders, fraoturing his
New York, March 23.—A dispatch
PerhapH while nine miles off Point Bonita, at
A. Jenks and Charles Nelson, who were ' still a matter of surmise.
trend of British thought is towards skull; dying.
employed in the material room. Two some significance may be attached and the mouth of the Golden Gate, he
surprise that the greatest of republics
Hugh Boylo, aged 30, miner at Ana
buildings were completely destroyed, conclusions drawn from a remark made sighted a derelict, bottom up.
thould excite itself unduly about so conda mine, started to lower himself
p . ik I the roofs torn off the other build by Rear-Admiral Sieard
The tug Sea Witch was immediately
poor a foe. The Americans should re from third-story by means of impro
ings close by and windows broken for when he said to a correspondent:
despatched to the point indicated, and to establish the aocident theory. This member that while we are full of trust vised rope, which parted 50 feet from
ini les around.
"The case of the Maine is most found the derelict to be the the bark
The nature of the in their capability to deal with Span the ground. He was just recovering
A Havana dispatch alleges that Cap peculiar, perhaps the most peculiar Helen W. Almy, Captain Hogan, which board’s report will not he charged to ish impertinences, we are fully oc from the effects of a broken leg through
tain-General Blanco and General Man* which has ever occurred in the history sailed hence for Copper river points with unknown causes, but the Spanish find cupied with greater troubles threatened an accident a month ago. Six men
27 passengers and a crew of 13, on Sun
or active in various parts of the world. were severely injured.
terola have notified the Madrid govern oi the world.”
From the general tone of his remarks day last.
The bark lay upon her star ing will bo with a view of making a They have our full sympathy at a time
There were 250 men and women in
ment that they will resign their offices
when France, Germany and Russia are the building when the fire broke out.
if the Spanish torpedo fleet is to be de it might be inferred that the court’s board side, with her stern low down in
The work of the Spanish divers has
backing Spain and almost as openly as Of these, it is believed about 200 es
tained at the Canaries in obedience to
not been thorough. Apparently they
the demand of President McKinley. mystery of the explosion. This is fur wrecked, and several planks of her hull have found no little evidence on which they are opposing British efforts for caped without injury. The lire started
Captain Euhite, of the Vizcaya, is also ther borne out by the admiral’s state washed loose by the seas which br ke a theory of internal explosion can bo the freedom of its foreign trade through in the bakery south of the center of
out the world.
alleged to have sent a similar message ment that even after the report had over her.
the building, and had a good stait be
been sent to Washington the depart
While there were no signs of her based that the Spanish court is not
"But there is no occaion now to talk fore discovered. The blaze was first
to the Spanish admiralty.
ment may require further investiga boats, it is not believed that lier passen
of an offfiensive and defensive alliance. discovered by Billy White, Jake Yuch
Chaplain Chidwick, of tho Maine, tion. The general impression con gers and crew escaped by putting off theory of accident, which it set out to
The disproportion between our mission and Jack Dooley, who were awake at
lias completed his mortuary report, tinues that the court hail found that from the vessel in them, as theie has
America's makes it impossible. the time, and, smelling smoke, went
which shows that 357 men and two tho Maine was intentionally blown up, been a very heavy sea for several days for three or four days. They may ac
There will be time to propose this way down stairs to make an investigation.
officers perished in the catastrophe. but no new reasons were adduced for past. Furthermore, no woid has been count for the statements from Madrid
of recementing the race when America Two of the men immediately attached
Six succumbed to their injuries while this conclusion.
received from the survivors, if any ex that the Maine incident will not be a is ready to face the splendid responsi a small hose to a hydrant and began to
lying in San Ambrosio hospital; one
ist, although the derelict was sighted cause of war between the two countries,
throw water upon the fire.
died on tho Spanish transport; 171 SPANISH NAVAL PREPARATIONS. within 10 miles of this port and fully and also hints at arbitrating the dis bility it entails.”
The Madrid correspondent of tho
After a few minutes’ work, however,
bodies have been recovered from the
48 hours have passed since the wreck
the men realized that the task was a
This talk is semi-official. The Span Standard says:
wreck, of which 61 have been identified; Movements of tho Warships as Pub occurred.
"Senor Polo y Bernabe, the Spanish hopeless one, and they retreated to give
lished by the Madrid Press»
161 have been buried in Colon cemetery
According to the tugboat men, there ish recognize the improbability of suc minister at Washington, has been au the alarm. They summoned the watch
and 11 at Key West. This is the offi
New York, March 24.—A dispatch was a pretty stiff breeze when the Almy
thorized to make all concessions possi man and rushed to the upper poition
cial report, made public after careful to the World from Madrid says:
The suiled out of the Golden Gate Sunday, will be presenter! when the report of ble in order to obtain the speedy con of the building, shouting that the house
Madrid papers, including the minis and near night it was blowing a gale.
clusion of a fair reciprocity treaty. By was on flro. By this time, tho fire had
Rev. Orsen D. Taylor, of Tho Dalles, terial organs, the Correro, Correspond She left here under topsails, and when the American board of inquiry is pub America’s expressed desire, this also broken through the first floor, and
Or., who has been in jail in Saginaw, encia, Liberal and tho Globe, print by last seen was standing out for an offing.
includes the Philippine islands. Both smoke filled tho hallways.
Mich., for several months, and against permission these items of news regard There was a heavy sea running, and it the evidence on which the external ex the Cuban and Spanish cabinets are and his companions realized that there
whom proceedings for securing money ing naval preparations:
is supposed that some time during the
anxious to expedite the negotiations to was no time to lose, and they began
under false pretenses have been drag
The flying squadron is detained at night she struck a squall and turned is meant to satisfy, not simply the the uttermost. Senor Polo y Bernabe kicking in the doors of the rooms.
ging along in the circuit court for a tho Canary islands for two reasons; one turtle.
wires that he has found the American The men thoughtfully awakened the
year or more, has at last been sen is the necessity for repairing the tor
The Helen W. Almy was once a experts throughout the world. How state department very favorably dis women help first. By this time, the
tenced to six yearH in the Jackson state pedo vessel Arete, and the other is to South Sea trader, and was quite famous
posed on this point, but that more re alarm had been turned in, and the de
prison. The complainant alleged that give time to the battle-ship Cristobal for her many adventures among the board is fortified will soon be known. serve than ever is shown in interna partment responded promptly. When
Taylor induced him to buy $5,000 Colon to coal and complete her outfit reefs.
Her commander was Captain
tional dealings pending the settlement the firemen arrived, men in their under
worth of shares in the Interstate In before joining the squadron at Las Lutrell, and he operated her in the in have a counter-case ready, so a suspen of the Maine affair.”
clothing and others half dressed were
vestment Company, of The Dalles, Or., Palmas to escort it to Porto Rico.
terest of John Wightman, who retained sion of the world’s judgment can be
The Chronicle repeats editorially its clambering down the fire escapes in the
a concern which did not exist.
Orders have been given to hurry the an interest in her when she entered the
declaration that Michael Davitt’s at rear. Others, and the servant girls
She was in good condi satisfactory settlement. Tire evident tempt to show that England bates were at the windows in the front of
Roland Worthington, the veteran preparations of the battle-ships Pelayo Alaska trade.
journalist, died at his home in Boston. nt Marseilles; Emperor Carlos V, at tion for an old vessel and perfectly sea the Maine incident entirely distinct America has been “ludicrously unsuc tho building, frantically calling for
Havre, and Newmanca and Victoria at worthy. She was on the drydock some
Representative King, of Utah, intro Cartagena, to enable them to join Ad days before being put on the berth, and from other Cuban questions.
Not cessful,” and challenges him to obtain help. They were cut off from the rear
ruesdar a joint resolution recog- miral Cejvora’s squadron of evolution her owners spent $3,000 in repairing withstanding this lack of confidence in a half dozen votes in support of a pro of the building by the dense smoke.
Spanish resolution in any open meet Ladders were run up, but not before
fier. She had a temporary house on their own theory of accident, it cannot ing in any town in England, Scotland many of the frightened people had
at Cartagen Y.
be learned that the authorities are do
The submarine boat Holland has
The squadron also includes the first- deck.
jumped. Others, including all the fe
ing anything to uncover the conspira or Wales.
:> lu New York. At ij class cruiser Infanta Maria Teresa, the
When the Almy left port she had 125
The Berlin correspondent of the male help, were gotten out by the fire
nder water she showed second-class cruiser Alfonso XII, the tons of ballast which she carried,
Times confirms the statement that men. On the side of the buidling,
good speed, and was handled with ease. fourth-class cruisers and the new first- besides, the provisions of the paasen- ing up of tiie Maine.
Germany has no inclination to inter many had made ropes of their bed
fere in the Cuban question. It cites clothes and sought to escape in that
* A dispatch to the Berlin Vossicjie class cruiser Varez, of 7,000 tons, gers ami their oufits. She was a ves
sei of only about 250 tons, and was
the Berlin Post, saying that Germany’s way. Some of them suoceded, but in
Zeitung from Dare’s Salaam, 25 miles bought from Italy.
Another squadron is to bo formed at therefore ballasted sufficiently to make 4 Substantial Tribute to the Maine’s commercial interests, as well as her other casos the ropes broke and the
south of Zanzibar, East Africa, says
regard for the German residents in tiie men dropped many feet to the ground.
that last month a party of German for Cadiz, with three torpedo vessels, built her “stiff."
March 23.—The house United States, forbid such an inter
esters was attacked, and three Germans
TRAGEDY AT CASCADE LOCKS. today unanimously passed the bill for ference.
A SERIOUS BLAZE.
and many of the native carriers were handed over by English firms, and the
the relief of the survivors and victims
torpodo gunboat Dena Maria Melina,
A Jersey City Railroad Depot Damaged
PATRIOTIC NEW YORKERS.
The bill reim
whose trial trips at Ferrol this week Louis Gebbhard Murders His Wife and of the Maine disaster.
to the Extent of Si00,000.
While returning home from church
Then Shoots Himself«
burses the survivors, officers and men
showed 19 knots. For the present the
Enthusiasm Shown at a Maine Benefit
in Wellsville, O., Oliver Reed asked
New York, March 23.—The Penn
Cascade Locks, Ore., March 24.— for the losses they sustained to an
second flying squadron and the fleet of
Sarah Walton to marry him. and upon
sylvania railroad depot in New Jersey
Admiral Cervcra will remain on the Lewis Gebbhard, aged 70, shot and amount not to exceed a year’s pay, and
March 23.—Over 4,000
lier refusal he shot her through tho
killed his wife, aged 65, and then directs the payment of a sum equal to people rose simultaneously tonight in City was damaged by fire early today to
coast of Spain.
heart. He then blew bis brains out
the extentof $100.000. The mammoth
Other ports in tho peninsula have turned the pistol upon himself and took a year’s pay to the legal heirs of those the Metropolitan
dying in a short time. Papers found
called the government’s attention to his own life here last night,
The who perished. There was quite a spir joined with the chorus on the stage in train shed and large office building es
on liin body show the deed was premed
providing land and submarine defenses, bodies were not found until this morn ited debate over an amendment suggest singing “The Star-Spangled Banner” caped. Much mail matter was de
ed by Cannon to give the survivors a
offering to contribute a part of the ex ing.
with more enthusiasm than has been
Train and ferry traffic is seriously
The house committee on naval affairs pense.
Gebbhard, who is a German, and an year’s pay out of hand instead of at exhibited in the opera-house for many
crippled. All of the frame portions of
has completed the naval appropriation
No marine reserves have been called
months. It was upon the occasion of
bill. T1 >o bill is calculated as carrying
He has been of losses. Some old alleged scandals in the performance for the benefit of the the depot, with the shed covering the
out yet, as two battalions of marines for the past 10 years.
approach to the several ferry slips and
between $36,000,000 and $37,000,000,
Maine monument fund. On the great the waiting-room and restaurant, were
of which about $3,000,000 will be ex are returning from Manilla.
The rolling stock was
pended on this year’s work on the three crews of the coast guard vessels at the and his wife for many years. Particu were raked up, but the debate in the stage stood the well-known singer Ca destroyed.
battle-ships, six torpedo boats and six depots and arsenals of Ferrol, Cadiz larly severe have these quarrels been end was saved from a rather sordid tone mille d’Arville, and behind tier were promptly run out of the shed when tho
massed the combined choruses of the
when Gebbhard was under the influ by a beautiful tribute paid to the gal Broadway theater, the Casino and the fire was discovered, and the ferry boats
able to man the new war vessels,
were simultaneously hurried out into
lant dead by Cousins of Iowa, in a short
Replying to a resolution of inquiry,
The minister of marine, Admiral
He aroused the Whitney and Castle Square companies. tho stream and over to this city.
the attorney-general sent to the senate Bermejo, has said frequently of late
Last night Gebbhard must have been but eloquent speech.
As a background, an immense Ameri
There were several acres of glass on
Tuesday a statement that tho records that 1 io declines to make known his more quarrelsome than usual.
In galleries to spontaneous applause. The can flag waved from a tall pole. Each
the roof of the big train shed, and, be
of hie department do not show that any preparations. He wants tho country to fact, judging from the silent evidence remainder of the day was occupied in
of the singers carried a small flag, and ing melted and oracked by the intense
writs of injunction or restraining or understand that they are intended only about the lonely cottage which the the consideration of the old claim of
the moment the patriotic air was start heat, it fell upon the firemen and made
ders have been issued by United States to meet any emergeimv on tho purely couple occupied, the tight must have
the entire audience arose and their work more perilous. The Key
No action was taken upon the
courts against labor organizations or defensive and paeitiw line of conduct, been that of a maniac on one side and a 000.
joined in the melody. At the conclu stone restaurant, where the greatest
their members engaged in strikes in all along proclaimed by tho present gov defenseless woman on the other. claim.
sion, there were tremenduous cheers damage was done, was one of the most
1897 and 1898.
ernment. The papers say nothiug of Blood was found in the bed and in the
The senate, after passing some minor and a great demonstration.
Then spacious and handsomely fitted up
A dispatch to the New York World the army preparations.
bills, to which there was no objection, “My Country” was sung. The enter
Gebbhard had evidently beaten his adjourned at 1:55 o’clock until tomor tainment, aside from the subscriptions, restaurants in the country.
from Madrid says: Instructions have
Railroad to the Yukon.
wife with some instrument, in his mad row.
been given since Friday night to the
netted about $12,000. Many of the
FOR MORE WARSHIPS.
frenzy. In her attempt to escape she
March 23.—At a
press censor to stop all foreign and do-
best known actors and actresses took
had fled the house and reached tiie
Relief for Stricken Cnbn.
uieatic press telegrams—and even tele
¡»art in the performance, an 1 among meeting of capitalists interested in the
The Naval Appropriation Bill Reported
front porch. She got no farther, as,
phone messages—containing news un
Concord, N. H., March 23.—Senator the spectators was Miss Evangelina construction of a railroad to the Yukon
to the House.
with pistol in hand, he fired at her and Chandler, in an editorial in the Con Cisneros, who came in for much ap country, W. (J. Alders presented a re
palatable to the government. Unau
Washington, March 24.—The naval she fell forward, and when found her cord Monitor today says President Mc plause at one time in the evening.
port based upon recent explorations and
thorized details of naval and military
from observations made during an ex
preparations of the movements of war- appropriation bill was reported to the body was lying on the edge of the Kinley is about to take action in the
Labor Union Refused to Aid.
haustive surveying trip to Alaska, and
shi| is, particularly of the flying squad house today. It carried $35,686,058, porch.
name of the United States to relieve
Boston, March 22. — At today’s showing that a route up Copper river
The man, after committing the mur famine and sickness in Cuba.
ron, of the purchase of vessels of war an increase over last year of $3,764,432,
and stores abroad are especially inter and over current estimates of $3,514,- der walked into the house, and, lying
"Food and medicine and clothing,” meeting of the Central Labor Union, was not only feasible, but practicable.
824. For the increase the navy bills down upon a lounge in the room, he says, "given by the generous people subscription blanks calling for the con
It was decided to organize a party of
The British Columbia, Seattle & Pa allow to be constructed by contract placed the pistol to his iiead and sent of the United States, will be sent with tributions to tho monument fund for surveyors who are to start as soon as
cific Coast Railroad Company has made three sea-going coast-line battle-ships, a bullet into his own brain and his the appioval of Spain, if she consents, the victims of the Maine explosion, the weather conditions will permit,
or will be carried by American sailors which were sent out by Mayor probably by May 15.
application to the city council of Se designated to carry the heaviest guns, soul into eternity.
ami soldiers without her approval, if Quincy’s committee, were ordered re is to start for Orca and proceed up Cop
attle for a franchise 80 feet wide over
Railroad avenue. It was stated to the highest practicable speed for their no attention was paid to them. This she does not consent. The end of turned, because they did not bear the per river to its head, and thence across
council that it was the purpose of the class,with cost, exclusive of armament, morning the dead bodies were found, starvation and torture is near at hand. label of tho allied printing trades to the Yukon to its junction with
Resolutions were adopted American boundary line.
lie now has Every humane person in this whole council.
company to construct a railroad from not exceeding $3,000,000 each, one to and the coroner notified,
organizations of this
Portland, Or., to Seattle, and thence
From Copper River.
But one child, a daughter, survives dent in his coining proclamation,which country to erect a monument to the
to the British Columbia boundary. and six torpedo-boat destroyers, to cost
Seattle, March 23.—The schooner
The company was willing that a condi not exceeding $2.340,000, and one gun the old couple. She is grown, and mar is to cause the name of William Mc
General Siglin arrived tonight from
tion be imposed in tho franchise that boat to take the place of the Michigan ried, her mime being Mrs. Morin. She Kinley to t>e held in sacred reverence mer, Pa., and requesting the secretary Copjier river. Captain Johnson states
the work of construction should begin
that 300 people have crossed the Val
Gebbhard had been in ill-health, it lie the revered name of Abraham Lin to issue subscription blanks for that des glacier and are now making their
in 30 days, and the line lie finished over $260,000, to be built on the Great
is said of late, and got it into his head coln by the colored race in America.”
within 18 months. The two incor|>o- Lakes.
way intp the interior. The day the
One of these sea-going battle-ships is that his wife was trying to cause his
Johannesburg, March 22. — The Siglin left Copper City, which is now
ralors of the company are Henry J.
Standard and News, in a seemingly in of 600 inhabitants, the theft of a quan
Brokaw and Austin J. Fletcher, well-
known financiers of New York. The tracts for the construction of all these some cause known only to himself, al city of Spain, the result of a census spired article, says: "War is almost tity of bacon had lieen discovered No
road will cost between $4,000,000 and vessels are to be made within 60 days though the neighltors declare there was just taken showing 520,000 inhabitants inevitable, unless England abandons tices were being posted that the thief
to Madrid's 507,000.
no occasion for his jealousy.
of the enactment of the bill.
her claim to suzerainty.”
if caught would lie hanged.
In«urgent« l.lng Dynamite.
A Coinage Resolution.
After being opened to the pnblio for
Age,I Couple Hurne.t to Death.
Story of a Maine Survivor.
Would Affect France.
more than five years for recreation pur
Havana, March 23.—Generals Pando
Washington, March 24.—The house
Fresno, Cal.. March 24.—James
London, March 22.—The morning
London, March 23. — St. James’s
poses. Castle island, in Boston barlxir, committee on coinage, weights and Thompson ami his aged wife were and Saliedo, it is announced today
has been closed. Outers from Wash measures has favorably reported to the burned to death in a shanty in which “continue advancing with considerable papers publish a long statement by Gazette, commenting on the mobiliza
ington to this effect have been exjieet- house a resolution authorising the sec they lived south of Chinatown at 11 forces toward Puerto Principe.” The Seaman Newman, recently arrived in tion of the French fleet, suggests that Jk
ed ever since tho work of handling ex retary of tho tieasury to make experi o'clock tonight, The fire is supposed insurgents on Saturday dynamited an England, who was on Isrard the Maine it may be connected with the Spanish
plosives whs begun at Fort Inde|>end- ments to determine the beat material to bare started from the explosion of iron railroad bridge near Madruga, at the time of the disaster in Havana question, and says:
cnee on the island some three weeks for minor coinage and to submit new a lamp.
"If trouble between Spain and the
province of Matanza.«, partly destroying harl>or. New solemnly declares the
«go. More than a score of inen have designs for congress.
the structure, ami last night they de explosion was external and on the port United States should become acute, it
The Cigar Krcord.
been at work ¡tainting torpedo shells
stroyed with dynamite a culvert be side of the ship.
would precipitate issues of great mo
A man who recently died in Paris tween Robles and Madruga.
Trenton, March 24.—Henry Brown,
ment for France.”
«nd getting ready the wiring and other
The coinage of a sovereign (about $5)
necessary preliminaries to laying a local pugilist, who was injured in had kept a record of the number of
Long Beach. Cal., has a 70-foot whale costs the English mint \d (about l.t»
them in position in the barber if boxing with Jack Smith at the Palace cigars he had smoked during his life
The common pond frog’s natural life*
staked out in the ocean near the town. oenta).
Sjwrting Club last night, died today. time. The number was 628,713.
time is 13 to 15 years
». H. BAKMUHT. FublUber.