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TfcE WASHINGTON TIMES,7 TUESDAY, OCTOBER lit; 119.
CANT LANO JOBS
ErstwWte Govommwit CItrk.
vAre Turmd Dewn By
Black Chioktn Thrown
Crater and Flow of
pART of the large asfortment of fimrai confiscated
from radiqil steel .strikers in Gary, Ind. 'Drastic
measures have been taken by Maj. Gen. Leonard Wood,
who is in command of the military situation .there, to
suppress the radicals. Determined to stamp out anarchy
in the -ranks of the strikers, General Wood has had
erected a stgpkade in which all suspects and witnesses
will be confined during the investigation.
LOtfDON. Oct 14.Educnted aad
peteatiaUy good material for business
sfioH, thousa ads of "flappers," the
ene-tiroe clerks and tea. drinkers of
government offices, are today jobless
aad with little hope of bettering their
These "flappers" are not as idling
aad inefficient as they hare been
painted by an opposition preee which
threw them en to the screen of pub
licity in the months after the armis
tice was signed ae horrible examples
of waete in high places." They are
not, as a rule, thoroughly trained for
easiness, but they are intelligent and
nave gained much knowledge of the
hustaess world in their respective of-
But the bungling "red tape" meth
ods of the government have been so
long held up to public scorn that
those girls, who a few short months
ago were praised as patriots, are to
day passed up by employers as unfit
for employment. The idea is that
they have boon spoiled for any real
business future by their eontaet with
the "dilly and dally" tactics of beau
roaucraey. wmM Taekle AmytUas;.
Inquiries at employment agencies
reveal they are willing to tackle al
nseet anything except teaching and
A girl with a university degree is
managing; waitresses in a West Knd
X doctor's daaa-hter who dteve a
brougham for a big Arm daring the
war is looking for similar employ
ment. Many are taking up millinery.
Others have gone into shops as as
sistants, with the intention of work-
tec up to be buyers or managers.
, Still others are tackling; the "risky
ame of opening HttleUea shops.
"Women generally will not take a
poet which offers less than $1( a
week," is the report of one employ
ment agency manager.
They frequently come in pairs and
deenand positions in the same es
tablishment. The man shortage, the
surplus woman problem, if you care
to call it that, has thrown the girls
together. Thejr standards as to what,
they want in men "pals' is higher
than it used to be, and with so many
men gone and so many still in serv
ice tbeogirie have come to adopt girl
pal.' By two and two they go in
fnjch of business positions and like
ly as net refuse a single opening;
bowever good, if there is not a
chance for the two of them,
Can't Stay Home.
"So many of those girls can't bear
to 'stick at none as they dM before
the war brought them into Whitehall
offices. Consequently many of them
are downtown, in the tea rooms and
hotels, whore they have tea or lunch,
smoke and gossip over old times.
"It's very hard on the. girls, this
prejudice against government office
training, for many of them have .good
stuff in them. While some of the of-
aadoaetedly was lax; many of
vara understaffed and west of
the girls learned to work accurately
and quickly under pressure.
"we are advtstns; them to over
come their handicaps by training: for
aaeentc work, and hundreds of them
are doing- so."
HILO. Island of Hawaii. Oct. 14.
Owners of coal black game cocks are
keeping out an eye to see that the
chicken-house door is looked securely
And that's all because the volcano
of Kilauea is now the most active it
has been for thirty-nve years.
Six months ago Kilauea was sput
tering away in its milewide bowl of
burning- molten reck, with the level
of the flaming crimson sea -of boiling
lava SO feet from the top of the
The night that Secretary of the
Navy Daniels and his party paid
Kilauea a visit the latter part of
August the level of the seethinfe
lava lake was about fifty feet below
the crater s top.
Several overflows already have oc
curred. A cone which once jutted 008
feet above the crater's top has malted
away into the sea 'of Are. Two hours
after the Secretary and his party left
the volcano the rock wall between
the main crater and a second smaller
one, caved in, joining the, -craters.
And Kilauea still is going strong'.
As to the connection of all this with
coalvblack game cocoks? Oh. that's
Many years ago, when the islands
first were becoming a white man's
land, Kilauea became angry. It roared
and hissed and sputtered and the
ground shook. Then the lava over
flowed and moved slowly down the
mountain-side toward Hilo.
The native Hawaiian had been
Christians but a. comparatively short
time. Their fright knew no bounds.
for the island legends were full of
the tales of what -Kilauea did when
Madame Bele, the goddess who lived
in Kilauea's crater, became angry.
So the Hawaii ans prayed that the
flow would stop. But it didn't.
Then They Baaeed.
Then they danced. But that was in
effective. Finally, forgetting their "Christian
ity for a time, they sent a party by
canoe to Honolulu to consult a few
remaining priests of the days when
they all worshipped the strange South
Sea die tie.
"Throw a black rooster into the lava
flew." was the advieei they brought
The sleekest, shiniest cock on the
island of Hawaii was picked for the
saerhtee, and while the maidens
danced, the warriors cast the squak
ing bird into the base of the lava
In an hour the flow had stepped.
Madame Pele, the most feared goddess
of the island, evidently bad been sat
isfied with a chicken dinner.
American residents 0 the island be
lieve that if there is ever another big
lava flow, coal black roosters will
come into demand once more.
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SSX 96H SStf
XX 92 9
66X 86 85
135 134K 134K
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Commerce Body Baoks Plan
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GALLALA, eb., Oct.- 14, Frank
Worthern, of Clinton, N. J com
mitted stficfde by lying beside the
railroad track, placing; his head on
the rail, and permitting a Union Fa
cffic fast train to run over his neck.
jsecqre committing suicide Worthern
BBRLXX. Oct 14, The "made-ia-Germaay"
top industry will eomennto
its own again, according to the nope
and belief expressed by Economic Min
uter Schmidt following his visit to
the Leipsic industrial fair.
Schmidt pointed out that this
branch of industry was particularly
well represented. Porcelain and glass
lines were likewise displayed exten
sively, but everywhere the minister
beard the complaint that lack of coal,
lack of raws tuffs and unfavorable ex
change were making the German in
dustrial position difficult.
One big American shoe house was
represented at the fair, and closed
many orders despite the high prices
ALEXANDRIA, Va Oct 14. The
establishment of a non-equipment
Young Men's Christian Association in
this city has been indorsed by the
civic bureau of the Alexandria Cham
ber of Commerce, and a committee of
fifteen business men will be appoint
ed in a few days to carry out the
plans. M. L. Hippy, district secre
tary, and E. G. Caster, county work
secretary, are in Alexandria in the
interest of .the proposition, The
course proposed includes physical, so
cial, educational, and religious activ
ities. The various Protestant
churches-and church' buildings will
49UI3 BALES OF
Cotton consumed during September
totaled 461,313 running bales, com
pared with 489,842 bales consumed in
September last year, according to the
monthly statement issued by the
Census Bureau today. The figures do
not include linters.
The cotton consumed in cotton
gTewing States was 277,660 bales in
September this year, as compared with
281,727 in September last year.
Other comparative figures given for
September, 1919, and September, 1918,
Cotton held . in consuming estab
lishments September 39, 1,074,457
bales this year and 1,1 56,781 last year.
1 Cotton held in public storage and at
pompresses. 2,492,229 bales this year
and 2.931,223 last year.
Capt Paulo Tuccemei and nis wife ! J? "JX" Sf222
- oc.o hi id joni ouu .Ol VUO-UUHI1U
bales last-year. "
Cotton expected, including linters.
2M.994 bales this year and 396,375
Linters consumed during September
this year totaled 23,227 bales.
wrote a wiU. in which he left SM ftfta I
and real estate inClinton to a sister. I ,B marks demanded for the product.
1345 Penn. Ave. &J?2Z
and children, of Home, Italy, are vis
iting Sigpora Tucceraei's grand
mother, Mrs. Kate Taylor, at her
home, 139 South Fairfax street, this
city. Oaptain Tuccemei is an officer
of artillery, and spent nearly , four
years on the Italian front, receiving
several .French and Italian decora
tions for bravery. He is particularly
interested in commercial and financial
relations between Italy and the
United States, and will report his ob
servations while In this country to
his home government.
pared 'with 99,791 last year.
LOCAL STOCK MARKET
46K Adv. Burnley.
74 Adv. Rum. pf....
96,'tt AJax Rubber....
96 Ara. Beet Sugar. .
66 American Caa...
136tf Am. Cares Fdy...
36U Am. Hide &. Lea. .
133 AH.AL.pf lXKlilHlSlfc
113SJ AnuEecometlve. 112J4Q0 111
SOU Araer Linseed... 80 80 80
59 American Malt... 59 58 58
7514 Araer. Smelting-.. 74 74 ?4K
ABaer. Smelt, pf . . 102 102 102
43X Asa, Steel Fdry.. 433 43 43
11014 An. Sumatra Tel 106X HX'4 1085
136X American Sugar. 139 136K 138X
99tf Ara.TeL&Tel... 99K 96X S8
306& Araer. Tobacco.. 308J" 306J 305Js
135?8 American Wool.. 135 1327s 1323
6SJS Am. Wr. Paper pf 863 & 85K
23 AmerlcanZlae... 23 22K 22
70 Anaconda.... ... 7JK nfJs 70
119 Arseeiata OK.. 1183 117 117tf
92 A-tchisen.;.' ' 92 91X 92
184 AtL Gulf &WI..1M 179J4 182
41?s Ealto. iOhle..., 41 41K 41K
144 Baldwin Loee... 143 139 Je 340H
105 Baldwin pf .... 105 105 K6"
131 Barrett Co 130J 130K 130K
1143 Bth Steel pf.... U4 114 U4
1031s Beth. Steel B jp8 MS SCSI
20 Brooklyn Rpd. T. 30 30 20
Brown Shoe 104 104 104
363 Battles Superior. 27 27 27
Bums Bros. 1343 131J 1316
513 California Petrol 51 50X MX
1513 Canadian Pacific. 152 152 182
106X Central Leather. 165 102 1043
235 Chandler M 128 121 128
80 Chesa ic Ohio.... 80 60 80
92 Chi Nor Wast 92 98 H
10 Chicago Gt "W.i . 10 10 10
273 Ch Gt W pf 273 273 273
45! ChI..Mifc&St.P.. 45 -44X 44X
67 Ch.,M.&S.P.pf. 87 67 87
26?iCR.I.vEac.Ry. 38X X
77 CRl&PTwI.. 77 77 77
24 4 Chile Copper.... 243 Wi 23X
45 Chin Con.' Cbp.. 44X A3 43X
19 C I Callahan.... 21 1&S -30
46 CoL Fuel & Iron. M 44 44
69 Col Gases Wee.. 68K 67 68
94'i Consol. Gas 98 98 98
94$ Coat Can 99 93 98
883 Cora Products... 88 87 87M
241 Crucible Steel... 242 233 238
Crucible Steel pf . MS KX 102
13 V. Kan at Tex... 13
539(Mjiavale Steel... 54
36 Missouri Pac.... 39
Missouri FacpT.: 513
41 CubaC Sugar...
Cuba C S pfd.... 83
Del Lac & West. . Hg-
ffli Den & Rio Gd... 17J
Dome Mines... 14
163 Brie 16H
35Ji Elk Horn Ceal.. 35
159 Fisher Body.... 158
323 Gaston Wins.... 383
86J4 Gen. Cigar Co.... 86
174 Gen Electric 170
302 Gen. Motors 301
Gen Motors pf . . 99
L85 Goodrich BF. . . .
43 Greene C C
Gt. North, pfd...
463 Gt. North. Ore..
67 Gulf State S....
63J4 Uask AEarker.,
145 Int. Har. of N J. .
62 Insplra Cop
M6K 142 142
127 IK tff
3t 393 333
Dr. E. A. Gorman, former health of
ficer of this city has returned from
New York, where he spent a month's
vacation. While in New Tofk Dr.
Gorman attended a number of sur
Mr. and Mrs. A O. Travis, .of Del
Ray, Alexandria county, have an
nounced the marriage of their daugh
ter. Miss Eva Travis, to Howard A
Simms. The ceremony was performed
in Washington on Saturday evening
last by the Rev. E. Hez Swem. Mr.
and Mrs. Simms will make their home
with the bride's parents.
A Peach of a
Alexandria Lodge, No. 758, B. P. O.
Elks, last night initiated a class of
sixteen candidates in the temporary
Klks' Home, corner of Prince and
Royal street. A social session fol
lowed the initiation.
The members of Fitzgerald Coun
cil, No. 459, Knights of Columbus,
ended their celebration of Columbus
Day with an oyster roast at Lyceum
Hall, last night
Araer. Tel. : Tel. 4's... S2
Amer. Tel. 4 Tel, 4s- SS
Am. T. 4b T. Ctl. Tr. S's. 8714
Am. Tel. & Tel. con. S's. 190
C. & P. Telephone 8s.
Capital Trac. R. R. 8's...
Georgetown Gas 1st S's.
Metropolitan R. R. S's..
Potomac Elec. Lt. 6's. . . .
Pot. BJec. Cons. 6's
Potomac Elec. Power 9's
Pot. El. Pow. G-M S's...
Washington Gas S's....
Wash. Ry. & Elec. 4's...
Wash. Ry. Elec G-M 6's
MISCELLANEpUS BONDS. '
Am. Graphone 1st 6's... 99 & 100
D. C. Paper Mfg. s 99
Rlggs Realty S's (long) 99
Higgs Realty 6's (short) 90
Sec Stge. & Safe Dep. S's ... 101
PUBLIC UTILITY STOCKS.
Amer. Tel. & Tel-
Capital Traction ...y...
Washington Gas ...;...
N. & W. Steamboat ....
Wash. Ry. srElec. com. . .
Wash. Ry. & Elec. nfd.
Sergt. Irving Tennyson, )rho served
eighteen months overseas with the
medical corps, has becrK mustered out
of the service and is no? at his home
Values like these
are scarce indeed
and the manufac
turer's price is al
most the sale price
so far have the
They are dandy
patterns smart and
in entirely new de
signs some with
soft collars to
- Correctly cut and carefully made.
On sale tomorrow morning and while
&ey last, at
assnJ I HI fliBnS
DENVER BOASTS ONLY
WOMAN DOG CATCHER
We have never offered such values
before nor has anybody else in Wash
DENVER, Oct. 14. The only'woman
dog catcher in the world" is the title
applied to Mrs. Laura Dietrich, deputy
pound mistress at the dog pound here.
Mrs. Dietrich Is highly efficient in
the unusual role, according to Wil
liam C. Fox, superintendent, who de
clared that he had misgivings at first
as to the advislbllity -of securing a
woman for the position, as he thought
it would be too difficult. "However.
I soon discovered that dogs resist a
woman much less than a man," he
said. "They arc handled by Mrs.
Dietrich with much less trouble than
THE OXE CONSTANT FRIEND.
Gone are the friends, whom once I
Those friends of olden days:
I thought at least some would
But parted are our way.
All, all are gone, save one that shows
How constancy endears
My watch it never, never goes!
It hasn't gone for years'
On Diamonds, Watche,
(South of Highway Bridge)
USIKBSS TRANSACTKD KXCLC.
Take ears at 12th mU and Feasor
reals ave. fer-jeath ar et Highway
ridge. Sara So each way.
NATIONAL BANK STOCKS.
Amer. Nat. Bank 184
Capital Nat. Bank 200
Columbia Nat. Bank 175
Com. National Bank... 185
District Nat. Bank 174
Far. & Mech. Nat. Bank. . 240
Federal Nat. Baok 175
Lincoln National Bank.. 165
Nat. Metropolitan Bank 205
Rlggs National Bank... 440
Second National Bank.. 141
Washington ,... 200
TRUST COMPANY STOCKS.
Amer. Sec. & Trust.... 233
Continental Trust 112
Nat. Savings & Trust... 200
Union Trust 115
Wash. Lobh & Trust.... 250
SAVINGS BANK STOCKS.
Com. & Savings 12
E Wash. Sav. Bank.... 12
Liberty Savings 120
Merchants Bank 130
Sec. Sav. &Com Bank.. 200
Seventh St. Sa. Bk 145
Union Savings 110
U. S. Sav. Bank 175 210
FIRE INSURANCE STOCKS.
Arlington Fire Insur. .. .75 ...
Corcoran Fire Insur... 70
Firempn's Fire Insur... 19 ...
Ger. Amer. Fire Ins 225
Nat. UiiIqb Fire Ins 6 ...
TITLE INSURANCE STOCKS.
Col. Title Insur. 4 0
Real Estate Title Ins. ..72 0
Grapho com Sli
Graplio pfd 94 Vj
Chapin Sacks 145
D. C. Paper Mfg. Co.... 80
D. C. Paper Mfg. Co.f." . . .
Merch. Trans. & Storage 105
Mergenthalcr Lino 140
Old Dutch Market com. AYj
Old Dutch Market pfd.. 10 y,
Lanston Monotype 80
Security .Storage 200
Sec. Stge. & Safe Dept. 110
Washington Market..... 17
287s later. Nickel 36K 27X
65 Internal. Pap... 65 63K
Kan. City So... 19 19
152 Kelly-Spg. Tire. 15a 350
25i Jewel Tea z at
'36 Kennecott 36 35X
86 Lacka. Steel.... 85 MU
36JX Lee R & Tire... 3414 34
Lehigh Valley... 4 43
75 Loose-Wilies 75J 751$
61 Marine com 61! 58
Rational Wscuit i 1- 389
jfiK!fat.C.C. IS 16 X
SK Uat Xa. sKntp 83 88
National Lead.. 04 84 84
75 N-Y Central.. .. 74X W W
g Nov Con Cop....
12WSN T Air Brake..
58, New York, Dock.
34 N. X., N Ji. 4tJH. .
KC Nerfolk West. . 306K 108X 208K
88 Northern Pacific. S7X 87 87
10 OkPraRf. Oev. 10 -9 10
55K Okie City Oas... 53K 54X
64K Owaaa Sollaa.. 68K 86 66
14 Paa-AmPetpal.. 135 122 1
43X PeaaaRX..... 43X 43 43
4$ Peoples Gas' Co.. 4J 46X 46
21 Pare Marquette.. 21 21, 81
36 Phils, Coal. 35K 35 35K
65K Pittsburgh Ceal. 68 K 88 88
34 Fitts&WVa... 33 38K 33
Pitts it W.Va pf 89 80 80
75X Pleree-Arraw.... 7S) 7tH T7
Pleree-Arrow pf j6K SK
Press Steel Car. 108 98 98
28 Hr Coa Cop.... 94 98 94
MX. Ry Steel Sprgs. . 101 JftL 18i
101 RP I Steel... 301 98 mX
106 Bep Ir & SU pfd K6 105
83Ra4iatr 3 88 88
118 Retail St ores.... 117 115 116
XXX Rr.DutehN.T... KH 102 MB
24 Saxon Motor.... 26
213 Sears Xe'Mc.... 913 213 : 218
H Shattuek A. C. 14 13 14
81 Sinclair Ott 89 89 80
Oq 01000 8 8 X e fffn W Tm 9fM
110 Southern Pae... 1C9 K6 K
81 South Padflc pf. 81 81 81
26 Southern Ry.... 26 26 26
63 Sa. Rwy pf..:.. 89 89
134 Studeeaker 133 123 131
Studebakec pf . .. 121 121 121
143 Stutxleeter 144 138 144
Xff Stremserz; Cars, tfs 'A 104
47 Superior Steel.. 48 48 46
286 Texas Oe 282280 288
l3TeaaC&C 13 13 13
55 Tax.ee PaeiSc... 55 54 55
T07 Tosecee Prod... 108 104
Tobaeee, pfd... 106 1C6 106
57 Traasoont.Oir.. 56 55 56
52 United Al Steel.. 52 59 51
125 Union PaeUc 125 124 124
66 Union Pae pf... 88 88 88
31 USCIP&F.... 31 31 31
OalteaDras; 154 164 154
53 United Dr pfd "54 54 54
127 U S Rubber 126
U.S. Ruber 1 pf . 123
150 USInaAl 162
49 Ua Realty Imp... 48
As the tnaaafar of 1.38C skareea o
the stock of the Commercial Xatfteuml
Bank, owned by Frank P. Herman, to
local business seen nears coWnttoa.
it has developed today that R. GoMam
Soaaldsov, an attorney la the South
ern buihtlag. mad a dhfectoar of the
Commercial National aBnlc. baa ejulet
ly been worklsjc far sosae tinea te
bring- about the deal.
Until the transfer baa beam fairy
consummated an the other lateresta
or the men involved eompletely ad
justed, it was not thought wise ts
disclose the names of the mem wfae
are interested In the tramater of
stock. It is expected that the deal win
go laroua-n us sxteraoon. sjat that
a partial list of the laUreateat partiee
wjix oe mast pumnc manor roar.
xne transier of this stock
that "new Mood, mew life.
buatnesVVwill cosne into the revised
ergamiaaTIoa. Se far aa ceald be
leamea today, the tramaactlom aoea
not mean that the present emeers of
me earns: will give way at this
to the mew stockhMers.
The purpose of the deal, as St
explained today, is to eeater the
Commercial Natiostal, Bank fa the
hands of local buWaeas mam.
The price that wttl be paid fori the
1.38M shares of stock, it was; saM.
would be between SIM and 8300 pr
shar. Th 8.000 shares of Steele heht
by Mr. Harmaa. which were pur
chased last sarin:, were aeoarht at
35'that Uim at the rate of S100 per
The regular meetima: ef the beard
of directors of the remmercial Ma
Ueaal Bank will be heM Tharaday
afbrmoo. and whether the "new
bleed" will brims; about a rearraace
meat la the ofScers ef the lmstitmtiea
wiU be dseid at that ttate.
Mr. Harmaa. who has been .
604 from the city aati! recently, waa coa-
iernns with the preapeetive par-
WHAT WILL I
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rramasBjsm, eapm wP"
sasalay vet. 84 wit
Oat. M. at 921 ML
Sins! or Booklet C-10
L E. FIWII ft Ml
507 Maxwell M G.... 51J 43
SOU Maxwell 1st pf.. 80 79
43 Maxwell 2d pf.. 42 40
111 May Dept. Store, in 111
252' Mexican Petrol.. 253.,s244
27 Miami Con Cop. 2714 27
Montana Power 64 64
74 USSmelUbRef.. 74 73 73
HI US Steel ill 108 110
85 -Utah Copper.... 85 84 85
83 Va-Car. Chess... 83 82 82
Va-Car. Chess pf. U5 115 US'
10 Wabash JO'i
31 Wabash p A. . . . 31
12 WestMd.. 12
56 Westjasheus ... 56
83 Western Union. 84
69 White Motors... 70
16 Wh.&Lake Brie. 16
86 Wilson Inc....... 86
35 Willis Overland. 37
111 .Worth P. Ma. . . . U2X 1C?X 110
WALL STRSBT MARKBT.
NEW YORK, Oct. 14. There was a
flurry of selling at the stock market
opening- today after the double holi
day and prices declined from 1 to
ever 7 points. Steel common yielded
2 to 16H: Baldwin Loco, 2 to
141)6; Crucible Steel, 3 points to 28a;
and Bethelehem Steel B, 1 point to
The motor stocks suffered the
heaviest losses, General Motors de
clining over 7 points to 24; Stude
baker, 4A to 128K; while Pierce
Arrow, after selling up 4 to a new
high record of 79, reacted to 77.
Another investment bankers' or-f
gamwation has been added to the listt
ureaay eetaaMsaed in
p-raster Company, with
ters jn New York aad branch afScee
im Philadelphia aad Baltimore, have
opened another branch at -I7 Flf
teeath street- northwest, with T. A.
Scott Throe in charge. Mr. Thropp
is wtl known la Washington, heviaa
beea here fOf many years, and eUaahr
Wsoeiapftd with the baakiag; business
sarins; met ume. He is a director
oc tne xmpeat Matteaal Bank.
SCOUT DANGER Of
CHICAGO. Oct. 14v MU1 oeeratora
Mn the Calumet Steel dlatrfat wr
not disturbed today .by the threat of
a general nation-wide strike ia ease
the steel strike fallo, aa predloted
Saaday hi an addresa to strikimar steel
workers by B. B. Leckweed. a oW
XaaitaMe is the Maal vs.
nicie ay wnci yea caa butsbhi
late aalte a tioy sum far you
eld age. Start MOW while yei ar
strona- aaa ante to
fsjsaje of SlOCsS
4 Par Cotti JfSasttvsf
815 F St N. W.
.USHCNSLAIVD WANTS W. . I.SAX.
BRISBANE. Australia. Oct. 14
References to a reported negotiation
of a loan ef (1I.NUM In America for
Queensland were made in the Iets
nttlve aseeaably here en Friday, bat
the state treasurer sabeeaaently re
Tused either to tlSfAm or em- 4k.
HICK SCMOAL. LABfi STRIKB.
SUMM1TT, X. J., Oct. 14. Thetrihe
bee stuns; students in the high school
hers. They took yesterday It whoa
the principal refused a holiday.
lt Is a iinwlly
ntet mirfaaaes are the sale
ia the waste. We mass Bhe to
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