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THE WASHINGTON WASHINGTONEEitALDiRIDAY HERALD FRIDAY OCTOBER 26 1906
IGNORE JAP TREATY 1RETYnlifull1ians TREATYCalif TREATYaliforniaiis
Calif nlifull1ians oniiaiis Violate Terms Termsof TClnlSof TermsOf
of Co Coiiiraefc nlTttlt mtli f tll f1iAi1iiiL f1iAi1iiiLAMBASsAD9R liii 111t iica iicaAMBASSADOR c cAM1JASSAD
AMBASSADOR AM1JASSAD AMBASsAD9R R PILES ILS A 4 4WST 4WSTLalwr PROTEST PROTESTIaliur RD ST
1 1Jahur
Ialiur LcHilcrw However Dcclnrc DeclareThey Dcclnrc11luy
They 111 Inicud to 0 PuMh Fight for the thePaMago theP theInao
PaMago P 4ijlao of Law Ln Rostrletins Ru 4trlcting < Immi Immigration 1111111rdion 1inin 1iningrationAdflLllIIStrfltiOIt ¬
gration grationAdflLllIIStrfltiOIt rdion Administration Placed III IIIEU11Jalu in inliuiljarrnsslnff InIui1iarraiIng
liuiljarrnsslnff EU11Jalu n lnJ Situation by Affair AffairI AffalrLkIIS AffaIrLk
I LkIIS Lk > vusc wic of o the strong outburst of anti antiAnvrican a aptimrkan t tmTkan
Anvrican sentiment s nt1meAt in his h country the theJapanese theJapanS theJapILflfe
Japanese Ambassador Viscount Y t Aokl Aokiniadv Aoklmadt Aoklmadt
madt an earnest appeal ap eal to Secretary Root Rootyesterday Rootroll Rootyest
yesterday yest roll rday r to touae use his good goc offices in se seuring 1Ieurln e eurtng
uring urln to the Japanese residents of the thernitwl thelnltpt thenItd
rnitwl nItd States 8tat tate 8 full protection in all their theirrights theiriights
rights 1 gbt under the treaty trt > aty of MM Accord According ACCOVdlug ttO ttOiug ¬
lug to the Ambassadors mbe 6adors interpretation interpretationof
of r this agreement the Japanese children childrenre
re i e entitled to attend the public schools schoolsparts chocr choo choof
r San Lfl Frandco as well as In alt It other othtrJarts otherParts
parts Jarts of the country countryOn coufltr7On 7 7On
On th thi other hand the labOr leaders leadersin kaerin rs rsiu
in Washington Wa binstoo voiced their httention to totight totiCbt totight
tight bard for t the exclusion ad of s fJM he Jap Japmete JpeI Japtfle
mete eI immigranta along a < the same tines tinesis hne hneIs
is 1 s the restrictions ph placed against the theIhinese theththeae
Ihinese ChlJlNeTIle ththeaeTte IhineseTlie
TIle bdl which as a introduced mtothe Into Intothe Intothe
the last I at aeaawn eeM of Cvmsreaa teigre and which whichis
is i to be brought b ucbt before it ae aIn in 1 at the thenext tbenext thenext
next susaion 18 to receive re slve ft the unqvaH JIDCIIIItied jmquIIlied unqvaHtied
tied Indotsement rrl t of the AJIIer Americanratio American Fad Fadration rtratioa
ration ratio of Labor according to Thomas ThomasTracy TbomUTratT Thomasrray
Tracy of ofdat tt mu organisation orpatat orpatatVIew OTEaflIn5tIViewn
1 View of the Federation FederationThe FelleratinnTiae FCdeIUtIOHThe
The menace of Chinese labor now nowrattly nowr now4reatly
rattly r Uy allayed by the passage and en eni enf enIorcitmeet
wrcemeat f i t of the Chinese ch1u e exclusion act acthas acthats
has 11 tS len succeeded sacee by another simihir in ingeneral InraI In2enerei
general raI character but more IqOft threatening threateningni
ni I II ita possibUmeg towlt W1t the immigra immigration JlDmiFal ¬
tion l n to our shores rea and our insular tee territory tniitory teeitory ¬
ritory of a large and everincreasing everincreasingnumber everlnereaalnlllmber everIncreasIngitnnbet <
number of Japanese 1 and Korean In laortra Inortra InPorcra
ortra mUd Mr Tracy yesterday yesterdayThe yeaterclaYThe yesterdayThetmerkau
The Thetmerkau American pvbUe c sentiment against againstimmigration aaInstimmigration n nilO
immigration ilO tten of Chinese labor finds a still stitttronger untroqpr stilltroeger
tronger Juatiflcation In demanding prompt promptmd promptI
md I nd adequate measures res against the ton tonmigration 1m 1mlIIillatlOa hautigraden
migration of Japanese and Koreans on ontht onI onthk
tht I 11 grounds srowad8J
1 That the wages and living < standards ata ataI standardsif
if I f such ueh It laborers an ro dangerous and uclr must mustr
r granted recognition Idon in the United UnitedStates UaItedStatu Uutt UuttStates
States prove destructive of the American AmericanMandards AmertcaaIandards Americantndrds
Mandards tndrds m III theae the essential eaeDtialTbat respectsThat respects respectsi
i That the racial meompattbmtyas UIlGltJ be bew be beI beI
I w wen en the people of the Orient and the thenited thenl theuIted
nited nl States 81 presents a prub probtem om of race racet racesenaden racehreservat1on
reservatiem t > which it to our imperative hnperatlveiuty imperativeiuty raUvc raUvcduty
iuty to solve m ba our favor and which whichn
t 4n < n only be thus solved by a policy of ofolusk ofdU8lon ofelusIon
< < olusk elusIon dU8lonTh elusIonTh > n nThe
The Th treaty referred rd lnd to by b the Ambae Ambaesdor AJ Aeibasdur bu budo
sdor do fve iv lveg s citizens efti and subjects of tb tbJ tM tMJJ theJipan
JJ Jipan J i panes empire all the right rights r and andrivitoges andrIvikge ad adrhIN
rivitoges enjoycflby eeJed bY natives and citiaens citiaenst cttl cttlI
I t this lit country and it now seems cer ceriiin erlain cerIin
iiin Iin that m In tile exclu ExclwIon ion of the lap JapKM lapIt iapte
KM It te children from the schools of San 9aafranciseo SanFrandtleo Sanranceo
franciseo ranceo there baa really been a serious seriousifach 8eItotqJfacI seriousrach
ifach of tbe provisions of the agree agreement qree1I1l1lt agreeI ¬
ment I kilt
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Gavernuient G erHment I Is I8nil HI111mrra Iiiiibarragsed IiiiibarragsedThe arra etl etlThe e eThe
The administration a4JDba1strat Ands itself m In a pe peliarly pe peIliar17 peilIarIy
liarly > difficuH position although the theasc theTiC theat
TiC at is 1 not at all 1IIi unprecedented ed A par parIki par1kg
Iki 11 U lif0Ua4 I fooBd tit h te tIie ttlekllhIU kfittng of Italians 1 in inixmisiana InLoutaa InLoujalaua
ixmisiana Loutaa a In tttt Italy protested and d drtiujded de del1fllMkd do dol1tudt
rtiujded l1tudt sadafactton wt but all that the ad administratten adnltnluUi adiinIstrt1an
ministratten n In 1 Washington could do was wasto a an
to n can nKm the governor of Louisiana to tolake toake toke
lake ke action actionTbe 8CdonTbe actionThe
Tbe feeling fee n was ao strong hi that State StatejlKit Statelt Stateht
jlKit ht lt no jury could be found to try the thepersons tilepnons therora
persons rora implicated in the killing k It Itpurely was waspurely wasurely
purely a matter for State officials and andthe aMTh andI
the Th I he government sovermn nt In Washington wa wu pow powricaa powrI powrk
ricaa rI rk Italy was so informed formed but butlot was wast wasot
lot ot < > t satisfied sntlsfl d and the withdrawal of the theItalian theIlaliaD theTtL1ifl
Italian Minister resulted resultedThe nwult4dThe yesultedThe
The United Stakes St ies finally paid an n in inumnity inoIf4mBtyto infmitty
oIf4mBtyto umnity to the families of the dead d sd Ital Italians ItaIhms 111j4ns ¬
ians although this has never been recog recognized 1eOOClllzed pecngulzed ¬
nized by Italy as as a a satlsfaetory ntft et0r7 settte settten ettIeInf
n Inf p > > nt ntThe utThe ntThe
The ease of the exclusion of Japanese Japanesehildren 1 1hlldftll JapaneseI
I hildren from California schools is Men MenMeal Jdeonkal Ideaieal
Meal MealTheee
AHger L Is Groning GroningT rowing rowingfhe
T Theee is no concealment coneepiment t in WaaWnv WaaWnvuii W Whll
uii 0 of the fact that tlaataa an antiAmerican antiAmericanBtiment anttAJaerlcaattlllntw antiAmericanatIment
Btiment attlllntw to rapidly growing owIng m In Japan JapanAt Jnt
At t the Japanese Embawy Bm mbe It is 1 saId Id that dlatI thatle thatthe
the I he people of Japan do not understand vnderstandthat 1IBdentaDdthat understandI
that I I iat the discrimination against Japanese Japanesei Ja Jajg
i jg s confined to only one locality in the ther theinked
inked r nited States StateaThe stataThe StatesThe
The protest of the Ambassador Am to Sec Secretary Secrtary Seer4ry ¬
retary Root was more mo or less informal informalI lnfOl1BBIhut InformalIut
I hut tut nevertheless It brings llrinp the matter Datter up upWBATHEE upWEATHER upWEATHER
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done 101 Tm tie tk Ambaswdor Aftt1M lI1DI Cold Mr ROot Hootthat ROotthAt Roottlt
that hht people p at t borne would mimRder mimRderstand mlMlndlratand misanderstand
stand the anuatton and he spoke of the thefeeling tltefeeUD6 thefeeling
feeling already aroused arousedJapaiiM arousedJnh1nnM MUIIedJupnnN
JapaiiM Iti Ulltbt ht AiTcctcd AiTcctcdIf
If I t the facts concernin concerning the exclusion exclusionof excl exclof
of a children from trollllhe mthe tbe schoota oC San Fran Frandaco Fra Fractaeo Freildice
dice are as have been l reported there thereseems t1tereSMma thereseems
seems to beno M DO doubt that Japans treaty treatyrights tit1rights JrlfIab
rights have been n affected The treaty tlM at ofUN atJIfl at1W
UN deals d dea with the rights of cfthwna elt of ofeither oteltJter ateitler
either eoatttlft contracting party PArt in the thef terrltswy terrltswyof teITIt8tTeftJIe
eftJIe of f the other In Its first article It ItIn says saysin ISISIn
in part partThe partrile partTbe
The citizens or subjects of each of the thetwo thetw thetwo
two tw high contracting parties shall have havefull baefull havefull
full liberty H1Hrt to eater trawl or Or reside in inany tnany inany
any nan of the territories of o the other othercontracting otherCOfttraeu othercontraeILlg
contracting COfttraeu party MUty and shall enjoy full fulland fullanet fulland
and perfect protection for their persona personaand personSand non nonaad
and property S S In whatever relates rekuesto reJat reJatto relatesto
to rights rl l of residence and travel the citi citiaens ettlwho cliimoe
aens who are subject of eae mcli ach contracting contractingparty eGfttractl eGfttractlparty contractingparty
party shall enjoy in the th territories t1terles of ofthe otthe ofthe
the other th the same 1M x Itrivtlf lwIVil4IS riviM t liberties libertiesand IlberUnand libertiesand
and rights and shall hall b 1M subject to no nohigb nohtclMr nohigher
higb higher r imposts fm or charges rges In theee re resptcts re retbaa reipsets
sptcts than native OVe eitisens or subjects subjectsor
or citisens or subjects bjectll of the most fa favored f fYOM favored ¬
vored nation nationFonlke uatiOllFoullic imtIoaFoiilke
Fonlke KitllonlcMAntlJnp nhllonlcH tat1Jnp Talk TalkW TnlkW Polkw
W D Foulke FO 1K formerly a member m of the theCivil theCIVIl theCivil
Civil Service Coramlaalon COIIUI IIOll baa just J re retorned n nt Yeturned
turned t from a trip abroad He depre deprecates depreeatell dopercatss ¬
cates the antiJapanese sentiment which whichhaa whkhbq whichbaa
baa been fomented In California In an aninterview aD1en1ew anIntervIew
interview here yesterday yeat he said saidTo said1To
To 0 attempt attcm to destroy the traditional traditionalfriendship traditionalrrielldHip traditiOnalfriondikip
friendship between Japan and America AlnericneNU8 is isungenerous Isungenerous
ungenerous neNU8 and unpatriotic and it be become be beCOIIIt becomet ¬
come COIIIt comet not only absurd ab QnI but butwhen dangerous dangerouswhen dangerouswhen
when we consider eon ldfor the t he present position Uoa of oftbe ofthe ofthe
the two countries in respect to the Far FarEast FluEast FtuEast
East and to the future commerce of the thePacific thePact thePacific
Pacific Pact in regard to which we entertain entertainsuch entertainsuch atertabtaucb
such nattering aatte hopea hopeaERAKCE MpetLFRANOE h pes pesP1tA1CE
ERAKCE WATCHING W 4TOHllfG CLOSELY CLOSELYDiplomat CLOSELYDillouatH CLOSELYDIPlonlatn
Diplomat Discuss Possibility of ofjRpnhcMbAiiicrlcaii orJRIU ofJtinncscAiuerlcnn
jRpnhcMbAiiicrlcaii JRIU 1 iccAI lcrfcan Var VarParis nr nrParI nrParts
Paris ParI Oct 2i SoThe The news a agencies enclea DCIe have havefrom b havefrom e efrom
from time to time lately brought word on of oftbe oftbe ofthe
tbe differences between Japan sod oId the theUnited thelnited theUnited
United States In greater ter or less detail detailintimating detailIntlmattnc detailIntimating
intimating that they the might result ult In an anarmed anarmed anarmed
armed chub c between tee the two countries countriesGreater countriesGreater countriesGreater
Greater Greater stress was w laid upon the alleged allegedstrained a1IepcIstn allegedstrained
strained relations today on account of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the resignation a of Midshipman KttagaJU KttagaJUfrom KItapJdtJoaa ICitagakifrom
from Annapolis but aside from t the news newsreports Dewareports newsreports
reports information has reached Influen Influential inauenttal Influential ¬
tial quarters uaflers here tending t DClI to indicate teate seri serious now ¬
ous anxiety to learn whether there to real realdanger realr restdanger
danger r of an early y conflict between the theYankees theYankees theYankees
Yankees of ° fth the East and West WestIt W WIt Westit
It is quite possible OAt bic that the condition of ofFrance ofFraace ofFinsce
France in the prevent mtsettled state with witha
a new ministry just coming Into being beingmay Woe11I7 beingmay
may account for f r tb t desire In powerful powerfuland poWftfuiancI powerfuland
and usually uvua1l weninformed circles drcl to know knowail knowall knowall
all that may may be learned as to the Japa JapaneseAmerican JapaDe8eA1MfIcu1 JapaneaeAmerlctn ¬
neseAmerican situation but whatever the thereason tbereuon thereason
reason reuon It is certain inquiries have been beenpersistent beenpenJfieftt beenpersistent
persistent today and questions are ask asked uked askied ¬
ed not only aa to superftcial probabilities probabilitiesbut probabiUtIesbut
but regarding the possible ability of Ja Japan Japan J Jpan ¬
pan to withstand the financial strain of a awar awar awar
war with the United Sfates The pecu peculiarly pecuIIaJV pecuIlsxIy ¬
liarly happy relations of f England and the theUnited theUulted theUnited
United States and Japan and DeI France add addto addto addto
to the comptteaUone plkaU0n8 of the war problem problemwhich probIetawhicb problemwhich
which the anxious ones are contemplat contemplating ecatesaplatlug tepIat tepIatJnc ¬
lug ingIt
It is I only fair to say that sober opinion opinionregards opIaIoaeprde opinionleganla
regards a war between Japan and the theCoked theCaked theCaked
Caked States as ridiculously tidIcuIou y improbable improbablebo Improbablethl
b bo this feeling has not been so strong strongas RIOhto <
as to prevent great men of France from fromtaking fromtkInc traintaking
taking measures today to obtain the best bestInformation bestInfonaatloa beatinfonnatlon
Information as to what the Immediate Immediatefuture JmmecJtatefuture Immediatefuture
future has in store The Ulterior amity amitybetween amitybetween amitybetween
between Japan and the United States Statafxpeet is isexpected Isexpected
expected fxpeet to be sufficient to throw Into Intoobscurity JatootIecurity Intoobscurity
obscurity any an momentary friction which whichmight wblcbm whichmight
might m t be encouraged e for personal rea reasons reabyUle teaSons ¬
sons by byUle the dissatisfied elements but It Itto ItIs ItIs
Is only 001 just In chronicling chroo1cH developments developmentsm clev tw twin
m in the diplomatic and nd political worlds orIeIs to tosay toay toISI
say that discussion lon in tbe actively acttvebpar acttvebparUaJReDtaJy par parliamentary parllamentary ¬
liamentary circles In France has reached reachedthe reacbedthe reachedthe
the alag stage where the t ability of o Japan to toraise tora toraise
raise a loan and where Englands friend friendship friend8btp friendship ¬
ship for the United States and her in influence In Inftuetace Inftuence ¬
fluence as the intimate adviser adv of Japan Japanhave Japanhave Japanhave
have been freely freE ly considered CO sldelEd pro and con conWAtfTS coqWANTS cegWANTS
WANTS POACHERS PUNISHED PTTNISEEDStute PUNISHEDState 1UTNISHEDState
State Department Auk Asks Mikado to toDisoipliac toDIIoiJinc toDISOlll1ilC
Disoipliac Them ThemThe ThcmTbe TitezitThe
The State St Department Y partment ment ha b made a de demand de demaDd domend ¬
mend on onthe the Japanese Jap a government for the thepunishment theJIIIdJII thepunIshment
punishment of those Japanese J apaae ashermen ashermenwho abenDftIwbe shermenwho
who escaped capture by the ofUcers odcer of oftb oftile ofthe
tb tile United States during the recent raids raidsof raJcJaf raidsof
of Japanese e poacher pG8h on tbe seal rook rookeries JWkenes rookcries ¬
cries at St Paula Pau Island l Alaska This Thisaction Thlaaction Thisaction
action by the United Ul ttCI States will probably probablybe
be a complete surprise to Japan which whichhad whichbad blcll blcllhad
had rather considered this country on the thedefensive thedefeulve thedefensIve
defensive because of the killing of several severalof aftillof severalof
of the Japanese poachers poachersTn
Tn the representations repftRntaUonllmade made by the theState theState theState
State Department Deper De t to Japan attention attenUolaeaIIecI is iscalled Iscalled
called to the fact that these robberies of ofthe orthe ofthe
the sea rookeries rooke constitute a distinct distinctviolation dl8tmctviolation distinctviolation
violation of treaty right TIghtI and are a as aswell aswell aswell
well well an invasion of American territory
The State Department make it clear clearthat cleartIDt clearthat
that it does doe not n oeaaarity < > l1ty desire severe severepuntefaroeat veteMU1IIIIuDtID jevepepunishment
punishment for the poachers who whocaped es escaped escaped ¬
caped but is anxious that the Japanese Japanesegovernment Jap Japanesegovernment ne ecovellUDeltt
government take some OmO action which win winbe winbe willbe
be a reeqgnlOon reeG of tbe fact that the theJapanese tbeJnese theJapanese
Japanese fishermen violated treaties be between between between ¬
tween this country and Japan JapanWANT JapanWANT JapanWANT
WANT JAP r BOY REINSTATED REINSTATEDCountrymen REINSTATEDCOllutrmcn REINSTATEDCountryziieii
Countrymen Bring Snit Against the theFrisco tlaeJ1riHco thePrisco
Frisco School Hoard HoardSan Dourl1SaIl IioarhSan
San Francisco co Cal Oct 25 5stePS Steps were weretaken weretakea weretaken
taken by Japanese residents of tbe city cityI citytoda7 citytoday
I today to teat the legality l ty of the action acttonof actionor
I of the ached beet board In excluding < Japan Japanese JapanMe Japanme ¬
Me frim tr m the public schools ol8 A tempo temporary teIftpOJIUY tempomel ¬
mel restraining < order was issued by byJudge byJ byJudge
Judge J Morrow in the raited States Cir Circuit Clrcuit Ciruit ¬
cuit uit Court restraining JWtralnln the school board boardfrom boudfrom boardfroiii
from removing nIROVI a Japanese Ja boy from fromI flOllPaclftc fromPaclOc
I Pacific Heights Kel by a school beard order orderThis onIPrThill orderThis
This step st throws the whole matter into intoI latothe lawtbe
I the United States court c and a final finaldecision ba1tIechJIoaof ftnaldecision
decision tIechJIoaof of tbe court will be required requiredMice reqUiredice requirediiec
Mice iiec ice Start Small PI Fire FireMiN FireMle re reMice
Mice Mle < scratching inside the wainscoting wainscotingat
at t the Florence Crlttenton Home 2tt 21 Third Thirdstreet TIIJnIstleft mintstreet
street northwest yesterday y afternoon afternoonstarted aftfrnoorcetarted afternoonstarted
started 4 fire that tba t earned a loss of ofNo D DNo 10 10No
No one was injured but bu there tbes was eon contderabie eonlderal eonkIerabIe
tderabie le excitement until it waa seen seenthat lIMntltat seenthat
that th there fe was no danger The g gpony r com company ¬
pony 1 rotef r responded ond d promptly and soon bad hadthe badtile badthe
the Maze Mrtingulsbed The fire brake brakeout lmIIIteout brokeout
out on the third floor oor and WM exfem exfemantsbed uda1rIth calm calmbed
antsbed bed with chemicals chemicalsVhniM ebem1caJenntH chemicalsVnint
VhniM nntH Divorce ami and Child ChildAddie ChUrlAddie ChildAddle
Addie H H Brann rann filed suit for divorce divorceagainst divorceagainst OICe OICeap
ap against I8t Berlin G t Brann in the District DistrictSupreme DlRrIctSnpreme DistrictSupreme
Supreme Court yesterday charging cba cruel crueland crueland cruetand
and inhuman treatment and desertion desertionand de3eruonand desertionand
and failure to support The couple were weremarried wtJemarried weremarried
married December 17 l 1962 1 hiU and there is one onechild onechild onechild
child the custody utoo of which Is asked for forby forby fatby
by the th petitioner petitioneras petitioneriVs tltlon r rIts
Its Safea Safe
as a welt as profitable to topo de deposit deposit ¬
posit po lt your our money in this bank bankWere bankere bankere
Were ere under government super supervision superislon supervision ¬
vision islon th same as national nationalbanks nationalbank nationalbanks
banks 3 prr lr cent Interest paid paidon paidn paidon
on n savings Hit vlngs accounts One dol dollar dollar dollar ¬
lar will start an account account3vinj 8eoountCITIZENS aceUntCITIZENS
CITIZENS CITIZENSSavings CITIZENSSavings
Savings 3vinj s Bank Bank t 140GfIYb 140GfIYbBtRd < 06KY 8M
dVSiigS KdntBMd BtRd Btftftez Btftftezinterest 84Htdi 84Htdia
3 a interest on Savings Accounts Accountsinterest AlCOtWtllinterest AccountsInterest
interest on Checking Accounts AcceantsJ
J
SERVED WITH iTll WRITS WRITSSchool WRITSSeiool
School Board Must MllstAppearill MllstAppearillSnit Appear in inSuit iiiSuit
Suit Filed FilccllJY by Cardoza Cardozaj Cal CardozaItEw loza
j 1 1NEW i ijfEW
NEW TEACHERS APPOINTED APPOINTEDMany APPOINTEDJnu
Jnu Many Trni Jrnnrcr i fer > c nUll nnt PromotlonH An Announced Announceal Aunouneeti ¬
nounced In Present Corps and Res Resignations Re Refgnnttun RenIguntlone ¬
ignations Accepted eccltellAttorne Attorney aic aicXnmnrn Jlcnl11nrn McNnziiarn
Xnmnrn nl11nrn Gives Advice llcjcnrdlnj llcjcnrdlnjAuthority UeJnrlUngAutl1orU itegnedingAuthorIty
Authority Autl1orU to Hold Secret Meeting MeetingAccording iIcctingA MeetingAccordnto
According A Accordnto iaCto to the statement male by At Attorney A Atotney Attorney ¬
torney McNamara to whom the school schoolboard schoolboRnl schoolboard
board turned for advice concerning meet meetIngs metIng meetlogs
logs of the body that can legally be held helQIn heldIn heldin
In secret the law covering th tho matter matterstates m mfttterstates t tstat
states stat that all meetings shall hall be open to totbe tolhe tothe
the public except ex committed inaotlnga inaotlngadeaHng meoUnSidealt meetingudealing
dealing dealt with the appointment of taaeh taaehcrs thHZ teashes
crs es This Tb he says is as a much aftawer aftaweras ftwerbe
as a be believes 1 it possible po to Had HadTh 1ludThis tudTh8
Th Th8 This statement was made mad at Ute tl maatlng maatlngof
of the board yesterday Y88t y at which bleh nppoint nppointments tppolntJIIftIt ttppolntmeats
meats were made to the learning corps corpsand COt COtADd COrand
and resignations tran transfers and learea lea of ofabsence ofab ofabsence
absence acted upon The TIleon session held in inFranklin InFraoklln InFranklin
Franklin School was a lengthy one and anda
a huge ata < e volume of routine business was at attended attended attended ¬
tended to by the members membersEarly membenEariyln membersEarly
Early Eariyln In the session the members of the theboard theboard theboard
board were served servedlndIrklUahly individually 1nc1t rid aJly by a depu deputy deputy deslty ¬
ty marshal t8ba1 with subpoenas to t appear be before be before before ¬
fore Justice Anderson A and show cause causewhy eatIHwby causewhy
why a writ of mandamus naked by Fran Francis Francia Franeta ¬
cia L 1 Cardosa tbe deposed colored princi principal prtnetgal principal ¬
pal abeaM not JMKOn issue issueOn IssueOn
On motion J of Capt Oyster 0 the matter matterwas matterwas matterwas
was referred to Mr McNamara lo amant to act aa aaattorney aaattOrney asattorney
attorney attOrney for the board rei The htttar know knownothing knownot knewnothing
nothing not of his selection last evening and andstated andstated andstated
stated he could give no outline of the ac action action actian ¬
tion he would take He stated however howeverthat howeverthat howeverthat
that he does not believe it probable that thatthe Utatthe thatthe
the board will ask for a contlnuajwe of ofthe f fthe ftbe
the case cue and that so far as a he is person personally perwttJIy personally ¬
ally JIy concerned he will not notThe JaOtThe notThe
The meeting was called to order at atoclock 4 4oclock 4oclock
oclock and nd Dr Chancellor called to the theattention tb8atteatJonoC theattention
attention atteatJonoC of o the board the congested COD con condition COftdlUon condiLlon ¬
diLlon of the Eastern High IIIII School and andpointed andpointed 116 116poIated
pointed out the advisability dY laDlnlY of transfer transferrim traMfer80IIIe transferring
rim ring some of the tbePUpI pupils The matter matte mattereferred was wasreferred trasretorted
referred to the committee CGIIall ttee on bulldinse ballcHIateAtteftttoR buftdlncAttention bulldinseAttention
Attention was also called to the good goodwork 8OOdwork eod eodwik
work befog done by the truant officers It Itbeing Itbein itbeing
being stated that in the Tenth division divisionalone dlflBlonalone divisionalone
alone the attendance e was 5M greater this thisyear ttaItIyear thisyear
year than last lastAn IutAn lastAn
An extemporaneous discussion cU on foot football football football ¬
ball was provoked by tbe presentation to totbe totbe tothe
tbe members of the board of season tickets ticketsto ttcketlto
to the ammes gaines of the high school team teaJDfary teamsXary teamMary
Mary C Terrell declared that if she bad badher badher badher
her way she e would rule the horrid game gameout IIWMout gatosout
out of the schools and that she wonM wonMrather wou4rather woudrather
rather see a prInt 11 fight any day dayA dayA dayA
A motion was ratified to empower the themilitary tbemilltary themilitary
military committee to give a bond to totbo 10tbo totho
tbo Quartermasters Department t of the thearmy thearmy thearmy
army for tile preservation ryadoa and care careKragJorgeitseu of ofNt 0Kr
Nt Kra Kr KragJorgeitseu < Jorg Jo nsen rides to replace th thold tIaold the theold
old Springfield model that baa bean re returned re retunaecl returned ¬
turned This ThIllC action OR waa w necessary under 1IIIderthe underthe undertbe
the regulations repIatJoaaCJann regulationsChiangea regulationsClinnpres
Clinnpres CJann e In Cadet Corps CorpsThe CorpsThe CorpsThe
The following changes c were made de in the thecadet thet thecadet
cadet t corps of the McKinley Manual MaaualT1aIIIm5 ManualTraining ManualTraining
Training School on recommendation uf ufthe tJtthe utthe
the military committee committeeTo
To be battalion adjutant with the rank rankof raakof rankof
of first lieutenant E C C Wann Wa vice C CM CK CL
M K L Davis Da DaTo restgueTo resigned resignedTo
To be battalion qnartermaateA quar with w4thrank wttknuak withrank
rank of first lieutenant Ml M lL Brjbrty BrjbrtyIt Drrty Drrty1t 11F 11FIt
It was announced that the song IOn > books booksthat 1tootbat booksthat
that created creat d such uch a stir at Tuesdays Tasgdaysmeeting TUWda7nc Tuesdaysmoetng
meeting nc would be sold ad by local dealers dealersat d dat dealersat
at an introductory t price of 91 cents ce t unt untJanuary saIl saIlJanuary tiJ
January 1 1987 when tbe regular price priceof priceof pilesof
of 85 cents would prevail prevailA
A letter was received from rom Superb Superintendent Superttelldet Superbtendeat ¬
tendent Elliott Woods Woeda of the Capitol CapitolBuilding CapitolDulIdID tapltolBuilding
Building recommending that tbe board boardready 1 or4for boardc
c for an Increase of 15 on tile tileakeMy thealready
already ready allotted to the high school labom labomtoriea Ja JatorIM labomtories
tories toriesThe i iThe
torIMThe
The following < were recommended as asspeakers a aapeaken asspeakers
speakers In the public course of lectures lecturesto eeturea eetureato
to be held at the M Street II High School SchoolMrs ScIIooICoralie SchoolItrs
Mrs CoraHe F Cook November 3 JI Dr DrJ DrJ DrJ
J R It Wilder November 27 i Dr L L R RKlemm R RXIemt8 itXJemm
Klemm December D S Rev U G B BWeree BNoveber BPierce
Pierce November f Rev Walter Wall H HBrooks JoL JoLBrooks ILBrooks
Brooks November U JJ and C S S SMppen SMppento
to act as usher usherTransfers usherlrnl1fer usheriraiisfers
Transfers Made 3adcFollowing MadeFollowing Indc IndcFoUowtnc
Following transfers were mad madMiss Ia1U nisdc nisdcMiss
Miss 1U KMe Sanders from third UdrdFIrst grade gradeFirst gradeFirst
First division to physical culture depart departrnent departmesat department
rnent at same salary effect e ect on October Octoberat Oetober1J8I OctoberMiss
at ISM ISMi 1J8Ixs
i Miss J E Dyer teacher of third grade gradefrom gradsfrom e efrom
from Sixth to First division at same sal salary salary ndarT ¬
ary effective e October X DM DMMfaw JIllM 1151Mba
Mba M C A A Graft Orafl teacher first rst grade gradefrom bT8 gradsfrom e efrom
from Seventh to Fourth division lon at same samei samesalary me me1ar7
i salary 1ar7 effective e ttve November 1 Ifpolntmen IMS IMSAppointments 155Gat
at Appointments AppointmentsMiss PP olnim en tit titM s sMiss
Miss M Florence H Noaek a normal grad graduate bradute graduate ¬
uate as teacher teaeb r of first grade Fourth di division di division division ¬
vision November 1 1 Assigned to class cia ciat 2 2at 2at
at t HW per annum annumMtaa an annumMiss um umX
Miss SallIe V Lacy a normal grad graduate nraduate gradnate ¬
uate as teacher of first grade de Seventh Seventhdivision SeventhdtvIakN Seventhdivision
division November 1 AssIgned to class clusat classat
2 at JfM 4N per annum annumMiss annumItliss
Miss 11 Mary D Dowling DowU a normal grad gradt gIMuate gradsate
t uate as teacher of o second grade de Eighth EI EIghthdivision tb
division November 1 Assigned AaMI to class classat
2 at MM per annum annumR annumR annumR
R V Gardner as teacher class 1 at atKK atr
KK 3 per r annum Anattm and as clerk and ex exchange cxchange x xcbane ¬
change operator O In office of board of edu education educatton education ¬
cation October 22 22Mlms 2Mids 2 2MIs
Mlms MIs Mabel G Rklgate RkI te 3519 Corcoran Corcoranstreet COnraJtftet COreoranttreet
street northwest nortbwest aa substitute sub titute teacher in ingraded iacWd I Igraded
graded cWd schools assistant a supervisors Mlp lVtolB and andcaretakers andcaretakers andcaretakerg
caretakers In school playgrounds playgroundsAssistant playgrounckA playgroundsA4sIstahlt
Assistant A hltU11t Snpcrvlnor SnpcrvlnorKaue SnperJsmrlCKaae SuperviRorsKatse
Kaue Young Beulah M 1 Price Virginia VirginiaTurtle Yll1tnlaTurtle VirginiaTurtle
Turtle Eva Whitxelt W1Iitzell Ella S So Price May
V L Lewis wls Maria H H Ersklne K W IV Mal Jialcrha Malcelia 1IaJCf1w
celia J L B Davis Day L I i Russell J j jHenderson JI1elMlezw Ir
Henderson ° ° A A L L Season Beuon and Isadore laadoreFIanI7 A AHardy ACaretakers
Hardy r
FIanI7Cnretakerc
Caretakers CaretakersRobert CnretakercRobert CaretakersRobort
Robert Anmmnn G P Wllliama W1111a C C L LWltherow LWltJterftw LWithereiw
Wltherow A A DnvaK J N Rogers Hor Horace Horace Norace ¬
ace Gaines James Hunter J 1 P Johnson JohnsonJames Job JobJames JohnsonJames
James Aahton W P Cannon and M 11Den W WDean W WDean
Dean DeanDr DeanDr
DenDr
Dr W M Phelps USher at the free lee kscturca leeturca icctures
turca at Public Library at 2 per r night nightfor ulbbtfor nightfor
for nights al ts actually employed employedMiss eMpioYe6Mia employedMiss
Miss Ella F Price as teacher tea of night nightschool 1If nightschool t tschool
school October 2 2C t tC 24 24C
C F Prick Janitor at Public Library Libraryat
at Jl 1 per night for nights actually cm cmployed canJ Galplayed
played ployedMrs J Io7ec1In playedMrs
Mrs Uscie Carroll CanoII janitresv of Ana Anacostla Anscostla n noostta
costla Road RoadTentathc School SefaooLTentative SchoolTentative
Tentative Appointments AppointmentsTentative Alloll1lUcrTfntAUve AipoiitfjucrtsTentative
Tentative appointment wore approved approvedas
as follows foHowsAline foBo1Alloe followsAUnt
AUnt Sheey teacher of f first eot grade gradeEleventh gradeEleventh le leEleventh
Eleventh division at 9M SSS per annum nn from fromOctober fromOctober fromOctober
October Octoberbrgaret 1 1Margaret 2 2Mirgaret
Margaret Oorand temporary teacher cher ot otphysical otph ofphysical
physical ph l culture at ti 190 per annUm from fromSeptember fromS fromSeptember
September S tmbM 24 24Isabel IIsabel 24Isabel
Isabel Myrth temporary teacher fourUthird fourth fourtlithlrd fourththird
third grade Sixth division dlYl fon at ii f5 per an annum annum anawn ¬
num from October 1 1Isaac 1lBaAC 1Isaac
Isaac Vesaell caretaker at I 4 i per permonUi permon permona
mona mon from September If 11 189 189C JM8 JM8C JDOSC
C W V Burroughs temporary t tOQ teho tehoMcKinley whor whorMcKinley hl1r hl1rMcKlnJe
McKlnJe McKinley Manual Training SChool nt at5G
968 906 5G per annum a num from October OctoberRichard 4 4Richard 4Richard
Richard Harper and Spencer Greene Greenejanitors qrool1janitors Greenejanitors
janitors at t l 128 and 900 per annum re respectively reapeetlvely respectlvely ¬
spectively from September 14 and Sop Saatember Sa Satember Soptember
tember 22 t respectively respectivelyErnest TfsJ respectivelyErniet tCtItly tCtItlyEntst >
Ernest Plum caretaker from rom Septom Septomber SQpt SQpt1J Septopeberl
ber berl berlB 13 131C 1JE
1C r 1 Jackson C A 4 Lacey Reboote Reb
Kettler and C H Jackson caretakers caretakersfrom coretnkcrsrom caretakersfront
from rom September IS ISW 1i 1iW iSw
W A A Fair temporary teacher from fromOctober fromOctober fronOctober
October 8 8Nora 3Nora iNora
Nora Ready caretaker from October 15 13MatUe 15fatUe 15ratue
MatUe fatUe Young Youn janitor from September L LPromotions LPron1ot 1 1Promot
Pron1ot Promotions PromotionsPromotion Iou IouPromotJons bits bitsPromotions
Promotion approved as a follows follows3L fo1JovsM followsil
3L M C C Pimpftr teacher Sixth OIveon OIveonfrom atv 3ivieionfrom on onfrom
from seeoad to third grade clHsa cls 2 to toclass tola tolasa
class la 3 411 to 71 p per r annum from Octo Octobor O Octabur to tobor
bor 28 28Ida 2 2ral 2 2ide
Ida ral Harwal teacher Fourth division divisionfrom 11lstonfrom divisionfrom <
from first to titled grade clage cia Ca S S to claaa claaam c1i
3 3 m to im per annum from from Novem November November Noventher ¬
ber 1 iMaud 1Maud 1Mattel
Maud While teacher Fourth division divisionfrom < Hvte0nfrom lvtsf n ntom
from first to second grade same me salary salaryfrom 8fl1llryfrom 55J1U7rein
from rein November 1 IMargaret 1Margaret 1Margaret
Margaret Adams teacher Itlghth divi division dlylslon diyiaba ¬
aba from fourth to fifth grade class classX clas clasI clQsto
X to class 4 4 tI1i fl ffS to W9 per annum unu from fromNovember fromNovember fromNovember
November 1 1D 1D1 1D
D D1 Si K Mahoney teacher Blghth Ighth divi division c1ivISian hl hlIon ¬
Ion > from second to third gradtr rtd daw dawS clauto
S to etas chi clue 2 a fOi 109 to 078 IS per annum from fromNovombar tromNovomber frontNovember
November 1 1JF 1J 1J
JF J P Dugmn Eighth mfg tb division frqm rQJ first firsttQ fiNttQ firsttQ
tQ second grAde rde same me salary from No November NovtQlber November ¬
vember 1 1Jessie IJessio
Jessie 1Braears Brashears teacher t cMr Second divi division division dlvisboit ¬
sion sion from first to second grade at same samesalary samesalary me meSalary
salary from October IS ISO
0 K ShoW janitor Franklin night nightschool nlgblschool bightschool
school from tM 199 to 2 2 per night nlhtO
0 IL H Jackson Janitor from 45 l to toper tt9 355petS tt9per
per annum tranafered from Anaoostla Anaoostlaroad Ailacostlaroad naeosttarood
road school to Benning Ben School from No November November November ¬
vember 1 1
llcnicrnatlons llcnicrnatlonsResignations RcsignntiOilsResignations
I
Resignations R were accepted an follows followsMiss followsIt followsMiss
Miss It E B L L I Erb teacher of fifth ttk grade gradeEighth grademghth gradeEighth
mghth Eighth division lon at t M per annum u from frotnNovember f fNovr fromNovember
November 1 1Miss L Lon 1ues
Miss on ues Anna C Bright teacher second ceeondgrade MeOtH1grade secondgrade
grade Fourth liourthdtvtalon division front November NovemberRobert NOVSfltbeYRobert J JRotMrt
Robert G Peters Janitor at Bennlng BennlngSchool Bellnln BellnlnSchool BenningSchool
School from November L LLeave 1 1Lean 1Leave
Leave of absence b granted grantedMiss grantedJiu grantedUas
Miss Uas Ruth M Oberly teacher of physi physical physical ¬ I Ica1
cal culture in l grades three months com commencing eommeadac cornmencbug ¬
mencing October Oct OctoberGARDOZASUFS r S SCARDOZAS SCARDOZASUES
CARDOZASUES CARDOZAS DBS SCHOOL BOARD BOARDAppeals BOARDAppeals BOARDAppeals
Appeals for Mandamus to Compel CompelHis CompelHis Compelhis
His Reinstatement KeinstatemeniDcolarcs ReinstatementDcolnrcl ReinstatementDcohnrca
Dcolarcs in Complaint the Hoard HoardIllegally UOl1ralUeluUy HoardIllegally
Illegally Denied Him a Trial or orHenri orlIenrlng orHearing
Hearing Henri H fC to Defend Himself HimselfNaming II himselfNaming I mlclf mlclfN
Naming N Admiral Oaorge W haled dairdpresident IkJrdt haledpresdtat
president t Oliver J Ji bf Atwood John I F FCook JrCook FCook
Cook William W V Cox Barton W Bv X9er ver vermann r rmann
mann 0 Justine 1 R R Hill Ellen Spencer 3m 3msey X Xy Maesoy >
soy y James F F Oyster and Mary C Tar Terrell TMn Tarrell ¬
rell n members melD of the board of education educationas educationdetendaAta
as defendants Francis L L Cardosa for formerly tOtmerly foemar17 ¬
merly supervising principal of the TIdY Thirteenth TbIrlMnth TIdYtesnth ¬
teenth division of the public schools of ofthis ofth18 ofthis
this city yesterday appealed to the DIe District DIetrlct Dietrlct ¬
trlct Supreme Court for a writ of mends mandamne mendsmisc
mne 02 to compel the board of education to torestore torestore torestore
restore him to his position tIaa from which be beclaims beclahna beclaims
claims be was deposed because of alleged allegeddisloyalty allegeddisloyalty ed edtIWoyalt
disloyalty to his superior Assistant Supt SuptMontgomery SUptIOAtsoeMlJ SuptMontgomery
Montgomery MontgomeryA
A role requiring < the school board to toshow 18IIbow toshow
show cause Friday November No X i why wh the thewrit thewr1t thewrit
writ of mandamus psi4s should 8bouIdJIa7ed net issue aa aaprayed asjira
prayed jira for was issued by Justice Ander Anderson AnderlU Mer MerSOD ¬
son lU yesterday to whom the petition peUdoaprnenled was waapresented waspreaente
presented presentedAfter prnenledAfter preaenteAfter
After setting forth the history of the tbelegislation theIel8latlon thelegislation
legislation giving the appointing power to tothe totbe tothe
the justices of the District Supreme Supr Court Courtto Cowtto Courtto
to name the members of tbe board bo of ofeducation ofe4ucat1oa ofeducation
education and the appointment pPoantMedt of the theiwccejtt theineMat
UMtKn
iwccejtt board ito deduction decIIRp Kn1M Mrs MrsJifrtv MrLsoiiee
soiiee histewer 1M te SI1ttiuD Mttqa of ofM ofrL
Jifrtv rL jaten Ilea spsh Sfw MUasef M hihis to tocher b rthe pfciee pfcieetbe plecethe
the declaration oa Informs the court e of the theselection tMlect1ola theselection
selection lect1ola of William Will E Eo Chancellor and andhto aMhis andhis
his acceptance of the office of superin superintendent superbatendent perta pertateadeDt ¬
teadeDt tendent and of WbttteM S Montgomery Montgomeryaa OfttgoJM17the
aa the assistant superintendent for color colored coIore coloreel ¬
ed schools e It to the contention of Mr MrCardoaa MrCardoa Mrcardota
Cardoaa that his denoaal to illegal u ba bacanse be beuse because
cause use he was dented the right and DeI privi privilege prlvSIe4re privilee ¬
lee of trial after fter charges had been pre preferred Pftf profetTed ¬
ferred f against him himHe at atHe hintHe
He asks a a the court to determine as mat matter matter mattsr ¬
ter of tow Ia w that be still UuI to a teacher In tee tnepublic teeMIWIe toepublic
public schools c towit supervising petit principal prtDctpaI petitct ¬
cipal ct and as a such entitled to all the therights theliPD therights
rights dignities privileges prI and emolu emoluments ew ou1AeDta emolumeuts ¬
ments of that office aile The petitioner Mr MrCardosa Mrtrdaa r rCan1ou
Cardosa controverts the position taken tak by bythe bythe bythe
the board of education that no charges chargeshaa ebalS ebalSbaG chargpebaa
baG been preferred against t him blm and that thathto thatbis thathis
his dismissal was for the good bf the ser service ller llerTlce icrvice ¬
vice Cardoca csrdi sets out In detail the In Interviews Interview Interviews ¬
terviews be had with the superintendent superintendentMr nt ntMr
Mr Chancellor CbaDeeI the charge c that he Mr MrCardosa MrCar Mrcrdoza
Car bad written an anonymous com communication commualeattoa cornmunbeatlon ¬
munication to a local newspaper nesp per the at attempt attempt t ttemiK ¬
tempt to prove the authorship by b compari comparison oompanson camparlson ¬
son with his handwriting resulting in an analleged analle analleged
alleged ed statement by Or Chancellor to Afr AfrCardoaa 2arCardona r rCarcIoaa
Cardoaa October er 17 T to this effect I Ishall 1hall Ishall
shall hall recommend your our dismissal to the themembers lhemeaalHn themembers
members of the board of education this Thtoafternoon Th Thafteraooa thisafternoon
afternoon Ill put it up to them hi that thatway tatway thatway
way way1I1r waybit
wayMr Mr Cardosa Ca informs tbe court that thatwhen thatwben thatwhen
when he pressed his hi right under the acl aclof a atof i iof
of Congress Coo to be represented by counsel counseland counsela counseland
and at least one friend before befo any action actionwaa aetionwu actionwas
was taken on the charges Dr Chancellor Chancellormade Chancellormade lIor lIormade
made the following statement with man manifest manIt manIfeat ¬
ifest It Indignation Indl lon I trill see If the law lawyers Jawen lawlets ¬
lets the doctors and the people oJT o Wash Washington WashJngton rash rashJa ¬
ington Ja on are going IOI to run these schools in instead instead t tstead ¬
stead of me So I am not to be allowed to todo todo todo
do any thinking tbJlikJ or to go on with this case caseunless caseun1eu caseunless
unless YOU have an attorney present presentThe pre preeentT preeentTThe nt ntThe
The document flied by Mr Cardosa with withthe withthe Withthe
the District Di Court Is an extensive exten Jve one and andcovers andcovers 11111covers
covers every point flaring any connection connectionwith eonnectiCtwith connectionwith
with the cue in question in detti detti3Iorc deOOJIore deitliMore
More Room for Immigrants ImmigrantsAs Inl1nlrrn11tAs
As a result of the visit of Secretary of ofCommerce ofCommerce ofConinierce
Commerce Metcalf to Ellis Island immi immigration ImmlgratloR Immigratiost ¬
gration station extensive improvements improvementswill
will 1 be made there in the next n xt year or so soinvolving solnotttng soInvolving
involving an expenditure of about aboutMore 800100 800100More O5GO O5GOMore
More room to needed at t Ellis Island for foraft forall forall
all classes e of immigrants Imm1 anta especially tltosedetained those thoseWaI thosedetained
WaI detained on account of disease or for forother torother forother
other reasons reasonsSmall MSmnll reasonsSinai
Small Fire Loss LossA Lo LoA LossA
A JS fire loss occurred at 7 oclock yes yesterday yeatenta yesterday ¬
terday tenta morning at the home hom of William WilliamHunter WilliamHunter Vl1IlamHuater
Hunter Ifll Thirtyfourth street t A gas gasstove bUstove gasstove
stove was overturned causing the blaze blazeIf blazeIf blazeIf
If you contemplate opening openinga
a bank account send for our ourbooklet ourbooklet ourbooklet
booklet It is a splendid ex example example example ¬
ample of fine printing and il illustrating illustrating IIlustrating ¬
lustrating lustratingAMERICAN lustratingI lustratingAMERICAN
I AMERICAN SECURITYANI SECURITY SECURITYAND SECURITYAND
AND TRUST COMPANY COMPANYNorthwest COMPANYNonhWe5t COMPANYNorthwest
Northwest Corner of ofFifteenth ofFrTtccuth ofFfflccnth
Fifteenth and Pennsylvania Avenue AvenueCharles AvenueCharles AvenueCharles
Charles J Bell President Presidentn
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BANK AM EAY MAY NOT OPEN OPENPeoples OPENPCOllcs OPE OPEPCO11CS
Peoples Sayings Say jugs Stockholders StockholdersDivided StockholdersDi1idell StockholdersDivided
Divided on Question QuestionWILL Q QiicstiouWILL lestiOll lestiOllWILL
WILL P PAY AY 4 ALL DEPOSITORS DEPOSITORSFirst DEFOSID RS RSl
First l t t Dividend DI1c1endlJ Will Be Pnld To Today Totll1T Pu1tty ¬
day but It Will Be D Pica Months MonthsBefore MonthsBetorc UontbllDefore
Before BaMiucMS Balduc Is I Renamed If nt ntAli ntr atXiftToiuptroller
Ali XiftToiuptroller r i Comptroller CO nltrol1er Says Affair Seem Seemto Seenlto Scentto
to Be In Good Shape ShapeThftt SlmpTIat ShapePutt
Putt the Peoples Saving Bank will go goout Pout goout
out of business bu hMM after the claims of the thedepositors theaeposttortl thedepositors
depositors have been met J1I In full within withinthe withinlhe withinthe
the next nB t sixty day tar i Ia a a iwsBttHlity btJtt7 ac according Ceordhg accorditg ¬
cording to President Imbert of that In Institution Instltutlon instltution ¬
stitution stltutlon He gives a aa a reason for such suchpowWile webwlllble suchpossible
powWile action the fact that the stock stockholders wckhokJer stockhoidezi ¬
holders are divided dlvk1 ct a as to tbe advisability advisabilityof
of reopening for business businessAt 1maI 1maIAt businessAt
At Ute tlt meeting of the directors dtreeto yester yesterday ywerdaf yesterday
day arrangements were w re made to pay off offthe aUtheapo otfthe
the theapo depositors Uors and settle > outstanding ac accounts acun accounts ¬
counts un The place will remain mala temporari temporarily ¬
ly I In the hands of the receiver ftI appointed appointedby ppointedby
by the Comptroller C mptro11er and a full advantage vaatage oC oCthe orthe ofthe
the sixty days allowed by law will be betaken betakea betaken
taken before all liquidations are made madeBeginning madeBelftDtnJ madeBeginning
Beginning probably today the deposl deposlitora depoaltoes po potON
itora tON will be paid something like SO pet pelcent peteeat percent
cent ofUhetr ot 0S their claims clal and the balance balancelater balance1ater balancelater
later aa soon aa the securities of the bank bankcan bankeft bankcan
can be realised upon for such payment paymentThe paymentTIle paymentThe
The question of continuing business WIllDe willbe will willbe
be determined cletennln after the obligations have havebeen baeMen havebeen
been met and the assets of the bank have havebeen haveMea havebeen
been turned back to the stockholders stockholdersHas atockholderllJln stockholdershits
Has Jln Plenty Pleu of Money Moneylast JIonc JIonc1t MoneyIaat
last night President Lambert said the thebankaofflcera tbebaakso thebanksoficers
bankaofflcera baakso ken bad experienced nodlmculty nodlmcultyhi
hi raisin ra raising money sufficient to to meet tt ttobligations StII StIIobItptloDs haobligations
obligations He said the act of the Comp Comptroller CoIBPtroller Comptrailer ¬
troller felt upon them without wttboutand wanting wantingand warnIn warnInand
and naturally found them 1a m a position positfcmwhere IOItCIoRYtJaere positionwhere
where they tile could not meet the daer demands demandsof
of immediate UqofcUtkm UqofcUtkmI
I Ho H aaid kl a Jlttte time would be required requiredto
to arrange ana matters with the creditors creditorsbat cndi1Onbat creditorsbut
bat that the securities and resources were wereample wereBet wereaM
ample aM not only to meat the deposits but butto bUtto butto
to pay III the stockholders I eJs In full tun if It Itafcevld Ithe Itshould
should be decided to go out of business businessMr 1RIaI 1RIaIMr buslamaMr
Mr Ifcmbert mid that if the oOkciab oOkciabhad o4IdaHHeft oc1akbad
had been given twentyfour twea17 hours In Inwhich towblch Inwhich
which to do what t the Comptroller now re requtres re requtr yequtres
qutr qutres to be done tbe CM c c security MArlt oonM oonMhave COIIIdhave couldhave
have been obtained without ltbout the tileof suspen suspension auspeniboa
sion of the bank bankWith bankWith It ItWith
With reference to reopening reopen for bus busmeaa buIn busbess
meaa In bess Mr Lambert mid the stockholder stockholderwere stoell stoellwere stockholderswere
were divided In sentiment He MM then thenwould thenwould themewouki
would be no trouble m m doing 01 It ao far aa aaraising asraising s sraI8In
raising th eneceeaary fund to operate the thebank tbebanlt thebank
bank were concerned but be thought t the thestockholders theatockbolden thestockholders
stockholders would 014 not want ant to continue continuemicas contiliuouoae continueunless
micas it was made clear there would be a aprofit aproftt aproflt
profit In the undertaking U < Mr Lambert Lambertsaid Lambtrt8aM Lambertsaid
said the stockholders might t decide to toIhptidau tolaqJdatt toliquidate
liquidate and go out of ofttualJaele ofttualJaeleDepaq business businessDeputy businessDeputy
Deputy Comptroller Kane said yesterday yaaterdaythat 7MterUYthat yesterdaythat
that if the plans outlined to the omce omceshould oaacesbouW olgeeshould
should be carried rried out by b the directorate directoratethe cIIrectAtratetbe directoratethe
the institution would not only be ta con condition CODclition coodiLlon ¬
diLlon to reopen for business b1lllla but would wouldreally WMIdru1Iy wouldreally
really be in better bet r shape than It bad hadben badbeftn badbeen
ben for tbe past six months monthsHe IDOIItheHe monthslie
He add be could see no reason reaaoathe why whytbe whythe
the banks affairs should not be turned turnedback tunaecl1Madc turnedback
back to the stockholders within wit a short shortperiod shortpeeled bertper104
period with the assets and good will un unmjurod lID lIDjDIM ushijuod
mjurod jDIM by bythe the suspension suspensionNORTH zuapeiialonNORTH peasloaa peasloaaNORTH
NORTH WILL GO TO BERLIN BERLINCensus BERLINOeDRU 3ERLINCensus
Census Director Dlrcc or to Study Stur German GermanTariff Gcrn1nnlnritt GermanTariff
Tariff Conditions ConditionsSecretary CondiUonlino ConditionsS
Secretary S cretaiy Hoot has deafenated S s N D DNorth D DNorth DNorth
North the Director of the Census as the thebead tIMbeacI thebead
bead of a commission com which will go to toBerlin toBertin toBerlin
Berlin to confer with 1tb repreaenutives of ofj orthe ofthe
j the imperial German government and rep representatives repJele representatives ¬
resentatives Jele tatlves of the German board of ofi Oftrade ortrde
i trade with the view of reaching chInc an agree agreement qreenMIIt agreeMont ¬
Mont whereby benby the United States Stat will be beenabled 1Jeenabled beenabled
enabled to enjoy the privilege of Get Germanys aerJIIaIIJa Getmanys ¬
manys conventional tartar it is probe probable INQIIabIe probeIde ¬
ble that a tariff expert < pert from tbe Treas Treascompany Tnuury Tram Tramury
ury Department wilt be aelecJect ae1ecod to ac accompany ascompany
company Mr 111 North and there is also a apossibility apOiMIIbftlty aposeIWUty
possibility that some one may y be sent sentfrom seattrain t tfrom
from the Department of Agriculture lt Sec Secretary Secretary Seeretary ¬
retary Root and the German G an Ambassador Ambassadorhave Anbsuadorhave baa oruve
have had conferences from time to time timeseeking tiMe tiMeekln timeseeking
seeking ekln to reach an agreement ut which whichwould wbJehwould whichwould
would be the basis of a commercial ar arrangement art arranglinent ¬
rangement t between Germany and nd the theUnited theUnlt theUnited
United Unlt States whereby the United States Stateamight StatesMight Statesusight
might obtain the benefits of Germanys Germanysconventional GermanaconnnUQIII Germanysconventional
conventional rates rat of duty As neither neitherSecretary neitherSecretary neitherSecretary
Secretary Root nor Baron Speck von vonStemburg VOllStembutf vonStornburg
Stemburg is a tariff expert f t they have havebeen havebeft havebeen
been forced to consider facts second secondhanded MeOIICIlaanded secondhanded
handed and to deal with conditions eobdltio with withwhich wltltbleh withwhich
which bleh neither was A especially y familiar familiarFor tSlltUfarFor familiarFor
For this lhi reason it was recently decided to tosend tosend tosend
send a commission of tariff experts e < pens to toBerlin toBerlin toBerlin
Berlin to meet a a similar commission comll 8aloft of ofGerman otGerman ofGerman
German experts expertsAETNA expertsAET expertsAETNA
AETNA AET A BANK CASHIER GONE GONEExaminer GONEI3xnminer GONEExaminer
Examiner Can Find Xo o OlHcinls of ofBattc ufButte ofButte
Butte Concern ConcernButte ConcernButte ConcernButte
Butte Mont Oct 25 iThe The grand nd jury jurytoday jurytoda jurytoday
today returned an indictment against a n8t F FE FE FE
E Gerald late cashier of the defunct defunctAetna defunctAetn defunctAetna
Aetna Banking and Trust Company but butit butfl butIt
it was found that he had disappeared dl ppeared He Heleft litJoft Heloft
left his hotel one evening and has not notbean notbeen notbeen
been seen around the town since Though Thoughthe ThohUte Thoughthe
the sheriff fluid 4i his deputies have been beensearching beenHAlChlng beensearching
searching for him Ganfdes Gant < eS stenographer stenographeraaid st4ftOgrapberuk stenographersaid
said she knew that the cashier was still stillin atlllIn stillin
in the city but the ofitaers do not believe believeit believeIt
it It It has been discovered dl > that Garside Garsidepaid GarsideMlJd Gareldep1d
paid out a a lot of money after ftttr the bank banksuspended banksuspended banksuspended
suspended but Examiner Wltam 1M has bscovered re recovered recovered ¬
covered most of It It Four hundred dollars dollarswas dollarsas dollarswas
was as sent to Boston to pay salaries 8l of orelJLl sev several seyeriti ¬
eral men there who appear to be on the thepay thepay thepay
pay roll of the bank bank but airs trs rs Foster FosterGarside FosterGanlldes FosterGareldes
Garside s stenographer sent an equal equalsum equalsum equalsum
sum to the examiner when the latter took tookproceedings tookproceedln tookproceedings
proceedings proceedln s to obtain the money So far farauthorities taraulhorttJe farauthorities
authorities have been unable to t And fljowned who whoowned WOOomteJ
owned the bank bank or who was president presidentand preIIIdentand presidentand
and director of it itIt It ItIt ItIt
It appears that after the bank was wasfound wasfound wasfound
found to be on the verge v rp of collapse t the tbeofficials tlaeotldal theofikriale
officials drew dre out and their interests interestspassed JatereateJUIIied Interestspassed
passed to unknown persons A number numberof nUlnberot numberof
of suits have been begun against the tbebanfe thebank thebank
bank by b depositors T l1ae ilae ie Butte Smelter Smeltermens Smeltermen Smeltermens
mens men Union is sum suing rot rotrJaorntoll 19611 19611Thornton 15115Thiorntoit
Thornton Is Acquitted AcquittedThe AClutttedThe AcquittedThe
The jury returning a verdict of not notguilty tOtgul1tr notguilty
guilty in the case of Preston Pr ston Thornton Thorntoncolored TlaornlOncolor Thorntoncolored
colored color who stood indicted on 8 a charge chargeof
of housebreaking to 1JreakJn and nd larceny Justice JusticeStafford Just1eeStalford JusticeStafford
Stafford in Criminal Court No N 1 die discharged dtech diecharged ¬
charged ch ed the prisoner from cu custody It Itwas Itwu itwas
was alleged aU that Thornton on September SeptemberU
11 last ntered the house of John Left Leftwich Leftwlcb Leftwich
wich 7K 7 Lamont street northwest and andstole andstole andstole
stole therefrom a revolver a vase and andother anetother andother
other articles articlesStilling arUelesStillings articlesStillings
Stillings Shakes Plum Itium Tree TreeH TreeH TreeH
H C McFarkmd has been made general generalsuperintendent generalsuperintendent enr enrsuperintendent
superintendent of the press e rooms Gov Government Government Coyernment ¬
ernment Printing Office O under the per personal Ersonnl personal ¬
sonal direction of Public Printer Stillings StillingsThft SUUin SUUinTh StilllngsThe
The Th gerorsl raI order to this effect puts Mr MrMcFariand Wlr1IeFarland MrMcFarland
McFariand on an equal footing footln with the theforemen thetcreman theforemen
foremen of printing and the freeman o man ct ofbinding ctblndh ctbinding
binding blndh He contemplates a general eneral re reorganization re reorgJUtlzatlon reorganization ¬
organization of the various divisions and andwill aDdwl1loo andwill
will wl1loo consolidate olldat the divisions formerly formerlytinder fenuerlypnder ly ly1f
tinder 1f the supervision ulf > rvlslon of J M E Brown BrownanQ BleWBI BrownantI
I ana P P I Fouler 4
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MUST ACCEPT ACOEPTONLY 0NLY NLY CASH CASHtailroadn CASHRailroads I
tailroadn Cnnnpt Legally JcJnll Favor FavorNeTMpaper FavorewslLLPerM
NeTMpaper cWlutper In Any An Way WayChairman WayChafrindn a aCb I
Chairman Cb ftRlan Knapp of the t Interstate InterstateCommareo IntenKaleCowI interstateConimeres
Commareo CowI ree Commission In a letter to WH WHliara Wit11am i
lIam J Heffernan secretary soo retary of the Mae MasMefcaeette Maeoaehpsotts
Mefcaeette US Free Press Association tsoelA lon explains explainswhy uplaJnsw explainswhy t
why w railroaas will < 111 riot be permitted to toaccapt toaccept I Ieupt
accept advertising advert ll ft0 from newspapers ne pepen po potatoes pottoes ¬ I Itatoee
tatoes from farmers and calico from fromdry fromdry I Idry
dry goods merehanu in payment for forfares forall8 forfares
fares all8
faresYou You are re of course eour aware a ware that all alltariffs alllaJur alltariffs
tariffs filed In compliance cemPuuce mhince with the regu regulating reguatlng gu gulathlS ¬
lating statute tute name rates to dollars and andcents andee andcasts
ee cents w and do not In any case provide providethat PtIWI4Cthat I
that transportation traoap rtatfOll can be paid for with withproperty withpropert withproperty
property writes wrtt the chairman chairmanIf
If A pays 1J m tit advertising space p6e while whileB whUeD whileB I
B C and D anti all the rest pay in inmoney inmosey i imea
money mea A get gels his transportation tra portatlGtt cheaper cheaperthan Cheaperthen I
than the others because be procures it itwith Itwith itwith
with something tlahtg which he la desirous of ofexchanging ofexchanging I Iexegtaag
exchanging for money something which whichIt hleb hlebIt
It is part rt of his business busi to cell for formoney tormoRey formoney
money moneyMI I
MI I leave out of account the abuses abuseswhich abusesWhIch i iwbleb
which have haT been widely prevalent under underthe undPTthe underthe
the guise of an exchange of adtsertisng adtsertisngfor adsertie dverdaJt ng ngfor I Itor
for public transportation In some eases easesthis IItJaIa easestide
this resulted result In a virtual I holdup of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the carriers in more eases it has op operated 01ented Opcrated ¬
crated to morale tbe press and aDct mislead mlateadtbe IIIts1eadthe misleadthe
the public publicAre DUbUcAre publicAre
Are we to understand that the mem members memben memhers ¬
ben of your association want favors fa vor and andprivileges andprivll andprivileges
privileges privll etJ in respect of the use of a apublic 8paI apublic
public service which in tbe nature of ofthe oftit ofthe
the tit cue cannot be accorded a fd to those thosewho tboHwho thosewho
who carry on other kinds of business businessSUGAR buslnHBSUGAR businessSUGAR
SUGAR TRUST PROSECUTION PROSECUTIONPrChIiIcnt PROSEOUTIONPrC3NIIlcnt PROSECUTIONPretsblcnt
PrChIiIcnt Confers Con ferN with Receiver ReceiverISarlc ReceiverL5ztric
ISarlc I l1rlc of Philadelphia PhiladelphiaPresident Phl1udell IiiibndelilibaPrtldenl bln blnPrtwMenl
President Roosevelt yesterday gum gumrxmed umr sumrooned
rxmed r George Earie receiver of the Real RealJArtate realKGate Realldstate
JArtate Trust Company Comp ay of Philadelphia Philadelphiato
to Washington h to confer Cer with Attorney AttorneyGeneral AUorn AUorn0eDeraI AttorneyGeneral
General Moody Jil Od7 and a CI himself upon the theplans l theplans
plans for prosecution of the sugar 81I r trust trustwhich trustwhich
which suggested themselves to Mr Earie Eariefrom Earlefrom u1e u1etnmt i
from the ftfflenverte U r1H he made ta connec connection connlJCUoIa connecIio ¬
tion Iio with the wrecking of the Real l Estate EstateTrtHt E tateTro EstateTrust
Trust Company CompanyMr CompanyMr CompanyMr
Mr Karie came to Washington at once onceupon onceu onceupon
upon u receipt of the letter lette from the Presi President Pnslceat PresiCCUL ¬
dent He brought with him W W Por Porter Port Fortee ¬
tee t < who to counsel for the Real Estait EstaitTrust Lata EatatcTrust tl tlTnIII
Trust Company and they were received receivedby ftC1edbT receivedby
by the President and Attorney General Generalduring Oe eralWMIC Generaldnng
during tile afternoon afternoonIt
It was explained ex by Receiver Earle Earlett Earlethat Earlthat
that be found the aujpar trust had ob obtained obtal ohtalised ¬
tained tal control of the stack of the Shack Shackanuuton SIaacSsmu Shackamazon
amazon smu a Sugar Refinery and by virtue ft fttbe oftlMo efthe
the control of 51 per cent nt of the stock stockwas atockW Mockwas
was W keeping kefm ttw l Ui factory closed c and seem seemingly emID8IJ seemIngly ¬
ingly preventing preea Its use In any way m mapparent III Isapparent
apparent restraint of et trade tradeJust t11IdefuR tradeJust
Just prior to leaving Philadelphia Re Receiver le leeetftr Recetrer ¬
ceiver Earle fl lftpd d In Common Picas PtensCourt PI PICt PicasCourt
Court there a petition Which Judge Wit Witson Wilson
son granted aDt to borrow bolTO 65550 upon the therefinery there8MrY thereflaery
refinery stock held by tbe Real Estate EstateTrust EMtatet EstateThat
Trust t Company Comn and to issue certificates certificatesfor eertlftcat48tor certlflcateefor
for tne amount bearing G per cent centIt centIt centIt
It is officially announced that the thetrust t ttnat thetrust
trust company would ould reoprn on Novem November Xoember Novembee ¬
ber 1 with Earle as a pnsident pnsidentCITY plosidentCITY prsIdcntCITY
CITY NAMES NA IES ON NEW EY STAMPS STAMPSPostoffice STAMPSPostoffioe STM4PSPostoffice
Postoffice Department May Use De Devioe Deviae Devioe
vioe to Cheok Up Sales SalesOld SalesDial SalesDid
Old o of Private Concern for Xevr ew Sup Supply Suppi Suppl ¬
ply pi Surprisingly LCMX Than that thatof thatof thatof
of Bureau of Engraving EngravingUpon Bngrnlnglipon 1ngrnvbngUpon
Upon opening the bids for the manu manufaetw manutact manutactM
faetw tact e of C tbelte thadfrptage lage ge stamps yesterday yesterdayk sterda sterdak
k was 1 fottnd at OMkt the Government Bu Bureav Burea Euroan
roan rea of Bnsmvteg giwibg s a aI JIII l Printing P a had been beenI betnftlfW beenusdarbid
I imaarbid ftlfW by th tM American Bank Note NoteCompany Noteq Notecompany
Company q and isd die private concern now nowstands DOWcIIuce mowst31de
stands a a strong chance of getttn tdllb tb tbi Uat Uateoetraet thcontraet
i contract far the first time tat twelve twelreyears telveNo twelveyea
years yearsNo yea
yeaNo
No one was more surprised aa at the out outcome outcome outcome ¬
come of the 1aI bidding than tile officials of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Poatoftee lee Department t and tile print printi prlntIn printlug
i Inc In lug oMce oMceI MceAt odiceAt
I At the sums time it became known WII that thatthe tlaatthe thatthe
the tyyanmput k considering eol1 a marked markedInnovation JalkMIIIDowadaR maitedIanovatbot
Innovation m lit the style yle of the stamps IIIaIIIpBA MampA
1 A plan to ia contemplation t of printing 11I 11Ithe psimiugthe printingthe
the stamps in separate series e for each eachi eachpostadios b bJMoIoe
i postonce with the na name r of the station stationand atatioathe stationand
and the State in which bleb It to located print printi prtate4 printof
i ed on cia stamp stampWhile atampWhUe stampWhile
While this ha has net been dtclsfcd upon uponand DAand uponand
and may 1 never be pot into execution executionbM execvtk1Dbid executionbld
bM were were asked on this form f of stamp stampas
as well as the regulation kind kindK kindJ kindit
K the Postmaster General l decides to toSire toI toIve
Sire Ive the contract to the American Bank BankNote BakNete BankNote
I
Note Company It may mean the lose lo of ofemployment ofempl ofemployment
employment to many j persons > ersons In the par government JIB JIBHDlDeDt parorument ¬
ernment service rnc The Bureau of o Engrar EngrarI Engrarlug
I Ins J lug and Printing PrlnUo employs emIJlo Jt2 3 persons on onI onthe onthe
I the work of making postage stamps The TheDirector TheDirector TheDirector
Director of the Bureau said 14 yesterday yesterdaythe ymenlaythe yesterdaythe
the loss of the work would make it nee necI neee useemary
I essary e to lay these employes oft for a aI a1d1e awhile
I while 1d1e but that they would probably be begiven beoUter begiven
given other work ultimately ra In the other otherdepartments otherdepartments otherdepartments
departments of the bureau bureauThe bureauThe bureaurite
The bureau official can give ve no reason reasonfor reuonfor reasonfor
for the lower bW of the American Bank BankNote BaakNote BankNote
Note Company save sav that It is able a to to1aIMw get getlabor getlabot
labor much cheaper than the government governmentbecause governmentbecause VHDmeDt VHDmeDtbecau
because e of the scale of wages maintained maintainedIn
In the bureau bureauIt
It is estimated the bid of the AmericanBank AmericanBank American Americlu1BaRk
Bank Note and Engraving E ralftg Company if ifaccepted J Jwin Ifaccepted
accepted will mean a a savin saving of s sto MN MNto I5 I5to
to the department departmentThe departmentTte departmentP1ic
The plan of placing plactn the name of post postoffices postoftices postotIces
offices on the stamps to suggested ted for the tbepurpose thepurpose thepurpose
purpose of aiding aWI the department partmett in keep keeping keepIII keepig ¬
ing < closer track of the revenue and at atthe atthe t tUte
the same time help it in detecting det any anythefts aD7tbefts anythefts
thefts in the stations stationsI
I It is explained that many postmasters postmastersIn ten tenIn
In the suburban stations of big cities dUesendeavor citiesendeavor citiesendeavor
endeavor to innate their revenue figures figuresfor ftlUresfl ilg rea reafur
for the purpose of securing free deliv delivery delivery deitycry ¬
ery and at the same time increase their theirpay tlleirpa theirpay
pay payj payit
pa1l
j It is i worked in this fashion A Amuter post poatmaster postmaster
master who e sale of stamps is ordinarily ordinarilyaround onItnal1lyarouncl ordinarilyaround
around 1K W or 1 MM seeks to get Into mtothe Intothe intothe
the tGtt OIl class el by having VialS members of ofeooeems big bigconcerns bigconcerns
concerns who live In his suburb buy their theirstamps theirstamps theirstamps
stamps at kt tt his station for use in the city cityThis dlThis cltyThis
This boosts his figures but the revenue revenuefrom rev revenuefrom ue uerom
from rom the stamps sold him should right rightfully r rightfully bt btfuny ¬
fully be accredited redlled to the district in inwhich Inwhich Inwhich
which the t letters are mailed If each eachstamp fJtCbatJunp cacistamp
stamp is marked with the name of the thestation thetlon thestation
station tlon selling Rllln it it will be an easy matter matterfor matt iatteyfor r rfor
for the department to lied out when this thispractice tldspractice thispractice
practice is being Mln carried on onThe OftThe onThe
The chief objection raised to the scheme schemeis
is the confusion that may arise in the theminos themtnW tueminds
minds of the people It Is feared it Ittake will wiHtake willtake
take too long to educate the Dublin JU Uo up upto 111to upto
to the fact that the th stamps can ca be used usedanywhere edaoywMre taseeianywhere
anywhere no matter what stations name namethey naJQethey namethey
they bear
bearDIHUI1J1i4
Dlsunxiit DIsuus Tithe lul > e Contract ContractThe ContrnctTbt ContractThe
The pneumatic tube contract new under underconsideration 1UMIerrollsideratlon ujerconsIderation
consideration by the Postmaster General Generalwa Getteralwat Generalwas
wa was thy th subject subje t of a conference at the thePostoffice thePo thePostotlhe
Postoffice Po > totftte Department yesterday yesterdayCHRISTIAN yesterdayS yesterdayCHRiSTIAN
CHRISTIAN XANDERS XANDERSIsmaeh XANDERSI XNDERStomch
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