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tj 4 THE WacUTXGToX HINGON + PISES r TFESDAY AJC JFNfi 1Nf 29 2 1909 j
Or Cutest Fattest Young Youngest ¬
est Smallest Best Dressed Dressedn DressedMothers DressedMothers
n Mothers In Too TooLUNA TooLUNA To ToLUNA
Contest Set for July 10 and and11 Many ManyPrizes ManyPrizes ny nyPrizes
Prizes Will Be BeGiven BeGiven BeGiven
Given GivenA
A baby showSounds show showSounds showSSounds
Sounds refreshing In this thlshot hot weatherdoesnt weatherdoesnt weather weatherdoesnt
doesnt it itWell ItWen itWell
Well Its going to be and every baby babyin babyin babyIn
in Washington can have a chance at atthe atthe atthe
the prizes Luna Park Is the place and andSaturday andSaturda andSaturday
Saturday Saturda July 10 is the date The seven sevenwinners sevenwinners sevenwinners
winners will be announced In the Sun Sunday Sunlay Sunday ¬
day < evening even In edition of The Times July
11 and the park management will hand handover handover bandover
over the trophies of Juvenile conquest conquestThose conquestThose conquestThose
Those are the facts about the project
1 Heres the way it happened happenedLets happenedLets happenedLets
Lets have another baby show
sug suggested suggeste4 suggested ¬
gested one of Manager Goodfellows Goodfellowsclose Goodfellowsolose Goedfellowsclose
close advisers The manager of Luna LunaPark LunaPark LunaPark
Park pricked prlck up his earsHow ears earsnow earsHow
now How is the new newcrop crop of babies bablebeautltul babiesas babiesasbeautiful as asbeautiful
beautiful as ever eer7 asked Mr Goodfel Goodfellow Goodfellow Goodfellow
low with a practical eye to detail detailIncludes detailIncludes detailIncludes
Includes Them All AllMore AH AHMora AllMort
Mora so But why make beauty the thestandard thetanda theatandaad
standard tanda d Of course continued this thiswideawake thiswideawake thiswideawake
wideawake adviser every baby is the theprettiest theprettiest theprettiest
prettiest ever everat at least to somebody
But If I a chap Isnt absolutely abs lutelY the beau beautlfulest beautltulest beautifulest
tlfulest hes bound to be the fattest
the cutest the youngest or the smallest smallestor
or maybe hell be the handsomest dress dreesed dressed
t ed Give em all a prize prizeAnd prJzeAnd prizeAnd
And Mr Goodfellow realizing that
there are babies and then babies that thatevery thatevery thatevery
every youngster has something on the theother theother theother
other youngster evolved the following
nomiss prizegiving plan planPrettiest planPrettIest planPrettiest
Prettiest baby babYAn baby An Bngllsh tourist go
cart cartCutest cartCutest cartCutest
Cutest baby babYWIcker Wicker rooking rooktn chair
Fattest baby babySIlvor > > iver knife fork and
spoon spoonYoungest spoonYoungest spoonYoungest
Youngest baby babyA A cup
Smallest bbyGoJd baby Gold pins
Handsomest dressed baby babyGoId Gold neck neckPrettiest
lace lacePrettiest lacePrettiest
Prettiest mother motherGennan German silver card
case caseYoungest caseYoungest caseYoungest
Youngest mother motherRhlne motherRhinestone Rhinestone tone hat pin pinMothers pinMothers pinMothers
Mothers in Line LineSo LineSo LineSo
So not even e en the mothers are left out
Inasmuch as the t proudmothers proud mothQrS have
to bring brln the contesting conto Ung little ones the thepark thepark thepark
park management decided that the trip
to Luna might as well be made double doubleworth doubleworth doubleworth
worth while and the mothers can come
In for two prizes as well wellThe weUThe wellThe
The conditions condlUo s as now formulated formulatedare
are simple The progress of the th con contest contest contest
test and the he number of entrants will be beannounced beannounced beannounced
announced from time to time me In the tfiecolumns thecolumns thecolumns
columns of The Times and Md d the park parkmanagement parkmanagement parkmanagement
management will dear up any little littlepoint IIttlepoint littlepoint
point possibly Po elbly misunderstood by the themothers themothers themothers
mothers mothersThe mothersThe mothersThe <
The names of all babies bl bies who w o will en ¬
ter the contest on July Jut 10 xahould should be
mailed to Manager Charles JT T Good G d
fellow tell ow at Luna Park He will record
them If desired mothers may mayy maysend send sendand sendphotographs sendphotographs
photographs ot little darllngs darlings y also alsoand alsoand
and these will be kept on file and re ¬
turned after the contest cqnte t closes closesDetails closesDetails closesDetails
Details LaterDetails Later LaterDetails LaterDetails
Details regarding the final hour of ofentry otentry ofentry
entry the Judges jud es and hour at which whichmothers whleh whlehmothers whichmothers
mothers and babies will have to be beat beat beat
at the park on the fateful day < will be beannounced beun beannounced
announced un Qunced later laterIn JaterIn laterIn
In the meantime It doesnt hurt tQ be beamong beamong beamong
among the first to notify Manager ManagerGoodfellow ManagerGoodtellow ManagerGoodfellow
Goodfellow that your baby Is going goIn to tobe tobe tobe
be In at the flnteh finl h Give the little littlefellow DtUetellow littlefellow
fellow a chance to crow over over it a few fewdays tewdays fewdays
days daysNobody daysNobody daysNobody
Nobody has ever eyerlnterviewed Interviewed a baby babyor babyor
or the subject but It must be a great greatthing greatthIng greatthing
thing to be looked over by a lot of
Judges patted on the head chucked chuckedunder chuckedunder chuckedunder
under the chin and the then maybe handed handeda
a nice prizeIts prize prizeIts prizeIts
Its some honor too to toddle off outwith offwith ottwltl1
with the e honor hO B when there are about
BOO babies air around you holding out outchubby outChubby outChubby
chubby bands for the same prise
Itll be a great day at t Luna Park Prktkl this
Julv 10 Get In your entries entrl early for
Manager Goodfellow wants to figure on Oft1umdUng
handling the crowds crowdsYou crowdYou crowdsYou
You know your baby is the prettiest prettiestcutest prettiMtcutest prettlestCutest
cutest and smartest t In the world Give
the youngster a chance to show other otherpeople otherpeople otherpeople
people peopleFLUSHING peoplefLUSHING peopleFLUSHING
Commissioner West W es Declares Fil Filtered Fittered Filtered ¬
tered Water Too Expensive for forThat
That Purpose PurposeFlushing PurposeFIushlQg PurposeFlushlag
Flushing the t e streets as a means of efJoweriae of1owed oflowerfa6
Joweriae 1owed the tenparatMre t e is not BOttlcable peaa peaaticabte ys ystlcabie
tlcabie aaeordtas a to Commissioner CommissionerWest ComadeienerWest
West WestIn WestIn WestIn
In the first rat place filtered water is istoo 1tItoo istoo
too expensive expeo Ive to be used for such uoA uoApurpoee a apurpose apurpose
purpose sM the Commissioner to today tod today ¬
day d 3 If we had the high pressure pressurefire prMMtlefire pressurefire
fire protection service and the use of ofriver otriver ofriver
river water the suggestion tJon might mightadopted 1I1Ilrhtadopted be beadopted
adopted but at present it 19 impossible 1m bIe
Only one or two thoroughfare could
be flushed for if we attempted to todeluge todelure todeluge
deluge the streets of the entire city theSupply tl tlsupply the theSUpply
supply of water in the reservoirs would wouldbe WOtIIdbe wouldhe
be exhausted in one night nightWe BJzhtWe RightWe
We must place our dependence upon uponthe 1IORthe uponthe
the cocting CO Jg showers owen which are promised promisedby promlHdby
by the Weather Bureau to nosh ftu h the thetreeta thestreets 1 1streets
streets as the District Dl triet Is without other othermEIDIL othermeans i imeans
meansMORE means mEIDILMORE i
Law Embodying Tafts Suggestion SuggestionPassed SuggestionPassed SuggestionPassedd
Passed by Council of Ohio OhioMetropolis OhioMetropolis OhioMetropolis
Metropolis MetropolisCINCINNATI MetropolisCINCJ MetropolisCINC
CINCINNATI CINC XATI June JtClacbmatlhas 3 JtClacbmatl Cincinnati Cincinnatihas
has adopted President Taft Tafts sugges suggestion suggaestlen u utJon ¬
tion for more m ore daylight during dU rtng work workIng working
Ing hours hoursAt hourAt hoursAt
At a meeting of the common COI mon coun council councIl couacil ¬
cil it was unanimously voted to turn turnthe turnthe turnthe
the clocks ahead one hour the ordi ordinance ordinance ordinance ¬
nance becoming operative May ay 1 1191i
191 1916 and will continue until October OctoberI
1 lilO The measure is the first of ofIts otIts ofits
Its kind pawed pae ed in 1 the United Unit StatesThe States StatesThe StateThe
The new law was passKl pass A under a asuspension aa asuoaension
suspension a enmon of the rules rut It gives all allworking allworking allworking
working men in Cincinnati a ennos chenoeto ennosto
to finish their labors an a bout ur earlier earlierevery earlierevery earlierevery
every evening eventing and a chance oh ce to get getsixty getI3lxty getsix
sixty six y minutes more enjoyment before beforedarkneHB beforedarkneHB beforedarkness
darkneHB falls tJllsjo fallst
Former F otmer Representative From Bryans BryaY 5 State Gets Back BackHis BackHis BackHis
His Purse After Chicago Thieves Had Re Relieved Relieved Relieved ¬
lieved Him of It It I
It takes more than two Chicago anew anewthieves > > neak neakthieves neakthieves k
thieves to get away with the pocket pocketbook pocketbook pocketbook
book of a Nebraska Congressman CongressmanTwo
Two Tw of f them had a neat little ex oxperience experience experience ¬
perience with former Representative Repre entUve JF J JF JF
F Boyd who has just reached Washlngton Wash Washington WaehIngton ¬
ington that they will be ikely to romenber re remember remenlber ¬
member menlber for some time timeWith timeW timeWith
With W th a friend trl nd Mr Boyd boarded the thestreet thestreet thestreet
street car to change stations In Chi Chioago Chioago Chieago
oago He felt a couple of fellows bumb bumbagainst bumbag8lnst bumbagainst
against him twice and became becamesuspicious becamesuspiciousSlapping SU8p1 suspicious suspiciousSlapping lous lousSlapping
Slapping his hand on his hip pocket he hesaw hesaw hesaw
saw that his pocketbook po ketbook had been taken takenand takenaDd takenand
and turning he fixed his eye on the theguilty thegullty theguilty
guilty man who leaped off ot the swiftly swiftlymoving swlttlymoving swiftlymoving
moving car and ran down the streetBoyd street streetBoyd streetBoyd
Boyd started after him A confederate confederatePresident confederateWHITE confederateWHITE
President Ta Taft ft Host of Con Congressmen Congressmen Congressmen
gressmen gressmen at a Unique UniqueDinner UniqueDinner UniqueDinner
Dinner DinnerThe
The President gave a dinner last night nightin
in true Oriental style st le so that his thirty thirtyfive thlrtyfive thirtyfive
five guests might be comfortable while whilethey whilethoy whilethey
they ate te It was a roof roo garden dinner dinnerserved dinnerserved dinnerserved
served on the roof of the west wing wingof
of the White House known as the theexecutive theexecutive theexecutive
executive officesThe offices officesThe otficesThe
The great tall trees of the Whit WhitHouse WhiteHouse WhitoHouse
House grounds made the roof above abovethe ab abovethe ve vethe
the diners and a good breeze from the thePotomac thePotom thePotomac
Potomac Potom c demonstrated that Mr Tafthad Taft Tafthad Tatthad
had solved the problem of o hew to be becomfortable becomfortable becomfortable
comfortable while dining In these swel sweltering sweltering sweltering ¬
tering times timesSofttinted timesSorttinted timesSofttinted
Softtinted red lights took the placeef place
ef the usual brighter yellow lights Theentire The Theentire TheenUro
entire scene was beautiful beautifulAmong beautifulAmong beautifulAmong
Among the guests wore Senators Senatorsand SenatorsandRepresentatives andRepresentatives and andRepresentatives
Representatives of every known politi pollttcal political political ¬
cal affiliation in the House and Senate SenateIt SenateIt
It was was distinctly a friendly affair and andmen andmen andmen
men who fight each other on the floorof floor floorof 11001of
of the two bodies were seated side by byside byside byside
side at this unique function The Theguests Theguests Theguests
guests wereThe were wereThe wereThe
The President PresidentThe PresidentThe PresidentThe
The Secretary of the Treasury TreasuryThe TreasuryThe TreasuryThe
The Attorney General GeneralThe GenualThe GeneralThe
The Secretary of Agriculture AgricultureThe ArlCtlltureThe AgricultureThe
The Secretary of Commerce and L Labor LaborSenator LaborSenator bor borSenator
Senator Martin MartinSenator MartlnSenator MartinSenator
Senator Cia ClaSenator Clay CiaSenator
Senator McEnery McEnerySenator McEnerySenator McEnerySenator
Senator MoneySenator Money MoneySenator MoneySenator
Senator Crane CraneSenator CraneSenator CraneSenator
Senator Nixon NixonSenator NIxonSenator NixonSenator
Senator PilesSenator Piles PilesSenator PliesSenator
Senator du Pont PontSenator PontSenator PontSenator
Senator DavisSenator Davis DavisSenator DavisISe
Senator ISe ator PageSenator Page PageSenator PageSenator
Senator Bradley
Senator Chamberlain ChamberlainSenator ChamberlainSenator ChamberlainSenator
Senator Ellison D Smith SmithSenator SmithSenator SmithSenator
Senator Ix Lorimer LorimerRepre5entatlve LorimerRepresentative > rlmer rlmerRepresentative
Representative Henry H BinghamRepresentative Bingham BlnghamRepresentative BinghamRe
Representative Re resentatlve LeonWas F Livingston LivingstonRepresentative LivingstonRepresentative LivingstonRepresentative
Representative Charles L BarMett BarMettRepresentative Bar lett lettRepresentative IettRepresentative
Representative William Sulzer SulzerRepresentative SulzerRelre SulzerRepresentative
Representative Relre entat1ve George W Prince PrinceRepresentative PrInceRepresentative PrinceRepresentative
Representative Robert F BrouasanL BrouasanLRepresentative BrouseIdRepresentative BroussardRepresentative
Representative Samuel W Smith SmithRepresentative SmithRepresentatlvo SmithRepresentative
Representative Thomas S ButlerRepresentative Butler ButlerRepresentative ButlerRepresentaUve
Representative George P Lawrence LawrenceRepresentative LawreneeRepresentative LawrenceRepresentative
Representative Wklter I L Smith SmithRepresentative SmithRepresentative SmithRepresentative
Representative Charles Chari os F Scott ScottRepresentative ScottRepresentative ScottRepresentative
Representative Arthur I L BatesRepresentative Bates BatesRepresentative BatesRepresentative
Representative William E Humphrey HumphreyRepresentative HumphreyRA HumphreyRepresentative
Representative RA re enttlve Ollle M L James JamesRepresentative JamesRepresentative JamesRepresentative
Representative James KennedyRepresentative Kennedy KennedyRepresentative
Representative George F Huff HuffRepresentative HuftRepresentative HuffRepresentative
Representative Julius Kahn KahnRepresentative KahnRre KahnRepresentative
Rre Representative entaUve James F BurkeRepresentative Burke BurksRepresentative BurkRepr8entatlve
Representative Frank O LowdenRepresentative Lowden LowdenRepresentative LowdenRepre
Representative Repre entatlve Gerrit J Dlekema DlekemaRepresentative DlekemaRepresentative DiekemaRepresentative
Representative C Bascom SlempTakes Slemp SlempTakes SlempTakes
Takes Auto Trip TripAfter TripAfter I
After the dinner the President withMiss with withMiss withYl
Miss Yl s Taft and Capt A W Butt went wentfor wentfor I
for to r a short ride In the big White House Housetouring Housetouring Housetouring
touring oar They were out more than thanan thanan thanan
an hour and came back much refresh refreshed ¬
ed The President has made several ofthese of ofthese otthe
these the HarounAIRaschid expeditions expeditionsamotor expeditionsamotor expeditionsamotor
amotor during the past few weeks It Itis ItIs Itis
is reported seeking relief from study studyover studyover tudyover
over Important problems by a spin nplnthrough spinthrough spinthrough
through the streets and parks p rks aftermost after aftermeet aftermo
meet mo t of the citizens citizens have gone to bed badand bedand bedand
and he can feel el safe from the stares staresof
of the curiousYOUNG curious curiousYOUNG curiousYOUNG
NEW YORK June une 29 29Mt Miss s Agnes
Booth of Chicago was wasmarrled married here
to Llvhag Livingston ton Platt son n of Frank H
Platt and srrandsn a1a ra to = n n of former Sen Senator Senator Senator ¬
ator T C Platt
of the thief barred his way at the rear rearof rearot rearof
of the car but a swift blow in Inth Inthrlb theribs the theribs
ribs rlb curled him up peaceably on the therear therear therear
rear platform platformLeaping plattbrmLeaping platformLeaping
Leaping oft the car Boyd began I gn a achase 8chase achase
chase of the thief which extended over overabout overabout overabout
about three blocks Boyd is tan and andbony andbony andbony
bony built something like Abraham AbrahamLincoln AbrahamLincoln AbrahamLincoln
Lincoln and the sight of him hiking
down the street after the pickpocket plokpocketwas pickpockethas
was a sight long to be remembered by
has those who saw It Boyd began to shout shoutfor shouttor shoutfor
for the police but all of them were at atsome atBOme atsome
some other part of their beat beatAfter bootAtter beatAfter
After rurning about three blocks the thethief thethief thethief
thief saw that escape was Impossible ImpossibleSo Impo lble lbleSo
So he threw the wallet to the ground groundand groundand groundand
and called to Mr Boyd to pick It up upand upand upand
and discontinue ioyd J oYd picked it up and andexamined andexamined andexamined
examined it on the run He found his hismoney hismoney hismoney
money all there and so permitted the thethief thethlet thethief
thief to go his h s way wayStudent wayRlGH wayRICHMANSSON
Student t Arrested When He1 He1Tries HeTries H HTries
Tries to Pawn Diamond DiamondFratcrinty riamondFrat DiamondFrateriatY
Fratcrinty Frat rinty PinNSW Pin PinNEW PinNEW
NEW YORK June 29 29BenJamln 29BenJamlnReischman BenjaminReischman Benjamin BenjaminRelsehman
Reischman are a ao1 ci twenty a student studentin
in his second year ear in the Peddle PeddleInstitute PeddleInstitute PeddieInstitute
Institute an exclusive pr3p fichool fichoolat
at HIghtstown N J was arrested arrestedin
in a pawnshop In Park Row Ro to today today today ¬
day while eying to pawn a diamond diamondcollege dIamondcollege diamondcollege
college fatrnlty fat jrnUy pin pinLater pinLter pinLater I
Later Le vas as II arraigned before Magic Magictratr Magistrate Mabstrat ¬
trate Cornell Corn on and held in JlOOO bail as asa asa asa
a fugitive from Justice He Is wanted wantedIn
In New Jersey JerseyThe JerseyThe JerseyThe
The Rev R H Rivenberg Rlvenber head of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Peddle Institute complained thatin that thatIn thatin
In May his HIghtstown horn was entered en entered entered ¬
tered and J11K 1M 1 In money and 100 in inJewelry Injewelry injewelry
Jewelry was st stlen lien Among the Jewels Jewelstaken jeweltaken jewelstaken
taken was a 5300 200 watch which had been beenpresented beenpresented beenpresented
presented ti t the Rev Mr Rovenberg Rovenbergby
by his pupil and which he valued very
highly for its associations associationsIt
It is charge that young Relsehman Relsehmanthe
the son of a wealthy real estate dealer doalerwho d08lerho dealerwho
who ho has an office at 18 Henry street streetConey streutonoy
E Coney onoy Island was the thlof Young
ReJschmanB defence is that he found foundtha foundth
tha th watch en the banks of a lake near nearthe ne nearthe r rthe
the Peddle Institute and that as It was wasnot wasnot wasnot
not advertised he thought he hellad had a aclear aolear aclear
clear title to it Youn Yount Relsehman de declared deoJer declared ¬
clared oJer d he did not live with his father fatherHe father tUherHe
He Is trying to get his father to obtain obtainhis obtainhis obtainhis
his release on bondPLAN bond bondPLAN bordPLAN
FOR NEW PASTOR PASTORCongregation PASTORCongregation PASTORCongregation
Congregation of West Washington WashingtonBaptist WashingtonBaptist WashingtonBaptist
Baptist Church Will Welcome Welcomethe Welcomethe Vel come comethe
the Rev Mr Gaw GawThis GawThis GawThis
This evening at S oclock the congre congregation cCIDgregatlon congregatlon ¬
gatlon of West Washington BaptistChurch BaptistChurch Baptist BaptistChurch
Church will give a 9 reception to the thenew thenew thenew
new pastor the Rev Benjamin A Gaw Gawwho Gawwho Gawwho
who was called to that church to tf suc succeed suoceed succeed ¬
ceed the R Rw JV v Clarence P Stealey and andwho andwho andwho
who entered upon his duties Sunday Sundaymorning Sundaymorning Sundaymorning
morning morningAn morningAnlnter63ting
An Anlnter63ting interesting program has be bean n ar arranged arrani8d arranged ¬
ranged and the Rev Henry 0 Mlll Millington MlllIngton MmIng1oD
Ington pastor at c the BrooKland Bap Baptist Baptist Baptist ¬
tist Church will preside The following follow following following ¬
ing local clergymen will be In attendance attend attendance Lttendanee ¬
anceThe ance anceThe aneeThe
The Rev Richard S Owens pastor pastorof
of the Maryland Avenue Baptist BaptistChurch BaptistChurch BaptistChurch
Church the Rev Clinton E Cook pas pastor putor peator ¬
tor of the Columbia Col mbla Baptist Church Churchthe Churchthe Churchthe
the Rev Re E Hez Swam pastor of theSecond the theSecond theSecond
Second Baptist Church and the ReV ReVIT Re ReF RevF
F W Johnson pastor of the Grace GraceBantlst GraceBaptist GraceBaptist
Baptist Church Churchof ChurchThe ChurchThe
The Rev George E Truett onbebaf onbebafof on behalf behalfof
of the congregation will deliver an ad address addre address ¬
dress dre s of welcome welcomeLI welcomeLI welcomeLI
MEXICO CITY June 29 29Li Ii Ching ChlngHsu ChingHsu Chinglieu
Hsu charge daffaires in the capital capitalof
of Mexico Is dead at the Chinese Chineselegation Chlne Chineselegation e e1egaUon
legation here The body will be sent sentto sentto sentto
to China LJ Ching Hsu was a nephew nephewof
of Li Hung Chang and was fertytwo fertytwoyears tortytwoyeara fortytwoyears
years old c d
harms arms Children ChildrenDelights rl rlDelightsOlr
DelightsOlr Delights Oki Folks FolksToasties s sP
P Post Toasties ToastiesT1
T1 The e crisp delicious del1clotlsJ deliciousgoldenbrown
J r
r my goldenbown food made madeot
0 ot Indian Com Comfti CornA
fti A tempting teasing tC3slngr
11 r taste distinctly dtierent dtierentI
I all It8 own ownfI
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Will Be BeSet Set to Work Yl ork Arrang Arranging Arranging Arranging ¬
ing and Binding Twenty TwentyTons TventyTons TwentyTons
Tons of of Records RecordsFacing RecordsFcJllC RecordsFacing
Facing employes of the District is the thetask thetaak thetask
task of classifying arranging and re rebinding rebinding rebinding
binding twenty ton of old records recordsThe recordsThe recordsThe
The work Is to be done outside office officehours ottlcehooB officehours
hours and nd in view of the fact that the theservices theervices theservices
services are to be rendered during durin the thehot thehot thehot
hot weather and in the subbasement subbasementof
of the District Building under excep oxoeptionally exceptionally exoeptlonUy ¬
tionally adverse conditions as to light lightheat lightheat lightheat
heat and ventilation Auditor Tweedale Tweedalehas Tweedalehu Tweedalehas
has recommended that the rate of compensation com compensation compensaUon ¬
pensation be seventyfive cents per perhour perhour perhour
hour per man manAt manAt manAt
At the present time said 8 ld the audi auditor auditor auditor ¬
tor there are probably In the neigh neighborhood neighborhood neighborhood ¬
borhood of twenty ton of old records recordswhich recordswhich recordswhich
which by reason re sOlot of the th lack of facili facilities taclllUo facilities ¬
ties Uo at the time of removal moval from the theOld theld theold
Old ld District Building were we e placed in inthe Inthe inthe
the subbasement Indiscriminately and andpossibility andwithout andwithout
without without regard to proper s segregation segregationThe gregatJonThe
The result 5 that it Is a physical Im ImP 1mpossibility
possibility P s lblllty to comply with the many re requests requests requests
quests that have been made of the theComtnleIon6rs t theCommirsiontirs e eCommlftlon
ComtnleIon6rs rs and of this office othrsth by the thecourts thecourts th e ecourts eto
courts of the District and by others tf tfprocure ttprocure toprocure
procure information informationThere IntormatlonThere informationThere
There us s at this office a request frHn frHnthe trOtrthe fruanthe
the Court of o Claims and requests hrVe hrVebeen hf hfbeen e ebeen
been made also by tl tle e Department of ofJustice otJustIce ofJustice
Justice and l y lawyers of the local localbar 1ca1bar localbar
bar barD
D J DantlVan Donr < van deputy auditor will willbe wJ1lbe willbe
be placed in charge of f the workPLAN work workPLAN workPLAN
SAN FRANCISCO June 29 29Tte The lead leaders leadors leaders
ers of the LincolnRoosevelt Reform ReformRepublican ReformRepublican ReformRepublican
Republican organization In fnthls this State Stateare Statesre Stateare
are planning today to conduct a cam campaign campaign campaign ¬
paign to beat Frank FrankP P Flint United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States Senator from this State S te when he hecomes becomes hocomes
comes up for reelection reelectionThe reelectlimThe reelectionThe
The reform element of both parties partiesIs
Is highly hl < < hIy elated over a decision of o the theCalifornia theCallfornla theCalifornia
California supreme court upholding the thevalidity thevalidity thevahdity
validity of the direct primary law lawpassed lawpuHd lawpassed
passed by the last I t Legislature after along a along along
long fight in which it is provided that thatan thatan thatan
an advisory vote may be taken on can candidates candldates candidates ¬
didates for United States Senator SenatorA S SA
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