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6 THE WASHINGTON W SHINGT TDIES FRIDAY JtEBRrARY FEBErAUT 18 11n 1910
TUFT jAvt FIGHTS H HFOWBiJCITYFll HARD HARnFORPUBLICITY HARDFORPUBLICITYFUND
FOWBiJCITYFll FOWBiJCITYFllPresident FORPUBLICITY FUND FUNDPresident
President Insists Upon Fundfor Fundfor
for Enforcing Corpora Corporation Corporation Corporation
tion Tax T a Law LawTAWNEY LawTAWNEY LauTAWNEY
TAWNEY IS ACTIVE ACTIVEIN
IN ITS BEHALF BEHALFNecessary BEHALFNecessary BEHALFNecessary
Necessary Sum May Be Included IncludedIn
In General Deficiency DeficiencyAppropriation DeficiencyAppropriation DeficiencyAppropriation
Appropriation AppropriationBy
By JAMES HAY Jr JrTCith Jrtite JrWith
With the leaders Jea ers of t the 1 Senate < < pre predicting pt Me MeIctin e edlcting ¬
dicting Ictin hat the SeIyMM JeM iItM required r atre41 to en enforce 611force o oforce ¬
force the pufenoity clause cau e of the cor cerioradoa corporation celpolnion ¬
poration tax law will not be appro appropriated Qpntprlatei apprepriated ¬
priated by this s srce oolen 4o of Congress Congressthere COGgreSStber Congressthere
there cjmee con > eg from the White House Hou e the taredefnte thedefinite t e edefintte
definite statement teme t that t at the President Presidentif Pre Weat WeatIF
if In earnest about his hI request reque t for rt rtsad Itand ttaiid
sad means to get it itRepresentative ttRpre itRe
Representative Rpre Re eseetatiye ntMJY6 Tawney Ta of Minnesota Minnesotachalramn XI8Re5 Mieeesotachaframn t tchalramn
chalramn of the House Committee CommitteeApprOldatioDS Comin ttee en enAppropriations oeAppropriations
Appropriations is authority suth rity for i the thedeclaration t thedeclaration e edeclaration
declaration that the 9GMW i IM will be in included tReluded taeluded ¬
eluded in the general deficiency Mficiea y appro appropriation a sppropriatlon PfO PfOprl ¬
priation prl tion bill which hlch is usually the last lastmeasure 18tmEaS11re lestmeasure
measure of any importance takeR up U by bythe by1he bythe
the House When v eI1 this is done OIIe OIIec UK UKonly tb tbonly
only c > method of defeating the proposi proposition propetttlon propeee4tion ¬
tion will be for or the Senate to assume assumethe aa au authe uJe uJethe
the responsibility rfHP DSIbiUty and bhune for beat beating 1 beeting et etinS ¬
ing it
Weald Be Reinstated ReinstatedEvan RemtateEvan ReisetateLEven
Evan if the Senate sheuM vote down downthis dewsthis wa wathis
this clause of o the general deActeacy deActeacybill 3 3btlL
bill the conferes on the t e anal shape shapes shapesthe of ofthe e e1Qe
the measure would have the right to toreinsert toinsert toreinsert
reinsert insert it in the bill and ad an thus tlt prac practically JXCtically preeticaily ¬
tically to compel ceu peI its enactment enactmentIf
If the Senate leaders lea ers are sincere siaeefetheir 1 1their le letheir
their talk of trying to beat this t c1 c1ard cIuset cIusetard cIeaSeand
ard thus tn S defeat one of th gsreagesr 9tsngespeiats t tpc I Iate
pc peiats ts of < Jf the corporation lac 1 law theyate they theyate
ate due < to run up against un t the tbetlut discovery disceverythat j jthat
that the President is equally sincere l DCece in inaction tor
his r ls determination DOt to bare any Suchaction Such MlChactlon I
action taken At the time that tkieclause this thisclause t tclause
clause for publicity Ubllch was inserted in the thelax J Jiaw I Iaw
lax Mr Ir Taft was wa wasjcsbilant Jubilant and ad some MIDehfs of bfits i ihts
its ablest legal advisers am1 nI at that time ex e epres expressed j jad
pressed pres their belief let that many peeona peeonaad enIOIl enIOIlad
ad failed to realize real the wide wid scope and andtTTemenCoj andt andtremens
tTTemenCoj t tremens mendoU ois importance of the provision provisionhe a ahe
he > Presidents satisfaction with the thepassed thehLtI5e theiarse
hLtI5e is nf ao less now thaw It was att At the thet
t le that it was ia inaerted erted in the bill billyaEed ad adJjSed
passed by Congress C e s He beueves it ita to toa 15hlue
a thing which hkh will work for the good roodthe of ofThe 9Cthe
The people pt > < ple and do much to control the thec thelrporntioos
c jrporations He mode it cleAr some somemonths 30IIIemon Somemonths
months mon l1s ago So that the only elective electiveweapon e effectiven < < ective ectiveeaJOn
n weapon to UP use against nst those corpora corporations corponIlions uorpocatns ¬
lions which want to violate the Yaw ra aw is isthe it ittbfl isthe
the light U bt of publicity and that the greatcst great greatest greatt ¬
est t possible restraint nt upon 1I OI1 lawlessness lawlessnessis
is the > constant danger er of inevitable ineviUiWePO ex exposure exposura ¬
posure PO
Tawaey Taw y Cesdeat CesdeatIt
It T was on his own initiative that the theclause thec1ause theclause
clause was made a part of the law and andthe andtile andthe
the report today is that he told Chairma Chair Chairman Chairla ¬
man ma la i Tawny Ta ney of the House Committee Committeeon
on Appropriations in pretty pI ty dear terms termsyesterday tennyestfrd termsyesterday
yesterday yestfrd that he was particularly anx anxious anxiecs ¬
ious to have the necessary ry appropriationmade appropriation appropriationmade tioft tioftIUade
made What at be said bore fruit prompt promptly ¬
ly for today Mr Tawney betteves that thatbis thathis thathis
his committee will authorize authC dze the appro appropriation appropriatIon ppro ppropration ¬
priation as the President desires desiresThe dftcileThf desiresThe
The > report of the Senate te leaders lack lackaffection Jadeof Iadcof
of affection for the itroDositkm propo ition comes
from tfe > m men close to Senator A Athe Aldrich but buttl19 butthe
the Senator has not yet come out in op opposition oppos opposition ¬
position pos tion to it formally and it is be beIfcved DeU beikred
Ifcved U ed in Administration circles that t he heand heand heand
and The other leaders can be brought broughtto br aght aghtto
to see that they cannot afford to try to tokill t8k1 tofell
kill the clause and if they do try they theyWTI tReyW
W WTI n be doomed doo td to failure failurewith failureBf failureBesitb
Bf Besitb > Sicl > S bav having i talk now and t then thenwt eIt eItwif
wif with h Senators ana ar Representatives in inrt in inHard inrc
rt Hard rard to the matter it is not no > t tbat probaMe probaMebat probebiethat
that bat Mr Taft will do anytiiin more moretrarii mor morn moren
n reg regard ani to it until there is some ett etta 01 01ard
trarii a ard show of Its tt being fought in the theJ be beT1ate herate
J rate If this opposition which whlekiw is isjjow isbeing
jjow being secretly advertised ever evertripes everTf8 evertomes
tomes Tf8 to a bead the UI President Pr nt will in inform iaform intorm ¬
form the Senate of his desire for the thepassage thepR thePR
passage pR sag of the t he bill so that it shall con conttn contan
tan tl the > d deli 9i > sd d appropriationTo appropriation I
To T > th the friends Gf Mr Tart it seems seemsr I In
r n iarkahle that any member of the theHis theI
His 11 I use ISf = > or the Senate should question questionwtetner quelJtJonW2fther questionw
wtetner w ether he would want the Approprisi Approprisit
t ti T The publicity clause has appecrfed appecrfedto ap
to him him as our o cf the best things t in n the theTTT thea theV
TTT V and a he has referred in his public publicsjrerhps publicFhps publicslseciies
sjrerhps to its advantages advantagesOn
On this he has ha < not n < lt changed h td his mind mindai3 mindazJ mindar
ai3 ar l h IH want lIi the necesvary n neee e ar ary money moneyimm moneyJ moneyJOHNSON
JOHNSON J HNSON DIRECTS OISECTSElected DIRECTSTMENT
G A R HDEPAR HDEPARelected DEPARTMENT DEPARTMENTElected TMENT
Elected Commander of the thePotomac thePotomac thePotomac
Potomac at Fortysecond FortysecondEncampment FortysecondEncampment FortysecondEncampment
Encampment EncampmentH
H A Johnson iehnsonteiap T teuay entered upon UP R RG the thecuii3 thetuti
cuii3 G tuti i e of tfepertment t commaJl commander t > r De Department DePlrtment Dopertinent ¬
pertinent of the Potomac Grand Army Armyof Armyof n Y Yof
of the th Republic Other officers elected electedat
at the fortyeecond forty annual encampment encainpmentssith encampmentwjiich t tt11ieh
wjiich closed cJ lat t night J1 bt are George Geor e C CK CP CPss
Pss K > S = senior vice ommander J I D DFioodsmod DFrxIGmcd DF
Fioodsmod F junior vice commander the theFtv t theit e et
Ftv it t N K J Miller chaplain cDaJ n and T Trirmas Dr DrJtrma Dri
rirmas i t r etas Culver fth r m medical diral director directorjint diNCtOlyint directorJ
jint J int installation of officers olf nI of the then3ia thet1 ther
r n3ia > al > t1 rniy of r the th Repnbni anil the theVin then
Vin n Ts r c Relief Relief Corps co will be heM at attr atA a aA
tr A R Hall februar February > 2 2REPEATS 4 4REPEATS C CREPEATS
REPEATS SUCCESS SUCCESSIN
IN HINDU DANCES DANCESRuth
Ruth St Denis Will End Engage Engagement EngagemeBt Engagement ¬
ment In Washgten Vash gton gt n ThisAfters This ThisAfternoon ThisAftenl4
Afternoon AfternoonMiss Aftenl4 onMiss On OnYiss
Miss Ruth S SL I Denis > eaiB the te woman who whoIlttie wbeh
h 1 gone the datiJ ektesicaJ eaI dancers J8 jaaf i 3 3I aI9ttse
Ilttie I ttle bit better m Ja the o originality 1 + of ofconception ofconception ofconception
conception tot the damrtnr art a again againawed pia piafwed ata atai
awed her tkawlD drawing < < power er at Ute Na Nana1 Naa
i a naT Theater yesterday afternoon afternoonv
v en n th the largest audience which has hass aS aSs
s n 1 t Ver h k er r in Hindu dances cIaJa < < s here received receivedr
r f 0 with w th sralifyhuc an0ia a ais applanse applanses 0 L Lis
is s on Monday when wh fi site au made Ie e her herappearance JterappearaDCt herappearance
appearance here her dances jpere jpererTerfnl yr ele eler e eerfftl
r rTerfnl erfftl exhibitions nl blttoaa of w weird Ird rd Orinniaigr1E Oriental Ortfttaln j
gr1E n < e > and beauty l Her costumes were weres wereFany weresaPty
s Fany anty in qnantfty but gorgeous In ina1 j
a1 ilu 1 with the really magnificent magnificentrpry ttkea ttkeaIr
rpry Ir ry excellent orchestral orche ral music and andn Del DelITal I Iera
n z era ITal rai iatl natives es of Kindnetan HIad1 aa to t add to toF tof
F f atmosphere and local color there theres thereTtn
ag s rothtng Ttn in the negative ne atJve attire of ofynunie ofnunc ofue
ynunie ue dancer to which on one could couldF
F E T c Miss iS St Den < wilt oonctad her herE
t r afternoon martne matinees s hr h rc chi thino ihuivn chin
ivn gym n the program starting at 13 J6 J6c J6j
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I PLACED IN STATIMRYHALL STATUARY HA L I
FORMER SE SENATOR TO JAMES H HARLAN AN I
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STATUE OF HARLA1Is mm mmCritics i
IS PUT IN HALL HALLCritics HALLCritics
Critics Are Calling It An AnEffigy AnEffigy I
Effigy of Former Sena Senator Senator Senator ¬
tor From Iowa IowaThe IovaTIte IowaThe
The statue of former Senator Jam JamS Jams James JamesS
S Harlan rtC f Iowa 1 has been eeft erected in inStatwary inStaUlry inStatuary
Statuary Halt HaltIt HaJLIt HaiLIt
It is of bronze and one of the largeststatues largest largeststatues large1ltstatues
statues in the collection C It stands be btotween between
tween Thomas Benton Bent4 ft of Missouri andFrances and andFrances andFraBC
Frances FraBC TVitlard YDI8r The statue was Co Cosigned o osi ob
si signed ned by b Miss Nellie Walker of the theChicago tbfChicago theChicago
Chicago Art Institute ln tttute a young woman womanwho WJ IDan IDanwho
who is a native of Iowa lowCrttIcs towsCritics
Critics differ on the merits of the theHarlan theHarlaa theHarlan
Harlan statue and some are referring referringto
to it as an effigy fft An artistic row of oflarge oflarge
large proportions pn fIOrtions threatens to tostilTed b bstirred he hestirred
stirred up over this statue and indeed indeedover indetdover indeedover
over the merits of the whole collection collectionin
in Statuary atuary Hail and ad the question questionwhether Questionwhether questionwhether
whether tb the asaefnbitn astleln assembling ltag of a number num tr of ofstatues ofstatues r r8ta
statues 8ta ues not Jn harmony with each other otherte
te not illadvised illadvisedLADIES iIIadv iIIadvLADIES illadvisedLADIES
LADIES AUXILIARY AUXILIARYPLANS AUXILIARYPLANS AUXILIARYPLANS
PLANS CELEBRATION CELEBRATIONThe
The Ladies Auxiliary of the Adas AdasIsrael Ad AdIsrael AdagIaraet
Israel Congregation Co egat Oft has arranged arran ed to tocele
celebrate cele ntte TVashin WaehmgtonS tons Birthday anni annsyersary I Ivenry
versary with an n entertainment eat lnment anddance and anddance
dance at National Rifles Armory for forthe forthe
the benefit of the new synagogue gogue at I
Sixth and I
streets northwest The pro program prowill program ¬
gram will include j c1ude selections ttons by Anton j j
Kaepar 88PI violinist Arthur Mayo pianist
Ernest Erne Gichner elocutionist el < and Miss
Selma Selinger singer and danger ncer t Jt J 1 1A
A FRIENDLY GROCERDropped GROCER GROCERDropped GROCERDropped
Dropped a Valuable Hilt Afcomt Coffee CoffeeVor CoffeetFor
Vor FGI about about ei eight ht years writes rites a aMich aMich aMlds
Mich woman I suffered from nervousnesspart nervous nervousness nenouspart ¬
ness nesspart part of the time down in bed withnervous with withnervous withJlerv0U8
nervous prostration prostrationSometimes prostratJonS9petlmes s stense
Sometimes tense I would wouW get t numb and it itwoola itwou itwon
won woola be almost impossible for me to tospeak tofor tospeak
speak for a spell At other times I Iwould 1would jwould
would hare severe bilious attacks and andmy andJII andmy
my JII heart would flutter painfully when whenI her
I would walk fast or sweep sweepI
I hare taken enough medicine tostart to tostart i istart
start a small drug store without any anybenefit I I1teAeftt
benefit One e eyeale evening enins our b grocer ocer er i ia was I IAllkiRI I Iasking
a asking 4cing Husband Husband how bo I was and urged urgedthat urgedt s sthat
that t at I quit coffee and use Postum Sohe so I Ihe I
he brought bt home a pkg p pk c and I made it jaccording
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according to direction direc and we were wereboth j jt J J1M
t 1M both > eth UI delighted with tth it itSo t tso ISo
So we auk uit coffee altogether altOlet er and n uced d donly donly I IoaJy
only Pofetam P tURl I began to o get better in amouths a amonths t tmoRtk
months time and look like another per person person ¬
son the color came back < k to my cheeks cheeksI
I began egaa to sleep well ntyappetit MY appetite wasgood was wasseed wasgeed
seed and I commenced to take on flesh fleshand fteskaM fleshand
and become interested later eo In everything everythingabout everythinga1leut everythingabout
about the houee honesFiaelly i iFinally IFtually
Finally I was abe to do all my own ownwork ownwerk ownwork
work without the least Iea < t sign sn of my myoid myoidtrouble old oldtrouble oldtrouble
trouble I am so E > thankful for the littlebook little littlebook l1ttlebook
book The Road to WettvUle WelivI lsF It has hasdene hasdCne hasdone
done me so much good I havent haveI taken takenmedicine t tikenmedtcht ken kenJRe
medicine JRe tctD i of any Kind forix for six x months monthsand JRODth8aIMl months monthsand
and dent den need any anyA aDYA anyA
A friend of ours who did not IlkaPostum Uk UkPe like likepoetmo
Postum Pe t1llR as she made It t liked mine and aadwhen andwhen B4I B4IwbeR
when she learned to bed 1M II It bag IoD enough enoughnets enoughhens b bAerS
nets was as good as mine Its easy e y if ifbook itTeu ifyou
you fo1le follow dtrec Gns Read the littlebook little littleThe
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SPEAK EASY IN JAIL JAILBIXX JAILRTooMSBt JAILRTOOMSBURG
RTOOMSBURG BIXX RTooMSBt > MSBtrRG G Pa Feb 18 18ShorlCf 18ShorlCf7A 18Shorffr7ebAer Sheriff SheriffZ
7ebAer Z bB pr r has discovered a srpeakeltas srpeakeltasIn a eakea eakeain kelUtY kelUtYin
in the county ty Jail A negro sr who gavethe gave gavethe gapthe
the name of 3us < m Long of Wflkeebatreasked Wilkeebarre Wilkeebarreasked Vllkeebanea
asked a kcd for admission to the Jail upon uponi upontho uponthe
i the pretext of visiting vMittn a prisoner r andsoon and ahdn
1 soon n was seen doling dolfn out drinks Four Fourquarts Fourquarts
quarts and a pint of whisky were found foundn oundon
on n the man who was locked in a cell
MILITIA MILITIA FIlm BODY BODYNEAR BODYT
T IlClflJI NEAR NEAICAIRO GAIRD JAlbHalf JAIL JAILI JAILHalf
Half 1Half 1 Dozen Are Wounded WoundedFollowing WoundedFo11owing VoundedFollowing
Following heriffs Com Comfnand Comnand CornInand
nand to Fire FireCeaflaued FireI FireCetilflnsed
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Ceaflaued C tl lMCI from rem First Page PageIts pageIts PageIts
Its early teat evening He had previous previously prel us usly
ly arranged t to be in Bellevue today t to towitness tQwtt towitness
witness wtt the hangta hatter of the negro dark darktot CllUk1 Clarkbut
tot decided to stay y and await develop developmeats
meats rite ments ts About It 1 > oclock eIoek Kills calledGovernor called calledGoveraor calledGoeruor
Governor Deneen by long Jon distance dlstaft e tele teephone telephone teleplaene ¬
phone telling teIJ aim of the situation situationTalk sltuaUoATalk altttatioaTall
Talk of Lynching LynchingShortly LynchiAgS Lynchingiortly
Shortly S ortJI after fter this t t Nellie NelJ 5 learned thatmen that thatmen thatmell
men were collecting coI in saloons loons and talk talking 11klAg talking ¬
ing oflynching the negroes > > Pratt andWlison and andWilson aMWlisen
Wilson He then tried trl d to find Captain CaptainGreasier CaptalaGre CaptainGreaaey
Greasier Gre aeT of Company K Illinois Na National XatIeBl National ¬
tional Guard and cot Id not so o calledup called calledHP eDe41IP
HP the governor a again JlL Lieutenant Lleute ant Tbfa Tbfatlewood TIIIsttewoocl Thistleweod
tlewood was ordered 0 te call out the thecompany theoom theeoa
company oom NLDY but did not know how to tomuster 10ma8t8l tomaster
muster ma8t8l the men menAt menAt menAt
At 1245 46 the mob appeared ap Cd at the theeourt theoourt thecourt
court house and started < < through thegate the thesate theate
sate ate and 1Ip p the steps of the jaiL Nettle Netfecommanded NUItOOJlHRaooed Nettlecommanded
commanded the mob to disperse disperseTo e eTo
To h with you was the response responseFour responseFear e eF8tII
Four leaders had covered their faces facesw taONttll faceswtth
w wtth ttll th handkerchiefs according to Nettle Xeliteand Nettle3nd i n njUte
jUte and he he was as unable to recognize reco nize them themNettie themXeIIN themNellie
Nellie telephoned the governor what whatbad whatJajpened whathad
bad happened and said some me one had hadjaeked bIuIaekecl hadasked
asked permission penn ston to remove ove the bodyof body bodyof bodyot
of the deadman dead d maD from the th jail ail yardGovernor yard yardGovernor yardGovernor
Governor Dcneen instructed him to toallow 1eallew toallow
allow no one to enter the jail yard until untilreenforeements u untilreenfercements W Wr8elllervemetttf
reenforeements prived arrived rived Shortly Shortl beforedaybreak before beforedaybreak
daybreak Company Com y I K put in an ap appearance aJteBrJk appearsni ¬
pearance teBrJk e an aDd Hallidays body bod was re removed removed removed ¬
moved to the infirmary ir innacy The body be y ywarm ivas ivaswarm we wewarm
warm when picked up it is said saidtovernor Id
governor Deneen has ha ordered all sa ¬
loons in Cairo cloeed cM ed up and the ad ¬
jutant general gene J lias ia sent EDt word wOr < < that Company Com Company Compu ¬
pany pu y G of Effinghara will arrive early eArI eArIthis i ithis
this afternoon afternoonSCOTTY aft ntO n nSCOTIY
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SCOTTY EN ROUTE ROUTETO ROUTETO ROUTETO
TO NEW GOLD FIELD FIELII
TWIN FALLS Idaho Feb 1 lSu 1tDeath 1tDeathValley Death DeathValley > eath
Valley aUf > Scotty ty famous throughout theWest the theV t tWst
West V > st and South as 8 a good gold miner minerand minerand I
and prospector is now on his way y to tothis tothe I
this th city drawn by the stowing w1nr re reports reTorts ¬ I
ports from Jarbridge JarbridgeWrst JarbrldgeWest JarlKldceYfOt
West and South as a a gold 1d miner minerthroughout minerthroughout
throughout Xevada and California hp < I
been rich and poor by h turns He has I
been among the flr dint on the he t scene > c ne n in inall I
all of the th new fields and his coming
here Is taken as a good ood omen omenSEIDLE OIDtl1SEIDLE omenSEIDLE
SEIDLE IS ELECTEDREADING ELECTED ELECTEDREADING ELECTEDRE
READING RE DIXG Pa Feb K lWalter Walter Wa1tfr A AChafey A AChafey I
Chafey recianed today as president of ofthe ofthe
the Reading R lft raskefban p raske < ban Aasoclation ation and andThomas andT
Thomas T iiiiias C SeMl > chairman of the Re ReyvWtcan Republican
publican fJ IIcaa county committee was 1 elected elwtertto
to tf succeed him Chafey and Manager ManagerFoster ManagerFooter
Foster F et have been at odds for a long longUNDERTAKER
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UNDERTAKER UN ERTAKER BANKRUPTPR1NGPIELD BANKRUPT BANKRUPTSPRINGFIELD BANKRUPTSPRINGFIELD
SPRINGFIELD Ill Feb F 18Mrs 1SM Sophla So Sophia gqphta ¬
phia Hackman of Alhambra 111 one or orthe orthe orthe
the few women wo undertakers und < frtuerp in the State Stateand Statfand stateand
and who also engaged in the lumber
business bwtln has filed a petition in bank bankruptcy barKnpt lxttkruptey ¬
ruptcy npt y in the TTrited States district dl5trlctcourt districtcourt dt trlct trlctcourt
court her
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All 11 hope of finding 8ndlll < < the t1I vessel y ee has been beenabandoned beenabandoned
abandoned and all that remains now nowto i ito j jabaDdoned I Ito
to be done by the department is to toprepare toprepare I
prepare an official report on the dis disaster disaster ¬ J J8lJter
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whether or 0 not an inquiry would be bemade bemade bemade
made and in the event on is decided decidedupan decldedu decidedupon
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that the boilers of the little tug were werenot wereDOt were werenot
not in the best e t condition and that it itwas Itwu itwas
was imprudent of the Bureau of tiacigation Navi Navigation Sav1satien ¬
gation to permit so small a craft to tocake ton toaake
n cake ak such a a long ocean voyage VOJ the thedepartment theBt thedepartment
department Bt contends that NLt the equip equipment equipmoat ¬
ment of the Xln Nina = 8 was of the best As Asfor Asfor I
for the voyage from Boston to Hamp Hampton HamptoR Hampton ¬
ton Roads and return being too great greats
a risk the department t explains thattwo that thattwo I
two sister t ships 8 1p to the Nina have made madetrips madtrips madetrips
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