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are be hapiandLi II II t aad that Attorney Attotseylbyabatht AttorneyAbraham At Atbn
Abraham insets one of the Attorney aN aNt or orthe
the t he 4L liLfindsiMt r at shan naIcer as an oOtoe ettoq > of ofthe ofI
the 1 he court ears carry them Jknat to the thocot gfirs gfirslet
1 et a attorney to rise tstn W there therenot shsn shsnhot
cot ton f a Lriinliial I pvawenOoa 8oft on oni
i hr charges of perjury perjuryitose perjarTAa I IM
M soon as the dl attorney baa hasmpleted t trmpleted
rmpleted hie 1DTe8tijati iDVt I a1ion I err dr dri MrIoee
itose i to carry these papers before ttte ttteiar mea
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IroceedSnjrs IroceedSnjrsGET ° rocee roceedinEaCOUNSEL nngL nngLCOUNSEL
COUNSEL FOR HYDE HYDEGET HYDEGET
GET NEW NE EVIDENCE EVIDENCEMake i i
Make Claim That Swopes SwopesBody SwopesBody Swo s sBody
Body Was Tampered TamperedWith T8 TamperedWith pered peredWith
With WithKANSAS WithKANSAS i iKANSAS
KANSAS CITY April UCouaoel et for forB fora er erB I
B C C Hyde Hydehi aeeIIIIfJd el f havtag I pdet c cs II IIh
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hi h s wifes mfittonaire unde Gal CeIi Thomas Thomasii I
ii i J Swope today say 1 they have foond foondevidence r rtllat fesudet
evidence et ideace oat destroys booruteli aauhIteIylIporiaat absolutety most mostupoHant mostI
upoHant I Hnks ta the States chain of ofevidence ofddeeee atevidence I
evidenceThe evidence evidenceThe ddeeeeThe
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> f Offload < Swope was tampered with withA withafter i iafter
after A fter it was placed ta the vault vaultAccordtaa cadtAcc alt altA
Acc Accordtaa A + DrdIag to the attorneys for the thedefense thedefence he hed
defense d ieaee Superintendent S81 t Cooke of For ForView IorVIew Pert
t r View Cemetery has admitted a itte4 that thatie
> ie key to the vault rms aecemgible to toa toa toa
a number nun bar of men that persona lOt aotknown sotknown
known to him were seen about the
Jodj Lod after It was placed ta the vault vaultivhere YaU1there vaultinhere
inhere here it rested before being pubttery pubtteryexhumed IIIIIbIIeIyfxhumed publiclyexhumed
exhumed and that a number of peraons peraonsentered JHI1OIIStnterM perrosuentered
entered and left the vault after ter remaining re remaining remah ¬
maining mah nf there a long time tilDeNEGRO timeNEGRO timeNEGRO
NEGRO MURDERER MURDERERLYNCHED MURDERERLYNCHED MURDERERLYNCHED
LYNCHED BY MOB MOBMERIDIAN A10BMERIDIAN MOBMERIDIAN
MERIDIAN Mis JIIfsL fates April 13TomONeal It 11TeIa 11TeIaONel Tom TomONeal
ONeal the t negro who barricaded him himgfter hbDIf himself
self If III the bsemeat ent of the jail here boreaftta
Aft < kHIfanr former Sheriff Sberl < John Tern Ternpie TemIe Teople I
pie was shot to death by the thethat mob mobthat mobthat
that aarrnundrd rurr + onaded the Jail shortly be feeWEATHER before before
fore oat r today tolayVEATHER todayWEATHER
WEATHER REPORT REPORTp
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norttor nort nortrlv ers district east of tile Yishs If dppi dppirlsar 1 1rl
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also 180 somewhat t cooler over the shower showerdistricts bowerd abowerdistricts
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IS CANNONS WISH WISHSpeaker 1SH 1SHSpeaker
Speaker Believes Insurgents InsurgentsWould InsurgentsWould i
Would 1 ould Be Discredited b by byOusting byOusting Y YOusti
Ousting Ousti HintWOULD Him HimWOULD HimVOULD
WOULD PRODUCE PRODUCECHAOS PRODUCECHAOS PRODUCECHAOS
CHAOS IN HOUSE HOUSEResultant HOUSER HOUSEResultant
Resultant R Deadlock Would Spell SpellRuin SpellRuin SpellRuin
Ruin for Rebel Republicans RepublicansIs
Is His BeliefBy Be Belief BcliefBy eL eLBy
By JAMES HAT JR JRWlstte JRWWi j jIdle
WWi Wlstte Idle the insurgents fn rgeeta enta af tb11os th a aonat a adew 1 1CIFCU
dew CIFCU with tile D Du mta tel tto ttoout
out Joaoph G Cannon f fersnip trs the mask maske I IJD
ersnip e v tip JD Mr Cannon te dolr sosna asl aslUeves be CUI ceaI
te totes such ae boese 1M 1H 1Htaev bellewt I
Ueves that it would wbe be his revenge and andbrteK anddi5credlt andbseiesg
brteK discredit upon the Insuiaoma fasuristaThht InsuiaomaThto I InI1I5
Thto remarkable story of the Speak Speakers Speakers ¬ i iers
ers escort to avenue himself for the thetreatment thetreatment
treatment he has received from the in inisur In In8U Insurgents i
isur 8U surgents encs t8 comes from one of has closest closestpersonal eetpeno closestpersonal
personal friends and most trusted pont poiltJenJ polltJcaI pontadvisors
JenJ JcaIN advisors anvmsraNever advisorsNever
Never N er ta the htetory of the reentry
has there been such a situation Here Herete
te the dramatic spectacle epee Lade of f a great greatpolitician sreatpelWda greatpolitidan
politician with the mines under his ms feet feetstruKKlteg teetstruggl feetstrugalht
struKKlteg struggl to compel the men who have havearranged hayearn haveans
ans arranged arn ed tor his anmmmtmn au baton to do their theirwork tIHIrwol1c theirwork
work quickly His motive as de denrgente de decribecl dewobed
cribecl by Ida tllellda is to ndat rata e Ia Iats in insurgeats
nrgente ts In the coming co > rdng Conaremonal Cosgyeaelasalrernn Conaremonaland C
rernn and to demonstrate that hula Jitoiof 1118of hulamethod
method of drug dGI busfcaaag has been the thecorrect t1leCOITect thecorrect
correct one In the House HouseWeald Hou8eW1d HouseWeuid
Weald Welcome W T THe THeAceenUnl VoteAecrding te teAeocrdin
Aeocrdin AceenUnl to this deser description iptios of Can Cannons CaDframe Canavas ¬
nons frame of mind be Ovoid Uke the theout ther thetsureeats
tsureeats r ewta and Dtmoocrats to vet ftJte him Jdmowt himout
out of the Spoakernhip Spss3iei a p this tIdIJJt aftamoonI aftamoon
I If this wire done he thmke the Home Homewoohl aeweaN I3hmaewould
weaN be thrown rate chaos Ute h riserton eIeedonJC risertonof
of a Speaker 9Deak would be bei a uter oC oCWMks ofweeks
i weeks or even ev months mont monthe aM the theJatlye Je s slative
Jatlye program fJC ue PI Preldnt II hi would wouldM wouldbe
he threatened with disaster If it were werei wereLot ere ereJiOt
i cot realty destroyedi destroyed iId iIdIt
i It was pointed out today that the theIpt theppekea
1 rmirhB Ipt la the Speaker has mane prod proddin pr0delta prodding
din ding and hrltathar an JIll iliiThm the in insurgents inW1D inorgouta ¬
surgents win be followed f fir othuleeches othu othuCches othureches
eches of a slmslar ebaracftor andthat and andt aDdXr
leeches Cches that t Mr Cannon will w bait fate foe tow to torace 10rae torace
race toward what be believes will prove provetheh provetheir e etMtr
their destruction ht greater degree than thanhis tJutnh1a thanbin
his hisWhen
When hen he was discredited hy the Boose Boosehi Boosethe Houseis
hi the adoption of the NorM resolufon resolu resolution rMOIutt ¬
tion removing him from the Committee Committeeon
on Rules R be wanted to resign reftthea re n the Oatak ipeskerilp Oatakishlp
ishlp the then an and there and it wt wm only onlythe onlywerk onlythe
the work of former 1onwrW Tfapfuisp ldepreipetatfvo ldepreipetatfvoJstssa tative tativearkm
Jstssa Wabra W of Isdi as wbieb per peraftIo perst
st tipd him to tin ehnime aftIo aftIo1I Art tuna tunaItsornf
1I Blast TII = arkm wools btjxy bspolltinity btjxyHtlcally
Htlcally union not he would GdI be PalOUll4 4iesl pteafced pteafcedto ed edto
eU F
to have himself ousted an and then fit aftaround fitaround
around and watch Rome howl howlSo boatPisa
Pisa tIf tIfSo IaarrgtlstL IaarrgtlstLSo
So far as the thet insurgents are concerned concernedtNey cocarnadthey
they t y have been making a PI PIt preliminary preliminaryjTive
jTive r eve t feowat removing Cannon hem the theSpeakersMp tIaeat theSpekeredp
SpeakersMp jut at the dose of Con ConHT Conafter Congrrps
HT grrps SB after the necessary ry Hsjlrtstien legislatlonhas Hsjlrtstienmany tIeII tIeIIU
U 1 adelhted Oat the other otberIIUUI7 band bandmany
many Bmeoerats are not particularly parttcnhuiyenthusiastic lardcalarlyeutb1l8lude particularlyothuelsstle
enthusiastic about rcmovhnr Cannoning Cannontemi CaaD
as a abehalf eampdrmt < OII argument ia tIIek owa owabelMilt owabehalf
behalf behalfCannon belMiltCaDDOll behalfCannot
Cannon wants removal at any y ol oltime old oldtime aidtime
time If It comes soon enongh to put up upto upto qrto
to the Insurgents i i5eM8 and the Democrats Democratsi
i la4 e Job of enacting eRaettnged lagl togfetation lOn demand demanded ¬
ed Hurt by the manner m in which things thingshave thingshave p pbave
have gone against nst Jdm Mm he desires to tosee toMe tosee
see what his enemies could or could not notaccomptteb notacconapIIsIL notaccomplish
accomplish His HtstrleDd friends say y that if his hisreaioval 1I1sreDOY1 hisremoval
removal were followed follow by chaos the theYou theaargeata theinnageata
aargeata would haTe to go before the theCOUIItry thecountry
country and answer the aeea accusation atloaYou accusationYou
You were responsible bIe for creatinc creatincthe creating creatingI
the confusion and defeating tIet the orderly orderlycourse orderlycourtte orderlycotwse
course of legislation 1qIsIa Oll AWhy 1 Why by did you do docoun doIt doIt
It What good baa It a done tile coun counnons counI
try tryThat That That r chaos might eIUIIIy follow CaD CaDIIOIIS Canaons
nons removal comes from the fact facttM that thatthe thatthe
the I Democrats > would net rote for a Re Republican Republican ¬
publican regular r or Insurgent t t and the theinsurgent thei theinsurgent
insurgent i Republicans Republ could not vote for fora CorDemocrat
a Democrat DemocratThe DemocratThe DemocratThe
The fight would come on th election electionof
of some regular r Republican pot not as objeetfonable ob objectionable vbas ¬
jectionable as Cannon to the insurgents insurgentsWhat insurgentsWhat lIenta lIentaWbat
What the result would be no member memberof
of the House e cares to predict predictCADETS predIetCADETS predictCADETS
CADETS TO ASSIST ASSISTAT ASSISTA ASSISTAT
AT A T THE UNVEILING UNVEILINGAnnual
Annual Parade and Review Prob Probably Probably Probably
ably to Be Held Same SameDay SameDay SameDay
Day DayWMfeae DayW1I DayWe
W1I We WMfeae u Jeamtn date has bees eea set yetIt yet yetaad yetIt
It is wuleateoll mide Meod tint the aw parade paradeaIMI paradeand
and review of the fflgh Scheol Cadet CadeTorJracnT cwtK Cadetrageest
TorJracnT w wtK site pteee May 11 me date daeKescta dateset dateset
set 1 ue ayeiMsg of the P aM aMKosdwko andKooeskostaom
Kescta Kosdwko Kooeskostaom ostatHos Theresjtaient TIle reglmot has bean beanlevihed bosatavited bMaJavMed
tavited to take part ta the anvoHmg YeIII cere ceremonies ceremo wemasks ¬
monies and the tavMaOoa Ia has beam MId hoMto MIdill heldIa
ill abeyance tint deciRoR cII he reMItM reMItMas
as to the e date of the annual parade paradeSoperiatendoat pwadePen paradeSperfutmdmt
Soperiatendoat Pen Hughes of the thehigh lieWP thehigh
high schools has received a auggootKm that thatthe Itoile thatthe
the cadets be permitted to hold tbac the4rjM the4rjMi pa paTacIe pe pettde
i TacIe de immediately after the URvelltog cere ceremonicir cin cinr oeixemoaiea
monicir r This date is favorably faorablyDy regardedby regarded regardedby
by the school autbortttos because It wttt take takethe takethe
the young men from school oa one day dayonto daJ011I dayopo
onto Should another date be decided decidedi decIdeiI1IpoA doddek
itShould
1IpoA opo It Is MO Ute invitation iItYiMIuRhe to take takeartla
artla i in the naveflmg row aantctecs will be beBd beWARSHIP beed
ed dised disedWARSHIP Bd BdWARSHIP
WARSHIP PLANS BURNED BURNEDCASEEWN BURNEDCAXDKN BURNEDCaMDHN
CASEEWN 1C J April 1Lrtra ML Fte bas hasdeatroyo basdestroyed I
destroyed a twostory drafting nIttbIgof building onfldtagof
of the Now ew York Shipbuilding Company Com Comtme i ipall
pall with a number 01 t III indnd indndbc 1Dda1
tile the working plans of the engineand engine engineand I ISIUIItary
and sanitary systems sy of the battleships battleshipsUtah battleshipsUtah tps I
Utah and Arkansas Ar kaoeas These TJteM11aJ18 plans ia were weereduplicates weredvoHcates
duplicates e of the oristaalg o r aa which are areST arekeIIt arekght j
keIIt in a fireproof Vault and their de detnICdoB de destrocdonh
tnICdoB wt eau De delay SA rem rempleting I
pleting tile battleships lp TIle loss 1 re retioted eI
utecl at k1t k1tST 1tGjWL 1tGjWLST
I
ST LAWRENCE OPEN OPENMONTREAL OPENMO OPEN3r10NTREALApth
MO 3r10NTREALApth MONTREAL Aprfl IX DThe DTherea The steamship steamshipXTOB steamshipSires
Sires Prime Oter has arrived here from fromrecor 1101IICatte fromCape
Cape Rratoa beetmtl g tile early AnIval AnIvalrec8tC ark U Ureomiri
recor rec8tC by iHevon days Cantata CaptaIaUtA Nato Natorepsrbed Kneanreported
reported Htb base > tronhte from ice icePeace inonpence
Peace eRCe Rails Rails Dressed Dr 5Coats Casts Apiece ApieceVranK ApieceYJWIk ApieceFraut I
VranK 3ey Co Itk X Y Y X Air ATSAdv Aye1 AirAdv
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9
FOUR ARE INJURED INJUREDOne INJUREDWHEN
WHEN JAIL BURNS BURNSOne
One Fireman Thought to toHave toHave toHave
Have Perished atNew at atNew atNew
New Haven HavenINMATES HavenINMATES HavenINMATES
INMATES GUARDED GUARDEDBY
BY STATE TROOPS TROOPSN
e N e of C f the Prisoners Escape Ow Owing Owiag Owlug ¬
lug to Prompt V6rk Ork ofAuthorities of ofAuthorities ofAuthorities
Authorities Authorities3CBW AuthoritiesHATBN
3CBW F11F OATSK Y f Conn Apr ApdtJav a8ev a8everad Gev Gevef
erad 81 companies UJlII of the Seeond Regiment RegimentCssmsorimr R RegimentCsrneetlcs t tI
Cssmsorimr < I r National + Gvard Gweed w4Ut load loaded leaded ¬
ed rifles n Ooh gnnronnded tb the N Ne Neti Haven Havencounty BavenCDllIIty Haveneeanty
county JaM today and d took oW all ofthe Of vfthe OfUte
the as prisoners in time to prevent theirbe4ag their theirbeing tbt > ir ir1JarIwI
being borne to death when a Are start starttee startIn startle
tee ta a worknhip was ce commnnloated OItm toatH to tothr tour totl
tl thr ceunonse proper properThe PIOPerThe properThe
The entire city fire aopnrtmnnt wa wasoaltod waeIW waslid
slid out to fight the Mum Tb The chair chairshops ebirwwII chairwsrit
wwII wsrit tip ci alt aUtlle the ether jail work TAK1taacl worke
shops e mad commissary department bare barebeen hawbeetI havebees
been destroyed destroyedFireman destrQeLFireman destroyedFireman
Fireman Fireman ifiiasinsFour SSsajng SSsajngPoor 1i n nFear
Poor firemen nave been injured three threepoalbly tbreeIY threepeslbly
poalbly IY fatally and one IB 1TIle missing missingThe mimingThe
The last fe thought to have II perished tothe in inthe illtIM
the names None N of the prtoonore 1Jd WaSaDd wasand was wasinjured
injured and none noneTIte escaped escapedThe escapedThe
The are was started ay defective sloe e4etrk sloetile 4ectrtc
tile wiring ta the ehmftr workshop kM8p There Therewas T erwu Therewas
was instant terror among the prisoner prisonersand prisonerand IS ISaDd
and the guards could give little atten attention attention tu n ndoll ¬
tion to the arejMLvmg ttreJIa to hold the pris prisoners prI8onen prisoners ¬
oners hi checkThe check checkTINt
TINt satire fire nt department t 1W was > S CTiH called calledbut matedbut j jbut
but it wa was noon seen that the di Jan would wouldprobably wprotllly couldprobably
probably go and the State troop were weresummoned wereIJVftII weresummered
IJVftII summoned IlIe4 With WI baye IIrMteW fcs lbM Hi ii they theye theYIIIU theymarched
IIIU tile 361 men prisoners tetIIe tetIIecitY to the thecity
citY prtsoa aDd the tweMy8ge were wereinmates I II
I inmates te the e mttttte armory armorytei anDOr7PIreaMa armoryFliemm
PIreaMa Vaughan Homey sad xrI Notes Notesteei
tei were e seriously erteu burned and are m a acritical amtieu
critical eondfltSon m II doD doDLleatt Tirenmn imams imamsand asnagros i iand I
and Lieutenant Doherty were wer trappedon trapped trappedings i ioathe
oathe on the sea M tory or one of titha DuIId DuIIdlap bodtugs
lap Shuaroe Sb leaped and wa was badly badlyhurt 4ty 4tyhurt 1
hurtDoherty hurt hurtOonerty I
Doherty fa missing missingThere missingThere
There were many narrow imrmfim seapmMEYERHOFFERDIES I
MEYERHOFFERDIES MEYERHOFFERDIESRetired WT r ylRetired
ie IT ram ramRetired yl I
Retired Printer Is Stricken StrickenWhite StrickenYlhie StrickenWho
White Chatting WithFriend With WithFriend VithFriend
Friend FriendStricken Friendwll FriendStitches
Stricken with heart disease Vincent YI C CXeyarhsntec Ca CMarbset
Xeyarhsntec a former employe of the theOortruiaunt tileo theOovernesest
Oortruiaunt o FitnUu Piing Ofnce died and anddenly 1IIIddeIIIy soddenly
denly shortly before neon uday aar white whitemlfchnr wWtewItk wbbekikieg
mlfchnr with a friend hi the anoex of the theblr Mt thet4g
blr t printery M at North Capitoi and H HGreets HItreet Hstreets
Greets Mr Meyerhoffer X teyerhoitero er who whosixtyetght was waiIsixt7el wassixtyeight
sixtyetght ht era rs old old lived at BK S Sstreet Srefit Sstreet
street refit northwest northwestApparently JllNttawelltAppareatJy northwestApparently
Apparently in a good health Mr MrbGfter M Meyer Meyerboner yer yerbonTer
boner called at the Prtntln PrIR Printing Ofnce this thtemain IIMOrBIIIc thismoridug
MOrBIIIc to Me some or J aM friends frteDdaAfter friendsAfter
After stopping a few minutes a tile tilebai themain
main building bai he went t to the cMce of ofAn ofAD1JIIt dAugust
An August ust IHmath superhuendent teahdest of c doen documets doenents doeueab
eab ents ta the annex amtexI
I just dropped around to toSoteMC Me tile theboys tileooy
boys aDd JIIId out how w cverrUllar w wgoiDg wasgoing
going Mr aieyerholfer said to one of ofthe oftile ofthe
the veteran employe empioyegFe employerTe enq IoJFe
Fe aDd nd Mr Donath had been tolling taDctasonly ta taoa tollingoni
oa only a few f msetes 7 millet ta tes when Mr MeyerWWft Meyer Meyerh9fftv
WWft h9fftv bM t saddohly toppled over ht 118cbait his hiscfaait hischain
chain One of the physicians as eotwecte eotwectewith eGl1IMCteIIwitJa eotaectedwith
with the office 4 was summoned summonedMr s lBllWMMdMr
Mr Meyerhoffer wag Wasa a native ef t Can Canada Outada aa aaad
ada ad but had 9 hired W In 1 1 Washington Wa formany for formany ferIDIIY
many years He J1 was employed at the theprinting tbeprlatbtg theprating
printing office until a few years J1J tgo tgowhan i 8 8wIMR gowhen
when be retired retlr d dPRE1VlATURE dPREMATURE i
PREMATURE BLAST BLASTKILLS BLASTKILLS BLASTKILLS
KILLS SEVEN MEN MENThree MENThree MENTluee
Three Others lters Injured When Dyna Dynamite DynaMite Dynaaite ¬
mite Explodes at Stone StoneQuarry StoneQuarry
Quarry QuarryEASTOK QuarryEAgTOI
EASTOK PIt Pa April 15S 13 13Seven + Sevt en > ft most mostall enal1 sonall
all foreigners t were killed and three threeothers tlrr8fJotben threeothersr
others one of f them an American Americanwere Aedemawere Americanwere
were badly injured i jwred through tltr > Ull a premature prema premature KeJRtJ1e ¬
ture ext4oaioa of a blast t at the UteRette UteRettequarry stone stonequarry stonequarry
quarry of the Naaareth Cement Com Company CelRpan Company ¬
pany pan at t Nazareth today todayThe tayThe todayThe
The jp mesa a bad planted a blast aa aawere and aJuita andwere
were tapping ta down the dynanrtt dyaamtewhen dynanrttwhen ci7JlMtthe
when he In t Tome n e unexphilnablo uaexp1 Jnab Jnabtbe manner maserthe mannerthe
the explosive went off offH olfat
> at H of tUe dead were buried under underseveral underseveral aderlie
several lie eral tons of rocks and sad sadTO JJ8RdTO sandTO
TO GIVE HEARING HEARINGON
ON EXCISE BILL BILLSenate BILLe BILLSette
Senate e Committee Will Listen to toArguments toArguments toArguments
Arguments on Gallinger GallingerMeasure Gal GallingerMeasure inger ingerMeasure
Measure MeasureThe
The Senate District Committee will willgrant willa willgrast
grant a basting toraorrow morntn morning g at atM ateIoek
M oclock la 1 n room 414 Senate oCAce oCAcebtnldtog etAeebu otAeebetiding
betiding nn 1QIR the GfidHagar G cxchje bill WlLThis billThis W1LThis
This legisfcxtloa fe deigned d to rigidly rigkHyregulate r rigidlyregulate y yte
regulate te the Hotter r traffic in the District DistrictS DIstrIetSe
So S men maar requests ts have been received
by the committee for hearings by par parties parties ¬
ties both fo for < and against t the measure measurethat measurethat
that the Senate committee hts he s decided Jded
to throw tb open ape Its doors oors anc and allow all
interests concerned In the iieqsure r aes ure to tomake toke tomake
make their arguments for or igatest Jt JtPeats It ItPeetsy itF
Peats Peetsy F Dressed 35 35Fraser Gents Apiece ApieceFrank JpiecePftIIIIk
Frank LHcy Co 6th K F T Awe Ye
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11 Leaders in American Suffrage Affairs AffairsrfHE I ITHE s
THE 1nE REV ANNA HOWARD HOWA D SHAW SHAWtdeat MRS HARRIET TAYLOR UPTON UPTOIFPiosideat UPTONTreasurer UPTONpCllliQeat
pCllliQeat tdeat National American Woman Suffrage SuffrageAssociation Suftra Treasurer of UK National Organization Or OrgaaiaationAnsociation t INLAaociation
Association
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SUFFRAGISTS EAGER EAGERFOB EAGERFOR
FOR GAVElS LS FALL RLEomans FALLWoman7s FALLWins
Wins omans Association Con Convenes Conve Conw ¬
venes w es Tomorrow Ton row Spirited SpiritedSessions SPiritedSessions
Sessions Exncctftd ExncctftdT Ex ted tedAIDfSTRONG I
I I1M i
Rl T 5KL T A ARMSTRONG ARMSTRONGWbra MSTROKfi MSTROKfiShaw
Wbra 1M gaoel 1 or President t Anna AnnaShaw nna j
Shaw BU call to order the fortyaocond fortyaocondA tortl fortyascendanawd eond
anawd anJI COII couventlra of the Jfadona JfadonaA 3btnnaAmarYsa
AmarYsa A merman W Wtioa Woman oman Ssdrraa Stdrap a Asaoda Asaodaow eIat191 Asadattpn
tioa tosnorr tosnorroman tnorrow ow aftemoo attrnaoss t at 234 234o 3 3O t toX
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the moat aofKme Katnertes Ptbeih gathediig1 t + t i JOnwri JOnwricaa WeJ1cA sii siitan
tan woraca ever see sees h a dab city wfll wfllhave wtUye wIUhave
have ye assembled bled to begin 11 a a determteo determteojrht dotesminedfight
fight jrht t for the ballot ballotThe ballotTIle ballotThe 4Ieter1
The convention will bo unique intbt in inthe IntIIat
tIIat It mats mal P1I purpose b not t to e MW showthe
the progress and the working of theotoae the theoavae theoa I
oavae oa of womans w maps suffrage svnTrs v ta t America Americah 1DericaIMIt Americabut
h but t to concentrate all form at the theeoomsd
command CO JlIMftd of the organisation orpP orgaaiza lots toward towardI towardesitaintng I
obtaining I for the JDO movement t recofmi reengaities
ties on n Ute floor of ingress Cos resa roecowalI Thesuragists The Thesnstrasists TIMt
snstrasists t wits not he satisfied they theyoy
sy Y with simply plyabealleq a bearing ie I the com committee ceiUee omsittee ¬ I
mittee iUee rooms of the Hoe an and Sea desatee Senate Seaate ¬
ate but will bring powerful JIOwert1I1to pressure pressureto
to hear in order to get the subject of ofwomans of8IdIrap ofwemaas
womans suffrage discussed d ed on the thefloor tbeaeor theAser
floor floorIn aeorIa AserIn
In order to lea lead then aid to this end emdthe endthe
the clans of aalftagioU are arefroa gathering gatheringfrom athtdngfrom 1
from far an sad near The largest delsjav delsjavtlon deatbn
tlon will come from 2frw Mr w York saws SttrteState sawswIII I
and wIII be heeded b7 J lira Ella Saw Sawicy
icy Croaett preedent JII r t of tile New HaWI York YorkState Yoc1tState
State Woman w Suffers s Association A Th TbP TbPgr The Thetour j jfour
four woman suffrage States ta the theUmon I IU
Umon U oa Colorado Wyeminav W7 lld Utah and andIdaho I s sIdaho
Idaho win each sen send powerful deteaa deiegarttoss I IUoIaa
Uons and threefourths of the States lateewttl Stateswifi Slat Slatwtf1
wifi be represented eiIM 8eted > at the COlI COlIby t oavatie oavatieby
I by delegates tM alternates and Interested Interestedvhntors 1Bt 1BtTIIdton
visitors
I Icpre
Campfehenarre Pre Prograai PrsgraaThe am amTbe
i The program to be presented at the thecumentiou theconvention i
convention to said 14 to b MUle be the meat mast bell hrllnational bellWest
West and VUkelulI1l1ift a goer er erto made witI out outfor
to a national womans ofrags s ribms con conThough coorondos I ItIoa
rondos tIoa Though the theoclock epeahsg session IMMIIortwtll sessionwpl
wtll be held tu tomorrow L UOW aft afteopos at 271 271oclock a i ioeIock
oclock this meeting will be hugely largelygive hugelygiven
given over to the reports of national Iarrel7I of atfioers offleers f1Ieen
fleers aced aa it to the session of tomorrow teMorTowthat tomorrowelealig tomorrowCTonmc
CTonmc that will mark the real opening opeaIngr j jvf
vf r the convention conrentionAt cOn cOnAt
At this evening session Mrs XIAvef7 Bacbet BacbetFoster taciNFoster
Foster Avery of Pl Phihvdeiphia ladetplala flrat Tlee cleapresident
I
6 president ut aside dent nt of the oramnteaaoBwHl orplwArIB will preside presidePresident Ide IdePIdent j jdrees
President Taft will deliver the ant tWI address i iof
dress of the evening and ta the and andtenon uo uotence 1 1IeDce
tenon there tberewlll will be a number teI of Sena Senai Senatore i iton
i ton l Re ReprsstuhtMtves pres ell tatlve vea and aa other public poMicmen publicroes I IMea
men roesand and their wives wiresSenator wivessator wivesSenator
Senator Robert I L Owen of Otclahoma OtclahomawiU Oktaatomawilt i iwill
will make an address I on Why Women Womenshould WenDeDSIIMIkl WomenShseid
should Have Suffrage Frances squireaster Squire SquirePotter SquirePeUer
Potter correspoodlns secretary of the theiMakJhg theAseoda theTeas
Teas Aseoda Aoeocatioa Gt WIll talk Oft The naeI TheMikfag
iMakJhg I of a Democracy and the an antev 11a annual
a address of the pI prc JIcIeat ident the fRev fRevAnna tev tevwfll ev evAaII
Anna Howard SbaW wfll complete plet the theprogram ueprorram theeeaing
eeaing eeaingt program programAnotable prorramA
Anotable A t notable program win be devoted at atcnaaton oituiOD atshe
she session of the CODeltjft to a dill dilln diecession
cession n of the industrial conditionB cond of ofAmerican ofomen ofAmertean
American women ae rkers rkerawtves an and as aswives aswires
wives and mothers of enters tt The Thebearing TM1Naring Thebearing
bearing of industrial condtiftits coadIr OD tJ1IS scg OB the thethis ueWldte thewbfe
Wldte save tnlAc win be bed diecu8se4 atmeeting at atJDeetfnc
this meeting kn by Mrs Baymogd Rob Roband Roltlitd RoltlitdUK
and UK wellknown wellJatO well koown writer Charles Charmthe Set Setward EdWIUd l2 l2speak
ward Russell Iell will be one oC the speak speakers apeken speakma ¬
ers on the same 8IDeDorethy png pngDorothy prosrans prosransD
Dorothy D r tliy Due Dixa a Speaker SpeakerMrs
Mrs Ch Charlotte rlotte Parkhw Gflman G AI Der Dorottiy Derotb7 Derotiq
ottiy Dix Max Eastman of the Melts MeltsLeague MsLeIIf1Ie MeohsLeague
League for lor Womans Suffrage in NewYork New NewYork XewYork
York Harriet K x Grtntat Dr M Carey CareyThomas CarerTIIOMaA CareyThom
Thomas presMattt of Bryn MawramlIege Mawr MewrCoUece MawrHarrIet
CoUece Harriet carton n BlakeBeatrice Blake BhOchBeatrice BIaRJetrice
Beatrice ForbesRoberteoB oD and aa Miss MissBay MIllsBa7 4hiMaRay
Bay Costello of Bartend win be e amotkg amotkgI 8M4HIIItotIter amoe amoeother
other wealk el wa women and mea WIt WItwill wlowill
I will eour contribute Ssute to various program programeotion prograMS1nin prog are aredories
dories tile ireeks sessions ns Gt tile COIt COItvilltioR eavention
eotion ventionBesides eotionBesides <
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Meeting o of f Board o of f Trade Tradeand Tradeand
and Chamber er of Contraerce ContraerceScheduled C ce ceScheduled
Scheduled TodayThe Today
The Chambers IIC Omamsrce c an sad Biialof BiialofPnsisii Dsssd L LoC ofTrade
Trade oC flea1em apeislmi r J o IrnIIiIII YoeThfwhsba
IIIMIIIer Wr we L a IIIIGIIId IIIIGIIIdor sad a afair
fair chance or kindisg die Pnsisii Faaa Faaalea Onnal Onnalof oIEqI lea learpesltios
EqI I6 rpesltios rp esltmcod gIll passed IS held die dieat bat isi t
mcod g at 4 43l oci4 otWdt tits dlooa JJ all alldie it itthe
die moo of the Chamber of 1 Oomanirf OomanirfNew wco ee eeNew
New hnpetne was given the expos exposproject oauo oauoIa espositopoject
project yesterday hi aa announcement l 11 111tJ made madeby madeby
by the Board of Trade ooammtac UlL 111 8 8Its after afterKsflrst alterits
Ksflrst Its fret jeaiioa that it had hade hadeootabratioa coos io be beeIaJa rem remebbs
ebbs be movement oWI to mono the big bigceIe bigodebratos
ootabratioa for the Capital CIIpIIIIT was eaUreiy eathelyfeaelbhe eaUreiyTms
feaelbhe
Tips hnpeonr was wassptaimy agegtheed agegtheedwhoa Ai J 1 1IIMIq
whoa Ute Board ol Trade repmeemtslvee repmeemtslveeepeed L In Infor
sptaimy epeed y acranaed for forODe a joint eoISeat eoISeatBut uunftjt unc i I IBnt
But one sfe htfereace Jnf meo can be iniilliiil from the thebasins I Ibaste
baste of the Board of Trade It to that theband the dieboard j jwhich
board Jg Ja posacseioit ton 0 certain inns withwhhh with
which k Is much Improjmd 1 hi preehmd 1 1 J and that It te tedmfcom iRdeitom
dmfcom of uafonmc UIIf them as man m pus tOIisAlle pusBible posj posjthat s
Bible 0 tie dtlllberS mbsa repreIIfiII tzpreedttUves so soUte sothat
that the two big onjaoiiatioas caanetdowa caanetdowato call get dowJi dewanth I I1U
to work at once sod h land the exposition expositionoonHnsMaa ep exposisieaTye NII
TII8 e gn greatest rz cy is still being raht rahtseiaed
seiaed as to wki ibt > e pIaas Me 1 wasiciot was wastile I
speepd that tile meeting a die thelat J IIttIII
oonHnsMaa III lat latroomer 1M would be hentad doors doorsFormer doanJIonB
Former Ctenmmmaner On l II MaeCarbmd MaeCarbmdchafeman Is IscIIeInMIR isthslrnon
chafeman of the chamber comnattee willie whmThe willieE >
E C Gr Ia beads tile be4iard emstiittles emstiittlesThe IJli1UU IJli1UUTIle
The procedure which It was WMwould believed believedTOO belieo 4 4would
TOO would be foHowec f ward be the etectton of ofeither oreitJwrMr ofat
either eitJwrMr Mr MacfsrUnd or Mr Graham Gr GrcIIaInDR GrabamOman m mckafctBan
Oman of the joint jointFRIENDS committee WmmiiaaeFRIENDS committeeMysterious
FRIENDS OF ABDUL I IIN
1 IN ANOTHER PLOT PLOTMysterious PLOTi PLOTMysterious
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Mysterious Arrests Follow FollowDiscovery FoUowDiscovery FollowDiscovery
Discovery of AntiGov AntiGovernment AntiGoernmerlt j jeminent
eminent Scheme SchemeSOFIA SchemeI SchemeSOIlA SchemeSOTIA
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SOFIA April IX 13AIIetItft 13AIIetItftplot Another a antigss antigssetswcnt tts v vA
etswcnt plot engineered red by frimds eC eCUHlal c cbdul
UHlal HaI tile 4eDoMd 4eDoMdeea skp a has hasern
eea tIi cOYend a at teastaa JD 1IC 1ICto acoosdhtg
oosdhtg to t tedp y s dispatches
A number 0 t mydh mysterlwm arrests arrestsbeen have hAyeI haveen
I en made AawnK A them are severaj severajVmH eev eevs severe severeboys
boys s and Jkt otfteIaJB under Al Abdul I IftL
ftL VmH VmHwasthe Fbeee re evidences thit t tbe plot plotas pertwas
wasthe was as the most threatening threatentnsmonths < tIC roast neet1M roastmonths
months monthseea monthsThe
1M guard rd nut t Abdnls villa at Sa Salol
lol In woidm teb he ie a prisoner prDoliet1teeR boa boabees
bees eea doubted doubtedBoard deab1eC1Bo doubledBoards
Board Bo dsD Dressed Se Steo o Per too Ft Ftyrajric FtD PtPit <
Pit yrajric eis LIbby D Ch Cb ML a K 1 T YA Are AveAden
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MRS E E H EL miff miffm HARHIr HARRIMANMAY AN ANIAr
m OUST punsShakeup puns PLATTShakeup pffgiShakeup
Shakeup in Control of Unit United United United ¬
ed States Express ExP ess Com Company CompUly Conpaay ¬
pany Rumored Rumoredxarw
xarw Nl TOKK o April ir UWaJI ran a11 street streetww Streetwa
ww KMieA a 01 Jell today by a report opefrt that Mrs Mrsfc JInH iliaH
fc H H Harriman chief st nlsmtiyliu ildhdde IIi of oftb oftile oftb
tile tb United UaIt State lEApiesav Grips Cnmpsnytermtn Clf Gripswan II IIw8I
wan ally heneIf with die tr dty dtyUte asrIty Ia Iaterssia
termtn an and oust the Plat astray la lathe fAtile inlam
the corporatmn JHfttlh J lam or yoaap yo me tote lateSenator tote toteOtnotnr e estor
Senator Thomaa C C Platt erected Ma Maastahra heatlahra
Platttk4
astahra and his sons inherited tk4 J that thatricht tIIatt tIIatToda thattight
tight tightToday richtToday t
Today Toda WaR Street Street hoarthat beam that thatHarrlmaD Mrs MrsHarrhnan 3hIHarriman
Harriman will rote th tore UI 3 3t O S shares t tberited m mprurfdmt I
herlted from8a her bwbaad for a newprddeet new JteAt
prurfdmt t who will not be a Platt Piattthat and andthat andt
t that Independents tndep eM rtet win WIIIH be bepmceon gsad as the thedirectorate thedlftctmate thedirectorate
directorate Dividends Un1h are to be ia iaAt Iaas Ineras
eras sed as a result It Is saW saWu BaldAt
At Mrs Harrlrnans Harr1 s office a statement statementwas statemlllltwas
was refiewd r refa + ed and at the T ttted afted States StatesKxpress StatfSFxp StatesExpress
Express Fxp Company Treasurer Edward EdwardPlatt T TPlatt TPatt
Platt said he could not discuss the re report 1port reMAN
port portMAN portMAN
MAN MADE A CRAZYT CRAZY CRAZYBY I IBY
BY T SIGHT OF FOOD FOODOat FOODOut FOODOut
Out of Work ock for Four Days He Hei HeHurls HeHuds HeHurls i
Hurls Himself Through ThroughGrocery j jGrocery
Grocery Window WindowPHILADELPHIA Wltxk w wPHILADSLPHLt
PHILADELPHIA PHILADELPHIAby April Ucra I I1py
by the sight of food sods dtanmye In Inmocked I inthe
Ute wI window r a grocery store which whichmocked
mocked the Bags of hunger h r mat 1 U were werefast werefast
fast robbing robb him of strength strengthKelly t tKelly
of Baltimore tOM a astone astone eobbJe
stone from the etreet e reet early today aad aadhurl aadburllllK andhurling
hurl burllllK in it through the glass tttnr ft ftItlm n nhimself
himself Itlm el1 upon upoathe the fruit and bread breadMagistrate breadMagistrate
Magistrate Care sentenced him to tosix tosix tosix
six months D i in the House of Correction CorrectionLeaving CorreetIoRLeavla CorrectionLeaving
Leaving < bra wife and children cblldr Kellycame Kelly Kellycame KellYcame
came here and for or fop four days and andnights aani andnights
nights ni ts walked the streets searching searchingfor 8a 8aor
for or work
COL HASKELL HASKELLAT DIES DIESAT
AT nni COLUMBIA bOLUflDlAMillionaire iiynii S C CliUionllire CMillionaire
Millionaire Politician and andJurist a andJurist d dJ
Jurist J uwist of the South SoutiiPasses SouthP SouthPasses
Passes P sses Away AwayCOLUMBIA AvayIA AwayOLLIERLA
COLUMBIA IA S s C April 13 1 uCeL uCeLa CM CMAIvxMder CalAlexander
Alexander Chwvres a res Ea Ralcall koil promi prominent IIOAIIiet proohlt ¬
nest for or years tn the South stJttlFeerae1 Chrattnct CYhrediasdemocracy Chrattnctdemocracy
democracy chaimuut of the Govern Govemmoofs Goventts GovernMeats
Meats ts reorganlaaton committee ataee ataeetile of ofth ofthe
th tile Union UBI Padne > dtotrtet aad su sitprose supreme ¬
prose judge ude of South Carolina CarelhtaoC antiduo anti axdn
duo n of the richest men in the Sooth Soothdied
died here today todayHe to todayHe ayHe
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MEANS PROMOTION PROMOTIONTO 1 1Proposed
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Rev Rec Receatfy 3r Introduced by byreee Rep Replaws Bepreeeatatic
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laws wtth a slaw Wte to toform eRthhisitsg eRthhisitsgform a tal 1 1form
form formmental eyrtbwt tL throu hea a 1M 1Mmental dspart dspartmental
mental stink hereby mlsrhat will willb spillbe i11
b be baaed solely e ae sly on the character of ctIte ctIteork the thework O Owork
work ork in J perfm ifmmifl ed by bymended ell eIerIt eIerItreport is tssam tssammended
mended hi a report submRte to me meHoooe the 11MH theHouse
Hoooe H today by the House Cemmfltt Cn Comheli1eeon 1 L1 e eon > S
on Reform ora ta the Chrfl Sen Sentee Senteepanbl ice aceom aceompanymg aoeoopanying
panymg < the Mil introduced moat moatweeks i iXassachnsetta HMra
weeks a by Heprsutattve r 6Hye Gets or orueettII ofNaechtntts
Xassachnsetta ueettII chairman thali ssaii of that tIIatmktft corn cornmince COBImlttee
mince mltteeThe mktftTbe minceThe
The provision w of the but wMeh wb are areof areoC areof
of interest to evary CtOiMamial f 1 dork elerkSa
Sa Washh W Wasitos rtaa are aa follows fellowsThe followsThe teIIMIsThe
The foBowhsK r sehadvle of grades d seasalaries a dsalarte d
salaries fen empleyes ba Ute eeoeetellre eeoeetellreuepahtroeas e
C1epa C1epab uepahtroeas and stah1lhmeaIm is been beenby
b by ado aM 1Ikr 1IkrJJlariPa entlats let letsalaries
salaries fJI6 tile epsyieya J is the tJaegnwIeIt rsgfaf rsgfafgrades
grades described RdI III and edMd16 aWl aWlbe J Jbe
be made in accordance with tile tilenamed miss missrame
named rame therein
tbenIaSCJIB therein9CKBDULZ
9CKBDULZ SCJIB SCHEDITLE9hterq ULZ ULZ9IIJ
9hterq Tiif ertisiiy riq Grade GrailChief e eChief
Chief clerks aid chiefs of divWea divWeaothn divWeaother aad
other employes b who perform perf perfiIory performisory e eviory
isory exeeutrce and adshdsfpilfke a adutife
duties to M spedfcaity caIly eatilrn dlr
Salaries Sa OB to 7111 CJ RICLERICAL ft i
CLBH CLERICAL AL caii GRACES
1 1 SENIOR dLKRKS CLER CLERKSdmpbes fimptoji fimptojiare I who wItoare whoare
are assigned to work 1fOIk larpllIMMy largely inptii suayerjtaory inptiivisory
visory or lequhiug the highest orjai of ofderieal rctrtcaJ ofclerical
clerical ability involving inoIviJItJIouCi < nn mock ch orfejdojal orfejdojalthoucJrt eilgYhalthougc
thoucJrt t consideration and aDdtlon IninMhlii isvemiorLion IninMhliiUon
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at an early a e e and are egnd eaa e ama In Inlitcht 111l inlight
light l t work as uaessenajer m I er bova Sala Salaries 811Ides Bnlavies ¬
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4 4gmpboyees m mpfcoyes yes whose work workonly occupies occupiesonly occuplgsonly
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DUTIES AND A1fPh SALARIES SALARIESProfessional SALEPvefemiesal
Professional Ph A l scientmc aad technical technicaltrades td toehsiealtrades I 1 1tna
trades and aDCISection misceOaneous employes employesSection etlmpisyesSectisn
Section I L The number ana variety nt ntdesignations r ri rde8ipaatloa8
i designations of such employes shall 1 be beas as ksmoan asjinsn
moan as practicable and the dutiestIwm duties as asalgned c ctAgncA
tAgncA tx to them shall be confined as jar hrsa fcras jaras
as possible within the lines indicated > by bytheir y ytheir ytIItIr
their titles or for which they may have lorepassed havepassed llavepu
passed examinations Their salaries eaIariessltaD salariesshall salsrtrTshan
shan be fixed at the rates stated ta this thisschedule Uti UtieeIIechaIe thisschedule
schedule which are appropriate to theCaine the theSection Ute4JI
Caine 4JI their servicesSectioa services ervIcasectIDR
Section i That hereafter when wIIIIDaetS an anvisions apprepeindos
prepeindos acts ill providing ter carts cIerIuJfa
fa tile several bureaus otloss tans dl dlvisions
visions shall 1 state the nynmet antes of senior aemorefterks lorcJer1ts seniorchats
chats amnia jtewer dedai and IDder IDdereJeIIqJ Oderclerks
clerks to be allowed to each withoutdpeedfyfng without withoutspecifytaur t tlfpeeIfytDc
specifytaur the several rates of ofUte mlaifcs elatiesthe mlaifcsthe
the proper appotattng < officers o shaH the thefirst liteftrst thefirst
first time appropriation is made ta Ibis thtemanner IbistihanoeK
manner J aanner distribute the clerks of each eachbureau eaeILI
I bureau office or division at the rates ratesI sitsof
of ealarles prescribed iR aid sebadle sebadleIn kif kifIn
In da naOdhms aDd properties as not aotto notto
I to exceed the total amount aOowoa for forare Ioesalaries foraaarles
salaries fair 1M scat year yea to etmmt Ma bn bnisaa
naU otIIce or divhdom and tberesfter tberesfterwhen r rwlaeG
when omployc of tile clerical caIan giadea giadeaate
are tyovtded for without witIIoattioa aujcMit ipeddcatia t tT
tioa fill T aamrtes salaries the thesatarka t or oraluks ofsalaries
salaries to be allowed all wed to the theera tbeenI soy soyeral
era enI bureaus offices or divisions shall shallbe 8IIaJIbe shaltbe
be determined by the aggregate aggregateof at atof amsetof
of annual aa aal salaries of the employ employethereof employthereof fS fSat
thereof at the rates of said salaries ra 011We onu raUe
u Ue e first dAy of October usuJmul l by byscieh > y ytuoch yII8ICIa
tuoch amttttoos or reductions of force Corceas forceas
as may be provided for but on the theJuly thetQ theAmes
Ames tQ of JaIa1IaIT aDd the lit day ofJuly of
July of y every Teat Y those darks woo waohoar woohaste no noIIIIOwa
hoar haste shown a satisfactory daigraa e no of atlidehiey ftf ftffijgnej
fijgnej ta their work same ba id idvoosd d dTfincsd II IIbe
Tfincsd to the be n 1t next xt x t higher rate of ofwithin i i iwtthte ry rywIlMa
wIlMa their several grads abov abovwhich those thosewhich e ewbIcb
which they have be been n receiving r for r Na Naor tine tineyam > n nor
yam or more and an t the additional additionaloats additionalaeceJIIIr additionaleats
oats necessary to t < cover the coats coatsaf Nmsef costsI
I af said semiannual advancements ad m ntg of ofclerks ofeIerb ofcleric
clerks shall be appropriated in gr gfnfal neral neralterms
I terms provided that nothing her her4n her4nprohi1 herdrthall n nsfaan
hall prohibit lt the promotion or rej rf4Ctlh1 rejeet ti ln lnof n nof
of clerks for even cinpioye from one oiieerao O Ogra onegrade
erao grade > to another at any an J time when va vacancies vataracies a atnci ¬
I cancies tnci occur in n the th ambers n provided providedforany prcld prcldr presidedlion
forany lion r any srad sradSection d dtton
Section tton rVTV it t all laws and 00 parts partsaf partslaw partsd
af h law ws i mcons conslten lfn W with this thi act arebelly are areftABM
belly ftABM iciwy 7 V I i HMIfttetf rt rtThe
The report accompanying ying the firee bit bJlsays bitI
I says
saysThe The e present t condition has grown grollrnAla ia iaEIooriag tap tapFloortag >
EIooriag Ala G GoeG Good a 5225 225 Per too PL plaak
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