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WORK OF THE BUREAU OF OFAMERICAN OFAlIERICru OFAMERICAN
AMERICAN REPUBLICS REPUBLICSThe
The remarkable commercial devefop develspmient devefopment tleYeIopmeDt
ment of tile LatinAmerican LatiD repub republicsis republies repibIies ¬
lies licsis is forcefully ioreri1 described bed by the ther thedi di director tirector director ¬
rector r of the Bureau of American Re Republics Bepublics Republics ¬
publics in the report made public by byhim byhim byhim
him today Tie story be tells of ofof a acommerce as asincrease
increase of Ise per scat ia the fOle f fcommerce pcommerce
commerce of the twenty nations to tothe tothe tothe
the south of MS m ia the past decade decadeand tIeeaNIeand deeedeand
and his statement stat e eJt that the trade of ofthese ofthese ofthese
these countries es is is now JII01 more than thantwice thantwice i
twice as great t as the combined biaeCI trade tradeof tnMIeof tradeof
of China Chi and Japan 1 causes one to toprick toprick toprick
prick up hi bis ears and seek further informaUon in information mfonnatioL toI ¬
formation A perusal of the relaoi report reportfurnishes NpOrtfUI11 t tfurnisbes I
furnishes a big bunch of sock w sur surprises Mrprises surprises ¬
prisesThe prisesThe prises prisesAmerican
The foreign commoeee of of the Latin LatiaAmerieaa LatinAmerieaii
American republics nl1J in I960 1 was tl 2127
301000 Their average a annual wai ioreigH ioreigHtrade foreigatrade 1 1trade
trade for ISM is 1397 i and 133 U was wasl2035ie00u I IIoJ035IIOOO
l2035ie00u 1 The foreign commerce commerceof eI Ce Ceoi
of China and Japan oJ in 190f 1 was ap approximately approximately approximately ¬
proximately fl 1100 1100ures M IM OO These fig figures figores ¬
ures will iII be startling to one W who has hasnot MsDot sss sssnot
not been following f decay the events eventsin eYeIIt8in eventsin
in LatinAmerica lAt II since S the Spanish Spanishwar SPaai SPaaiwar
war ar Incidentally h they e entphaeiae entphaeiaethe eMfln = i ithe ae aethe
the need of f just such an institution institutionas i
as the Bureau of LatinAmerican IAtiaAerieaapublics Re Republics RePublics ¬
publics publicsCommerce PublicsCommerce I
Commerce between the United UnitedStates UaiiedStates Unitedstates
States and the repubiies J lI a amounted to toOOOD08
600000008 OOOD08 Commenting eo on this the thedirector ikdirtctor thedirector
director observes observesWhat ob erYesWhat obeervesZThat
What becomes of the complaint that
the inked States StatsTapi is being outstripped outstrippedrapidly out tripp tt ttrapidly
rapidly Tapi ily < by b Germany < rmaDY Del nd Prance When Wheneoefourth Whenthe
the rntted i nited States buys as It now doe doeeoefourtb doeseoefourth
eoefourth of all LatinAmerica L Mite to
the world and ells ijjon fourth of all anit
it 1 t buys no one ran RlcaIly Iy y say y the
Inited States and Latin L n America are aretlirouKb Uitn aresing
sing tn < theIr commerod eoID with each other
through the compendia of J Europe EuropeThe EuropeThe urop
The report shows that the balance balanceof I Iof
of trade between the United States Statesand Staieapd Statesand
and LatinAmerica lies in favor of ofthe cthe ofthe
the latter to the extent of IlGOoooOOObut 100000000 IOO000OOAbut 100000000but
but the director contends that this thisdoes isdoe1t thisdoes
does not work to our disadvantage d 1MlYall OH OHthis ORthis Onthis
this point he eonehjdeg that oa theasssilnption the theassumption tMas1
as1 assumption Dp Oll that the raw products of ofLatin ofLatinAmeriea ofLatinAmerica
Latin LatinAmeriea America an needed in vast vastquantities Ta1uanti vastquantitie
quantities 1uanti < to keep the t factories labor laborand laborand i
and capitit of the United States oe oetapied ortlpied I
tapied pied and to supply food to her in inIfchiUnts inMhitants I Ikbitanu
IfchiUnts this balance works no nohardship mohardship j jllardship
hardship on the United States StatesAn StatesAn j
An i interesting feature of the re report re1 re1port report ¬
port is the statement h eat that the oar oarrespondence correspondence ¬ j jrl
respondence rl pondeDce and record of the Bureau Bureauof ar aroi Bwryawof
of of American Republics II1Jtia show that the thebureau thebureau i
bureau was directly responsible for for5200000Q i
5200000Q of new trade in i the Pan PanAmerican Paa1 PanAmerican
American field last year rer This atone atonewould alonewould i iouJd
would ouJd seem U fa t be jugtincation oll for the thebureaus tiebureaus 1
bureaus existence bat the report ahotrs ahotrsit
it is doing a wide variety of ther thervaluable Chervaluable I I Ivaluable
valuable work whose w results are less lessdirect lessdirect
direct direct bat still sufficiently saflieieatIyto signineant signineantto I
to arouse commendation d na at and earnhearty earn earnhearty
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hearty support far the iaatttution boaBroadly iaatttutionBroadly
Broadly tl tlis tile purpose of the bureau UNIUIis 1
is to help NHJt J Jto and s Aareriato IMriC I
to get acauainted aapaia to leant as asas inueh inuehas
as possible about the tilecial eommcrciiil so social soeial ¬
cial and political interests II of eacfi eacfiother eMIiother encKother
other Through n romapuudcnct nlDl dell dis distribution 4IIistribution distribution ¬
tribution at t printed matter ehrcum ehrcumtion JaIIat eirueilation
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bureaus effieiafe with the people of ofthe ofthe
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I it it the purpose of the ImreaH 1 is isIIY rapid rapidly rspidly ¬
ly being achieved aeI It Itt s seel has ens accomplish accomplished aeeo > npltsl npltsled ¬
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ed atueh It will aceampMah aup aupJlMNo much munabmere muchDEATH
mere mereTHE
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THE DEATH D ATH OF JOHN GRIFFIN GRIFFINCARLISLE GRIFFINCARLISLE GRIFFINCARLISLE
CARLISLE CARLISLEFormer CARLISLEF4KBIer CARLISLEFormer
Former Secretary of the TreaawryJlut Treasury TreasuryJhn Tr
Jhn Jlut Griffin Grit a Carheie is dead His Hisdeath IHstIraiIt Hisdentin
death reeves re a national igure wnieh wniehI whiekwill ehI
I will always be associated a8 O de in the history his hisUferdand i iof
tory of t eCMIIItty wit the 8MORd oeeoudUevelasd 8MORddJa
I Uferdand Administration dJa for forty fortyyears f fortyyears < ty tyyeAtS
years Mr Carlisle lisIe was active in peblile pub public MIlJife ¬
lic life and largely by his ow 0WJi efforts effortshe orini8ed effortshe
he raised himeeif J Melf from a farmers s boy boybehind boybehind
behind the plow on a Kentucky farm farto farmt farMo8
t o8 eminence i JH the House where hewas he hewas 1tewas
was at one time Speaker in i the Sea Senate Seaate Sesti ¬
i ate ate and in the Cabinet Moreover he hewas JMiwu
iwu 1 was at one time strongly considered consideredfor weri
1 for the Presidency and as a lawyer IaW7 < he heranked enutk beranked
ranked nutk with the brainiest and most mostcapable JBOcapaWe mosttpable
capable men at the American bar barMr Mr1ir barMr
Mr Carlisle CarI lile was a man of ofaDd singular srigwlargrasp singulargmap
grasp and scope of of intellect large largeminded hugeminded i
minded minded iaded serene imperturbable i and andthoroughly andhoroi i iJy
thoroughly horoi ghly Jy democratic Washington Washingtonfeels W Wfeels
feels a peculiar interest in him for forthough fort forthough
though t he had long since dropped out outof outof oatof
of official of ei1 Me he retained r a residence residencehere residencehere lidence1Iere
here and was a familiar figure re in i many manyof manyof
of the greatest ete8t law eases before hef e the theSupreme theSupreMe theSupreme
Supreme Court Mr Cnrfisiewas bit bitterly bitterly bitterly ¬
terly abased as head of the Traswryand Treasury Treasuryand
and part of the Cleveland Cleft Adminis Administration M Admusistrstisii llia lliaeII ¬
tration but he bad a profound convic conviction eGIIvjetieII convietiea ¬
tion that time would justify the course courseof e4MIneof coarseof
of the Administration and himself himselfconviction JaHMetfaIMI himselfand
and 1M lived long esowgh toe Me tJ tJvietio thisconviction
conviction vietio in many respects prove war warranted warraated warranted ¬
ranted rantedTHE raatedTHE rantedTHE
THE SUNDAY AFTERNOON AFTERNOONTIMES AFTER AFTERNOONThMES OON OONTIMES
TIMES SCORES BEAT BEATWashington BEATwasW BEATWashington
Washington wasW went t to sleep Saturday Satwrdgaynight Saturdaynight SaWnlaywItetIter
night wondering whether Dr Crippen Crippenwas
was aboard the steamer IiowtroseRrashington Montrose MontroseWashington 1MIItroeeI
Washington Tasi woke up yesterday ye tenlayi morn morning Bjorning ¬
ing i and grasped its Sunday morning morningpapers morningpapers i ipapers
papers eagerly Iy to see whether 1iletJteraaswer definite definiteanswer definiteanswer
answer had been made to the big fues fuesBlinds 4ftIeStion question
tion which was doni ctoiaaii sting 1 t Blinds Blindsof Id8of naiadsof
of the civiKsed c world The uncertain uncertainty 1IM < ta aty ¬
ty was as positive as ever The ship shipwas shipwas shipwas
was wearing port but no one knew knewwhether kJteWwJtetiter knewwhether
whether the suspected su man was Mr barAt MrCrippen ireCrippeB
Crippen CrippenAt
At i oclock in the morning after
tM Sunday morning newspapers WS Ilf eI eIbeeR had hadbeen
I been distributed the big news came cametrose caeT1I donneInspector
Inspector T1I eetor Dew went ai tile J IItrose Montrose
trose identified Robinson R as the uei miss missing miasiag ¬
ing i physician physieiaKarrest aM JIM Mes It anger aerTJhs angerarrest
arrestThe arrest arrestThis
This happened eReel white le Washington W was wasperusing wasits wasperusing
perusing its Sunday newspapers JIe in insearch i iaealdt insearek
search of information on this very verysubject vecyt verysubject
subject t Manifestly the Sunday Sa dayillg morn morning morning
ing papers could furnish no more aoreu news newsi mewsthan
u Ute reader already possessed pnnS8iIAt
i At 3 oclock in the afternoon how however JIoweftr however ¬
ever the city was placed in possession possessionof iG2 uioR uioRc IOn IOnof
of complete information on the subject subjectThe suhjectTIle subjectThe
The fact that The Washington Times Timespublishes TiespuWishes Timespablislies
publishes aa afternoon paper on Sun Sunday Suad Sunday ¬
day d J enabled the people of this city to toall tovet
get all the details of Dr Crippens Crippensidentification CrippeRsi4eatiMatioa Crippensideiitication
identification and capture cseare without wait waitThe ttil waiting
ing until til Monday morning MOnIiDgTIle morningThe
The GrippeR Cri 1 1for story was sTgreair JI cat catfer heat heatfor
for the Sunday afternoon Times TJIDeIi and andin adill andin
in the same saMe issue were reports of ofseore a ascore ascore
score of other important events in the theworlds Ieworids theworlds
worlds history besides the usual 1 run runof zwaof ranof
of less important news HewsTIle newsThe
The lemon is plain p Unless one is iswjI iswilling
willing wjI to be out of touch with wit the theCONVENTION tilest thestirring
st stirring erring erringa events e of Ute age 1te must De Dea
a subscriber iter to the sIa Seaday afternoon aftentOMT afternoonTenses
TensesCONVENTION T esCO
CONVENTION CO TION PLAN PROMISES PROMISZSGOOD j jGOOD
GOOD RESULTS RESULTSThe
The convention committee of the theChamber tileof the3Smber
Chamber of Commerce is one of the theinstitutions Mof theinstitwtiee
institutions of Washington WasJ which has hasnot JIMDOt beenot
not taken a vacation eat this summer s1IIJDertkow5ed nor nordrowsed nordrowsed
drowsed through the long weeks of ofthe ofue ofthe
the hot period In 1 met Jaet7 heat JM t seems seemsonly MatSy seamsesly
only y to have intensified ied the thetees commit eoMIDittee7s committees <
tees activity It has landed landedconvention one 0IIeeeRVellt big bigconvention
convention ll and has anes lines out for a anumber a1 anwmbet
number of smaller ones Besides this thisit s1 s1it thisit
it is r f engaged in perfecting perf per eetiag the plan phutfor planfour i
for systematizing the business of get getting bstling ¬ I Iting
ting conventions eonveR OD for this city and put putting MIt1 MIt1it patting ¬
ting it on a permanent footing footingNo I
1 No o more important labor could be beperformed beperlOlBted beperformed
performed for the welfare of the com community COIIIty coenmwsity ¬
munity ty as a whole Conventions me mevisitors moan JMIUIvisitors moanviertors
visitors to Washington Vas and visitors visitorsmean vi iknMA visitorsman
mean increased iRCr trade for Washingtons Washingtonsmerchants WasJ Washingtonsmerchants
merchants and buS ME6 men Increas Increased lllelea5eel ¬
ed trade means employment for more morepeople morepeople
people and greater eater general prosperity prosperityOne
One of the most gratifying features featuresof f
of the work w < 1t of the Chamber Clla er of Com Commerce CoIai Cussmerea ¬
merce in i this direction is the business 1MIsi 1MIsiJike businesslike j jEke
Eke method which J has marked every everymove everyIe everymove
move Ie After a thorough investigation investigationhad ia
had been made by its convention eom COIftUte
the chamber decided to go after afterconventions
conventions COft in i earnest A subcommit ¬
tee of the board of directors set to towork towork
work at once to raise funds to be need utedin needin
in getting and entertaining en eonvem COIIV
1 Eighteen eeft thousand t dollars was waspromptly waspromptly
promptly ple pledged g d for use this year yearThis ear earThis
This s is the sort of language that thatof thattalks
talks aid the solicitors found plenty plentyf
of f it NeW w however the time has hasarrived hasarrived
arrived for the next
step The con convention eoaoa eone ¬
vention e oa fund is gratifyingly y large at atpresent att atpresent
present but t what about next year and andthe AIIdtile tadthe
the year after Funds for the future futuremust tteWHISt futuremast
must be provided JR OIide ae well as funds for iorthe fortile forthe
the present It is here the convention conventioncommittees COIIVeatiottCl conventioncommittees
committees Cl idea of permanency peln ell 3 j jconvention ill illeoaveatiea iiiconvention
convention work applies appliesThe appliecThe
The 1 Chamber r of Commerce should sboaidhn shouldhave sIHMddJMwa
have hn pe a permanent convention funtf funtfThat iiIIIILTIIat fnsThat
That is is is Washington slli Interests tee 8 and aMJ
J
business mon should pledge themselves themselvesto
to give a specific s sum m of money each eachyear eachCOIneIItion eachyear
year for convention purposes The Thechamber TheIter Thechamber
chamber Iter and its convention committeeshould committee committeeshould committeesIIotdd
should know each year r when conven convention COftTefttie convenUn ¬
tie plans are arranged arr just bow bowmuch OwMDIIe1 howmeek
much money is available In BO other otherway t1terway otherway
way can the plan to make this a con convention convention ¬ I IYeJItio
vention city ty reach its merited success successy sueceIIand suocemand
and ia 0 oUter way Y can su subscribers subscribersbe cri el elhe
he u that the very y last cents ee tworUt Costsworth j jworth
worth will be extracted from every everydollar CMrYdollar everydear
dollar they the r ajyoThe give giveThe reTte
The bushtens men of Waokntgion Waokntgionseem V Veea
seem to be I alivd liv to the tileBeW thenew opportunities opportunitiesBOW
BOW NIIf eonfroMting + onting ag them If JiUte the chain Chamber CIeMc chainher ¬
her of Commerce cOwn esee keeps up its effective effectivework oAectiwworit effectivework
work in m this convention eetnCJl OB movement movementas JIM t t1IIIdnbte6fJy
as it undoubtedly l wHi willUte the reaiisaef realisa realisation Uel ¬
tion of these opportunities will witleertl be becertain becertaini
certain certainIt certainiit lkIt
It seems like a good time to i shaft shaftI shakepads
I hands all allTHg around aroundTHE aroundTHE
THE MISSION OF SENATOR
MURRAY CRANE CRANESenator CRANESeaater CRANESenator
Senator Winihrop Wiirop Wisthi Murray Crane of ofMaosachuoetU ofIII ofis
MaosachuoetU is soon to set e out t from fromthe flOltt1JIe fromthe
the Bay State on a mission westward westwardPresident westwudHe westwardHe
He has talked Ute matter over w IPresideat withPresident
President Taft and has been beenwowed beeRto commis commissioned
wowed to go out into the great t un unknown 111ItROW aiknown ¬
known region of insurgency J make makediligent Jllakedili makediligent
diligent dili exploration and report die diediscoveries i s sdom
discoveries ctbJco ies It is set forth that Sea Senator Seaaior Sewator
ator Crane will go ev e evo si as far farI fartle wg wgSeattle V VSeattle I
Seattle tle in his efforts to find out oriCOIIdit about aboutconditions aboutodlions
conditions conditionsIt os osIt
It is mitt admitted Ql d that Senator Seat Crane Cranemksrion Crsemission I
mission is potftieal This T1aisWIMIId gds admissMn admissMnhowever iseisi iseisihowever
however would hardly nil be eSe8at needed neededSenator neededSenator
Senator Crane would not be likely to tobetake tebetake tobetake
betake himself dear across aer the continent con conpoteuea eoatleat
tleat and net i indulge i in more 01 01poIiUca leas leaspolitics
politics He is constitutionally a poli politician politician ¬
tician and is deeply immersed HJIl in all allthe aDtile allthe
the big polities which Ja di is played on the theregular tJter thereaular
regular r side at the Capitol He HebeeR has hasbeen lazbeen
been dose to Mr Taft since since before beforethe beforet beforethe
the President P election He n was one oneof ODeof oneof
of the confidential advisers dT llers of the Pres PNSicIeId Preaidlltit j jand
icIeId ia Ute critical times legislative legislatives oe oeaM
and s id political poIi cal of last session Senator SenatorCrane SeaabrCnute SenatorCrane
Crane is a man of big business 1MItIiIMaud affairs affairsand stairsand
and looks on po poties ities from the atti attitude aWtude attitude ¬
tude ef et a great business man and ot otpoiitiei a asagacious asagacious
sagacious poIItician politic as well wellThat welle wellTot
That the grwest gres est interest wIll attack at attach attaeIt ¬
tack to Senator Cranes trip is charIt dear dearIt dearIi
It doe does not need half an eye to per perceive perceive ¬
ceive that the Ifassaehusetts lI dlWMtta Senator Senatoris
is not going eotmr paR runninr g for any II small
game It is is not to be supposed he is isgoing iOR isgoing
going on account of the situationwith situationwithrespect situatiolf with withrespect withrespect
respect to control of the House for forChairman forCJaainaaa forChairman
Chairman McKinley of the thesioaaI Congres Congressional Csgressional ¬
sional Committee is amply y yto Qualified Qualifiedto queliledto
to look after this That he is 4e te e ad 1IdYaIICe advance
vance agent aDd d oi scouts for the theIll
1912 Ill ± Presidential campaign is much muchmore MacIiprobable machm
more m oee probable President Taft has hasbeen liasbeea hasbeen
been in political poI alliance with that ele element deeat eemeat ¬
eat of the Republican party in which whichSenator wlaielkSeator whichSenator
Senator Crane is a large figure the reg regular regular ¬
ular or organization t Ola element ellni nt It seems acemsplain aeeIplaia seemsplain
plain tins element has determined tletermi on onMr ORMr onMr
Mr Taft for i < the next > nominee DO for forPresident forPresideat forPresident
President and that Mr Crane is pie pieKedto
to make the preliminary uuy survey of ofWeMua the heWestern theWestern
Western field firld both to learn what whatstades ob obstacles obstacles ¬
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stacles may exist and to lay the thegroundwork UIeJc thegroundwork
groundwork Jc for a renominatiou renominatiouentynvemfle rftlelRinatiollMeJltyftveml1e renominationA
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can DOT aspire to the Presidency PresidencyA
A wiieRm from the Grant Beyond r rlock rf rfconIs e ecords
cords the tact that tile shade oC oCJoel Sber Sberlack
lock Holmes Is quite peeved to And that thatScotland atScodaIId thatScotland
j Scotland Yard rosily resJI did It ftIt ItIt itIt
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would Improve the Senates battter battteraverage ba baa badlagavenge
average a e should make Mat a a welcomerecruit welcome welcomerecrub voIIXereend4
recruit recrubWhy reend4WJay recruitWhy
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ever existed as long as th Ute mUltaat mUltaatsuffragette atUKaac atUKaacsuffragette 1IIUttaatis
suffragette is on the job ta IIIThe England EnglandTbe Sngian2The
The FOraker r snowing in the Ohio con convention COltventloa convention ¬
vention will naturally be berstIf particularly pariicoiartjrgratifying particularlybntifylag
gratifying rstIf to Colonel Roosevelt RooseveltA ROOMVettUke
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great boom to consular officers hi hith JatdIeto hitherto hitherto ¬
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pound is that they sometimes carry carryweight earrywetpt earlyweight
weight for age ageIt seIt ageIt
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the rate and log as much as the Dew ZtawScotland DewSeotIaad DewScotland
Scotland Tan knockers arent nearly nearlyso >
so numerous as they were a week ago agoSenor agoSeDor agoSenor
Senor Marconi is reported to feel fedquite f feelquite l lquH
quite quH cfeeety che todayWhats today todayWhats todayWhats
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Steamer St Johns 1011 J aver ave v Seventh street streetwharf streetwbari streetwharf
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Old Point Comfort and Korfoik NorfoUcSteu NorfoUcSteuer Steam Steamer ¬
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p m mSteanier mSteamer
Steamer Charles Macalester leaves leavesSeventh leavesSeveDth iavesSeventh
Seventh street wharf 2 23D JD 9 and i 31 3 p pm pmCneasapeake DL DLCbp1e oreCheasapnke
Cneasapeake Beach BeachTrains Trains leave Dis District Dlstrict District ¬
trict line 2 1G J8 9t 49T45 76 and tJi p p m mWashington IlLWasIdDCtCm mWasbtugtoi
Washington Baltimore and Annapotts Annapottselectric amapouselectric
electric line lirieSuanmer Summer met excursions to
bay points Ocean ess City Reboboth RebobothPeaeh ReliobethBeast
Beast PenMar and Atlantic City
Pun information at city ticket office 1
1C4 New York avenue avenueI
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IAUTO ALTO OWNERS FIGHT FIGHTMARYLAND FIGHTMARYLANDROAD
fill nnm C I I 1 rt ft ftNon
MARYLAND MARYLANDROAD ROAD TAX TAXNon TAXNon
Non Association Members MembersAsked MembersAsked MembersAsked
Asked to Assist in Securing Secur Securing Securiog ¬
ing a Refund RefundDECLARE RefundDECLARE RefundDECLARE
DECLARE THE LAW LAWIS
IS IIS I UNCONSTITUTIONAL UNCONSTITUTIONALIt
It Discriminates Against A ain9t District of ofCofesoita ot otColumbia ofCoi e
Coi Columbia + xmbis Owners of Cars CarsFavoring CarsF CatsFavoriag
Favoring F 1 Other States States
TIle refunding refundt of taxes already aJl paid paidfor paidfor
for Maryland 1tU7 Ucenoes by WasMngwm WasMngwmUMrtoriats Wllln Wlllnaaotoriata Washlnn n nSotorists
UMrtoriats it is ait announced UDcecI today to will willbe wWbe willbe
be sought by the National Automo Automobile Automaibile UtowNbale ¬
bile Association whoM members membelllDOW am annow amnow
now lighting to break tbe Maryland MarylandState XarylaDdStaterelfistraUon MarylandState
State StaterelfistraUon registration law which to said saidto Wto saidto
to discriminate against District DlatrtettoI1at8 mo motorists mwThe ¬
torists toristsTbe
Tbe automobile association dosiros desirsthe dosirosthe detdr
the concerted supper of th the owners ownersof ow ownersof
of unattached aatontoMKs auto aoblk s In the I Ds Dstriet ri > s strkt
trice To that end the a nwctation n w wvltea 14vitea invites
vltea all motorists In this city who whohave wbobave whohave
have taken out Maryland licenses Uee for
the present Dt year nonmembers as aswen asweD aswell
wen ae members aaea1l en of tbe national or organization 01saabatlon orgaolzation ¬
ganization to send their names to toHolcoxnb toHolcomb toHolcomb
Holcomb G Johnson at the tb local head headttoarters headrten headquarters
quarters rten room 222 n Oxford building buildingYhur bul1 buildingahts ln lnAb
Yhur Ab in brief briefthe is he second step In Intbe Inthe
the test case which was started more morethan morethan morethan
than a week ago Mr Johnson said saidtoday saidtoday 41 41tOday
today that steps ate would would be taken immediately im immediately 1 1JIJ ¬
JIJ mediately tely to make a demand for the thetrict theref therefund
ref refund bf taxes already paW by 1 District 11Itrict
trict motorists for Maryland licensesFeeds licenses licensesFeds IkeIuIeLFeek
Feds Sure Refund Ref Is Certain CertainWhile CertainsI1e CertainWhile
While sI1e the National Association caasot caasotguarantee caa ot ottee otisuatastee
guarantee tee at atfond this time that such sacbtuDel a ra rafund
fond will be accomplished accc Mr Johnson Johnsonfeeto 1oaufed8 Johnsonfeats
feats certain that when ib he question of oftbe ortbe ofthe
tbe constitutionality COIIII Of the law which whichadmits whIckadmits whicitadmits
admits unlicensed 8ed motorists from Penn Pennsytvania PeaDQhaaIa Pennsylvania
sytvania Delaware DeIa and Virginia and andexclude1 lidexcI1Ida andexcl
excl exclude1 de4 those from the District to car carried carried arrkd ¬
ried to die United States Supreme 3uIk me Court CourtDiatrirt 00IIrtOut t srt srttkat
Out bc will decide In fa favor of t eDIIItrtCt iii iiiDistrict
Diatrirt and fat that event tb tber r is no nodoubt Bedood nodoubt
doubt t bat bat tba tbe taxes conM be r rday re reCOYered re recovered
covered Ia diseosdng 41ft I IIf be matter today to today
day Mr Johnson 1otuaIt said mildIt saidIt
It Is the opinion of the assodationthat association associationthat
that in the event eJlt the t be United lnl States Su SuI 50JJIDe Sepromo
promo Court decides that Ole tax Is aD aDcODlltltutlonaI aa aacoastltutlonal
I constitutional the State of Maryland XarylalldDO Marylandretain
has DO rich b justice er In equity to toretaJD toretain
retain the license or registration fees feesmotor teealreMy feesalready
already o1lectedd since July L 1 when the thenwtor themotor
motor vehicle v bicle law of that State went wentinto wentinto 5t i
into effect e < ec1 Licenses w or taxes unconsti unconstitutionally unconstitutionally ¬ I ItutJonally
tutionally exacted usually can be recov recovered reeove recovered ¬
e ered ec1 by those who paid them under co coercion eo eoen1oIL cocrion ¬
ercion ercionThe crionthe
en1oILbe
The National Automobile Association j
to anxious for the moral support 81IpportoperaUoa and co1 co1operation co coop
operation op tion of an motorists and automo ¬
b bile owners m the District The nrstl nrstlstep 1Irastep Amststep
step already has been l taken However Howeverthere Boweverthere
there Is much to be done doneInfringes doaeIafrillc doneInfringes
Infringes ConotitvtioBal Right Rightsthe ts tsTbe j
The association contends that ampayment any anypayment aDyt
payment t made by a citizen of f the thecteteg t theUntied e eUtted
Untied Stat for tile prlvhep twRehl 0 emu exAciIIbI r rcng
cteteg one of his rights guaranteed by bytbe bytile bythe
tile constitution the the only alternatives alternativesJecting alternativesbet alternativesbeing
bet the SUI surrender eode oC die right or orJectiaIr sub subjectbsg
Jecting himself to the payment t of oftee oror a atine
tee or imprisonment Imp 1 oeut can be recovered reeo recoveredby
1 by dvD action actionIn actJoDIn actionln
In contributing CODtrIb to the movement movementneither movementsdher TIIIlll TIIIlll1MnI
neither members 1MnI nor noeasembas non mcmhcra e of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the X A A will incur any HabBfty y yJYti orobl or orobligation
obl obligation atlon whatsoever JYti Any action actfeawhich aethawhich actionwhich
which tile National Automobile Asse Aseteeiatiar uocIadoa
cIadoa may take toward the recovery recoveryof rwe rwethe y yof
of the license fees f already paid paidpurely will ae beyy aepurely
purely yy In consideration of the tbeJDOra1 sjenorai neneatmoral sjenoraimoral
moral support which it to hoped win winbe willbe winbe
be thus tendered tenderedThe tenderedThe tenderedTbe
The association aa te determined to topush t topush
push and support tills movement ILl eat eatery In Inevery Inevery
every ery phase even if the moral support supportof
of the District motorists fails snort of ofwhat OCwtaat ofwhat
what Is expected expectedENGINEER expectedENGINEER exportedENGINEER
ENGINEER IS KILLED KILLEDROME KILLEDBOKE KILLEDROME
ROME N T Asps A 1 1Engineer Engineer v Be Betram Ber Bertram Beva ¬
tram L West W was killed early today todaywhen todaywlaea todaywhen
when his disabled locomotive standing standingon
on the New York Central tracks at atOrfecany at0rIIieaJay atOroeany
Orfecany was hit by the Buffalo and andToronto aDdTenDto andTercato
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1I1rs Mrs rs William F Draper and Daughter DaughterWill DaughterWill DaughterTill
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Mr and Mrs McCauley McCauleyGo
Go to Narragansett NarragansettMr
Mr and Mrs Edward McCauley left leftWasMngton eftw leftWaa6iagtoa
WasMngton w today for Narragaasett NarragaasettPier SarrapJlMttwhere
Pier where they wttt spend tbe reaoaiader re remaiader re reJDaIDcJfto
maiader ofthe summer Mils Mary Mc McCauley lieCall1ey MeCawley ¬
Cauley who has been visiting her herbrotherinlaw bel1Irotherinlaw herbrotherinlaw
brotherinlaw and sister Mr and Mrs MrsWotcott IIrLolcott MrsWolcott
Wotcott olcott Tnckerman at Hamilton HamlItoDM HamiltonMass Hamiltongansett
M Mass will join Mr parents at Narra Narrapa Narragansett
gansett Mr and Mrs n McCauley K have havebeen ba babeea havebeen
been at Chevy Chase for the tbeMrs er stnnalerYrs ert
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Mrs 18 Wilton 1 Lambert I Lambert baa gone to UoAtlantic to3r toAtJaDtIe
Atlantic CIty for a few weeIEr stay 1Ita7Xr stayMr
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3r and Mrs X Joseph Auerbach of ofA the tbeAshley theAaAiey
Ashley A left ft yestecoay y y to spend SIIit tile week weekat weekat weekat
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Joseph Goldsmith Gold with of Alexandria Va Vai Vawin Vssill
i win leave today toda for Atlantic AtlantkCARLISLE Qty drjCARLISLE QtyCARLISLE
CARLISLE FUNERAL FUNERALAT i iAT
AT CAPITAL HOlE HOIEBody HOlEBody H ME MEBody
Body to Be Brought to toWashington toWashington tois
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XEW YORK Ana A 1 L 1The Tne body of ofJohn elJolla ofloin
John Griffin Carttofe Secretary of tile tbeTreasury tileTrea theTreasury
Treasury lllJ during President F A4et1t Clevelands cevelandssecond Clevelandssecond 1aII4 1aII48eCIODd
second administration lMhPt rad n who died at the tbeHotel theH theHold
Hotel H I Wolcott last might win be taken takentote uk uklate takenlate
late this afternoon to Washington WashingtonTbe uIdDctoLIbe
The funeral services will be held Wed Wetfformer WeJS1Ie8IIQ WedoSsy
1Ie8IIQ III tile DateD home of the thetOlllllU theformer
former Mat atatenman in rIS a l4 MSK s K west north northwest DDZtItweat northwest ¬
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ton K Xi Carinries 1cmDeirmtawIeDt former hoaa ham a Jmrteterment Jmr YsrInterment
Interment mtawIeDtCareer
Career at t CarMnle CarMnleThe CarlshlThe IiLTIle
The career of J G Carlisle Qar 1We to a sIn strik strikthe 8trIkOt k ktag
tag eae ie Ot die 8eIf selfmade u man the theman Uuwbe theman
man who baa risen from obscurity to toone tlODe toone
one of the highest t positions fat Govern Government Government Governmeat ¬
ment mentXr service serviceMr serviceMr
Mr Carlisle bad little early education educationas ed1KaUonthe
as the word is now understood He did didnot didDOt diinot
not have the advantage of college coIl train trainnig trainIng trainlug
lug Ing and his learning learnl was mostly of oftbe ufthe ofthe
the kind available from the books at his hiscommand hisconuaaacl hisaomWorking
command commandWorking conuaaaclWorking
aomWorking Working hard day and night nighty he hefinally heJIDaIIy hefinally
finally mastered the knotty nott y problems of oftbe ofthe ofthe
the law and made ma4eone himself respected as asone amone
one of tile masters of jurisprudence juatspnl1I e ee It Itwas Itwas Itwas
was his character not to be easily easilyturned easlJyturaed easilyturned
turned front the path which he set out outtb outtt outto
tb follow followJohn foII4tw101m followJohn
John Griffin Carlisle was born ra Cov Covlagton CovI Covington
lagton I Ky September 5 Ii Jim From the tbeinne thetIlDe thetime
tIlDe he entered e ter the political arena m mKtS SavnUl mdie
KtS die until his death be was closely con concerned CO COcented concerned ¬
cerned with political p dttltai affairs affairsHis aJIainrHis afafrsHis
His Course eeL e IB I Law LawThe LawTile LawThe
The education he reeetvd at loving GoviDStoR lovington
ton was of the most elementary variety varietybut variet7but varietybut
but it sufficed to enable him to earn a aliving atviDg aliving
living m a few years by teaching scroot scrootin
in the neighborhood while he used his htospare hisspare i iepare
spare time to study Jaw aw His applica appilcation application ¬ i itkm
tion t to this branch 1 of study was reward rewarded rewarcJ1 rewarcJ1eel rewarded ¬
ed when be passed the bar examination examinationhi n on I IIn
In March 198 I B with flying colors and andwas audwafi andwas
was commended as ore of the brightest brightestmen
men in I the class classOne classOne i
One year later September 1889 3 > iBl he hemade hemade bemade
made his entrance into politics when bell he hebecame bebecame hebecame
became a member of the Stat house bouseof 1aou8eof houseof
of representatives From tilts position positionhe posi lM1 lM1he
he was elected State Sta senator In n 1SGC and andreelected andreelected andreelected
reelected in ion In 1831 he resigned resignedhis
his seat In I the senate to become lsuten lsutenant if 1 UteD UteDant uten utenant
ant governor of the State He served ser in inthis Inthis Inthis
this position untif September sePtemberHe l 1875 1875He 5 5He
He was first elected to Congress in Ina
137 a and served in tbe Fortyfifth FortyfifthForty FOItfttthFnrtY th thForty
Forty sixth Forty Fortyr Fortytb seventh th tb Forty Fortyeigbth Fortyet Fortyeighth
eighth et btb Fortyninth t rfttoth r and Fifty Fift1Arst Fiftyfirst Flftyam
first Coag Congresses a In bin term in the tbeFortyeighth theFortYelghtb theFortyeighth
Fortyeighth Congress he was elected electedSpeaker electedSpeaker I ISpeaker
Speaker of the House a position which whichK
It had long been his ambition to bold holdBe boldHe MIdHe I
He served as Speaker or ortlle the remainder remainderof
of hIM term of office i that branch of oftbe orOle ofthe
Ole Government GovernmentReaches GoverJllDentReadies GovernmentReaches i
Reaches tie Senate SenateHto S4aIUeHis SenateHis
His entrance to the Senate was mad madm aIn
In 19 1811 as a Democrat to fill die dieexpired nn nnexpired unexpired
expired term of ofJames James B Beck de deceased de deceued decried ¬
ceased In 1838 he resigned to enter entertary ellterp enterPresider
p Presider ClevelaDda abinet as Seen Seentary Sieeretary
tary of the Treasury the duties of ofwhich ofwhich
which clt office he took ao on March 7 7He 1He 7He
He held this office until 197 when be bereturned heretunsed bereturned
returned to his law Ia practice in New NewTork NewYork NewYork
York which he had not allowed to tosuffer tosuftel tosofter
suffer for want of attention during his fctapolitical Ipoliticai hispoiltfel
political eteenTHe e erreer erreerHe raer raerNew
THe He was a cospieuoa MlPk member ot ue ueNew theew
New ew York bar
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Gen Wesley Merritt MerrittJoined Mer MerrittJDined tt ttJoined
Joined by b Mrs l rs Merritt MerrittMrs ut utMs
Mrs Wesley Merritt who ho has been at atI atdie atthe
I die Virginia Hot Springs for IfXJDOtored several severalto severalweeks
weeks motored over to Natural Bridge BridgeVa B BY
Y Va Jut week to t Join General Merritt Merrittwho KenttttIIere Merrittwho
who to spending tf t1 s season there tIIereAl1Mrt thereYrs thereAlbert
Yrs Albert Asbton and 7ilas MX Fred FredLieut PreI1ScIIIey PlodSehiey
ScIIIey or Washington we II YIcPIda
Beads f several weeks weiilalLIetat weeksM weeksLieut
M
Lieut Sven Harold Poiiosette rr I I rL of fie tbetwtdfefa tMC tMmer fieSwedish
Swedish togatieii C to spri m iJJIsn slg tbe sum summer aamer ¬
mer at a the Berkeley Ber1EeIeyW Newt KewporcW NewtW
W C Marrow Host HostAt HMtAt HootAt
At Xangaasett Pier Pierwnnant PierVIDIa8a PierWlIMm
wnnant C Marrow a jii pre umfsiiml bent a abel jnim jnimraililiifttm msesDr
bel et tile Washington W ssessner colony colonyat
at Narran XairmMpusett X aasett Pier PIeIIarp etealoed ent i sliMd t ttarge a alarge
large company at luncheon Iv II r u a the tlleCa tlleCa7SterdaT Ca Casino Y Ysins ¬
sino yesterdayThe yesterday yesterdayThe 7SterdaTIe
The AustroHungnrian AustroHungnrianbeen Ala 1 1OB tieLi Ah aador aadorand
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and Barooes H Sengelnalter who kayo IIayebeea kayobeen
been at Bar Harbor for lie tbespring liemee mummer mummersince
since tier et8 from Europe Ja die diec thespring I
spring will spend the anrmun at Lenox LenoxMrs Ienexaa
aa maL
1 1Mrs
aaMr Mr Join A A Logan sad her ianhter ianhterMrs 2
Mrs Tucker win leave Jea Washington Washingtonthto w wtJdII 1
thin week we for die VSrgmto Vfgt da Hot HotstGF Spring SpringJ SpringMrs Jp 1qua 1quasector
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sector and Mrs entries J JFaudkner IJia6lllDaer 1Fa
Faudkner Fa of Marttosburg W Vu V L i who whohave wIaove whohave
have ve been ai eudtojg endi nt the f aster at atBuekroe atB atBii
Buekroe Bii oe Beach Va have r returned nzned to tothen totbeIr totheir
then home They are accomvmned CCJOImJ eel by
Senator Faulkners daughter MrsStephen Mrs MrsStephen JII JIIK
Stephen R Snongrass of f Marth MartinsLurg urg
Gen G ° n Drapers 5 Widow IdOV4 and andMiss andMiss andMIs
Miss s Draper Will WillRe WillReside Re Reside Reside ¬
side at Cannes Canoesashin CannesWasJiingtonReskJenceWill CannesWashington
WasJiingtonReskJenceWill WasJiingtonReskJenceWillRemain Washington ashin t Drag Residence e d + enC e Will WillRemain ill illRemain
Remain Closed C1o sod for forthe
L Lthe
the Year YearMrs YearWIDIaa
Mrs Wflnam F Draper and Miss MissDraper
Margaret Preston Draper widow and
daughter of General Draper former formerambassador n nambassador
ambassador to Italy have ve token a J Jing I Ihouee 1house
house at canoes France for die corn cornIn corninn
inn In winter and WIll not open their theirhandsome theirhand80JDe theirhandeosie
handsome Washington rcsMknce rAM this
seasoa
Mrs Draper and her daughter art artspending arrspending
spending tile sanimrr a at tbeir date nutate te at atHop atJloptldale atHopr4sie
Jloptldale Hop daJe Mamv and though still in inmourning J J r rmourning
mourning mound se several eial of Mtos Drapers inti is ti r rmate
s slog
mate fileuds from Washington W teciii tnci vi
tog Miss Laura Merriam and Miss Mary MarvMcCautey YarvYcCaule7 MaryMcdYuley
McCautey McCauteyter have visited her there thissummer this
summer SUIIUIIeIThe summerThe
The death of General Draper last win winter winter
ter caused the immediate t withdrawal witbdrawalfrom wldlclrawalfrom withdrawalfrom
from society of his hfadaughter vot votdaughter O Odaughter
daughter shortly st after her herone t butone debutone
one of the most brOUant eotilnons eotIIIIotbe eotWionsthe f fthe
the season seasonMiss
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Miss Psweil PsweilHonor PeweilHonor
Honor Guest G At Toa ToaMtos T Torbins
bins > Elaine Powell who is vtottine at atAarrenton + i iWarrenton
Aarrenton arrentoa Va Va was the honor bsseppaeat est at atMxa att
t tea given by her hslmless Mrs James Jamesf Jam s sp
p Jeffries rieaJII Thursday Thursdayo ThursdayMtos ThnradayNiss
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Mtos JII Maude Jllalldew Jllalldewreter Vaster eater to suiHOlus II several severalweeks severalwoks eaI eaIw
weeks w at Warrenton tile punt cf YrsEihabeth Mrs MrsElteabeth s sElIzahetIa
Elteabeth Oahiiii 0 DoesBmlth DoesBmlthMrs nnillli II h hK
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Bowling Green Va VaMr VaIIr VaMr
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Mr and Mrs W H H sTsjcuclL sTsjcuclLspending 1 aTe aTetile arespending
spending tile svsmnar at Ammmattox Ammmattoxva ttx ttxy ttoxa
y va a tile guest of Mrs Haycocks HaycocksMis Jfaycocktatita Cocks Cocksfather
father T A 0a1 NUu cbdwrtCMrs
Mrs u Clarke ClarkeGwat ClarkeGwex ClarkeGee3t
Gwat At Sngr S Sp HilL HMLMrs HilLMn
r a aMrs
Mrs J n H Glade and tbe Misses MissesClarke li tieesClarke scs scsClaltte
Clarke are the guests if tile Man and andMrs anlHr an anMrs
Mrs H T TGeorse eueu t at dry 1 KIng KIngGeore KingGeorge
George Vs VsLeona Y YXn Tabias
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Xn KichnI and her daughter 11 er Miss XlssLeoRa MissLeona
Leona KIdwell left W ashiiMCton yeeter yesterday yeetery yeeterday ¬
day y for an absence of several weeks weeksThey weekThey
They wB wCk make a series of visits lii liialttoaare I Ii Iaaitbeere
i alttoaare Phfladeiohhw Mercertbur Mercertburs M eersbure
N > s J and Xew Fork TorkT TorkMr TOIItjIr
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Mr and Mrs Frank D Tfon H Hadrgee es ere eretb arethe re retIN
tb tIN guests of Mr said d Mrs George e W WPalmer whJmer WPalmer
Palmer of Spotsyhranxm I Va TaMtos VaOlIve VaMiss
Miss OlIve Dorothea Bomunm Ra ise of BaItianere BaI Baltimore BaItIInore ¬
timore to vtoitinr her aUld Mrs Adolpii AdolpiiSoanner MJQlph9i 4 Iph IphSeanaei
Soanner on Cnaftol HhtEra HBL HBLMn HBLXd
Mn John Ochsnreiter er of M Q street streetnorthwest t streetnlrrthwemd et etnJnret
northwest to sDendbur two weeks w at t 1J 1JUIIIIDft V e asteer esummer
summer home of her brother Robert Roberthers X XItosera I Iat
hers at Crystal Sash OtnaJs OtnaJsf OtnaJsThe Cnsdn1he
f i iibe r
The naTal attache of the AustroHun AustroHunsarian AustroHun1Mi Avat rvHuz rvHuzTarisD
sarian 1Mi embassy and Baroness I iWusch iWuschabroai Cu 1I6 1I6elL c i ie
elL w have been spend c dMa mer msmunerabroad merJ
abroad J are now at their borne to Vi Vienr Yiear V i ienr
enr and do not expect to re NQInL ara to 10aatiI t4Wasriictoo
Wasriictoo Wn rineton onta the middle e C Xo Xorember Xoveb o ovembr
vembrMira rember remberMtos
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Mtos 11 Harriet B Hankfaw fe spending spendingseveial e 1 1several
several weeks u < lui with her pare Dr DrEnntt Draad Drand
and Mla George A A Bankits A at their theirhome
home In Wplaameurg wn I 1 Va Vars VacMrs
Mrs rs Enntt V WIBianni W1 and dauphi dauphiSpottsylvania aghtplave daughthave
lave i r 0 o Spottsylvania lvaoia 1 Va for t tMtos taer h hsslaltaer
aer aerI sslaltaerMiss
Miss Mary Murray JiIJIrr l y yAJJea and andAllen Miss TV TVAllen
Allen are vtoitmg tbe the grandcnoth grandcnothMrs t h hFIeIdiIIc <
Mrs neMteg Lewis at Maimlum Ki KiGeorge K xir xirGeorge ir irGeorwe
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Fully protected protectedfrom NOteeteilfrom protectedfrom
from fire ebT ell in inquired inquired inquired ¬
quired the Bus Busness BwIne Bmrulfleas
ness s Doctor Doctorou Willyou Will Wittyou
you ou pardon me If I Iask Iask Iask
ask you bow you yonknow youknow youknow
know you are If Ifyou ICou ifyou
you ou signed a 1 11 11NO
000 contract with witha withman
a man without withoutreading witboureadla withoutreading
reading readla it It your yournearest yearnearest yournearest
nearest friend friendwould f friendwould r i e 1
would ould say that thatyou thatyou thatyou ell
you had bats in inyour 1 1your isyour
your belfry belfrywouldnt belfrywouldnt
wouldnt bet he letit Yet Yetit YetIt
it is a safe wagerof wager wagerof
of thirty to one onethat 0Iaet oaethat
that t no man you youmention youMeIItioa youmention
mention ha bar S ever everrend eyerread everread
read his fire r8 in ¬
surance policy or bas the t vaguest vmgnestwhat idea ideawbat ideawhat
what it ideally y means eaRS They nave havenever navenever ve veDeTer
never read them or asked the agent agentwho agentwho < ent entwbo
who sold them te t expiate tIN va various Varl vs vsnoes ¬
rious rl clauses in I them themTo the theTo themTo
To start with in this U 1J1Iee 1 O bust bwlness 01Jte1I8 bustaess
ness of yours take the 1 per cez cc1 cc1reduced cezrreduced < t treduced
reduced rate average Ye clause e whack whictsays wludthat whacksays
says that the the company shall not be beliable beliable
1
liable Jlah for a greater eater proportion of any anytoes aa sayloss
toes than the amount insured bears bearsto bearsto
to SI per cent t of the actual cash cashvalne cashvale
vale of the property insured at thetime the tbei I
i time of loss This clause means that thatI thatia thatsea
I sea in insurance must be carried carriedhere carriedhere carriedhere
here to receive full benefits under underthis 1IDderthis underthis
this provision prov in 1 case of partial loss Josance Joes JoesS1lPPose lossSuppose
S1lPPose Suppose yo you carried iCO tOOO In blsur blsurDee iasursnce
Dee and sustained a a loss amounting amountingto amoa lll lllto
to siN 1 The clause says you must musti Dlvatearry mustcarry
i carry I StM or the policy will cover coverif cover0IIIy coveronly
only as the mouat carried Dears t tb tbhyeee f fIt
hyeee if you carry ItM and should sIIouHlcarry shouldcarry shouldof
carry ssM you therefore carry IS ISor i3or
or 24 aDd pt bt accordance there therewit therewith
wit 24 of r the 1 lose 01 7H 5e In CIIIMo CIIIMoof cansof
of a total loss 1 or a lose in execs excenvof exceof execsof
of Sf per cent ee t then this clause dees deesnot deeSDOt doesnot
not operate it is effective e < eettve only in incases IIICA8e Ineaaes
cases of partial Jo foe Many 7 people peoplebelieve MOplebeHeye peoplebelieve
believe that if they t are within the tbeM theIf these
M per cent clausehat clause cl that t to carry carryS earryS carry3IIe
S S 3IIe t and have 9 1000 M IMS I ass they wilt wiUreceive wfllrecelTe wiltreceive
receive tile full loss l 118 This in an erroras error erroraa errortJKT
aa they only receive the sum ca cawhich GaWlaleb cawhich
which they are paying premiwammDo premiums premiumsDo KeJM KeJMDo
Do you 7 u know that the company companyhas COIDPIIYAas companyhas
has sixty days in which t to settlemay settle settlemay Ilett1ey
may replaCe dame damaged ed property properly operQ1 wiJx wiJxMke wih1tke wi h hlike
like xnaterial materialmay t < rtlJINLY may take aH or art ptixtof pw1or artcf
of the daraageC < property and pay 1 all
or part e eC the tIIea dssaagrd maaiil claimed In InopottJon InOpOI inopttiose
OpOI opottJon opottJonJK opttiosewu tIoII tIoIIIn
JK yv y U know that a policy to ToMe ToMewritten YOI 1
Ifa written or stated > mtorepreseiita mtorepreseiitafn ep uta utatt
tt tfsn tIC faeteif the Iatens1 eC the In InRrecI 1rauri
RrecI Is DOt truly IItatedU work in a ariaaufactnring an arlaaotactariag
riaaufactnring n plant Is done after aftery alterock a a4oek
y 4oek oek at nlgbt DIbtlf the factory cepsto ceas ceasuiuie ceast
t to be ecerated erat for more than ten co cosecutnre COi S Sseuthe
i
secutnre daysif oys 2 tf mechanics hanks be employ employed empToed ¬
ed In tile premises for more than t fifteen fifteendays AftfrndaisK
days daisK If the hazard to inert a rr axed witli witliwentive wit w it1 it1the 11 11he
the he kDoW knowledge OIl the m inmaedwhere d where a aJ
J ding or house Is unoccupied UIlllOl I for ten ten1eC1I tene
e locative daT days If any e ous GIIII or ex expkMlvenem t tptoIIveDft18 espio
pkMlvenem pio evens other than kerosene of the theUnttrf tneUDltd thaUnhe3
Unttrf States Standard be kept kept on thepremisesby the thepremises theleh
premises leh premisesby by tile falling of a building buildingexcept bu diro diroexcept baildinexcept
except as tile resntz of fire Certainly Certainlyyou Cert3Jn 1so 1soyou
you dont t know it H w could you You YouI YO YODlVer z znever
I never read the policy poncyAny OIk7Any policyAny
Any policy may y be canceled by either eitherceed elthcrparty 1 1party
party 011 1h days net1ce When can canbytM canaed
ceed by bytM tbe company a pro rata pro procanceled pr prportIoa proportion
portion of tile PI ed enitmr is retained retainedthe f fthe
the time Ute policy was In force VnfT7 1Vherrcanceled VnfT7caJlCeled
canceled by tile msuied a short ehia rr rrpremium r rprem1uat t r rpremium
premium is a stained by the company eoampanvWben
WHen a loss Is paid on a policy tl tljear f fface th thface
face oC the pricy Uey1s is s to the s stent
tent t of the loss tar tile balance tf t1l
jear unless addttiunal acIdItllaaJPakL
pieniluiin ar arpaid a apaid
paid Policies do not cover darn Jro r rsuiting l
suiting from Uktning n btning LA Ii unless sopeci sopecified s0 spec specfbed c ctied
tied tiedllI
Read ever your policy and Iftfier Iftfierall If kBFherare tflfP tflfPan
an things III It you de DOt uad otar ari arior i iar
or like Jaa have them changed as neari1 neari1all arT arTan
all the fOreUug 1f 6 conditions i istricken may b betrIekea bstricken
stricken from a policy by special agree ajTreement agrEfmeat t tmend
meat obtained o from the company tocover to tocover t tver
cover ver the precise case The cost is the thetittle very verytttle f f1lttle
tttle if any If your building bu Is tir tiraeenpied U1If iioeeupltd
aeenpied If yon care to work after at r 1 1rf 11 + > 1 1f Jf
rf f yon want awnings and signs cov covered cov covered C Cer ¬
ered if your hard to increased if you youto yn yndsIre yotdesire <
desire to IE keep gasaIeae get your gent gentto agentto
to indorse your policy to cover er such suchi C it ita
i a case and you are well protected but bttbe butbe butbe
be sure It is written wrfttet1 into the policy policyforgetful poTlcyoat polioDont
oat take I word for Itbe may b bCJrKettuL be beforgetful
forgetful forgetfulAbove forgetfulAbove CJrKettuLA
Above A all things get your urance issanncefrom nmuranc nmurancfrnm urancetmID
from a man who Is reputable rpUtaJlewbo who has hasa h4 h4a
a permanent phase yl abode whose of ofifice oface office
ace Is not nt lib tan pocket wile wt wtI w it itbe t t1afr
I be fair to you and to his comnana oompasy Fir FirsInsurance Fir Firinsurance FirIs >
insurance Is tile greatest sreat comfort 11 iithe 11tJtP 11 11tbe
the world ll wbraVon whentaa yog get it it If you dont dontRet don dongK r rget
Ret R the fau fmaiyto > lrl Ia years as > no ro company companywnats companywants I IwaR
waR to swindle yon y T > < end ad yoa yoapolicy your yourpolicy yo I Ipolicy
policy tite same as you would nay other othercontract othercontract othercontract
contract for t r a like amount amo nt
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