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intreihtBB iau the questMn i1 of negre disfrannehleeatelat dis disfrajichiBoment dtsf
frajichiBoment f in i order t to embarrass emharraseSouthom em1lTa em1lTaSoutltont embarrassSoutltoan
Southom Senators when w eR the t e question questionof
of papufar eieetien eiee of ors comes comesup c comes comesup mes mesup
up Senators Sead rsof of the eoBsenrative eo per perrunoian persaascll
runoian d 8 net > waR want to s submit bmit the tepop thepept thepopularelective
pop pept areIoctHn dare4 cti a i resolution tion to the theStates tlleStates theStatt
Statt States aJMI a d yet they do not want to tovote toj tovet
vote vet a iaat it j heea 1teca e they know knowthat knowtJat knowthat
that moat oet ef f tie people p ple favor vor it itSo itSo itSo
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adopted hy Republican 1tepu 1ican votes cogs would wouldthen wouldt wouldthen
t then cotafKJ r Southern ut1tern Democrats io fovote iovote tovote
vote agaiast the whole populardec populardectton pop popular clec clect electinm
tton t Otl propoartien propoartienis pIQ pIQIt
It is net anew a new scheme smeut hut it is nomore no nomore no18O
more e creiitatJe creiit hJet than in the past It Ifis Itis Itis
is only 9l y a eo couple ple of years since 1 nce there thereW therewu therewan
W wu B eSert tie kill a measure in the thece thel
V Vuoase l uoase > sou ce e bY hitching a similar amend amendment amendment amendment ¬
ment to it In fact Republicans who whoare whoare whoare
are unwilling honestly to record them themi ¬
them i
selves seh < 6 on questions of aPPortionmantpopular apportionmant apportionmantpopular apPOrtionmantpopular
popular election of Senators and the thelike the1ik thelike
like 1ik have come to recognize in inth thisghost this thisghost B Bghost
ghost of the negro negroquastion question the most mostefieotive mostcfieoth mosteffective
effective way to make trouble forDemocrats forDemocrats for forDemocrats
Democrats DemocratsSuch DemocratsSuch DemocratsSuch
Such a projectof prqicct of indirection and in insincerity ingincerity insincerity ¬
sincerity wili will not serve e to kill themovement the themovement tilemocmcnt
movement for popular election eJc tion of ofSenators ofScnatoI1l ofSenators
Senators We Ve suspect that such an anamendment anamcn anamendment
amendment amcn mc1t as Senator Depew will willpropose willpropose viiipropose
propose cannot muster musterionough enough Repub Republican Repubjean Republican ¬
lican votes to hitch it to the resolution resolu resolution resolution ¬
tion It certainly ought not 11 > t The TheSenate TheSenate TheSenate
Senate ought to t have h o manliness manlinessenough manlinessenough manlinessenough
enough to go on record on this ques question qucstion question ¬
tion of of o popular election el tion of Senators SenatorsIf natonr1
If gentlemen believe the tJlepcopte people arc arcnot ltCnot tienot
not in favor 1 YOr of the reform let them themso
so vote ote If I f they bfyieve lx ie ieve c the people are arefor aia aiafor arefor
for it they tHC ought otl Jlt to 10 vote otc for it it a aDd aDdir andif d difUiey
ifUiey ir hey refuse so to vote ote the people peopleought peopleoug peopleought
ought oug t tt tt > > have e a a chance to can them themto t1IeMto thliMto
to an accountingTrickery accounting accountingTrickery accountingTrickery
Trickery and smartness s arln08S will not notserve notCTe notserve
serve to prevent the he people getting gettingwhat geUiDgwhat gettingwhat
what they want in this matter If the theSenate tIteSenate theSenate
Senate continues to oppose it we shall shallbefore sRaJIbefore shallbefore
before many ma Y years have a convention conventionof
of the States callrfPto cal to submit amend amendments am6 ameniments tl tlments ¬
ments to the Constitution C titutio tutio and then thensome thellsome themsome
some real radicalism will bhow how itself itselfof jue1fof itselfof
of a character to give shudder to t o gen gentlemen geRtJemeu g en entlemen ¬
tlemen whose confidence coHfi e in popular populargovernment poFulargovernment populargovernment
government is sq sQJiVeak iweak that the fear foarthe fORIt1le fearthe
the masses toiJ1not ghottM Eho not n t be trussed t trus cd to tochoose tochoose tochoose
choose their Senators SenatorsDoes SenbtorsDoes SenatorsDoes
Does anybody suspect that t popular popularelection populue1ection popularelection
election would have given us Lorimor Lorimorin
in Illinois or James Smith Jr in inNew IINew isNew
Ther riel directors of one of the Morse Morseban Morse Morsebans Morsebans
bans ban s in New York have ve settled a auit asuit asuit
suit brought against them on behalf behalfof
of the stockholders by paying over a alarge aJarge aLarge
large sum of money The incident is isworth 5worth isworth
worth noting as showing there is some somesort somesort somesort
sort of negligence which the dummydirector dummydirector dummy umJllydirector
director cannot commit without fac facing facing ¬
ing the possibility of having to go godown g9down godown
down in his own pockets and make makegood makegood makegood
good the deficit in trust funds whkfc whkfcbe W Rhicfihe ic iche
he is chosen GI to protect protectIn
In the Morse rse failure as in the more morerecent morerecent morerecent
recent disgraceful looting of theNorthern the theNorthern theNorthem
Northern Bank of New York there therewas t therewas ere erewas
was the s same < une old story of implicit implicitconfidence JmPlieitconMeDCe implieitconfidence
confidence in somebody som e Qjy who did id net netdeserye JIetdese netdeselse
deserye dese e it itNo Itl ItlNo itNo
No one OReoxpcets expects directors to keep se seclose 59doSe seclose
close an oversight on the affairs of a abank abank abank
bank that nobody can deceive thorn tltemThey themThey thornThey
They must Crust rust some persons per20 But Batbank Butbank Butbank
bank failures too often disclose disclosenegligence discloseJt disclosenegligence
negligence Jt Von on o i the part of directors directorswhich directorswhiclt directorswhich
which is so inexcusable and so flagrant flagrantthat ftagraatthat flagrantthat
that it V invites deception and aRdhonesty die dishonesty diehonesty ¬
honesty The most culpable feature featureis
is that t at they tile pretend to be watchmenand watchmen waieJtmeand watchmenand
and give a a false sense of security to topeoplewho topeople topeoplewho
peoplewho people wh depend upon their good goodfaith gooifait goodfaith
faith fait faithNo
No man is i g conTpeiled eo Tpe e to be a bank bankdirector haDkdirector bankdirector
director When he becomes one he caccepts heaccepts
accepts a position sitioll of f trust which heshould he heshould heshould
should properly fin or else get o out outA outA t tA
When the porter comes along and andtakes aDdtakes andtakes
takes down your y ur overcoafe OTerCOfl overcoata < and nd brushes brushesit fuous es esit I
it in in your face f ce transferring the dust dustfrom duetrom dustfrom
from rom the aforesaid garment to the thejust thejust thejust
just brushed brush d garments of others sitting sit sitting j jting
ting around awaiting an opportunity opportunityto
to escape a 1 1Have should you tip him himHave hi l lHave
Have you over pat t yourself yo e1f in the theporters theporters theporters
porters placeFrom place placeFrom placeFrom
From Chicago the th headquarters hcadqu rters of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the porters profession comes comes co es thej thejnews the thenews he henews
news that tips are getting to bescare bej bejscare be beseare
scare that the porters want 45 45 4 toj to
550 50 a month instead of 85 b cents a aday aday adap
day which the t e company hasthem has hast pSKT pSKTthem
them t for forty years that the porters porterssimply porterssimply porterssimply
simply cannot live on n their present presentincomes presentincomcs presentincomes
incomes incomesOnce incomcsOnce incomesOnce
Once in a a while they are tipped hand handsomely htndsomely handsomely ¬
somely probably pr babIy by some 8O e getrich getrichquick getricJtquick getrichquick
quick expert expe who has pulled off a bigdeal big bigdeal bigdeal
deal in New Ne York or Chicago or Bos Boston Boston Boston ¬
ton BuFihe porter complains Morethan More Morethan Morethan
than half the women women never tip and andsome andsome andsome
some of the 1hen en cu wiIl rill n ride 2000 or
3000 miles and give a dimei dime or per perhaps pcrhap perhapi
haps a quarter l One professor r of the thebrush thebrush thebrush
brush protests that he shined thirty thirtypairs thirtypairs thirtypairs
pairs of shoes on a recent receR trip and got gotnary tnary t tnary
nary a sou Naturally he kicked kicked but butthe butthe butthe
the spokesman for the passengers ex explained explained explained ¬
plained thAit tha it was not ethical to tipWhen tip tipWhen tip1Vhcit
1Vhcit When excuses are drawn as fine as asthis ast1 asthis
this s leaving 1 ring the porters sputteringbeyond sputtering sputteringbeyond sputteringbcyooo
beyond their depth the only thing thingJeft thingeft thinkleft
left for them to do is to strike for formore formore formore
more pay p a Hence this charge of the
3000 3000It 3000It 3009It
It looks as if the issue might haveto have haveto haveto
to go before teI > re the = Interstate t Commerce CommerceCommission CommerceComm CommerceCommission
Commission Comm ion for settlement Strictly Strictlyspeaking Strictlyspeaking Strictlyspeaking
speaking the passenger is not obliged obligedto
to tip His ti ticket entitles him pre presumably presumably presumably ¬
sumably to whatever attention tt he J
may be able to get for himself But Butif ButIf 1 1if
if porters who expect to live in partby part partby I Iby
by tips are not tipped then it itwont itwontbe wont wontbe
be long before there is a shortage intier in intlir inUU
tier Porter porter market or else the service sorvicewill son servicewill ice iceWill
will take a slump either that or or the thecompany Utecompany thecompany
company will raise rais the wage and take takethe taketlte takethe
the raise out of the passengers passengersIt pn ongorJII ongorJIIIt
It is ttp to the company to decide decWeAnd decideAnd decideAnd
And if the wage is raised raiscd willthe iJl tho tipthen tip tipthen Upthen
then formally be abolished If not notwhy n notwhy t tWAY
why not notDIRECT notDIRECT t tDIRECT
William V lliam F Sheehans s formal an announcement a aDouneamont announeemont ¬
nouncement of his candidacy for theUnited the theUnited tlteUJlted
United States Senate to succeed Sea Senator SeHator Seaator ¬
ator Chauneey M 1 Depew whose term termof termof termof
of office expires on March 4 1911 UH 1 has hasalready lutsalready hassalready
already served to crystallize the op opposition opposition epposition ¬
position to him which whicb everyone kmceawould knew knewwould kRUWwould
would develop Men Ien prominen in theDemocratic the theDemocratic theDomocratic
Democratic ranks are hastening to toprotest toprotest toprotest
protest that the party by permitting permittingthe p Tmitti g gthe
the election of a man whose name issynonymous is issynonymous issynonymous
synonymous with the th Worst features featuresof
of machine machine politics Will throw throwaway throwawaythsfntits away awaythe away awaythefnlits
the thsfntits fruits of the November victory victoryNo victoryNo ietoryNo
No one believes for a moment that thatthe thattile thatthe
the Democrats in the stirring daysof days daysof 38 38f
of f the late campaign would have havedzfd havedared ve vetk
dared tk d to go before the people with withthe witJIt withthe
the name of Sheehan as their avowedcandidate avowed avowedcandidate avowedcandidate
candidate for the Senate Tho people peopleknew ptOpieJew peopleknew
knew his record only o ly too well a avoting aunt auntvoting K Kvoting
voting directly on on that record they theywould theywould theywould
would not only have refused to in indorse iadorse indorse ¬
dorse his candidacy but might havebeaten have havebeaten Itvebcate
beaten the party that stood for itA itAnd it itAnd
And yet by indirection by choice clto e of ofthe oftho ofthe
the General Assembly he may he hechosen 1tec bechosen
chosen c oscn to represent ropr 8 nt the groat State Stateof 5tieof Stateof
of New York In the United States StatesCould StatesS StatesSenate
S Senate SenateCould te teCot
Could d there be a more convincing convincingargument co coargumoJ convincingargument
argument argumoJ in ° favor of the direct pri primary primary primary ¬
mary Could there be a better illus illustration intlStratio1 illustration ¬
tration of the unregresentati5e re meth methods etk etko ethods ¬
ods by y which the organization defeats defeatsthe defetstile defeatsthe
the will w l of the people However H < Oever goodand good goodand goodand
and quiescent Mr Sheehan hts h beenin been beenin beei
in recent years he still has the smell smellof seJ1of sinollof
of fire fire on his garments and undo adirect a adirect atlirect
direct primary system his party week weeknot uottknot W k kDOt
not offer 8r him for the SenatePJs Senate SenatePas SenateHis
Pas election would be interpreted as asa aeaconclu5 asa
a conclusive ve argument in n favor favo of the thedirect Utedirect thedirect
direct primary primaryt
t less Congress s sets busy tboreare a alot aJet alet
lot a r Government employes who may xajrhevc IDJ1Mt mayhen
hen 1Mt te start the new year yearm Jgs > wearing wearingcif eartog eartogThe b boft
oft estI eating and vo lfa3aag n rent rentThe tt tta
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behind the theatrical managers nag l fa the thebtreineRs Ute1NsineflS thebeelneas
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of Adams county 1Dty ardU arc arei1ng ia te t M lay the thee theame the theMamc
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water wagon waen11te wagonThe
The Mexican revolution re oltkm seems IRS te teAged Ite Iteended beended
ended again SJ81nged againAged
Aged ged Victim of Car CarStill CarStill CarStill
Still Critically 111 111John IIIJobn IllJohn
John J Peabody seventythree years yearsold
old old eM former chief of the he WasMngtoa Waehingtoaopartment
Fire Department and h s wife Mrs
Mary Peabody seventy yeirs eus old old who whowere w whowere o owere
were run down own by a Ninth Inth street car
last Saturday night are stilt un in a serious se serious se ¬
rious condition in the Emergency Hen Hospital HespltaL HenThe ¬
pital pitalThe pltaLThe
The doctors said this morning there therehad therehad
had been no noticeable change in the thecondition thecondition thecondition
condition of either of the th aged sufferers sufferersfor sutrer s sfor
for several days da Both were hurt about aboutthe aboutthe
the head and but little ho hope is entertained enter entertained cntertalned ¬
tained for the recovery of airs Psa Psarbolt Psaboy PMbo
boy bo Y who was the more seriously In Injured mjtTPd InGets ¬
jured jtTPdGets
Gets 4 Months In Jail JailA JailA
A sentence sentenceof or four months imprison imprisonment Imprisonment Imprisonment ¬
ment was today imposed upon Harry HarryLucas HanyLucas HarryLucas
Lucas a negro on conviction of carry carrying carryIng carrying ¬
ing a concealed pistol His accuser was wasCora wasCOra wasCora
Cora Taylor a negress who testified testifiedthat testifiedtbat testifiedthat
that Lucas Lu as had threatened her Hfe at at91S at91S at9is
91S Delaware avenue avenuePaper avenuePaper
Paper Towels In Schools SchoolsTOPEKA SchoolsTOPEKA SchoolsTOPEKA
TOPEKA Kan Dec 3L LE E T Fair Fairchild FalrChUd Fairchild
child State superintendent of instruc instruction Instruction ¬
tion is having a test made of paper papertowels papertowels per
towels All the Kansas school houses housesmay housesmay
may be equipped with them After Afteruse Afteruse Afteruse
use they are burned burnedWhats burnedWJ burnedWhats
Whats WJ ats on the t1z Program in inWashington in inW inWahIngton
Washington W hlngton Today TodayEntertainment T TodayEntertainment o a aEntertainment
Entertainment and dance by y the book bookbinders bookbinders bookbinders ¬
binders of the G P PO O Pythian Tem Temple Temple ¬
ple 1012 Ninth street northwest 8 8p 8p 8p
p m mWatch mWatch niWatch
Watch meeting at Rechablte Hall 304 B Bstreet Bstreet Bstreet
street southeast beginning at 9 p p m mJonadab mJonadab mJonadab
Jonadab watch meeting at Pioneer Hall HaULouisiana HallUiw
623 Louisiana avenue northwest northwestJiew
Watch meeting at the Y 11 Co A 10 10p 1091 1091p
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New Year hall of Washington Aerie AerieNo Aerieo Aeriea
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Watch meeting Grace Baptist Church ChurchNinth ChurchInth ChurchNinth
Ninth Inth and D streets southeast begin beginning beginning beginning ¬
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The Times will be pleased to an announce announce ¬
nounce meetings meetin and entertaunents In Inthis Inthis Inthis
this co column mn Phone or write writemounee writemouneemellaJ sanounca VsaaouneeIl2eatL sanouncamentsj
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Government t to Press Suit SuitAgainst SuitI SuitAgainst I
Against Aga nst Big American AmericanCorporation Ame AmericanCorporation ican icanCo
Corporation CorporationCOMPLAINT Co CorporationCOMPLAINT poration porationCOMPLAINT
Declare Royalties on Machines MachinesMak fiachinesiay MachinesMale
Male > Business Unprofitable Un Unprofitable Unprofitable ¬
profitable profitableTORBCTO profitableTOR
TORBCTO TOR TO Ontario Dee 31 3lThe L The gov governaMHt soveIJIID government
ernaMHt Mitt itW rte t have declared illegal illegalthe 111 illegalthe ea 1 1dte
the etJtOd tetl s eC the United Shoe Ma Macfelnery 1leclaiMry MaeMnery
cfelnery Company is te be pressed to aa aaearly IIearly asearly
early loB according to inlormation intorniationmade inlormationOMkle IntormattonJD
made pubH bile teday tedayIt
It te the Intention l of those behind ehlDdthe behindthe > behind behindthe
the 1ttlptloa > ftls tlon to have the patents con controlled contr eontrolled
trolled tr by the American corporation de declared dedared de declared ¬
clared void on oft the ground that they are aretetac arebe arebeing
being be weed in restraint of trade tradeJudge tradeJud tradeJudge
Judge Cannon before whom the pre prettmtoarr IN INIImItIarJ preliminary
ttmtoarr bcmrin bearing was IIS held ruled that tJaa a aprtet 1pc a aprim
prim pc fade ease was made out a against sttbe atest atestUw
Uw New England corporation under the thecombines tiltCOIIII thecombines
combines COIIII 1IeS Investigation IDYe act this law fewIKevtdee lawJM0vtde8 lawprevidea
IKevtdee that t at where six or more British Britishsubjects BriUlhl Britishsubjects
subjects l believe that prices are being beingcnh betngen beingcnhI
cnh en cnhI ced o or competition e pUtien ttt1en r 1estmtoo Btriot Jd to tothe toUte tothe
the detriment of consumers co or producers producersMI producerslavatiUon
MI Investigation may be ordered and andif aJtdIt andIf
if such combine is operating under the theprotection thePMtecticK theprorotectioc
protection of o patent ateat rights such patents patentsmay patentsmay ti timay
may be set aside airfdeManufacturers klManufacturers asideManufacturers
Manufacturers Complain ComplainThe
The application applic tion was made by a ntun ntunber DUmIter aumber
ber ef manufacturers of Quebec who aI alleged aItJtat aIleged ¬
leged that wader w 4er the business S method methodot methodsat
at the United tcd Shoe Machinery 1t cJtlner Jftethodll con Coripany conpa1l7 Conpeal
peal tiy were Ore OI empetleI pelled to purclwsrsupplies purcmsr purcmsr8UppUea purch sr srsupplied
supplied from a trust and to maintiJn maintiJnplco mainutupiccs nsinthbtpricy
plco at the figure set by it itTh ItThe
Th The combine ha has appealed ap apea apeaKincs eol p + cd to the theptace theKJUCs
KJUCs bench dl division Men to change the theplace th thptace
ptace of the Inquiry from Quebec to toso toSOIIte tocoins
coins so e other ptecs tIa preferably this thisand city citymcd cityCd
and t ill teht te have this done on onground the theground tbesrOWld
ground that t a prejudice exists against agalcetl
l in Quebec QuebecThte Q QuebecThis
This 1 is the first real test of ofnew otDeW i inew
new law Most t ef o the boot and shi shimanufacturers ahtILIUttcturers shcmanufacturers >
manufacturers of the Dominion Dominionthe U uthe
the machinery of the American 1 con concern cotcern corcorn > ¬ 1
cern This te Bet sold but lease leantto i ito 1to
to them the they paying substantial substantialroyalties substantiatroyalties
royalties for the right to use it In Inmost InDIOt Inmoat I
most of the Dominioa tbe manufacturers manufac manufacturers manufacturers ¬
turers are satisfied at1 ftecl to meet the tame termeef tcarof tameof
of the trust a as they can operate en ensmall ansmall onsmall
small capital The Quebec manufac manufacturers manutacture manufacturers ¬
ture turers however have tad much the theworst tbeorst theworst
worst orst of the competition recently recentlyand recentlLUId recent recentand
and they blame this on the restri rostrltioa restrilien r88tri4f r88tri4fl10B
lien imposed by the trust UUstThe The ap appeal appeal appeal ¬
peal probably pr ly win be argued 1 early earlyin earl earlIn earlyis
in January at MontreaLWould Montreal MontrealWould MontreaLWou1d
Would Mean Death of Trusts TrustsIf
If the new law is upheld in this thisinstance thisIR8taaee thisinstance I
instance it is expected to put an anead anea4I anend
end to trust methods l in the Domin Dominion Domlaloa Dominion ¬
ion Under Us provisions the th depart departinent deprtt
inent n nt t of labor la ar investigates in esUgat s all aliega aliegaIMfcts allegatt8n allegarlldtnf >
IMfcts 6t cembiaeB cembinesnhu witen Jt n ordered ord rod te do dese doeo doso
se by the ceurt L Thee complRInaie complRInaiemutate compleln com nt ntIIWM a t tmtine
mutate a member ef a commission the thealleged thealleged
alleged 1 8d trust a second and the gov government bOTerument government ¬
ernment A a third The commission commissionhas coplmiselon coplmiselonMs commissionhas
has mlinrtW W power It can cell for forpersons torpersons or orpersons
persons and papers p8p rs and can compel compelanswers compelD8Wers compelanswers
answers to all questions Recalcitrant Recalcitrantwitnesses ReealcltrantWUl888e5 Refalcitrantwtnesees
witnesses simply go to jail If it itand ItADd itAadn
and that the trust Is unlawfully onhancing on enhancing onbaacln ¬
hancing baacln prices it ear suspend any anypr anyiJr anypr
pr tecuve duties which benefit it and aadabrogate D4IUoPte andas
abrogate as orate all patent rights enjoyed by byatteh by81Ieb bysuch
such a concern concernWilliam concernWIlIlm concernWilliam
William Lyon McKenzie minister mmlsterr mmlsterrJa1 ef eflabor oflabor
labor or for the Dominion Is pushing pushingtbe
the present litigation If the law 1 w is isupheld is1IpJteki isupheld
upheld be claims he can drive many manyother DtlLnyotJter manyother
other trusts out of Canada CanadaInterest CanadaInterest CanadaInterest
Interest Here In Suit SuitAgainst SuitAgainstShoe SuitAgainst
Against AgainstShoe Shoe Trust TrustIn
In view of the proposed sulf VI ef the theGovernment UteGoVerDme theGovernment
Government t against the Electrical E4eotricaiTrust ElectricalTrust EleotrkaITntst
Trust there Is much interest here in 1tt the thelitigation thelitigation e eJtUgaUon
litigation now in progress in Canada Canadaagainst CaD1vJaDSt CaTataagainst
against DSt the United Shoe Sh e Machinery MachineryCompany MachfYerJComp hlacbirerlCompany
Company CompanyTbe CompanyThe nJ nJThe
The suit here and that In Canada seem seemclosely s seemclosely m mcJ
closely cJ related In that both b th binge on onthe onthe onthe
the validity of patent rights rightsThe rightsThe rightsThe
The Government will charge that the theElectrical UteElectrical theElectrical
Electrical trust fixes prices all the Ni wayfrom Nifrom ay ayfrom
from the factory to the cnsumer cnsusher And Andalso andaieo 00 00aJ
also o restricts competition by utilizix utilizixthe utllizhJ utllizhJthe utfizirgthe
the protection afforded by patent rights rightsThe rllbtsTbe rightsThe
The agreements contracts u and licenses licensesof
of the General Electric Company the theWestingrhouse theWC3t1Bl1bouse theWestinghouse
Westinghouse Company Compana11d and the Na National SationaJ National ¬
tional Electric Lamp Company will all allbe allbe allbe
be attacked by the Government GovernmentThe GoyernmentTbe
The complaint will allege that prices pricesare pricesare pricesare
are maintained according to a schedule schedulethat sch schedulethat du1e du1ethat
that only customers who will charge the theagreed theagreed
agreed 2 price can get the electrical ap appnances ap appJ apances 1
pnances pJ ances for sale tSat that in general era1 the entare en entire entIre ¬
tire arrangement Is af a combination In Inrestraint inrstralnt inr
restraint r of trade as outlined by the theFuerman the1ennan theE
Fuerman E law but protected by the In Intricacies incles inricades ¬
tricacies cles of our patent laws lawsTh lawsvalidity lawsThe
Th The validity of these patents is ma to b bthe be beattacked l lattacked
attacked 8M there is a belief that thatGovernment serfi serfisuit it itthe
the th e ean Government fails in its present pres t suit snitan suitan
an organized attempt will be made to tohave tohave tohave
have Congress enact a measure drafted draftedalong draftedalong draftedalong
along the line of o the more drastic Can Canadian Canadian Canadlan ¬
adian measur measurThat measurThat measureThat
That the trust claims the right rlChtto rlChttooperate to tooperate tooperate
operate under the decisions of the lower lowercourts lowercourtt lowercourts
courts one of which was concurred in inby Inby inby
by PresIdent Taft when he was on the theFederal theFederal theFederal
Federal bench ch Is said Tiere ere re not to es establish estabUh establish ¬
tablish that the trust will win Its case casePresident cnsePresident casePresident
President Taft It is said has always alwaysheld a1waysheld alwaysheld
held that the decision In the Heaton HeatonFeElnsular HeatonP HeatonPentnsular
FeElnsular P nsular Button case in which he hernl2d hertll herul
rnl2d rtll d that anyone using the patent shoe shoebrttoning shoebttonlog shoebrttoning
brttoning machine which was In questlun ques question questIfm ¬
tion must purchase the staples from the themanufacturers themanufacturers themanufacturers
manufacturers of the machine was open opento opento opento
to reversal if additional ad iUonal evidence had hadbren hadbran ad adbf
bran bf en presented presentedThe presentedIbr presentedTier
The contrast between b twcen the Sherman Shermanantitrust Shermanantitrust Shermanantitrust
antitrust law and the Canadian anti antitrust antitrust antitrust ¬
trust law however Is expected to be besharply besharply besharply
sharply defined by y the trial of the action actionhere aetlo1bere actioahere
here hereClark bereClark hereClark
Clark Gets Support SupportOf
Of Ohio Delegation DelegationChamp Dp legatlan legatlanChamp
Champ Clark will have the solid vote voteof voteof ote
of the Democratic members of the Ohio Ohiodelegation OhiopJegatlon Ohiodelegation I
delegation in the next Congress This Thishas Thish1S Thish
h has is been decided by S caucus of the thersmocrats theremocrats
remocrats of that State held at Colum i
b bas is > 5 The Ohio Democrats also went on onr onr onrecord
r record ord rd as favoring a committee on com committees commIttees committees ¬
mittees but deferred action on schedule I
by schedule revision of the tariff tariffFiremen tariffV
I IFiremen
V Firemen In Peril PerilNEW PerilNEW I
NEW YORK Dec 31 nWlth With vast vastquantities vastquautiUes vastquantities
quantities of paints and explosive ma materials materials ¬
terials only onI a few feet from the flames flamesforty fi flamesforty I Iorty
forty firemen conquered a fire that thatpartly thatpay
partly destroyed the wall paper and andpaint andaint andfaint I
paint aint factory of Joseph Ryan at Fulton Fultonstreet Fultonstreet Hiltonstreet
street and New York avenue Brooklyn Brooklyntoday Brooklyntoday
today todayThree todayThree todayThroe
Three hundred girls and men who whoJ
had just gone to Work 111 a pipe factory fac
J tory next door fled in panic when the theflames
j flames broke out One fireman was wasI as j i iovercome
overcome by smoke and several had hadnarrow hadnarrow
1 narrow escapoa escae a The loss 15 bo0YiO ooo ooor
Wife of Affinity Earle Obtains Annulment of ofH aer Her er Mary Mar Marriage l1arriag
viagr riage a t to Artist rtistDefect = Defect in Divorce of First Wife WifeGiven ife ifeGiven
r Given as Grounds V J
NEW YORK Dee a a1idng a1idngtalned i Sartog ob obtained ohtamed ¬
tamed in Ute appanage ap etvfalea of Ute tfceStats UteStab theState
Stats supreme court int annulment abDeDt of ofher ofher ofher
her marriage te the artist Ferdinand FerdinandPInney lrerdlttandPinney 8adP1nJey
PInney BwJe XrtI Xr Jtriia Kuttaer KuttaerEarle KvtbterEarle KettiierEarle
Earle is new 1M w a free rreShe woman wemaaShe womanShe
She wag married te Venice Italy on onMarch ORuck onMarch
March uck 17 1MS Ii and the annulment t of ofthat othat ofthat
that contract was ordered yesterday yeeterdayGrounds 7 11tenlyGrounds yesterdayGrounds
Grounds te contest the t e vaiMlty ef her herWatch 1IerWatch herWatch
Watch Night ServicesServices Services
Services eamme comoieaaoraitve C lIlm of the thebig pass passlag penshg
lag of the eU year 7 and tee advent of eftbe oftae ofte
tae new will be held in the assembly aasemWyroom assemblyroom eutWT eutWTr
room ef the Young Y uBg Meets Coriacia Assedation As Association ABsoclatton ¬
sedation from M untR 12 edock dock te tenlght to toDI tonight
night nlghtThe DI nightThe t
The services svric S will include staeteg lec lectures Jeetures lectures ¬
tures and appreprhue aJltK talks br die ef efflcers eters 1 1fleets
ers ef tae aonactotten aeeec
marriage oere gifeea S1 oa to a Mrs rrsi Earlewltea Earlewhen Earle Earlevraen
when is i was kn found id that Kit a portion of oft oftit ofthe
t tit the e decree ef divorce dfftr which Marie MarieEisilie MarieZnsifie rarleEmIlie
Eisilie T wicker Aacer tcer first t wife of Earle Earleobtained EarlWned EarleObtained
obtained Wned in Paris in 3803 OS was not nOt copied copiedInto copIedInto copiedInto
Into the records until three months monthsafter monUisafter monthsafter
after be had married Julia Kuttnor ButtnerThe KuttnorThe KuttnerThe
The failure of the full record to ap appear ap appear appear ¬
pear suspended the divorce for the thethree thethree thethree
three months monthsStudents moRt1tSStudents monthsStudents
Students Bereaved BereavedITHACA BereavedITHACA
ITHACA N Y Dec lL8tudents L Students who whoraraaineol whoremained ho horemained
remained here ere over the L3Hdays l > l days ar arranged arnmged arranged ¬
ranged today for a B tribute of flowers to tobe to1M tobe
be placed upon the grave of Horace HoraceMack Romeorr HoraceMack
Mack for many years assistant treas treasurer treasor treasurer ¬
urer or of Cornell and a writer of poems poemsMr poemsMack poemsMr
Mr Mack died mi suddenly zmd Iy e yesterday while whilewalking wblJewaAlt1ng whilewalking
walking serene the university campus
Andrew and Imogene ImogeneBy
L VV By y Roe Fulkerson Fulkersoni F ulk rson
i SBB by the peters that the wqraen women of Now Jersey have organized a aCupids aCupids aCupids
1 Cupids Wing Clm which has for its object the promotion of a hill hillto biUto billto
to compel all Married 14 men to wear a thumb ring said saidImogens saidImogene saidImogene
Imogene ImogensThats ImogeneHThatS ImogeneThats >
Thats another slap I at the poor men who patronize Atlantic City Citysaid Citysaid Citysaid
said Andrew AndrewI
I cert certainly arent gc t 0 Mw1Iy see e why said Iraogene rIDOb n Yarned Married Women w jmen all wear wearwedding wearw wearweddng
wedding w ddlng rings nS aniI 11 see BO B reason why wbyUte themes mein en should s oaldb be ashamed to let letthe letthe letthe
the world know they are married What has Atlantic City to do with it itanyway it itaIlYWai itanyway
anyway anywayWell
Well if y yea had surer paid M d the bills on an Atlantic City trip you would wouldsee wouldsee wouldsee
see the applieados axpU tto t loa They are simply fixing a new way tc extort money moneyfrom moneyfrom moneyfrom
from the married inefi of 0 Washington W who go over there in the summer summerNext summerNext summerNext
Next move will be to pass a law issuing licenses to nonresidents the same sameas sameas sameas
as they do to kent h ntia ill isVirginia Virginia A man m from Washington will go to At Atlantic Atlantio Atlantic ¬
lantic City and the very ery first thing he will have to do will be to go to thelicense the thelicense thelicense
license clerk aDd pay r y 2iM 19 for a permit to go without a tliucib t1 b ring in At Atlantic Atlantic Atmantle ¬
lantic City for two weeks weeksThe weeksThe weeksThe
The police will go nosing 1K aro around nd Youngs Pier Old Vienna and thePickled the thePickled thePickled
Pickled Gherkin Pier and when they see a baldheaded man buying joy joys joywater joywater
s > water for a young blonde they will willJ wfilgo willgo
J go up and make him show his II IIS 1lcanse IIcease
S jfSr cense censeIts canset5 ceaseIts
Its an outrage and simply goes to toconfirm toconfirm toconfirm
confirm thecommon belief that a fat fatman fatman fatman
man a baseball umpire and a mar marrled marrIed marpc
pc Tied man have no friends friendsy friendsBut rlendsYBut
y But But Andrew she expostulated expostulatedyou
1 you certainly ce jtainy would not object to let letting letpeople
11 7 ting people pe ple know you are a married marriedI marriedman marriedman
I man You dont mean that when I Igo 1go Igo
go home next summer and you run runover runover runTwrt
over to Atlantic City you would re refuse re refuse reV rewear ¬
fuse to wear a thumb ring if it were werethe Werethe werethe
V the lawDont law lawDont lawr lawrDont
Dont misunderstand misun erstand my motives motivesdear motiesdear motivesdear
dear when I hell tell you that in my opinion it is awfully bad taste for a a1aI1 a1aI1to plan 2ranto planto
to wear wearjewetry jewelry It attracts so much attention attentionWell attentlonnel1 attentionWell
Well el1 anyway aI she persisted yU you would not take out a license to tohunt tohunt 0 0hunt
hunt without a thumb ring would you youWhy t tWhy iWhy
Why bless your soul honey no man married or r single has to hunt huntin huntin huntin
in that town They TAeyare are so gentle you can catch em with your hands handsThats handSH handSHThats hands handsThats
Thats mere quibbling she stuck to theidea You would not take takeout takeout takeout
out a permit to go without the thumb ring would you youNot youNot 1 1Not
Not as long as there are thumb stalls to be bought in drug stores storeshe storeshelaughe storeshelaughed
he helaughe helaugheNow helaughedNow laughed x xNow
Now Andrew she looked grave I am serious I want to know knowright knowright now nowright
right now whether you would wear that ring In Atlantic City next ne summer summerif sU1IlIIer sU1IlIIerif
if the law l w is passed passedHoney passedHoney passedHoney °
Honey child he assured her there Is only oneact On8ct inmy life which whichstamps whichstamps whichstamps
stamps me as a wise man That act was my marriage to you ou I have havenover havenover havenever
nover accomplished anything m my life ttt th that t I was as s proud of You have havemade havemade havemade
made these last thirteen tfjrteeJl yearns yea seem like a Mohammedans dream of ofparadise ofparadise ofparadise
paradise You have lent an infinite interest inte est to existence so that I look lookforward Jookforward lookforward
forward all day to coming l home pme to you at night nightAll nIghtnAlI nightAll
All of which has not the slightest bearing on the question I have havejust havejust havejust
just asked you She watfvery chilly and the usual sugarcoated verbosity verbositydidnt verbosItydidnt verbositydidnt
didnt seem to answer so backed into the corner he did the inevitable inevitableWhy evitable evitableWhy ev1tabIeWhy
Why child I would get one of those rings for my thumb thumbs as s big and andas andas andas
as as broad as a Hindu tcs te t 4 ring and wear It itas as proudly as a Ca Caviiesie egie hero herowears herowears herowears
wears his medal medalI
I felt that I could trust you she said contritely Andrew resumed resumedhis resumedhis resumedhis
his book and for half an hour the room was silent sav for the tick tick ticktick ticktick ticktick
tick of the clock when she looked up at him and asked askedAndrew askedAndrew askedAndrew
Andrew cant you got over that rather bad habit you have of carrying carryingyour carryingyour carryingyour
your hands in your pockets all the th time timeHe timeHe timeIfe
He Booked at his hands s which held the book and then at his hSTpozkets hSTpozketsand 1 pok o kets ketsd e ts tsand
and d the puzzled look In his face relaxed into merriment as his mind went wentback wentback wentback
back to the conversation of half an hour before but he said meekly meeklyIII
III try dear
California Governor Pro Proposes Proposesto Proposes ¬
poses posesto to Woodrow Wilson Wilsonize Wilsonize a aize
ize the Golden State StateCHOSEN StateCHOSEN StateCHOSEN
Will Make or Break Political PoliticalCareer PoliticalCareer PoliticalCareer
Career by Senatorial and andLegislative andLegislative andLegislative
Legislative Fight FightBy FightBy FightBy
By JUDSON C WELLIVER WELLIVERGovecnoroiect WELLIVERGovemorelect WELLiVERGovernorelect
Govecnoroiect Klram m Jobason J of ofCalifornia ofcautarn1a ofCalifornia
California is going to Woodrow Wii WIIsonhe Wilsonize Wiieonize
eonize the Golden State in the interest interestof lnteretor
of Judge r e JohnD John D Works candidacy for forUnited torUnited forUnited
United States Senator SenatorGovernor SenatorGavernor SenatorGovernor
Governor Johnson JoImZ5onto to be accurate h hwill hwUl ha hawill
will not be governor tm after Jils inausuratlon Inanguration in inauguration ¬
auguration early in January Jm1Ywaa was nominated nomi nominated nominated ¬
nated By the insurgent 1n8 Republicans R and andelected andelecled andelected
elected by the people of California on ona ona ona
a platform which pledged him to the thesmaanmg thesm thesmashing
smashing sm lnt of the ancient southern Pa Pacific Pacific Pacific ¬
cific machine macklDeTh machineThe machineThe
The Th Insurgents at the same time tried triedto triedto i ito
to secure a a awfn min of their own kind to tobe to8e tobe
be Senator and in the advisory primary pri primary pr prmary ¬
mary mary supported Judge Works Nobody Nobodyknows NobodyknoWs Nobodyknows
knows knoWs te this blessed minute wbethehe whetherhe whether whetherhe
he won or act That flat depends on how howyou howyou howyou
you look at it itJudge It ItJudge itJudge
Judge Works i was + s opposed by A A G GSpaldiag GSpaJdlng GSpalding
Spalding the former baseball pitcher pitcherand 1JUcbErand pitcherand
and millionaire dealer in sporting goods goodsSpaldlag goodsSpalding J JS
Spalding S > is a popular gentleman m msouthern > nsouthern n nsouthern
southern California and wanted to be bea bea bea
a Senator beca because se Its a nice thing for fora
a gentleman to be a Senator Awful Awfulgood Awfutgood Awfulgood
good form meads out < a career handsomely hand handsomely handom ¬
somely om l and all that sort of tfcag thagWhen tfcagWhen t sg sgWben
When he was oas announced a candidateInnobody canwldata canwldatanobody eaniddatno9ody
nobody took him very seriously seriouslySteals serious1TSteals seriouslySteals
Steals Second SecondBut SecondBitt SecondBut
But they did after he had been run running nJDnlnt running ¬
ning a little while His annonnceaaent annonnceaaentwas
was a a safe hit hit and he stole second secondearly aecondearly secondearl
early earl when Judge Works wasnt watch scatchtng watching =
ing 11 the play en bases as closely as be heoeght beoug beought
ought oug t to have been That started him himtoward himtoward himtoward
toward home aDd the Legislature will Trtllbe wtI1be willbe
be the umpire to decide whether wbet er he hemakes I fmakes Imakes
makes it itIn it itIn itIn
In the primary Spaliing got a plu pluthe plurality piurailty
rality et the vote bat WOks carried carriedthe carriedthe
the vote to a majority of the leclBla leclBlative lesialative legislative
tive districts You can figure it either eitntrway e1th eithertray r rway
way you like The Spalding people peoples o of ofcourse > t tcourse
course are certain that the e man with withthe w1Ihthe
the blKK biggest st popular popularthe vote is entitled to tothe
Si the election the Works folks sL a r I that ttatthe t2tthe thatthe
the one who be has the majority of lesla leslalaters les1elators egleInters
Inters instructed for M him Wins 13 13sides Both Bothsides Bothsides
sides are reading the roles with withgreatest the theI t1egre
greatest test care canning at withumpire the thewith umpire umpireand lre lreand
and gre charging each other with trying tryingsteal g to tow tst
I st steal the game gameNow
stw Now w it tuts turns out that Governor Governorele GovernorelectJohnson ect ectlb t tJobnson
WIJ WIJon Wtson
Johnson has the same notion that
son on baS developed eeIop in Sew Terser He H HInsists I
el elbias elect a ablue
Insists that when the people p1e
they don t want a red redSenator ed edsraaptlve
lb blue ae governor wantea ea red
Senator Thefaot The fast at thes t lect lectJohas
Johas n governor Is in his mind P pre presumptive re resneaptive
sraaptlve evidence evI Jeace that they t Y was wasJobEsen h n nand t a aJoh
he has hasi ha5sled
Johnson Joh n feted of Senator and
i sled ed W Works rks up as the only onlytype Johnson Johnsontype JohDSOntype
type of man miming runningJohnsons mnningJohnsonTs mimingJohnsons
Johnsons Big Stick StickVlwrefore StickWbareforc StickWherefore
Wherefore Governor doeor Jehnsea D Is whit whittling whttlIng ti t ttiiag ¬
tling ot a big stick which be Intends Intendsto
Governor GovernorJebasea GovernTob GovernnrJohnson
to use on the Legislature
Johnson Tob believes In moral ra1 suasion but buthe buthe buthe
he feels also that the proper use of a aclub adub aclub
club helps soma som So be is going to use nsesuskm USfsaasIoa useseasba
suskm where it seems desirable and andthe andthe andthe
the stick in other cases and he will wlttoverlook willoverlook I Ioverlook
overlook no opportunities owort nltles to use the thepow thepowEr thepower
pow powEr r ef his office to hdp make Worksthe Worksthe Works Worksthe
the Senator SenatorGovernor SenatorGoverDOl SenatorGovernor
Governor Johnson will have an Im Imraease Immen t tmere
mere men patronage power for he e goes goesefficei Into Intoofnc int intot
ofnc ot c commissioned cme4 to make a a clean cleansweep cleansweep cleansweep
sweep of things The official pattro pattroflue patronage patronageestablishment petrOngeor n
or the governor of California Californiaestablishment is a flue fu1eestabltshmeat
establishment In Itself and It is going goingI goiD goiDto
I to be used to the limit Mnrftprogressives HmltSIIJdtns limitSpalding
Spalding Is set down by the California Callorni1Mires Californiasee
progressives Mires Ivee see as a poi poiPersonal political acclder acclderPersonate acdderPersonal
Personal popularity loritv the baseball pun pnllwltfc punwit pullwith
with wit the folio followers oit o all sports and 1 fci3 fci3money il1Kney 3 3Qioney
money are credited by them with get getting getlns geting ¬
ting his votes It is ou oucharged charged g that tn tnold thO thOold
old Southern SouthernSpeldlnand Pacific d outfit has ged ed got t back backof backof
of ofSouthern of Speldtojr Speldlnand and is using hnmall him to top prevent preventWorks pTeVSnWorks
Works winning i nning In all the cJrcnin cJrcninstanc circums cun cunstands
stanc s stands s the new governor feels ee1sthat that f fis fIs eIs
is hit duty d to make himself aDd his o olice of office orfice ¬
fice feltReport felt feltReport feUReport
Report Is that there Is serious chance chanceof
of a deadlock and no election attr attrcoming at t ti1 ti1coming ticoining r
coming session Works and Spalding Spaldingare
are each credited with about forty votes votesin votesSn votesin
in the Legislature while w lle the winn winnwill winnwill n nwi11
will need sbrtyene 3f Meserve srve of Ixvs IxvsAngeles L Lngeles LesAngeles
Angeles who made a bad ran In the theprimaries theprimaries theprimaries
primaries nevertheless has a few votes votesand Ot voteeand < E Eand
and there are some som scattering ones tha thathavenot thaha thahave
havenot ha have not been en lined up yet yetMuch yetMuch yetMuch
Much Bitterness BitternessThe BitternessThe
The Senatorial contest Is being bald haldup baldup heldup
up as A lever ever to Influence legislation legislationand le legislationand lgtlon lgtlonand
and vice verse Johnson has a bIb bigrprogram bIbprogTtUn bigprogram
program of o progressive measures measuresthat messurfSthat measuresthat
that he wants passed and If he wins winsearly wtnsearly winsearly
early in the Senatorial fight it wilt wiltgive winslve willrive
give him such a prestige that toold tbe tbeold
old organization fears It will be Im Impossible Imposlble impossible ¬
possible to stop stop the rest of his pro proThe program proThe
gram f I IThe
The Works and Spaldlng Spald S ding ng people are aregetting aregetting T Tgetting
getting very verybitter ery bitter against 1 i each eachother eachother eachother
other and this has added ded to the thoprobability theprObftbl11tYh theprobability
probability prObftbl11tYh that no Senator at all allwill allwIll allwill
will be chosen c osen Indeed many Cali California CalIfornia California ¬
fornia people ople think that Works Works s b1d b1dSp a id idSpalding ldSpalding
Spalding Sp will both be eliminated e1lml ted and andthat andthat andthat
that any choice at this session will willhe willbe wiUbe
be an outsider outsiderRudolph outsIderRudolph outsiderRudolph
Rudolph Spreckels financier of the theantigraft theantigraft theantigraft
antigraft fight in Frisco ins as sna snaport su suport suport
port ibut but has Insisted that ha doji dojinot dOJ dOJnot do donot
not want to be dragged into a per personal personal personal ¬
sonal candidacy for office When he hews hewas bewas
was in Washington recently he In Insisted InI insisted ¬
sisted that batuuder under no condition would w 1ld 1ldbe
I be be a candidate can datc for Senator or arv arvI RrYelective arvother J
I other elective office He has otter otterambitions otkerJ otkerambitions otherambitions
ambitions in connection with public publicaffairs publ1aralrs publfraffairs
affairs looking to the manageat management managementof nt nti n nof
i of a national reform movement but buttion btthe butthey
they the do not even squint In the direc direction direction
tion of a Senatorial seat seatGovernor se seatGovernor t tGovernor
Governor Johnson has determined determinedto r rto
to make or break his political career careerby careerby careerby
by his stand on the Senatorsbip and andhis andhis andhis
his legislative program this winter winterHe winterHo winterHe
He Is a squarejawed immobile citi citizen citizen cltizen ¬
zen whose friends say will nev never neverknow r rknow rknow
know when he is licked and they theyare therare thfvare
are counting on him to make the thomost theIIWSt themost
most of r his opportunities to push 4Works 4 4Works tWorks
WorksSemiAnnual WorksSemiAnnual Works WorksSemiAnriual
SemiAnnual Election ElectionOf
Of Officers Is Held HeldThe
The Th semiannual election of officers of ofthe otUte ofthe
the Capital Counclt No 35 So Junior Order Orderef Ordeaf
ef American Mechanic = Ja was held last lastnight lastnl lastnight
night nl t and tbe following were elected electedCouncilor electedCoune electedCouncilor
Councilor Coune or C W Walker vice coun councilor councilor coundIor ¬
cilor William R Bdmonston recording recordingsecretary recordingsecretary recordingsecretary
secretary P J RudaslH financial sec secretary secretaTY secretary ¬
retary L F Ii F Stokes treasurer A T TMartow TYarlow TMarlow
Martow conductor F E Potter warden war warden warden ¬
den William WeUy inside sentinel sent1 u t C CWright CL CL
L Wright outside sentinel Frank Frankautchtnson Frankliutc
autchtnson liutc and tr Stee George SchIu SchIuer
er The officers will be installed on onJanuary onf onfJaI1WU7 oaJanuary Y
1 January 6 6

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