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Amieries should e.quire any
interest- tat debt?
settlIng dtla.Wp. w a1d
t thase pho aMa vP. It
pay in time the s~esbns
woul enble the Gove et t
aboensk several eneroP5t.s It
would do not only any tO of thes
things, bpt any oa of a e Se others
that shouM be don. but Ur left un
done for lack of funds In Waabing
What tUff nd .Tepeae to say
e should be. mbarygesed 44 pm
aged by rnaelving an aandal pay
ment of four or five hundred mIl
lions that are da- us. wenm every
other nation 00e1t0 .00 the ltmaeewt
it canlay hepsoL
We seek to ie up a merchant
,sarine at enormous cost in order to
increase our revenues halt a billion
from ocean feisghts- and thus equal
the maritime achievements of a126
ifnd. Does anybody fear the f
billion a year from the merchant ms
rine would utbalatos of destroy our
national ns? Of 'oonyse Oet.
Then why should $460, 000 ayear
from England. Fraeos a tqly- d
'vastate our economic life? The dues
tion ans.Ve itself.
Why Is it undesirable that America
should require ,an pyaeta at al
principal or fatfe the
debt? Now rest ,s -.
given except that the debtele prefer
not to pay their debts, that the debt
is burdensome and that Europe would
have more affection for us if re made
her a gift of the $11,000,000,000. plus
the $1,000,00,000 interest -already
overdue. Why cannot mlch reasons
for protests pass muster?
Chicago Orain Market.
cHOO, Dsp.s 2.-Whsent today
opened ; to %d 2MserA co un
changed to o lower and to
4c higher. Provisions Were ull.
Wheat -- May. 1.17% I.1; July,
1.06%.
or-.-.omber. 4$'.40%,-Nsy.
Cotton Opens Firm.
- NEW YOR, Deo. 27,-A firm tone
was displayed at the of the
Cott 'mathet today. ad
,aa s18 to 6 points on amulated
7buing per tbe holiday. Offerna
wore scattered. Jagiansee, Liverpool
and continental Interests bought. 4bout
eight notices were in ocrculation
early.
&AER'S BABY HAS HAPPY
CHRISTMAS IN PRISON
'AUBURN. N. Y., Dec. 67.-Christ
mas meant more to the woman prison
gre In the State prison here
than It bad in, 1l -the yea's .of its
e-pteaee 'because they had in their
midst a little child.
Every woan in. the prmin, from
the matron to ".the most hardene
Od th t, daughter of
Pearl .Beaver Odell .of Rochester. who
Is derving a life sentence for complicity
with her. husband. James .Odel1, in the
murder of Edward J. Kneip in
Rochester.
The baby was.born after Mrs. Odell
'began 'her long sentence. Before an
other - Christmas it will be removed,
since the law does not permit childrep
more than two .ears old to live in.
prisons.
FIREMEN RESCUE S SEALS
IN N. Y. THEATER BLAZE
NEW .YOPSK, Dec. '27-y de
stroyed the north end of a trlago
tw ~lrybuild~ng at south Nlx op
a'e'rie. Broedway and One Hundred
and Sixty-fifth street Sublay, Injur
Ing half a down persons and causing
damage estinated at e160,000.
Firemen kept the flam'es fromo the
Audubon Theater, a mnotion picture
and vandeville - ouse, at the south
end of the buildini, Uat resoued three
tralsed meals wk ch were voyaging
m P ~ t bak.te in ther
hoarse, showed no other Ill effec
from their eiorperung.
McCORMICK OIVES REPORT
tON HAT TO PRESIDENT
Senator Medill Mcormiect of JIll.
nols, chairman of the Con wresbinat
committee recently returned from
Haiti and San Domingo where they
investigated .conditions under Amer
lcan rule, today gave his views on the
situation to President Harding.
The Senator told the President he
would givo him a memorandum cover
ing all phases of the Investigation to
-guide the President in the adminlutrft
tion of ,the Island pending publication
of the committee's full report.
AUSTRIA PREPARES FOR
INVASION BY TERRORISTrS
VIlCNNA, Dec. 27.-The holiday
spirit was dampened yesterday by the
Austrian militry authorlties, who
alleged that they had Itercepted
secret orders, signed in Budpet, by
M. Banffy. the- Hungarian minister of
foreign affairs.
The terrorietj bads West Thin
gary were meld to bE& to pro-d
pare for the recaptur, of teHn
garlan territory evacuated' prior .to
the plebiscIte.
U. S.-co~LOMBIA TitEATY,
WaLL BE 0. K.'D SOON
The .xteeute of ratifications of
the t,-t betweee the United States
and Ci4i Is exoted to take
place fT~~ ew days, It 'was learn
ed t 4Deprttgeht. t.da'
The depagtment -waeofiia ad.
vised Wd4b"tthc le.*e
by the' adige eiutofvepag
- iaq
dens. 1's. $10
959 JC,. LJ~b,. 1D5960; 10
a. i..~e ...
au ss, 5 t.004 3
aand
ooe~~a; 10%f O t o
"1 and les. 0 to 0 Pe'
Asn. Te. - ... T& stud
Am .Tel..' 4 ... N 9
Tler 1, e1 r .... 107 1i7 Jd d, ": 1
Aaeoot 4 Petsae 6'.. 76 $
Aa. 41w. -kar. 5's.... 7 w6
Gas et s.. is ..
D" stug. 3. It $'s.. 04% ....
Wosni . .s. 7f ..
Peo. E.G . . t's... dt' ..
I-osh. Ry. . -.i.. 0 .
Pet. Elo. .IGM 'a. $1 4.
pot. Ep.Ei.rf s.14 0
Wash. A. et. 4's. 6 ...
ot.. 6's 1 T' 75
Riggs Ai.fty 's . .. ...
O 7%'.. 104 - ...
Wash. Ry. ! Eleo. 4's.. 66 66%4
Wash. RF: a El .M 's0
Riss aRat 5..p...... 0. ...
R ResitP I's (short) 7 ...
al.Market I's, 1017 0 ...
Wash. Market 6's, 1947. 17
W. M. Coid Star. 5's ... 33 ...
PUBLIC - UTILITY.
*Amer. Tel Tela...... 113% ...
-Cptal Tr.cto0.. .
Wash. .Ees..,ee. 45- .
Wash. .& mIeo.. wd.* g --
*American Waf. -. 18q
* iptal Nato as .... 1 200
* bla Nat. Hanks.. Ill-a..
*Comnmer al ?fat. Bank 13
*Dlstrigt Nat.. Hank.... 166 ...
Far. ! Meh. Nat. Bank. 30 ...
*Federal Nat Bank..... 170 1n
*Llberty Nat. mipk..... 12
*rLnoln liat. paL... 162. ..
Nat. Metro. Dank...... 21 ..
Risse Nat. Hank........ 4g0 ...
Second Nat. Bank...... 14 165
Washigto .......... 180 ...
TRUST OMPANT.
Amer. see. ! Trst.... 2 .
Continental Trust....... I1s 10'
Nat. -Baving 4 Trust.... *76 ..
Union 'ls Trust...... 117% ...
Wash. Loan * Trust.. S"6. 271
SAVINGS BANEL
*Commeros & Savins.. 15
*Uast Wash. Bay. Hank. 14% ...
Merchants 'ak:....... 147 ...
Bee. Say. & Cas. Hank.. 207 20
Seventh St. Sa. Dank.. 160 ...
*tjnon S9ylgsga.......114 .,
*U. S. BRS i Hank... 21 .
Washington . 2 ...
FPIB -SUVRANCB.
Amer. Fir. Insgu e.. 2 ...
Arlington Fire Ins...... . ...
Coreeran Fire Ins......115
ClIremen's Fire Iaur... 17% ...
Nat. Union Fire ins.... 7% ...,
TITLm; INSUAN4U.
*Columbia Title In&s.... 4% ...
*Real Estot Title-sur. 00 ...
r~aa aarmners- '
Col. Graphoghose aa.., 3 3%
Col. Graphs., ,pfd. ..... 11% 12%
D..C. Paper Mtg. a... 7 ..
Merch. Tran. &, tateg .... 1$
'M t n 'al - Linotype 11S 128%
Old - teh carmtou.. 3 6
0d. teh 'WW pO.. 1 s
Lanston Monotype . ... 71% 74
Security Storage ...... 214 ...
Washingtoti Market.... 26 ..
.<r.a. W, V. 3. Risa. . e..
Price. at neon Did. Asked.
A.-Atn.'Oil Co. new .... 1T% 18%4
Borne- -m~ Co. .. 520 344
Chase. Mfg. Co. ........ 180 160
Con. Oil 6. ........... 3 3
Crecent P.L.Co. .......T 29
Cumnberfand P. L. ......10 130
Eureka.P.L. ........... 75 31
.Bg. OilCo et ... 40- 42
0.-Big. Oil Co. pfd. ... .. . 10 106
Illinois Pipe Line Co.. 155 160
Indiana Pipe Line C... 81 32
National Transit Co.13% 29%
N. Y. Transportation... 145 150
Northarn Pipe Line Co. 90 34
Ohio -00C....,....... 65 3 73
Prairie Oil & Gas Co... 560 570
Prairie Pipe Line Co... 225 225
Belar' lenni'ng Co.. ... 385 355
Southern PIpe .lne Co. 76 75
.South Penn Oil Co... 10 200
Seuthw'ern Pbnn. P. L. S9 54
Standard Oil Co. (Val.).. 52% 94%
Shlndard 01l Co. (Ind.).. 38 38%
Standard Oil Co. (Kans.) 560 575
Standard Oil Co. (Ky).. 435 445
Standard Oil Co. (Nab.). 165 175
Standard Oil Co. (N. Y.). 566 370
Standard Oil Co. (Ohio). 230 40
Uwan4&Fih Co...... 30 40
Union Tank Line- Co.... 34 93
Vacuum Oil- 0o.......00 316
Wasblagtoe. Oil Co. 33 8
Pen.).-Me. Fuel....... 17 10
Wheat Opens Hl ter.
CHICAGO, Dec. 27--With ofhrlng.
limited, wheat t4dyopaeped % to %
eents- higlise tq. 3May said % to %
nenta better for July. -Commission
houswatdN beet bu)dre * the ~out
set
darn stafta4 . g to % uett loye.
Aftera the *qblg abotewer, the mr
ket Sallied ohbyg eor gy
the istal e.s a.
if j .5.tr
'o
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chsi ANii., - k* .. am 5 '
Osa w MOWens. 473( 4 41% 41
CaU5 ". e5.... 5 6331
COSt. aW. r.. W 9 9
Ce.a L l........ 1206 15
CGr. 4. es.s.. 1 35 1
cumiler Mes. 4716 4 47 4736
Q . a Pw..... 3 a6 0W 3
0M. R N. W..... 66 1 61% 0
Cu ch N.Ww"t... 1936 356 :% 0
C.,M. * at.w 2aa 1s 36 a46 24a
C.. MaMLaa .-s. 10 96 31 a1M
0.s 0.. AP.... 41% U 3
0. 3. ..1 1..36 616 6 5
cwhas esse.g... 906 , 9 16
cs oaea... 4 410 ua
Ce i% 0..4% 149 14 1%
Ce.. ON s 12 5 9816
d- .... 66% t% .36 D6
Creepy emod... 4ew -a seg a
Oi r e 1% 3 33 S8
cn. T... Our.. '#6 143 a416 141
cora Proiinb... 113 6 1736 SM
C0 Pre. p... Am 13% 13061 38
Oss u crp.... U 616 7 6 N
Dd.ra ..e ... 3W5 1 61
Dd. 1.81 . a ... 3103 1 sO 391
m~ol 10 PC..... 1 63 16 136 14
DaUM .h..... lox 16% 3006 10
DeL. Rae. * W.. 716 )7 77!( 173%
ar..:....... 3x63311( 15% 20
01 aist *t.... 15 1836 116 a
usa aw...... f3 1a 017 1 1
GmWmILee t eM. TM 736 731 73K
ftehe ne8.T... 312 36 1% 1546
Gem. a~pNat.... 7M 76 ON 14M
Gen.M.dehof.. Trs . " 316 71N
Guftrir k.V... 16 181 1a a
e. Nerth. l1... 1% 1 15% 14
G'atamS. "u. 06 90, 5M
Gut .Stb a ... 43% 46 436
Iaken al mrk.. 93 1 6 IS
iN.-neutaLM.... 3% 51% 1
usnten. O..... ?'9 186 9 758
$fl. CnSaI..... 13 6 1 1 2M
taaj. ef'.... 316 5K 86 36
lter. Ases. se.. S33 3116 611 sa
?UWe.e~OUS..... 1% 13 136
1ata Marvester.. 1% 73 99
1asseratUcsO.. 41% 40W 41% 40
In. No. .Truck... 27% 34 76
laviadelp 5O... 15( 1436
Isiand . a 7... 736 g s 216
.ien12....... 336 #36 aSM 87
Kagad Galt.. 13% 1)6 7% 73
Zany-as. Tai.. 48 4g4 4116 454
M.rese 5. ..... ne 17 03 t
Ee---- ...... 21 MS 173% M,3
Lehigh Vinlesw... 51% 43- 573 573
Left. Inei...... 136 J6 036 I
Laorinar# ........11 1613 3136m
Lous.haNash...U LOSg US
)(ashypL.... 87 87 87
Man,U.Gtar.... .5 25 *6 53
Mnrbat Uht.. 32%31K 8S16
Mare sea..... 64 54 64 639
Mart. Perry -C... 1936 19% 19% 1036
Map. Petre..... 1143 11$ 1131 1143
Mamoi Om. Cap. 316 316 1736 165
lMysvle steas.... 17 6 17 17
Mid. tae on.. 181 4 06l1 1816
M.L* AT....... 1% 136 1) 114
Mo. Pain.... 1736 17% 17%6 17%6
M. Pae. ses.... 46 45646 saM
Rontana Pow. pr 96( 906 90)4
Mint. Ward...... 1A6 336 136 f43
Nat. A mie... 0 10 10 201613
Na. a t0.. 8656 as a
Nat. Lead... 0 368% E0
Nov. Ce. Cep.. 153 is 153 15
N. Y. Abrte.k... 840 6 6%3
W. T..N. a N. 106 Isis 11% s 1
N.TYCea.-l... 73,% 1516 7106 71
North Aartem.. 44 406 44
Northern lao.... 1036 106 706 T61
Nevsa elta ltt.. 1 M536 33 63
Oh.P.af.COe.. 33416- 3J( 8X
Ott lsi..to.... 10 3 '10
one st......s 30 47s
Pasnan. P$ |hi.. 64)6 .l 656 43
8a..sp. elsese.. MU G~ U
fahaan. P.. J 40 Sg 1W 1
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4 , We 1P1
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'.'.. 11 M 7 '%
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IM6 a*; 4, pr 134J3434 t61s,,73
Wpips.a...a... 3 $;M 75,T3M " 72%
anq g3 ~., 40 3 4s
in ..., !8%4 % 34
POP ababi3. 634 blM 61 51
Rev 'aNiste .T. 61" 34 Wk2 31
St "I.: . .. 88 3 31
.400646 Cower.. 24 WIN% A2
6rM .. 9 0 8sM b
em W . ....,28 22K 4% 43h
5sstheV av.-... 16m 16% 134 18%
bd'ihdraai.pt. 4434 4434 4434 44
Seeth. 1tOe0s.r.. 79M 74 79 79
40p. O N. J... 399 12 182 1613
66. QB.51. J. s. 1434 1334 11334 114
'!. 8m aeti . 94 9. 94 tn
staessesr ....; 79% 714 764 76.
6 Itter Os..... b34 6,4 b34 63
teaa. er.... 1034 W 10 g10U
wsg. P. C. * aa. 71h 27M k .73e
714p Gul$0 .. 4134 4034 4134 41
" a e... 28 2%4 .6% '63"
....... 494 46 4634 45.4
'bs Awe."..... 14% 14% 14% 1434
bsm g... 63X 634 6314 64f
Trsmees. 4B.. h133 1134 11,4 113
U1.e Pss... 3531634 12594 145
Unissi 1est.... 10 93> Is
Unite" redI... 12% 129 122
U. 7W.- Im9..... 614 IN $34 6%
U. /. JSotn St.. 5W% E234 : 23 53
U. IL Amw... 543 64 t4 6534
U. 1. 111. 9 99% 99% 934 90
U La&l. Al.e.. 9934 39 3934 39
u. N. a..... 39 3s 36
U. s, Ite ....... 6814 9 34 13%
U. g..kot pt... 31434 11434 11434
Utab C0s.e.... 65 6834 6%434 E%
V&a4er 6.t... 69 66 69 e06
Vasedbim IM.. 8134 134 31%
Vifedes ........ 64 04 634
Wahash 9. A.. W 9034 2034 Z3N
White Oil drp.. 10)4 10% 30M
wegs Vargo.... 634 6834 6634
W . U....... 9% ex am
West Padsi.... 1614 1634 1634 1634
W-Teme--.. s 6.034 8034 8034
White Maters... 3114 3734 37M 373
w.ys Overland. 634 64 634
walisOer. af.. 96 W 9
WT ss I ...... O3 *3 2334
Weth. Pup... 4434 44M 4434
Wright Aro.... 634 634 834 8%
ohne. Mist. L.
Moey on call...... 6 6 4%
stock sales up to
11a.. 1 mesa. 1 P. a. r P, a.
........ 265. 000 ........ ..,.....
Bond !ales up to
11a.. 118m s pa.. sap.
.........23,000......... ......
Liverpool Market Closed.
LIVERPOOL, Dec. 27.-Spot cotton
was cloed ttday because of the Christ
mag holiday.
INGERSOLL WATCH CO.
IN HANDS OF RECEIVER
NEW YOM, Dec. 27.-An Involun.
tary petition In bankruptcy against
Robert H. Ingersoll & Brothers,
watch manufacturers, was filed In
the United States District Court to
day by the National City Bank. the
Chase National Bank, and Hathaway
Smith Folds & Company.
The creditors claim the company's
labilities are in excess of 3.000,000
and its assets. exclusive of good will,
in excess of 12,000,000.
The company has manufacturing
plants in Trenton, N. J., Waterbury,
Conn., and Chicago.
Edward H. Childs has been ap
pointed receiver.
CATCHES THREE BULLETS,
BUT FOURTH GETS HIM
NEW YORK, Dec. 17.-Michael J.
Higgins, a private detective, twenty
six years old, whose home is in Au
burn, N. Y., caught three bullets fired
at him by an unknown Greek today at
Grand Central Station. He muffed the
fourth bullet, which pierced his lungs
and may prove fatal.
According to Higgins, he went to the
station to protect a friend whom he
knows only as Joe from an unknown
man who had repeatedly attacked him.
Higgins said he did not know the as
eallant's name,
Higgins said he waited with Joe until
the Greek arrived and began abusing
the former as usual, Hie thereupon
gave the Greek a thrashing and was
being congratulated on his prowess
when the Greek returned with a re
volver. Higgins cloe with him and
was shot twice In one hand and once
in the other s he fought for posses
ion of the revolver. After the third
shot the Greek broke away and, taking
deljberate aim, shot Higgins through
the chest. H. ran, pursued by a mob,
but escaped.
PREACHER HAS SMALLPOX;
CONGREGATON VACCINATED
HARRISBURG, Dec. 27.-The Rev.
C. H. Heigee, who has been con
fined to his home for ten days, sup
edly suffering from chickenpox,
smallpoz, a State healga official
learned.
Members of the Rev. Heighee' con
gregation visited him several times
on church business. Daily they at
tended meetings in the church. When
the smallpox diagnosis of the disease
was made public the three physicians
in New Cumberland did a land office
business in vaccinations. Orders
were issued to'the Valley. Railways
Company to have all Its car, on
the New Cumberland branch disin
footed.
QUARANTiNED GIRL FLEES
COLLEGE AND GOES HOME
SPARTANSDURG, S. C., Dec. 27.
Delrn in a note that she had
rather be dead than a "prisoner" on
Christmas, Miss allen Martin, stu
dent at Converse College and a scar
let fever patient In the Isolation
wardi at the fashionable school, broke
quarantine.
With the aid of at least- one other
momnshe left for her home ini
~I.leston, S. C., several hundred
The~ a dpartanberg efty health offi
ear at ones teleiraphed the health
department it hrMten at Miss
Mrartin's aetlam.
aa aprar, ia
That is the 1ax .
niementes eventaser
out the worldth
Tmouths
A yedr ago
sent was fhr fro
But what is .the
For the fOrst timo inth 15
manind the r
ledng wasergfeedh
gathered and uetnuned
tae express purpose- at
and means calculsugd to
war. Obetoolee which e
b enfelt, a ef
Whether the -e i h
open to eortaln hk ksas ~
the understanding eahed=
the four strongest powkAs am
Is an e nrt on a grand mie
ing ot pee on earth s
bilassoag ten.
Turning your eyes oversees, whet
do we see thee?
Germanys es
ently have ito
inflicting crushing burdens -ort
defeated people and areuw
etly seeking to lighten 'thoe
so as to give them
stay demoralios oto restosre Ger
many's wellbeing.
Admittedly,. this b
spired by more or m
,tves; yet the truth remnainsK
there is In it something of the
mas spirit which wad totally .
when .the representatives et .fle
world powers sat in seshn at Prs.
In long-vexed Irnland, tee, the
spirit of good will promises to pe
dominate over the spirit Of 3i Wl
It Is almost incoaoelwable thetr
will be again plunged into MmeId
The hope is justified that the. Irw
Free State will be peacefully esab.
tished and a new era opeoed for .what'
for centuries has been a "distrensful
country."
Something of this samne spirit et
good will has been man festia itoet
latterly in the relationship btetween
our own country and our nelgbber'to
the south. Since all paree in an.
thority apparently are anxious to re
store harmonious diplomatic reatles..
between the two countries, and loes
the citisens of bot natea' unqugs
tionably favor a w the
probability is that harmoney vi be
formally and officially established be
fore the new year is very old.
Even Russia is losing ipsca of ther
belligerent attitude and is nkimet=
overtures for the restoration f *erv
and peace and cogdnateun and 'o
operation. The Uoviets'. betred ?
everything savoring of cpit ad
industry is dying out, giving was t
toleration, it not geod wg1 - --.
From an extremely t
source has come this year good
toward business. Justly or W.ste
the majority of American buinesp
men harbor the feeling that the 1as
Administration was not thoroughly
sympathy with tha. whereas the ai
titude of the present Admin atien
is viewed most kindly.
This development is acoountd by
responsible business and fitnamnal
men as of infinite lmprtaan and
value.
Wben the war boom burst, It was
generally feared that the country
would run into a prolonged series of
terrific battles between laber and
capital, between employes and - sp
ployers. Instead, the painful process
of rea4Justment has been effected
thus far with compare vi
strife, and grave labor ari e
not apprehended, e p
one or two directions in the counstry.
(The principal exception is the
industry; the possible exception
transportation).
A year ago consumers were an
"strike," as it was called. Tbsy are
no longer on strike.
In this and other direotions te
spirit of Christnas has during the
year now ending made such *ratfr.
Ing progress that men of affairs fae
the New Year with fal and opti
mism.
(Copyright. 1931, by 3. C. lorbes.)
Foreign Bonds.
(Purskeed by W. 3. 3i~be a ce .
Bcrlin 4's................. g
Greater Berlin 4's ............1g
Bremen 4%'s --------........
Coblens 4's ............
Cologne 4'................. ...
D~resden 4's .... .....
Dresden 4%'s.--.............. 3
Duos dort 4's..........4....7
Frankf'rt 4's.............. g
Frankfurt 6's.--.............10
Hamburg 3's ................ g
Hamburg 3%'s..............
Hamburg 4's................
Hamburg 4%'s.............
Leipzig 4%'s............... g
Leipzig 6's..........g
Muninh 4's..........
German -60v. a's............
German Gov. 3%'s...-...
German Gov. 4's... ,,......i....7
German Gov. 6's............
Krupp 4's........'...
Badische Anil. 4%'s........... 10
Allegm. Eleck. Gee. 4%'s...... 0
French 4's ................ 1
French S's ...............,..,g
Premium S's ................ 7%
British Victory 4's ........... 343 '
National War Loan 6's ....... 440
War Loan l's........u...'.. 391
Italian 5's.............,...... 87
Italian Notes, 1935 ...,... 4g
Blelgian Ree. 6's.........,... 6
Premium S's ...........,,..... 7
CANARY ISLANDS OPPOSE
U. 8. DUTY ON TDMATOES
-MADRID. Dec. 37.-The Agricut-1
tural Chamber of Gran Canaria, one
of the Cana Islands, has petitIoned
the ISpanish 'oel Miniter to o~
negotiantions wit the United,
Government for revision of tihe dutp'
lmposed on tomatoes, which are. ea 1
to America in large Quantities fm
ihe Canaries.
The petition says -Americas
chandlee enters the Canaie ut
free and argues that the inteet f
the producers In the Canarige
greatly owing to Inequality Oftr.
ment. .
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