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VOL XX NO 140 PADUCAH KY TUESDAY EVENING DECEMBER 18 1906 10 CENTS PER WEEK
ROUSTER MURDERS
STEAMBOAT MATE
t
Edward Lannon of Joe Fow
k lor Victim of Bullet
a It In llelleviil Kliootlni Wits IhIllw
r nlcly riunneil llcforu the Boat
Left
y
BALL EXTEIW HIS AllDOMEX
I
ther
Ktcnmrr Jilt Fowler who wan
shot lust night nt New Liberty
III Ity ClinrlPM Itarlinel n niiixl
about tiled nt noon today nt tho
Itlveii > ldn hospital III Hindu n
dying statement Incriminating
Itaclmcl I innon and his broth
er llvtil In Iadurnli for Mime
time They were lath river men
mid well known ills father and
j mother will arrive this after
noon from Xashvllle
f
Edward lnnnon second mate on
the Bteamor Joo Fowler plying be
tween Iaducah nnd J3ranvlll waN
fatuity shot In the back nt
New Liberty III by CJiariesiIUidiocl
j a negro roustabout yesterday after
noon Tho negro escaped and Lnn
non was taken to Smltfatand for melt
cal attention Later he wua brought
to Ilwhicah on the Fowler after tho
doctors pronounced tho wound fatal
Tho Joe Fowler loft PaduculD yes
terday t She got In late from Evnns
vtillo last night En route down Ian
r non and tho nero tied weds ending
11 Jocttngt
4 t 1iihu from the cabin No more was
thought of the incident
At New Uberty lll across the
river from Bmllbland a calf was tIC
I qcured q for transportation and It re
quired cevoral pointers Rachael
among them to put the calf on IAn
non miperlntendetl the Job and while
descending the bank to reach tile
boat Will shot
RAchael was behind < him and with
out a word drew a revolver and fired
three shota one taking effort in the
J back going through tho abdomen
Lannon fell and focMel l ran for ttw
t
woods lAIn non was placed on the
boat and tnken to mlthhind where
Attorney John K Hendrick nnd oth
I cri thinking he would die secured
his ding statement
Amy Captain Howard desiring to iwcure
I J the best medical attention turned
I his boat back and brought lAIn non to
Paducah whore he was transferred
to Riverside hospital
Ixinnoii was froSashvllloand ron
1 on tho Henry Hartey until a ro
w Oks ago Ho has a father end
brother In Niwhvllle
Rochacl ts a negro wH known on
the river between Paducalv and Ev
onsvlllo He had been on tho Fov
ler only a few trips however Oat
cem arc after him
On examination at Riverside hospi
1ilal Ixinnon was found to have been
allot through the left aide tlio bullet
lodging near tho surface on the other
side of thq abdomen An operation
by Dr Frank Boyd assisted by Ins
J T Rcddck W J Bans and U U I
ey Smith dlsolosod the fact that > the bul
l lot in Its count had terribly mutilat
ed nome of the tntcsrtlnos I It iwas
meet nary to remove the Injured part
Ou account ot this and the fiHing or
trio Ktomach with blood he could not
re ovor
recoverDr L D Adams of Sialtliland
accompanied Che wounded mm from
that town to the hospital where ho
turned the case over to the local eur
4mate
matet Murder Wits I Planned
Thou the murder or Edward Inn
r non awond malo on tho steamer Joe
Fowler deliberately was planned mind
executed 15 1 indicated today by n re
1mark Jean Amos on employe of
Fowler Crumbaugh company over
hoard yesterday afternoon Just be
fore thnt steamer left for Evansvlllo
WhlN passing two of tho cabin
boys on the whnrfboat Amos over
heard one of them say They re go
ing to kijd somebody at Smtthlind
s f4 Ho thought It was bay die talk of
+ 4the 4 cabin boys and paiu no attention
to tho remark until tho murder last
night recalled It and Its significance
wad realized If the intention on the
g part of Crmrlc Raehael was sum
ctently matured to be the talk of the
Icleutly boys It Is evident that the
c tfhooUng was aa < coldblooded as any
In tho history of tho river That the
shooting did not take plow lit Smith
land probably was due to no favor
able opportunity presenting Itself
When the steamer reached New Lib
arty It was Intensely dark and the
t rr movements on the wharf there pre
7 vented nf cowardly opportunity which
Itac aol Improved
1 i Will Test Phoenix Claim
1t i t Vienna Dec 1SIn all San
1 Francisco claims against tho Aus
trian Phoenix Insurance company
a growing out of tho earthquake and
flre of which the company repudiat
+ se ed 12000000 a test suit will bo
beVS
+ companys refusal to settle
t
1
INCA 111MENT ELECTS
Officers Will Be Installed at Mating
January 7
The election of officers of the
Union Encampment l No 70 I O 0
F1 lost night ut the Fraternity build
Ing resulted as follows
Chief patriarch A 11 Davis Pen t
lot wardenJames Householder
high prlestJ M Oockrell crlbo
C G Kelley treusureir J C Mar
tin Junior wardenS A HllL
Peter J Beckenbaolv was nomin
atod a member of the encampment
board of directors of the Fraternity
building
The installation wilt be January 7
REASSIGN
TEACIIKHS OX ACCOUNT OF IlL
XESS OF MISS MURRAY
Xew IKMiiii In McKlnley IlulldltiK Will
Io Reudy for Use oil
January 1
The school board committee on ex
aminations hais assigned the teachers
for the best results until Miss Mary
Owen Murray returns to work the
second term I
Miss Murray who teaches matho
matlcls ill Miss Margaret Acker was
transferred yesterday from tho fifth
and sixth erodes Washington school
fill Miss Murrayi place I Miss Jessie
F Robbins of the second grade
Franklin school was given Miss
Ackers room and Miss Boaslo Karnea
took Miss Robblu room
New School Room
Januarj 1 wilt see the now room
being fitted out to care for tho over
flow at McKlntey school in aicchan
icaburg completed and the anxiety of
school officials will bo n4 nn end
plasterers are at work on the last coat
of plaster and after it is I applied the
school official will have only to put
In tho seats
seatsTHIEVES
THIEVES
iirr ix THEIR WORK DURIXG
HOLIDAY SEASON
lauerM Saloon at DIM Washington
Street and May Averltts
House Robbed
Tho police report a steady Increase
In larceny In Paducah as tho boll
lays draw near and residents leave
their homes unprotected to do holt
day shopping
Sunday morning A V Bauers
grocery and saloon 900 Washington
street was burglarized The proprie
tor had closed his store at 12 oclock
and had gone home Ho left a great
deal of monay In tho cash register
and about 00 In cash In tho cash
drawer which was securely locked
The thieves broke glass In tho rear
door and cptcrod They secured 40
In change from the cash drawer Tho
cash register was locked and shows
evIdences of having been tampered
with
Woman Loses CS
May Avcritt whose house Is at
Eighth and Harris streets reports
that Saturday night she was robhiJ I
of J7C some clothes and a gold
watch by Bessie Hudson alias Ida
Johnson an Inmate of her house
The woman It Is alleged took the
key to tho vorltt womans trunk
vhlld the latter was away opened
the trunk and secured the money
watch and clothes even taking tho
trunk key with her on leaving Tho
police hold a warrant for tho Hud
son woman arrest but have been
unable to find her
POPULAU COUPLE
Go to Cairo Today and Arc
Married There
Mr Oscar Lelbls tho grover of
Fourth and Clark streets son of Mr
Chris Lelblo went to Cairo this
morning with Miss Clara floger
where they will marry The couplo
was accompanied by Mrs Albory C
Meyers and Mrs Edgar Evtts Tho
wedding will take place this after
noon nnd the four will return to
night The bride and groom arc woU
known and popular residents of the
south side The bride Is a niece ot
Mrs William Aday
S p
There is only ono kind of n
newspaper circulation statement
flint Is worth any consideration
and that Is the dally detailed
statement Tim Sun Is the only
I Paducah paper printing such a
statement
I
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0
NOT BUYING HERE
FROM PRINCETON
Too Far To Ship Tobacco In
Loose State
Interesting Situation for Indepcnd
cut irower Imperial Sends
to llojikliisville
EFFECT OX EUKOlEAX TltAUI
Inquiry among tho local Indepen
dent tobacco warehouses falls to sub
stantlato the rumor that they are
buying tobacco around Princeton
and 1 uttnwaTjtd withdrawal ot
snmo of tho Independent buyers
from those towns and the refusal
of manyof the farmers to enter the
Dark Tobacco association has re
sulted In unlncfcjtlng situation
What they will do to market their
tobacco gave rise to the rumor that
Independent buyers from Paducah
were stepping In and absorbing the
surplus
The Imperial Tobacco company Is
surmounting the difficulty by ship
ping tho tobacco loose In cars by
rail from Princeton to their rchand
ling warchousp at Hopklnsvllle
There they prize It for shipment
abroad It Is probable that such ac
tion will bo tho solution of
all the marketing problems of
the Independent farmers But Padu
cah buyers have never bought to
bacco In the Princeton market and
It would be too costly to ship It here
loose It Is said that Clarksvllle buy
ers are malting purchases In Prince i
ton and Kuttawn
Tho Dark Tobacco association has I
obtained a foothold In Lyon county I
with tho organization there yester
day of a county association WOo J
Stone was elected chairman The re
port Bays about onehalf tho tobacco
In tho county was pledged
TIiiKuropeaii Trade
Mr W B Kennedy the tobacco
broker hag returned from an exten
sive European trip In the Interest of
his tobacco business and Incidentally
In tho interest of this section of the
tobacco country Mr Kennedy vial t
ed Ireland England France Switzer
land Germany Holland and Belgium
He said he found tho tobacco busi
ness generally In a flourishing con
dition but that tho Princeton inci
dent disturbed foreign jrtans greatly
they having a feeling of disgust
more than anything else over the oc
currency If such occurrences nro to
be always Imminent the foreign
trade will be too uncertain to expand
as it would under normal conditions
Mr Kennedy today Is busy visiting
the local tobacco men and informing
thorn of the foreign situation as he I
saw It His trip Is expected to give
thla city valuable information along
that line
lineILOGEiIS
IIOGEUS GUARDED
Standard 011 Magnates Life Threat
ened lIT Loser
New York Dec 18 Because of
threats on his life by a stockholder
who sustained severe losses In tho
St Paul stock Henry IL Rogers di
rector general of tho Standard Oil
company today Is guarded closely by
detectives Tho entrance to his office
Is watched by sleuths No one Is per
mitted to sec the millionaire who Is
not known to tho doorman Detec
tives watched the Rogers house all
night Rogers received a letter Sun
day which threatened his life
OAXVL ACROSS CAPE COp
August Bclmont and n Company Take
Up Work
New York Doe l8Mter a ds
cutjslon of more than SlX year the
construction ot ta canal across Capo I
Cod has been taken up by August
Delmont and a company and will be
pushed ns rapidly ns possible With
in three years an eight mile channel
deep enough to accommodate any
coasting ship wvil 1 be opened across
the cape from Buzzards Bay to Sand
wich Tho canal will cost ten mil
lions
CHARITY CLUB
Moving Into New Quarters on South
Third Street
Mr Jap Toner secretary for the
Charity club did not wait until Mon
day to take charge of his new office
at 135 South Third street but moved
In today He secured a desk at tho
city hall and other necessary furnl
taro Including a stove He was re
loved of several cases this week and
sent three persons to tho hospital
Killed Unfaithful Wife
Minneapolis Dec 1SBenT Suss
man 19 years old was found gulty
today of murder In the second degree
for killing his girl wife who had I
boon unfaithful to him
IX THIS HIXTIOX
Louisville Dec 18 C C
McClionl of the Kentucky rail
nnul commission ivcelvcd n tele
gram today from Interstate Com
inerco COIlIlIl18 inner llnrliui
liNk In him to tonic l to Chicago
Thursday niidIirlnt witnesses as
Irf the coal tJiortngc In western
Kentucky McClioid says the
coal situation In western Ken
turk Is desperate and something
must lc l done to relieve It
THAW TIUAh IS SET
New York Dec IHHllrry
Thaw will bo tried for the mur
der of Sanford White January
31 1 next Justice Xuwburgcr has
dot the time for the trial today
after counsel for Thaw and Dis
trict Attorney Jerome reached
an agreement tfhnw la delighted
with the news ot an early trial
XKW I KKLI010US KILL
Paris Dee IRny edcLslon to
day of the council of ministers anew
new it IlKlouK Mill which It IH I
hoped will furnish n basis for
compromise of the religious dis
putes will be presented to the
rlunulKT of deputies
BLAKES RECORD
AS PRESS AGENT
Leads All Recruiting OHiccrs
In District
to
Be Has Enlisted Full Ooinpiiny of
Infnntry at 1fwliicah Since
Last April
I
THIS IS THE BEST STATION
1
IOno I full company of Infantry on
a i > oaco footing has been enlIalpd by
Sergeant Blake at he local recruit
Ing office since his jbrrival In tho city
Aprlt 12 Sixty rripu form n com
pany and they dll not Include th4 en
listments for tho hospital and signal
corps A recruiting office might en
list a thousand men for these two
brancho of the wsrylce but no credit
is given In the report ofenllstmenta
The average for the Paducah sub
station has been about nine men a
month Including all enlistments
As a press agent the report of the
war department shows that Sergeant
Blake leads all the officers In the cir
cult Including Paducah Evansvllle
Vlncennes Mt Vernon and Owens
boro Every time a mention of the
local recruiting office Is made In the
dally papers lie must send a copy to
the war department where they are
copied for record In November this
office received nine such notices In
tho papers out of twenty for the five
cities This Is half the total number
Tine larger number of those notices
wore copied from The Sun
In November Paducah enlisted
nearly half of the total enlistment
for tho five cities Paducah enlisted
nine out of a totnl of twenty Evans
villo enlisted seven nnd Owensfooro
and VIncennes enlisted 4 together
Mt Vernon had no enlistments With
tho exception of cities of the size of
New York Chicago Boston and St
Louis the EvansVillo district of
which Paducah Is a part leads all
the districts In the United States for
enlistments considering that this
district has only four substations
Lieut W L Reed accepted three
men yesterday for the army enlisted
by Sergeant Blake
Adjourns Thursday
Washington Doc ISBoth
houses of congress will adjourn on
Thursday next for the Christmas hoi
days unless tho senate should change
the program adopted by the house
SEND A MITE
TO
THE SUN
For the
Christmas < Tree
For the Poor
If wo Rot a dime for each sub
fcriber to THE SUN wo shall
have a total sUIl1400Use
this coupon and send something
now
The Evenintr Sun
Paducah Ky
I inclose a contribution for
the Christmas tree for the benefit
of the poor children of Paducah
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SUNDAY SCHOOLS
WILL HAVE TREES
Happy Christinas Celebration
This Year
I Every Church In Iaducnh Will En
tcrtalu Children and tho Poor
Are Itcincnibered
SOME PLANS ARE ANNOUNCED
For thoso persons who are wont
to discuss the decadence of Christ
mas observance and to grow remin
Iscent over the good old times In
their childhood It will be Intere t
Ing to know that no less than eleven
Sunday schools will have Christmas
trees this year In fact there seems
to be a more thoroughly aroused In
terest In Christmas this year than II
several years
Several of the churches which will
not have Christmas trees will have
entertainments of another nature
Such programs will consist of musi
cal features with recitations and
other numbers given principally by
children In one or two schools the
children will bring offerings for the <
poor Instead of receiving presents
themselves All of the entertaInments
I which will Include a tree will bo <
prefaced by a brief program In all
cases given by the children of the
school
In addition to the usual dlstrlbu
tlon of necessaries to the poor tho
Union Rescue Mission will entertain
tho poor children of the city with a
tree There will be some kind of pres
tnt for every child who attends
At the First Presbyterian church
the entertainment will Include a
beautifully decorated tree It will be
given In the Sunday school room
Christmas night The tree will bo Il
luminated with electricity and a gen
erous gift of candy and fruit will be
received by each child The children
of Hebron and Mtzpah missions will
bo present
presentNo
No Christmas entertainment will
be given at the Broadway Methodist
church by the Sunday schooC bnt
tho primary department will have a
program Wednesday afternoon of
Christmas week Thc Kentucky Ave
nue Presbyterian church will have an
entertainment Christmas night but
no tree i
There will oe a manger at Grace
Episcopal church Irlo which each
child will place a gift for the poor
Afterward they will be entertained In
the parish bpuse On Christmas evo
the Sundayschool of the First Bap
tist church will have a tree and a
light program Of numbers given by
members of tho school All the en
I tertainments will be semiInformal
The First Christian church Sun
day school will have a tree Christmas
eve and the Tenth Sreet Christian
church also will have one but the
evening has not been selected Both
the German Lutheran and tho Ger
man Evangelical churches will have
Christmas trees and both on Christ
mas evening A play will be present
ed by children at the German Evan
gelical church
The Guthrle Avenue Methodist
church will have an elaborate tree
and every child attending will re
celvo a present The tree at the
Trimble Street Methodist church will
be given Christmas night as will
the one at tho Mcchanlcsbtirg Meth
odist church
A play will be given by the chil
dren of tho Third Street Methodist
church Dec 26 night
The trees will be ablaze with can
dIes and sparkling with tinsel They
will bo out of sight until the proper
moment when the curtain will be
drawn or the doors opened revealing
the brilliant spectacle There Is a
subdued expectancy In all the schools
from tho approaching events
wRliUlSJh11L
KUXAWAY WHKOKS MAIL BOX
lcde trims Rather Up letters and
New BOY In Installed
A delivery wagon belonging to the
Jones Bros butchers wrecked a
United States man box at Third
street and Broadway this morning
Tho horse ran away and in running
the wagon was Jorked from side to
side A corner of It struc k the mail
box burst It Into fragments and scat
tored letters all over tho sidewalk
Pedestrians collected the letters and
hold them until an attache of the pact i
office department came with a now
box The new box was In p ace with
In 20 minutes after the accident
The horse was stopped a short dist
ance away with no damage to tin
wagon
Klluue pilu Active
I Honolula Dec ISAdrlcc b y
wireless from Hawlo says the voflcaro
of KlPaucs 1 1 Is once more active Three
cones have thrown up lava to a heigh
of 150 feet At night the light fror
the volcano can bo seen for miles
FELL OX FLOOR
And Fractured I Two nibs But Did
Not Know It
Joe Mattlson tho popular sexton
of Oak Grove cemetery for threo
days suffered great pain from two
broken ribs and did not discover that
they were fractured until compelled
by the pain to call In a physician
lIe was feeding his horse Saturday
morning and tripped Ho fell to the
staple floor on his left side Bin
side pained him greatly but ho sup
posed It to be merely bruised Yes
terday Dr WC Eubanks found two
of his ribs were fractured
1 I
BURNED HAND
HUT SAVINS HIMSELF FIIOM BK
1X0 FATALLY IXJUltED
Little Jesse Burner Displays mire
IHsvnvc of Blind Falls In
v c I Open Unite
With great presence of mind rarely
evinced by older persons Jesse Bar
ger tho fouryearold con of J W
Darger of 1804 Guthrlo avenue
saved himself from probable fatal
burns last evening by thrusting out
his hands Into the fire and saving
his body from being precipitated Into
an open grate
Mr and Mrs Barger were in the
kitchen and the boy In tho sitting
room at the time lie was plajJng
near tho grate and stumbled falling
directly Into the fire Ho thrust out
his right hand and caught the force
of the fall his flesh being severely
burned by tho hot bed of coals
When the parents ran to his as
sistance on hearing his screams It
was some time before tho little follow
could tcM what had happened Tho
burns wero dressed by railroad phy
sicians WESLEY H SLACK
RETIRED BAXKER FORMERLY
OF PADUCAII DIES
Was Postmaster Under Johnson and
Member of Council and School
Board
Wesley H Slack 80 years oldfor
merly vicepresident of the City Na
tional bank in this city and prom
font In local politics and public af
fairs died today at tho home of his
daughter Mrs Annie B Lippincott
Mt Holly N J General debility was
the cause ot his death Ho had been
living with his daughter several
years Mr Slack was a native ot Now
Jersey but came here In 1852 and
started a flouring mill Ho was Inter
ested In a number of enterprises and
was postmaster of Paducah under
President Johnson lie was member
of the city council and of the school
board nt various times
Ho married Miss Anna Langstaff
sister of the late Messrs Sam and
George Langstaff Mr Slack Is sur
vived by his daughter and ono son
John < Blako Slack tho latter ot At
lantic City
CityJAIS
JAPS LATEST SCHEME
San Francisco Dec 18
United States Consul Jones at
Dalny who arrived yesterday
says the Japanese are carrying
out a plan If It hucceeds will
close Asia as a market for Amer
Icon wheat nod cotton The Jnp
ancno are colonizing Manchuria
on an extensive scale with tho
Idea of raising sufficient wheat
to supply Aslu In Korea Jones
stales they arercarryiiiR on clab
orate experiments In cotton rule
Ing
GOT HER CLOTHES
Frances McClaln the Girl Hobo Ar
I rayed In Womans Garments
Frances McClaln tho girl hobo ar
rested Sunday attired In masculine
garments Is dressed in her own finery
In the city Jail today Chief of Po
IIco Collins got her two i ackage of
clothing out of too express office The
girl Is anxious lobe on her way south
HOP mother lives In Hucson Ariz
Tho girl claims to have traveled with
a circus and says she is a press feed
er and book binder by trade
10
WEATHER Fair tonight
and Wednesday colder tonight
warmer Wednesday The high
yeyl temperature readied yester
day wall UO and the lowest today
waif 27
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METCAIFS REPORT
METOALFISREPORTON
ON JAP TROUBLES
Submitted By President To
Congress Today
t
Secretary Says Only 03 Japs Attend
Public Schools and Nearly
AU 1Jllorsal
I
OX BOYCOTTS AND ASSAULTS
Washington Dec 18 President
Roosevelt submitted to congress a
message In accordance with an cm
ctal request accompanied with tho
report of Secretary Metcalf concern
Ing the Japanese t oublo1 In San s
Francisco Tho message and report
In part are as follows
To tho Senate and House of neprc >
sentatlves s
1 Incloao herewith for your informs
atlon the final report made to mod
personally by Secretary Metcalf on
tho situation affecting the Japanesn
In San Francisco The report dcnl
With three matters of controversy
first the exclusion of tho Jnpanewo
tMldren from the San Francisco
schools second the boycotting of
II Japanese restaurants and third acts
of violence committed against tho
Japanese
As to the first matter I call your
especial attention to tho very small
number of Japanese children who at
tend school to tho testimony as to 1
the brightness cleanliness and good
behavior of these Japanese children
in the schools and to the fact that
owing to their being scattered thru
out tho city the requirements for
them all to go to one special school
Is Impossible of fulfilment and means i
that they can not have school facili
ties 11 me point out further lint
there would be no objection whatever
to excluding from thto schoota any
Japanese on the score of age It da 1
obviously not desirable that young
men should go to school with chil
dren The only point Is the exclu
sion of the children themselves Tho
number of Japanese children attend
ing the public schools 4n San Fran
cisco was very email The govern i
ment has already directed that siltI
be brought to test tho constitutional
ill of the act In question but my
very earnest hope Is that such cult
will not be necessary and that as a
matter of comity the citizens of San
Francisco will refuse < o deprive these
young Japanese children of education
and will permit them to go to the
schools ji
The question as to the violence
against tho Japanese Is most admir
ably put by Secretary Metcalf and I
have nothing to add to his statement
I am entirely confident that as Sec
rotary Metcalf says the overwhelm
ing rontlment of the state of Colt
fornta Is for law and order and for
the protection of the Japanese In their
persons and property Both the
chief of police and the beting mayor
of San Francisco assured Secretary
Motcalf that everything possible
would be done to protect tho Japan
ese In the city I authorized and di
rected Secretary Metcast to state that
If there was failure to protect per
sons and property loon the entire
power of tho fedorali government
within the limits of tho Constitution
woutd be used promptly und vigorous
ly I to enforce the observance of our
treaty the supreme law of tho land
which treaty guaranteed to Japaneso
residents everywhere In tho Union
full and perfect protection for their
persona and property and to thJs cud
everything In my power would be
done and al the forces of the United
States both civil and military which
I could lawfully employ would be
employed I sal especial attention to t
the concluding sentence of Secretary
Motcalfs report of November 20
1906A
THEODORE nOOSBVflLT
The White House Dec 18 19 < > 6 y i
It
APpemliru
v
t
November 2G 1006
Tho President
d have the honor to submit the fol I
lowing In my previous report I said noth
ing aa to the causes leading Up tottie t
action of the school board In pawing a
tho resolution of October tl > iaBdiluj
effect of such action upon Japanip to <
children residents of the city < S 11
Francisco desiring to attend the pith
He schools of that city A report on
this matter win now be made jbwrev =
fore and after describing the local
public sentiment concerning there
cent disturbances with regard rlo the a
Japanese an account jwlH bolglyeri
first of the boycott mMmtalnwTby the
Cooke and Waiter r Unionof Sun Fran
cisco against Japanese restaurants
doing business in that city and sec
ond of the several oases of assault or
Or14nJwrr
Injury inflicted uppn the persons or
property of Japanese residents z
L It seems thatiio jdreral years the
board of education otS111 Krauekcp
has been considering the advhabIlJtT
of establishing separate schools for
Chinese Japanese and Korean chll y
l 4
I Continued on Paje Two 4
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