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   Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - December 13, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia                               NTA CONSTITUTION. ATLANTA, GA., SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 13, PAGES. PRICE FIVE CENTS BlTLER AND HOAE A DELIVERS A LURID SPEECH, TI 3o Iavol% es Tn o of His m A Wordy War, and Senator Butler the Lie on Senator Hoar. December 12 J -cebill debate m the senate this morn- j- rf rather land or Dolph of Oregon, the same who, rhen a Bichmond a month ago, submitted to j then printed in THE COTSTITU- IGS i which he announced against the force U instated emphatically that he would it spoke passionately for the bill. He ed, tore his beard and spat out gory njs f denunciation upon the people of the juail 3e charged the suppression of the fffpi oto, brutal outrages upon the race, and bat all the people of the south con- B TWi outrages committed upon, the negro4 THK LIE GIVEN Tat Is total Ij untrue and without foun- u on 'replied Senator Butler, coolly >1 Dolph quickly turned to Granny Hoar v -jrompted for a reply He received his Turning with expressions of- m every feature the Oreeonian blurted at vointbiff his finger at the South Caro- au r ira informed that von acknowledged that Toa uj i your negro emoloyes at yonr home w f >ey voted the republican ticket you i achaurge them, every one of them A 3 Senator Butler arose, straightened ind, facing the Oregoman, said, nJKjj out deliberately, and in tones of flrm- WM as osaning lour informant, whoever he might be, rhet a? A senator upon this floor or any other is guilty of a willful and deliberate HQAK ACKNOWT.BDGES IT 1J aiy memory is said Senator Hctf, bis squeaky voice, "I read such a feittneati from the senator from South this morning. It was I who made Jc -amari: said the brainy and nervy Carolin-. Mt "aiy remarks apply to you i has the Massachusetts granny mumbled, wi le was not to be frightened by such itmwks and took his seat Here the fight for the time being, but just xfon adjournment Senator Hoar secured 1 or to reply to the remarks of bcnat r Butler He read from an du of an investigating committee m i r- Carolina in 1876, in which Senator Zuler nada a statement to the effect that ho wa J i allow his farm hands, if he could w? 3 vote for certain candidates, who WP i Ta to be thieves and scoundrels Jena r jtler replied that he had never made nee It was not submitted to him WT t 3, and was incorrect He repeated is i senator made the charge it was not he could not charge the sena- assachusettawith falsehood 1 LOVE 1 EAST rOLLOWS -a was a sort of love feast Hoar Mri a high opinion he had always en- amir i. Senator Butler and of all south nd how he regretted the little tilt r tor Butler talked in like manner 1 e custom with the senate, the uciit amicably. ite silver Senators 11 Tfestfern senatora are growing and more impatient each day for finan These men care not a snap of the finger for fores bill, bat they would vote for it purely u i. narty measure Yet, for tha past few i 3 suspicion has been growing npon these mere that the force bill is being used by to Hstera republican senators to keep down silver legislation They believe 3wr mdlus gang are holding this bill up to anything that can have a semblance -o ETF- oinage Consequently, the western o J growing -w arm in their collar :n ly of them stated freely today that they submit more than four dajs longer 'Vv hould be tlie last day for the force xtrast be either passed or shoved LITTLE MAN AJ-TNOYED ant Harrison is deeply annoyed over L on, He wants the force bill passed a not want to be forced to veto a to 136 bill In other words, he 13 surely congress is go ng to do just the his recommendations in his recent k To save himself he sent for a num senators and members to- 11 begged them to uphold The eastern men were TV th pfn it the westerners are not at all disposed -vrd the little fellow's wishes THLLEB 18 BEADY Teller, of Colorado, said today he torce bill should be displaced at "lie interest of but he would o Jive his opponents a little more rope id, however move to lay the bill aside j next week and felt confident the would do it The democrats, ho ould to a man vote with the silver of the west her western republican senator said "liver men are becoming very nervous 106 whistle while Rome is burning, we nd a hand to put out the fire his is the way some fifteen or twenfrv feel T'icyire impatient and U be heard i 011 soon uestion cl aim nq the rules remains very U-rr0 proport ons xhc repub- fc n as stuck hixda-id fast It is pownole PJ 3u and set under way by time the T" Monday but it is not at pt Ihe westerners don t want it aey are quietly working agairst it THS HOUR OF i 1 little thing like this, Lowever, r tho democrats the tilt this CJ Dolph and Hoar, on the one Cutler on the other. Senators Blod w Jersey, and Waltham, of Misa 8- against the bill Mr Waltham i a'6 yel heard an orator, ana although a ranta already amons the great the sena'e. His speech was a fcn. of the iniquitous bill 'qoitt to 1-ave spoken todav Jver, postponed it until Monday T ouimitteo today rpoortcd the re- h fc II. Suj liiembers ot b ot at l'rese Tuls Iwo, another member r l Georgia congressnjen like it South Carohna, will offer nrr ag Ior something like L' gerous to the interests of the country than a one A large one is not so subject to corruption or There are, how- ever, few members who agree with Colonel Tillman _ E B PETITIONS FRoi NEW Asainat the Tasti go of the Elections Bill. Dolph'b Resolution. December 12 McPher- s m presented numerous remonetr mces from the state of New Jersey agalnat tae passage ot the electious bill Houbc bills for public buildings at Reidsvllle, S C, were reported back favonxblj without amendment and placed on the calendar Tbo Plumb resolution for dally meetings at 10 0 clock and for evening was taken tip Mr Ho ir moved to amend the resolution by stnfcms out tlie clanae for evening sessions and makioK it tike effect a ter tomorrow, so as to leave tno resolution provide only for an earlier duK ineetmt, Ihe amendment was igretd to deb to wa3 tUea agreed to without SEVA.TOR DOLPH a INQUIttY. Tho resolution offtretl by Mr Dolph instructing the committee on privileges and elections to inquire and report whether the right to ote at any election for presidential olectoro, members of confr-ess, or state legislature or offi- cers, is denied to an> male citizens of any state, or la abndeeJ except for participation mtba rebellion or other crime was taken up. and Mr. Dolph stated tUe reasons which had induced Uim to offer it The discussion drifted into the question of the treatment of Chinamen oil the Paciilc coas 1 urtner allusion to nilman s mangural messaRO hroucntout tho deelantion from Mr Butler that he was perfectly willing to standby that hage, and tfaut it was conclubive proof to Ins mind that there were no people on tills continpnt who were half so anxious to settle tho race diffi- culties as wera tae pcoplo of the smith Mr Dolph said tint ho was informed by a sen ator on Ins side of the chamber that the senator himself hart threatened colored men in his em ploymcnt that he -would discharge them if they should vote the republican ticket Mr Whoever made that statement is guilty o a willful and deliberate   life since formed, does not pprinitmeto reply to the senator from South Carolina in such language as he thought proper to utter Whether I should be guilty of ite and willful falsehood about matter con- in n pablic document will be settled in the estimation of those who know me I will read lor the information of the senate, from the docu meuc to ivhich I referred Mr Hoar proceeded U read from the minority report matte to of representatives in 18 id, sif-aed by Mr Lawrence of Ohio Banks of 11 s achnaetts and I apham of in r Butler is represented to have testified BB follows j uu say to these colored men that they 0 il 1 n E remain on vmir land unless they voted the democratio i i i ut know t.ii..t I eaid that I said this I went d wn a d them tickets and said to tl em that they had tho right to vote the rt.pul llcan ticket if they pleased, tbat they wero freemen as tree as I was but if thej exercised thit nalit and imposed taxes upon me that would 1 "troy rm property and projects, I should, throw myaelf back on the same rights tn t i I au we laws of the country and would see that they left nw plantation Did. tiiej. ill vote the ilem icratlc ticket? No s r Six or seven S them voted tho demo crv ic ticket some of them dirl not vote at a .ind 1 do not 1 now now the others voted bub I in tend to miorm roybUf With the view to turning them, off if they vo ed the rep ihlican the rtpul hcon tlcl et if they had an hone-it ticket but ior voting lor tlicsv, tnieves and bbcrs It that Mr Hoar paid, did not justify tho fatattmeotthat the senator from South Carolina had threatened to disch ireje tlie men Ironi his employment for voting the republican tick t then lie had done the senator an injustice, 1 e that it ilid 3Ir Butler said thit ue iiad denounced as a false Lt.iCtMni.iit that ho hatt threatened to discharge co ored men on hie plantation U they voted the lepublican ticket. He had no retrart on to make i the en it r from had said that L" gave ml ruiation to the senator from Oregon "r DolpIO not e Ins own knonl tdpe 1 1 ir m u public dnrninent and as unncs th t ho rcci procated that sentiment the subjtrt voa permitted to drop to the Sdtib faction ot the senators conceruod and of senators on both bides cliamber Mr Tones ot Ar cansas took the floor on tbe election bill and the senate adjourned. PURSUING THE LOTTERIES. THE ARREST OP WORK Orders of the Postmaster Cfeneral Ee- spectinsr Certain Uleaz'can Mail Matter VSIIINCTON Doco nbei 12 postmas ter issued the following ordei today 1 ist n istcr will hore ifter intercept, the t ans ni on in tbe m_ils and dec mo to deliver at their re ptctho c circuitry in envc lout s tirongli into the Tj mted States I roni Mexico prej aid ut tha i tho 5 cent, rate and v ill, whenever such matter is di overed in transit or in an oihce of del ho tl the same and report tlif t tn tho postmaster general for instructions as to the disposal of it. lh s order is especiallv intended to apply to ciici tars of Mexican, lottenes, which have heretofore been recened m sealed envelopes, the corners of v.h ch been clipped, and the posrigo of has been Mexican stamps of the denomination of 1 To Astibt the Senators "WASHI3K.TON, December 12 tae presi dene B ers tiii> inorinng was a committee of citizens from Florida, headed by John K Mizell collector of customs at who explained that they were Jt ishmgtt n to assist in securing tlio passage of tbe election bill .Recounting the Ballots. CONCORD, H December 12 recount of tho votes in bomerbHorth senatorial dis tnct was macle and resulted as fo lows Prohibition 7b Parshley, re- nnbliciu Feller democrat 2109 In- cluded m i'ar-Oi ley t> vote is a ballot ca-it m Somersworth with an imperfect designation of the officer voted for Tne democrat con tend that thia TO e should not have been counted, and that Felker iselected, having the requisite majority ____ An Olilo Town in Aanes. BELI-AIBE, O December 12 cooper shop In Benwood, just opposite the park, caught fire this moruing: Tlie Sames spread to sis dwelling horses comnletely destroyed evervthms in tbctr Th.j town was at the niTry of Mic flo nutil 1 companies Tom this city mrt WUrel ns u.rntvd T; c lo. J wi' >crj the iliti 1 ut. "M He a Defaulter.) COLUMBUS, O December 12 Tiffin, O special Bepreseutative Brant, who died Sunday nlebt was a bankrupt and defaulter He was treasurer of emce township, and the shortage will amount to nearly 000 J.ND BIS ACCOMPLICES JClf BANK THE QUARTETTE IN MOYAMEHSING. Tlie Grand Jury Makes Out After an Examination of and tlio Arrests Follow, PHILADELPHIA, December 12 George T Work, who was the mastermind of the Work- MaoFarlane-Pfeiffer-DunganJsyudicato, which, it 13 alleged, wrecked the Bank of America and the American Life Insurance Company, wt-3 arrested Thursday night on a warrant sworn out by District Attorney Allen, and at a hearing today, in default of SCO, 000 bail, was committed to MoyamensinpT prison Toe dhtnct attorney also swore out warrants for the arrest of State Senator John J MacFarlanc, Louis E. Pfeiffer aud James S Dungan, but "Work was the only one of the number that the const ible could find THE CHAUGKB AGAINST WORK Tlie warrant on which Work was arrested charges him -with rehypothecating stocks and with conspiracy to cheat and defraud depositors and others interested In the Bank of America The warrant aiso charges him with similar offeiisea in connection with the Americj.ii L fe Insurance- Companj Senator MacFirlano was president of tlio American Life Insurance Company and vice president of tlio Bank of American Louis E FfeiiTervas president of the bank ind vice president of the inaurauca company, and Dungan uas cashiei of the bank Work held the position of assistant or advisor to senator MicFarlane Tho peculiar and disastrous financial methods oC the quartette reached a climax last spring, and when they conld no longer be concealed tlie bank susj 01 ded and the in- surance couippiiy ifjsigned a fow davs later Hundreds people lost their all by the ruin of the two institutions and when the full truth of the manner by u Inch tho crisb wis brought about was learned the greatest indit? nation was expressed ag the ofiicei-s of tho comDanies and benator MacFarlane disap- peared and never returned HOW THE DISCOVERIES T.VFKP MADE Pfeiffer und Dungan wero arrested, charged with receiving alter they know tlia bank was insolvent and an indictment on that charge is still pending against them Since that time an oxpeit accountant has been at work examining the booUs and it was upon discoveries trade by him thit the district at- torney issued the warrants for the arrest of the quartette of bank ureckers AND 15 13 PARTNER. The Chicago Banker Sis Ctsnlor In- mctcd by the Grand Jury CHICAGO December grind jurv this afternoon returned four indictments ngainst Banker Prettvman whose bank went to the wall a short time ago. and against hia cashier O S Johnson on charges of embey zlement, and capiases for their arrest wore at once issued for the rest The base of the in- dictments is the receipt of money from de- positors after the insolvency of the haufc was apparent Both were arrested aud came near spending the niffht in jail It was not till this evening tnat bondsmen could be secured, and had to be induced to return to court after houry to sign tho release papers Pretty man, his wile ana cashier at ci ce took a. carriage anu dro've to a fashionable restaurant, here they dined Throughout the day the corridors adjoining the grand jury rooms were haunted by angry creditors In the county court other sufferers watched the investigation there re- garding ProUyman'a affairs According to the admissions H H Bishop sileut partner of the banker, the col lapse was made more complete by Bishop, who believed Prettj m- 1 was arranging a freeze-out Bishop before- the crash, quietly checke i out some thoubaada of dollars, tho raouej to hia brother, who earned it to Canada The assets of Prettyman t> bank, lumber company and private estate were scheduled by the assignee today as amounting to _ CHOPPED HIS HEAD. Murder of a United States Depnty Marshal in Missouri KANSVB CITY, Mo, December 12 Espe- cial from Holla, Mo, savs Deputy Lnited States Marshal K M Koper has been mur dered in county Missouri Last Thurs- day Roper left It oil a for a point forty miles south ot this place to arrest illicit distillers Ho was to be gone two days a boy rode into Holla and announced that Kopei a dead body had been found in a lumber camp with the head cut off The head was cloaelv from, the body, as though done with a broad ax The ground around the p'ace where the body was found gave evidences of a tierce struggle, going to show that Eopar had defended hiin (self to the last That portion of the state Uas become noted as the uome of Bald ICnobbera and the rosort of desperadoes Deputy Lnited States JMirshal Tiacjy, of this citv, confirms the news 01 Roper's murder He said it had not been made public on account of his desire to make a still hunt for the mur- derers A nrm named Lane, a moonshiner, has been arrested A posse is in search of the murderers WHIPPING or And a dy ResuKlngj Therefrom Tbe Escape of LOUISVILLE Ky December 12 "W H Curl, who whipped bv personal enemies near Brandenburg, last week, is still hardly able to he about The men were about to hang him but, upon his plea for the sake of his children, contented themselves with beat- ing him until he was bleeding, from heavv weits from his shoulders to his knees When Constable with a warrant, called on Thomas Burgess to answer the charge of beating Curl, Burgess answered byi   tojj on Ibt a fjain of over 000 tons as compared with lost year Quotations ara lower, >J8 fpr nor hern and 2o lor sout i 1, with rails lifuledri md in decidedly IG--S demand ror bar iron aud platea StockB ot uus >ld Iron at the furnaceBare increasing Wonlon man utacturo is doing bettor than six mo itbs Cotton uianutacture is less -iatibf and same works are suspending production 1 aiiures tor the week are 2-r, against 2CO for the corresponding last year APPOINTED To Tahe Charco of tlie Charleston, Cincin- nati and CUlcago Itoad. C December 1. tho United States c reuit court to laj Judges Uond and Bryan gianted an injunction re all suits agiunbt tho Charleston, Cmclnn i i and Chicago railwav and appointing Samuel Juord of this city, temj orary receiver with notice thit a motion for the appointment ot a permanent re ceiver would be here on the first Tuesday in February The complaint is ut the m stance of tha I manco Conip my, of Philadelphia, Barker Bros Co of Penn >Uam again t tho Charleston Cincinnati and Chicago railway and the Missic users aud suutlitiu Construction Couip nv the Boston faaio Deposit Company McDoniia Shea Co f T micHHoe Dickinson of New Aorlt aid Koi efick, of The older recites that it appears that eerta nc< ntnctorb coin nienced i loccedlngs in the Ignited States court of Tennessee f r tho purp IBB of selliiv a portion of the roadbed in the htuta of fount.'see anti tt by disraemboring tho road and gr ttly impairing its value as scruntv to ltd UoniUu dew It ij, therelore ordered that the Churleatou Cincin nut.i and Chicago Railr nd Coi iiuxny UB affwr aguutb, etc are restrained and enjoined fiom trmalerrmg and delivering tfie po s  did a material decrease from tha ior the correspondmpr oU te of last season the deer astiiiiqu ut tyafloat for that aa ebj ecially notable Some improve nent in prices there wis the consemiem e to which our market measurably responded dur B the morning hour Hat wlieii figures for mterlui towns begun to come in pt intln0 to a furMier accumulation of Rtockfa, the bujiiigiuovem nt ceieed and aolhng besaii, under which the morning advance uas loht, ior early months and the market again 1 eeauie unsettled in tone bpot cotton woa _______ Meeting of Richmond Terminal Directors NKW YORK, Decemher 12 meeting of the Kichmond Terminal d rectors was held touay for organisation, all members the hoard being present, except H B Plant The old officers were ro elected Bes des other important business which was transacted a regular dividend of per cent on preferred stock was declared, pajahle, as usual, Jan- nary 10th Jay Gould, Sidney Ihllon, Abram fa Hewitt and other members wero present, and showed marked interest in the property Brick Manufacturers Fail. XEW loitK, December firm of Peck, Martin Co dealers in brick, with yards at the foot of West Hurueta street made an assignment tod iv to Oeorse S H imlia with preference to the William J Peck for 000 The U tbil ties of the nrin are about 000 assets al out 000 f ha failure w aa caused by the firm being unable to realize on debts due them THE THIRD PARTY MEN Seem to be Still Trying to Get in Their Work on tbo Alliance SANTOBD, Fla December 12 The National Alliance excursion party left Sanford this morning, and apent most of the day boat riding on the Indian river between Titnsville and Rockledce Between these points the Indian is fro-n two to twelve mile Wi.de add presents a "weird picture, nature gendered Av times dense Groves of wild ducks shut olT the withering rays of the noonday sun while tt ives of tarpon, trout and shallow shad made merry the ery surface of the rapr iig ru er Rockledtfe was reached at 1 o clock, when dinner was sumptuously served by the hos- pitable residents Hon George S Northrop specially onterta ned the press contingent in royal and splendid style At 2 30 o clock the pTtv left on the steamer St Augustme for baiuord where it will spend tonight The third pirty men are still at work and er-ch   is answered with cheors for PariieH ttiicl moro groans He retorted bv shouting "TUrea cheert, for Mrs O'Shea'" A dispatch to Tlie iSews from Kil- kenny DaMtt was received wTth a pest of cheering bat the hissing and hootii g were only audible from br> s and joutl It it alleged that all over the wera paid by FaruclL to hoot THE PRESS rAENaLL The Star tins morning makes a tierce ittac c upon P iruell, acuuhing liim of Feiuanism It Today p T djnamlter tomorrow rel el lio i He is Trel n 1 to re I n n and o it lawrj He he 1 to Davitt and tricked paitv, uid IH liffhtUig with pulboned. -weapons and a traitor s hind The Pall Ga7ette say-3 There IB o imit h cket Ji ndkcrchief ab mt theAmDrlciii latricts riinv aro as i to heal H.II w >uiid ind dr i pmp ct te im will M ve Firncll T w ler for U cam I u_n J et tne j prcscive a tender place mticir Ijcaits for Ttrncll mt for whit U I'arni 1 ir I in draiik or 1 arm 11 sober It they lovo JeKjll, they eauuld   I will probably re urn to Ireland and be arrested and mv sc ite ice .Timo H r n ton, t e i'arnc'1 member of tho Ir sh ''out 2. imn tody's Ho wis deluge 1 with of to s and re- co ed ever one VI ng to irds n ght many membets oE tut. ocal Ir all i 111 i Le.-.rue, ho aie Ian c 'ite b 'u i in <-.o N oed Mr H irri eft t u i i ol il 31 t c for L! t 10 -xuiiii i 1 t sills for Liver- pool i t! P j) 111 ii0 AboutlO o tkil iCi rs Q'l, tn and Gt 1 i i 1 Lr F n t oi the r col- tlio I1 i u r tl if ti e Ob Jim whicu ao o c o U for Rottenlim DLMFS STANtl -5, S Walter lot W ntcw n L.C tt r to TI a London In Dfcc bti 1 M i to P ir- r t, broil (r of IH JJ.EO r jr 1 i Usio The TIMIPS I tlus vvl CT t.l U n i lit, is r Jr  little as saved and Mr an K) i t r burned verv Itadlv, but not Mr0 Houcer waa completely overcome by and fell in close pr tiinit> to tho ueb 1 at wa.3 discovered in tinto her I fj to be saved V trunk contain va uable paj cr-. was swred, but Iloustrscnclio together with her witch rj ind toO in mo was de btroved litre api i t ot the fam I'wwasaived Mr and "Ui II E burns are vcn pj-iniul but Dr Crn.cn fca -v thev are not necessarily fatal ihe 11' licaviJv npt n Mr Houser as he was iust recovr-uisr irom the of hia fine ETistmul uy flio something one year ago THE CONDUCTOR AT FAULT A Bo Given Time to Find. His Ticttet NASHVILLF Tonn December 12 The supreme court has aflirmed the dec sion of the lower court in the case of J D Rennett is the Louisville and Nashville road Bennet par- chased a ticket to Louisville ircm and was ejected from the train it f dl tin occa ise Jia could not find his ticket The truth wab thit th conductor had not aj proaeiie I him until juat before Oallatin was rcucaed mi 1 n the (crouad that he was not oullicieiit time t look ft r bis ticket SI damages awarded verdict was affirmed. A Desperate Battle. MoifOGH, W. VA December 12 last nifrht a desperate figlit opfarred in which, Jason Hall, master workman of the miners' assembly, was shoe and instantly killed Hall had gone with a number of strikers to per- suade i number of men to leave their worfc They refused to do so aud the sinkers assaulted them About thirty men wereftngaged in the fight Hal] was shot through the heart by a man named Jenkins, who escaped, but bun dreda of minera are looking for him He will be lynched if caught There 19 no prospect of a lettlement of the troubles Collyar's Experience in RUTGGOLD Collyar s arrest for the Mexican swindler baa caused his reme-ubrance in this city A few he as in Rmggold, accompanied by a large "Newfoundland dog To the hotel proprietor ho stated ha "wae a Texas lawyer, and that con- tinuous dissipation had can ed his downfall, and that circumstances necessitated his parting with his trfed and true friend Prince He left the dog for a five dollar consideration and has not been beard from Ma> or Mann claims that the Texas lawyer was jounc Collvar, and that ha assieted him to get Riuggold. Earfee Superior Court WAYTESBORO Ga, December 12 The Buperor court of Burke county adjourned to- dt-v, after a two weeks session Jndco H. C Koney and Solic tor Boylcm Wright returned to AugUBtathiB evonmc: During thia thirtj sue criminal casca wera called and disposed of by the court Oniy one party was charged with a homicide, that being Charles F Martin a man who was sentenced to one year in the peni tontiary on a couvicuon of voluntary man- slaughter_______________ TELEGRAPH BREVI21ES. Six business houses and almost all their tcntd were burned in "Nacona fez vesterdaj The steamer T ahn, which sailed from Southampton yesterdav morning, has on board 000 in gold for New lork The Davis Platform Binder Company of Cleve- land, O went into the bands of a receiver yes- terday The porcelain factory at Knralow, Russia, was destrt yed by fire yesterday 1-ight of tlia em- ployes in the factory lost their lives The bill is based on a repre- sentation of 3u6 members of the house of repre- eentativfea William Wallace Blanchard was hanged at SberbrorVe Quebec, jc tcrd-v for the murder ofChar'eaA Ca.kinjj on the Ifcth of November. Hil's "Vlanufaetunng Company of T d. luis midc. a deed of a sipnmcnt for ohe benefit of cred u> th WilinT trustee Bond -was flied 000 President JPulmer and Secretarv Butterwortb of the world s fair coinra called upon tba prefcidept md bm t i sac a. amation inr tint. rt- pn govf njments to parti tj ate n IM- rit far Thi 7 resident I ronumed to iswiae Ui j t n utiorttj nFWSPAPFRI   

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