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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 2 January 1908

THG WEEKLY' HERALD," JANUARY 2, 1907. IS IN SHAPE Principal Meeting of Panhandle Jubilee Will Be Held in Deandl Theater The program for the scries ot Panhandle conventions on Jan. 9. 10 and 11, hiiii bpf'n put Into shape by the arrangement committee and the time for the varloub public nicoi 1ngs of the series has born allotted In the order given below, The press md public generally all over the Panhandle ' no taken up the con tention proposition and every In terest 1n th Panhandle promises to bo well represented In tho gather ings. The principal meetings of tho crlcs will be held In tho Deandl theater but committee meetings ana 1on of separate bodies will bo hel,j 1n other places designated by the com in It tees. The order begin ning Thursday in as follows: Thursday, 10 a. in., Jan. 0. Commercial clubs, real estate firms, land owners, medical associa tion, Palo Duro Park committee, will meet at DeanvM theater. Prayer. by Rev. Jewell Howard. Address of welcome, by II. H. San 'born, c...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 2 January 1908

'm ''' vi , , . THE WEEKLY HEJRALD, JANUARY 2, I9O8. U CLE SALTS GREETINGS 1 Will Flash Over the World From Washington Tonight at Midnight fpeelal to Dully run-dandle. Washington, D. C, Dec 31. Al midnight Undo Sani will with the whole world tt Jojous New Year. At tnddnight and at ono.two and three o'clock tomorrow inorjitng, corre ponding to thn difference In time between the Allnntlc and th0 I'a tifly l)io time signal Instrument In thn United States uevaj, observatory t 11 J tick otit a happy greeting to toe people of tho United States and of t other natlona. Then New Year messages of Uncle , am are .received not only In all purls .of tho United State, but all over , Europe, Aula, Africa,, Central and . South America and AtiifUalla. In tho pant, tho slgnula have been rc ; reived In Sydney, Australia. In Cape Town, Africa, and in other distant , portions of tho earth in a, time rang . Inn from two and one-fourth sec onds to two minutes and thirty-five . eeronds. The mcsag" has 'bee...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 2 January 1908

ki ' m n j V v THE WEEKLY HERALD, JANUARY 2, 1907. TRUCK NG BY i WHOLESALE Amarillo Men tie Developing Trad on Amarillo Creek lor Market Gardening The tlpfipst proportion In busl- e.sH-lIko truck farming that lias ver been undertaken In tlio Tan handle la thnt which two Amarillo men, and an Iowa man, ar0 devel oping on the Amarillo creek about line miles west of tho city. W. F. torn and F. E. Sheriff of Amarillo, nd Dr. A. A. pctoraon of Mnratlne, Iowa, arc the owner and promoters Of tho now project which will place over a hundred acroa of fertile creek wmoni aii(j aeconn hottom in car lens and orchardM. Uy putcliaso wnm time bro thoHo (hire men secured the tract of land jpi-iired evora years ago for tho iionoood ProbKl Baptltt Chautau qua. This tract contains a llttlo ver 157 acres of land located In a j' ntl of tlio creek. I'ractlcal v al f It Ih tlllahlo and water underlies) ill of U at a depth of about fifteen feet, the creek at thla point attains i Eod width and keeps a conslde...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 2 January 1908

8 THE! WEEKLY HERALD, JANUARY 2, I9O8. TO CANVASS STRIKE VOTE Trainmen and Conductors Wee In Chicago to Frame Pro posals for 1908 pcT;I to Dally Fanhindl. Chicago, Dec. 27. Members of the fxecuUvo coinmlitrpj, of the Order of UallroHrf Conductors and the Brotherhood of Railway Train men. with Giirrcttsou, Morrlssry and other offic ials, will moot In the Shor man houso tomorrow to canvasa the vote Just ca-. t by tho members of the organization on whether they hhnll affiliate, in making concerted de rnands for moro pay and improved conditions of labor. All of the tcrrl torv catt of tho Mississippi river In affected, as in also eastern Canada Should tho vote b favorable to make the demand., the chairman of each tytem will ho notified by wire. Then on next Thursday a simultaneous de mand w HI be mart on tho general of- fleers of all the 63 companioa in volved. The Reneral committee of all th" railroad system will convene on January 20 in the cities where the railroads have their headqua...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 16 January 1908

The Weekly erald V0L.XXI1I. AMARILLO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 1 6, 1908 NO. .1 162 BODIES RECOVERED Victims of Pennsylvania Opera Honse Fire Taken to Mor guesFew Recognized AOfU!ed 1'ieaa. lioverlown, Fa., Jan. 15. Four iuiprov ici niuiguu contained this morning lljo bodies of lti'J victims of opera house lire. Undertak en fptui neighboring cities were prc-ed into service to cure for the (Millie in. they were brought from I he I heater ruins. To each body and u nicies found mi it were at l.ii!n''l numbers fur identification. Few I indies can be recognized by their A'wturos. When the. morgues were opened today hundreds of peo ple were wailing in expectation of finding the body of loved ones. Coroner Sirasscr said the scene at the opera linn.-e was the saddest pic ture he eer looked upon, ''simply indescribable," "1 shall make n thorough investigation he s;yd. II. W, Fi-hi-r, operator of the cal cium light, escaped with severe biiin.-. "The accident,'' he said, "v.;;. uiilM'd by a cu...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 16 January 1908

2 THE WEEKLY HERALD, JANUARY 16, 1907. R GREATER RESULTS IN TIIE PANHANDLE 4 Farmer's Congress, Palo Duro Park Commission Commercial Clubs and Physicians Are at Work in Amarillo TVllh amlla on the faro of the treat Punbandle and with every man, woman and child Bholng the ame trademark of Amarillo and the Pan handle, the find, of the three day nicctlng. b'Kan this mornln and ere continuing thin afternoon In uteadily Increasing lntrroht. While the attendance nt the morning session and at the afternoon .meet ing wan not larjjo an flguiea so. ev ery member of the audleu.ee counted everal because the gathering con tained active, representative of the lilSEest and Uveal fnterstg In the ranbandle. , Not until nearly 11 o'clock did the delcgatea, Amarillo citizens und visitors gather In the Deandl theater and stay still long enough to be called to order but before that the round of getting acquainted and v lu lling that will form a largo part of the usefulness of the meetlnxa, wan well star...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 16 January 1908

7T THE WEEKLY HERALD, JANUARY Ift, I9O8, 3 WHATDOCTORS ' Affi DOING Or, Barnes, ol. Tulia, . Givees Thoughtful Appeal (or Work -of Medical Association In response to tlio well on),. ad dresses (yesterday, Dr. H. D. Barnes, of Tuliii, after inaKlns a few Intro ductory remark mad 1 1t follgliis paper whih outline hdiiio "I the thins tho' doctors aio doing In the convention here, and some of the matter In ihic.h ihpy need the co operation of the- public: In t)ie first jilnio e niofl to dis cuss t li diseases peculiar to ouch HcMon and by nimh discussion we tsct tho diffrem ldeah of each phy sician practicing In ouch taction of country, Then uruId when e l a v o illfficult cases, we bring them be fore our societies for diagnosis and treataiient. That way our patients S'M not only our Individual opinion, but the opinion of all th members of our society that, aio present, as wo allow nil to examine llii'in or appoint, committors for that purpose, and by co-operation said patients re ceive...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 16 January 1908

i. THE WEEKLY HERALD. JANUARY 16, 1907. ( j I 1 v v i '-, THE WEEKLY HERALD Published weekly on Thursdays at 61 Tolk Stiet-t, Amarlllo, ' Toxus, By P. K. IKUOSBX. Entered at the Postofflce at Amur !llo, Texas, socoud cIhhb mull mat ter. iVflcUl Organ ot CUf of Amarlllo and rotter Count ADVERTISING RATES. Display 20o per Inch each Insertion, Local 10c per inch each Insertion, SUBSCRIPTION f 1.00 TER YEAR. Tb Herald will cease coming to fou when your time expires unless ire are authorized to continue It. Should any subscriber full to re vive The Herald regularly, please advise us at once by card or tele phone. Any errors reflecting upon the character, standi ns or reputation of any person, firm or corporation which may appear In the columns 01 The Herald will be gladly corrected upon Ita being brought to tbe at tention of the publluhert. THURSDAY, JAN. i6, 1908 Tnrc ji nii.KK is ox For a Starter the gathering today mill pass. Dot the attendance vhould bsve.bccn larger on the part of A...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 16 January 1908

THE WEEKLY HERALD, JANUARY 16, I9O8. SPEAKING POLO DURO Mayor Haney and Others Outline Plans Before the Farmers' Congress for Securing Great 'National Play Ground in Panhandle All for tho Palo Duro park Is tho nolo of th0 clotting session of (he Panhandle Farmers' congress, and other meetings tli Ih afternoon and n larger attendance) of Amarlllo peo ple Including many ladles Ih present at tho Deandl theater where tho pro ceedings aro .being held. In addi tion to Pauhnndlo speakers, Mayor Ilaney, Dr. Nunn, and others, down in tho BtHt0 are adding their part to "testimony meeting" that' 'will not only help the Palo Duro park pro ject "but will give tho Farmers' con gress more effective force, and will enably Panhandle real est a to men and commercial organization to grasp their opportunities and turn them Into results. Incited to l'ort Worth. Many years ago, no the general public says, Fort Worth got (he habit of Inviting everything and everybody to come to Fort Worth, to meet ther0 n...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 16 January 1908

DAM HAMnir HOGS LEAD VY. P. Anderson Discusses Ad . vantages of (he Plains (or I-. Hog Raising William Penn Anderson, livestock gent lor the Santa Fo linen hero, and one ol the best Known and most active promoter- of nliHk raising In dustries lu thu Panhandle, road the following paper before thn Farmers' congress Saturday. Tho geographical altuatlou of th Panhandle of Texas and (ho Pecos ' valley In New Mexico which are now prai'tlt-ally on I lie main Hue of the lightest grade railroad across the continent, only one-third of the dts tame to the Pacific seaboard whore ' an IiIkIi or higher prices obtain than In thn Atlantic seaboard or New York and Bostmi markets, the qucs ' tlon of the adaptability of thn plains 'country s a twine growing proposl t!on has been prurtleally demonstrat ed to such un extent as to warrant . the belief that so far an tho health ' f nines of th0 nnlmal U coneerned thttt It cxcclls any other vert Ion of the continent for thin purpose., Of " all the domestic...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 16 January 1908

V THE WEEKLY HERALD, JANUARY 16, 1907. PROFESSIONAL CARDS l)K. J. .1. IIAIN'INA. I)i-,cut's of Eye, Ear, Note and Throat, Glattea Fitted. Rooms 7 and S. Ilivinn nuilding N. J. WADE, Attorneyat-Law, Krnold Bldrf. r. Worth, Ta. rrnctiee In Slate and Federal Court., JliisiiirsM of noii-rriidrnis nivi'ii per ouul attention. & W. I'lione 180. Sit!2iVIUSICilLf M m' rit t th buikattl Ail mwH, !! " HALF PRICK. llpUWMiM rtMM UtaBa VWlMtt-ll4H.it W, hthil rthla Mittbal Wmm ImdiiMi prim 0 4 flat " p ( , MIU.ALI.ftk. ill AfcUftiAl, 14 A. Prompt Service When you notify us by tel ephone or otherwise to call for vour package, we don't say "All Right," and then wait for two days before we come for it. We call the same day within a few minotes if you are in a hurry and we deliver the laundered clothing at the time agreed upon. Good work and promptser vice does the combina tion appeal to you? Put us to the test. Troy Steam Laundry, Phone 42. ..41 1 1 10 ... byjades I t. P'lkiU.. ..,.1 or Quality....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 16 January 1908

. - . ,. "TT'T T-rr-rr p ,.-..,.,.,,,,,,,,; , V,' 0 m beet: Speakers' Before Farmer's About Industires Panhandle Although one of those iiiiiikiibI wlndi -which Attorney Braly told th Farmers' congress about yesterday hi been driving straight out of tho northwest, nil lunt night and today, the bcwlons or tho congress have been attended by interested audi ences. And the audience have been hearing talks nn,i adderssos which they regret could not bn heard by at. least every citizen of the Panhandle Authority on Broom Coin. "I don't know that I have any apology to offer for being here," mild W. , fl, Patterson, thin morning In opening the program on broom corn which was the f'wt subject for con sideration, "but I guess I talked too much. 1 haven't rained much broom corn but I knew that It was a good thing for the Panhandle and wnen tho Chamber of Commerce began planning tula congress they made m chairman of thla program. So 1 found out who did know aboiitihls broomcorn ibtislness and enl...

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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 23 January 1908

k,"j y J- v .v y v 1 TSie Weekly Herald VOL. XXIII. AMAKILLO. TEXAS, THURSDAY. JANUARY 2.3, 1908 NO. 4 MODE TROUBLE . WlfflJAPAN Dr. Mac-Guire Declares That the ate at Vancouver HMorUtnl Fresa. Vithnl.i, II. ('.. Jan, 23 Miolig laliyuag" was UmvI n i c i i i i n i . lioni Vuii Comer Itriii-h Culunr'uia j i ;i 1 1 i a nn-n i Sonic by t lie in tin.' v ester- (l, ilUcll.-.slllg till' proposal lt'gls Ia l i it iilni'il to restrict Japanese Immigration. n MacGuIrc declared the i-ii tiit Inn was Browing de.spcia'.c in N un I'nnu'i' and If I ho aggres sion riintlnicil it might lip necessary lo resort to it r in a. lor self preserva tion. Ilr said tin- Japanese there wciv thoroughly mined and If steps rip no i taken to diearui ihrm the Van Comer citl.cns would bp loiced to ii nn ihcinsoUei., Ik said the $2'i .iii'iii.iUM'i hold to lie due to Brit ish L'uJ u ni lila should bo used to pro vide armored cruisers wlili which to ! " n il t h Pacific seaboard of Cull ada and he lnld that urgent me...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 23 January 1908

'-'V t CK'vsi'rrtlr 1 THE WEEKLY HERALD, JANUARY 23, 1 008. CROWDED TO THE LIMIT Twenty-Seven Teachers In City Schools to Meet Demands of Increased Enrollment With thA addition of the new to city teacher who has boon elected place oa the fatuity of dm sohoola, the number of teachers eiu jployed Including the superintendent tow reaches twenty-seven. Every one of these touchers bun all the work that can bo satisfactorily han dled and aome of the rooms are still above a normal average In rnroll uient. AH Available Room In tie. The greatest difficulty now, how ever, U to find places for th0 teach ers. Kvery bit of balf way available room In the 'buildings, including the principal's office and the attic in thp third floor of tbo Polk street building anj the superintendent's of fice and the auditorium In the High School building are now isd for classes. Both of t'e frame buildings moved to the polk street grounds for temporary service, have been ia use all the Tear. It Id not likely Unit ...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 23 January 1908

TEXAS NOT TO BE RAISED kilo t 'o the oxpt'H of hooinlUK nrlllo Hint tin- Paiilmndlo coun- Ne v Bond Issne (or Necessary School Building Will not In crease Present Rate ll'miil Friday's Daily.) T.'V,, 111 Illy Alllilllllo l(''M'lf'lll School lli..liir j not ln Increased In tlif .nlililiuli.il bonds Willi i tin M liiini js iiimv Hhkill III" it a- lllil lo illl! luu l.i'. 'Ili' r,lil iii t h of Aniarlllo in tin1 l.i,-l few vims has overtaxed M lllMll ill rnlll lllllllil I ll a 1.1 -I II H II'IV 1 ,H ill' I K Will' illllll'll II ll, llll' illlll'l l'll'llllll II I'I'.S 1'OSUliillg llOlll . 1 1 1 ' 1 1 riilnlil Hills have Mill (If taxes n il h flaunt which have In th,, last l'.'w weeks somewhat I a m 1 ti 'rt i lu iinliir of i.ixpaylug clil'.oiis lor more m hool liullilnus. Moro school ''iiillil-in;;.-, tu in.-1 tin' i in mi ut which the school Iiii, iiil t(.ls as, necessary would, hi lirsi thought, hu rr-itsf. tins present m html l.ivs, iin, on this account Here hav,, been some citizens...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 23 January 1908

'if' THE WEEKLY HERALD, JANUARY 23, I9O8. ' J, THE WEEKLY HERALD Published weekly on Thurilayi at 616 Polk Stre&t, Amarlllo, Tela' I1T V. K. HOE8KN. Entered at tb Postofflco at 'Amar Ilia, Texas, a second class mall mat ter. Official Organ of City of Aoiarlllo an rotter County ADVERTISING RATK3. DUpUy 20 per Inch ch Insertion, Local 10c per Inch etch insertion. SUBSCRIPTION 11.00 PER YEAR. Th Herald will tense coming to you when your time expties union we are authorized to continue It. hhould any aubacrlber fall to re relv Th Herald regularly, pl.iase , 11 vise us at one ty cara or ii phone. gram are keener tY.an their desire for party success at the .polls next year. It must bo . remembered that the president doea not lack frlonds, either, and when the war cornea ou It la likely to be a lively one Indeed, contributing not a Utile to the gaiety of the nation. Anything will bo bet ter thnn tho lniiffraoln dnllneM which baa pervaded t ho do-nothing congress up to thla time. And ou...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 23 January 1908

T '' '' ' ' l ''!"' ,1 TMK WI2F.KLY MIERALD, JANUARY 23, IpO. CONTEST IS FILED Saloon Men Sue for Trial of the Prohibition Election Case Before Court (I'roui Thursday's Dally. ) YcHicrday ;il't-rmon suit wax filed uliist County Judge .Sam It. Mer 1 und County Attorney Hugh I'm- res by .suvhul' k Iio.i'inan, to con- l Ilic result of the local o it! Ion ion u i declared by tb() JitdgoH of elect Ion an, by the commlM- r-liors court. I nrtcr the law t li : r- ttlays Is given from tho date of the 'r by I he commissioners' court in b-h auy I'lil.eiis of tho county may suit for contest. The commls- sl'eis' court flnlHlied canvassing the on Dec. 10 it it (1 entered the or- on that day, Yesterday was the li day of tho tlm allowed. i:MiiiliiHtloii of all llallots. Tit,, petition filed with the county Ct'lt recites allegation!) practically t same as those ,vhlch accompanied tf application of the Amarillo Hoor lo Co, for an Injunction. On nc ijiini, of the ineguhullles which the lint Ills alleg...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 23 January 1908

- 1 THE WEEKLY HERALD, JANUARY 23, 1907. MAKING OF A FDAHCIIISE (Continued From One.) fmnrhlM Uh specific raiea fixed In ilT" ". an aw reed Judge Crudalnj ion. "we'd bo llj'"3 accept 'ich franchise If we could live to It Otherwise, of course,. e wouldn't tMl( It." "Well, Hiiy I lir franehlit specif led a residence rate of fl.Mi inonih fur five drop, would oii incept thalT" asked Alderman tiliBUghno . "SJa would have In Know some thing more definite Ihau Jiut tin number of droji light Hint a custo mer would line." "If the franchise spci if led five 16 candle power i!nhts for JI..VI n mouth or for t !, ) If It specified that pcopl who wlhlli'd It could get n ini'irr on it minimum $!.. 11 inonih rutf," 'iuiilmir( Al derman ShaiighnKy, "would you tk0 the franchise?" Combine W illi Power I'Unt. "Wo would , accept reasonable rale," answered .Imlgn CnidglnKton. "As I slated beforn we will he In onipcllilon with fompiiny thut l already In operation mid to get bus Iiipx we mut offer Induceme...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 23 January 1908

THE WEEKLY HERALD, JANUARY 23, 1907. PROFESSIONAL CARDS IU. .I.J. IIAININA, Discuses of Eye, Ear. Note and Throat, Glasses Fitted. Rooms 7 ami K. Hiving Building N. J. WADE, Attorney-at-Law, Reynold Bid. Ft. Worth, Tax. Practice in SIhU: mid Federal Courts, lliisint'SN of iioii-ipsidcntx given er. i nil attention, S. W. I'lionc 180. iSJS73U8!Ci! M 'W tViltxtl 4 H latMt ng MtkM, WttllSM , Hlf PKICk". Ait.ithiw m lis. o..sM.viiiw ibiunu flats tnp ' f Mil. VktK 1.11. WILU, i IX aft. Promnt Service f When you notify us by tel !. ODhoneorotherwiseto call i lor vour package, we don't i say "All Right." and then wait for two days before ; we como for it. I We call the same day ' within a few minutes if you are in a hurry and wedeiiver the laundered clothing at the time agreed upon. Good work and prompt ser vice does the combina tion appeal to you? Put us to the test- Troy Steam Laundry. Phone 42. For Halo by V. L. Thompson ami J. II. l'uttoii. Htf Pit. A. J. CALDWELL. ! Ejo. Ear, Nocw and ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 23 January 1908

) ... .m.r-i THE WEEKLY HERALD, JANUARY 23. loOft. HEARD BY THEIIOUSE Bankers and Business Men Tell Congressmen Remedies (or Panics Washington, D. C, Jan. 22. Bu. lnm men. hanker, flnancloin and others interested In the Biiliji-it of currency f glflMtluu aio Ucr (u talo part lu lli0 dUriiHtiliiu Inaugurated loday by ihu Jlouie committee on banking and currency. TIk-oo public crliiK W pieced the report lo bo made by the commute,, on any or the several currency exnanaiou bill that have been Introduced Into the House. Ucfole lll(l neuritis bavf been completed, It I expected thut the commit ice will nave heard thn opln Iiiiih of leading repreacntallvea of commercial, agricultural, lndntilrlal ml labor organization, a well iih (ho recommendation of 'bunker and financier, "Our object In having public IH'HT inRH," said Iteprcni'iiiatlv (Mile J a nun of Kentucky. oti of lb" IIohho leaders In tho currency reform niove .iient, "In to Idhuio th fullcnt con sideration before rcconnuondliij; for...

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