meetino-. SEC0XSXX TAYL0B CT -TSOTBIZ. -TSOTBIZ. Cfcaxgad wlta Asaeaslnsr Clerks far Polit ical Purposes. WASHINGTON, Aug. 23,-The 23,-The 23,-The Civfl Service Service Commission, which for the past tw weeks has been accumulating evidence against Recorder of Deeds C. H. J. Taylor for violating the law in soliciting contributions contributions from Government employes for political political purposes, has prepared a report which will be submitted to the President to-morrow to-morrow to-morrow to-morrow or next day, with a recommeaiatioa that Taylor be removed from office. Taylor, who is a colored Democratic leader leader from Kansas, was appointed to the most lucrative position In the District of Columbia Columbia against the protest of many residents of Washington, who tried to defeat the nomination in the 8enate on the ground that it was repugnant to the policy of boms rule. Recently letters have been received received by most of the colored men In tae departments directing them to call oa Taylor Taylor on business of Importance to them. These letters were signed by Taylor, as he admlta The employes received at the same time a ' letter demanding assistance for conducting the Congressional campaign, emanating from a committee with whu-k whu-k whu-k Taylor was identified. The Civil Service Commission refuses to divulge aay of the vidnr-a vidnr-a vidnr-a tt kaa Milan!