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passports yesterday The Moreen- In- has in the permitted safe in from United today. office dealing and a m - 1 j es-] former i a d - : the government Brit which Friday, of ag- to tike and from Stokfis PmcOcaDy Klini Congressional Hght Is Between Edgar R. Kicss and John J. Reardon Failure of Washington Party Cfnadate to File His Statement Expenses Within Time S, -dfiej by Law Renders Hun ~ 7 16 a hine" of $1,000 or a Yeai^'e Hiipmonment Montfort T. Stokes, the Washington party nommee for Congress, has failed to comply the law requiring a candidate for Congress to file ar Washington a preliminary statement expenses, and he, therefore; has apparently eliminated himself, leaving the race between R KiessTthe Republican candidate, and John J. Reardon. the Democratic nominee., · The law requires that Congresaional candidates must file, with tbe clerk of the House Washington; their preliminary statements at lc«t ten days prior to election. The last day, therefore, that Mr. Stokes could have filed hi* account in order to comply with this law was October^24. If he could have shown that his account had been mailed on that dateJie have been within the provisions of the-tew, but h.s statement, which was filed, with the the House on last Friday, October 30, wa* sworn to on Thursday, October 29, and same day, five days after the expiration of the time allowed by law. Certainly Mr Stokes could not have been -gnorant of this provision, for-the same law Similar statements before and after the May primaries^ . * Tbe natural deduction, thertforc^ islhat Mr, Stokes regard, bit ow* candidacy ,a*

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  1. Williamsport Sun-Gazette,
  2. 02 Nov 1914, Mon,
  3. Page 1

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