Jacob Bogorad arrested for operating handbooks and having liquor in store. 7/15/1920 Wash Post

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- r - - wa1 xjw - - J r - i j - VS - S ftP 5IJ ff - r tonv Japan The the usual custom the marriage and joins her husband in in California of the total Japanese in California the the following figures Japanese consulate in September 1918 41842 12232 161 7877 7031 68982 births in 1908 were cent of the white to the Japanese In 4108 Japanese births against 47314 white cent No Menace the Japanese are willing any tribunal as dis contention that theJap - constitutes a menace California farming by the Japanese been compiled to is virtually no competition the American and in the planting of cottonriceTjeansAgrapesl cjS JTlie JapaneseconenteatitJsclaJmed on berflest JcelelFyJasparagrasBeeds c thereby foliowing iflino of - tfarnv - ing which thewhitea donot naturallynaturally naturallynaturally follow - For For berries by way of example the total acreage planted byEthe Japan - esewas 5958 oixi of 6500 acrestplant - ed in the entire State or 918 per cent For hay and - grain the total Japanese acreage was 15753 as aganst 2200000 planted In the State or less than 1 per cent For U S to Stop Smuggling The Japanese claim further to be in a position to contendthat the United States and Japan must be held responsible if Japanese are smuggled across tbe Mexican border Japan cannol station guards on the border it is pointed out and it is theduty of the United States to prevent ttie Japanese from gettng across the line In case the riglit of Calforniato discriminate against the Japanese comes before the league of natonsT as it Is certan to do if the United States becomes a member th Japanese will admittedly be In a positiqn to make out a ery strong case based son accurate accurate figures and statistics and sup - iPTJIivt SiFSiS - orieagpyaiojtnejemcjencyandlnK genultyawliich the Japanese represent xatives can commanuK - c - GIVE M0NEYP0E SUFFRAGE Contributors From AH Sections Send in VarvinEr Amnnnfa - y Money in - sums ranging from 1000 to 1 Is being contributed to the National National Womans party to aid in completing completing the ratification of the suffrage suffrage amendment Senator Phelan of California sent a check for 1000 yesterday to help win the Democratic State of Tennessee Tennessee Gen Anson Mills civil war veteran has given 500 VktW - ji - - H - Mt - j ti t DenghanjDOjolc8oerj iyuuu xiquor swredjin thppremtaes and lodged a complalntagalnstBo - gorad of violating the Volstead IcC The - oHcers collected slips marked money and other handbook devices andjlound also three quarts atid two pints of whisky and a bottle of champagne champagne it was reported to Assistant District Attorney Cromelin who issued issued the warrant for the raid and arrest arrest Bogorad was held in 3000 ball on the two charges FINDS CHAMPAGNE IN UAH Police Seize Liquor and Handbook Devices in Store Arrest When a squad of policemen under direction of Sergt Holmes of the Eighth precinct station swooped down upon the cigar store conducted by Jacob Bogorad at 1820 Fourteenth street northwest yesterday on a Federal Federal warrant charging the proprietor Safe Milk For Infants Invalids No Cooking A Nutritious Diet for All Ages Quick Lunch at Home or Office Avoid Imitations and Substitutes IWV RSKHr ffV If

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  1. The Washington Post,
  2. 15 Jul 1920, Thu,
  3. Page 14

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