Washington, Nov. 28. - The cases of almost 40O presidential postmasters will be presented to the senate for its action next month. So far there has been 240 reeess ajpoin tinenta and all of these will be sent to the senate for conñrrnation and the term of office of Io6 postmasters expire during the month. There aro also eight other vacancies, caused by deatlis of postmasters, where successors will have to be ohoseu. Postoffice officials point out a remarkable increase in the morfcality among postii asters, disproportionate to the increase in the list. During the past year there were approximately thirty-five deaths among those of the presidential class. This is, it ia said, larger than for any year In the past fifteen or twenty.and is attributed to genorally unhealthy conditions.