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   Kokomo Tribune (Newspaper) - October 24, 1921, Kokomo, Indiana                                MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS THE TRIBUNE PATH CIRCULATION KOKOMO MONDAY OCTOBER 24 1921 TEN PAGES CENTS BARKERtSHERE FULL QUOTA Admiral Beattys Arrival BLF IRON I OHCK E FOR BANQUET IN A JUBILANT MOOD WILD JARS A Apostle of Health and Happiness On Hands Ready To De liver the Goods AS LIVE A WIRE AS EVER Jr this city by various n Reports a encouraging ture already Beginning to come In to general committee whose motto Stock for Is to crown with victory storkselling campaign ever Kuch IB the report made of the committee inflation over the fact wuo et started their aim s to complete the I Kokomo Malleable Iron Companys plant and start It operating at tne 1 earliest possible date Iractlcally every business and Indusj i trial man of consequence In Kokomo behind the movement In order that j TU he may nrjt lose thlB lmportant Speaking To Women This After1 ndifiir expected j he biggest Banister Driven Throughj Machine By Impact Occu pants Hurled Afar NONE IS SERIOUSLY HURT Men At Grace Church Tonight In be Dr Charles R Barker apostle of and happiness Is here He ar rived In Kokomo hortly before noon today of a delay to the trac tlon onr on whth he was coming from Peru did not Kft here In ftme tr deliver the nddress was HcheduUd tc offer at the school auditor ium nt Ho got there time to speak only a few sentences fore I ho oamo for tho norm reress Ife wont hark however thin afternoon and left his messaKB with the htB f boys and girls This afternoon at 3 oclock Dr Bark er addressed a Inrgft audience of wom nnd Klrln nt tho Congregational rhurrh on the subject A Mothers to Hor evening at 8 oclock at Grace M K rhurrh ho will address an audience of men and hoys that Is expected to tax j noatlnc capacity of that spacious structure At tho noon hour today Ttr nttnnded UKliimhron of tho Kntary Hub the Frances hotrt Ho talkod for a little while on Iho aims Idoals and accomplishments of notary leav ing with his hearers an Inspiration that will endure nmoncst thorn to a fnr day He IB as vlrllo magnetic forco ful and as Interesting as ho wan when hrre two yonrs ago and if anything the message ho brings IB even more entertaining and convincing than was the one he brought then Dr nnrkrr Is hero under the auspices of the Rotary club All his addresses horo are without cost to his audlonres No tickets Bre sold and no cnllertlnn Is taken up Kokomo to got the flrio thfiiRhlK nnd holpful miKBestlons he brings absolutely gratis His metii Mere under pnrh conditions Is duo lo that he Is under contract to International notary Ho given all MB time to that organization nnd de livers all his addresses under Its Tho way things are shaping up to duv banquet Wednesday evening at at the Courtland hotel will be one j nt the most important affairs of the kind ever held in Kokomo Not less than one hundred business men con stituting the general and Bubcommlt will gather there at the time to complete details for the drive wliirh will be launched the following day The aim IK to give every person in the city an opportunity to subscrlba for nt least one share of the stock Cant Pry Machine Men Are Arrested On Vari ous Liquor Charges THE COURTLAND HOTEL PASSES TO A Buick six the property of Jesse Roy Clark living on a rural route out of Mlchlgantown driven at a high rate of speed was wrecked when driven upon the bridge spanning Honey creek one mile east of Russlaville Sunday morning at o oclock when the steel banister of the bridge was driven through the front end of the car stop I ping ten inches short of the steering wheel and the occupants of the car Clark his brother also living near HOPE OF PEACE HELPS ABSENT VOTERS AND IS NOT SO BRIGHT HAVEXS PREPARES BALLOTS SO THEY NEED NOT LOSE SVFFRAGE HASDEC1DEDTO Admiral Beatty and his American wife the former Ethel Field or Chicago snapped as they rode through the streets of York on their arrival from England HEART ATTACK IS FATAL HAUKY HAXCE SlCCOIBS SUN DAY WHILli WORKING WITH ALTO The Kokomo Hotel Company Takes Over Management of Hotel This Morning Harry Hance 316 West North street died Sunday morning at oclock of heart disease while changing a tire on his automobile in the garage at the Michigantown W M Hlchey of Mej rear nf his home Mr Hance for some chanicsburg Cyrus Pruitt of Hillisynjg past had been complaining of burg a Mr Crutchfield and a man pains jn the region of his heart and yet unknown to the authorities were suffered a slight attack Saturday catapulted from the car tearing off njgnt while up town making some Its top in their flight and were hurled upon the bridge into the creek below and even upon the far bank of the stream All the men concerned es caped serious injuries miraculous as that may seem suffering bruises cuts and scratches only Their injuries I were treated by Drs Miller and Hart I of Russiavllle purchases at a local store His nineyearold daughter Mary discovered the body of her father ly ing on the ground in the garage and became frightened at not receiving any response to her questions directed to him called the other mmbers of the family Coroner Bruce Lung made an investigatonof the death and pro DOORS OPEN TO VETS City Clerk Ben Havens began this morning the work of supplying the ab sent voters with ballots for the city election Tuesday Nov S The ballots I The Present Situation One That are being mailed to a large number cf Signal Men win iot Kokomo people who will be unable to be present for the election on that day as a result of applications received at the clerks office The marked ballots must be received at the clerks office no later than Saturday Nov 5 Persons who plan to leave Kokomo in the near future and who will not be here on election day can vote at the office of the city clerk on and after Friday Oct 1S Votes may be cast n i r that date until Saturday Nov 5 Collins Is Back hrom conference After tna day per30ns wm iluve vote at their precincts or lose their right to help make a selection in the city race Causes Fear Lest Parleys Will Prove Unfruitful WILL BE RESUMED TODAY With De Valera and Other Irish Leaders Leave Big Five and Teleg raphers Alone HEADS OF FIVE UNMOVED Say Satisfactory Settlement Only Labor Board Is Still Hopeful London Oct anxiety over Foitl Demolishes Buggy An unidentified motorist driving n Ford west on the Alto pike yesterday BODY AT VICTORY L TO MORROW EVENING Frank Heller manager of the Vic Chicago Oct the Associat j struck a buggy in which Norman Snell j Cll threatened railroad the possibility of between t Springerj both of Forest j jf jt talcs plnce a3 scheduled the British government and bmn The men escaped injury Ireland continuing to a successful conj buggy was demolished The elusion was felt here today Tho con lriver of tne Ford did not stop to Ierome between members of the British j extent of the damage it is el and representatives of the Dail cabin Elreann was resumed but there wai evjdent a feeling that the situation was such as to give ground for concern among those hopeful for an adjustment of the Irish controversy Michael Collins minister of finance learn said the Dall Elreann government who to the went to Dublin on Saturday returned who hreast night U that tory theatre will throw open the doors of his theatre Tuesday night SpanishAmerican War veterans who j r will hold a special program during the certain questions af first evening show beginning at allegiance to the British oclock Prize winners in the contest which has been conducted to raise funds for the coming state encamp ment will be announced and all mem bers of the veterans association are requested to attend with their wives All are requested to bring their tickets as the two prizes are to be given away Efforts of the camp to obtain per Imanent headquarters are as yet un FORMER OWNERS TO LEAVE A force of men were employed all of nounced the cause as being heart dis vesterday In the effort to get the au ease tomohile loose but were not successful I Shortly before the fatal attack Mr successful A called meeting was hela Theyresumed their labors this morn Hance spent considerable time in con nVhr n the tailor shot Ing All efforts to pull it loose byversation with the members of the Head of New Company Is Exper ienced Hotel Man From Kansas City Mo as the heaviest chains snapped like the street from his residence He told cord strings members of the crew that he was go The speedometer showed sixty miles i ing hom to get his machine in con an hour when stopped by the force of i dition to take the collision with the bridge Of course the impact may have had something tj i do with the rate of speed indicated but iihat the automoblle was being driven at an excessive speed there Is no ques tion In the minds of the authorities It was only a ride with his family feV minutes later that last Saturday night in the tailor shop of Adjutant Ed S Burns and several business matters were discussed An unanimous vote in favor of participa tion of the camp in the Armistice day parade and program was registered A letter was received from State Commander C W Yerbury fully ex crown and there was a belief that Mr ColMns had gone to Dublin to talk the situation over with his colleagues It was supposed he brought a communica tion from Eamon DeValera and It waU felt that upon this answer attitude taken oy the Daii and the Eireann jilaining the provisions of the Sells to pension bill for veterans of the clection should the conference fail delegates would depend the continuance of the negotiations Everywhere ex cept In irreconcilable quarters hope that the conference would proceed was expressed this morning and it was argued that with good will on each side a way out of the difficulty created by Mr DeValeras message to Pope Benedict could be found At the same time it was contended that if the Sinn Fein representatives indorsed their leaders words it was hardly possible to see how a rupture of the conference avoidable The possibility of the government to the nation through a gen the body was found by the daughter Mr Hance had been a life long resi dent of Kokomo and was employed as j ishAmencan war and read to the j asaumed considerable prominence over a machinist at the Kokomo Steel j members Several veterans who and many newspapers company He is survived by the claims for pensions stated that they reterred to t today but there was not A deal involving the transfer of the Courtland hotel from George J Gay and Matthew J Balfour to the Ko Icomo Hotel company was completed H is survived bv the claims for pensions stated that they Tnesterl banTsVrwas and vidow and two small children Mary i would try to push them To which it was and Martha sixteen months of buckled indicating beyond any ques heW j querade party for the and Wednesday morning at 10 oclock at i their families would be held on Mon tion that a terrific force had been di The floor of the f much concrete expression of opinion GRAVE LATEST ADVICES PORT CHARLES IS DRIVEN BACK Says Government Forces Are Against Restoration will be limited to train servioe employes switchmen nnd telegraph ers This becamo certain today when the signal men followed the example of nine other standard and vot ed to remain at work By their de cision approximately railroad employes are on record against the strike The signal mens brotherhoods members were instructed today to re main at their regular work but to refuse assignment of any other duties which they might be asked to per form on account of vacancies caused by strikers leaving the roadsThe de cision was reached after several days of conferences by the executive offi cers The brotherhood has taken no strike vote The four big brotherhoods and the switchmens union have reiterated their warning to the United States railroad labor board that only a sat isfactory settlement can prevent the railroad strike called for next Sunday morning It was learned today DEMAND EXPULSION OF KING Little Entente Sends Warning To Budapest and Pre pares For Action Premier So Brands IJcValcras Mes sage To the Pope Budapest Oct 24 By The Asso ciated govern ment forces fighting against the at tempt of Former Emperor Charles to t regain the throne have won pro j nounced successes against the Carlists forces it is announced in reports to The presidents of the five unions replying to the boards citation to ap pear here Wednesday sent a joint message reasserting the stand they took at the conference with the board last week when they insisted they had no power to suspend or call off a strike unless a settlement In accord ance with their demands was reached only power in our hands the union executives telegraphed is to advise our men that satisfactory set tlement has been If strike Is called however there were indications today that the strik ers may find themselves without any directing leaders As the board has asked the general chairmen of five unions to come to Chicago with their general officers a prolonged hearing would leave the locals without leaders The strike cMl provided that the hoys and glrl of Kokomo and allthoy th liquor have to do Is to KQ hoar him All he mule he w asks that the people ho does of I bonded into rest Dr Barker hns but one day for Ko Uomo this season This city is one of ten In the stole that are to get him fnr a day each this fall Tn view of the high worth of the message ho brings It would be too had were JCo komo to fall to the most possihle of Its opportunity white good was home brew of as told that it was xicants The party had met at Frankfort and were on their way to Kokomo when the accident happened Prosecutor Forest Harness preferred j IX HIS quipm on the building The new company is capitalized at Prior to his operation of the Mercer hotel th enew manager was at the head of hotels in several of the prin cipal cities in Oklahoma A short time ago he disposed of his interests In Kansas City with the Intention if locating farther east He said this Qf he prohibuion aw other chargts may follow in the wake of new devel Two U S Soldiers Killed I Fellow Private Accused j ning and go to the Victory theatre in body I cation and J R Clark owner of the car was filed against for transporta tion of intoxicating liquor in violation I morning he had investigated seve properties during the last few months K BlncklldCP Is Moving Into His but found none of them as satisfying Own New Office At 1Vnl as the Courtland nut and Buckeye Strwts i Mr ORourk has been in Kokomo during the last two weeks inspecting TT E Blacklldge hns fitted up an I the hotel and Is responsible for the attractive and convenient office for I statement that he Is so well pleased by himself In his own building at the the manner of operation and the high northeast corner of Walnut and Bucki degree of courtesy shown to the ove streets and will remove patrons he will be content to follow ntelr from the office he has so long i same policies established by occupied In the front of the Kokomo I Messrs Gay and Balfour to provide the Trust company This room Is needed service and cuisine possible to accommodate the expanding busiThe recommendations furnished the ness of the Trust company Mr I owners of the building by Mr ORourk Blscklldge has been a trustee and vicefls a reliable and thoroughly ex president of tho Kokomo Trust com Perlenfed hotel man were sufficient to j opments THEY WILL TAKE PART Honolulu Oct Frank r Barnard 22 of Akron Ohio and rnest C Sprague 24 of Parkersburg Iirginia both of Company TI 27th infantry are dead at Fort Shatter from bullet wounds alleged to have been inflicted yesterday by Private William C McLachlin 21 of Edmon ton Alberta Officers said no cause for the shooting could be learned Mc Lachlin will be turned over to civil au thorities Will SIXTEEXPIECE BAND be an Attraction at Ijunchcon Tomorrow the government early today The re ports stated that the town of Raab London Oct the Associated had been recaptured and that the ra should supervise the 1 Minister Llovd George Carlists were being attacked in the 6trike and bo responsible for its con the house of rear rtuct in the territories within their jur isdiction reporting each night by wire Paris Oct 24 By The Associated ne sjtuation on their lines The board troops of Former is hunting a hall large enough peror Charles are closing in on Budai in which to hold the hearing Besides pest without meeting much resistance tle fve union presidents and gen from the forces opposed to his restoreral chairmen the presidents of 163 ation to the Hungarian throne railroads in the class A group have nd with at oth sides an was in pros answering a question in commons today regarding Eamon De Valeras message to Pope Bendict said the publication of Mr DeValeras mes jsage especially in the middle oi the j peace negotiations constituted a grave challenge WILL LAY CORXERSTOVE Jackson Township School Will be Started Saturday With Ceremony COLORED CITIZENS ISSUE FOR ARMISTICE DAY MEETING them he would be able to msiness up to the high ard which the traveling public has i i learned to expect He left this afterj 1 noon for his home in Kansas Citv to I who will take loan and insurance j for movlnR his andtwo I j sons to Kokomo He will be absent foi j a week or ten days and during that time the managership will be assumed by Mr Balfour People of Kokomo who have come to know the former proprietors so well will regret to learn they will be citizens for only a short time longer Their un tiring efforts to serve the public are i known all over Indiana and the willi Ingness to cooperate with the com1 munity in promoting every worthy pany since Its organization and retains j his active personal nnd financial in Kcep terert In that concern He will share his new office with Ed R Anderson business over to the new location in few days Mr Blacklidge has been so long n his old office that he will be much missed by his business neighbors In East Walnut street all of whom re gret to have him leave that quarter Saturday October 29 at 2 oclock in the afternoon time set for i laying the cornerstone of the new school j The exercises will be conducted un All colored men and women in the i der the auspices of the Masonic lodge city are earnestly urged by a special j Of Greentown committee to meet tomorrow evening President Taylor of Uplands univer at the A M E church at 8 oclock for sity will deliver the oration the purpose of planning participation in the Armistice Day celebration Two Seek Divorce A committee will be appointed toj Two suits for divorce were filed this with the other subcommittees morning by the law firm of Hay Bal arranglng the program I enger Miller One is the suit of The committee issuing the call Is Mary Durr against Russell Durr She composed of the following Charles j charges statutory grounds The other Harvey Garth Peters Rev D W j BUit is that of Roxie May Brunner A sixteenpiece band is one of the things that Doc F S Cuthbert maste of ceremonies at the Lions Club week ly luncheon to be held at the Smith j Goodie Shop Tuesday noon promises I to have on the program in addition to which Doc has several good numbers I up his sleeve for the entertainment of members The attendance prize prom j ises to be much better than the squash which Bruce Gifford pulled down the last time the lions threw a feast according to the advance in formation being slipped to the beasts by the Doc cannot proceed on any other basis PRESIDENT ENTERTAINS HAS AS GUESTS ALLIED MILITARY LEADERS IN AMERICA FOR A L CONVENTION Washington Oct guests three of the most notable mil i itary leaders of Diaz of Italy Admiral Beatty of Eng land and General Jacques of Belgium to be the guests of President Harding today at a white house lunch eon The secretaries of state war Main Street MetKbdist church accordj and navy and Alton T Roberts chair ing to an announcement made today i man of the American reception corn Reports of numerous Halloween j mittee completes the luncheon party pranks have caused some uneasiness among the machine owners With special guards stationed to watch the cars there need be no further cause for alarm Autos Will be Guarded Ample protection will be afforded all owners of automobiles who wish to attend the revival services at the Sewer Nears Completion One party of workmen on the Washington street sewer Is now en In dljrslng the drain which will from the manhole at the corner of Buckeye and Lordemann streets east to Union street while another party Is still pushing the sewer for ward down Buckeye street Only about 500 feet of the main sewer re mains to be finished and contractor Shannon Rev M Davidson Mrs J W Ramey S A Hughes Willis White Mrs J W Christy T C Duggard R A Brown and Charles Winburn MISS GROTTCNDIGK DIES against William C Brunner She al leges failure to provide and that her husband spent his money in gambling and drinking affair has made them hosts of friends They have expressed themselves as j SHE WAS A SISTER OF THE LATE MRS W H TURNER OF THIS CITT sincerely sorry It is necessary to give j up their many friends and a business which has prospered so well The Ed states that health of Mr Balfour has made It comj will be completed within two weeks j pulsory for him to retire from active concrete tile at the upper end of I business for a time and the only alter Find Auto i George Bourff 1401 North Lindsey street and his companion Charles Hicks while hunting Saturday on the old Smith farm southwest of Melfalfa park discovered four automobile tires concealed under a number of corn stalks The discovery of the tires was made known to the police who are making an effort to discover to whom the tires belong fiS m Inches In diameter prej native was to dispose of his holdings years quite a contrast In size to those that he might be able to get a complete Hear the creek which are about 7 feet j rest In diameter Candidates Are Invited Earl B Barnes of the lo al Rotary club at the regular weekly luncheon of that organization today innounced that the entertainment committee for next week had invited the candidates for mayor and candi Jatee for city Judge who will be be the voters of Kokomo in the elec tton to held Tuesday November S lo attend next weeks luncheon The taadidfttei for mayor are to be given i tfbum to apeak it being understood Canadian Boat Wins Raw Halifax Oct Nose of Lunehberg today defeated Elsie of Glouchester In the second Interna tional fishermans race and won the sailing championship of the north Atlantic captured last year by the Glouchester boat Esperanto dick aged sister of the late Mrs W H Turner died at the home of Mr Tur ner her brotherinlaw at 9 oclock this morning of paralysis with which she was stricken Saturday night She had lived in the Turner family all her life except five years and during the i entire time of the residence of the family in this city The funeral services will be held from the home Tuesday morning Ht oclock The burial will be In Richmond Ford and Auto Collide John Lytle 907 East Sycamore street driving a Ford and John Pow ell 920 South Armstrong street driv ing a Buick car had a collision Sun THE WEATHER Fair tonight and warmer Tuesday in creasing cloudiness probably unsettled portion becoming in north that no party politics is to i day at the corner of and La e talked and no personalities exj fontaine streets No one was injured i Both machines were damaged slightly Fire Slightly Damages Roof Fire at 1412 North Armstrong street Sunday morning about oclock called out the city fire The fire which originated from a flue did small damage to the roof over the kitchen The Kokomo Le gion football squad like an army seems to travel best on its stomach Make light of little trou your creditors send you bills burn them Temperature readings today 76 maximum yesterday 6 llast night 48 George Pennycoff Disappears George Pennycoff age 11 disap peared Sunday from the home of his mother Mrs Esther Clayburn 1214 North Lafontaine street according to a report made to the police Mrs Clayburn was of the opinion that George was suffering from an attack of wanderlust and sought the aid of the police in curing him of the mal ady REfllSESlfl HEAR CASE The program today comprises for the most part formal calls required by custom Admiral Beatty will leave by special train for Kansas City Wednesday while Generals Diaz and Jacques will remain here until Friday already has entered Budapest agency dispatch reports At the meeting of the co ambassadors the Influence of the allied powers was definitely thrown against the attempted restoration The council informed the allied representatives in Budapest immed iately to demand from the Hungarian government these things 1 A proclamation of the forfeiture of all rights of exKing Charles to the 2 The placing of Charles under ar rest and his expulsion from Hungary under orders which the allied powers will fix Failing these things the allied rep resentatives are instructed to inform the Hungarian government that the allied powers will decline all respon sibilities and the consequences which might result for Hungary Reports that there exists an agree ment between Italy and Hungary con news While the board today issued a state SUPREME COURT WILL NOT CON SIDER XONPARTISAX LEAGUE CASE FROM MINNESOTA Has Secured Office The Universal Tire Protector com pany has secured an office at 225 South Main street B O Clevenger of this city will be manager of the company and R A Mjithews also of this city will be sales manager in charge of the local office The com pany also has an office at Muncie where headquarters are located and branch offices will probably be es tablished in several other cities in the I state TheLane Real Estate com pany secured the local quarters for j the company Washington Oct supreme court refused today to review the con viction under Minnesota laws of A C Townley president of the National NonPartisan League and Joseph Gil bert manager of its organization de WHATS DOING IN AND AROUND KOKOMO TONIGHT ment saying There is a great reason imril of to hope that the strike will be avert the strong stand of the union ex the strong ecutives as set forth in their accept ance of the boards order to appear here Wednesday indicated a long drawn out hearing Members of the board according to all reports are still unprepared to offer any different basis for a settlement than the proposition made to the union officers last week and rejected by the labor chiefs It also is understood that Washington has no plan to present at least at this time and that the three members of the board who conferred with the pres ident a week ago were told In effect that they had free rein to work out their own solution with the admin istration backing them Whether the refusal of nine of the sixteen standard unions to support the strike hasweakened the brother hoods position or their determination remained in doubt today Union men cerning the restoration of Former pointed out that the brotherhoods Emperor Charles were denied at the j themselves had not expected gen Italian embassy here today It was i eral support and had In fact refused asserted that Italy was not Involved in to sign any pledge to cooperate with any agreement other powers aimed against any London Oct 24 By The Associated British government has notified the Hungarian government that the latter must take all possible CONTINUED ON PAGE TWO FIND SIX QUARTS OF WHITE MULE LAND JACK MARTIN IN JAIL Gross and his raiding squad visited the home of Jack Martin living on the East Sycamore pike near the edge of the city at noon today and confiscated six quarts of white partment Refusal of the court to consider the case was stated by Chief Justice Taft who gave no explanation Indictments on which Townley and brary p m Barker for men and boys over 16 Grace Methodist church 8 oclock Royal Neighbors of America mas querade dance Foresters Academy Joint meeting of Armistice Day Gilbert were convicted charged that Humane Society meeting Carnegie thev opposed military enlistments library south room p m school opens at High school urged that the government be not as sisted in carrying on the war or sale Noon of bonds claiming the bonds j Meeting Health lecture by Dr Charles a portion of a still and a number of bottles and corks said to have been part of a bootlegging equipment Prosecutor Forest Harness filed a charge of unlawful possession of liquor against Martin who was held in the detention room at the police head quarters to be given a hearing in city court this afternon at 2 oclock Jonas Brower Seriously HI Jonas Brower a pioneer citizen and former county commissioner is ser iously ill at his home in Ervin town ship with stomach and kidney trouble program subcommittees Carnegie 11 building p m any other organizations which might Join them in the walkout The four brotherhoods and the switchmen com prising the train service organizations believed union men said that they could tie up transportation without any assistance from other groups They are said to expect the shop crafts and other unions in the event of a strike to maintain a passive neutiall ty and not furnish strikebreakers for the train service The adherence of the telegraphers who will stand fast In their decision according to E J Manion president to the strike pro gram was considered important inas much as they expressed a determina tion to add the final knot In the transportation tieup by leaving train orders unsent Without telegraphic or ders it was pointed out operation of trains will be difficult In a formal announcement the hoard warned the public of refrain from Icose talk and provocative language about either side of the The announcement said There is great reason to believe the strike will be averted The railroad labor hoard has settled 700 disputes between the railroads and their employes in about a year and a half Many of these dis putes contained the possibilities of strikes or lockouts The board is anxious to get the present dispute out of the way in order i that the restoration of sound business I conditions may proceed All good Americans should refrain i CONTINtrEDONPAGBrWO   

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