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   Waterloo Evening Courier And Waterloo Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - March 17, 1922, Waterloo, Iowa                              Th. prlc. Ini of thl> of the Courtar THREE CENTS nil with XrtablljCiei 185C ISM ASSOCLA.TKD PRESS TELJEGRAPB AND WATERLOO REPORTER. WKATHXEFOftXOA8T tonlrht Saturday, nun In west north pcr- SPLITINPftRTY Republican Congress Leaders Angered by Dispatches from Florida- MERRY, M.ERRY TIME is MmCATjiDJN CAPITAL Issue May Be Narrowed to Sales Tax Plan and Fight on House Floor. By MARK SUIAiVAX. Washington, D. C., March 17__ Any reporter with a professional in- terest in political rows must find himself seriously inconvenienced when potential contestants are sep- arated as faras the .distnce'between Washington and -Florida. We will all be happier when President Harding gets back from Florida and all parties to the row are in one ring and within the focus of a sin- gle pair of eyes. "Inspired Dispatches." It is difficult to make out the mo- tive of the dispatches which have been coming from the president's entourage and which are published in Washington in the newspaper which is owned by Harfling's Flori- ua host, but if it is difficult to de- termine the motive in Florida there need be no doubt about the result n Washington. The Republican leaders who are alluded to in these Dispatches are furious and the end OL the situation, which has been de- veloping for the past 10 days or more, is now pretty clearly in sight First the dispatches "said the president was tired of Republican congress comiug to the White House for leadership and then disregarding it. Then they said that Harding would veto the present bonus hill if the Republi- can leaders forced it "thru Final- ly, the dispatches said that Speak- er Gillett, of the house, who is the president in Florida, would refuse to recognize the Republican leaders when they try to push' the bonus bill thru, as has been their plan, under a parliamentary pro- cedure limiting debate to 40 min- That -would 'be an estraor- oinary thing lor the speaker to do under any and it alone would be enough to precipi- tate- row; even if the row'were not sufficiently There is one angle to this rep'orted intention of Speaker Gillett which you wonder just what Hard- Jng'B motive can be and what broad course of action he may have in mind for the future. If Gillett re- cedes from his reported position and lets the Republican house lead- ers have their way, the bonus bill go thru the house without any more fireworks than can be ie't loose in 40 minutes. But if Gillett should really attempt repression there would be quite a different de- velopment. May Be n Merry Time. Some other way will be found to get the hill on the floor, there need .be no doubt of that. But whatever other form of parliamentary pro- cedure may be found, entail a debate not limited to 40 minutes but one that will go far, fast and furiously. In that deb ate if the Re- j publicans in congress, and the Dem- i ocrats as well, say half the things Mabout the administration which I they now sullenly declare they are going to say, there will be a very- merry, merry time indeed. One possible outcome of that sit- 1 nation might be a combination af CTRepublicans and Democrats to re- Vfitore the excess profits tax as a j means of providing the bonus mon- ley, or some other form of unantic- ipated and unwelcome amendment. I Still another development might be Ian amendment providing for a sales I tax to raise the bonus money and la square fight on the sales tax is- Isue. Conceivably that may be the I thing Harding and his friends are for. May .Make Clear Issue. A fight on the clear alternatives lof bonus plus sales tax against bon- liis minus sales tax would bring the Jissue exactly where Harding has al- Iway said he wanted it. If the bon- lus plus sales tax should be defeated after an open fight and a rollcall. the onus of defeating the bonus might then rest on the Democrats and those among the Republicans who refuse to favor it in that form. As a more future looking motive ror Harding's course it may be con- heivable that he would not be dis- pleased to see the present Republi- han majority in the house cut down bonsiderably in the November elec- tions. To any one of the 200 Re- Piublican representatives, each con- ffidering his individual case and at Ihis moment breaking his neck for l-e-election, this is a malevolently Impious and wickedly treasonable But. the ge'neral behind Ihe lines is occasionally called upon lo.consider the larger good at the ftxpense of some sacrifice among in the ranks. Republican Majority Vnwieldy. The present Republican majori- ty is so big as to be unwieldy and Unmanageable. A two-to-one ma- prity makes for looseness for chjsms and blocs. A narrower Jiajority would make for compact- less, teamwork and willing assent 'leadership. That may conr.eiv- bly be the thing that Harding is unwilling to see come about, i any event iherc may be some real slitics in town next week. -The bonus hill in its present brm isn't any nearer to ready mon- Min the soldiers' pockets ihati it .-cr was. The bill, in its .present hrm will never go on tho 'statute links. But if the bonus isn't any ore nearly in sight the in the. party is leaping swiftly joyfully over the horizon. 1522, by York Evening Post, Inc.) 'Former Resident of Adair, Victim of Auto Smashup Denver. Colo.. March 17 Mrs. May Gresdel, 24, Denver, was instantly killed when the auto in which she was riding overturned near Cheyenne, Wyo., late yesterday. None of the other occupants oC the car were hurt. Mrs. Gresdel formerly lived in Adair, la. She is survived bv a brother. C. W. Lee. Des Moines and a sister, Mrs. llattie Burns, Omaha, besides other relatives here. jGov't Turns Liquor Cases Over to State! 1 j I j In Illinois State's Attorney to' i Relieve U. S. Prosecutors i of Cases. WATERLOO, IOWA, FRIDAY, MARCH J7, 1022. UNITED PIIKSS UCAIED TKLBORAPH WIRE IT TO CUT STRENGTH IOWA RAT WAR i 17 TO 24j (I lUeni.-Uibnal Wire) Chicago, March Prosecution! of violators of the prohibition law! was entirely in the hands of state authorities here today as the result ot an agreement reached between the office of the attorney general of! the United States and the stale's attorney of Cook county. Appro.vi-i mately cases that had been! pending in federal courts have been! transferred to the state courts. i Establish Booze Court. Gov. Kendall, Born on St. Patrick's Day, Would Be 24 Again IK's Moinos, Slarc-h Kendall is i-dcbr-iuinc Ills nflv- fourih birthday in ro t'x-proKsions of Ki'utuifttion "If 1 luid I would Kindly j-ivc it (o bo :JI years of Tie .Miurli Patrick's SOS, on gt farm new Miens county, la. OFflClll ST. PffllCICS BH Council Bluffs, la., March A statewide drive for the extermi- nation of rats in Iowa will begin today, according to F. D. Butcher, entomologist of Ames college, and R. Scott Zimmerman, of the state department of agriculture, who were here yesterday organizing farm and civic agencies for the caurpaign. The campaign, is to be held under the auspices of the de- partment of agriculture and will continue until March 24, it is an- nounced. Chairman of Military Affairs Committee Says Proposal ___________ Is False Economy. EACH SOLDIER PROTECTS OF CO-OPERATION IN LEGION DAY nimnrrn nmiParty of Three and Companions SHORTER DRY FUC flFREEOOM Green. Mine Workers' Score-i tary, Says Plan Is to Elimi- nate Long Idle Periods. women companions were kidnaped i and robbed early today by motor' bandits. j Tho .party of six had just Ilirncd from a party and had stopped their car at the apartment i on Jhe! Girls Play Marbles in Boston, Skinning Experts of Pennies Boston, March boys of Greater Boston are making a stand] against feminine assault on a sport' hitherto almost exclusively their own, the game of marbles. I On the sidewalks of the suburbs] since signs oC spring appeared pas-; sersby forced to detour to the curb-! ing have found girls almost as nu-i nierous as boys in the games. The] sisters play for keeps, too, and often i with a skill that has sent her! brothers home marbleless. As a suit, the girls also, nowadays, go j home with hands soiled and "knees I muddied, and mothers find cause to I lament the trend of the times. Another change in the conditions! of the game as played by the new generation is the substitution of I pennies for the agates and glassies! that were the objects of roll in the old days. pal court; were to confer today re-! garding the establishment of a! "booze" court, to be presided overi by a special judge who would heart only cases involving violation of thei dry" law. Federal prohibition agents here' will continue to gather evidence otl infractions of the antiliquor but the local United States district I attorney's office is relieved of all-' responsibility for prosecutions. May Apply Elsewhere. it is understood that one reason for the withdrawal of the federal government from prosecution wns that most of the cases are in the nature of misdemeanors and hence regarded as too trivial to warrant the attention of federal prosecutors Similar procedure, it was Three youthful bandits covered Iho party with guns and forced i Appropriation Bill for at Washington. D. c. 17_ Least Men ''Fullest co-operation" with the _____ American In Its employment campaign next Monday to find (By the Associated Press) j jobs for unemployed vet- Vvasliiiigtuu, C., March eraus of the world war was urged vvarniiig members of congress statineut issued today by Sec- talse economy is the poorest I-abor Davis. of Chairman Kahn ofi "During our emergency" he said uie nouse nimury affairs commit- "they served us, offering their all' atfn, nf !'hd during consider- and placed the national interest hi It Appropriation above their own. H now the dutvl oui, that a reduction in the size of of all good American citizens tb! me regular army to J enlist-1 see that they are provided for Thev i men and otiicers, as no charity, but only a chance i Uie measure, would be al-ito render further service in honest' too drastic a cut at this! employment. i r. i party wiiii guns Financial Support Probably from lho ;uun Be Offered Union Leaders in East, Belief. 1 Hy (lie Associated Xmv Vorli, Mai-i-li 17. piilkifs f.iiimiitu-o of I He mil coiil operators touring cur. Festival Utilized in Vigorous Campaigning for Free State Treaty. PITCHED BATTLE AT CORK OPENS DAY'S FESTIVITIES lorceu j stmet s Band, Ushering in Feast Day, Is into an expensive! 'I'ho bandit cm- wns driven mad- by out- of the youths. At thp oulKkirts or the city In jcw- in taken fom the six lint! they wnrfi (hen .Hhovcd from the auto. Fired on by De Valerites and One Man time." The that "Work iniikes the Hag fly. Help! n A ni rt pi n K i Rates from Iowa to St. Paul, Minneapolis, Are Ordered Washington, D. 17__I tRaiiroad freigh't rates from Indiana points to St. Paul and Minneapolis were held by the. interstate com- merce, commission today to be too high in comparison with rates to I the same points from Illinois, Mis- souri and Iowa territory" equally distant from the Indiana cities. Passing upon complaint of the In- diana public utilities committee, i the federal commission ordered i railroads participating in the traf-i fie to equalize the differences by in-j creasing the rates in. the territory' which now has the lower basis J Both class and commodity rates are! affected. Pope Lets Cafe Corned Beef, Cabbagel on St. Patrick's Chicago, March is St. i Patrick's day. it is 'a grea for the descendants from the 1 aid Isle And on top of thi: or the leading restaurants in loop today is serving corned and cabbage for 15 cents. This ,menu of the celebrated Irish dish, is the result of a wagei made a year ago by Michael F Ma- loney, who for more than ?0 years has been manager of the cafe. At that time Maloney told friends that it Ireland became a free state with- year he would serve corn beef on St. Patrick's day compromise the controvertiy on a ivhci-chy tlu: 'Nvill jnovido frtir luU time eniploviiiciil to ils workers, they rti-i: Woman Who Cuts Church Flags By United Press HubHn, .March Ireland cele- mued St. Patrick's day by hailing p.J triah e ntatlonal festival was utilized support the peace will enal customers lit jt lo pay." declared this the greatest St. Patrick's rfav Ireland has ever de- Kan .loSP, Cal.. Maroh IT o- Irelanrt W" Ml churches have been the iiis1 fh ?'Ve-rer and de- behnvetl 8tOOd the by tllfl I'nprcoaredness Costly. He suggested if congress was de- termined to effect a reduction in the interests of economv, that the enlisted strength should'uot be de- creased below men. Reviewing the military situation to Allied Gov't Views on Rhine Payments Washington, D. r., March tho past foul Ims slashed to ribbons Amer- ican flags hanging on the altars and utmut the'miditoritim.s of three churches. At tho (trace Baptist churcli thei kVllJl t hold of freedom. Michael Collins, head of the pro- (By united Press> oh M 'uiciiloritims of three South Cork area Indianapolis Ind Mim-h 17 !'cne8- sevprni ,h2-' addreMe< a Green saiil all bhune for the ,-.-_, -j H.JF j u u j 0.11 I UL; [litJIlLlCcll II OT. OS I i in in u iv u- prior to the entrance of the United which will be .sent to tho allied eov ers< to meet union rep- wav' the cliair-jei-nmoiHs setting forth the views of '-esentiitives in interstate wage cou- United States on Us demand Provided by iho existing Aftermath of ...----------------.4.... am i pnil (Iitures or the American people for! the qmFpt i -McKeown. was to speak at Mullinger and other mid- land while further protreatv demonstrations were A special dispensation from the pope had eliminated the day from during the len- I'er Capita Cost Only A comparison of our national! eminent was endeavoring to wealth with the number of soldiers j without undue harshness in now maintained in the regular i matter of payment, the house was iuformpri ILSi------ i. ii ij ciiiti gov-i bituminous coal fields of the United act! States will take pi nee April tliejvvby? The answer is. because cer- [taiii coul operators in the central Roads Meeting Opened at Paris, in South Another Day St. Augustine. Fla., March 17__' President Harding had an addi- tional day vacation to look for- ward to today as a result of his' decision to delay his departure for: Washington until tomorrow An-i nouncement of the change'in the: president's plans was made late yes-1 terday. He plans in the me; tcT obtain as much benefit as ble from his golf in the m tioiiiil security to of the total of our na- tional wealth." ______ of these soldiers is at the; Paris ill March 17 T oTOffirv [ntinsf and i road's mteing6 select a route Cor theii constitut ona? riefitS in BiF Four trail west the oil-v- The! mands. Parti riSnt? m "Vf11-; delegations are advocating various i with reference r i. riniUi was arrested 1.000 natives, armed with assembled before tho police and demanded his release but were dispersed by police. Farm Bureau Wants in Stockyards Suit ryiifTng of events lead- i ,r, Kansas City, Alo., March ,urge up to the impending shutdown i American Farm Bureau will the lot mining operations discussion le of agriculture the taking place among people in all i the ac- Hiis walks of life regard ng the merits the department alleg- fuse to meet the miners tor the pur- u new wage pursuit per of population." lara roaas meeting to be held this i walks ot: life regarding the mcrito! ule "epuruneiii aiieg- to Eelect a Cor Uieinnd demerits of the miners' de- Vn" I'' of cicnce with RIP- pom- fn.il nr Part icula H v is this irue i AIlstletoe Livestock yards n ere is -1 U. VVoolte, delogai.ed by the federa- health, happiness a'ud All this at a cont of; T six-hour day aud five-day week. Ait uus at .1 tpbt oc: Gov Len Small was to be thoi UndersJand. t M w   i. They do not want to be idle rttyS "eilttlty ir.g 135 days per year. They want I to work more days per year. So Sleuth Recovers Stolen Securities Council Bluffs, la.. March 17__ Eight thousand dollars worth'of bonds and securities, stolen from a Des Moines bank in June, 1921 were recovered here late yesterdav by H. V. Yackey, state agent. Xo arrests have been made. Yackv refused to divulge, details of the finding ot the loot. MERCY RECOMMENDED FOR CONVICTED SLAYER ployed decreased from se era! thoi I ShP sand to 350. She ?eorla. 111., number of d Clmitinilfll C1 hiflwnrt Proposin g a six-hour day and five! pcl. week, they intend that t stead of working less days per year. Rosa! they will be permitted to work more) killed her! days per year. for Double Murder Washington. D. C., March shot and he r neriaays por.year i for the murder of a storekeeper ._T i detective. The tra.p snapped She was the! Holmes Me-; Guffey, author of the McGulYcv1 reader. i TAKEN BIGGEST OR! Hooch Captured in Shipment of Cabbage Miami, Fla., March ceaied by crates of tomatoes, cab-; bages and grapefruit. liquor valued' at was seized here and at Fort Pierce today from freight cars' prohibition officers. No arrests were made. Four hundred and thirty-seven' cases of liquor, the agents said were taken from a car at. Forti Pierce. .i  .c ,.t_v asiceji umay.: i ne miners proposal tor a snort-; and a detcc a match to see if he was j er woyicing day and shorter working at 10-40 calmly dressed, and surren-l week, aside from humane reasons.! The boy was to police. offered as a solution oC the prob-! week's stay, to to "I The trap snapped hanged after a get right with "TI-Q V i um-ieu iia iisuuiLiun OL me prou- wocK y to irel rieht with .ilkv Crude God." elapled, Thf some may say. hoy appealed in vain to President nv FORO ILL BUTTLE ILL STREET gilty, recommending mercy in the case of ar-aj. Lee H. Coart. former army officer, charged with the mur- der last fall of A. B. McXiece. for- i i (Schooner and Smugglers from! Bahamas, Loaded With Big Cargo, Is Captured. Attempt Made to Rob Express Car Galesburg, til.. March o..o uusciciiuiu: some may say. appealed in vain tc t stand itj Well, who has offered any other so-: Harding to save bis life. jlution. or who has made any prac- tical or constructive suggestion for! j the purpose ot relieving mine nn- I employment? i j Cut Impcralivf. j fBy tho AsKiiuiatecl I'russ) Xew York, March i cite operators today notified minoi workers that a deflation in the cost i of production was imperative and( that readjustment of wage rates j was the first necessary step in re-i I ducing the cost to the consumer and i insuring continued stability of the: industry- j Replying to the demands] ade by the miners at a conference! PICTURE INDUSTRY flCCEPTS BY PflTRONS busy thru- vi'" The former.''pres- ident of the Irish republic" beran a tour of the south. He addressed near Tipperary during the .week-' were planned for" opponents; Sinn Feiners and This Pitched Battle at Cork Cork, March A. pitched bat- tle between members of a Free St P.'SRS'. vas celebrating day- and' a group of [K nan "tremists, refulted ?n the killing of one bandsman and- wounding of two bthefS Promptly at midnight a bras? band a, welcome to the national holiday. On iU march thru' tr. st was -met by tr. y e De Valeraltes who attempted to dis- perse the musicians.- Some of the extretnigts opened ni-e and three bandsmen fell. The fire was returned from the ranks of the band, a republican-- beinr se-- riousiy .wounded. After a Hght, the eonteitants- vere separated by the arrival of militA-y police. Empire Day. Ixmdon, March 17. St. Patrick's celebrated thruout the British empire today. Irish societies in England, and in the coloniesrnsade a holiday of -Ire- land's national fete day. Rejoieiair' took the form of celebrating estab- lishment of the Irish Free state The Gaelic league holds an Irish music festival at Queens hall here tonight. This morning the Irish guards pa- raded at Windsor Castle. Queen Alexandra's shamrock -was distrib- u'ed to the troops. Similar parades of Irish regiments thruout the em- pire were ordered. NT Yorfcers Celebrate. New York, March 17._lrlsh men- and women sympathizers began ear- ly today to make this the greatest Arnica celebrated San FVlIce Z Tor ISc clpar. Iowa's most popular KmoJco. Radio Radiations A new department for radio fans as well as the layman who -would follow the devel- opment of wireless transmis- sion of sound will make its first appearance in rioer jfwning Conricr tomorrow eyeiiing. hook for .it in each Satur- day 3 issue lollo.wi.ng. J [schooner, a big' moving }.touring cars and 24 prisoners' were I seized early today by the special service stiuad oC ill.-, customs ser- vice in 3 spectacular raid on an i abandoned pier at the foot East' Tiffany street, the Bronx j It is the biggest, single seizure made by the authorities since the prohibition law went into- effect here. j The captain of the schooner gave I tlie name ot John Johnson, but is jsaid to be David Melferon, Glc-u-! cester. Mass.. regular captain of the schooner. The whisky is said to have been brought here Crom Nas- hua and the Bahamas. The custom men believed that the abandoned! old pier has lone been used as a landing place tor smuggled liquor and think they nipped one of the ciggest smuggling conspiracies un- covered since prohibition went inlo effect here. >1 "7) miles from here, last night when robbers threw several .I116 exPress car. presumablv the intention of returning la- ter and recovering them. The ex- suspect is held here.'amS C l" HIGHWAYS U. S. Oeyiartment of AsrriouUure Weather Bureau Charles City. 17. (TncUided in the terrnury omiir.-u-ed in tiic subjoined report arc the toxvn-i or Albert Lea. Minn.. Alsrona. Charles X-fty. Cedar Rapids. Davenport. Den Moincs. Karfbault, Minn. Crcsse. Wis.. JIason City. Itarshall- t.own New Hampton. Postvllle. -Water- loo and -a K A m T moads fuJr to rood; will con- tinue -to impixjva rmlns occur. uj i dc at. .1 i the operators contin-! ued: Tells People of South He With-. "u Js tho" prosper- f wuuin nt and Work in the anthra- cite field must cease unless the price of anthracite coal can be re- duced to a figure which the con- sumer can pay." "We are says the're- was a great parade -th avenue which was to start afternoon with about' m line. Thirty bands tuned" up for Irish airs. As in Ireland, celebrations here, were to take the form of treJcom- intr the birth of the Irish Free state. A few republican demonstra- tions were planned but suMKJrters of Collins and Griffith werem the majority. Balis and fetes thruout greater, ;.New are planned tonight. List or Issues the Associated Press) j Belfast March an inch of Ulster territory will be yielded. Ireland, speakers at the j Kiikeel Orange ineetinr last: eve- ning declared. Harry Mulhoiland, member of the j ulster parliament, son of Lord Bun-. Orange- Spend Every Resource to Protect Interests. Hays, in "Inaugural cnommK l-sion established by the Anglo-Irish ;treaty. x "Before we yield an inch of our Promises Right Kjnd of Entertainment. (By Detroit, claring that do in this w source and influence (By Hie Associated j territory to the rebels they wiU- jhave to kill 20 or 30.000 Oranre- jmen." he declared. "If such a, (tiling is attempted thousands or men in the colonies wii] flock the Associated Press) "that if in our negotiations! Xew York, March 1S Mich.. March 1 7 this absolutely Controlling factor is'1.10" Picture industry looks upon the i colon Kit "if it's the last thing T hept constantly in mind we shall be j "emands made upon it by the Amer- ulflerj worm, I'll exert every re-iable to reach a coirclusion which as a challenge which' r> nd influence at mv com-! Promote the welfare of all con-! a.re accepted to the ultimate, i-oork thn ft- n A T-T i w j messed a ceremonv ,.t Promote the welfare of all accepieu to the ultimate, de- mand to keep the hands of Wall cerned and with this hope we Will H. Hays, the new chief m no ----1 fn rnnKiiiar o I of the industrv. in history when, as a part of the St. ciiauu 10 seep me nands of Wall cernea ana witn itiis nope we are LlaiK" nays, the new chief street off Muscle Henry I prepared to consider, thru the industry, in addressing a today broke his silence, tiating committee, any matter per- meeting here last night. A gather- tained during the last twp months to wages and working con- ?f more than persons in with regard lo his offer to lease and'i ditions presented by either party." eluding more screen stars than perate the government water pow-1 A. K. I., to Aid Strike 'ever assembled in r project m Alabama. Ford made i Washington. D. C-. March 17.__l1'lace. heard Hays deliver I le Statement rnr- i i Rural nn Tricolor. Dublin today ceremony unique In its Patrick's day celebrations the trooping of the tricolor occurred in Marlborough Hall, which was re- anV one v Saturday; probably ruta la wMt xtorth porUonz- mncU -in Smoke DIAMOND ti to Iss't puff. not er project m Alabama. Ford madej Washington. D. C-. March heard Hays deliver his "inau- the statement in response to an in- Financial support Tor the united j g.ural address" on taking up the du-1 tiination that, because of his silence.; mine workers will be forthcoming ues of tne position for which he re- rue people of southern states had! from the American Federation from Presiednt Harding's negun to wonder whether he after the walkout scheduled 'cabinet. in 1hc. Project. I for April I. according to views in I "The industrv accents thP "Tell these people of the south." Tabor circles today following the i lenge he Vaid "irf tlJ Ford sn.d. "that Wall street will! announcement of .Samuel Gompers. i he -Vmerican vo uh that have no part, either in financing or i the federation president, that thei w operating Muscle Shoals, if T can entire American labor movement I nd of help it. If it's the last ,hing T do would back rhe -soft coal miners. I accepts hef Til exert cverr resource anrt in-1 cause or the miners is just." eons demanfllof nuence at my command to keep the! Gompers said, "and In that thr can i hands of Wall alreet off the Shoals thc-v have the united and ,m-l I aliluse- j project and perpetuate it as a great swerving support of organized la-i'lheYr valIIP V, n ,6 of e. i Krti- ineir.vaLue as thp most nnfotit cently evacuated' by the British now is occupied by Irish' On former St. Patrick's it has been the trooping of the' Union Jack in Dublin Castle. s iNow .for the first time in Erin's history the Irish flag was similar-' ly honored. I project "and perpetuate it as a great i swerving support example to the American people__j bor.1' a living example of what they can! do if they will safeguard Ihe "coun-i .T... H1 U U I try s water power and develop If you respect Stick to t .JUULII ,'jc itheir.vaLue as the most potent fac- tor in the country's future. 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