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Ames Daily Tribune and Times (Newspaper) - November 6, 1935, Ames, Iowa
Pao i frames daily Tribune Ames Iowa. Wednesday november 6, 1935. Quot buy better in Ames Quot Ames daily Tribune times published daily except sunday by thames daily to i Bune times co. 317 fifth Street , Iowa w. S. Dupe publisher Robert Murray managing editor Hollis j. Nord Yacc business manager entered As second Chi is matter at the Post office at a Mea Iowa under the act of july 16, 1914. Official paper to Bury Cornu and the City of Ames subscription rates City Carrier .16 City Carrier one month. .#5 City Carrier three months. 1.75 City Carrier Aix months. 3.25 City Cartier one year. 6.00 Story adjoining counties six months. 2.00 Story adjoining counties on year., 3.bt Iowa outside above counties. Six months. 2.25 Iowa outside above counties one year. 4.00 outside of Iowa one year. 6.00 ail subscriptions must be paid in Advance. Service will be discontinued at Date of expiration unless renewed. National advertising representatives Devine Tenney corporation new Vork Chicaro pea Moines a flan to Detroit and Pittsburgh. Meat Over to a Wise Cracker and a Playboy and gloried in it. Nobody saw anything especially wrong with it a until of course the dept Leaion came and the stupidity of such a move was revealed too obviously for anyone to miss. That tells the Story. That is it shows How far the Boom Era carried us from a sensible approach to the problems of self government. We speak of the damage which the depression has caused and it is very real and terrible but it was the pre depression Era which let us in for it and our collective Folly of that Era is epitomized by the fact that Walker was mayor of new York. So its a Good thing that he s Back. If we work our Way up to another Boom Jimmy Walker will be an excellent object lesson to have around. Pretty smart sustaining member my i Hal in duo rial has Ujj pc if jobs Omilion a friendlier world the Friendly people Are those who Are not competing with one another a Hollo Walter Brown said Bere tuesday and in so saying gave us another slant on the possibilities of the cooperative world toward which we Are groping. Where the goal of a society to the welfare of its members and the enrichment of fat air lives there is room for the amenities which Row Only cast fitful glimmers into the gloomy Rush of our existence. One of the great tragedies of life As it is now and indeed generally has been Brown pointed out is that co Many creative minds Are blighted and fail to contribute Tho great riches they might have Given or Mankind a knowledge and enjoyment. The vital fact is increasingly apparent however that it is within Many a Power to provide for All that favourable environment in which each can Best develop those potentialities which stir within him. Data on a a data a puzzled Reader writes in to ask whether the w Ord a a data is or Are singular or plural. It is a natural query in View of current newspaper and Magazine usage. Much of this usage wed say is singular to say the least. Both literally and figuratively singular. But the traditional and authoritative usage prevailing Ever since this latin word was adopted into the English language is of course plural. A data a meaning a things Given a Are. Possibly All our plurals will be taking singular verbs eventually. The tendency is that Way. Children and foreigners and uneducated natives the chief changers of language tend naturally to use a singular verb with a plural subject thus breaking Down one of the few grammatical inflections left in English. Perhaps some Day we can say unashamed not Only a this data is but a this children the worst thing about a data a like so Many other current words is that people Start using it and then forget there Are any synonyms. What a the matter with a a facts and a information a Book reviews Pratt the red Man s Moses by Elaine Goodale Eastman University of Oklahoma press Nerman $3. By Robert Bruce a 1935 Nea service five. If the abyssinians Are As bad As the italians say we think the latter would want to live in the same country with Era. Of you re bad enough you re Good. In radio some of the amateurs Are making More Money than professionals. You done to have to look twice to Tell that Kathleen fit above newcomer to the cast of the Broadway Success a three men on a horse a is Beautiful but if you assume that therefore she a Dumo you re due to be wrong. Holder of an m. A. Degree in psychology formerly an instructor at Wisconsin u. And a Stanford graduate ii takes some Good acting for Lier to 111 the dumb role. A Canadian Forest is Belivea to to contain remnants of a lost race. Still housewives must have some Way of disposing of their Lim hands torn parlay tickets. Hail to the Symbol of a foolish Era the return of a prodigal son is always a touching tight. Even when the prodigal has been reduced not to the husks that the Swine did eat but to the dainties fare of Swank european hotels it moves the heart to see him drawing up his chair once More at the parental table. And to everybody must have been deeply moved to see Jimmy Walker return to new York. New York gave him a Welcome of course. Whistles blew people leaned out of windows crowds cheered there was nothing missing except a get together on the Steps of the City Hall and a last lingering remnant of Good taste forbade that. It would be foolish to say that new York has gained anything by Dapper Jimmy a return but it would be equally foolish for the Good people of the country to grow indignant Over the fact that he did get a Wel come. After All this Man Walker is a useful sort of Perron. That is he is a Symbol of the things that Wert wrong with us Back in the Gay Days of the Boom and if he can Only keep moving about in our midst i he May save us from the Folly of going Back to those j Days. For Walker after All was nothing More or less j than the incarnation of the Good time Charley. He was triple distilled Broadway with its Virtues As w Ell As its faults. He was decorative and likeable and there Wras Only one thing wrong with him he was the last Man on Earth who ought to have been put in charge of the destinies of the nations greatest City j being mayor of new York is one of the most tre j Mendouse jobs that any politician on Earth can have j from the Point of View of Money spent and people j affected it is a bigger Jota twi the premiership of i Many an Independent nation. In any half Way intelligent social order the electorate would take a moderate amount of pains to fill it with a Man who at least had a sense of so Elal responsibility. But new York Back in the Boom Days picked a Jimmy Walker and liked him. It turned its govern r i newspaper comment Gilbert Over the weekend Sioux City journal Amelia Earhart in a lecture in Sioux City said that if one travels faster than 45 Miles an hour one is safer in an air plane than in a motor car. She might find it difficult to convince a majority of an audience that this is the Case. Yet when one looks Over the weekend death toll for the country As a whole one May be impressed with the idea that Street and Highway traffic is exceedingly perilous to human life. One Hundred thirteen persons were killed last weekend. Without any evidence whatever before continued from Page three c. Mouser and children mrs. Allen Henderson and Bobby were guests All Day Friday of or. End mrs. Lyman mouser. Neis Askelson moved monday into the rooms recently vacated by the Edgar Miller family. Miss Carroll Berry up no Ina week end in Ames with or. And mrs. Leonard Bony. Miss Mary Mcvicker of Ames. I Arent Munday night at the Henry i Peterson Home. Or. End mrs. Arthur Jones re it b de a cablegram monday from their son Flo of Honduras Cap one it is possible for my to return a verdict that close to 113 unjustifiable homicides w ere committed trial America who is on the High in this country last saturday and sunday. For the j my As a route Home for a visit. He automobile fatalities Are homicides the killing of j human beings. And most of them could be avoided and therefore Are not justifiable. Diversion unthinkable storm Lake Pilot Tribune Here in North a est i Iowa we must have our primary Road system paved. I then must come the building and improvement of i gravel roads in the mud districts. This is of the tit most importance. To divert Road funds for building j a free Bridge across the Missouri would be Asun thinkable As any of the numerous attempts that Haw been made to divert the primary Road fund for this i that or the other purpose. Expects to arrive on nov. La. Or. R d mrs Dan Pepper and Kenneth Anderson were Boone visit is Friday afternoon. Mrs Della Mccracken returned to the Home of her list a mrs. J a. Gib in saturday f pm a week s visit at the heme of her daughter in bocce. 11 Elm or aeon of Story City miss Mira cd Iron and Edward Dodd went to Winfield m nday to attend the funeral f a Friend. Or. And mrs. Tem Woodruff attended a Surprise Bridge party Hon it May be said with considerable truth that the modern phase of Indian administration in America revolves about the career of Richard Henry Pratt the founder of Carlisle Indian school. As an army officer Pratt was not in a position to make government policy but As the possessor of a great idea he influenced policy As few men have been Able to do in the last fifty years. Even today the lines Are tightly drawn Between those who adopt Pratt a plan of assimilating the Indian into american civilization and those who would retain the older tribal form of life. Elaine Goodale Eastman draws upon her Many years of personal acquaintance with Pratt and his family in this first authentic account of the Indian educators life and work. No visionary Pratt had the rugged practical Bent of a Man of action. He was a Veteran of the civil War and of several years service in the Indian territory now Oklahoma when the a Indian problem in miniature was thrust upon him in 1875. His army superiors detailed him to conduct seventy Indian hostages selected by lot from cps contented tribes in the Indian territory to fort Marion fla., for incarceration. In the following three years Pratt became progressively a teacher rather than a Jailer to his hostages. This experience coupled with the already successful Experiment in Indian education at Hampton Institute Virginia resulted in Pratt founding Carlisle in 1879. Education it the Indian for citizenship on an equal footing with Whites was Pratt a guiding principle thrum his presidency from 1879 to 1904, and until his death in 1924, perhaps no career in our recent history has Beer of More vital consequence since Pratt a work and aspirations embraced the future of the whole red race in North America. This is the eleventh volume in the civilization of the american Indian series. Elaine Goodale Eastman a interest in Indian life and a duration began in 18s3, when she became a Mem brr of the faculty in the ionian department of Hampton inst j Lute Viginia. She later organized a successful Community school for the Sioux in Dakota territory. When the new office of supervisor of Indian education was created in 1390. She become the first incumbent. Miss Goodale wrap married to i i to or. Charles a. Eastman than a government physician to the Sioux and later Cue of the bes known writers in this tribe. Beth or and mrs. Eastman served at Carlisle Indian school for one year. $99-1900 she is the author of n number of previously published books dealing with the Indian As begin heme today Jean diva ice Rottarr to Montague lawyer delay her to Limner when Moudy Wallack automobile Salesman auks her to marry him. At the Golden Feather Naff it Elna she meet san do huh Kins Olio a Butine Cornice inn i ensue. Sandy introduce Hobby and Jean to Miu and ads. Lem is and Hobby arrange to Well Nome Bond for Lewi. He Well them to Donald Montague. Lewi buy a car i. Alt by Glenn Federal agent. I trying to locate Wing Lewis Bank robber. Ile learn about the Bond transaction and question Bobby. The Honda were a Tole. Larry believe the car Lewi bought a armoured. Bobby undertake to and out. Jean Coe to her Home town for a vacation. Sandy come to see her and she a fret to marry him. Hobby Anda an old Brickyard believe it i where the armoured car Are made. Larry yet proof that Lewis and Saudy both have criminal record. Instead he simply shifted into Low gear kept his foot on the clutch pedal and lolled behind the wheel in the deceptively careless manner which teemed to be his unvarying habit. The doors of the car opened. The two men in the Back seat got out first the red haired Man kept one hand in his coct pocket and the smaller one folded his arms to j Ca t by a Large ungainly something under his coat. They looked casually up and Down the Street and walked into the Bank the red haired Man in the Lead. Then the Broad shouldered youth in the front seat walked up the Steps and stood by the door a sub machine gun in his hands. Phe Bank was quiet and peace Ful inside. Or. Hobart Back now go on with Tiff. Story chapter xxvii a big dark Blue Sedan sped swiftly along the Concrete Road. Its Driver slouched behind the wheel a cig Aret drooping from his lips his air one of Carefree negligence but his Eye. Were Alert Ami Quot a a a h7 his hands held the wheel firmly As at the Cashiers Cage was counting out a thin sheaf of Bills to a Farmer he looked up and smiled a dry banker a smile As the Farmer pocketed the Money and stepped away and raw a Burly Man with red hair lined up against the Wall helpless. The clerk was obediently stuffing currency and securities into an empty flour sack that the red haired Man had tossed to him. The athletic Young Man they called a a Oklahoma was out in front cowing Chance passers by with a sub machine gun. The automobile was waiting its motor humming silent in. A a the Oren or and mrs. Robert Tillot Well As novels and poetry. Mrs. In in Ames wednesday even g. Eastman a horns ii in Northampton no War for us Paullina times if there is any one thing on w filch we Are whole heatedly agreed it is that right now is a Good time for this country to mind its own Bual Ness. Misting witness Rolfe Arrow what we would like to see now in j those cases at Sioux City is someone to come up and testify who Hasni to a criminal record. Alta. M. N. Osmundson of a Quot or Dodge rant last week with mrs. E. J. Chanson. Dan and Norman Jacobson Wen t Sioux City monday in a business trip. Mrs p Vav. Fincham and a it a Massachusetts. Mas spent Wedny Oduy evening with or. Sam Allen. Evi Reft was a dinner guest monday evening of or. And mrs. Orlan Askelson. Fill her up sister Mary a Kitchen the car hummed along at an even 65 Miles an hour. Beside him rat a Broad shouldered athletic Young Man in a Gray suit and a Panama hat. He sat half turned his Arm Over the Back of the front seat so that he could talk to the two men in the rear. One of them was Small and Dapper a Felt hat pulled Low Over his eyes As he raised his left hand to take a cig Aret from his Mouth it could be seen that the hand lacked the Index Finger. The Man beside him was Burly with a Brick red face and sparse red hair. He stared absently at the youth in the front seat with eyes of a Light expressionless blues Pale eyes that when you looked at them seemed to be frighteningly cold and hard. A once again a he said a you say the Gas Button is Back at the Cashiers desk a the Man in front nodded. A a and he can kick it without moving off his Stool a said the red haired Man meditatively. A yeah. That a a Okay. Iti take care of him. Shorty Waits at the wheel Wing comes with me you say you got to do the covering outside Oklahoma a the Man in the front seat nodded again. A yeah. They got me too Well spotted when i cased the in a a the red haired Man frowned a slightly. A we could use you in Ufkie a he said. A i m just telling you a said the wan in front. A a in a not going in that Bank. See a there was a Brief silence. A Okay a said the red haired Man. At last. A a you la be on the Steps the other patted a sub Machino gun which Lay in his Lap and nodded. A with Annie a he said. The car came up a Low Rise swung to the left and came to the outskirts of a Little town. The Driver eased its Speed Down to a sedate 25, and the car Slid silently Down a tree lined Street past White houses that drowned amid shaded lawns. The curb before the Bank was vacant and the car a ostentatiously Drew up to a halt beside it. The this Man wasted no moves. Halfway across the lobby he took his right hand from his pocket. It came out holding a .45 automatic whose Blue steel finish glinted softly in the dim Light. Or. Hobart stared at it his eyes wide open before the first Shock of Surprise had passed he thought with a flood of Relief of the tear Gas installation and prepared to reach out with one foot and touch the Button that would release the Gas. But the red haired Man was ahead of him. In the fraction of a second that or. Hobart was tightening his leg Muscles to move his foot the 18 inches to the Gas Button the Man levelled his pistol and fired. In the ordered quiet of the Little Bank the crash of the automatic was like the explosion of a 10-Inch Shell. Or. Hobart spun half around and gently Sank to the floor oblivious to guns tear Gas and every thing else. A stenographer who was clicking a typewriter a dozen feet away gave a frightened Little scream and looked up with a face As White As milk her hands Frozen to her typewriter. Or. Dunn president of the Bank opened the door to his private of flee and came into the lobby to find a Dapper Little Man confronting him with a vicious looking sub machine gun. Or. Dunn backed against the Wall his hands in the air. A moment later the stenographer and the Farmer joined him there while the Little Man with the gun smiled evilly and gently swung his gun Back and Forth so that its ugly muzzle pointed at one after another in turn. The red haired Man had gone behind the Grille. He East a contemptuous glance into or. Hobart s Cage saw or. Hobart lying motionless in a Pool of blood and motioned with his automatic for the Young clerk to open the Safe. A step on it a said the red haired Man harshly. A i Haven to got All he grinned a wintry sleety Grin that did not extend to Thorpe Pale eyes and added a i got an engagement Down the Road that in a especially anxious not to the fumbling clerk swung the door open. So far everything had gone off on schedule. The cashier had been shot Down before he could touch Driver did not shut the motor off off the tear Gas. The others were 1 to it it there was one thing gangsters had overlooked. Across the Street and half a Block Down there was a four Story Brick building and what the gangsters did not know was that the fourth floor of this building had been Given Over to the american legion for club rooms and that buddy Mcginnis a War Veteran whose right leg was under the ground somewhere near Monteau con. Had chosen this morning to be up there performing his tune Lions As adjutant of the i it everything would have been All right if buddy Mcginnis had not happened to feel the need of fresh air just at the moment that the bandits car had driven up. For this reason he was lounging in a chair by an open window when the Holdup men went into the Bank and in the course of 20 seconds or so he chanced to glance toward the Bank and see a Man standing on the Steps with a sub machine gun in his hands. Buddy took a Long unbelieving look then he nodded his head once slowly grimly and stumped across the room to a Glass Case behind which a dozen Springfield rifles stood in a Long rack. He seized one of these guns stumped to a Small closet and got out a clip of cartridges. Buddy had not been the Best shot in his company or the second Best either and it was years since he had ared a gun but he took careful aim waited until the Blue silk Necktie of the Man with the machine gun rested just on top of his front sight and then squeezed the trigger. Oklahoma spun partly around just As or. Hobart had done. His right hand let go of the gun and reached out for support coming to rest on the plate Glass window of the Bank. For a few seconds he was poised there swaying slightly a pained and uncomprehending look on his face. Buddy Mcginnis watched and waited for him to fall. But he did not fall. Buddy a aim had not been quite Good enough which made ail the difference in the world. The Bullet had punctured Oklahoma a shoulder without touching a Bone and once the first Shock of its Impact was past he was Able to stand unaided Bis feet far apart and his Knees Bent lift his weapon with both hands and Spray a Stream of bullets at the window where buddy Mcginnis was kneeling. Mcginnis had time for one More shot As he saw the machine Gua being raised. It spattered against the Wall of the Bank then the War Veteran ducked out of sight while 20 bullets went zipping through the open window kicking up Little splinters from the Sill and knocking Piaster Down from the ceiling. And then the towns one policeman. Hearing this uproar came running Down the Street tugging at his revolver As he ran. To be continued War horrors exhibited Beloit wis. He a the Mead Allen Post of the veterans of foreign wars has assembled a collection of gruesome relics of conflict and created an anti War museum designed to teach future generations the horrors of Battle. By Mary e. Dague Nua senile i Aff writer not Long ago i was with a group of nutritionists who discuss-1 cd the Virtues of the vegetable kingdom when it was agreed that j Many vegetables beside tomatoes make delightful appetizers for luncheon and dinner. Canned or fresh Are equally Good for generally there is no waste or loss of Vitamin Content and Mineral constituents if the juice As Well is the solid vegetable is made full use of careful and restful seasoning Are essential in preparing appetizers. Lemon juice or vinegar sugar Salt sometimes a Mere sus Pscion of spice a drop of onion ice just a hint of Pepper any or All of the condiment in the pantry can be added to almost any vegetable flavor with appetising effect but All this is wasted if the final product is not thoroughly chilled and served. Cooking Waters Are a stable Tim hater in which celery is cooked cauliflower Brussels sprouts Broccoli carrots Mush la Ait Are usable either made alone or in combination. Tomato and sauerkraut beet and Tomato. Beet and cauliflower Carrot and mushroom these Are truly delicious combinations. A tiny sprig of Parsley two or Thiee very tiny Pearl onions a slice of stuffed Olive a caper or two make attractive garnishes besides adding a bit of distinctive flavor to All vegetable juice cocktails. Tomorrows menu breakfast applesauce Cereal Cream broiled cottage Ham creamed potatoes Graham muffins milk. Coffee. Luncheon spilt pea soup toasted muffins jellied cider salad Ginger bread milk Tea. Dinner beet juice cock Tail stuffed breast of veal mashed potatoes creamed carrots salad of curly endive with Bacon dressing Cranberry prune pie milk Coffee. Fains a auditorium 4 10-5 00 Soprano voice training class music bldg. 5oo 7 of p. In. G. A birthday arty october and november. 6 30-9 00 p. In. Dress rehearsal a growing pains a Field House. 7 or a m. Band practice Annex. Friday to 3 a in. Assembly auditorium. $ of p. In. Presentation of a grow ing pain a Field Bouse saturday s 0o a in. String quartet Annex 9 00-10 00 a. In. Training band Arne. 10 00 a. In. Football Ames it Boone 2ld team Lincoln Way Field. 10 00 11 00 woodwind quartet Annex. 11 00-12 00 a. In. Brass sextet Ann it x. Answers to f est questions after the vegetable has been removed for serving the vegetable Stock can be seasoned and cooked a few minutes this insures a delicately blended flavor for the finished cocktail of course the same vegetable should not appear twice in the meal. The vegetable Stock can be kept in the refrigerator and used to provide contrast in flavor for the next meal or the next Day. Beet juice cocktail two cups water in which been were cooked. I slice onion three whole cloves 6 Peppercorns i Inch stick cinnamon. 2 Tablespoons Lemon juice i Teaspoon sugar few grains Salt. Add onion Clove Peppercorns cinnamon sugar and Salt to beet juice and simmer ten minutes Strain and chill. Add Lemon juice just before serving. Below Are the answers to test questions printed Ort Page one. 1. The Gobi desert 2. Chalet. 3. On of the greatest of russian writers. 4. Switzerland. 5. In Nottinghamshire England. 6. Adolescence. 7. According to the value 8. Georgia and South Carolina. 9. A representative of the Pope behind the scenes in Washington Vav by dutch fib in. I Cir nerf Niue i Urrin it Nodi itt Asi Lington a a your from now than May be two american federations of labor of them operating under another name distillation of confidential reports from labor Leader certain gov i an Cut observers Aud Corre Ovid tits who were at the atlatl special service Bureau room 305, 461 eighth ave new York n. Y. Enclosed find. Cents in Coin tor which please Send me copies of a so desserts a by Slater Mary at to rems per copy. Name. Street. Luv. Nln j tent on diplomatic Mission some a times Calicdan Artlus apostole. To. Alabama Delaware Florida Glim is. Iowa Kentucky Mississippi Missouri. Montana a a Virl Nia Anc. Wyoming. I i school Calendar i wednesday 4 10 p. In. National league intramural Badminton and Horseshoe Central courts. 4 10 p. In. Rhea Sal a growing paint auditorium. 4 la p ii volleyball seniors and a up Huaian to 1st Tram girls gym. 4 1. Of Tenor voice twilling class music b Jug. 4 60 p. In. Volleyball. Seniors and it Piton res 2nd teams girls gym. 0 us on p. In. Or us rehearsal a growing pains a Field House. 7 00 9 of p. In. Scout executive meeting room 4. 7 15 it Orch astr a rehearsal. I up Dix. Thursday j 7 55 i in. Finer squad meeting i room 207. To p n Ruer. I Sag vie Intra j mural a Dipton a to h a Este cd a it a i to p. M lit Btl m. It ii in i Trout til insurgents in Ive Bell f that their salvation Lay in a split in doubtful whether the in Burgents can get a majority because tin Craft unions Are thoroughly Ami rightly frightened by the possibility that their own organizations would to destroyed w ii n e v c r Industrial unionism gained an upper hand in the federation. Fact ions m a to City convention Abow clearly r ,1,. He a Bult be. By. The Indue-1 Quot Quot it the. Trial unionists the Lolita Rollins Quot a j1 a a a Quot Quot Ole Quot As about of narrative raft unionists a a a to . Ami men who bul prelude to ohm will Hap. Hgt a possibilities a sure the minority can to get Thoro Quot Quot 1,1 ,., a a t than 2000 additional votes in Tho the important thins to Remet. I yer by Oak bulbs to a is that the insurgents polled a ted lib ortal unions which Tho nearly i Quot per tent of the conte.-, v Quot lion vote whereas never before j Aam the Issue of Industrial Union a. In i,.sri in i 1 group which looks it. Lewis tem. Had a minority potted even. I ,. U.7m"k r leadership includes work it per cent. In Cement steel rubber aute already there Are two Imper a Obj a it Salt Llo Coke Alt my Umant labor movements the Anuj a jul a Jon which want and the l., the hitter mean Sajtl in organic not plug 8t.v>ra tug i Ive big follow ing act Ual and j us Jon Imide the a. F. At c. I potential of resident John Ruh t 1 it time a shipyard potential in i iceman Juan a mul Vag Lewis of the United mine work worl., Cia. No list Lubovi students concede that the Lac wis group u drat hied Trump Forward us development it machinery Cousin us to displace i workers t Imi i ii of i whither Industrial unionism will grow i id of outside Tho a f. Of i. The Hustle of Atlantic City will continue through the year. Next la la Lewis and his allies will be in the position of trying to get u majority 01 actually threatening secession secession might Entile either through a walkout Trot Quot tit be t a a a a j it Pic i j he id j i Oie a a a to of Levi Lewis Sidney Hillman of the amalgamated clothing workers and Oiler like minded leaders xviii Aid such unions All they can re. Gard less of Tho wishes the a f of i executive Council s majority just As the miners and clothing workers recently helped ii Camden shipyard sulkers it will be Best to watch closely the convention of the United mine workers Here in january. Lewis is Likely to make More of it than an Ordinary convention of an International Union. The politic Impi Alkin of events in Tbs Jabot Hgt id probably will been to Mer of tons than tvs a it Opy Huhl i it j. I Ca imm ice. A. H
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