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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - April 24, 1922, Mitchell, South Dakota
The evening Republican a vol. , South Dakota monday april 24,1922 number 175france to enforce pact Gerard Diplomat says newest treaty warns against russian pact1 italians heal latest breach i for mar ambassador to Germany predicts military Alliance will come next Steans polish death int in to most a or Miti Ino of vent since a Mistok Day he thinks to a fames a. Gerard Cornier ambassador to Germany it a York x. Y., april 2 4.�?what i have for a year or More predicted tip Mcches and articles has happen 1 Germany forced into a Corner by i. Demand for sums greater than i no wrung from the. German peo it has chosen to make an Alliance Vith Russia and to seek from the be i Nom in benefits to be drive from such a Alliance the wherewithal to pay for pressing creditors. Few people realize that for years it commercial language of Russia German that Tho educated part it of the population of the Baltic states s germanic and that i rom the men of German descent in those states to of. C Hosen Many of the Hest generis my administrators of the old Russia. And As surely a night follows Day Ore will follow a military Alliance tween Germany and Russia. France May Well fear the Day when file hordes of Russia drilled and disciplined by germans led by germans. With All the vast resources of Russia administered by germans will pour across Europe in that constant hive to the West which seems a brute instinct of All europeans. Tim new Poland will disappear me More partitioned Between Germany and Russia. So More important and startling Merit than this Alliance has happened since that armistice Day when rim Kaiser s Empire fell. Copyright. 1922. By the evening Republican at Genoa meet crisis which threatened to disrupt conference seems to have passed commissions Are Busy russian re i in striation is actively ski Ork spec i avg body of experts now French or Keable Genoa. Daly. Pril 24.�?the French delegation announced today that it a willing to subscribe to tin proposed pact under which Tbs Tacitus nations would agree to abstain from aggression. Provided it was Hack by proper guarantees considered especially necessary in View of the Russo German treaty. New treaty rumoured London eng. April 24.�? \ Central news dispatch from says today a it is Learned unofficially that the red soviet russian representatives Are negotiating a my Sci treaty with Hungary giving Mutual support against Rumania and the Little Church service at Oakland broadcaster to immense audience by associated piers Laws d wire Oakland cal., april 24�?rock Ridge radio station yesterday broadcaster a Complete Church service Sermon choir music and offertory to an audience estimated at 50,000 persons. It is believed this is the first Complete service the air has tarried the service was conducted in the Mush room of the radio station by the Rev. Lloyd c. Sweetman pastor of the St. Andrew s methodist Church of san Francisco and a male choir of i three voices. It was received at St Andrews Church in san Francisco and Given to congregation by a loud speaking receiving device and was also heard by fraternal Homes hospitals j fire and police stations equipped with radio receiving sets As Well As Many private Amateur stations. Faulk Farmer i is shot Down with own gun Poincare says germans must pay indemnity Premier declares that France will not hesitate to act alone if necessary sees peace at stake ii wee m a quit bar Lxi duo. Franco. April 24. A Premier Poincare Amny unit Al in a so Eek hero today to int if tile Trench delegation at Genoa is Mill not go ahead with its work Lin tier the agreed conditions trance would regretfully have to to a a Partick it Ati ii Iii the conference. Night intruder my Willim Monroe v he enters Home in the dark. This map shows Russia and Germany which have entered into an economic treaty. Direct land communication Between these countries which was possible along a Long Frontier before the War. Is prevented by the states set up by the treaty of Versailles. How Long will these states a Able to withstand the Russo German interests especially Dolan cd How Long will Russia and Germany be Content to Trade Over the Long water route which ice closes part o f the year. At the left is Rathnau the German and at the right is Tchitcherine the russian who Nego hated this treaty. Tariff Power for president Smoot says provisions to Bill offer logical basis for future adjustment woman voters turn editors on wednesday mrs. Of. P. Weller to be c Hief mrs. Kelley and mrs. Davis assistants the Davison county league of women voters will have Complete charge of wednesdays Issue of the evening Republican. Mrs. Mara Pepper Veiler will be editor in chief of the paper and mrs. P Kelley and mrs. Ii. E. Dawes will be assistant editors. Among the editorials will he one of the various types of City government one on a True citizenship a one on co operation Between parents and teachers and another in reply to by associated press leased wire Washington. D. Cd april 24.�?provisions in the pending t Riff Bill which would authorize the president to increase or decrease rates and proclaim american valuation were described today to the Senate by senator Smoot. Republican Utah As not Only offering a solution of the particular Tariff problem now before Congress but also As a suggesting a practical basis for continuing scientific adjustment of the Tariff in the a once they Are understood a senator Smoot said. A a i believe every i member of Congress will Welcome i them As legislation which will in part free us from dealing with Burden a some details and from the exaction of putting through a general Tariff revision in a single Tariff commenting upon the time Neces Spry to iring out the present Bill. Sen i Ator Smoot who is tile rat King re publican on the finance committee which deals with Tariff questions said i it must be expected that a every con i seen Titus revision of the Tariff will a encroach to a greater extent than i the previous one on the time of the legislative calling attention to the fart that the finance committee had stricken i from the House Hill provisions auth a Drizing tile president t a negotiate reciprocal treaties with other countries and to impose a penalty duties against products of countries which impose what might lie regarded As unreasonable duties against similar pro dues of the United states. Senator Smoot Committer proposed that the statements made by mrs. Margot As said Theno it h while she was in America re United states should apply one tar the editorial of the Day will j Iff to All countries alike with the a to that countries be taken from the woman citizen. A Tural exception of Cuba and shall he Edith m. Shank of Mitchell will i Force All countries to give to Ameri contribute an article on the free Chil i can products treatment Equa Drens heal conference to be held which they give to other r Ray in May in Mitchel land mrs. J. Sweney has written an article on South Dakota. Laws As related to women and two articles have been written by mrs. S. M. Grunland. One is called. The league of women voters what is it a and the other is Quot Why Noe every House a Home a mrs. A. G Railer will contribute an article in Quot motor traffic and mrs. A. J. Curtis has written an article on a a report of the state convention written by mrs. Fred Hoffman will also appear. Several other article have also been secured by the editors for this edition. Women voters meet tuesday pan american conference ends per i a n ent Union is suggested by Delegate former sub chasers now used As whiskey smugglers is charge by a Ocia cd press i eased wire new York. N. A. April 24.�?a bootlegging scheme whereby liquor was a a a in glad into this country from Ber i h Ilda and Cuba on former submarine chasers commanded by officers Wera a tile uniform of the United states avy has been unearthed it was an a minced today at the customs House i the former Chaser iou renamed Fig is has been seized with her com r Der and Crew of seven the announcement stated. Custom officials claimed to have 1 or it. R de from the Crew a Story to the commander to the the chasers cargo of liquor. Weather report by associated press leased wire los Angeles. Cal., april 24.�?"the flies investigation Quot which county officials promised would he made of the raid at Inglewood a yesterday morning when one Man was killed and two wounded one possibly fatally was expected to a Center about an inquest Over the body of the dead Man either today or tomorrow. While members of the staffs of the District attorney the sheriff and the Coroner combining forces for the investigation. Declared they were convinced the raid upon the residence of Mathias and Fidel Elduayen was Quot the work of a Well organized . Coburn. Los Angeles attorney and grand Goblin of the Pacific Domain the Knight of the Kun flux kb., told newspaper men. In answer to direct questions that if any member of that organization participated. They had done so without official Sanction. Toe dead and injured men. All peace officers were declared by Eugene Biscailuz. Under sheriff to have been members of the masked and armed band estimated at from 200 to 250. Which raided the Al Duay in Home because of the reported belief that the Elduayen Brothers were bootleggers. The band subjected the household to fear and brutality. I to Young girls to indignities and the men to kidnapping and threats of death. Frank Verner night marshal at Inglewood responding to Calls from neighbors of the Elduayen. Was halted by masked men. An Exchange of shots followed. M. B. Mosher Mast and seized of the league tomorrow Quot min i Constable of Inglewood was mortal Werc going on. Th1 delegates to Hie by wounded dying six hours later in i pan american conference of women j a Hospital. His son. Walter also his which ended last night with a Sympso Deputy was shot in the Arm. Leonard sum on the a great women of All the Rigg. A special Deputy sheriff was i americas a met informally to consider Phot in the Abdomen and May die s. D. Represented South Dakota is represented at the National league of women a a Oters convention by seven delegates who also a attended the pan american women conference last week. The delegates Are or. John l. Pyle. Huron state president miss Alice Lorraine Daly candidate for governor on tile nonpartisan ticket and head of tin state department of women Iii Industry of league mrs. I. L. I of let of Sioux palls chairman of the efficiency in government department ails Gladys Pyle of Huron National organizer for so nth Dakota mrs. Prank b. Smith and mrs. Paul Bowman of Deadwood and mrs. Ann Luby of Sioux Falls. Russo German treaty Means Little to America declare commercial experts of u. S. Washington d. A. April 24.�?theact. Nor manufactured goods. Russo German treaty restoring full i Money. Nor diplomatic and Trade relationships Between Germany and Russia is of Little immediate signify am e in a business or Trade Way. According to Uncle same a commercial experts. Its present importance is Politico not economic they maintain. However. Its commercial importance May be of tremendous value to Germany ii another generation. By. Julius Klein chief of the Bureau of foreign and Domestic inc rec. Declare that whatever the effect of the treaty May lie politically it is not Likely to Weld effect Vively the economic resources of tile two Counti ies. Allen Goldsmith departmental expert on German and Russi in Commerce. Says that for the present at Bast dealings Between the two countries will have to be primarily on a basis of barter and that this to Ade is not Likely to affect greatly present currents of Commerce. R ii is nods a the big advantage of the treaty says Goldsmith. Quot is that if puts Germany in a position to chitin full commercial inform Cine proposal which May a Rak possible some considerable exchanges Between the two countries How Var is that Russia Supply raw materials to Germany Germany to pay for these with finished products produced in German factories. For a to Many a part in this train minion. She would have left a Large Pirt of this material for her own use or for Sale and Export in finished form to Coni j other countries. The big advantage Quot Russia neds. More than anything else. Structural materials and textiles. Germany has these for Sale. But until Russia is Able to pay in something More substantial a Han paper ruble., tile problem of Ber Trade will require something Inora than a mete treaty with Gimp adj. A the f ult Ivity of left fad Contact s with Russia in lf1 Home general Basits for credit or stint a a action of a Russia s ability to produce the wherewithal with which to pay would seem to in illustrate in the practical failure of Cir eat Britain s Trade agree j moot entered into a year but Goldsmith believes that if. By associated pro leased wire Genoa. Italy april 24.�?another crisis in the economic conference was passed last night when the German delegation announced after a Long session of its delegates and fre fluent communications with Hie russians and italians that the germans would not reply to the note of the it ten Powers stipulating that the signatories a expressly Reserve Tor their j governments the right to declare null and void any clause in the Russo German treaty which May be recon no Zed As contrary to existing treaties. J the germans also decided to Settle by private negotiation the Dif Caribou. Head of Hon. And the German Chancellor. Or. W Irth. Which arose through m. Barthou a written charge that the germans had made untruthful statements. Italian arc peacemakers Premier fact and foreign minister Schanzer of the italian delegation Are believed to have been responsible for this peaceful settlement of what threatened to be a hopeless Barrier to real Progress in a he conference economic and financial Woik. Has been rather a bad Day conference. Easter the signing of the create Ferenee Between m. O the French delegation sunday for the Genoa sunday brought Nill a Quot Vire up i on Lim Ypma Rolny Ca land upon returning Horn Monroe lot us of. From via us and on a Tho family no at Tho front do. And a atm and port Nan i to . Drove around to i Karl a it. A. No Rar la Dur France april 2 4.�? Fra Nee will if necessary undertake alone to see that the treaty of Versailles executed if the germans default in their reparations. Premier Poincare intimated in a speech before the general Council of the department of the Meuse today. The thirty first of May when the germans must either accept hic conditions Laid Down by the reparations commission or default in their payments an important Date for i Ranee said the Premier. It is France s duty he added Quot in full Independence Quot to assume the duty of maintaining the integrity of the treaty. Must enforce treaty Quot Alt we have Ever asked Anil All we ask today is the execution of tim said m. Poincare and that we must have and shall have. Tho peace of Europe depends upon it. Our future and our National Prosperity depend upon it. Quot it is not by precipitate action or decisions by reflection that we May obtain it. It is methodical action. But it must be the Premier declared he ardently hoped for the co operation of the allies in Case Germany defaulted. Will not Compromise Quot but according to flu terms of Tho treaty Quot he added Quot each May in Case of need. Take respectively such measures As arc deemed necessary Monroe Farmer residing two mibs j and we shall not suffer it that our from Here. Was shot to death with his own revolver shortly before Malnig saturday night As he was about to enter the House after returning with his family from Faulkton. Two suspects Are under arrest. Posses sunday used blood hounds in an Effort to apprehend the Assassin who is believed to have been ransacking the House during the family s absence. Monroe an his family had been attending a school play at Faulkton hired Man held Huron s. In april 24�?clifford Chambers hired Man on Tho will Monroe farm near Faulkton i in jail at Redfield this morning it liar cd with the murder of Moline. Bloodhounds brought from Mitchell sunday found a glow near the scene of the murder anti traced the noir Doper to a place nearby where a la or a bail been tied. The Hor Trail a followed into Faulkton where it turned and led Baek in a the Monroe stable. The mate to the Glove of a a Utida near the Mem of the murder belonged to t a in Ber. A shot gun and so no Silver Ware taken from the Monroe Home were foil in in a Creek. Faulkton. S. In april 4�?william notes and Portugal to Germany. Hich for the moment re opened Tho id wound that had partly healed. A hot about to Miter was fired ult Tion which she May later to and i 25 Vebarr from now. Germany is nine Varl Quot re. Quot what Trade is developed for the present will be largely a matter of tatter and Russia just now his Little w the which to Trade on that basis. So has a considerable Stock of furs which May be traded for German textiles. But. Generally speaking she a neither agricultural prod one is dead in Kun flux raid two other peace officers wounded when they answer Call Krom victim to dominate russian Commerce she May reap a Richie Ward from her present move. Never Good c comrades or Klein on the other haul. Is convinced that Germany and Russia. Never will be harmonious bedfellows. Quot the German is loud in his protestations that he better than anyone else knows Klein says Quot it in t so. The average russian has much nearer the Point of View of America than of Germany. He likes americans Hefter than Gorilla is Quot and. On the other hand. America understands better the needs of Russia and can More clearly meet her demands. We never will let Germany act As a feeder of american products into Russia. When Ameri. _. A Monroe s head. French dictated note later the note was written to satisfy the French demands for the More definite exclusion of Germany from All discussions relating to russian problem. D also Asse a s specifics that it had never been suggested that tim London proposals afforded no basis for discussion in the conferee e that the German delegation was a a a a to conclude a separate treaty with Russia. After making Tho reservation with respect to the Russo Gorman treaty it declares Quot the incident May now be regarded As . In fill quarters today were Beard words of Praise for the patient efforts of the italian leaders Oie Ecta Bilush Harmony so that the conference might concentrate constructive problems for which it was organized. Com Nils ions Art Busy the House Bullet exit he died 30 mind a i unit a. In i inti a a a a of a Monroe a revolver was the Only thing found missing from the House. Authorities wet immediately notified and blood hounds were procured from Aberdeen and were on the my in before Daylight. Posses from Moron Al i so were organized. The Trail was followed South to Wolsey in lie it county. Of another Bergdoll is refused writ of Hareas Corpus today unfortunate country succumb under Tho Burden of reparations alongside of a Germany that does not consent to make the necessary Effort to discharge her debts. A we shall defend in full Independence. The French cause. Gid we shall not abandon any arms the treaty gives danger in disarmament referring to the charges of Imperia Lis Viand militarism mad against France m. Poincare raid the imperialism of France is a current theme in some countries in which we Are charged with ulterior ups of Conquest. I do not know single French Public Man who has Ever dreamed of territorial an i taxation. Quot but who does not understand today after the hapa i to Accord the Russo German treaty the imprudence there would be in our disarming too can products go into Russia they Are i Russia or going to be sold by american Sala who met in London. Only the question of the by associated pres encased wire Washington. P. April 24�?the supreme court today denied the a 4ix commissions were scheduled to pupa Ion of Erwin in Bergdoll of meet today and the second commit Philadelphia for a writ of Hareas too of experts on the russian ques Corpus. Erwin a brother of Grover Tion made plans to take up seriatim Cleveland Bergdoll is now serving a report on the reconstruction of sentence of four years in Leavon spared by the Allied experts Worth for failure to perform military this report con a the men and stand on their own american made it t As Irish agree on peace report London correspondent Sis two factions we agreed to Settle trouble but also Over noted by associated pres leased wire Baltimore. My. April 24. I on lordly associated press la of wire London. April 24�?an agreement has been reached Between the military leaders of the Republican and free state forces in Ireland says a dispatch to the Westminster Gazette from Dublin which will constitute the basis or peaceful arrangements in connection with the future police of both sides and profoundly influence events in Southern Leland for the better. The correspondent claims authority for this Anou coment and says he i understands that in consequence of the of agreement arrived at. Hostilities j bet Wen the rival forces Are to cease. I although the political Issue Between the two parties is not affected. The decision it is added followed negotiations Between the respective leaders who have been deeply influenced by the fratricidal character of the struggle As Well As by consideration of the effects upon the National situation. Rems not handling of Russia s debts matters vital to foreigners in their relations with Russia bearing on the Legal Protection they Are to have in their dealings in Russia. The soviet delegation a thrown for the moment its memorandum issued As an answer to i the experts because it is in Contra i diction to the latter russian note accepting the allies terms As a basis of discussion. Russian spokesmen explained that the memorandum which the allies found unpalatable merely the opinions of the soviet Tel the fir to stage of the be boreas now thy have modify their earlier services during the War and contended he was illegally convicted. Mime. Calve forced to end engagements voiced j negation at got nation decided to to i opinions. Everyone wants result the were careful. How eve r. Make the reservation that this Nim ration was contingent on the Cess Ful outcome of the present Boul i Parley but the conference has produced so Many shocks and that Mere talk is no i on g e re a pc k the panic which it did at to of the deliberations. Everybody appears to Der in Concrete suits and t in Hope Home feeling that at Lea. A and Ful beginning has been mad rebuilding the deranged eco Iio Chinery of Europe out. Third spirit at the opening of the i week of the conference. Big irrigation Bill to come up in House for Faast South Dakota mostly Cloudy to r get and tuesday somewhat colder blight East portion. Local temperatures by the Republican s recording i a a Rometer Munday monday p in. 62 3 a. In. 52 p. In. 65 6 a. In. Is $ p. In. 58 9 a. In. 4 9 p. In. 55 12 in. F2 3 p in 62 maximum 62 at 3 p. In. Monday minimum 49 at 9 a. In. Monday in a the official government therr emptor from noon yesterday to Peon today maximum 66 minimum 42 at noon 59 a Resolution propose by the Delegate i from Uruguay. Senora de \ Hale suggesting a permanent pan american j Union of women. Strong sentiment for the proposed organization was Manifest but leaders of the Conter ence Felt the subject was so Large and affected so vitally inc interests j of the women of the latin american countries that the from j these countries should Nave oppor j Unity to consider it in detail and reach a conclusion among themselves. Turks give allies Hopes for peace in general strike its Ireland Krom world by associated press leased wire London eng. April 24.�?the Irish free state was Cut off from the outside world and even from Ulster today As a result of the great Twenty four hour general strike of labor against militarism in Ireland. Telegraphic and telephonic communication had ceased and All Means of transport reply to proposals Tio Quot apparently were halted. J one wireless set was working Between military Headquarters in Ulster and the Dublin Headquarters and since this was reported to be carrying Only routine messages it was assumed in Ulster that nothing untoward was happening among her neighbors to the South. Of the re Eon a Anan canal connecting that lands in the Imperial Washington p cd. April 2 4.-Bill of representative swing publican . Proposing struck Ion of a dam at Boulder Yon in the Colorado River and Alk american project with Queen s brother London. Ling. April 2 4�?lord Leopold Mountbatten. Youngest son of Princess Beatrice and the late Prince Henry of Rattenberg. And brother of Queen Victoria of Spain died today following an operation saturday. Constantinople. April 24.�?the reply of the Angora government to the recent proposal of tile entente Powers for an armistice Between the turkish nationalists and the greeks just received Here. Explains the desire for peace in Turkey. It insists on the immediate evacuation of Asia minor. Offers All sorts of guarantees to the minorities and also gives assurances that there will be no occupation by the nationalists of the evacuated area for a certain period of time. Greek troops in Terrey Athens Greece. April 24.�?greek troops ar1 occupying the positions evacuated by the italian forces in the meander Valley of Asiatic Turkey says an official communique. The the rep in will be communicated to j turkish nationalist forces have offered but slight resilience. K the Allied authorities tomorrow. Valley. Calif and in Arizona for irrigation purposes will be introduced in the House Early this Ween. Probably tuesday. To Doyle a lecture cause of suicide Toronto. Ont. April 24.�?after Reading a newspaper article quoting sir Arthur Conan Doyle As declaring that death was Quot painless and Percy Brown. 79. Committed suicide be Visy by asphyxiation. On his bed was found a newspaper clipping detailing a recent lecture by the English spiritualist. Near it was a note in which the aged Man had written Quot i am 79 and Blind or very nearly so. And if this clipping is True. Why should i linger Here a by Isvik in Ted Lri Lens win Dallas. Tex., april _4.�?mn�e. Emma calve concert Singer who has been touring this Section following Early engagements in new York has cancelled her engagements because of illness. Mme calve taken ill saturday in Waco was unable to fill her engagement. She Wil return to new York. Of mrs. Raizene Scase Heid up indefinitely new York n t., april 24.�?trial of mrs. Lillian Raizen. Charged with the murder of or. Abraham Click Stein in his Brooklyn office has been indefinitely postponed pending the report of a commission which has been examining her sanity. District attorney Ruston announced today. Today baseball american league Chicago to ?00 0 Cleveland too 030 i Faber and Schalk mails and of Neill. Boston. 101 of Washington. 340 of Quinn. Fullerton and Walters to Grid and Gharrity. Philadelphia Ooi too new York 2m Ooi Harris and Perkins Mays and Schang. Detroit too St. I Ouis 023 Oldham. Johnson and Bandier shocker and Severeid. Of a rom riot Iii justified m. Poincare referred to the discoveries of Siks of Arins and munitions in Silesia the formation of police organizations in Germany composed of former non Frieis which he said were so easily transformed into a framework of military Force. He instanced these tilings As Well As the pan German agitation to justify the precautions of Farnce. Quot things Are going on in he said Quot As if the pan germans were watching for an Opportunity to foment trouble sooner or infer on their Eastern Frontier with a View of getting Baek by Force tim polish regions taken from Germany by the treaty of Versailles. A what is going on at Genoa continued the Premier Quot singularly confirms All that we know of to state of mind of too great a portion of the Empire. How Long bark in Germany prepared the trea it wit la the soviet government and a to sure such treaty has been entirely published ? s4�cs menace in treaty Quot is it or is it not accompanied by secret clauses. Is if simply a shield for political and military cont at any rat added m Poincare. The coming together of Germany and the soviet was a great Monaco to Poland anti an indirect in Pace to France. French opinion said the Premier would have been prepared for Tao dissolution of the conference at Genoa upon the disclosure of the to r a of this Russo guru any treaty. National Academy of science plans building of own by associated i r14 i cased wire Washington. D. Of a a april 24�?plans for the erection Here of a 11.306.000 Home for the National Academy of sciences and the National re err Council were announced today by or. C. L. Walcott president of the rational Academy. The building. Or. Walcott said is a gift of the Carnegie foundation of new York. The Structure it was said will be on a simple classical style pricing three stories from a Broad Terrace and having a frontage of 260 feet. Miner wage figures of labor department Ali wrong says Brophy National league Brooklyn. To. Too 040 boston013 101 Mitchell and bungling Watson Mcquillian and of Neill. New York. 093 of Philadelphia. Ii of Douglas. Causey and Smith Hubbell and Henline. St. I Ouis. Cincinnati. Pert Ira and Ainsmith and Wingo. Pittsburgh. Chicago. J Cooper and Gooch Aldrich and o i y. _ a1 4 Farrell. By associated Presa leaded wire Cresson a. April 24�?protesting i against the statistics of miners wag issued by the department of labor a letter addressed to James j. Davis Secretary of labor by John Brophy. President of District two of the United mine workers today took Sharp Issue with the figures Given j out by the department and asked the. I Secretary if he regarded $760 a year. Ooi of i As a saving wage. Ooi of Brophyy a letter declared that a Donohue Survey of District 2 covering 31.-i 979 miners made by the miners 20q 0 j Union showed that the average. Too 0. Wage was $14.60 a week or $760 a ear. As against the department statistic of $1,375 for the year
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