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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - July 12, 1922, Mitchell, South Dakota V of Xxxvii the Everest Republican third edition Mitchell South Dakota wednesday july 12, 1922 number 241 plan submitted John d. Tells How to train children youngsters Are taught to care for their Money each child must keep account of allowance every week raps extravagance nations wealthiest Man teaches sons and daughters How to save by Edward m. Thierry new York City. July 12�?john d. Rockefeller jr., regards bringing up his children As one of his most engrossing and important tasks. Quot i regret the passing of the old fashioned woodpile a he says. I have failed to find a modern equivalent of the woodpile of my father s thus began the a first interview or. Rockefeller has Ever Gien on this human subject. He discussed his ideas on family finance and the problem of children. He did not pretend to be telling what other people Shou d do with their children he simply agreed to discuss some of the principles he Felt he was duty bound to put into effect in training his own children. A wealth a he said a hurts children when they get too much of it. Just because a Man can afford to hire people to wait on his children is no reason Why he should do it. I Don t. A they ought to be helped to form the habit of doing things for themselves things that need to be done whether they like to do them or not. I think Many modern children Are not developing the will Power and self Mastery that Are essential in the solution of life a problems. Woodpile a that a what i mean about the woodpile. My father had to chop Wood and do the milking. He probably did no to like doing the chores any better than most boys but he acquired the habit of doing things he did t like to do his will was trained and it helped him Cope with other or. Rockefeller has six children five of them boys. In age they Are from six to 18. They Are being taught Thrift and the value of Money. Everybody knows that one of the things which is wrong with the world is he says. A extravagance hurts character. It is a mini duty to civilization to be Thrifty. Whether a Man can afford lavish spending Isnit the Point it is wrong not to spend wisely whatever is spent whether a Man can spate the nto Nej or individual accounts families and individuals children look should keep accounts of the Money they receive and spend says or Rockefeller. He told bae his father himself kept account of his personal expenditures until he was past 50. And he himself ,60.u�?�tl1 a few years ago. Or. Rockefeller jr., is 48. A at seven or eight my children each received an allowance of 3 rents a he explained. A the understanding was that out of it they v Ere to save and to give As Well As to spend. Ten cents was to be saved in was for Church and sunday school for Benevolence and to for spending i explained the importance of keeping accounts. At the end of the week i audited the accounts. A few years later they were getting a Dollar a week and to teach accuracy in keeping accounts rewards and de merits were Given if the account Hook was Correct the child got 51.05 the following week $1.10 the next and so in if incorrect Only 95 cents then 90 and 85.�?� these allowances never exceed a Dollar or two dollars a week at the most until the age of 15. By then. Or Rockefeller considers a child that has been properly trained ought to be Able to handle his own finances. So the allowance is increased to cover All expenses outside of keep education and medical service. It includes clothes fares if travelling alone entertainment Candy sodas and the like. A i believe a or. Rockefeller said. A that children should know what to spend How to spend what things Cost whether a thing is Worth buying in Short the value of Money. This and keeping accounts is important because of the principle underlying. It is of value to my child rent to any child to hold to the rigid fundamental principle of five cents hour or. Rockefeller smiled Over an Experiment he tried a i was brought up to do things that needed to be done whether i liked them or to Quot he said. A at seven Virs of age i began playing the violin. And i used to get five cents an hour for practising. But that sort of writing Lois notes is now chased As a disturbing peace by associated press leased wire los Angeles Dali. July 12.�? s d. Alley Haa been sentenced to serve 90 Day. In the City jail for disturbing the peace of miss Beulah hand a i cretan to the manager of the los Angeles athletic club by writing love letters to her. 4 of rail incomes show increase during june miners ask chances in Harding plan operating Revenue rises in month while expenses decrease some have deficits report shows profits amount to Only 4.3ft percent on whole investment Washington d. C., july 12�?while reports filed by the railroads with the interstate Commerce commission show that their net operating income increased in May last by More than leaders meet to consider settlement strike grows More serious Over nation Rae strike settlement step nearer Harding warns strikers not to hinder mails _ f one Quarter the amount received in officials demand that any Mav 1921. The net operating income i re it j no 1 or a it a this year represented a i up Cislon reached be bind i return of Only 4 36 per cent on their Quot Tirrit _ _ tentative valuation computed on an big four to meet asks daily reports secret conferences held be All persons ordered to to tween railway Board and 1 Frain from interfering strike leaders with transportation ing on All operators purposeful Del annual Banis. Clare strikers Are waiting to learn Public opinion government officials de that the amount for May 1922. Fell Washington. D a july 12.�?officials of the United mine workers of America after a conference today with Secretary of labor Davis were understood to have decided to seek a conference with president Harding at which request would be made that i Wiles the executive modify his Coal strike settlement plan so As to guaranty that any decision made by the proposed arbitration commission shall be binding on All operators in the country. Previously Bish government officials declared that in their opinion both United mine. Workers officials and spokesmen for the bituminous operators were delaying and evading action on president Harding a plan for arbitration of the Coal strike in an Effort to ascertain whether Public opinion will permit a rejection of a settlement proposal Coal shortage these officials declared that in the meantime a serious situation in the matter of the Public Coal Supply was liable to develop. The government considers that a Short $23,230,900 of the necessary sum to realize a return of 6 per cent., and Short $19,680,500 below a return of 5 3-4 per cent., th45 figure fixed by the interstate Commerce commission in its recent rate decision. The compilation so the association of railway executives reported is based on figure from 201 class i roads having a total mileage of 235.228 by associated press i ceased wire operating Revenue in May totalled $448,947,900. An increase of nine Chicago 111., july 12�?a program for solution of the Railroad shop men a strike was drawn up today by chairman Ben w. Hooper of the United states Railroad labor Board after conferences with leaders of the shop men and was submitted to representatives of the railway executives from four sections of the country at noon today. Chairman Hooper s program which tenths of i per cent Over the same i represent the minimum a month last year while operating sex i Chi table to the striking showmen is lenses totalled $363,583,800, a decrease of 6 4 per cent compared with the same month last year fifty six deficit fifty six railroads Twenty seven in the Eastern two in the Southern and Twenty seven in the Western District a had operating deficits in May compared with fifty nine in april. For the first five months this year the net operating income of the railroads totalled $273,259,000 compared with $94 417.907 during the same period last year. This is at the annual rate of return of 4.36 per cent the same rate of return As for the month of May compared with 1.51 to be again to the shop men a leaders later today with the comments and counter proposals of the executives. Rioting one Man is reported to have been seriously wounded and several others severely beaten in Railroad shop disorders at Denison Tex Early to Day. Notices were posted today at the Boston and Maine shops at Keene n. A. Announcing an indefinite shutdown. Hooper optimistic when chairman Hooper left the per cent during the first five months a a a a a a a a . In 1921. The operating revenues for j Jabor Quot Board offices for the meeting favourable response to the presidents the five months period totalled. With the four executives he said he offer was withheld largely because the 137.339.700, a a a p j wag confident some plan of Settle Union is inclined to demand that a cent compared with the c i ment could be reached quickly. He titration shall apply to the operations ing period Las year. Hile of g hot a expected to Call president a a boy should do the wholesome e things his father had to do. In so far As is possible. It will teach him what qualities made his father successful. I am sorry i did not have that sort of a Chance. I want my boys to Start work at the d. Rockefeller or. All Over the country in the Bitumen i expenses totalled $ i. It i 4.6 v9�. A Ous area i decrease of 13 1-2 per cent Obrn the government does not con Ider it pared with the corresponding Ive that it could guarantee arbitration j months period in i -1, would be accepted by every mine of below six i or 9�?�? .arr4nra orator of the 6.000 concerned a1 j comparisons show Thath carriers though it could be sure that most of 1inotr�v-wct�if a Luln the operators in recognized Union to a i Short $10 _. 88 of realizing a Mitory would have their working con 6 per cent. Rift urn Vil a Harding on the Telephone with a report on the Success of his conference with the railway presidents. The conference of chairman Hooper and the railway executives is said to be the direct result of a to half billion deficit in u. S. Government Russ Parley Breaks up i a Fiona and wages submitted to the Rule of the . Hostility to flan. On the operators Side it is known minute Telephone conversation late. Last night Between president Harding valuation of their properties used for j and w. L. Mcmenimen. Labor Mem transportation purposes. The rail j Ber of the Railroad labor Board. The roads in the Eastern District had of Promise of the executives to receive crating revenues in May of $218,955, j the shop men a proposals years expenditures far above receipts president urges Economy Washington. D. A. July 12-government faces a net deficit $425,000,000 for the current fiscal year president Harding today informed the second annual business meeting of Federal executives. Receipts for the year the president said in addressing the meeting were estimated at $3,074,000,000 and expenditures at $3,771,000,000 leaving an apparent excess of expenditure amounting to $697,000,000 reduced however by the general balance of $272,000,000 in the Treasury on june 30. The president said the prospective deficit was a a Challenge to us adding that there must be utmost Economy but recalling that a the past years expenditures have demonstrated that we need not be unduly concerned Over such prospective deficits when we have the Benefit of budget organization and of your a o 300, a reduction of i per cent., com chairman Hooper is understood to that the presidents proposal to rein pared with the same month the year have beep communicated to or. My state the wartime of age rate in Case before while the operating expend Menomen by the president arbitration was accepted has induced Ture totalled $173,147,700, which was representatives present sharpest hostility. Many operators Are a reduction of 7.4 per cent compared i the executives Are s. Unwilling to consider payment of the with May. 1921. Their net operating representing in executive a e o i Scales which existed up to Marc a a for even thirty Days in View of no further meeting expect fact that non Union operations in fore. The net operating income for. De russians say untre solving it is claimed As Many As 299 the month was at the annual rate of Bush. Missouri Pacific southwestern Swable demands have i too men has continued All during 4 57 per cent. But $9,959,600 below District and Whitford be Nash Washington d. C., july 12�?with, continued reports of interference with mail trains by Railroad strikers reaching the Post office department in the last 24 hours. President hard ing has issued a proclamation directing a fall persons to refrain from All interference with the lawful efforts to maintain interstate transportation and the carrying of the United states co operation asked drawn up after the rail strike situation with particular reference to reports of interference of strikers with train operations which had been discussed at length at yesterday�?T#1 Cabinet meeting. The presidential proclamation invited the co opera Tion of All Public authorities state and municipal and the Aid of All Good citizens to uphold the Law and facilitate those operations in safety which Are essential to life and Liberty and the Security of property and our common Public peaceful settlement Tho peaceful settlement of controversies Between shop Craft employees and carries a in accordance with Law and due respect for the established agencies of such settlement Are essential to the Security and Well being of our the proclamation states. And added that men who chose to work under the terms of the labor boards decision which led to the walkout a have the same indisputable right to work that others have to decline prior to issuance of the proclamation postmaster general work late yesterday directed All postmasters to report to their local superintendents of the railway mail service any interference with the movement of the mails. He also gave instructions that divisional postal inspectors through be a ent to All Points where railroads have reported interference with train operations with orders to make direct report to Washington at once. Sioux Oty showmen enjoined against violence ii me j with May. By i Pineir a we Lynn president of the Chicago Aua Iam violence h 31 income was 31.752 38� compared a Western District l. F. Sioux City la. July 12.�?striking i the with $20,801,715 in May the year Dilawar and hud4 b w. A he men employed by the North in Toro the net operating income for lore. Be Pawaro Ana a oath in Raiv to been made 1921 and Ever since the strike at lev i Els far below the scale which the pres by associated press leased wire the Hague july 12�?the conference with representative of soviet the j Russia Here broke Down at one ident has tendered the Union men. A of j of clock this afternoon Parent Hope of further meeting. Maxim Litvinoff of the russian a 6 per cent return. I Ville. Chattanooga and St. Louis the railroads in the Southern Dis Southeastern Region. Strict. According to Complete reports b m. Jewell and others of the Strong Endeavor has been directed filed with the commission had oper showmen s leaders were in Confer on the part of the operators to seating revenues of $61,778,800, an in a Nee with chairman Hooper for Sev c cure at least some Concession in the crease of 12.6 per ent. Compared eral hours last night to sum up the without a president a offer before making act with May. 1921. Operating expenses strikers demands which have been upon application of h. L Adams of 1 cd stance or refusal known. For these carriers total $46,257,700, a talked Over sine sunday. Is Moines Iowa attorney for the further move reduction of 6.7 per cent compared among them Are rehearing on i Northwestern. The indications were today that a j with the same month the previous Vavage Issue changes in overtime a similar order covering Southern Western Raj Way in Northern Iowa. Including Sioux City wore restrained this morning by Federal judge Geol go c. Scott from intimidating men who dear to work and from stationing More than one picket at any one restraining order was issued d joists on Coon a skin six flip finn x ii a Iii i Din us v i Quay cum a a in in . V Ihui i Ference Chambr Quot hat Furth a meet to Ings were unlikely As the non rus Dent a pr0p09al would followed come was 11.304.00. Operating in pay compared with out a new government move probably in $2,064,841 during the same month rules abolition of a farming Iowa was issued at Des Moines tues repair work and establishment Day by judge Martin j. Wade. Tans insisted upon the russians the direction of exerting stronger a i last year. This was at the annual making promises with regard to pro. Hority than that of persuasion and rate of return of 6.63 per cent., expert compensation and giving guar suggestion but the government off reeding a return of 6 per cent on Antres which were impossible until j vials responsible Are reluctant even to their tentative valuation by $1,075,-the russians knew what credit and consider the course mentioned until a too. Loans would be granted. Show Down has been forced on the i Western District m. Litvinoff added that the Genoa presidents offer. J Complete reports showed that the non aggression peace pact would hold i a the big need of America is Zodl operating revenues for the carriers in of regional adjustment boards. J Northwestern shops in North the four regional chairmen for the Western Iowa affected by judge association of railway executives Scott s order besides Sioux City Are were to meet with the chiefs of the Eagle Grove. Bell Plain and Cedar tour train service brotherhoods Here this afternoon to discuss questions rapids. Judge Scott tuesday issued a Sim of rules and w orking conditions grow j Ilar order against the Milwaukee ing out of the showmen s strike. Showmen in Northwestern Iowa. For one month after the last meeting. And by the eternal we Are going to the Western District totalled $168,213.- Urr sent in n of of a a a Virtu Jour no purpose in continuing hav it o a co rat a of Taw to n a or Ria co of of i i hoods Piu. D to Dis ass w two id a d. Trans a. Virtual. V on germans ask moratorium in the conference session today sir Philip Lloyd Gre ame of great Britain after hearing the russian explanation concerning the restitution of confiscated foreign property announced that no useful have it a said Secretary of labor 709, a decrease of three tenths of i Davis after today a conference. I am per cent., compared with the same come before the or new with time. Most optimistic of conditions today month last year while their operating the executives. J As they affect the Coal expenses totalled 1136,183,360, a decrease of 5 per cent compared with the same month the year Lefore. Danville 111., july 12.�?the Chicago purpose division of the Chicago and Eastern would be served in continuing the Illinois Railroad has less than Tena a. A a Mot discussions. Days Supply of Coal on hand and 6�?� my 1921 this sir Philip said he would consult May have to curtail its past in it or ser i cent few a Short sit Ai so freight embargo Gallipolis july 12�?an Embar his colleagues As to whether any Good i Vic within the next few Days it was could be served a further meeting announced Here today. Formal note asking time Extension on reparations is submitted today German today handed the reparations commission Here a note request of the sub commission on property. Time wasted m. Litvinoff declared that sir Phillip Lloyd Graeme of England m. Al hand of France and other of the non rusian representatives had insisted upon beginning work just where the Genoa conference began and had made Progress impossible by threshing Over old Straw and demanding replies from the russians which thy could not possibly make until the other Powers told them ing an immediate moratorium for All j be financially by remaining payments for 1922. Include those Powers toward russian restore i re a does no to Wrork these Days or at i ing that due jul it 15. I the a Tan it mrs Are higher even Germany further requests that the with children. Five cents an hour i moratorium be in t an inducement any More f 4 Goa Iiri for the or Biedul or 31vlv a iiii5oitru. Million Dollar by associated press leased wire t Kic atm in univ i a a c Tel Ltd mint on a11 freight except live Stock their net operating income totalled f the seemed possibly a and perishable goods on the bait si8.923.500. Compared with 14.076. Amp path a or ?0dj a Hon Vod inroad by in Kenova. It closed that secret conferences have a a and Gallipolis Erry to and been held recently Between Ben w. J Pittsburgh was announced Here to a a. Hooper chairman of the United by 4a of a 6 per cent. Return. States Railroad labor Board and Lead j tabulations show an increase of a j ers of the Aux it raking shop crafts. New York City july 12�?in an of proximately 3 1-2 per cent. In the definite conclusions Are yet in number of freight cars loaded Ivich evidence but the Mere disclosure of ail commodities in Mav compared conferences raised Hopes in the with the same month in 1921. Be Railroad world. Fort to prevent a walkout of the 15,-000 clerks and station employees of the new York Gentral lines Between Here and Chicago officials of the cause of the Coal strike however Coal arrangements for a conference Here company today entered into a con j App loadings fell off 47.4 per below today b the a big four train service 1 Ferenc with representatives of the m like i i 1 iii6 satire mar rur no brotherhoods and announcement by men who Are now taking a strike or i visit i Iii us Tyler a an u fico fhi5 a of Jewell head of the striking vote on the question of wage re of All other commo the a shop crafts that conferences were factions loss of vacations sick territory near kan., is visited by Deva stating storm Coal of 16 8 p?j0cmhienfurrnn it with representatives of 11 leave pay and contract labor. Wichita i net on Miles the a Umb Erona of Northwestern roads were other in 1 extended for the Wichita. Ran., july 12�?wind. Rain and Hail caused damage estimated at height multiplied by the do distance p0rtant developments in the , there was a decrease in Trik a today Teicht traffic in May of Antt tenths a quc8tl�?zn month Yarp the big four brotherhood chief the financial showing of the rail Pere consider problems created by roads in the Southern District com the shop ens strike esp Jai y the pared with those in the other Dis Case of train Opra i is try Ria Iii due Lara Elv to the fart that have been called upon to perform Dut Here indicate greatest damage to a Achi Nashiv Ralpd for both strik i property and growing crops was in a Gnu Zeij of Iris the Eldorado and Augusta Oil Fields than those in other parts of the coun i various shops also was to he consid where More than 500 Oil rigs were try freight traffic in May Quot on the cred. It was intimated. Rail but i do pay wages for errands sni theres. If a child honestly works he earns such pay. It stimulates the desire to work. I used to pet 15 cents an hour for sawing Wood. But these Days its different. Down in a he country we have Wood hauled Cash payments provided for 1923 and hat our resources will be Litvinoff 1924 under the schedule of May 5. Insisted. A we cannot say How Long it will one million dollars in territory with take to restore Russia until we know j in a radius of sixty Miles of Wichita monday night. Reports received 1021. Paris. France. July 12.�?the German representatives today submitted to the reparations commission a formal note requesting a moratorium on to a he House. My boys and i Load reparations payments for the re a Tui unload it and i pay them for the j Mai rider of the present year. The sch yes. The scale is higher than fated that the 32,000.000 cold a Cynta a. Marks due on saturday were Avail schools do not teach Thrift and ble if the commission insisted upon habits of work. Or. Rockefeller finds. Hut recommended that i education used to mean cram Wing the he said. A education Ruy is learning How to use the wind the tendency with Many children of today is to follow the easiest this payment but recommended that it also be waived. The German request did not specify Extension of the moratorium today baseball demolished. Troops asked to quell strike riots in Texas National league Poston .030 too Ooi 4 7 3 Pittsburgh .020 too of 3 13 i Watson Miller and Gibson. Yellowhorse and Gooch. Brooklyn too too too 16 4 Cincinnati .200 010 Fox 4 9 1 Grimes Decatur and Miller Donahue and Wingo Deberry. New York too too 20 Chicago too too of Toney and Snyder Alexander j Suitland and of Farrell. Germany a condition and a a a pm tue Elohla .102 too of _ a Soop As possible a Complete Lari it Fuis too 002 of pie cams to be to let a child decide for her Relief. Meadows and Peters. North bar who he wants to do and then let him the commission will hold a up Elal Ainsmith. It of course we All do Hest the meeting probably this afternoon to blunders support expected the action of the major rail onions the same month Leaf year. While in get today s meeting is of primary in defray United states Marsh the Western District there was an in Ortance in the Rike and May shape alis air kidnapped and Southern roads showed an increase of approximately 18 3 per cent Over crease of Only 1.8 per cent and in the the course of the conflict or Eastern District a decrease of 7.7 per Termine the outcome. Precipitate a rent lion in the form of a threat c n from the operating crafts is not re beaten by mob an throughout the next two years As had Way the line of least resistance. You i been forecast in sorr qart5�?T urged the commission to consider be it reflected in studies in social life and in business. The modern theory of Many peo of bags we Uke doing. But life can discuss the German note the text of be lived who lev that Way. How i which will not be published until the j fan a child later learn How to a american league. J void a things he should not do a Dis a Erly mind is an untrained or Rockefeller Hasni to much sym commission has had time to consider it. St. Louis the commission meantime has in j Jerk 020 too 0 too 030 r a a a erected the Allied commission on Pruell. Vangilder and Severeid re that with parents who. Having a guarantees to hasten its report eth Joyt. Murrey and re hang. Quire Means say they Hope their sending it from Berlin As soon i Detroit. Set Dir a have t0 work As hard possible or returning to submit its j Phil a Law a a a a d findings to the commission Here. Dauss and Marion a it Bruggy. Is a filse idea to change stand-1 fas ilk that. And go with the tide a i 200 010 of. Ici too of Naylor and a said a boy should do the wholesome suf spent Dies Cleveland thin Omaha. Neb. July 12�?g. San j Boston 150 020 020�?io 29 i too Ooi 006�? 7 14 f a his father had to do in so far Ders or 12 years Warden at the Covelesky and of Neill Pennock. Rossini it will teach him Quot Tate penitent Varv at fort Madison j if Arr and Ruel qualities made his father sue Iowa. And for the past three years Soful. R am sorry i did not have superintendent of schools at Avoca a sort of Chance. I want my boys Iowa died in a local Hospital re a tart work at the today from a Reznic poisoning. Hic ago. 010 0 Ashington. Too c Faber and yay Ryan Francis Ai Picinich. Why it this wrong a Tho answer will be found among today s want ads. What a a Blunder do you suggest 7 heavy loss from Garden within the realm of possibilities. Some action however throwing i their support to the strikers is sex Forest fires in West a tur nor Una. Of i Denison or a Chappo. i Tho Bho Mon a Leader and the roads the Wood and hat a by a mob of of the Northwest. Negotiations thu 1,000 at Denison Early today Acorn Dallas. Tex. July 12�?on Man was seriously shot and a dozen others. Some of them Deputy United states marshals on guard at the Missouri. Kansas and Texas shops at Vancouver. B. A. July 12.�?More a have been in quest Only of a basis j ing to reports to the Missouri. Kantian sixty million feet of Green tim f0r discussion of the settlement of the Gas and Texas railway Genera off Ber valued at approximately $290. Strike and have not yet reached the Ces Here too has been destroyed by Forest Point where any announcement of the reports said the mob attacked fires during the past month Between plans can by made. The meetings Are railway guards and employees in an thirty and forty thousand acres have being watched closely however by a looted Section near the Missouri been swept by fire. The entire Railroad world in the Hope Oklahoma and Gulf Railroad shops. Salem ore., july 12.�?sixty four that they May furnish the formulae guards attacked fires. 37 of which were of undetermined origin occurred in Oregon outside of Portland during june with aggregate loss of $888,299, according to reports made Public today by the state fire marshal of auctioneers elect Wichita. Kas july for the end of the nationwide tip up. To i a railway guards were kidnapped f and whisked away in Lutot mobiles do Valeka in Dublin j River Bottoms where thy by Assolin cd press la tied Ware beaten a said it. E. Mcgee Gen de Belfast. Ireland july 12.�?eamon Ltd ral mar Ager of the Katy Here a Van Era. The Republican Leader in in a we Bavo been Busy this Norm in Dublin and today dialled the a club marching for the Mer who w re bean offices in Suffolk Street a dub of the Woods and assaulted. 12.�?harry j n do Patch states. La is understood., or a coed Aid. Up Seth re Are Dunlap of Williamsburg. Iowa vice i a it ads the message that the free Staio troop in Denison before Nightfall president was elected a of Jent of bulb Orilie have no intention of inter j thru win he More blood shed the International association of aug with his movements. It 6>raio troops to loners at the closing seas on of tha --0 a j int Luna a cd Here the mrs surf annual convention Here be Day. Hip g a Pul d of la Duldt and tons rom would Fol 8 b. Clark of Falls City nebr., Ware elected Secretary. It was decided to j hold the annual convention hereafter i South Dakota in Chicago. Weather retort i Low the Quot Lead of the Texas and Parl i Cuth Dakota fair a a night and Fie and ask a nor not of Lomnic l4u i thursday warmer tonight. I to Tor state troops j

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