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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - September 21, 1922, Mitchell, South Dakota Different bigger better Mitchell Corn Palace sept. 25 to 30 16 Page the evening Republican third edition vol. Xxxviii Mitchell South Dakota thursday september 21, 1922 number 301turks eager to Advance Harding would prefer not to make run again la Ivan says if president a Ouid he accept re nomination to font desire Power -j.,. Fact. Of Sis makes i till i. Or new York Prem of Vii Al Factor California girl is held for year old slaying of Recluse a a by i Are an victim political correspondent of to. Mitch ill evening Republican and the new a a Ork even inc new York. Sept. 21�?the results of York conventions next week i rat i a candidates for governor r j Gerrior. Important As they Are in 1,arc even More interest a or Beer ase of their hearing on the j Fri Destio Ltd of who will succeed Harding i t Reid of the United states. The ratio convention in new York it la it vow just in a much Power in a. Carat has in the party or san r at ten in his state. However or Little that Power May turn to of it m he taken for Grant in hath Irr to will try to get the a it nomination for president a i w i direct his plans to a p he hacking of the big \ v y creation in the demo a r. ? a o a convention of that Yea r in Quot a by the democratic sit j rat Ai for the moment and turning Jato i publican convention in new v irk next week the hearing of that or the presidential situation of 192-1 j is Ever More direct. Miller presidential Fador it is assumed that the Republican renin for governor will be the r e a Quot who now holds the office. J Orhn i Miller. For a time gov a err r m. Ler seemed indifferent about a room Quot Ilion and Tidye was some talk of other candidates. But it Ira to r e been apparent to or. Mil a it a himself to his political intimates a i in ors. And to the Republican Ursra Riray in of new York state that a Here is n the question of Mno Niin eng or. Miller much More than the Mere question o it he governorship o new York. Any person sufficient it h close a National politics in see beneath the surface of it must realize us if of error Miller to j h and of he is re elected in november. He will instantly become a form 29hie Factor in the next Republican or v Ienz Ial situation. A this Point let us turn aside from n w York and from governor Miller and nut our minds on Washington and president Harding. To the president Harding that it Merlon of the Republican presided ii nomination for 192 4 May i a a it if or. Harding wants the Republic a Noel nation in 1 924 to sue i h Quot Eif he can get it. H a Dir would retire to cos us to what is the princ a r in any speculation about by Republica presidential a r 3. The question whether fur dog vans now. Or will want a lbs from now to succeed f pent it ran a said with Ute i a -1 y that president hard be lust for Power than any i v a my. Who has Ever in in Rouse Harding is one of it a b Ihly very Small number of to beings of presidential size. Be Vanhy of office an i the con of Power mean Little or g if circumstances permit birding to make the decision j if would not he surprising if lid put himself on record in i Way As to eliminate himself j consideration mention is whether president cos personal inclination would Roonie by the arguments of c undoubtedly there Are Many to of a contingent on president j g s continuing in the White that these would go the putting pressure on Harding w of human nature this is a of Appeal that would weigh t t a a Man of or. Harding s j and sooner or later there i tug of War Between hard a c it onal inclination and the it of his friends Tho political rapport i the c role of Harding a in and political associates there Barger area of Republican 1 to have no Especial person in to Harding and no parti motion to him the Point of he Republican leaders in this use is easy to define. What want is a Winner. They will is he advisability of re nominating chiefly in the pro Ahil a is re election. When they i question they will he a a j powerfully by the condition Al a Quot a toned. Namely that failure nominate a president is in it a a Onfer Sion of party weakness w Quot i see that a party asking for a Sewal of Power but with a Dif Cind Date is in effect asking a bide to endorse the adm Nistra a a sch they themselves by their failing to renominated for an term confess that they do not use with these party leaders it a e a Case of balancing the pose advantages of a new nominee. A a me disadvantage of confessing pc he of event Holder of the office a disappointment even to them-1 vac under Ordinary circumstance a a party leaders and Parry work a t go n Long Way toward a e Iron re nominating a president we already in office. Mace this is the question that must t a a Quot soldered by the party leaders it a Rvl Cus that their answer will be a largely by whatever Hap a a a pfc the state of feeling of the a generally about Harding and it a a Inin Stratton at the time when a a Choice of Tjie next nominee must made. Robbers take Check and hotel clerk Calls police one is caught baseball pools flourishing in Western towns Asia minor refugees face starvation Ali. Crops ruined by turks by associated press leased wire new a a Ork n. X�?T., sept. 21�?faced by two armed men demanding Money who entered his room at the Commodore hotel Early today Byron Johnston clerk sat up in be4, declared he had no Cash and wrote checks. A Holdup Call the pol. He wrote on the reverse. The Hob up men went j Down stairs and tender d the Check to the hotel cashier. Or r the startling endorsement was read police Are powerless by the clerk who quietly summoned a policeman. One of the men was a Servey of Nix shows that rested but his companion escaped. A udi amond gambling is a popular diversion Between $40,000 and $50,000 spent weekly in Eig Jit association cities Effort to pass Bonus checked in upper House Renate lacks four Tyter of enough in i t Bill through Over vote by associated press encased wire Athens. Greece. Sept. 2,1.�?with. Thousands of refugees arriving daily j i from Asia minor and an insufficient i wheat Supply at Home Greece is i confronted with a food problem so i grave that International help. Given j i quickly May alone save thousands from starvation. Already some 20. Finn refugees i have Hen dumped in ceremoniously i on the grecian Shore or disembarked i on the islands of the Aegean where not Only food hut water is lacking. Peace Prospect alone holding key maoists Back % ottoman have huge stores of ammunition and plenty of artillery Thrace to be goal Itow baseball Pook gambling was operating on a Gigantic scale in major league team cities was told Iii tile xi.4choil Republican yesterday. Toviy the Survey. A a a duct Ltd a by Nea service for hic Republican shows How gamblers operate Iii american association pities by associated press leased wire a Washington. D. Kept. 21.�?for a third time the soldiers Bonus legislation has failed of enactment. The Senate late yesterday sustained presidents Harding s veto of the Fordney Mccumber Bill the vote of 44 to 28. Falling four Short of the two thirds majority that would have been necessary Tov have made it a Law without the executives signature. Five hours before the Ternate acted the House overrode the veto 258 to 5 4. The action of the Senate makes impossible veterans compensation legislation at least until the next session of Congress. Which will begin Early in december. Meantime it is the purpose of some proponents to continue the fight and the Bonus May become an Issue in some of the congressional and senatorial campaigns this fall. Roll Call showed that senator be Clara Skarin Winborn Bxs Nea service Oakland. Cal., sept. 21�?for one month Clara Skarin Winborn became a a dead Many and according to police carried on the life of the Man she is alleged to have slain. She wrote his letters so the Story goes signed his name to them arranged his collections and attended to business in general consulted with his lawyer and forwarded his mail when he a went on a business All this while the Corpse Lay in an adjoining room. Ter Norbeck. South Dakota voted to ticket buyers spend $190a override the presidential veto and pass the Bill while senator Sterling v Ted against the motion to override i the veto. By nex service Kansas City sept. 21�?baseball pools nourish in most american As j Socia Tion cities. Sales in the eight cities average Between $40.odo and $5<\0a0 a work. Mystery covers most operations but Pool tickets Are sold openly in some cities notably Kansas City which is j regarded As minor league gambling Headquarters in the Middle West. Here baseball pools and horse race handbooks Are Operand in at Leas three Cigar stores. In one place the Salesman mounts a stand like an auctioneer and Calls out to the crowd a a Here a your Chance to get $80 for a dime a occasionally a policeman in uniform walks in. And the Selling stops Umi he goes out again. 5,000 buy r in noes five thousand people in Kansas City buy chances weekly a similar number plays the baseball pools in Indianapolis spending $10,000 a week in Toledo 2000 regular players spend a similar amount. Selling is open in Toledo where the a Day to win $1200. To was open in Indianapolis also until a recent police crusade was started. Ford plants to re open Friday Coal is moving feel question Setti up by c Anc elation of c Commerce body s order Only r xxx of Hoff is conference in i w i i \ Kem i xvii Pelle it Smyrna quit Nei Thal zone constantinople sept. 21 a the French and italian detachments and flags were withdrawn to Way from Hie Neutral tones of is mid and die Dardanelles on orders from tile re in a dive governments. Tile Ines arc now held exclusively by Fritch troops supported by the combined x Ila Utic and Mediterranean Fly its. In the meantime the Kem Alist Vanguard is rom rite i to have reached the Neutral zone of the Dardanelles. The Nevi few hours will show whether the Roma i do contemplate action by press leased xxx ire Detroit mich., sept. 21.�?-the plants of the Ford motor company in the 1 a a j Detroit District. I Ord last saturday a associated press leased wire because of the Coal situation thereby London Fri sept. 21.�?while the throwing Ford workers out Allied pow is Are feverishly endes or of work in die rent parts of the coun j ing to arrange a peace conference to try will reopen tomorrow morning clean the slate Between Turkey and it was officially announced today Greece and prevent More fighting in orders for the re opening of the j the near East rumbles of impending plants were telegraphed Here today by Edsel b. Ford president of the motor company when is in Cincinnati. Or. Ford said cancellation of the interstate Commerce commission s service hostilities continue to come from constantinople and the Dardanelles. A relatively Small Force of British troops is holding Chanak the Kev position on the Southern Shore of the order number 23 had made it possible Straits while the turkish nationalists to again obtain Coal. Coal moving again or. Ford s Telegram read a cancellation of the interstate Commerce Yommi fusion s service order number 23 has made it possible to again secure Coal. A movement of Coal to Detroit has started and we feel justified in Start eager for further conquests after their overwhelming defeat of the greeks Are concent Rater outside the Neutral Zon at is mid and Chanak impatiently awaiting for the word from Mustpha Kemal Pasha to Advance. Have big armament the Kem lists official French dispatches say. Have available for use in such a drive i too modern Field guns. Capper Tincher Bill is signed such Are the alleged details in Man. 75,000 victims of disaster in Smyrna still crowd Quay and Are easy prey for turks to ten Quot a p a u i p i a lit t r r by Assoc fated press leaded wire Smyrna. Sept. 21.�?although eight Days have passed since fire obliterated Smyrna. 7 5,000 survivors remain exposed on the Quay destitute distracted and abandoned. Be Allied vessel a offered the Salvage this last wreckage of human life in the greatest disaster in Asia history. Nearly a dozen warships remain in the Harbor but none show a disposition to Aid the wretched population except the american destroyers. Deportations continue and turkish soldiers Are beginning to carry off the greek and american girls leaning their parents in a frantic state. Sporadic shooting and thefts continue. Smoke is still emerging from the ruins. The turkish authorities explain that this is due to the burning of human bodies or Wilfred Post of new York director of the near East Relief has urged the turks to Bury their dead in order to prevent pestilence. He also has appealed to them to vaccinate every one in order to guard against cholera and Small pox interviewed by the associated pres today or. Post said a it is regret table Allied ships did not do More in salvaging human life. Tha work of All the vessels on the night of the fire was magnificent hut on the succeeding Days when the impulse of the great disaster Digap connection with the year old mystery Over the slaying of Ferdinand Hoch Brunn to wealthy Recluse and realty Man of Seattle Wash. Clara Winborn was arrested in Oakland. She refuses to talk about the Case saying simply a i will Tell my Story to the police it is said. Have a confession she is purported to have signed and i _ mining the shooting and a desire to measure regulating trading 1 possess the dead mans property Outi Al tires ppr of holding that she shot defend her president i i Honor from the advances of the old Washington. D. C., to Elf. 21.�?the i capper Tincher Bill providing for regulation of trading in futures on Grain markets was signed today by president Harding. The new act which becomes effective november i was passed by con i Gress As a substitute for the Regula tory provisions of the futures trading act of 1921, which provisions were de dared inoperative by the supreme court. It follows along the same lines As the act of 1921, except that it is based on the Power of Congress to regulate interstate Commerce while the statute to which the supreme court found objection was predicated on the taxing Power of Congress. Grain exchanges coming under the i new act Are those a Chicago Minneapolis. Duluth. Kansas City St. Louis. Toledo. Milwaukee san Francisco los Angeles and san Antonio. North Dakota who have unique display at big Dairy exhibit Ting the plants tomorrow Friday morning. 5,000 machine guns and enough a in j a Post notices calling the men Back j munition which they captured from to work and notify the newspapers the greeks for a two years earn pain. Executives of the company said if their spokesman at constant operations would he resumed at High Nople is to he believed the turks Are More than half the tickets in Kan j land Park. River Rouge and Dearborn determined that the allies shall not Pas City Are Soh by agents who have where the three Large plants of the stand in the path of their desire to re. A regular routes through office build concern Are located at Midnight to occupy Thrace t Ings and factories the remainder night. Assembly plants throughout i Are sold in Cigar stores and billiard the country that were shut Down with the Parent plants will resume As rooms As in most ,. ,.Pool Are based on scores of games quickly As their men can be called. Are a wife on semes in Gam j u planned to put production in in the two major leagues and in the mediately on the it wept to s american association the principal Tim tha closing j Dally pools Are made up with tickets settled at conference containing the names of three clubs i out of the 24 in the three leagues. He to Harding asks for $200,000 Relief fund for american refugees geared there was a Lull in their Energy and spirit. A if we had kept up the work there would now be no evacuation problem and thousands would have been saved who May now be deported or killed. Even before the fire there was indiscriminate killing and looting. There Are so Many bodies in the streets that i had. On one occasion to alight from my automobile to lift the crosses out of the path of the by associated press leased Yire a Washington. D. Sept. 21. An emergency appropriation of $200,009 for Relief of american refugees in the near East was recommended to the Senate yesterday by president Hail ing after receipt of an official estimate from the state department that americans were in pressing need of assistance. A it is very apparent that we hav an obligation to afford Relief Quot the president said in his loiter to chairman Warren of the Senate appropriations committee adding that the treed could not he met toy the private funds of american Relief organizations. Senate leaders plan to add the item to the fending appropriation Bill. Quick action by the House also was indicated. Bishop Remington is ski acted to be i new Oregon prelate weather report re Akita tonight and Friday in East and Central portions. By associated Presa leased wire Portland Ore. Sept. 21.�?the House of deputies of the protestant Epis Copal Church yesterday ratified the election of the right reverend Wil Ham p. Remington to rapid City n. Pennant races seem settled Only mtr ten or fwd it both new York of Axis prox xxx in Ning a Xin by pres i a a eds Ira a Chicago iu., set. 21.�?barring an upset of the most sensational order the new a a Ork a a Ank cos have clinched the 1 922 Merman league pen Pant. By taking the second game of the series from Detroit 6 to 5 while Washington blanked the St. Louis Browns. 5 to 0, the hug men increased their Lead to three and one half games. They can split even in their eds rat games and still finish no worse than in a tie for first place if by. Leuis wins All seven of its contests. Victory in five More game will give the title to the Yankees regardless of what the Browns do. Pittsburgh in pursuing what seemingly is a a Rainbow Chance Quot for the National league Pennant Toek the first of a three game series from new a a Ork 4-1, but the giants today were still 4 1-2 games in front. Pittsburgh can tie for the top by taking All nine of its games of the giants obtain Only an even break in their 12 contests. Mcgraw can sew up the race by winning but seven More games regardless of his rival s showing. Fargo. V tx., Rcpt. by a pair of Buffalo from the Minot City Park representing the Quot first milk producing animals in North Dakota. The St Etc will have a unique display at the National Dairy show in St. Paul october 7 to 14, it was announced Frere today by Max Morgan Secretary of the committee which is in charge of arrangement the exhibit will be designed to show a the evolution of Dairying in North a k of a three of the states crack Dairy herds representing the three great Dairy Breeds Holstein. Jersey and Guernsey each containing individuals Haring rational reputations for excellence will be a included in the exhibit. Kentuckian shoots Man he charged with breaking up his Home Foreman to be tried on oct. 2 Leader of convicts faces charges of attempt to kill prison de Platy Sioux Falls. 8. Sept. 21.�?joe. Forman leading the Quartetti Oft convicts who escaped from the state Penitentiary at Sioux Falls in August. Will be tried on october 2 according to a statement today by l a wag a goner state s attorney Forman will be called upon to answer to a charge with assault with intent to kill Arthur Muchow Deputy Warden at the Penitentiary. Formant Scase will be the first to come up at the next term of circuit court in Sioux Falls Joe Teel Elizabethtown. Is sept. 21.�? walking into Christ Church at Glendale. This county while prayer meeting a in Progress last night s. M bind approached d. F rider Prem Nen Glendale merchant an remarked you broke up my Home. He then fired a pistol into riders body. I rider fell dead. Ill feeling has existed Between the two men for several months it is said As the result of alleged Friendly j Ness Between rider and mrs Bond last Mav Bond filed suit for $25,000 against rider charging alienation of i his wife a affections. At the same time Bond filed Uit for divorce but the decree was refused. Racine teaches is i killed by accidental these tickets Are sold for to cent each. The person holding the names of the three clubs getting the largest number of runs that Day winning $80. The ticket drawing the smallest number of runs wins $20 prize Money is divided in Case of to Quot xxx wekly Pool operated weekly pools Are operated on the same basis As daily pools these tickets Cost 25 cents. With a grand prize of $50 my four leaser prizes profits of $800 a Day Are made in cities where the business reaches $10,000 q week. According to Estimo ate. Many Pool Are Small and to i rally operated hut the big Money is handled through a National Pool. J Headquarters of which Are believed to be in new a a Ork. St. Paul a exterminated Quot baseball pools in 1920. Hut they returned the ? year and estimates Pla e sales at $3500 a week to Minneapolis Oner Selling exists in two places but betting is mostly on single games instead of weekly run totals on Man runs pools in Louisville i but his identity is hidden one place Sells most of the tickets sales reaching from $4000 to a month. Raids have been made on handbooks but not on baseball pools. Several thousand Dollar change hands weekly in Milwaukee though pools Are considered Small to Liow be last year s raids Little to Columbus Columbus in the Ope City reporting very Little activity in baseball pools following the scandal in 1919 there was a clean up. And ticket Selling is restricted and secret. Mayors police chiefs prominent citizens and baseball official in All Cit fee condemn baseball pools. Chief Frank Anderson of Kansas City say it is hard toe evidence j baseball pools Are a form of gambling and a such they shall be says chief h f Wikhoff of Indianapolis chief Jennings of Toledo said he bad never heard any complaints mayor a e Nelson of St. Paul says Quot no information relative to operation of baseball Pool a come to my women by ticket women buy tickets in some cities i Survey shows boys Are customer j too. But not openly use of the mails has started in Quiry by Federal officials notably in Minneapolis where individual subscribers to National pools have Dop sheets mailed to them weekly. A a o a the resumption is understood at the Ford offices Here to a a direct result of a conference Edsel Ford had in Cincinnati yesterday with a group of about fifty Coal producers just what i arrangements were made to obtain Coal were not made known Bere. The closing of the plants last saturday styled in business circles As an a Industrial strike Quot on the part of the manufacturer against certain brokers whom he changed with demanding excessive prices for Coal threw approximately 70.000 Detroit men out of work. Harding signs Tariff measure president Hopes Bill will prove epoch Xix for in Revenue collection by or encased wire Washingtond. C., sept. 21.�? president Harding today signed the Tariff Hill of 1922. Making the new rate effective at Midnight tonight the Bill was signed shortly after eleven of clock in the president s office in the presence of chairman me Cumber of the Senath finance committee chairman for Nev of the House was and Means committee a number of House members and others. Remarking that the measure had been Quot Long in the president Harding after he had affixed i signature with a pen presented to him by or. Fordney who said he amended to keep it a a souvenir raid that Quot if we us eed. As i Hope we will succeed in making effective Tho elastic provisions of this Bill it an associated press dispatch quotes this spokesman. Hamid Rev to the effect that the Kem Alist army will certainly declare War on the British if they attempt to interfere with a move Merit across the Straits. Hope in conference a Ray of Hope is Peen in the Confer ence at Smyrna Between Mustapha Kemal Pasha and general Belle French High commissioner to who h Yussif Kemal Bey the nationalist for eign minister has been hastily summoned from Angora the calling in of Yus if Kemal Points to the discus Sion of important and delicate ques tons and the consequent delay Rai ? Hopes the turkish attack if it take place at All will be retarded until the British reinforcement can arrive if fighting Breaks out before that time the question of the safety of the comparatively Small British forces at Chanak will become an anxious one Here marshal Foch is quoted As saying the position is absolutely untenable. Except if held by a very considerable Force. Rely on British Fleet opinion Here for the moment is Hanking on the strength of the British naval Force in the Dardanelle which is considered sufficient alone to hold any possible attack by the turks. No details Are available of the burning of pander a on the Southern Shore of the sea of Marmora As announced in official French circles fast night. It is stated the greeks turned part of the town before leaving. According to the times the in Sian soviet government sees in the present near Eastern situation an Opportunity to obtain recognition from the Powers. Russia proposes toe newspaper save to act the part of mediator Between the turks and the greeks hoping thereby to establish a popularity of the soviet Republic among the Peoples of Mohammedan Asia and compel the entente Powers i to revise their attitude toward her. British troops to St xxx in positions at Chanak by associated pros leaded Xiv Lei Paris sept. 21.�?there a no question of the immediate withdrawal of the British troops from Banak on the Asiatic c j de of the Straits of the will prove the greatest contribution i Dardanelle it was authoritatively toward Progress in Tariff making stated in British official circles Here in a Century. Today. The latest England May act in Case of seizure of British rum runners by associated press leased wire Washington. D. P., sept. 21 to a less the defendant take an Appeal from the decision of the Federal court in Boston and permit a higher tribunal to Pas upon the claim of the american prohibition Navy to Juris , xx�?Tis., sept. Evelyn Calnan Depere Wiit a teacher in the Racine Public echoes was killed last evening by an accidental blow delivered with a Golf stick by Allan Simpson assistant District attorney. Simpson was showing a stroke to a i in in in diction Over the a beyond the three a Lejk or Liq Uuk to i mile limit the British government is i if Ann expected Here to take up the subject Tull Law Alv Odul diplomatically with the aute depart men make big Hall int. A up to the present the British embassy has confined itself to requests for information As to the facts connected with several seizures and searches of vessels under the British Flag by prohibition agents and has mad no appearance in the resulting Legal proceedings. A Complete la a of sympathy with the operations of the rum runners on the part of the British officials is said to have caused the Assumption of this attitude but now that cases have begun to emerge from the court dockets. Throwing the weight of judicial derision behind the claim of extended High seas jurisdiction it is understood that there is to he a charge in the by associated pros wire new teak. N Al sept. 21 a the odor of Good liquor wafted from the seagoing tug Jessica l m Kehoe toward the noses of the Crew of the United states Revenue Cutter Newberry today led to the seizure of the tug. The arrest of its Crew of thirteen and the confiscation of scotch Rye whisky with a Bootleg value of almost $200.00. The capture took place off Ambrose Light ship. A o blow from Golf club a ermans it i Aust would join league Geneva Switz. Sept. 21.�?nws re _ i course of the London government. Be Ives Here that thai German socialist convention had called upon the German government to apply for admission to the league of nations has aroused great interest in league quart reports received in British quarters from then a East indicate that the British Are not in danger of attack in their present position and there Are indications that the soldiers will remain in Nak pending the Pear conference Mustapha Kemal Pasha is now faced with two distance parties in his government the one warlike demanding the immediate occupation of Thrace and the other Pacific and willing to remain in the present turkish nationalist position in Asia minor until the conference settles the peace term. The British quarters to which this information comes believes that Kemal is supporting the Pacific member of fhe government and will be Able to hold the army in Check. Allies would summon peace meeting i Ickov by associated pres leaser wire Paris. France sept. 21 a the Alii 4 Powers Are agreed upon the Quok summoning of a Pear Quot conference to Settle the turkish problem but the basis of negotiations acceptable 0 the Quot Angora government is still to a Quot fount. It was principally to learn this that the entente statesmen adjourned the r conversations until Friday and today efforts Are going Forward to obtain the turkish View. The peace conference is expected of open within three weeks probably at Rome or Venice with Delegate present representing great Britain France Italy. Jap Quot. Turkey. Greer. Rumania and Jugo Slavata to a m x8ovs pick vex a a Ork d As Mission Bishop of Eastern Ore and j b King will he tried Separ Gen. No action was taken on Tho lately their cases to follow soon after missionary Bishop to Haiti. That of Forman a number of devotees of the game ars. Delegates who have taken part when miss Calnan stepped behind in the work o the Assembly expressly just a he lifted the Driver on his de the opinion today that Germany shoulder. The club struck the Young would be elected to membership if i woman just Back of the ear 1 Ahe Anolie a increase membership by associated press leased wire Geneve kept. 21.�?the Council of the league of nations decided today to Dicrease the non permanent membership of the Council from four to six this will make the Council . F, a or. Membership to with non permanent dirtier o. A t a _ to members in the majority. By associated pre encased wire Cleveland. O. Fat. 21 a new York pity was Quot letter Esth is to for holding the of it a a a Council of the third % third Anc front car Ltd scottish premed or rite of the nory r or "1 re i Lea at the closing tension Here today

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