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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 30 September 1921

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1921 THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER PAGE THREE MRS, PATTERSON DIED TUESDAY ..Wife of Galllam ' Patterson Passes Away at Age of. Sixty Years., ' Mrs. Nancy -H. Patterson, wife of Gilliam Patterson, died at her home in Marion at 12:50 Tuesday morning. ueceased "was a native of this county and l(ved here all of her 4ife. She was Bom on February 20, 1861 and at the time of her death was 60 years, 7 month, and 5 days old. She is survived by her husband end 10 cmiuren. rnese are t reemnn Pat lerson, Mrs. Allen natright Mrs, Emma Palmer and Cleveland- Pat terson of Harrlsburg, Mrs. Pearl Thompson of Rockford and Bert Claude, Aud, Willie and Earl Patterson of Marion. He mother, . Mrs Mary Craig and brother, - Samuel Craig, living at JMttsburg. The moth er 1b now 89 years of age and in good health. . " . Mrs. Patterson was a Me long mem ber of the Baptist church.- Her fun eral will be held at 1 p. m. on Wed nesday, Sept. 28 by Rev. Robert Himilton with interment - at Abney ceme...

Publication Title: Marion Semi-Weekly Leader
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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 30 September 1921

PAGE POUR Fair Week. j . WINNERS. Game Eantams.t black Cock Second. W. F. Justl, Mulberry Grove. ' ' i . Hen Second: W. F. Just!, Mulberry Grove. Cockerel Second -. Frank Retzler, Conesvill, Ohio.' Pullet Second Frank Retzler, Conesville, Oliio. ( . " Sumatras, Black Cock Second - Frank Retzler Conesville, 'Ohio, Hen Second: Frank Retzler, Conesville, Ohio. Cockerel Second: W. F. Justl, Mulberry Grove. . Malays, Black-breapted red Cock First and second: Frank Retzler, Conesville, Ohio. Hen First and second: Frank Retzler, Conesville, Ohio. Pullet Second: ., Frank Retzler. Conesville, Ohio. Ornamental Bantams, Golden Cock First: Ed Searns' Carter ville; Second: S-miley & Jftrvis, Waverly, Ind. Hen First and second: Stearns. Ed, Carterville. Cockerel First and second: 'E1 Stearns Carterville, Pullet First : Ed Stearns, Carterville. Pen-young Firts: Ed Stearns, Carterville; Second:-' E. Frye, Marion. Ornamental Bantams, white-rose v coma Hen Second: W. J. Justl, Mulberry Gr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 4 October 1921

arm I-WEEK THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY Vol. 46 No. 297 MARION, ILLINOIS. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1921 Subscription 1.60 Per ' LY EADER IRELAND MUST REMAIN LOYAL FOR CONFERENCE Premier Lloyd George Sends Invitation to Irish President. DATE FOR MEETING SET FOR OCTOBER 11 Nothing Can Be Settled Thru Correspondence Says Premier. LONDON, Sept. 29 Premier Lloyd George today replied to De Valera's note of September 19tli, inviting the Bien Fein to send delegates to the Irish peace conference to be held lere. on October 11th. The Premier reiterated the cabinets declaration that Irish independence can not be Recognized and protests that the baais for negotiations can not be reached thru correspondence. "Despite the Irish delegations sincere desire lor peace," said the note, "ana despite conciliatory tone o De Valeras latest communication, we can not enter into a conference upon the basis of this correspondence. The nosltion taken by the government on the fundamental existance ...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 4 October 1921

Kgb two n ' THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER TUESDAY. OCTOBER 4. 1921 RION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publishers. ranklin Street. . Marion, Illinois, - W. O. PAISLEY, Editor OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor. RATES: t SUBSCRIPTION ix Months I Year ..I .75 . . 1.60 .11 subscriptions payable in advanc e. Paper will be ped at expiration of time paid to unless (renewed. Entered at the post -id class mail matter. office at Marion, Illinois, as IN THE EARLY MORN This has to do with tent caterpillars li their most bitter enemies ourselves U the birds. I We are the enemies because they, aid. up tent like webs about our trees Jd bushes, under which to ruin the fol-j-ge and ultimately kill the entire growth V. i i -i? i :- . - ijiuess soineimiig ui a preventative nature i done. We have modem methods 01 ! siting the disastrous march of this cat jrillar, and of destroying the tent camps ler they a're built. Therefore we are Imies of that busy little white worm. i The birds, however, ar...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 4 October 1921

TUESDAY. OCTOBER 4, 1921 THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER PAGE THREIs CIRCUS DAVE TWO SHOWS AT ML VERNON West .Frankfort American Says "Barnum' Was - Right." . TELLS OF FIGHT FOR PLACE, TO SLEEP The Big Rain is Still The , . Chief Topic of Con- , versation. According to the Mt. Vernon Register-News,-the big circus arrived in that city about noon and gave its two performances, altho the afternoon flhow was somewhat delayed by their late arrival. They sjtate that the circus has not missed a town this year and only twice before had they been late- and then only 15 minutes late. The circus men Btated that the "tear down" at Marion was the worst they have had for , years. t ' The ' Westfort American devotes nearly two columns to their story of the big downpour in Marion on circus night. In part their story follows: The show ground was some quart er of a mile from the pavement and every inch of the way under water. Those who had hip boots were the only ones who failed to get their feet wet. And hip...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 4 October 1921

1 k FOUH Mr Week is WINNERS. JACKS AND MULES. Ik. four years old and over l.a Chamness, Cartel-villa. Soc in. M Chauiness, Hamiou. Pilz L-st SJO: second. $10. Jck, three years mid under four Ji: John juiuerson, raarissa. rns .u. two vears bid and undei e First and second: John- An on, Marissa. Prize First, vu; nd, $8. ck, one year and under two t: W. ,N. Lindsey, Carbondale ie, $10. cck, colt under one -year mi-si: i Chnmness. Marion. Second: V. 'i l,i.iT.,.oa Mnrinti Third: A. D jroton, Uoreville. Prize First, $10. yona, tnira, a. if Jenny, three years and over First Ind second: 'JJ. M. timmueas, ma ion- third, W. H. Chamness, Marion ,i i,. ....H t. third S s Jenny, two years und under three j lrst: John Anaerson, ivianssa. ma not Jenny, one year and under two iirst: A. I). Thornton, lioreviiie; ;eond:-W. N. Lindsey, Carbonuaie rise First: $10; second, $5. i Jenny colt, under one year i-irsi. ,hn Anderson, Marissa. rnze lllorse mule, three years and over fat and secona: uooaaii ec ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 7 October 1921

CCi IS ABESTHE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY Vol. 46 No. 298 MARION, ILLINOIS. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7,-1921 Subscription 1.69 Per Tear ASSOCIATION MEETING WELL ATTENDED Reverend J. W. McKnney Reports a Fine Program. LIST OF MINISTERS IN ATTENDANCE Marion Church Justly Feels " from ot Its Dine Record The Southern Illinois Baptist Association held with the : Warder Street Baptist church in the tent on West College street closed Sunday evening. The attendance and interest thruout was good. Many prominent ministers and laymen were in attendance. The Church feels proud of its . record on entertainments. Many expressed a delight in seeing' the work in Marion take on new life. Among the -ministers in attendflttpA at the AflQnnln.tinn ware - the fniinuHn- nr v. p Rrnrt statu Supt. of jMlssions of Normal ,Hlir ' . - - nois; Dr. Louis H. Koebler, State S S. worker ot Normal Illinois; Dr. A. E Peterson, Mission Treasurer for the Baptist State . Convention, Chicago; Dr. Hines, pastor of...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 7 October 1921

FRIDAY, OCTOBSR T, 1921 PAGE TWO THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER MARION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publishers. 103 Franklin Street. , Marion, Illinois. V. O. PAISLEY, Ejlitor OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per Six Months .I Per Year $ .75 1.50 All subscriptions payable in advance. Paper will ba stopped at expiration ot time paid to unless renewed. Entered at the post office at jecond class mail matter. Marion, Illinois, a OLD HOME TOWN PAPER WEEK. . ' - (From Editor & Publisher.) H. C. Hotaling,- Secretary of the, Na tional Editorial Association, proposes that J, Fred Hauck Mine Superintendent Died at Herrin HEHR1N. Out. 1. After being ill only two days from pneumonia and pleurisy, J, Fred Hauck, Jr., superintendent of Mine B, son of Fred Hauck Sr., superintendent ol the Q, VV. & F. Mining Company, died at fi o'clock Tuesday evening. Mr. Hauck was taken 111 Sunday. When his condition became alarming Tuesday, Dr. Moore oi ...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 7 October 1921

FRIDAY, OCTOBER T, 182J THE SEM1-WEEKLY LEADER PAGE THREE MARION OPENED GRID SEASON WITH VICTORY Christopher Eleven Was the First Team to Eat The Dust. WON BY PLAYING STRAIGHT FOOTBALL Marion Had Larger End of 28 to 0 Score Good . Team Play. "Whew' Marion's playing some, ain't they" Thai is what a Christopher player said during a halt in the game 'Saturday as he wiped the perspiration from his beaming face. Marion was "playing some" and won an easy victory in the first game of the season by the score of 29 to 0 and Christopher was a good loser, their men keeping up a line of good natured raillery as they went 'down before the Marion line. 'Altho the game was " easily won, the Marion team was given a chance to show up their good points. Straight football was played for the most part by both teams altho a few forward passes were attempted. The work of Marion's back field was a feature of the contest while the line gave Marion's runners good interference and were able to hold their own...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 7 October 1921

PAGE FOUR COUNTY OFFICERS SEE COURT HOUSE ui;iii.iuai r.nuntv Delectation to . State Convention Inspect Madison County Court house An Inteieating""fe7ture of tile meet ing of county officials held in Alton last , week was that inere were uu. The meeting was In tour section, two democrats in the convention including County Clerks and Supervisors, Circuit Clerks and Recorders, Treasurers and Probate Clerks. On y nine counties in the state have n oiiornte tu-obate court and six of these were represented by their clerks. With the present rate of increase in population Williamson county will be entitled to, such a court ivfter the next census. John J. Brenholt, Jr. was elected as the president alt ho no longer a supervisor. He is a member of the constitutional convention so was made a life member of the county officials organization and then elected as president. Danville was unanimously chosen us place for the next meeting. The Wiliainson coimly delegation was the largest one from Egypt...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 11 October 1921

r. I THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY Vo. 46 No. 299 MARION, ILLINOIS. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1921 Sabscriptioiv fLGv" Per Year OPIE READ MADE FINE IMPRESSION WITH ADDRESS Audience Did Not Want to Leave After The ' Address ANOTHER STAR FOR U THF; AGOGA CLASS Public Should "Encourage This.. Class in Its " . , ; ' Courses When Opic Read, famed author and humorist, finished his lecture at the First Baptist church on Thursday evening, the people remained in their seats for. several minutes waiting and seemingly hoping for more. The address was one of the. finest that has ever been heard in Marion and the , Agoga Bible clnss.is to be J' This is more than $13,000 per congratulated upon bringing him to. mile less than the $40,000 asked of Marion to speak Mr. Read took for his subject, "Human Nature and Politics" and then talk was filled with much sound Joglc, interspersed with considerable humor. - . . The attendance, while good, ' was not what it should have been. The name of ...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 11 October 1921

f TT.3PAY, (X'TOMT. lli lfo jS TH& SEMLWEEKLY L&ADEfl FIARIONi SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publisher. 103 Franklin Street. . 'Marion, Illinois. W. 0. PAISLEY, Editor OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per SLz Months .75 Per Year, , . ..-.n '. 1.60 All subscriptions payable in advance. Paper will be topped at . expiration ot time paid to unless renewed. Entered at the post jecond classmail matter. office at Marion, Illinois, as THE ARMISTICE DAY PRAYER At noon, in Arlington, on Armistice Day the body of the unknown soldier will be laid to rest. 4 President Harding has issued a proclamation asking that the people of the nation unite at that time in a two-minute period of silent prayer, in thanks for brave lives and heroic deaths, and to ask for blessings upon th ecountry for which the lives were given. It is a suggestion which will meet with complance and approval everywhere. It is not simply as a tribute to the un iden...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 11 October 1921

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1921 THE SEMUWEERLY JLEADR.. PAGE TATtEE ASKED TO HEAD EWING COLLEGE Herrln Pastor Is Asked by Assocl- ' atlon to Accept Presidency of Bautlst College, The Board of Trustees of the Baptist State Association at their meeting last week, says the Herrln Journal, tendered a call to Rev. Infun E. Lee, pastor of the First Bap tist church of this city, as president or Ewing College. . Dr, H. A. Smoot, former president resigned in order to accept a position as pastor of the" First Baptist cnurcu ot Parsons, Kansas. Dr. Smoot has been connected with Ewlng college for the past two years ana was formerly employed as pastor of the Harrisburg Baptist church, Dr. Smoot is well known throughout the state as a public speaker and he has made the college a very efficient president. Rev. Lee Is the son of Rev. Rob ert W, Lee, a pioneer minister, who is at present minister of the First Baptist church of Akin, 111. Rev. Lee attended Ewing college and received his degree from Shurlle...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 11 October 1921

. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1921 THE S EM). WEEKLY LEADER PAGE FOUR CELEBRITIES AT CONFERENCE ELDORADO SORRY TO LOSE PRINCE DAIRY K . , : R g WITH THE OLD SOLOlfcH POINTS Jjg AT CntAL armema. & P & & r & & r r BaptUt Preacher Who Comes to Marion i Wall Liked In Saline County City. The fojlowing clipping from the Eldorado Journal of Tuesday will -be of Interest to the people of Marlon as Dr. Prine is to beeonia the; local First Baptist church pastor on Ni vember 1st: ; Dr. A. El Prince, this morning tendered his resignation as pastor of the First Baptist church in this city and will accept the call of the Marion church, to .take effect November 1 The announcement of the resignation of Dr. Prince was a surprise to most of the citizens, altho it. was known that Marion has wanted him for some time, six months ago calling him as pastor of their church. At that time he tbot of accepting, but was prevailed upon to remain in Eldorado. H...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 14 October 1921

THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY Vol. 46 No. 301 MARION, ILLINOIS. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1921 Subscriptioa $1.60 Pw Year "BATTALION OF DEATH" WAS LED BY CIIICAGOAN World War HerO Will Address Marion Audience At Christian Church' STORY IS TOLD OF IJLLLIo Or DKAVtKT Modest ' Over ActS, Dan Morgan Smith Promoted to Lieutenant-Colonel. The following wartime telegram tells a vivid story ' of the man who ! is to lecture In Marlon on Friday . ijight ,at the Christian church. The I telegram was one written by Julius B. Wood and sent by special cable ' to the Chicago Dally News and we copywntea cy inem. u ioiiows; . With the American Army at the testimony Introduce in Trial Showfront, Oct 24. Thousands of Chi- . . r,i.,.j -h umM cogoans remember dapper Dan Mor-1 gan Smith, his debonair manner, his slouch hat, his bow tie and bis biacK frock coat , wot -many years ago he was an assistant corporation counsel of Chicago under James Hamilton Lewis Then he became a special Lewis, men ...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 14 October 1921

' FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1921 THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER Stl SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE REPUBLICAN LEADER (Incorporated) Publiehert. ,4.03 .Franklin Sreet. 7 V - '7 , Marion, Illinois, i OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per Six Monjbs Pec Year .Vi-.V. . .76 . 1.50 All subscriptions payable-in advance. Paper will b topped at expiration ot time paid to unless renewed. Entered at the post jecond ctusfl mail matter. office at Marion, Illinois, aa ? THE PASTOR'S SALARY. . (Omaha World-Herald.) Fifty ,of . the fifty-five Methodist churches in the Omaha district have found it necessary to make reductions in the salaries of their pastors. Typical of the reductions the district superintendent tells of six cut from $1,500 to $1,300 a year and several from $2,000 to $1,800. The same factors do not govern tne salary paid the minister as those which determine wages and salaries in industry. Ilia stipened depends almost enthely upon the connective financial ability of the member of his churc...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 14 October 1921

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1921 THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER PAGE THRffft LIMITATON ONLY HOPE OF CONFERENCE President Harding So States in Letter Written To Brooklyn Woman SOUNDS DEATH KNELL TO IDEALISTS Something Practical in way of Limitation may come jFrom Conference. WASHINGTON, Oct. 12 President Warren G. Harding today sounded the death , knell to idealistic hopes that the forth coming armament conierence wia attempt anything approach ing world wide disarma ments . "In the present status of the world," he pointed out in a letter , to Miss Ella Ffoorl nf RrnnVlvn. "nnivpv- ' sal disarmament is beyond hope of realization, and if the. conference effects reasonable limitation, we shall think great things have been accomplished." The letter was designed to correct misapprehension concerning the aims and purposes of the conference. "By reasonable limitation," wrote President Harding, "I mean something practical that there is a chance to ac complish rather than an ideal that there will oe no chanc...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 14 October 1921

r 1 "ViuiSmmmmmntmmtm Jo '';" reAc;45TP transfers wniHatn Rhort' and Wirt to A. E Crabtree, lot 0, block 3, P. H. HoU- M' 1st dd. l6Ug. -. H. L. Garrison and wito to J. W. Rusll,lot 3, block , r. . ir..l tdd S184S. Sam -Ciiab. to Walter Lannon, part of lot , block 3. William ana nosaue . Hendrickson's 2nd add $350. Clarence J. Jone and wife to Mary Jqmj; lot 12, block 2, Kpliriam Herria's 4th add l. " M.irAnc B. Stotlar, et al to J. C Duncan, lota 2 and 3, block 1, Thos cm I ar'n estate sur OL. $224. L E. Lonl and wife to Charles Alaccl, lot 3, block 6, O. S. Franklin 190. ! ' , W. M. Maushardt and wife to Latie Maushardt, lot 2, block 10, Ephriam Merrln's 2nd add $2000. J. C. Darby and wife to Eva Darby lot 4, block 6, xi. r. MCiNeii zuu auu 1200. Charlca Utley and wife to Eramett Parker and wife;' lot 6, and part of of lot 4. block 6, Ed. M. Stotlar's 1st sur. OU 17000. Anna Building and Loan Associa tlon to A. S. Sanders, lot 7, block 8, Chicago and 'Marlon . Coal Com pany's 1st ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 18 October 1921

IMION . t THE HOME PAPER OF MAf JON AND WILUAMSON COUNTY Vol. 46 No 302 MARION, ' LLlNOlB. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1921 SubaerijiUoi fLW Par Tear i MEETING FOR ' EX-SERVICEMEN WITH CLAIMS Men and Women Can get . Any Question Answered . Immediately ' MEETING IN BENTON . OCTOBER 17 to 27 Special Committee for Williamson County is at Work.' , ' The attention of all ex-service men is called to the fact that a clean-up squad from the District Manager's office of the, U. S. Veterans' Bureau will 'be lu Btnton October 17 to 27, Inclusive, to handle compensation matters for all ex-service men in Franklin, Williamson, Jackson and Perry counties. It is the desire of the bureau to press upon every ex-service man who has any disability of any kind or character, the importance of making his application for compensation at thi time while events are fresh in the minds of all. It Is much easier to secure evidence now than it will be in years to come. This squad wil carry with it a Special Examiner to ...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 18 October 1921

f TtirsPAV, ocroirn is, isn JTHE , SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER flARlON SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publisher. 103 Franklin," Street. Marlon, Illinois. '" ''.. ' W. 6.' PAISLEY, Editor i OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES; Per .Stt "Months' Per Tnt ...... 1.50 Ail subscriptions payable in advance. Paper will b - topped at. expiration of time paid to unless renewed. Entered at tba post office at Marlon, Illinois, aa second' class-mail matter. JAPAN FORTIFYING THE , UNEMPLOYMENT PROBLEM, : With the ending of the conference on unemployment with little if anything being: accompnaned we nave beiore us an editorial in the ' Manufacturers News which' bears on the problem and a part of which follows: ' , . "Former President Woodrow Wilson once made the remark, when addressing a committee of manufacturers, that business was good Or business was bad in accordance with the viewpoint of the business man.; It was good when business men thought it was good and vice ...

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