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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 27 December 1921

T.ITESUAT ItECSMPEn" 27.-1921 ; EMPLOYMENT CONDITIO!! SAME Report Shows Condition i? the Same in oiaics OI nciw iwir Wisconsin SPRINGFIELD. Dec- 17. Employ 'snenta. barometpr ol business scarcely ''budged one "way or the ' oilier iu Illinois during the mouth of November, according to thp Demonthly publication of the general comber Employment .Bulletin, the advisory board ,p,t the stale department of labor. . " '' Figurfig given thp Jabpr department -.show p slight decrease, thp jplal on .t'jje payrolls' pf ttjqpe renqrtipg on the lust day ,of November being 201.472 ' poisons, while at' "the end of the previous month the -total reported Was 203,390. This is a reduction of $.10 or one per cent reported from 6JK firms, chiefly maufneturers. .While diseases reported by i:ome ,miployer were if.'ic.isnt to be discernible, (l)ey weep offset by in peases p otjipr jines. But for -the general sltpntion. the. departpipnt retorts "no discernible change, either .for. the lipttpr pr 'for te worse...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 27 December 1921

i THE SEMI -WEEKLY LEADER PAGE' FDTJI! TUESDAY, DECEMBER 57, 192 WHY THEY ARE NOT MAMIE!) WORK MADE AUTHOR WH EN ETIQU ETTE WAS RIGID 'MOVING DAY" NO PROBLEM TOOK SENTIMENT JO HEART WORTHY WIFE OF GREAT MAN WORLD WANTS MEN WHO DO Father of Dead Maori Youth Found Comfort In Maeterlinck's Really Beautiful Contention. Madame d Lafayette Said to Have Been AH That a Man's Heart Could Desire. Wan of Fathlon, Century er So Ago, : Had Malty Difficulties to Conj Women considered It fcffliylike In grandmother's day to walk rapidly. Extremely rapid walking Is not usually graceful, but so fur as being a sign of bad breeding there seems to be do such Idea nowadays. If a woman has to cover a certain distance on foot In a limited time nowadays she accelerules her pace accordingly. It U uncomfortable, but hardly bad manners. The man of fashion had many more difficulties to encounter In going, about lu society than he has now when drawing room furniture is more substantial and when there are neither...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 30 December 1921

MAR KLY THE HOME jPAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY Vol. 46 No. 322 MARION, ILLINOIS. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1921 Subscrintioi; Sl.&C Per Year I EXPLOSION AT POWDER PLANT One Man Killed and Another Injured In Powder Plant Explosion Early Wednesday a nvninainn in n,o niont nt ti,o' Egyptian Powder Company west "of ' .. . . . - . Marion nr. ;-i:si n. m. Wednesday re-1 suited in the death of Fred McCulley and the serious Injury of R. E.. Atnip, both employes of the' company. The body of the dead man was taken to n llerrin Undertaker and the injured man was rushed to the Herrln hospital- where it is expected he Willi, recover. ' " At. the ti-me of the explosion th.ro were live men in the plant but M Culley and Atnip were the only ones ; Meeting to be Held Thursday to Or- the mines in the county. While the injured. (The accident was caused " ganize Alumni Associa- tipple is a total wreck it is under by I be ignition of powder and thej - tlon. stood that an application tor. ...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 30 December 1921

PAGE TWO tWE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER FUIim'. DECKMBKH 30 moi MARION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE REPUBLICAN LEADER (Incorporated) Publishers. 103 Franklin Street. Marlon, Illinois. W. O. PAISLEY, Editor OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Pef Six Months .75 Per Year J 59 LOWDEN FOR GOVERNOR Several weeks ago the MARION DAILY. REPUBLICAN called-the attention of its readers to the fact that the next. Republican nominee for, governor must be a man in whom the people had full confidence , ',- ' and further said that Former Governor, 8unday School Entertainment and Frank 0. Lowden was the man who would be" most satisfactory of any for the plaoe, 11 ; a ' .l i J .1M U topped at expiration ot time paid to unless renewed. ,! Since that time Others papers have VOlCed, M, E. CHURCH, SOUTH Ex-changed Presents Friday Evening. WHY, THEY ARE NOT MARRIED A splendid Christmas- program was Entered at the post office at jecond class mail matter. E. church South Marion, Illinois, as,U"S semiiiiem. a...

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

GLASS REUNION TUESDAY NIGHT 1918" Class , of the Marion Township . ... , Hlflh School Talked -Over Old Times . : The Class of. 1918 of the M. T H. S. held their annual reunion .on Tues- : day evening at the Happy Hour Tea Room which was appropriately' decorated In the class colors. About half of the members of the class were present with two of the teach- ' D..liifliol Arnn Thnttnn nA TMln- - aii.n . iiv.ui. jx u.711,111.111 musical program which had been arranged by professor liratton was given the" numbers being: ' Voeol Solo,-"Sing Me to Sleep" 75d. Otey. - . TOcol Solo, Mrs. J. R. Shelton. , Piano Solo. Troy Panders. Group of three Songs, Mrs, : Grady. . ... . -. ' . Of the 39 members of the : at graduation one memher, Paul class Miss Harriet Fryer 'la dead, eleven mem- - bers are married an dthey are Scattered from coast to coast. Those prest-.t were Mr. and Mrs. J. It. Sholton, Mr. and. Mrs. Oscar Sellable. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Grady, Misses Faye Jeter, Nelle- Jenkins, ; Dolvn Hu...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 30 December 1921

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 80, 17921 PAGE FOUR THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER JMS Ki WORTHY WiFE OF. GREAT MAN Masame a Lafayette Salt teHv mi All That a Man' Haart ' Ceuld Deaira. Uarle Adrtenne Franchise de Noalllei, second daughter of the Due d'Ayen, a beautiful, gracious, charming girl, was the wife of the equally gracious and charming Marquis de Lafayette, French hero of the American Revolution. Adrtenne was a true daughter of a noble bouse, and marriage with her was, according to historians, the most fortunate thing that ever happen-,-. ed to the brave young darling of fortune. "This happened,", w rites George Morgan of the death of Louis XV, "to be the spring when Lafayette drew the best prize In life, Uadanie de Lafayette." Writing of the marriage arrangements, Adrtenne says: "I was scarcely twelve years old . when M. de Lafayette was proposed a v my husband, he himself belug at that tuna but fourteen. His extreme youth and the Isolated character of bis po- ., sltion, for he had lost all bta ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 3 January 1922

THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY 'Vol. 46 No. 383 MARION. ILLINOIS. TUESDAY, JANUARY 3, 1922 Subscription HM Per Yeat SAVANT MUST FACE GALLOWS SCHAFER JN RACE SjALL P50MISES; MEXICAN KILLED NEAR HERRIN ALUMNI DEFEATED M,T. H. S. FIVE ORGANIST FOR MOOSE SPEAKER ORPHEUM HERE! COMING HERE FOR SHERIFF MORE HIGHWAYS Franklin County Murdered Loses ' Laet Chance When Court Da- ' cldet Against Him. The West Frankfort Americaln says: John Savant, perpetrator of Franks Hn county's "moBt brutal" murder, nnA 'A firlunnnf. vhn )iaa fnnrrht in iha last ditch for life and liberty, nasi lost, ira reoruary next, no win pay the supreme penalty for the crime he committed and incidentally will be ' within the boundaries of this county, the first man evor legally executed Unknown to Savant, who this aftercoon sits in the cell he has occupied ' in tho jail at Benton, tho Supreme Court handed down Us decision, spelling death 'oil; the .allows unless officially clemency is forthcoming from th...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 3 January 1922

MARION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER! our 1920 wish (FOUND STILL IN , , o R (,ncorPrated Pub,iaher'-, the following wish and stated that our 11!" DDI II UflMC 103 Franklin Street. Marion, Illinois. ' i in ..u : i u J IIKKkIFJ HllmK lijirttiuiiii iui uie uuiiimg ecti vvuiuu ue as llklllllll i follows: "MOVING DAY" NO PROBLEM Nomadi of New Chile Simply Oathw ' Up Their Houses and Utensils and 'Strike Trail. - W. 0. PAISLEY, Editor OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per Six Months . ... $ .75 Per Year 1.60 - For Williamson County Better farm lands and farm efficiency. Better cooperation between the towns AH subscriptions payable in advance. Paper will be gild CuieS Of the COUntV stopped at expiration of time paid to unless renewed. . i t . , .,'. '" '., ',. : 1 A court house m keeping with the digEntered at the pout office at Marion, Illinois, as ,,;. f n, wcond class mail matter. Inicy 01 lne COUllty. A decent poor farm. For Marion. More city improvements. -A city park near the cen...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 3 January 1922

:;n ; t ? ; a PAGE THREE TUESDAY, JANUARY 3, 1922 T'T 1921 ATHLETIC RECORD AT II. S. Marlon Record for the Past Year Is Scarcely Ever Equalled Anywhere. (By Homer Butler) The year 1921 Is drawing to a close and again the M. T. H. S. is well to the front in athletic and intfllectual honors with a record for tho year that is equaled by no. other high school in the state. ,. Tho .winning ot the district basket ball championship at Marion last March was the first step in Marlon's greatest athletic achievements of the year altho'the team had finished the season, flaying nineteen games with sixteen victories. In tho state; tournty at Urbana, held a few weeks: later, Marion won the highest honor awarded in basket ball In the state i . .1 th.t ncralnut nrtria aiml, da nnn. .fronted no other tea-m The work of the-team at that tournament won iavorable comment from hundreds of -newspapers among which was the fol lowing from the Decatur Review, written by one of . the officials of the tournamen...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 3 January 1922

New Orpheum Theatre is Nearly Completed . . - l ; ..' , ,r-,- ,fi .;it- 'iV-t ,3 .;! ' ! Beautiful Play, House Will Be Ready For Opening Program on Monday, January: 2, 1922 - Tho beautiful new Orpheum The-; tapestry ami draped in each of the ntre is now nearing conipiiiwu will be readv for the formal opening on Monday, January 2, 191'2. On Thursday evening the Olitside lighting effects were tried out and '. found to be" in good shape and by 'Saturday hoon the decorator will have," the inside work practically completed. The bit, job of placing fourteen hundred opei! Chairs is' bcii.g pushed rapidly. Electric drills are' used to '.' prepare the places where the chair, legs are to be fastened' down with expansion bolts but the task Is a, slow one. Both T. A. ReTd and T. K. Yemnv of the1 firm of Reid, Vemm and Hayes, tire busy assisting in the installation of the1 seats and both are experts In Oils 'line as they arc' owners of a stuns ol I ilieen theatres. , .;' the building stands atth...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 6 January 1922

. T?:&-:s MM "1. . K ,7A7 'TGTOTITT THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY Voy. 4ff No. 324 MARION, ILLINOIS. FRIDAY, JANUARY 6," 1922 Subscription $1.50 Per Year U A Leader 1A V M II - NEGRO KILLING : SUNDAY NIGHT '.1 r J: 1 i . Wesley BIMIngsley. Shot and Killed . by Andy North 4n Genta -, Addition hootlng ; -: ' ' i '. ''. V . . Wesley Blllingsley, colored miner, was shot and killed early Sunday night by Andy North, colored teamaler, at North's home' In Gents Addition following disputes between the two following alleged misconduct of Hlllmgslcy toward North's ' wife North was exonerated by the cor oner's Jury at the , inquest held at ( the Hy hall by Coroi.er William McCowtr'fflohaay morning.'' -According to the evidence before I he "coroner', sjnry, Bllingsley who recently received some minor injuries in, a mine accident had been staying at North's against the will of North It was testified, at tho In . quest that Blllingsley had threatened North with a revol...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 6 January 1922

PAGE TWO The semi-weekly leader FRIDAY, -JANUARY 6, 1922 THE REPUBLICAN LEADER 103 Franklin Street, Marion, Illinois. W. 0. PAISLEY, Editor ' " OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per Six Months Per Year .76 .... 1.50 All subscriptions payable in advance. Paper will be topped at expiration of time paid to unless renewed MARION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER'..- Jfj (Incorporated) Publishers. The flying C10UO. the IrOStV light: V The year is dying in the night; ' . Ring out, wild bells, and let him die. Ring out the old, ring in the. new, , Ring happy bells, across the snow; The year is going, let him go: j Ring out the false,, ring in the true. : as.Pinn- uif fho o-rmf that BTrtlQ tho mind' M. Vlllg VUV kllV V- W V .-. vw - f For those that here we see no more; Ring out the feud of rich and poor; Ring in redress to all mankind. . Ring out a slowly dying cause, And ancient forms of party, strife ; Ring in the nobler modes of life, With sweeter manners, purer laws. Entered at the pos...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 6 January 1922

tfiUDAY, JANUARY , 12 PAGE THREE THE SEMi-WEEKlV LEADER HEW ORPHEUM WAS OPENED R. O. Sign Was Hung Out Early on Evening of Opening of Beautiful Play House. The Orpheum Theatre was formerly opened on Monday evening when an audience which filled the bouse to capacity, greeted the .' production of "The Affairs of Ahtol." The opening hour was set for 6:15 nut long before ' that time a line of ticket purchasers was stretched across the square, wait- ; ing their turn at the ticket window. By seven o'clock, when the first overture was finished, the big house was filled to ita seating capacity ' an.11 many were standing. When the secoiff show started the foyer was filled and . many were in the lobby and otuslde the doors waiting to see the new Rbow bouse and witness the show. The program was opened with an overture by the Raybourn Orchestra, after which a comedy was shown and : then Mayor Elijah Lewis stepped on the Stage and extended to Messrs. Reld,-Vemm, Hayes and Ellis ' the felicitatio...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 6 January 1922

I' THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEAD!? FRIDAY. JANUARY 8, 1922 llfJ POTTER FOR COMMITTEEMAN Marlon Man Would Make Excellent Member of Republican State Committee for 25th District. The lime Is fast approaching when the political wisacres will begin to procllct what's what and whose who, while the political cruaihle will begin to simmer and sizzle in its effort to separate the gold from the dross, and throw the film of. purity on the screen of public observation. After all of the prattle, and. gush and foam; the beating of the torn toms and the wild yells v of the Apaches, we ordinary morals will have to make qur own selection from the various candidates wno will be presented. They will all be just or dinnry mortals with the ordinary human attributes, and nil good fel lows. It seems to us that the Republicans, while choosing good candidates for the various offices to be filled, should not ' overlook the , fact that a good oiglnazntion is necessary to place I tie political machinery in motion and k...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 10 January 1922

MAJttON-SEMI KLY. V. THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY Vol. 46 No. 326 MAWQN, ILLINOIS. TUESDAY, JANUARY 10,-1921 SubsoripUoa $ 1.69 Per Tear LEADER FRANCE WANTS FIRST ON THE HUN INDEMNITY Great Britian is to Offer To Cancel Part of Debt " ! EXPECT AMERICA TO ACCEPT INVITATION International Economic Con ference to be Held in March , CANNES, France, Jan. 7. France Is opposing Belgium's priority right to tho Gorman Indemnity, claiming more consideration, and experts are trying to prepare a satisfactory con nromise.- ! " A quick, answer is expected , from -America upon the invitation to par ticipate In the international economic conference to be. held in March at Premier Briand said that France accepted the plan for Russian parti dilation, but. that they were certain Hussia wouldn't accept the conditions. Jt is rumored here that the supreme council will discuss a proposal from England to remit six hundred thongand pounds of the debt owned by France, if France remits a simi...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 10 January 1922

PAGE-TWO m i niAit crnn WPCVIV ITAHrDi the republican leader' (incorporated) Pubiish'ers.j At the Pythian Home Coming on Friday 103 Franklin Slreet. Marlon, IHinoia., , act wag bl'OUC'ht OUt DV Cliail- W. O. PAISLEY, Editor OLDHAM PAISLKY, City SUBSCRIPTION Pur Six HfonthB . . . . . ;-. Per Year ..... tr, .. RATES: All subscriptions payable in advance. Paper will be not Olie Wlieie fill etlOl't Was maCie 101' mem, outlook for the year 1922 eaft honest;, stopped at expiration of, time paid to unless renewed. I,i.prsi,;n W ws f0 interest the lotlee mem-!' and. POBlUvely be do wW mIiii- Entered t the; post office at lecoud class mail matter. THE COUNTY REPRESENTATION . : PLAN . The Illinois Con-Con reconvened ' this to reach then week and according to press reports the tend meetings. first uroblem taken up during their short attend and take spssinn was that of representation 'in theJne's called to legislature for the different parts of the attend they will be working members and state....

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 10 January 1922

TUESDAY. JANUARY 10 ,1923 THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER PAGE THREE CITIZENS 'BANK 'HELD, ELECTION McLaren Re-Eleoted as Board Chain , man and Caplinger at , , ' - n. Prldent -j ' , The Citizens Trust and Banking maining ' days, ' at the best, can be State street, was taken to the Herrin Company held .Us annual .meeting but few.' He is a son of Hiram and .hospital Weduetsday evening and niton.. Monday and reported a ( success, Levina (Ward) Russell and was born derwent an operation for appendicitis ful and prosperous .1921. with a good near carmi, June 16, 1843 where he there Thursday. . j ' .... outlook for the coming year. After gvc,w to .young manhood. He assisted ; His. W. P. Moore and W. H. Wohlheajing reports the following officers n the etitivation of the farm, remain wend attended a tlcntal -meeting in were elected for the ensuing year: ing at llome until the beginning of Carbondale Wednesday evening .r. Chairman of Board A. B. McLaren ,tn0 war, , --. ... , Mrs. George Wallace Is co...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 10 January 1922

.-;,.Jr-...j THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER PAGE FOUR TUESDAY. JANUARY 10, 1821 OLD BEN ISSUES ANOTHER LETTER Second Circular Wat Given Out to Employees on Last Day of the Year. In its second - circular letter to employees, given out on December 0,lr ,.st0U1ers to secure orders for 30th, the Old Ben Coal Corporation, st0(.killg C!)ill f01. shipment before forecasts its opinion of the future ionr present wage contract expires, conditions in tne coai iraoe. ine ,hny nre ,, l)y ,hesp buyers that letter follows:, (ny are not interested and do not Underlying everything Hint Old : imr-iitl to buy. When we ask ''Why," Ben Corporation may now, or later, ,,v. rP,iVi Co.l ia too high; eveiy. havo to discuss wittt lis men aretllinB eli0 s mining down in price two facta that we both should never, Hm ,,.,i win ,.i,Mipor after a new forget: " wage agreement is made." When First, that the Ttepnblic of the!W(l suggest that out of the negotiaUnited States of America has a fusions or nfiw waBe 8(.aie nsus tu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 13 January 1922

MARION SEMi-WE :1 KSJRHSIR T"5D Cp$ 1 THE HOME PAPER OF MARIO! ! AND WILUAMSO N COUNTY Ml Li Vol. 40-i-No. 325 v Iff i-T-n -a3bi. ' MARION, 'ILLINOIS. FRIDAY, JANUARY 13, 1922 OONVEPI CHROPRAcT Subscription f 1.60 Per Year OF ORS COMING HERE TALK PLANS FOR IMAilON HOSPITAL RECLAMATION WILL REPRESENT THE COMMUNITY ECRO KILLED IN Drs. Rickrich and Rearr of Marion are Elected Officers. MEETING HELD IN BENTON ON SUNDAY Next Meeting Will Be Held On January 29th in Marion. The chiropractors or ofluthera Illinois met January 8th at Benton In the parlors of the First Christian church of Benton. The purpose ot the convention was f in order to torm an association of the cmropractors oi Southern Illinois. Also to elect ofticers which are as fol s lows : - ' . , . . . President Dr.- S. E. Shaw of Beri- : ton. - 1 ... Vice President Dr S. G. Rickrich of Marlon. 1 Secretary Dr. B. D. Ream 6f MaJ rion. Treasurer Dr. IvaM.. Jessup of Benton. ' , , Hoard or Directors Drs. D. H. Wel- bon-of West Fran...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 13 January 1922

PAGE TWJ5 - THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER FRIDAY, JANUARY 13,JS22i- IfMIUll OLlU-nLLULI LLA1LU rj THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER. (Incorporated) Publishers. 103 Franklin Street. , , , , Marion, Illinois, 'j; W. PAISLEY,1 Rditor OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor. ',',.. "T Tnr Six Months Per Year SUBSCRIPTION RATES: .. .75 . . 1.50 All subscriptions payable in advance. Paper will be stopped et expiration ot time paid to unless renewed. Entered at the post office at jecond claBS mail uialter. .Marion, Illinois, as ' ' A' DANGER OtJS PRECEDENT " " Another angle of the foreign debt sit-1 nation is presented in the suggestion that the United States take over the debt about! a 'billion dollars owed by China to the allied nations, and credit those nations with, the amounts , owed .them by ; China. Justr why the United States should make the! . J - .:.. , ".,,' shift isnot' apparent. . No European nation - ; ' ; - ' cVirmM rnrPrir tn if f'nr if would hfl art ' MotlOIl PlCtUTe I attieCI ..." ' ; -.. - . . "FOUR H...

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