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

,;uiSI!Hf ILUK3t5U8IAfiT jy Fib It 1021 PfARION SEMITV JUJLIJIXJJ A ( THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY Vol. 46 No. 240. MARION. ILLINOIS JM) AY, FEBRUARY 11, 1921. DEATH WATCH OVER DE SANTIS vnciu t naxion Moves Plsoner to Death Cell and PuU Guard With Him all the Time. At one o'clock Wednesday afternoon, Sheriff Melvin Thaxton moved Settimi DeSantis to the death cell and established a guard over him, wnicu guard will remain with him, aay and night until after the execu tion. DeSantis has been a very good pi'is- . oner and has been kept In the big . cage with all of the other prisoners. He has given Sheriff Thaxton very little trouble. Arrangements have been made for one'of the guards to be an Italian or to be able to conevrse in Italian. Father 3enesse talked with the prisoner on Wednesday afternoon ana gave him spiritual advice. Stretched Rope. : v Tuesday afternoon . sfierff Melvn Thaxton and deputes tested the gallows and stretched the rope which Will be used for' ...

Publication Title: Marion Semi-Weekly Leader
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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 11 February 1921

PAGE TWO THE MARION SEMI THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (INCORPORATED) f uoilsoera. 101 Franklin Street Marion. Ulinouv. W. O. PAlSLUk, tailor OLDHAM PA'dLKY. City Editor. , SUBSCRIPTION RATES Per Six Months . 7 Per Year lM All subscriptions payable In advuuee. Paper will be stopped at expiration of time paidto unless renewed. bibtered at the post onlce at Marlon. . ..-r.v FAILURE. " 'Failure' is a word that lives only in the vocabulary of the man who never heard of correct advertising. WHO REMEMBERS? When every village had a blacksmith" shop instead of a garage? "Truth is mighty and will prevail," so we learned in school, but what we didn't learn there is that halftruth is mighty at times and does a lot of prevailing. A bill abolishing the hip pocket is prepared in California. If it passes, there is sure to be a wear-your-old-clothes movement. President Harding walked a rail for forty feet in Tennessee. Supporters of the Volstead law take notice. W Suggestion to automobile speeders: You can...

Publication Title: Marion Semi-Weekly Leader
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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 11 February 1921

FRIDAY, " FEBRUABY 11. 1921. REV, LAIRD .7EDDING WAS i r KEPT SECRET fopular Williamson County Coupl i - Went to Memphis Where j j They Were Married. y MisB Pearl Chamness and Leater Rushing were married Saturday after noon, December 25th, at 4 o'clock at Memphis, Tenn., according to Information just obtained. The cere raony was performed by Dr. A. H. Boone, pastor or fne First Baptist church at Memphis. The young couplo kept their wedding a secret until Saturday when they let the cat out of the bag. The ceremony was performed at the home of Dr. K. B. Armstrong, a cousin of the groom and where they were spending the Christmas holidays. , I Mrs. Rushing is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Chamness of Cham' ness and has been ateacher in the Williamson county schools for some time past. She is now teaching at her home near Chamness and will remain there until the term closes. ) The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. L.. Rushing of Carterville and since his return from military service...

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

til FRIDAY, FEBBUARY 11,1921" THE SEMI WEEKLY tEADEJ .' - 1 1 7 ,1 rV.-V 3,356 VISITORS AT THE LIBRARY Report of Librarian Showed Very Good Interest nnd 'Much Bsnefit During Jaunary. The library board imt in regular session at the library. Monday evo nine with good attendance. Alter mutters of considerable importance were discussed, the libra riun's report was read. This showed that the circulation has been mount ing steadily amounting to a total of 2360 books. The average daily cir culation was 114 in comparison with 8G of the preceding month. 72 new borrowers were registered making a total of 3SS6 borrowers. Six books were purchased, 4 do nated during the month. These were: Webster, Mary Wallaston. lleinliart, Affinities. Rinehnrl, Poor Wise Man. Grey, Zane, Mysterious Rider. Curwood, Valley ot Silent Men. Tarker, NO Defiunce. O'biien, White Shadows in the South Seas. Moore and Russell, U. S. Official pictaures of the war. The above was given the library by The American Legion. It...

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PAGE FIVE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 11 February 1921

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 192JL ' THE MARION DAILY REPUBLICAN PAGE FIVE Lrg Argentine Proum. t f The Province of Entre Rios. Argentlna. baa an area of 29.241 square ; mues, or a imie greater than the comi omea area or the three states of Massachusetts, New Jersey and Mary- , land. A true hair grover Sworn proof of hair growth after baldness. Amazing reports of legionsof users of Kotalko, in stopping loss of hair, overcoming dandruff, conquering baldness. Here's the fairest offer in the worlduse Kotalko. If it doesn't do all you expect, get your money -back I Foriret past bad luck with your hair. This is-i something thlierent Get a small box of KOTALKO at any busy druggist's. Guarantee and directions with the box. Show your friends this adcertutnuint,. Travelers Agree That the Illinois Traction Systetm renders the cleanest' most comfortable safest , and most frequent service between the following points in Illinois: PEORIA, BLOOMINGTON, CLINTON, DECATUR, MONTICELLO, CHAMPAIGN, URBANA, D...

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PAGE SIX [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 11 February 1921

J PAGE SIX ; THE MARION DAILY REPUBLICAN THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1921. ! .1 MOMOBLES AT WHOLESALE PRICES Here is the chance you have teen looking for Buy direct ' from wholesaler AND SAVE SALESMAN'S COMMISSION SALESMAN'S TRAVELING EXPENSES DEMONSTRATING EXPENSES DEALER'S PROFIT ' BUY IT YOURSELF Booklet explaining our "Co-operative Plan of Selling Automobi 'Direct to You i yours FREE for the asking a portal geti it DAVIE MOTOR CAR CO. (WHOLESALERS) 1900 Washington Ave. St. Louis, Mo. CREAL SPRINGS BENTON TO HAVE DAILY PAPER SOON BENTON, Feb. 10. In all probab.ability Benton will soon have a daily newspaper. Norman J- Sugg, one of the publishers of the Mt. Vernon Reg ister-News, is said to be behind the movement. As a result of the con- ! solidation of the (wo Mt. Vernon daily newspapers some months ago, Mr. Sugg and other Mt. Vernon parties have a camyjete newspaper plant including a Goes press, that can be t put in operation on short notice. A number of Benton business men have inte...

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PAGE SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 11 February 1921

V I THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1921. - - . "ir i -i - in THE'MARION DAILY REPUBLICAN PAGE SEVEN RANDALL COFYteJGHT JLCfCLtJSP & CO., SYNOPSIS. ; CHAPTER I.-Tom Shelby, a rancher, ; rides In to the trontler town of Ponca i looking for a good time after a long spell of hard work and loneliness on the s ranch. Instead, he runs into a funeral tnat of Dad Calkins, a retired army man, ii wuum uuie in Known. A girl, still In her teens, survives Calkins. CHAPTER II. McCarthy, a saloon- ! keeper and Ponca'a leading citizen, de:UleB that the girl, now alone in- the world, 'should marry. . Shelby starts a sunt for eligible husbands and the mlnlater goes to confer with the girl.. CHAPTER III.-She' agrees to pick a i husband from a score of men lined up in her home. To his consternation, she sei lects Shelby, who had gone along merely la a spectator. He declinec the honor. Indignant, the girl dismisses the assemHags. Later, Shelby goes back to make in explanation. She receives him good l...

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PAGE EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 11 February 1921

HI : PAGE EIGHT THE MAfeiQivi BAILY REPUBLICAN THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1921. Mrs. Anna McNeely of routs' five was shopping iu iaiion Wednesday afternoon. ' " I i . . , 1 -asser -i,i'jLJij."ja. uooiuejjB .ftpsdu THE TRIALS OF A HOUSEWIFE How They Have Been' Endured and How Overcome by Lydia E. Finkham's Vegetable Compound T -f "f " .ARNOLD VIEW. . '.. )enence Ext V 4 18 V : Providence Woman tite. Providence, R. I. "I took .Lydia E. Finkham's Vegetable Compound tor a female trouble and backache. It began just after my baby was born, end I did the best I could about (retting my work done, but 1 had awt'ul bearing-down pains so I could not stand on my feet. 1 read in the papers about Lydia E. I'iukham's Vegetable Compound and the good it was doing oilier women, and 1 have got dandy results from it and will always recommend it. You can use these facts as a testimonial if you wish." Mrs. Herbert L. Cassen, IS Meni Court, Providence, H.J. OLto woman for three years could hardly keep about a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 15 February 1921

SEMIWEEKLY THE HOME PAPEIi OF MARIAN AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY Vol. 46 No. 241. MARION. ILLINOIS, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1921 SUBSCRIPTION $1.50 PEK YEAR . . ; PROF. GILBERT WAS THE GUEST Secretary of Southern Illinois Devel opment Association Spoke to Marlon C. of C. The Marion Chamber ot Commerce hurt as their guest Thursday even . lug, Professor J. P. Oilbert, secretary of tlie Southern Illinois Development Association. A banquet was served at the First Methodist church by the Men's Bible cluss, known as the Good Follows class. The men acted as cooks and caterers. The mothers, sisters, wives and 1 sweethearts were also guests of the Chamber and there was an equal number of men and women. Before the banquet, Professor Gilbert dellv ered a fine address in the auditorium of tho church and told of the un developed and the developed resour ces of Egypt. He showed where there was a big opportunity for de velopment based upon our co-opera' tlon. He told of bow Arthur Roberts a : Williamson c...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 15 February 1921

VX3 . ii tut ccwri.wrnci y i kauilk , . rAuJi TWO . . . -' JL r , I THE MARION SEMI THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (INCORPORATED) PUDUsnert, 103 Franklin Street. Marlon. DUnoia. W. O. PAlSLUt, Editor. OLDHAM PA'SLEY. City Edlior. SUBSCRIPTION RATES Per Six Months, Per Year, All subscriptions payable in advance. Paper will b? stopped at expiration of ; , time paidto unless renewed. atateren at the post office at Marlon. - THE FULFILLMENT OF THE LAW. In the execution of Settimo DeSantis -for his part in the murder of two .'helpless boys in the woods near Koyalton last summer the law has been fulfilled. Frank Bianca preferred to meet death by his own hand, rather than, suffer the disgrace of a public execution, and left his associate in crime to expiate their crime. There ai e many who feel that the death penalty should be done , away with but in states where this has been tried the number of murders have increased and Missouri has returned to the use of the gallows after a short trial of other...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 15 February 1921

JESDA.Y, FEBRUARY 15, 1921 THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER PAGE THREE ORK STARTED ON $100,000 ! THEATRE FOR PUBLIC SQUARE vners of Isis Theatre and String of Show Houses in J Egypt Will Have New Theatre Ready for Occupancy By September First. CHINESE 1921 ALMANAC Officer H. A. Swan Received Interesting. Publication From Author At ' Shanhai. 'lie new theatre for' Marion ia no ger a cherished dream. It is a i Wednesday afternoon Messrs. Reed, !fu 4ms,' Hayes and Ellis notified '' ikle Cox of the Union Electric ijp to vacate the building ho now upies at the southweBt corner o '. public square and they told him 4 they expected to start construc- & of their theatre at that point at !e. n conversation with Messrs. Reed, mm and Hayes of Du Quoin and jh Frank Ellis of Marlon, all of bra are stockholders in the new Btre, it was learned that the new hclure will cost about $100,000 the furnishings.' W. Stiegemeyer of the architect of Kennedy and Stiegemeyer ot I Louis was In Marion Wednesda...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 15 February 1921

fl1 ID ' AGE KOOK 1 THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1921 THE HISTORY OF THE MURDER CASE Chronology Tells Story of the Crime from the' Murder Until Trap, Wa Sprung. Tin? fallowing chronology of thp murder caao for which Settiml I)e Siuilis laid tllo penalty on the Rallows uproars in the lUtlo booklet "He Santis, The Doomed" sold on the streets today. It -is a complete and condensed story of the crime .conviction an dexecution. The chronology follows: Monday, Aug. 2. Tdny Hemphill ::nd AmH Clilcaterra disappeared at West Frankfort. ' Tuesday, Aug. 3 Settiml De Santis arrested for kidnapping Talcaterra. Wednesday. Aug. 4. Bodies discovered by hunter near Royalton. Inquest held at Royalton. Ie Santis taken to Marlon and then elsewhere. Mob searched jails in West. Frankfort, Marlon, Murphys- boro and Harrisburg. , Thursday, Aug. 5. Rioting at West Frankfort. The troops tire called. ' Friday, 'Aug. 6. More troops ordered and arrived. Frank Bianco and son arrested In Ohio for ...

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

6 MAl RION SEMIWEEKLY EADEi THE HOME PAPEtt OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY 'ol. 46 No. 242. MARION. ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1921. SUBSCRIPTION $1.50 PEH YEAR ELBURI1 HUNT KILLED III MltiE pular Young -Marlon Miner Wa Instantly Killed at Peabody - Three on Tuesday. Tuesday afternoon about 2 p. m. arles Melburn Hunt, son ot Mr. d iMrs. Thokaa Hunt and , best own as "Bubbor", was. instantly lied at Peabody Three mine when i Was. rolled between a coal car and j e rib, and was run over by two cars. t was regularly employed at this 'ne as a trapper and did- many odd be. It Is not know nexactly how tho jident occurred. - The young man was born on liember 6, 1902 and at the time : ot ath was 18 yeai-s, 2 months and 10 ys of j age. He is survived by Ma a-ents and two sisters and one brothMrs.Gus C'rossin and Miss Noami int aijd Leon Hunt, all of Marion. The young man attended the comn schools an dthen took two years irk lit the Marlon Township High ,11)01. He was converted four years...

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

JQ91 ' THE SMl-WEEkLY LEADER FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 192 PAGF; TVVU uok lr: -i ll i i r If f ! i L , n- . - THE MARION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (INCORPORATED) Publishers, !0S Franklin Street. , Marion. UUnoi. W. 0. PAISUfiv.. tanor. OLDHAM PA'SLRY, City Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES ' Per Six Months Per Year, 1-6" AU subscriptions payable in advance. Puper will b stopped at expiration of time puidto unless renewed. r;tererl at. tiie uost office at HUrinu, humus. eHconil ckiss uiml matter. MD CITIZEN DIED LAST WEEK A YEAR FOR FIGHTERS. ' Montffomerv (Ala.) Advertiser.') "1021 Will Reward Fighters." That is the slogan of the business office employes of the Chicago Tribune. It is the aotest slogan of the season. It is nothing more nor less than the truth about the situation confronting people in every line of ativity. , , . The. farmer, the industrial man, the merchant, the banker, the worker of every kind, may well consider the prize lighter. Tle professional boxer who batte...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 18 February 1921

A THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER PAGE THREE XAY, 'FEBRUARY 18, 1921. jAIITIS CONFESSED THAT HE I KILLED ED CHAPMAN IN 1915 OBSEQUIES HELD FOR W. DUNAVAY NNIVERSARY FOR WARD KELLEY KILLED MONDAY GETS LETTER FROM BROTHER . M. SCHAFEH CANDIDATE FOR RE-NQ Ml NATION ' m Board Investigators. Report is Opened at Springfield With New Angle to the Case for Which Italian Paid With His Life Upon the Gallows. SPRINGFIELD, Feb. r.tis, before he died upon the gallows at Marion on ,.3ay for the murder of two boys at West Frankfort ;itted that he murdered Illinois, as a result of :hed and much property Wednesday and Thursday. February, nud 3, E ,E. Caldyell ot Havanna nt" considerable time in William a county, representing the state udon board ttiid upon orders from ernor Len Small he made athoro jutigation of the crime, trial and tence of DeSantis and before he . he stated that there would be no rference from Governor Small. t is presumed that the admission the murder of Chapman was made act to Mr. Chapma...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 18 February 1921

V FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18,- mi. V THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER PAGE FOUii I X' BASKETBALL IIOTES. 4 444444444 4.4 44 44 Sparta Beatt Murphy. MURPHYSBORO, Feb. 16. Entering the fourth Quarter practically beaten the Sparta basketball team tsged a comeback and with the aid of a bit of luck managed to come out on the long end of a 27-26 score. Murphy led moat of the way and it was only in the last four minutes of play that Sparta opened up. AntlerBon was removed and time out was called for Miutou. Sparta claimed a free throw on this saying that Mur phy had called for time on four occasions. ' The Spartans found many excuses to stall around and delay the tmnc and to refresh their hard pressed players. On the tries for a basket tho result of fouls. Sparta had all play stopped till absolute quiet reigned. Ozbum was the star of the evening, outclassing by far any individual on either team. Followell came next while McDonald starred -for tho visitors. Mt. Vernon Wina Two. MT. VERNON, Feb. 16. Friday n...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 22 February 1921

CTiw entiicisiiiMn FEB 2S 1921 Leader SEMIWEEKLY THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY Vol. 46 No. 243. MARION. ILLINOIS, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1921. SUBSCRIPTION $1.50 PER YEAR MARION- SIIERERTZ BRINGS GOOD ROAD NEWS County Surveyor Attending Opening of Contracts and Road to Benton Will Start at Once. , County Surveyor Charles M. Slierortz returned home At noon Saturday from Springfield where he attended the opening of bids for state road construction. He states that there wore 700 contractors representing nine different states and that the awards made Friday amounted to $5,500,000 and the work is to be done in 16 counties. The counties In Egypt affected by the awards are Williamson, Jackson, Franklin, Jefferson, St. Clair and Perry. ' The contracts for the grading and culverts and for bridge work between Marion and Benton was let. Shweitzer Brothers and Tanner of (Marion bid on Sections 11A, ISA. and 13A of route 37 and were second low bidders on this section. They were r...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 22 February 1921

j TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1921. PAGE TWO THE SEMLWEEKLY LEADER THE MARION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE RfcPUBLICAN-LEADER (INCORPORATED) l Publishers, 103 Franklin Street 1 Marion, Dunois W. O. PAlSLHi. Kdltor. OtUHAM PA'SLEV, City fcdllor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES Per Six Months, 75 Per Year, $150 All subscriptions payable in advance. Paper will b stopped at expiration of time paidto unless renewed. Ktitered at the uost office at MAiion. Illinois, as second class mall matter . MARION'S CEMETERY. The improvements which have been made at Rose hill cemetery has given Williamson county one of the most beautiful cities ot the dead in the country. We have an interest in the last resting place of our friends and the plan under which lots are sold at Kosehiil are such as to guarantee perpetual care for the graves oi those who are laid to rest there. The walks and drivei are now being developed, the shrubbery is growing nice ly and Rosehill, with the beautiful Goddard Chapel in the center is a cemetery w...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 22 February 1921

"DAY, FEBRUARY LOUS LOVER KILLS GIRL ir Service Man Kills -Sweetheart of a Few Weeke and . Then Shoots Himself Cpeoial to REPUBLICAN-LEADER MURPHYSBORO, Feb. 17. J. W. Eruner, aged 26, abot and Instantly i ".'.e( Mary Bass, aged 17, at Ware In fi.Ion county on Wednesday afterno n. : " Tie story of the killing Is one of lova :! at first sight and jealousy. Enmtir moved from Dectur to Ware several weeks ago to work for the ddftd girl's father. Bruner became infatuated with pretty Mary Bass and (ook her several places, but a few days ago another beau appeared and took Mary for a ride. About five o'clock Bruner took his 45 automatic and went into the room where 'ary was at that time and shot bar. ; s then tired at himself, so seriously t" At death Is expected at any time. The Bass family lives one mile north of Ware. Bruner was an exam-vice man. FATHER ARRESTED WARE TRAGEDY Man Who Shot Sweetheart in Jeaous Rage Was Evidently Killed by Girl's Father. JSpeofal to REPUBLICAN-LEADER WARE, ...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 22 February 1921

PAGE FOUfc THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1921. r f 1" f RELIGIOUS SIDE OF INAUGURATION Senator Harding Will Not A'low Spir. Itual Side of Lift to be Forgotten. WASHINGTON, Fob. 19. (Special correspondence) Tlie inauguration of Warren O. Harding as President of the United States will mark not oinj a first step in the return to normalcy iu the political and industrial lite of the Nation, but in the spiritual li.'e as well. On the Sunday following his iuinu;t::aiion Mr. Harding will attend divine service In America's Memorial Vrnirch, which, pending the erection ef the edifice consecrated to the mem01 y of those who served in tun A'oi M War is holding its services iu the assembly room of the Wardraaa l eu!: ;Iotel, Washington. The religious spirit exhibited by Mr. Harding since his elevation to lendeiship of his oraty and of the Nation has made a profound impression on nil believing men who in November struck for God and their native 1 in On the day following his ovorwne...

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