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WISCONSIN, "DEMOCRACY'S EXPERIMENT
STATION," WELCOMES STATE GOVERNORS
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Gov. Francis E. McGovern of Wis
consin and the magnificent new
$6,000,000 state capitol at Madison.
Madison, Wis., Nov. 9. Gov. Fran
cis E. McGovern of Wisconsin is
ready today to show to the govern
ors of the forty-seven other states
what he believes to be the most com
plete state government plant in op
eration anywhere in America.
of the governors' conference, which
begins its four-day session tomor
row in this state, which is known as
the "experiment station of democ
racy." The magnificent new state capitol
is ready for the visitors, and special
arrangements have been made for
them at the university.
Social affairs, including a ball and
a banquet, will be added to the of
ficial program of discussions, which
is as -follows:
Report of committee on rural
credit Gov. Emmet O'Neal of Ala
State control of natural resources
Gov. William Spry of Utah.
Uniformity of laws fixing the con
ditions to be met by foreign corpora
tions doing business in a state Gov.
Charles R. Miller of Delaware.
Extradition Gov. S. V. Stewart of
Submission in the governor's rec
ommendations in bill form Gov.
Frank M. Byrne of South Dakota.
Uniformity of safety and sanita
tion laws for places' of employment.
including administrative machinery.
The occasion will be the opening (Gov. Edward F. Dunne of Illinois,