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frl WEDNESDAY EVENING AUGU7.T 7 5 A"n ?T :"V lJ'!" -
B. ONCE " POOR," MILLIONAIRE
M FATSERS 30 ORPHANS
1 Man Who Has Had Hard
I Struggle Makes Life
I Easier for Others
I N. IJ . Staff Special
I Tl"LSA. Okla. As provider, for 150
Hj widows, arid father to 300 orphan,
H Charles Pane is realizing here the
JH lream of a life that matches fiction
m 3H "fe with moral woven In.
V H The story of his rise from nothing
I 3H to million Is really the story of a
H vow, made in boyhood, broken In
It youth, and fulfilled In maturity. It
jH Is the story of Success and Failure
9 R alternating.
Hw o-" Charlei I I father died heu
M. jH the hoy was 10, and moat, of the funi-j
K H lly's properly went to pay the doctor I
jH As the lad struggled for a living
In a little Wisconsin village he promt-j
H sed himself thut once he Attained
4B wealth he would help others In thei
H circumstances he Buffered then.
M MADE l ofti i l.
H After years of adversity he made
H his way Into the northwest and took
'HB Up the lumber business.
J "One morning I awakened and j
-,s , realized I vas no longer poor." he
- T v-r. nyt 1 knew I had returned the.;
! point at which I had promleed m: iel(
i would etart helping pthera. And i
knew I was not doing It "
iew Tin- vow forgot ' h rles Page
0& went ahead miking a
Hjj months passed and deal turned I
RbRyS wrung. Ho went "broke." He looked
'iLvrl upon tlie wreckage of his fortune,
"p'ij ,lnd once more vowed he would help
J Jjf others If he were able again
vJB Him second auccose came aftei he
Xb had been through Hit Crlppli Creek
I gold rush, and had coma to Oklahoma
7 and the oil fields.
BUILDS ORPHANS' HOME
On the present slt of Sand Springe,
A' seven miles from here, he had
Jr. X ; , tent pit. -he, l r. bi it b fasntlj
J DEATH CLOSES
M Lieutenant Colonel Ray Was
; j Central Figure in Contro-
JB versy and Inquiry
flf WASHINGTON, Aug. 25 Lieuten-
'IH ant Colonel. Beechei n. Ray, V B A.,
"HI retired who died yesterday In Los
X Wa Angeles was the central Figure In a
tH controversy and congressional Ixrves-
jJamiJ tigalion which started curb 1:1 ilv-
!H last year of the Taft administration
jffl and which did not end until after
Woodrow Wilson became president
iffl Colonel Ray, at the tlrae oi the
MBm investigation which amounted to
FgHpH A t, something akin to a sensation, was
!'? HWrv a major in the paymaster enrps The
Hf Inquiry' started after Representative
Covington ol Maryland had charged
?&B that In response to li is resolution
I'm, l --tiling for Information relative to
;;5fB alleged misconduct on the part of of-
)3 ficers in the paymaster corps, the
war department tailed to include cer
iH tain Important letters. These miss-1
'3H Ing letters, mo-t of which related to
H Major Ray, occupied a largo part in
ffH a resulting Inveitlgatlon.
The house committee on war ex
EfB pendltures found (hat Major Ray had ;
W?H been engaged in political activity,
particularly in the interest of Presi- 1
dent Taft had been four limes chars:
'U ed with serious offenses, never vln-
ijH dicated. and never had been disci- ,
r(B plinod more severed) than it reprl-
On the eve of the presentation of
jffiHaw lne report, President Talt nominated '
fjrM Ray to be deputy paymaster general
tpT of the army with the rank of lieu-i
t .jrSE tenant colonel and another controv-1
ersy ensued. Ra.'s nomination fail-1
HQI of confirmation and he was given a 1
ffl , recess appointment President Wii-
' son early in hi.-- llrt admlnistrotion
: j Jumped B number of officer;; t - . r
4M Ray after Attorney General McRey-
3 nolds had handed. down a ruling In
tlio case. Ra tht-n attempted to I
-B obtain an injunction to prevent the
JH promotions over his head but lost
EH his case in the courts. Ho was re-
tired in 1917 for disability.
BH One of the best known superstl-'
tlons among minors Is that whistling
B at sea stirs up Strong winds.
9H The Chinese used to paint an eye
JKM on the bow of each vessel, to Help
SfH it see Us way. I
.C .X -r?. .,
se-n orphaned children there and
hired a man to caro for them. From
thut time on, the Sand Springs Or
: phnns Home has jrrown
The Page foundation is not an
I "'asylum." It Is truly a home
Children taken there consider it such
! rap BEDS
More Vigorous Action May Re
sult From Lloyd George
LONDON, Am?. 25. London news
papers In commenting on .leelslon? .
reached at liicertne by Lloyd George I
and Premier Oiollttl and the resulting i
; British note to the Russian soviet,
slr'injrly commend the action taken
'The British and Italiau statcMmen'
says the Chronicle "are very anxlOOS
to come to an agreement with Rus
isis, but no ij;reeraent is possible un-
lesH the Russian government removes
the Idea th;tt it will not keep such In
Quoting President Wilson's note to
the Italian ambassador In Washing
ton on th Russian situation the Morn
ing Post declares:
Mr Lloyd Cieorge, who will now
subscribe to these weighty words af-1
ter his exerii nc" with Kamenef f , j
alius Rosehftld for the British, it is
quite clear, has to choose between :.n
ni nt" and the rufflatts or Moscow
' After warmly commending th" Brit
ish premier's stand, the Times frays
the policy announced at Lucerne flVttkl
"promise of more vigorous nctlon."
COMMENT IN BERFjIN
BERLIN' Aug. J I .- -Com HK'ii Hug n
decisions reached at Lucerne bv Pre
mier! Llojrd Oeurg.- and Oiollttl. the
Tabgeblatt declared England and Ita
ly have swung Into line with Fiance
early because of the Polish success
and the Inevitable Int'-rnal Weakening
of the soviet government, which raises
frcish hopes of overthrowing the entire
Bolshe Ik regime."
The depurture of Leonid Krassin
and M. Kamenel'f, heads of the Bol
Bhevlk trade commission, from Lon
don Will not be long delayed, the news
The altered A nglo-Tta lla n attitude,
siys the lmli-p.-nd. i socialist organ
t relhelt was less dictated hy concern
for Palond than enmity towards Rus
sia," The newspaper declares the watch
word for the world's worker must be
"Not a man and not a cannon for use
against soviet Rusla."
AN ILL WIND.
AUSTIN. Texas. A young damsel
came tripp.ng down Main street re
cently. A wicked little wind enme
down Austin. At the corner thev 1
met . A blind man Who was arrest
ed by a cop a few minutes, later for
collecting money under false pretenses
told the police department "that s
long as hnstttes remain in style be was
going to change his calling,"
, turn a f c n
I v.ttx iTn
aucust 22, 1920.
1 IT. "llford V,
j Tsro'sn, Iron County, rtah.
tear Friend i
jjfl S -irr A' Cuest' ln one f his nany good poemo, say.,
"Then you get to kno a fellow, know his evory B01 nd m.
I You be,Tln to find the texture of the Splendla side Sf hlH!"'
iH v, YU !f?fi th V'1Utt f " Cl0sn equ.lntance , eopeclall,
-hen you are called upon to chocse rr.er. for retponatble poaltlnna
leu er.d I and every Wideawake citizen of Utah, are facto that
futy now. 6
Tt Is because I kno the "SD'endlrt rM" . u
qustltl.s of Mr. ff.Sttl. that I a, 1 h i '
m rocltlon he is aost eminently qualified. eUh hie naUve 11 y
m ar.ri jterllng worth, he po.seeceB a character built un the Arm
foundation of honesty and fair deollnr. He la a ,1 f .m! I a
lnentl, suoeessful businea, expeSSSee. H. l 7u,VtLE?
his fwllowa and a good orranlzer of eon. At public fin n n 8k.
?:,de: lr'toU1ence "Wty, snd.UhSriSrdi'.U1
m that puts all preeent at perfect eaee. Ioyoi and n t Sfi I
in rtah and the -set, he ia not onl- .n h ?X ? 1 People
for their very beat interest,.. "11Un6. but able to serve the.
For the good of our fair State, for the mct.rt ne .
9U TiUteest sishes, I an,
Moat cordially yours,
H (Paid Political Advertisement)
(are given staits In business Scores
find the work they prefer In the
various Page enterprises,
WELCXME TO ML
1 he home does not cease as such
When Its Inmates attain majority.
Some of them marry from It Boyj
Promises to Bare Campaign
Fund Scandal in Pittsburg
PRINCETON. Aug 25 Attack on
If epubllcah campaign financing was
renewed by Governor Cox. Pemfcratc
nr-sltlentlnl candidate in an address
here todax and he reiterated his
promise to rxpo.e affairs tomorrow at
l Fabulous sums of money1 Governor
Cox declared ' are being contributed .o
the Republican cause by "selfish,
greedy Interests to bu the election "
"It Is my privilege and it will be
my chief aim." said the governor "to
expose the senatorial plot and to re
ireal the Interests that ate a part of
Large crowds applauded the candi
date here and at EvVinSVillS Where he
'.. "1 breakfast anil hot'-l reception
with a parade to the station. He was
to speak here tonlKht. This was "Cox '
d .- fur th" I toiici ic nf .Moiithern
Indiana, with visitors also from Ken
tucky and southern Illinois.
The campaign this year," he de
clared turns almost exclusively on the
question of whetner .t small group of
men In the fnited States senate shall
run the countrv. They are as far re
moved from the heart beats of the
great mass of the people as was Ger
man military autocracy prior to the
war removed from the vital Interests
of that country.'
In dlSCUSBlng agricultural questions
Governor COS said he favored farmer
members of the federal reserve board,
the inter-state Commerce Commission
and the tariff commission Agricul
tural production, he said, must be In
creased or America will be Importing
food stuff within u short time
"Rehabilitation of the railroad."
Governor Cox declared i necessary to
bid not only railroad, but agricultural,
mining and other interests.
"We hear a great deal Said from
reactionary lenders." he continued
. limit operation of the railroads during
the war I am of the opinion that fed
eral control enabled us to win the
"Mining troubles" Governor Cox ad
ded 'have been caused In many In
stances by shortage of cars
"Men have not been enabled to keep
at work With the miner It Is not how
much he receives an hour or day. but
for a year. Tt Is perfectly apparent
that the labor cost on the tonnage of
cool has been hluh and this has not
been due to the miner, but to the
condition of thu railroads."
BENTON HARBOR, Mich Aug 26
Jack Kearns, manage) of Jack
Dcmpsey, world s heavyweight cham
pion, In training here for his Labor
Day title battle with Billy Mldke, to
day ISSUed a denial of g widespread re
port that Dcmpsey had sustained se
rious Injuries in an automobile acci
dent. Kearns denied that Dempsey
had figured In anv accident and said
that he bad not left camp since ho
had started training.
t LEV ELAND, Aug. 25, Seven men
finished the flrsl fifty targets with
perfect scores in the American ama
teur eighteen yard -oo target trap
shooting campionship, one of the fea
tures of todaj . program in the grand
American handicap trapshootlng tour
nament here. They were A. J Jen
nings. Tod Mordon, Ontario; w. d
I hdlips Sr., ('hit ago. K Livingston,
Kansas City; W, S II out, Jewell, la
J G. Martin, Harrlsburg, Pa ; R a
King, Delta. Cal and W, M. I-'oord,
Wilmington. I .
R A. King f lielta. Cal., led the
Held when half of the 200 targets
were finished. King had a perfect
score, of 100 hits,
St HTHAMPTON. , . Y . Vug. 26. I
Three lawn tennis stars W'atbon M .
Washburn, New VorK Ralph 11. Bur
dJeU. Chicago, and Leonard Beekmun.
New York won places in the round
prior to the semifinal of the Meadow -
brook club cup singles here today.
Their victories were in straight sets
Burdlch had an easy tittle against
William Burrell, the Seattle Junior.
In the men's doubles, first round.
Li hard Hinckley and Harold God-'
shall defeated n. Donn Keresy and
Edmund w. Peaslee', 6-1, 6-1.
CHICAGO, Aug. 26. Tho eham-
If they fhld sorrow or failure in the
World, thev may retorh to shelter
and friendship until they are able
to begin anew
A number of widows with families
have been given cottages anil uro I
provided with food, clothing and fuel
for Subscription and Mavertisitg
Department, Call Phone No. 6
Term Three Months J H. L ib irU
who was sentenced to serve a term in
I tho county jail alter having been con
; rioted of violation of the prohibition
I laws, wishes to make it clear that his
sentence was three mouths In jail and
not six month as stutcd In the Stand
ard Examiner last Sunday The story
told of the supreme court action which j
denied the application of Roberts for
pardon Roberts Is still In the county
Jail, after being sentenced to serve
three months and pay a fine following
his conviction by Jury.
neiien Tvnewr.it-r :;ouse ror Ivor-
. l iters and repairs, 24-'- Hudsou Av
i 'hone 236.
Returns lo Coast Henry Collins of
San VranclSCO has returned to his
home after a month's visit with rela
tives in Ogdeil It was Mr. Collins
first visit here In 37 years.
Phor.e 602 for messenger
.Joins Nuy Admiral Devvoy Ncr
den of Ogdetv has enlisted In the navy.
He will oe sent to tho receiving ship
at Mure LMund.
Kor special dances at Lorln 1 art
park see r. J Hlrt. phone iZ9Z 45!4
THE K IL Y M ML smii 1 -TION
In conjunction with the Wom
en's Auxiliary will hold their anno li
picnic at Lagoon on Thursday. Aug
ust 2tith. 4712
Lincoln Circle Abraham Lincoln
circle No 2, Indies of the G. A It.,
will meet at the I. t' t P. hall to-
morrow afternoon at t o'clock Mem
bers are requested to come prepared
Vlned So Gilbert Recce, charged
having left an automobile Unattended
with the motor running, pleaded
Kiilllv thL min.wiig and njj fined Ju
by Judge U R. Roberts.
Joins the Army Pat MeCormlck
of Baslne, Kan., was accepted at the
I kgden army reorulting stutlon for
aervlca with the Thirty-second infan
try at San llego. Cal.
Matrlege Licenses Marriage li
censes were issued, in the county
clerk's Office this morning to Pran-j
cis C Haynes and Miss Lucy Batsman
of Ogden t tel William E. Franklin and
Miss Helen E Bcharfer of S;ill Lake.
A SHl'Pl. . teral serv ices will be
held Friday morning at 10 30 o'clock
In the family residence, 439 Chester
street with Bishop W. W Rawson offi
ciating. Interment will be In the city
CONDEMN WILSON POLICY
DOVER. Del . Aug. 26 Condemn
ing President 1 1 mo n and his admin
istration, the Republican state conven
tion here yesterday also endorsed a.
league of nutlons with reservations.
Declaring thut the president had iisi d
hie foreign policv for political purposes
the platform adopted maintained that,
the diplomatic service of the country
hud been debased
Colonel William D. benney, of Do
vci, was nominated for governor: con
gressman Caleb R Luyton, re-noml-l
For the first time In twenty years
bar ny prevailed al the convention,
due, it was said, to the withdrawal of'
Altred I. DuPonl from politics which'
brought about th.. death of tho Inde
pendent Republican faction.
The most Intense rainfall on record,
two and one-half Inches In three min
utes, occurred at Poito Bello, Canal
Zone, in l9n.
pion.shlp of the women's western golf
association is destined to change hands
this year as a result o the defeat of
Mrs. Perry Flake, Decalb', in, prea
eni titlebolder, by Miss Prances Efhd-
flclil. Milwaukee, r, and 5, In tlie sec
ond round f match played at the
tak Park Countrv club today
ANTWERP. Aug. 25. The final of-I
flclal award In the Olympic boxing j
i,ie. the team trophy to England re
presentatives scoring eleven points.
The United tSatea was second with ten i
points, Canatla third with nine, and j
Denmark and Prance tied for fourth
with six points each.
Are You Human? H
A little baby. A little child. Don't they appeal to you ? Doesn't your j
heart yearn to pick them up, to cuddle them close to you, to shield them j
from all harm? sure it does else you're not human, Being human you love j
them. Their very helplessness makes you reach out in all your strength to aid
them. In health there's no flower so beautiful. In illness there's no night so
Save them then. Use every precaution. Take no chance. J
When sickness comes, as sickness will, remember its just a baby, just a
child and if the Physician isn't at hand don' I try tome remedy that you may
have around the house for your own use. . . , " m
Fletcher's Castor ia was made especially for babies' ills and you can use
it with perfect safety as any doctor will tell you. Keep it in the house. I
r .5 CHrry For I
,pifeSM535P! Do the People Know?
" ,,- !'-... Do 7r'U know why you fro ask.vl to call for Fletcher's Castoria I
rp' fhcrrfulncvwinJRcitrofltaiw, when you want a child's remedy: why you must insist on Fletcher's? j
neither 0pi-jr.. Morphine nor For years we haye been explaining how the popularity of
Minerftl. NotXaR(:OT"; Fletcher's Castoria has brought out innumerable imitations, sub-
It--; f ' eror,ij'xSJAnxx I sututes and counterfeits.
'6.: ! srn.oinsm v To protect the babies: to shield the homes and in defense of
' I generations to come we appeal to the better judgment of parents to i
itg-'l ww ) ' inslst on havIng Fletcher's Castoria when in need of a child's med- I
it'i-.j j JfitaSU ( ' lcLae" Aud reraember above ail things that a child's medicine is '
l-fle'S- ruptr j made for chDdren a medicine prepared for grown-ups fs not inter- j
j hrr changeable. A baby's food for a baby. And a baby's medicine is
j' A helpful Remedy for ; just as essential for the baby.
f Constipation and Diarrhoea. The Castoria Recipe ( it's on every wrapper) has been prepared by -
:!'' , and FTrisne,SpKap j the same hands in the same manner for bo many years that the signal
Loss OF .i- ture of Chas. H . Fletcher and perfection in the product are synonymous.
' " .' i n sulUn v ihereirwuj"
J fu sirnil7ntartof SW0ULD HEAD THE BOOKLET THAT IS AROUND EVERY BOTTLE OF FtETCHER'S CASTORIA '
BSACt Copy of Wrapper.
Four Army Airplanes Make
Landing at "Gold Beach"
NOME, Alaska, Aufr- -i. (Delayed)
F'rospoeturB, mlnrrs anJ natives
from villages for mllen around Nome
Kroetcil the four United Sta;cs nrniy
avlutorrt when ihfy landed on the fam
ous "Gold Beach" late vo.stcrdny. -
Captain St. Clair Street, head of th
airplane expedition, was enthusiastic
over the flight. The machines left i
Mlneola, l- L July 11 and were re
porte, li Captain Street to le In per
fect condition for a return (light
tilts i KPEH1KNCE
"We are enthuslastlp over the suc
rfs of the fllpht lii-eause ll has ac
CdlilpHslie.l What was lielioved ti he
the impossible, the estahliahmcnt of
aeriul communication with Alaska,"
said Captain Street "The entire trip
was made with the original motors and
lh are still running."
Kogs and storms that had delayed
'he departure of the aviators from
Ruby gave way yesterdav to warm and
The aviators were first sighted fat
out over Norton Sound, and at 5:30
they made a perfect landing on the
" The middle-west and Canada as far
as iidnionston. Alberta, proved the
most Ideal Hying territory," Captain
Street said, in describing the Journej.
After we reached the Rocky Moun
tains we found few landing fields,
chiefly because of the rough nature
of the country ami the heavy forests
Ah we flew 6Ver Southeastern Alaska,
We Sighted innumerable glaciers. In
the Interior of Alaska, the unexplored
terrltorj we could land only on the
tiars of the rivers "
Hot N t I ult Mill IU
Phe trip determined the feasablllty
ot establishing mall, express and is-
nger communication with Alaska,
Captain Street asserted.
"I expect to see such routes estab
lished in the not far distant future,"
Before h aving for the return trip to
Mineoia the planes win urobabl) fly
west to Cape Prlncs of Wales, circling
Diomede Islands and possibly flying
over the Siberian const for a short dis
tance, according to Captain Street. The
tllKht Will be made as soon as weather
. ondltlons permit.
BETHLEHEM MOTORS GOES
INTO RECEIVER'S HANDS
PHILADELPHIA Aug. 2S--A recejv
er was appointed today by Federal
Judge Dickinson for tho Bethlehem
Motors corporal hii vitli plants at Al
lentown and Pottfitown, Union E.
Woods, who has been general manager
Since last May was appointed receiver
under bond of (25,000
The reoervership was on a bin of
equity brought by Kock & Bros., of Al
ien! own, creditors to the extent of $26,
300 for lumber
The company liled answer admltlin
nil averments of the bill and assenl
Ing to the appointment of a receiver.
H Is alleged by counsel for both
creditors and the corporation that It
is solvent, huvlng assets of $4,900,000,
and liabilities amounting to $3,000,000.
Bamberger Tells Denver Meet
ing of Mountain Tunnels
dbnver Colo.. Aug. 25. Syste
matic development Of 21-1.000 square
miles of lahd In the Colorado river
basin and construction of three moun
tain tunnels, were the main topics bo
fore the governors and officials of
seven southwentern States here today.
The first presentation of the main
subject of the meeting, the Colorado
river area reclamation project, was
made at the morning session by Ceorge
M Bill an engineer of the Denver
Water Commission Me H.iid the urea
concerned Included: Arlsons 10B,860
square miles: I't.ih, 40,2 10 square
miles; Colorado. 37.780 square miles;
New Mexico. 22,200 square miles;
Wyoming 1 7.4 20 square miles, Neva
da, 12,440 square miles. California
i.400 square imles Republic of Mex
ico, 3,690 squire miles.
Fifty per cent or the 1K.000.000
SOrCfl of water flow originate In Colo
rado, BUI said, but up to the present
little effort has been expended toward
Its utilization foi power or irrigation.
The mountain tunnel proposition of
SO.ua interest to all parts of Colorado,
whs brought before the IU04 ting by M i-
ur Dewey c. Bailey, of Denver, in
his address of weleome. Governor Oli
ver H Shoup, of Colorado, mentioned
the tunnels in his talk and then Gov
ernor Simon Bamberger, of Utah dis
' l don t believe the people rf Colo
rado have the faintest conception of
the wealth of the western part of the
state that will be developed with he
building of the three proposed tunnels
j through the mountain peaks. Gover
nor Bamberger said
"If Colorado Is not going to build
' these tunnels and develop this enor
j mous wealth, then I tah will build a
railroad and take the trade." H
FIRST PILOnIM PAGEANT !
PRESENTED IN VILLAGE
BOSTON, Aug 2 . The first tfr
centenary pilgrim pageant of the year
is being presented today at North Trijr
ro, Mass. 'Way down along Cape Cod
In a natural amphlllteatro overlooking
a fcesh water pond where the PllgTtd)
I fathers camped,
ne hundred and sixty tonsfolks of
North Truro and Corn Hill, will Im
pi rsonats pilgrims, Indians and sml-
I ore of the period. Features of the
pageant include the looting of a de
I rted Indian wigwam by the pllgrirajL
a duel between two of the Mayflower
company, fought over a maid servant
the kidnaping of a lost child by thb.
savages and an exciting encounter be
tween the Indians and pilgrims. Be
tween the episodes a group of 25 bare-
I note. girls will dance four numbers
ROOSEVELT LEAVES I
COAST FOR SALT LAKE
LOS ANGELES, Cal.. Aug 25
Franklin D Roosevelt, Democratic vita
prt (iential nominee, left here today
I for Salt Lake City where he is due to.
arrive at noon tomorrow
wii kb s bi i t: kSED.
MEXICO CITY, Aug 25. All the
A n ia ins kidnaped by Pedro Za-
i a, the bandit leader at Cuale. A-
lisco last week have been released, ao
cording to reliable advices from Guad
alajara. capital of Jalisco. These re
ports state that Zamore has aurren-
The first beet sugar factory In Gef
manv was opened In 1 S01 . but the In'
dustry Hd not get u firm hold until
A Government Bond Yielding 7' , ' H
9 With Chance of 77', to 126 , Profit B
tJ Tlouugh the present lo.cign exchange situation an ex Bj
t3 ceptlon.il Investment opportunity exists In Argentine Gov. 3
I Bfnntent Bxternsl Sterling 4 per cent Bonds. Inasmuch as
I M Interest and principal arc redeemable In pounds sterling. (tj
The following table Indicates the annual Income, at va- fcl
zJ rlous rates ot exchange, and alto maximum possible np-
tj preclatlon. JS
Eg A.1 exchange Anuugl Erofi1 it B
rate ut income drawn by lot B
3 80 7 07". 77' H
M 3.90 7.26 81 B
b5 4 50 8 37 109 B
gj 4 87 9.06 126 B
f-m The Argentine Republic WSS unaffected by war and hos Mmj j
3 not hod the enormous Increase In debt. Inflation of cur- CH
I m rency and destruction of wealth which most European na i-
.Z) tlons have experienced. Its wealth Is ejtlmnted at $l.S0O w-A J
I per capita with a debt of only S8V00 per capita. H
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