So they adjourned. But they go to "Y
bat again next week.
You gotta hand it to those alder
men for the way they sniff around
any proposition coming from a cor
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nance and so keep control in the
hands of the city. After that every
body was a little puzzled. They
couldn't understand why Payne
should be for the people and against
a railroad. It was anybody's guess.
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John M. Slaton, former governor of Georgia, and Mrs. Slaton, who are
recuperating from the" strain of the Leo M. Frank trial by taking a vacation
trip in the west.
GERMAN PRESS CONTINUES
WITH FRIENDLY ATTITUDE
Berlin, via The Habue, July 7.
Chancellor von Bethmann-Hollweg,
who returned to Berlin from his
daughter's wedding yesterday, con-1
ferred with Foreign Secretary von
Jagow until an early hour today re
garding German reply. Following this
conference it was stated at the for
eign office that communication prob
ably will be handed to Ambassador
Gerard, on Saturday.
E cepting Count von Reventlow,
editoripl writers here have refrained
from discussing the probable con
tents of reply for several days. Ger
man press on whole continues to
adopt friendly attitude toward Amer
ica. Without exception, for instance,
newspapers condemned attempt to
assassinate J. P. Morgan as act of a
Josephine Zuziak, 5, 1T21 W. Erie,
burned. Played with matches.
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