POLITICAL NOTES: Democratic Convention

A movement to make New York the seat of the 1924 Democratic National Convention is meeting with strong opposition from Cleveland and San Francisco. It seems to be a matter of money, principally. The Democratic National Committee has a deficit of $176,000—legacy of the terrible 1920 campaign. New York is said to have offered the committee a bonus of $500,000. San Francisco has put up $250,000 as inducement. It is not known what offer Cleveland has made; but the Mayor of Cleveland has publicly declared that he considers Cleveland the only possible place...

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