National Affairs: Booms

The situations of the gentlemen who aspire to head their Parties' tickets in 1924 changed little except for a certain amount of " crystallization" —the natural result of approaching Presidential primaries.

In South Dakota " county proposal meetings" were held to choose delegates to state conventions of each Party, to be held Dec. 4. These conventions, according to South Dakota's practice, will select first and second choices to appear on Presidential primary ballots in the Spring. Most of the delegates chosen were uninstructed. In the Republican State...

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