Battle of the Atlantic

One million people, by the coldest reckoning, and in all probability many more saw or tried to see Nominee Smith in New England last week. Some of those who tried were carried away in ambulances. . . .

There were crowds and there was noise when the Brown Derby's train, coming from Albany, stopped at Springfield. Editor Waldo Cook, 63, of the Springfield Republican, said he had never seen anything like it in all his many and much observing years. At Worcester, the people and the noise were again...

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