National Affairs: G. O. P. Convention Plans

The Republican National Committee came together in Washington and decided that the Republican National Convention would meet on June 10, 1924, at Cleveland. The choice of the convention city was made among three contenders, Chicago (the favorite) having dropped out at the request of the Administration, (TIME, Dec. 17). The vote was: Cleveland 39; San Francisco 10; Des Moines 1.

Cleveland has guaranteed $125,000 to the National Committee for the expenses of the Convention. Public Hall where the Convention will be held, is to be rented to the Committee for the sum of $1....

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