National Affairs: Proud Queen

Rare among cities, Cincinnati lies along her seven hills watching the lordly Ohio lap at her feet. Proud is the Queen City of her Gruen watches, her Ivory soap, her municipally-owned railway which brings her half a million a year, her celebrated zoo and outdoor opera, her beer, her famed families of Longworths and Tafts. Prouder still was she last week. Cincinnati had done for the fifth time what no other U. S. city of comparable size (452.000 pop.) had done twice in succession—reinaugurated a reform municipal government. And Cincinnati was that almost...

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