With a month of private life left him before he becomes Pennsylvania's first Democratic Governor in 40 years, rich, socialite George Howard Earle of Philadelphia's swank "Main Line" last week:

¶Reported to the Pennsylvania Election Bureau that his successful campaign had cost $143,024, of which he personally had paid out $141,099.*

¶Bought, through an agent, $252.50 worth of Revolutionary General "Mad Anthony" Wayne's letters at a Manhattan Americana sale.

¶ Chose three more members of his State cabinet and a new State Relief...

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