Business: Retailer's Voice

While waiting to argue a case before the U. S. Supreme Court one day ten years ago, Lawyer Newton Diehl Baker was asked if he could suggest a good man for city manager of Cincinnati. The Wartime Secretary of War recommended Lieut. Colonel Clarence Osborne Sherrill, who was then serving as director of the capital's grounds & public buildings by appointment of President Harding. A staff officer of the 77th Division during the War. Col. Sherrill had been an Army engineer for nearly 24 years, could have retired in a year and a half. Cincinnati's...

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