OHIO: Sixth City

Of the six largest States, all except No. 6 (California) are governed by Democrats. Conversely, in the six largest U. S. cities only Chicago has for its Mayor a Democrat. In this independence of the local electorate Republicans glimpse the brightest ray in their infinitely gloomy skies.

Last week some 190,000 Cleveland voters trooped to the polls in a non-partisan primary to cull surplus candidates, leaving the two high men to choose from as Mayor of U. S. City No. 6. While a Mayor will not be elected until next month, observers knew...

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