National Affairs: Corn Convention

It was largely to attract conventions that a $10,000,000 town auditorium was constructed on Cleveland's lakefront. Not without pride do the managers of Hotels Statler, Hollenden, Winton and even the Van Sweringen Brothers' dignified Hotel Cleveland, recall what fine times they have had with visiting swarms of Elks or Engineers. A Cleveland climax was the G. O. P. convention of 1924.

Last week Cleveland found itself the scene of another convention. Policeman Frank Osowski, patrolling near the Hotel Statler, watched the delegates arrive. Many a convention delegate had Officer Osowski seen before but...

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