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The special committee of six members of the House, appointed upon complaint of the American Newspaper Publishers' Association, to investigate the wood pulp and print paper situation in relation to the tariff and with regard to an alleged conspiracy in restraint of trade, submitted a majority and a minority report. The majority report recommended that no legislation affecting the wood pulp and print paper be enacted until the committee has further investigated and reported. The minority report recommended the passage of the Stevens bill in its present form to place wood pulp and print paper on the free list.

At the George Junior Republic in Freeville, New York's strayed boys have reclaimed themselves for fourteen years. That every State may eventually have the same sure means of turning its young incorrigibles into good citizens is the plan of the national as sociation which has just been formed by the organizations in California, New York, Connecticut, and Maryland. Already Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Illinois are planning State colonies to join the National George Junior Republic, while a dozen other States have applied to be represented.

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