National Affairs: Political Notes: Jul. 9, 1923

Woodrow Wilson's life, according to Washington correspondents, has of late consisted largely of refusing offers to lecture for Chautauqua. One Chautauqua manager declared that the ex-President would be the greatest attraction in the country— could name his own price. But Mr. Wilson is obdurate.

Senator Pat Harrison, of the virulent tongue, able Democratic whip from Mississippi, is getting $100 a speech on the Chautauqua circuit. His opponents comment: " At last he has found a market for his wares."

The Chicago Tribune presented a Presidential ticket for...

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