THE PRESIDENCY: Republican Logging

The woodman's axe rings once more among Presidential timber. Industrious politicians prepare with the approach of Winter to sluice their sturdy oaks through the waters of party politics down to the convention sawmill. The Stewart Edward Whites and James Oliver Curwoods of politics have already written the opening chapters of the great log drive.

¶Calvin Coolidge, President of the U. S., was first of the monarchs of the forest to tremble last week before the insidious chill of the approaching season. The Senators from Pennsylvania, George Wharton Pepper and David A. Reed,...

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