Political Notes: Nov. 19, 1923

When Representative Graham of Illinois, Republican, heard that Secretary of the Treasury Mellon had advocated tax reduction, he exclaimed :

"I am not in accord with Mr. Mellon, and it was darned poor judgment to express his views at this time. The people in my country are against reducing income taxes on large incomes."

Governor Pinchot, campaigning against liquor in Pennsylvania, passed the word along to the State Board of Motion Picture Censors. Hereafter, no pictures of drinking parties, hip flasks, violations of the Volstead Act, or...

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