National Affairs: Mr. Vanderlip's Crusade

Two young men of Ohio, Louis H. Brush and Roy D. Moore, filed suit to collect a sum of money which they asserted was due them from Frank A. Vanderlip, retired banker of Manhattan. In substance, they presented the following bill:

To damages because Mr. Vanderlip "wickedly and maliciously charged [TIME, Feb. 25] Brush and Moore with bribing Warren G. Harding . . to fail to perform certain of his official duties as President, and that the bribe consisted of the payment to President Harding of $550,000 in the purchase of The Marion Star,...

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