In Hanna Manner

Governor Channing Cox of Massachusetts rolled the syllables upon his tongue as he named William M. Butler for the seat in the U. S. Senate left vacant by the demise of Henry Cabot Lodge.

Thus were answered a number of questions:

1) Q.—How will Mr. Coolidge "take care of" the campaign manager who added four years to his tenure of office?

A.—Mr. Butler will not be cared for in the Cabinet. He is given a seat in the Senate.

2) Q.—What sort of successor to Mr. Lodge will go...

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