National Affairs: Miscellaneous Mentions: Mar. 2, 1925

At an election in Kansas, more than 300,000 children voted and elected the Western Meadowlark (Rep.) the State bird of Kansas. The Meadowlark did not have anything like a majority, but it led the field with 48,395 votes, a plurality over the Quail (Dem.) and the Cardinal Bird (Prog.). The election was conducted by the Audubon Society.

In Massachusetts, a bill was passed authorizing that there be hung in the State Senate Chamber the portrait of the only man who ever was President of the State Senate, President of the U. S. Senate and...

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