Clem Shaver, Chairman of the Democratic National Committee chosen by John W. Davis in 1924, appeared last week unobtrusively in Washington. He was preparing the party organization for the Congressional campaign next fall. The National Democratic Headquarters, which he stripped of almost all its employes after Mr. Davis' defeat, is being enlarged. Richard T. Buchanan of Indiana was appointed publicity director. Mr. Shaver is expected shortly to announce that the Democratic debt of $200,000 left over from the last campaign has been wiped out.


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