POLITICAL NOTES: Burning Disgrace

"Burning Disgrace"

Republicans in high places have done little to isolate themselves from the lavish vote-buying by their party brothers in Pennsylvania and Illinois beyond snorting, with Secretary Mellon, that such tactics are a regrettable necessity. But last week an orator fairly high in the hearts if not in the councils of Republicans let it be known that his political conscience, at least, did not condone Insull subsidies and the like. It was Col. Theodore Roosevelt instructing young Republicans in Manhattan in the way they should go. Said he:

"If we...

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