National Affairs: National Affairs: Votes Nov. 5, 1928

Additions to the Smith movement included:

The Daily News, Manhattan tabloid, circulation 1,249,503 (largest in the U. S.). Reason: Prohibition.

The Afro-American Weekly in Baltimore, second-largest Negro publication in the U. S. (circulation 49,384).* Reason: Hoover's acceptance of support from Klansmen.

Major Frank J. Lund, Iowa manager for Frank Orren Lowden.

Joseph Leiter, Chicago coal man, son of the late Levi Zeigler Leiter (onetime partner of Marshall Field), brother-in-law of the late Marquese Curzon of Kedleston, husband of Juliette Williams Leiter (famed Washington hostess). Reason:...

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