SUPREME COURT: Justice Grinding

There are but five living men who have been defeated nominees of major political parties for election to the Presidency. Last week three of them assembled in one room, not to exchange reminiscences, but to settle a greater matter cf justice in regard to a principal sum of $148.28 and $20.40 interest.

The candidate who was defeated in 1912 wore a black robe and sat behind a long table. The candidate defeated in 1916 and the candidate defeated in 1924 appeared in long coats of black. Technically they were present as "friends" of...

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