POLITICAL NOTES: Miscellaneous Mentions: May 31, 1926

In Vermont, onetime (1900-02) Governor William Wallace Stickney announced his candidacy for the Republican nomination for Senator against Porter H. Dale, the incumbent. The interest in Stickney's candidacy rests on a number of facts: 1) Senator Dale has not been a very close supporter of the President. 2) Governor Stickney is a cousin of the President and was chosen by him to administer his father's estate. 3) Mr. Stickney is also a law partner of Attorney General Sargent.

Secretary of War Dwight Filley Davis received...

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