National Affairs: Dull-Eyed

Able Vermont Senator Porter H. Dale, long a quiet, potent Administration opponent, calmly derides Attorney General Sargent's rustic policies. Some months ago W. W. Stickney, onetime Governor of Vermont, announced his satiety with this situation, proposed in the fall to oust Senator Dale from his seat, proposed to fill the seat himself. Mr. Stickney is Mr. Sargent's law partner. Mr. Stickney is a cousin of President Coolidge. Mr. Stickney is the executor of the estate of President Coolidge's father, the late Colonel John Coolidge. In fact, John Coolidge received his title...

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