THE CONGRESS: Where Do Senators Go?

A watchful eye was caught last week by a name on a sign in a realty subdivision on the outskirts of Washington, D. C. The sign said to consult your own broker or

JOSEPH L. BRISTOW

The bell which that name rings in the mind has not pealed since 1915, when Joseph Little Bristow ceased to be a U. S. Senator from Kansas after six tempestuous years. In the mild-mannered gentleman who now farms and sells lots on the outskirts of Washington it is hard to find the bristle-lipped,...

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