POLITICAL NOTES: Candidate Baker

He is a small man and a quiet man, but Washington, D. C., always takes notice when Newton D. Baker comes to town. Last week Mr. Baker was there for three days, to attend sessions of the National Crime Commission. (See CRIME col. 1). He presided over that section of the commission which studies social, educational and industrial conditions to discover crime preventives. Also he functioned, as no one else can, as toastmaster at the commission's banquet.

Washington particularly noticed Baker last week because, in all the talk about...

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