A handful of important Republicans went to Topeka last week to tell Charles Curtis that he had been renominated for the Vice-Presidency. They did not refer to the fact that about 35% of the delegates at the Chicago convention voted against him for a second term. Comfortably full of Senator Arthur Capper's luncheon, the Vice President received the news on the north steps of the State capitol. That location was chosen for economy's sake, as no expensive awning was needed to shade the notifiers. With the Vice President were his sister, Mrs....

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