National Affairs: Forgotten Dollars

Governor Roosevelt broke another political precedent last week when he appealed by radio to his "forgotten man" for small contributions to the Democratic campaign fund. Next day to Manhattan headquarters a Dr. M. Collier, dentist, brought the first $1. Behind him came Bishop Julius Walter Atwood of Arizona, member of Manhattan's exclusive Century Club, with a $10 check. First day's collections: $197.50. Campaign budget: $1,500,000. Two days later Nominee Roosevelt went to Sea Girt, N. J.. where Boss Frank Hague had massed 100,000 Democrats to hear him speak on Prohibition. Flaying the Republican...

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