National Affairs: Two Rewards

In 1907 Hubert Durrett Stephens was holding public office (a district attorneyship) when Charles Thomas Fisher Jr. was a suckling babe. Last week they both received like privileges, the right to suckle Uncle Sam's payroll for $10,000 a year as directors of RFC. But these identical privileges were to them quite different rewards.

The reward in Mr. Fisher's case was not the money. His father, one of the seven Fisher Body Brothers, has enough of that. Less than seven years ago young Mr. Fisher was a student at Georgetown University. He emerged to...

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