THE CONGRESS: Investigation by Headlines

On his head a straw hat, on his arm a stick, in his breast pocket a handkerchief, at his throat a red cravat with large white polka dots, the chief police officer of the U. S. Senate last week set out upon a manhunt. Last year Sergeant-at-Arms Chesley W. Jurney tracked down through a fairyland of misadventures Lawyer-Lobbyist William P. MacCracken, one-time Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Aeronautics, helped to have him jailed for ten days for contempt of the Senate (TIME, Feb. 12, 1934,...

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