National Affairs: Investigations

The Senate investigations still plow onward, but as days go by seem to turn up less and less dirt. The one concrete result last week was really a corollary of an earlier event. William J. Burns, Director of the Bureau of Investigation, resigned and his resignation was accepted. Burns had been spattered in the attack on his chief, Attorney General Daugherty, and following the latter's resignation, the retirement of Burns was a natural sequence.

The new Attorney General, Mr. Stone, said: "I desire to thank you for your services to the Government and to...

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