In summer, without Congress or competition, any Senator who stays in Washington can make news, get publicity. Last week's prime hot-weather newsmaker was Senator Thaddeus H. Caraway of Arkansas. He made four items of news by demanding:
1) The resignation of Chairman George Woodward Wickersham of the Hoover Law Enforcement Commission because of his Prohibition letter.
2) The recall of diplomatic violators of Washington's traffic rules.
3) A senatorial investigation of all lobbies.*
4) A statement from President Hoover as to where he stands on the tariff.
* Another critic of lobbies last week was Calvin Coolidge who wrote in the American Magazine that Congress was...