DEMOCRATS: Magistrate Smith

The people—sightseers who wander through the State Capitol at Albany, N. Y., are apparently no bother at all to Nominee Smith in his conduct of his state's business. He even permits them to stop, look and listen in the executive chamber while he holds hearings as New York's chief magistrate.

Some typical Smith-in-action which 100 or more of the peepul went home and told their friends about last week, was the following:

Case 1. A New Yorker named Saunders was wanted in Georgia for alleged stock-swindling there between June, 1926 and April, 1927. Counsel...

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