National Affairs: Great Lobby Hunt, Cont.

The Senate Lobby Committee last week continued its pursuit of persons who seek to influence federal legislation by fair means or foul. Chief incidents of the pursuit were:

Investigator. Back into service as a Senate investigator was brought redheaded, freckled-faced John G. Holland, 30, a Prohibition attorney for the U. S. in New York. Five years ago as a clerk in the office of Senator Thomas J. Walsh of Montana, Mr. Holland hounded out most of the secret facts which revealed the naval oil scandals.

Sugar Trail. Last fortnight was revealed a domestic (beet) sugar...

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