National Affairs: Campaign Footnoter

Vice President Charles Curtis journeyed last week to Kansas City, Mo., enunciated further footnotes to the Congressional Campaign. After breakfast next morning he waited in his hotel lobby for a committee of city officials to come to escort him in state to the station. When they failed to arrive as train time approached, the Vice President called a taxi. The hotel doorman, unwilling to see the nation's No. 2 executive depart unhonored, jumped in beside him, escorted him to the Union Station behind five motorcycle police.

Curtis footnote-of-the-week: "When the money gets to work, the change will come."

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