National Affairs: Resigned

John W. Davis resigned not once, but four times. He was preparing himself for the campaign. He resigned from his law firm of Stetson, Jennings, Russell and Davis−&the firm which has won him the displeasure, real or figured, of radicals, because it handles some legal business for J. P. Morgan and Co.

He also resigned from his posts, three in number, as Director of the U.S. Rubber Co., of the Santa Fe Railroad, of the National Bank of Commerce (Manhattan).


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