National Affairs: Humiliation

For speaking out of turn for Hoover at Kansas City, William S. Vare, U. S. Senator-suspect from Pennsylvania, Republican boss of Philadelphia, last week received a formal rebuke in the June Bulletin of the Republican League of Philadelphia. This League is not to be confused with Boss Vare's machine. The statement, in part, read as follows: "Secretary Mellon was chairman of the Pennsylvania delegation. As such he could not announce the position of the delegates until after they had held a caucus. . . . For a member of the delegation, over the head of the chairman, to presume to commit...

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