POLITICAL NOTES: Two Outstanding Acts

The Ohio Bar Association held its annual meeting, invited, among other dignitaries, Harry M. Daugherty, one-time (from 1921 until the oil rumpus) Attorney General. He was obliged to decline, but wrote instead a long letter which since has been given circulation among his friends. Extracts :

"For obvious reasons I hereby take the liberty of calling to your attention two outstanding acts of the Department of Justice during my administration as Attorney General:

"First, the securing of the injunction in the shopcrafts railroad strike, for which my impeachment was attempted by the Radicals...

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