Duty whispered low, "Thou must," and Calvin Coolidge got ready to leave Wisconsin. Callers of note became more plentiful at the Summer White House.

Secretary of War Davis appeared, to tell about Hawaii's forts and sesquicentennial celebration. The Lakes-to-Atlantic seaway, as an outlet for Midland farm produce, was also on the Secretary's mind. He issued a statement in behalf of the St. Lawrence River route as against the Mohawk Valley-Hudson River route.

Chairman Eugene Meyer of the Federal Farm Loan Board stopped in on his annual western tour. Again the Farm Problem received...

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