National Affairs: Cause and Effect

Two fiery crosses burned in Montana as Nominee Smith passed through, yet Montana's Senator Walsh, too, is a Roman Catholic. . . . Montana's Senator Burton Kendall Wheeler, number-two-man of the Progressive (LaFollette) ticket in 1924, travelled with the Nominee on the train, energetic, cordial. . . . Some Montana Indians replaced the Brown Derby with eagle feathers and named the wearer Chief Leading Star. They daubed his face with warpaint. . . . . . . The Sioux of North Dakota produced another headdress and the Happy Warrior became Chief Charging Hawk...

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