POLITICAL NOTES: In New York

Pointing with pride at prosperity, viewing Tammany with alarm, the G. O. P. of New York State went into convention at Syracuse to choose men to help dislodge the Brown Derby from its native perch.

For the gubernatorial candidate the choice was an able, amiable little Jew who now occupies an office across the hall from Governor Smith at Albany—Attorney-General Albert Ottinger. For its senatorial candidate the party looked far aloof and picked out no less a personage than droop-lidded, bespectacled Alanson Bigelow Houghton, U. S. Ambassador to the Court of St....

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