Having won New York City for his tribe, James J. Walker, Tammany Mayor-elect, traveled south to rest. He paused at Atlanta in Georgia which, only a little over a year ago, sent a delegation to the Democratic National Convention pledged to defeat the candidacy of Governor Al Smith and knock Tammany into a cocked hat.

But when Mr. Walker of New York paused in Atlanta, he was not greeted by a delegation in white robes and hoods inviting him to move on. He was met by Governor Clifford Walker of Georgia; by Hoke...

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