Peanuts and Pop

It is astonishing that no enterprising theatrical producer—one of those who stages Follies and Foibles and Vanities and Scandals—has yet put an Investigations on the boards. In Washington the Investigations of 1924 is a leading attraction. Everybody flocks to it. Smoking is permitted. As yet admission is not charged nor have peanut and pop concessions been sold. Otherwise it is a first-rate amusement.

The elevator operators in the Senate office building have adapted themselves to the pastime. On reaching the third floor they call "Oil," and a portion...

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