THE CAMPAIGN: Alarums & Excursions

The progress of another week's campaigning brought all candidates seven days nearer to the election.

¶ Calvin Coolidge sat tight and held his peace.

¶ Charles G. Dawes rolled out of Louisville on the Dawes special to Shelbyville, Frankfort, Lexington, Covington and sundry other centres. He stood on the back platform, cried: "Look out, citizens of Kentucky !" ; warned against LaFollette and the latter's attitude toward the Supreme Court. Soon after, the citizens of Evanston, Ill., saw their townsman returning to his home to rest, to write speeches...

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