To get the Hoover campaign rolling in the Midwest, Secretary of War Hurley, dapper and dashing, went to Columbus, Ohio last week to address the Republican State Convention. His speech, like Secretary Mills' in Boston fortnight ago, was a master text, hall-marked by the White House for lesser G. 0. Partisans to echo on the stump. Loud of voice, wide of gesture, Secretary Hurley demonstrated the approved party method of defending President Hoover and attacking Governor Roosevelt. Excerpts:

"Let us compare the vague, indefinite suggestions of the...

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