Law: Better Pay

"The two greatest lawyers of the U. S." were presented to the Judiciary Committee of both Houses by a delegation from the American Bar Association. The two lawyers are among the most noted of those who go frequently into court to look upon the faces of Federal judges, and both are onetime nominees for President — Charles E. Hughes and John W. Davis. They had come to argue for a bill increasing the salaries of Federal judges. Mr. Hughes snapped his fingers: "I don't care that for all your Fourth of July orations...

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