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BANKING: Paid in Full

A nostalgic milestone of the Great Depression was passed in Chicago last week. In 1932, the Reconstruction Finance Corp. lent $90,000,000 to Chicago's Central...

No Hope for Dawes?

Tireless, if footsore, is Vice President Dawes in his advocacy of a majority cloture rule for the Senate. Having previously spoken in Alabama and in New...

Fun

That whimsical Hoosier, the late Thomas R. Marshall, inaugurated the annual Vice Presidential feast in honor of the Senate page boys, Calvin Coolidge continued...

THE CONGRESS: Dawes vs. Moses

Charles G. Dawes, Vice President, and Knight errant for reform in the rules of the Senate, traveled into the fastnesses of New Hampshire, home of Senator...

National Affairs: Luncheon

Charles G. Dawes had 65 guests at luncheon—the pages and employes of the Senate. He said to the pages: "Don't be 'hip flask' boys, and—I suppose I shouldn't...

National Affairs: Dawesology

In Chicago, the Vice President told a story. In Boston, he created a noonday commotion and dominated a solemn evening jubilee. The Story. Jack, Charlie, Bill,...

National Affairs: In Maine

Closely following his notification in Evanston, and only the day after John W. Davis' second speech, Charles G. Dawes went to Maine in preparation for the...

National Affairs: Campaign Notes

Ida M. Tarbell, erstwhile Carrie Nation of petroleum, announced that she would vote for Coolidge. Almost immediately twelve ladies (Harriet Stanton Blatch,...

POLITICAL NOTES: Mar. 10, 1923

General Charles G. Dawes, who in 1921 organized the first national budget, has written a book: The First Year of the Budget of the United States. The General...

REPARATIONS: Silence at Paris

No. 1 Committee of Experts (TIME, Dec. 10 et seq.), whose chairman is the renowned General Dawes, whose function is to report upon the means of stabilizing...

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