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James J. Davis, United States Senator from Pennsylvania, and Cabinet Member under the President, is seen here after he had left Federal Court in New York, September 19, 1932.
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James J. Davis, United States Senator from Pennsylvania, and Cabinet Member under the President, is seen here after he had left Federal Court in New York, where he was indicted on ten counts on charges of violating the Federal laws prohibiting matter pertaining to lotteries from the mails

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Senator Indicted on Lottery Charge. James J. Davis, United States Senator from Pennsylvania, and Cabinet Member under the President, is seen here after he had left Federal Court in New York, where he was indicted on ten counts on charges of violating the Federal laws prohibiting matter pertaining to lotteries from the mails. The charges are in connection with a drive for the charity fund of the Loyal Order of Moose. Davis is a candidate for re-election to the Senate.

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