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 - "Hutch's" Cartoon Creates Comment The cartoon...
"Hutch's" Cartoon Creates Comment The cartoon in Sunday's News has been commended very highly and several have been heard to say that His subject was the great battle now being waged in Congress to subtract Joe Cannon's dynamic influence. Hutch represents Uncle Joe, the divorced North Caroliian, as the bone of contention. He is. bodiless in tne picture and his legs are bent to represent the breast bone of a chicken. The Insurgents and Democratic have one limb and the Republicans have the other. These two forces are pulling against each other and when tne cartoon was made from the first edition story of The News neither side had won. In the second edition The News carried a story of Cannon's defeat, so not having time to make another caricature Hutch very cleverly brushed away the question mark and chiseled a "break in the bone showing victory for the Progressives.

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  1. The Charlotte News,
  2. 22 Mar 1910, Tue,
  3. Page 5

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