JAMES LORIMER ILSLEY is a modest, sober fellow. He shuns publicity and ostentation, is long on courage and common sense. A few months ago he confessed to a Capital Hill reporter that he was disappointed at the size of his income tax. “It only came to four or five thousand dollars,” he said; “I could afford to pay much more than that.”By THE MAN WITH A NOTEBOOK6 min
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