The Story of Edward Hines, who is Falsely Accused of Having Secured by Bribery the Election of William Lorimer to the Senate of the United States. A Discussion of the Remarkable Testimony Given at Various Times by Clarence S. Funk, as Derived from the Official Records.

Chicago: The Regan Printing House, [1911?]. First edition. 8vo, original printed wrappers, 79 pages. Wrappers a little sunned; a very good copy. Item #10072

A fairly caustic by-way in the scandal following the election of Chicago Republican machine boss William Lorimer to the Senate; Adams here defends Hines, a Chicago lumberman, who was reported to have said that he had raised a fund of $100,000 "with which to 'put Lorimer over.'" For more on the Lorimer controversy, see his entry in American Nat'l Biography.

Price: $25.00