THE CABINET: Work and Overwork

Since Woodrow Wilson paid the penalty for overwork with an almost fatal breakdown, it might have been expected that official Washington would take care of its health. Instead (not to mention the President and Mrs. Harding) Attorney-General Daugherty has narrowly escaped from a complete collapse and is in the South recuperating; Secretary

Hughes has been struggling with grippe, but keeping at his desk; Colonel Forbes of the Veterans' Bureau resigned because of his health; Secretaries Davis and Weeks, as well as Chairman Lasker are in the South, also getting a much-needed rest.


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