Political Notes: Jul. 2, 1923

When the President is in Alaska and Congress is at home, where do foreign diplomats at Washington go? Bluemont in the hills back of Washington is the usual spot, but lately they have been taking to Atlantic City and the neighboring shore. The Polish and Venezuelan Ministers, and the Brazillian Ambassador have all chosen the New Jersey Coast for their aestivations.

Hiram Johnson, high priest of all irreconcilables, is still in Europe and does not intend to return until the first return trip of the Leviathan in...

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