Political Notes: Nov. 12, 1923

Andrew W. Mellon, Secretary of the Treasury, made his second public speech since taking office. His first speech was made last May at the unveiling of a monument of Alex- ander Hamilton at the south end of the Treasury Building. Last week Mr. Mellon attended a ball given in Washington by the Investment Bankers' Association. Persistent demands brought him from retirement and the rear of his box to speak—barely a mouthful of words.

The modest Secretary was not to escape so easily, however. " A beautiful bobbed-haired...

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