National Affairs: Political Notes: Dec. 10, 1923

If you were elected to Congress, how and where would you learn what to do next? Would you walk up the Capitol steps, hand the doorman your card, ask to be announced? Would you stop Mr. Mellon on the street and say: "Oh, Mr. Secretary of the Treasury, what about this week's pay?" If you would make these and other mistakes you had best attend the school of William Tyler Page, Clerk of the House of Representatives, and instructor in Congressional etiquette.

On Friday night before Congress assembled,...

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