POLITICAL NOTES: Feb. 9, 1925

Invitations to President Coolidge's inauguration were sent to the Governors of all the states. The first "regret" to be received was from Governor Elaine of Wisconsin, the only Northern state which did not give its electoral vote to Mr. Coolidge.

Emile Daeschner (see Page 1), new French Ambassador at Washington, found he could not take up residence in the French Embassy. M. Jusserand, retiring after 22 years of service, had carried away most of the furniture, which was his own. M. Daeschner went to a hotel and Premier Herriot promised he would...

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