THE PRESIDENCY: Mr. Coolidge's Week: May 11, 1925

¶ Charles B. Warren, who did not become U. S. Attorney General (TIME, Mar. 23, 30, CABINET), lunched with the President.

¶ Publisher Hearst, in Washington to inspect his newspaper, lunched with the President.

¶ Fifty-four cases of smallpox, with 19 deaths, having been reported for Washington, D. C. (see SCIENCE), the President and White House employes were vaccinated.

¶ The President received at the White House nearly 500 secretaries of Automobile Associations, addressed them on their traffic problems : "They have to do with the elementals of social organization. They concern vital phases of community welfare and progress. The physical configuration of...

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