THE PRESIDENCY: The White House Week: Jan. 11, 1926

¶Before Congress reassembled, the President was busy seeing members of that body. Senator Borah was with him one night for dinner. Senator Smoot dropped in with friends. Others came to see, to urge or to inquire.

¶Mrs. John B. Henderson, society leader in the Capital, recently looked upon modern fashions and found them bad, especially the skirts. Skirts should be ankle length she opined, and told it to the newspapers. An enterprising reporter went back to her for more opinions on account of certain information which he...

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