National Affairs: Miscellaneous Mentions: Jan. 17, 1927

Albert B. Fall, whose name has something to do with oil, is suffering from pneumonia. Last week word flew about that he is going to run for Senator in New Mexico in 1928. He hopes to vindicate himself, it is said. Citizens with good memories recall that he had been a Senator before becoming Secretary of the Interior under President Harding.

Gov. and Mrs. Dan Moody of Texas are going to do their "dead level best" to live in the executive mansion on a salary of $4,000 a year—according to Mrs. Moody, who is young...

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