National Affairs: It's Candy'

Last week President-elect Roosevelt was back at his home-away-from-home, Warm Springs, Ga. There he was to pick his Cabinet before going off on Vincent Astor's Nourmahal for a fishing trip in Florida waters. The shank of February was to be spent either at Hyde Park or in the Capital itself at the Townsend home on Massachusetts Avenue. After that—the Inaugural, plans for which had grown so lavish last week that it was going to take General Pershing to lead the parade.

The President-elect's arrival at Warm Springs climaxed an arduous and eventful week. In...

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