National Affairs: In the Cosmopolitan

Some people will write almost anything for money; William Randolph Hearst will pay them for it and publish it. In the March Cosmopolitan, Mrs. Elizabeth Jaffray, onetime White House housekeeper (TIME, Nov. 15), tells in one breath that President Harding used to drink whiskey with his friends in the White House after the 18th Amendment was passed; in the next breath that she put her arms around Mrs. Harding after the President's death, while the widow murmured: "Oh, Mrs. Jaffray!"


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