In Mexico City last week onetime Vice President Charles Curtis, replete with a luncheon just given him by Ambassador Josephus Daniels, was reported to have "expressed admiration for President Roosevelt and the American delegates at the London Economic Conference."

From Palo Alto, Calif, went no such good-natured protestations from him with whom Citizen Curtis went down to defeat last November. Instead, onetime President Herbert Hoover grimly kept to himself his opinion of his successor in the White House, left his followers to wonder if he would try to be re-elected in 1936.* On...

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