National Affairs: Number Twos

Mrs. Edward Everett (Dolly) Gann, Second Lady of the Land, last week set-at rest the misgivings of temperate Christian women. Mrs. Ludie D. Pickett, president of the Kentucky W. C. T. U., having heard that Mrs. Gann dined last month at the British Embassy, wrote and asked: "Is the honor and dignity of your country as dear to you as your own status in the social life of Washington? Did you for the honor and dignity of your country decline liquor at Sir Esme Howard's dinner?"

Replied Mrs. Gann: "I did decline. . . ....

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