National Affairs: Political Entertainments

No merely promising young Congressman expects to be lionized and fêted when, in Chicago by Mrs. Edith Rockefeller Mc-Cormick, Mrs. Potter Palmer or other Tycoon's lady. But a third, second or first secretary of almost any embassy may aspire to these honors. They were bestowed in Chicago, last week, by Mrs. McCormick and Mrs. Palmer upon the Second Secretary of the Persian Embassy, one Prince* Mozaffar Firouz. The Secretary-Prince is slender, with large nose and an intelligent expression. Obliging, he read to smart Chicagoans a lecture: The Regeneration of Persia. Tidily he ate...

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