THE PRESIDENCY: After 17 Years

"A woman's name should appear in print but twice—when she is married and when she is buried," but certain exceptions, doubtless, may be pardoned in a President's wife, and few Presidents' wives have lived up to the above maxim better than the one who proposed it—Edith Carow Roosevelt.

Last week the good lady's name appeared thrice in print but she was not married, nor, happy to relate, was she buried. None the less she emerged momentarily, if not by her own seeking, from the voluntary...

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