There will be no Nobel peace prize this year. Can’t think why.
Congresswoman-elect Jeannette Rankin says “I knew the women would stand by me.” The NYT informs us that “Miss Rankin makes her own clothes and hats, and she is also an excellent cook.”
As a war measure, evening dress is now banned from Paris opera houses.
While Charles Evans Hughes isn’t ready to concede the election, he is telling his supporters to stop making accusations of election fraud.
The LAT continues to blame Governor/Senator-elect Hiram Johnson for Hughes’ defeat in California, suggesting that since Johnson won his election by 200,000 votes and “his political machine has elected enough of its mercenaries to assure the control of the next Legislature,” it isn’t possible for a fellow Republican to lose for president in the state without some sort of ballot fraud, and there should be a recount. The paper thinks that the deal that “regular” Republicans made to support Johnson if Progressives supported Hughes was somehow binding on the electorate. It also claims that the Johnson machine used RNC money to support Wilson, as recounted in this article.
I especially like the little “Iscariot.”
The LAT also has an editorial.
They’re sure the indignation over this treachery will rebound on Johnson at some point.
Hiram Johnson will continue as US senator from California until his death in 1945.