Through the door of the Presidential suite in Washington's Hotel Willard one afternoon last week peeped a lady with the reputation of being the wisest of her clan —Alice Roosevelt Longworth. Beside her peeped pretty Mrs. Patrick Jay Hurley, wife of the Secretary of War.
"Isn't it killing?" giggled Mrs. Hurley.
"Very funny," admitted Mrs. Longworth.
Object of their merriment was Mrs. Longworth's halfbrother, Theodore Roosevelt. Back from a capable administration of Porto Rico, he had been appointed Governor General of the Philippines, was now...