POLITICAL NOTES: Ambassadors Three

Cyrus E. Woods, slender, gray-suited, American Ambassador to Madrid; Colonel George Harvey, tall, horn-spectacled, with square-topped derby; Alanson B. Houghton, clean-shaven, florid and grave, Ambassador to Berlin, came down the gangplank of the George Washington together, back from Europe with the usual Ambassadorial truisms.

Harvey said that conditions in England were improving; Houghton said that Germany was poor and her people looking for work, and that he didn't think they wanted another war. Mr. Woods said that Spain was very prosperous and had virtually no unemployment. Referring to the political situation,...

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