The members of the Cabinet, well scattered during the hot season at the Capital, are pursuing many types of rest and labor.
Mr. Kellogg keeps himself at Washington, thinking nothing of occasional trips to Minnesota when opportunity offers.
Mr. Mellon shuttles back and forth between his rented summer home at Southhampton, L. I., and the Capital, where debt-funding business requires him again and again.
Mr. Weeks, recovering from a severe illness, abides and probably will abide for some time at his home in Massachusetts, while Acting Secretary Dwight Filley Davis carries on his duties...