THE CABINET: Famed of Name

Secretary Kellogg last week accomplished the difficult task of naming an Ambassador to Japan. The choice fell on Charles MacVeagh of Manhattan.

The name of MacVeagh (and the family) has more than once figured high on the roll of Government officers. The father of the present appointee, Wayne MacVeagh, who died eight years ago, was Attorney General under Garfield, and later Minister to Turkey and Ambassador to Italy. His uncle, Franklin MacVeagh, who lives at Dublin, N. H., was Secretary of the Treasury under President Taft.

Charles MacVeagh was born at West Chester,...

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