National Affairs: Cooperation from Canada

Secretary of State Hughes published some correspondence that he has been having with the Canadian Government through the British Embassy in Washington. Mr. Hughes has been trying (with indifferent success) to secure Canada's coöperation in preventing border rum-smuggling.

March 7, Secretary Hughes wrote Sir Auckland Geddes, British Ambassador, asking whether the Canadian Government was disposed to cooperate to prevent rum running.

More than three months later (June 19), Sir Auckland referred the matter to the Canadian Government.

July 16, the British Chargé d'Affaires replied for the Canadian Government that it was already giving the...

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