THE CABINET: Tokyo Vacated

The everchanging personnel of Secretary Hughes' diplomatic emissaries after undergoing a thorough rearrangement during the last twelvemonth, is again to foe altered. Cyrus E. Woods, who last summer was transferred from Madrid to Tokyo sent in his resignation. He resigned on account of the health of his mother-in-law which had been affected by the ordeal of the Japanese earthquake last Summer. In making the announcement, the White House asserted that—in spite of all diplomatic usage—health really was the cause of Mr. Woods' retirement. The State Department declared that Mr. Woods' resignation had...

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