THE CABINET: Envoy to Canada

Last week President Coolidge wrote a letter to King George. Said the letter, in part: "Great and good friend: "I have conferred the rank of Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary upon Mr. William Phillips, a distinguished citizen of the United States. . . . He is well informed of the desire of this government to cultivate to the fullest extent the friendship . . . between Your Majesty's Dominion of Canada and this country.

"I, therefore, request Your Majesty to receive him favorably and to commend him to the officials of the...

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