THE CABINET: Morrow in Mexico

With high pomp and circumstance, a squad of Mexican officials and a squadron of mounted guards called at the U. S. Embassy in Mexico City for Ambassador-extraordinary-and-plenipotentiary Dwight Whitney Morrow. Clattering back through the streets, the cavalcade conducted Mr. Morrow to the presidential palace. On the stroke of noon, President Plutarco Elias Calles entered the ambassador's salon to receive Mr. Morrow's credentials, hear his speech and make reply. By coincidence, each spoke exactly 170 words, Mr. Morrow in English, President Calles in Spanish. President Calles asked Mr. Morrow to sit down...

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