THE CABINET: Affairs of State

When U. S. citizens go to Canada it is usually for primitive reasons—to shoot or fish, to ski or skate, to eat, drink or make honeymoon. Secretary of State Kellogg had out his top hat and went to Canada last week. But his was a highly civilized reason. He went to pay back the ceremonious call which Canadian Prime Minister Mackenzie King paid the U. S. last autumn (TIME, Dec. 5).

Seated in the Canadian Senate, Secretary Kellogg heard a speech denouncing the thought of Canada's annexation by the U. S. as a "bogey"...

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