THE TARIFF: More Aftermath

The Undersecretary of the Treasury, like anyone else, may be expected to take a summer vacation. Fortnight ago when Ogden Livingston Mills slipped off on the Bremen for Europe, the U. S. Press paid scant attention. Before he could land in France, however, alert newshawks in Paris were cabling dispatches to their papers that French officials believed Undersecretary Mills was coming on a special mission for President Hoover, that he was to investigate European reactions to the new Hawley-Smoot Tariff Act, and also to close negotiations on...

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