THE CABINET: Secretary to Senator

Japanese shot & shell dropping into Shanghai have done more during the last month than spread death & destruction among luckless Chinese. They have also dropped into the lawyer-like mind of Secretary of State Stimson a mass of new and anxious thoughts on the peace of the Pacific. Last week Statesman Stimson was ready to take out these thoughts and put them down on paper. There was a sharp buzz of diplomatic excitement when Washington heard he was writing "something." Some correspondents predicted it would be a "stiff note" to Japan, protesting...

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