THE CABINET: Borah & Hamlet

Last week Acting Secretary of State Castle sent a brief note to the British Embassy in Washington accepting the League of Nations' invitation to an International Monetary & Economic Conference. This parley, an outgrowth of the Lausanne agreement, will probably be held in London during the autumn. The U. S. is to join an organization committee to prepare agenda.

Tied to the U. S. acceptance of this bid was a string: the conference must not discuss Reparations, War Debts or specific tariffs. Left open for debate were such matters as silver (but...

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