TERRITORIES: Return of Wood

To the President at the State Lodge last week came Governor General of the Philippine Islands Leonard Wood. No other U. S. citizen has had so long or so distinguished a colonial career as General Wood, whom four Presidents (McKinley, Roosevelt, Harding, Coolidge) have placed to take charge of U. S. colonies.* Yet last week it was generally felt that the Governor General had come home to stay. For General Wood returned a sick man, his future career depending upon the decision of doctors whom he will later consult in the East. They...

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