INTERNATIONAL: Triumph of Kellogg

A twelvemonth of international negotiation was triumphantly concluded, last week, by Frank Billings Kellogg, Secretary of State of the U. S.

The small, wiry man with the careworn face was happy. He had lived down his onetime nickname, "Nervous Nelly." Now the whole world knew him as the author of The Multilateral Treaty to Renounce War as an Instrument of National Policy. He has just received, last week, the unanimous promises to sign his treaty of the following nations: Great Britain, France, Germany, Japan, Italy, Canada, Australia, Poland, New Zealand, India, Rumania, South...

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