Secretary of State Kellogg sounded off twice during the week and was a party to one quiet order.

World Peace. To the Council on Foreign Relations, at a banquet in Manhattan presided over by John W. Davis, Secretary Kellogg expounded "The War Prevention Policy of the United States." He generalized on the subject of multilateral treaties to outlaw war in such a way as to inform Foreign Minister Briand of France—who at about that time was nibbling his pen in Paris over an answer to Secretary Kellogg's last note—that the U. S. will not consider any military alliance to...

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