CABINET: Disunited Doings

The members of the Cabinet found themselves scattered and engaged in multifarious summer activities. The ten in order of rank came into, or stayed out of, the news as follows:

Frank B. Kellogg, Secretary of State, remained at his desk without public utterance, played golf.

Andrew W. Mellon, Secretary of the Treasury, accompanied by his son Paul, sailed for Europe last week on the Majestic to visit his daughter and her husband, David Bruce, now U. S. vice—consul at Rome. Mr. Mellon had just issued a statement saying that the pre-armistice debts contracted by...

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