Secretary of State Kellogg, for whose broad white head the figurative laurel of the Nobel Peace Prize is sometimes predicted, last week continued his pacific statesmanship.

He issued to 14 nations a fresh draft of his famed multilateral treaty to outlaw war, as revised to suit France's reservations relative to League of Nations obligations.

To the Latin-American governments, he issued a call, provided for at last winter's Pan-American Conference, for "plenipotentiary jurisconsults" to attend in Washington on December 10 a Pan-American war-condemning conference.


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