THE CABINET: Diplomatic Changes

With the Embassy at Berlin waiting an Ambassador, Secretary of State Kellogg was obliged to scurry around to find other diplomatic officers as well.

To two vacant posts, charges d'affaires trained in the service were promoted: Charles C. Eberhardt of Kansas was made Minister to Nicaragua and George T. Summerlin of Louisiana was appointed Minister to Honduras.

It was then announced that John Wallace Riddle, Ambassador to Argentina, had resigned. The circumstances of his retirement were peculiar. On May 6, 1916, Mr. Riddle was married to Miss Theodate Pope, an architect by profession. Just 365 days earlier, she had been aboard...

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