THE CABINET: Empty Posts

The French cruiser Tourville steamed westward across the Atlantic last week bearing home the body of Myron Timothy Herrick, late U. S. Ambassador to France. Manhattan prepared to receive it with solemn honors, in which France's dead Foch was to share. In Ohio waited a grave.

Meanwhile discussion of a successor to Mr. Herrick's high diplomatic post began. Four names emerged: Frank Billings Kellogg, John Joseph Pershing, Alvan Tufts Fuller, Frederick Henry Prince. President Hoover was faced with the necessity also of finding a new man to represent the U. S. at the...

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