Last week, aboard the Leviathan, two people, meticulous and honest, made out their customs list. They were Secretary of State Frank Billings Kellogg and Mrs. Kellogg. They were returning to New York after the signing of the Kellogg pact in Paris (TIME, Sept. 3) and after a four-day visit to Ireland.

Mrs. Kellogg had several items to declare. Most noteworthy were Irish winter underwear, Irish lace, Irish steamer rugs, a few Paris gowns, lingerie, perfume. Mr. Kellogg had less to declare but there was, of course, that gold pen which he received at...

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