THE CABINET: Moose Member

Secretary of Labor James John Davis toured abroad, visiting and nurturing foreign chapters of the Loyal Order of Moose, of which he has been director-general for 22 years. He eyed peoples, thought about Immigration, thought about the U. S. labor market, in which, according to him, there are now only some 2,500,000 unemployed (Democrats say 4,000,000). On important subjects other than Moose and his own Department, he refused, when a Berlin journalist interviewed him last week, to be drawn out. What did he think about the operation of the Dawes Plan? "I am not an expert on financial situations," he...

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