National Affairs: Hail and Farewell

After the French Debt Commission left Washington there was one brief scene of its American journey yet to be enacted.

On the train the weary M. Cai-llaux spoke to reporters. Some one told him of having paused before a window in Washington where pictures of the French Debt mission were displayed and of having heard a woman say: "Oh, how sly they look!" "Ah yes!" exclaimed M. Caillaux, with a weary irony. "The Wizard! It is always the same. All people believe that foreigners would eat them if they could."

At Manhattan automobiles carried the...

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