A nine-days' mystery proved, last week, to be merely a mistake. "Phil- osopher-General" Lincoln C. Andrews, newly appointed Assistant Secretary of the Treasury, will not, as originally reported, manage the foreign debt business of the U. S. (TIME, Apr. 6). General Andrews has been placed in charge of Customs, Coast Guard, Prohibition Unit, especially the last. The ex-cavalry officer who reorganized the military police system of the A. E. F. was regarded somewhat doubtfully as a supervisor of international billions, was hailed with enthusiasm...

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