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H. Clay Evans, Commissioner of Pensions, will succeed William McKinley Osborne as consul-general to London. General Osborne passed away April 29. Mr. Evans will assume charge of his new duties about the first of June.

The office of consul-general to London carries a salary of $5,000, and in addition to this there are fees which add from $15,000 to $20,000 to the income. It is the most important and most lucrative post in the consular service, and is more sought after than any of the diplomatic posts except the ambassadorships.

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