Mr. D. H. Miller to Colonel E. M. House

Conference with Tyrrell and Crowe convinces me that no program of procedure for interallied conferences can be agreed on in advance and that it will be necessary for the President to have his own program of subjects to be discussed and of the order of discussion. I have this belief despite the expressed assent of Tyrrell and Crowe to the necessity of such a program but this assent was coupled with implied postponement until after arrival of President.