Foreign News: The League

At Geneva

On Sept. 3 the Fourth General Assembly of the League of Nations met at Geneva.

The first problem that was thrust upon it was the investigation of the Italo-Greek hullabaloo, and it may be said that on the results it achieves in settling the dispute will depend the very existence of the League as a potent factor in regulating international affairs.

The agenda of the Assembly: Admittance of Ireland, Ethiopia (Abyssinia), who will be asked to abolish slavery; and possibly the admittance of Turkey, Mexico, Germany; consideration of reports from the following...

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