MONTENEGRO: To Washington

Jovan S. Plamenatz, Premier of a non-existent government of a non-existent country—i. e., Montenegro— expected to leave Manhattan, his temporary headquarters, and march on Washington to urge the Government of the U. S. to assist Montenegro to regain her independence.

The "Premier" spoke of the 16-year-old Michael I, "King of Montenegro," at present being educated in England; of the 50,000 Serbian troops that are oppressing 2,000,000 Montenegrins; and of the powerful sentiment abroad that Montenegro did not get a square deal at the Peace Conference of 1919.

"Montenegro," said M, Plamenatz, "after Belgium...

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