INTERNATIONAL: Premiers' Conference

The deadlock, which the delegates to the Premiers' Conference in London managed to keep dead and locked for a considerable time, was at length vivified and unlocked: full agreement was reached by the Conference on all points on the program for operating the Experts' Reparations Plan.*

After the plenary session of the Conference was over, Premier Mac-Donald of Britain rose, grasped the hand of Premier Herriot of France, and with a smile said: "Now we are all agreed, Satan alone can separate us. Now, if you will allow me, I am going to...

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