THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS: Council Meeting

After a full week of arduous labor in the famed Doria Palace at Rome, the Council of the League of Nations wound up its session; and its members scattered to the four winds.

The work effected:

Arms Parley. A decision by the U. S. Government to attend the League's conference on the control of arms and munitions of war* was read to the Council and received with outspoken satisfaction. It was then decided to call the conference for May 4, 1925.

Protocol Delay. Foreign Secretary Austen Chamberlain, chief British delegate,...

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