Foreign News Notes, Feb. 2, 1925

The Republic of Costa Rica, for no known reason, gave the prescribed two-year notice of its intention to resign from the League. This is the first resignation that the League has received. It was presumed that the cause for this action was that the Republic was severely criticized last fall for failing to pay regularly its dues. A check for $18,677 was sent to pay for four years' back dues (about $5,000 a year).

Walter D. Hines of Manhattan accepted from the League the directorship of the Commission for Investigation into the conditions of...

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