Geneva blossomed overnight. Before there had been little knots of industrious secrtaries and attaches. Suddenly one morning Geneva woke up to the opening of the session of the Council of the League of Nations. Foreign ministers were stepping into the city by tens. Ambassadors by scores, and here and there through the mass was a sprinkling of Premiers.

The Prospect. The Council on assembling was faced with the problem of deciding a whole series of controversies including 1) the postal juridiction and munitions de-disposition of Mosul; 2) Polish pots in Danzig; 3)...

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