THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS: 1,000 Pacts

At Geneva officials of the Permanent Secretariat of the League of Nations penned with one swift stroke and three twiddles a figure which stonecutters quaintly render "M." The figure represented the number of international agreements deposited and registered, up to last week, with the League of Nations. Far and wide, diplomats remarked that for the League to have already accumulated 1,000 such documents, constituted no insignificant tribute to its prestige.

The 1,000th "document," deposited quite unceremoniously last week, consisted of a packet of notes exchanged between Norway and Sweden respecting the...

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