THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS: Spanish Host

Spain last week accommodated the Council of the League of Nations at its 54th regular meeting, in a grand red and gold chamber of the Spanish Senate, Madrid. Installed were 100 press telephone wires, carloads of typewriters, platoons of flunkeys. Thus was elaborately signalized Spain's withdrawal of her withdrawal from membership in the league.

Storm point of the meeting was the eternal problem of minorities. Of most interest to the U. S. was consideration of Elihu Root's revision of the protocol for U. S. adherence. U. S. Spanish Ambassador Ogden H. Hammond...

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