Foreign News: VILNA

The dispute over Vilna, ancient capital of Lithuania, has been, to all intents and purposes, settled by the award of that town and a part of Eastern Galicia to Poland by the Council of Ambassadors in Paris. The frontier of Poland is now the same as that laid down by the League of Nations last month—the Council of Ambassadors finding themselves in complete agreement with the decision of the League.

When Poland attempted to occupy the neutral zone last month in obedience to the dictates of the League, she was met with a...

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