THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS: Assembly Ends

With the election of Czecho-Slovakia to the Council of the League of Nations in place of China, the Fourth Assembly of the League of Nations (at Geneva) adjourned after a month's session. Dr. Cosme de la Torriente, of Cuba, President of the Assembly, in an eloquent valedictory address, said the entrance of the U. S. into the League was " vastly important for the future of mankind." His address was received with enthusiasm by the delegates. It can fairly be said that the only exclusive business enacted during the Assembly was the...

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