"President Thomas Garrigue Masaryk welcomed to Prague last week her who is the widow of President Thomas Woodrow Wilson.

Professor Masaryk remembers well that it was onetime Professor Wilson who, as President of the U. S., furthered the aspirations of Czechs and Slovaks at the peace conference, and secured recognition of the new state of Czechoslovakia by the Allies in the Treaty of St. Germain (Sept. 10, 1919).

Grateful, President Masaryk feted Mrs. Wilson at Prague last week. With him she discussed at length the recent League Assembly at...

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