Some 60 correspondents assembled last week at Joachimsthal, Czechoslovakian spa. They ferreted industriously, almost hysterically, into the doings of three solemn gentlemen. The gentlemen met every day in a hotel at which the other guests were invalids gulping down incessantly glass after glass of curative, radium-active water. . . .

The three statesmen who met thus in deadly secrecy amid a conclave of water drinkers were the Foreign Ministers of Czechoslovakia, Rumania, Jugoslavia, countries allied in the so-called "Little Entente."

Their dean, the co-founder (1920) of the Little Entente was Dr. Edouard...

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