THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS: Travel, Trouble

Five Premiers, 16 Foreign Ministers and numberless secretaries journeyed toward Geneva, last week, on their way to attend the extraordinary session of the Assembly and Council of the League of Nations especially convoked for the purpose of admitting Germany to the League, as provided for in the Locarno Treaties.

New President. When all were ready, onetime Premier of Portugal Agusto DaCosta assumed the presidential chair and spoke perfunctorily: With the entrance of Germany assured, the U. S. was missed more keenly than ever by the League; a new League era was dawning....

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