THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS: Poland v. Lithuania

Again to Geneva hurried the tired statesmen who gather periodically 'round a green-topped horseshoe table and become the Council of the League of Nations. Looming, last week, for their consideration were the embroiled affairs of two minor dictators: Prime Minister Augustine Valdemaras of Lithuania, and Prime Minister Josef Pilsudski, erratic Pole. Status Quo. Marshal Pilsudski insisted, last week in Warsaw, that he had positive knowledge of recent Lithuanian mobilization against Poland. Commenting to flabbergasted reporters, he charged that Premier Valdemaras of Lithuania is a "man whose proper home is an insane...

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