The greatest interpreter of modern times,'and perhaps of any age, was Gustave Henri Camerlynck. Death found him, last week, in Paris, five days after he had taken to bed with influenza. As Chief Interpreter of the Paris Peace Conference, the Washington Conference, and the First Dawes Committee, Professor Camerlynck received the personal thanks of such statesmen as David Lloyd George and Woodrow Wilson. He was to have interpreted for the new Second Dawes Committee (see col. 2). As illness stole upon him last fortnight, Professor Camerlynck interpreted, for the last...

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