At Geneva, was held the 33rd meeting of the Council of the League of Nations, possibly the most significant deliberation of that body in the six years of the League's history.

Protocol. The mightiest matter which was discussed was the Protocol* to the Covenant of the League. There were three principal speakers:

Chamberlain. Foreign Secretary Austen Chamberlain, sprucely attired, monocle firmly fixed in his right eye, rose to read a document wherein was written the voice of Great Britain and the British Dominions beyond the seas (Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Union of South Africa)....

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