THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS: Notes, Jul. 20, 1925

Mrs. Woodrow Wilson, accompanied by the Misses Belle Baruch and Evangeline Johnson, called at the Palais des Nations, home of the League, and was received by Miss Florence Wilson, League Librarian, "a distant relative of the late President."

Herr von Eckardt, who headed the German delegation to the recent Arms Conference (TIME, May 11 et seq.), signed the convention for the control of international commerce in arms.

With shining morning face, who should walk into the Palais des Nations but Dr. Nicholas Murray Butler, President of Columbia University. Said he, before he...

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