GREECE: Farm School

By slow, chuffing train from Athens U. S. Minister Lincoln MacVeagh and a quorum of the Greek Cabinet traveled up last week to the northern seaport of Salonika. Base of Allied operations during the War, Salonika was shelled again during the abortive Venizelist revolt last March. This time, however, diplomats and statesmen were going north on a more peaceful mission—to honor one of the most permanent institutions in the Balkans, bearded little old John Henry House of the American Farm School in Salonika.

On his 90th birthday last week Dr. House received nine...

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