The Bulgarian Peace Treaty was signed on Thursday week in
the Town Hall at Neuilly. By an odd coincidence, the room selected for the ceremony contained a painting of the Princess Clementine, ex-King Ferdinand's mother, who once lived with her father, King Louis Philippe, at Neuilly. The Southern Slav Kingdom and Rumania were not represented. A Con- vention affixed to the Treaty and signed by Greece and Bul- garia provides for the voluntary emigration of racial minorities. If the mixed races of the Balkan Peninsula could be sorted out in this way, the danger of war would be appreciably lessened.