4 MAY 1923, page 10

When The League Of Nations Controversy Raged In Its Full

fury after President Wilson's return from Europe in 1919, one of the reasons most commonly given for the unpopularity of the Covenant in the United States, and especially in......

The

ENGLISH-SPEAKING WORLD. By EVELYN WRENCH. .ORD ROBERT CECIL sailed from New York last 4 Saturday on the conclusion of his tour in the interests of the League of Nations, and......

Mr. E. S. Martin, Whose Editorial Page In Life Is

always so well worth reading, deals in the last issue to hand with America's attitude towards the League. He refers to the recent utterances of Senator Pepper, who told a......

Whatever The Cause, Whether It Is In Part Due To

Lord Robert's visit or to other reasons, the New York Literary Digest states that it "gathers from Republican, Demo- cratic and independent editorial utterances throughout the......

May 7th, 1915.

I N New York during the weeks preceding the last voyage of the Lusitania ' there was much gossip of submarines. It was freely stated and generally believed that a special effort......

The English-speaking Union And The Spectator For The Page...

Fund :- FOURTEENTH LIST OF DONATIONS. I E. d. A a. d. Colonel J. M. Hunt .. 2 2 0 Mr. Ben Greet .. 1 1 0 Mr. and Mrs. Frederick The Rev. R. E. Carter 0 13 0 C. Horner 2 0 0......