Foreign News Notes, Nov. 5, 1923

A Berlin correspondent of the Svenska Morgenblad, Stockholm journal, reported that President Ebert of Germany had bought a chateau in Switzerland. From this it was deducted that the President will shortly resign.

With the mark at one trillion for 50 centimes the Swiss Bourse decided to discontinue quoting it.

COOLIDGE FOR FIFTY MILLION BUSHEL WHEAT CREDIT FOR GERMANY. COOLIDGE WARMLY FAVORS AMERICAN WHEAT FOR STARVING GERMANY. Such were the headlines appearing in the German press to put heart into suffering Teutons. In Berlin, U. S. magnanimity was the sole topic of a single...

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