Notes, Apr. 28, 1924

At an autograph sale in Paris, it became known that Premier Poincare had signed his name so often during his 63 years that his autographs would not fetch as much as $2 apiece. Benito Mussolini's signature, however, fetched almost $6, while Kipling's brought nearly as much as Napoleon's, at about $19. But the autograph of Nietzsche surpassed them all, an admirer buying it for $100.

An attempt is to be made to induce Parisiens to eat chilled meat. Once before it was tried without success and experts declared the...

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