Foreign News Notes, Jun. 2, 1924

Unmarried and rich, one Joseph Ange Durighello presented to the Louvre his valuable collection of Phoenician vases. Married and poor, M. Durighello asked for the return of the vases. The Louvre authorities were sympathique but thought the Courts ought to decide on the legality of his request. The Court was of the opinion that Joseph had "only loaned them." They are to be returned.

Aboard the schoolship Patrie, boys were being taught to load a 16-centimetre gun. An explosion occurred, 13 were injured, four seriously. What was said to be the lost message from...

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