Foreign News Notes, Sep. 15, 1924

Generalissimo Degoutte, of the Franco-Belgian forces in the Ruhr, was being driven to his home at Charny, near Lyon, when the car ran up a steep bank, turned turtle, killed the chauffeur. The General escaped. On the same day M. Marcel Prevost, famed French author, was being driven near Montauban when a heavy truck ran into the automobile, smashed it badly, hurt no one. Thus did Providence spare two famed

Paris was thrilled by the sale at forced auction for 100 sous ($1.00) of the embalmed head of Henry IV of France. Newspapers and correspondents...

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