Foreign News Notes, Apr. 6, 1925

British workmen engaged off Scapa Flow in breaking up a scuttled German warship came across the bodies of five German officers and seamen, who were thought not to have been warned when the German crews sank their ships on June 21, 1919.

Despatches ask us to believe: A Dortmund drayman lost an action in a law court. He was very angry, named his two donkeys after his two lawyers, painted their names on the animals' blinders, drove through the streets of Dortmund. The sensitive lawyers sued for defamation of character. The drayman swore that...

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