Foreign News: Economy

For Hugo Stinnes, crafty, potent, indurate,—a short while "All-Highest" of Germany—was planned a mausoleum to rival Les Invalides. Like the upstart Napoleon, he should lie in a marble crypt deep under a marble dome. In place of WAGRAM, JENA, AUSTERLITZ, PYRENEES, etc., there should be carved COAL, IRON, RAILROADS, NEWSPAPERS, etc. And all should be suffused by pale blue, pale yellow lights. -

The Stinnes heirs had chosen the architect — one Brantzky of Cologne. They had named the sum—$500,000.

Last week they instructed Brantzky to postpone all work indefinitely. They are forced to economize.


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