Foreign News Notes, Jan. 21, 1924

The U. S. liner America arrived at Bremerhaven loaded with gifts for German children. At the distribution messages were read to them from President Coolidge and U. S. Secretary of State Hughes.

Foreign Minister Gustav Stresemann, returned from a vacation at Lugano, and the Cabinet held a meeting. It was decided to withdraw the Government subsidy to the German press. The subsidy was granted to keep down the price of paper. Newspapers in Berlin cost on an average 5¢ apiece.

All cats must be muzzled, said an official edict at Berlin. Any pussyfooted quadruped...

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