Foreign News Notes, Apr. 20, 1925

Arrived in the U. S. Otto Hugo Stinnes, third son of Germany's once greatest industrial magnate, the late Hugo Stinnes. Like all the Stinnes family, he was not given to loquaciousness. All that he would say was: "I am here to study conditions generally throughout the United States and I have nothing else to say."

When Crown Prince Friedrich Wilhelm was married in 1905, Prussian cities banded together and ordered a wedding present of a set of silver table decorations. The present was so elaborate that more than ten years were were required...

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