Foreign News Notes, Jul. 6, 1925

Jacob Gould Schurman, until recently U. S. Minister in China, arrived in Berlin to begin his duties as U. S. Ambassador. Several of the Embassy staff were at the station to meet the Ambassador and Mrs. Schurman, including Herr Koester of the German Foreign Office, who handed Mrs. Schurman a bouquet of orchids. The Ambassador declined to be interviewed and left the station almost immediately for the Embassy on the Wilhelmplatz, where a dinner party was held. On the occasion of the 250th anniversary of the Prussian victory over the Swedes at Fehrbellin,...

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