Foreign News Notes, Feb. 25, 1924

A German newspaper denounced the German habit of promiscuous eating as "disgusting as the gum-chewing of the Americans." In particular the paper berated those citizens who go to hear Tannhauser and Wilhelm Tell accompanied with sandwiches, cheese, sausages. "Foreigners will get a wrong impression of the Kultur of the Father-land."

A cable, which runs from the coast of Kent, in England, to Emden, on the west coast of Germany, was inaugurated by cordial messages between Sir John Denison-Pender, Chairman of the Eastern Telegraph Co., and Dr. Solmsen of the German Atlantic Telegraph Co.

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