Foreign News: Again Frightfulness

"We waited near the fences and jabbed the horses and mules as they came close. We spread germs in their food and in their drinking troughs. We did it at the stockyards north of Van Cortlandt Park, maybe just across the Yonkers city line, where horses were being collected [by the Allies] for shipment to France. I swear to God we did!"

Dictated and signed by a pop-eyed Negro, name of Edwin Felton, this fervent confession was read last week to solemn white folks seated pompously about big green-topped...

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