Foreign News: Poiret Protests

French aristocracy has, in the main, a healthy contempt for le T. S. F.;* but, recently, when famed coutourier Paul Poiret spoke over ether waves at Paris, he was widely listened to — for M. Poiret had a grievance. He complained — as does many a great artist who executes the commissions of a U. S. clientele — that his work is only bought, not appreciated. A sturdy U. S. comment would be: "He should worry, so long as it's bought!" But M. Poiret's deep, booming voice had a note savoring of genuine anguish...

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