Foreign News: France Will Stay

General Degoutte continues to warn Germany and the French Government continues to inform the world that it will not leave the Ruhr until Germany shows a reliable disposition to settle her reparations liability.

The French have succeeded in improving railway transportation. A direct service to Paris began on February 26.

The customs cordon round the Ruhr area has been completed, and the French say that it is now impossible for the Germans to smuggle anything out of the enclosed district.

The Germans have complained bitterly about French brutality; about the prohibition of Wilhelm Tell...

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