Foreign News Notes, Jul. 20, 1925

U. S. Ambassador Myron T. Herrick, accompanied by Abd-el-Krim, his dog, left France for the U. S. on board the Paris.

At Versailles, the wind blew—blew so hard that it uprooted a fine willow that had been weeping for Napoleon for nearly 100 years. In 1832, this tree was planted at Versailles from a cutting, obtained under British fire, by a Lieutenant Drouville from Napoleon's grave at St. Helena.

Trade negotiations between France and Germany, reported ruptured (TIME, July 13), are to be continued on Sept 15.

French coke output for May was greater by...

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