Foreign News: Exposures

General John Joseph Pershing caught a severe cold, last week, in Paris, while walking in a chill wind at the funeral of Ambassador Myron Timothy Herrick (see p. 25).

Ignoring the advice of physicians and the pleading of friends, Mr. Herrick at the funeral of Marshal Ferdinand Foch (TIME, April 1) had taken off his silk hat, tramped more than two miles in the rain, caught a cold which broke down his long precarious health and killed him within five days.

Physicians who attended Marshal Foch said that he had contracted pneumonia walking in a...

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