Foreign News: Too Hot

The following left Paris, last week, to vacation :

President Gaston Doumergue to the "French Summer White House," which is, as every tourist knows, the once royal Chateau de Rambouillet.

Prime Minister Raymond Poincare to his birthplace, Bar-le-duc on the Alsace-Lorraine border.

Foreign Minister Aristide Briand to his farm at Cocherel, in the Eure, where he loves to fish. He has been Prime Minister more often than any other living Frenchman—nine times.

Edouard Herriot, disgruntled incumbent of the Ministry of Education, fallen leader of the Coalition of Left Parties, and previously twice Prime Minister, to Cologne, Germany, where he grew still more peevish from...

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