Foreign News: Homeward Bound

The choicest modern achievements of U. S. statecraft and of French art were blended, last week, in the great liner Ile de France, homeward bound from the U. S. toward France.

One year ago, on her maiden voyage, this same ship brought from France to the U. S. a proposal that the two nations should solemnly renounce war between themselves. The French note was carried personally by tall, grizzled, beloved Myron Timothy Herrick, who is still U. S. Ambassador at Paris and was then a co-hero of the hour with Charles Augustus Lindbergh....

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