Foreign News Notes, Apr. 21, 1924

The rivers Bug and Muchowietz overflowed causing severe damage to life and property at Brest of Brest-Litovsk* fame, and Terespol. The inhabitants of both places were driven to the tops of tall buildings by the tremendous inundation.

Some loss of life was reported; also much cattle and property damage in the surrounding districts.

"Plundering Red Guards massacred 800 women and children in reprisal for peasant attacks" stated a despatch from Helsingfors in Finland.

MM. Tshebakov, Yakovlefen and Yedinevsky, together with Mme. Vinegradova, all described at "intellectuals," were condemned to death at Kiev by a...

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