Foreign News: Waxworks & Whatnots

Steadily the London Naval Conference continued last week to dwindle in news interest. If U. S. citizens had been interested enough to read much about it, or to care much about what they read, they might have been shocked, perhaps unduly alarmed. It is the same with the Chinese Famine. Thousands of people have been starving to death, month after month, and the thousands have been tediously adding up to million after million for so long that few practical U. S. citizens give it a thought. In London the practical proprietors of Mme Tussaud's...

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