FRANCE: Notes, Aug. 25, 1924

If France has a bullfighting enthusiast as President, she must surely have a bullfighting arena in the Capital. At any rate, "a large corporation" of Paris was reported to have thought so, for it was announced that work on an arena was to be started in September and finished in time for the great Paris Exhibition, which is to be opened next Spring.

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Mile. Lallemant is a crystal gazer who, since she successfully predicted the future of Gaston Doumergue, President of France, has enjoyed boundless popularity. Her landlord objected to...

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