BRITISH EMPIRE: At No. 10

New Premier. After a period of exaggerated suspense in England Stanley Baldwin, hitherto Chancellor of the Exchequer, became entitled to take up his residence at No. 10 Downing Street, official dwelling place of Britain's Prime Ministers. The suspense abroad was real. There is no telling what a Conservative party will do in an emergency. Curzon was in the offing, but did not get the job. The world breathes again and Mr. Baldwin becomes a popular choice. His appointment, however, is convenient rather than fortunate. Baldwin. Stanley Baldwin is a man of 55...

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