Foreign News: A Bold Experiment

David Lloyd George, speaking to the congregation of the Welsh Baptist Chapel in London, urged " a policy of non-interference " with American prohibition.

He declared that America " seemed well within her rights" in seizing liquor on British ships.

Said the ex-Premier: " It is not a question of whether we are or are not prohibitionists, but America is making a very bold experiment to deal with probably the greatest curse of civilization. ... It is all very well for us to say that all this liquor is merely for our own sailors...

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