National Affairs: Political Notes: Sep. 3, 1923

William C. Robinson, M. P. for Yorkshire, now in Manhattan, said that the best types of the younger generation are leaving England in thousands every week. He considered that emigration is the only antidote to unemployment.

Premier Baldwin, accompanied by Mrs. Baldwin, left England for Aix-le-Bains, in France, for a " holiday," but " great expectations " are held from his vacation abroad.

Clad in full army, kit weighing about 90 pounds, two British M. P.'s will walk from Banbury to Oxford, 23 miles, to decide a bet.

The members are Frank Gray (42)...

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