Foreign News Notes, Dec. 31, 1923

The estate of the late Andrew Boner Law, a former Premier of Britain, was valued at £51,397 ($221,007), of which £5,151 was invested in the U. S. and £8,454 in Canada. Most of the estate was left to his children.

On Jan. 9, a "political prisoners'" dinner is to be held in the House of Commons. All M. P.'s invited must have been sent to jail for political crimes—two deportations count for one imprisonment. All the invites are Laborites.

On Jan. 10, at a well-known London restaurant, the eight lady Members oif Parliament will sit down to a prandial celebration. Those who accepted...

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