Keep Cool'

Addressing the Federation of British Industries at London in his Presidential capacity, Sir Eric Geddes, brother of Sir Auckland, the retiring British Ambassador to the U. S., advised the panic-mongers to calm themselves. "This," said he, "is not the time for panic mongering or wild talk. Undoubtedly the advent of a new party—a most inexperienced party—of which certain extremists make proposals which shock us, has caused uneasiness, but there has been no panic, nor anything that can be described as such. The sky is not...

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