Foreign News: Without Firearms

Coldly would most U. S. insurance agencies regard a man who said:

"I'm going to jump on the running board of the President's car tomorrow and say 'Hello, Herbert!' Just in case one of those Secret Service men should shoot me, I want to insure my life."

In England such a man would be a fairly good insurance risk. At Sunderland last week one Charles Edward Smith burst through a crowd, jumped on the running board of Edward of Wales's slowly moving limousine. Without display of firearms Mr. Smith was quietly arrested but released from...

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