GREAT BRITAIN: Professor Skinner

The White Star Liner Britannic put in at Boston last week. Down the gangplank walked a handsome, fox-bearded gentleman with a black slouch hat and the mysterious manner of the Chief Conspirator in an Italian opera. His name, according to the passenger list, was PROFESSOR CLARENCE SKINNER. Behind the bush of Professor Skinner newshawks instantly recognized the features of Rt. Hon. Montagu Collet Norman, Governor of the Bank of England. Governor Norman promptly boarded the Bar Harbor express to visit "Larchsea," summer home of his friend Mrs. John Markoe of Philadelphia. Governor...

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