Foreign News: Voyage Exploratory

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A fog descended upon London and environs. It was not a "London particular," but sufficient of a fog to make Philip Snowden, the Crippled Chancellor, hero of the pan-European money-squabble at The Hague (TIME, Aug. 12 to Sept. 9), look more gnome-like than ever as he stumped on his canes into No. 10 Downing St. for one of the most special Cabinet meetings in recent British history. Gnome-like also, or like a maimed goodwife from the fairy books, looked motherly Margaret ("Aunt Maggie") Bondfield, the Secretary of Labor, who had...

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