Henry Ford was in England, dining with Lloyd George and Sir Harry E. Brittain,-* giving away a Ford car here, a Fordson tractor there, visiting farms and factories, stating that he regarded Great Britain as the centre of the Old World. Mrs. Ford was with him.
Left alone in the U. S. was the third stockholder of the Ford Motor Co., President Edsel Ford; reporters could not reach him to ask explanatory questions about the company's annual financial statement published last fortnight, as law requires, in Boston.
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