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Identifier: inglenook1911132752bret
Title: Inglenook, The (1911)
Year: 1911 (1910s)
Authors: Brethren Publishing House Miller, S. Christian
Subjects: Church of the Brethren--Periodicals
Publisher: Elgin, Ill. : Brethren Publishing House
Contributing Library: Bridgewater College, Alexander Mack Memorial Library
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ency of France.Latterly she has taken a hand in tryingto reduce the disorders of the countryconsequent upon the inability of Mulai-Abd-el-Hafid, Sultan since 1907, to holdhis throne against revolting tribesmen.When at last this, summer French inter-vention seemed to approach Frenchdominance, Spain, which has stationsand business interests, especially uponthe Atlantic side of the coveted country,put out a tentative hand; upon whichGermany, also anxious for ports andhinterlands, if not for permanent occu-pation at least for material with whichto dicker for Congo or other desirableAfrican regions, also stretched out herhand—or her mailed fist, since she sentgunboats—to Agadir on the Atlanticcoast. On July 21 Lloyd George, the Brit-ish Chancellor of the Exchequer, in aspeech at the annual banquet of the LordMayor of London—a speech, the seriousportions of which were read from man-uscript—gave what was regarded as awarning to Germany to go slow in in- SOMEBODY WILL HAVE TO BACK UP.

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—Chicago Tribune. terfering in Morocco. In the House ofCommons on the 27th the Prime Minis-ter, Mr. Asquith, read carefully from amanuscript what is regarded as a similar but plainer warning to Germany inregard to keeping hands off for the sakeof preserving the balance of power inEurope. A sensitiveness on the part ofGermany to this not undiplomatic butpositive coercion of program, has raisedfears of European war, in which GreatBritain and France would be pittedagainst Germany. Activity in the waroffices of Europe immediately resulted,and anxieties and war risks were aug-mented thereby.—The Public. The Lonely Anti-Prohibition Preachers. A stiff Prohibition campaign is atpresent being carried on in Maine. Insuch contests the liquor interests are al-ways successful in hiding behind a fewministers who fail to see that they havebeen duped and the saloon men proclaima great victory. Ministers of any con-sequence cannot be bought for such pur-poses. Dr. Wilbur F. Crafts of Maine,said: T

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