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I DEATH OF MSTS. OOWER. I

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Prime Minister's Pen.

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Prime Minister's Pen. I TO BE USED AT THE SIGNING OF THE PEACE TREATY. For the first time in history it is more than likely that the Peace Treaty will be signed by the British representative with a fountain pen. In an interview Mr. Richard Morris. M.P. for Battersea, outlined the story connected with it. HI desired," said Mr. Morris, "some time ago to give the Prime Minister a little souvenir, and, seeing that, he writes such a lot, I thought that it would not he a had idea to give him a fountain pen. "The holder is heavily gold-mounted, and adorned with the Welsh words Nadolig, 1918, (Christmas, 1918). It also is inscribed with the Prime Minis- ter's signature in facsimile." "When it was taken down to Downing Street the Prime Minister at once com- menced to write with it, and he has done all his writing with it ever since. Re- cently, when lie was offered another pen. he replied; 'I have one of my own, with I which I am going to sign the Peace Treaty. T'

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