SWEDEN AND GERMANY.
friction increasing over baltic sea mines. LONDON. January 10. (Received January 11, at 3.50 a.m.) The ' Daily MailV Copenhagen correspondent taya that indignation is growing in Sweden "becau.se three Swedish steamers were blown up in the Gulf of Finland. They all struck mines which tho Germans laid with the intention of provoking Sweden aaainst Russia. Since the meeting of tho Jviuips of Norway, Sweden, a-nd Denmark at Malmo Sweden's antagonir.ni to Russia has disappeared. RECRUITING IN BRITAIN. LONDON, January 10. (Received January 11, at 9.5 a.m.) During the past week an, increased rate ■of xeerujrting Ivas been experienced in London. Manchester. Burnley, and Wolverhampton. KITOHENEFv'S CONCESSIONS ATTRACT TO ARMY. LONDON. January 10. (Received January 11. at 9.30 a.m.) Six hundred men have joined the Footballers' Battalion, including- many weiiknown amateurs and professionals.
THETR MAJESTIES' VISIT TO WOUNDED INDIANS. LONDON, January 10. ! (Received January 11, >it 8.25 a.m.) Tho King and Queen Waited 1,100 Indians at Brighton, who were much touched by the attention. Many of them conversed freely with tho King. Their smiling- fares testified to their grateful pleasuro at the visit. Their Majesties ako visited the British and Belgian wounded.
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SWEDEN AND GERMANY., Evening Star, Issue 15697, 11 January 1915
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