Foreign News: Change at Washington

The British Foreign Office announced that Sir Auckland Geddes, "having been informed by his medical advisers that the condition of his eyes will not admit of the immediate resumption of work at Washington, has felt bound to tender his resignation."

Sir Auckland is returning to Washington in order to make the necessary arrangements for his departure and to take leave personally of his many friends.

Immediately following the statement of the Foreign Office, King George approved the following diplomatic appointments: The Right Hon. Sir Esme Howard, P.C., K.C.B., K.C.M.G., at present Ambassador in Madrid,...

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