Foreign News: Bad Manners?

At a dinner given in London to U. S. Ambassador Frank B. Kellogg by the English Speaking Union, Winston Churchill, England's versatile ex-Minster of "polyportfolios," was slated to propose the health of the Ambassador, and J. H. Thomas, Secretary of State for the Colonies, was down to second the toast.

Then ensued an unprecedented affair. "Winnie" (Mr. Churchill) got so worked up over domestic political reminiscences that his traditional anti-Labor spirit almost made him forget his duty of paying tribute to Mr. Kellogg.

Mr. Thomas, on arising, congratulated Mr. Churchill upon making his...

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