Diplomats are diplomats, and their persons are sacred and there must be reparations if they are offended. There have been cases in this country where one of them, upon being arrested and fined for speeding, has objected to the State Department and received an apology and a refund of the fine. But Governor Albert C. Ritchie of Maryland is a stern man. In Baltimore the car of Count Gian Franco Della Porta, attaché of the Italian Embassy, ran into the automobile of a citizen, one Marks. A policeman came up. The Count paid...

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