Foreign News: Gossamer

Anxiety continued last week lest St. Gandhi, when he calls upon King George and Queen Mary in London next summer, should appear, as one tactful correspondent put the matter last week, in his ''gossamer loin cloth."

Ever sensitive to British opinion when something vital is involved. Sir Tej Bahadur Sapru, the great mediator who brought Lord Irwin and St. Gandhi together for their truce (TIME, March 2, et seq.). broached the subject last week as delicately as possible.

"I could never accustom myself," replied St. Gandhi according to a despatch from Karachi, "to uncomfortable...

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