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DIPLOMAT'S, WIFE IS A MERRY
wife -of-the .-first- secretary, of the Turkish embassy, was the belle of the famous fancy dress, ball given recently at Washington by Vis countess d'Azy, wife of the British naval attache. PIERRETTE ,Sll A 1-1- III li-V 111- Hussein! In-the quaint costume of Pierrette, .Mme. Hussein Bey," the American THE HOME RULE SITUATION London, March .y27. When the Ho.use of Commons convened today Premier Asquith had still failed to solve the problem of meeting second crisis faced by cabinet in a week. Field Marshal Sir John French, chief of the general staff, and Adjutant Gen. Sir John Spencer Ewart were standing firm in tfieir determination to retire from the service because of the government's repudiation of the note they initiated with. War-Minister Seely. As members of- the war council who signed the "Gough reaty" stipu lating thta:the troops' of Gen. GJugh would not be expected to fight Ulster, Field Marshal French and Lieut Gen. Ewart took offense at the action of the premier in repudiating the docu ment It is expected that Col. Seely will resign in order that Gen. French may be retained. Sinister reference to King George as !"the man"'4n a-letter from-Arthur Lynch, M. P., published by the Daily Citizen, organ of the Labor party, to day startled London. "The man" was the way in which Oliver Crom well always referred to Charles I. be fore the-parliament of that day took the1 monarch's "head. "Under the heading, "The Name You MustNot Mention," Lynch's let ter read: ( 3-T.he man has interfered in our af fairs. He has brought the Liberal party to the verge of ruin, but it is not etiquette to mention that man's name, to ask where he comes from, by whom he is charged, wifh wisdom, whence he gets his mandate, or why he is there." Logan, 0. Oil gusher struck near here" in ""wild cat" territory.