TWAIN IN THE COMMONS.
Listens to Debate and Holds Informal Reception in Lobbies.
LONDON, June 24. - Mark Twain spent the afternoon in the House of Commons and listened to the debate on the House of Lords from the Ambassadors' gallery. From there he made his way to the lobbies, where he held an informal reception, meeting numerous members of the House, including David Lloyd-George, the President of the Board of Trade, and Winston Spencer Churchill, Under Secretary for the Colonies.
Premier Campbell-Bannerman invited Mark Twain to his private room, where they conversed together for some time.
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