London (Oct. 12)
Sir Herbert Samuel, sixty-four year old Anglo-Jewish statesman, was resting comfortably today after a successful operation for appendicitis, it was announced here.
The Liberal leader was taken ill in Glasgow while on a tour. He was rushed to a hospital, where it was at first thought that an operation would be unnecessary.
After a distinguished career in the Liberal party, Sir Herbert was appointed the first British High Commissioner in Palestine.