Foreign News Notes, Jul. 27, 1925

The Duke and Duchess of York gave their first official party at St. James's Palace. Some 600 guests were invited.

The Duchess of York, former Lady Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon, opened at London an international conference of women engaged in scientific research. Lady Astor, beaming, was in the chair.

Lord Cecil of Chelwood, better known as Lord Robert Cecil, was appointed President of the Board of Conciliation which is to deal with Norwegian-Danish disputes that cannot be settled through the usual diplomatic channels. Viscount Grey's Twenty-Five Years: 1892-1916, which is to be published in the U....

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