Foreign News Notes, Aug. 3, 1925

In the grounds of Buckingham Palace, two royal tea parties were given by the King and Queen. These simple, democratic functions, inaugurated after the War, are said to do the King more good than a stiff Scotch and soda. Peers, Ambassadors, Princes of India, clergymen, social leaders of every strata —some in toppers, patent leather shoes and formal afternoon attire, others in humble headgear, stouter footwear and business clothes—all rubbed shoulders. The King smiled. Americans were present: Mrs. Joseph R. Lamar, Atlanta, Ga.; Mrs. E. M. Townsend, New York; Mrs. John Lowell, Boston;...

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