Foreign News: Son's Return

Rehearsal. In London the return of Edward of Wales from his South American tour was preceded by a series of quaint yet vital doings. British Life Guards in full uniform and mounted on night-black charges cantered bravely to Victoria Station, wheeled through its gloomy archway, and drew up with a flashing salute before a strip of red carpet down which the Prince was not destined to march for another 24 hours.

Came two grave silk-hatted mummers who marched with thoroughgoing dignity. Impersonating not only the Prince but the entire Royal Family, they quitted...

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