Foreign News Notes, May 4, 1925

Their Majesties the King and Queen arrived at Buckingham Palace after a month's vacation in Italy and the South of France (see FRANCE). To Crewe House, London home of U. S. Ambassadors, went three Royal carriages and with them powdered, wigged coachmen and footmen dressed in the Royal livery. They had come to take U. S. Ambassador Alanson B. Houghton and his staff to Buckingham Palace, where the newly accredited Ambassador presented his credentials to King George. Earl Balfour arrived in London from his Palestine tour (TIME, Mar. 23, Apr. 6 et seq.,...

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