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Why ladies about to be presented to Their Majesties should wait for hours in limousines parked along London's Mall, often jibed at by the proletariat, has long been a puzzling British inconsistency. Last week the matter received decisive attention from the Lord Chamberlain, the Earl of Cromer.

For the first time the limousines wer kept moving briskly, the ladies alighted with record speed, did their waiting inside Buckingham Palace, safe from the jokes and jibes of London's unemployed.

Women from the U. S. presented at Their Majesties' third & fourth (final) Courts of...

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