Foreign News: Bump

Queen Mary's stately maroon Daimler has all the old-fashioned dignity of its royal owner. One day last week both received a nasty bump. Returning from a visit to the Royal Horticultural Society gardens with Queen Mary, Captain Lord Claude Nigel Hamilton, her controller and equerry, and Lady Constance Harriet Stuart Milnes Gaskell, a woman of the bedchamber, the high old limousine was caught on the right by a truck loaded with steel, skittered sideways, struck the curbing and overturned. The occupants were tumbled among automobile cushions and flowers, and the doors jammed shut....

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