Foreign News Notes, Mar. 10, 1924

Queen Mary, confined to her room with a bad cold, was unable to dine at the Dutchess of Roxburghe's.

Despite the fact that general credence was given to reports that the Queen Mother's health was failing (TIME, Mar. 3), it was established that her health is "exceptionally good."

The Prince of Wales, who recently broke his collarbone in one of his periodical riding tumbles, was viewed by Londoners riding in Hyde Park, showing little sign of his accident.

The agitation stirred up over adding the title Prince of Scotland to those already possessed by the...

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