GREAT BRITAIN: Death took One

The King-Emperor moved three chessmen upon the board of State, and in a flash one was taken by an unseen player, Death. The coincidence, startling, roused keen interest in the three august chessmen:

Lord Cave. Lying invalid in his Somersetshire home of Burnham-on-Sea, George Viscount Cave, 72, felt his strength definitely impaired, last week, and executed in good time his resignation as Lord High Chancellor. The incumbent of this office is the highest civil subject in the land outside the royal family. He keeps the King's conscience, sits on the Woolsack as...

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