Foreign News: Toughest Viscount

The down train from London stopped at Ringwood, Hants, last week, and Fred Perceval and his boy, and Harry Trimmer and his wife, all of Priddis, Alberta, Canada, got out. Harry Trimmer is postmaster at Priddis and runs the general store. Fred Perceval has had a cattle ranch there for a good many years, but he had to give it up. A dozen deaths among distant relatives made him tenth Earl of Egmont, Baron Lovell and Holland, Baron Arden. He was going to Castle Avon at Ringwood to take possession of his ancestral home.

It was not easy for the new Earl,...

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