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MAD GPvRlNESS IS AWANDERER ON Ttf E
Z-F&CE-OF THEEARf -&! '-:
Princess Marie Jose a-Cbaracteristic Photograph-of the. Little Royal
"Madcap!" ' j?.' -
Checking, aaa7s6ndhlm sprawling
downstairs'' in .thevmidst of a recep
tion all-of which-ghVhas done.
Marie lose, the "madcajuprhicess
Albert and Queen Elizabeth, is now
"the princess without a'.home."
From thisc liappy, dimpled little
princess of theoBelgians theJGermang
have taken her home and she is in
England, literally a wanderer on the
face of the earth:
No longer has she-'a : palace--in
which to "make faces" at .royal
guests, to toss teddy bearsiat 'coro-
neted domes,- and to trip? her, father,
Dimpled and "possessing a mass of
golden hair, this fitflexhild of 8 years
she was bornjm August, 1906 is
regarded as -the f arrest "royal baby of
Europe. Butrnotw, bereft of country.
I of palaces, almost ofcparents, she is
just aplain little,girl lijce thousands
of 'otbersln Americar--with her op
portunities for mischief considerably,
curtailed, ,' ' ir- '
"ifiivt ' fc'