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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 03, 1913, Image 13

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The f act-that his fatheris Kingi
George an'Slus mother t4ueen Mary
doesn't seem? to -weigh a bit heavily
upon tne active imiiu-ui iuits napjyjr
eight-year-old Boy.' ' - -
Few children have suchra- Spacious
playground' as"-3fe. 'And velyy-very
few children have theopportunity-to
get so much -attention from 'serving
people. ' "' ' r
But do youthinkhe takes to this
life happily? ' .'
Not at all. He actually ..runs away j
from the governess and the nursery
footman and the maid who washes
and dresses him, whenever he sees a
-Consequently it is never lonely
-where l?rince John is sojourning
even for a moment During a week
end house party at York cottage he
-decided to do something unusual. He
thought of the big bell in the belfry
which Is rung only on some great oc
casion, as at the birth or wedding of
some 'royalty1.

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