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IT KAISER FROWNS ON "SMILING PRINCESS" AND
BABY THAT OUGHT TO BE A GIRL
Princess Louise and Her Baby Boy.
Berlin. The "Smiling Princess"
has called down the wrath of her
royal father, the Kaiser, upon her
again. The royal infant born to Prin
cess Louise and teh Duke of Bruns
wick is a boy, and the Kaiser wanted
it to be a girl. The birth of the her
editary Guelph princeling opens up
the old feud between Brunswick and
Prussia and the war lord is conse
quently sadly displeased.
In their castle at Gmunden, the
"royal love birds" are very happyy,
ohwever, and proud of the sturdy boy
baby that has so provoked his grand
father. o o
In England there is being made
from seaweed a product which is said
to be as good as rubber for tires and ,
similar purposes, and experiments
seem to indicate that it will be found
cheaper and more durable than leath
er or rubber.