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A curious story is told concerning Charles Bernadotte, Vho, beginning as a French revolutionary, finished 'his career as King of Sweden. It was always a puzzle to those most intimately associated with him that he would never show himself with bared arms. After his death, however, the mystery was solved. On the King's right forearm were tattooed various souvenirs of his young republican days, including the red cap of Liberty, and the motto: "Death to Kings."

(Cable news accredited to the "Times" has appeared in that journal, but only'where expressly stated is such news the editorial opinion of the "Times.")

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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9602, 6 May 1919

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