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KAISER STORIES

X.-UYiHTV }.:(.• V Wifo i;[i his L'X'JLKS- LKi.JS. i Obviously the German F.mperofs love of ! Jniscmef ha? :mt mnif to him in the years ef his reign. it is on recoid thai "when » l-ov of five, p:if»- and f;iir. he attended th* wedding of iiio uncle, >ubscqueiulv K ; !ia Edward \"il Bishop Wilberforce gelntes tiiat th? pale, flaxen-haired vcvun;j- > Bifr was handed owr to the Duke* *i j {'onnauitht and Edinburgh that thev j j.n:;ht keep him in order. After H little j while he relapsed into a suspicion.:, quiet, | videh was followed by rinotheied fxcla- | gm'itioijs of ] air.. Tlw future Emporor of | {b-nne-ny had creib under a ehair and! &:U"n both his uncles severely in the ! *.dves of their Perhaps it is not j S''i'*-iaiiy known that the Kaiser had a ,jhy-ica! deformity which line afflicted him j tfrom birth—his left arm is shorter than j lis ri_dn. and hie left hand is withered, j Jiinkerdorn blamed it upon the "English-! woman"—meaninir the Kaisefs mother.! vho iv;-5 the oldest daughter <>f Queen j Th'toria .Massage rnd medical science' ! i<-\v.d .not restore the left hand. Yet he j jrad- a splendid soldier and learned to I Jid;' wonderfully well. Still, the i if the Englishwoman followed him into &he arm\. and lie was si.'specU'd of lieinjj 1 Smre English than Gorman. Wdliam set about breakinp down this idea. One day, .••ft'-'f a, visit to England, hi;-, no-se to bleed, and a comrade asked "What is j ,!, e ina'ter?" "That. thank lied." Kite! William, "is the last drop of Enrrli.-di V: ■••»■! draining out of my system.'' The Smmymons author of a new honk. 'The ?« : >sl'l\Hi?"r.' states that there is a hi.-torv |.dtied *he tV..-oein:iß miTOiach? aftV«:t.-d fy the Emperor It was invented by the 'Versatile Hon- Haby. who is imt unknown §,■! I'ni'l.irjd He is tall, of 7iii)irary mien. *nd h;m=elf fif>ri> a moustache so ag-jrc?-) aive that tiie small hoys of "Windsor once ' 4..fk h'/n Jof th.> ( i+'rnvii! Emperor ami J rheeved accordingly. Herr Haby '•fixed'' mastet's. moiKtache by the invention i Si' a toilet water of worth, to ' nrhb hj he m<vo a name corresponding to! Jjvr own " eureka." An American sup- '■ r'hU-d " Tiie Limit," but Herr Haby would it hear of this. Tho Emperor 'has the I If- 'i.-'f of this wonderful concoction, and Jhe inventor has had to piovido an eqniva3. n> for the nse of £0.000.000 loyal Govj;i:i!:s who also wished their inoustaclu's '|o j.oint ekywards. Hein'f> th* '" Scliaurrfei'rtbinde" —;i strip of canvas which is V, or;: a.ross the upper iip at nitjht •'tfter l)ie moustache has been' well moistened, j 3ho inventor mad", from this deviro ui §,ry -übstantia; fortune. It irems difii- | ijttlt to loconcile tho Kaiwr of to-day | syith a mnrt keenly appreciativo of a pood I feice o- ; - one debVhtina- in a situation i .jih'-liy hamorou?. H:<s noiorions fove of i innkinr; other? ■uncomfortable has been hrnvd to shrewd w& by some of those wit'u whom Iv condescended to familiarity, jp. for instance, tb-p smart little Jew, HenAlfred Ballin. "Your he eaid, ; Stick runp up on the telephone on* 1 day iv the Kaiser. " vr>ur liumbkst wrvant jottl'l n»t stand before you trembling ißorp abjectly than I do." "How is that?" Jrked the Kaiser sharply, expecting some "Beeanse I was liarins: a *oM bath when ycmT call came through, and stand at the phone dripping and ; friTefring." Tlierft was a, roar of iniperiit.l i fergTiW np the Kaiser bade him go and ■ mj biiaaglt ij

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KAISER STORIES, Issue 15695, 8 January 1915

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KAISER STORIES Issue 15695, 8 January 1915

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