Princely Pilgrim

There follows a continued-from-Iast-week chronological account of the visit of Edward P. to the U. S.

¶ After declining to dance during the first two days of the voyage, the Prince finally succumbed to the charms of King Jazz. For a time he danced only with the members of his own party, but at length he honored Miss Lenore Cahill, of St. Louis—danced with her eleven times, it was said.

Miss Cahill was prompt to grant an interview to a representative of the Universal (News) Service, which was printed...

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