SPAIN: To Die a King. . . .

To monarchists mass meeting in Seville last week spoke fiery old Alvaro de Figueroa y Torres Count de Romanones, thrice Prime Minister of Spain before the dictatorship of King Alfonso and the late Don Miguel Primo de Rivera began in 1923.

"I am still a monarchist," boomed Count de Romanones, "but I hold that the best way out of Spain's present political deadlock lies through the abdication of King Alfonso and the elevation to the Throne of another member of the dynasty!"

Roars of monarchist applause followed. News of...

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