SPAIN: Sick Sons

In Switzerland up swelled last week the leg of Don Juan, Prince of the Asturias, claimant to the vacant Spanish Throne after his ousted father King Alfonso XIII. As to what was the matter an expensive galaxy of specialists violently disagreed. Some said Don Juan had elephantiasis, others that he is contracting hemophilia, the dread Bourbon scourge.

Meanwhile sick Juan's healthy mother Queen Victoria Eugénie, who rushed to Manhattan when her eldest son Don Alfonso, Count of Covadonga, was nearly dying of hemophilia (TIME, Sept. 28), continued last week to prove that by...

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