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"KNOCKED THE KAISER DOWN KING EDWARD'S ALLEGED -1 ACT. Au astounding story of King Edward knocking down the Kaiser at Windsor Castle is related by Mr. Edward Legge in Cast-le i. re l at.e?i by  a. new book. "King Edward, the Kaiser and the Wair" (Grant published this week. Mr. Legge has little doubt the story of King Edward and the Kaiser will be con- tradiot.ed in the Berlin semi-official "Nord- deutfiche Allgemeine Zietung," in th same way as his account of the Kaiser's warning to a friend, in Xew York not to allow his son to travel in the Lusitania. Here is Mr. Legge's account of the incident as de- scribed to him "During one of his visits to Windsor Cattle the Kaiser and King Edward had an alternation re.-11H.in0r from something said by t.? former. So "Je.;¡ted w*p the K?\? by his n"phew'" .cTo<? insulting words that.  t-'Ter h:m?p1f. he fiprAng to losing «11 control over himself, he ti to ]¡;  Irs feet aud Imoexed the Kai-,?er d<"»vvn

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