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Prince Honry of Prussia loft tho
Futberland to moot "Old Olory"
as quickly as the North uennan Lloyd
stoumshlp Kronprlnii Wllhelm, tlio
newest . and most magnificent ocean
greyhound, will bear him.
Ills departure from thn pott of
Hremcrhaveu wus mado Imprcsbivo by
1!h simplicity. The Kmpfvor did not
want a great show boeauso tlitit, por
ImpH, would fpoll tho impression of
tho i;reut American reception, Besides,
tho Trlnee, like n truo Bailor, hates
medieval pomp pud ceremonies. Nev
ertheless, ninuy peoplo hurried to
Hremerhavcn to see lilm leave becauso
they felt the Importance of tho political
Tint Prlneo arrived In Drenien ac
companied by the court marshal, Hear
Admiral Frolllcrr HeeUondnrff, Cap
tain of tho Navy Von Mullur, Corvotto
t'aplnln and Ald-de-Camp of Kmporor
Von Giummo, Captain Lieutenant
Schmidt von Schwlnd and Captain
Lieutenant von Fgldy, Ald-de-Camp of
tho Prime; Captain Lieutenant von
Trotha, Assistant Surgeon General of
tho Navy Uclch and Courtney Hlntze,
A inodeHt breakfast of four courses
wan served lu tho Prince's room at tho
depot. Tho orrlvul of Prlneo Henry lu
llremen passed almo.it unnoticed, but
booh people crowded outside the depot
uuxlotiHly hoping to sco tho Prince,
They were disappointed by tho police,
who kept them back from tho entrance,
and at 1:40 p. in,, after tho arrival of
luo general chief of headquarters and
tho ald-de-cnmp of thn Kmporor, Illo
Excellency Von Plessen, Hear Ad
iiilnil and Minister of Stnto and Stuto
Secretary of tho Navy, HIh Excellency
Von Tlrpllas, and Ambassador Ills Ex
cellency Von Elsondochor, the Prlneo
with his wholo Bulla boarded tho train
The morning bad boon niliity, but at
noon It bad cleared up und bright sun
ehlno mado the snow on tho fields and
roof, on mauts, ehlp decks and ropes
In Dremerhaven scintillate, llko mil
lions of diamonds. Gay Hags decorated
tho Lloyd Hull, the Kronprlnz Wllhelm
and all the ships In the "hnfen," and
tho numerous peoplo who had mado
tho trip from Dromon to Dremerhaven
to see tho Prince oft cheered cnthusl
RHtlcully as the speelnl train stopped.
Prince Henry smiled his thanks
most amiably, but, followed by his
suite, went directly to tho Lloyd Hall,
where Naval Attache Commander
Jllm Alios Rooinvolh
Bechlor, United States Navy, In full
dress, who was delegated by President
Roosevolt; Vlco President Lloyd, Con
sul Achtles and the American Bremen
CoiibuI, H. W. Dldtcrlch, met him.
Achlles welcomed him und wished
him a good voyaso.
I V fit Km Jfr W!SXr, S
j auf der denkwiirdigen TmeriHafahrt Bbroar I902.
This Is an enlarged reproduction of a postal card made In Germany and designed for use by the fellow-passengers of Prince Henry on the lluor Kron
prlnz Wllhelm. Besides the Gorman and American flags, and portraits of Prince Henry aud President Roosevelt, the card shows the statue of Liberty, the
Kaiser's yacht Hohenzollern, and the racer Miss Roosevelt will christen. The reading matter, translated, reads: "Greeting from the steamship Kronprlnz
Wllhelm, bearing his Royal Highness Prlneo Henry on his memorable Journey to America, February, 1902." It is expected thousands of these cards will be
mailed by the Kronprlnz Wllhelm's passengers to friends all over the world.
THE UNITED STATES
Doehler, who Is olllelally representing
Ambassador White, wished tho Prince
In warm words a good voyage, telling
him he would be a most welcome guest
of tho United Stated. After him, Con
sul Dldtcrlch said:
; .-. i.j. ' v
"If Your rtoyal Highness will permit,
I have tho honor to convey to you tho
most representative and cordial greet
ings of His Excellency, tho American
Ambassador, Andrew 11. White of ller
I'n, who Joins mo In best wishes for n
kiueckllcho relso to his country und
mine. God speed you on your way to
that beautiful land beyond the western
sea, where a royal welcome Is awaiting
lie royal gtiejt of tho President and of
thn peoplo of tho United States of
Captain Denver spoke only a few
words of welcome und the Prinuc
lihook luuuls with nil throe most cor
dially, especially with Bcehlcr, with
whom ho Is on very friendly terms.
Heehler was a guest of tho Prince lu
Kiel and met with him again nt the
farewoll dinner which the Emperor
gave to his brother In lierlln.
Tho wholo meeting took hardly six
minutes und then the Prlneo und his
sulto went aboard where the captain
of the Kronprlnz, A. Klchter, gavo a
Tho band of tho Imperial Second
Nuvy Division played the German
"Volkshymno," "Tho Star-Spungled
Banner" and "Hall Columbia." This
famous navy band of forty-eight men,
under Director Wochlbler, goes us pay
ing passengers In the second cabin,
and will be transferred lu New York
to the Hohenzolleru.
Excessive precautions were taken nt
the steamer docks at Southampton to
guard Trlnee Henry of Prussia, who
was on board tho steamship Kronprlnz
Wllhelm. Policemen and detectives
GERMAN POSTAL CARD SOUVENIR
swarmed every part of tho dock, und
tho train wllh passengers from Lon
don was not .permitted to druw up to
Its platform until the Kronprlnii Wll
helm hud been made runt, Kvon then
tho Bteaiiihlilp tickets of tho South-
nmpton passengers were repeatedly
It had been proposed to arrnnge a
civic welcome for Prlneo Henry, but
thn Idea was abandoned owing to a
politely conveyed liiUmntbn that tho
time would be too ihort.
When tlio steamer left tho harbor
Trlnco Henry, who wa3 on the naviga
tion bridge, repeatedly removed his cap
and waved farewell to those on the
quay. Then the band of tho Second
Marino Dlvh-lnn. which accompanies
tho Prince, played tho German national
anthem, following It with "Itule, Bri
tannia," the strains of which gradually
faded us tho vessel dropped down
During tho trip from Bremen tho
Kronprlnz Wllhelm communicated
with the North Foreland station by
means of wireless telegraphy. Prince
Henry uent six messages, which were
retransmitted from ltiimsgnte, ono
being to h'a wlfa nm' another to Em
peror Wllhelm. Ho subsequently sent
messages by way of the Isle of Wight
to Germany. Emperor Wllhelm do
sired that an attempt be mado to keep
In touch with tho slenmer throughout
tho voyage und everything has been
prepared to carry out his desire.
The Kronprlnz Wllhelm arrived at
Cherbourg, France, after a pleasant
and windless crossing of the channel.
The steamer staid here for only twenty
minutes to transship tho eurgo. Mean
whllo the band on deck played two se
lections. At 1) o'clock, under the most
auspicious conditions, tho Kronprlnz
Wllhelm sailed for New ork.
OF PRINCE HENRY'S JOURNEY.
Plans All Complotocl.
(Imiarnl Prngrum fur I'rlno llnnryi
linllro Tour Auiiouiiuuil,
Tho Itinerary and general program
of Prince Henry's vhilt to this country
has been announced by Dr, Hill, the
President's delegate, It covers the po
rlod from Saturday, Feb, 22, to Tues
day, Muich 11. Sivcral changes have
been made from the original draft.
The revkal plniiB are us follows:
Saturday, Feb, 2:' Arrive In New
York harbur on httumor Kronprlnz
Wllhelm nt noon, Olllehil welcome,
Siinday-Hi'i;tbiiis services on board
Imperial yacht Hohen.ollern In the
morning, l'rlvalo enlertalnment by the
lieutscher Vereln In the uftertioou, De
parture for Washington ut night.
Monday Short clop ut llalllmoro at
!) u. m., and arrival In Washington itt
10:20 o'clock. Ohlcl.il call of Prince
Henry on President fioosrvelt at the
White IIoiim', and lis return, Inter
change of courtesies by uuihasradora,
Dinner ut tho White llnure at H In (he
evening, Return to New Vork city,
Tuesday Launching of the new
yacht of tho German emperor at Shoot
er's Island, In tho forenoon, and civic
receptlou In New York city lu the ul'ter
noon. Wednesday reception and sightsee
ing in New York city. Departure for
Washington at midnight.
Thursday At tho national capital.
Friday Visit to Annapolis,
Saturday Departure on western
tour, with stops at Pittsburg, Columbus
Sunday Stops nt Chattanooga. Nauh
vlllo, Loulsvlllo and Indianapolis.
Monday, March 3 Arrival nt St.
Louis at 7 a. in, and departure at 11.
Arrival at Chicago at 6:30 p, m. Re
ception at Union depot by Mayor Har
rison, tho Germun consul und tho re
ception committee. Military escort to
the Auditorium Hotel. Dinner by as
sociated reception committees. Grand
bnll In the Auditorium theater ut 10:30
o'clock, nnd supper.
Tuesday Visit to Lincoln Park in
tho morning and departure for Milwau
kee at 2 In tho arternoon.
Wednesday At Buffulo nnd Niagara
Thursday r.t Boston.
Frlduy VIhIU to Allmny, N. Y and
tho West Point Military Academy,
Saturday Rest and recrcutlon In
New York elty.
Sunday Visit to the New York
Yacht Club and private dinner.
George W. llojrd.
Who will Personally Conduct the Tour
of Prince Henry of Gormauy
Through tho United States.
Monday, March 10 Visit to Philadel
phia nnd Inspection of Crumps' uhip
yard. Tuesday Farewell nnd departure for
Germany on the steamer Deulschland,
Sketch of Prlnoa'o Life.
II It 'IilulUnrt h tli Kullort of tlia
Albeit William. Prince Henry of
Prr.stla, third ranking admiral of tho
Imperial Germun navy, Is every Inch
a sailor. Favorlto of bis Imperial
parents, coming to manhood umld na
tional conditions pal tleularly condu
cive to a llfo of luxury und ease, Prince
Honry has chosen to work hard for
nearly twenty-llvo years, nnd, as the
premier udnu of the kingdom bus dedi
cated his best talents to the sen ser
vice of tho nation, The Prince will
be 10 years old on Aug. 14 of this year,
lie lu Junt thrco years and uaven
months the Junior of his Imperial
brother, Emperor William II, Ho mar
ried lu Berlin In 18SH, Princess Ireno
of llcose, From this union, one of the
conspicuously happy marriages of
royal Europe, there have been throe
sons Princes Waldcnmr, Slglsmuud
and Ilelnrlch, aged, respectively 13, 5
;nd 2 yeurs, They nro destined to In
herit the maritime Inclinations of their
father, If there bo virtue lu a birth
place, for nil three acaunud their first
hoihon at Kiel, Prince Henry's naval
The llrst German prlneo to visit
United Stutes territory has upon four
previous occasions sailed far from the
fatherland, One wf the Journeys took
him uround tho world, By way of tho
Capo Verdo Islands, ho cruised through
the South Atlantic, around C 11 ne Horn
and through tho Puclllc to Japan and
China, where ho turned Tor uimost two
In tho spring of 18X0 ho started
home, touching the Capo of Good Hope
and St, Helena. Two years Inter he
crorsed tho Atlantic again, upon this
occasion as Junior commanding olllcer
of tho corvette Olgn, whose captain,
Duron von Seckendorff. as court mar
shal of Prince Henry's official house
hold, will accompany him to America.
For thirteen years following, Prlneo
Ilcnrv oecunled himself with tho
ceaseless activities attendant upon tho
birth aud development of Germany s
modern navy. In 1807 ho found him
self n full-Hedged ling olllcer, When
tho Chinese vort of Kluchow was
taken by the Kaiser a few months
later he dispatched his brother to East
Asia as the commander of tho second
division of Gorman cruisers. His de
parture from Kiel, aboard IiIb first
flagship, the Deulschland, was the cen
ter of a fervent Germun naval demon
stration. Cruising through tho friend
ly waters of China, Jnpan, Slam, Ko
rea and tho Russian possessions along
the Amur, chance found Prlneo Henry
In eastern seas during tho bristling
day following tho buttlo of Munlla,
and, whou Emperor William was
pleased to recall Admiral von Dled
rlchs, the couimuud of all Germany's
sea forces In the Aslntlo region fell
very naturally to tho Prince. As every
American olllcer who met him In those
days will testify, his coreor was
marked by tact, ability and kindness.
Prince Henry's distinguishing char
acteristic has been love and regard for
the men behind the guns und beneath
tho deck. A disciplinarian, ho has still
found It compatible to rulo with gen
tleness and consideration. Ho knows
his ships from flghtlng-top to keel.
Ho has mastered tho practical side of
navy things and understands the armor
strength nnd bunker capacity, ns well
us maneuvers nnd strategy. He Is In
tensely modest, almost to tho point of
Prince Henry was tho favorlto. son
of both his late father nnd mother.
Onco whon Senator Pendleton of Ohio,
thon United States Minister to Borlln,
was received In audience by Emperor
Frederick, tho American diplomat
spoke in admlrntlon of Crown Prince
William, to whom be had been pre
nmtoil the dav boforo. "Yes." said
Emperor Frederick, "William Is a fine
boy, but wait until you see my Henryl"
Next to navy matters, yachting
claims first Dlace in Princo Henry's
nrofesslonal affections. He Is evon a
more ardent water Bportsman than his
brother, besides being a practical
vnchtsman. Prince Henry sails his own
rrnft with consummate skill. The
Irene, named after his wife, has many
n iltrlA won n Kiel regatta cup under
tho personal guidance of its royal
owner. His keenest delight is to
scramble Into a thirty-footer wllh two
,.in,ia nmi tn fiiick flannel, mil ana
tack and splash through a smashing
contest. The wetter he gets, as me
result of a choppy spin, tho hotter he
likes the game.
Tho Kaiser's Plans.
Rumor Thai MlM Rooiewlt Is to Bo In-
itd to norlln.
if is ptntPd tn American circles In
in,inn that when Miss Kooseven
nvnr to attend the coronation
irinff TCriwnni she will proceed to
UL kMO . ,
Germany as tho guest of Amuassaaor
White at Berlin. This will be done at
h anMtlnn of the Kaiser, wno is
anxious to show Impartial hospitality
th President's daughter, whose
,.i,.mlnir nnrsona Itv IS SO Closely men
m..CJ I" -r
iiflid w th the present Anglo-American
Mvimlp.q the launching or tne &m
nrrnr's new yacht and the visit 01
Prince Henry to the United States. It
1m certain that the daughter of the
President would be cordially welcomed
by tho German people.
Kaiser Wants News.
I'rlDce Henry Ordaral to Muka Fall Bo-
nnrt of llli Trareli.
Knmeror William has ordered that
a hrmr l-Htiort of the visit of Princo
Henry be cabled to him dally from tho
nnitnii states. He has also oraereu
Prinr-fi Heurv to write a detailed re
port of his experiences and observa
tions during the trip. Prince uenry
win hpcln the reoort during his voyage
and will deliver It to the emperor on
At tho result of over-oxurtlon and
exposure to heat and cold, or from
wlintover cause, may bo treated suc
cessfully by the timely application of
St, Jttcob's Oil, A thorough rubbing Is
necessary. The Oil should be applied
vigorously, for at leaBt twenty min
utes, two or three times dally, whon all
pnln,. soreness, stiffness will be ro
niovcd In twenty-four hours. It will
aluo strengthen nnd harden the mus
cles, Football players, gymnnots, and
all tttlih tui will find St, Jacob's Oil
superior to any other remedy for out
ward application, for the reason that
Its action Is moro rapid and Its elfoct
pormuuont. Thousands of peoplo ull
over the world une and recommend. St.
Jacob's Oil for muscular soreness. A
twenty-five cont. bottle Is Quito uufl
dent to prove Its elllcauy. In cases
whore muscular soreness Is compli
cated with nuy disease which requires
an altorutlvo, Vogelor's Curative
Compound, should bo token. This Is
prcpured by tho proprietors of Ht, Ja
cob's Oil, Bultlmoro, Md., who will
soud a sample froo on application,
Most of the trouble In this world Is
Cue to the uncertainty of sure things,
To Cure ft Cold In Ono rtay,
Ttdto Lniuuve l'rorao (Jululna Tubluta. All
Jrugglntn refund money If ltfullutoouro. 25o.
When tho weather man bets on bis
predictions it Is often a caso of prophet
Dealers say that as soon lis n custom
mer trlcH Defiance Ktareh H lu Im
possible to sell them any oilier cold
water starch, It can bo used cold or
Still waters don't all come from a
TIIOHB WHO HAVB THIRD IT
Witt uho no other. Defliinee Cold Wiitr
Btnrcli hn no fiil In gunnllty or Qual
ity ltl os. for ID cunU, Other bruuils
contain only 12 us.
Even in wintor a locomotive can't
run unless It Is coaled.
l'RKK TOMACCO CURE.
Mm. A. It. Raymond, 011 Oiiirlon street, Dr
Molnen, In.. Iuh dlwnvorort it womtorful cum
(or tolnrro hublt. Hlie l imrlinr nil 1t (rleniln
Sno will wind nwilpt true to anybody Hcmillnif
two oout stump (or pustutfo. Wrllo lor It.
The man whonover has sinned novel
was a mn.
There Is no triok In dyeing. You can
do It just as woll as any one If you use
PUTNAM FADELESS DYES. Boiling
tho goods for half an hour is all there
is to It. Bold by dniBfflats, luo. package.
Home talent is often tho kind wq
tan't drive away.
Tn Winter Uee Allen's Foot Ease,
a powdor. Your feet feel uncomfortable,
nervous, and olten coin ana anmp. 11
you have Chilblains, sweating, Boro feet
or tight shoes, try Allen's Foot-Ease.
Bold by all druggiets ana snoo stores,
2Ce. Sample sent FHBK. Address
lien 8. Olmsted, Le Hoy, N. x.
Every man Invests In experience; few
meu draw dividends from It.
Advloe That Wu Not Wanted.
"Ah. will I nover be released?"
walled the Imprisoned horolno, beating
her fair white hands wildly against tha
bars of her window, while from behind
tho scones oould be beard the hoarse
chuckle of the villain. Many In the
audience were ocen to apply tbolr
haudkerchlofs to their eyes. Her pray
ers for release rose again upon the
still air and lost themselves In tho
echoing flies above. "Either git a
habbytiB corpus, loddy," shouted 'a
friend from the gallory, "er walk out
over do footlights." And the curtain
came down with a whizz,
Experiment Not Snoceiafnt.
It is related of King Charles IX. of
France that, having suspected ono of
bis cooks of stealing two sllvor spoons,
he resolved to try the effoct of botoar,
which at that time was highly recom
mended as an antidote to poisons. So,
thinking a good opportunity had ar
rived for testing its properties, his
majesty administered to the unfortu
uato cook first a large dose of corro
Blve sublimate and then a dose of the
reputod antidote; but tho unlucky man
tell a victim to the experiment and
died In great agony in seven hours, la
iplto of other efforts to save him.
Another BInn Altogether.
Valley, Mo., Fob. 24th. Thore Is a
man In this town who has undergone
a mofit romarkablo physical change In
the last few months.
His name Is Perry Nolson and those
who knew him but a short time ago
no nuu uub uueii lvuuum. wen lur 1
some time and suspecting that the
trouble came irom nis Kidneys, wnicn
he knew were not any too strong, ha
determined to try a kidney medicine.
Dodd's Kidney Fills were highly
recommended and Mr. Nelson began
a treatment of them. He was reward
ed by a complete restoration to vigor
ous good health. He says:
"I used six boxes of Dodd's Kidney
Fills and they have helped me a great
deal. I feel llko anothor man and can
recommend Dodd's Kidney Fills very
A soldier doesn't necessarily under
go a surgical operation whon deprived
of his arms.
Tho professional reformer is jiiBMUecl -j
in foMtnir flint, hn has a stead v lob for (
the rest of his life.
Death Asfea for a nlrth Certineate.
A man of the nnme of Jean Baptists .
Fabre, 87 years old, presented himself
the other day to the mayor of Mon-
treuIl-sous-BoIs to obtain at last a
.. . i i i.
ulrtn certincaie. acareeiy uu no v
tered his roquest when he sank, J" it.:
without a cry. Men rushed toiv A
him, but without avail; he was dead
with a sudden stroke of apoplexy.' -Paris