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Prince Pr1 Adolpboa who te a desceodant desceodantf
r K e f a four you eoreretjro s0 o erwt to a that the tb line lIneItH rep repted zpre
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Aa of t LlppDet Ttaat flitmatd i4 to Mcceed eneceedPrince McceedPrtaoe eed eedP
Prince P IIee War W who had beta the thethrone t tat thetbre
throne of UppeDetmoM DetIMId far t ov 8ft 8ft7ftN ter r M al7vera
7ftN 7 ara hot at white wid the Kmperor te allpew aUpweeitd allpewarfol a pew pewerN
arfol ta ccrtata natters ttec sack ulac ae conua conuatag cotttiNlag
tag the army and navy DaT of Ida empire the thellttte tItetIMe theesetles
esetles tIMe llttte kingdoms which wtdclatM together togethero togethersubs
subs o tip ttw modem na empire of e the IlehaaUsta Ho Hohave BeL
haaUsta L I n oo have certain rights granted grantedthe nuat nuatUte
b rho radar the Rdchabond Jhle or ce cepet com comact eMIJIHt
pet act which binds an those IeM states tell tellTIle tog to toge
ge g lha h r The meet important Ita IKtaat of these fa f isbt fattat
I ttat bt tk tfa irmaiiar 1aIN snail not t interfere Iatect ta tamatters IIIDatten 1smatter
matters conceratag the Internal roltag of ofthese s sthese I Itbe
these tbe little kUiadmiu k To Amerteans A U Uto itIs t
to easy enough t1a01J h to captain that the uhnlc wtIIIeaat wb uhnlcmatter Ie Ieaaatter I
matter aat ta aiotpiy 1Dp another case of o states statesrights stahll8eppeed statesi4theg
rights as eppescd to federal interference interferenceTbe late ferseCL ferseCLThe
TIle story st < < 7 cT lost J bow tbe Emperor EmJX > ror at attempted attemptfd attempted ¬
tempted to slide Uct his sisters husband into inton
n I uniporsrUjr empty throne at Llppo LlppoI
I IM otuil it the t f capital 3 plUI town of tbe little littlethrows littletrcws jtttell
ll throws > a ro fOlDAlJUc mac tic light oter i
the IntriralB and > ecbeariag which wbl k doal denlats doalnates 11I1 11I1uates
nates aad very extensively exteo lvey eermpts the theimperial thelmpedal theImpedal
imperial circles of Gemwoy Count Brest Bresttbe BraettIte ilrastthe
the eldest son ef Coast Co at Leopold hadbrety bad badbarelr badbenIr
barelr BIPed ate last breath la tbe pal palace pala palaee ¬
ace a of DetBooM before lore the Emperor bad badseat badteat d dseat
seat Count LtopeWetesonfeM UppeWebl eBthI to Deanold Deanoldfor
for tbe purpose 81 < < of rf pecawkHng the tbeell ease cowiHI easedi
HI which to the representative body In IBthe Intile Inthe
the little kingdom to pass by Count Leopobl Le0pold Leo Leopold ¬
pold and aomlaato in his stead Prince PrinceAdotohns PrlaeeAcIeIpb PrinceAdeiphas
Adotohns Any nwaber of wires were werepalled were1Nl1ted werepalled
palled The Bmperors KI perers s emissary ry bad a aeatebel aMtdlel asatchel
satchel fall of Jeweled cresses el88 e8 and a Del an an aalt4ted DaBatted anlimited
limited snnply of aecoratloag tJo by which to toengage toe toeetgage
engage e p the affections of c the DeUnokl DeUnoklCouncil DMmok1CoaDeIL Deta + old oldCounciL
Council In other words the Emperor Emperorattempted BI8peroratMmpted llaperorattempted
attempted at oaoete e create a lobby IB IBthis IetIats Inthis
this little legislative ittft body and he hoped hopedto
to use straight English by baying ap apthese upthese
these th council members to railroad his histbronpless blstbroDfIlSS hlstbroneless I
tbronpless brother brotherinlaw tnlaw Adolpbus of ofSobiu01 ofSchaumburgLippe I IkbauwburglIppe
Sobiu01 kbauwburglIppe burg Lippe Into the t tenantless tenantlessthrone tengatlessthrone I
throne in the cozy little police Pdl e of Oct i I
moW mollliow moWHorr JROIdnow
now the E Errcror xeror Played PIn Ted and nn l Lost Lostflic Ladfho Lostilre
flic Throne ThroneUnfortunately ThroneUnfortunately ThroneUnfortunately
Unfortunately for the Th Bmperors Bmperorssebeaes BilJperorsseJteMes iperors iperorssehemes
sebeaes In Prince Adolphus behalf the ttePeople tl1epeople thepeople
People of LlppeDetiaoW Llppe Dettaold are very pros proaperoHs JMUSperous prosperous
perous salfsssorUnff slllfa sertJng and a stroagly judopoadeot lode Independent lodepe ¬
pendent pe dCDt set of burghers sod they did sot sotlike BOtJUre notlike
like Prince AdoJrJtts ado JS persooally there therefore therefore therefore ¬
fore they t r rebuffed the attempt of the tileBlnPftW theIlmperor theBmperor
Bmperor AS a matter of fact bsweverCount however howeverOoant wee weeOoaot
Count Leopold LeG OId and his wife the PrJacess3arie p PrJacess ItirlneeseMaria ee eeMarte
Maria were exceedingly popular wIth tie tlJeaTerR3e theaverage tieaverage
average citizen clU of Detmold Young good goodlooking goo4kMtag goodIoohlng
looking and goodnatured good atured they had keen beeaMviag tteeKYIDJ keenliving
living for nine years la I the midst of these tbeaepeople thesepeople tht e eIHIO
people IHIO Ie sad all the time with an eye on onthe onUte onthe
the possibility po tbUlty of aa empty throne tltc ae that thatmight thatm1 thatmight
might m1 < < bt be 1 kept In their breach bnt8 b of toe toefamily tbefamUy thefaintly
family familyConot famUyCoont faintlyCount
Count Leopold Pcnd who wears a Vandyke JSteodykebeard Vandykebeard vndrhbt
beard bt > nrd parted In the center aDd a grace graceful gracetul graceful ¬
ful mustache for years e8rs made himself oe oefal O Otul usafat
fat by making IIUllJn speeches to the good cltl rltiI I
I
lor I Inus
tens of QtetmoM Irlaeesa I IJriCI rlBaew t1 Marie for forher t tIwr fetbar
her part like a welltrained aspirant a for fora
a petty Owmnn kingdom kl lived quite a adootMtlc IIdOlDHtle adomeatk
dootMtlc life 11t Jetted tbe sick Ie IB the tbehospitals theho thehospitals
hospitals ho pltal headed subscription sab erlptlon lists to aid aidthe aidthe aidthe
the aorertystricken Detaelders and istoday Is Istoday S StOda
today tOda undoubtedly tile most popular Indl Indlrldnat ladltldt indiridnal
rldnat IH tbe little kingdom kiagdomla
la 1 fact while it Is also al o a personal personaltriaMfM personaltrl personaltrhiaph
triaMfM trl tot these tbe e two that the will of oftbe1 ortlii ofthe
the War Lord of Germany was wa thwarted thwartedand
and hte la favorite sister Is a still without a athrone IIo athtay
throne o to pose pe e upon the real triumph is isdo Isto Islie
lie do te the sturdy burghers of Detmold Detmoldyho Detmoldrim
rim for six days and nights surrounded surroundedthe
tie the t council chamber made bag and andstupid aadstpId andstvphl
stupid speeches s bes la the streets built boa boairae bonaad boathem
them aad talked about handing barricades barricadesuntil barriCAd111II
until Ute Vmperors agent was compelled compelledtp
tp r repack paek into his valise his golden crosses crossesaad cr08 crossescod e edlalDOlK
cod dlanxHMlstndded dlalDOlK studded decorations and andslipped aDdltlltle41 andnipped
slipped across the LIppeDetmoW froa froaUer 1rOBfer fretater
Uer some elrht miles away awayIIoTV awarDow awayflow
Dow the bottom Veil Oat OatWtth OotWI OntWith
With WI t the departare ef Croat Tel99ea TCeiaeafold Tel99eafeW el ell ellfeW
feW the Ie bottom ttOlll fell oat of the Emperors Emperorsplot
plot to o seat t Adolphus ea the throes thr ee The Theeaaaoil TheloDger Thesesneil
eaaaoil ae longer bewildered by the blaze biaaeof
of Jeweled presents from the Emperor Emperoryielded Emperory Emperoryielded
yielded y lded to the popular clamor for Ceaat CeaatLeopold CeautLeopoJd Cea nt ntLeopold
Leopold and declared him elected to soc socceedbte sueceM1Ik saeeeed
eeed ceedbte ids father Const Ernst Thus twice twiceinside twicelaeWe twiceInside
inside of a decade Emperor William had badattempted hadatumpted hadattempted
attempted to force the sovereign OB this thislittle thisllttre thislittle
little principality grind allty and twice the Emperois Em Emperors Emperors ¬
perors candidate baa been forced to keep keephis keepbls keephis
his coraoadoa robes IB camphor and caretay carefully care carefully ¬
fully pack Mt k away his an unworn worn crown la the thespare Ule8p thespare
spare 8p lre room 10 < < 1 la the palace at Potadam Potsdamflat PotadamBat POWdamBDt
Bat the affair at Detraold Det oJd and tate thisgaeadaa tateoaesdoa tbJsqae
oaesdoa qae asa of none but mediatized descend descendants ¬
ants having the right to reign while adTaDced adranted ad adranccd
ranted by the Emperor for his bI own per personal pernal pertonal ¬
tonal nal reasons IB this case has BOW BOWthreatened BOWthllntenld nowthreatened
threatened to prove a boomerang ttooIRera g coming comiegstraight COtBIBgstra1gh comingstraigb
straight tonaids no less a II personage than
rt rttla
the tla a aogoflt poa SOB of t the Emperor p or himself himselftbv ht httft hlm If
the Ctermaa Qta1MaCfOMa crow IJ PTtaac Pjt who te tely sh 1tr t
ly 1 to a marry I8 IJ the Princess Prim ss Ceetlle of ofIn 1hld 1hldIen Mccksea
sea Ichwrlb IchwrlbIli
Ienhi
In Act German < royal circles of all allshade aUshadel allsbadcs
shade and degrees of Importance caaaet caaaetalTonl cuatont cannotafford
afford ont to have the Ketchgeriebt uphold apnoMtbe Bphoidtbe
tbe 89M pear > e or IB his position as half a adozen ado adeem
dozen do a or more Important reigning fami families tamlUes famlpea ¬
lies caenet eallt8tp go back more than tba four or orIve ora ortlv
Ive a tlv geoeratloos s wiliest running law iatosome JatorotS lawtome
some aHeMtore rotS who while entirely re respeetable reNe respoilable
spoilable Ne and decided deck1 artotoeratlcal were werenevertheless wereDntrtkelet werenerertheleae
nevertheless pot members of the families familiesmeatlfMd falBfllesmen familiesmentlp
mentlp meatlfMd men fi 1ft H the early part ef this art article arUele artete ¬
cle as hcvteg once reigned rel Ded bat BOW being beingwithout belagowltbo beingwltboat
without wltbo t Aklngdom AklngdomOther a Jclltgd4H Jclltgd4HOther klagdamOther
Other Throne lIironea Are Threatened ThreatenedIf
If the tJi fast that Count von LlppcBels LlppcBelsterfelds Llppe Bess Bessterfelds els elst
terfelds t Jd progenitors belonged only to the thepetite thepetite thepetite
petite aoblOBBC deplores dep ves him of the right to terale torule torule
rule the sea of the present pr eat Uermaa Bm Bmperor BIBtHOr Bmperor ¬
peror tHOr Is in the sane e portion for the tbegrandfather tJIegrandratJier thegrandfather
grandfather of the l Kalserln t rD Duke D ke Chris Christian ChrJ5USB Christian ¬
tian August married the Countess Latee LateeDanaskJeldHamsoe LalseaB88kjeldSelII8Oe LulseDanekjeld
Danekjeld DanaskJeldHamsoe Sameoe a member of only a apetite aIHItite apetite
petite noblesse a ltlee e This of course affects affectstbe atreetstile aCectsthe
tile right of succession of the German GermanCrows GermanCrowa GermanCrown
Crows Prince So well Is this understood asderstoedtbat UHK tood toodthat
that the Uandesrath at a recent meetlsg meetlsgstrongly meetlagstrongly meetiagstrongly
strongly opposed Emperor Williams posi position JIOIIItJon peeltsn ¬
tion asserting that tee people of Lippe Llppebad Lippebad Lippehad
bad a right to tobe be heard h f1rd in regard to the thematter thematte thematter
matter matterBavaria matteHavarSa matterllavarla
Bavaria is especially anxious regarding regardingthe
the ovtcoae of the LIppe controversy controversyThe
The oastioB of soeceeflloB tKe sl ef Prince Lad Ladwig LadwIg Ludwig
wig the son of the present t regent Prince PrinceLHltpelo PrinceL1I1tpeld PrinceLaltpold
LHltpelo may ay BOOB come up owing to the thetweets tiler themeats
tweets r eats advanced a vanced age It Is also said that thatthe tbatthe tJaatthe
the HlJl unequal eflW l Birth ijlrtbHot of Covet von VO Lippe LippeBelsterfeld LIppeUelstlKfetd LippeIieicterfeld
Belsterfeld affects tile house of SaieMeln SaieMelnic
ic for Count Leopold i sister Adelhelde Adelheldemarried AdeUeldelIImOO Adeiheldemarried
married Prince tfrledrlch of SaieMeln SaieMelningen 8ue ueYetnIDgen Meln Melntngen
ingen ingenTbe tngenThe
The faally t8JJJ 11100 nojv relgniag which would wouldbe
be the nearest teach to ch by any dr farther at attempt attelDpt attempt ¬ I
tempt on the part ef tile Emperor to drive
Count from his I Ibe
Leopold kingdom would wouldbe
be that which BOW rules In SaxeMeia SaxeMeialagen Saxe1etla SueMoleLaren
lagen la ea as Medeete was the greatgreat greabgreatgrandmetker greatgreatgraBdfflster greatgreatgraDd
graBdfflster graDd tJter of the ofcildreB of Prince PrinceFrledrka lrlaceIIrkldrkh IrlneeFriedrich
Frledrka heir presumptive ptft tII8ptfTe of SlUe SaxeHeiBlngea SlUeKel SueMclningee
HeiBlngea Kel I IJ8II who married rrled Ad Adelheide ibeWe Count CountLejWW3 CouatLeep CountLeOPd1
Leep LejWW3 rJ aster Priedrtabs eider brother brotberBerBbard brotherBernhard < < hr hrHerBart
Bernhard who has tJ BO Ma son os married the theBwporers the1I thellmperer1S
Bwporers 1I tpei r sister l ter Charlotte As three of efthe oftbe ofthe
the EmperorS s sisters married members m9M es of otf
f
over aight for insulting his Imperial Ma Maesty h1 Ma1eaty h1t7
esty t7 have ba guyed William Will strongly aui auimade au aumade aumade
1 made much uch fan over the LtopeDetmotd LtopeDetmotdcontrovert LippeDetmoldcontroversy Detaaotd Detaaotdt
controvert controversy t beading their dispatches mpat a atboogb as astboaP asthough
though from tro a war MMM bat at DrrmoM DrrmoMpabltc DIrtmoldpllblie Dtmoldpablle
pabltc meettoga gravely discuss what wtMItoiled ta IIsailed tacalled
called the tit aaeault t oa the coaatttatteoal coaatttatteoalrtahtsef eGUtltDtleo4lrtjIJItw onadtstteaalrlyfhtaef
rtahtsef rtjIJItw of tIN principality and announcesdtrahahttbs announces announcesdetermination s stt
determination tt ll not to wt the Frooslaa FrooslaaXteg rrIallXIDc CrselasKing
King or r ituadaetath impair pair their sever severekjnrhUt sererwill r rrtp
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will AVI 111 11 the UcloBKerit Aueable AsemblerThe A AueableJIM emfel f fTbe
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by 1rtace A4toiphaB uIII white wttl spectoeaiar apse uiar r and andromantic andt1c andromantic
romantic t1c aotng back a < < aa It rasa toea hit tbe tbekingly tber1 thekky
kingly ly rights r1 < < ftta of the families fag which have haveruled bareruled 1e 1ertIIed
ruled Knrope rope for rive ve or OCItU six handud years yearsto pareant J Jill
> to sot a hopeful proposition from aa im impertal 11IIr
r portal standpotat standpotatIB ll utdpolatI
IB I Ute ant place this imperial by peela Sal court courtef
ef r justice Is eompeiotl entirely r et f petty pettyktogs pettyI M MkI
ktogs I kI Itp and prince eaeb e II of whom w ta p per pery r raaujUly
aaujUly 11 eternally oa the eatwok tIHk to keep keepthe kHpUte keepthe
the Bmperer peror from treading tt oa ills own owaroyal 08ro11l owntyal
royal toes to So that aa attempt oa a thepart the thepart tbepart
part ef the Bmperor PftOC to jostle j t tIe eae ef I l their tbeirewB tbe4OWR theirewe
ewe number be will receive neee scant svppert svppertKing hwppertKing rt rtKl
King Kl g Ueerge of Saxony lilUo y who presided presidedever
ever Ibis eonrt of German kings te 185 185has 1Mba IIlfuhas
has ba to the relief of t hIs subject l departed departedthis rlfd rlfdthis
this life Who would take his place pia la lacase lacue lacase
case the Hefebgerteht was reassembled ed by bythe byUte bythe
the Kmeeror l peror was problematical Leopold Leopoldof
of Bavaria would kl all 11 the bill with dignity dignityas UY UYas
as he aad the Bmperor peror avoid each ether etheras p pas
as a much welt as possible ble bat b t he would not notsuit ao notsuit t tsuIt
suit Ute Berlin 11 < < 110 end of tile controversy controversyUowever eotItNvenTUoweYer controversyUowever
Uowever It ta to be I e hoped tbat the tbeworld th thwortd theworld
world In general 1 will not be deterred d erred from fromreading tnHUIRC fromrending
reading IRC about the roe romantic antk tlc and arttao arttaocratteal artocRt1 atticoeratlenl
cratteal function of this CII confederacy of ofkftta otutlc ofkfltp
kftta and utlc K theare thgr Ke i anally lly idled I togther to toaetherthe topttter
aetherthe pttter tiM movlaPtnce moviag pletare area aid a the theAmertaaa dieArlca theAmerkaa
Amertaaa tourist abroad might t ba ex expected upeeted ezpeetod ¬
pected to Hock by Ute thoaeaada tll to the tbuseat t tt theseat
seat t ef t their dellberatteas dellbeatksaJapans dellberatteasJapans dellbaadHJapans
Japans Work or In InKorea InKorea n nKorea
Korea KoreaM
M MtII Minch wb JI attention Is at prM present Mt iUr dkMte4 dkMte4la et < l lla
la Uw Far Ea Let t to tb tM KOTWM x pc prahlew prahlewTb k4tn k4tnTb m mTIN
Tb TIN question km may to said Ut t have oe oeenc4 MeupIed aceSpied
enc4 eSpied d a place In th the naiad of J Jnpaaeae Jnpaaeaesttttcmen pane a aattU
attU sttttcmen M n and of Jpan Japanese I a aduring pwhdMts pwhdMtsdgting ts tsd1IdJtg
during OM tit pa put t M years tII > but as fa often oftenthe cteotIte tea teatk
tk the nee e 9 it was W 8 r reeeatly c ntlr draajijAd drag r Into Intoamklan IntoJMOIIIht Intosetdden
amklan promiawMe JMOIIIht by a forUrtt for fortadee a tact laelsat tactKorea 1DotMRt
sat MRtJCorea satKoren
Korea tc S In the t e happy a py aaaHton ue et f bo botaa b blAg belag
lAg an exception to UM eeet eeaneihlc ts law lawUmt lawut lawthat
that population pre prBaaaa pr oen upon tb the Itt Hntlta Hntltaf Ita Ital
at f Muatenanoa nee There la no other r peas presttre JK8SIn peassure
sure in the penlnMilar empire pIre Hundreds Knadredsof
of thousand of acre of land lie U fallow fallowwhich CaUowwbleb fallowwhich
which without much difficulty might be hamade bebCea4prodaclng bemade
made breadprodaetaK The TI contrast be between betweea betwaca ¬
tween Korea Ko and Japan Ia that respect reapectforaibir repeettoNilbly respectforsibly
foraibir illaairaU tho affaota of their
different admlnfajtmttre systems Qat In the theone tJleone theone
one ooontry try industry bMI y flied every y enorag en enaouragecMnt eftt
aouragecMnt orag mnt t to tb the other ovary deter deterrent tleerrent deterrent ¬
rent rentCertainly rentcrtaInJy rentCertainly
Certainly even In Japan the moors raoomand moorsancl moorsand
and for forests ata held by b UM state er r by the thethrone thethrone thethrone
throne will one day be a anti more morevaluable moreval morevaluable
valuable val a + et t than they are now hut hutso butso
so far aa land aceeaefble see isble to private en enterprtoe enterptIH entrpti
terprtoe la J concerned aarleiiltvre ha aj ajproprhvted approprtated 1 1proprited >
proprhvted every spot wKM reach r In InKorea InKor InKorea
Korea Kor on the contrary there bas he been beenduring n nduring nduring
during the put two decadaa d a steady steadydecline ftMdydeellfte steadydecline
decline In the already restricted re t1taed food foodstuff foodstull foodstuff ¬
stuff producing area and while the theJapaneae theJapaMH theJapanese
Japanese are constantly ecwirOAted ed by bythe bythe bythe
the danger of not being g aMe bIe to grow growrlee growrlee growrice
rlee enough for their dally needs theywitness they theywitneas Uteywltne
witness 8 within their neighbors batch batchrtes botmdarlea bedarfe
rlea the tantalizing npoetnete of large largfttracts IaJtatracts largetracts
tracts of r land capable We of r oulttnttton oulttntttonneglected entifr + stloa stloaneglected n nuQlected
neglected and falling to lIMe still greater greaterneglect greaterneglect e er ernegaeot
neglect neglectCurious negaeotCurious neglectCurious
Curious Pacts About AboutIndia AboutIndia AboutIndia
India IndiaTo India IndiaTo
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member of an II officially 17 reaogBteed T pro profeeelon p ptloR prefeubn
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