Alden Times (Newspaper) - October 10, 1890, Alden, Iowa
VOL I'M R XIII.
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; <lnnt determination to follow in tim ' footstep* of Frederick the Gnat, all in ak.* It ira interesting
Hi.* 'Copter fell from tim (lying Ii Ami or I r.-dnrb'k tho Noble into the grain of (Iii. voting Moldier. From the moment that hr held it hr nh-twed that, i hi’ rn. ant to bo an emiteror in very i truth.
j All Fit rope ha* rann with the re Oort* of hi* journey a, In* alliant-. hi*
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He la thn lieu man on horaoback iv.n,,. to daacle, bi charm, (mrliap* to trail, form F.iimpe,
How many a time. daring hi* ?«• I jim mn t* north and ontli, and morning- and nvenir.g* full of ca,,. „ , i-xh*QNting cemtnony, hi* heart mu*t turn back with longing to thn old pal-acr oppoait • the Araenal iii Itnrlin. in who h i i* fatlmr lirnd for *o manr yea * 1 ..I through the ntatelv apart nient- i . which lie ranged frnelv when a little child
rown I’rinrn** to nnnorintend I , i* Milo of tho future Kmper* or* cd u rat I on ha* given *..me intermit-Dig fllMMM of the royal hoil-ohold
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*fm told lorn she wa* anitoa* that her HHD ahonld a.vioire a go.*| FngJi*h ar cent,
Hnrirw* and similar state function* were th.- only interrupt ion* to tho work of the rnung Prince*.
Prince \\ ill jam, aa he wa* ttnivnm-ally called, except bv hi* governor, who gen.-rallr Maid "L>tbr-r I'rtnt noon nm t.-rmi Knglisli, and Apeak* it a* well a* he doe* Gorman. It took time to learn how to write hngli*h well; bm on.* d»v he brought hi* tutor a birthday letter written to Eileen ' I dor la and ankcd hi* tutor to correct it.
I here wa* nothing to correct, and I ainee that time the young Kmporor ha* i ln’en *tih- to write tliieiitlv and iWTeet- I
*** hi* neither * native language.
Sotho-?- t-rtihi b. more *imnle and ! natural than the In.* th.* Prince* lived. Whether in th. ir -chool ffvitn*. I ut their tunic, or the manner in which her were treated, there wa* but little to dude gm*h them from the children nf *nj g« -.tinman of good fortune. Tile word* I ->va! Highne--*” were never the “dn,’ which natnrallv the German aotaoolhov, wa* r the more re*|uHrtful “nie *
or accomph hed a *port*man a* the Kmporor of Auatna. but he ha* been rng*g,^l in aevaral very ri*ky cncnnut with largff giroe,
On one occasion irf Hnaata, when he
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himself by engaging a ferocious bear single-handed and came off victor. There i* not much chance to shoot large game in Germany, and the Emperor, for several rear a before hi* ac cesnion'to the throne, wa* accustomed to make excursions into Lithuania, in Winter, and **|»er.(iing a week or two on the estate* of hi* intimate friends, the
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Biblic or private edifice in t’ruMia. ie va^l ant** t hamhors wore gar- ! nuihed with htmte of the (vouereiH of Uie war* of ISM and IHI . interspersed with the medallion* ..f Humboldt and other savant* of berlin
III the apartments of hi* mother tile little Prince had a chance to acquire All the surrounding* brit!.h In one small
used for boudoir and l>ed-<«>Tn. Wilhelm doubtless passed ma av ’hUdi*h hour* gmriug out upon the *1 or the I Diversity, or amusing
hii i-.-lf with the collection* of Ireland mom, sh.-ll* from the i-b- of Wight coml necklace* and Engli.di keepsake*’ with ahicti the etageres were til; I In the Prince**’ mom* th.-re war*.
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The tutor u-. d to nhake hand* uneere nioniou.il ■ vs 11Ii hi* roval pupil everv day, and Prince William would c-ha't si.ult what he had Is*"! doing; that Prof**nor Helmholz liad told him thi-?. or that Count Moltk. had explatned to him that. He us* very fond of fairy storied,
The yonng Prim-. * F.nglieh relative* took care to HU Iii* mind with eminently conner’aliie hotka*. One (L* - lie .wile- u* hi-? trachi-r Tnt ti this Hither tart ling .pi. .I <>n
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wi*:i wa*n horrid b.-H*t; what do von think J I he tutor htirdlv kr.ew what to an im er.
iiu tho whole, hi- youth wa*SCHOU* ewrue-t, and SHiioeutlv imluitriou*. He rarely laughed and sleave Hi-enied to bi ar about w it!, him tho coin-u-iuu* ne-s that he lied * mighty minion to ! fit! ti ll “F.Yun a* a bov,“ *av* one of ; bi* biographers, “it wa he u’n.l not hi* father, who wa* panted ,,tit a* the future hope ot Germany.
I hi-evident reriounueaa with whk’h lie regarded himself sometime* cau-ied *tuU(-H Anecdote- in ymiot w.-re fri elv circtilatod, a*, for instance, that he j borrowed a penknife from one of hi* attendant-., and returned it with the i solemn remark “keep this, It ba* now I (coo me a historic relio. “ But thn abv •nee of any sense of humor i- now •bown to be only the obverse side of splendid and princely characteristics.
Young Wilhelm'* military career began as soon a* he returned from the I Diversity, in the Pi rat Guard Regiment of Infantry at Potsdam, th. old
farrimn town haunted by memories of 'rederick the Great.
I he l irat Guard* is Prussia * crack regiment, and in tin* the Prince re rosined with the infantry until he ro-e to be Major, when he w a* transferred
Kad/iwill-, in Rug*)*.
»>n this great demesne of Nieswie* vast forest* tilled with wild game
stretch awav for league*, and afford hunter* all the peril* aud excitement* of the wilderness.
Mince he ha* become Emperor, Wilhelm ha- continued hrs pleasant rela
ti na with the Kad/iwills. an t now a: d then giw* them a grand hunting
party a* a return for their hua pit atli \.
Iii I bdl Pimco Wilhelm wa* married.
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picture*; in her youth she seemed not to care for them.
In the opposite wing were tim atudv and the private rooms of “Papa Fritz * rn which the young WUheiin wa* now and then allowed, a* a special favor i> haired little j-ate
I nnce Wilhelm learned one thinxr from hj* father whioh may stand him J® 8°°® «tead one day. That was to know and appreciate the masse*, to un-derstand their dialect and enter into their humor.
The two often made excursions together among the toiler*.
When he wa* seven rear* old the yonng Prince we* placed under the Ina traction of Dr. Hunter, for whom he conceived a friendship w hich has grown with hi* years, and whioh ha* caused much jealousy of the tutor in reoent times.
Major General Von Hud berg was the Prince’* military governor, aud the i young man a marked predilection for ' military stadias received a great im pattie from this able no Idler.
After hie confirmation in 1874, the Prim* was sent with his brother. I
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varsity at Bonn, and there, aa at Cat aal, he was treated exactly like the other students aud formed the habit of close application which ban stood him in such good steed nine, ho came to the throne.
An English tutor who was employed
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pert ip Ok* young Emperor’a Ii**, w not merely because the JBa-neror ie fond el tea mer* aport of knocking over small or large gems. but bacauan heating expeditions offer an excellent pretext for avern bring together huge parties of the nobility and gent it and conversing with theeL Young Wilhelm iv uo**TeatlniRimuk-
at tho ago of 22. to Princes* Victoria of Schleswig Holstein Augustenburg and their first Is.rn hod is the fourth rn the sons* of “four king*/ ss the old Kaiser remarked in the year following when a photograph waa taken at Pot* dam of himself, his son, grandson, and tho infant jinnee, borne in the old man* arms, thus j»reaenting in a group the first four generations of the new imperial German house.
The Princess, his wife, is not of roval blood, and by her he ha* a family* of five boys, the eldest of whom ha* already a military rank in the armv, and i* generally att; . d in uniform and boot*, a veritable Pnaa in Boots," to whom the soldiers have to present arms. Crow.! Prince WA I jam £ mmr_ ried life bas not t>aen entirely a happy one. Hi* wife i* plain, bat of charming character. She was very strictly brought up, not being allowed in her girlhood to read a novel or sea a play The match was made by hi* mother, uot by himself, and on reaching mature year* this fact helped to anger hun against both his mother and his wife. He *nnba her for her lacking* in royal blood and beauty and is rarely seen in her company, she being jealous of him and of her rank a* the fin! lady bf the land. Aa the second Empress Victoria, ber influence promise* to be feJL
For some time after her marriage Prince Will)aku resided in Potsdam, where he was finally appointed a major general. The life cf the young
free from luxaar. * 7
Prince Wilhelm learned the value of simpBotty from hie father, and he ie teaching it to his officer*, by laying down certain cardinal rule* about phin riving whish they all find it prudent to ohaarve.
When he think* any garrison town maker
visit and ha* all the troop* turned out
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Emperor Wilhelm in fond of reading in the "Hchloa*," the picturesque old castle winch, with it* massive js.rtaJ* and broad court*, loom* up md far from the bridge near which stand* the colossal «hju(stnnn bronze statue of the < • r* at Elector.
All the Prussian King* and F.nmer-or*. nine in number, have at tim*-* re-I r‘^»n fellies*, except Erederi k the I In rd and th# mighty Fritz, who I liked I otiulsm best.
I I he Emperor entertains well; he I loves hi* children, and bring* th.-m up J •trimly and in all the tradition* of the Hobfluxollerua. Ile allow* them to take on no air* liecuuse of their princely position.
The heir-apparent, Crown Prince Frederick William, wa* Imrn in Mar of 1882 Hp is a pretty boy, of •►mm-nung dnposition. verv fond of directing i mimic war operation* with hi* little brother*.
kaiser W ii helm ha* developed into a handsome and imposing man.
He is in tim full flush of strength and has kept hi* youth very well. In hi* .list yiar he still ha* the fresh-I ne** and vigor of a boy, and the elasticity of hi* tenij-erament is displayed whenever he is with intimate friend*.
He im more than nix feet tall, well
Ppfup; not of no athletic a build aa the Anglo-.Saton, bnt strong, wirv, and suppi,-. Mince he ha* become Emperor he ha* grown a trifle stouter.
Hi* left arm i* hi* most palpable physical defect. “It hang* Indios]*," cav* one biographer, “and is. I should say, -Arnut an inch and a half higher than the other arm. I am told that this malformation is a gT’-at vexation a* well a* inconvenience to him but he deserve* praise for the adroit man ner in which be use* the hand. *
There is a story that the English physician a ho officiated st his birth is responsible for the cojjditionaf hi* arm.
The Emjteror rarely show* himself divested of hts uniform. He i* wise in thia, for Ilia good look* are much enhanced by his military trajiping*.
He rise* early, take* a very light breakfast and goes for a little exorcise, after which he take* a second breakfast, this time of an omelette, ham and eggs, a mutton chop or a chicken.
He dines at half past one on bouillon or broth, bolled meat with vegetables, follower] bv roast meat and pudding. and if there is company present an entree and an ice Hi* supper is of meat or fish and pudding. Iii- favorite dishes are poulots -antees, with potatoes or baked Asb, especially in-reh, juke, sole or turbot.
hen not in uniform he dresses in English style, and a marked predilection for English cost nm es and manner* ha* been apparent in bu drno* and demeanor for sometime past, although ho is intensely Prussian IU sentiment Hi* con Vernon to English ideas in minor matter* is striking, because for a long time before hi’father s death luau - intensely hostile even to the name of England. I here « a* a period when ne -cerned estranged from loth father a^rid mother, not long l**f<»re Emperor I rederick * death, but the reconciliation wa* complete, so far Frederick wa* concerned, In’fore that noble and generous apirit j»a-**ed awav.
rho new adviser* by whom he bac surrounded himself arc not bkeh to interfere with the Em port?! * theory of being hic own Bismarck. General V*n < ajrrivi 1-ears a ntriking resemblance to the old Chancellor, but he ha* none of the mental hardness of Prince Bismarck; he may be exjrected to yield to tile imperial policy when it differs from his own.
General Count Alfred von balder *ce, who aliout a year ago wa* ’"-"dc the successor of tfce venerable Moltke a* Chief of General Staff ami who wa- long a favorite of the old Emjietor. wa- looked on bv many a* rikdv to succeed Bismarck. He’ is a of
talents, and hi* policy, which i gressive, i* -juite j-opular with helm Second.
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At a recent miniat axial con ran Lain °** of J* proa«lrara suggested that it wooidn^ ba a bad idea to have a sermon occasionally ara the recoghitxo . of frfonda on earth. Ha said many people J** •* up with the good time
they expected ta kava in trie sky they forgot to ha Beatable here. His head w* ^°P* hi* sensible words will ba about the same aa pat-ranganothar a tora in arary church.