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"WHEN I AM DEAD." I

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TURBULENT RUSSIA.

PELTING A PRINCE.

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PELTING A PRINCE. Almost all the omcers of both the British and American squadrons were present at a ba-nqueh given in New York on Friday night in honour of Prince Louis of Battenberg by alumni of the United States Naval Aceademy. Prince Louis, replying to the toast of" The Royal Navy," spoke. highly of the United States Academy, thanked his hosts for their cordial weleom'e, and 'expressed the hope that the time would come when. King Edward and President Roose- velt would meet face to face. Prince Louis, hia staff, and a number of notabiIiH.e.s, including many prominent ladies, started by steamer for West Point on Saturday morning. Hundreds of people, among whom ladles pre- dominated, asaembLed at the pier to witness the departure of the Prince, who bowed repeatedly. He was, pelted with showers of violets. When the steamer passed down the four mile line of British and American warships each of the latter nred an admiral's salute, and thousands of British and American tars cheered. On arriving at West Point the visitors were received with all military honours.. General Mills, the superintendent, of the Academy, and th<t staff, met the visitors, who were furnished with an escort of cavalry. When the top of the hill was reached an admiral's salute was nred. The Prince reviewed the cadets and visited the building. In the course of his stay his Serene Highness witnessed a- football match between West Point and the Carlisle Indians, which re- sulted in a win for the Indians by six points to five. Prince Louis returned to New York at seven o'clock, and dined at the housa of colonel Thompson. A football match was played between a tpam from H.M. cruiser Bedford and Columbia. Uni- versity. The caval men won by four goals to one. The president of the New York Chamber of Commerce on Monday welcomed Prince Louis of Ba.tbenberg at a luncheon and reception given in his honour, at which many notabilities were pre- sent. Speaking at the lunoheojt, Prince Louis said Friendship is a mild word to express tha relations existing between Great Britain and tht United States. Since my arrival I buve had nn opportunity fully to satisfy myself on this score. One particular instance appeals to ma. At home we sing God Save the King'; here you sing 'Jod bless our Native Land,' but they are both the sau, o tune."

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IMISS DOUGrBTY INSANE.

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