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TfiE SUNDAY MORfilNG EXAMINER, DECEMBER 3, 90 i r i . if THE BAD BOY PRINCE WHO SHAKES HIS FATHERS THRONE TROUBLES OF KING PETER SERVIA OF VgL remoral of it Woody dynasty v 1101 ,,lio,, lb hruU' prevaiU Diowmiew ..rtriuaw. w- conspiracy which resulted In tbe uf Alexander end Draga. King Alexander Lad not much money, i it la rue, only ame fdo.iwo a year; but ir wue better ibaa nothing, and King Peter would be tiery glad If be bad aa much. His Income at sover-eigle only gJtO.OuO a year, which la aoi a very great aum for Ae malatea-anc- e oT a royal household. Tbe people geavrally were disposed at first to give the King a cordial web come. But when it was seen bow completely be was under the influence of the eoDspirators, and the news ef hie implication In the bloody tragedy gradually spread throughout the land, popular opinion began to tarn against Mm libs want of taeL and clevorness has mad hia position still worse. On It recently on his "name-day- " be entertained some seventy officer at n banquet, and every one, wit hoot exception, belonged to tbe conspirators party. Only these officers, urn, have been honored with the royal deuoradoa of tbo Karageorgeeic mat. By thus restricting tko royal favor to the conspirators tbe King has caused much discontent. But Ills Majesty's sorest trial and worst misfortune is fbe Crown Prince, w boss future accession to the throne is viewed with positive alarm and apprehension on nil aids. Prince George bas many failings, out tbe wont Is bit ungovernable temper. Tbia has already led him into innumerable troubles some alight and soma more serious. Neither King Peter nor Major Lavasaeur, the Prince's governor, nor anybody else has the slightest influence over him. In Tain baa the King given instructions te Lavasaeur and the o (Beers of tbe household to dent severely with bis son and heir. All U of no nvail. Only the other day the Prince wank ed to ride hie bicycle round tbo poises garden. Tbo gate wae locked and the officer on duty offered to fetch tbe key. The Prince Immediately became furious, and vow lug be wonld not wait, rode madly at the gat wiihhlsturycle. He came a bad cropper and amaahed hia machine. This enraged him still more, and be struck the unoffending officer in the face who promptly returned the blow, and only the IntervraUoa of an oi her officer prevented n serious e- of The uaitoNua easas-i- ns " lately aad DM to th extent of poinlrd. They vide a mistake. Saar SSLi-jlToTthe "! toed qualities of Alena- u - ihiiiu Afram wra CUnM at toria (Tuaynm k assure of the The external relation centry ara bo belter. The Powera-Miaulwithout exception a distinctly 4tr. attitude. friendly wt yet been able lo forein court. iv Uw Ml look in ARE MULTIPLYING, King Frier baa arrange a viait to At borne and abroad fight. ft was lucky for the officer that tbe Prince did not shoot him, for revolver shooting is Prince George's favorite pastime. The walls and ceilings of bis apartment are covered with bullet marks, wblcb are perticularly numerous In tbe door leading lo the royal quarters. Th reason for this is that tbo Prince, in order to keep bio govf hrrle. 1 Xixg Peter regarded aa an ernor from coining into tbe room, tskes wlable man, but not a particularly the door for a target. rbuw one. by no meena clerer enough Just now, however, there Is no br tba eatreme'y dffllonll poxluo bo prince's governor. Major Lavasaeur, gloomy, Everybody is idlil what will be tbe outcome. Will the King abdicate, and who will ane-w- d him? The Crown Prince would Wtm wane. Perhaps Prince Mirko of Vaetenegro may be tbe next King -- mo lii IM I AS I a: Ia tit if iH UM tSA A . UAI ot to e seised tbe tuna and culled ftw help. The tens ut was discharged and given three months' wages. Prince Alexander tecen:ly left. Belgrade and enured ihe corp. of imperial pages at St. Pe:eiwhurf. and ti is said this was owing entirely io disagreements with his elder brother. They were continually quuireiitkg, and. in fact, it frequem ly came to open flghia. Prince Alexander is intellect u- -' ally far superior to the frown Prince. I and of much better eh tracer alio- get her. Although only Just past bis uigh-- j teeatb birthday, the Prmre'a adven-- i lure with ibs fair sex have already attracted attention, gome time agi a appealed at tbe Belgrade opera bouse, a certain ltaaonks tiyorgyevtis. Th lady was formerly the wife of a Servian diplomat te Bucharest, whence she eloped with n secretary attached to another legation. Ha auon tired of her. and then she went to Vienna and studied in n dramatic school, fibe waa a vivacious and found little difficulty In obtaining engagement. Kho scored e great silences In bar native city, where ah found many udmireiw. But tbo chief and most ardent uf them all waa the Crown Priucr, who became greatly enamored of her. He waa in tbe royal boat at every performance In which eh appeared. He sent her innumerable boxes of flowers, and presents of Jewel ry soou followed. King Peter determined to put e nop te hia heir's youthful folly and tbe octrees received a quiet latimstloa that her presence In Belgrade was no longer desirable. Taking tbe bint she left for Vienna. Her princely lover auou found where she lwd gone and under pretext of n hunting expedition Into tbn country be uoceeded in getiiog nway from tbo court and bit French governor, and rushed off to Vienna. Thera he continued bis attentions to tba lady, but only for a short time, as the officials of the court speedily discovered fate whereabouts and carried btm back to Belgrade. There are other stories told of the Grown Prince's love affairs, some or n most discreditable nature, but these must be received with some caution. Truth to tell, tbo Servian people ant not greatly disturbed over this phase of the heir apparent's character. Servln it sot an exceedingly moral country and many things pass almost unnoticed there which would cause the liveliest scandal la any part of the United Stele. U Is tba general disposition and chancier of Prince George and particularly bla violent temper which cause erh lively furs emong all r Is sees In Berria regarding the auccew-akto the throne. This question of th next ruler baa perhaps more than anything else led to the Increasing diaaontent everywhere apparent in the country. Even the conspirators themselves are a moss new-actres- lhat the Pawera wonki not ara comptxveiy ostractaed. AlrKnoirU On toe omasum of ihe Crown x-' of to uw lhy Prince's birthday the offioer tent right. their udatAke ley in fwiiwit sera a big hail which all tost to Powers would am tbe Dipkmatie Carp wees tavHad. The suppming 10 Ul apsr f host of toe evening, to highest effL-a- r r"novl was aueom-- in Belgrade, was General Haartlu, piUhej. The universal outcry and in-- now chief of tbe general staff, one of foreign iuu.r .P.!iro u " 1 wo-ma- a K mwKO or now e u mm r gwertlt Assarts. ity ats (w In tbe vicinity. Tbs Crown Prince's bicycle Is n particularly line Americas one, and be is Immensely proud of It. Ilo told all tbo palace servants Gut, with tbe exception of God; bla father and himself, nobody has any right even to touch it. One fine day bis younger brother, Prlne Alexander, who was ignorant of this strict ordinance, went to tbo royal stable, took the bicycle and rod over to th TopdiMsr Perk, Just outside Belgrade. Meantime the crown Prince thought bo would go tor n ride, sad bo sent bis servant for the wheel. Tbe man came beck saying that Prince Alexander had taken It. The Crown Prince flew into n violent rags, started for tbe stables and struek o P f--rr niswu ranis. imiu'b X Biratu In Vs 9 " CM lie A to-- ulsa VtMMlufvAS dignation abroad which toe brutal assassination of the King and hia Quesa Drags called forth, came as a greet eurprtee to them. They bad not fore seen anything of ihe kind. Their personal position, too, baa! baen highly uncomfortable ever since that fatal night. In all they number about eighty officers iu an army which has 2,000. They are hated and feared by all their comrade. Private eitlsens will bare nothing to do with them. 1 Ha th actual murderers of Alexander and Drags. He In sold to faeve tm the Queen with hia own band. This ball waa a lit tie too much for tbe dlplo-maiWith one consent they declined the Invitation- - all of them except the Bulgarian diplomatic agent, who waa doubt less ordered to artenu by Prince Ferdinand. Small wonder that Maa-ehl- a baa turaad gray and that hi chief colleague Is the asaaaslnailnn. Mislc. Is reporied to be leaving tba i As for bate wlie can do thaw juatlea Maattoe may he made uf the Eugenie hat, which I low of crown end wide f brim, whb lse at iho baak which fella In a sort af jabot affect. Baaealh tba brim oa the aide s hlcb prove meat there te a hunch of velvat ribbon to matidi the color of (he hat or th osteins. Many fancy jat aad rhino Btona butiena decorate them alas. Picture fcace gr worn far carriage to a certain ax tent, but the turban shape w llli te mill the Its various raiatfli-atiotiIt seams i he barter eSapted te bring out all the latent beauty in tie's fare. Plrovaa are stltl remarkable foe variety ef design. Th aheri elbow aloeve to very wall fur th house, but th empire eoato and roots of tha tailor cell gaere t require them far tha aarriagah g Fee Ibis purpose has Ihe long and muff bean made Tha arm (ten be 1 thrust Into them far enough keep them warm, though th attitude la net Tha tong glares especially graceful. alt Ihe real re amble noe they have te each at see ia at flm back baCaaen Die shnuMcrs, wblnb to wieda after tie dm af a robe de nult. Rut tha vasts are aupatb hi tha way ef ambroid ary end s Tbe sessen ia and th scene at PARIS. taring, the ether sight was star taasgleatlen. Srishe wweea.cerestely ews the third hwisse-edebt sf everiasttog grsit-M- v fsr tb sepsrb soiling he protect fir toedr sberma In th graxri ten. etfeh ia atUI unrivaled. Ha pti h M hatuatrsdas ef tented marhlR Wterdkrad arahas and Mating ebea-rten e ants n aeea not to tel kwjte awycriieie m e plea for Hm hfursf Sgquteit aarSartel telcm. Tin bain haaetise gewnad hi ww to is. sad ti wedhl at al wage ehetttag-M- f pal t thtee euharip ntnrog,twavallrs J wtM hark 1a lotaetneOee te a ainit b fth nigM at rite opera when Lento titew and Eugagle mad to aero e awe brilliant wish their imperial, but f the more advanced! veeita. altheugh emu ef th cetera are fin wear tbe dainty IMtte trwtteuae slertMsgly hcWlent, and It to the aame Suite end throe, while mass Hgldlyri wdth the breed qlaTOa; they ran from taller made, atilt have anme fixtte toweh I tagxndr te beef Meed rad, aad then at teegaaa end groea whloh to eedlp I teeete through aB the gneene. brewni aad anting In the handaomwt af thaPpruoM. Gtovea te matcW ara alee pro atraot. some Naturally, furs are I be warn with these, net the flat assets, but fun bass, f deep furs. Prathers er aratehad nark-piecend muffs ef grebe, corners nt end eider dusk. Eider duuk to etoe ward te tong bands aa beedetinga for Die white er or rare ribbed velutim which have eeme te he emulderod the hel far epara aleak aad tea avail-ta- g wrap being xtefi end xwC tee eeatlA On ail thick end earn thin atuffa ere pet hutSaws of the axeat varied aaaart- Far dha taller made robe am es nut-tort- ad oi flap-sin- hf 1 laan, : 'D Lr1"" .J41 We itv!i A Nf Hf the at Ik an rebar new j aa a trimming la. lt 11 PI1 to te "'svy s trial brocaded ribbons flat te show the fall ki JT. beauty, aed mar supple rlbbone te thted itd wrought hit teufc of tbo wide rlb-- k te. aikwV'l to make vest tract ia fur ttLherr are mad l' nmu W,,d f toiT Mud. end heavy Irish lsca a. J rKjl rd etbar pieces snd r evon mere hi Ul --I, ," "hlcb re- -. "Hal. l.are tu.y rnffi-- s 7 te-th"- eeto to lha tec- -. aside foe W. . ' " ( aboul ihe eu.dVir "to ewt ef place, leu fra Psriffeme Is net, as te walking to tq. "a .r" . 10. ' et phmiea warn addafh fl eM aotere brilUaart. Qutea a wembar of plea aroia mm W ary tug and aaaito of er ctosro etefbror aaateMknev eb-fa- iu h'i.totodto rra H. Wa o. gbJMvaw rTto oori THE Biqry mather xah baa a Mile tot to Areas tabes aa ham an tatareat In Juvenile two die as she does iu Ibahtone torhrevelf. AU mothers hk,t feel Aat their Alldrsn are well drreaed. and le that rrenlt an endlaoa areouut ef pa tie art. time aad goad last are k A a a sd Jjta Chilfon faat-i-a- ivn to Cape of 5hirred suite wp RadlweeUes. The radtngeies for maralitg wear are in tbetr wap suite etegaat. Meat of Aivw flt fu at the waist and ara ventn at ankle tength, nf very flne cloth, with watalcoat of embroidery, a touch of s valrat here aad throw and aome llug burtons of esq Mai la daxlgn. Thar Is a lovely new A a pa of apriuot colored noth, whtoh mahas a charming taller enattime, with a perfectly plain skirt and a Jong basque stropped radwatntraet at rUva la a io got end deeper shad covered wtih pal Mu aad gold embiwraery. Then (bare age a gend anas y very attraariye Mks vvlvet wftto tiny sort running WirentA. fftetaff a shot wffagt. Tinta maha charwilng ituapttob gnrona and Ssuitfalletw the prstoranea ayvai-ratl- y flWBwtag to a Inttg. Hn ging. gsacaful ikiri, w!A a almpt iraaaavun badlcw albaw aleevv and a deep yekw herb and towat, af tba flneaf Irlab caaehet amhraMarofl in sUuar and goM and eotorat sTtk nowart. R la Juat (Ma toash ef brant (ted acobsottory an firo that meane am uisch Ala asasmy tor no Rack, from tha almptest serge Is the to amat dtburu volv cemgtote without E. Br P They ran oh band work. eraAaa4liteAibJuiliiiakbiataalaaJtol star, and trhnmad wHh tor to same euallty which adds to the beauty af CATHEItiNE TAAJU1T. t"t ' In Continued on Pag Fourteen) to tba east, ltodar thorn, wham aba enW""fH"rsi1 ll'"IT0l'TireW'ffl1s' one fabric, there la tire eult la aot dressy little cap illuatrotal ware a eereaa of gllk ef aome kind, and ef shirred chiffon. Tha wadel ever title a baler. And hew those to In eld rase, wtth a ckarh skirt bolero are Irltnioed' They wweUI put sa sham tha itlfiy etnhwMvrod aoea ef at the asm a hade. Th Haas all run A vary has exists hartiem ef tits cu- tors V aliapa In Ae (rent, with tong lts! hoa robots Ms fry af tha wrap are to An farm af pauiato and aadtowtoeaj Othma agatet re at the a bags fcnenra m .Amacina as reefer, wtfb derihi bsaam ad afreet and large butlboe. tn reey tdile enetaem Crettanro was ef (bill gray Eng huh In sad. made ariib tarn bias mm at eblffan carded vehribia la lit aaaclt dbada. Tbnoadm waa dawbto brosenA oita toega black buttons and tiny pnrtc-etIt mad a vary pie slug m turns when rim bet af gray with tour artn-go- a whits titeai to s. er bwet, "h traa "ynplra,'' as applied ti "tot aewadert- - I aemewbst so w a net ad tan mean those to. the days wtwu the IJttle Cera jte aa aa the tVnn. W ere nrihac bdk a treated! mr rat th hril-j- 1 f th third amptr. rw In Srai whaa the Kmpreaa was th diuMneot tody of 'tote But a navar adapt any eld M were. They always cam with g dlffarcnce. The praeant tuhiatM. however anew a vteda Jfto tow and. whet la Mtvg give JJJ t looking tot hi the opportunity adaptations. toAaat el lane an gawiw to at not ntiraly of lac ever to Mbtee da aatoniahine- Aarons ton luntMRj war twe gowns tor Lyana .uXa. with gold and throada th to Bpab daterto kiteww. making Thoallktte ttoa heavy and thick, with fha hro-J-N Owe in ttia metal threads. The ar fem being tender nod Jtotowhla general! means fbded- -Z riaax brtlUawt tiato. Evan .? at are a papular waw WTl totem and are atiti furtkar Nut with toauntarahte spaoflhw ,toT Bet and cot or proalblo to Q old. aUvor, aeppar. to ameraiA ruby and pearl era te short, a many that aaa dra-h-e totong .sm all. and fhmr are mteh a tavtoh hawd that a h a shining ri- spptr torihee. aU s to tha apaagtsof and Holland have never sent to Belgrade and there seems no Immediate probability or lhair die lag so. Aoourdlug te all royal era quotte King peter ought long ago to have made a round of vaute at toe Bhiropean court. But be doesn't know where to begin. Vienna would be tba proper sinning plane, but the Emperor Fraud Joseph shows no lndlnsMion to receive him. Jut now Aaatrla-Huagar- r efficiaite is n Httie more civil to Berria. but it m probably due te the troubled state of the duel monarchy's ow internal affairs. Belationa with Bulgaria are very strained. Prince Ferdinand passed through Belgrade quit recently and raTawed to rawlva non high Bervtan effidala sent to tbe station to eoxiir King Peter's good wishes to the Prince. The King of Italy, Peter's own brother-in-lais Ms disinclined to injur poatdon among hie brother eovearlgun br receiving him. Ruaria is as moro-frieatly than tbe other stats, Tbe King's position In fast boom- teg tatuArabl. Them we andtes rumen of plots sgalast him. Big it1 la improbable tba say of tfama will some to auyihing. T ho Ktag war settle tbe niaUMT by abdicating iu Jhror; of, not tbe Crown Prince, but hie brother, tbe atroed eon. Prince Petti, who bee Just entered toe school for St. Petaroburg-Tbcrrf al pagaela lannotoar poaaHdlity, ho ever, that fbtrvie may go outside fiir n king, and la that event Prince of Mlrkot Second eon uf tbe Priuc Mentenegre, way bneoine tbe new ruler. J bwe is much In Prince Mir he's favor, Montenegrtea aad Her visas art realty one nr one peoptei with one eouwoa languages Prince Mirko unites te himself to two dy naetiee ef Karageorgevln and Ohraoo vie. lie is e brotitec-la-laof King Pater, set bis wife ia an Obronoelo descended through the female Non. The Prlaceas was tba daughter of a Ooleaal unustsAUnorie. who left army when King Milas abdicated. Bba is a atriklagly baiiefiil woman, isH, a lender end graonful. Tbe couple spanl six weeks in Marl an bad this swmmar, end were there daring the vlau of King Edward. Tbe Erg-He- b eowarwtsn showed marked (Avar toward the Prince and Frinoeos Mirko, torlled them to lunch and dinner, and dteed and luncfiad with them mare than once. T'boy were afc to atalton whan King Edward departed end fils last edlasa wan to the Princess. It Is seriously betiaved la welHu-terme- d circles ibat should any Power support a foreign prince for the throne of Henris that the Ben Ian nation would gladly acquiesce and support him. In order te escape from the present unteritmaie situation at boms end abroad. Prince Mirko would make an v t- Kev. 11 Britain mlulsTsra . s Parisian Modes For Early Winter nris-ti- K) Ministry of Wsr that tbe gallaat officer was induced to return to Belgrade. Incidentally, King Peter bad to make n substantial Increase in tbe Majors honorarium as well. Prince George's revolver I tbe terror ef ell bis neigh burs who have dogs or ce's. Scarcely a pet autnial la left Tkarf esohre American teller irsd Mss strips fonalst Just new to havingWteld. sf pis Id. if the suitefisAs around A terirera sddad le the bodies whsrever they seam best ptored. Bui wlierato A greatly ia braadciotb, whhb liked Just now, tastosd of Iks Aching house costumes. QVAtnnE or lnreps af rordsd mSflJ which bas i hiss trimmtng. te to a aided. Saw at the meat broutiteil ef Cloth ballons at the same stuff i at fur are -valutlna are urod. Thle velutiia vurmtii r of veil el with rotfirss of i an riii rtre. The empire res', breadriatb nulls bus cut out work tltenforroeriyandmay the untkwenedl' pogti'sr lust In Itallse design. wMi ailk at Mm atenro. ffema here medal lions r ebina which are lighter relec beneaUi. Whit and cream patotad pa'tce'to at feamus beauties, iKe. e be ultra fa Aianable inuat have breadetoth will be among the meat ms-dl- aad Aera are ef tba different ineta.i a.haw rieeia and im valisr. Therefore, effective- they are both of all Ao winter dross maderiats tad brilliant ia Act. everything thle tin vest to the rollarlese cost Is usod. d Those empire crota vary- - graaUZs. st berom a brllllaat, - x wixnx wht ?"? slt to-m- ed Ta be well daasaad te alaray to be mtgrepriatriy ol ad. It Ma aaoanttol to have a many anil In anwibro aa It la t bare them auitoMu tor swrlana orta- - stona. A (MM can imver be wnatlaaetlre la ntettar what a freshly washed frorto Its aiMerlal, sod all aoHs riteidd be fremteuC washing- mad with a vies lbla year tbs ayelat embroidery, doe entirely hr hand, to awgagtog Ae ab- teatian of airtarprielpa n.ethera, aad tba rroull. alrber an cbtoa ettg. Hr baudkerrhief Itoau r eoarea wwaeaa, te equally effactiie This te popularly a white year, sod eetel-f- s frwka a- -- alasre refre-htu- g mrel aoo- id da Inly. They are ti nontlcal, too. because tfaay wash better -v - .Cr S .1 than catered fahaca, J'' .C-. and haagiag naariy. I th knaaa. giving A flahu sffeeA The aeltor is at heavy too, aad tba bottom of Aa cope la tinMbad wim a toll rushing. Mtfk Rstll. ta tha feat vanity toe often pu.re A esprotriTA prioe which ia dangvroasly Tha high heated rixa I mad In defence at Ae retoitoB It eugbt te bra to As aaatomy at dm toot and to th tilroetlon ia wMeh Ae premure ef the tolls Upon It. Th Vm body's Wat er a ho. Aar It may not slip upon tha toot, which fcy Aa high hael to deprived direct downof He and patches ward piwnnq la made to bold with undue ftratuswa juat a bare the beck m tli faeaL Cheflug ef a dsBoat skh ia read Uy produced. Tht. though In Itself a trifle, may lead to a rarer inu-Mtba leg with abjnflamamWtm ase formative net InfrequeDtly axd A exciting caaro has base (raced ( the pettoaCa altos. Abscesses tormlng snsud aome neglected trill of this kind here amarelmea er.ded totally . Ufa have beard ef or young lady wha wfi probably be a lIMoaa cripple, aed all from wocring high heola. As frequently happens, this young lady maget her heel oa th r.i sf a car, and In aa dokig strained in! ntusnliui of kites and loga t such ah extent that ah a has bsooma balplasa Whan will vomu eta to after npoa Ae ahrloa of vanity personal gr-c- a, aamfutt end haalA? a e. a fol-b- vx The Velvet Bearf. A naval accessory to surot altir naxcaro v rivet tla or aootf cunlly I ajs eertlsftiqat stole In min- la tore. It te sarotly bMPlened af arena briqM hued retem and has Mrwsd and ambreldKtod'ande. It ret drop pwt aliMP'y round the ne.k In t.he tbadox wiinntr aa a Caleb to a coat at "f f S Y IT ' t I" '