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A pretty lvo Btory coiiioh from tlio
Austrian court. Princess ElUnlioth of
Ihtvarla hits refused to nlmro the Aus
trlim tlinino by rejecting her second
cousin, Archduke KnrI Ludwlg. TIio
emperor fnvored tho mutch, but tlio
princess Insists upon marrying tlio ninn
of her cliolco, Otto Beofrled, 11 ImnilHoniu
young German lieutenant. Tlio court,
ship began inoro tlinn u your ago In
Munich, when tlio princess wan 10 ycarB
old. Tho officer rode punt her wlndowa
twice n day. Then ho obtained 11 room
with wlndowB fnolng Prince Loltpold's
pnlnco. In winter, nt the court balls,
tho llouteniint duncod oftonor tlmn liny
other ninn with the princes, mid In tho
spring lawn tonnU brought them more
Suddenly tho officer was trunsf erred
to 11 regiment In Alsace, but in tho sum
mer, when Prlnceiw Elisabeth vIbUoiI
Emperor Fraiu Josef, her Krnndfnthor
nt IbcIiI, bIio Ib BUpiKwed to have lined
hor tltiio bo well that the tJmporor prom.
lpd to mnko Otto a prince, give him
lundod property ami allow tho couplo to
marry It their lovo wbb proof against
time. Tho princess Is pretty, perfectly
natural and very Bwoet tompered. She
was 20 yours oftl January 8.
A Now York paper Iibb ro-
colvod from a Ilorlln corres
pondent extracts from a diary of
tlio princess, which wbb privately printed
in Munich on Docomber 28, Her mom.
oranda refer ring to her lovo Btory
date back In tho year 1888, when sho
was scarcely 14 years old. In the light
ot tho published pages of tho diary tho
lovo affair botweon Elizabeth and hor
baron waa ono ot "first sight."
Hero follow the most interesting ex.
"MujtciiKN. January 8, 1888.
"Wo woro very happy today; voryl I
could not sloop last night, and lay awako
thinking if, in tho morning, I would not
bo quite a different person. It is rather
comical to reflect that yestorday I wbb
but 1.1, a tnoro child, while today I am a
lady, 14 years old, and becoming oldor
everyday. It all came about so sud
denly. "What pleased mo most waa tho letter
which his majesty, my dear grandpapa
tent mo from Vienna. Ho la such a
.dear old man. Slater Augusta is right
when she says, 'Tho Hapeburgors aro all
'You are now a little lady,' my grand,
father wrote. 80 1 am. I -put on my
first long drew today. Yes, a dress with
a long train to It. I never guessed that
such a thing could make one so happy.
Augusta was very jealous of me. Sho
will hav to wait for such good luck for
an entire year,
"I am now to entor tho dancing
school, where I will meet real gentle
men, though they aro only pages and ca
dets. The grand mistress ot ceremony
tells me that I must treat them In a
haughty manner,' 'full of superiority,'
she atyled tt. This morning when they
came to congratulate me I tried to fol
low her advice. Only once did I lose my
composure, when young Soefricd made
his bow to me, Ah, such eyes as he
possesses! If I had had my will I would
have fallen upon his neck. They say
that can never be. Well, I must con
tent myself with embracing my dear
grandfather in my dreams. Ah, I wish
he were here."
February 14, 1888.
"I have been dancing last night with
real gentlemen, though none ot them
had a mustache. They were all young
men, ordered to come to the castle by
ute master of the pages. 'Ordered,' that
doesn't sound nicely. I can't imagine
that anybody likes to do a thing when
he k ordered1 to do so. I would be too
"They are all talking about me and
young Seetried. They are making tun
ot us ot me, at least. It Ib annoying,
especially when I may truthfully say
but rather, I will not say it. I really
would like to know why Augusta thinks
that Otto but I shouldn't call him by
his first namo. It makes me angry that
I give way so often., Thoy must Btop
"I know what I will do. I will tell
"Fobruary 15, 1888.
"I thought better of it. No, I will
not complain on Otto'a account. Poor
young fellow, ho would becomo the vie
tlm of my intrigues. They would sond
him away to another cadot school, whoro
he would never have an opportunity to
appear at court, and that would be too
bad. lie is indeed the only one ot the
young men with whom I like to talk. It
is much better that I suffer -by my sis
ter's chaff than he. No, I wont' think
ot complaining to papa."
"March 10, 1868.
"I wonder what his majesty, my dear
grandfather at Vienna, would say if he
knew there was somebody in the world
whom I love as much as himself. If
anybody could tell me such a thing
could happen a year ago I would have
laughed at the very thought. But no
body shall know it, not even guess It,
and I will not tell Augusta, either, be
fore whom I have no secrets whatever."
"March 30, 1888.
"Ah, this W infamous, this valentine,
fittwiag me sitttag in an open barrel,
whMiisbeUfl earriedup the moun-
talus. It Is n mniiilllo 011 Otto's second
naiiie-llutleiilioliii (translation, Hairel
homo). I luito cried u good deal over
this cruel Joko, iir they call It. Ah, why
niu 1 11 princess? I am forbidden eten
to look at a num.
"Hut, really, If they knew how much
I lovo him, they would not bo so cruel.''
"Mu.f iuii, Fobruary 111, IBM.
"It is now live years that I have not
pcoii Otto, but did .1 forgot him? No,
no, And ho has becomo 11 man mean
while. It struck mo iih very comical
when I had to give orders that ho be
formally Introduced to me. Yes I am
it royal highness, and I niUHt 'order' peo
ple nliout. It Is my duty as noil iir my
prerogative. And while all this cere
mony was being enacted 1 trembled In
wnnlly. I felt as if 1 wiib going to cry,
"A wondrous feeling overcame jno
when I saw him appear beforo mo- him
whom I thought lost, (lod Ih good to
"How it frlghtenod moswhon wo met,
without announcement whatover! Ho
looked at me long and with much
emotion. And when I read in his true
oyeH that which I had expected to find
tlioro I felt ho happy. And an I mulled
ujkjii him his face assumed an earnest
look. Ho seemed to be manlier then,
inoro perfect, almost iih If ( had offended
"Who told him to rail In Jove with u
princess? Ah, I wish I wero entirely
suro that ho wbb in lovo with met
"Tho fact thatlio Ib living oppoHltothu
palaco and that his windows look into
those ot my boudoir Ih nlmost too good
to believe. It reminds ono ot tho stories
in tho children's picture books, Hut In
tho books It would bo written that tho
loor lloutonant, who dared to live oppo
sito a princess and dared to correspond
with hor by way of his eyes across tho
street, must dio. Fin do sioclo lovo af
fairs aro much nicer.
"If I had ever remembered how ho
had squoozod my hand, how ho looked
at mo, ho asked. IIo had worn the rib
bon which he stole from my breast du
ring tho danco on hia heart ever since.
Hut then wo woro children.
"What a conversation to entor into for
a princess! Should a royal highness act
in such manner? I daro only ask nno
human being that question, my dear
"(After the court ball), Juno.lKK).
"Long livo damo itlquottol I am
much pleasod with hor. How astonished
the master ot ceremony looked when I
ordorod him to 'order Lloutonant Otto
von Seetried to dance with me.' And
then I ordorod Otto again, and again did
I order him to attend me. And all
around ua I felt that thoy wero oyoing
us and talking about us. Somo of them
probably remembered that her royal
highness, Princess Elizabeth, tlvo years
ago was desperately in lovo with a Jlttlo
page, Otto von Soofried. But wo woro
talking and laughing, and as wo waltzed
through tho room I myself, and I bo
lievo, ho, too, forgot momentarily tho
difference in our rank and station. I
ordered him again to attond mo, but I
did not order hint to lovo mo. Thero
was no necessity for that.
"If I was tho poorest woman in Ba
varia I could not bo more unhappy than
now, when I am confronted with unlim
ited happiness, when I fool thy lovo,
Otto. Oh, Otto, why am 1 not allowed
to love thee?
"I cannot sleep, for I seo no way to
save us. Why is it a crimo for a rovul
princess to lovo a poor nobleman? Why
should we not be allowed to marry?
"My dear grandfather, I ask theo for
advice. Thou hast seen many sorrows
In late years, and thy -heart is good. I
will throw mysolf at thy feet, and lam
sure thou wilt help mo."
As already announced by cable, tho
princess cut the Gordian knot by run
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emperor, Franz JoBof, accepted tho Ine
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tho necessary whorowithal to livo on.
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