AERONAUTICS: A Lost Princess

A girl was born to the fourth Earl of Mexborough and his Countess three score years and one ago. She was christened Anne, and as she grew up was familiar in London society as Lady Anne Savile. At the age of 31 she was taken to wife by Prince Ludwig Karl zu Loewenstein-Wertheim-Freudenberg, scion of South German nobility. Two years later the Princess Loewenstein-Wertheim was a widow, when the Prince fell fighting against the U. S. in Philippine skirmishes of the Spanish-American war. Not until 1912 was the Princess again heard from...

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