Foreign News: Kaiser Referendum

A sharp rattle of handclaps and a booming salute of "hoch! hoch! HOCH!" greeted Prince August Wilhelm, fourth son of Wilhelm II, last week, when he entered a Berlin auditorium into which 5,000 rabid Monarchists had jammed with intent to demonstrate.

Soon fiery Count Kuno von Westarp, leader of the second largest political party in the land, Die Deutschnationale Volkspartei introduced a still more rabid Monarchist, Col. von Struense, who proceeded to utter things which Count von Westarp, because of his political status, dare not say. Bristling and bellicose, Col. von Struense roared: "A turning point in German history has arrived—this evening...

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