Apropos of the death of the Prince of Orange, the French and Germán papers are fllled with anecdotes regarding the late Crown Prince of Holland. The Prince was in one of his usual money difflculties, and called on one of the great money princes in Paris to explain his situation. The banker, who was used to his visits and always knew what they meant, did not stop to ask any questions, but simply guessed "How much 't" The Prince menüoned the sum needed and received a check. 'Now I must give you a note," observed the Prince. "Not unless your Highness wishes it." "Oh, yes, I must. When shall it be payable?" "Oh, suit yourself, your Highness. As f ar as I am concerned, you may niake it fall due on the day of judgment." "I am afraid that that cairnot be arranged," replied the Prince with the utmost gravity. "1 have so much to meet it that day that I do not see how I can settle with you. Suppose we mak one the day at'ter Y'