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OUR EUROPEAN LETTER
Antiquity of Lake Nyanza-Prince Jaime
of Spain-Princess Victoria Louise
Shocks Homburg Society
Japanese Bazaar Fort Streejt
LONDON, Juno S. Ur. Kallx uswnld,
export on gcoloRy and Probalo Resist
or of Nottingham, who was sent to
DritJsh lCast Africa by tho British
MiiRciitn, reports that ho lira'' found
conchiBlve evidence that tho great lake
of Victoria Nyanza has been In exist
ence since the Miocene Age a matter
of 11,000,000 years or so. The lake Is
of vr.st extent and lies at an nltltudo
of 1000 feet, In a mountalndus region
of the equator. In places It Is of vast
depth, tho' bottom probably being be
low tea level.
Dr. Oswald found burled on the east
ern shore of the lake parts of a num
ber of preh'iitorlc mammals, Including
the jawbone and teeth of a dlnothe
rlum of tho Tertiary Era, and some
bones of aceratherlum and anthratlie
rlum, the ancient types of rhinoceros
They were all found close to the
mouth of the Kujt or Kuya Hlvcr.
Other traces of fossils were uneartheti
at point."? five and fifteen miles distant,
in what appeared to be tho tamo gully.
The investigations were started
close to Karungu, in what is apparent
ly the delta of an old river which
formerly ran Into tho lake at that1
point. At tho top of si 1 was a cliff.
of basalt, and below that was the slop
ing bed of tho delta. The top of this
bed was the ordinary black cotton
soil of tho district, and Immediately
below that were the ordinary eocust
rum beds' tho top one of gray clay,
the second' ono of red clay and white
sandstone, and the third one of buff
sandstone 'nnd gravel. "
In each bed were fresh water cells,
but there were very few fossils in tho
top bed. There were a fair number
in the second bed, but the rich finds
were in the third bed.
Our trip," .-sayg. Dr. Oswald, "cstr.b
ishes the great age of tho high lake,
the Victoria Nyanza, for it is evident
from the position of the old delta that
the river of which It is the relic, most
probably the old course of the present
day Kuji, was running thee into the
Strange to say, the Intendoly hot air
was stimulating to tho .norvos. I
dnink a gullon of milk a day."
NEVER COULD BE KING.
MADRID, Spain, June S. Prince
Jaime, the second son of King Alton
io, who was Bent to a private hospital
In Switzerland to bo treated for deaf
tiros by an eminent aurlst, has return
ed from Frlbourg very slightly Improv
ed. , He can- hear the sound of the iP,,n i.a nri,D-
w.. ' i " ' " O
mw any MtnHtntlmrr tvtMt ikwthl
An matter turn! at tli prment mo
ment the throne of Hmln wowld, aftar
Alfonso XIII. and lilt ttott and hair,
Alfnitto XIV., twaa on mora Into
n onmn' Imuda, and Prlncots Boat
rice, three years old now, could be
Queen of Spain. She la n lovjly iftiTo
huh. with curly locks, niio" W tidlt
her mother's dnuahtorT- Kvory onh In
the imlace dotes upon her.
Hut tho Prince of Asturlns is
M'lendld boy, and "Ood save the future
PRINCESS SHOCKS HOMBURG.
RERUN, Juno 8. Prlncos Victoria
Louise has been astonishing the u&'
tives of Homburg, the famous Ithenlsh
watorlng-place, by nppearlng on the
promenade in a Corfu peasant girl's
costume she bought during her stay
at her Imperlnl father' Castle Achil-
Bllver trumpet given him on his ar
rival by his elder brother, the Prince
of Asturlns, but he is still unable to
speak and, unhappily, it seems more
Princess Victoria Inhorlts Emperor
William's liking for what the sarcastic
Merlin press used to call "mummery."
As a child she once staggered the
than probable that he never will do guegts llt a c01rt gnrdcn ar,y by np.
The King and the Queen took him
for a drive a few days ago through) deavoring. to perform some feats for
pearing In a liome-mnde Imitation of
a circus nerformer's costume and" en-
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lake at least as.faibak.as the Lower
Miocene period:''" . . 'V -According
to tlie British Museum
experts tlje discovery of the vast ago
of -Victoria Nyanza throws an entirely
new light on the problem of human
nntimiitv. One consenuenco Is that
civilization In Egypt may have to lie
cimmed as probably having existed
from 50,000 to 500,000 years ago or
even longer. For, they say, if Victoria
Nyanza is 3,000,000 years old, tho river
Nile, of which it is the source, is
not on'y of practically equal age, but
has in all that almost Inconceivably
long period (lowed in its present courso
of over 3400 miles from the equator
to the Mediterranean.
That means, according to the mus
eum scientist that the Valley of the
Nile in Egypt has remained: for more
than 1.000,000 years In virtually its
pro.icnt physical state, with conditions
the streets and tho royal party was
most cordlal'y greeted by the people,
who have profound sympathy for the
prince in his affliction.
On Wednesday it became necessary
to operate upon Prince Jaime for an
abscess in one ear, nnd the operation
was performed by Prpf. Moore of Bor
deaux, France, to whom King Alfonso
has been several times for throat treat
ment. Prince Alionso of course Is a Span
Vh soldier and is attached to the First
Keglnient of the Lino, but alas! he
has outgrown his uniform.
lie Is such a big boy, fair with blue
eyes,, but -lie has something of his
Bourbon- ancestors' protruding lip. He
is very clever, though indolent aud
somewhat quick tempered. Yet he Is
very kind to animals, and treats all
Inferiors with exquisite politeness.
Upbringing of the Royal Children,
Tho royal children of Spain aro
brought up very s,lmpjy. They have
their apartments in a sort of entresol
that is over the privato apartments of
the King and Queen. In fact. Their
Majesties can hear early In the mo.n
ing the patter of tiny feet overhead
that tells them It !. time to get up,
because the chi'.drcn will soon come
down and want their morning romp.
The apartments of l.be ' royal chil
dren are very English, fyit quite pret
ty. One would think, looking at tho
small windows from outside the palace,
that they could not be healthful, but
once inside one finds plenty of air,
there being three windows or even
four for each room, with ventilators
above and below the windows.
Tlir, iilnvrnnin nr stllllv fa nil wllltO
J with cupbonihs everywhere fu I of
toys and children's books, simple furni
ture and a pretty frieze whereon the
children can follow "The House that
Jack Huilt" and "Who Killed Cocl
Robin?" in white tiles. A bright Are
burns in the crate all winter. The
Queen allows no other means of warm
ing her children's rooms.
The night, nursery reminds mo of
mine (when a little girl) and I fancy
the Ang o-Spanisb Queen lira built her
babies' nest just in the same way as
the mothers in old England did. There-
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. . rntnmtlnn nnd! jhxi iiitnilnwa finltn linilrailC.d
as ravorawe io numau wn-ii..it nu iuc unci. -
human civilization a mil Ion years ago.i00iinE out into the beautiful garu'ens
as thov were 12.000 years ago, at what Tncre the clothes of tho baby hang
.. . ... f l.(rvMnln hlfl. ' nnnu Urn in irpf nlllte llrV
is ca'ieu uit' uuwn ui tj i wtjiuit' i-t uiiw. o-- -
tory. And, inasmuch as tue g)piwu
culture of 1 2,000 years ago .
pronounced as it is today, there is no:
way of limiting, by inference, tlie ac
tual extent of its antiquity.
In the course of the ages the l,ke
of Victoria Nyanza may nave iuuu
somewhat in level, witli a correspond
ing fall in the level of the Nl'o in
Egypt, so that In prehistoric times tho
peoplo lived further back inland; so it
is further inland that their monuments
. i. &
and other remains are to lie sougiu.
In tlie ease of most of the great lakes
of tho world for example, Lake Michi
gan, In North America, nnd Lake Bai
kal, in Asln marine forms of life or
rolirs of such have been found, prov
tug that these lakes once had connec
tion with the sea. Such a connection
imn les a very great change from pres
ent phy ileal conditions. Tlie Ice Age,
too. is supposed to have broken tho
continuity of life.
Therefore the discoveries of Dr. Os
wald r.s to the everlasting condition
of Lake Victoria Nyanza are, it Is
said at the museum, of the utmost
significance In indicating the peculiar
conditions in tho Nile Valley In Egypt
favorable to tho development, far
hack in tho dim past, of human civiliz
ation, there to Nourish unaffected by
geosrsphlc or climatic changes.
"The heat where we worked," says
Dr. Oswald, "was torrlllc. Tsotse-llles
abounded, and I have seen the midgets
come over the lake in a cloud that
obscured tho sun to a du'l yellow
tlngo, and tho noise of their humming
as they passed sounded like the lower
C note on a pipe organ. Flying crick
ets as largo as sparrows were common.
There were ants three-quarters of an
Inch long. But what oppressed mo
most was the droadful lonellnoBf
which the costume was not quite
Tho Emporor used to bring down the
wrath of his loyal subjects nbout once
a year by "play-acting" somewhere or
other. He rode Into the famous ruins
of the HohkocnIg8berg in the upper
Rhine Valley in the costume of a gene
ral of the Thirty Year's War and nil
Ms suite were compiled to dress in
similar fashion. When he wanted to
reptnt the performance and ride into
!-.e model Roman ci-mpon the Saal-bui-K
near Homburg nsta.jft)uian gene
ral at th bead of a properfy'c'iiUiiped
liomnn legfon there '.wnsj Ji-'-Stcrfn .of
rage in the press, wlilcli said that
Gorman soldiers are not to be Em
ployed' for "mumming," so the Em
peror had n surrender K.'s project.
It was after that episode that some
one 'Uoviscil tno now pro.-e'uiai
phrase: '. "The Kaiser always wants to
be the baby at a christening nnd the
corpse at a funeral!"
Society is amused U Nancy Leish-
matin's latest r,ucutui fane is .i
splendid skater and her exquisite Paris
skating costume alt-aited quite as
ing tho recent exhibition. Since
the Ice ring closed she has gone
in for roller skating f.nd, like many!
Berlin enthusiasts, takoi advantage ofi
the superb asphait'paveincn's for prac
The other afternoon while she was
cutting figure eights on the sl&ewalk
in ffbnt of tlie embrssy her pather pre
sides ever, and bo'o an a iniirU.g
crowd of Welshman lackeys and other
F.i'urintors. Pi luce Gorge of Greece
with i"Other officer fro n Potsdam nr
veil i:uon the scene in an automobile
to c.i I) at the embassy. For a moment
the Prince looked sightly shockeJ,
then smilingly complimented the skat
er on her skill.
Mr. and Mrs. Putnian driswold ar
rived In Berlin on Tuesday. They aro
at the Adlon Hotel, which during the
summer will be the chief rendezvous
for visiting American artists.
To encourage Am?rlcau sport, in Her
l'n Ambassador Leisb r.an.i has accept
eo.' the t.:-airmansli p o: a committee
which is t rranging i. ba-eball game to
be played toward the last of this
month between nines drawn from the
colony and the medical students.
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Prince Jaime lias ills own also there
In a corner.' Dear ltttlo princo! Horn
deaf, of coune he is dumb, but he is
the prettiest and the brightest of tho
King's chi dren, and 'pcrhar.i With
modern treatment ho may yet talk,
even if his hearing is bad.
This is the great sorrow of the
Queen of Spain's life. She often has
a sari look on her face that we used
to attribute to thut awful Anarchist
bomb thrown on her bridal carriage on
her wedding day when both the King
and herself miraculously escaped and
over fifty of her new royal subjects
A year later tho Princo of Asturlasi
was born nnd he is a healthy, bright;
boy, full of lire and health. Another
year '.iter canio Prince Jaime, so
clever that ho can read on every Up
the miration, and make himself un
derstood with the beautiful, expressive
eves one often tees In dumb animals.
At first ho was supposed to be entirely ,
normal but he coulu' never articulate,
never started at u sound, though be
was almost too (piick in understanding
what his nurses wanted of him. Hy
and by his parents consulted great
doctors and discovered that he had
one of tho sad traits of the Hourbons
born deaf and con.so(piontly aumn.
Of course the spoclalUtB hope event
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lli b lncnnacltated to take the pinto
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