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51 DIEGO EXPOSITION IV
REVIVE GOLDEN DAVS OF '49
! LIVE BOY SCOUTS REPRESENT THE "SPIRIT OF 1911"
SAYS WE WERE ALL SAME COLOR
ONCE, SORT OF BROWNISH-YELLOW
I ' ' 1 1 i i1 i1) itM ' il
(S'pirlal llulli'tln l'oireioiiiliiic )
HAN DIIKIO. Del. 1. To icvlto
"Tlio Daya or Old,
The l)ii)'H of Hold
And Hid Days of Kurty-NIno"
Is Hi" puipiiMil of Sinn P. Davis, of crjlliliig In
Net win. mane to (lie Panama-lull-forniu
Iiileriiatliinal Kxpoallinn cnin
i:my In n letter In which ho ;ik1h Tor
iicii-ar,)' Upon which to nil)!-. I lint a tu
p'lca of Yankee liar, l.i'cl Don, llang
luwn, Poverty I'lat, Vnlia D.im ami tln
olil-Hmo California mining camps.
Kam Davis Is imiiKht when ho It lint
iiniiii!. fnulciupnrniy of lint llurtc
anil Mark Twain, liuiiiinisl, ctcrnii
Jnnrniillsl, politician, raneliownei',
known In iry chili ami newspaper
(illlcv In llin world, In' is now liavini;
plans prepared for one of the must
npoetiiciilur "stunts" of 1 1 In lift'. Davis
pioposi'ii to have a "gulch," a K'at
"lilari'i- iHkkIii'" where a lrtlliir lo
(lie I'anaina-l'atlroriila Iniornatlutiul
Kxpo.iltlon may wash out a liltli' gold
lust of liln own, prnlili'il In- knows
liow lo operate a "locker" or a "pan."
'riu- vlulon of some of Ilic RiirvMiiK
Ari;onautii of tho 1'oitlen returning ( America.
Hie em vol liaiikn of lialf a century ago
Is Inli'iintlni; to nay tlio leant. Other
li'iitui'MM Hani propones are it ilaiicti
liall, real nlil time shimtlng-up af
frays, faro ImnkH, imilelte wheels, ov-
full blast just an It wart
In Hie 1 1 : i M when men wnHlieil for
tniieH mil of (he Kami liarx of tin;'
I'eallier ami American rivers In tlio
lay time ami spent lliein on the Inani
ties of tlic ilam'c halt ami on tlio
Kiimlillug lay-ontH of tin- Bullions at
night. A ilally slane coach Is another
feature A collection of lilstotlcnl ob
ject!) In actual use In the Tortynlno
Camp" will he another attraction.
I'ealuies of the Panama-California
liilcruntlniinl HMiosltlon are coming
In mi fast that the 4HMicr Kite will
he 111 lfl with (he most unique anil
beautiful I'xhlhltH ever arranged. Over
I.OUU.miO iilaiitn are being grown at tlio
present time for truiiHpliiulIng In the
exposition grounds, It being thu Inteli
Hun to Kite the Panama-California In
ternational Imposition thu finest hor
tlculliual display over nhown In
GERMANS TO DIG CANAL THAT
Will RIVAL BIG PANAMA DITCH
Ni:V YoltK. N. Y., Oct. IS. -Tim II lias 1 n learned from reliable nu-
Wotld sayH Hint Herman capitalists, thorlty thai the Washington govcrn-
pri'siiinabl Willi the sympathetic sc- nt last spring sent it diplomatic
crct hacking 'f Hi" tli'i'iiian govern- agent to Costa Hint I" learn how far
liient, are planning to dig it eiin.il in 11 negotiations had ailvanccd and whether
latlliiillual line from II 10 course of Hni (lermaii niglm-crlng parties had done
riipo:i river In Cosln Itlca. iVntinl liny work In the hills back of the Ha-
Ai,.,.ri,.:i. Ilnmiuli KaHnas Hay. which una river. This agent recently retiirn-
npeus on Hie gulf of Hupapagayo In the id, made his report and lias been sent
l'.i.lili. iVemi. to the coast to ciiiiiiiiiinlcato thu facts
Tli eded capital of J5.H0O.Oftn has lo 1,1m possession In I'resldcnt Taft.
In en Mibscild. Ni'KotlatlniiH wltli Hie Original American Plan.
I'.ifiii lllcaii Koviriiment have been The plan of Hie Washington govern
nulled upon by Picsldciit Jlinlni-.. It incut, when eontisiiplntlni: the Menr
Is raid no dlllleully Is expected rrom ngiiii canal route, was Hint the water
Nicaragua. course should beislii at Kan Juan del
Route is Shorter. Norte on the Atlantic Ocean, follow the
will i-ost 1111 Inllnllesl- 1 ourse of the Kan Juan river 10 nut"
''In, noc canal
mal part of Hie mini thu llnlleil Stales N'lcnragua and by canal lo llrllo on tlio
has already expended on tho Panama Pncllle Coast.
Canal II will be a shorter route, mm o The dan of Hi" llerllu syndicate
liilwiiitngtous loiniiici chilly to tramp said to be to take advantage of
ileamers' -nlul sailing vcssel'T'Mid.tlio original wiilcrwny
tolls will bo comparatively small. It
will iiecotiiiuuilut" only IIkIiI draft
ships, cruisers and torpislo boat de
1 trovers mill will be absolutely neutral
In case of wnr.
to Uike Nlcnrngun
unit then use the course of tlio upon
river to a point where the latitudinal
Hue which runs through Halloas Island,
and H'llltniH bay also bisects the Kiipon
FIRS? PHOTO OF BURGESS, WHO
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lF',rft' i'rJJjj, (iiiM '" '" ryf'H'''" """" '""" "liyDi-i-n rwa mumbu
cllnintpiv Hint while skins can endure;
nnd iiresnmably. If the present white)
race was turned 'Into a. different part
of the world for many hundreds of
years the whiteness of skin would,
gradually be lost perhaps, since th(
White man Is spreading over the worldJ
today, It would be fair to say It wlll.j
In such cases, be lost, the whlteneiSi
ever the color of primitive man In the belnc retained only In climates that
beKlnnliiK. the conditions of life durliiK have the conditions under wincn ina
the glacial period were such that unl-.race was nrst bleached. i
formlty of results must have been Intensity of light and little huinldltyi
produced. Nearly every anthropologist made Muck. Trade winds and llttlJ
l ready to admit now a common origin humidity gav the tinge of brown to
for all mankind. Where man originated .the suli-troplcal Mediterranean popl.l
Prof Lionel I.yde, who teaches eco
nomic geography In University College,
London, has attracted a deal of atten
tion recently with his remarks on the
subject of skin color. It Is Interesting
to note Just whut he really has said
on this much-discussed subject.
Prof. Lyde's theory Is that what-
Is not known very likely In Southern
Asia, possibly In Africa, certainly not
In Europe they say. Ills original color
la supposed to have been a sort of
brownish-yellow not like any of tho
colors of mankind today, and scien
tists call him. for the sake of culling
him something, a Condwana.
He lived In southern latitudes this,
they think, Is certain. Then came mi
grations and then. Prof. I.yde believes,
the variations of color began. Some
Then comes yellow, which Prof. Lyda
puts down as the result of "vast deilc-j
eating gross lands" In Intemperate lat-j
The yellow mun Is the product of tha,
grass lands with' lack of humidity and!
seasnnul extremes of temperature. The.
color it man exposes to such condition',
would naturally take would be on
which conserves heat nearly as well as
white, but which also protects from)
llaht for which combination yellowj
turned white, some turned black, omJwll!1 the ,ti r r,j, T, normal color
brown, anil some yellow, all according f thMt, f0,; r the grass lands would
to the ellmute In which they found changed t,y special local condition.!
themselves. I such as the presence of mountains or
Climatic Influences worked directly ,iroxlnty lo ,ne ,,a, Ttl0 mountain-1 ,
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iiiivi. !- ii"..i- .i.c -"'".cers or Asia aim toe maritime uonio-ri
Hans are lighter In color than thelrJF
brothers of the Inland plains.
Tq Prof. I.yde; therefore, skin color
is entirely a matter of climate. It la:
a well established phenomenon now be
cause the different portions of the hu-
Iman men llvitri vrml Ml fnp thnil'
light favored a dark skin. !,. , , n .... arM. hul th
The old theories of race are pretty jMme for,M lhat maile ro,n whlte ,nd'.
black and yellow are operating todays
slowly but surely. Men who chang(
their dwelling places will still, after'".
hundreds of generations, change also
their skins as they did In the spoch-ot)
the first migrations.
and the Intestines perform work which
In temperate zones Is thrown on the
lungs, together with the lessened light
and heat, favoring lightening of the
skin. When ho found himself In hot
ter climates the Increused activity of
the liver nnd the presence of great
COOpr.ItSTOWN, N. Y. Three of for a pliotosrapli made up lo suggest light tho Ilrlllsh In
the boys utteiiilliiK tlio national ell- "The Spirit of 17.0" tlio noicu paiiuuiK American Keyoiuuoo
cumpuicnt of the Hoy Scouts of Amer- which shows thiee
lea at Otsego lake, near this city, posed lug to the music
the war of the
The. boys enter-
well discarded, for men of the same
race, under differing conditions, would
comu to he outwardly very different.
Thus even in Africa, which everybody
thinks of us tho land of blacks, black
Is not ut all the universal color. In
the Hoiidan, where there Is great light
anil little humidity and no shade, the
men are very black. Klsewhere In
Africa, where there In forest, more
humjdlly, nnd less light', though about
equal heat, the color Is brown und even
As prlml(tve man went on his way
over the globe he adapted himself to
ftp conditions he found. Prof, Lyde
thinks that It Is light and not heat
which Is Injurious. There are In the
tropics dangerous X-IIke rays which
must be stopped, and they were stop
ped by the darkening of the skin. Since
lack of moisture, also, tends to give a
tawny color, It Is found that In rainy
countries the people are fairer than In
places where there are long and fre
The race, then, that found n home In
gi Derations marcii-'cii Willi eiituusiasm inio
of life and drum toj mil,"
SAYS JAPAN HAS DESIGNS NOT
ON AUSTRALIA BUT
"The Spirit of moderate and damp climates turned
whiter and whiter. It Is unly In audi
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LONDON, ling. William llurgess.
Hie Yorkshlicitian who swam across the
llimllsh Cluinnel, has Issued a state
ment lo Hie effect Hint for r,U,00(l lie
will swim ucrosH the Kugllsli Channel
nnd return, llurgess crossed the chan
nel on Ills Hlxtceiilli atlempt. be liavllu!
Ilrsl eHsayed Hie task In MO I. Har
ness staifed from' Hmitll Korelnan, Do-M-r.
Ilfleeii iiilliuleH past 11 o'clock III
the iiiiirnlliK II" landed ill Ui Cralele,
a little village two miles east of Cape
ilrls Nez, al ten minutes before 10
o'clock thu iiuxt morning, accomplish
ing tlio passage In '.':' hours 35 minutes.
A inolorboat uccompnnlcd tie swlin
incr. and It Is estimated Unit xr. Ilur-
gess, owing lo the zigzag course lie was
i ipellcd to take becnuse of baffling
tides, covered sixty miles. Tor tlio trip
across the channel llurgess was well
greased. He wore a pair of goggles
and a rubber gatlilng cap. A party of
eleven accninpaiiled him In the niolor-
boat. Alter binding safely llurgess,
uieiitlv exhausted, was put to bed, and
his aged uudlier kilt by tint bedside for sources."
many hours to curu for him. "I don't think so,
Captain II. W. Cleggs of the Ibiyal
Irish Hussars, who Is on a globe-trot-ting
expedition, arrived Jn Sydney by
Hie Japanese mail steanter Yuwata
.Mam, und put up lit the Hotel JU'tio
pole. The cnplaln went direct from Julian,
where he had been spending tlio last
six weeks In the Waltonlan pastime, of
which bu Is an ardent devotee.
Tor tho man who desires river fish
ing." said Capt. Cleggs, "Japan Is an
utter absurdity, but the sen llshlng to
i... nliiulneil round the north Island is
Japan Is n very clean mid orderly
country, In direct contrast to i tuna,
which is as' bad us or even worse than
India, and Hint Is altogether beyond de
scription. The citiiM of Julian urn
scrupulously tidy und sweet-sinelllng,
while III those of China the rcfusu In
tho streets Is simply iiiiiiinlaluous, nlul
tlio odors might possibly be cut With
u very heavy axe, provided it were
slightly sharper than a razor and
wielded by a man with tlio combined
strength of Samson ami Hercules; olh-
erwifo I don't think there'll no mucn
hofiif of making an Impression on them.
mo Japanese iiicinseives n .-
. . ... i i.. .....i a..
oils nml goOH-llllllireil pruinc, en
ail they can In make Hie visitor to
their picturesque nnd romantic country
"What uru political conditions like?"
'".Very mixed almost hopelessly mud-
illAl, Onti government has Just gonu
nut nnd another In, nnd In all essentials
lliey'rn about on n par futile!"
Willi regard lo opinions on national
potentialities ('apt. Cleggs was, prnb
ably on account of Ids military Conner
Hon, very reticent.
"Do you think that tho Jnpancsa nro
Innately n lighting nation?"
"Well, they have shown thai."
"I tut It Is said by many people that
It was u mere Hash III Hi" pail, engin
eered nnd suppressed from other
veil aiitl carried through tho war
Willi Itnssla uiiulili'dr-and. what's more,
I think Hiey could do It ugatn If the.)'
'Don't you think Australia has rea
sonable ground to regard them us a
possible enemy III Hilt future?"
The captain laughed, but said noth
What Is the general feeling In Ja
pan regarding Australia?"
"They laugh nt the Idea of a war be
tween Hut two countries, nnd ridicule
Hut general statement of Australians
that Julian has designs on Australia.'
"What do you Ihliik from what you
hnve seen of them?"
I don't know" und tho captain
paused: then be added, thoughtfully,
"but I think Hie Philippines would suit
tin-in better I can't say any more!"
mLTUfMLrW ITIiaJ Jaw Uaifaafcrif
' .V 11
rim adjourned mid regular iiuirter-
ly ineetlngs of the stockholders of the
I'uloii 1'eeil Coiiipany, Llinlted, will be
held at the olllce of tho company oil
Tuesday, October 31, 11)11, ut 10
o'clock a. in.
C. J. TALK,
Secretary, I'nlon Kccd Co., Ltd
I think they con-
On and ufler October 2, 1911. and
until further notice, the Hernlce P.
Illsbop Museum will I'll open to the
public from 10 a. in. to 4 p. m. dully
except Sundays, Wednesdays and the
four yearly holidays Decoration Day,
Independence Day. Thanksgiving Day
and Christmas Day. No permits to
visit llio museum will be Issued to
passengers on through steamers on
Wednesdays ns formerly.
I1V OltlJl'Ut OK THU TIiUSTEKS.
September i, 1911. to:q.;m
This pure;,;evaporated Milk is the most
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satisfactory in every way for kitchen
and table. use. It keeps indefinitely.
It is full of nutrition and butter fat n4
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