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DIES OF BORUP
AND HIS FRIEND
Peary's Companion In Polar
Dash Was Drowned Yester
day from Canoe.
'Heady for a new trip.
Explorer and Case Were to
Have Gone to Crocker
mCSCBNT BEACH. Conn.. April It.
-Th bodies of Osorgs Borup of Nw
Tor end Samuel Cm or Norwich,
Tale sraduat student, who war
rowood In the Bound by th capelslni
Uf thalr sower eano, war reoovered
to-aar. Thy wr found near
where thr wnt down and an alrhth
ef eUs waat of Millstone dock.
Both bodlaa ware ctufht in trawl.
Vhar wara removed to tha horn of
T. CrlttMdaa wbar they will b
kald until prepared to be eent to their
Boevp and Oaaa war botb graduate
f Tala University. Caae. whose homo
era la Norwich, had a summer plaos
kara and Bo rap oam up from New
J-ondon to look M orer with th owner
ad got It ready for the season. They
wtartad for Now London. which la six
Has from here, early yesterday In a
sowsr oa nee. It was noticed that they
look a oourae very tar out In the Sound.
Harry Gardner, th owner of the
Btiliston ejuarrl, aasr them oomlnsr in
Beaut I o'otock yesterday afternoon.
Tb wind was ktoklng up whltacap
aaa th oanoa waa having a rough time
WAN WA OONE WHEN HE
When Gardner looked again ha saw
that tha canoe had overturned. Bs at
no ran to th beach and started to
the raacua in his own power boat, a
substantial or ft. As ha approached
th canoe he gaw on man clinging to
it but he could not tall waloh of the
two It was.
Whan Gardner reached th overturn
ed boat there wara a cap and coat
floating In tha water but there waa no
sign of either man. When the news
of the accident waa brought ashore
d telephoned hers, boats put out to
all the Islsnds and rooky reef points
vhlch dot the Hound
n Shi ay pmi ths
HhsfflHd Scientific School of Tala and
BBS taking a post gradual, course In
"s.nroring ana geodetic work. He
iivpeai 10 go on ths Uorup-MaoMHUvn
. xped.'tion which was to start this
u mm or for a ttire year's campaign
R exploration of Crooker Land. Tie
cntorprl was flnancsd by Colgate Col
lege, Tale University, ths American
Museum of Natural Hlgtary and taany
individual and had ths approval and
advice of AdmlraJ Peary, who com
panion Boras had been oa the way
iv uny soie in law.
BOflUr STORY OF THE DABH
fleer g Borup's account of tha Peary
espadition, written in th merry slang
B a rsosntly graduated ooHssm boy.
sad eensaOon. He wrote rt as he
would have told It to a gathering of
tony or Are dasametee m front of a
Bra. He told of training Baqukno gh-ls
ss a pewy sextsns to eativsn tha
long wast kt tSjs grotto nrght: of ath-
atts Bamss hold on Ohristmea over
track laid across tha lea and marked
at with lantern one of tha prlncal
psshirss being a mo for mothers, with
fhelr neoks in
waa the photographer of tb
and dlatlngxdahed hrmaelf by
gutok trip wig oh b mad back to
tosaslauartsra for alcohol and on Just be
BOB Baary Ust dash to tb Pol.
St waa to Borup that Or. Cook's Bs
II anas n mad ths first statament that
f)r. Cook had lied about his reported dis
covery of th Pol. Borup had learned
to apeak- th Ihvpilmau language fluent
Tha sapillTlnii oa which h was to
start ta Juna was planned during th
MP by Borup ana uorvaid a.
Ulan, another aids of Peary.
Borup was born at Oaautlag, N. Y., In
ME Ha was th son of an army officer.
for college at Grot an, the
boys' school Just outside of
MAY ABANDON TRIP
THAT BORUP WAS
TO HAVE HEADED
Borup's dsath will probably result In
the abandonment of the expedition to
Crocker Land. In th Arctic, at least
for this year. Dr. A. 1 Hovy. ohlef
geologist of the American Museum,
would not admit to-dry that th expe
dition would be abandoned, but from
other sources It wss lesrnd the work
woul.l m- Indefinitely postponed.
'I i la too foon to make any announce
ment about our plans," Dr. Ilovey said.
"There la nothing to be ald untH th
matter haa been considered by ths dl
raetort." The rxpeilltlon to Crocker Land was
planned under the Joint susplces of the
museum and the American GeographlcsJ
BuMety. but the detail of preparation was
loft to Dr. Hovey's department and
young Borup. Borup waa ths real pro
motor of the sxpedltlon, which was to
havo added a vast amount of valuable
geological data to that already known
about the Arctic lands. Crooker Land
was to havo been carefully explored and
surveyed and Its geological status firmly
Rorun's dsath was a great Mow to Dr.
Ilovey and his assoclatss In ths geologi
cal department of the museum. Borup
Bad served there In the capacity of as
sistant curator Of geology before return
ing to Yale for his apodal course, and
hs .was held in universal esteem. While
already a capable geologist It was
through Dr. Hovey's advice that the
young eaplorer returned to Yale for ad
ditional study, to tb and that h might
kaaogep gas of she raoogniasd masters
it BM trnc f natural boMbo.
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HUSBAND NOT IN HER WILL,
HOME FOR "FRIEND" GIVEN
Barringer Can't Explain Oversight;
Says They Were "Greatest
Th will of -Mrs. Katherlns las Itar
tinier, who died recently at Deal
Beach, N. J., was filed for probate
here to-day. No mention was made In
the will of Wal""- M. iiarrlnger, a
wealthy stock and sialn broker, hus
band of ths testatrix. The estate. It
is said, amounts to about 150,000. In
cluding real estste valued at 136.000.
To bar sister, Mrs. Julia ii. inaacke
of No, lit Harrison avenue, Jersey
City, Mrs. Barringer left her town
house. No. I West Eighty-third street,
and after remembering her uncles and
her couatn, she made Mrs. Luclle C.
Oorman of No. 6 West Eighty-third
stret, residuary legatee, to have the
Deal Beach property, with the under
standing she would maintain a home
for Edwin C. Well, of No. m Madison
avenue, to whom Mrs. Uarrlnger .re
ferred as "my friend."
Mrs. Darrlnger's husband, who lives
at the Holland Hmise, oould give no
reason why he should not have been
mentioned In the will.
"There was absolutely no trouble be
tween my wife and myself," ha aatd.
"We had been married only five
months when shs died. We were the
greatsst sweethearts, and I can only
thnk that she looked at the matter In
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UGH! NOT CALOMEL OIL OR SALTS,
BUT DELICIOUS "SYRUP OF FIGS."
Give your stomach, liver and SO feet of bowels a thorough
cleansing without ripe or nausea. Ends headache,
biliousness, indigestion and constipation.
This wonderful fruit laxative acts as
a liver anil bowel cleanser tonic not
as an irritant. Its action is natural and
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If yuur stomach is sour and filled with
vile gasi.'s, your head aches, or you arc
bilious, nervous, diizy, half sick, your
tongue coated, your thirty feet of boweU
clogged with waste not properly carried
off don't wait. Surely take a teuspoon
ful of delicious Syrup of Figs to-night,
and in the morning all constipated waste,
sour bile, gases and poisons will move on
sad out of th system, gently but thor
, oBghly no griping no nausea no
FREE AT LAST, TELL
One Knocked Unconscious,
Fell Off Sinking Ship and
WOMEN WERE ALL BRAVE
Grade and Andrews Praised as
Real Heroes Cowardice
in One Lifeboat.
by Tb Prew, PasHaMos Oa.
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Bnatfal rteld. rimmMm to Tbt CnniM WorM
new Tors worn. )
PLYMOUTH. Eng.. April -Tha
members of th Tttanlo'e orew, released
after being held several days Sin OS their
antral, are to-day totting their stories,
which largely corroborate those already
told by other survivors In New Tork.
One of th queerest stories of escape
Is told by a coal trimmer.
ttm declared as hs waa standing by
on of th boats some one, whom he did
not know, struck Mm a heavy blow on
th Jiaad with an Iron bar. Hs did not
know whsther the How waa Intentional
,r accidental, hut he waa felled by It.
and knew nothing more until he came to
his sen on th Carpathla. H had
since learned the blow had knocked him
clean over tha side of the Titanic, and
that he fall near a boat and waa
fuaman MoOouah la emphatic In the
statement that be saw tha lights of a
aaal not more than fly mues away.
"I saw them distinctly." he said. 'The
...r were tow on the horlxon, but I
don't think I could mistake them for
rhe lights of a ship."
ENGINEER, INJURED, LEFT TO
DIE IN PUMP ROOM.
One of the stokers told how when the
....niirht doors were olosed one of tne
engineers wss shut up In a small pump
room below. He had bam injured oy
th collision, and It waa Impoaslbla to
get him up; so when the order waa
given to close tb watertight door he
bad to be left to die
On of th flrst-olaa saloon stewards
said: The millionaires certainly did not
run the ahlp. and all this talk of Major
Butt and Astor looking after the boats
la entirely wrong. I saw them ail tb
time and they were Just standing by,
doing what thsy were told, like any on
tea They did not, however, show any
alga of panto. The ladies behaved splen
didly during the dlaaaier, but told soma
terrible falsehoods afterward. Tb
stories of their having helped to row
th lifeboat, for Instance, have been
"If you ask me who war th real
heroes of ths disaster I should say that
certainly Col. Oracle, the bast Amsrlcan
there, waa on. Than there waa An
drewa. one of the designers of the ship.
Hs was her, there, everywhere, helping
a! way a, never troubling about his own
hi. ir. aa nAt .inn eut on a lifebelt.
nor did Capt. Smith. Mhirdock was splen
did too. Wit i tear ll am mvi
himself, but not. however, till the very
and when be had done everything be
TS&WwB. rn No. U Lifeboat,
in which were ssventy people said:
There were some brave people, but
not all were brave who have got ths
credit. There waa a boat ahead of us
all nlrht. nd ws hallsd her time after
tune for we oould aee h was high out
o' the water. We were nesrly to the
water's edge. They never stopped nor
answe. ed us. We found next day thsrs
were only thirteen people In that boat
What They Bonad Lltra.
(From the BlrsiinfbaiB Ass-Herald.)
, iha mutter with that fellow
over there In the corner, who la barking
like a dog r
"rthhh! There'e nothing wrong with
1 Urn. He Is merely naming a few or tne
men who are prominent In the present
crisis in t-mna."
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weakness. In the old days people let
these matters run until they needed a
large dose of phytic, then they took
something severe, like ractur oil, salts or
cathartics, that meant abuse to the bow
els. These are the days of the gentle and
natural the days of Syrup of Figs.
This way you are not drugging yourself.
Syrup of Figs being composed entirely of
luscious figs, senna and aromaUcs, can
not cause injury.
Ask your druggist for "Syrup of Figs
and Kluir of Senna," and look for the
uame, California Fig Syrup Company on
the label. This is the genuine old re
liable. Any other so-called Fig Syrup is
an imitaUou, often meant to deceive yvu.
Beiut such with contempt.
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lONDON, April -Ohsrlss Henry
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waa a wealthy mine owner, and who
waa ' an sled here itaroh SI on the
change of sending a libellous postcard
to Miss Winifred Smith, failed to ap
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at the Old Ballsy Sessions
Th presiding Judg said hs had rea
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the country. He Issued a warrant for
his arrest and escheated the ball af
11.000. The judge, however, gave (be
sureties until May In order to try a
find Un veraagt.
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market day. A repetition of the first
public market day a month asm. when
several thousand women, many of
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rn th fashion f their granramnthsr.
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marketing during the day and to at
tend the ben crust rn the evening.
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When at work on th barkHng, Ma.
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O. Orbeoa, an Ironworker, of No. IM
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