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QUEEN ELENA MAKES
X nITT THAT ADfl I T TITXTTv
Discovers Skeleton of Hoy in
COIN BETWEEN HIS TKETII
Kinpr Victor Eniniiinnel Also
Active in Scientific Research
Work Alony Const.
S),rcltll I'.iMr nttp.tteh to Tim St v
Hour, Dec. n. Quri'ti lllrna Iihh marie
an Interesting arcliicologlciil dl-coiory In
, tlio neighborhood of Cartel Porr.lnno.
where silo linn bout extrnslitiy exploring
iIki remains of ancient I ..it In towns on
' the coast near Ostl.i.
Tlio (Jttci-ii ill .covered thn skeleton of
a i lilld In ii it. rnpiillK of u vi-iy rotnoto
period recently L-xoii.itod.
A blonzc win, lint yet Identified, will
found bitwi en tin teeth, proving tli.'it tho
curioni of glxing tin- dead "Chiiion's
fato" to .iy fur ttii' passage of tin- Styx
Is tnui'li mure unelciit than has been be
Iluveil. Another veiy Important foittire of thn
dlecoiory was the finding of it friigunnt
of nnclrnt pottery with vitreous copper
r,t.t7C, undoubtedly of Chile s- mtnufio
ttire. It In hclleArd to have bun mail'!
ubout tlio M'.ir 3IMJ0 II. C
The iLscovii of Cldri-so porc-l-iin In
' a I.atln tomb 1.4 unpreiedetited. How It
rinii-' tln'tt cannot bo explained bv atoll-
I'.xplorlnu; for Ten Vcurs.
Stnco HiO.I tin- King ntnl ijueen havo
been exploiirit? tlio art n w hire tlio mint
nnclent towns of tin- Uitlns wen- situated.
Tim Queen ilo"" nil tin' i xcin.ill'ii: under
the illieotlon of King Vh'lo- ll-nm-tnuol,
who knows at nni.'li about nichieology an
ho does about numlsm-itlcs The royal
xcavatlotit an- i a. tied out along strictly
scientific linos, ami with mat care ami
latlenco the (nirtn niial.es tlio striitlfl
t.itlons of the sail. oollovH uhl ctitilnguos
every frantinn: sun !Iiii1k. sketches the
area nmler cxplor r'oti aail keeps up to
Lite the u-ciillfsl diary of i.vivatlon
Occasionally some .'.' .1 linn'i n professor
of tirch.rolo.ry like Liuciant. l'I'orltil and
V.igllerl, tin illrettiir of the i x.-jvatlotis
if Ostl.i. 14 Invited to mv the tjuecn's
work, which ii naturally l.i p; Mont, l'lie
territory undir exploration was densely
puiiulatiil In antlmi.ty.
Thu it-mains of mcr thirty liomnti vll-
hi. Including those of ti e :nnnser Pliny
ami tin. Ktnpoior (.'oiuiim lus. have been
discovered iiloni; the coast between Ost-.u
anil Nettuno, while fourteen Important
Latin cities, with l."v.nuo inhabitants, a-c
know n to ha-, c existed In the ueiKhhoi
I.anrcntum lnteret tuern.
Tho Queen'. woik Is now limited to the
site cf I.nurititum. one of lie must ancient
towns of I. ilium, which 111 oordlti-r to Vir
gil was the risldei.ee of King l.itlnus, n
contemporar of .linens Latlnus, ai'tuid
Ing to tnulltlou, was the urn of Tauntis
and the nymph Mar lea und the father uf
I.ivlnla, whom he iravo In avi-rlavf" to
.Kneas. The dleovi lis m iv ih.
Queen onnslft of temiins of p Ms'.i ,.
walls, cenifie' I's und wi ipu.is n:' .IV. .01
origin. I'lof. Liiiielanl savs thi' tlio l.s
eovery of weapnnx whU h undiitihtedly
wre Imported fioin the .Kfienri Sea al
most coiitlrius the tradltiun nf .l'mas's
visit to Italy, rind that onus. ipi. nllv the
Latins were In part InnniKrauW fium
. , 1 J recce.
Prof. Pltrorlnl l.s of tlio opinion that
Mich wcapnn wi re impoitod by tin. Lit'in.
but tint It dins not follow tint .Km as
.uid Ills followers colonized this portion of
l.-itlum or even settltd In It. 11s it In well
known that In leinote atitl'iulty the l.itlns
tiaded with the p.-oples who inhabited the
coasts of tlio .KKoau Sea. The 11 mains
of ancient cemeteries of vast extent, how
ever, coi.tlmi Unit the reeb n was thlcl.ly
The Oue.-n's explorations will be shortly
extendel to other sites and nntiMo dls
coverbs an- bound to follow. Some ye.iis
ano In exeavatliiK (he ri m ilns of a Human
wlla the Qu. en ilis.oTcd a marble
Matue of a disk thrower, besides fiair.
ments of other t itues, morale pavemem.1
and other valuablii maibles.
She now Int' nds evploilnt; the remains
of the villas of Ilortenslus, the orator: of
?.tuclus, .Mnrlus's father-ln-lnw. und of
other proinine it lionians, which existed
In the neiirhborhiKid.
HID GEMS IN ORANGES.
.IfWfl Tlilevt' Unit liiuenloiis
Hcbenie of Co n ecu II 11 r Loot.
NAPI.t:.", Nov. IB. Homo days airo 11
dealer In pri clous stones in this city, KIk
lior Gnsiaro Hoseaiino, was robbed of
Jewelry valued Rt $100,n0fl, and iilllioiiKh
1I10 suspicion of the pollen was directed
.."toward two brothers, who kept a fruiterer's
business, a search of the shop failed tn
teveal anything of an Incriminating nature.
By chance a policeman obervn pome
boys playlni; In the KUtter with what
proved on examination to b somo of the
stolen stones. The boys, who wtro ipilte
unaware of their value, coni'ssed that
they had found the stones secreted In
fom oranKes und citrons which they hnil
purloined from tho shop of tho suspected
The shop was nraln raided by th police
and tho brothers wero arrested. It wns
Ucovered that on the previous visit of
the pollco tho wholo of tho stolen prop,
crty was hidden In orsncen and citrons
from which tho pulp had been talten.
32,280 UMBRELLAS FOUND.
BsSflTO Lost Article dent 4a Heat
land Yard In Yrar.
LONCOM, Nov, 28. Cnrelcssness seems
to tw a growing habit In London, for the
report for 1012 of tho Commissioner of
Pollen Just Issued shows that tho !ot
articles sent to fcotland Vnrd numbered
S4,S7fl, on Increase of no fewer than
11.26S on the previous year, Tho nrtlrles
Included: diutrs. 10,101; Jewelry, 2,13.1.
opera glasses, 74S: purses, 3,42.1 ; sticks,
2,00i J umbrellas, .12,250 : watches, St? 5,
Of theso 36,S15 nrtlcles, valued at
J200.26O, wero restored to their owners.
PARIS POLICE POORLY PAID.
Maxlmnm Salary Tliey Con Obtain
la f IttlO a Vrar.
Paris, Nov. 27. Tho Paris pollco, some
of whose members havo fallen Into rils.
rrace, uro poorly paid. The maximum
i.alnry attainable by a "scrcent do vllle"
N I310 a year. In view of tho IllKh cost
of II vlnrf In Paris, this amount Is Innde.
(pmtn to maintain a family In any ileRieo
of comfort, und tho married members of
tho fnrcn havo frequently to supplement
their Incomes us best they can. Some
of them earn a few frutu" by wruMnic
ns market porteiH ilurlnir their tlmo off
duty. Otlnrs do boot n p ilrliiB. and
thorn Is ono who iIoch odd liiilorlnr; Jobs.
HUH, In splto of these haidshlps, titer.)
ar always plenty of men entter to Join
Um fores, about ten candidate hclua
fikOt)i for rrwr, tomox tht occur,
OF THE WORLD TOLD BY THE SUN'S CORRESPONDENTS
n 1 irn itti inn mi irmt
PHOTOS OF GHOSTS
(ierniiin Scientist Tells -of He
ninrkable Experiments in
CLII'PKI) A SPOOK'S HA 1 1!
Dr. Nolziny Snyx He Cnii I)c
velop .My.slerioiis I'liees
$rfctl 'trrtniHtntifHcr tn Tar. srs
MiNicn, Nov. 2K--A lierman noble
muti mid idiys'elan. lr. A. e'reiherrn vjii
Sehn nrk-Notitm; of Munich, has applbd
ns near as they can b" applied the meth
ods of the clinic and the laboratory to
spllltuulistic nianlfeotatloiia. IK: e. alius
nut unU to tiavd seen the phenomenon 01
matt rlalization but to have pltotoKiaphcd
It. lu huvo touched a. .J handled the vi
sions, phantoms or apparitions anil to ha
submitted to chemlial and microscopic
exatnln'itlnr. the substance of which tin.
ale rilnpi:- il
111 til" pllrUit Of his pill p. Wo llo hi-
e'.ip.n' ed four ears of p.ilnsfakini; 11
si stl(!.itlo.n and has 1 mlioillnl the renin tn
In a book of iiioiv than .".) i.iks which
has Just been published by llnift Iteln
hi.tdt under Hid title of ".Mulei lalls.itioiis-I'b-i'
lo von S.'hretick-NotzliM is recinnUei
ns t i" m.il s. liirmaii c.poit m 0,0111
ie- .1Kb. and Ii" had iloiio .1111. .. I. m al.l.
Wull. Uioll the hubjec t 1m. fore he btK.tll
the M'l.tH of investigations whah lie re
poits. l'or this rensuii his book pioimses'
to on ate as Ki.at it not ten ttteat. 1
Sdis.iuon than del t tic Italian medium
I'.usiipla Pnladluu In her palmiest das
and likewise to foim on'- nf the chief
topics of the next lidertmtlfin.il occult
coiiKi'Ss, wlin Ii Is tu b held lu Merlin.
Tho book la mostly taken up In the re.
11. il uf in id'-nts oi seaucis at uhlih he
iias present He te'ls these with nil their
details, however m nutcand with thesamu
precision that be would mploy In ex
plainlui; a surgical operation to .1 class u:
students. Uhosls appear and disappear
upon almost etciy pao, mysierlous lii;
ures that seem to come from nuwhue
lilt across the lslon for 11 few seconds
and vanish Into space, iIiIiiks constantly
happen su h ns havo set thu world nxapi
or chilled It to the very mariow bones foi
centuries all of theso ho tells as a mure
matter of course and with no ntteinpts at
thrills, except what thrills there may bo
In a plain, simple statement.
UOO plioloatrnph Shown,
In order to mako k more completo and
I'ouvlnciiiK iicoid of his Investigation
lie Introduces Into his book almost 20n
photographs which ho took ution hlRhl
sunsltlvo plates and by machines that In
had (specially constructed for tho purpose
My this means lie shows tho most Intcr--iitiiiK
of the manifestations, the pnsltloi
jf tho Investigators nnd the medium nnd
also of tho ghostly faces, hands and flB
utes. He likewise gives reproductions nf
photographs of tho element In which th
plrlts materialize and which ho holds Is
1 peculiar guseous, smokelike substanci
hat emanates from the body of tho en
Ho began his Investigations nt Pari In
May, 1 003. Ho employed as his medium
a young French woman whom ho refers
lo as Hva C, 23 yearB of nge, who was In
comfortablo circumstance and who of
fered hpr services In tho Interest of occult
sclcneo. Her wonderful ability as a me
dium was first discovered by Mmo. Ills
son, wlfo of tho author Alexander Illsson,
and nt their house, 199 Avenue Victor
Uiiito, In Paris, most of tho seance were
In all of tho aeanee Dr. von HcnrencK
N'ntzlng says that precautions wero taken
which made deception Impossible. The
cabinet was thoroughly Inspected, tho mo
ilium was disrobed by Mine, Illason and
nttlred In clothes that had been especially
prepared for tho tests, after which the
doctor each tlmo examined tho hands, foct
Tho seances continued until July of
this year. They must havo numbered sev
eral hundred, all wero not fruitful in re
sults and many developed things that
wero unexpected, In thn earlier attempts
th materializations wero mostly of
hands or other parts of the body. In
October, 1910, with tho medium's foot In
full view through the opening In the cur
tains, a foot appeared beneath tho edge
of tho hangings of tho cabinet nnd moved
for somo distance along tho floor. All this
tlmo tho feet of tho medium wero seen
by tho Investigators and her hands were
holding open tho curtain. In tho same
month, while the hand of tho medium
wero held outsldo thn cabinet opening,
two well developed, finely formed hands,
apparently those nf a woman or child,
grubbed tho medium's left arm Just above
thr wrist, remained visible for a few sec
onds and vnnlshod.
Haw Woman's llnnil Wnvlnff,
At a seiinco held about thn samo tlmo
the doctor observed 11 white, glistening,
shimmering column of light uppear first
upon th fight oi Uo medium, then trail-
i PHHB HHsr"-" ' , SSHHHV Q' F3ce ihat 3prdn Jxompii of McJxum'f H.ea J.
Photographs of Ghosts bv German Scientist
1 1 taaaw aas mmmtmumitmEtrv&mmmii
llf?Sriaifcm " jiw 9stHH1 UWj? 'MEMBU
1 ' ' .a avt ijHP MamziK&mm 1 1
Materialised Tacc AboVe
a'l II' t over her h.
I' . 'a 1 I u in
' of t1 .s ' 1 1 ., w 1 .. (i w - alio'. Ii . '
n ei-- -i 1 . iKllt, .i , . 'I. .1 a ' 1 hi
laud, bi. id- to t- I. ..s .ga "S. tba
:i ed .'.oi 1 at .'lid full1, foi - -r-i
so nnd- and Hun 1 ided aw 1' At-i.
w luii- tl'i- lial't was. 1. in l' " 11. ,1 i;l t I
tn flout ot tile IlleUlU O .4. it fi . Wat
lug her. a white hai d ' tin
l.iikn. -s behind her at' : ut . p ned ll--1
If upon her 1. ft sin. 11b.. 1 The dooun
timed tins app ii. line and i-poiis t 1!
tho hand was visible for Imty ootids.
At anntlKr time Mm". Ilisson suggest) d
to the medium that hIim develop a full
11 m and hand. As tho patty watch -d
tl'eio appeared on the medium's lap a
white spot that sei mod a small cloth and
Item tins theto arose a white slinnni' 1 mg
line th it formed itself into a wi ll de
velop' ! nun and band that 1 temb d from
thn mod. mil's ilgbt should' r to her lap.
The doctor obti iml of this what he coll
slib is 11 vctv satisfactory phologtapli.
A ni.itLti.it nation that proved one of
ihn most sine, s-ftil of th cxpotlnielita
was iiiadi at tlio Paris house on Novi 111
bei' J, 1911. In this the doctor obtained
not only some very excellent photographs
of an nppatltion, but also secured a lulr
'rum tho head that showed Itself. He m
ploynl In this 1. -isn tlv cameras, placod
it different nngles In tho room, one
en within the cabinet Itself. The figure
tliat was developed was a small face,
iiulngliig ftom 'be sldo of the medium's
link. A long whlto veil Mowed ftom the
head, concealing part of tho forehead, left
temple nnd tin oat.
Tin) doctor describes tho face Itself as
dtigularly phasing and agreeable In ex-
1-., .imittor thnn that of an adult.
"-.-.-liVlll, n ....... .... ...
with such singularly direct eyes looking
straight Into his mar. nn nuii mo nmno.
sicn of gazinK 'it 11 Hvlng person.
As the head began to show Itself tho
medium spoke, expressing tho deslro that
Mine Illsson should cut a hair from
the mateilatlzed head. Tho French
woman approached the figure, and from
thn lonso hnlr under the veil of the
llgure plucked one hair, about ten centi
meters long. Tho llttlo head Imme
dlately vanished, and tho medium recov
ered from her trance, apparently In a
state of great fright,
Jlatr Ilia Not nelona; to Bra.
Tho hair was then submitted to a very
close examination under Btrong light. It
praved to bo a very light blond, while
that of Eva, the medium, was dark
brown. Tho hnlr was then submitted to
1 mlcroscoplo examination and photo
graphs wero made, proving that It dif
fered materially In structure from that of
Uva's. "It Is Impossible," Bays tho doc
tor, "that both hairs could havo belonged
to the samo Individual."
In tho following January ho wa mo
csBful In obtaining another materializa
tion In which the email head eprung, as
before, apparently from tho medium's
neck. On this occasion It was only vlsl
bio In rrollle, but somo excellent photo
graphs were secured, which wero later
considerably enlarged, and which are ro
ptoduced lu the present bonk. They show
the face ot a maturo ivunmn of pleasing
expression, th wholo head Itghlly veiled
f though with tho thinnest black gauze,
and with a laco cap carelessly thrown over
tho hair, tho strings hanglnf down at
A further Interesting development was
secured In June, 1912. when two faces
were materialized at tho samo time, one
of a man nnd ono of a woman, both ap
parently looking out of tho curtains of the
cabinet, The medium whs visible at the
samo time, and her two hands wer
cuplcd In holding thn curtains upart. Roth
faces wero sllgtly ohseiiMd by tho peon
liar gauzy llllments that seemed always
to accompany the materializations. Hut
although both were somewhat blurred yet
thn eyes and mouth of tho woman nnd
the eyis nnd hoard of thn man were
float ly defined,
Tho first materialization of tho full
figure, was made In November, 1910, when
wb.ll, two ot tho spectator wero holding
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1 no hands of the medium tin) fully de-A
.. aped figure of .1 w. ruun appia ed f' :
1 few seeonds nt the op' nlng of the iab
ret curtains. Hut th- m.t siiio-sifu
mat. 1 ial.it it. mi of :'io full tlgtnn w -1
made In Maii h, l!U:i Si- utl pre. .11
tinns against di ccpl!"iis wtin taken witn
Tin- iii'd.um was disrobed by Mine. UN
son before being enclund 111 the 1. tb, net.
whleli was itself submitted to the tuns,
rigid scrutiny. In a few moments the
out tains parti-d a little and the medium's
hi-ad, right arm and shoulder weie thrusi
nut Standing behind her was the ilgur.'
of a in. in inn. Ii tallir than li.-t.nlf.
He was swathed In a wh'te garment an 1
was cleail isible In evety detail. UN
f.ue was rilher long and ot a .1. -ply seri
ous expresilon, with a shoit. bay h.ml
and musta he. Tho eyes were raled and
one of the h.iidi. holding the robe, waa
to be si en.
f.noil Picture Olitulnrd,
The figure was visible only nn Instant,
but an exoeili nt phologtapli was ubtalne.l,
which shown clearly the pos lion of th -medium
and all tile details of the second
llsure. This materialization was espe
cially s.itlsf.utoiy to tin- doe tor 111 that It
was without any of tho balfllng Illimrtit
like drapery, that so often obscured the
To this poctillnr substance, emanating
ai'puetitly fiom th" materialize-!! figures,
the doctor has g!cu the naum of telo
plasma. I lu icg.irds It as the most b.if
lllng as well as thn most Intetestlng result
of Ills experiments. Ho has snivelled in
getting somo of the substance, from the
m.itei all7cd flguro and has fruiuent'y
found traces of It In tho garments of thn
medium after the seance. He says It
fools d imp and sticky to hl.s llngern, as
though It wi ro of 1111 organic nature. In
appearance It varied.
At ono of the early seances a largo
hand composed apparently of this almost
Impalpable Biibstaneo nppcari'd on the
medium's shoulder, down over tho other
shoulder nppeared a long stringy mass
of tho samo tnlng, grayish and translu
cent, nnd which ho saw on close obser
vation, to bo mailn up of a great num
ber of small hands. It resembled noth
ing ro much, ho snld, as a piece of
grayish marble covered with hands chls
elle'd In low relief. This presently dis
appeared, leaving only a llttlo spot of
whlto on tho floor between tho medium's
feet. This wavered and grew nnd elon
gated Itself Into a well defined arm and
hand, rcnclilug up ns high as thn woman's
knee, trembling there a few moments and
Tlio later Investigation of Dr. von
Srhrenrk-N'otzlng havo been chiefly do.
vote-d to ojtperlments with tho strange
substnnco which frequently camo from the
mouth of the medium, or from her nose,
or nppeared on her breast, and which did
not always tnko a deilnlto form. The
most frcipient ii;aulfcfct!itloris wero In tho
form of long sirlngy exudations which
later formed Into bauds und arms.
Many of the photographs In tho book
tiro Rhen over to this not especially pleas
nut manifestation. There urn several tnln
roscople studle's of tho Hub-danco which
ai-company chenile-nl analysis which tlnj
doctor has not failed to mako nnd which
show tlio material to bo organic In char
acter. Still others show tho eubstanco In
varying quantity and quality depending
from different part ot the medium' per
son. Ono of them shows her head and
arm completely covered with a close
meshed veil, through which a great mas
of tho substnnco depends.
I)r, von Hohrenck-Notzlng doe not at
tempt to offer a final definite explanation
of tho phenomena ho set forth. Us as
pects attack, but Is not prepared to an
swer It by theorizing. Ho has presented
to thn world thn calm sclintlflo record of
certain events ns lut nbsored them, nnd
ho will iippnreiitly bn us glad ns any ono
elso for 1111 explanation that will bring
them within the range ot ordinary ac
cepted aclentlfiq knowledge,
and "Element of Mdleri4ir-ljor
SEPULCHRE OF KINGS
FALLING INTO DECAY
Toml).' of the Hrnrrnniix in Por
tuguese P.'ipitiil Are in
SpfCttl Corrftpwienr to Tun Srv.
IlMtt.tN, Nov. 2C. ruder the caption of
"Modern Harbarlans" the i'aln'tn- Gmtttr
pt hits a rommtime.itl.'ii from a Lisbon
correspondent who writes:
"As one approaches the capltnl by sea
the iy. Is altriiit-d by a creat church
of two towers which stand out clear out
n tlulr dnrzllng whiteness nr.ini-t tin.
1 blue nf the sky, the church of St. Vincent
Pom. The rhtiiih in it,lf ims no
! features that shou'd c'alm our attrntlon
' ut It hupp- ns to be the home of the royal
tombs. These words have 11 solemn. Im
posing ring, calling up visions of mlchty
c) presses standing guard over n hole
sepulchre. The nctital riallty Is wretched
"A cold path, paved with granite s.tts
on which the footsteps ring harshly, leads
; to an oak door. Ort tins Is nn ugly bronze
plate, which tells us that we stand before
the sepulchro of thn Ilniganzas.
1 "Without aci'iiillng a single step we
walk stra'ght In and find ourselves In a
kind of hall. A low gallery runs round
It and on this stands a row of peculiar
slinpi-d colllns, lomn of them cover' d with
shabby, moth eaten civet, whlto others
are draped In n shabby black cloth.
"Thn atmosphere Is damp and heavy.
No smell of withered flowers overpowers
the senses ; Instead the nlr Is Impregnated
with n horrible musty odor. Thn wreaths
that hang on the walls nro of artltlel.il
llowers. covered with dust, and like the
pnstlgn of Portugueso royalty, falling
"Hach of these coffins holds th body
of a royalty. Thn guldo comes up bring
ing a stepladder with hltn. This he puts
up against tho wall, motions you with a
wavn of his hand to draw near, and draws
back tlin covering cloth. Dom Fernando
lies befnro us In the uniform of a Cleneral.
Tim wax colored face has fallen In and Is
covered with small pitches of mildew.
"Next to him Is Dom I.ulz. the grand
father of the unlucky Pom MnnOel. And
so we go on down tho row; Pom Pedro II.,
thn last Hmperor of Mrazll, and so on.
Tho guldn rattles out namn nfler name,
and the Kngllsh girl In Hid company which
has enterisl with us plavs with her walk
ing Btlck nnd ejaculates, 'How pre-tty ho
"In the mlddln of thn hall are two
batrlnclilnos. The stepladder Is planted
against tho first nnd Pom I.ulz Flllppe,
eldest son of Dom Carlos, munleicd on
I VIuuary 1, 190S, Is exposed lo view. That
open handsotnn and prepossessing faco Is
disfigured, blnckened, twisted ami ruined
by thn bullet of thn assassin, nnd thu art
of the physician has not been abln to ar
rest tho progress of decay. Still more
grewsomo Is the countenance ot Dom
"Outside the mausoleum, the cries and
laughter of thn market fill thn air, for we
am In Lisbon's rag fair and thn clatter
serves still furftier to drgrado tho placo
whero king take tholr last rest,"
A Carton C'olncldcnoe,
Lonpon, Nov. 28, Almost at tho same
moment yesterday when Lady Randolph
Churchill, formerly Jennie .lemma of New
Vork, was laying tho keel of H. M. R,
Itamlllles, thn old wnrshlp ot that name,
which hits recently been sold out of tho
service, was In danger of destruction
while being towel oft the Islo ot Wight,
REVIVES OLD QUARREL
People of AlBiice-Lorrnine Hiive
Alwnvr) Heen Opposed to
PHESS LEADS AOITATION
Dctnnnd for Penl Pnrlinmeiitiiry
Government for Provinces
Is Ken e wed.
.s'i 'ni Cal.tr rirvntrh to The Si v.
Hf.hu N, Doc. !. The clash between tho
civil a'lthoii'b-s of Al 101 -loin. lin" and
the military element whnh o ime to a head
Ibis week, win 11 the Zabi-rn af.ur resulted
In a voto of lack of confidence In tin
Government by a tremendous majority lu
the Helchstag, Is not of recent origin. The
people of the province's taken from France
aftr thn wnr of l7M have always bien
hostllo to the Prulan rogliu".
Hver since the Agadir Incident in 1910,
which brought (lei many and Prance i-losHi-to
war than at any oth'-r time tln-e the
I disaster of 1ST0, there lias been a cease
less limitation on the pnrt of eeitaln 1-rench
newspapers, with the cooperation of the
I pro-French agitators In Alsace, whu-ii has
tendi 1 to make the younger elertn nls In
the province offensive toward the military.
The Ku'ser caused a fen-ation a'.io-it 11
1 ir g. when lie e.-lt.d Sfus-lepe aid
la mid the M,ii t it tb" c ns-.tv.ion "f
ie pi'A.n e w.iil'l on taken aw.ii If t-n-.Kit
it ti pers's'-.1 Nit lo'ig iift-ma"!
anie the blow struck bv '.he Herman ii v-
ernmetit lu wlthd-aw Ir.g ntders from the
eng. rn works at llrafeti.-; olen, owind arid
controlled by pro-l'ii-tn Ii AUntlits mil
Frotiih men, who permitted the employe h
I to agitate, while the niunagir uitiMly e-ii-
. our.iged them.
.Vnnoy noil I.iinevlllo Incidents,
I Then followed the I. line-, ill" and Nancy
n lents. thn runner regarded as a prac
tical lriasi.m of Frame, altho .Kb it was
f laurse not so Intended, i-om initio
iliu-li the Socialists In th" Ib letinag ul
ivns attacked the Hoverniiient,
The word "wackes" ued by I. lent
llHrou von Foratner In his inldrct.s to the
leiruits of thn Ninety-ninth Infantry till
ing them that hn "would willingly give
en murks to any Herman soldo r who
tan hl.s bayonet thioiigh nn Alsatian
wackes" fet th people of Alsace-Lorraine,
nftame. When used ninong the Al--U.-iiis
tlietiiselM-s tin- word has a half
Jocular, half endearing mo.ii.ing, but when
used by a Prussian in A'sace referr'ng to
tlio Alsatians It may bo coinpaied tn
The sessions of th" Itelch-tng this w ok
I gave nn enormous Impetus tn the de
j uand for n real pat llamoimry govern
' tnetit for Alsace l.ntialne It Is b !o"d
''v many that recognition of this feature
I of tho crisis Is causing thn Kalsi r.
I through the Imperial Chancellor, Pi v in
j Hethtnann-H'illwrg, to take such nn un
jireiedotitoilly Mrong stand.
Thoughtful students of conditions In
. lierniiiny rrgard future Internal compli
cations und cleviili'piiients with much con
, corn nnd charge thn ilover-.nn-nt with
'-Ing provocative) and tactless.
j llrancn' Nciv Theory of I.tfn.
i Prof. Ilranca, the famous paleontologist,
has advanced wh it ho terms a new theory
! .if thn origin of life. Ho does not accept
the theory of spontaneous, generation as a
I - .entitle solu'ton, nor thi Hlbllcal ex
planation which presupposes a m.racle nt-d
Is there torn unacceptable. Ills theory In
that llfn Is ns old ns lifeless matter of
which thn rtars nnd planets nro compost d.
I Life, he holds, has been "vaccinal) d Into
I the earth by life germs from other planets
1 through meteorites."
1 The scientist malntnlns that this
I hypothesis Is strongly supported by Indi
cations of the existence of llfn on all the
I planets. Ho sa s i
"Llfn Is as old as thn unlversn n wbl-li
wn live. In seek.ng any hypothesis wuh
seeks to solve the problem of how old it
Is, wn encounter questions, problems and
mysteries about which wo may dream,
but which we can never solve,"
The Kaiser's dictum that "every real
mans wears a mustache" has (.proud
rapidly nmong tho officers nf thn army.
Thorn Is many 11 budding miftaclie mi
erstwhile clean shaven f.io. s In thn army
now nnd hair tonics nro In gn-it demand.
It Is probable that tho upturned mtistiich,
In thn Kaiser fashion, will soon again bn
tho symbol of tho Herman army.
DUBLIN'S LATEST "WAR SONGS,''
"We're) (loan to .line Jim I.nrUlu's
Union" I IllKRcst lilt.
Lonpok, Nov. 2S. Tho Dublin strlko
has Us war songs, nnd they urn sung
with grrnt gusto through thn streets.
Ther I "God Havo Larkln," which gnrs
to tho nlr of "Uod Save Ireland." Them
Is nnnther which goes to the nlr of "Who
Fearn to Speak cf '9S?" It runri. "Who
fear to wear his blood red hand upon
his mnnly breast;" tho red hand b Ing
tho badge of tho Irish Transport I'nlon.
Another with a great tiumbi t- of verses
has this refrain:
"A telling end n mnlllrig,
Oh. whst a life of bliss'
They'll proml mi heav 11 lu the nrxt 1 1 r -
Whlln they're rubbing 111 111 On
Ilut thn fnrnvlto Is one tli.lt gm s to a
ragtime tune, "We're drum tn Jinn Jim
FOR AEROPLANE TRIP
liilicrnls Cnll Artmirnlty Lord's
Klilit Til Advised nnd
1'NfOXISTS UPHOTtT) HIM
i'riiieiple of "Lnrp;o Navy" Ev
peetnd to Win Despite
fl.frlil Cnhlr Drtpateh to Tits Srv
I. 'noon, Dec. C "It is nmnslng to ob
serve." wrote- n commentator In a weekly
newspaper n,t week, "how certnln mem
hers nf thu t'nlonlst party nro trying to
coax Winston i'huroh-11. Fir, I Lord of the
Admiralty, out o- thn Itadi al fold"
It I, iiiunlly teinirkablo how It Is from
thn Liberal papers that Mr. Churchill ha
been receiving ciltlelsm and reproof tho
reverse of m bi ,, miy, ,v (. i,r,p, 0lLn-
tloti has cniiin from the 1'nl.j.iut side.
Another euimpin at this was seen this
week ,n thn Mory of the First I-ord'a
tin fo flights In an aeroplane, In thn third
of whleli he himself manipulated thn
levers tor nearly an hour, was printed
Thn Liberal 11'rstmlnsfcr f?n;ettn immedi
ately n proved :.lr. Churchill lor his nc
tion, whleli It said was "thoroughly III
advis d nnd hum Idovous "
"If M.nlslii.i make nights," It nal.t. "It
amounts to a praeti'-al compulsion on
otlo . people to do tho same thing on
Pi In of same retl.i-tlnti on their courage.
V. lupo w, shut) have no inoro or theso
mini -csaiy risks, which tire run for no
suit of useful purpose."
Praised for Cool Conrnur.
The Conservative VaU Mull Onreffe had
nothing but prnln for thn First T.nrd.
It said that It has been known f ir sum
t me that .Mr. Churchill was des rn.is of
puss, ss.ng tlio certlllcnto of nlr pilot nnd
"Aviators In Kngl.ind welcnmn him, h
cauvtj nob id v In high placn has exhibited
s u b real mid tiiloil gent ii'.nre . n t '
what tlying means as a difitn-o of tlreat
When Mr. Churchill's pilot. Cnpt. "Wild-man-Liishliiglon.
was killed 1 v a fall the
day after Mr. Chun hlll'n Might wl'h bun
the UVjfinbnfrr tlnvttr refirne t. the
charge, whl'e the full Malt (1 , ; I. id
nothing but praise for Mr I'mi,. ' t'ui
"'onl courage, n pre, ioui In!-.. i 1 1 ,.,1
111" gre..t mi ir "
The Liberal ptc generally in ''0111.
m-ntlng 1.11 tbK subj. t. follows th, b d
Of the llVsli,f,.,fer tlnstllr, wlil'n tho
attitude of tlio PnI Matl Hn-rtlr is -ip-
proved by most ot the Const" . .1 . Vi
CoM-i'iinieiit Siii Clinnuo
In the meant. me. as regards
posed in. 1 in naval ri
whl. h ufTonds many of Mr. 1
own puty. 110 one doubts that
lird will lesign unless ho g-s
wants. Hix optioiientH un iUK
. 1 inn-.
' nr. hl'l's
tl - First
w'.i. 1 he
t- i'.t nro
f..'.rly well np-esenteil In the
but It II rtasciisbte to expo, t
t' at thn
' it Ms-
prim Iple of n 'largo nuvv"
line of the artuments used Is
I-'1 W .11 . ' t'l" L' l.s .
"'I ti' il' v w --I, nit -I
p-i't. it -s i.dni.i'. d t'l -t t' !
on is . ,,, seri iUs Mian r.
' '! 1 I. ii .-how-l th s ni'il) 1 '
tho attempts 11 n. by tl I.
i'I. inrelloi, Vlsioii-ir Halila- .
1 lovei'timen -pt al.i-rs to 1-1
l'l-' llllel- ASiHU'.ll s piHeh 1' 1 . ,
seemed to oloso tho eb . 01
a seltli o. 'd of the ho 1
coiisi nt of the tippii-dnc I irr -
St. nlv going l.'beral 1 g
th" I l't fniiLfi r (Jdtiffe a-pl-iltilv
!t;d; ite the optn.on t
e:it attitude of ttu i.ii'ii n
be tll.tllitallKil It Is iel I 0,
nenil-er of any pi"i- affi .
lie that Sir IMward Ci -
-t b ss
. ' s
"army" would refuse to aci ' t
b ll without pulling up a ti I .- .. ...
t-nipt Is mad" tn 'uie It ot t' . in 'I .r
nnd more Is lie-i'd of tin- nn ill . - f
iitll. ers read-.- to send In their r. - l" t ns
and of tin. p 1 . 1'11-iiii: t" tp.. . 1 ,
iii mi to d. .il with no 11 llgh'.in. .. 1,
rtnoti J 1. k.
Illooilshoil Most Vol lie Mlsst'il,
Itoi'itt- Law, the l"i 'or . .
piaotl. ilh sold t. it this w 1 1
o is.- s. 1 i;.w II. I I' IS 1 's
, i.s. il . v t'l.- I ilieril pi. j. .. ...
'11' lit nil 1'ilf. p. 'lot tl: i "it M O I
" l to" til. 1 unlit. J if til' .1 1
1 '.' cum-lntici s 11 -'iod to -
! is. Tu. y ni'l-t obey and . ,
I. mm t 10 jnm fur tiring
Whether 1 11 ' .,. nt
bill w 1 re to . 1 ! ! h , ., 1 .1
It U now felt ' . 1
m-.ot 1-e t isk. ,. w 1 ,11 -
.li- IM ird Ci- -.-I.. t
t--' 'i-ii'ti.iry en '"
tb men! are not I . ,
f .1 fe.lei nl -o!iu ,. t
V.senunt 1 1 lid Hi 1 '
fererio, of onn men . i.- .
too... I, as :t d .1 1;, t ri-f --1 1
third suifirc-t'on N ittrll o 1 r r
eellor of th" !( 'l'-'er l.t.a i i: r rt
s th it tin- rkhr ..r v -.i . -. t
di-c-tlv 'itTe.-tli'ir r:-t' r be t. t
pi or lla-e.
It cannot be said thit tb. -. .
light on the hor'jtnn. It !s r. 1 1 .
h"I'i fill Mirn lo .i-ver. th it '. - p.
almost unli't'-il shrinking t- ni ig
tti'pgs to et' 1 'oi s.
UNKNOWN INVENTORS MEET
Jlen Who laiol. funds to Fii1ott
tdens Hold Coiiirii-ss,
nrriiMirsT. Nov. 21 This ween marks
tlin ,iss. nii.'v tl t'i's) city nf v . it has
been doii i' d no the eon.ti'ss nf un
at nreelated Imeiitors. A cert 1 n numl ?r
of lite I m r , l a I i-it! uses, lacking tl- funds
to carry out ti e r Ideas, am meeting to
discuss tho nn. inn of remedying thi
Tho members of the congress Include
a cln mist who I hows how to prr luea
diamond, a slim-maker who can m mil
fneturo boots in which to walk mi
forlably on thn piirf.n 0 of tho doi t est
wati rs nnd n r!gn painter who h is d
covered a color wlnrh r-r.iler-i ucio-,
planes Invisible at a dlstanro of el-hty
Hitlers fiom tlui gioiiial.
CUSSE GAVE HIMA DIVORCE.
V Iteniiirliiiblo Jii.lctineiit Hnndeit
Doini In llirytitlan Court.
Cairo, Nov 2e Heeently a quarrel
nro-n between two Mohammednn nnt'ves
In upper Fgjpl, "t'd one of them, In tun
heat of thn moment, cursed tho otrrr'H
religion. At that thn offet-ded man
promptly hnulsd hl-i Irother rellglnnlst
lieforn the ri 'Ig.ous coin t.
The Judge who tried tho cne contended
that since the man had curs d his own
religion bn 11 list bn eims'di ip f) avo
o.l 1.1 11 - Iv 1 1 'i ir-'-ed 1 1 tin
I'. , 11 1 1 . 1 1 1 ''i' ' w 1 n 'i r it
nd"- in r ' Is- iii M 1 -
1 ", .ir 1 1 ',', 1 tlr -'It
filth t'o .Indite il '1 r ed t n sep.ir itlon
of thn man from Ha wife.