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i ' ; 12 toes ffATrYmn 'TOXbtotei xhstdax roicmTG Ma.t 1, 1904. .1
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11 i Prof. Bell Solves
I M a fa Problem
l 1 Gives Exhibition of Tetrahcdral Kite
w ' .Which He Believes Is Secret of
Ijj ( Aerial Navigation.
II' ' ! WASHINGTON', April 30. Prof. A.
Itl;;, I 1 G. Bell today gave at Columbia
p f f Station, a Virginia, suburb of
j ' I "Washington, on exhibition of tho
Ijj 1 1 i tetrahedral kite, which ho believes la
Ijj ' j tho secret of aerial navigation. The
RS I , demonstration was made to the mcm-
jj i bers of tho National Geographical eo-
L clcty, of which Prof. Bell was formerly
Ijj , , the president. The wind was light, and
I " i Tlioreforo the trials were not as su.c-
I 1 cotwful ns .-xmie which ha've been made
J 1 In prlvato, but concerning which much
I i has been written by tho Inventor, and
other scientists. Three slxteen-ccll
, klteF, each said .to have a sustaining
II power of seventy-five pounds, wero sent
to heights varying- from 400 to 1100 feet;
I (but tho wind was bo uncertain that
, I the tests wero not regarded as eatis,-
i Preceding the exhibition, of klte-flylng
' Prof. Bell explained briefly what h6
I '( is doing at Capo Breton where he has
L hln laboratory He said that tlie ex-
I pe-rlments there were on a much larger
i Bcnle, but that the Idea would .be ap
parent from nn examination of the
kite used In the local demonstrations.
The manner of construction of kites,
j from the first light sticks or aluminum
I tubes to the finished kite, was shown by
Frof. BclL The aluminum tubes or
sticks are eight inches long. Three are
first used- to form a triangle and threo
. I moro are jointed, to the ends of the
I first triangle and formed together at
I a common apex, making a figuro
bounded bv four triangles. Other cells
of tho sam size and weight then are
takon, until sixteen form tho tetrahe
dral kite, the same size as the first cell.
"Weight Is saved In putting the cells to
' gether by using one stick only where
I' two cells aro fitted together, go that
i while one triangle requires three rods,
two triangles can be mado from five
1 roads. When- covered' with silk as tho
kites, the two triangles have twice the
resistance power of one, but one-sixth
I , ; less weight than two ordinary trlan-
The same principle of saving weight
is continued further in forming the te
trahedral, the Idea being that by mak
ing the kites large enough and continu
ing to save weight a sustaining power
will be possible so that a motor and 1
man can bo carried. It has been as
serted that hls has been, provon at
the Cape. Breton laboratory, and the
trials today have given the pubHo the
first general understanding of how it Is
done. Prof. Bell said tho motor oven
tuolly would take the place' of the kite
elrlng, and that when this had been
I accomplished aerial navigation would1
II Danced Willi Bride,
; Then Died in Chair
Iff Tomer Pavored Suitor Passes Away
II 'at "Wedding- of Girl Ha
I , Loved.
TLTEJW TDK1C, April 30. Carnieno Aqnle-
9 aj no, tall and broad, and dark n-nd
1 1 handsome, was a favored suitor for
F f the hand of little Mlso Anna Swobo-
I ' da, a rolativo of the "physical culturi3t.
j I His friends shook Ids hand In envy and
i j Anna herself blushed when the girlB asked
her about tho handsome Carnieno.
Carnieno, however, thought her hoart
I was growing cold toward him and ho loft
Now York and went to Ocean Park, L. I.,
r.o far away that he could only think of
j. her, swearing to never see her again. He
j(i f, J laughed the matter away to his friends,
I nadld tho fair Anna to her friends. So
no ono was surprised whon all' got Invl
h tatlons last week to attond tho nupltala
I , last night of tho, fair Anna to Prank Bar
ber, who had won her heart.
Thoy all gathered at hor home, No. 405
;', East Ono Hundred and Sixth street, lost
evening. Carnieno accepted the Invlta
i tlon. He watched tho Rov. Father Cartor
' Bay the words that took his lady love from
' him and when Anna, tho blushing bride,
insisted that Carnieno should sign tho
contract of marriage as a witnc&s he took
up the pen with trembling hand and put
his nomo in a comor.
Then tho music and dancing started. The
fair brldo and the bridegroom tripped
about the floor for tho first number. The
i music started for the second. Anna re
served the honor for Carnieno. Arm In
arm they glided about tho hall to the low
music But it was not real to Carnieno.
, It was a dream of which ho dreaded the
awakening "When the music ceased he
, J dropped the brldo by .tho side of hor
apouse. his heart full, but his tongue tied.
Then he Disappeared.
l Not ton minutes later tho brldo nnd
bridegroom passed through tho adjoining
ropm. Thoro sat Carnieno In a ohalr.
it They shook him. but ho did not move.
The scream of tho bride brought the gay
wedding party to tho Kccne. A' doctor
, was summoned Ho said Carnieno was
, i dead, probably from heart disease.
'I Tho brldo was overcome with grief and
' tb gay wedding, feast was turned into
( one of mourning the dead.
THE GREAT DIVIDE
1 Henry A. Dickson, Ono of Famous
Fremonters, Passes Away iri
I l Pittsburg:.
II Fk' ITTSBURG, April 20, Honry A.
, wJr Dickson, a California" "forty-niner,"
JT 1b dead in this city, aged 78. Sir.
Dickson was alBO one of tho famous I
i, 'if Frernontors. who by casting their votos in
J j'; the Republican party in that memorable
f political campaign turned the scales in
favor of anti-slavery when California, was
,1 knocking at the door of the Union for ad-
i mission as a State.
, Elk Horn Whiskey Nine Tears Old.'
For $3.40 we ship in plain boxes to any
Hr point on the railroad In Utah, Idaho
' and "Wyoming, express prepaid, four
full quarts of the above well-known
H' , brand, a fine old mellow whiskey, guar-
j anteed to give satisfaction. ,
li Remit either by money order or
Hj , bank exchange. For reference, any ex-
Hi l press company or National Bank of tha
H ' Republic C. H. RBELL.Y.
j i .i.i Elk Liquor Co., Cor. State and lot So.
ta. Salt Lake City, UtaJ
RUSSIAN REPORTS OF
SITUATION ON THE YALU
ST. PETERSBURG, April 30. -An of
ficial dispatch htiH been received at
headquarters concerning affairn on the
Talu up to April 2S. It follows: "Of
ficial reports rccolved during tho lost
fow day.s stato that on April 22 a move
ment was necn among Iho Japanese
troops on the Talu, small detachments
movinar on tho left bank. On April 23
larger bodies concentrated opposite
Wlju nnd tho Japanose proceeded to
cross ' by small detachments. About
two companies with a small body of
cavalry crossed at Siaopoussllchc. From
tho evening of April 21 onward reports
began to como In to the effect that tho
enemy was preparing" to crocs at
"Wlju, Turen Cheng and Tchao Chen
"On tho following day the Japanese
endeavored to throw bridges aerdss, the
eastern "arm1 of the Yalu opposite Turen
Cheng and Slaopoussikhe. Toward 3
o'clock in the afternoon they occupied
tho Island of Somallnda nnd spent the
night of April 2C on nn inland north of
"Tho Japanese, who numbored 1500,
woro rccolved by the fire of our light
cavalry, who, being numerically Infer
ior, took boats and crossed to the rlcht
bank, whence they kept up a lively fire,
occupying: a narrow, pafh ulong the
bank, sheltered by n sharp ascent. Our
light cavalry lost the ohlcf of the de
tachment, Lieut. SomenoPf, and eighteen
men woundod, but their sevcro tire at
short range against the Japanese Sn
close formation must have Inflicted
"At 3:30 a. m. April 2fi, by their firing
on tho Island opposite Turen Cheng,
cur guns destroyed tho bridge ucross
tho eastern branch of the Yalu toward
the island of Somallnda, forcing tho
Japanese to continue their passage of
tho river by pontoqns couth of "Wlju.
Toward midday a detachment of Jap
anese, with a battery of artillery, began
a march upon Turen Cheng, but, meet
ing with the fire of our artillery, they
retired in disorder and confusion toward
tho place of their passage. The Japan
ese battery did not havo time even to
come into action.
"At 9 o'clock in the evening of April
27 some threo battalions of the Japan
ese crossed the Yalu at the -Ullage of
Matoutseo, over tho eastern branch of
tho river. Tho night of April 27-2S
Hiffli-Priced Collection of Portraits
of Womon. Reputed to Possess
N"EW YORK. April 30. Miss Isabollo
Dorothea Cameron, daughter of tho
late Sir Roderick Camoron, lias Just
received from tho publishers tho
authors numbor of "Tho American Beauty
It contains 'portraits of olghty-scvcn
women, decided by a commlttoe of artlsta
to bo tho most beautiful in tho country.
Miss Cameron devoted eighteen months
to tho preparation of tho book and tho
settlement ojf dotalls. In ordor that tho
work might fulfill Its mission adequately,
andf bo a genuine "Book of Beauty," Mlsa
Camoron enlisted tho old of six Judges,
chosen from among tho representative
artists of Now York.
To them wuh allotted tho tank of select
ing tho portraits offered as worthy of con
sideration. They studied perfection of
features, form, graco, carriage and style
as theeo wero the standards established
for oomparlson and from tho dictum of
tho Judges thoro was no appeal.
Out or olcven of tho prlnclpnl cltlca of
tho United StatcB fifty-four portraits were
selected from Now York, two from Bea
ton, two from Ualtlmoro, ono from Al
bany, four from Washington, two from
Colorado, eight from Philadelphia, threo
from Chicago, four from Kentucky, four
'from Virginia and ond from Georgia. That
other oltloii wero not Included In tho col
leollon Is duo to limited space.
Thoro are three' edltionH of tho book.
Th first, which costs $500, Id limited to
twonty-ilvo coniea, It ia bound In throe
quarter crushed French levant In a rich
ohndo of green. Hand-tooled designs or
nnmont tho sides nnd back. With this
edition tho purchasor gots flvo miniature
portraits oj! women whoso names' are In
tho original eighty-seven. Tho autograph
of caoh woman Is printed undor her pic
ture. For $109 ono may buy the half-calf edi
tion, while tho oloth edition, bound in
heavy green buckram, costs $45.
Id Colon Fire
Claims Come Up
Amorican Interests Want United
States to Deduct the Amount Dao
Thorn FTom. Canal Fund.
XnTYABHINGTON, April CO.-Secretary
wiy Hay heard argument today by at
y y tornoys representing the American
Interests Involved In the Colon firo
claim. Thcso attorneys havo formally re
quested tho secretary to deduct tho
amount of their claims from the fund of
$10,000,000 which Is to bo paid by tho
United States to Panamn on tho ground
that tho Inhabitants of tho Republic of
Panama, while In Insurrection against tho
Colombian Government, wero responsible
for the destruction of Colon by fire twenty
years ago, with the resulting loss to
American property-owners. These claims
havo been presented several times In ro
cent years to tho Colombian Govern
went, which has repudiated them as grow
ing out of the acts of tho Insurgents, so
that tho present mothod of bringing them
forward la new. Socrclary Hay promised
careful consideration to the claims, but
has decided that thoy must bo consldorcd
entirely apart from the canal negotia
tions and as Congress has made a speci
fic appropriation of $10,000,000 for Panama,
no deduotlon can bo mado from that ap
propriation by tho oxccutlvo on account of
any other claims.
Anglicizing Japan. ' .
A Japaneso Minister, now in his own
country, has Just taken decisive measures
to root the national customs, tho national
social ceremonies out of his own house
hold. Ho has engaged an English lady,
not as governess, but entirely to sot tho
example of English manners to his child
ren. English manners are In truth so ex
ceedingly vaguo and negative that no
written code could possibly give an idea
of them. Nothing but tho very genius of
mimicry could possibly grasp them.
Thorefore, tho sons and daughters sit
around and watch tho Englishwoman. Her
employer has built her an EugllBh house
no English that It reproduces tho houso
representing our domestic architecture at
the last Paris International. Tho young
students walk In duly with their- dusty
boots and sit on chairs. Whoovcr wishes
to hear tho courtesies of Japaneso speech
'Your honorable dinner Is sorved, "Your
honorable hot water Is ready" should
make haste. London Dolly Chronicle.
Rang niol Call
to Get Son to Bed
ITow Yorker Adopts a Unique
Motliod to Compel Son to
N'E"W YORK, April 30. Patrolman
Hawkins of the "West Forty-seventh
street station, hurriedly re
nponded to a riot call Oils evening
from tho Strathmoro apartment-houee,
at Fifty-second street and Broadway.
"When ho arrived thero he did not find
a riot, !ut a worried father who wanted
help in putting his son to bed. He waa
Dr. William II. Porter, a professor and
demonstrator at , tho Post-Graduato
Hospital college. Tho oon, Frederick
Porter, lo 19 years old. The father said
he could not mako him go to bed and
that lfo must have assistance.
"Why don't you go to bed when your
father tells you to?" asked Hawkins.
"Because I want to take a little walk
down Broadway," replied the boy can
didly. Hawkins was the picture of righteous
indignation. "What an idea," he ex
claimed, as though the thought appalled
him. "And you only 10 years old. No
wonder your .poor father sent In a riot
call. Somo day ho will have to call
out tho militia to keep you In check.
Want to walk down Broadway, do you?
Woll, It Is to the bed of yours, and you
can't get there too quick to be uafe."
Frederick went to bed and Hawkins
went back much slower than ho had
The visit of President Loubbt of
Franco to the King of Jtaly has been
made the occasion of many demonstra
tions to show the strong bonds of amity
which exist between the two leading
Nominated for Congress.
Twenty-second Pennsylvania district
George F. Huff, Republican, renominated.
TJAJTN. Siberia, April 36 Transporta
tion across Lake Baikal Is lnterruptod
through tho break up of tho Ice four days
BROCKTON. Mass., April 30. Daniel S.
Howard, a retired shoo manufacturer and
considered one of tho wealthiest men In
New England, died today, aged 5 years.
King Peter of Servia.
i It!,sftated In Belgrade that King Pe ter, who some time ago took courage and discharged from tho military ser
vice col. Dumlan Popevltch, the leader of the assassins of the late King Alexander, has become so nervous that ho
Uontota; "" He BufCera terribly Irorn lack of .sleep and lives constantly in, fear of an attack byjthe revolu-v
Greatest of Lace Saks. 3
V Ono of How York's largtxjfc importers closed out to ns 6400 of tha fine Piatt Vol lacw ana ijP
- - sortions and imitation Torchon laco3 and insertions. Ufla i
A beautiful assortment of patterns, two to six inches Tride. .yl
" All of which go on solo MONDAY in two grand lots, at following prices: fflf
LOT NO. 1 2800 yards of fine Piatt Val laces and insertions, two to sis inches wide hand
H patterns, that seU'reulai-ly for 1G, 20, 25 centG per yard ' aac"a M
e Sd Monday and Week at Ik Per Yd. I
LOT 2TO. 2 3600 yards, fino imitation Torchon laces and insertions, ono to live inches Tdd i W
cholco varioty of patterns, that you usually pay 10, 15 and 20 cents per yard m
: 1 Monday m4 Week for 5c Yard. 1
J HIillHmilllll IHWW I I i H-H-t-H II I I m I I II I I I I t II H I I I II u "-hh-h
WASHINGTON, April SO. Secretary
Shaw this afternoon mado an additional
call on depositors' banks for ten per cent
of their holdjngu on acoount of tho Pana
ma canal purchase.
SING SING, N. T., April 20 Samuel
Parks, tho former walking delegate of
the Structural Iron W6rkero' union In
New York, Is dying at tno hospital at
Sing Sing. Ho Is suffering from con
cumntlon. "ttUSHINGTON. April CO. It has been
decided to send a mllllarj attache to Haytl
and Santo Domingo and for this duty
Capt. Charles Young, Ninth cavalry, has
been colected. That ofllcer has been on
duty at tho Presidio at San Francisco.
He la a negro, a graduate of the military
NTETW YORK, April 30. Arrangements
were perfected loday by tho financial In
torosta which recently formed a syndi
cate to bid for the 37,000.000 city bonda
which are to be olfercd next Tuesday.
inSSOUDA. Mont.. April SO. John Pe
ters, who, It is alleged. Killed Alex tsrown
during a dispute over grazing lands, has
surrendered to Sheriff Thompson.
"WASHINGTON, April 20. Delegates
from many of the States attended tho
convontlon of the Theosophlcal Society of
America, which opened hero today.
CANTON, O., April 30. Mlncr3 of tho
Tuscarawas district, about 2CO0 In number,
quit work tonight until an agreemont Is
reached on tho scale. The trouble Is over
tho machlno rate. An agreement Is ex
pected to bo , reached next week.
WASHINGTON, April 30. Tho Presi
dent has approved tho sentence of dlo
mlssal Imposed by courtmartlal In tho
cose of Second Lieut. Lawrence K. Gran
nan of tho Philippine scouts. convlctcdVof
NEW YORK. April 30. Tho Illinois so
ciety of the city of Now York gave a
banquet tonight at Dolmonlco'3 In honor
of Its newly-elected president, Melville B.
WASHINGTON, April 30. Postmaster
General Payne returned to his desk at tho
Postoftlco department today.
ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.. April CO. Tho
strlko situation here among tho machin
ists and hollormakers Is unchanged to
night. Strikers nero Donevo inai a gen
5 eral strike ordor will be promulgated next
WASHINGTON, April CO. William A.
Dcano of California has beon appointed
superintendent of tho Indian warehouso
at Son Francisco at $2000 a year.
BUT1'E, Mont., April 30. A light fall of
snow ushered out April hero .today.
NEW YORK. April 30. The regular
quarterly dividend of 131 per cent on
Great Northern slock was announced
NEW YORK, April 30. The suspen
sion of the firm of W. E. Woodend &
Co. was announced on the stock ex
CHICAGO, April CO. A write of habeas
corpus, securod at the last moment, pre
vented tho extradition of Capt. John
Henly, mine promoter and Alaskan ex
plorer, from Chicago to Now York today,
SAN FRANCISCO, April CO. The sen
tence of Mra. Cordolla Botkln for tho
murder of Mrs, J. P. Dunning was today
postponed until May 9. W. A. Botkln,, her
divorced husband, died suddenly last
SAN FRANCISCO. April 30. A firo
broko out this afternoon on Ashbury
holcrhts near Golden Gate park and rapid
ly Bprcod to several residences and did
INDIANAPOLIS, April 30 Tho Colo
rado sltuatlpn was again taken up at to
day's session of the National Kxecutlvo
Board of United Mine Workers. OfJlccrs
announced this afternoon that nothing
had been done that may bo mado public.
WASHINGTON. April ' CO. Delcgato
Rodey of New Moxlco called on the Presi
dent today to urgo that before the addi
tional (Federal judgo of the Territory re
contly 'provlded for by Congress waa ap
pointed ho would glvo consideration to tho
choico of tho people of New Mexico.
SAN FRANCISCO. "April SO. Tho "United
States railroads today rejected tho request
of tho Carmen's union to submit to arbi
tration tho differences still existing be
tween them, stating that every proposi
tion has been made.
BOSTOIC, April 30. Horace B. Shattuck.
of Lowell, doing business as Horace B.
Shattuck ifc, Son, dealers in hardware.
Hied a voluntary petition Jn bankruptcy
today. Tho liabilities are stated a& $240,-
000 and assets $210,000.
LOS ANGELES. Cal.. April CO. Bishops
Charles C. McCabe of Washington, D. C,
and Stephen -M, .Merrill of Novyark, N. J.,
aro the first of tho distinguished mombera
of the Methodist general conference,
which meets next Tycsday, to arrivo In
WASHINGTON. April 30. Neafio and
Levy, tho builders of tho Denver, have
applied to the Navy department for au
thority to hold a third trial, in the hope
that the vessel will attain a speed of
KILKENNY. Ireland. rAprIl 30. King
Edward and Queen Alexandra, having
completed their visit to Dublin, arrived
hero today and had tho hoartle.it recep
tion. The town' was filled with .thousands
of people from tho surrounding 'country.
MANILA, April 3). ThcInsular Demo
cratic convention has indorsed fho ad
ministration of Gov. Luko E. "Wright, and
haa selected delegates to attend thrt con
vention at St. LouIb. It has also ex
pressed Uaolf- In favor of a Territorial
form of Eovernmont for he islands.
1 TORONTO. Ont., April 30. Final steps
havo boon taken by tho Order of Railroad
Telegraphers employed on tho Grand
Trunk that aiay lead to a tlo'-up of tho
entire Hho. A request has been jnndc to
tho Minister of Labor for the apnolntmont
of a conciliatory committee to Inquire Into
tho dlffloolUca. '
FALMOUTHEng April 0 Tito-Span-
1 Scirg&iit Sale I
Our Stock is the Largest I
i and Prices the LowesUi
j 140 MAIN' ST I
xJ-ft"f ltTi tl M T "TC IT! n 1 71 1 n I 1
Mrs. Alice Hess of Brighton, Salt lako County, filed this ckhft C
with us and wo collected the money next day, together Titi J't
J S37.10 attorney's fees. ( jfe
$ tKiiJiff-yM'H i'iI MIWMBMMmTi-fffjrTfMM
I Writ8 or Call on Us and We p
I Will Collect, Sora for You. p
1 Merchants' Protective Association!?
0 Sciontifia Collectors of Bad Dobts. gyp!
FRA2TCIS G-. LTJEE, General Hanger. If5 1
Top PIoot- Commercial Bank Building. 'Phones 144 and 164. Madj
g "Somo People Don't Like Us."
I lsh etcamer Zozpiralc Bat was mink off
tho Sicily iHlands yesterday eveninpr In a
collision v.ith tho British steamer Crczyl,
bound from Cardiff for Buenos Ayras.
Thirteen lives wero lost.
ST. PETERSBURG, April CO. Tho ab
aenco of teleprama from Rcar-Admlrol
loHzon this mornlnc is resarded at the
Admiralty aji proof that tho J.ipanoao
havo not attempted. to bombard Vladivos
tok. of State today approved the ' regulations
Tor tho observance of neutrality by Nor
way during: . tho Russo-Japaneso war.
STOCKHOLXr. April 0. King- Oscar
has signed a decroo declaring striot neu
trality, between Japan and Russia during"
tho waa-. The decroo is similar in torma
to that issued by tho Danish Government
ST. PETERSBURG, April 20.An Im
perial decree haa been Issued ordering- tho
formation of a third Siberian corps.
PARIS. April SO. Tho prlvato view of
tho salon of the society of ITrench artists
occurred at tho Grand Palais today. Tills
ia tho traditional salon, whereas that
opened rccontly represents tho vounff or
Independent elomont. An unusually largo
number of American pictures wero soon.
ODESSA. April 20. A court-martial has
sentenced Col. Audrolanaf to the loss of
his rank and civil rights, and to bo Ira
prisoned for two and a half years for 're
PEKING. April no. It Is declared hero
that certain Russian officials aro circulat
inc a story accusing' China of having
made a secret treaty with Japan regard
ing tho port of Amoy and tho provinco of
NAPLES, April SO. King- Victor Eta
manuol visited Roar Admiral' Evohb on
tho battleship Kentucky today, remaining
on board half an hour, expressing his
plca3uro at having an Amorican warship
Droaent at tho naval revlow j'osterday and
saying many cracious things of his Amer-n
ST. PETERSBURG. April 30. The pop- j
ular enthuplaBm ovor tho survivors of the
Varlag and Korletz continues. Today Im
monso crowds witnessed their departure
on board an Imperial yacht to Cronatadt,
where. thoy will be ontertalncd.
MOSCOW, April 30. Tho Slavonlo so
clotx haa aent a deputation to America to
present diplomas to the P'ySR
ODhllcs, Jermlah ICIttrick. Ctu-A Wl.
foundor of the chair of Slaj fW c
tho Chicago university, ami irXrWfbs
pek, chairman of tho Pan-stt pjai
BAIN" IS ALWAYS ON '!SS
People in Panama Know
Expect a Shower. ft
In fow places on rte,"MJ
woathcr prophet as caf; a J
amo. In that part of , tht tj $t
always tell to a certainty at
expect a downpour of rain. jBkcij,
every afternoon It Is duo ar.d U
falls to be on time. . jt,
This Is tho rule lVlwh
season. Tho morning f AkKL- :
except from 3 till 6 o 'clocX "MSre
thinks of carrying an.uIf..i-m Wr ,
Not 0 at Colon, only'0,? i Vilti
away. There It rains all th Ms
tho rainy season and It fU & mi:
pours. Water cornea i down 07 'MT?3 t
otful. At Panama "ftrfMh
In tho neighborhood of jfoJ MPttth
that of Colon la twenty-one ih Lt
comos In llvo months-an ac
feet a month. . thii Wfcj-j
It Is humorously ea id of Coaflf tllQLCI
it takes tho neoplo aU tlio r;- M)'
after tho rainy a80 hei u fc
In the dry Ecason tha w d
tho mcroury rang ng from t,
grces day and nlghL rU?iidmtoi ,i
once In the temperature m,
It is possible to adapt onH ifM
dltlous of tho pIrfcoflBd 'ne 2 11
fascination about it that, in U?J!tr,
somo people, seems to W",
Origin of aJSTeJifc.
Chomits at ono time KeptM
troleum wns formed in the U) j,
earth by the aoUon of w&t a Jlo
metolllo carbons In . Xnte-J f&to
Now this atatomont IB cMiw Mijwj
geiloglstH, who contend j5JcVo3.JC 2 '
9ie result of tho P""'
, mals which ( &rt.m5to;
enormous caudysmsj ijML.!,
Mount Pelee. TMb uphearf flPK "
Englor. burled UIobs m 4Bfc
qundrupcdfi, llza' 3!rt jM J
monstcw. and u$!a$tWM$&t
years that havo elooaea tm.,
bodies of these anlmola d ef ,
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