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LONDON PAGEANT PAGEANTTO PAGEANTTO PAGEATTO T
TO AWE A WE WORLD WORLDGigantic WORLDGigantic WORLDGigantic
Gigantic Plans Under Way Wayfor Wayfor
for Historical Event EventAT EventAT EventAT
AT FESTIVAL OF THE EMPIRE EMPIREil EMPIRECrHtnl ENYIRECrystal
Crystal il Palace Pnlno Scenes to < o Over Overshadow Oersl1nIIou Overalladow ¬
shadow Any Au of Previous Years and andthe nnelthe andthe
the Trend of the Times Is to Be BeDelineated DeDellnented BeDelineated
Delineated In Glittering and Fascinating Fas Fascinating ns nsclllntlng ¬
cinating Productions ProductionsLondon IrodnctlonnLo roductlonaLoon
London Loon Lo on Jan 22 220ne One of the most pic picturesque picturesque picturosque ¬
turesque events of the year ea will bo the thehistorical thellstorlcal thelistorical
historical pageant of London which ie ieto ieto leto
to be the central featura of the t e Festival Festivalof FesU1of
of Empire at the Crystal Palace in the thesummer theSUmmer theSummer
SummerAfter SUmmerAtter summer summerAfter
After months of careful research by a acommittee acommittee acommittee
committee over which Mr G Lawrence LawrenceGomme LawrenceGomme LawrenceGomme
Gomme the clerk of the London county countycouncil countycouncil countycouncil
council and himself a a distinguished an antiquary antlqu8rp aniiquary ¬
tiquary presides the full list of scenes sceneshas scenoshas sceneshas
has now been completed These have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been handed over In rough form to Mr MrFrank MrFrank MrFrank
Frank Lascelles Las eJle6 the master of the pa pageant pageant pageant ¬
geant who will be responsible for their theirarrangement theirarrangement theirarrangement
arrangement having hvln two historians to toguldo toguide toguide
guide him in the details Mr Lascelles Lascellesit
it will be recalled produced most sue successfully SUQtssrully suecrssfully ¬
cessfully the Canadian pageant for the theQuebec theQuebec theQuebec
Quebec tercentenary celebrations The Thechairman Thechairman Thechairman
chairman of the general council of the thepageant thepageant thepageant
pageant is the Earl of Plymouth and andassociated andsoclted andAssociated
associated soclted with him are the Duke of ofFife ofFife ofFife
Fife the Duke of Devonshire Lord LordStrathcona LordStrathcona LordStrathcona
Strathcona and others othersMore othersore othersMore
More ore than an idea that will contribute contributeto
to the success of the undertaking has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been borrowed from Wagnerian Wa nerilln opera operaThe operaThe operaThe
The pageant to be produced at the Crys Crystal Crstal Crystal ¬
tal Palace is to be in twentjfour scenesarranged scenes scenesarranged seonesarran
arranged arran ed in a cycle of three series after afterthe afterthf afterthe
the > Wagnerian method A steam cloud cloudcurtain cloudurtaln cloudcurtain
curtain will be used to close each sceneIn scene sceneIn SeneIn
In all no fewer than 15609 persons par participate particIpate participate ¬
ticipate in the display displayResins displaTne displayBegins
Resins ne hH with i Earliest Date DateOpening DateOpenift DateOpening
Opening with the dawn of history hlstor the thepageant thopageant thepageant
pageant first presents a a scene of prehistorh pre prehistoric prehitorlc ¬
historic London with the great forest forestto forestto forestto
to the north ICing Led the legendary legendaryfounder l legendaryfounder endar endarfounder
founder of the city ell is the only character characterstaged characterFtaged characterstaged
staged for whose hose authenticity authenticlt no respon responsibility responsibiUh responsibility ¬
sibility is taken Afterward come the theRomans theRomans theRomans
Romans who lay the true foundations foundationsof foun < < latlons latlonsof
of Londinium It is shown under two twophases twopha twophasesby
phases pha phasesby > > by the sacrifice offered to Diana Dianaand Dianain Dianaand
and in < l then bjLa bg u picture of the fater later ater Roman Romanage Romanage Romanage
age when Christianity had been intro introduced Introducfd introduced ¬
duced and the strategic importance of ofthe ofthf ofthe
the capital came to be realized and Its itssfortifications Itsfortifications Itsfortiftcatlon
fortifications undertaken undertakenSaxon undertakenaxon undertakenSaxon
Saxon axon London is to be reconstructed a aft 8 8H at
ft t iking incident being bein the meeting of the thecitizens theitlzpn8 thecitizens
citizens in the FolkmooL Folkmo l The Danish Danishinvasion Danlahima Danishinvasion
invasion ima lon provides perhaps the most mostdramatic moetdramatic mostdramatic
dramatic scene in lathe the pageant The river riverup riverup riverup
up which the Vikings sailed cannot be bebrought bebrought bebrought
brought to th t the Crystal Cry Ll PaWe but th thlakes the thelakes thelakes
lakes in the grounds ound will m be utilized and amtspectators andspectators aIMIpfctator
spectators pfctator will witness London Bridge Bridgebreak Bridgebreak Bridgebreak
break in the middle and the defenders defendershurled defendershurled defendershurled
hurled into the water waterThe waterThe waterThe
The scene lICenecloses close with the passing pu lng of the thedead theI
I dead Olaf up the river King Harold Haroldmarches Haroldmarchell Haroldmarches
marches out toward the south to meet meetWilliam meetWilliam meetWilliam
William of Normandy Normand after which the theconqueror theonqueror theconqueror
conqueror enters with his army Medieval Medievalsports Medievalforts Medievalsports
sports and a brilliant scene depicting a atournament at atournament
tournament t in Cheapekle before Edward EdwardIII EdwanIIII EdwardIII
III and Queen Philippa are later stages stagesof stagesot stagesof
of London life with which hleh Part I closes closesThe closesThe closesThe
The Pilgrims PiJ rhn Ride RideVery IUcleYery RideVery
Very picturesque will b be th t the ride of ofChaucers ofChaucers ofChaucers
Chaucers Canterbury Pilgrims with withwhich withwhich ith ithwhich
which the succeeding part opens For a aciif a ahle acivic
civic hle > pageant typical of the
o most ex extravagant extrayagant extravagant ¬
travagant and luxurious period of Eng English EngHsh English ¬
lish history Charles Ricketts has been beeninvited beeninvited beeninvited
invited to design de tgn the costumes Wat WatTylers 1YatTyltrs WatTylers
Tylers rebellion furnished some stirring stirringscenes stirringscenes stirringscenes
scenes then King Henrik V returns returnsfrom returnsfom returnsfom
fom Agincourt with all the opportunities opportunitiesfor
for military display which such an event eventaffords eventaffords eventaffords
affords affordsThe affordsThe affordsThe
The close of the wars of the Roses is isBhovn Ishown Isshown
shown by the return of King Henry VII VIIafter YIIafttr VIIafter
after the defeat and death of Richard at atBosworth atBosworth atEasworth
Bosworth Field Then the dawn of the theera thera theera
Eng era ra of great discoveries the Merrle Eng England EngIan ¬
land Ian of the early years etlrs of Henry VIIIsreign VIIIs VIIIsreign VIIIsrellP1
reign and the spacious days of GreatEliabeth Great GreatElizabeth GreatEHzabeth
Elizabeth which hleh follow are all to be pre prefer prefented prerented ¬
rented fer ted in turn turnIn turnIn turnIn
In its later history London becomes becomesmore becomesMort becomesr7ore
more drab but there is yet 3 et a Ii strong strongappeal stron stronappeal strongappeal
appeal to be made through the eye The Thethird Thethird Thethird
third and concluding eoneludln part of the pageant pageantleaving pageantIpaving pageantleaving
leaving Shakespeare Shake petlre and his players at atthe atthe t tthf
the Globe Theater Theaterto to be accurately rep represented represlntedwlll representedwill ¬
resented reslntedwlll will indicate the foundation fOQndaU n of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the East India Company with tae return returnofCapL returnoCapL returnof
ofCapL of Capt LancasterScenes Lancaster LancasterScenes LancuterScencll
Scenes from VirginiaThe Virginia VirginiaThe IrflnlnThe
The central episode in the subsequent subsequentbeginnings sub subsequentbeginnings equent equenthpglnnlngs
beginnings of the empire yill be found foundin foundIn foundin
in the connection of Virginia and the thenfw thenfW thenew
nfw colony with the city exemplified by bythe bythe bythe
the masque given in honor of PrincessPocahontas Princess PrincessPooahontas PrincessPocahontat
Pocahontas the famous Red Indian Indian prin princess prlnSS princess ¬
cess SS who was married to an English Englishman Englishman Englishpan ¬
man manPlague manPlague panPlague
Plague and fire depict the naming of ofold ofoM ofold
old London and with closing eJo ing scenes of ofthe oftt oftle
the capture of Quebec and the death of ofWolfe ofolfe ofWolfe
Wolfe olfe and Montcalm of Capt Cook leav leaving lelLving leaving ¬
ing Deptford on an expedition to the theSouth theSouth theSouth
South Seas and of the nagging of Na Napoleon NIQlffin Napoleon ¬
poleon Qlffin the pageant comes to o an end with withan withnn withan
an allegorical tableau depicting < < the thegathering thegathering thegathering
gathering of the colonies around the themother themother themother
mother countryNULLS country countryNULLS countryNULIS
NULLS POWER OF EXPLOSIVE EXPLOSIVEParis
a
Paris Jan 22 22An 2 An n Important invention inventionaffecting inventionatrNting inventionaffecting
affecting warfare Is recorded to the credit creditof creditIf creditof
of If Prof Turpin the Inventor nv6ntor of melinite melinitethe mellnltethe melinitethe
the explosive mainly used by the French Frencharmy French2rm Frenchsrmy
army 2rm and ant navy navyBy navyBy navyBy
By his method floating mines may ma be beautomatically beautomatically beautomatically
automatically rendered harmless whey wheytiiey wheyt wheythey
they t 1e accidentally aceldentall break away from their theirmoorings theirmoorings theirmoorings
moorings mooringsThe mooringsThe
The invention im entiori I is likely to be of the theprotest thogratest thegrratest
protest value In preventing disasters to toiwrchant toIHf tomerchant
merchant IHf rhant vessels ves ols in the time of war The Theidea ThehIta TheIdea
idea is also applicable to torpedoes which whichould whichtould whichWould
Would ould be rendered incapable IlKap ble of doing dam damage damage damage ¬
age after two hours immersion In the thewater thewater thep
p water
Classified < < l by Bye and Ear EarRome EnrRome EarRome
Rome Jan 22 Prof Ugo Plzzoll an anItalian anItalian anItalian
Italian pedagogue has discovered that thatschool thatfIhool thatschool
school children may be divided into two twopsychological twopsychological twopsychological
psychological classes oIas S which he calls the theoptical theoptical theoptical
optical and the auricular The first class classembraces classembraces classembraces
embraces those who gain their strongest strongestimpressions strongestfmpr strongestimpressions
fmpr impressions lons by sight and the other by the theea theear
ea ear
1 1U
U Ui u uIN
IN NO MANS i LAND LANDThe LANDThe LANDThe
The man who hit Bill Patterson from his lookout on on high re remarked remarked remarked ¬
marked Some stranger coming here methinks I do descry descrycome descrycome escry escrycome
come hither Mistress RIistressGunness Gunness your eyes are clear and bright brightlike brightlike i i1ike
like hawks I Iswowwhat swow what thinkest thou of this approaching approachingwight approachingwight approachingw
wight w lght lghthis She gazed for many minutes minutes and cried Im 1 at a loss losshis losshis
his likeness to determine determinecome come hither Charlie Ross I I Then ThenCharlies ThenCharlies ThenCharlies
Charlies eagle vision took in the distant plains I fear me its an anagent anagent anagent
agent what think you Thornton Hains He beareth many bun bundles bundles bundies ¬
dles and grips and other traps he may be selling razors or atlases at atlases atlases ¬
lases on qrmaps maps Meanwhile the weary weary eary stranger pressed on his hisrocky hislocky hisrocky
rocky Way ay his eyes were full of sorrow his face was stern and andgray andgray andgray
gray and as the shadows gathered he came to No Mans Inn InnWhat InnI innWhat
What would you quoth Dame D me Gunness with most forbidding forbiddinggrin forbiddinggrin forbiddinggrin
I grin I need n ed no patent mousetrap I would not buy a beok Fear Fearnot FearI FearnQt Fear11Qt
I
not replied the stranger for I am Dr DrCook Cook Im weary wear from frommy frommy frommy
my journey where perils did abound here with me are the rec records records records ¬
ords of lands I havent found and photographs of mountains that thatI
I have never seen and poles and parallaxes that dont exist I Iween Iween Iween
ween We Ve have a reputation we must m st maintain old hoss 1 And Andshoo Andshoo Andshoo
shoo cried Mrs Gunness and shoo cried Charlie Ross RossCfcpyrijfc RossCopjJilh Rosscopmaht
Cfcpyrijfc 1918 br Geoore Matthew Adam VALT MASON 1IAsoxU
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SHIPS TO BE LARGEST LARGESTVessels LARGESTV LARGESTVessels
Vessels V e sels Under Construction Constructionin
in Belfast l e1fast to Surpass All AllFOE AllFOR AllFOR
FOR TRANSATLANTIC SERVICE SEEVICEOlympic SERVICEOlnplc SERVICEOlympic
Olympic and Titanic Will Have Ton Tonnnsre TGDnn Tonnnge
nnsre nn e Twice as Great an the Maure Maureiania Mauretania Iaureinnln
tania and Lnnitanla and Former FormerWill FormerWill
Will 111 He Ready Rend for Launching In InAnjfimt InAngulltOther inAugustOther
Anjfimt AngulltOther Other Year Later LaterLondon LaterLondon LaterLondon
London Jan 22Whl1e 22 While the navy 1Ml departments de departments deJHlrtments ¬
partments of various governments are aretrying aretrying aretrying
trying to outdo each eachot other In the building buildingof
of mammoth battle ships the transAt transAtlantic transAtlanUc transAtlantic ¬
lantic companies are not IdltS IdltSGreat Idl IdlGreat idit iditGreat
Great strides are being made at Harland Har Harland Harland
land Wolffs shipyards in Belfast in intKe InUie intire
tire construction of the two White Star Starleviathans Starleviathans Starleviathans
leviathans Olympic and Titanic which whichare whichare whichare
are to surpass in tonnage and size the theMauretania therauretanla titeMauretania
Mauretania and her sister ship the Lust Lusitania Lusltanla Lusttania
tania taniaThe tanlaThe taniaThe
The Olympic will be ready for launch launching launching launching
ing In August and the Titanic at the end endof endof endof
of next year eftr The following are the thedimensions thedimensions thedimensions
dimensions of each vessel compared with withother withother
other gigantic liners
Length LengthTonmzB Le1IgtllTG9Me LeiiethTonsaa
TonmzB in feet feetOtjMpie feetObpic feetotnaic
OtjMpie 6000 601 + 18 HO 140narie 0 0TUufe
TUufe 11 6009 SO SO1MInICaI 110alurecsak 40 40MmtroUwbi
MmtroUwbi 1MInICaI a 31933 n9J ltd ltdLsMtaela TECLmtaMfe 7eeLMta
LmtaMfe LMta < v 31I60 7C 7CAdriatic 7S 7Se TicAdriatic
Adriatic e 4J5U I 1511 l J09 J09Iteitie i iBut 709liskie < <
Iteitie c 236 m mBut 8 8But
But it is in the appointments of the new newvessels newvessels
vessels v els that the greatest interest centers centersThey centersThey
They are not to be built for speed but butJfor buttor butfor
for the comfort and convenience of passengers pas passengers p5seng ¬
sengers seng sengers rs
sengersFive
Five Thousand Passenger PassengerThere IasscngersThere
There will bee greater deck and cabin cabinspace cabinspace cabinspace
space Each ship will be able to carry carry5k
5000 persons and the crew of each will willnumber willnumber 111 111number
number 600 600The 600The O0The
The ships will be floating hotels hotelsThey hotelsThe hotelsThey
They The are the first liners to afford their theirpatrons theirpatrons theirpetronsthe
patrons petronsthe the luxuries of a a swimming bath bathsufficiently bathsufficiently bathsufficiently
sufficiently deep to permit of diving divingCabins divingCabins divingCabins
Cabins aro to be constructed with private privateshower privateshower privateshower
shower and slipper baths bathsA bathsA bathsA
A commodious and wellappointed gym gymnasium gmna gymnasium ¬
nasium na tum is to give voyagers an opportu opportunity opportunity opportunity ¬
nity for daily exercise while spacious spaciousplayrooms spacIousplrooms spaciousplayrooms
playrooms decorated with panels repre representing representing represeating ¬
senting fairy fa I rJ tales and popular fables fableswill fableswill fableswill
will be provided for the children childrenDrawingrooms chUdronDrawlngrooms childrenDrawingrooms
Drawingrooms smokingrooms and a alibrary 2 2lIbrnry alibrary
library are to be at the disposal of the thevoyagers theotagers thevoyagers
voyagers One of the decks will be de devoted devoted devoted ¬
voted to an extensive ballroom and andaltould andIIhould andshould
should the fashion prevail a large skat skatIng skatIng skating
Ing rink will tys provided providedIn
In a sentence passengers may skate skatedance skatedance skatedance
dance smoke swim and dive and prac practice prnctice practice ¬
tice the arts of physical culture at their theirwill theirwill theirwill
will willThere
There are of course to be many din diningrooms dInIngrooms diningrooms ¬
ingrooms The principal one which is isto Isto isto
to be elaborately decorated will seat no nofewer nofewer nofewer
fewer than 800 00 This is to be the most mostcommodious mostcommodious mostcommodious
commodious apartment on the ship shipCOMING shipCOMING shipCOMING
COMING WITH YSOBEL YSOBELMnAcnfrnlN YSOBELcognl YSOBELMascagnis
MnAcnfrnlN cognl New Play PIn to Be Produced Producedin
in America AmericaHomo AnH AmericaRome rlca rlcaRonlO
Homo Jan 21 A new opera op ra by Mas Masc Mascagni 8S 8Scagnl
c cagnl gni is to be produced next n t December D ember in inAmerica InAmorlca inAmerica
America Mascagni who has just signed signeda
a contract with Liebler Co will him himself hlmsel himself ¬
self sel go to the United States to superin superintend superintend superintend ¬
tend rehearsals and conduct performances performancesThe
The title of the new opera is Ysobel uYsobelthe Ysobelthe Ysobelthe
the story being founded on Tennysons Tennysonspoem Tennysonspoem Tennysonspoem
poem Godiva adapted by b Librettist LibrettistLuigi LibrettistLuigi LibrettistLuigi
Luigi Illica IllicaIt IlUcaIt IllicaIt
It Is said the contract Mascagni has hassigned hassigned hassigned
signed involves the largest fee ever paid paidas paids paidas
as s royalty for a musical work and the thelargest thelargest thelargest
largest salary ever paid to a composer composerto
to act as musical director directorKAISER directorKAISER directorKAISER
KAISER SHOWS DISFAVORBerlin DISFAVOR DISFAVORBerlin DISFAVORBerlin
Berlin Jan 22Tho 21 Tho Kaiser did not at attend attend attend ¬
tend the recent marriage of the reigning reigningGrand reigningGrond reigningGrand
Grand Duke of SaxeWeimar Sa eVelmar with Ilh thePrincess the thePrincess thePrlnce
Princess Prlnce of SaxeMelningen His absence absencewas absencewas absencewas
was due it is said to the circumstance circumstancethat circumstancethat circumstancethat
that the brides father Duke George II IIof IIor IIof
of SaxeMeinlngen s xe Ieinlngen has a morganatic morganaticwife morganaticwife morganaticwife
wife Helene Franz who was once an anactress anactress anactress
actress and was born of commoners al although although although ¬
though she was made Baroness von on Held Heldburg Heldburg Heldburg
burg on the day she married the duke dukeNow dukeNow dukeNow
Now the Kaisers own sister Princess PrincessCharlotte PrincessCharlotte PrincessCharlotte
Charlotte married Prince Bernard the theeldest theeldest theeldest
eldest son of Duke George and she meets meetsthe meetsthe meetsthe
the baroness as the wife of her fatherin fatherinlaw fatherInlaw fatherinlaw
law Duke George who Is eightyfour eightyfourhas elght tour tourhas
has been unable to secure full recogni recognition recognition recognition ¬
tion of his morganatic wifes position so sothat sothat sothat
that the baroness at tho wedding walked walkedalone walkedalone walkedalone
alone In the rear of the royal procession processionInto processioninto processioninto
Into the chapel following many young youngprinces youngprinces youngprInces
princes and princesses princes es instead of walk walking walkIng walking ¬
ing at the head of the procession beside besideher besideher besideher
her husband to whom she had been mar married married married ¬
ried nearly thirtyseven years yearsThe yearsThe yearsThe
The duke was so so annoyed anno ed at the Kais Kaisers Kalsers Kaisers ¬
ers absence that when the newspapers newspapersannounced newspapersannounced newspapersannounced
announced that the Emperor would not notattend notatte notattend
attend atte d the wedding an official communi communication communication communication ¬
cation was Issued to the press from the theducal theducal theducal
ducal palace stating that the Emperor Emperorhad Emperorhad Emperorbad
had not been invited
VIOLIN PLAYING IS BLAMED BLAMEDvnture BLAMEDPhyaieian BLAMEDPbT
PbT Phyaieian iclan Declare It Leads to Cnrvatnre Cnr Cnrntnre
vnture of the Spine SpineLondon SpineLondon SpineLondon
London Jan 22Vlolln 21 Violin playing accord according accordIng according ¬
ing to a lecture l ture by b Dr Alfred H HTubby HTubbyof Tubby Tubbyof Tubbyor
of the Westminster Hospital Ho pUal Is largely largelyresponsible largelyrosponslblo largelyresponsible
responsible for curvature of tho spine spineA spineuA spineA
uA A large number of girls about the age ageof ageof ageof
of fourteen develop curvature of the spine spineof spineot spineof
of vary varying varyingextent Ing extent says the doctor Some Someof Someof Someof
of these curvatures are due to bad posi positions positions positions ¬
tions in sitting and standing others to tothe tothe tothe
the fact that the muscular system is not notsufficient notsufficient notsufficient
sufficient to keep the spine upright during duringthe duringthe duringthe
the fatigues incidental Incidental to school life but butI butI butI
I am convinced from what I have s Men Menthat menthat en enthat
that of all the pernicious positions in inmany Inmant inmany
many girls that assumed umed in playing the theviolin theiolin theiolin
iolin Is the worst worstThe worstThe worstThe
The doctor also blames hockey playing playingby pIa playingby ring ringby
by girls and the position generally adopt adopted adopted adopted ¬
ed in learning to write writsTALKS writeTALKS writeTALKS
TALKS WITH SULTAN EXILE EXILEEnglish EXILEEnglish EXILEEnglish
English Journalist Finds Abdul AbdulHamid AbdulHamid AbdulHalnid
Hamid Care Free PreeLooks FreeLoolu FreeLooks
Looks Younger and Liven Eni Easy y in inHis InJIb Inills
His Villa ilia Prison I hlon nt Snloniki Snlonikithe Slllonlklthe Setlonikithr
the Writer rlter Says SaysLondon SnysLondon SaysLondon
London Jan 22 2An An English corre correspondent correispondent correspondent
spondent who has bean allowed the un unusual unusual unusual ¬
usual privilege of visiting exSultan Ab Abdul Abdul Abdul ¬
dul Hamid in his villa 1I1a prison at Saloniki Saloniktwrites Salonikiwrites SaJonlklwrites
writes that he found the former ruler of ofthe of ofthe ofI
the faithful looking ten years younger youngerthan youngerthan oungerthan
I
than his latest photographs and evidently evidentlyIn
In splendid health His former nervous nervousness nervousne nervousnoes ¬
ness ne s and fear fear of assassination have dis disappeared dlsappeared disappeared ¬
appeared entirely but he still dreams of ofreturning ofreturning ofreturning
returning to his old power Ho sleeps sleepswell sleePilweU sleepswell
well takes walks in the beautifulpark beautifulparkaccompanied beeuUfulpnrkaccompanied beautifulparkaccompanied
accompanied by his two sons and for forsome torsome forsome
some hours every day works as an amateur ama amateur amateur ¬
teur carpenter carpenterHe carpenterHo carpenterHo
Ho likes to have tales told him after afterthe afterthl afterthe
the thl manner of or the Arabian Nights Xf hts and andshows andshows andshows
shows a 8 preference for the adventures of ofHovja ofHoja ofHovja
Hovja VassrEddin Vassr Eddin whilo now and then thenho thenhe thenho
ho reads a Turkish newspaper newspaperIn
In the same villa ma with him are living livinghis livinghis livinghis
his two sons son two daughters d ughter5 and eleven elevenof elee eleeof elevenof
of thewomen of his former harem The Thehousehold Thehousehold Thehousehold
household Is waited upon by thirteen serv servants senants servants ¬
ants For housekeeping the Sultan is isallowed isaJlowed isallowed
allowed 1000 Turkish a a month but butpart butpart butpart
part of it Is kept back for some of ofhis ofhis ofhis
his former harem ladies who have re remained remained remained ¬
mained at Constantinople ConstantinopleThe
The villa Is closely guarded Inside and andout andout andout
out by a detachment of infantry infantr and one oneof oneor oneof
of gendarmes besides a number of po policemen policemen policemen ¬
licemen all commanded by officers who whoare whoarc whoare
are being constantly changed There is isa Isa isa
a a telephone from the villa to the nearest nearestpolice nearestpolice nearestpolice
police station and to the headquarters of ofthe orthe ofthe
the third army arm corps Thus it may be beassumed beassumed beassumed
assumed that the exSultans life now nowpasses nowpasses nowpasses
passes monotonously monotonousl and quietly enough enoughThe enoughThe enoughThe
The reports of his attempts a at night flightwere nightwere lght lghtwere
were unfounded and though It t Is likely likelyenough likelyenough likelyenough
enough that he would like to escape e ape It is isImpossible IsImpossible IsImpossible
Impossible for him to do so without the theassistance theassistance theassistance
assistance of his guards who are far too toonumerous toonumerous toonumerous
numerous and carefully selected to make makeit makeIt makeit
it possible possibleGERMANY possibleGERrrrANY possibleGERMANY
GERMANY MOKE PROSPEROUS PROSPEROUSAlmost PROSPEROUSAlmoxt PROSPEROUSAlmost
Almost Every Set of Figures Shows ShowsIncrease ShowIncreoe ShowsIncrease
Increase of Wealth WealthBerlin WealthBerlin enlth enlthBerHn
Berlin Jan 22 22Almost Almost every set of fig figures figures figures ¬
ures published In Germany bears testis testismony testimony tesUmony ¬
mony to the growth owth of wealth in Berlin Berlinif
if not In all parts of the German Empire EmpireA
A few years ago the number of million millionaires milllonl millionaires ¬
aires l res in the capital could be told off on onthe onthe onthe
the fingers of both hands today the theofficial theofficial theofficial
official income tax report shows that thatthere thatthere thatthere
there are betty between en 1200 and 1300 It Is Istrue Istru istrue
betWjen
true tru that the themillion million m 11Ion In Germany always alwaysrefers alwa alwaysrefers s sreters
refers to marks and a mark Is only equal equalto equalto equalto
to 20 cents but the evidence of advance advancein adance adanceIn
in wealth is the same whether shown in inmarks Inmarks inmarks
marks or dollars dollarsThe dollarsThe dollarsThe
The income tax authorities are too toodiscreet toodl toodiscreet
discreet dl creet to mention names but they theydescribe theydescribe theydescribe
describe the richest man in Berlin as asbeing asbeing asbeing
being possessed of a fortune of over over8o JS S 8o
500000 oooo after all deductions permitted by bylaw b blaw bylaw
law have been made Two men with withfortunes wlt11fortunes withfortunes
fortunes of 8250000 and 8000000 800 84Oo000 OOO come comenext com comnext come comenext
next A curious thing is the fact that thatowing thatowing thatowing
owing to a system of C estimating e liability liabilitypeculiar llabUitypeculiar liabilitypeculiar
peculiar to the German Income tax law lawtwo lawtwo lawtwo
two of the poorest millionaires if the theadjective theadjective theadjective
adjective may be used are returned returnedexempt returnedexemPt returnedexempt
exempt as not having the minimum minimumtaxable minimumta minimumtaxable
taxable ta able Income of
3000 marks and are areonly areonly areonly
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than Income IncomePaper incomePnper incomePaper
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with an assured circulation circulation of 30000 3OO Q has hasmade hasmade hasmade
made its appearance at Esson Germany GermanyIt
It Is called the Kruppsche Mitteilungen Mitteilungenand
and Is distributed gratis among the em employes employas employes ¬
ployes of the great stefel ste l firm It Is Isprinted Isprinted isprinted
printed on the companysfown companys own press and andIs andIs andis
Is mainly malnl designed to be a substitute for forthe forthe forthe
the notices which used to be posted postedperiodically postedperiodically postedperiodically
periodically at various points ins IIJ the theKrupp theKruP1 theKrupp
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BIRTHS BIRTH OF F GENIUS GENIUSCALLED GENIUSCALLED GEMUSCALLED
CALLED ACCIDENT ACCIDENTNobel
Nobel Prize Winner Dissects DissectsLives DissectsLives Dissectsof
Lives LivesTALENT of Great Men MenTALENT MenTALENT
TALENT IS NOT HEREDITARY HEREDITARYProf
Prof Owt ONhnld vnld Argues that Neither Neitherthe Neitherthc Neitherthe
the Parent Nor Brother Nor Children Chil Children Children ¬
dren of Famous Scientist POMCHK POMCHKExtraordinary PoellilExtrDOrdlnnrT PosaenaExtraordinary
Extraordinary Geninn GenlultShoU Shovr Bent Bentat Dentnt Bentat
at at an Early Ale in Mont Coxes CoxesBerlin Crue CrueBerlin CasesBerlin
Berlin Jan 22How 22 How and why the world worldgets worldgets worldgets
gets Its geniuses Is the subject of a treat treatise treatise ¬
ise 1 lie entitled Great Men which Prof ProfWilhelm ProtoWilhelm ProfWilholm
Wilhelm OstwAld winner of this years yearsNobel yearsNobel yearsNobel
Nobel prize for chemistry has Just pub published published published ¬
lished It deals mainly with the underly underlying underlyIng underlying ¬
ing biological and psychological psy hologfcal prin principles principles principles ¬
ciples of research researchDr researchDr researchDr
Dr Ostwald dissects the lives and fam family tamIl family ¬
ily Il histories of all the great men of ofscience otscience ofscience
science of modern times and tries to lay laydown laydown laydown
down the general laws under which they theyattained th theyattained > y yattained
attained greatness and by which they theycarried theycarried
carried on their work The Th first question questionho questionhe questionhe
he deals with is What are the parental parentalracial par parentalracial < < ntal ntalracial
racial social and other influences under underwhich underwhich
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which great men of science are born bornWhile bornWhile
While affirming emphatically that thatgeniuses thatgeniuses thatgeniuses I
geniuses are born Dr Ostwald denies deniesthat j jthat ithat
that genius or great talenj talel Is hereditary her dltary j jand i iand iand
and argues that neither the parents nor northe northe northe
the brothers and sisters nor the children childrenof
of famous scientists possessed genius geniusThe geniusThe geniusThe I
The birth of a genius is an accident of ofnature otnature ofnature
nature
Most from Middle Class ClassNearly Cln ClnNoorh s sNearly
Nearly all great men of science says saysProf sarsProf saysProf
Prof Cstwalu O twe spring from the middle middleclasses middlecl middleclasses
classes cl ses the three notable exceptions exceptionsCavendish excepUomCavendish exceptionsCavendish
Cavendish Boyle and Lord RaYleigh Rayielghbeing RaYleighbeing Rayleighbeing
being Englishmen They very rarely rarelyspring rarelyspring rarelyspring
spring from the working classes and andfrom andtrom andfrom
from this Dr Ostwald concludes that It Itis ItIs itle
is necessary neco sary for a great man of o research researchto
to stat sta t from a Ii certain cultured level levelotherwise levelotherlse levelotherwise
otherwise he would have to waste too toomuch toomuch toomuch
much energy enorg in the attainment of pre preliminary preUmlnary preliminary ¬
liminary knowledge knowledgeThe knowledgeThe knowledgeThe
The parents of great scientists are aretherefore arethcroore aretherefore
therefore often men who without being beinggenlue beinggenluHS beinggeniuses
genlue geniuses s have taken an interest In sci science eclenee science ¬
ence while not pursuing it as a career careerAs careerAs careerAs
As regards race Dr Ostwald holds that thata
a scientific genius can arise only in a ahighly ahighly ahighly
highly civilized race but he does not notthink notthink
think that the age of the civilization civilizationmakes cllUzationmakes civilizationmakes j
makes any difference and points out outthat outthat 1 1that
that science has been lately showing showingmore showIngmore showingmore
more vigor in Scandinavia Scandlna Ia than in inFrance InFrance inFrance
France and Italy with their much older olderculture olderculture olderculture
culture
Show Bent nt Early Age AJeThe AgeThe i iThe
The argument that great men of re rpsearch research
search are born not made is supported supportedby upportfdbr
by the fact that most great scientists scientistssbowed scientistsshowed
showed their particular bent at an early earlyage earhage earlyage
age and that many man made their most Im Important 1mportant important ¬
portant discoveries i while quite young youngNewton youngNewton youngNewton
Newton Linnaeue Helmholtz are re remarkable remarkable remarkable ¬
markable instance Accompanying this thisphenomenon thisphenomonon thisphenomenon
phenomenon Is often the premature de decline decline dedine ¬
cline of scientific genius so S that many manymen manJmen manymen
men of C research who ho made great dis discoveries drscoerie discoveries ¬
coveries before the age of thirty thlrt did didlittle didlittle didlittle
little or nothing afterward afterwardProf aCtenardProf afterwardProf
Prof Ostwald divides all men of sci science science science ¬
ence into classicists and romanticists romanticistsThe romanticistsThe romanticistsThe
The classicist works orks with the greatest greatestpains greatestp greatestpains
pains p lns at the completion of and proof of ofeach otMch ofeach
each discovery before making use of orIt ofit i iit
it whereas the romanticist impelled by b btoo bytoo I Itoo
too groat r08t a rush of ideas is inclined to topublish topublish topublish
publish his ideas too soon The best bestteachers bestteachers bestteachers
teachers of science always belonged to tothe tothe tothe
the romantic school schoolDr schoolDr schoolDr
Dr Ostwald concludes by considering consideringthe
the relation of women to science His Hisattitude Hisattitude Hisattitude
attitude is unfavorable He holds that thatduring thatduring thatduring
during the past twenty or thirty years yearsenough yearsenough cars carsnough
enough women have studied science scienceat scienceat
at universities and high schools to make makeIt
It a fair test whether they the are capable capableof capableor
of firstclass achievements In the do domain domain domain ¬
main of pure science fence and he holds that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the answer is negative negativeAMERICANISM negativcAMERICANISM negativeAMERIGANISI
AMERICANISM OR DEATH DEATHAged DEATHAged DEATHAged
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Aged Japanese Prefers Latter and andCommits andCommits andCommits
Commits Harakiri HarakiriLeaven HarakiriLenH HarakiriLeaves
Leaven Letter Declaring Decl rluJ that West Western Western Yeatern ¬
ern Vices Arc re DemoralizingIliK Demoralizing DemornIbln DemornIblnIIIH
IliK Countrymen CountrymenTokyo CountrmenTok CountrymenTokyo
Tokyo Tok o Jan 21 21Sulclde Suicide as a a protest protestagainst protestOlinmliit protestabamat
against the Westernization of Japan was wasthe wasthE wasthe
the characteristically characrerlstcaUY Japanese end of ofHanji otHanjl ofHanji
Hanji Shimadzu an aged Samurai of ofOita ofOHa ofOita
Oita Befcre committing harakiri i in inthe Inthe inthe
the traditional tra lonal style st le the old Samurai Samuraiwrote Samuraiwrote Samuraiwrote
wrote a letter complaining that Western Westernvices Westernvices estern esternvices
vices were demoralizing his countrymen countrymenHe countr rnen rnenHe
He had ha recently received bad news newsThree newsThree newsThree
Three of hs nephews had been en arrested arrestedaccused arrest arrestedaccused 1 1accused
accused of attempting to bunko a pro provincial provincial ¬ I I1neial
vincial fish merchant by bt the American Americanfiold Americanuhold Americangold
uhold gold brick swindle Then a a valued valuedfriend yaluedfriend valuedfriend
friend of his lost his income and tried triedto triedto triedto
to commit suicide by bJ hanging to a tre trein treIn tree treein
in Shiba Park ParkHe ParkHe ParkHe
He decided that he had lived long longenough longenoJgh longenough
enough and to commit harakiri i with withhis withhis withhis
his trusty sword according to the ancient ancientlaws ancientlaws ancientlaws
laws He carried out the ceremony ceremon after afterpurifying afterpuritlng afterpurifying
purifying himself with cold water for fo fobornt fosome j jborne
borne > days daysPREDICTIONS dllsPREDICTIONS daysPREDICTIONS
PREDICTIONS FOR 1911 1911BnddhaH 1911DnddhnA 1911Buddhas
BnddhaH Relies Relic to He Found and andXevr lindXew andNew
New Vision laloni Drawn DrawnLondon DrawnLondon DrawnLondon
London Jan 22 22To To the string of predic predictions predictions predictions ¬
tions for the near future already recorded recordedIn
In these columns must be added one more morethis morethis morethis
this time from India An article in the theCalcutta theCalcutta theCalcutta
Calcutta Mirror says that momentous momentousevents momentousevents momentousevents
events will take place upon the advent of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the new cycle c c1e to be marked by b the 2500th 2500thanniversary 2500thannlversar 504th 504thanniversary
anniversary of Maha Pari Nirvana of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Lord Gautama Buddha in 1911 Is IsIt Isit Isit
It not curious the writer asks Uthat Uthatthe that thatthe thatthe
the discovery of Lord Buddhas relics relicsshould reUcsshould relicsshould
should be followed almost Immediately Immediatelyby Immediatel Immediatelby
by the discovery of the north pole But Buteven Buteven Buteven
even this event will pale Into insig insignificance Insignificance insignificance ¬
nificance nificanceEarthquakes nificanceErthquakcs nificanceEarthquakes
Earthquakes will continue in quick quicksuccession quicksuccession quicksuccession
succession and will throw out from the thebowels thebowels thebowels
bowels of the earth numerous numeroUs strange strangerelics strangerelics strangerelics
relics of the past age Many historical historicaland historicaland historicaland
and scientific theories will be demon demonstrated demOnstrated demonstrated ¬
strated thereby thereb and altogether allogethera a new newage newage newage
age of knowledge and vision vi ion will dawn dawnupon dawnupon dawnupon
upon th the world
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ard Smith S fth died at Lincoln aged 100 years yearsand yearss yearssand I Iand
and six months Until ten days before his hisdeath hisdeath hisdeath
death he had never needed the attention attentionof
of a doctor nor ever tasted medicine medicine He Hehad He Hehad Hehad
had spent sp nt most of his Ion long life re at the thequiet thequiet thequiet
quiet village 111 ge of Heckington His recipe recipefor recIpefor recipefor
for longevity was plain food foodThe foodThe foodThe
The other centenarian Henry John Johnson Johnson Johnson ¬
son is still alive On Christmas Day he hecelebrated hecelebr hecelebrated
celebrated celebr ted his it IMd 1 d l birthday In his youth youthJohnson JouthJohnson youthJohnson
Johnson was a notable acrobat and was wasknown wasknown wasknown
known as Tumble Johnson traveling travelingthe travelingthe travelingthe
the country with a a circus About seventy seven seventy seventt ¬
ty tt years ago Johnson was w In China Chinawhere Chinawhere Chinawhere
where het he entered into partnership with witha withnotea
a noted Chinese acrobat Later in Eng England England England ¬
land he appeared appe re < 1 before King William WilliamIV WIlliamIV WilliamIv
IV and Queen Victoria whenshe when she was w is a ayoung a ayoung ayoung
young girl Unlike Smith Johnson TQhnsonsays says saysI
I eat what I can get Ho keeps well wellnd welt4Ind wellqnd
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DOG WILL DRAW PENSION PENSIONCollie PENSIONConle PENSIONCollie
Collie Collector for Orphan Fnnd FnndHurt FnndHurt FundHurt
Hurt In Accident AccidentLondon AccidentLondon
London Jan 22 22The The first official dog dogto dogto dogto
to draw lra a pension In England is Brum Brumthe Brumthe Brumthe
the collie collector for the Widows and andOrphans andOrphans andOrphans
Orphans Fund on the London and North Northwestern Korthwestern Northwestern ¬
western Railroad It Is not age that has haslaid haslaid hasIaid
laid Brum B m by It is the sequel to an anaccident anaccldontln anaccident
accident accldontln in which hlchhe Jie was involved 1 olved during duringthe duringthe duringthe
the performance of his duty dutyWhile dut dutWhile dutyWhile
While Brum was collecting he would wouldtravel wouldtra wouldtravel
travel tra el all over the country countr walking down downthe downthe downthe
the corridor carriages and wagging his histail histail
tail joyfully J YfullY whenever a coin was dropped droppedIn
In his box The cost of his keep was wasdefrayed wasdefrayed wasdefrayed
defrayed by the fund He loved his work workand workand workand
and seemed to realize lie was an impor important Import important ¬
tant t tant nt factor on the London and North Northwestern Korthwestern Northwestern ¬
western road roadHis roadHis roadHis
His place will be taken by Jack a acompanion ac acompanion
companion c mpanion collie whom the men have havebeen haebaen havebeen
been training to follo Brum He too If Ifan lran isan
an intelligent animal ani mill uiut but ut he wilMmve will have le a ahard ah abard
hard h nl time supplanting old Brum in the thehearts thehearts thehearts
hearts of the suburban passengers who whotraveled whotravoled whotraveled
traveled twice a a day with his prede predecessor predecessor predecessor ¬
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RADIUM IS FOR SALE SALESecond SALESecond SALESecond
Second Gram Heady Ue2d for Shipment Shipmentfrom Shlpnt Shipmentfrom nt ntfrom
from Bohemia BohemiaVienna UohemlnYlenna BohemiaVienna
Vienna Jan 22 2Tho Tho second gram of ofradium orl3dlum ofradium
radium about one twentyeighth part HLrt of ofan oCgn ofan
an ounce has just been produced at atJoachimsthal atJoachlmsthal atJoachimsthal
Joachimsthal Bohemia and word has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been sent to the Austrian state bureau bureaufor bureauOr bureaufor
for Or the sale of the commodity commodityIt If one may maycall maycall maycall
call It so without Irreverence Irreverencethat that the thequantity th4quantity thequantity
quantity named is now available for forshipment torshipment forshipment
shipment By B every eveI gram of radium pro produced produced produced ¬
duced the Austrian exchequer benefits benefitsas
as its value alue is fixed for valuation pur purposes purposes purposes ¬
poses at 2375600 2316 OO an ounce and the de demand demand demand ¬
mand far exceeds the supply supplyPure supilyPuro supplyPure
Pure radium has so far farnot not been sent sentabroad sontabroad sentabroad
abroad by the Austrian monopoly as no nosatisfactory nosaUsfacton nosatisfactory
satisfactory way 1 of packing the precious preciousmineral preciousmineral preciousmineral
mineral has yet been devised A new newmethod ne nemethod newmethod
method is being tested by which it is ishoped Ishoped Ishoped
hoped all dangerous emanations will be beprevented beprevcntec1 beprevented
prevented Men Ien of science are dally en engaged engaged engaged ¬
gaged in investigating the mysterious mysteriousproperties mysteriousproperties mysteriousproperties
properties of o the mineral at the new Ra Radium Radium Radlum ¬
dium Institute in Vienna which had to tobe tobe tobe
be built and arranged armn d in a peculiar manner man manner manner ¬
ner so as is to prevent the delicate < < electri electrical electrical electrical ¬
cal measuring apparatus from being beln die disturbed dlsurbed dieturbed ¬
turbed urbed by the radium
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