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Every v.. si. r at the new eanltol nt
UnrrlnburR, Pa, who Rets as far ni
tlio rrRl-trllnn room. In expected to
wrlto his tinnie In a blR book, together
wltli Ills birthplace nnd present resi
dence, says the Troy Times. Not
long ago, when a crowd of excursion'
1st visited tlio grounds and buildings,
m Btout girl started to register. 1
Sho paused, pen poised In nlr, and
enlled out to an elderly lady, com
fortably scaled In a big chair, "Mon,
yere vns I horned ntt"
"Vat you vant to know dat fort"
"Ola man Trtnts to put It-In der big
"Ach," answered tho mother, "you
know veil enough In der old stone
Proper Love for .Wife. .
"When n mnn 'really loves his wife
ho ought to comblno all his nicest
sentiments toward other women Into
one big sentiment for her.
"Ho should show her tho respect ho
feels toward his mother, tho polite
ness ho shows other women and the
responsibility he feels toward his sis
ter. "To all of that ho should add the
treat love he should feel for a wlfo."
Answer Wouldn't Do.
"How far Is It to Hlgtown?
"Well, ns tho crow flies "
"I'm not going by airship."
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i AH PrufiUU, 28 c.nta.
Naval Officer Insists That the Doctor
Did Not and Coul"d Not Reach
the North Pole, at He
Sayt He Did.
(Knterel areonllnK to Act of Concreas,
In tho year IPC?, li)' tha Peary Arctic club,
In the nmce of lift Ubrnrlan of Concress,
nt Wnihlnitlon, I. C.)
New York. Oct. 12. Tho followlnR
statement of Commander Itobert K.
Tear-, which ho submitted to tho
Peary Arctic, club In support of his
contgntlon that Dr. Cook llil not
reach tho north polo. Is now in ait o
public for tho first tlmo. Tho stnte
mcnt has been copyrighted by tho
Peary Arctic club.
INTRODUCTION DY PEARY.
Bomo of my reasons for saying that
Dr. Cook did not go to tho north polo
will bo understood by those who rend
the following statements of tlio two
Eskimo boys who went with htm, nml
who told mo and others of my party
where ho did ro. Several Eskimos
who started with Dr. Cook from An
oratok In February, 1908. wero at
Utah when I arrived thcro In August,
1008. They told mo thnt Dr. Cook hnd
with him, after they left, two Eskimo
boys, or young men, two "ledges and
some twenty dogs. The boys wero
I-took-n-shoo and Ah-pe-lah. I had
known them from their childhood
One was about eighteen and the other
about nineteen years of ngo.
On my return from Cape Sheridan
and nt the very first settlement I
toucned (Nerke, near Capo Chalon) In
August, 1909, and nine days before
reaching Etah, the Eskimos told mo,
In a general way, whero Dr Cook had
been; that ho had wintered In Jones
Sound, and that he had told tho white
men at Etah that bo had been a long
w.-iy north, but that tho boys who were
with him, I-took-n-shoo and Ah-pe-lah,
said that this was not so. Tho Eski
mos laughed at Dr. Cook's story. On
reaching E,tah, I talked with tho Es
kimos thcro and with tho two boys
and naked them to descrlbo Dr. Cook's
Journey to members of my party and
myself. This they did In tlio manner
(Sinned) It. K. PEAKY.
Signed Statement of Peary, Qartlett,
McMillan, Borup and Henson, In Re
gard to Testimony of Cook's Two !
Tho two Eskimo boys, I-took-a-aboo
and Ah-pe-lah, who accompanied Dr.
Cook while ho was away from Anora
tok In 1903 and 1993, -were questioned
separately nml Independently, and
were corroborated by Ponlkpah, the
father of ono of them (I-took-n shoo),
who was personally familiar with tho
first third and tho last third of their
Journey, and who said that tho .routo
for tho remaining third, as shown by
them, was as described to him by his
son after his return with "Dr. -Cook.
Tho narrative of these Eskimos Is
as follows: t -
They, with Dr. Cook.rFrancko and
nine other Eskimos, left Anoratok,
crossed Smith's Sound to, Capo Sabine,
slept in Commander Peary'a old house
In Payer Harbor, then went through
Hlco straK to Buchanan bay. After a
few inarches Franckc'and three' Eski
mos returned to Anoratok.
Dr. Cook, with the others, then pro
ceeded up Flagier bay, a branch of
Uuchanan bay, and crossed Elles
mere Land through tho valley pass at
the head of Flagler bay. Indicated by
Commander Peary In 1S38, and utilized
by Sverdmp In-1899, to the head of
Sverdrup's "Hay Fiord" on the west
side of Ellesmere Land.
Their route then lay' out throuch
this fiord, thenco(north through Sver
drup's "Heuerka Sound" and Nansen
On their way they killed musk oxen
and bear, and mado caches, arriving
eventually at a point on tho west sldo
of Nansen strait (shore of Axel Hel
berg Land of Sverdrup), south of
Capo Thomas Hubbard.
A cache was formed here and tho
four Eskimos did not go beyond this
point. Two others, Koolootlngwah and
Inughlto, went on ono moru march
with Dr. Cook and tho two boys,
helped to build the snow Igloo then
returned without sleeping.
After being Informed of tho boys'
narrative thus far, Commander I'cary
suggested a aeries of questions to bo
put to tho boys In regard to this trip
from tho land out and back to It.
Theso questions and answors were
Did they cross many open lands or
much open water during this time?
Did they mako any caches out on
tho Ice? Ans. No.
Did thoy kill any bear or seal while
out on the Ice north of Capo Thomas
Hubbard? Ans. No.
Did thoy kill or loso, any of their
dogs while out on tho !co? Ans. No,
With how many sledges did they
start? Ans. Two.
How many dogs did thoy havo? Ans.
Jo not remember exactly, but aoine
hlng over twenty.
How mnny atedgoi did they havo
when they got back to land? Ana.
Did they havo any provisions toft on
their sledges when they camo back to
land? Ans. Yea; tho sledgea still hnd
about nil they could enrry, so thoy
wero nble to take but n few ttilngK
from tho cache.
Front hero they went southwest
along tho northwest roast of ltelberff
lind to n point Indicated, on tho map
(Sverdrup's Capo Northwest).
From hero they went weat across
tho Ice, which was level and covered
with snow, offering good going, to n
low Island which they had seen from
tho shore of Helborg I.and nt Capo
Northwest. On this Island thoy
camped for ono sleep.
From this Island they could no two
lands beyond (Sverdrup's Ellef Ring
nes and Amund RlnQnes Lands). From
the Island they journeyed toward the
left-hand one of these two lands
(Amund Rlnges Land), passing a
small Island which they did not visit.
The answers of the Eskimo boys to
Commander Peary'a series of Inde
pendent questions, showing that thty
killed no game, made no caches, lost
no dogs, and returned to the land
with loaded tledfles, makes their at
tainment of the pole on the trip
north of Cape Thomas Hubbard a
physical and mathematical Impossi
bility, as It would demand the sub
sistence of three men and over twen
ty dogs during a journey of ten hun
dred and forty geographical miles on
less than two sledge loads of supplies.
If It Is suggested that perhaps Dr.
Cook got mixed and that he reached
the pole, or thought ha did, between
the time of leaving the northwest
coast of Helberg Land at Cape North,
west, and his arrival at Rlngnes Land,
where they killed the deer, we must
then add to the date of Dr. Cook's let
ter of March 17th, at or near Cape
Thomas Hubbard, the subsequent four
or five sleeps at that point, and the
number of days required to march
from Cape Thomas Hubbard to Cape
Northwest (a distance of some sixty
nautical miles), which would advance
his date of departure from the land
to at least the 25th of March, and be
prepared to accept the claim that Dr
Cook went from Cape Northwest
(about latitude eighty and a half de
grees north) to the pole, a distance of
five hundred and seventy geographical
miles, In twenty-seven days.
After killing tho deer they then trar
eled south along tho east sldo of Hlng
nes Lmd to the point Indicated on the
chart, whero they killed another deer
They then went cast across the
south part of Crown Prlnco Gustav
sea to tho south end of Helberg Land,
then down through Norwegian bay,
whore they secured some bears, but
not until nftcr they bad killed some of,
their dogs, to the cast side of Gra
ham Island; then eastward to thq lit
tle bay marked "Eld's Fiord" on Sver
drup's chart; then southwest to HeU'a
Gate and Simmons peninsula.
Hero for-the first time during tho
entire Journey, dxcept as already
noted off Capu Thomas It. Hubbard,
they encountered open water. On this
point the boys were clear, emphatic.
and unshakable. Tbey spent a good
deal of time In this region, and Anally
abandoned their dogs and ono slcdgo,
took to their boat, crossed Hell's Gate
to North KenL up Into Norfolk InleL
then back along the north coast of
Colin Archer Peninsula to Cape Vera,
whero they obtained fresh elder duck
eggs. Hore they cut the remaining
slcdgo off, that Is shortened It, as It
was awkward to transport with tho
boat, and near here they killed a wal
From Cape Vera they went on down
Into the southwest angle of Jones
Sound, whero they killed a seal;
thenro east along the south coast of
the sound, killing three bears at tho
point noted on the map, to tbe penln
aula known as Capo Sparbo on the
map, about midway on tho south side
of Jones Sound. Hero they killed
somo musk-oxen and, continuing east,
killed four more at the place Indi
cated on the chart, and were Anally
stopped by the pack Ico at the mouth
of Jones Sound, From here thoy
turned back to Capo Sparbo, whore
they wintered and killed many musk
Aftor tho sun returned In 1903 they
started, pushing their slcdgo, across
Jones Sound to Capo Tennyson, thenco
along tho coast to Clarenco Head;
(passing Inside of two small Islands
not shown on tho chart, but drawn on
It by tho boys), whero tbey killed a
beur; thenco acrosa tho broad bight
In tho coast to Cadogan Fiord, thenco
around Cane Isabella and up to Com
mandor Peary'a old house In Payer
Harbor near Cape Sabine, whero thoy
found a seal cached for them by Pan-
Ikpah, Itook-n-shoo'a father From
hero they crossed Smith Sound on tha
Ice, arriving at Anoratok.
(Signed) It. M I'KAHY, V. 8. N.
110IIK11T A. 11AHTI.ETT,
Mailer 8. H. Ilooaav.lL
D. H. M'MILI.AN,
MATTHKW A. HENSON.
AKE CARE OF GOOD HEALTH
Mistake Most People Make Is In Walt-
Ing for Bad to Come and
Then Coddling It.
if wo would tnko ns good enro of
our good health n wo do of our bnd
icnllh wo would lmvo moro of tho
orincr and less of tho latter. We sot
our good health down In a draft nud
let It get Its fcot wet; wo Infringe on
Its sleep tlmo and gorgo It with un
sultablo food at Irregular hours. Wo
oad It with nervo-rncklng caros and
duties, and reply to Its frnntto ap
peals for rest with, "You haven't
tlmo." We aquecto It with clothing;
wo dlstrnct Its cars with nolso and Its
lungs with bad nlr. llut wo put our
bad health tn a quiet room, on a soft
couch. Wo robo It tn a comfortable
gown; we gtvo It puro nlr at stated
intervals; we put Ico on Its head nnd
hot water nt Ita fcot; we feed It with
food convenient for It. Wo tnko
awny all caro nnd responsibility; wo
glvo It a soothing drought to rest It;
and wo pay a doctor 12 to come nnd
leavo It n scrap of paper nnd say that
It will better to-morrow. Ono might
think wn preferred bad health to good
health. From nn Artlclo In Good
HAD ONE GOOD POINT
Toung Guest It seems to mo that
you don't object to tho mosquitoes
singing In your room.
Old Guest You bet I don t. Why.
when the mosquitoes aro singing I
can't hear tbe glee club practicing on
TOTAL LOSS OF HAIR.
Seemed Imminent Scalp Wat Very
Scaly and Hair Came Out by Hand
full Scalp Now Clear and
"I generally rend tho paper on my
way to nnd from tho olllce," said tho
Importantly busy man.
"I used to mysolf," said the old-timer,
"beforo t got hardened to tho
looks of tho girl strap-liailgurs." Kan
sas City Times.
Knlckor Wo garland our dlscovor-
i era -wllti roses. -j
Ildcker 1 Uno' It; whenoveri jiuy
wlfo lluds me out I have to glvo ber
A Pleated Audience.
"What makes you spend so much
mnnnv nn Hint lawsuit?"
"It's a matter of tasto. Somo peo
ple llko to attend lectures. 1 prefer
tn n.-iv mora und bear a lawyer dis
course on nffalrs In which I am per
no otner rina. ,
minks I know of n ulaco where)
youcnri always get cut ratos lor work.
1 Clinic Where ts It?
Illluks It ts a man s who iniOtes a
specialty of .triinuuugrees..
Will Seek the Soutn Pels.
A. Henry Bnvngo tandor, the Eng
lish explorer, who will soon mako nn
nttempt to rencli tho south pole, la of
tlio opinion thnt I.leuL Hhncktnlon
failed through having n cumbersome
nnd unnecessarily largo expedition,
Mr. tjnd(ir's theory Is thnt a small
caravan of trusted and hnrdy men,
tightly equipped ns tn hla expeditions
through Asln nnd Africa, Is best Mr.
Ijimlnr'a activity In aeronautic Inves
tigations gives color to tho rumor that
au airship wilt bo used by him tn hla
Wholesale nnd Retail.
"What business did you say Miss
Gaddlo was In?"
"Oh, sho'a In everybody's business."
"Yes, except when It comes to a bit
of scandal. Sho retails thnt."
Never tnko n mean ndvnntngo of
anyono In nny trnnsnctlnn, nnd uovcr
bo hard upon people who nro In your
neccivcD the only
Int.. I I n f -
n t t rm mw n rm mm w mm .
m uiDniaoiQ-iuiuii-rauiiiu laUUSIII
r.HUQT at I nwiv.... . . I
New Hair Crown by Cutlcura.
"About two years ago I was troubled
with my head being scaly. Shortly
after that I bad an nttack of typhoid
fever and I was out of tho hospital
possibly two months when I first no
ticed tho loss of hair, my scalp being
till scaly. I started to uso dandruff
cures to no effect whatever. I had
actually lost hope of saving any hair
at all. I could brush it off tny coat
by tho handful. I was afraid to comb
It. Hut after using two cakes of Cutl
cura Soap and noarly a box of Cutl
cura Ointment, tho change was sur
prising. My scalp Is now clear nnd
healthy as could bo and my hair thick
er than ever, whereas I had my mind
mado up to bo bald. W. F. Steese, C812
llroad SL, Pittsburg, Penn., May 7 and
rouaf On a Cfceov. Corp, 8oU mpa Iloalaa.
Reaching Life's Coal.
If you want to bo somebody In this
world you must assert your Individ.
uallty nnd nssort It In tho right direc
tion, so thnt It may lead to a goal of
honor for yourself and be an example
for others. Hnd out what you ought
to do, say to yourself: "I must do It."
then begin right uway with "I will do
It," and keep at It until It la dona.
For Headache Try Hicks' Capudlnsv
Whether from CoMe. Heat. Htomacn nr
Nervoua trounua. in arnea are i"-lir
relieved lir Canndlne. It'a IJquM-pleaa-int
to take Kffeeta Immediately. 10, a
aa Ho at Drur moras.
First Milliner You hare designed
tbe north pole hat?
Second Mlll'ner Yes, tt wilt bo a
mntter of dispute between tho pur
chaser and her husband.
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