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H SUNDAY Morning, October i, 1922 !UUcirb"tiXclUtiUrr ogdzk. utJ
LEFT BY CZAR
One of World's Greatest
SEIZED ART IS ADDED
Famous Collections of the
Larger Cities Saved
PBTROQRAD, Sept. 30 i By The
Associated Press, Th Hermitage,
one of the great. st art galleries la
the world, exists today in uii Its pr.
war magnificence .. . .t visible rel
tattoo not only -of rumors that Kus
tda's flniit painting had been l
stroyed or stolen during the reolu-
tlon. hut of tho.s. adventurers wh
MMf occasionally hnve peddled in New
York and Paris supposedly original
paintings from Its tions
Small groups ol , hlldren, pi-
loted through the galleries by t each -1
ers; a few art students; occasional
preletarlan int husiist ,n,j
H then a foreigner imo
H Petrograd nre anpui . onlj
to the galleries, an.i me) seem lost
in Its spacious rooms liut the great
paintings still are on suh-ndid
B walls; the rare porcelains and Greek !
1 vases of priceless antiquity arc still '
in their glass cabinets; the marble
- - statues brought from i e ends ol tho
earth still stand on their pedestals;
B the unrivalled collections ol old coins.
I Egyptian scarabs and rountli other
H art objects bih still m careful-
H ly numbered trays, and tin- mummies
still He In tlulr sareup '.;.j;i. K.'in. and
' that has passed ov r t i ir heads,
j WIXTKK i'ALAt'i: MARKED.
The Winter oaia . uuioininc
Hermitage, .-'.ill bgr . irks of I
shelling and machia i inning it euf
1 fcrcd during the en, .!.,-..) ,,f tlx
Bolshevik coup d'etat but the build
ing housing the valuabh url i .o-.
Hons has been spar' ,en thesi
marks of battle, It-- ;terlor walls
Are red and smooth. t. n glgan-
B tic Atlantes in Klnnls i i i.irli hug.?,
' r.-.ked Herculll 2o feet ia.ll und cat
carved from a single bloi ; ol granite
hold up Its portico in lieu r pil
lars and are as smoeih and gllsten
j Ing as the day they w i-r plai d
I- there In 18.'.. nlthou.i the square
j, that fronts them has ueen the - em
Wt of much hard fighting.
Immediate ly uiter tin Bolshevikl ,
I won control. ipi da guards
placed about the Hermltagi and it
j was saved from looting Hie alrcad)
I priceless collectlous ar- being aug-
j mentcd toduv by I In iloublo
of the objects of art confiscated oy
I the government from private persons i
I during the early das of the re i
! R.WKS WITH HM.-I
HL In paintings the Hermitage ranks
l witn tho Louvre In Pari- nnd the
I famous galleries of bp:. in and Itaij
I The Out' ti a Qd I . miSfi detures are
H more numerous and fciorc valuahl
H than ar: the collections In Holland :
H In all there are more than 2.000 1
H paintings, each of which Is wortit a
H small fortune and ttitr.- are besides
H -OO.ooo engravings and i-.ouo draw-'
H .rigs each so aiuablo that It nn rlts
i artful preservation for posterity.
H Most ot Pctrograd's other
V art galleries and museums which also
RUi are again being opened to Ci p ib-
H 11c. pro - like the Htrnittage, to be;
H Intact. The same is true of Moscow j
and other principal Kussian i i
where the soviet gov.ram. nt llk- li o '
regime of tho czar. has zealously 1
guarded collections of art
I HISTORIC BELL IN
BERLIN. Sept. ;;o The huge bell
in the cathedral tower on the former
imperial palace ground, which
tracked while tollln,; out the death
of the former empress, will rlnc agajn
after a year of sllmce. Llk- a.m. i
lea's l.lbertj bell. I: went mute b. --aus
. : u real iula'nrd while i un,
memoratlug au historical event.
The great mass ot Hiatal has just
undergone a weldlr.i nlc:i marked
the first ait. ul Its kin 1 in -r-man
science. The crack measured
- millimeters in l.igt.o and required
ih kilograms ol m ; ii to t i n.
It was estimated tint: to remove
the beii and traiis(oit it t . Al.in.i
Ojr Lubeoh. where . .i.ianr'r only tc-
astlng Torks ur. luc.'.ird, Would eoM
more man 400.0.JU n... r ks. r ur hrr.
senttmenl prerium . . aillm; a new
boll tor one WuiCii ail don- .-. v i
since Mil wneu i ...ijluall gr.n-fd
1. tne Wilsnack inooa&.ery. Cons- .H.-;n -ly.
a iinn unoeitUun io r pair it
N-ituin its owii tower,
The l. ,i u.ta io.....,! from Its suj
port to the floor vt t.u- tow. i roo.u
and in.-re Buojected to a welding pro
bsb or acetyllc oxldUlng uuaoi a
heat of 1400 degrees. Lxperu uold
mat lu "voice" win recover all of
tne old-time clearness when the nec
aaaary operations of repollihlng and
recnasing th metal have been com-pleted.
GERMANS ASK HELP
HAMBURG, 9.p:. ?0. Man Ger
I man hospital ha,,, been forced to
close their doors bocause of th hlgn
prices and the scarclt of r
supplies, declare, a resolution
lJ b tn ho.pltal doctors oi I
many at a co.irereace her. Tho oon
gre.D ha appaid to the n
men ol tbe world for fctaTBatlonai
co-operation looking to an Eforove
ment In tiu situation tiirouch nni or
sl reconciliation and rehabllUaV.oa.
Adoption of thia resolution foi
.owed an addre.. ln whlch " .octor
; Karl Loemng. university prof.taor of
Halle, warned of the din?.
enlng Germany. Invalids. Hc
the disastrous effects which 7lgh
costs, lack of medicine and 'Vod
chortage of housing, .tcetora havJ
produced In IncroaseS iiinass
throughout the country , a ,?
Ing ln countries borderlag Oermnnv
Doctor Loening expro.a T '
; that the many friend, of Sermln
medicine on both sides thJ a "
I .ntlc. who availed thsmselve.
,'rrmn' oPPortunltlM ror nrof-'
tonal instruction in time, of p.
H Prlt.V; v'ui1 now come forward o
t provide tbe n.cessltlc. for m.
lh4 situation. m,Dl
m The conference w. heH ;n connr.
:ion with Hamburg, oxer.eas w,
I GRAPHIC SIDE OF GREEK-TURKISH WAR, CORE OF WORLD CONFLICT
Fear for American College at Constantinople
TBSrtrsiL vT3UsB f- 4"J. ,--
Crave fear Is fP)t by Americans who have contributed thousands to the support of Hie American college nt Con
stantinople for (he safety of the college and its .-tall ant) Students. The American college al Smyrna was burned if
the Turks seize Constantinople, the same fate may befall the college there. Below, the college, above, a group n'
girl students, who may be seized for Turkish harems.
Where Thousands Perished in Smyrna Disaster
On the quays of Smyrna, thown here, thousands of refugees perished, caupht between the sea and a wall
of flame its Smyrna burned after its occupation by the Turkish army. Amerh in and allied destroyers were
unable to give aid. being already crammed with refugees The number of dead ha3 been placed at 120.000.
though accurate figures are not available.
Scientists Can't Tell Jap
Artificial Gems From
! PARIS Sept .() by the As...
iatod Prssa Ow n n in Paris of
I valuable strings' of pearls h.iv. been
thrown in'., hum. .nni; 1 1 k ioii'! -nia-Mou
by th published opinion if Dr.
I -jcis Hciuiiin. professor .f Science ;t
i be University of Bordeaux ind an ex
pert in i.narla, that h an ) otb r pearl
experts are unable to distinguish be
tween real doaJ?ls nnd those artificial
ly grown by the Japanese. Th .siat.--menl
-r Dr, Loutan. inu.ii a tho
French Academy f Sciences, removes
th- l;i.:r hope .jjn , rnlnj: i .ir .--.
pr-ariM which have been grown in
iuanlltl slnei. . Miklmoto the Ja-in.-si-
M ltntl.st noidf hlx di.s o i ry.
, I'.-arN noruially arc i;ron ,,s ac-
Idenl thVoui h . One grain of sand
-nlrlnf the shell of the oyt-r. The
,whii substance, called a peat), grows
Inside the oyster sad Is i tecretloa
aused by the rfiort ..f the shellfish
I to B''t rid of the foreign subs m
Mlklmotp coneslvod the Ides i C open-'
. Ing oysters and Inserting the foreign'
I substance, or gruln of sand, that form-,
erly cam, tin-re accidentally,
Since Japanese bi k.ui to grow pearls
I srtlflclally there has been much dls
. usslon us to wh."th r these new
pearls would effect thf alu. ,,f Ujo
accidentally crown pearls. Tho only
j differ. met would appear to be In tin
.pear! seed, or yruln of 8uni. and now
It Is claimed by Dr. Boutan that even
1 this difference cannot be detected
The statement of Dr. Uoutan Is
I categoric: "if I did not have a csr
I tlflcatM of origin vh,i -.uio, 0f
'P'" wsrs Shown n- r -x. . ,
hoc:. on. for tummy pi.;',,ra w, j w,
net be ttblii to .a .Mil. !) Deail IS i:r-
$32 MONTHLY PAID
ROMB. Bept 80 Modem srtlsts
who are inclined to complain of th,.
! lack of appreciation of the public,
expressed In dollars and cents. ol
their tfork. muy be Interested In th
' money made by come of their famou
The ancient masters of painting la- '
bored for rmall pay. Clmabue. th"
first of the great masters and the
discoverer of Oiotto. was paid abmit
one dollar a day. but he had to share
this Income With an assistant. Oiotto
himself, ( called the father of paint
ing and the producer of many fin
masterpieces, sot from to $11 for
each of his figures. .MlcHaelanueio.
: eonardo .la Vine! and Raphael )lvd
in what may be called the golden
are of art. yet the first two rccel- .1
-ularle. of tZ2 a month, and the last
named got $250 for a portrait.
SMO BT THRIFTY
ISC IE SUM
LONDON, Sept. 30. i l! The
Associated Press.) The king of
Slam Is u thrifty Hein e, h n It
cam to the Question of t.ikimj
a wife ami he contemplated th"
great cost of the elaborate cere
monies the people would expet,
he married his wir. by r . .ii
proclamation, says the Dally Mali,
thus saving a lot or money There
Is an old Siamese custom which
makes such action proper and
binding He Is Juki as much mar
ried bj this methodi according to
Siamese law, us by any other,
bast year the kln- was engaged
to his new queen's half sister.
Princess IfaJlatha but thai b -trothal
srsa declared annulled by
a royal decree. That was a queer
His majesty's noble desire." It
Stated, "firmly und definitely to
insure the succession to the throne
cannot satisfactorily be met ov
ink' to the Incompatibility of tem
perament between his majesty and
I'rlncess Vullatha. which ma I...
accounted for by the chronb hs
posltlon of the princess, whose
nervous system leaves much to be
desired ' Shortly ufterward Un
king became, . ngaK-d to Princess
Ills majesty Is 42 years old and
in honorary general of the British
army lie ram. t., England whon
i Was H n1 Tf!q p.i I si
lorTord end Pcndhurst Af;-i-
..r.iti he r.ao attaehsd to t'.-.c Dur
I HI llgh( Ir.fantry. Ho .peak..
Qnglilh we:i and Is ror. rcr.n
"U'l v-torn i-.-.nnnpr n:vl c-u-'.cms,
InJtldlnj Its various rr.i
d. of l;-icg and untying tho r.up
v , .
OO 1 -
HAD TIME FOR DOGS
BELFAST. Sept. 30. It Is record
ed that In the midst of all his pre
occupations and anxieties of th. ,.
six years, the late Michael Collins
found time to keep up his one rr.
Interest outside the establishment .f
the Irish nation.
Thl. was the breeding of his be
loved "Kerry Blue.." a type of dog
Shat has beeom very popular In tho
past year or two. Even wb. n on the
run ond later during his bitter fight
with de Valors. ViMns 8 Mm tn have
found time occasionally to attend t.
TURNED TO JOY
Austrain Waifs Cared for
By Danish Evince
CO I'KXHAGKN. Sept. 30. --(By the
Associated Press.) Large numbers of
Austrian children, particularly little
boys and girls from Vienna. hKVii b-.-a
spending their summers In D.-nmark
as quests of every i ias of the Danish
ommunlty, Hut it has been diiin t
iy understood between the Uahlsh or
sanitations arranging these charity
I visits and the Danish authorl u s. thai
no child should be allowed to stayi
fin Denmark more than six hfldnthl un-j
i.u icFuuwiuii ior n jiri'ioriK-
. ed stay were given.
in SPA1H i VOX i.i.w isc.
Many of these Austrian . hildren
have grown very fond of their Danish
foster-parejlts, when these children are
'sent back to Austria have In mmy
irist. i nce.s been poignant and pitiful.
The youngsters did not hide iher .sor
row nnd despair at goluf away.
Little Mltl Wolf-Schlcklngcr Is
nine, nnd the daughter of an Aus-,
.trlun colonel who was killed on the
I Italian frontier during the war Jlci I
mother was i. n t. hhift for miui au i
herself on a pension that hnrdly cov-;
Dred'ttU I ot Of rent, und she w ;us hap-1
p when she gOI an opportunity of!
sending Mitzi ..n a long holiday to
kind and hispltal psople In Denmark.
Mltsl and her foster-parents became
very .'ornl of each Other. The latter'
were so well-connected that they man-1
aged to obtain permission fr ailtsil
to stay for n whole year, But then
tne local authoritii - could do no more,
the foster-parents w. re told that Mitzi'
Had to rctun ;o Vitnr.u.
CKtr.p MAiicn r:.r .
Ti-.o next dRj' MUsI and ho;- foator-:
Lher loft tho provincial town In
- I they wore living, nnd travelled
I dny rr.d night to Copenhagen. His
majesty, tho Unj was going to giv
publle audler.ccs. and Mlt:l and her
."rndo had mado a plan.
The king received Mltzl. Sho told'
tlm of h.r troubles, and that she!
vranted to stay for. ver in Denmark.
Her foster-parents were willing to
rrlopt her. and her mother In Vienna I
ii I consented to renounce al claims!
CATTLE ARE KEPT
UNDER HOME ROOF
MKOUIRV. Russia. S.pt. 30.
Hungrv psaysnts In tills district aro
sheltering their .attic In their house,
because of an epidemic of catt
stea'in - Kvtreme shortage of Hi
stock has put a high premium '..n
cattle, with thy result that tho.o for
tunate enough to otvn even one held
find It much .afer to keep the ani
mal under the family roof. 4
! Biggest Figure in the Orient
Mustapha Kernel Pasha whose mllltarj victories over tlie Greeks In isle
xUnii a leader of the Turkish nationalist foment have aroused
One of KernaFs Goals
Peace terms submitted to the allies by Mustapha Kernel, victorious
Turkish leader, demand the restoration to Turkey of Adrlanople. Here Is the
adlianople mosque, the city's most commanding structure.
SHOWN ON CLIFF
Conquerors From Rameses
III of Egypt to Allenby
Named in Stone
JERUSALEM. Sept. 30. On the
face of a cliff ln th. Lebanon hills
Rameses Q, king of Egypt, well over
3,000 years ago, ordered his stone
ran era to inscribe a tablet setting
forth his conquest of the land. The
figure, of tho ancient Egyptian rul
er and his men still are visible. A
few feet away one may s..,., carved in
the same rook by a British stone cut
ter, a icord of the coming In .Sep
tember, lilt, of Field .Marshal Sir
Edmund H H. AJienby, O. C. B com
mander of the allied forces in Asia
Minor And the passage of the cen
turies fruiii B. C. 1300 to A. D. 1918
In all not less than 12 and each de
scribing the inanh v( a victorious
The cliff selected for the carving
of these historic records Is at the
mouth of the Dog river, 10 miles
northeast of Beirut. In Syria. This
strip of country lying between the
LebanohS and Egypt has been the
brl.lg. between the anebnt empires
of the .alley of the Nil und Meso
potamia, and over It has pussed tho
armies of the ancient, medieval and
modern worlds. The narrowest point
is where the Lebanon mountains come
close to the sea, and at this plaoo I
RamesoH II set the precedent of
Commemorating bis conquests by hew
ing out punel on the face of tho
cliff. Hit) example has been fol
lowed by others through the centuries
until now there arc a dozen of thctn. '
They are all cut about four or fle
inches deep, from five i() nine feet'
high, and from two to four und a half
feet In width, The ctorms of moro
than 3,000 years hav beaten upon
ionii of thorn, but still the figures of
the ancient lCgyptl&n conquerors aro
easily dlscomlblo as they stand with
tholr right arms upllftod In nn atti
tude of . Ic'.ry. Tho hleroglypblcs
havS lon- Qlnrn disappeared except to
tho trained fyc of rfho archaeologist.
STRAY DOGS WAG
TAILS WITH GLEE
BERLIN. Sept. 30. Stray dach-l
shunds and other waif canines of
the German capital are gleefully wag-;
glng their tails at the prospects of
a new 2..rf'0.ooo-rn.irk pound which
the city has decide, i to rat t as Thtr
special "pension de luxe.'"
Not only arc the Innocent victims
, of the official dog-catcher to "have
their day. but the latter himself and
his 6taff are to be provided with a
new residence eostlnr 2 5."0.o"bo
marks In addition the city hs set
aside a contingent fund of 750 en)
marks. Neukoeiln will be the site'
i of the palatial new pound. 1
j TIP LIBERALLY
Train Porters Getting Rich
as Americans Rush Home
LONDON, Sept. JO. (By the As
soclatcd Press.) Theso early Septem
ber days at-.- vvltnessi.i; the departure
from Ixmdon of larg numbers uj
American travellers ; ,r iheir homes
serosa the water Ptori ail over the
continent they bavs coine, und the'
iboat trains for Liverpool and South-j
ampton bear them aw.iy on the set
lap of their summer s Jo'urneviny-
Observant Londoners see In them'
much that is different from other
tourists, and notable among the e.
ceptlona la the tendency r., giva bic !
tips Bays the indon KVenlng
"Miles of shiny black bras-boun l
'Pag. -.. onu n in tortoise shell rlin
spi.taciew. earrylng bou.iu.ts and
wearing shoes with heels as low as"
those of i man's hm.i 1
ifor perspiring porters.
, These re the outstanding features
Of the busy scenes at Waterloo Just
j before the special trains for South
ampton have with th.r hundreds of
lAmeri. ,n passengers who are return
I The porters to whose lot it fell,
to handle the luggage of American!
homeward bound at such time count
themselves lucky. fuAi
: Three porters received each 10
sb.lllr.K-- for handling one American's
Pile Of luggage.- says the reporter
and two porter, wl, fminj sr'.n ,.J
the train for the returning pllrr, ,
esrned more than 30 shilling, apiece
Ten pounds each in 'tips , tho
week's record of these two men J
JPPeiitly they are not king, t the
"There is a man here" ono nf n,.J
told the reporter, - who witake
shjhl or nine pounds today. You mv!
ge one shilling, two ShWgS 7,"
said Hotel porters who brio- tho I
luggage here often re, ..lv "V'
four pounds. re or,
It Is almost always Amer'c.ns wJ
give such estravagYnt tin, 5 whol
English foil who ! ,a v;n!:i
rqjfanderlng money m this w? d"
them any the bJgS Jg
GERMANS LAUGH AT
BERLIN Scot. 30 Attenti
r.f ' Oermin iSStl :
booster" week r.- vntu hf.,, ,, ' a
mark f0r tb 1 n,f It , Vk 1 n"
ommodlt.es. rSateg1 lUTSE??
- l-..;ing .... , 1 : " w'r"
'' I. -. k-oods' 1 et ! Buy no
to Danish wrtmS." noney come
Because of the ohean rne et
tie flars used In ihls wQC l'
paign .0 further "or., md strU am
'ought, not in VuJVnCu K
many. 4 " Oer-
SENT TO QUEL
! MUTINY, KEN)
! BECAME LEAD
Rapid Rise of TurkisM
Dates From RevoM
TRAINED BY GERM!
Fair Hair, Light EyeJ
Direct Speech Diffsj
Him From Race '
r. E S. ry U e.
CONSTAN'TIN't H'l.l". Sept.!
There nr. on'.v tv . ralU-ljl
I o d a ' -; " t n alar 1
Mustapha Kenial I'asli.i Ironij
1 , ' : . db t ato of 1
h A.-ila :nd coniidt n . 1
of tin v lio 1 1.-1,1 - 1 1 oplsS
Is Ni' " 1 " frenl
Itussia I ajj
M 1 . r. I Kat lmchand ' l.mdl
dlan - mw, xerij
1 t nn for -- hi Ion nesfl
I hay. 1
And ol this rlumv irate
ivhosi millt ir Mctorb liav e M
the world is tn.- -n .st iiowcrfl
abb lirurc r..r whfl
perfionalltj ot t. i.i .l. 1-. Imp9
1 .nni l hat J
im I" 1 leal lan itir-! .in, thl
I Kenial Is free from both.jfl
'1 he Turkish N'attonu llsl lead!
bom in 1 vM at Sab.niKi. Ma9
, , n isirt of the Tn ,.imIi e J
. ; Ion It re almost eo9
gn 'si,, mot emi nt in TnrklsjB
. lies htul its Inception.
?n .i)s vol ; 1 infl
In IH'e k' Ill 1 I . t.Mj i
(arj career t U' n . n 1 . re J
larj ai Jum) Monnstlr Mace
He impleb I hi rn ilitar; efl
iA the I m P rial wa r . ollegn
j Stsntinople, and nt. 1 1 the
I army. He -was elevated to tfl
I 01 captain.
The young officer was
ed In pollt ies .- n. was an
lrtlc to th rear-tlonnrj r.-crlmel
tan abdul-Hamid then la j8
Kemal became an active sub
ol th.- rjnlon of Progr. s . Voun
party) .-.rnj soon iv.ik :t leader!
Later Kemal u. , 1,... e0j
that this movement under th
.-ship .11 Enver I'asha u mid I
a r t urn to da rk 1 .-a tion
.1 different name He desert
psrty and became politically!
I gresslve independent.
IIC()N(M MID OlTU
When the 'ami
Turke 1 ast i;s lot w it h the
. r... 1 . . nn an ol w .-re J
train cmd r rg ihe
army They found k. tnal 9
their most apt pupil. 1
After ; he e'.o: e f tn. ar Ssl
ev 's defeat, Kcnui be. 1 me a
to the -iltan In this . apses
w as s.-nt In lain to .ii. rel
among Turkish troops In Asia I
l'.ut far from quelling thej
nei rs, K' mil I c 1 si his ii eifl
I That was the beginning of thsJ
I ish Nationalist government n
Minor The sultan ..fflrlallM
I nounced K mal nn outlaw. J
Kemal 1mm di i -; proreedj
put Is Iberal pi coni
( Into practice. Asia Minor
under a tlioroughly 1 inocratB
ol KVKRCKTK (HMtAOV
A trrand n.alon il i.ss. mlily 1
j stltulod at Antror.i In thlsfl
. blv wai vested fu 1 1. cislatl?(fl
' elal rtiiI exerutive powers. 1
' as -ted : ' 1 -, ;.: . sident M
The 1 rei Idenl irried his
:-r;s r... i.,r :,.. 1, i,...,l a ll
I Halld.- Kditi ll. ui in ...sad
of his cabin. I dng nevera
l eur.l of in a Mo . ' m mi dan el
Today at 11 Kemal Is tH
figure in the Orient. 1
IN- has fulr hali ind ightjH
iuk ii and M
, lum build i .1 -iracterH
, an energy and directness ususgH
; Ing In orientals.
GERMAN ARTISTS T
SAIL AROUND W0
I HAMBl'HG Sept -.11 Twefl
boal ' ..,8 ar
, brn . t,he rune., I lie J
' H vt.erli,,. . .--anlO
within . , mg yen
1 '" ' 1 ' I 11 :,. .. oartV
C rni.-i .-,
Plan to cln , the .
-, ad an
tr ing t .. romj -i .- ;i t.gemea
Ing befor. t ;i. of tu
T v ess , la 58 f.-. :.,ng sal
' " I hrr. writ, r Dir. . arttStl
. rs froa
, Un. aeeompanlc 1 i,v a Munich
' tor. This tour Is to l.e mads bj
of Holland. Spain, the Canst":
and. Cuba. Mexl, ,,, ),,-,th COSd
d nth Amen. a 1 he S mth Sea U
' llln ' 'Tear-. India and the
ri is expected that thresi
win be required In crossing th
,fu:?! the parts plans to I
home about two vears.
The other er.t. -prisr. h to hi
ducted 1 re, ... nn.-m sallofl
2-fo, , . 1 Ooa: of 1 ,oa
'hey 1 -,,,,;, ! r., intend to bulll
will attempt to t.mkf -he trip
Hamburg to New v,,rh ,indsrt
n'-iii: . Man under th. a iiplcegj
Imperial Vaht club of WUSl
herg it been reported
Ainerlrnn Int' . rSfs agrrrd to bl
ls of the experiment If tht
1 1 t i.e .. 'i, .. n ' ag. bttl
- 1 ffer was r. r -..! Thosl
do nor xr.. -t ' . take t
vwter befor next spring.
EX KAISER EMEROll
FROM HIS SECLUaj
DOORX. Holland. Sept. tO.-M
, ne dismissal of the pruastsn
on Gonthard. former KmperosJ
; .lam'n curt marshal, from tBSS
w . . has
to lea,i n much fr,.er exlstencfl
he no longer appears to fear tafl
'f t:.e public. Count .n C.og
ws a strong advocate of the
pst seclusion, but now thst htm
loncer in office the fori er SM
does not hesitate to in saw
dn In full 1 w ..r paisers-by. J
He clip .ind '-i,u iir-tr.-fsB
In a fw feet of the f . tpath S
encircles the grounds, and wltsM
s wire fence between hltn snsV
He talks Incessantly efli
and tne care of trees.
")T VVlr 0rd s a-lUnk, thS-ll
woods which surround thtfl
UnnerJ 0,Jt and hft ( , se,f K
U-f. e non fn th, WOpk HSH
heerful and hoalthv V