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JEWELS BURiED SEVEN YEARS ,
Ftench Countess Recovers Treasure
Wh^ch She Had Long Sinre J
* Given Up as Lost.
' Tree?tire trove to the value of [
($9 francs has been unearthed by i (
fardeners who were making a newoath
otitsMe the Dauphine gate of the
ftois df feoulofcne. One of them, en- (
gaged in removing an overgrown lilac [
tnish, suddenly Shouted that he had
found a handful of pearls, and when ,
bid c<>hip?< nlons joined liim and more i
soil was turned up, a small heap of i
Jewels wa* revealed, lying hardly more j i
than a fO"t below the surface. Alto- i
feth#r 11 i.earls were recovered, in ad- j
Jnt In Hia.
01T10JJ IO il Terj wrgr VUC OCl ill UlU I ,
ffloiids anr] a sapphire diamond brace- < i
IR fforh which two sapphires are miss- ! t
The' police found the owner with- j
111 a fen hours, according to the Mon- j
^ txeil fierald. She Is the Countess de 1
fefe&tififtard, and it Is more than seven j
<i?eafrs since she lost them. She says j
that on August 2, when war was de- i
eJarfcd, she went to the safe containher
jewels to prepare it for re- ]
moval to the bank, but found several
c<*?e open and empty, though a dia- 1
toO&J tiara and other valuable articles i
etiH remained. The police suspected ]
v her German chambermaid and several <
times visited :her in the segregation
camp.to which she was removed, in
o.rder . to obtain admissions. After j
peace was signed this woman, however,
was sent to Germany, and the i
countess lost all hope of recovering ! (
her. jewels. The pearls belonged to ;
; * necklace of 150. and the view is j ]
hot ihn thipvps visited the hiding | ,
place from time to time as they want- j
MODERN LIFE IN OLD CITY
Changes in Bagdad Might Well Cause
Caliphs to Turn Over in Their
Bagdad, the city of caliphs, the ,
scene of the deeds of the good Harun- j j
al-Rashid of "Arabian Nights" fame, j (
\k now enjoying the strangest sights J
-- - ~e 1. Tim i
!H its j ,.w years ui uimviv. }
British have brought the Strand to ,
It?.* bazanrs. the motorboat to the Tigris
and- the automobile to its tirae.
Bagdad enjoys an English weekly j ,
magazine, published in Englinii and j .
, Arabia, including some of the latest j
btand of British humor and excellent f j
portraits of the leading muezzins and J ,
sheDcs. There are a number of Brit- j
ffch bants doing business in, the city, .
branches of great institutions frnious (
tie world over.
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British hotels are there offering.)
roast beef and Yorkshire pudding with J .
1e and stout to wash tliem down, i ]
They have Turkish baths, billiard I .
rooms, pahii gardens and are furnished [ '
- Fitb EnglisY furniture throughout. i
British stores sell perfumery, novels. I
clothing for male and female of the j
litest styles of London and Paris. One j ,
> leading department store in the old i ,
city advertises: "What you may not j
jjjet in other stores in Bagdad you j
Can cW in ours," says the Wall Street >
< .'-One .may soon see some lordly son (
hi the desert driving in his flivver to j
the local hotel to partake of the I .
roast; beef and ale of old England. : '
Selah! j ]
gv.- Circut Tent Stakes Driven by Power, j ,
, i'iie automoone irucs n?? j j
* superseded the horse as a means of; ,
transportation for the Itinerant cir
ens. "It has also relegated the use- j
lessness of the former sledge-swinging !
skill of the canvasmnn. j
Now the stakes for the tents are,
not driven by hand, but by a truck j
built especially for that purpose. It j
carries tfte stakes and the tent poles j
and is equipped with a miniature j
piledriver of the modern automatic! ,
+ ?tna nnarator) hv 5? hf*lf fmm thf* i .
WV6' VJ/?.i?vvv. ! ,
truck's engine. All the canvasmen 1 j
have to do is to hold the stakes un?
derthe harojner of the driver until
they are started into the ground.?
. School Laws in Various States. ,
Colorado, Connecticut, Massachu-! [
setts, New Hampshire. Ohio, Okla- j (
homa. North Dakota. West Virginia.. (
Louisiana and Florida do not accept! \
certiiicates granted by other states, j <
Many of these, however, issue other j <
certificates on the basis of recognized' j
/>t<u1flnriQle nrnvidprl thf* rfOllirP- I l
V.IV\IVUitu?k-f v ? ?v.?. ? ? ?^ 1 x
ments are met. Connecticut i* the j
only state which issues certificates \
wholly on the basis of examination. >
and d?es not accept credits from in- j
#tltuth-ns either within or without the
fotL , j
Queer Taste Accounted For. j j
Coming home from a party late one t
bright moonlight night. I did not light j
ft lamp on entering the house. F?el- (
ins hungry. I went to the pnntry for | i
ft lunch. Taking a -slice of bread, I i
ftpread it with what I supposed to be i
plum marmalade. Proceeding to the l
kitchen. I took a bite of my sandwich t
to fine It did not ta^'e like those my <
mothe:- puts up in my school lunch. tLlghting
a lamp I discovered I had t
u?ed *oft soap instead of marmalade t
?Chicago Journal. (
J. L. Cope. the explorer, returned
to Plymouth, England, a year ahead ol i t
i/.kn/)nia h<?f1 (list'ov^rpil ?xtfr>nsi\t? j ?
BViicuui^ f - - ~ _ t
workable mineral deposits ami gained j
valuable knowledge relating to fish f
eries, including the secret migrating j
ptact? of whales. After exploring rhest i
finds he plans to go hack, taking hii f
wife witJl hint, in which oa**1 fhe wil <
he first woman to sfr on th< >
. antarctic coatiuaat.?Scientific Aumr ^
RARc GEMS LOST TO SIGHT
Russiai Crown Jewels Supposed to
Have Been Disposed c-f in Small
The great collection of Russian
crown Jewels seems likely to share
the mysterious fate of the peacock
throne in Delhi. writes Frederic J.
Haskin in the Chicago Daily News.
The peacock throne, which cost tiie
Shah Jehan was a wonderful
canopied chair of pure gold incrusted
with rubies, sapphires and festoons
of pearls, and ornamented with
two great jeweled peacocks and a lifesized
parrot cut from a single enierp.ld.
It was a fabulous work of art.
sind when it slipped out of sight after
the death of the sh?h there was much
speculation. Presumably a strand of
pearls was lopped off here, a ruby
pried off there, and the emerald parrot
cut into a number of less disttnctta.A
4si In n f\T>L* +Y\ r*i\n a
tnc JLVUCl.t C iUCi C lili \
framework in Teheran is pointed out
uncertainly as the peacock throne.
The crown Jewels of Russia are supposed
to be slipping away in similar
fashion. There was no word of any
looting when the Kremlin in Moscow,
ivhere the glittering jewels of royalty
reposed, fell into the hands of the revolutionists.
The Kremlin has been
guarded by the soviet government,
rhe condition of the treasury galleries
is veiled in mystery.
South African papers in close touch
svith the diamond fr*de state that $10,
XX>.0(>0 worth of stolen Russian diamonds
were thrown on the jewel market
in ten months in 1921?and the
crown jewel collection of Russia was
particularly rich in diamonds.
SAVED HER PENCIL SUPPLY
Extremely Masculine Office Force
Shied Off Busy Stenographer's
Shade of Delicate Lavender.
Part of every morning in the Busy
Stenographer's life went toward collecting
her previous pencils from
everybo'dv else's desk. Of course she
never could prove these really were
her own.- The big fact *.vas that at
Hie end of the day her supply was
Feminine wit met the>jproblem. Of
course the men in her office classed
themselves as very masctiline; went
in for strined neckties and checked
suits, scorned tea rooms for lunch, but
knew every chop house within a
score of blocks?real men stuff, you
One morning the Busy Stenographer
fame, in with a new package^of pencils.
She sharpened them carefully
p?nd laid th^ni in readiness on her desk.
Plie day sped by. Her pencils were
borrowed?but returned. From the
far end of the office the office boy
came during the afternoon. "Hey, Miss
Blank, isn't this one of your pencils?
[ thought you mignt oe iookui ier a.^
At the close of the day the supply
was still intact. The color of the
Rood \v;is delicately lavender.?Pitt?
He Is Not Yet Crowned.
The news that something in the na:ure
of a tentative offer to the throne
Albania has been made to Jerome
Napoleon Bonaparte is a reminder that
he P.onaparres have long had a closn
connection with America. This con
lection began with the Bonaparte who
.vas made king of Westphalia by the
irst Napoleon, of whom he was the
foungest brother. This Jerome Bonaparte
settled in the United States after
>e:ng exiled from France by his brother.
and remained until his appointment
as king, in 1807. The present
nearer of the name, who has come into
prominence, is a great-grandson of the
sing. and a nephew of Charles J. Bona
3arte, who was attorney general in the
. abinet of President Roosevelt. It
prould be odd indeed if a plain cititen
of democratic America should now
^ecer.e a European king.
After Many Years.
A proposed wing of the American
Museum of Natural Sciences in New
fork, which was commenced nine
rears jigo a*id abandoned for lack
>f funds, is about to be started fn
>nrn*<:f- rh#? monev having been se
mred for the work. At that time the
Validations were laid, hut when the
expenditure for this had been consumed
thM work was stopped. The
lew wins will he uVied mainly for the
lousing of the marine exhibit of the
rnstitution, which is very extensive.
>ut which has heretofore been boxed
jp for tiie luck of space to properly
Inverted Steam Hammsr.
A decidedly novel use of a steam
aanuner is to make it pull out of the
ground steel sheet piling that it had
ireviously driven into it. This was
lone recently with some piling that
lad become so tightly frozen in that
t could- not he pulled out by the der iclc
alone. The steam hammer was
iuii? upside down from the derrick,
intl around the hammer four strands
>f three-quarter inch cable were slung
;o i! :?r they carried below the hamner
ji clevis that was bolted through
he eye of th^ piling.?Popular Mf
New Colonization Planned.
Tliaf th<-? Mexican federal authorises
.have in view a vast colonization
>roje<*t in Lowtr California, by which
t is hoped to solve ihe problem crested
by the ureiit number of unemployed
Mexicans ;:j present, was the
ntercsting statement recently made
>y the -Necivtar\ of the interior. Genial
Klias Calies. The pian
s to .iK.-f -trable bind to each colonist,
vhh-h w.'!! involve irrigation work ob
l larj" seal*. i
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II Cramer-Kurz Frs
The Cramer-Kurz Trio, three gift
interpreter and a pianist?will give a
path Chautauqua here. Possessed o
their entertainment offerings are alwj
. ' :
How to Dres
"Well-dressed on a Moderate In
come" Is the subject of a distinctly un
usual lecture-demonstration to be giv
en at the coming jRedpath Chautauqua
by Evelyn Hansen, who comes to th<
Chautauqua field direct from the Ex>
! tension Department of the Art Instlj
tute of Chicago.
Using women of different types as
j models. Miss Hansen points out the
! lines and style of dress and the color
combinations that are suitable to the
dainty type of woman, the majestic
type, the blond, the brunette and many
other types. Miss Hansen calls it the
art or science of type-dressing, and
she approaches the subject from th<
; various viewpoints of beauty, utility
j and economy.
J During the past " year under th*
j auspices or tne Art institute or uiucago,
Miss Hansen has talked to fully 95,000
people in clubs, schools, chambers
of commerce and salesmanship classes.
Her lecture here promises to be one
of the most practical and unique of
the entire Chautauqua program.
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JLiie present wiue-spieau nucicsi
timely the appearance here at the fort
Vierra with his company of native Ha
VIerra first appeared in this con
i There he and his company won an
I measurably responsible for the subsec
I the United States.
The company will play the beautif
! to Hawaii and will feature the haunti
! their native music.
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'cd entertainers?a soprano, a character s
delightful prograr.' at the coming Red- I
f rare ability and striking personality, !
iys hailed with delight.
rer to Tell Women
s Well Inexpensively
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in the South Seas renders especially !
hcoming Redpatli Chautauqua of Albert''!
waiian singers and players.
ntry at the San Francisco exposition, j
nthusiastic. reception and he has been I
juent popularity of Hawaiian music in |
ully-toned stringed instruments peculiar
ins:, pl'aintive melodies characteristic of
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nd Criminologist ^
active address oti ffl |
of lawiessr/iss, I
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"I was hardly able to drag, I ra
was so weakened," writes Mrs. ay
\V. F. Ray, of Easley, S. C. L
"The doctor treated me for about rj!
two months, still I didn't get Wj
any better. I had a large fam- M j
ily and felt I surely must do
something to enable me to take U|!
care of my little ones. I had Jjj j
heard of nf.
P1 01) Si 1K!
% The Woko's Tonic |
3Q "I decided to try it," con- y? j
rjj tinues Mrs. Ray ... "I took rj 1
^ eight bottles in all ... I reA^?ma4
gCillltU my du^u^ui CLUU. ..av^ apr^
a had no more trouble with wo- hd j
manly weakness. I have ten
children and am able to do all
Sf my housework and a lot out- jn; t
vS 'doors ... I can sure ::ccm- m ?
^ mend Cardui." ^4
^ Take Cardui today, it may
^ be just what yoil need. w ;
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^Friendly Enemies j
|j A play which will please and S
M delight the entire audience. |f
II NEW YORK CAST' g '
I ' SIXTH NIGHT. " 1
| Redpath Chautauqua I
$A\ 18 Snl^ndtd ? 7 Rta
? -r? SZASUiV 11LKZ,Id $1.75 ' ^ & \ VX
Attractions - Days ^ [w] '
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H A play you'll thoroughly enjoy.
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| Redpath Chautauqua 1
i i83>1f-nd:d SEASON TICKETS $2.75 IBig 1
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lick the good Maxwell Kv
itQ is p fSi&*
ribute to tiie reliable, ' *
nical way in which it
the average family.
n-skid front and rc-~r; disc steel wheels, demountabletot rz-n r.nd
type lamps.^Aleznita labrica..on; motor dnven clectric horn;
4 spring?: dc-ep, *-rdc. roomy seats; rnoj lost her upholstery
broadcloth in do-cd cars; open car side curiam* ope" with _
and brake action, -itecrw/i ani gerr shifting, remarkably easy;
*r-t;?ht vcmdsh:e!a. Prices F. O. B. Detroit, revenue tax to be
ng Car, $885; Roadster, $882; Coupe, $1385; Sedan, $1485
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