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RUSS FEAST DAY
Pretty Ceremonies Described by
Singing and Dancing by Peasant
Girls and Boys Chief Feature of
the Occasion-Survival of
It was the Fenst of Trnisfiguration,
and from all the' Countrysihe around
Como the poor, the crippled and the
ged. u Again ind again -e iheari ti I
tapig f t a ene and a1 plaintive
voice aisking ains radi Christa, for I
tilt- Chris's sake. Yis.hev and 1i
dropl)01 a few kopel' into t1h hugs
they thi'ust Iefore Iltin. The wonien I
foliowul witit barge pieces cut from 4
the big blaek lonavi's, wliile Iv n I
Pach) stek solillily deixy.lttcid at great
gren cuetiber. This yeNatr cu('iit
hers were scnrce, Its it was frotu k-itn
it t rIle gift of love. But whether we
gave cuiumber or bread or kopeks.
bic: in '::.A of is ('tne the phitivitI
ilg-sontv ble.ssing (if tfe beggar. Elven
fle irolighest, p)orest Rissian pensant
Is Illoved to proifound pity by the spvc
taci' of htiman misery. Ills own life
teaclhes itu11 the rieaning of pain lnd
privat Ion. But they (10 not <hll his
sympathy. They make hini more sen-' 1
Sit ive to the sufferings of ohlers.
Now fron the farther end of the vii
lige cane te strains of music. There
was it ebioris of yotig volces ne'om
pinlei by the thrmInining of the hil
alnkit. the clanging of eymimis and
the throbbing of the houben. it kind of
tabniourimn. Clearer tin(] cearer caie
tile intusle tntil suddenly arotnd thet
corner of the church emerged tite pro
('ession (if players and singers. The
girls were in tite gay ieih costm rilets of
tihe pensants, and the boys wOre
smocks of green and orige niad
br'i ghist bilue. heled by 'cords with
tnsseied ends. The instruinnts we re
in th hands of the boys. The g!rIs
aml in reiponse to th preonter. lie
was it ch'n-looking, toisl-h1:1a'ed lad
of S'venteei, one! of the last to le
.ra ft ed to the froit. It it clear.l111s8y
vo*icewl 1n nhlandol) of emlotion hie
.5:1,E an > (I folk soig. adding new
verses of ils own as lie strode along.
Three tiies thtey cireled th vi-.
lage green, ald then gaitthering oni tie
grss befor' the ('1hurch, they sntg alnd
dancd till imorning. The rush and
Ji'.yous fling of tit' dancers, (it hbm.
Ing.- colored costiunes lin the light oif
ie join!e torhes, tho lan11i 1ter 1111(
snatchtsJif song rising out of tho Iark.
the youtmg lovers wvit Ithi their enrosSes
frInk itaidii unashamed, the church bel
it intervias (shling like a great llm
pie gong, an(1 the startled birds whel
Ing overhiad maside al impressiton of
primive energy and e11auty. I wa s
cnried back across the centuries to
the (lays wt'hean the mcrne was young
andi the m1e01n Irew life and inspirn
tion direct1ly from tihe, Jol.-Albert
Rhys WViliamts inl Yale lieview.
in the Limelight.
WVagonls are trencherous devices. My
iast expteince l 'with one wias In a
trafle Jam just before I reachIed the
IuIsIlest corner in town. I (d(d not
kinow h Iat the boost I gave the wang
on h1ai (Ion(! nily dmiliage to eliher of
ts, and so, Wh1en I swung Into tile
main int'rsection I planned a perfect
Around (enmeli the steering wiheel
and I felt it lock. I felt for the brake,
hut In my excItement struck theI gas
and began circling the traficl cop at
break neck speed, ie dodged mie at
least three tlimes before I stoppedl,
thte exact cent~er of downtown atten
tIon. Thien he regained his brenth
add raised his voice for all the worbil
"If ye are finished with this
gr-rand exhibition,"~ he adhvised,
"please go sotmewhuere else so thie traf
fic can get by !"-1xchange.
Necktie Banks Now.
The latest thing In coin-carrying de
vices ia reported by the woodnmen who
are drifting into Virginia, Minn., in In
creasing nmtbers. Insteatd of the old
scheme of catrrying their stake In tileir
woolen socks, loose In their pockets or
in a wailet, the lumber jacks and
miners now carry it in their neckties.
Thtey insert tlhe bills in the lining of
the necktie, iln the tie and thten tack
It in the front of theIr shirt. The ad.
vantage lies In the fact that one has
his bank irectly In front of hIm at
ail timaes. Inden',tally, more wood-.
taen are' wearlng neckties this year
thann ev'er before.-Philadelphin 'tec.
Houses for Scotland.
S4cotland1 Is undergoing ian almost
ceas('less tigltilti for more andu bet
ter houses, and( the inqlftiria's tare mtore
nutmc'routs thuani ever for Amteiricenn Inum
her. hardwai'e and maiohie to'ols. With
il lt'i' war loss Scotland nteeds more
than 100,000 inew homnes. it muany
citie's sIx tind eight famIlies hatve been
livilng In smalil dw~~ellintgs, sometImes
one or two famillies in a room. The
Scottish progriami for 10'20 calls for
Famous Hotliston Elms.
Elmats at Ilolliston, Mass., pianted
Rlbout the year 1747 have been nom
tnnted for a place in the ai~nl of Fame
of the Amnerlenn Forestry association
at Washitngton. They may have been
six or seven feet In clrcnmference dan
lag WashIngton's time.
"The backer of the show con
plained that his cake was dough."
"i s ~:i'se the star gave him tO
understand thtat ia what angel eMk
pinrally turns out to ba.?
,AN'S APARTMENT NOT
DANGEROUS SAYS GIRL
Isn't it strange to, what extremes a
girl will go in order .to vamp sonie
member of the whiskered sex, for
whom s31he has set her cap?
'When Constance Talmadge -goes "In
Search Of A Sinner," her next. John
lmerson.Anita Loos pro(ItiCtion, dis
tributed by First National Exhibitors'
Circuit, which will be the Princess
Theattre's attraction for Thursday, she
(ons a typical "vaip" costume of the
"standing room oily" variety and
walks ito h1er victlim's aiartment, with
the ina1net iitintioll of at least be
Whlther slh accoinll ishei her ur..
o or not is another uilstion. Neel
ess to say, he: in1tntions were earll
est. n her latst wcrhirliig \l As. Tal
madlWge is suppolted by iadeliff Fe1
lows, Aujorio Alilt on and Corliss
.(r'wa's Tate1v'ss, chill 'ronic
etme(v vitality mix', energy I pirifyin, an:l t
richiug-the blud. You can (wn (eel i St:entlb
+inl. lovIgorating Effect. Pric, GO.
NOTI('E OF E1-E:I:("l'loN.
C'ounty oif L.aiirens.
Whereas, (ptitionui.n by a legal
miniber of the iqualifiel electors and
fresloldirs reidilingt in ll ekleed rvillI
school district No. 12. Nuw1rry coun
ty, South Carolina, asking for an (lee
tion upon the iustion of voting an
adlitional I mill tax upon the proper
y ill saii district, to he uIsedI for school
;m1r1poses, have been illed with Ihe
County board of (Iluent Ion, an election
is hIereVbY ordred upon said question,
:aid election to be held on Ilie 28th day
of August, 19120, at pibli :;chool builhi
ing inl said district, udl(eP Ale manage
111(nt of the trumst c f i said .school dis
Only such elc(toZ (1IrS art1r11-n1 real or
rsonl: proletiy for taiatioln an(1
who -exhibit the-ir tax recce;ipts and( rvg
IralO rll e'(Ptifiat S as 1(11ired in
the general elctilon shall he allowed
'T'lost avoriii- thi I '11i ll additio ali
tax shall vote a halllot t containn Ihe
Word "Yi0F" ritnor prined her
on. TIhose against# the I imill ad(ldition
al tax shall vot a ll oi containin
thewor "N" "tritenor :r"nted
P lreon. :'11s shl l pi ' jn a: the 1o r
of % o'clock in the forcnloii and .wal
r'(mainl 4,It 11 unt1il th( lou. of
oclock i hth afternrOi whn he
shall he clo.-ed, alal the hallots unlt
The triuztee shell repo t the ru-lit
of the electioni to the county itor
and couinty slupriintedlenu-it (t (-duht.
lion within ten days thierafter.
i. '. WILSON, Su.t.
[2t-A By order Colniy Ioard.
an give far
DITY OF ANOtNT GLORIES
LIma, Peru, In the Past, Was a Capi.
taI of Color and of Almost
One must not think of the modern
lity of Lima, materially enlarged but
spirltually dinished, deposed from
ier original supremacy over the Amer
[can southwest to the point of losing
ier own characteristic stamp, with her
,eglonal customs forgotten ar.d disng
Lred by bastard and outlandish edi.
lees and iarred ii her surroumdings
)y the dcline and neglect of her
,ount ry seats and the denth of her an
We imust think of her its she was in
ier most propitious years, in the flrst
Lwo c(niries of her foundation;
nrowned with olive trees nid orange
[rees. 11nold the shlinmertng curtains
)f willow groves nnd baniana plantai
'lons, 11in1l( fragrant in her iiallios
mind grdenis by violets, earnations,
.-onvolvullf, abhundanle and Sweet has1
lIs; tlie land of flowers and of per
rumed waiters ; the Indian capital of
ofty Ild Solkl towers, of hlleonies
ibl fia rooifs, (f tiles Mnd shuhlttered
bliiids, of skirts an1d anilitles aliitnost
U1oorislh, whose disguise Imaintahiltstl an
Lternal carn!val, tihe City of eleg nt
11,bll., it' spightly nms, of colilly fes
livals. coinedles, tournaients and bull
flghts, of luxury and ostentation; the
k11ut i ful creole, devolit aind senisuial
iliugihter of Sevilla and the grand
Ihlaliter of a sultanai; the niother (of
Vir glils and Siits. (if pomupous gentle
wen and1 learned doctors, cares "sed by
the golden eials of tier M clitirches
and by the incense and chunts of her
I ienat h an air of (ixqisi te- tempern
tiure and nt 1i Istening and brilliant sky,
grew LUia, the living linage of grace;
id she extended over the threshohls
or Ile f ragle country her vell (if smil
ing -llency and e'ligance.
Ibick of' LI1ima 1 ad the ecoast, the re
gion (f f)It siesta, of negro slaves and
the easy lIfe, however, arose the sler
In, lnnneise and stIll undivIded, (he
true 'eru, froi Isto to Las Char
ens. well en Iled, at the Ieglinning of
the colotili.of li, Nuen- Castilla and
Ntieva TI'oheido, lbeenuItsq, in t ruth, it
stows physically a greater Spain, gl
,itle '1uii hInic; an auistere region,
tiuphenived wnd vraggy, a lond of weari
ness anl lain, more subjuganted and
nfileted haln Ireld. I1ulestite or Ar
mIenin.-TJe do In Tivr d Agucro in
fercurio l'orunna, Lina, l'orit ; Trans
lation for Intei'-Aierlen.
Highly Dangerous Gas.
Car'bn'on Imonoxide, ia constituent of
Ill utninain ng gas 1and a subTsfance
giveon off by a voal-fire burning wIth
ia silnokeless flime, is so deadly that
its us! as n poison gas in itr his
been cons)dered. It proved uinsuiltable
for this liutiIlose, but is a source of
dainger in closed spaces where there
arc leaky. gas pipes, the fumes from
iutoobiolles In operation, or the dis
charge of exhaust gnss from explo
slon engInes. Industrial and coal
mining rIsk from it is so great under
certail conditloTls that a special Illb
sorbent for use for masks has been (Ie
vised. This mate'rinl has been named
hoiealIte, and originally consisted of
a iixture of 50 per cent of iangan
eso dioxide, 30 per cent of coipper ox
Ide-, 15 per cent of cobalt (Ioxide and
5 per cent of silver oxide. Slightly
moI~dified( slice the first trials, (lie comn
hi(rsition 1s stalted to work effectively
in a gas canIster, absorbIng thie catrbon1
monoxide from the air lbreathedi, ex
cept whieni imopnired by accumuilation
The newest ivention in photog
raphy is the X-Ray moving picture. It
has been possible, of course, to look
through one's body- and make pictures
of lIvIng organs, but now every move
ment of every part of the blody tmay
lie reproduced on (lie screen. The
slIghtest movement of tihe heart, the
muscles, joInts, itestines and lungs
can be watched for hours at e tIme.
Such pictures are etxpOeted to be of
the greatest importance to moedicine
and1 surgery and make possible many
new cures. These pictures have been
made tro far of anilmals on13'ly bt hu
man beings will soon ho filmed In the
same way-. The human body wvill
have no 'Iecrets in future which the
physiclian and surgeon cannot rend
Grain Dust ExplosIon.
The 1United Staites department of
aigriculture-i recently- gave a very jprac
tienl deinionstratfion of thie daniger of
granin-dust explosions in imnpropierly
ope-ratedl elevators. A miniature sheet
iron hullig wasi) used for (lhe dlemon
strat Ion. A lighted lamp was first
placed in the tiny3 struicturi and a tn
bleslpronfuil of powdler, gathiered in au
urini hiandling plant, was then bilowtn
Into the~ tmodel building with a pair
of bellows. The result was an exlo
llon Of coniderai-ble force. The au
thiorlties point (nit that cinnliness atnd
instatllat(ion of effelemrt ventllatflng ap
parat us will reduice (lie pei of' graIn
English ActIve in Motor Industry.
The i!rst big step towaird mnas pro.
dluct ion in England .has been taken
with the organlzation of a $30,000,000i
combIne in the Iritish mootor indlustry,
"Jahmes tt-ls ie- lie has secured a
light roie in uu popular ila v."
"The~n I'll bet hoe comes ~n carry
"The rn'm you was talkIng to Iast
uaight comese from Nevberg."
"Ahi! that exlains why he was auch
a lobater. "
In 4 Tri
Essex 4 T
Carrying U. S. Mail
Sets a New Mat
:e i r'-t It of ani :au toinobile carr
I n' (n2 wa: ''' .ah wih fL liUht v
I) efnn. iWh1ldiie of momenit
Iall <loubt about therliai) lity
a L a ' al service.
Records Prove What
Oceanto oc llan a itoIobil tav ias
n.ot Gen-so conimon as not to be of,
inersttoal motorists retgardless; of
Lbe 'Joe re:ltiru in zaakinlg tle trip.
31lll1.e:!s of cars have soucht to set.
n<%% w irne rorolds etee Sanl Fran
ise, a::h Ntv York. Biut it has not,
b I 'l "asy necrom.iipitl*m lt. The
recrd Nel by lIsex hiad stood
for fourL ya s.
Ymlur dh ; . s :In Ito! 1.i.al thlose(
mile ntd i. e tra 1 Isconl~nt nt'-l tri . 1'lnt
m' :<ii "o ul lia be of, you.r cal,
r m i fu ianll" . i im4 not
iTire is one niecessil
as cost 1514o to 2C*o less t
Between San Francis
-k for Consistency. of
r Equaled by Any Tra'
gia e. ..\ai acok , t he Aer ia
[II nortancet i the wordI Ipe
c at , valueI to 11 h :noto:-ist. C'orw i
o~" f l:h wei-11 in thc most1 11iW (.1
Doesn't It Prove
What You Want?
Hunt l'Ssex reveals how th'se- vostly
car t !- P ar,' il o of i IIL
"O lowne : o-:u you to th !-: e.
. a v v i Ci rI 0 o it na111n o t
b1i . Y I r i, :' l li t I
na b ry!n-dite :
y~sold at less thani p
han' they did in 1910
M4s. S. C.
*o and New York It
eli..' EN E
days, I I IIrs., 13 1111i1.
.W - R k :n ord: 1'! r.. w inl.
Ni Viori (q Sin Fracitels1-I
dais- 1.) lirs., 17 inii.
-! rs l ord :'2 1: min.
San Fraielse( ti New York I
1 )Ih lsby storm. alld Sunday
N I 11rh toi Sanl Franelse.
Is car I i 'I,, lo r rut' an d
'.''"'.ran :io storms.Yet, It
rake ':t for n- F re or-l by.1.
The1 -nl'rttle filr ('11h of thte
ur f ) e vout., oi er 3.317 mitles
Ov -] tito alla rou11te waS 1 days,