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PHOTOGRAPHING BEAUTY SPulL' ufm !U 1 WMm . W??m
Miss Edith H. Tracy, ol This City, Urged On by Unwavering Enthusiasm, Climbed Huge Mounds of Shifting Dirl, Threaded i Close Woven Jungles and Mounted Tremendous Scaffolding in Getting the Remarkable Views Now on Exhibition Here. Ni'X\ that ' , ? ma ? anal is faM o) K??"?i x\ n> in which gn* mai arrive al a dim appr?ci?ti*>t. . I pic of its croatlon ? ? to visit the l-\ Is.un ?ja I No. -*.M. l kith axen dltb il Tr e.x has o| exhibit?? tlon >hv ""ojtraphs sthmus ip ?r . gvi ?i ih i of COO? i Mr \ yew net like 1 utani, ptaaffh The; tin? F geeu e erh s - - Ith a I ? otupli cues-.- lid pre? hensior whbah have nspired Colonel raen 'the most s?i.i. ng ;>*? been taken do\v-\ ? rPHOTOORAPHED RUINS OF PAN? AMA CITY. ?~>f 'irse e*W ' ?holographs of e dirt unis ?nd ut earn K?ks in different stages of c'?s*,ru - on k'is? Tra - ' has rhologr g iunglr. of th< *?? iSh cit> ,?f Pan ?a. the histor at Pan? ana at ?hd of it s of the Frene?*! ls??lure. \- Into all of them she ris infused her hvidu&lity. or? t' ?von th< xicting the era ? s and th-* s'cam ?\*els and the rt t%ins ?u(?Th fSOBB* Wh '?i I'.inn se subje?. Is to i thu ? Stase w^rth a vis rho know Jo? ? h Pennel? ' panama will a the artistic sense which d Misa Tracy In her nrdooua ? BO] 7.??ne. And they were OfdUOUa lal Ti v to imagine three lone women ? Tracy and Id V. Ore? ne, of S. J K?st of lins city, climbing from morn? lui* !.. nlnlit over the Nluftlng ?lirt on ? ut, shtml t?o of t b tremendous I through th. Jungle enshrouding tl ?-'."? T ' ?,-_? and the rusted piles of i?>. . t h machinery, while the tropical sun ?;n?te them from above Every day they .tatted out from Panama "-here? they made 'heir headquarters at the Ho'el Tivoli. Ott the f,.\>,i) o'clock train,: getting ha'k ever-. Bight S I loc It no tired th"y must k" straight le bad it took them si-teen dayg tsithovt a iet-up, shrteen days of tramping and .limbing tri te. heal frith their bedfey apparatus, ?.f dodging under diri train? or into l?cemetl 'iiring tlie fre QUSttt blasting, of explorations it? the noisome native quarters of Panama, before the) got nil ?the pictures they wanted? *l ''i:' 01 t bui dn ?'? and dfty m all. And then ' 1 ha. k to tttJW York, leaving Colon "ii Man h 11. 1913, getting their !ir_t long rest a'?oard -hip. NOW ON VIEW IN THE FOLSOM GALLERIES. Of these IflO Slgwe Mis? Tra f has hung e'ghty-four In the Volsorn gal lerfea They are all of -??n enl-. merits, and POOSSSS tl ?eoftttSBBl ' ' BO which corne?? with enlargement. She took all nf them her . om panlons acted mer? .r.d de fenduis using three caiueraa the largest W'.. i.y SU ;? i th winch ehe took her canal i ? BliOther. I '.\\ by 4'i in. beg, which _h.e need vrn.? i ipally in Panama City, and a third,? "-"i by ???,i, with which she took ?nap-B shots in ail locaMttea ? - Tracy live? al No 80. f m ll'Jth street. She makes her h.'Hdo,'. irfl tera at the Camera Club, in We??. ffitlfl sir- ? ?. H SOCIETY FOR GIVING PRACTICAL INFORMATION TO THE IMMIGRANTI Between the ik version ofl an Oxl Ho ? ?"*.? rite a i vacations v ..g\, ita)y '? g I r 01 iety t hue j\U? bct-n f?? . |g-j t? t,r to every immi-. ? ?. ige t he i.? ? ds and crt usef atjd ****** lies on The f. tat rive months aso. "J student who Bl der hi ? ? werh g 1 helpful and | I with the ' , I J 1er "air. t for Immlg ? lie when 1 fall - to c?: ? England. He had ? ,k Tt tan. and the trie:- -id had su? h ?-. -, nation for ) r I vocations Uvlng among them, r?artirtila> In Tuscany, sharing their daily life a becoming as nearly one of them as i American could. I* x?.a-- natural, ther I When he. came 1 aek to his ox country he should continue his Intima association with th? ?r through them, with lean '--rants of eth nationalities. i-Jven up to the ? tme. Mr. Carr says, he spends more thi half lis evenings in the restaurante Immigrant xvorkrngrnen. ,r. ?arr < ,- ??*? t?. know ai to satisfy in a su; the era' ing and the need of 1!. folk f? practical Instruction IS the little things? daily I IS In a M IBd ten man.' says Mr. Carr by way . 'ration, "goes to a public nlgl ' to bam I | The only hoc have for him to use are primer? WrttU for children, in them be Snds BOeh t>r words, a? 'doll ' The wor'ls l?i no* such as 'shovel,' and be fall?; to get U xocahulary that ho must have for b daily work " CRITICAL INFORMATION FOR IM MIGRANTS WANTED. I ?arr WnHS about ' magazines a? "The. World'? Work" un cok ' These articles attracts :ion of the Connect.* il Chapte f the 1 ?aught* i of the Americas R* vu . Whom the craving arid tii ? .? immigrant for practice -motion had become pleasingly an I'arcnt. They geternslasd le have a boo] ?rritten to meet th* md Mr. Car was asked to perf?.?riri the task. Of his work is knovvn t< thousand? of Immigrants by th* aimple tide of "the little green book, "j^h it bears on the SOVST the WOTdS ? ?jui'Je to the United dtetes." it has been out about three years ani In tiiat tlmi more than HUM OOOtea have bOSU dis? tributed at the nominal price ?I I It has been printed in three language?? Italian, Polish and Yiddish with varia? tions in each MOB to I ?" the [articular needs of each nationality. An English translation of the Yiddish edition ha? aln?j Seen published SO gratifying has the tittle book proved to the people foi whom i( was brought out that an Insistent dc man'i hatj already grown up lor the print? \\ ing of the l>ojk in twenty-two additional tongues. This will be done as; rapidly as the funds permit. The society is el pres? ent dependent upon the rerj small per > eentage of pro*Jt from the sale of 'he boo- and upon ggsgnbershlp fsea sub? script ions and glftp. gSSa ?tories thai _ IT tells of his ?.'.-,? experieneei through which h. BBSnt to Know th? I I. ich of humanity. ? timid 'he door of his bachelor '? of st.nis overlooking Fift Ing i Mi' ?'arr - man - ?wart? a ?louec hat pulled we sr his "i r the tirai time la my Ufa ? i think.' sa. "I put uw . 1 pre ; seed for a | i with . owncaat ? ? ? ? : wkb fa.t g tl ?ii the :? '? -It?"- til - ed to get out the one word "We and with that h<- ?railed i.?di antly. It was the Ttddlsh title for the little preen ?book, and Mr. Can- opened tl ? ? the aid of a fan English and a few mor. in Yiddish th. man 8 story was learned. The man furrier ana wanted to learn about runn? ing. Among his fellow workmen he could nothing sad t Si ??t him t. ? '.' ? obtain it b. na things in \ ? the fac? ' fully ; : Issd v, in?. ? which i s i sad ? . bring deliver? d In s I a, the dking chl? ? little . book. In ti.? sudl notlosd an nnu . Kiri, who WSJ writl though sic- wsre taking down 1 ISCtUIS. ?! h? n it v\ if gbs had been 1 words in Bhorthsnd Bh. did not shorthand. She I Id ually translated the ?'Mire lecture Into English snd ?written II .town ss the speaker continued, In ord?n to read H lat? r to l.er fath? r, who ? leai n all about It, but could not com.? to tho lecture because he hud to work at night, 'i hen then e ee an eld Jeerli * >:i In whos?- ha ' : book SB ? ; : : no of th?? Infor? I ? -.?. li* ra or ho? i i i ?? committed th* oh of ? ad ?>f Mr. <".irr Hii old .'? o nalklng along th* i.i - face d? ep into the op* a ? little I'll? t -bound pan reaet of the i ' t !;.- V. ,.l,I ". III/.. I Ills :? : into 1 man, in? OttWhllS ? I ook. He found tie Hi I .. . .:-- th" first >'" aid* ut ; in. i Btat* - ' ' The - oond: "Who ? t of th?? 1 i.U' i - ti un ? v. b< r* ? .in viu get tl'.e .m., t of '?? ai on the Bon ' .-. -?;? i" the third rju* ition eras propi i?-t"r i . t t hen this Insidi?os method i quaint : mera with the mei I ? i business. Sum SI nut. ? nil with the same answer, were scattered throughout the book, and the pitiful part I of 1 teal tho ambitious new An.. ???! was about tO if is against the I m adult t.? gn a? ? child. Th. penal! Uly Impris I ?r the ding of ti??? < blld I tion of 1 he ' r?. .: Mr. f'arr saw B ?i with g little girl ?.Ming Rinn on fifth avenu? . II?' ?topped th? in and ex plalned tin sere r_ inlng. The woman shov?. ? d 1 ?tiui and was onl ?of i ... rats remedy she had Inverted their entire espi? ta] s dollar bin- in a bos of chswisg ?'.mi aid had si.irt-.1 out to lncrsss.1 roan m thai em Hsr - ;?? i? true. The chance encuntcr with Mr. ('.ni- had p? ed th. husband's d spared the WOtnan and .hild th. pain and humiliation of ssparation and M 'lt. Tic gulf that needs bridging, Mr C.rr thinks. Is that between the ln diif-tilal and farm workers la thin coun? try, ?"'?unties?? immigrant? come here with ??.me trade suft* leni to enable them t" find work. But Inelr to own and till the land. ? of land that is for sale back Old wornout I Is held at a high Bj i not know, and th? re : no or..., q q ?!!? . t., tell them, of th.T opportunities fer the name thing here. ill is tiiat h ?' the aaada Uara are being sent buck to Italy buy such land, hnowledgfl here would [?erous and iraluabl dm. NO ROSES GROW IN THIS COUNTRY. ?. la well illustrated by snotbi ? ter Of which Mr. Carr tells. I In Tllecler Street ?!" day he saw an lag with fSsdhstsd v .? ?!"W . It was al ? till..I with H Btopped be- | ,:. 1, turn : ' I ?timed hn rely: "Oh! Host beautiful they are" And then after ibe Hdde.l : "But Why do . think that?" asked Mr. Carr in the ? well Her -hment nt hi? 'Jiiorance. "Why,** .'?he ?".ntc cause they must bring tiicm all t! ? from Italy, roa know, ro roses g this country." And to meet the craving of all tbOBfl peop'e for the information that they find so hard to obtain through chance in <Hiir:<-?' the Immigrant education S .' has been formed. .\i B-St Mr (air h. .ne ofti e assistant. th?-n be added a ne end and a third, and just recently ! ? u -- Orace Humphrey from O I im In and take charge certain partn Of the work. A coun.il direction has Le. n formed, tnciudt nineteen men and women. bssldSS .^ fair, who have already become prO iii work along similar lines. This council includes Edwin H. Aridi sop, president of the Amen?'an Ubrs ASBOCfaUlon ?nii director of the New . o? Cubile Library; Professor Emily 0 B of w. ii?rsk-v ?'oiiege, Bssmbsr oi tl ? its Immigration ?*"trm and author of "our Slavic Fellow t tl /..?n-" ; f___ari<_s F. D. Briden, ehairat ' lisssachusstta FTes Public Ubrary Commission Bad St?ite Librarian ot Massachusetts, It. Thoma. Darlir secretary of the Welfare ?"ommittee ot the American Iron and .Steel Inetttutg and former Health Commissioner of New York ; Robert Erskine Kly, director of th* League for F'olitkal education and ex? ecutive director of the New York Civio l-'orum. and t'av. Andrea Sbarhoro. presi??? ?lent of the Italian-Am? rican Hank of "-?an, Francisco and founder of the ItS-m_r? S? :.?" agricultural colony at Asti, ??ftm^ who started the first nicht school H Italian immigrant- in San Kranctsc^^H 1H61. and when he could find no tertfl m Italian for their use wrote one -!?H self. The address of the society is "^B 141 Fifth avenue. I BERTILLONIZED ART. "Il Un* Pierpont Morgan collections an! nut on the market," said an art deal-*rv ; Fifth ?venue. -'it is MHfe to say that a 1< of fakes will le .?\posed. "Thei?? Is ii" business so riddled -Ml ! faking ss the art bustnossi especially til oil painting branch of it. Mein-e a nej uioveiiit-rit m Parts? the world's att ! tie. Is of interest. This is the Berti! Ising of all rature pelntinga The not merely aigus his paintings, but. hoV adopts this new movement, he I I ??OC prints tnem as x\ell. lie makes pression of hie thumb in the s below his Blgnature. "The thumb print La the on) really satisfactory Identification mark for hu? man beings, and it promises to be the only satisfactory guarantee of paintinga in the future A number of French erf? lMts have recently taken to Berth. their work. It is probable that t1 - - \ ctdlent idea will spread from Tus ill over the world." THE BUBBLE REPUTATION. "She may have bSSS alabad ghe was at leant brav?-, flank and open She wm no hypocrite." Khanor l?ate.?, the clever young play? wright, was talking about a young and beautiful girl suicide. She resumed: "She was SO hypoc.lte. Thus, at a tango tea. lifting a glass of champagne high in air, I onee heard ht* cry. In an? swer to certain scandalous and false ru? mors. "'Oh, what*! a reputation, anywayT Halt the world waate their It*?? > trying to live up to it. and the other half waste theirs trying to liv? it down.'" ASQUITH'S DRAMATIC ACTION BRINGS OUT STRANGE FACTS Continued from nrr.1 pagr. the bt?jnn and streu- of the refoi bill campaign Sir Robert Peel win Prime Minister retained his homo Whitehall and used t?o Downii stre* f house merely as; an oftu-e. I had, by the way, a small annul! paid to a r-treet sweeper to keep tl crossing clean so that he would n* soil his ?...ois m crossing the stre* frmn Whitehall t? the Treasury, an thai annuity vv;..? retained on the an noel sal matea presented to Pariia ment down to ? dosen years apa in former years Cabinet dinner wen 'r*.t.ti. held? bul Lord i'?i' merstoa dlooontlnuod them and the hove never alnce been revived, ids; reell pronounced ratal judgmeu upon them xvi n he shrewdly tm\d "There are man. dismal things ii middle life, and a dinner of only met among them." .WHEN CHESS WAS UNDER CON SIDERATION. ?m?- notable Cabinet meeting war on Saturday, June 10, 1872, the hot? test day of the whole Mimmer. The Cabinet mot at 11 o'clock in the morning to serait the decision of the Qenevtt Court ut Arbitration In the Sl Alabama ?ase. There was no Other business <m hand, and the min? isters sat there in Idleness for a J couple of hours awaiting the news. Thep Lord (?ranville ehbsrvsd 'hat if they sat thus much longer they should bsgln to quarrel, und so he v ? nt out and hunted up a chSSS board. Then the whole Cabinet went out en the tenaos and watched a h? risa Of gaines hetweeii Lord ("ran ville and William K. Forster. It was from this same house that J DOasflsld in 1*79 wrote exultantly to Cardinal Manning "I haxe held ?- ipiit Cabinets m g week, g f?al un precedented In th< annals of Down iiiK stre.'t. Sir Rob? fi I '? i hold foui, bul th? ?. wen not so I f|iiil as ours." Another historic in? id? nl in the old house wag In 1894, when Gladstone sttended his last Cabine! meeting? Loi d ?Hoi lej tells ue thai lb. "? Irand Old .Man' sat ?is composed ami a, ?-till as mat ble, the ??motion of h' leagUSS >l;d n??t paiti him fop ;m m slant ii" followed their words of a? knowledgmenl end farewell with a little speech of four or live minutes, ins voice ?unbroken ?and ?serena th. tone low, grave ami steady, and then said, "God bless vu all!" The most modern picture which now hangs on th.? walls of th.? Cabinet room is a 01 c of sir John IBverett MlUaisni portrait ? ?f ? ila.lsi ? ?M . whoh was pre? sented t<? the bone, b) Ins private BecretejhVM on ?We rctir.ni.tit. S?!(l. ni If ever has the Hrltish sov? ereign met his ministers in that house, tor the leSBOtt that the snv? erelfjn s meeting With them al i'ab ln.'t council was discontinued at the sesi?n of George I. Down t.? that time it liad been the rule for tbO 80ver?'i-n to preside at Council meet inKs. Bui Georg, i wao a German and could noI understand a word of English, ami th. deliberations of his ministers wer??, of ?our?.;-, conducted in til.- latter languag '. It would therefor?? have been u.s.l. -s and most smberrassinf for him to attend meet? ings at which I'.?- could not under? stand a word thai was said. Thus it was because Of his absenting himself from Council meetings that there arose ih.. custom of some one tnm Igter taking the lead m those gather inns ami thus m time becoming First .Minister. It mav be that If tic Kritislv sovereign had always been able to understand the English laiiRiiaK*' the offics of Crime Minister would never have come into exist? ence. There is, of course, nothing to prevent tin sovereign from re? turning the old prow tice of personally attending Counoll moetlnga just as Preeideni Wilaon has revived the .?id practice "f personally delivering his messages to Congress. Hut there it) also, of ?'ourse, not the slightest probability of Us ever being ?lone. Nevertheless, in the absence of the sovereign the dingy old house in Downing street lias for u century and a half been frequented by the most illustrious statesmen ?.if Creat ?Britain, and has been and is to-day the seal scat of the government of the Hiitish l.miiiie.