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THE SUN, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1913.
NEWS OF THE WORLD TOLD BY THE SUN'S CORRESPONDENTS POINCARE NOW MOST POPULAR FRENCHMAN I'roMpnt's Tour in Smith west nrn Franco Proves a Hip; StICOPfKr British King and Queen Inspecting a Fine Pack of Hounds FOUND 20 SKELETONS ON ABANDONED SHIP Captain of British Vessel fl. ports W'plrrt Discovpr.v in Mafipllnn Strait. TOIM Y AITOMOBILKS I SK1) ('WAIT MISSING 2:1 YKAHS rhfrf Kxocutlvp Provps to Pons hiiIs Tlmt Hp Is n Two Poinocrat. III FatPil Saillnir Ship Said to llavp Ucen Suhtcd in a Kocky Covp. 6 I tl'tnnl lorrnpnnitrnrr m Tut: Si I'm if. Mi't 10. --The President of Fiance no lunger mcreh n figurehead . he Is 11 whole smiled, big heatted m.in, K-i-aly .1 IVp to Ihe tired of iry dlshlrt nf his 1 1111110 This l thi linn total of j t'nincires ttln through sniithivr.trtn I'-atlfe. which ll.li Just l.i'i'ii cir.ltili 'nl for .i IVrncli J'tcsldent to ab.-nuliti lu nigli li.it and lilt Prince Allien ion was lithuut precedent ; hut that n Prr-blcnt f Prance should en among the I iwllest nf i' pinnl, shake hands ivltli Mo prns.ints, question tin-in iihout their nffalts. was u ,1 thing unheard o. Atul when AIuic Poin ir. tho Hist lad) of Krami', tool: ne clnl il en of the peasants In Iit .ntii .mil k thnn tho nci'omp.inyliiL' l.Mii,e a'nl other otllrlul gasped, Presidential 1 artltlon anil form were cart nldr unit Poind re returns to Paris a blg.er m.ui than even li.s Mends believer him to be. President who formerly wn popular .h.pfly among the liitpllertu.it ottclrx of he 1 ipltal finds his name to-day on the of iien the lo.vllc.t peasant. What ,nl this Hill iiiHin ;lx yenrv ft mi n xv, t"n nnotli'-r elect Inr. t.i'.es piaee, no one nn tell MthoiiKh the Piesldf nt of Franco i not elected directly li the people, the I'eputle?, It seems certain, will one their funin power to their allegiance to the I'ref'dent. Tvlti VI N . I v I M .'..t. IhIiiihiiI.IIbb . " M rolnearei! patty for the t. p tluo'JBl. the l.imousln district. nartltiB from . I.lmocei.. eonnlMed of forty iiutcmiulilleK. ten of whlih were Kleii over to the pre?.". Thi otherst inirled local olticl.ils mid politli laps of the ili parli'.uiilf. All nloiiK J liifi.i 1 1 in ml fne lite 1 oil V 1 nifinee of I he hiice liarty. and thimkx to M (iiidallle. ho had e'.iarKe of all iirrnni;emeiit. eer thliiK worked smoothly. The Trcsl iknt arrived In each town on the enit minute he wax expected, and theie were aliva.ii Mitflilrnt accommodiitlon for erv one In the party. At the 'fron-' tir" of each departmit mi nrch of leuve.i and follnqe had liecn erected. Heie the Im-Kl oltlclnW and politicians changed iar Those of Hu depat tnient Ju.it trav ired K-ne way In tin se vet to reielve the I'rfsldcntlal pnrt. In order that cone of the atitomolillts. which travelled inme iNMaiue apart, would set lost, the wad Mens were augmented and at each ntirsictlon men vre stationed with the merlin to illiect the trivelleis I'hotoj;- nih. rs travelled hy nthr loads o the.v .('hi meet the proctislon at diffinn; ! .'intn. The Kieptrst prohlem of nil w.'.x how rany liaccase A Ktenclim.ni can- 1 co an where without liascice. repe . lalh 1111 a trip like thin, wheie racii one trylnir to look hln hest. It would 'ive hren imposslhle to rarrr the trnnki nd valises In the antes, so a unpelal trnln v.,s secured for the purpose. Hnch mem- I er nf the party m nrrlvltiK at a town uont to th hotel to which he hnd hern ..lcned. and there In his room he found ' i trunk ".' vnllse. lre.ily unstranieil. 'i"he next ilnv all h had to do was to ' .k his trunk and leave It. It went on tnin.itlcally, and nlwnvs without nils- Cvellaia tn fnrr lpmtrhc. Op net mint of the lame numhr of iw.ipapM- men who Hwompnled the p.irtv soni s.vstein of telegraph was nee iss.irv lor this purpose a souid of vellsts followed the mitoniohlles and Mien a 11 porter hud a despatch to send to his newspaper he i ailed a ovillst. who amid It to the ntareat town an I ilepatchnl It. l.linogis, whence the I'refldcntlnl patty tarted on Its tour, I" of course the r i ,l of the old province of l.e Limousin. 'lie hoiiiidniles of which time' i annot ef face. The piople here speak their own ulnlect and M. I'olncare was treated to ohri In the "patois'1 on the occasion of II visit. l.linoKes, principally hecnuse 1 f Its porcelain Industry, has Grown al most five times over In n centurv It numbers to-day almost ino.nnn Inhabi tants. At the end of the eighteenth een- ury the (list experiments In tnakliiK norenlaln were tried. To-day there hip thitj-four porcelain factories In the de partment niid the nniount exported to Hie Viilted Ktates III 1910 was valued . ' $1 Gnfl.O'lO. Then- are other Industries of jrrfat Importiince. shoes, shoe to. 'oves. tanneries and rloth mills. Many it these places M, I'olncare visltid. show- ' u a remarkable knowlrdRe of the In ' ustrles of the province and a rem irk- ' Interest In their progress. Makes Trip In Torpedo Bunt, I ohalily the most picturesque part of ' President's trip was his visit to li'M'aux, the home of red wine. At ' mouth of the river which serves deau. the waters of which form the '"t convenient channel for the dlsttl 1 I'inn of Its wares, the 'resident In tpeeted the site of the harbor works nl vh are destined to give Increased ship 1 ' r, facilities to the port. From this point, known as Le Verdun, 'I and Mme. I'olncare proceeded up the mry through the fnmous wine country the Mednc to Itordenux Itself, where 'n.iRnlflcent welrome awaited hlin. The . tip was made In a torpedo boat and' n irlnc the four hour Journey M. I'olnciire Hmwed himself Intensely Interested In the ijert of Increasing the port facilities, lips now have tn wait until Just the i;ht moment before crossing the bar. ' ! proposed to spend about $25,uoo,uon 01 hartior Improvements. There Is Just.one mote thine 111 St. l i ncare's tour that cannot pass tit) - i'illc(d. He went out of his way to , Mt Le Ixiuplllon, where Annum! , out tu achieve'.' The Short momenta dill I .illleres, who preceded hi ill hs Tiesldent, , nK which my plans weir- uncertain vveie quietly among his vlties. Only , unnuestlonably tlm most trj lug of the en f Tmalltles were exchanged. This I (irr ttlght. Hut a few minutes later the i .-it has added greatly to M. I'nlncure's ...... niountalns In the backRioiind of I'piil.Hlon us a man of tact and rn-i 1 delation, FIRING FROM AEROPLANES. I'reneh .rni)' Aviation I'nrps fn, 1 1 llnvr Arrlal Tnret. I iniK, Oct. !. The .Urifln minouuees ' 1 uratlon of nvlatlon corps to be at- ' he. to tho artillery and cavalry, and, 1 - that It has been decided to form ten mll ouadrons. one for lach illvl- ' 1 napbl monoplanes will he used for 11. i- work In connection with the nrtll'crv. firing experiments from aeroplanes will tlv be can led out, mid for this pur-1 l.n.e targets takin un'hy both flee and i iplhe italloons will be utlliied. other ' ng experiments will be made on dlrlg-.t'ft. Hll The ptospiels foi tie fo hunting 5C11HII1 uhich , ,:,., , N. . . , ' .... e,n,",r ,p'""!"' l" '"' t,n ".'''B'" 'w,' '""' ihvr an mlktlon . .hut tlv nj ort will die nut f.n nne iei' 'ii o n:iitl.r. - .. :iGarros Vividly f' His 500 Mile Sea Flight Aviator With Crippled Motor. Crossed Mediter ranean When Aeeident Meant Sure Death Svrn I nrrt tinrtri ' u Till l ii t. ;i . Aviation ; t.flil- ,i". I provhbs ulmnst over) d n i ci, hero t wnt.iilp. but the iii.i it nf tlli' hum will wi douhttdh u-tiiih 111" f.iine foi n hi.u time to mine, for he Is Itolnnd H.irr-!?. tie mill W.M litw across the .MiiLter:aca:i. l ' w mi' thop who actuall) iciIIlc what ui'li a trip nifa.i.t' ."in m, over the i'i. in Willi nothing lint thi lev ami Hie si u In -light Rights aiv l .in: inmi' dally met perilous Imun top." mill dan- ..in-, nui in- .niiiiin la : prartii.ill.v alwn.vs ceitaln of tbnl.Mg Ian utg plate should something r.o wii'iK Hut t'n m, in who wl'.full) .tin) i h-ci-full) Mivi s terra tiiini tn th fn. houis .i.ross a hi o.itl e.pdi!re of vatc. knowing th.i' thM'e will !.e no eh.i'ue to .ihghi I. foie he teaehe. tne other si.l. and that th-1 , . , . , , ' s ifhtist trm.lde wll 111...M mil dc.ilh. I I that iiMii Is ,, lAro Indeed . froufs of the danger an not mlssiti? Lliut. Hlgue of the Kn ni'ii .iiiuv. ihi last one to attempt the traiis-.Meditei 1 ,mi .in ' ninht. w.is never liiaid frnrn. no ir.ici 1 even of the wr.ckage of ids a.'iopl.nie I , having i". ir been foiiml. and i'.'cil lirine 1 the ICngllsh air pilot, w.is fame 1 n:i 11 n r during the short oioss chan nel Might, which of 1 ourse cinnot 1 mi pnie with Hie one an omplished h !.ii ros. (innnlriif for Seven 11 ml n lliilf Honrs No letter diiount of the trip Us. If and of Its ilaugirs could be pilnttd than that given bv the aviator himself on his ti turn tn I'arls. "I lift Sdlnt-ltapli.nl at .". '.Vi n'llni k ;n the morning,'' said AI. lai ins, '"and the weather was as tine as could be deshed. .My supply nf gdsnlene wiih sultlcicnt tn last seven and a half houis nnd my plan was to make the flight In 11 stialght Hue acios th" Meiliteiriiiic.nl. covering the Sib) mlhs lit six and a half hours. This would take metirr the island of Sa--dlnhi but I was extiemely iuixIouh to avoid the necessity of landing thei". To my wilst I had snapped a watch which 1 had set at 12 o'clock at the time of my dcpattuie; I had decided beforehand that If the hands of this watch had passrd half past four on my arrival over the town of Cagllnrl. Satdlula. I would land Hnd abandon the (light. "Fifteen minutes after the start I sighted the Island of ('oislca and this was my last glimpse of land foi inoie than the houis. After that I settled 111) self as tomfoitahly as possible In mv lint row seal and steeling stialght ahead, went on, on thiough the unknown, hetwieii the sky and the water, with not even a ship In sight, I had been tlylng for ubout 1111 hour and a half when the, mo notonous roar of my motor was suddenly Interrupted by 11 sound which could not he mistaken: one of the pints of Urn motor hnd snapped. In older to ascertain the extent of the damage I would have tn land and Corsica, the nearest spot where a landing could be made, was only about forty miles to my left. The temp tation was gn at and haul to leslst. Hut mv motor was still running smoothly and rather than nbandon my nttempt I do termlned to take a chanie it in I lontlnue my flight. "Meanwhile another ipiestlou was he. sinning to worry me. Should 1 atop lit Cagllarl, thus accomplishing prnctlcall) nnthlnK. or eo ahead iiud do what I set ('aellnrl bove In sight and u glance at the watch on my wrist giue me another good reason to stop, Tor It hiiowcii mat i had t n Hying live, houis Instead of four anil a half. I thought It nil over cine- '..II.. I ,. 4 a..r..,..illl llllll llllll IllllWlNt lie IUIIJ IO 11 ! e.v ' -- elded to listen to reason and to land . hut just one mote glance at the ilcpicsslng sight of the gi ay mountains pclow ami in good inisons vanished. Lpwitrd I went and out over the sea nnd the '";'" ' A few minutes later I was again above the clouds nnd on my way to Afilci. Three Npcekn on Die lliirlsmi. sliirillni.i Hiion ilisiilineared llllll I ' "Kanllnla soon disappeared mid I was happy, happy at the thought that even though nil' lire was at siai.c, t m teasi hnd no more decisions to make ntul my fiiuiae was shady unwind to my oilglunl goal, hut the next M.ison as a nil" pious to lie more suiccssful than n of Ms pied i.'snrs. The sport Is too v,i!uabN an set for the llntlsh nitioii ti h ,ri im I to die awiv Ha h Jcir n ' luby ate Describes I sl-h:. m.v supplv of s.iioh rie was ,i l.iw Klving Hbme the cloud. I i.mld rel"1'" 1 rtouM "'" h'n' ,'"'" '" ,,"' neithM land noi del jind although mv I l,U',,t f"r ll" I"'1 oiiniMM ami otnci lntt uiiient.s wen. in mi lh nl lomllt'on, I p. 11. 1 little attention to them. Ini' wont fUalght ah.-nd, thing tow mil the nm with h by now li.nl .e mine almost tiople.il. ror mote than an hour I had n vtrv Indefinite ,k of J.jst v.l.at I was doing and when 1 ,wm .suing. It was haul to tell rvhtthei I ..,( ll; tug j .iiie.iM 01 OiOiiK iniriisi nut of m riiin.-e ' bv th' wind. I realized, howevei, that I I winning would tint hlp im .mil lM I ll.nl i'.iIimIv ...nil... 1 1 1. . I , iMn.mu ,, ,uit,. "illiev. hi I c 1 would lonle hack ''ti.iintng m ivis wa ..f no iuil. theie was fin land tn sight and on I w "i!. Iheiv speck :n the i louds levln-d m '''"pes and at la?! mv rITnrt.-i weio p.. W""K'1., '" " ,vh'n 1 ,1-'' 1 "'" " "' '"I'l-ltited that m churful . fillame was le.illv bigniilng to g ve way ,,, n,y i..nje, ,v mi st vanishing sup. ,,K r ,.,,,.,. n, ,h, ,, louM ,H. mistake, theie. letwun two clouds, was the pioinNed hind Three small specks t"1" hinlzon, l.ut mioukIi to show that 1 V'HH '"" fbiN weie 5""" !" Snt'ly theie was the fii. co.tst. nut tin. tne thiee spft piollll In I the thiee titfpcdn 1 il which M. L.on IS.uthnii had onb-ird nut from lllfriii to meet in. , aftij le parturc fmm Salnt-lt.iphai'l llliln'l Unol iiovernnient I llt. "When the suggestion was iti.i.li- that the (iovetiiinent send warships to watch in) lllght across the .Mcdlterr.im.in and I t inler assistance in ease of ttouhle. I , opposed It rnerg tlcall), di during that , ni) Intention was to make the, nip aKme The French I XTT7X intTTt k. If One What I don't understand is the hole. The Other That must represent the deficit. man) as ii great Inipinveincnt is the hnw I'AHIP, Mil, 111,- The v.irluils dchlgns siihmltteil fur the new nickel coins weie on view this week at the .Museum .if Medals nil the Qua! Cuntl, and lite piihllo was Invited by the. t.ineinmunt to e. amine the suggestions nffeieil A Jurv composed nf artists and ijovernniriit en perls will select ten designs from miiitiig the Hi;' ufTeieil, and the winner of the I'lintcM will be picked from those ten. The new coins nre to be of the fol frined and new M. !' H s spring up. The King and i.Miieit .11. taking a kiin in tc 1 st in thi sport till" eai It .s a piettv hard Job .i run p.i, K of foxhound". .it uoiin'ii make ui issfu! land unassT-tril lltit I 1,111 a-suie .iu that nothing was i ier more welriupe tii.m j these three watshlp". .ilthouKh ttoui niv point of vantai:e thei appealed to le time oy lm.lts. I Mlahled tl'itn ng be foie th'ir loinmaiiilers had any Idi.i that 1 1 was so p. ai. but I lost n tune in show-. I nig m,v si If and 1. line dm', ri long enough j til Sie the three V es"ts llllll IllOUIllt lll'll I f dlow inc. full steam nh id. I'p niialn , I went. m liop-s revived and full) deti'i il.!:'id to ii.ien bind wlllnut ,in iimIi a me. "When tne c 1.1st .1. Ii't nine within "I'll I Ultr- ll rt - HI' IL'dri H( III ( illrllK II ll I was ivpeitul at Tunis, but was might) h.ipp) to he able to land .it Hlici"..i. wheie .1 iiiaglitlKcnt iiccptlon was ttrnlei.il me. I landed 011 the drill ground of the -.ir-tlon and the scddleis wei of gri it as. 'Istjn.'e to me and helped me ti repair tile blOkeil pilt Of 111) lllntol. 'Tunis. hi.Mvt't'. was .iw.i.tin me .in I 1 was edgei hi mold d.s.ippoiut n ih. .-:owd Mm iief.'i,. leavln., the c ..n in.l.ldel of tin IHtllwn Insisted nil nlTel -lug me a lulr. luie h and the time ipp. I.lv las-id peiernilned t 1 le.uh Tunis. I !t tt Klzett.i a -.nm as pn.-IWc, Im: night had f. illin and I was so. 111 . nmpelled tn .ibtn- I don the ifd nip. Me. iiiu h ie. ho.veve:. I had down eei.il miles fiolu the nnl'tiiv amiip I- .out this time I landed in .11 ii cmUi'.f Ai .11 s seated aroi.nd .1 i .tmptiie Tin stupi faction of this crowd 011 sn-pn; me f.oni the skies w.n one nf tne ' livsl a'nuiing -igiits nf m llf" Hu: we soon bee. nne filend' and .ill w.ie -l.nl tn help me tn iia.h the uekiihorln vil lagi, wheie I found what I most misled -a b.d nd befntc irt "lug for th" nliili: 1 li.nl the supiinie itNf n tlon of ncehlng a telrgi-aiu sent on from Tunis, fi. ni the Pr.milei' nf t'.-n in-ii n an .ml ... ,,. in. on ni) tr'p. I sell l.lleliell In I'.ml His I, Iff, I'mms, m, t. in - a Mpneisnii'th of di n- bral lianied Alhi rt Mancniut. .1 lirev to neurasthi nla. 1 oniniltted sulcld" last Widnesda) by tyuu a llfihcll to his fee! njid then letting lilmelf diop Into ,1 canal. Hfs head and eh.st weie thus kept under water, while the test of his body was mpporti d In the air. "Nickel" Has a lowing ileiiiinilnatlnns : :, in and '.'." cen times (1, '.' mid a cents), to lake Ihe plate nf the old mid ugly bronze cuius of . and 10 centimes nnd the existing '-'" centime piece, which was only created a few years ago nnd has remained up to the present the only nickel coin In 'ranee. The advantages nf these light weight cuius soon became evident, nni If the tit Ht '.'.i lentlme piece served no other purpuse It brought about ill Inst one great limiiuvenieiit In Inducing the Cuveriimriil to dlscmil the old and heavy ou' at at .M K II s. The'newfst liulv M I' II. I' L.tdv I'o't.i;. who his taken over th' old e-iablished I:p' i ililiti In II iiiii shin Mimiia tin noted w mien elus to the I" -HU ils .in t.n till ,. S' of V. e.ite, ..iil i'i i'v I'lii ti pi. nt an. I M . . t Auto Salon in Triumph of ilEvcn Freneh Manufacturers Admit Danger ol In vasion of Europe by Machines Built in United States il 1 nl ' hr !,.!' I, m Tin Si I h t 1 I M liulnuiolille I .Ulls, Hit !, I m liulnuioblle s.on this leir, Willi It opened ve-terd.iv, l III itself l.-tlliioii" Ihul III" Trent Mlkers are no lon.'er t onv tin cil that their upe rinrliv ennnot he chnlleiigeil. lter v.iln eftirt- tn rem h mi iliider-t.iiidiug with the l.ngli-ll eilhei to hold salons in I omion ni,i1 ' l''H Is eiei Inn leafs nr nlternnte ii.-ir- in e.nh tttv ihe I rein h 111 inuf.il hirer-' a soihllon lie, n,i. t hnld the silmi i'i Mi In- I l.ei uisimtl of in le. euil.er h'ii-iwI in onler lo.inti. ii.i n- th" London -how in Noveml.er I hi- latter ihm tnie.iieii. tn make London the i.'l.lle 01' the I ,'ir l' I ' I li .1 nl olmilille ' nun ket I he n ul uiiin no lure -tlon was lh" v n tlm I of tin- i Imnue a- ll lo-t th u-uil dale i.r 'U- exhihition, I, ni Iraif,,.', nationil In i ilu-lrv tirov ki to I,., more powei tul i h m art I 'I I.I- 'en'- -ilnn - llkell to ne eineni l ereil as Ill.lll.hig fie due nh"ll Allierii'.'lli inlllpelltlon, will-It ll.J- hltlierln bee.i i.. I rec.il iled. tool, on impoi t im e vn in- , llepenili it, well l,l(MI'e, nm..r, m,y ,,, ' iH'tei mi thi- point Mil -11 - 'Die tiiierlinn linn-ion ill .p more lillipnrt.int tlllili ever Several litnl holl-i have t i n 1 1 1 it nei i-Mti lii 1 1 n-Hu. Ml inn, j to tin rea-e (lie nuiubet of .1 fi'!i le J ulijili (have nlte'idv been lnt.ile here TIih I iitvn-lon lieenme- mcie tliieateninn i.i.r, - vear I omit Ihe number nl Xmerh an i .11 - , seen en our roans tin- -nmu'.er al.11 imiig nnd the transit l.intte 1 no wn 1 nf interior uiialiM ' . It was uir- .'ne in 1 Outdistanced h nierleii 11s. I in -eioiid wri.ir -IV- Ihe -alnn w til prove 10 be fi opporttiiiny lor .1 liirlhcr Hole in It Another Jiiumatluii which I- hailed by which the new nickel cuius will have In their centre, This has In en dune In del Kliim fur many .wars and has proved of gleat assistant c In handling coins of small i ti-n inn 1 tin 1 1 1 in. The new coins will not be Issued be. fine April nf net year, I the (inv- einmelll will tai.e special steps to pie vent the gale of the llisl loins at a IM'einliini. All the sub.r usuries iliioiigli out Fi'iiuci' will he supplied at the same time, and Ihe cuius will be placed In I'iii'iilatluii mi the same tUy evarywliure. the se.isnti is pat ,111 Ainei lean. I; l;. M'.nv b: nlge, s tne nnv M I' II if r iti. ui.n . II lit and his CnsiMt finiiiS wil n.it. h 1 1 !! v In mi' wh.it k rd of a Jib hi; I m ii s "i ' Paris Shors American Cars U ide 11 tid ad' 111 lot 1 h" n,et n an tin iteudv n strong I pori.kiion-. w hii h ,ne j 1 his titer eon. ludc- " tltlioitgh th" -miidaril of one iiiHuuiae I Hire j- .f iiiiii ii e!,'wilei we v. ill be nut-ii-t.iii ed on ni.mv puttit- ol viev. and tin j le elieigeije nilton I- taken III" world's I lllltoinoblle m.irkei -1. i I inn- ill', ill the othri b.-lnng in Ihe Mueiiean. " - otilv elm en nl ' lie 1 1 1 -1 ,1 ml- m . ui (ed In 111. inula' 1 'iret's at,, nierii .'in these wrners mm ,n tit.i -ighi -enni m In. nn-le.i-'iM.ihh a' irnieil. Inp . huh nf ihe nlde.i I'retiih ti.it.ei- - nil m ih" 1 nt 1 1'-iinmleni nf I'm M ll 1- llllillv pi pet lent nf the ini.il. hut wlin would h.ive believed 1 hree nm- ago ih.it Ani. rican , to i halleiige side bv would hive veniui-ed . .... iK.ieii 1 rule in -i ii- , I nui '.1 1 l-iol Willi III" Krein Ii i ,ir-' ' 'III" llli'l l.'l II 1 , 1 1 . 1 1 . I tr 1 1 1 al !ea- tn -llellle the I II ! I-III W llllll I- lil'.'n heillll i 111 1'riitn n thai ' tuiernaii iar- are i heap land thin Inuk it," fur p is mipn-.tl,!'. in jai i li-p tho-e -linn ii in the -alon of not up I 1 1 1 n r in he as we'l itni-li.-. I t- iheir loietgn riui!- Ihe 1 1 ii 1 1 mo I ii 1 1' eoiiipanv -how. a poli-hcd i ha.. I-. tun .ea'.-d in-iil-.let. a four seated louring eir iml a s,v sen' nil loiirltiL' i ,li lllleil w i'h e.l iiigliolisi' -ell -iiitiing and elmrto hglnuig iiiip lllein 'Ihe piihlie -how- llliil'nr nl inler- .i - i in liie lallei air.in lilt ill. .1. t lie. Ill-O lilble Ivel-ei linn 1 On 111 ihe nun I. 1I..1.1 I he four seated I l'' i os(s 5I,.i'i.i j Ihe Kuril iiniipaii). which makes iltebe-i ' I known Mi cricaii i ar in I'taiiee, .nn a ioi ring iar tor jmii, iiinaimiits inr i;i mid a landaulei Im i,n;o I lie i ompaiiv , ev,"'e- to i.e j..',ii i nr. in I'tai.ie nevi ' )e,ii Nohodv pa..rd Hi., rmd .land without looking .ii liie "viiihii. I here were also pholugi.iplis -limim.' the ail- i lllinl.illlinll building .11 lleltoil with I..VKI i elllplni ei -, annthei -hutting l.'.lmi wnrk men anil ii third I.ishi hu.. Im Ii icpre-seul-a da) s output I lie pi tutes -eemeil in have mm iiuiieing pnwet than men tliei-als who h are -linwn. The drawing Inr Ini-mnm- give the Hud-oil i omtiaiiy -land So I hn h i aiehe. ' I III" ele ol mel) one ,i he elilet- Ihe plnie , It- evhioil is e eiiliai;. .Huong tlui-.i ,ibh j to ilialleuge n- I rem h iicighhut - in ic-i jginil In appeaimii'i' ii e-l'r"-id'iit lie ! I Iier nf til" Hudson loiupalll lold the i or- I esinineill ill I III .sis in. ll lie was sine I In I I nrripean- weie icadv for the In tl"l i i.i oi mel i , i n iilllriiiinnile- we Mini any pnim- wlii'li do mn iimipli wnli the 1 1 ' i h.i in I lie nildeil, lie shall tn In sllppl) IllSin. ht'.e nil . i ii. I Iiiiiii .',ik upwaiil i 'Ihe .Stuitch iker innili.iln slnui- .i lin. -IV I I'tlliiler i. n Willi .-in , il,.. lii. .1 . i. i ..... inr iiL'iniug mm diiiniuniiiio i ranking and , two -mallei i ar.. i iiierleiiii furs With I'lenrh Undies. 'Ill" ( lldill.li i iillli llli- -hnw- a nut iin open i ha-i- and i ouip"in i ai-, the l.niei with a -lock body I he-e i o-i s'.'.;n'i I he tinevpei led advmii e in I iin il He lor holding lh" linn i e-i i ict nil ihe I'aekmd eoiiipanv to nne I'.IH niuilel li I- ul lior-e-powci cli i i. ttillia I rencli bodv and I en-i-:.,.mi I Im i'.ii kaid pcupii' Hnd ih, ii their new 1 1 1 11 . T .'ii 1 1 it ilitving gc.u- appeal sltongly o Hie 't eni'll I lie lull linger Ml) . vinetlea Iin- i "iii'lied a pniiii w het e -he an sell gears to I'reni It mautilai I ill ei . Ill" ) v .-I l.tml cnmpiiii uvhiliu, two sealed and th c sea nil i ,n . hey are th I ed willi eleeli ic sell -iarl er- and the pi ices me titodcidlc 'I Ii" luii k i ouipaiiy ha. a. tine a -Imu a- i mi If 1 1 vpeclcd Irom a linn which .ilrcmly bi. an evl.'ihli-hcd lepiilalion in I in me The inuipauy's liimi'iger is 'lliuinii- II .li film, mid ii 1- .liuwlng but It llni-hei i,ir;, and i ha-se- 'I he .Mitchell cmiip'inv ha- a funi ev llniler i ha I- and liiinil-nmc fnui ami - (.j Imiler "'lis 'Ihe Kill Miinpiiny unly -I'l'ineil a -lam! iy the default ol attoilier cshilutor at the In -I mi inn e I hi- enmpauv -how - I w o en s, models nl im:i and I lit I few puce- ul' I'temh em- might be unnied for comparison 'lh" Hel.tlmye inhipany olTets 'iweniy lu.il.e. rnnging in price from ll.n.'iu lo fl.n.'.n, Delaimny show. eight make ranging finin '.',:'iki iii Si, Mm. lie Dmii shows twelve Mils, Ihe prices of wliich tun liotii Sii'ii tn S'l.aOii, I'cugent ha ir u tat - ranging in prii e Iroiu fs.Mi to 'i.tim 'lh" minliuuin prices sltuw Hint 'he I'reiifli mc iilri.uliiiiiliiillng the Anuriimi- in building cheap cars, , L.id ("einid Another nolinle thing vireie I iti 'f itriifltnt tn Till si - London, Met. 10.. A wi Ini slnry nf the sea lias been In it'll) calilnl f oin N'ew Zeiiland It is the stoi) of Ihe finding nf the sailing ship Mai Ihotough with twenty skeletons on hoard. The .Mnrlhoroiitfh. a I'liasgmv nwnpil i.uk, hi'lonKinj- to Mi'ssis. l.i sin Si Co, sailed finin Lyttelion, New Xeal.uid, with ."Viral p.iss.E(. ud ,i ir.-w of (liltty thue under the command of Capt lllrd hi .lanu.iry. Isflu. She was homeward bound bv the Cap,, limit mule and w.is pnleii in nililoce.in In tin- southern Pa cini' lifter which no othet wind of her was ever hinnl. In pi.l of lhal iea -he w.n ini.e, a mlsving. ii i i:l later on was given up as having been Inst nuiiind the limn, wlieie the bnnes nf ninny a gnml ship and m.inv a hiiitdied sidiueii He. A ( invernmelit crulsi i searched Ihe toil,) mid tortuous iu.isi.s of r.itiiKnnla, but mi iraie nf her was fniiinl The Mailhniniigli hfcame Just iinnlhii' nf the thousand ni) stcrlcs nf the sea. d.iv m two ago another Mrltlsh sailing ship arrived in L)ttillon with il stor) that she had found the Marl borough and the skeletons nf twent) of her clew lit nne nf the rm k. loin near I 'tin t Ueiid. iS.indi I'olni) In the Alt si llan StI i The nplnln's sry. The i.inta.n i ,n,,:i,l a- p,,ng the sloiv In thi' following wnids: "he w.re off the incl!) coves neai Ihinta Aieiins ke.-plng near tho land for r.nitci Th. cnes ,tir deep and silent, the sailing dllliiiilt and dangerous. "We rounded ri point ml i a deep I'ft i ie lb fun us a mile m ni'im ntnss the Wlltl" slonil a sailing Vessel w.lh the baiesl shieils nf canvas flut teilug In t In., btee.e. riiHi we .sin.iiii i nnd Inn.' pi i .insw-e- seariliid the 'irangit with Not a sou! muld we sec. Ii"t nt nf am Mill, .Masts and .ard" we.e imkul mil In (aiM'ti - tne gr. en nf de, a) "U li-t wi . aine up Tiler was no slgll nf life up bnanl. flil all UH.tvhI our til st ma'" with ,i nienihei of ihe iiew boaidul her The sight that met their gaze was thrilling , "Kclnw the wheel 1,1) the sKdetoli nf ,a lllllll Ti e tiling ,W,llil) nil the o;t.. I link, which el ticked and broke In place' 'as thiy walked, tliev em nunieri d thft I skill tons . i the hah hwa). 1 "In the -iitsstnom weie the lemaln of ' ten bndlfs. and were found, one aloii '. ins! h that of the c aplaln, on the hrldgi "Theie was an im.annv silliness aruuml , and n dank smell of mould which made the lb -h i teop A few letniMtils of honk i ' di-is'i.. . " iin i.i,.' ai s i .i h i t 1 .11 ' '1 t list) I lit i 1 ' N'nll'.llg irnli Welltl ll ihe tit t l.r v ! nf the s, a I-, in eve- have been en The Hist null ivauiHied the still f in ! rs , mi the hows and nftei iciih tionhle refd. 'M.ll Ibnlougll. I ; I.I ? Cri A ' Hundreds of -.Mp-, Piis 'I'ltpre. I'unt.i ienas .- a piettv l.iigi place ,n Snuili Airciic.in low 'is go ll has a pupil lull' n of .. vei.it I h. u -a i nl.-, and of coin e Hi" Mag. Ihm Sti nt Is a meat hlghw.r tiavetscd In htindieds of ships vcaile. w lilili trt !- this w.iv to avoid .lnubllng tile Horn with its fu-.nus gaps The wholi of tin .Magellan strait from I'api iigus lo C ipe Cilia", i- t in. i it i Imu-a mis of seamen at,,l I' ll". td and tnikbound though Ii s It S' em- iiieredihle that a -hip i ould He ' oiiei'ab'd for itcarh a iUittei of a i f-n-lur) in that pari 'near" a pl.n 'Ae Punt. i AteiM-i Had the illsiuven been innile ani'mg 111" il.s'iljle and lllllltiludlliuu- .es nr the C'ikliuiii i'li.itiiil ni ilnwii about Cook Ha) oi I'ab" Cape linn) pcih.ipt 111" wildest cna-t- In th" wol hi It wnllld have been mure iieddil" Indcd. shurllv after the ship was iu-t th.-ie was 'i iipuit that the ciew of a p.ismt- -imp saw seanirn -icnallli,- from an i-'aml iinwn lliai w.iv wliich is aim p. ii it mllei f. uni I'ltni.i Aien.is TURKEY WELCOMES JEWS. li'liun. nf It ii t Win' re I'rueA Not to en v p ' nunf rs Vit:..v. mci. ii -Chmm N'ahuin. th i mel i.ihbi nf Turkev. in a tii'iit inter vli". nspeitlnc the sltnithni nf tin .b-.vs i t Tiul.ei ald "Hifnle the w.ll tin ittl.lt. mi nf Ihe .liwa iii Turl.c) was vi- f.ivotibl,. and lliidel' III' (lew iiiudlt'un- I'llltlli) plnglP.l wuiild ha'e bun in, ide If this iiiifurtitu ite w.it had not taken plm e Tlie .livv- liaie SUM I a gle.lt ili'.ll, e-p. I'l.lllV 111 ll'inna Si. iiiiii- nl '.lie iinilllli III w lllcli hattlis took plaie, bill I am Mite the) will sue. i id tu regain a Him bulling In Huh ill homes. If the plan to ireate a cudit "' -g.nils.itiin succimIs, then I hope it will not pike lung h. ture tin .lews will ham i 'It 'r I) reeni ei i d fiotu tin- f-ults of the war In this the (iiveriimeiit iin gl. Illled ' It- -Itppnlt It has intpelv lellauil III" eien-i s nf the 1 1 M 1. 1,1 tl'in nf 1 1. I efllgi es ' Hi pi eseniathes of the ilnvertmicnt line evpie--ed III" Mil that the-e .lews of Salonlca who, perliaps. disun tn le.iv S.i hit i l.'.i . should not iiiiii in fmngn coiintihs. bill 1" oilier ferritin fes of Tin-. In). Thi I'e .lews, dining Hie teient cil-is manlfesieil I'i Ui h ii sph mPd nian- net their In), ill) ami allegiance in the Tuiklsli i in v .riiiii.nl thai mir leading niett know how to value tin m ' ll'l.. . ... 1 .1 .1.. ..... I.. ..t .... ,, it, ii e.-n,-,. tin. in, iin- iiiiiiiiii.- ii ine Titrklsh linvciniiieiit nnd of the Tu.kn'i pupulatinu Inv. ltd Ihe Jiws, ill' rill f I, ihbl s.i '! 'The Turkish (tin i . mm lit it is alw.i.vs til tiiitalneil a wi' fi leiidh ami heiieiulint attitude Inward the .bw The population nf nil I' li it i it ri s alsu s. in tp.ithillc inw'.'inl the .lewlsh pi.nph Th" , Sail, in, b) w limn I was .ccehid, Is nf th" ' iiplninii thai the Turklhli pcuple and c,n- erninent have nu more dependable friend Ih.in the Mltumnii .lew, I s.ild In I Inv ' Sultan th.it the Jews of the whole w ijtd I extended their siinpiith) uml feeing nf i;tntltiide tn the iitnimin Ktnplrc ' With li sped In the 'llllldg all hi nf I, lews to Tltrke), the chief rabbi sa 'I "i I ei. convinced I'mt Hie Turkish (luvein nient wuiild gladh wdinnie Jewish tmmi Rtdtion to all parts nf the empire if th Is will iiigdulrci! and In harnimi) with lh" Inleresls nf the eountiv." Tlie chief rabbi paid a glowing tilbnt. to tlie .lewlsh agrlcultiir il colonies m I'alrstlne. in, nun Inr n H' Motle I'llni. Mt'ssi- Hull) ' LoNnos, lie: Iing cie have IP have leeentl) pit' '"l.T'd 1 "' Illin ' nloiiy and Clenpilra' fur Jl'i ', Hie highest price evil lend tor a mov ing plctllle Illin. V