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Away Suddenly After
Thrilling Caroer
EXPEDITION LOSES LEADER
Dy tlte AMectated Press
Uucnes Aires, Jan. UO.-'-Merc tliSn
three weeks clnpAcd between the death
of Sir Ernet Slinrklotelu tlie Uritisli
explorer, nrnl its announcement te the
world, made yeslcrdny when fly body
nrrlvcd nt Montevideo. The de'ny, Jjt
Niiclen's Montevideo correspondent Mi
i Niiclen'a Menlevldc
r ejrapliB, was oferl
Iluiey, who necen
I due te n tcrics of
Hir Krnc&t died
L-rlbcd by Cniitaln ..
accompanied tlie liedy, u
wirclcBf) mishaps.
died aboard tlic steartu
Rjp Quest, en wblcli. be van making
nnethcr Antarctic veynse, while an
chored off Seuth Qeergla It-land en
January u. His body wa? taken te
Montevideo op the first les of the trip
home aboard the Norwegian steaiuihlp
Trofesfter Cruvel,
Captain Hureey horn a death rcrtlfl
cnte made out at Seuth Georgia la'nnd
i cadi up:
"J, Alexander Macklln. certify te my
bent Knowledge and belief that the
f.iur of death wnw atherema in the
tileries of the heart. Ucfere death he
hud net MifTcred nil i InfectlOuK or con-'Scott. He was one of the four mem.
tajjlens tliwac. Ibis rcrtlfirHte withers of the party which attempted te
K?neii uv ir. jincivmi as .mrgeeu ei
the cjpcdltie.n
Kadie Out of Commission
Captain Hussqy told La Naclen'a
correspondent that the Quest, arrived
at Seuth Georgia Island with her ranlu
wireless plant out of commission, due
te dninngc by heavy storms during the
voyage, which otherwise was unevent-
Sir Ernest had been In the best of
health throughout the trip. The day
jiofere his death he landed en the Island
le supervise the pnrehase of previsions
and returned te the hlp apparently
well. After supper he went te the
cabin and talked with' his companions.
At 8:80 o'clock en the morning of
January 5 he felt fdiarp pain In his
back nnd called the doctor, who had
hardly begun preparing remedies when
the explorer died without uttering an
other weW.
When asked why the Quest did net
inform the Falkland Islands with her
miner wireless set Captain Ilusscy Mild
It was net sufficiently powerful. The
wireless equipment of the l'rofcsfcer
,('ruvcl also was out of order.
Professer Gravel and the ether mem
bers of the explorer's purty will con
tinue the expedition.
On beard tbc little 200-ten ship Sir
Ernest Shncklcten left England last
September en what was te huye been a
two-yenr cruise. Large crowds gath
ered en the decks In Louden te wleh
the party u successful voyage.
The expedition wa te have covered
30.000 miles of uncharted sections of
the Seuth Atlantic, the rnclfic nnd the
Antarctic Sens. It hud as its .objective
net only nceniiegraphlc research, but the
exploration of a pctritjed forest and the
location of a "lest" island Tunnakl
the adjnnmt waters of which had net
bcn sailed for mere than ninety years.
In addition, soundings were te have
Wn taken of he ocean 'plnfenu sur
rounding Geughs Island, in an effort
te determine the truth regnrding a sup
posed underwater continental connec
tion between Africa and America.
The fa me of Sir Ernest Sl'iick'eten
K6ts chiefly en the first of the 'expe
ditions he commanded in 1007-1000 In
quest of, the Seuth Pele, when he locate I
the magnetic pole and get within ninety-seven
miles of the geographical pole,
lie commanded a second quct In 1014.
Shackleton was born in 1874 In Kii-
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Slit UUNEST SIIACKLETOy
kec, Ireland, of nn old YorkMiIre fam
ily. He eiitcml Dulwlch College In
JSSO. but whtle there did net dlstltiRiiIsh
blm&clf. by application. JIIh chief in
terests lay in the direction of athletics
In, which he acquired considerable pro
ficiency. The eea called him early and he was
f-arcely pat,t sixteen when be entered
the merchant fceryice, circumnavlgatinn
the world at least four times, Ui
tlret real chnnce for distinction came
In 1001 when he whs chosen third Hen.
tenant in the Antarctic expedition which
mini tsetiin tnut
inni ttllllAl. fn.t,.tt.
ream tiip pole ly slnige, and which
penctrnted several hundred tulles nearer
the objective than had any previous ex
plorers. Shuckleten's second trip into the Ant
arctic was made in 1007, when, after
overcoming every kind of difficulty, lie
organized the famous Ninired expedi
tion. On this trip the intrepid explorer
vlelutcd many established precedents for
pelnr explorations. The Nlmred wns a
little whaler of ancient date, but with
an unusually stout hull. Much lighter I
i.-iuLiiiiig iiinn was uscu Dy tlie Hcelt
expedition wns taken, a thing which
caused Klnt Edward te gajp with
amazement when he inspected the vessel
nt Cewcs en the cvo.ef its journey,
presenting tlie crew with a silken (lag
which was destined te be- helsteil ut the
"farthest south" te be reached until
that time.
The ship Endurance, en which Shack
leton made the eyage, wa.- crushed in
nn ice Hee In October, but drifted until
mid-winter, when the explorer and hisW
parry muue a Inndlng en Elcphunt Is
land, in the Seuth Shetland group.
Shackleton. In a small Imut ami with a
company of live men. left Elephant Is
land for Fert Stanley, in the Falkland
Iblands, seeking aid for the tventy-twe
men who had been left behind. Ulti
mately the entire party was rescued.
Shackleton was knighted in 1000 and
various societies throughout the, world
from time te time honored him for his
work of exploration.
During the recent war Shackleton
was attached te the Murmunsk Expedi- ,
tlen of the Ilritlsh Army and greatly
assisted lu keeping, the Allied forces
engaged in the venture in geed health,
lie was attached te General Maynard's
btuff as an adviser en equipment.
SHACKLETON HAD
MANY FRIENDS HERE
Henry G. Urynnt. president of the
Philadelphia Geographical Society, to
day paid the following tribute te the
memory of the explerer:
"In the death of Sir Ernest Shackle Shackle
ten, Great Ilrltniu hns lest a premier
explorer, nnd one of the great heroes of
ar discovery has disappeared from
the scene of his activities.
"Ills name is written large in the
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emiala of the Seuth. After service
under Hcett, he drKani2ed tbd 'Ninired'
erpcditlen of 1007.00, which located,
tee Seuth Magnetic Pole and reached ft
point within ninety. teveu miles of the'
Seuth 1'elc.
"This enterprise gave a great im
petus te Antarctic rtucarcli nnd led
te Bubsequcnt Journeys uf Captain It.
l- Hcetl nnd Haold Aniundscn.
"nuring btslu.st great expedrtlen in
the JMidurn.ii.Tj, In 1011J7, his (unll
ties of lcudtrslilp.wcre tested te the ut
nm?t and tlic manlier- In which lie ac
fUilltcl hleisclf weu tlie ndinirnllen of
the world.
' Ills SOO-mlle Journey in nn open
beat from Ulephant Island In Seuth
Georgia, where be organized reiicf
I measures, will g.cdewii in liistery as nn
epic or Aiuttrutluidvi'iituru and heroism.
"DurJiiB his occasional visits te this
country Kir Krn.'st was a frequent vis-;
iter te I'hlln.lidphln, wlicre he had
ir.ciiuH, luctutling tlie into .luim
Heward Mcl'injdci). . , ij
"Many will recall the occasion some'!'
years nge, in Junuiir, 101.'!, wlien
IVnry, Ainiiml.'eii mid Sliacklcten np
pearcd tegnlirr en the stage of the
Academy of Musk-, under the nnsplc'es
of the Philadelphia (Icegraphlcnl So
ciety. "He was Inel lmrc in 1018. He was
alie glVcn the cold medal of the Geo
graphical Hefp. which Is known ns
the Ellshn Kent ICnne Mrdnl. He died
as he would Imxe wlslifd- In nctivel
service." ;
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STIeTlenbUrSS Economy Basemeat
te wash the dishes by squirting water
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te be almost as big as tbe piano. The
neighbors dewnstuirs wtjre cenJplainlng
bitterly because every time Gorden
sneezed nil their 'Pictures fell. off the
wnlle. Oee night when Gorden had
den Klcphuiit was coming into the
Sny, It's bedtime 1 Gwun te bed.
Specials for Tuesday
M. CLOSES AT 5:3 P. 51.
Belivia, Weel
Velour and
Heavy Storm
Coatings
In naty, Pckin,
gray, black, brown
and reindeer.
Wide variety of
Htunning straight
line belted and ether
mode In. Beauti
fully trimmed with
fur embroidery and
pockets. Pictured.
Women's
$19.75 te S29.75
Extra-Size
Dresses at
$19.75
Satin, serge and
tricetine in all the
new models beaded.
and embroidered.
Straight-line effects
with lace vestecs.
Cer Qjr and
WOmVD
$6.95
bNELLENBURaS Economy Basement I
BUY NOW And Reap the Benefit of the
Wonderful Savings in This Great
February Furniture Sale
$50.00
Oak and Ma-,
hegany
Davenport i
Bed at $36.75 '
$25 Oak
Wardrobe,
$13.95
7
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Orwns into larp
slrp b-d w i'Ii ceed
sprlnBa. 1-u. .i;.
eperatpd. .
$4.50 Dining-
Roem Chair,
$2.(59
78 inrli.-'b high.
37 In.'hes li(, 16 1
Inches deep. '
l"ouble dfer nnd
deep b otte in
ra.vf.r.
'
$11.50 White
Crib, $6.95
Solid oak box
Round les'h and
pad cushion seat.
drop sh'h- Fittf-d
unered in brown wl" an firi'.iae
Imperial l.-ithfr ' sterl eprlnc
$25 3-Piecc
Bed Outfit,
$11.95
Felding: Cots,
$1.95
1 lr-hra wide
in -h-1 lone.
$18.00 Couch
Bed Complete
at $9.95
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Ill Our Economy Basement Tomorrow
$50 Seamless High-Pile mv
Axminster Rugs29
A sample let of a noted maker,
ailever designs. Sligiit bcceuds. 1 x
Seamless All-Weel Face
Worsted Brussels Rugs
Lieny. nuraiile inn of n. mtv
-,.,ni f. lemon Willi ery t-llglu
tlen- I'Xt'. !'i.
Seamless Weel Arelvet Rugs
! his lei i en prH. s i, if he
erfei-ed In this fiad', Hill,
from. f". 1! It.
$1.50 Heuvj Cerk KQC
Lineleums, s. yd.
Mi.. Bn-.mdi
lue' maliet
nnd re'iii ei!.
fll.l
Kli
I'll finish the story soma ether.mnU
niayuc, v ,
Weman's Benes Often BroteeV
JUinsdnfc, .Tun. HO. "It has Meftf
cnte of one broken bone after aneUmrl
declared Mm. Charles Wclngnrtnejr I
urdny after she had fallen and frActdr
a bone in her right nnkle, The.. mi)
bone has been "broken three tlmeft K
mil. Murine the same ncried sh' '
cuffered n frncture of her leffc.tM
bone awl u broken arm.
Beys' Sturdy
Winter Clethes
At Sncllcnburg's Famously
fjew Mahn-te-Wcarcr
Prices
$7.50 Twe-I'ants drr ffA
Suits.. tPtKtJU
Of corduroy with full lined
pants and,khnlii lined coat. Size
0 te 'J years.
.$8.93 Twe-Pants (J QK
Suits $))QO
Mixed cheviets with full lined
knickers. Sizes G te 8 nnd 11 te
17 years.
$13.75 Twe- 0JQ KA
Pants Suite DO.OV
Mixed cheviets and enssimercs,
with mohair lined coals nnd full
lined knickers'. Size-. 6 te 12
years
Mackinaw Coats,
.$4.75, $5.65 and $6.75
Extra geed quality blanket
cloth. Have shawl and convey .
tiblc cellars.
$8.75 Overcoats
Mixed cheviets
$4.75
and chinchilla; plaid lined. Butten
J. Butten
models.
95c
te neck and lull belted models
$1.35 Knickers
Mixed cheviets. Sizes
8 te lb years.
StiL; L f.B ..-iS Eroenii' Basement
Women's & Misses'
$5 Silk Petticoats;
Underpriced (FO QJ"J
Silk jer?ey, heavily ombroir embroir ombreir
cred; fancy ribbon trimming en
flounces; also jersey and messa
line combined in two-teno effects.
Ruflled or tailored flounces, i
Women's and Misses' $2.25 It
Pantalettes at. . . tbX.UU
Special purchase! Geed quality I
Faroeu anu vveusicr loom in plain
colors, ficured and flowered ef
fects. Petticents have ruffled or fl
tailored flounces. Pantclcttca
are finished with two rows of
shirring. Remarkable offer.
SNELLENBURCS oiiemy Baaematit
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$25 Extension
Table, $13.75
$30 Lounging
Rocker, $17.95.
Solid oak. '' .i -
rular top. 6 fe..t
i fttt'nf Ien. i i. i d
pedestal und plum
!"KS.
f' rFtnffed, larce
nr mdi u inert,
"l-i ik tent and
h.u'J? ncreil Jn
.t'tiilciul Ifiither,
Urnwn, biuck or
l.lue.
Oak Rocker
at $3.95
Brass
Bed, $14.95
l 'ele-
htavy
. Hlfll 8
riltr up
bull Bite.
With we.
IiirIi hilfiC
bread arms.
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Sanitary Mattresses
1 These mattrc-w it arp suaranteed
all new m-uert.ils and m.ida te your
order when jur-ha6iiii. request
'en te hiivn rnrreit nieiinrments
I 'th you te uvll lnnni. nc and
; dla;- All made with lieuv r stitched
edge.
tin.
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$25
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S12.00 Cotten Mattress, 5.93. I
$17.30 Pure IV It Mattress, $9.75. f
$15.00 Hair nnd I oil Mattress, - i
S25.0i, "ure Jaa Kapec Silk
Pless Mattress, ?12.9.".
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9-tc. $1. 01 & $1.21 Hti.yd. fl
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