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THE WASHINGTON HERALD SUNDAY DECEMBER 9 919O 1900 I 3 C
t Exclusive News by Special Cable FrQrft From the Capitalsoflhe Capitals of the Old World
PROFESSOR STABBED STABBEDVictim STABBEDVictim
Victim of SecretSoeiety f SeeretSoeie Mem 1emberWio Member 1 1ber
ber berWio 7 7UNIVERSITY Who Hated H te1Hin1 te1Hin1UNlVBRSlTY Him HimTJNF7ERSITY
UNIVERSITY UNlVBRSlTY IS IS TEEEOEIZED TEEEOEIZEDSlayer TERRORIZEDSlayer RORIZED I ISlnrer
Slayer Is Saverlo Laguna Notorious XotorionNAnarchist NotoriousAntrchbt CotortousAnarchist
Anarchist Who bo Was VnH Once Expelled Expelledfrom Expelledfrom Expelledfront
from Naples College for Knifing a aFellowstudent aFcllowHtutlcnt aFellowstudent
Fellowstudent Authorities Fear FearVengeance F FearVengeance ar arVengeance
Vengeance of Dreaded Cumorra CumorraNaples CnmorraNaples CamorraNaples
Naples Dec 4 IWhile While leaving the t e Uni Iiniverstts University Unlverstty ¬
versity of Naples yesterday oveningwhere evening eveningwhere eveningwhere
where ho held lt ld the thocJttr chair of ofoomparatlve ofoomparatlveanatomy comparative comparativeanatomy oompomtlveluatoMlY
anatomy Prof Giovanni mnnnl Gi nnl Rossi was stab stabbed stabbed stabbed ¬
bed to the heart by a notorious Sicilian Siciliananarchist Sicilian Siciliananarcbl Siclliananarchist
anarchist anarcbl t Saverlo Lagana LaganaTo La LaganaTo sana sanaTo
To those unfamiliar with certain certainphases certainphaaee certainphases
phases of Neapolitan life the circum circumstances clrcum5tanc circum circumstances ¬
stances 5tanc 5 that accompany this outrage outmgo are aretruly aretruh aretruly
truly astounding The assassin a sassln Lagana LaganaIs L gane ganeIs
Is s dean of tho bachelors in philosophy philosophyand philosophand
and is al9 also the ringleader of a consid considerable oolUJlderable consklerable ¬
erable group oup of anarchist students which whichfor whichfor whichfor
for several years Y Ars past p st has terrorized the theteaching theteachhg theteaching
teaching staff and seised upon every everyavailable oveljavalJaWe everyavailable
available pretext pre xt to provoke disorders at atthe atthE atthe
the university lectures lecturesLnKnim lecturesLn lecturesLugaua
LnKnim Ln aJla a Had Man 3InnLagana ManLagana lIanLagana
Lagana was mixed up with five or aix aixother ttlxother Mxother
other stabbing cases and nd in ISK he was wasexpelled wasexpeliel wasexpelled
expelled from the university for knifing knifinga
a fellowstudent The same year he was wascourtmartialed wascourtmartfaled wascourtmartlaled
courtmartialed and banished to a a convict convictsettlement convictsettlement convictsettlement
settlement at Proclda Prock a He was no sooner soonerreleased soonerreleased j jreleased
released than he returned to the univer univerBlty unIversity univerelty
Blty under the protectidh ptOtecti of oCcJbe Jthe Naples NaplesCainorra NapltCamorI1I NaplesCamorra
Cainorra of which he is m prominent prominentmember IXomlnentmember prominentmember
>
member memberRector memberRector memberRector
Rector after rector rector rather than risk riskfresh rIskfresh riskfresh
fresh riots or expose themselves th selves to the thevengeance thevengenlMO thevengeaneo
vengeance of the dreaded Camorra Camo Tli suf suffered sutfared suffered ¬
+ fered Laganas despotic sway Thus did didthis didthis didthis
this bully possess himself of every con contract contract contract ¬
tract for repairs for the university from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the whitewashing of its walls to the mo monopoly mol1o monopoly ¬
nopoly l1o oly of certificates for dispensing dt penslnl from fromattendance froma fromattendance
attendance a tt ndanee at lectures lecturesThese lecturesfhese lecturesThese
These dispensations he sold Old wholesale wholesaleto
to any student prepared prep red to pay his price priceIncredible pI1eeIncredible priceIncredible
Incredible though t1tOu it may seem the plain plaintruth plaintruth plaintruth
truth is that every professor in this his historic bl8torlc historic ¬
toric seat of learning submitted to La Laganas Laganas Laganas ¬
ganas domination with the single excep exception 8Cceptlon exception ¬
tion of the unhappy victim Roes who whodespite Whodespite whodespite
despite the open threats of the Camorra Camorrapersisted Camorrapersi Camorrapersisted
persisted persi ted in distributing gratis whatever whateverexemptions wh whateverexemptions tover toverexemptions
exemptions he granted from attendance attendanceat
at the natural science classes Hence Hencethe Heneethe Hencethe
the bloody deed of revenge revengeUniversity revengeUnher8lty revengeUniversity
University Closed ClosedExaminations CloHedExaminations ClosedExaminations
Examinations have been b en suspended and andthe andthe andthe
the university unive ty has been closed as a token tokenof tokeftof tokenof
of mourning for the murdered professor professora pro sor sora
a clever genial young youn oUA man married to tothe tothe tothe
the daughter of Col Campanelli a prom prominent prominent prominent ¬
inent Italian artillery officer Since even eventhe eventbe eventhe
the Naples police on former occasions occasionsshrank oceaslonsshrank occasionsshrank
shrank from arresting the formidable formidablecriminal formidablecrlml formidablecriminal
criminal crlml Al fear fearing Ins worse reprisals on the thepart thepart thepart
part of the Camorra It is not surprising surprisingto surpr dng dngto
to learn that the assassin a as ln has escaped escapedtheir c escapedtheir caJe caJetheir
their clutches Only last year e r Signor StgnorGiolitti S1gnorGlolltti SignorGiolitti
Giolitti the premier avowed with sorrow sorrowbefore BOrrowbefore sorrowbefore
before the Chamber of Deputies that thatthirty thatthirty thatthirty
thirty years of Liberal government had hadfailed badfaHed hadfailed
failed to make the slightest impression impressionon
on Naples or crush Its powerful Camorra CamorraNEW Camorrat CamorraNEW
t NEW RACE OP OFNOMADS NOMADS FOUND FOUNDLive FOUNDLhe
Live in Arctic Region and Never XeverSaw XcerSnw NeverSaw
Saw a White lite Man ManLiverpool ManLiverpool Inn InnLlverpoo1
Liverpool Dec S SoA A new race of people peoplehas peoplebaa peoplehas
has been discovered on Prince Albert AlbertLand AlbertLand AlbertLand
Land in the arctic a tJc who had never pre previously preIoust previously ¬
viously Ioust seen en white lte men who lived under undermost uD undermost < ler lermoet
most primitive conditions and who were werearmed werearmc werearmed
armed armc with copper knives and bows and andarrows andarroS andarrows
arrows arrowsThe arroSThe arrowsThe
The Information was brought south to toBritish toBritish toBritish
British Columbia Cc > luMbia by the crew of th threyenue the therevenue j jrevenue
revenue cutter Thetis who learned the thefacts thefacts thefacts
facts from the discoverer of the peo people people people ¬
ple Capt Klinkenberg of < it the steam steamwhaler steamwhaler steamwhaler
whaler Olga OlgaLast OlgaLast OlgaLast
Last winter when his vessel was in the theice thefee theice
ice near Prince Albert Land Capt Klin Kiinkenberg Klinkenberg J ln lnkenberg ¬
kenberg accompanied by Eskimos start started stftrted started ¬
ed inland on a hunting expedition He Hewent Hewent Hewent
went 26 M miles In a northwesterly direc direction direction dimetion ¬
tion over the snow finding traces of ofpeople ofpeople ofpeople
people and finally overtaking lit or more moreof moreof moreof
of them When they saw him they came cametoward cametoward cametoward
toward him armed with copper knives knivesand knhosand knivesand
and bows and arrows They held these theseabove theseaboye theseabove
above their heads and he pointed p lnted a rifle rifleat rifleat rifleat
at them themOne themOne themOne
One advanced alone and the captain captainlaid captainlaid captainr
r laid down his rifle the native putting
down his weapons They became friendly friendlyand friendlyand friendlyand
and by means of signs Capt Klinken Kllnkenberg Klinkenberg KUnkenberg ¬
berg learned from one old woman who whocame whocame whocame
came from Prince William Land that thatthey thatthey thatthey
they had never seen white men previously
He visited the village and found about aboutGOO
600 people all of whom lived by hunting huntingand buntlnland huntingand
and fishing fishingTheir fishingTheir fishingTheir
Their winter houses were of sod with withn
n lining of skins and different in shape shapefrom shapefrom shapefrom
from those of other known tribes They Theyare The Theare Theyare
are nomadic The only article seemingly seomln h
brought from civilization seen s n by Capt CapLKlinkenberg CaptKlInkenberg CaptKIlnkenberg
Klinkenberg was a piece of steolevl steelevidently steel steolevldently evi evidently ¬
dently from some ship shipwhich which had been beenconverted beenconverted beenconverted
converted into a spearhead spearheadTAE spearbeaTAR spearheadTAR
TAR AND FEATHER YOUTH YOUTHSpeaks YOUTHSpcak YOUTHSpeaks
Speaks Slightingly of a Woman omnn and andHer anilHer andHer
Her Friends J < rIcntIJII Punish 1 l1nl8b Hint HintJohannesburg HimJohannesburg
I
Johannesburg Dec S SoA A young elec electrician electrician electrician ¬
trician living on the Rand was last lastmonth lastmonth I
month waylaid dragged ragged to a quiet spot spotand spotand spotand
and there tarred and feathered by the thefriends thefriends
friends of a woman of whom It was al alleged alleged alleged ¬ I
leged he had spoken slightingly slightinglyHis slightlngbHis slightinglyHis
His own friends were highly Indignant Indignantand indignantand
and called for an explanation expla fttlon from one oneof oneof oneof
of his assailants a man named Suther Sutherland Sutherland Sutherland ¬
land The > > latters reply was to draw a arevolver arevolver arevolver
revolver and fire at his questioners que tloners two twoof twoof I
of whom he slightly wounded Suther Sutherland Sutherland ¬ i iland
land was yesterday yester R committed for trial trialon trialon I Ion
on the charge of shooting shootingThe shootingThe i
The whole affair is before the courts courtsbut courtsbut courtsbut
but evidence as to the tarring and feath feathering feathering I Ierlng
ering has not yet been taken It is be belleved believed believed
lieved that it will be of a very sensational sensationalnature sensationalnature sensationallnature
nature but It is doubtful whether It will willbe willbe
1 be made public Strenilous Stren ous efforts are arebeing arebeing arebeing
being made to hush up the whole affair affairPLEADS atralrPLEADS affairPLEADS
PLEADS FOR HIS CHILDREN CHILDRENLetters CHILDRENLetter CHILDRENLetters
Letters from Late Archduke Archl1u e Win VIn Fa Favorable Fnomble Favorable ¬
vorable Response front Emperor EmperorVienna EmperorVienna EmperorVienna
Vienna Dee 8 8Two Two letters from the thelate thOlate thelate
late Archduke Otho have been found ad addressed addressed addressed ¬
dressed to the Emperor and his brother brotherFranz brotherFranz brotherFranz
Franz Ferdinand communicating the thefact thet thefact
t fact that he had two natural children childrenfive childrennve childrenfive
five and sis l years e rs of age by a Vienneseactress Viennese Vienneseactress Vlenneiieactress
actress actress and imploring the Erriperor and andhis andhis andhis
his brother to take care of the chil children children children ¬
dren The Emperor sent 20d CO crowns to tothe totbe tothe
the children but Ferdinand gave them themnothing themnothing themnothing
nothing The actress was with the arch archduke archdulto archduke ¬
duke until his death leaving le lng his room roomonly roomonly roomonly
only when a member of the family familyvisited familYVisited familyvisited
visited him She lived in a rented house houseInstead houseIns houseinstead
Instead Ins toad of the Augarten Palace PalaceAnildancing PalaceAntlII1nclng PalaceAntidancing
Anildancing Vicar VicarLondon VicarLondon VicarLondon
London Dec ri S 8The The Rev W V F Jamesthe James Jamesthe Inmesthe
the now vicar of Burley Leeds has for forbidden forbidden forbidden ¬
bidden dancing in connection with the theBurley theBurley theBurley
Burley Church Institute He says 1S the theIdea theidea
idea of a schoolroom being turned Into Intoa IntoQ intoa
a ballroom is repulsive to him
CARTLO CARTLOADS ADS OF CATS AT FAIR FAIRPerpetrators FAIRPerpetrntorH FAIRPerpetrators
Perpetrators of Practical Joke Re RespbiiMUjIc ReSIbndlJle Ree
spbiiMUjIc for Lively Time TimeBelfast TImeBelfut TimeBelfast
Belfast Doc S SoAn An extraordinary hoax hoaxhas hoaxhas hoaxhas
has Just been perpetrated at Ballymena BallymenaCounty BallymenaCounty i
County Antrim AntrimSome AntrimSome AntrimSome
Some time ago placards were posted postedthroughout postedthroughout postedthroughout
throughout the neighborhood declaring declaringthat declaringt declaringthat
that t at the war office authorities were pur purohasers purohasers purohasers
ohasers of cats in unlimited numbers The Theannouncement Theannouncement Theannouncement
announcement set forth that barracks at athome athome athome
home and abroad were overrun with rats ratswhich ratswhich ratswhich
which not only destroyed the soldiers soldiersrations soldiersrations soldiersrations
rations rations and clothing but even attacked attackedtheir attackedtheir attackedtheir
their boots Half Hal a a crown a head was wasoffered wasoffered wasoffered
offered for every suitable cat and It was wasannounced wasannounced wasannounced
announced that a war office official would wouldattend wouldattEnd wouldattend
attend at the next Ballymena fair to pur purchase purchnse purchase ¬
chase the animals animalsThereupon animalsThereupon animalsThereupon
Thereupon commenced a wonderful hunt huntthroughout huntthroughout huntthroughout
throughout the district The cats had a alively aIheJy alively
lively time and so had the small boys boysMany boysMany boysMany
Many captures were made and in some somecases somecases somecases
cases cases hens were dispossessed to make makeroom makeroom makeroom
room for the captured animals and col collars cellars el elJArs ¬
lars and outhouses were filled in anticipation anticipa anticipation anticipation ¬
tion of fair day da Many an old woman womanwept womanwept womanwept
wept for a vanished pet petWhen pethen petWhen
When hen the eventful day came cats took tookthe tookLhe tookthe
the prominent position usually occupied occupiedby oc occupiedby < lJpled lJpledbj
by pigs pis Cartloads of them were driven driveninto drivenInto drivenInto
into th the town and a sharp lookout was waskept waakept waskept
kept for the war office official There Therewere Therevre Therewere
were all sorts and conditions of cats all allages allages allages
ages and many breeds but the purchaser purchaserfailed purchaserfailed > r rfailed
failed to put In an appearance The peo people people peepie ¬
ple are now looking for the perpetrator perpetratorof
of the hoax hoaxGUESTS hoaxGUESTS hoaxGUESTS
GUESTS ROB COUNTESS COUNTESSTwo
Two Men Icn Repay Hospitality by byTaking byTnking byTaking
Taking Their Hasten Jlo teHII Jewels JewelsVienna JewelsVienna Je1TehiVienna
Vienna Dec 8 BThe The Russian Polish Polishlandowner Polishlandowner Polishlandowner
landowner Countess Poninska was rob robbed robbetl robbed ¬
bed of 512380 l2 lZl 4IO i in notes and gold and slid of offamily offamily offamily
family jewels worth many times that
amount last night nightTwo nightTwo nightTwo
Two welldressed cyclists asked for forshelter forshelter forshelter
shelter at the Castle Sapozyn late in the theevening theeyenng theevening
evening eyenng stating that they hAd lost their theirway theirway
way 8 The countess treated them with withevery withevery withevery
every hospitality and had rooms pre prepared prepard prepared ¬
pared for them themDuring themDuring themDuring
During the night they tho entered the coun countess countess countess ¬
tess bedroom and under threat of death deathforced deathforced deathforced
forced her to hand over the money m ney and andJewels andjewels andjewels
Jewels They he3 then made their escape on ontheir ontheir ontheir
their bicycles bicyclesBoth blc3clesBoth bicyclesBoth
Both were captured as they were try trying tt ttInS trylag ¬
InS to cross the frontier Into Austrian Austrianterritory Austrianterritory Austrianterritory
territory and the booty was recovered recoveredThe recoveredThe recoveredThe
The men had in their possession n accurate accurateplans accurateplans accurateplans
plans of the castles occupied by the cons countess eotIftt686 constoss ¬
toss by Prince Wolkonski and by Prince PrinceSangusko PriMeSangusko PrinceSangusko
Sangusko all in Russian Poland PolandKEUGEES PolandKRUGERS PolandKRUGERS
KRUGERS GRANDSON INSANE INSANECliarsrcd mSANEClaorJtcc1 INSANECharged
Charged with Murder He Is Sent to toPrison toPrboJl toPrison
Prison a nH Lunatic LunaticPretoria LnnntlcPretoria LunaticPretoria
Pretoria Dec S 8Stepban1Ul Stephanos Paul Kru Kruger Kruger Kruger
ger Smit a grandson of the late President Pres President PresIdemt ¬
ident Kruger has ha been found guilty 1dlty of ofmurdering ormurdering ofmurdering
murdering Hermann Davis DavisHe DalsHe DavisHe
He was declared to be Insane and was wusetttenced wassentenced wassentenced
sentenced to be Imprisoned during thegovernors the thegovernors thegovernors
governors pleasure pleasureSmit pleasureSmit pleasureSmit
Smit had been in negotiation with Davis Dariswho Daviswho Daviswho
who claimed to know of buried treasure treasureworth treanreworth treasureworth
worth 300060 eeo and on June 21 l they drove droveoff droyeoff droveof
off together from Pretoria for Dasport to totake totake totake
take possession possea ion of the gold goldSmit goldSmlt goldSmit
Smit arrived alone at a hotel at Zwart Zwartspruit ZwartspruU Zwartspruit
spruit twelve miles from Pretoria the thesame thesa thesame
same sa evening Mrs Irs Davis soon after be became became became ¬
came anxious at the absence of her hus husband husband husband ¬
band and applied to the police policeThe policeThe policeThe
The cart used by Smit en the day of the thesearch thesearch
search reh was found spattered with Uh Wood Woodstains 1tIooIIstains bloodstains
stains and to have a bullet hole through throughthe thIOUChthe throughthe
the h hogd hQfd d Then the veldt eldt was scoured scouredand scouredand scouredand
and Davis vis body bod was discovered In a alonely alonel alonely
lonely lonel spot six miles from Pretoria with withfour withfour withfour
four bullet wounds Oun ll in the head and neck neckWOMEN n neckWOMEN < < ek ekWOMEN
WOMEN CABBIES IN PARIS PAEISTITO PARISTno PARISTwo
Two Already Taking Lesson to Ac Acquire Acquire Acquire ¬
quire Art of Modern Jehus JehusParis JehuliParis JehusParis
Paris Dec 8 Yet another occupation occupationhitherto occupationhitherto occupationhitherto
hitherto held sacred to men is being in invaded Invaded invaded ¬
vaded by the gentler sex ox A woman womancocher womancoeher womancocker
cocker is soon to be a living fact in inParis InParis inParis
Paris ParisMme ParislIme ParisMme
Mme Defaut Defaut whose husband is an ex experienced experienced experienced ¬
perienced driver of a taxameter and an another aaother another ¬
other woman hailing hal1ln from the country countryhave counlohave countryhave
have entered their names as students in inthe Inthe inthe
the classes organized for the teaching of ofhumane othumane ofhumane
humane driving Mme Ime Dufaut has al already already already ¬
ready had many lessons l sons from her hus husband husbtind hueband ¬
band There is little doubt that she will wiJipass willpass in inp
pass p s the necessary tests and in a short shorttime ahorttime shorttime
time take her place on the drivers box boxof boxof boxof
of a Paris cab The other aspirant has hasnot hasnot hasnot
not up to the present received any practieal prac practical practical ¬
tical Instruction in the art of driving drivingbut drivingbut drivingbut
but she is a country girl with a good goodexperience goodexperience goodexperience
experience of horses and she has no nofears nofears nofears
fears as to her future success successBoth successBoth successBoth
Both these women hope ho to be well pat patronized patronized patronized ¬
ronized by their own sex for as they theysay theySRY theysay
say women would be more likely lIkel to totrust tf tftrust totrust
trust themselves to a woman than to an aninsolent anInsolent aninsolent
insolent cabman who would probably probablydrive probnblydrive probablydrive
drive carelessly in the Paris streets They Theyare Theyare Theyare
are going to wear we r a costume in keeping keepingwith keepingwith keepingwith
with their occupation consisting of a abolero abolero abolero
bolero a dark gray skirt and overcoat overcoatof
of the same material ornamented with withbrass withbrass withbrass
brass buttons and a Hat glazed hat like likethat likethat likethat
that worn by the present Paris cocher
I t onu c 1rf4hd S hfana 1 hnm fiomp CJ117iO npflprA r t hllv n Jy jorpjerP DPIpobd ID B fan Artier c < > I 1
J firtnc Prtnrp 0 Oldf lltorllng fiotimg Toldiiz g gOCTOPUSES a reception receptionOCTOPUSES recepllOI1OCTOPUSES
OCTOPUSES ATTACK A SHIP SHIPCaught SHIPCaught SliPCaught
Caught in Net Hundreds Seize Side Sideof Sideof Sideof
of Big Fishing Bark BarkHold BarklIoII BarkHold
Hold lIoII on with lth Their Tentacle and andSearly andXeurl andNearly
Nearly Xeurl Oapxicu the Ve Vessel cMHel nel Be Before Before ¬
fore Being Chopped Away AwayParta AwayParis AunyPart I
Paris Part Dec S sT The Parle a large fishingbark fishing fishingbark ftshlngbark
bark of cancels while w1 Asking Is Ing on Thurs Thursday Thurscia Thursday ¬
day cia la the Bay BIt of Brqvy with a drag net netout netout netout
out met with an exciting eCd adventure adventureFmdtajr aawntureFIndtas adventureFinding
Finding great dUBcutty In getting gtUn in the thenet theRet thenet
net the crew set t the windlass to work workand workand workand
and to the astonishment of the fishermeninstead nsherm fishermen ftaherJlhtl1Instead n ninstead
instead of fish a nttg huge number of octo octopuses octopuIJeSat octopusesat ¬
puses puIJeSat at least 11i01appoaled 1500 appeared The hor horrible horrible horrible ¬
rible squirming mass shot out hundreds hundredsof hundredof
of arms arm at least six feet tit m length Jcn th which whichbegan whichbean ideh idehbepn
began to fasten on the sides of the bark barkthreatening barkthreateniDg barkthreatening
threatening to capsize ca be it by their weight weightTwo weightTwo weightTwo
Two fishermen were badly badl stung stun with withthe withthe Y1ththe
the tentacles and the men were only onl pre prevented pnvented peevented ¬
vented from being beI dragged overboard by bythe If Ifthe bythe
the prompt use of 0 hatchets ImtchetsThe hatchetsThe hatchetsThe
The skipper skipper kJ r immediately ImlMilIlatel cut c t the cable cableHd eaWethe cablethe
Hd the entire tine mass plunged back to the thei thetom thetom
tom i of o the sea scaStnI Still some fifty horrible horriblemoHsters 1ton1bIemoute horriblemoasters
moHsters moute clung clJ1 totJM to the lido of the bask balikand baskand i iand
and had to be chopped away awayDOESNT avrayDOESNT awayDOESNT
DOESNT LIKE HIS NAME NAMESwisR NAMESwl NAMESwiss
Swiss Swl Woman After fter Marriage lle llefnncrf UefUltcc Ito Itofuses
fuses to Sign the Register RegisterGeneva n RegisterGeneva IHter IHterGenev
Geneva Dec S SMme Mme Lina Pavre a apretty apretty apretty
pretty rich and willful widow has given giventhe b1ventbe giventhe
the Swiss authorities much trouble troubleSome troubleSenne troubleSome
Some time ago < < 0 she married CharlesMeignier Charles CharlesMeignier CharlesMelgnler
Meignier a tradesman of Lausanne at atthe atthe atthe
the registrars r tlltrars office but after the thenony taro taronoay ejtrernony
rnony refused to sign her name in theregister the theregister thereci
register registerOn reci registerOn ter terOn
On her husband hu band remonstrating with withher withher withher
her the widow loft him and returned to toYverdon toYverdon toYverdon
Yverdon YverdonAs YverdonAa YverdonAs
As the registrar trar wished wi bed to know wheth whether ¬
er Lina Faun not having ring signed the rag register n raginter = g gIBter ¬
inter Is loyally married or not he ap applied applied applied ¬
plied to the courts and the judges jud de decided decided decided ¬
cided tnat the marriage was a legal l l one oneIt oneIt oneIt
It is announced that Charles Meig Metgnier Meignler leIc leIcnler
nler has fallen in love with another girl girland girland girland
and has applied to the courts to find nd out outwhether outwhether outwhether
whether he is really married or not notas notas tatas
as he wants a divorce in order to marry marryagain mamagain marryagain
again againTh againThe againThe
Th The Lausanne authorities will shortly shortlydiscuss shortlydiscuss shortlydiscuss
discuss the problem whether they can or order 01der order ¬
der the willful widow to sign the register registerand reglaterand registerand
and if she again refuses take action actionagainst actionagainst actionagainst
against her for contempt of court The Theonly Tleonh Theonly
only reason Lina Favre gives for her ac action action action ¬
tion is that she prefers her name to that thatof thatof thatof
of Meignier MeignierLongevity MelJ1lerLon MeignierLongevity
Longevity Lon e1ty nt Ynrmontli YnrmontliLondon Ynrl110ntJILondon YarmouthLondon
London Dec 8 BThe The total age of six sixteen sixteen Mxteen ¬
teen persons J el1SOns who have been l n buried at atYarmouth atYarmouth t tYarmouth
Yarmouth during the last ost fortnight is is13W
13W 111 > > years an average of a little more morethan morethan morethan
than eightyone years 08rs
I
1 Woman oman Cabbie In Paris ra rill Awaiting AWi11t1c a Job JobI
I
fattest t SI 7 jtftofo ofPntce of Prl1 Arrlice Qhr QhrSome OlalXorwns OldfNorways
Xorwns Daring Crown Prince IrlncePHOTOS PrincePHOTOS
PHOTOS SENT BY TELEGRAPH TELEGRAPHSome
Some Transmitted One One Hundred Hundredi HundredMiles HundredMiles
i
i Miles in Fifteen Minutes MinutesFurther MinutesFurther MinutesFurther
Further Improvement Will VIII Enable EnnlilePictures BnnIIePicture EnablePictures
Pictures to Bc Sent In Much MachBetter MuchBetter 31nchDetter
Better Time TimeBerlin TimeDerUft TimeBerlin
Berlin Dec I IProC Prof Pro Kern of the theMoaicli theMUJde theMunich
Munich University teas greatly eatly improved improvedhi ImlMovedappva improvedhis
his hi apparatus appva for transmitting t utinS photo photogmpte pftot pftotgnLPM photogntpbs
gmpte over telegraph teIe raplt wires wiresHe wiresHe wiresHe
He has succeeded ceMded in sending photo photographs pbotoIrapha photographa ¬
graphs mid sketches akete six x or O sefren inches inchessquare Inehes8Cluant inchessquare
square hi this th manner from Munich to toNuremberg toNuretaber toNuremberg
Nuremberg Nuretaber a distance cIb aDCe of MO miles in infrom Infrom infrom
from ten to fifteen fttte < < m minutes The proces processor proCeOr professor ¬
sor Or says 8 that precisely the same Icsultawould result resultwould resultswould
would be obtained if the photographs photographswere ph photographswere tograpns tograpnswere
were transmitted over 0 a 8 a telegraph Jlne ine of ofany otaftY ofany
any length lengthThe IeD lengthThe < < th thTbe
The photograph which has to be trans transmitted transmltt1ld transmitted ¬
mitted is placed on a transparent glass glasscylinder gltlS gltlSC7lhM1er glasscylinder
cylinder which Wch retorre reroh rerolres slowly and at atthe att1M atthe
the same me time moves IIIOV from right to left leftA leftA leftA
A ray of light ie thrown on the cylinder cylinderby cyHoderby cylinderby
by means of an electric lamp and lent lentand len lenDd lensand
and Dd when the ray of light reaches the theinterior theInterior theinterior
interior of 0 the cylinder it is brighter or ordarker ordarker ordarker
darker according acconU to the coloring of that thatparticular thatparticular thatparticular
particular part of the photograph over overwhich ovorwhich overwhich
which it passesInside passes passesInside paSHLIl18kle
Inside the cylinder is some selenium seleniumwhich seleniumwhich seleniumwhich
which transmits tran mlts electrical current in pro proportion proportion proportion ¬
portion to the InlSnsity Inmi t of the light lightbrought lightbrousbt lightbrought
brought to bear on It The selenium seleniumtransmits seleniumtransmits seleniumtransmits
transmits current more rapidly in bright brightlight brightUtht brightlight
light and less le rapidity as the light de decreases deCrellM tiecreases ¬
creases The selenium is connected wtih wtihthe wtlhthe wtihthe
the wire over which the photograph has hasto hasto hasto
to be transmitted transmittedThe transmittedThe transmittedThe
The receiving recelvlD apparatus consists of an anelectrical anelectrlcl anelectrical
electrical Nernst lamp placed Inside a aglass aglass aglass
glass cylinder covered with with sensitized sensitizedpaper sensitizedpaper sensitizedpaper
paper The 1he he lamp burns more or less lessbrightly lessbrlthtly lessbrightly
brightly according a cordlng to the vgt varying Ing current currenttransmitted currenttra currenttransmitted
transmitted tra SlRllted through the selenium selenlu n at the theother theother theother
other end of the wire It thus th us repro reproduces reproduces reproduces ¬
duces the exact shade of the original pho photograph photograph photograph ¬
tograph provided that the cylinders at ateach ateach ateach
each end of the w wi > revolve at exactly exactlythe oxactJ oxactJthe exactlythe
the same speed Prof Korn has invented inventeda
a means of regulating ret JaUng the revolution of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the cylinders so that the speed is identi identical Identical identlcal ¬
cal at both ends endsFurther endsFurther endsFurther
Further Improvements Impro errents to the apparatus apparatuswill apparatus apparatuswill apPftrntuswill
will shortly enable a photograph to be betransmitted betransmitted betransmitted
transmitted within two minutes minutesDISAPPOINTED minutesDISAPPOINTED minutesDISAPPOINTED
DISAPPOINTED THEY DIE DIEXo DffiXo DIEo
Xo o Promotion Comes So Couple De Decides DecI1clt Decides ¬
cides on Double Snlcldc SulcidcVienna SnlcldcVienna SulcI tIc tIcVienna
Vienna Sec S 8Iaj Maj Pfleger command commanding commandIng commanding ¬
ing the Pioneer Battalion at Esseg and andhis andhis andhis
his wife have been found shot through throughthe throughthe throughthe
the heart In their lodging lodgingThe lodgingThe l lThe
The major lay at his wifes feet one onehand on onhand onehand
hand holding a revolver and the other otherclasping otherclasping tJcr tJcrclasping
clasping one of his wifes hands A let letter letter letter ¬
ter on the table stated that both had haddecided haddecided haddecided
decided to commit suicide because the themajor themajor themajor
major had failed to obtain promotion to tothe tothe tothe
the rank of lieutenant colonel colonelFrau colonelFmu colonelFrau
Frau Pfleger who wrote the th letterstated letter letterstated letterstated
stated that her husband husbRnddeelarcd declared he had hadnot hadnot hadnot
not courage to shoot her himself 6 so that thatshe thatshe thatshe
she had decided to place a bullet In her herown herown herown
own heart while holding his hand and andthat andthat andthat
that he would then commit suicide with withthe withthe wIththe
the same revolver revolverConvict revolverConict revolverConvict
Convict Falls Fdnll ICO Feet FeetParis Fc FeetParis t tParis
Paris Dec S SAnmd Arand Calen who was wassentenced wassentn wassentenced
sentenced sentn ed In April to it > twenty years ycars penal penalservitude penalservitude penalservitude
servitude for murder was killed yester yesterday yestcrda yesterday ¬
day da while trying to escape escape from the theprison theprison theprison
prison at Thouars He climbed the prison prisonwall prisonwall prisonwall
wall but was surprised surprls d by a warder warderwho warderwho warderwho
who fired at him The shot missed him himbut himbut himbut
but MB foot slipped and he fell 100 feet feeton feeton feeton
on some rocks beneathNo beneath beneathNo beneathNQ
No DanlsliGemmn Treaty TreatyCopenhagen Tr TreatyCopenhagen aty atyCopenhagen
Copenhagen Dec S SoThe The report report pub published pUbIIsb publislted ¬
lished IIsb d In London that Denmark and Ger Germany German Germany ¬
many man had signed a secret secrcttreaty treaty for the theclosing thecloshl theclosing
closing closhl of the Baltic In the event eventbf V ntlJ of war warIs warIs waris
Is untrue The authorities Jl have vc not nottbougbt notthoughtit j jthought
thoughtit thought it worth while whileto to issue i sueevcn even a asemiofficial aoIiemlomclal aaemlofficial
semiofficial denial
Crown flrrrce Olaf dowe dllowPO > to i hold fre he rp reIns s f
SEVEN RUSSIAN LADS SHOT SHOTObtain SHOTObtain SHOTObtain
Obtain Money by Threatening TheirVictims Their TheirVictims TheirVictims
Victims with Death DeathSome DeathSome DeathSome
Some of Them Tl1emChrbtinnll Christians Others OthersJews OtJl OthersJewsAll r rJe1THUI
Je1THUI Jews All Said They Ther Had Been BeenDriven DcnDrhen BeenDriven
j
Driven to Grime GrimeRiga GrimeRlsa CrimeRiga
Riga Dec DecS 8 Seven youths whose wee wi epe ages agesranged agdaranged 1 1ranged
ranged from sixteen to niaet ntoeteea Iaet es years yearshave yearshave 11 11ba
have ba e been executed for eight eights pt qjBC vas of ofrobbery otrobbery ofrobbery
robbery by threat threats The T e amount amot of ofmoney ofnwney ofmoney
money they extorted was llJi l IIn < 2sil 2silIn S SIn
In a a letter they wrote to M Raiser Ra1R r of ofRiga ofRl ofRiga
Riga Rl a they demanded I W9 11 for the unemployed unem unemployed 1HHmpIoyed ¬
ployed adding Ia We give st you youtW two hours hoursto 1Io boorsto rs rsto
to consider the matter They were Men Menlined JdenUfted ideatitled
lined by their victims victimsAs viet vietA victimsAs
As A they freely admitted their guilt the thecourtmartial thecourtmarUal thecourtmartial
courtmartial ordered them to be pe e bunged bungedtatt hangedbut
but 1 1It afterward the sentence was altered alteredto alteredto alteredto
to military executionBeasath execution executionBeneath exeeutloRDLh
Beneath a glimmering kerosene lamp in inthe Inue inthe
the prison courtyard the youths Oaths received receivedrengtea reeekedreH receivedreligions
religions reH consolation Three who were wereChristian wereC wereChristians
Christian C took the sacrament and the theJews UMJews theJews
Jews made de their customary profession prof of offaith otfaith offaith
faith One of them with tears stream streamIng streaming > > treamag
Ing ag down his cheeks but with a loud loudnrm loudArm feudfirm
nrm Arm voice repeated the words of the theJewish theJewish theJewish
Jewish confession Hear 0 Israel God Godte GodJ Godie
te J our Lordl God to One We have sinned sinnedwe sinnedW sinnedwe
we W have done evil in His HisAnother sight sightAnother sightAnother
Another sent greetings greell gX to his parents parentsWhen parentsWhen rents rentsWhen
When asked If he repented he answered answeredWhere tlDSweredWbere answeredl1bere
Where Is Divine justice ja tlce when such conditlena con conditions COIIdlUen ¬
ditions exist as drove me to these thesecrimes theseothn theseotlmesr
crimes crimesSacks othn otlmesrSacks r rSacks
Sacks were thrown over the heads of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the condemned c ndenmed who were then led into intoa h Intoa to toa
a field They were tied to stakes and andthe andthe andthe
the Cossacks formed in line of fire Dawn Dawnwas DlwnWlS Dawnwas
was breaking when the three volleys were weregiven weretiven weregiven
given The bodies were burled in thesand the theand thed
sand and d
375000 FOE FOR ART WORKS WORKSGerman WORKSGermnn WORKSGerman
German Collectors Get Moat of the theKoenlETKivncrter thelioenIJwncrttr theKoenigawaerter
KoenlETKivncrter Pictures PictureBerlin PicturesBerlin PicturesBerlin
Berlin Dec 8 8In In the annals of o Berlin Berlinart Berlinart Berlinart
art sales there Is no record of an event eventthat eventthat eventthat
that caused such widespread Interest as asthe asthe asthe
the dispersal of the Keenigswaerter collection col collection collection ¬
lection tills afternoon All the great art artdealers artdealers artdealers
dealers of Europe were represented repres nted but butthe butthe butthe
the Kaisers appeal to German patriotism patriotismhad p patriotismhad trloUsm trloUsmhad
had not fallen on barren ground nearly nearlyall nenrlyall nearlyall
all the Important pictures were bought boughtby boughtby boughtby
by wealthy Berlin collectors collectorsThe coIleetorsTbe collectorsThe
The sales realized J3750W or an aver average aerage average ¬
age of about Ph0 3790 per picture Competi Competition Competilon Competition ¬
tion lon between dealers and private buyers buyersran bu buyersran ers ersran
ran prices up in quite unusual fashion fashionThus CashionThus fashionThus
Thus the Rembrandt portrait of himself himselfwent bhn himselfwent elt eltent
went ent to Siit1lD 45000 4i0i a Cuyp to 511000 a small smallportrait smallportrait smallportrait
portrait by Frans Hals and a small land landscape laOOscape landscape ¬
scape by Hobbema to 1180 each and a aLancret aLancret aLancret
Lancret to 15006 18 A Venetian view by byCanalotta byCanalotta byCanalotta
Canalotta brought 5S9W 5S9WENGLAND u uENGLAND 6000 6000ENGLANIi
ENGLAND is FACING DANGER DANGERCondition DANGERCondition DANGERConditions
Condition Similar to Those Tho e in Cali California California California ¬
fornia Existing In Transvaal TranxvaalLondon TrnnHnnlLondon TransvaalLondon
London Dec S SoTbe The British govern government sovernment government ¬
ment finds itself faced with a similar dif difficulty difficulty difficulty ¬
ficulty in the Transvaal as confronts confrontsPresident confrontsPresident confrontsPresident
President Roosevelt Roo eveJt in the California anti antiJapanese anUJapanese antiJapanese
Japanese action actionThO The Th inhabitants of the theTransvaal theTransvAal theTransvaal
Transvaal TransvAal resent the competition cO potltlQn cf na natives nAtives natives ¬
tives of India who whohaYe have immigrated to tothat toot totlrltt
that country They have endeavored e dtllvor to todiscriminate todlscrlmlnftle todiscriminate
discriminate against ag lnt them by imposing imppstngserious imposingserious Irnp S 1a 1aserious
serious serious disabilities in what is known knO n as asthe LJtlie asthe
the Asiatic law amendment l ordinance ordinanceThe ordlneeTi ordinanceThe
The Ti victims appealed a > peated to the home gOV gOVernment gov government ov ovemment ¬
ernment ernment which has vetoed the act act
MANS 1 1Apparatus LIFE IS SAYED BY A FAN FANApparatus
Apparatus Used for Cooling Rooms RoomsFoils RoomsFoils RoomsIndian
Foils FoilsAssailant Indian Slayer SlayerAssailant SlayerAssnlInnt
Assailant In 1M Captured and Proves rOTe to toBe toDt toBr
Be Dt Br a AotorionN < orlou Criminal Who WhoWas VhoVall
Was Vall Seeking See lng Revenge RevengeAINthabad ReTcn RevengeAltahabsd e eAllahabad
AINthabad Doc S BA A desperate at attempt attempt attempt ¬
tempt to murder rder Mr Ir Napierthe Napier the the deputy deputycommteeJorrcr deputyconunooloncr eputy eputyc
commteeJorrcr c of Kaipur Kaipur Central CentraL Prey Provinces ProV ProVIlICtIIB Preylaces ¬
laces was made by b a 8 native yesterday yesterdayThe ycsterdaThe yesterdayThe
The commissioner ebmmls Tonor was playing pl ylng bridge bridgeat bridgeat bridgeat
at the Chatttegarh CbtltU garh Club when the na native natIve native ¬
tive stepped into the room room and aimed a aviolent aIolent aviolent
violent blow bJo with a aI knife at Mr Napiers Napiersneck NapiersDeck Naptersneck
neck from behind b 1Jlnd Luckily the frill of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the punkah or fan fan used in India to cool coola coola coola
a room struck the mans head and andchanged nndchanged andchanged
changed the direction of the blow so thatMr that thatMr thatlr
Mr Napier received r elved only a serious cut cutbelow cutbelow cutbelow
below the right ear earTwo earTwo earTwo
Two other men and a woman were wereplayhfg werepIat1Qf wereplaylti
playhfg bridge with itk Mr 11 Napier and an another another another ¬
other man was was looking on at the game gameand gameand
and there ther were other people In the room roomat roomat roomat
at the time but so sudden was the at attack attack attack ¬
tack that the native got away before beforethe beloretb beforethe
the tb players realized what had b d happened happenedLater happenedLater happenedLater
Later however the man was captured capturedand capturedand capturedand
and turned out to be a notorious crimi criminal crlnilnal criminal ¬
nal who had the day before been bound boundover boundover boundover
over by the deputy commissioner to keep keepthe keepthe keepthe
the peace and released on bail He had hadthreatened hadthreatened hadthreatened
threatened murder if the case wont wentagainst wontagainst wontagainst
against him himHis himHia himHis
His sureties have now withdrawn and andhe andIt andhe
he It has been sentenced fo o rigorous Im 1mprjoonment ImpJ imprfeonment
prjoonment pJ onment for a year and to three years yearsordinary yearsordinary yearsordinary
ordinary imprisonment imprisonmentFORBID ImprleonmentFORBID imprisonmentFORBID
FORBID YAWNING IN THEATER THEATERFrench TREATERFrench THEATERFrench
French Resolution Prohibit Hissing Hissingand lUninganil hissingand
and Other Forma of DisapprovalToulon Disapproval DisapprovalToulon DbnppronIToulan
Toulon Dec 8 8The The mayor of Toulon Toulonhas Toulonluved Toulonhas
has issued an order prohibiting hissing hissingand hls3lngan hissingand
and an < < other signs signsbf of disapproval at the lo local hocal 0 0cal ¬
cal municipal l theater theaterNo theaterNo theaterNo
No one will be allowed says the or order order order ¬
der to hiss make audible remarks ap applaud applaud applaud ¬
plaud ironically lronlcan yawn noisily use bad badlanguage badJanguage badlanguage
language or otherwise disturb the dlgnl dlgnlfled dlgnlRed dignilied
fled calm necessary to the proper enjoy enjoyment enjo enjoment enjoymeat ¬
ment of the drama dramaAny dramaAny dramaAny
Any breach of the order is to be pun punished punIshed punished ¬
ished by immediate expulsion and spectators specta spectators spectators ¬
tors who have complaints to make are aredirected nredirected aredirected
directed to write them in a book pro provided pro1ded provided ¬
vided for the purpose purposeHAS purposeHAS purposeHAS
HAS NEW MASTOID OPERATION OPERATIONDr
Dr Heath Cures SuppuratIon of the theEar tileEnr theEar
Ear Without lthont Removing Renloln Drum DrnmLondon DrumLondon DrumLondon
London Dec S SAn An important advance advancein
in aural surgery has been announced by byCharles byCharles byCharles
Charles J Heath surgeon of Golden GoldenSnuare GoldenSUflre GoldenSquare
Square Throat Hospital before the Oto Otological Otological Otological
logical Society Soclet Dr Heath after many manyyears manyyears manyyears
years of experience e < perlence has perfected an anoperation anoperation anoperation
operation for the cure of suppuration of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the middle ear without the removal of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the drum cr of the ossicles as has hith hitherto hitherto hitherto ¬
erto been done The operation consists consistsin consistsin
in draining the middle ear without mu mutilation muilatlon ¬
tilation tilation ilatlon of the mastoid bone It Is a avariation adatlon avariation
variation datlon of the mastoid operation and andenables andenltbles andenables
enables the preservation and In many manycases manycases manycases
cases the restoration of hearing hearingThe hearingThf hearingThe
The Otological Society Soclel recently discuss discussed discussed discussed ¬
ed Dr Heaths methods and generally generallyapproved generallyapprovedot generallyapproved
approved approvedot of the operation operationDr
Dr Heath Is a keen Irishman well wellknown wellknown wellknown
known to Americans many of whom whomcome whomcome whomcome
come to London to study under him
r
1 Sons of the Sultan Some Possible Heirs to the Ottoman Empire EmpireIt
It may ma come as a a surprise tO Imany > to learn l arn that the Sultan should have so somany somany somany
many many very young oun sons There Thcr is is s little chance chan e of jojrse c coprse urse of the thersuccesslon thersuccesslonralUng succession successionfalling successionfalling
falling to theseyouths tothese youths buflcTtKe b butia t rntre tKe event ent of trouble5 troublethcre there will be b no lack of ofcandidates Ofc Ofcandidates
candidates c ndldates for the throne
BRITOMDOLIZEQLAF BRITOMDOLIZEQLAFNorways BRITONS IDOLIZE OLAF OLAFN OLAFNorways
Norways N orvays Future Sovereign SovereignDelights SoYerei SovereignDcIig1lts gn gnDeligbts
Delights London LOlldlonLITTLE LondonLITTLE LondonLITTLE
LITTLE PRINOE ENJOYS VISIT VISITWhen VISITVhen VISITWhen
When lIe Came to Metropolis He HeBrought JleDrought lieBrought
Brought Royalty Ronlt wIth Him Being DelngAccompanlcd BeingAccompanied Being1Accompanied
Accompanied by b Icing ICln Edward and andAlexandra nnc nncAlexandrn andAlexandra
Alexandra King Haakon and andQueen andQuecn andQueen
°
Queen Muud JlnudAnxfons MnudA Anxloui for Toys ToysCorrespondence TOBCorrespondence ToysCurrttpondence
Correspondence ef The WufctogiMi BoMLondon HmU HmULondon HwLondon
London Nov No 30 30Durlng During the visit of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the King and Queen of Norway to Eng England EftSland England ¬
land the little Prince Olaf ws 8 the oen oentral central oentraI
tral attraction of the royal group gI grsap P and andon aDdon andon
on the day he hebade bade farewell to Windsor WindsorCastle WindsorCastle VlndsorCastle
Castle and came to London he received receivedquite receivedquite receivedquite
quite an ovation ovationHe ovationHe ovationHe
He not only nb came to London but butbrought butbrought butbrought
brought the court with him being ac accompanied ¬ r rcompanied Icompaniod
E
companied by the King and Queen QueenAlexandra QueenAIexandrE QueenAlexandra
Alexandra King Haakon and Bd Queen QueenMaud QueenMaud QueenMaud
Maud and attended by members of the thetwo thotwo thetwo
two royal households householdsFrom householdFrom householdsFrom
From the point of view of Prince PrincaOlaf PrilMoOlaf PrinceOlaf
Olaf and the crowds of peoplchleft peopiechieflywomenwho people peoplchleftwomenwho chiefly chieflywomen
women womenwho who gathered to see aim at atWindsor atYlndsor atWindsor
Windsor and in London it was dis distinctly distinctly distinctly ¬
tinctly the visit of Prince Olaf to Lon London London London ¬
don and Prince Olafs farewell to toWindsor toWindsor toWindsor
Windsor and not at all the removal removalof
of the court to London Incidentally Incidentallycarrying Incidental Incidentalcarrying incidentallycarrying
carrying with it a royal personage of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the of three I IThe
age years yearsThe yearsThe
The little blueeyed lad said good goodby geodby goodby
by to Windsor with the same charm charming chtlmInS charming ¬
ing childish sincerity as when he shook snookhands shookhands shookhands
hands with the goldlaced naval officers officerson
on the royal yacht a week ago agoHe agoHe agoHe
He was early astir tir and nd anxiously anxiouslywatched anxloulywatched anxiouslywatched
watched the packing of his toys Only Onlya
a portion of these were to accompany accompanyhim accompanyhim accompanyhim
him but they were very particular particularones particularones particularones
ones and he was most anxious they theyshould theyshould theyshould
should not be left out Among other otherthings otherthings otherthings
things quite his own are seine presents presentsfor prentsfor presentsfor
for his hl small cousins He is a generoushearted gener generoushearted generoushearted ¬
oushearted little boy and has even got gotsomething gotsomething gotsomething
something for a favorite parkkeeper parkkeeperIn
In Christiania ChristianiaA
A little before 11 oclock in the morn morning mernlng mornIns ¬
Ins dressed in his warm white coat coatwhite eo coatwhite t twhite
white sailor hat white gaiters and andbrown andbrown andbrown
brown boots he trotted eagerly eScrli to the thedoor theI thedoor
I door where an open royal roa landau was waswaiting waswaltioS waswaiting
waiting
An n Englishman EnglishmanNear EngUsbmnnXear EnglishmanRear
Near the door stood one of King Ed Edwards EIwards Edwards ¬
wards pageboys Prince Olaf looked lookedat lookedat lookedat
at the pageboy very ery thoughtfully thoug ttUy for fora fora
a few moments and then turning to tohis tohis tohis
his mother aaked in his small clear clearvoice clearvoice clearvoice
voice Is he an Englishman r There Therewas Therewas Therewas
was a general laugh and Queen Maud Maudtold Maudtold Maudtold
told her little son that the page was Was as an anEnglishman anEngltshman anEnglishman
Englishman EnglishmanPrince EngltshmanPrince EnglishmanPrince
Prince Olaf looked at the pageboy pageboyagain pageboyagain boy boyagain
again and evidently thinking that he hewas hewas hewas
was not so very much taller than himself him himself almself ¬
self said emphatically Then Tm an anEnglishman AnEngllshm8n anEnglishman
Englishman too an assertion which whichcaused whicncaused whtchcaused
caused another laugh laughHalf laughHalt laughHalf
Half the women women in Windsor Wlnd er turned turnedout turRedout turnedout
out to wave hands to him as he went wentaway went wentaway wentaway
away As soon as the landau reached reachedthe reachedthe reachedthe
the castle gates Prince Olaf scrambled scrambledon
on the seat and stood there smiling at atthe atthe atthe
the ladies who threw him kisses until untilthe untilthe untilthe
the station was reached reachedThen reachedThen reachedThen
Then the HUe boy again became a alittle alittle alittle
little prince who solemnly recognized recognizedthat recognizedthat recognisedthat
that the right thing to do on going goingaway goingaway goingaway
away is to shake hands with those he heleaves heleaves heleaves
leaves behind behindSo beblndSo behindSo
So with perfect seriousness and with without without without ¬
out any affectation he walked up to tothe tothe tothe
the majestic colonel of the First Life LifeGuards LifeGuards LifeGuards
Guards and manfully held out his tiny tinyband tlnyband tinyhand
band The colonel bowed as he shook shookhands shookhands shookhands
hands Prince Olaf then turned to 10CoL toCoL toCol
CoL Fergusson of the Coldstream ColdstreamGuards CoJdstreamGuards ColdstreamGuards
Guards and shook hands with him himEnergetic himEner himEnergetic
Energetic Ener etlc Handshake HandshakeHe I1nndChJLkeHe
He next selected the mayor of Wind Windsor WIndsor Windsor ¬
sor for a handshake and was stead steadily steadliYworklng steadilyworking iy iyworking
working his way down the list li t of rail railway rallway railway ¬
way officials when Princess Victoria Victoriaran Victoriaran Victoriaran
ran up and said that it was time to go goSo goSo goSo
So Prince Oiaf trotted gayly gaJ off to the thoroyal tht thtro theroyal
royal ro al saloon and as the train steamed steamedaway steamedaway s eamed eamedaway
away he got some one to hold hrai h up upso upso upso
so that he could wave his hand through throughtho throughtho throughthe
tho window windowThere windowTh windowThere
There Th re were nearly as many people peopleoutside peopleoutdde peopleoutside
outside Paddington Station as last lastweek lastweek lastweek
week to see King Haakon and Queen QueenMaud QuuenlIaud QueenMaud
Maud MaudInside lIaudInsldo MaudInside
Inside the station statl n a number of privi privileged privileged privileged ¬
leged guests chiefly hletl ladies watched watchedthe watchedthe watchedthe
the arrival of the royal rO I train They all alllooked alllooked alllooked
looked for little Prince Olaf OlafThey OlafThey OlafThey
They watched him as he h was helped helpedout helpedout helpedout
out of the saloon as he walked across acrossthe acrossthe acrossthe
the crimsoncarpeted platform to the theroyal thero theroyal
royal ro al carriage and as he climbed to tothe tothe tothe
the seat beside Princess Victoria and andholding andholding andholding
holding her arm to steady himself himselfgazed himselfgazed himselfgazed
gazed with beaming eyes e es at the prancing pranc prancing prancinS ¬
ing horses of the Second Life Guards Guardsescort Guardsescort Guardsescort
escort
Courteous Prince PrincePrince PrincePrince PrincePrince
Prince Olafs ride through the streets streetswas streetswas streetswas
was > an ovation There were crowds crowdsof crowdsof crowdsof
of people to see him and when they theycheered tlteyheored theycheered
cheered he smiled and sometimes metimes salut saluted Saluted saluted ¬
ed by raising his gloved hand to his hiscap hisCap hiscap
cap Outside Buckingham Palace there therewere therewere therewere
were hundreds of ladles who had ha in inmany inmany inmany
many cases come to town on purpose to tosee tosee tosee
see the boy prince princeFor princeFor princeFor
For three or four hours a crowd of ofwomen ofwomen ofwomen
women hung around the palace gatesin gates gatesin ts tsIn
in the hope of seeing Prince Olaf drive driveout drivoout driveout
out again Their devotion to him was washeroic washeroIc washeroic
heroic for the road was wet and andmuddy andmuddY andmuddy
muddy and now and then a slight slightdrizzle slightdrizzle slightdrizzle
drizzle fell fellNo fellNo fellNo
No Olaf came but the hearts of the theroyal theroal theroyal
royal ladles within the palace were wereevidently wer werwldenth wereevidently
evidently touched by the love of the thebaby thebaby thebaby
baby prince and about 8 oclock Queen QueenAlexandra QueenAlexandra QueenAlexandra
Alexandra came to the window over overthe overUiE overthe
the central archway and lifted Prince PrinceOlaf PrlncoOlaf PrinceOlaf
Olaf up for a couple cou le of minutes minutesThe mInutesThe minutesThe
The band of women in the wet grate gratefully gratefully gratefully ¬
fully waved their hands and handker handkerchiefs handkerchiefs handkerchiefs ¬
chiefs and threw kisses and then when whenhe whenhe whenhe
he had disappeared went home happy happyBALTIC happ happyBALTIC p pBALTIC
BALTIC A BIG DUCK POND PONDGreclc P014JJGreck PODGreek
Greek Captain Captain Changes His Opinion OpinionAfter OpInionAftcr OpinionAfter
After Night of Terror TerrorBerlin TcrrorBerlin TerrorBerlin
Berlin Dec 8 SNaval Naval men at Kiel are arelaughing arelaughing arelaughing
laughing at the strange adventures o othe ot otthe ofthe
the torpedo destroyer Nike which was wascontracted wascontructed wascontructed
contructed at Stettin for the Greek gov government government government ¬
ernment The Nike left Stettin for Piraeus Piraeuson
on Tuesday under command of a Greek Greekcaptain Gretltcaptain Greekcaptain
captain and with a a crew of Greeks the theonly theonly theonly
only German being the engineer engineerThrough engineerThrough engineerThrough
Through a misunderstanding the sea Beachart seachart seachart
chart was left ashore but the command commander ¬
er disdainfully dubbing the Baltic a mere mereduck mereduck nern nernduck
duck pond boasted of his complete con confidence confidence confidence ¬
fidence In navigating a a craft without withoutcharts withoutcharts withoutcharts
charts along the Pomorane Coast to the theKiel theKle1 theBiel
Kiel Canal CanalHe Cu1alHo CanalHe
He was barely outside Swinemundo Swinemundoharbor Swlnemundonarbor Swinemundeharbor
harbor when a fog set In and the com commander commander commander ¬
mander completely lost his bearings The TheNike ThoNlke TheNike
Nike drifted aimlessly all night After Afterseveral Afterseverat Afterseveral
several narrow escapes an experienced experiencedmariner experiencedmariner Xperl Cod Codmariner
mariner was secured to pilot t the e ship shipthrough shipthrough htp htpthrough
through the duck pond to Kiel where it itfinally Itlinally itSnaky
finally arrived in safety

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