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10REBUDDHARELIGS 10REBUDDHARELIGSMonasteries IYIORE BUDDHA RELICS RELICSMonasteries
Monasteries Unearthed East Eastof Eastof EastI
I of fiaidarabad fiaidarabadBUDDHAS RaidalabaLt RaidalabaLBUDDH
t 4BUDDEAS
BUDDHAS BUDDH s ASHES IN SERINE SERINEArchaeologists SHRINE SHRINEii
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Archaeologists Find Huge Tomb TombDisclose TombDillcl TombDisclose
Disclose Dillcl se Secret Chamber Contain ContainIng Contnining Containing
Ing Stone Coffer witl1 with CrystalBot CrystalBottle CrstnlDottie CratnB6tte ¬
tie te Inside Encasing Silver Caalcet Caalcetand Cnsketand Ca1Lctand
and Gold Cylinder CylinderLondon Ol1na1crLondon OyiindcrLondon
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London April 2 BFun Full accounts accountsa of the thediscovery thodiscovery thQdiscovery
discovery of relics of t Buddah in the theshape theshape the8hape
shape of charred bones near Pe Peehftwar Peehftwarwere Poshawar1were hawar hawarwere
were printed not long Jon ong ago Only this thisweek thisweek thiswcek
week the vicoroy of India Lord Minto Mintohanded Mintohanded Mintohanded
handed over these the o most sacred relics relicsto reUcsto relicsto
to the keeping of tho Burmese Bud Buddhists Buddhists Buddhists ¬
dhists Almost at the same time comes corneaword comesword comesword
word of the discovery of further Buddha Buddharelics Buddharelics Buddharelics
relics at Mirpur Khas about forty miles mileseast milescast milescast
cast of Haldarabad HaldarabadA
A series of mounds supposed supp sed to be the theremains theremains theremains
remains of a a burled town towns attracted the theattention theattentlon theattention
attention of H Couaens superintendent superintendentof
of archaeology Bombay He came to the thebelief thebel1et thebelief
belief that they wero the remains of ofBuddhist ofBuddhllt ofBuddhist
Buddhist monasteries and that the larg largest lugest largest ¬
est mound wouldpossibly conceal re remains remains remains ¬
mains of a shrine or stupe erected over oversome oversome oversome
some sacred relic relicExcavating rellcExcavating relicExcavating
Excavating this mound ha unearthed unearthedtwo unOfU unearthedtwo hod hodtwo
two largo and well molded terra terr cotta cottaImages cottaimages cottaImages
Images of Buddha The decorated wall wallin wallin i iIn
in which they were set measured fifty flftyfeet fiftyfeet
feet and proved to be one side of a asquare asquare asquare
square pediment or basa be hs of a a atupa and andin andIn andIn
in the center of the stupa a 8 well was wasfound w wfound wasfound
found some twentyfive feet in depth depthand depthand 1 1and
and ten t teji feet in diameter Beneath a abrick abrick
brick slab s b therein was found a a chamber chamberfifteen chmberfifteen chamberfifteen
fifteen Inches square by one o foot deep deepcontaining deepcontaining I Iconta1nln
containing conta1nln a rough stone cotter in two twopieces tw twpieces twpieces
pieces and two little earthen pot pots choked chokedwith chokedwith chokedwith
with sand sandA
A 4 Few Specks of Dust DustWithin DUBtWithin DuetWithin
Within the heavy stone casket eUket was wassmafl a asmall 8 8amall
small crystal bottle son IICIM three inches incheshigh tllebeS111gb tflCh tflCh1Igh
111gb high half encased in silver and thick thickwith thickwith thickwith
with verdigris Within pthht f1thtn the bottle bott WM WMin wuan waian
an even sumliN smaflrIn jny8I caaket wrapped wrappedIn
in gold leaf anl ami an embedded In dust of a apeculiar a apeculiar apeculiar
peculiar brown color colorIt colorIt colorIt
It was only a abare a bare Inch and a half in inlength inlength 1i 1ilength
length but wltWtt tt lnaT Jay ai yet let another cyl cylinder eylinder c3riinder ¬
inder of gold goldA goklA soldA
A little gold cup lifted out was found foundto foundto foundto
to contain only a few specks of dust and anda aada anda
a a fragment of clear stone The dark darkbrown daltbrown darkbrown
brown dust dutij du proved under the microscope microscopeto mlcrOlCOf8to mIcrosco mIcroscoto
to be burnt human ash and it is con conjectured conjectured conjecturod ¬
jectured that this is the real relic relicthat relicthatas > that thatas
as there was too much to place In the thegold theI thegold
gold cylinder it was packed around it itFourth It ItFourtl1 ItFourth
I
Fourth Century Centu y A D DMr DMr DMr
Mr Cousens attributes the date of th thstupa UN UNat1 thestupa
stupa at1 > tentatively to the fourth century centuryA
A D Hieum Tsang TDJI the great Chinese Chinesetraveler Chlnetraveler Chinesetraveler
traveler who visited India when Bud Buddhism Buddb Buddhtsm ¬
dhism db was flourishing ifourlshlnglft ih the north x xcor lit litcords icords
cor cords < te that Utatarter after the cremation of Gau Gautama GUtama Gatitama ¬
tama the ashes were divided into note noteportions nlUeportions nineportions
portions and distributed d ltrlbuted among among nine ninesects ninesects ninesects
sects of disciples in various parts of ofIndia ofIndia ofIndia
India IndiaThe IndiaThe IndiaThe
The discovery dl8con y of two of theaa thes carefully carefullypreserved earfunypreaerved carefullyt
preserved relics of the Lord Buddha Buddhawithin Bu Buddhawithin dha dhawithin
t
within less than twelve months Is p re remarkable remarkable remarkable ¬
markable evidence of the value ue of the thework thework thework
work of the archaeological department departmentin
in India since its enlargement and re reconstitution reconstitutiOn reconstitutiOn
constitution by Lord Curaon CuraonCITY CUl3OnCITY CuronCITY
CITY TAKES A DAY CENSUS CENSUSFinancial CENSUSFinanclnl CENSUSFinancial
Financial Section of London Inhab Inhabited InlubHel Inhabited ¬
ited by uy initojrs nnItQJsLondon nnItrsLondon initojrsLondon <
London April 2Lika Llk the Wall street streetdistrict streetdlltrlct streetdistrict
district in New York the city ctt as asfinancial the thefinancial tl8financial
financial quarter of London L < mdon te called is isa ISa Isa
a very lively and populous place in the thedaytime thedaytime thedaytime
daytime but at night it is deserted ex except e ecept oxcept ¬
cept by Janitors and their families The TheCorporation TbaCcrporatlon Thec Thecrporatlon
Corporation of the City of 0 London is be becoming becoming becoming ¬
c coming curious about the number numb of in inhabitants Inhahltants inhabitants ¬
habitants the historic square mile mU con contains contalns conr ¬
r tains and it is about to take a a day cia census censusThe censusThe censusThe
The ordinary census applies to the thesleeping thesllepln thesleeping
sleeping residents but the reaj life and andactivity andactivity andactivity
activity of the city are measured by its itsday J Jda Itsday
day da population and not by its permanent permanentpopulation permanentpopulation permanentpopulation
population Of janitors and their offspring offspringThe oftBprlnThe oIsprIngThe
The resident population of the city elt has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been declining decUnln for years The last esti estimate osumate ostimate ¬
mate was that it didnt exceed 1S060 or 01OOO
20000 20000It 20000It OOO OOOIt
It is supposed supp 8 the new census of the theday theday theday
day population populationthe the census een us of the th mer merchants merchants metchants ¬
chants brokers bankers and thelr thelrBwarms thelrswarms thoirswarms
swarms of clerks clerkttwUl will disclose a popu population population populatlon ¬
lation of at least 500000 OOthe the tb equivalent equivalentsay equIvalentaay equlyslentsay
say of perhaps twenty of Now Yorks Yorksskyscrapers Yorksskyscrapers Yorksskyscrapers
skyscrapers skyscrapersAMERICANS skyscrapersAMERICANS skyscrapersA1ERICANS
AMERICANS TO FORM CLUB CLUBNevr CLUBNew CLUBNew
New Venture In London Started by byUniversity 1 1Unlversit byUniversity
University Men MenLondon MenLondon Ien IenLondon
London April 2 2Many Many efforts have been beenmade beenmade beenmade
made in majiy years to form and main maintain mdntaln mainthin ¬
thin a distinctive American club in Lon London London Lendon ¬
don All have failed The Pilgrims So Society Sodety Society ¬
ciety and the American Society have haveflourished haV8ftourlsbed 1bn 1bnliourished
flourished for years but they are not notclubs notclubs notclubs
clubs In the American sense They are aredining aredining aredining
dining clubs with benevolent btJ JOI8JIt g and a patriotic patrioticobjects 1 patrIoticohjecjs > 8trlOtic 8trlOticobjecjs
objects objectsThe objecjsThe ohjecjsThe
The latest venture in club life l1 Is the theAmerican theAmerlCll theAmerican
American Universities Club which was wasopened wasopened wasopened
opened on March 21 It has been Invited Invitedto tmoltedto invitedto
to share tho premises and the prestige prestigeof
of the New Oxford and andCambrld8 Cambridge Club in inPall InPall InPall
Pall Mall Mr Roosevelt it is stated statedhas 8t8toohas statedhas
has expressed expr Ssed interest in the new club cluband cluband cluband
and Lord Stratbcoia and Lord Brassey Brasseyare Brae Braeare Brasseyare
are giving It their patronage patronageAmericans patronageAmerloans patronageAmericans
Americans resident in London engaged engagedin
in trade and the professions profe tol ll so quickly quicklyfind quicklyfind quicklyfind
find an English club to suit them that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the need of a panAmerican club never neverhas nevolhas neverbas
has been felt The new venture yenturaw111 will be bewatched bewatched bewatched
watched with interest interestCAPITOL interestCAPITOL InterestCAPITOL
CAPITOL HILL CLUB MEETS MEETSUternry MEETSLlternry 1EETSLiterary
Literary Students Discuss Paper Papcron Papcronthe on onthe ontiLe
the Dark Continent ContinentThe ContInenfThe ContinentThe
The Capitol Hill I11 Literary Llteraty Club met metMonday metMonday metMonday
Monday evening at the ther residence ldenco or Mrs MrsBoynton MrsBoynton MrsBoynton
Boynton 92 9 9S P street northwost with a agood agood agood
good attendance The programme was wasopened wasopened wa waopened
opened by a 8 piano duet by Mrs A H HFrear HFreBr 11Frear
Frear and Mrs E V Carr after which whichMiss whichMiss whichMts
Miss Laurence read an interesting paper paperon vperon paperon
on The Dark Continent ContinentA
A general discussion fallowed in which whichMrs wlrt h hMrs bMrs
Mrs Walporte Maj Lawrence Capt CaptHart CaptHart CaptHart
Hart Mr Walporte and Mr Fletcher Fletcherengaged Fletohorengaged Fletcherengaged
engaged Mrs Mr Gordon also read ro d an in interesting Interesting Interestlng ¬
teresting paper entitled Easter Day DayThere DayThere
4 There was a vocal oeal cal solo rendered by Mrs MrsBenson MrsBenson MrsBenson
Benson accompanied with a chorus by byMr byMr byMr
Mr and Mrs A H Frear There was wa a avocal avocal avcaI
vocal solo by Miss l ss Rosa Townshend TownshendI
I
FRENCH WOMEN SEEK OFFICE OFFICEAspirants OFFIOEAspirnnts OPFIOEAspirants
Aspirants Include Many of Notable NotableFamilies NotableFumll1el NotableFamilies
Families FamiliesParis Fumll1elparts FamiliesPals
Paris parts April 2 2Women Women candidates at atthe atthe atthe
the elections eetlons for the French Chamber of ofDeputies atDeputies ofDoputie
Deputies next May are to be brought brQushtfor brQushtforWlJrd f for forwrd or orward
ward In each of the twenty wards Into Intoj intowhtch Intowhich
j which Paris is divided for political pur purposes purposes purposes
poses The list includes several notable notablewomen notableOmen notablewotTen
women womenMmo wotTenMmo Omen OmenMmo
Mmo Palletier one of the first women womento womento womento
to be called to the bar and one of the thefew the1aw thew
1aw few w women to Q continue in general prac pracjticeln practice practe
jticeln tice In the courts will seek election In Inthe Intho inthe
the tho fifth ward In tho ninth Mme Mar Marguerito MarguerIt Marguerlte
guerito Durand founder of the womens womenspaper wi womenspaper > meQs meQs1J
paper 1J par La L Fronde and now at tho head head1of headof headof
of the tit dally newspaper Les Nouvolles Nouvolleswill NouvoUeswin Nouvolloswill
will represent the feminist aspirations aspirationsOther aspiratIonsOthor aspirationsOther
Other aspirants for parliamentary hon honors honors henore ¬
ors are Mme Mm Vautler a Wellknown par parliamentary j parlianientary > r rlIamentary ¬
liamentary correspondent and Mmes MmesChomln MmesChomin MmWChoq1ln
Chomln and Lenoir of the suffragist suffragistNewspaper sufCmlstl11ewsPftpor suffragist4iewspaper
Newspaper l11ewsPftpor La Suffragiste SuffragisteApart Suffrag1stcApart SuffragtstoApart
Apart from their feminist opinions the thecandidates thocandidates thecandidates
candidates represent different political politicalparties politicalparties pollUcalparties
parties but it is significant that they theyhavo theyItavo theyhave
have modified their other political views viewson viewson viewson
on the general onral politics of the th day dayln in or order order order ¬
der to unite on the feminist Question QuestionThus q questionThus cation cationThus
Thus it Is lsunderstood understood that they will all allbe nUbe allbe
be anticlerical and radical radicalBOYS radicalBOYS radicalBOYS
BOYS GO WITH JTll AGE AGEI AGESchool AGESchool
I School Inspector Speaks of ofRising ofRising ofRising
Rising Generation GenerationGENTLEE GenerationGENTLER GenerationGENTLER
GENTLER BUT TAKE NO PAINS PAINSBoard PAINSDonrl PAINSBoard
Board School Children Cry Cr and Re Resent Resent Resent ¬
sent Punishment PnnIshmelltIuercoslng Increasing Lack Lackof Lackof i iot
of Grit Serious ProblemChil ProblemChildren ProbleulChUdren ProblemChIldren ¬
dren Generally Genernhl Better Disposed Disposedand DIsposedand DIspoSedand
and Behaved DehnvedRush Rush for New Ideas IdeasLondon IdeasLondOR IdeasLondon
London April i tCorporal Corporal punishment punishmentfor punishmenttor
for the worklngmans child In the schools schoolsof sc sciooIsof OOR OORot
of this thl oountr has almost almo t diet out outTha outTha outThe
Tha mother of o the small mush boy who Is Ispunished Ispwnhed Ispunlahed
punished In this old fashioned manner mannereither manneroItbor mannereither
either prosecutes the teacher t acher for assault assaultor
or ot get gets back b ck at him with vituperation vituperationand UuperaUonaoo
and sometimes S meUMM violence The result is isthat I Ithat isthat
that the board school teacher is afraid afraidto afraidto afraidto
to use the cane caneChildren cnnoChildren caneChildren
Children of Rich Birched na n of Yore YoreAt YoreAt YoreAt
At Eton and Harrow and all the big bigpublic bigpublic lgpublic
public schools the sons of the rich and andwell andwen andwell
well to do 10 still till have hav to take their theirlag birch birching birchIng ¬
ing or caning in the time honored fash fashIon fashn fashIon
Ion n An inspector fnap ctor of the London Dio Diocasftn DloC DioceMn
casftn C n Church schools sciools the Rev Bernard BernardReynolds BernardRe7Dolda BernardReynOlds
Reynolds says In his annual report that thatthe th thatthe t tthe
the modern child does not take punish punishment punishment punishmeat ¬
ment with fortitude fortitudeMany fortitudeMany fortitudeMany
Many teachers he says SA have no noticed noticed noflood ¬
ticed that the children will not taker takerjproof take takerproof rJt rJtproof
proof or punishment punl hment It Is out of their theirminds theirminds theirmInLs
minds why they should suffer or bear bearpain beArpain bearpain
pain boys cry and talk about It Instead Insteadof Insteadof insteadof
of taking their punishment In a manly manlyway manlyay manlyway
way ay as they us u used ed d to take it In fact factthe tactthe factthe
the want of grit in children is a a fact factwhich factwhleh factwhich
which demands serious attention attentionSoil attentionSoU attentIonSoil
Soil Growing Fruitful if Shallow ShallowMr ShnUowMr ShallowMr
Mr Reynolds Rc nolds does not actually say say that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the modern sparing of the rod is re responsible responsible responsiblo ¬
sponsible for this but advocates of the theargumentum theargumentum theargumentuzu
argumentum ad baculum will have their theirown theirown theirown
own Idea Ide of why his report has haf ha to refer referto r referto ter terto
to the increasing difficulty dlmcult Ri getting gettingchildren get1ln6children getIngchildren
children to take pains noticed by many manyteachers manyteaebers manyteachers
teachers teachersiorthe teaebersI teacherskor
I iorthe For the rest rest Mr Reynolds ROjoolds finds that thatmodern thatmodern thatmodern
modern children are better disposed and andmore andmora andmore
more receptive of Influences that are arenot arenot arenot
not annoying It is rarer than formerly formerlythat formorlythat formerlythat
that we have to complain complalnot of bad behavior behavior0r behaviortl
0r tl even of indifference There Is more moreadaptability moreI1dap1ablllty
hdaptablllty adaptability to higher ideas and a wide widerange wideranke widerange
range The soil is more fruitful though thoughshallower thoughJlballower thoughshallower
shallower There la more reverence reverenceshown revreoceMownthe reverenceShownthe
shown Mownthe the best are decidedly better betterand betterand betterand
and the worse less decidedly are worse worseThe worseThe worseThe
The Rush of New Ideas IdeasThe IdealSThe IdeasThe
The reason for these theflJ noticeable noticeablechanges noticeablec noticeablechanges
changes c es are first of all the altered en environment environment envlronment ¬
vironment The rush ru h of new no ideas and andinventions andInventions andinventions
inventions makes the wideawake child childexpectlve chndoxpeetlve childoxpoctive
expectlve its mind Is accustomed to won wonders wonders wondots ¬
ders and expects them fairy tales are arebecoming arebecoming arebecoming
becoming a commonplace of life In Inventions Invefttlons Inventlons ¬
ventions that would have appalled our ourgrandfathers ourgrandfathers ourgrandfathers
grandfathers are received as ordinary ordinaryevents ordinaryevents ordinaryevents
events by the child childhe he would not be bein boIn bein
in the least surprised if communication communicationwere communicationwere communicationwere
were established e with the tb moon Die Distractions Dstractions Dietractios ¬
tractions have settled down into normal normalconditions normalconditions normalconditions
conditions Novelty has become normal normalinstead norm normalinstead 111 111lnatood
instead of volcanic as it used to be beMr beMr beMr
Mr Reynolds sums up the matter thus thusThe thusThe thusThe
The child mind is certainly different differentfrom dUIerentfrom differentfrom
from what It was even five years oars ago agobut agobut agobut
but the change has signs of hope and andpromise andpromise andpromise
promise if only the child has righteous righteousness righteousness righteouspeas ¬
ness put preeminently before it other otherwise otherwIse otherwise ¬
wise there is chaos in front frontRussia frontWOMAN frontWOMAH
WOMAN BUILDS A BRIDGE BRIDGERussia BRIDGERussia
Russia Marvels at Feat of Mile MileBandurin MlleBandurin hueEandurin
Bandurin BandurinObtains EandurinObtaIns BandurinObtains
Obtains Appointment In Gigantic GiganticConstruction GlgnntlcConstruction GigantictTonstruction
Construction Work and Excels ExcelsThose ExcelsTbose ExcelsThose
Those of f Hardier Sex SexSt Sexi SexSt SexSt
i
St St Petersburg April 2 2Havlngo Having been beenbaffled beenDaffled beenbafflad
baffled by a senate somite ruling in n their recent recentattempt recentattempt recentattempt
attempt to establish the right of women womento womento womento
to practice as lawyers law ers tha Russian fem feminists femInists ferninlets ¬
inists are jubilant at the success achieved achievedby achlev achievedby d dby
by a young Russian woman Mile Ban Bandurin Bandurln Bandunn ¬
dunn as a superintendent of a big engi engineering engineerIng engifleetIng ¬
neering enterprise enterpriseA
A graduate of the Womens Technologi Technological ¬
cal Institute in St Petersburg she is the thefirst thefirst thefirst
first woman in Russia who has proved provedher provedher provedher
her ability In practical work Her first ftr3ttask firsttask nrsttask
task was to help h lp to build a steel ware warehouse warehouse warehouse ¬
house for an army cooperative society societyHero societyHero societyHero
Hero she had under undcrher her orders a large largenumber largel1umber largenumber
number of mechanics who she sh says saysafter saysafter saysafter
after their first surprise got on famously famouslywith famouslywith famouslywIth
with her herMile hernt herMile
Mile nt Bandurip then obtained an anap anappolntment ap appointment nppolntmont ¬
pointment as assistant engineer on tho thogroat thogroat thegroat
groat new ne bridge across the Neva which whichIs whichis
Is to connect the Russian RU3Ilancapltal capital with withthe withthe withthe
the northern suburb of Okhta She began beganby begunby beganby
by superintending su rlntendlng the leveling l veUng oT the theriver theriver theriver
river banks and then directed dir cted the work of ofdriving otdriving ofdriving
driving piles The men engineers are arestated arestated arestated
stated to have met this feminine invasion invasionsympathetically invasionsympathetically Invasionsympathetically
sympathetically
COMET COETBULL BULL A FABLjPopes FABLE FABLEPopes FABLEPores
Popes Appeal Never Made MadeAgainst MadeAg Macb MacbAgainst
Ag Against inst Celestial Visitor VisitorON VisitorON VisitorON
ON A PAR WITH MOON HOAX HOAXRecords HOAXReeord HOAXRecords
Records in Vatican Library Prove ProveFalse Prove1nlsc ProveFalse
False Charges Obarges Made for Several SeveralCenturies SeeralCenturiesErrors SeveralCenturiesErrors
Centuries CenturiesErrors Error Shown to o aElst aElstin Edt EjtistIn EdtIn
In the Various Stories that Ilavej IlavejRecently Have llnvelteccntly HaveRecently
Recently Been Revived RevivedEvory RelvedJ RelvedEory RevivedEvery
J
Every Intelligent person nowadays Is Issuppoaed IsSUPPOled issuppoaetl
suppoaed to know that the story of the thePopes thePopes thePops
Popes Bull against the C Cnnet uuet 11el 1ha 1hafable ls a afable afable
fable on a par with tho famous Moon MoonHoax MoonHoax MoonHoax
Hoax HoaxBut HoaxBut HoaxBut
But now comas Rev J Stein S J In Ina Ina Ina
a forty page quarto issued ls ull by the Vati Vatican Vatican Vatican ¬
can Astronomical Observatory in which whichho whichho whIchhe
ho clearly shows that the laugh is really reallyon reallyon reallyon
on the historians and astronomers who whohave whohae whohave
have been blindly quoting the story one onefrom onefrom onefrom
from another without ever once taking takingthe takingthe takingthe
the trouble to examine the original docu document document documont ¬
ment in the Vatican archives whlcIr which are arenow aranOW arenow
now open to the world worldAccording worldAccording worldAccording
According to Dr Stein teln the story seems seemsto seemsto seemsto
to have started with Ith Platlna in j 1474 1474nearly 1174nearly fl74nearly
nearly twenty years ears after the publication publicationof
of the bull He had not been in Borne Borneat Romeat Borneat
at tho time and wrote merely merel from fromhearsay tromhearsay fromhearsay
hearsay as follows followsThen foHowsThen followsThen
Then there appeared for some days a ared nred ared
red comet which the mathematicians mathematicianssaid
said meant groat poet pos great famine and andsome andsome andsome
some great calamity cn nmlty Wherefore WhereforeCalixtus WhereforeCalixtus YherctoroCalbtus
Calixtus to appease the wrath of God Godhad Godhad Godhad
had processions organized for some days daysso daysso daysso
so that if over men evil were impending impendingthe Impendingthe Impendingthe
the great God might turn it altogether altogetherover altogetherover altogetherover
over the Turks tho enemies of the theChristian thoChristian theChristian
Christian name nameEmbclIIsaed namcEJDbelIlslIed nameEinbell1sed
EmbclIIsaed byLa Place PlaceThree PlaceT1 PlacetThree
Three T1 o centuries later the story was washighly washighly washighly
highly embellished by the astronomer La LaPlace LaPJace LaPiece
Place who wrote that tho Pope ordered orderedpublic orderedpublic orderedpublic
public prayers In which anathemas anathemaswere nnathemasworo anathemaswere
were leveled against the comet and the theTurk theTurk theTurk
Turk TurkSince TurkSince TurkSince
Since than the story stOI has been em embroidered embroidered embroidered ¬
broidered and embellished by a long list listof listof 1st 1stot
of scientists including such lights as asArago asArago asArago
Arago Babinet Vied Admiral Smyth SmythRobert SmthRobert SmythRobert
Robert Grant G F Chambers Presi President Presilent ¬
lent < White of Cornell Prof John JohnW JohnW JohnW
W Draper Flammarion and the Scien Selentlflc Scientific Scientific
tific American < September 26 1900 till It Itroads ItI Itreads
I roads like the story of the Three Black BlackCrows BlackI
Crows or the fables of Don Quixote QuixoteIn
I
r In their anxiety aft e to make the papacy papacyappear papacyapPoor papacyappear
appear ridiculous the scientists have havedrawn havedrawn havedrawn
drawn liberally on their imagination and andfallen andfallen andfallen
fallen into gravo errors both of history historyand historyand historyand
and astronomy aalron my For example exampleGrant oCampleGrant exampleGrant
Grant credits the bull to Calixtus II IIwho IIwho IIwho
who died more than 300 years ears before it itwaa ItVas itwas
Vas published Draper declares that thatby thatub thatby
ub by order of tho Pope Pope all tho church churchbells churchbells churchbells
bells of Europe wore rung to scare it itaway Itawa itaway
away awa C President White says aS Then Thentoo Thonwas ThentQo
too was Incorporated into tho litany Utanythe Utanythepleo the theplea theplea
plea < sic > From the Turk and the comet cometgood cometgOCMl cornetgood
good Lord deliver us Chambers de decIlJres declros j jClares
Clares cIlJres that the comet was sUll sUllotsIble sUllvlslblo i ivisible
visible when the battle of Belgrade Belgradewas Belgradewas Belgradewas
was won Contemporary authorities de declaro declaro dodare
claro dare that it had disappeared several severaldays severals severaldays
days s beforo the battle was fought foughtDates foughtDnte foughtDates
Dates Dnte All Vary VaryThe YnryTbe VaryThe
The Scientific American assures us that thatConstantinopte thatConstantinople thatConstantinople
Constantinople instead of Belgrade Belgradewas Belgradewas Belgradewas
was besieged by the Turks In 1456 And Andonly Andonly Andonly
only the other day Signor MHlesovlch MHlesovlchdirector llllIesolchdirector Millesovichdirector
director of the Collegio Romano in an anarticle anarticle anarticle
article on Halleys comet wrote liOn liOnAugu On OnAugust OnAugust
August Augu t 9 the great greatbatUe battle took place under underthe undolthe underthe
the walls aUs of Belgrade it lasted two days daysand daysand daysand
and in the Intervening Int rvenlng night Halleys Halleyscomet Halleyscomet Halleyscomet
comet was Wa shining As observed by pyRome byRome byRome
Rome the battle b ttle was fought not on onAugust onAugust
August 9 but on July 21 and 22 and nndas nndasalready andbasalready as asalready
already stated the comet had disap disappeared disappeared disappeared ¬
peared several days before even that thatearly thatearly thatearly
early date dteDr dateDr dateDr
Dr Stein declares that out of 101 folio foliovolumes folfovolumes folIovolumes
volumes preserved In the Vatican Vaticanarchives Vaticanarchlvos Vaticanarchives
archives relating to tho pontificate of ofCalixtus otCallxtus ofCalixtus
Calixtus nr thoro is not a single docu document document documeat ¬
ment containing contaInin the t1 e slightest allusion to tothe tothe tothe
the comet and the text of the au authentic authentic authentlc ¬
thentic bull of June 29 1456 furnishes the themost themost themost
most peremtory proof that the ordinances ordinancesprescribed ordinancesproscribed ordinancesprescribed
prescribed by the Pope have no connec connection connection connection ¬
tion whatever with the appearance of ofthe otthe ofthe
the comet cometKING cometKING cometKiNg
KING OF SERVIA HAS WOES fflOESSubjects WOESSubjects WOESSubjects
Subjects Refuse to Take Peter Se Seriously Seriously Seriously ¬
riously of Late LateHis LateIUs Lateills
His Minister Jlini ter Ix Called a 0 Flunky F ny in inRnaain inUusiu inRussia
Russia and NeTvspnpcra Mar Inr His HisRoyal HisRool illsRoyal
Royal Visit There ThereBelgrade TbereBolgrade ThereBelgrade
Belgrade April 2 2Peter Peter of ofScrvIas Servias am ambition am ambition ambition ¬
bition to be taken seriously as a regular regularKing regularKing i iKing
King continues to meet ill luck After he hehad heUdgot hehadgot
had Udgot got his is turbulent eldest son stowed stowedaway stowellaway stowedaway
away In a country garrison he set about aboutpreparing aboutpreparinG aboutpreparing
preparing Ills visiting cards for Qr a round roundof roundoC roundof
of calls at the European courts begin beginning beginnlng beginnlng ¬
nlng with Russia RU98IaBut But before he reached reachedSt reaclledStPetersburg reachedSt
St StPetersburg Petersburg his prospects oj social socialsuccess sociallJuccess socialsuccess
success were queered by his own resident residentminister residentminister residentminister
minister Mr Popovitch PopovitchWhen PopovltchWhen PopovitchWhen
When the Novoe Vremya Vrem a reporter went wentto wentto wentto
to the Servian s rvlan legation In St St Petersburg Petersburgto
to learn what Its preparations were forj forjPeters for forPeters forPoters
Peters arrival the door opener received receivedhim receIvedhim received1dm
him with a curt not at home Thej Thejreporter The Thereporter Thereporter
reporter reporter did not take this as a final an answer answer anSwer ¬
swer and asked to see the diplomat In Incharge Incharge j jcharge
charge Thereupon in his own words wordsan wordsan wordsan
an elderly person evidently evidenU r the chief chieflackey chletlacke chieflachoy
lackey lacke came forward and jerked out outYou outYou j jYou
You can see nobody nobodyTho nobodyThe j jThe
The reporters proceeded to lecture the theServian theSenIan theServian
Servian legation In employing so rude a achief achlot achief
chief flunky knowing all the while whJethat whJethatt that thatthe thatthe
the t e elderly person so described was the theminister tbeminister theminister
minister himself The other oth r papers join joined joined joined ¬
ed In and called for the punishment of ofthe otthe ofthe
the chief flunky doubtless doubtIess they t6c sug suggost sugg suggoat
goat g > t a hireling of the Austrian Achren Achrenthal Achrentha1 Achrenthai
thai who is standing between the Rus ilusclans Russians Russians ¬
sians and the real Servian minister and andthe andthe andthe
the little brother serfs The minister has hasnot hasnot hasnot
not ventured to ask the Russian foreign foreignoffice foreignoffiee foreignoffice
office to protect him from this attack attackaimed attachaimed attackaimed
aimed at him through his imaginary imaginarylackey Imagin Imaginarylackey y ylackey
lackey and Peters efforts at popularity popularityhave popularity p9pularltyhave popularityhave
have had to suffer sufferPastors sufferPnators suffera
a Pastors Wife Lectures Tonight TonlglitMm TonightMm roJ fght fghtMnr
Mm Mm U G B Pierre Pier wifa ol the T rastor ator stor of ofAll ofAU ofAll
All Souls Church will talk on Tho religious in instruction in6troct1cn initnictlcn ¬
struction to the young OUnI tordifafc
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Any Anyone one who has seen our broad showing of Mission 1v1 ssion Furniture will w 1l appreciate appreciatewhat appreciatewhat appreciatewhat
what splendid economies can be had this week when we mark very special re reduced reduced reJ ¬
J r1 duced prices on many oi aithe the handsomest pieces We must make makemore more room for sum summer summer sumc ¬
c jJ mer goods hence these closing out prices Regular prices and reduced prices show showhow showhow showl
jL f 11 rc Y how deeply we have cut Mission Furniture was never more popular and these theseare theseare theseJi
Ji l Ji 1 I 4a ii are fine types of genuine mission pieces at prices many dollars lower than regularly regularlycharged regularlycharged regularlyr
r = = charged Take advantage of these bargains bargainstomorroy tomorroy tomorroyJ450 tomorrOyz
z = = J450 450 Mission Arm 400 Mission Reception ReceptionRocker SOO Mission Library LibraryTable LibraryRocker LibraryRocker
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This Beautiful Bt > AuUful Mission Davenport has heavy oak frame frameIncludes 600 Mission M I 58 I on Armchair A rmc h a I 1 450 JO jgOO 600 Mission Settee 54 4GO 0 2600 600 6OOMisIon 6OOMisIonIn Mission Library LibraryTable LibraryIn
In early English finish Substantial sprIng upholstcrel 1000 Mission Armchair 3750 1 O Table 2100 loo looseat
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seat covered with a durable Imitation ot leather In the 1200 r oo Mission Armchair 90O p
soft green Spanish e1tect The price ivi Aa e4 2000 oo Mission Settee Settee517i 1 Stands StandsIncludles si5 si5Includes
Includes two pillows in the same cov coverings ¬ 26 00 ULJ q 1260 Mission 1 as I on Armchair A ArmchairlO50 rmc hi a r r lOJJO 00 1350 Mission CellarettellJO Cellaretteuroerlngs Ce1larettell5Oerings
erings 2000 Mission ArmchalrlCOO 2600 Mission Settee Settee80O015OO 82000 1500 Mission Cellarette1275
Enormous Orders for forMatthigs forMatthigst Mattiugs MattiugsEnable
t Enable Us to Quote the Lowest Prices PricesVe
4 4We
¼ We Ve Te buy three or four times as as s great a stock of Mattings as most mosti moststores
e I i stores and have them woven to our order in the Orient Buying direct directgives directgives directP
P gives us lower prices fresher stock and the th opportunity to undersell on onreliable onreliable onreliable
reliable grades grad s Select elect Mattings here and save money mone mone25c money25c
25c China Mattings at v 184c 18 c ydJ yd 38c Jap Matting variety of blue and green green28C
280 2 China Mattings at 21c yd ydJ32c d patterns also printed floral and par par24cvd par32c
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35c China Mattings at 26c yd 75c Jap Mattings well covered covered38C P P P28c
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38c China Mattings Iat ngs at 28c yd yd42c
42c China Mattings at y f lt lc yd ydiilvvvarp d 85 Ssc Jap J ape Matting wide assortment assortment of beautil beauti beautiful beautiful ¬
0 ful patterns including in eluding many striking strikingI f fnovelties
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5120 120 JaP Mattings beautiful be autiful silk in inserted inserted
soc White China Matting atting at 37c vd yd40c 92c
serted designs At yard yardVhite yard40C
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40c 150 Jap J ap1 Mattings lI a t hngs silk 51 lk inserted inserteddesigns mserte mserte32C inserted32c d
32c Jap J ape Matting in very attractive TtAf TtAfpatterns designs very rich and attractive attractiveYard attractivepatterns attractivepatterns 110
patterns At yard fC fC21c Yard YardWe YardWe <
We measure f for and d lay all floor fl coverings free f of f charge h
1 1Handsome
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Handsome Perambulator PerambulatorA PerambulatorI
A carriage in whIch you can take a alot alot
lot of prldca Hawood make Eng Eng11sh English
11sh Perambulator with heavy rub rubbertired rubbartIred
bertired wheels and andstr andstrapped
I str strapped pped gearing Low Lowpriced S 14 35
priced Indeed A at atA
ODD FELLOWS VISITATION VISITATIONGolden VISITATIONGolden VISITATIONGolden
Golden Rule Lodge Is Flourishing FlourishingAccording FlourIshingAccording FlourishingAccording
According to Reports ReportsGolden ReportsGolden ReportsGolden
Golden Rule Lodge No 21 I O O F Fheld Fheld Fheld
held its semiannual visitation March 29 9 9i
i 1910 the same being conducted by Grand GrandMaster Grnnd1Iast GrandMaster
Master 1Iast r Daniel A Doogan and his corps corpsof corpsof corpaof
of officers officersConductor officersConductor officersConductor
Conductor Legbetter LJbetter Warden farden Louk LoukVice LoukVlco LochVice
Vice Grand Hallbeck and Noble Grand GrandWillamette GrandWU1ameUe GrandWillamette
Willamette were examined by Grand GrandRepresentatives GrandRepresentatives GrandRepresentatives
Representatives Melan and Wood and andwere andwere nd ndwore
were found to be proficient In the secret secretwork secretwork secretwork
work The report read by Grand Treas Treasurer Tr Treasurer as asurer ¬
urer Hollyday showed the lodge to be In Ina ina Ina
a fine financial condition conditionVisitors conditionYlsltors conditionVisitors
Visitors from fourteen different lodges lodgeswere lodgesI lodgeswere
I were present Brief but Interesting re remarks reI remarks ¬
I marks were made by Grand Master Doo Doogan DooI Doogan ¬
I gan and Grand Representatives Melan Melanand Melani Melanand
i and Wood At the close of the cere ceremonies ceremonies ceremonies ¬
monies refreshments were served servedPLANS senedPLANS servedPLANS
PLANS FOE STATE RALLY RALLYLadles RALLYLndie RALIYLadles
Ladles of the Mnccnliecs of the theWorld theWorld theWorld
World Hold Rehearsal HelienrsalThe Rel1cnrsalThe RehearsalThe
The following officers of the Ladles of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Maccabees of the World met on onMarch onMarch onMarch
March 30 for rehearsal at Pythian p thlanTem thlanTempIe Tem Temple Ternplo ¬
pIe for the new work to be I put on onApril onAprlI onAprIl
April 19 at the the big State rally rallyMrs ral ralMrs rallyMrs
Mrs Sarah J Rlppen lady commander commanderMiss commanderMIss commanderMiss
Miss Edith Van Ness lieutenant com commander commander cornmender ¬
mander Mrs Carrie Watt past com commanderf commandert cornmanderf
manderf Mrs Daisy E Jeffrey official offlcLolprompter officL1lprompter officialprompter
prompter Mrs Helen Myers record recordkeeper recordlteepcr recordkeeper
keeper Mrs Martha Detwiler finance financeauditor financeuditor
auditor Mrs Emma McGlothlen chap chaplain chaplain chaplain ¬ II
lain Mrs Ada Payne sergeant Mrs MrsKate MrsIate MrsKate
Kate Battles ladyatarms Miss Ida IdaEdmlnster IdaEdminster IdaEdminster
Edminster sentinel Mrs Mary Shreve Shrevepicket Shrevepicket Shrovepicket
picket Mrs Mary L Patrick captain captainMrs captainMrs
i Mrs Georgia Myers pianist pianistDelegations pianisti pianistDelegations I
i Delegations of visitors are expected to tobe tobe I II
I be present from Maryland and Delaware I
1 1New
New Design Roadster RoadsterTills
This Is one of our very er smartest smartestnew smartestnew smartestnew
new carts The body bod is finished in inbrown Inbrown Inbrown
brown while the gearing Is a light lightstraw lightstraw lightstraw
straw color making a most attrac attractive attractive attractive ¬
tive color combina combination comblnaUon combination
tion Heavy rubber rubbertired rubbers rubbertired
tired wheels s finest finestworkmanship finestworkmanship S 13 65
workmanship m
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On Saturday evening March 26 2 d the past pastcommanders pastcommanders I
commanders of Columbia Hive No No3 No3gavo 3 3gave 3gave
gave a surprise party to Mrs Melva J JCaswell JCaswell JCaswell
Caswell State commander and presented presentedher presentedher presentedher
her with wlt wi4i a silver purse This hive Is Isnow Isnow Isnow
now the second largest hive In the Dis District DIstrict Distrlct ¬
trict They will hold a sock social April
12 at Pythian Temple TempleVictory TempleVictoI TempleVictory
Victory VictoI Hive No 12 Installed the fol following following 101lowing ¬
lowing officers Tuesday evening evenln March
29 at their new hall Fifth and G streets streetsnorthwest streetsnorthwest streetsnorthwest
northwest northwestMrs northwestMrs S SMrs
Mrs Caroline Anderson lady llid command commander ¬ I Ier
er Mrs lrs Ella Chapin lieutenant com commander commander cornmander ¬
mander Mrs Mrs Minnie Dunn past com commander commander cornmander ¬
mander Mrs KatherIne Cartner record recordkeeper recordkeeper recordkeeper
keeper Mrs Teresa Foster finance aud auditor audItor auditor ¬
itor Mrs Alice Crane official prompter prompterMrs prompter1Irs prompterMrs
Mrs Mary Mattlngly chaplain Mrs MrsAdolla MrsI MrsAdolla
I Adolla Ad Jla Mason sergeant Mrs Mary Beau Beallladyatarms Be Beauladyatarms ll llMrs
ladyatarms Mrs Ada Byrn sentinel sentinelMrs sentinelMrs sentinelMrs
Mrs Hannah Eberhardt picket Miss SI Sldonia SIdonia Sidonia
donia Dunn pianist Mrs Winifred Sav Savage Savage Sayage ¬
age color bearer No No1 1 Mrs Ella Coon Cooncolor Cooncolor Cooncolor
color bearer b arer No No2 No2Severnl 2 2Several 2Several
Several candidates were Initiated re refreshments refreshments refreshmonts ¬
freshments served and a n pleasant even evening evenIng evning ¬
ing spent Mrs Melva J Caswell State Statecommander State Statecommander Statecommander
commander acted as installing officer as assisted assisted assisteti ¬
sisted by Mrs Mary Holt as lady of ofceremonies ofceremonies ofceremonies
ceremonies This hive holds a bazaar bazaarnext bazaarnext bazaarnext
next Tuesday evening at Its hall hallFraternnl hallFraternnl hailFraternal
Fraternnl Society S clctT Entertains EntertainsThe EntertainsThe EntertainsThe
The hall of Camp No 10 Patriotic Or Order Order Order ¬
der of of t Americans was crowded with withmembers Withmembers withmembers
members and friends of the order last lastFriday InstFrIday lastFriday
Friday night the occasion being one of ofa ofa ofa
a series of entertainments entertainmentsunder under good of ofthe otthe ofthe
the order A fine musical musical and literary literaryprogramme literaryprogramme literaryprogramme
programme was rendered W V C Ship Shipman Shipman Shipman
man was the principal speaker of the theevening theevening theevening
evening At the conpluslon of the th pro programme programme programme ¬
gramme there were fraternal ongratu congratulations ongratulations ongratuJations ¬
lations and remarks by many of the thevisitors thevisitors thevisitors
visitors from he various camps after afterwhich aCterwhich afterwhich
which refreshments were served
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Rich Designs Designsin
in PARLOR PARLORROCKERS PARLORROCKERS
ROCKERS ROCKERSThis
This Parlor Rocker combines artistic artisticet artisticeffect
et effect > ct with comfort It Is one of the thelatest thelatest
latest stYles with silk plush loose cush cushIons cushIons
Ions We have many elegant desIgns desIgnsIn
In rockers and chairs for the parlor to toult toquit
quit ult all styles of furnishing In golden goldenbak goldenbak
bak mahogany and mission finish We Weotter Weoffer
otter this rocker knowing It will please pleaseand pleaseand
and lend an air of refine reftnement refinernent
ment to any parlor Price Pricefor
for design I chair or rocker in this thisdesign 9 65
One of ofRefrigerators e
Our OurRefrigerators
Refrigerators RefrigeratorsVill I IWill
Will be the especial pride of your yourkitchen yourkitchen yourkitchen
kitchen outfit Weve tested testedevery testedever testedevery
every ever style we sell by years of ofobservation ofobservation ofobservation
observation and big yearly sales salesand s salesand les lesand
and we know you cannot go goastray goastray goastray
astray in getting a Refrigerator Refrigeratorhere Refrigeratorhere Refrigeratorhere
here Its a great satisfaction to toown toown toown if
own a well w l made convenient convenienteasily convenienteasily convenienteasily
easily cleanable Refrigerator RefrigeratorAmong RefrigeratorAmong RefrigeratorAmong
Among other styles we have are arethe arethe arethe
the well known ALASKA fALASKAI ALASKAPrices ALASKPrices
I Prices as low as 675 6 5
SECOND DEATH IN CLUB CLUBExcelsior CLUBExcelsior CLUBExcelsior
Excelsior Members lake Suitable SnltnbleAction SnitubleAction SuitableAction
Action for Mrs r 31 1 C Dennett DennettThe DennettThe BennettThe
The Excelsior Literary Llterar Club CljIb met at the thehome thehome thehome
home of Mrs MrsJ J M Frear Tuesday March MarchD
1 29 D Mrs Foster Foster presented a a report of the themeeting th thmeeting themeeting
meeting of the Federated Womens Club ClubThe ClubThe ClubThe
The death of Mrs M C Bennett was an announced announced announced
nounced the second death In the club in inthree Inthree inthree
three weeks A committee consisting of ofMrs otIrs ofMrs
Mrs Irs Hawks and Mrs lrs McCreary was ap appointed appol1ted appointed ¬
pointed to draft suitable resolutions resolutionsMrs resolutionsMrs resolutionsMrs
Mrs Wood read an allnteresU interesting g paper on onProducts onProducts onProducts
Products and commerce of the Carib Caribbean Cnrlb1rean Caribbean ¬
bean Islands and Mrs Parker gave a ai agraphic agraphic
i graphic account of ofthe the habits of the men menand menand menan
and an woman of the West Indies Mrs MrsPepper MrsPepper MrsPepper
Pepper recited some personal incidents incidentson
on the Islands and told of a a visit to the thecaves thecaQS thecaves
caves of Bel Mar near Matanzas Mrs MrsChamberlain MrsChamberlaIn MrsChamberlain
Chamberlain spoke of tho government governmentand governmentand governmentand
and the results of colonization of the dif different different difbrent ¬
ferent islands in the group groupThe group groupThe gfoupThe
The musical part pad of ofthe the programme progr mme was wasfurnished wasfurnished wasfurnished
furnished by Mesdames Frear and Carr Carrat Carlat Carrat
at the piano and Mrs Benson soloist soloistThe soloistThe soloIstThe
The meetlngwas meeting was the regular re lar celebration celebrationof
of the annual past presidents presld nts day and andMrs and andMrs andMrs
Mrs Frear the first president of the thegjub theub theclub
club ub read Its history The club was wasorganized wasorganized wasorganized
organized October 18 1SS7 1SS7After 1857Atter S SAfter
After refreshments the club adjoprned adjoprnedto
to meet next Tuesday Tues ay April 5 at the theresidence theresidence theresidence
residence of Mrs Smith 1375 13 l37 5 B street streetsoutheast streetsoutheast streetsoutheast
southeast southeastPlniintnfT southeastPlanning
ft ftPlnllnlnK
Planning for Anniversary AnniversaryThe AnnheranryThe
The regular weekly burning of the thecouncil thecouncll thecouncil
council fire of Sioux Tribe No IS Im Improved Improved Improved
proved Order of Red Men last Tuesday TuesdayI Tuesdaynight Tuesdaynight
I night was an interesting event The Thecommittee Thecommittee Thecommittee
committee having in charge the arrange arrangeI arranSements arrangemonth
I ments for the public celebration of the thei theeighth theeighth
i eighth anniversary annlversnt of the tribe on Tues Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday
day AJHM Apr I > r 12 reported progress
TOLL OF ARCTIC SEAS SEASDcltna SEASDeltu8 SEASDeltus
Dcltna Maim Mnliii nlln Edwards Ready to toWrite torite toWrite
Write rite New Xc Dook DookAnnouncement DookAnnouncement BookAnnouncement
Announcement Is made by Messrs Messrs6enry MessrBletiry Messrs4enry
> 4enry 6enry Holt Co o of New York that thatthey thatthey thatthey
they have engaged Deltas Malm Maim raUh Edwards Edwardsto EdwardstOt Edwardstoiwrite
to tOt toiwrite write for them tlielJl The Toll of the Arc Arctic Arcttc Arctic ¬
tic Seas a book b ok which will 111 set forth forththe forththe forththe
the human side of arctic exploration explorationfrom exploraUonfrom explorationfrom
from the earliest expeditions e pedltlons to the dis discovery dlscoery die diecovery ¬
covery of tho pole poleThe poleThe poleThe
The book will tell of ta the heroism ad adventures adventures adventures ¬
ventures and tragedies In the battle of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the north the struggles of the explorers explorersthe explorersthe expiorersthe
the dangers passed the dally perils met metthe metthe metthe
the obstacles overcome overcomend 4nd nd thefortltuda thefortltudaeverywhere theortltudaeverywhere thoeforUtudoeverywhere
everywhere displayed dlsplaj d in the face of dis disaster disaster disaster ¬
aster that overwhelmed the t11 scores of ofmen otmen ofmen
men who lie buried in the frozen north northwith northwith northwith
with towers of ice as their only monu monuments monuments menuments ¬
ments While dealing with 1th the tragio tragioside tragioside tragiaside
side it also will picture the lighter life lifethe lifethe lifethe
the amusements of the hardy seamen seamenforced seamenorced seamenforced
forced to spend their thoJr winters impris imprisoned imprisoned Imprisoned ¬
oned in the Ice wIth wltn the temperature temperaturefrom temperaturefrom temperaturefrom
from 6 to 55 degrees below zero It will willgive w1l1give willgive
give a thorough insight into life among amongthe amongthe amongth
the th Eskimos of North America and andGreenland andGreenland andGreenland
Greenland their habits customs and su superstitions superstitions enperstitlons ¬
perstitions and the work will be accu accurate nccurate accurate ¬
rate historically historicallyMr hlslorlCftU hlslorlCftUMr
Mr Edwards has made a study of the thoarctic thearctic thearctic
arctic for ten t n years ears and has a a collection collectionof
of stories teeming with human interest interestand interestand Intcretand
and adventure that make fascinating fascinatingreading tasc1natingre3 fasdinatingreading
reading re3 < 1lng for young OUI1S and old Many of the thenarratives thenarratives thenarratives
narratives have been M obtained 4rom 4romjournals from fromjournals rom romjournals
journals and manuscripts published for forprivate forprlate forpriVate
private circulation and give true ac accdunts acc acc6unts
cdunts c unts related at first hand by men m n who whopassed whopassed r rpassed
passed through the thrilling experiences experiencesThe exptlrlencesThe experiencesThe
The book will be replete with illustra illustrations musuaUons Illusrations ¬
tions and maps and will make a com comprehensive comprehonstve cornprehonsive ¬
prehensive study of the north pole The Theauthor Theauthor Theauthor
author is busy at work on the manu manuscript manuscrIpt menuscript ¬
script and will have It In the hands of ofhis othIS ofhis
his publishers within a a few weeks

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