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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 20, 1920.
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NEW YORK. Oct. It). Orcaniz-d
search for the wHI advertised but un
dscovered "ml!lnK link" th re
mains of near-man Is to be carried
for five period beflnnlnff next 1'eb
runry. An expedition financed by ft
$-."iO.O00 fund will penetrate remote re
gion, even if It fails to unrover rem
linntii nf mun' rurln nrp - h t st nr tp fore
bear, It is planned to brlnR bark to
New York "the srreatet natural his
tory collection th world has ever
Been."
Th American lltjseum of Natural
History, tvhlcil Is sponsoring; the ex
plorations, announced today Its asso
ciates are the American Asiatic so
ciety and the Maxazlrte. These three
will finance the exploration with the
be'p of private contributions by Mr.
William Strausht. J. I. Morgan, Geo.
V. linker. Child Flick, W. A. Ilarrl
man and Mr, and M-s. Charles I Pern
helmer. Huntsmen and cowboys, as well as
erudite professors and scientists, will
be Included In the r-irty, for it is now
planned to trail some of the wildest
wild animals in the world in the Gobi
tlo?crt nii'l brinif thrm back to New
York alive. Antelopes that can run
hi) tniW, wild lioren with less speed
but more control In their kicking ap
paratus, iind wild camels, wild asses
and lonK-naired Users ran be run down
in motor cars, lassoed by Mongol cow
boys Mid some of the specimens
broucht back alive to the New York
ZooWual park, said the statement an
nouncing the exploration.
On the Tibetan steppes are enor
mous yak. snow leopards. Riant pan
das rind beautiful RoUIen monkeys with
blue upturned noses, the statement con
tinued. In Chir.a 's the takln, a crea
ture with a veritable "golden fleece,"
a stranse ox-like animal that roams
the highest mountain valleys and ac
tually represent' an intermediate stage
between tn nnVMon and the Roat.
't is the hope of finding bones of
nre-hlstorlc ancestor of man. how
ever, that is held highest , by Koy
Chapman Andrews, associate curator
of mammals In the American Musejim
Of Natural History, who will be in
charge of th the expedition, and his
associates. The party will have its
headquarter in I'ckin.
In ISJl a Dutch army surgeon, while
excavating1 for fossils in central Java,
discovered part of a akull. two molar
teeth and a thigh bone, and thereby
"unearthed one of the most perplexing
conundrums in the study of human
ancestry." said the .statement. "Were
the remain those of an extremely
early typa of pre-human man-like
animals'.'" If so it must have lived
approximately r.oO.fOO years ago.
With the exception of J.iva speci
mens all fossil human fragments were
found in continental Kurope or Kns-,
land. Xeverthe'jsf. leading scientists
of the day believe That "Asia was the
early home of the human race and
that whatever li&ht may be thrown on
the origin of man will come from the
great central Asian plateau."
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WILSON CONFIRMS SENTENCE
WASHINGTON. Oct 10. President
Wilson has confirmed the sentence of
dismissal from service and firtpfii
vea.rn' imnrisonment at hard labor, im
nosed by court martial 'upon Second
Lieutenant John O. Gottenkiene. of the
Fifth Field Artillery. The officer was
convicted of deserting his command at
Neuhausel. Germany, in June. 1 1919.
after embezzling $30,051 of military
funds.
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THE SPEED BOYS
Still Huck "Man. I tell you I'm the
fastest guy on record. Many a time
I've outrun a bullet for four miles and
got away from it clean."
Civvy Again "Call that speed?
Shucks. I can turn out th' electric
lights and be in bed before the room is
dark." American Legion Weekly.
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NKW YORK, Oct. 19. A joint state
ment by "over one hundred representa
tive men and women who have usually
supported the Republican or Progress-
to vote for Cox and r.oowevelt and
those senatorial candidates "who stand
honestly and frankly for ratification of
the treaty and adherence to the
loague," was made public tonight by
Hamilton Holt, magazine editor.
This statement set forth that -'It is
now too lato to talk of a new associa
tion of nations, to be created under
Republican auspices' and, repudiating"
the present Republican leadership that
"has permitted Tie Republican party to
become a little America party,", urged
all Republicans and Progressives to
"put patriotism above party" and add
their names to the list of signers.
This list, according to Mr. Holt, is
increasing daily. An analysis said that
it included ir Republican officers of
the League to Enforce Peace; clergy
men representing all the principal de
nominations; the presidents of Oberlin,
Vassar, Smith, 'Bryn Mawr and Mount
Holyoke colleges; several veterans of
the great war and nine former Repub
lican or Pretressive party managers
and officers.
In the last classification were listed
Charles P. Howland, New York; Violet
if. LeRoy, New York; Theodore Mar
burg. Baltimore; W. II. Nichols, Ben
nington. Vt.: Herbert Tarsons, New
York: Ellas D. Salisbury, Indianapolis;
Edwn IV Slosson. New York; Richard
Welling. New York and Alice White,
We'kiicy, Mass.
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HO IKES PLEA
WEEKLY PRODUCTION
OF BITUMINOUS COAL
IS 12,000,000 TONS
Republican A. P. Leased Wire
WASHINGTON. Dct. 19. Bitumi
nous coal production has reached the
12,000.o00-ton weekly total which
National Coal association recently
the
de
clared was necessary to insure against
any shortage of the winter supply.
The gealogical survey announced
that the output during the week ended
October 9 -was 12,05.000 tons, an in
crease of 06.CJ0 tons' over production
the week bef oi c.
Total production of anthracite coal
for the week ended October 9 was es
timated at 1,847,000 net tons, as com
pared with 1,804.000 tons for the pre
ceding week. Shipments were report
ed to have been the largest since July.
A total of 1.283,000 tons of bitumin
ous coal was dumped at tidewater piers
for the week ended October 10, the re
port showed. Exports were 615,000
tons, a slight ds.roase. but there was
an increase in the tonnage for bunker
and other accounts.
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DENVER, Colo., Oct. 19. Before an
audienre that filled the new nubile
market building here last night, Wm.
G. McAdoo made a plea for the league
of nations. One of the important
points regarding the league that had
been overlooked by a great many per
sons was the effect it would have on
world finances and world economy, he
said.
"The countries of Europe are under
a severe strain as the result of the
war and some of them may not be able
to stand the burdens that have been
placed upon them, if the old system is
maintained, if it remains necessary to
maintain big armies and heavy arma
ment." said Mr. McAdoo.
Declaring that the Republican party
should "adopt the sand crab as the
party emblem," Mr. McAdoo. assailed
Senator Harding's expressions on jthe
league.
The former secretary of the treas
ury scored the Esch-Cummlns railroad
bill as a "reactionary" measure under
which the government has been forced
to pay to "private corporations" 1600,
000.000 in the" first six months of pri
vate ownership.
The Esch-Cummlns bill was com-
; pared to the federal reserve banking
system law, which Mr. McAdoo termea
progressive Democratic legislation.
Mr. McAdoo closed his address with
a plea to women voters to support the
league of nations as an anti-war
agreement.
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HOT
Jim: My pinchers are mad today.
Dick: How's that?
Jim: Why, I left them In front of a
fire and they lost their temper. Boy's
Life.
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and an opportunity to purchase
them at prices within reach of
everyone.
These models are from leading New York makers
and typify the utmost in smart style individuality.
In this assortment are hats for every need and oc
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models, some with soft crushy brims and others in tan
styles, so very youthful and becoming to the young miss.
Then of course there are other styles without num
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