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Tlftl HVSDAV AfiVKUTlKKK, OCTOBER 2, 210.
hort Tr Elementary Astronomy for Lit tle and Large Children. By Prof titer Cor.aghho. ill ( n 4 5 i kj . 7 ;:if :: j are vj1- I li.'j-j, 'ar a."- i f j o;i 'i ! a;',.';;'.'. re j : t- '. - f v I ;j;ir::. J;i;;j ': r - r.-ar t. ! V'. ; ! , () N ort tJt-1 u I ; . '' fj 'f t !!, :: I: be -,ei. f: ovjaily b" fi.uS'J. if ' it'.f-, t.'i'- I u v., if- (, j! you r-t!,- 'i.b.-r that ! j; ;;.!hi-r f a..-.?.. It ,.,, ''too'. oillf;.'' Tti Jo!t-j ig;M- for i 'tat. I.;- -A-.;j t,:;,- j .';,. .ay f J ii t. ri'!jj-'ti o'-r, .og again that he 1 are an ra'-o-r f;r!i!. '';;- i. If of Sag : t a r, r- : cft-fi 5 he ' ' M ; i K i,;.;.'-r." a fid another fa.ti? -;r :;,f be j J r. ) to ;,roior:g the ;.:, -j.... Jfcr:i.;i.-'. I toi-i bv it c-t of j ijc j ' ! " u wil; f,n J r '!i'r-f V, watch ! i .'-'-!: contt;:ia!iori,.fro;j1 ' , ;';.t. i i t' t!;j i.')- cr- ?v tli-r f i , q-i'-lioiiii: ' 1 j How tl'i th'ry h'ri-Ifi tv .'i.OVf- fff.-;; Lour ' ; to Lour? ' j How li tb-v .:?;; to riiOVfc fsoir; iiht i ' to J.:;rM? ' j JJo 1 hf- f;a.j !(.-, jj-rtaV, ;5i t ; dir ;..!: ? j ; l) any of ?h? -tari to r.','v ; ; f-;-' r thar; ot:.-r-? i j Arf th-f- ary that '; : -.t --:n to: move at i to r,i-ht, -,J. , t ii .' :. X.-vr - : w -!'- a: .'- t. ;;;i'Or t i?.-- t.;- SOTIJE CONSTELLATIOKS IN VIEW NO. H. (7 STAR MAP, NO. I. K3o,i.- T:.at '- , r,-s ; T T;-it!-. :o:.!- tin; j.;f-f-e w-,,u! a I curtain Jia-1 ''-- ui1 t ' ! i.o: . .. -r .. Through Tiie Al vertist-r, a few eas-y, will bo in the .ltin in wliicii they are .laiiif.! later in th? year. For vera! j "You hiv Ua-l y...ur X . I set-n in the t-VfCii:" of that mouth A i months, however, the I'y.z Dir-t'tr is not . pail the lunch--Aa rn: fxcurMon, into star lana will be maao . r.ne llr.iWn j,,,, touoi,!n2 the lower 'si.le ! vUible here, so that it i w-1! to i-am ,irf iurinsr the eomin year, to which the 0f t!lf. inner .-ireie will then reureseur I how to find the Xorth .Star bv- tnearii of j jrowsv ett-t u-ho.il chil.lren ..f the Territory, anl as the horizon, -r line where sea and sky j .'assioeia and the K"ie Dit-tr. -h'm-d fort;,. a S 'ol fei;w and .'.'' us T Ley Ve-. i ;.:T:ew Ve-.' uiarmared the r. lie ?: beli- HEINZ'S India Relish Baked Beans Tomato Ketchup Apple Butter ABSOLUTELY PURE 1 1 o A suggestion from emons the famous "57" Your Grocer Has Them any of their elders as may wish to , will be ino-t cordially invited The ay will be made as clear as possible, ad it is hoped that scenes of the great- t beautv and interest will be opened i to all who choose to follow the paths inted out. If any wish to send in uestions. thev will be answered, as far j iiii'ir-i iit'ruiiT; I Map I, herewith, shows the constel lations around the Xorth Star. Turn the S.ircie so uiai, .lie wu;u otiuuci would meet, arid you will see that the ; In Map II. you wiil find tic " 1 iii.oer,' ' wii'eh is a part of the j lations visible in the west dttri "Great Bear."' is not visible during the i evenings of October. The middk -.t the ( tetoiier evening. ' 'assiopeia, however, is ea?y to tiiel. a little to the east of north, and about one-third of the way v. 1 from the horizon, to the zenith or the point directly above our heads. A little lower than Cassiopeia, and a little to the west, the North Star will be found, and a little careful searching, on clear evenings, wiil re eal the Little Bear, or "Little Dipper." Those who live as far north as San Francisco can usually find the Xorth Star by means of the bottom, and the constellations ar.ve -i-ag New. otre year; ago there was a tr.i; for murder in I:--&e1 is which the evidence was of the map will be almost due west dur ing the whole of the month, and all of tne consteuations ougn: io t.e very ea-y ; -- L j to find. The dotted line on the mapsjrhat the judge stopped the ease aad are put in only as aids to the memory, j directed the jury to return a verdict' and are not intended to show either the . of "nor. guilty.'" A weli-knowa law boundaries of the constellations, or the Iyer, however, who wi-Led t? do some shapes of the animals whose names j thing for the fee he had received for thev bear. If von will study the out-i the defence, claimed the privilege of lines formed for a few in. the addressing th light, and then go outside-, ir will not ' with pleasure. 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