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I 24 TJESALT THE SALT LKE bAHEHERALD HERALD SUNDAY ikPRIL 19 1003 I I
Panama Pan i1 Project P jtt Offers Field for Speculation I
r i i L l rearing of O t tftrfiu through th thtocniejto tl tlI thI >
r I I tocniejto rucs of fIIo tb the Panama canal canaliy euaIh csas1hy
iy h r tIM th 1htIwa United States to 1 now w en enr en enr enI
r I lIg tic the attention attentl n of all those who whoi
u > i ievome I fonu beneficiaries beJ Maovfac
0 in almost every line of industry
f r ur4nging 1 rr nginvIUa vlth ft all others in the
a linc Un to fountain a system of
t 1 r s that wi ruinous
prevent Nveat ruaous com comn cornhfl
Il hfl n There will be sufficient work workr
r I 1 i without underbidding UlIdftobScldlll ubderbiddingfly
A lldly < ny delegations dele tl representing repre nUna mat matla
la tuters t u t r in various branches brane have
1 in li i aiy it Y been here consulting the plans
f tin h i Isthmian canal rnmmtoeiun
be ire Lr eomtiutlng COIII Uq Just what will be behC beI
hC < I how soon they dI can supply SU P7 It < t tn tnti
n nti 4 < i > i I wbt price The government is ispgiJd Ietl I Ipx
pgiJd px tl 1 d as certain certa l pay pa and no allow altowm allown1
m n1 need be made for losses Alt the theeta theeta theeta
eta i t for furnishing supplies will 11I be bemHetcd beurn beumjeted
mHetcd urn oietCd long IoJl before the necessity necessityri ty
ri rio ii4 for their use useM Ullefunbfora urnM
M funbfora inters nber of the recent t canal eommto eommtolon eoaamJsInn comrnIston
lon Relieve I It will ua be eighteen months monthsiefu mOfttbeIffo nOlth1WfIE
iefu e the th machinery JDaChl 17 of construction constructionan COflitI UCtIOfl UCtIOflan
an t loe e placed In motion Nothing Notht what whatvcr wbatfor whatr
vcr r can aD be done don at present nt except th thrf t ttertfctlon the theerttct
tertfctlon erttct rf ction of legal detalla necessary for forranuferring torranflten1q forraniitenjj
ranuferring the Panama property perty to toIK toht toL1
IK L1 United States after nor Colombia shall shallave 111111iiHe haIve
ave ve ratined the treaty treat When thto tb has hasteen buJt4tn baan
teen n accomplished the president det will will4flie 11I 11Ilet
let wme me seven men ID who will compose a aommlsaton aommlaoo aonunIo
ommlsaton to supervise the buUdt building of ofh otbt ofh
bt h canal The president t does do not aetJt cx cxct x xiect
iect Jt lt to name nam theM men until after he beurOll hetturaa
ct tturaa urns from his western ra trip early earl in
June JuneThe lun kaneThe
lunThe C
The next atep Ite will l be e for this com comnisalon eomn oemflhaalon
nisalon n to visit the Isthmus It of Panama Panamauid
uid inspect every foot of the canaj canajoute can canDute cawtloute
oute Then the work of the eenunto eenunton 8aam18dunw1l1
dunw1l1 so < < > n will be apportioned Such changes changesia chaD chaDIS
ia a are necessary in the French com companys eoaatny cornany ¬
panys any pu P p4ns > nswill will be made The com COmblulon cornhistlon
histiion will employ em pie additional en en enrlneer enfIner
fIner to supervise the work of con conItructlon eonItrucUolI contructioL
ItructlonThe ItrucUolIlbe Itructlon tructioLThe
The first work will be that of snails
Ion The cities of Colon and Panama Panamatill
till 111 be cleaned cleal ed and made healthful healthfulEvery healthfultvery
Every precaution known to modern modernKience IDOderDkience modernkicnee
Kience will ut be taken to prevent dis distase dIsJ dl dlS
S tase las from obUininp obUinln a foothold footholdit
J 4i it I t is I desired to organise 0 a working
aoIt 5 tompuny in tbe form of a great syn yn
lUate to contract with the government governmenttii
tii II build the entire canal This working workl worklompan
lompany ompan would sublet various features featuresf
tt f the work such as the excavating
S ihe Bohlo dam the locks and other ape speitaltles apelaitles pe pei
i italtles The subcontractors would be beresponsible ber beiponsjbie
r responsible to the working ork company companymd COmpannd
S nd tbe syndicate dtcate to the government governmentThis sovenunentThia governmentThIC
This to regarded as tbe most antis
factory method of pursuing the under undertaking uDderlaklnc underhtklng ¬
taking if thto plan cannot be made madeH madeeratlve madeperative
H eratlve > the government will make makering maketontracta
tuntracta direct with eompanl de deIlrlne doliring
Ilrlne ring to construct certain kinds of ofVoile ofurk oftnk I
Voile VoileThe urk urkThe tnkThe
The sum of tltMOMO II is available for fore
i 5 lse se e by b the oommiaaton ttOD whenever work workfc worklegina
fc k legina leginaIt > gjns gjnsIt gJn gJnI
It I t is estimated that twofifths of the theixcavatiiur theIxeavatlq theXcaVj
ixcavatiiur XcaVj baa already been completed
The machinery macl already in position 1t1on Is Isralued hi8lued Isatue4
ralued at over tlIMOM a This will he hemteased hOzwreaae
mteased zwreaae largely largelyContractors largely5ontraetois 17 17Contraetora I
Contractors naturally figure re that the thest theS I IlS
S lS st t of construction will far exceed the thetrvaent thereint
I
trvaent estimate of HttM6M0 a 1W Those Thosengagedin TheMngaced Thosengaged
ngagedin ngaced I manufacturing enterprises enterprisesiieve enterprllellIt1Ife enterprIsestilcve
It1Ife iieve that anywhere from fromwill e 2 fMftOM fMftOMo
o KtooMMM 300 will be distributed among amo I Ihlm
hem hemThe hlmTh hemTh
The Th dredging dn4ct Interests will all 11 hang hangKt bancogotther hangtther
ogotther < > Kt ther > The transportation lines linest IIDHDoth linesboth
t Doth > rail and water will surely urel agree agreen
> n a basis for bidding Those who fur fursi furIsh
si sh h cement franite rnnite Ite machinery and andumber andutiiber I
umber > r will probably agree on some somei
> i la < > n that will 111 prevent too strong comj COIII COIIIII cornttittofl
Mition ttittoflAtordlng II lion lionAiordln I IAffording
Affording Aiordln to the estimate more than
I HOW THE MONTHS AND DAYS DAYSRECEIVED DAYSS
S REC RECEIVED IVED THEIR NAMES
S
4
T i T is I aatonsjUns at how ajaay people in inI inIht
IT 1 I their Iht > lr everyday cansspoadeac arlhace make makuse IDktUle makeuee
use of the words September ber berIImbw October OctoberNovember OctoberNt
November Nt mbsr and nd December DeeeIa without giving givingu
u thought t to the apparent a pareDt contradiction contradictionin ODtlad1 < tIoD tIoDIn
in thu t h nameK nameKThi nataeti1lh2e 05iiThe
Thi The e people known that the first two twonlluljlea toII twollilLJlt5
nlluljlea II 1111 llilLJlt5 of tb these se four month montbmlIl names namesmMii nameIfltfl
mMii seven eight bt nine and t ten n reapec reapectiviy JetIpecY
tiviy tv y y Ytt t It never D ver occurs to them Ue why whye b bItmtwr
8 e ptmber Cor < or example ia I the ninth ninthoiuiu D1atb1lIlIth ninthninth
ninth when wcr Its name denotes that It ItlIllI1 ItU
oiuiu U U L to be the seventh eDth month monthWhy mootbhy monthhy
Why hy la i this thtoTThe th thTh thisI
The I I answer Itn to simple mpl enough enoughMf
Ill r > Mf Romans from whom the names of ofour
our 0 r months are derived originally orlctullyt began beganUiir begnhir
t Uiir year Wi with March b and numbered the theUK tbeJlltllllhi theI11UILII
Jlltllllhi UK m Hi after June fifth sixth and so on onup onLI
up in LI u December DeeeIatJae the th tenth month Later Laterliowver LateroIwiOr Laterwvr
liowver oIwiOr the Roman year ear was made to toinKin toIghi
inKin > 111 with wit January thus making the thejimntxT themIfltMr
jimntxT months misnomers misnomersThe mnome mnomeTIll misnomerSI
The SI U name January to Interesting IDtereat from fromth fromt
Sc th t h < t dymoJ tymoloffy jf unsoclaled aail latfd with it It Janus Janustiii JaDut JanusIIi
tiii t Ih Kud ud from whom the month took its itsiKiiiif ItsS
S iKiiiif 11 itm III was an old Komaa deity of begin beginJlltiK begin2fltik4
JlltiK JlltiKThe 1111 2fltik4S
S 1111The The Fh name Is connected Deeted with the Latin LatinVITI LaUnr1
VITI r1 janua IU5 a door and Janus was w the thewho theI
g I who presided over doors doo and and3fl open
11 3fl 111 IK a ald nil beginning tMwIn ftF Now as a every everyI door doorliikM doorIks
liikM I ks both ways out and in Janus Jan JanJprtlHnted was wasi
9 i presented p as a twoheaded deity deitysiiakiiiueare ftItyhakl dItySiakipesre
siiakiiiueare hakl e has famUtortoed us with this thtoin tbAllIk1 thisjdt
lIk1 in n hIs h sentence sentenceNow sentenceS
S Now uw by b twoheaded to Janus anu nature naturehnh DAturehth naturett
hnh tt h frnm framed d strange t fellows CHOW In her time timeJanuary timeJIII1Uiry timeJuiuary
January to iherefore the gate of tbe tbejrir theIruary I Ir
jrir r I Ihruary
Iruary < tiruarv being a month in which err certmi eerbill errS
S bill t t rlte rIteeet of > f pamflvatloa pat llltat were performed performedwts 1 1s
S wts s tailed t from tro the Latin word febru februn februIr
n t < > expiate ex exII expiatef
11 f t was alii natural that la early rl times the theiriiki theIrllk
1 iriiki rflk Romans should bould have ve given the then
n 11111 I in lb I of thlr great t war god to their theiritr
111 itr t month March Man la a sense senseS M Mt
w i S the t th hi founder feund r of f the race for he wall waariling walloInJing wasr
riling r ling to t legend UM > father of Romes Romesr RomesRomulus
1 1 otr r Romulus RomulusATit RotauIUliIr
ATit S Ir ri L the t he name 1Wpae ot our fourth month monthn ontb ontblInli
lInli > n m < s 4 trom rom the same word as our word wordMI wordt ord ordIrlont
MI Irlont t > rlent r it to tb the great t nontb of ofMtlntr ofwhen
Mtlntr when bfon tbe earth opens and soft softwhen softwbe rt rtj
j when wbe the buds open and all vegeta vegetat
S t ti hurtS into new Ute Oar word aper aperti prr prrt
ti t t n r comes 0 from fro the same Latin verb verbI
11 itiiitg flU I to open openMay opeLIty I
May the h month that Increases the th be beKMHHS be begriu
griu KMHHS 11111 of April Aprilthe the month of growth growthis KfUwtb1
is aluu a dk JlftI tl after M Main Ja the mother of Mer Merlit
S lit Ll 1 Mala 15 mean the Increaser aaer or the thehonored tbehllturtd theh
honored h ortd and Is aJUed Ji1 d to our word major majoriniiiinK majorIIhtzIIfl r ruknl
iniiiinK uknl createz createzJun etelo greatej
JUlie Jun j V l either eftb derived rived from Juno th thKrit the tbeIt
Krit It goddess wife of Jupiter and yuten jutenor u en enu
41 luavea Iaav or more probably from r rS rota the theniiiH
S niiiH 1111 Juntas a famous flUno Roman n family
iiiy Ld was oriftmaHy orl taally y called 314 QuIntUU QuIntUUh utnetllia utnetlliaIIDI
IIDI h III Quint Qulutus us V it being t In early times timestin timest
tl t tin Ii firth i Itt h month But ButIUUw Julius Caesar c th thureat tlad tladlC I
ureat r L K general u hflll ral who ha was also aom I6 mttbtnc mttbtncll thing thingo
o a I maibematlcUh and who had the thel tbelnt thepri
l lnt pri nie which shows Itself In I adeair n dl desire for foria tort forhun
S ia t hun IlII me changed ed th the name Qulnttiits to Ju Juthus ¬
lia 11 than uiUttng ft th the month after tter hi b his own ownriaiue 0 0rI1I1
riaiue aa 8 h bet waa wa born b In thbi month In Intin Int
t tin It tip set the th example eSMm to his successor aueresaorUKUHIUS IIUttSIIOIuitUiltua successorLUutU5
UKUHIUS Oseaajr eIIIU the first emperor peror of ofKme ufm ofrn
Kme m who named na what l8t bad b been n hither hltberi
S i to < > s So aiUs or the sixth month August Augustin I
in i nn 11 tor of himself August and July JulyUK JU141IT
UK U 1 tl 1 t only two months coming together togetherThai togetherthu el eltl1IIiVC
Thai tl1IIiVC uv eve tblrtyonr days cia eatn and nd it itii atIS itL
IS ii 1 11 n said that this wa wu arranged ana by byAURU b bu byugu
AURU u ugu u im hi who not to be outdone outdo by Ju Juliui JuJlu Juhu
Jlu liui i ted teetn an ettual number of days in inHIP Intll Inti
HIP ti n t nth whkh took his b name nameThe nameI namerht I
I The rht h of the months
t names are so con constant conaIt ¬
stant aIt yet thoughtlessly eel bytven bytvent by tver tverS tver1w ve veI
S < I 1w t it I it memo only right bt that people peopleuhoal IWOplebhul peoplehh
uhoal hh ui know something tbift of their history historyThe blHOIIll
The lit Nans IfIW 15 to t lru true rue of Of the days day of the theeek Ibek therk
eek k in this tit case ca however the names namesinoft DIDH11I names1I14t
inoft 11I > m IDetN me from Norse mythology and andnot andrn I
not > m th the Haitian gods though It is isinter I isI I
inter I t r 1111 UK u to t not the coincidences be betwef be1wi I
twef the th tWO tWOin twuIII twoH I i
in H firi firt rst t pia la th the two great reat lumln lumlnariec lumtnInl luminari
ariec Inl vc 1 v their W me s to the first two twonay twoI
t I nay ay i 5 r the t hr wee WttJ IU all ages men have baveth J I Ion
M on > < I the th he nun UIt athe h beneffeent bf ffent t pow4 pow4r pow1 pow1r f fr
r i Ir lV4 > r of Mttifraad Iiitasdt hsat So Ae Aefirst aer1rt
first v of the th weihM we week ba V bees ea gemrany gemranyall genersityunttuy
all 111 Sunday un lit < T Tilt RomaM faBId Uld K KMiit ttNIl ItSIi I
NIl > > > > I the > OH tIMytbQ 4if tJw sun In Anglo AngloSax Aj Ajix j
Sax ix ixtn x i la 1 1 Sunn Sunnthe d
t the tlt i thins I hili H Itl Itlt ItlJ
1 t tn tnT T J U n hs boss he eosM5
f 1f 1
AJjlL =
t SlkfluOOOO I1 will be expended ezpendedfor for forlI1aehO forlI1aehOf17 machin machinery machincry ¬
cry Modern American excavators and anddr and4Nd anddredges
dredges dr dg s will be substituted for those thocenow tbCMIeJlOW thosenow
now in use About twentyfour mile mileaof mileOf milesof
of the canal will be sea level This Thisalstar Tblsalat Thisclatar
alstar alat tnut be excavated by dredg dredgin d
1
in n < t tAl < n depth of f thirtyfive feet f et with withS Uh
S I 1 torn width of IM feet The rh equip equippinp equippifl I Ipin
pinp pin and setting settin up of a dredging plant pltintto
to perform this th enormous work is I Ismammoth a amammoth 1mammoth
mammoth undertaking In itself f The Thedredges TbedredIrN Thedredge
dredges and their machinery m l the thescows tb6aeow themows
scows the tackle tack and all the other par paraphernalia parapJterqaU parphOlflalIa ¬
aphernalia will supply ply abundant work workfor workfor ork orktor
for many IInesl IIII hues of ofnllfactlJlej ofnllfactlJlejI manufacture manufactureTemporary mgflufactVreTemporary
Temporary Tempo lodes must beconstrur beconstrured b tGDItru construtI 1 1It
I ed I at Colon to handle supplies lI pUea for tR tRcanal liicanal
canal The southern states will 01 tend tendhundred sendhundreI nd ndI I
hundred 01 aarcoes PCUd of lumber for thi thipuroojiA this thillpurPfU thispurpw
puroojiA Many vessels will m be em employed employed m mpJoy ¬
I ployed pJoy d In that work The trtfnsporta trtfnsportation I Itloo
tion tio of granite alone will require hun hundreds hundied I
died of shint The firms engaged in fl flhandlig j
I handliti freight by b water mat Tllt pre prepare i ipare
pare to care < for thousands tho of cargos cargosOne eaqo cargosOne > s sOne I
One of the At a Ot t contracts contrae must be beI bean f fan
an enormous electric el lighting plant plantThte pntT plantThbi
Thte T is I necessary IT In n order ord r that work workmay workbe workmay
I may be pushed Q ed night and day da Amen American Amfllrlcan Amencan ¬
can firm ftr making electric apparatus apparatuswill aratulw1U I
will have their hands un full with thin thinMitraet tbl thiscitract
Mitraet MitraetSteam citractSteam tract tractBt
Steam Bt am shovels will be required to do doall doall
all the excavating e avat1q along alon tb the upper upperlevels upperlevel upperlevels I
I levels of the canal The heavy bea rock rockwork JOkwork rockwork
work will necessitate the u use e of drills drillsblasting cIilIblalaUnc drillsblasting
blasting material donkey donke engines enginessteam enlin enlintam enginessteam
steam cranes structural iron work for forbridges i ibridges IbrtdKel
i bridges and other kinds of machinery machineryIn j jIn IIn
In building bDlleU the five great locks of the thecanal thecanal 1 1caul
canal hundreds of thousand of tons of ofcement j jcement Iment
cement ment will be used in the concrete ma masofiry maaofil maoiry
sofiry These locks will 111 a also lo require remilrcgreat requiregreat I Icreat
great quantities of hewn granite Spe Specml Pf Pfeial i icial
cial steel machinery must be devised devisedand devllltdad devisedand
and ad made for operating the lock I gate gateManufacturers pteaKaJlutaeturen gatesManufacturers
Manufacturers of specialties will willmake willmake willmake
make fortunes out of the Bohlo dam damThis j I
This U th the largest t dam ever fv r seriously seriouslysuggested rlouslyIlUnMted I Isuggested
suggested by engineers in the history historyof I Iof
j of 0 the world orld h will have a foundation foundationof I Iof Iof
of caissons sunk to a denth of mor morthan morthan i itban
than 125 feet by b the pneumatic process processFor prOteUFor pFOCCSSFor
For this purpose special machinery machinerymust matblneryIIUIIt machinerymust
must be made including great air airpressure airPrellllle airpressure
pressure plants In addition the cais caissons eas eas10M cassons ¬
sons must be made de The steel trust trustwill truatwill tniatwill
will have an opportunity to secure a abig abi abig
big bi sum of government money mpneyMany IDQ moneyMany U UMany
Many millions of dollars must t be ex expended fJptDded cxpended ¬
pended In clothing cSotl nc and feeding th tharmy tho thoarm tharmy >
army arm of workmen During Dun a period of offrom offrom offrom
from eight to twelve years 7 this will be bea bea bea
a continual source of revenue to manu manufacturers manufacturen menufacturens ¬
facturers Enormous quantities of ofcanned ofeanned ofcanned
canned goods and all kinds a of food sup supplies 8UlpUea supplies ¬
plies must be purchased in th t United UnitedStates United8tatH Unitedstates
States Certain forms of clothing clotb rub rubber rubber rubher ¬
ber goods and boots and shoes will be beneeded beneeded beneeded
needed Medicine Medkl e stores tor will give even eventhe eventbe eventhe
the druggists lat a chance to make money moneyout moneyout moneyout
out of the government governmentThe
The question of selecting labor bor has hasbeen haabeen hasbeen
been made easy by reservation re a In the thenew thenew thenew
new Immigration act and other ot laws lawspassed Ia lwspassed W WpuMd
passed at the late te session loa oT Wcongnes WcongnesThe congress congressThe consreTlao
The present impression Is that negroes negroesfrom nOHfrom negroesfrom
from Jamaica and other nearby sec sections sectlona seetiotta ¬
tions of the southern countries countrl will 111 be belargely bereel belargely
largely reel utilized as a they are acclimated acclimatedThe aecl acclimatedThe nated natedTbe
The president dent has not completed the thepersonnel tb tbperaonnel thepersonnel
personnel of the commission to super supervise supervise supervise ¬
vise construction He has at least lit fifteen ffteen litteen ¬
teen business men under consideration considerationThe
The law W provides that at least four of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the seven members of the commission commissionmust commissionmust mmluionmuat
must be engineers As A Admiral Walk Walker ¬
er 1 Is almost certain to be made head headof beadot headof
of the commission there will be places placesfor placestor placesfor
for but two business men after the thefour tbetour thetour
tour engineers have been selected selectedThe BelectedThe selectedThe
The salaries rtea of the commissioners commissionerswill comU MlOnera MlOnerawill
will be fixed by the president until such suchtime suchtime uchtime
time as congress e nTH shall name the amount amountto
to be paid It to expected that they theywill tbeywill theywill
will be given not less 1 than WOM m ON a ayear afar ayear
year far and the president of the commission commis commission ¬
sion wll probably receive more moreThe 1ftOftThe moepThe
The Panama railroad ral1 will came into intothe tntotbfo Intothe
the possession of the United Un States
measurer of time to man and hence has
been deemed worthy of the second place placein
in giving its name to the week daysThe days The
Roman called the second day of the theweek thtHk theweek
week Hk Lunae Dies DIS the day of the moon moonwhence Iftoonwhnce moonwhence
whence the French Lundl Monday Our Ourword Ourword Ourword
word and the German Montag nt are al almost alDtOet almost ¬
most alike alikeIn aJlIlfIn alikein
In Tuesday which the Romans called ned
Marta Die we have our first touch of
Teutonic mythology mtbol lr gy The Germans Germanswishing Gtrman8wtablD Germanswishing
wishing to name the days of the week weekafter weekafter f tk
after lter their tb r god a aM the Romans ROma had done donegave donef donegave
gave f to them the names na of thfi t th divinities divinitiesthat dIvInItiesthat > 1i 1ithat
that seemed to correspond most t nearly
to the Roman This identification among
different nations of deities with certain certainattributes certKlnattributes certaInattributes
attributes in common to 1 a very familiar familiarphenomenon familiarphenomenon
phenomenon The Germans bad a god of ofmartial ofmartial ofmartial
martial honor called flu and when hen they theycame thfYcat theyCame I
came into contact with the Romans and
found that the latter called eall one of tlu their thllrweek theirweek > ir irweek
week days Mantis Dies DI the day da or Mars Marsthey MarMthfY Marsthey
they called the same me day da Tlu a day in inhonor Inhonor Inhonor
honor of their sword god od TAu hence bfn our ourword ollrword otirword
word Tuesday Tuf1NI The French who ho follow followweek followw followweek
week w k days Martls IIan Dies the day of Mars MarsOdin MaraOdin MarsOdin
Odin or in AngloSaxon Woden has hasgiven baav hasgiven
given v n his bl name to the fourth day da d of the theweek thfWN theweek
week WN > k Wodens day Wednesday or orWednesday nrWfdnfllday orWednesday
Wednesday Our pronunciation of this thisword thisword thisword
word has to a certain extent obscured o ured its itsmeaning italDtanlnc itsmeaning
meaning Its spelling Ulnc ta a clearer indi indication Il1dlcation mdication ¬
cation of its origin Odin or Wodf n was wasthe wa watb wasthe
the tb supreme god of the northern races racesand raNllnd racesand
and nd It to strange that he was not identi identified IMnUfhd identlfled ¬
fled with the Roman Jupiter Bat because becausebe
be b was w supposed to have taught tauc t mort 1Donl 1Donltit mortslsthe Ia Iathe
the tit UM us of runes while ltlle Mewury 1I lCury th the Latin Latingod IaUnad Latingod
god ad Introduced the alphabet these two twocame tYOeamf twocame
came to be confu eonfissed ed The Roman Mer Mereuri YtrtU1t Mercurl
curl Dies c French MereredU Was as there therefore tbf tbffor therefore ¬
fore for translated into Wednesday Wodna WodnaTber
Tb Then r with Ith hi W magic hammer the theemblem th theemblem I IIIIIM
emblem IIIIM of the thunderbolts lt correspond corresponded ¬
ed In many ny respects to Jupiter r Joe Jovthe Joethe o oth
the th wielder of tile thunderbolt The Ger Germans Qr Qrmana Orrmans ¬
mans finding that the th Romans CAM the thefifth tMtlfth thefifth
fifth day of the week ffk J Jovill vta Dies 0 Joves Jovesday JOe JOeda Jovesday
day da called it Thors day ay whence our ourThursday ourTburllday ourThurday
Thursday The German Dormers tv tvmeans t tIDh timeans
means IDh JI the day of thunder tbuadThtlr Thor and andthunder
thundfr thund thunder r having the same IDe idea and der
Ivation IvatlenFriday j
Friday to nerhapa the most m t Interesting
day because beea of the superstition eon eonneoud conneet 011 011nectfd
neoud neet d with wft It most of which doubt tluubtlltls tluubtlltlsohttd doubtlcsoriginated lens lensoriginated
originated because of the crucifixion crucifixionwhich eruc1f1xlonwbleb crucifIxIonwhich
which occurred on o that day da It would be beInteresting b4ntemU beInteresting
Interesting ntemU to trace tbe connection COJ1 1on be betw between
tweeD tw en this t event and nd several of our mod moder mOlln modera
er era t superstitions for many oy things sup suppoa supposed up j
poa P d to be unlucky un luck owe their bad name IUUQetb naeU I Itb
tb U their association with the death of our ourLord ourLord
Lord Take for example the idea that it ItIa ItIs i ito
to unlucky for thirteen t sit down at attablj attabl attabl
tabl tablj together tO TJUs T 1a silly aUl superstition is isof aot isof
of course baaed on tbe Laat Supper Supperwhen Supprrwn Supperwhen
when Christ and his twelve disciples sat sattogether sattogether t ttGRether
together The occasion resulted ul dtsan dtsantrounly dlaalltrou disastrously
trounly trou ly fpr two of tile number umberfor for Christ ChristT Christwas I Iw
w was clUCltl < T and nd Jud Judas hanged ed himself him
The Idea was w no doubt fostered f by 1 1tb I >
the tb church ih U J j ring the he middle Iddl ages awl
Friday poscihl b1 cam into disreput ut with withthe witbthe
the ecclesIastic because b UJ8f of its u derive d rh
lion The Ti day was w sacred cr to Freya the
Norse goddess KOdd of love 10 oe and ad fecundity < undtty and andwas andW andwas
was W therefore called Frtas day Freye I IponounteCI
to pronounced Frta hence b Det our Friday rlday I
The Romans called the tb day after ar tbe tbegoddess thegoddess
goddess who ho seemed to have bav most in Ineoauaon incommon
common with ltb the Roman Venus I
It seem reasonable nabIe to suppose that thatthe thatth thatthe
the th Influence of tile Christian church in inearly Inearly
early rl times 11 would ouId be against this t rod 00 00of I
dee of sensuality the t most pagan of all
the deities In tact we know that t I IChallemacnl i irharteman
Charlemagne th the great champion of ofChrIstianity r j
Christianity Cb abolished the tb worship hlp of I
Freya and destroyed at MasjAeburg M rc in t tGermany t00naanJ
Germany the last of her temples tempteaSaturday tem templesSaturday =
Saturday if we Iro o bark to Roman Romantimes I I
times tI ought to be the most unlucky day
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for it wan 1a named after the planet Sat Saturn 8tuna Saturn ¬
urn an evil viI 11 ami malignant t planet pta whoa i iInfluer
Influer Influ a AHs 5 supposed au to make ke sour and andvindictive andvlDdI andvIndIctive
vindictive vlDdI < Ut > those thtt who hI were horn under
it A Roman poet tells t vm t p be h was rte steterrd 1 1tfrcd i
t tfrcd rrrd from starting on a Journey by the
f feet ct that It WBK w wa Saturdav BaturdavIn an exact rar rrslid J
slid to t the > modern supersitlon about Frl Frlday FrldR Friday
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to the 8cndmvian Bcandinavianttncr < 8aei M k which < h 4eepae 40e505to ems emsto
to be another name for Loki a venge ven ¬
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Hed ed hair has always been bet n held to indi indicate IndlI mdirate ¬
rate a quick temper but beyond that the thestudent thestqdents i iIItqd
student IItqd nt of tbe pat did didnot not go otlf or It they tbe tbedid
did they kept the result of their studies studiesto 8t1Id I Ito
to themselves Recently psychologists psychologistsand ll
and thinkers have been finding findl out many
interesting Intflretln things t n about the red haired hairedwoman halndwomanthe haIredwomanthe
woman womanthe the most interestIng ID ere tlnc if true bt
Ing I in that as a type she be was dying dytn out outnot
Another not her theory advanced by a learned learnedindicated learnedwMtPln learnedweteni
wMtPln ptbfells l wall that all blondn88
indicated disease and that the kind pro producing produring ¬
during duln < rid hair was the most malignant
All of this demonstrates < i surely that the thered thlored I Ired
red haired woman Is growing < in interest interestand Intfrefitand interestand
and Is being btln talked about whereas twen twenty tWtTlty twenty ¬
ty years ago a girl with red hair was con ¬
sidered ed severely aeflr lr handicapped in the race racematrimonial racematrimonial
matrimonial matrimonialAt
At t that time the golden halfeU hnIe Monde Mondewas blondw Hoodswas 1
was w admired to such an extent txr nt that about aboutevery abouteftlly aboutevery
every other otbfrwoman woman sought to gild her herlocks herlocks I
locks But the reaction was IU violent The Thebleached Th ThbleaebfYI Tlibleached
bleached head ad became a 1 blight and fim fimin nn u uIn I
in the chorus it was w wa irownel 1rw ti 1 upn Now Nowadays Nwadays ¬
adays the girl with 11 h designs upon the thefront 1 th thfroot h hfrott
front row lets her h r hair grow gro naturallyand naturally naturallyand j jaDd
and If nne lib possess IIOII a red crown she shefluffs shefluffs I Inuns
fluffs it out conspicuously and applies appliesconfidently appliesconfidently
I confidently for a place placeFor plattFor placeFor
For It to the tb stage that h has ha made the thefashion tbetaal thefashion
fashion On just an it makes many others It Itcame Itearns I IQIIUI
came about with the almost simultane simultaneous ¬ II I IQua
Qua success of two women stars sad the theappearance theappnrance theappearance
appearance in New York of ora a French Frenchvaudeville 1r Frenchvaudeville 1t I Ialngl1
vaudeville singer whose ee tacit were re a amost amost j
most brilliant red redUp redt redUp
Up t p to toUII this period decidedly red and an na naturally naturally ¬
turally red hair had not been deemed a acharm IiCba acharm
Cba charm in i the making of a heroine But Butnow Butnow
now it created attention Just an the thescrawney theerawnQ thescrawney
scrawney girl of ten years y a ago alf has be beeome bttla be0dm
eome ta the willowy wtlln type ty that U the correct correctthing ITtthlq correctthing
thing today so the t ned haired woman to tothe tathfo isthe
the acknowledged clmoJ ced tyne of beauty beautyIt beautIt
It to a fact said 14 a Broadway hair hairdresser
dresser d jtt that tbe fashion for red hair hairban hairbu haIrhas
ban a voiruX vogue UI at nreaent but I doubt If I It Itwill Itwill Itwill
will be a lasting la Unc one beyond say two twoeasmn twoseason
season seasonWhetever easmnWhatever 110
Whatever 110Wbattr may be the artistic fashion fashionof
of the moment and itd n no matter how it may mayhrins IDA IDAbrine maybring
brine money to our place we cannot helo helohaving helohavIng flo flohRvln
hRvln having our own ideas and we place fine finegoMen finegolden
golden hair first
Buy Your Childrens ChildrensHalt ChildrensMuslin ChildrensMuslin
Muslin and Lawn LawnBonnets LawnBonnets
Bonnets at atHalf atHalf
Half Price PriceA
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SEVERAL LOTS OF BABY BONNETS AND WASH WASHABLE WASHABLE WASHABLE ¬
ABLE CAPS WITH DAINTY LACE AND EKBROID EKBROIDKAY EKBROIDmY EMBROIDhRY
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Cotton Tape any anywidth an anywidtb 2c 2c2c
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Eureka Hooks and Eyes Eyesp Eyesper 3c 3c4c
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per paper paperPin NperPin paperPin
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Bone Hair Pins black shell shelland shelland
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A Fine Batiste Corset 01 made in Intull InThe InThefull tb tbfull
full straight front effect medium mediumlight IDftIliumUaht mediumlight
light colors lOl r pink blue and 39c 39 3Qr 3Qrwhite
white 8p SpecIal clal for Monday Monda MondaA MondayA f fA >
A Lightweight Corset in different differentiAlors dlttfrentoftlon differentiolore
iAlors made with a jllp Ip saC 59 fif
hip Special for Monday MondayA
A few corsets in broken size sf All In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the new xtwight front fronta and some someformerly BOnaef someformeiy
formerly f rmerh sold for H50 150 5 59 EZftf a
to be closed out for forA forA Wlr WlrA c
A Tap Girdle in pink blue and andwhite andwhit andwhite
white 1 Suitable for young you ladles ladlesRegular lad ladReular ladlesRegular
now Regular price prl 4c ac 5 5Uc > OC
But ul red hair and nd the lh reaLly reA1j guiti II goldti Viti < n 1IUilr flair nairarc flairare
are almost equally ua1ty ucan lk U ana u Ll l tewe e uaoii uaoiiwe ou
we 0 preier prel r tOe suiarn varon nairva woman in 1 un undouoteuiy undOUO undOtLOteoIy I
douoteuiy dOUO IY in II t4s v in u u uvr tr txpvrniKc t txpetueher CLIe wuh wuhher Wit Wither
her she I Is tily dl l pl Jllwly i < r i iways Iways
ways wnntii1 eatj i itflt a IlL < niK i i JOlt
FIiial 1 lOll uv uv1ni
1ni 10 red red Uairel woman may II be > f subtly I
fasmating faa toating and all n that out tnr tII t i hnr hnrdress htirtlrc5tr I
dCt4Sor dress r is t not apt to be impie tmpleNi tU with wiinher withher I
her cnarm or o n manner lOT lORe is always alwaysintensely alwaysUltEtulelY alwaysintEnsely
intensely in earnest as to the exact angle angleat
at wnicn w she wishes her hair and wnai wnaihr wr wrc wnaiPi I
hr will sn = h in i < it mi u nn a I M IM IMi I it
t i ntvr r tiy tI y i to > r rta11 nn with W 11 h it i r rhairtil rd rdhairci < I Ihair
hairtil hair woman as to what is I ttie t hf prnul ir < ail ailing ¬ I
ing style or what she should U naxv hay m the tneway theway
way of i arrangement < rt 8 She always knows knowsh k knowsleer lt
h her r own mind tnoruughiy and you tU cannot cannotchange vannotChange
change it itinner itUU itOtner
inner UU women the brown haired hal and andthe andtht andthe
the golden ldtn haired kind will ask asktiohi a UCalM suggestioiL UCalMt1onl
tiohi naturally as to to5 what is IB the pre prevailing pr prvalUnc prevalling ¬
vailing style and will welcome KUggtti KUggttitions 1 suggestiona UUttldons
dons as to any new ew fad that may IlY b be in invogue 10v tnvogue
vogue voguelied v f fRfC
lied hair in I apt to be artistic That is isIt Is IsIt IiIt
It U I fluffy tlur and easily eu11 controlled It ar arI 3rrance arranges
I ranges itself and even in n a rainstorm nJn torm it itI Itnever Itnever
I never hangs straight straightWomen straightWomen straightWomen
Women are coloring rolert their hair today todaymore todaymo todaymore
more mo than they ever t Vtl did before but they theyare tbyIl theyare
are Il not bleaching it It Every brown color coloring cOlOrI colorlug ¬
lug I that is used has a tinge of auburn In Init InIt InIt
it and some women Insist on having tOe tnwauburn tOeauburn
auburn predominate for the ib rea reason on that thatthis thatthis
this tourr t totti tJtto + of red in the hair light up the thekm thlllkin theskin
skin km and eyes e prettily prtttUyif If it is I not over overdone everdons ftr ftrdnnf ¬
done doneWomen
Women who wish I1th to have their hair hairturned balrtumfd hairturae4
turned to t the actual red r d ehade had > are many manybut man manbut manybut
but we do not encourage this Idea for forthe forthe forthe
the unnatural rtrt rfl hair b extremely 121 try tryinn tryInt trylag
inn to most faces und U except upon the thestage thfatact thestage
stage under the calcium it never can canpass canpa canpass
pass pa s as a natural naturt1l1owth growth
Thc brown shades juet Just uet touched with withred withred
red are on me contrary cofltrat very o uteutjut uteutjutanti ttut UtIU UtIUaDU u I Iand
and unpOMsibie am to dftecu Uett Mrs it lOUU lOUUAu ziXterMrs > u r l I
Atr Mrs Lanctry and other first Ira made int inthad tots totsshade atll atllhade
hade had of hair tasnionabie ta > Aloftabte just at t the un unthe time timeii
11 the I hI h gild gi 1rt hrarhf > d mitt wnst w tits ostnr iristnpLt4 I Iits
its iiovoli iiovoliIne 110 1t 1tAiw
Ine 1 ne trouble in produinic the color lor of ofnatural ornit ofnatural
natural nit Lural red to not in the hair lUwli but butin huttn butin
in the fact that nritn such hair Ir the tit skin skinl
Is l always aJa transparent th t the eye lashes Ia and andbrows andbrow andbrows
brows are an a ax exact match and ad even n the thecoloring lbelOlortnc thecoloring
coloring matter of the eyes is peculiar to toixj tot tothe
t the hi ixj ixjU t 1
U > e 1i ii i a great dial il < 11 of if theatrical h lttrlcal wrk workand wrkall1 wrkand
and I can tell you in it icu tontidvnoe untldnl that in inhalf Inhalt inhalf
half a acIOstn dozen new I theatrical ventures t nturta tor tornext torntxt fornext
next season the th leading woman womana womanachOlKn hats hatschosen haschosen
chosen to have red hair hairThere blAlrTbre haIrThere
There will be a rage for red haired he heroines htroIne herobes ¬
robes next season and a nd no doubt there therewill threw1U therewill
will be many discoveries an to the pe peculiar plcuUar peculiar ¬
culiar tenpeBtment that goes with tnt tntcomplexion this tblomplulon thiseompleIon
complexion I have heard it said Id that rtd rtdhaired rtdhaired redhaired
haired women are very fiery f1 n In temper temperand emperand mlNr mlNrand
and very taapertous aous pertnue but it is also said saidthat 8aldtltat saidihat
that they art rtf the most constant of wo women women wemen
men great t flirts but not to such an ex extent IXtent cxtent ¬
tent as to endanger their husbands hap happiness happiness ¬
piness pinessRed pin pinRfd pinessRed
Red haired women 0 are a of a very r nerv nervous neMou nrvous ¬
ous ou temperament perant and are z4i not Inclined to tocro1f 4ogrow togrow
grow fat They are apt to be rifted ftfd In Insome InSOIftf insome
some artistic Uc way but bu above all to t9 be beexcellent bfIeEMnt beexcellent
excellent manager mana The Tft bead dominate dominatetbc dominattllltbe
the heart to an n extent fx nt that make th rd rdhaired IfJdhaired yedhaired
haired woman mysterious to her admir admirers admtrony admirera ¬
ers They never quit understand her herI
I am not giving these t opinion as my myown m mown myown
own understand hut name time ago in inmy Intn Inmy
my tn study tud of coiffures olttu 1 came upon a achapter achapter 1 1ebaptn
chapter ebaptn devoted d otNt to the lb red haired women womenof 1 1ot
of history and these were some of th thfacts the thefacts I
facts cited citedThat citedThat 1
That the type Is growing < rarer there thereIs the I Il
Is l no doubt Just watch some day as a you ou
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JACKETS AND COATS COATSTake
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Silk Jackets 745 745Peau 75Peau 745Pesu
Peau de Sole Monte Carlo t wIth toe toecollars lace laceco laceI
I collars co or hip coats trimmed with tb ecru ecrulaoe ecrulace
I lace insertion insertionSilk iMerUoaSilk insertionSilk
Silk Jackets 1595 1595Pean 1595Peau 1595Peso
Peso d de do Sole four styles trimmed trimmedwith tm tmwltb trimmedwith
with self bends niching ruebl ornaments ornamentsor
or lace ae Insertion Another style ya of ofnavy ofnavy
navy blue taffeta made with double doublecapes dpublecapes hie hiepN I
capes pN and yoke oke braid trimmed trimmedPongee trimmedPongee I IPongee
Pongee Silk Coat Special
2250 2250White 2250White 2250S 2250WhIte
White taffeta silk lining Unl double doubleS doubleand
S i S Unes p5 and fancy Vandyke ndyn points piped pipedwith pipedwltb pipedwith
with pate blue taffeta handsome lace lacecollar laceeoUar lacecollar
collar collarThreeQuarter eoUarThrseQuarter C CThreeQuarter
ThreeQuarter Silk Coats CoatsSpecial CoatsSpecial CoitsSpecial
Special 2650 2650Made 2fi50IIJIde 2650Made
Made of best quality Peau de Sofa Solawith 8ot 8ot1th Sofawith
with 1th three circular capes CM braid braidtrimmed braidtrimmed braidtrimmed
trimmed yoke of black and white ap apChilds apJjUqe appiker
piker JjUqeChilds pikerChilds
Childs Silk Coats Worth
850 for 598 598One 5UtOne 598One
One style of taffeta taff blue mercer mercertoed merCftIatd mercerlard
toed sateen teen lined ecru lace la < e collar tbe tbeother tbeotbcr theother
other of Peau de Sole cream lr m or blue blueaateen bluet bluesateen
sateen t n Unia lining collar trimmed trlmm with withblack withblack Uta Utablack
black and white braid
Childs SI75 175 Reefer 125 125Broadcloth 125Broadcloth 125Broadcloth
Broadcloth all colors ages 2 to 14 14years 11tar 14years
years tar silk braid trimmed trimmediHilds tr1edSl1ilds trimmedQjiilds
iHilds Monte Carlo and In InlantsShort
Tints fantsShort Short Cloaks Worth WorthUp WorthUp WorthUpte
Up Upte te 395 for f i 245 245Childs 245bUds 245Childs
Childs Cloak lock of r fine cloth full pleat pleatMi phatfd
Mi U back all shades beautifully bt braid braidtrimmed braidtrtmmffi braidtrimmed
trimmed trimmedInfants trtmmffiInfants trimmedinfants
Infants cream Bedford cord Short ShortCloak 8hcltCloak ShortCloak
Cloak triple capes e p braid trimmed trimmedChilds trimmedChHdsResfer trimmedChildsReefer
Childs ChHdsResfer Reefer and Infants InfantsCloak InfantsClolk InfantsCloak
Cloak Worth 225 169 169Reefers 169RflftnI 169Reefers
Reefers three styles 1 made of fine finequality finqUllit finOqualit
quality iloth dot h ail colors beautifully beautifullytrimmed beuUfuUytrimmed beautifullytrimmed
trimmed with braid and some with in inlaid Inlaid iClaid ¬
laid straps strn of velvet lveL Ages 4 to 12 12years 12y 12IntanUl 12year
years yearsInfants y yearIpfants
Infants long Cloaks of Cream Bed Bedford B ai aiford siford ¬
ford cord braid trimmed capes capesC capesCild capesCkilds
C Cild Ckilds ilds s Silk Coats Worth Up
to 51000 1000 for 645 645Made 645Xde 645Mde
Made of Peau de Sole one style stylepleated stylepleated 18 18pkttd
pleated back ba k and front trimmed tr1 with withwide witbWiCh withwide
wide ecru la I ice e Ineerttee ages X 1 J S 4 4 4and
5 and C i The other a long ulster style stylean etylean stylean
an elegant l ut g gr garment rmt tlat it for children age sgeaS ac acS
a S 10 I II m and d 14 years Collar and andyoke II1dqke andyoke
yoke qke trimmed trlmnl with black and white whitebraid whitebraid bite bitebraid
braid anti ecru l lLce tcc inseruon
EXTRAORDINARY PRICING OF FINE WAISTS
SATEEN WAISTS WAISTSSpecial WAISTSSpecial WAISTSSpecial
Special Lot for 75c 75cAll 75cAll 75cAll
All black ana black with white polka polkadot polluidot polkadot
dot or stripe worth up to 915b 915bSpecial 1511Spacial 151 151Special
Special Lot for 135 135Black 135Black 135Iaek
Black Iaek mercerised tucked and hem hemstitched he11atltCbed heaistitched ¬
stitched aH over worth up to 521st 521stCOLORED I OCOLORED u uCOLORED
COLORED WAISTS WAISTSSpecial WAISTSSpecial WAISTSSpecial
Special Lot for 49c 49cMade 49cet 49cMade
Made ef splendid wash materials odds oddssad oddaaDd oddsand
sad ends worth up to fiOo fiOoV Sl SlIot 100e
V Iot e SpeciaLLot Specia t for 69c 69ctissgii 69cwortm Dc Dcot
tissgii aseortmewlf wortm of colored Ntll ging
hams lawns law oxfords dteyiott r rmadras ad adAn andmadras
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lied oxfords and fancy figured and andrtrip andnrlped andstriped
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and worth up to toSpecial 1 1Special 5225 5225Special
Special Lot for 169 169New 1G9New 109New
New waists wah t of medium Ium weight 1bt mereer mereerixed mereer1e4
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and worth up to aoaot aoaotBeutlful J30 J30me es esBeautiful
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any aD pessimistic thins to say about it itWe ItaM ItWe
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the work of t a lazy man
Big Glove Specials
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trimmed with fine lace and adjusted adjustedwtth adjuatNtwtth adjustedwith
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