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6 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH THURSDAY SEPT 2 1909
NORTH POLE IS REACHED AT LAST
WOULD PUT END ENDTO ENDTo
TO ARCTIC FAD FADRear
Rear Admiral Melville Says SaysThis SaysThis
This Would Be One Result Resultof
of Discovery DiscoveryPhiladelphia DiscoveryPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Sept IRear Admiral AdmiralGNJrge AdmiralGeorge
George ZV V Melville U S N retiredwho retired retiredwho
who conducted Meverai eCpedltions expeditions into illttip intotle
tip Arctic regions was Inclined to discredit dis disredlt
credit < the report from Copenhagen that thatth thatth
th North orth Pole had been discovered by
Dr Cook CookI
1 did not know that Dr Cook had hadan hadan
an outfit available for that purpose purposehr I
he said and I dont think the report reportcan reportcan
can be true Dr Cook hu been wan wandrrlng w an andrring
drrlng in those parts for some time timeIt timeIt
It is Just possible that the story eman emanatrd emanated
atrd from some Danish skipper who has hasjust hasjust
just returned from the north northWhen northWhen
When asked what would be the value valueof
of the discovery If the authenticity of ofthe ofthe
the report was confirmed Admiral AdmirallIflville AdmiralMelville
Melville said sJldFor saidFor
For one thing It would put an end endto endto
to the Arctic fad The only use to towhich towhich
which the discovery could be put putwould putwould
would be of 8 scientific nature natureDR natureDR
DR COOKS OWN STORY OF OFTRIP OFTRIP
TRIP TO THE NORTH POLE POLEContinued POLEContinued
Continued from Page 1 1up 1VP
up in our snow houses eating dried beef beeft3l1ow beeftallow
tallow and drinking hot tea there were weref
f me animal comforts occasionally to be begained begained
gained gainedFor gainedFor
For several days after sight of known knownland knownland
land was lost the overcast sky prevented preventeda
a as 1 accurate determination of our positions posi positions
tions On March 30 the horizon was partly partlycleared partlycleared
cleared and new land was di discovered Our Ouro Ourobservations
o observations > gave our position as lati latitude latitude
tude 141 longitude 8136 There was ur urgent urgent
gent need of rapid advance Our maiD maiDmission mainmission
mission did not permit a detour for the theurpose thepurpose
purpose of exploring the oaat coa t Here we weM wesaw
M saw W the last signs of solid earth beyond 00 00yond
yond there was nothing stable to be beeern beeecn
eern eernWe We advanced steadily over the themonotony themonotony
monotony of the moving sea lee and now nowfund nowSound
fund ourselves beyond the range of the theblew jill jilllIfenelther 11 11lifeneither
lIfenelther footprints of bears nor the theJJ
blew JJ w holes of seals were Been Even the theJTiro themicroscopic
JTiro microscopic copic creatures of the deep were no nolonger nolonger
longer under us Tile maddening infiu infiuena lnfluen
ena en a of the shifting deeert of frost fro t became becamealmost becamealmost
almost unendurable In the dally routineThe routine routineThc
Thc surface of the pack offered less and andIfs andlc
Ifs lc ss trouble and the weather Improvedlllt Improved
lllt there still remained the lifesapping lifesappingWi1d lifesappingwad
wad which drove despair to I Its I lowest lowestre
re i f e SS SSExtreme SSExtreme
Extreme cold compelled physical ac actlcn actcn
tlcn Thus day after day our weary wearykgS wearylegs
legs spread over big distances Incidents Incidentsand
and positions were recorded but adven adventurB adventure
turB was promptly forgotten In the next nexttl
tl tYs effor efforts l The night of April 7 was wastritd wasiradc
tritd noticeable by seeing the sun at atInidnlght atundrt
Inidnlght over the north ice Sunburns Sunburnsunl
undrt unl frost bites bitesElnle now were recorded o on the thesam
sam da day but the doubJedays glitter In IntlSfd infused
fused quite an Incentive Into ones life lifef lifeof
of f shivers Our observation on April 6 6Iltd 6ltd
ltd the camp In latitude 8836 longi longiHde longltnde
Hde II2 i12In II2In
° In spite of what seemed long marches marchesadva marchesv
v adva coo but little littlework over a hundred hundredrun e
run c luclJ of our work was lost In clr clrCuihus irr
Cuihus ru ± h us twists around troublesome p pFi pres pressure
Fi sure lines and high Ice fields A very old oldI
I t drift too was driving eastward a with withsllrfilient h hsurfllent
ea
sllrfilient force to give BOme anxiety e anxietyI Al AlItongl
I Itongl ugh still equal to about fifteen miles milesy
ci iV y the extended marches and the long longjours longinurs
jours for traveling witlt which fortune fortunefVtord fortunef
f fVtord av red us earlier were no longer possible po88lblewer I
We were now about 1100m miles il esu from from the the thefJP
pole and sledge loads were w wt1 reduced One Onedg
dg t1 g after another went into stomachs of oftr oft I
tr t hungry hungrye hungrysurvivors survivors until the teams teamsurl r
diminished In number
w url rconsiderably rconsiderablytut e on lderably
tut 1 > lt t11 here seemed to remain a sufficient sufficienttlau sufficientblanr
tlau for man and brute to push along alongrt
rt the heart of the mystery to which whichV
V wa had set et our ourselves ourselvesI hes hesOn
I r On Apri121 April 21 we had reached
89 degrees 59 minutes 46 sec seconds seconds
onds The pole was in sight sightWe sightWe
We covered the remaining 14 14seconds 14seconds
seconds and made a few final finalobservations finalobservations
observations I told Ttukish Ttukishook i iook
ook and Ahwelsh the accom accompanying accompanying
panying Eskimos that we had hadreahed hadreached
reached the great nail Ev Everywhere Everywheree
erywhere we turned was south southWith southWith
With a single step we could couldpass couldpass
pass from one side of the earth earthto
to the other from midday to tomidnight tomidnight
midnight At last the flag flagfloated flagfloated
floated to the breezes at the thepole thepole
pole It was April 21 1908 1908The 1908The
The temperature was minus 38 38centigrade 38centigrade
centigrade barometer 2983 2983latitude 2983late
latitude late tude 90 as for longitude it itwas itwas
was nothing nothingAlthough nothingAlthough
Although crazy with joy our spirits spirits11fgan spiritsbegan
began to undergo a feeling of wean weanT1f wearr
T1f r cs Next day after tak taking all our ourlsrvation ourcisnations
lsrvation a sentiment 01 Intense lntenhtude Intenseelitucle
htude penetrated UtI while we looked 10000at
at th horizon Wu It possible that thattlJi thatthi
tlJi desolate region without a patch patchrf
rf i arth had arou aroused ed the ambition ofn of
> n 1 many men for 110 many centuries centuriesThfre centuriesThere
There was no ground only an Immensi Immensity
ty or dazzling white snow no Jiving be beng being
ing ng nn point to break the frightful frightful1rrnftony frightfullrrnotony
1rrnftony 1rrnftonyOn
On April 23 3 we started on our re return return
turn turnHOW turnHOW
HOW HE WOULD HAVE SPLIT SPLITWUlhlncton SPLITWashington
Washington Star StarHumfr StarHomer
Homer Cummings the Connecticut Connecticutnembfr Connecticutmember
member of the Democratic national com comD
D ttlf tt e Who Was In charge of the eastern easternnlOakers easternt
t nlOakers p akers bureau In the 1M campaign Is Isa Isa
a rattling good story teller and one day dayat daYat
at the Hoffman hou house e with Senator Cul Cultrsm Culh
h trsm rsun Colonel Johnston of the Houston Houstonpost HoustonPost
post Representative John Wesley Gaines GainesIf
of If Tennessee and several other welltold well wellknown
known Democrats as listeners listenersIn he told of ofiI
iI Celtic dtl Democratsof friend f fcame of his In Stamford who whoamp
amp to him some Years before In a pros presidpntial prosi
i idpntial 1 ntial campaign and said saidH saidHomer
Homer H mer Im going oing to try voting the theHrpublican theItepublican
Hrpublican tlck ticket < t this year yearpll yearWell
Well pll now thats a surprise Jerry for torI
I thought you were a rockribbed Demo Democrat Democrat
crat said Cummings CummingsAnd
And I am said Jerry but I like Jim Jimtalne JimBlaine
Blaine talne for hes part Irish 80 I want to todr todr
dr what I can for him Im going to vote votefor votefur
for Blaine all right but whi whisper per 118 he hegot begot
got dose to Mr Cummlnp mmif ear Im goin gointo
to cut the dhovle d vule o oFLOATING out of LotJan LotJanFLOATING Lgs
FLOATING A VOICELondon VOICE VOICELondon
London Chronicle ChronicleFloating ChronicleFloating
Floating a YOU young 8 ladys voice as a alimitedliability s slimitedliability
limitedliability company BOunds some IIOmewhat somewhat
what Gllbertian yet it has actually actuallybeen actuallybeen
been done In Au Australia traUa A syndicate syndicatewith syndicatewith
with 8 capital of fnOOO In 1 shares shareshas shareshas
has been formed to send a young lady ladywith ladywith
with a remarkable voice to be trained tramedby trainedby
She has hasentered hasentered
by Mme Marchelil In Paris
to on onl1er onher
entered Into an engagement give
her return a series of col1 concerts erts in the theprinripal theprincipal
principal AU8traUan cities under the di direction direction
rection of the syndicate whose members mpmbprshope membershype
hope and expect in this way to get their thfirpltal theircapital
capital pltal back plus a substantial dii diidend dividend
dend
COOK BACKERS BACKERSHAVE BACKERSHAVE
HAVE NO WORD WORDLast
Last Info Information mation From Explor Explorer
er Was Received in inr IllMarch
r M March alCh 1908 1908New
New York Sept IDr Roswell O OStebbins 0Stebbins
Stebbins chairman of the committee committethat committeethat
that organized the relief expedition sent sentout sentout
out for Dr Cook said today that no nonews nonews
news of any kind regarding the explor explorer
er had reached his friends and backers
Ip the Arctic and the Explorers club
here since March 7 1908 when Dr rook rookstarted = ookstarted
started Inland from Etah Greenland GreenlandThe
The committee of which Dr Stebbins
is chairman was organized several 6eVtralmonths severalmonths
months ago It raised a fund which whichwas whichwas
was added to that used In equipping
the schooner Jeanie which sailed from
St Johns N F two weeks ago with withthe withthe
the combined purpose of taking sup suppUts supplies
pUts to Commander Robert E Peary Pearyand Pearyand
and bringing back Dr Cook and an another another
other explorer Harry Whitney It they theycould theycould
could be found foundSCIENTISTS
1 1SCIENTISTS
SCIENTISTS SHOW SHOWINTEREST SHOWINTEREST
INTEREST IN REPORTS REPORTSWinnipeg EOTSWinnipeg
Winnipeg Man Sept IThe Brit BritI8h BritIsh
I8h Association for the Advancement Advancementof
of Science at Its final meeting today todayshowed todayshowed
showed great Interest in the report that thatDr thatDr
Dr Cook had reached the North Pole PoleColonel
Colonel Sir Duncan Johnston presl preslden presiden
den ot the geographical section de declared
clared the expedition would be of the thehighest thehighest
highest scientific value If scientific ob observatlonswere observationswere
servatlonswere made by qualified men menC menC
C H Chisholm professor of geogra geography geography
phy at Edinburgh university said that thathe thathe
he considered observations which could couldbe couldbe
be made fit the pole to be among the themost themost
most valuable re results ults of the discovery
New York Sept IOther explorers now nowIn nown
In n New York added their tribute to Dr DrCooka DrCooks
Cooks achievement Anthony Fial au author author
thor of Fighting the Polar Ice who whoha whohas
ha > 1 made two trips to the Arctic regions regionssaid regionssaid
said Dr Cook well deserves the honor honorhe
he has won and I am heartily glad that thathis thathis
his efforts have been successful succetl8fulEvelyn successfulEvelyn
Evelyn B Baldwin organizer of the theBaldwlnZeeler theBaldwinZeeler
BaldwlnZeeler polar txpedIUon was ItS In Inclined inclined
clined to await fuller reports from Dr DrCook DrCook
Cook before giving full credence to the thereport thereport
report The task of reaching the pol polis pole poleis
is stupendous and the man who first firstaccomplishes firstaccomplishes
accomplishes it deserves great credit he hesaid hesaid
said saidCaptain saidCaptain
Captain Bradley Osborne secretary of ofthe ofthe
the Arctic club who has been twice In Inthe inthe
the Arctic ocean and once in the Antarc Antarctic
tic was confident that the reports of Dr DrCooks DrCooks
Cooks success were correct correctWILES correctWILES
WILES OF THE SPECULATOR SPECULATORStrand SPECULATOR SPECULATORStrand
Strand StrandDaniel StrandDaniel
Daniel Drew a Wall street speculator IlpeCUlatorwas
was at one time JIII5 the richest man in inthe inthe
the United States worth It i8 aid 113 13 13800001I
800001I Drew began life as a cattle droy drover
er never altered his attire bUt atilt atiltdreaed stilldressed
dressed In the slovenly clothes or his cat cattle cattle
tle drovinS days LIke Vanderbilt Drew DrewWII8 Drewwas
was absolutely uneducated He pro pronounced pronounced
nounced the word shares been and andYand andVanderbilt
Yand Vanderbilt lbllt spelled boiler boyla Neith Neither
er man believed In books keeping aU their theirSlSantic theirgigantic
gigantic accounts In their head and andDrews andDrews
Drews speculations were coloe colossal colossalOf al alOf
Of his method of making money the thefollowing thefollowing
following anecdote win afford an excellent excellentIdea
Idea IdeaOne ideaOne
One evening he entered a club In which whidlwere whichwere
were a mbled a number of men of thefinancial the thefilUUlcl8J
financial world Old Daniel ran In as If Ifto Ifto
to look for some Important stock broker brokerand brokerand
and then ran out again againGuess againGuess
Guess Den has some points said one oneHes oneHes
Hes on the stoop Bald a 1IeeODd 1IeeODdIt
It would be worth a few million dot dollars dottars
lars to know whats In Uncle Daniels Danielshead Danielshead
head said a third thirdDrew thirdDrew
Drew reentered the room more excited ex exclted
cited than he left It Carel Carelessly s1y pulling a alarp alarge
large pocket handkerchief out of his pock pocket pocket
et to wipe his fevered brow he drew with withIt
It a small piece of white paper which n fiut fiuttered ut uttered
tered to the fioqr apparently unseen by byhim b bhim
him Then be hurriedly departed A rush ru8hWII8 rushwas
was made for the slip of paper on which whicbwere whichwere
were written In his own handwriting the tbefoUowlnS thefoUowing
foUowlnS ominous words Buy me all allthe allthe
the OIIhkiah stock you caD at any price priceyou priceyou
you can pt It below par parHfre parHere
Here was news Indeed All thought that thatparticular thatparticular
particular stock was already too high this thisaccidental thisaccidental
accidental d discovery ICovery clearly showed they theywere theywere
were wrong Some new move was no nodoubtbnmtnent nodoubtimminent
doubtbnmtnent not a moment was to IMt belost IMtlost
lost All those present re ent Joined and the theflnt thefirst
first thing the following mornIn g par purcbased parchased
chased 10000 shares from a broker whom whomolel whomold
old Drew had In walt for them and he hescooped hescooped
scooped In an enormous pr4flt pr4fltENSHRINED tlt tltENSHRINED
ENSHRINED IN HIS HEART HEARTNew HEARTNew
New York Sun SunFor SunFor
For many years old Colonel Lee re reaided resided
aided In Ninth street New York Rear the tbeHotpl theHotel
Hotel St Th Denis > nl He lit still remembered rememberedby
by nundreds of New Yorkers for his hisbright hisbright
bright manner and happy apt remarks remarkshen remarksWhen
When hen the project for erecting an eques equestrian equestrian
trian statue to General Ger ral Washington In Inrnlon InUnion
Union Square quarf was propoS proposed > d Colonel Lee Leewas Leewas
was intrustpd with one of th the subscrip subscription
tion papers for circulation Shortl after afterrfcelvlnli afterreceiving
receiving it he approached a wetlknown wetlknowncitizpn wellknowncitizen
citizen and asked for a subscription But ButtIlt Butthe
tIlt ritiz dtiz11 U clinfd to subscribe stating statingin > tatlngjn
jn a rathr pnmlUS pmi us manrtr r I
1 10 nut e lJl1Shhr sir that there is any
Dr Andree the celebrated explorer the balloon in which he attempted to toreach toreach
reach the pole and the place where he met his death deathTRIBUTE deathTRIBUTE
TRIBUTE TO THE EXPLORER EXPLORERfROM EXPLORERFROM
fROM PEARY CLUB OFfiCER
New York Sept ISlnglphanjpd and andalone I Ialone
alone Dr Cook has apparently accom accomplished accomplished
plished what hundreds of more experi experienced experienced
enced and better equiped explorers have havebeen havebeen
been trying for In vain for years was wasthe wasthe
the comment of Herbert L Bridgman of ofBrooklyn ofBrooklyn
Brooklyn secretary of the Peaty Arctic Arcticclub Arcticclub
club and an Intimate friend of Dr Cook CookBeside CookBeside
Beside men like Peary continued Mr MrBridgman MrBridgman
Bridgman who has himself taken a IIiI large largepart e epart
part In several Arctic explorations during duringthe
the last fifteen years Cook Is a com comparative comparative
parative amateur He went north mend merely merelyas I Ias
as the surgeon of an expedition and was wasleft I
left behind with a small store of supplies suppliesat
at hi his own request nwuestHe requestHe
He appears to have waited a favorable faorabletime
time and then when things look looked l right righthe
he pushed northward acco accompanied Pftnl d only
by two Eequimaux depending for his hissupplies hissupplies
supplies largely on the small amount ot otcanned ofcanned
canned goods he could carry and the musk muskoxen muskoxen
oxen which he probably ascertained wereplentiful were wereplentiful
plentiful along the route he planned to totake totake
take
Lays In Provisions ProvisionsAcconUng ProvisionsAccording
According to hi his ut letters he must mustbaye musthave
have left Etah about Feb 21 1008 Cross CrossIng Crossing
Ing to Ellesmpreland he reached Cape CapeThomas CapeThomas
Thomas Hubbard There he may have havewaited havewaited
waited a few days and laid In a stock stockof
of fresh meat Finally when all was wasready wasready
ready 011 March 17 he took his two trusty
EXPLORERS ALL MUCH PLEASED
I am confident said Captain Os Osborne Osborne
borne that he will have ample data to toprove toprove
prove his claims too His daily of ohrya ohryatlons erva ervations
tlons his photographs of polar SCII1 > S and andhis andhis
his notes on the geography and tfJng tfJngraphy topography
raphy of the unknown north an likely likplvto
to prove about the most interesting reaing rea reaing +
ing that has been put before either scien scientists scientists
tists or laymen In recent years yearsRome yearsRome
Rome Sept tThe Tbe Tribuna ask how hflwDr howDr
Dr Cook It alone when he reached the thlpole thepole
pole hopes to prove the authenticity 11 11his orhis
his discovery No faith the Trlbunil Trlbunilays Tribunasays
says can be attached to the evidence t tthe of ofthe
the Eskimos who are ignorant in stlPn sientific stlPntitle
title matters mattersThe mattersThe
The Tribuna however hopes that Dr DrCook DrCook
Cook will bring back among hl his astro astronOmical astronomical
nOmical ob observations taken at the pole ptliwWch polewhich
which astronomers can easily verify ron convincing ronvinclng
vinclng proof of his marvelous v victory victorynecessity Ctlry Ctlrynece
nece necessity 1ty for a monument to Mr Wash Washington YashIngton
Ington His tame is undying it 1s In Inshrined enshrined
shrined In the hear l of his countrymen countnmpnIs
Is M en enshrined hrined In your heart softly softlyInquired softlyinquired
Inquired the colonel coIoarelH
H He Is s sir 1IirWell sirWell
Well all I have to say retorted lftortfdColonel retortedColonel
Colonel Lee to 9s that he Is in a tight tightplace tightplace
place
AIPIEDOUGIIS AIPIEDOUGIISOh AIPiEB OUGIIS OUGIISOh
Oh my heart goes sorrowinghere In InthllS inthis
this gray city
Far away from friendly fields where whereapple whereapple
apple blossoms blow blowThere blowThere
There the country scents and sounds sOJjl1dso
go o drifting down the spring springtime sprlngtlm
time tlmHere timeHere
Here is but the citys volceth volcethweary voicetheweary
weary citys woe woeNISht woeNight
Night and lid day dayall ll night and dayI dayIbear dayIhear
bear the din of footsteps footstepsSeeklngalways footstepsSeekingalways
Seeklngalways seekingtho tired tiredfeet tiredfeet
feet come and go goAnd goAnd
And oh to smell the ap1ieboughs and andalRk andsink
sink to rest ben neath th themAnd them themAnd
And hear across the meadow lands landsthe landsthe
the sea abooming low lowOVllr lowOver
Over there I know a apath path with apple applebl appleblosona
bl blosona lI covered coveredWbose coveredWhose
Whose cent stills all the longing longingall
all the unrest of the soul soulAnd soulAnd
And a little stream flows by there therethrough therethrough
through the sun and flickering flickeringshadows Uckerlngshadows
shadows shadowsWhOSe shadowsWhose
WhOSe murmur for a season brings bringsobUvlon bringsoblivion
oblivion of the goal goalMy goalMy
My heart has heard the calling through throughthe
the gray careridden city cityKine cityMine
Mine eyes have Been the taIlIng of ofthe ofthe
the blossoms through my dream dreamI
I must fling behind me memories of oforamped ofcramped
cramped ambitions ambitionsAnd
And seek k me out an orchard path pathbeside pathbeside
beside a murmuring stream streamEdna streamEdna
Edna Valentine Trapnell In Success SuccessMasasine SuccessMagazine
Magazine MasasineA
A AN RIIZADBTHAN I1i POEM POEJIShan POEMShall
Shan I wasting In despair deapairDie
Die because a woman fair fairOr fairOr
Or make pale my cheeks with care careCause careuse
Cause use anothers rOilY are areOt areOf
Ot the 1lowry meads In May MayIf
If she thinks not wen t me mert1at meWhat
What care I how fall she be beBe beBe
Be she good or kind or fall fallI
I will neer the more despair despairIf
If she love me this believe believeI
I will die ere she shall grieve grieveIf
If she slight me when I woo wooI
I can < an scorn and let her go goH goIf
H she be not tall to m me meWhat
What care arE I for whom she bp bpGeorge beGeorge
George Wither l588IG67
EIquimaux servants and started on hie hierisk hi
risky risk dash over the polar iceiiOO mile milelto
to the ultimate north northHe northHe
He reached the pole the dispatch < he e
tell us on April n averaging in the neigh
borhood of fifteen milES a day If hE hEtraveled h htraveled
traveled In a straight line and making maklna makinga
a far higher aver average Ifas is llkelyhe llkelyhewas likely
was compelled to go in a roundabout way
From the time of his arrival until to
day we have little but guesswork o owhich Or Orwhich
which to form any theory as to the move movements movements
ments ot Cook There are soma long gp1i gp1iot ga gaof p
ot time to be accounted for in Dr Cooke Cookemoements Cookmovements
movements but anyone who bas evebeen eve
been in the north can readily realize thai thaithere thathere
there are a thousand and one thl thing thingwhich g1 g1which
which might have delayed him It Itrather iI iIrather
rather remarkable that Dr Cook did n01 n01cable nocable
cable to his friends In America the new neWlof newof I
of his accomplishment accomplishmentThat
That the captain of the Danish steamel steamelwall steamewas
wall the first to repOrt the news i8 noparticularly no noparticularly
particularly remarkable as the captahl captahlI
I is a government official and would out onlbe outbe
be expected to send the news of the theachievement theachievement
achievement to his superiors superiorsDr
Dr Cooks achievement shows how h01llargely howlargely
largely the pl element ment of lu luck < k enters intt inttthe Inttthe
the problem o Ardir An tir exploration 11 11the 11the
the reports are Iornd h ha a < IOCOnl IOCOnlpIiSHd corn cornplishd
pIiSHd aIm st > wit1lIt qUilfl > = nt r rpreparati < I Ipreparatito1l5
preparatito1l5 i i a t tlln flung w i tLc in IDs1 IDs1Iaborat r relabrat
Iaborat lc utttt lX x hns h s sfa
fail fa U l In
GRHHY SAYS All AllRfCORDS ALLRECORDSBROKEN
RfCORDS RECORDSBROKEN RECORDSBROKENOneTime BROKN BROKNOne
One OneTime Time Leader of Polar Ex Expedition Expedition
pedition Praises Or DrCook OrCook
Cook CookConway CookConway
Conway Center N H Sept i lTM lTMmoet Ties Tiesmost
moet extraordinary teat in polar ex exploratkm esploratton
ploratkm was the appraisement of Dr DrCOks DrCooks
Cooks exploit by General Adolphus AdolphusV
W V Greeley commander of the Lady LadyFranklin
Franklin bay international polar po expedition expe expedition I
dition from the United States in 1884 1884when 1884when
when Informed tonight of Cooks suc success success
cess cessDr
Dr Cooksachlenment Cooks achievement reported by bythe bythe
the Danish colonial office said General Gen General
eral Greeley must be viewed 88 themost the themost
most extraordinary teat in polar polaploratlons ex explorations
ploratlons He was practically withoutwhat without withoutwhat
what previously had been considered to tohave tohave
have been an Indispensable equipment equipmentfor
for extensive polar travel travelThe travelThe
The attainment of the north gEO gEOgraphical geographical
graphical pole by an American Is anaccomplishment an anaccomplishment
accomplishment that merits the highestpossible highest highestpossible
possible acknowledgment and consider consideration consideration
ation by the American people As oDe onewho oDewho
who once beat the record I offer myheartiest my myheartiest
heartiest congratulations congratulationsGeneral
General Greeleys party reached > d S3 E3degrees S3degrees
degrees 24 minutes north thus proceed proceeding procdIng
Ing further toward that much8OU muchsought muchsoughtfor ht htfor
for point than bad previously been at attained attained
tained Before they ached n > this rtmn rtmntry reuntry
try again their numbers had been reduced re reduced
duced by deat death to seven At Cape Sa Sabine Sablue
blue the survivors were > rescued b a arelief arelief
relief expedition under Commodorenow Commodore
now Rear Admiral Wintleld Infield S Schley Schleyretired Schleyretired
retired retiredlONE retiredLONE
lONE SURVIVOR IS ISPUASm ISPLEASEDAT
PUASm AT NHVS NHVSExpression NEbVSExpression
Expression From Last Man of ofFamous ofFamous
Famous Elisha Kent Kane KaneI KaneExpedition KaneExpedition I
ExpeditionPhiladelphia Expedition ExpeditionPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Sept IAmos Bonsall Bonsallthe Bonsallthe
the only survivor of the Ellaha Kent KentKane KentKane
Kane North Pole expedition that left leftthis leftthis
this city In 1853 only to meet disaster disasterat
at a point estimated at seven hundred hundredml hundredmiles
miles ml s short of the goal W8 Intensely IntenselyInterested intenselyinterested
Interested In the report of the success succesaor
or Dr r Cooks expedition expeditionI
I shall believe that Dr Cook has hasdiscovered hasdiscovered
discovered the pole until contrary isproved Is Isproved
proved said Mr Bonsall today for forI torI
I have always felt that an American Americanwould Americanwould
would do it 1 think the extraordinary extraordinarypluck
pluck manifested by Dr Cook deserves deservesthis
this regard He went north practically practicallyon
on his own hook hookOf
Of course Dr Cook will bring back backmaterial backmaterial
material evidence of the discovery or orbe
be will be able to give convincing data dataOtherwise
Otherwise scientific men will be in indined indined
dined to question uestlon the claims claimsThe claimsThe
The rigors of that region are such
that It Is almost Impo Impossible slble to conceive concelvfof
of human beings surviving at all It ItIs
Is and always has been a question of ofendurance
endurance and little else of a willing willingness
ness to endure things that the average averagemortal
mortal has no conception of ofADMIRAL
ADMIRAL SdLEY S 11LEY IS ISDELLGHTED
DEL DELLGHTED GHTED AT NEWS NEWSNtw
New York Sept IA telegram from fromRear
Rear Admiral Schley tonight says saysDr saysDr
Dr Cooks great achievement fills fillsme fillsme
me with delight and I rejoice in hi hiFUPC his
FUPC success SS I always believed that Cock Cockwould CockI
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Lieut Shackleton Who Re Recently Recently
cently Failed Expresses ExpressesHis
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Shackleton in a special article contributed contribQtedto
to a morning newspaper says I have havevery havevery
very recent recollections of the hardship hardshipof
of the struggle In ice bound regions J Jcan rcan
can realize the efforts Dr Cook II eat featcoats eatCOllts
coats anti feel a personal pleasure that It Ithas ithas
has been crowned with success The at attainment attainment
tainment of either pole will stop the theflttin5 thefitting
fitting out of expeditions designed sol solely solelyto ely elyto
to reach the po pole e but after the pOles pOleshave poleshave
have been reached scientific eJpeditjJns eJpeditjJnswUl a peditonswill
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alons which apart from the poles them themlelveli themselves
selves will remain a vast field for selen selenUfIc scientitle
title study and research researchA
A dispatch from Lenvtck to the Times Tlmpssa Timessays
sa says it la stated there that Dr Cook Cpokhas Cookhas
has reached the magnetic pole In an aneditorial aneditorial
editorial the Times says that such a mall mallis manis
is prima facie not likely to mislead the theworld theworld
world over his achievements achievementsWhen achievementsWhen
When h he telegraph l his a wife success successful successful
ful and to the director of the Belgium BelgumobBervatory Belgiumobservatory
observatory that he has reached the pole polewe polewe
we are boUnd to accept the statement u urlou asserious
serious rlou say the editoriaL If by un unchance any anychance
chance further investigation showed that thathe thathe
he had been n mistaken In hi his latitude and hndtbat andthat
that he bad not quite reached th the mysterious myste mysterious
rious spot for which Peary Nansen knd kndellman hndWellman
ellman have striven vainly there would wouldbe
be a reaction of opinion that even the themost themost
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This vessel the schooner Jeanette left leftSt leftSt
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with the double purpose of searching for forDr forDr
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