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rnim KING Pennsylvanians Regard Huge -'Brute as Supernatural Thing. - Rare Animal Roaming on Hills of keystone State la Safe- frq.rri Bullet and Terror to People of the Backwoods. Clearfield. Pa. Between the curl- osity and the superstition that the appearance ap-pearance of a white, of albino, bear lias caused in that section of the eouo-4 trj'iJyingnortli-xf Karthaus-acrussi' the plateau to the hills overlooking Keating in Clinton county, this freak animal la the sensation of the season. In all the history of Pennsylvania Pennsyl-vania backwoods experiences this is rthe first time that the appearance -of a white bear In this section of the world has been reported. The rare animal has been seen twice since the opening of the hunting season,; but it will require somebody with less superstition than' the natives to kill, the albino. The superstition is something akin to the old fear of Beeing or killing a white deer, and the probability is that this rare specimen will be permitted to go unmolested. Once last summer this creature was seen near a wayside spring by a teamster, team-ster, who bad stopped to water his horses, but he thought it was a stray white calf, and so reported it. . But soon after the bear season opened this fall, and while two hunters were tramping the'slashinga beyond th John Rohn place, one of them was startled to see two bears rise from their "wallow" arid start off fnto the thicket, and one of these was as white as a dirty bear, after a season in the dust, could afford to be. The-black boar was killed by a shot from the hunter's gun, but the albino, though equally aa good, a chance was afforded to hit it, was permitted to bike off Into the bushes and to safety. One day recently, while a young , fellow by the name ot Smoke was in thi woods in the same general neighborhood neigh-borhood he caught sight of the white tear und ran all the way home, a dis-- dis-- tanee of nearly three miles, lest the COMFORTS ON SHIP Including Gymnasium and Open- Air Cafe on Upper Deck. Steamers Being Built at Belfast Sif- pass Largest Afloat In Tonnage All Modern Conveniences ' to B Found. - London. Despite measure to la -ure secrecy, plans of the two mant moth liners, Olympic and Titanic. be Ing built st Belfast for tbe WWte Star Company, have been disclosed. In the ratter of size they will eclipse tbe Maurrtanta and Lusltanta by Mot less tban 12.000 tons, tbelr tonnage being 5,K0. against the 33.000 of tbe two Cunarders. '."The steamers are-destined for tbe Southampton New York service, and wfll be tbe finest on tbe water In tbe matter of equipment and decoration. Ose of ibe upper decks Is to be ro-eloeed ro-eloeed to verve as ballroom or skating skat-ing rink. The boats will tare not only rztended suites of rooms bat complete flats, which will make It poe- slble to croee the Atlantic while, e Br rnvln all tbe privacy of home. They will be the first steamers con-talcing con-talcing cabins with private shower baths sttacbed In addition there will - be a great swimming bstb aboard both large enough to permit diving A gymnasium will be found ob cscb. A teranda eafe will be built on one of tbe upper decks far astern, looking out oer tbe sea and about fifty feet above the water. It will bare espoeed rafters entwined with vines and tbe sides will be latticed effects, to snake tbe lllukloo of a cafe at tbe seaside as eruptete aa possible. Another novelty will be a grillroom suggesting aa old Ent!lb cbophoute. with blab backed stalls of ancient oak and broad, low table. A gsrdea elll be ' co tt sun deck and in tae winter It - will be protected by a glas roof Tbe new vessels will bave a die ciaremvet of 0.000 tons. Taer are to be about 144 feet long, with a been of 94 feL sod" tbe boat deck will be nsore than sixty feet above tbe water fr'el'ber elll be a btgb power boat, nor are their lines designed fur great speed. SI knots being tbe avcraee aicted at Tbelr carrying caoecity " will (treed that of aay veel aBoat by at leat one-tblrd Eh will carry cn5er rtcrtna! roedUions more ttaa A feature of tbe eWca Is ttst tbeyjFbe Is aa eethusias'le advocate of win each Btve four fvanels and only frtaadiaa taed as &a "tavestmrat for oee mat Tbe fuse is win be so Urge J tfcat two dcwKedecked street cars j eu'd et!y pes tfcrectb esh sWe i ree!p.cat.Irg ectise wt;i f.;c;i tie veeseia. Tte tcl coet of Ibe two wt!l be erc?rttir I ke ! It W enacted tlat they CJ le ready la tt s;t:rg ef SH0PP1S3 REFCRU IH ST. PAUL strts l MetM'ts Pl fee Ceit Ceeoef T He'd Nevel CaeefvsL ft. P?. Sf't; Tte Retail Ur ctaat im.i"V4 of FL Past tu tl i:4 " lrsdfrtr at 99 Et -t:i esreet. t tie heart of tie s5 i r? d5frtrt, ker a csste a wjj RULER AND CBON. V4 V- i . ' ' l -ffhe" king is one ot the most up-to-oite and democratic monarch in Eu rcpe. The boys shpwn in the'-picture are the sons ot the crown, princes. Princes Gustavui i Adolprus and Oscar Frederick. awful apparition', as he-thought it was , would do him some terrible harm. He explained that the bear was as white as snow and looked for all the world like the ghost of a bear, but that it seemed not to.te afraid of him, but rather defied h'm wTfen he tried to frighten it. It was then that he concluded con-cluded that he was facing something more. than an ordinary denizen of the forest, andhJilkedfgMi.ome. . Curiously enough, the experience ot young Smoke has given rise to a lot of weird tales recalling the strange disappearance of old and rich John Rohn, several. years ago, a mystery that aroused a state-wide interest because be-cause of Its odd. features. "The community has in it several families of half-breeds, white and negro mixed, and these are the most swperstltious kind of people lmagln able. At the time of the disappearance disappear-ance of old man Robn these folk told .of the queerest of sights and of sounds, and of the flitting of white dotes in the night time, and the strange bawling of cows far into the be conducted In tbe Interest of tbe re-tall re-tall trade and the shopping public until after the close of the approaching approach-ing holiday season. Tbe "shoppers' headquarters" are In charge of a secretary sec-retary and assistants. Tbe offices are fitted with- telephone, writing desks, and a local post office station for the use of visitors. An Information bureau bu-reau will be established and every possible comfort and convenience for tbe shopping public will be provided. Plans for a carnival week, to be beld preceding tbe Christmas bolldaya, are under, way, and tbe entire retail district of 6L Paul will 'be decorated la an attractive and novel manner. Tbe streets are to be transformed Into forests of evergreen and carloads of body will be added to give the proper holiday touch. Tbe entire district will be Illuminated by thousands of multicolored Incandescent. Instead of discomfort attending shopping la tbe Christmas season, 8t. Paul s mercbanta will bend tbelr energies ener-gies toward comfort and entertainment entertain-ment for tbetr patron and make tbe holiday seston one of merriment and gou3 cbeer. Cne of tbe features of tbe 1904 holiday seiaaon la a plan to close all retail store at sli o'clock on Christmas eve, thereby giving all employes em-ployes tbe opportunity to enjoy tbe "night before Christmas" at their own firesides. Ctrl Farmer Miss Binnls Clark Addresses Confse. ence of English Workers en Canadian Experiences. London An English girl who ha successfully farmed J38 acres In Canada telaiod her eipertences to the conference of the Nstlonal I nion of Womew-Workers at Itsnsmooth. A whole sesflon. under tbe presidency of Lady Kbtghtley of Fswsley. was devotd to discussing openings for English women beyond the sea. Tall, s'ender 4d good looking, gracefully dressed In btark and wbii. Mis Rlnnle Clark erarcely looked as j If she had combined tbe duties of fanner sad housewife, bad plowed her own land and tended without help of any k!nd 14 borte and cattle and a number of pig-through a etole winter. win-ter. ErgfUh-wosneo. and I sow atsftg ; for tt eikB of tte Catadiaa free Ued grsot to wooo At prer t J '"T - "ei ef tfe h4 feiiioe-f agslast the law c-f C4a. th' jtb, sc- ' cordieg to l:;cn'.e Clark, it Is the fore t ra t-h tie t-Vr ,a trlEr - '" r ho can best 8tsd i der tfce "fU l lelesre to tt.r.k a ad wck fr the gea-1 1 erJ we'.fjre of tr e!.erst f W.te-. , . m . . Iv!r), N J TW limr " 1 htU n Imjr-ved ftra ef JH:, .. rJ!r e er- ad worked tt I f tire T'r. , ,t.0T ,n tm , tt thrgh r4 eeaaow isl bA tM at f l. H r,., t tke ed of ary fnh e-wt I f--M I - iM 4d tt c -act ts- s-s ss.s-Te a cet per ceei. trr.r. t the year's wrk'.:. tk ;s&aa fsras-ee fsras-ee tc."4 the e?r St tflt ot. ciT . rsg "shweeaew wk-a lad avade B-ee..fJ t-tei.tseS . tm Cavaa tssd. asd af T-s'e4 , j nvesiSc eertk ta Ciu(ji Nif PRINCESS OF SWEDEN i. i - It '"1 -x7 : b 3 ii t - Li night, flames Jearlng from the fire place In the Rohn mill at midnight, and a lot of other trash that made ol j the.storv one that sounded much likej a tale from the days of witchcraft, as i li lat Monday and had readied a indeed it might be. for tboae" "people 1 P"int near Grizzly Gulch when atre--are fhm beliefs In what "dream f m.-ndous ' bellow echoed fwmi the books say and in the occult. ' 'depths of the gulch and caused theni The white bear Incident has stirred up the old sensation of the Rohn disappearance dis-appearance with a lot. of new theories, an dthe little seTttenTenrTi-wrought up over the strange thing. But the white bear runs little chance of being I killed. Rather does It stand for ciak Ing little short of panic among the half breeds. Butter Keep Long. . Stockholm, Sweden. The - Zelgler paretic .expedition has informed,, a, but; ter firm at Gothenburg In a letter dated at Cape Flora, Spitsbergen, that it has found acase of butter deposited depos-ited there for the Andreu balloon expedition. expe-dition. Although more than ten years old tbe butter waa In excellent condition. condi-tion. ERECTS PRIVATE SHOW HOUSE California Poet Constructs Open Air Theater fdr Production of Hla Own Plays, Berkeley, Cat, An open air theater In a nature! hollow amid the trees adjoining bis home hi the Claremont aectlon of this city Is being built by Charles Keeler, the poet. Tbejnew theater will have a flat piece of toa of lrg size a a stage and will bare a seating capacity ot about BOO. Keeler plan to produce bla owr play In tbe theater, aa well aa tbo of hi friends who lav talent as playwright. . The auditorium of the theater, which I mnroiinded by treei around the natural borrow, I cut out of tbe solid ground, tbe sests belnr In tiers like the Greek theater on th campua. The approach to Ibe theatat la over a rustic bridge. Keeler expects to have the tbeatei completed p a short time and plans to give a night production of a ne Finds Pearl In Oyster. Columbus. Ind In a quantity ot raw oysters, for which George Wen dell, town msrshsl of Hope, paid ti cents, be found a pearl, tbe value ol which local Jewelers placed at 1100 Within a abort time after the find be came known the supply of oysters at tbe stores at whfeb tbe ones among which the pearl was found were bought was exhausted by eager pur chaser. is Successful holds as good employment for Eng llsbwomea. SEEKS GRAVE IN A JUNGLE Bereaved Mother te Search Wilds ot Venezuela fer Burial Place cf Beloved Son, Pottsvllle Pa-Reat on a meet perilous Journey of lhouan4s ol mile. Mr A. C. MiJ'.ikm. wido el tbe millionaire s'rel and pstt or ensgirste. Ml here lite otbrr day cn dauetrd by tbe dancers that ctmttvni twr. for tbe kart of the elide ot Veneiuela to Wate the grate cf belod Son. ' I. Jmtu Ii!.t.:i VKi kf-a. a grsduate of the l"cfr tj of tr,nTlscla The Uttr d'd of ""b'.ach fevr" set as bvricd la tke J-ieg' lirr...t which aa eikirtrg e ,U bUh be had at'rtd t:f.- si pewirg. on April II, li The sr'0br"s 6rt '.- t!l t a Tiietdad, std tka h mill x- H 'be OrlBwt tftrr letn te lit?'- r. to teake wh n trp AftT fr:i tt grtv. It will be tire jean j emsVster tf kk-k-y ,- ti t tk ervtv ef tk-ttv.i ts ei sj fwister I"I be a terr ,e-e rw tew he. rii U tl: tie erSrr4 tA C.rsar4 frs to ,J kaj asd are o t s-t f ?f j'i ?l Irrt svt inmin urn rmiifIBIRriiPlfiTHHItLIH iuhhu nit run - ti BULLET PROOF ANIMAL CAUSE OF GREAT TERROR IN QUIET COUNTRY. J r STILL . TALK OF THE GIANT Great Creature Cruches Trees In Its Teeth and Lifts Rocks Weighing V "Torus, "Say "Two i '"Sober" Citizens Frozen" Dq5. jl laho. The people of this fluitV nelshbdrjinod, as they gather ground .heir fireside's, still talk of the uuelas.-dlic-l monster seen by two men in the'hiiis near Mendcta, II was, first seu by Joseph Oliffe and. Wait Gifford.. They were .on a !. .:ming trip in the North Basin, when !!: . i-au:e. upuu the hideous monster. .. de-cribed by-them au.l others' who -4w it-later- the-, beast bears- no '-eiiib! nee to any other animal extinct i : in existence. t'iiffe.i.nd Clifford were following the trail 'through the dense forest of the I to halt" tremblingly. ,s '. leered toward the ixiiiit from whence the hoist came an Immense pair of horns. TTmrtrm aHir(t4tke--hi'nd of enor oils t-ize, appi-ured above the gully's t -djse- Deep set in the creature's slimy hv i a pair of grvat. round eyes glistened glist-ened Aith a terrifying - light. The hunters, nearly ' frightened to death, and cot caring to make closer ue-iuaintanct ue-iuaintanct with-the straffge animal, ! at a wild retreat U) the top of North Mountain. Arriving there ti ha'.tc.i.' out of Im-atli, and looked down tunively into the Kiilrh. The rreulurc. ilh head t;!l darting hither and th. r. almost tilled th gulch wish its roU'f.-al bulk Its li'idy resetuhlins somewli-it that of a dinnsi'.ni ins. was sheuriied with flinty senles. and all along the back Wfre ranged a row of bony sjdkes. The forelegs, were shaird like those of a liore. though only half the size. The hind legs, thirty f-e. In ttngth. an. I as bl around as a pwd slued pine tree, wi re likj those of an ostrich. A kang arnolike tail 80 feet loug at retched" tta length down the bed of the gulch. Gaining courage Cl.ffe raised hla 45-90 and aimed at the montrter'e head, pulled pull-ed the trigger. Ill aim waa true Beast Bear No Resemblance to Any Other Animal. enough, but the buret's force was half spent before It rarhd the mark. The buliet's Impact with the animal's head waa forceful enough boweter to arouse Its Ire and rauie it to thrash about wildly. Great rocks eelgbiog tons tc !! lodged by the sr.gry l!ouriltn(s of the beaut Trees to f--t tbrtnuh were gripped In the snapping mi and made Into kialUsg wkJ ly tbe thing's sharp t!a. Cii.fe aa pr paring to take siwtbrr ht fc-n aa!u.al lapd to the top of tte gu'ch U If frrnn a ctspH. mi,4 bounded (ucb after the fi i.-o ut a kacgaroo up the ril A wi!l r'- folloeed la t!'h the US' galr.r I it a every Wsp until th t-rvi:i-M j baitrs gaini tfce null t.e ivi' Trrut Creek, Hr tft thkio ot i the timber slackeaH the f ace of tW pariaSng r. -.-r an t (. ' ; ' 4 tbe ecl--e U Ol' an -I fJIS-wd. ebo t rf t,t lawn to aa es-l fwMt- tke. A - pee c,!r4 ti r.i'1 c -jn-rj aid ofcc or t mw th straae b-t at a gret 4 Deg s Lg C'sttdl Mae. 9m Frasctwn. i"l - His t r4 boae. lak a f.' 5k (te I- g i a. 4 g .a tt fl f-' ,d gT.'d tela 'h t:Va Jtt P Km rt e have ta :-t tra& fer- aa r ti'd T : ' m.ti r-3sfl a We . ft - r-eca!-e vr " M.jrxt-t l Arv le B .''- ;x.e-. !! a and wit' a sVet fee fc'Sey. ah is f.ar mrh t iisre V;s-g t Ut. m .'. t i ww ;i tt i;:al la tr f.-5B.,t tt eft:, a. tw. Xj..-a rt tie v-se . tie a tsrr4 t Te a f. was Tr tie Wg cf a s;-U asd III STER ! ri RESCUE OF HER CHUM MARGARET KALMAN FINDS MYR. TLE ACKERMAN INSENSIBLE FROM SMOKE. CMcas&TMju-estnce of mlmTand physical strength, of Miss Margaret Kalmftn, tweuty-two years old, helped her to save the life of her chum. Mfsa Myrtle Ackerman, twenty years old. And Miss Ackerman who soon recuperated recup-erated from- the effects of smoke which overcame-herwhen-fire broka out Ju TtertonTg could not say tnimtgh lit praise of Miss Kalman's heroism. Miss Kalnian, who luckily called at the Ackerman home just at the minute" min-ute" Miss Ackerman fell in a swoon after telephoning for the fire department, depart-ment, picked up her unconscious clinm and carried the limp form dffwn t lie-back lie-back stairs. "I believe. J would .have choked to Carried Her Chum to Safety death ir . Margaret na.i not l me iil'st Whetw she did oud saved me," Miss Ackerman "said yesterday. 'The Ackerman flat is at 3022 East Nlnety-eeeond trtret. Th fire was In a front cloBct. When the smoke reached reach-ed the kitchen where were Miss Ackerman Ack-erman and her father, Frederick Ack erman. Mr. Ackermati ran to tin front to get a portrait of his wife, who died recently, and fold his daughter to bum- Luion the (ire engines by telephone. ftllss Kalinan, not knowing of the fire, ran up the back stairs and Into the house, almoxt stumbling over her prostrate girl friend. . Miss Ackerman is petite but Mis Kalinan la robust and strong. BOY IS A FIEND AT NIGHT Loving and Kind In Day, Hs Turn to a Demon in His Sleep. Kansas City. Mo What la th strange Impulse that leads Waller Seboonover, II years old. one of the kindest and most devoted of boys to hla psrents In his waking boura. to Kansas City, Kan , had attempted to desire to murder them while walking In hla sleep? Fur months his parents, who live lu Kansas City.. Kan . had attempted to determine tbe raus of Ihe strange ailment ail-ment that displays itself only at night, but whic h makes of 'htm a veritable' fiend. Falling. lhf hae nppaled ItT Judge Van 11, Prat her lo help them to solve the esse. Severs! times of late tbe boy's father fa-ther and stepmother have aeaki-ned to find the youth stooping over tbeni with" a hammer In his hand, prepsred to dash out their brains It Is with thf greatest difficulty that they restrain him from Injuring th-tn When awakened awak-ened be returns to tx-d In a peaceful frame of mind. Tb boy stoutly maintains that be loves bis psrents and docs not know hy he has such hoiulrldsl Impulse. The court ordered th boy sent to sanitarium. The Bus Eighty Yeses Age. The Ixmdon omnibus I now SO years old It on July 4. 1129. that George 'Ml!;b-r. after blng succe sivrty a n.ldi-bipman In the Itrttinb navy end a cuscb butld-r In Pari. I'.sird on the 'Tendon strU the Erst (wo omr.ibjor nr Q In Kngiand A Urg- fd aM-ii.bS-d to in- th start and t. ti-r! sdailratiott was j eipr ri 4 t !. mert at paraoce of ti. v.fcl-. which re buiU to carry -M-r,g-r. a:l Inn d. and r drn tt t.".r- b -' f il bar, fcafft'4 ab -t The 4 "t;nl t" i '"d l.tr cn U!s . f Ifce .ti, i. Th fire I ft .? ."t.f i'' la tt t' tt std n'-s ' pro idd li cf rtr Ptt fee " ie.d ti:re Pv 'e W V U . , Tjjr rr.tij Js-Vr 4 fit.'"y ef sg cterct. IC jr. rr e -k ("in't. a rr.Ttt i4 fi 'iff, a d-nJe t'v ti '-' T V ie t ffT t-e r!?K i t-4 S;-4 t'ii9f t tt t-9 a , tri&re ts !e iret r-J!"'.- ' r;a a 4k fe- I -" a ft ti.!:4- ret !t tt ljile. f k-;ifwj ' . -sea a" e ae-d ra rt ca t5,e er' 4 ,4?td lo't rj h:4'T Tt p rt t art- of t - asd ee ral v-kt"v t lre , tl4j 4 t-,rd the stew at ri. Tt- W ;s--d- and ike fki rrywa f J J?w 4, : ENLARGE HARBOR AT ADEfi British Stronghold at Red Sea Again to Be an Important -:--r'" "Port. - ; . ; Aden, the British stronghold that commands the entrance to tbe Red" Sea, has of late- years fallen bebindL the times from a commercial point of view,, saya an excBahgeTT' poor harbor facilities, the" rrqit&n tfier-trade tfier-trade . of fAUent onee paraiiHAMit -between- Earpt and India, has been .largely trans-: ferreiPtoiwts that'were (juiteT obscarej-a obscarej-a few rear ago, as I'erbeia on thw Hrltiyh Somali coast, J ibutialngslde of U n Fii : in h Xei ritQiy .anOJlHiejdJaZ the Turkish Aral.hin port on the, Kefl sea. Many of the lar&er modern vessels, ves-sels, unable to enter the inner harbor of A1n and unwilling to sutler th T x pelTse "oT lifti t eritypr haw. u. reyt-cii - the call entirely by . eulat-siiio their bunker sutlioleiitly to taktr eiuv:Kl fuel to carry them from "Suez to Co-' lo'iil o "and vice veifa. - ' " To1 leteedy thi state of affairs. the? d--ti port- M ust at. the b giufiinL;. of , th? year .decitTcd to make extensive -lir provwnents, -;lredgljng the eniirt? arei of the livooiiiiK l)a.-'in in. the inner--intrboT and the 'enl ranee channel.""'" Woik was begun fn March last. aaS although the" Contract called for rwn-pl.'-tlon within .two years, .it. is now certain that .by the end of February luxt the entire project will have dwell carried, out so Unit the very largest vi!si?e!a that now ' pass through the1 SniVanai will be arcoiituioilated in the inner harbor of Aden,. Tilts'" inuc lenecded activity In Aden harbor forms -a parallel to the vast -improvements now carried on at Sing-.apore, Sing-.apore, that other citadel of I'.iltish lin-perlal lin-perlal sway. There, too, competition had made itself keenly felt for some-years, some-years, thanks to the awakening activity, activ-ity, of the Dutch in mating tho bent at their ; opportunities in the Malay --n4-hlttelKA tM-1 he rU ali that hayo-" ? arisen to HtngHperc, the best knownx .. but not Hie only one, la rfabang, at" the e ntrance to the Straits of Malacca.. This coin pn Hlon, $o snrprlf-ing and" f r-. piently Stw ii:;ti JirlttA' hiteVieKfj. la proving n Tieeiled stlnfulnsf to- Itrit-Ish Itrit-Ish enterpi'rJ'e.-Ta; whlchavo-l()nB co joyed nionopoly had been wholly un- favorable. The niagniticent works undertaken un-dertaken both at Aden aud Singapore, tcigelher with Ihe project for a new -naval lnse nl I'oinhav, are Irrefuttiblo evidences of tlreat 1'rlt.iln's ctuitinm-d siipreinncy,' while the fact that th Sue canal, when fully dredged in another an-other Jive years, will allow far larger vessels to puss through than at present pres-ent Is a guarantee for still vaster lin proveuients lo be carried out by Great Ittltaln In the harbors of ber eiiv-plre. eiiv-plre. j . .-- . " 7 J First Savings Bank. Neit year there will come an odd and Intereatlng centennial the buo-dredth buo-dredth anniversary of tbe founding at the first savings bank. It wilt certainly certain-ly be a centennial worth observing, and Presbyterians will bave a right to front aeatejn any celebratlon of lbe event, for the founder of that first savings bank wa a Presbyterian village vil-lage pastor. Tbe minister of lb-church lb-church at Ruthwell, Scotland, distressed distress-ed at seeing the wastefulness of the laboring people In bis parish, offered In the year 1810 to pay fire per cent Interest to anybody who would leave savings with him. Tbe minister. Rev. I!-nry Duncan, bad the flnauctuJ geor-lus geor-lus made a go of hla original project, pro-ject, and he was able a few year later to record In a pamphlet on "A Parish! Savings P-ank a very remarkable betterment bet-terment of economic conditions in hi ticlghborhood lea drinking and nitew thrift: Tbe pempMet attracted wider -atlention, tbe experiment was Imitated lwhrre, and Ike vast savina bank system of the civilized eurld ha sprung from this root. Th toen of Itutbwell felt It owed so much tt Mr. Duncan that In the year 140 It erected erect-ed a public monument to bis un worr Oddities In Invention. Moving pictures are produced, aa If Is w ell known, by a Elm traveling with Intermittent motion before a projector, pro-jector, ow lantrra bleb throwa sue ceslve vles on the screen. The same result could be obtained U the picture were stationary and the audit au-dit nay ItM-lf were la fuotiun, se as tor ! Ihe pictures uccively. An lr.g-nliia Inventor has hit upon this m fa m lo relieve the monotony s4 subway travel lie pmpoe-s to mount a continuous head of l-tur- at eact. id of ihe subway, and have ttn lturs tucfflty Utumiuatt-d, by u.rann cf lamps placed ttlnd taeia. The clrrult if the tamps would W ic lljf rWrd, by m-n f a? rbo K(n tht B'ibwsy car etcsg"ec r ract (''" t earh siie of track S ! o i ! American. th Tie Catceiated by aloen. Ti t ra'cTjUfet smoeg the !nft-t !nft-t br lesftead cf te-rtntte. l ve IndUa for m"t'V .taa-ir .taa-ir t 1 4 "We-ler't,"" " tb l ull i- n " VSrwry. th K-fennne . V)h. life i!sfi, "I Ike Vr ta Whlctl gBM lf -the r.t5g..-Jc J-i.ee. "the V-a h- tie r ee red." Jl. "the JInctt ahris rt i- lrfWs are np. .'-tt. IUni ilmm," ";'-. ; f . ";- iW as le4 s? f ry ," ( lti. "th "iWe-drvtrg Mnr.." S xslr. th U-Kr:".g V a aa4i Le-cessWv. nk leer K -a 7 PtM fee It. Tky as Hi4 e aSg"T recea -yie fnd a s4 tm ri Ml cf hT aaetara rs "The drsjj c4 111 steScwrstt ta earefTy lr.T"wT .