TTIE PAGE SIX GOLD MINE IN NEW JERSEY! Mm - After o Rochester, eleven years' incarceration ' ' now in John U varanem, Clinton prison, Dannemora, stands a chance of being freed as a result of his plea to Supreme Court Justice Adolph J, Hodenbeck of Itochester. Varanelll, In a letter, petitioned Justice Hodenbeck to grant him a writ of habeas corpus on his contention he has been illegally detained the past two years, lie stated he appealed to the Itochester justice becuuse he would he assured of n fair consideration of his case outside the vicinity of the prison. The petition, served on Warden Hurry Kaiser, directs Kaiser to show cause why Vuruuelll should not be released. N. .. Hard to believe, but here It la It Is being worked by Archie Sounfarmer of Iiaekettstown who found It Willi the same divining rod that he has been using for years to locate sites for wells, lie had previously discovered several small deposits, but this latest one Is the richest of tliera all. "I'ay dirt" was struck eight feet below the surface. According to an assay from Denver, the earth should yield more than five dollars to the ton. The aged farmer is sure, however, that at a greater depth richer veins will be found. ders, a seventy-three-year-ol- SEES Farmer Gazes Into Center of Funnel and Escapes Unhurt. Dodge City, Kan. The thrilling tale of a man who saw the Inside of a tornado and lived, unhurt, to tell of bis experiences Is contained In a report made to Alonzo A. Justice of the weather bureau office here by Will Keller, a farmer near Greensburg, Kan. Mr. Keller explained that on the afternoon of June 22, 1928, be noticed the approach of a dark cloud and saw that It consisted of not ouly one tornado but three. After hurrying bis family to the cyclone cellar he paused to watch the approach of one of the funnel-shape- d clouds, which was coming directly toward him. "I have seen a number of these things and have never become when near them. So I did not lose my head now. though the approaching tornado was indeed an impressive sight," he said. "The surrounding country Is levet and there was nothing to obstruct the view. There was little or no rain falling from the cloud. Two of the tornadoes were some distance away and looked to me like great ropes dangling from the but the near one was clouds, shaped more like a funnel with ragged clouds surrounding It. It appeared to be much longer and more energetic than the others and it occupied the central position of the cloud, the great cumulus dome being directly over it. Sees Lower End Rise. I "As I paused to look 1 saw that the lower end which had been sweeping the ground was beginning to rise. I knew what thatI meant, so I kept my position. knew that I wns comparatively safe and I knew that if the tornado again dipped I could drop down and close the door before any harm could be done. "Steadily the tornado came on, the end gradually rising above the ground. I could have stood there only a few seconds, but so impressed was I with what was going on timt It seemed a long time. At last the great shaggy end of the funnel hung directly over head. Everything was as still as death. There was a strong gassy odor and It seemed that I could not breathe. There was a screaming, hissing sound coming directly from the end of the funnel. "I looked up and to my astonishment I saw right up into the heart of the tornado. There was a circular opening in the center of the funnel, about f0 or 100 feet in diameter and extending straight upward for a distance of at least one-hal- f mile, as best as I could judge under the circumstances. The walls panic-stri- cken ,4 FROM INTERIOR of this opening were of rotating clouds and the whole was made constant visible by brilliantly flashes of lightning which zigzagged from side to side. Had It not been for the lightning I could not have seen the opening, not auy distance up Into it, anyway. "Around the lower rim of the great vortex small tornadoes were constantly forming and breaking away. These looked like talis as they writhed their way around the end of the funnel. It was these that made the hissing noise. Rotation Anticlockwise. "I noticed that the direction of rotation of the great whirl was anticlockwise, but the small twisters rotated both ways, some one way and some another. "The opening was entirely except for something which I could not exactly make out, but suppose that It was a detached wind cloud. This thing was In the center and was moving up and down. "The tornado was not traveling at a great speed. I had plenty of time to get a good view of the whole thing, inside and out. It came from the direction of Greens-burg- , which town Is three miles west and one mile north of my place. Its course was not In a straight line but It zigzagged across the country In a general northeasterly direction. After it passed my place it again dipped and struck and demolished the house and barn of a farmer by the name of Evans. The Evans family, like ourselves, had been nut wheat looking over their hailed-ou- t and saw the tornado coming. Not having time to reach their cellar they took refuge under a Binall bluff that faced to the leeward of the approaching tornado. They lay down flat on the ground and caught hold of some plum bushes which fortunntely grew within their reach. hi.l-lo- STROMEOLI, THE VOLCANO, , Kodiak, Alaska. Use of the airplane for scouting various fishes has been successful in many places, but an unusual sight was revealed by Aviator Frank Dorbandt while flying high above Cook's Inlet recently. Fully a thousand whales played and sported In the sea under him and to assure himself of their numbers he circled over them several times. Spouting, rolling and diving, the whales seemed given more to basking In the sun than to seeking or pursuing Some any species of food fish. kinds of whales migrate In late summer to the South, and It Is pos sible the pilot noted one of these movements. ; "Lighthouse of the Mediterranean" Is Guide of Mariners by Day and Night. Washington. Stromboll, the Italian volcano which recently erupted, next to Vesuvius Is perhnps the best known of the world's active and semi-activ- e volcanoes, according to a bulletin from the National Geographic society. "Stromboll in effect Is a burning Island," says the bulletin. "Always showing some activity, it has well earned its title, 'Lighthouse of the Even by days It Mediterranean. shows itself to mariners by its plume of smoke. At night It not only glows continually, but sends out at Intervals more vivid flashes e of light after the fashion of a lighthouse. Stromboll's flashes, however, are not regular; and It is this Irregularity that gives it its marked individuality. "In the crater Is a continually boiling reservoir of lava. The scuin of molten rock gathers and partly obscures the glow at times; then the gathered steam and gas pressure blasts the film away and the white-ho- t liquid casts Its heightened glow on sky and clouds. "In the ages during which lava and ashes have been cast up through Its vent, Stromboll has built Itself Into an almost perfect cone, like the Japanese Fujiyama. The island is circular and Is about eight square miles In area. The mountain rises about 3,000 feet above the surface of the sea and Deabout 6,000 above its floor. spite Its constant rumblings Strom- - Swedes Send Sons Home Once Lonely Isle Made Over by Panama Canal From Abroad for Army Stockholm. Sweden, too, has a foreign legion, but It Is made up of sons of emigrants who wish their hairs 'to keep the Swedish nationality and therefore send them here to perform their military service. Some of these boys hardly know Swedish. Thus a conscript by the name of Dahl, born In Tangier, Is now enrolled in the Royal Svea bodyguard and a Spanish born lad named Glas Is In the same regiment. The machine gun company has three young Swedes, born In Finland, and from Egypt there are alIn Egypt ways some recruits. there are no taxes for Swedish subjects, due to the "capitulation" system. mssm&stjmjam Machinery in Brituh Cotton Mill Made Junk 1 CASlIl recently saw disappear its last hope of renewed prosperity, the machinery In the village mill, which formerly employed a tJtal adult population It was, they felt themselves lifted from the ground. Mr. Evans said that he could see the wreckage of his house, among It being the cook stove, going round and round over his head. The eldest child, a girl of seventeen, being the most exposed, had her clothing completely torn off. But none of the family was hurt." Mr. Justice Indorsed Mr. Keller's story with the following words: for "Mr. Keller's reputation truthfulness and sobriety is of the best. Apparently be Is entirely capable of making careful and reliable observations." As Wakeful restless CHILD needs Castoria E can never be sure just what makes an infant restless, but the remedy can always be the same. Good old Castoria! There's comfort in every drop of this pure vegetable preparation, and not the slightest harm in its frequent use. As often as Baby has a fretful spell, is feverish, or cries and can't sleep, let Castoria soothe and quiet him. Sometimes it's a touch of colic. Other times it's constipation. Or diarrhea a condition that should always be checked promptly. Just keep Castoria handy, and give It promptly. Relief will follow very promptly; if it doesn't you should call a physician. 'All through babyhood, Castoria should be a mother's standby; and wise mother continues it in more liberal doses as a child grows up. Says Alphabet Letters Are Pictures of Mouth London. When man first started to write, the forms he made were In Imitation of the shape of the This theory mouth in speuklug. has been advanced by Sir Richard Paget, famous authority on speech. When the various alphabets of the world are examined. Sir Richard explained, the symbol for 'M" almost invariably represents two closed lips which Is the position of the mouth in pronouncing that letter. "B" also shows the two closed lips In profile. In the English alphabet nearly all the letters thus picture the mouth In speech. The letter "A." formerly written on Its side, repre- sents an open mouth, the letter "O" the rounded mouth necessary for pronouncing that letter. The upright letter "1" with the dot over It represents the raised tongue not In the quite touching the palate. letters "L" and "T" the contact of the tongue with the palate Is actually made. Though these letters sound so different, they are made by the tongue In very much the same position. And the symbol is almost the same, as a "T" Inverted. A Department . Wanted Hoqulam, Wash. A civic oversight will be remedied here when the city council creates a water department. E. J. Austin was appointed water superintendent last October, but to date no department has been created for him to supervise. REALLY BURNING ISLAND A Oy sTfjf lllltlil"" j Pltcalrn. Modern habits have come to this, once the loneliest Is land settlement, and authorities are worried. For years the Inhabitants, who number only 1!)9, were content to be governed simply by a chief magistrate and were very religious. Since opening the Panama canal, Pltcairn has been on the direct route to New Zealand, and vessels which seldom paid the Island a call now arrive at least once a week. "Under the Influence of Increased prosperity, the Islanders appear to be losing their reputed simple mode of life," says H. G. Pilling, assistant to the high commissioner for the western Pacific. boll Island has had Inhabitants for many centuries; On It Is the little' town of San Vincenzo, surrounding which are fertile fields of grapes and figs. "The volcanic Isle Is one of the Lipari, or Aeolian Islands, which lie from 30 to 50 miles northwest of the Strait of Messina, which separates Italy and Sicily. Stromboll Is the northernmost of ties Islands and lies on almost a direct line between Aetna and Vesuvius. The three volcanoes are believed to be related geologically. "The central Lipari islands, and Sulina, have among their Inhabitants hundreds of political prisoners sent there by Italy. 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