Evelyst B. Baldwin, the American explorer, has sailed from Chrlatlana and hope, to plant the flan of onr country at (lie north pole before thl Ulna next rear. The explorer expressed 'confidence that tha American energy and money collated In the enterprise and the novel method brought to Ita aid would brill success to tlie elTorti of himself and his associates. Three ves-Mia. ves-Mia. well provl.loned. a large com-lany com-lany of scientists and everything In way of equipment that experience ould suggest make up the etpedltlon. nd all are now on the aeaa bound northward. Mr. llaldwln, on the ateamer Anier-lea, Anier-lea, the flagship, will go flrat to Archangel, Arch-angel, where he will take on 425 dona, fifteen Siberian Don let and tlx Sllierisn dog tralnera. Forty-two men In all 'ceompany him on the America. Thle I Q EVELYN B.BAUWLN la the Brat time that Siberian ponlea have been used la arctic exploration. and the voyagers expect Important remits re-mits from the experiment. The America waa preceded norrh-ward norrh-ward by the two other vcaaela of the expedition, the rrlthjof and the Bel-glca. Bel-glca. The America and Frlthjof, which aalled together from Chrlsllsna, parted cumpany at Honlngsvoag. tha Frlthjof calling direct for Kranx Jo-aeph Jo-aeph l-and. The llelgla aalled for the cant coaat of Greenland to eatabllah "I ply itatlona. From Archangel Mr. Baldwin export ex-port to skirt the northern coaat of Norway to Vardoe, from where he will tart within a few days to begin In earneat his daah for a new farthest north. Cheklb llcy, the new Turkish mln-later mln-later to thla country. Is a keen-going sportsman and eitenalre breeder of thoroughbred horses. In which ha takes a (teat Interest.