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Gleaner, The (Newspaper) - December 11, 1937, Kingston, Kingston I don't thins i- to I ITALY'S PIANO Paolo diminutive piano soloist from who made hia American debut recently In New Without a trace of nervousness the garbed in black mounted hia high scat and launched Into music by Schumann and others that amazed a critical audience Haile Selassie Too Poor To Heat Home Jewels Staff Travel time Xing of Lion of. still lilted in the telephone book as Emperor of Jn his cloak as he the corridors of his Bath he cannot afford coal for the Linden Laing in the Daily t saw the ex-Emperor hie beard trim as and the dignity of his bearing his confession of before he went to worship in the little conservatory which has been converted into a He prays there each night and a When I asked if present circumstances depressed the the answer still has faith in That is his that no adversity can Haile I am paid for the villa in which two members of his hia bodyguard and hia HC spent further on the house before moving in. A considerable sum must have gone on special locks and door for Haile Salassie is still guarded as he was in hia He paid the with silver carried from To Sett Haute And A member of the Emperor's staff told Emperor is anxious to sell the house as soon as He does not want to make any profit on it He also wants to sell his big German wants to move into smaller every economy must how In a smaller house some of the would have to be boarded out That would be We talked in the chilly drawing room furnished with antique chairs of Imperial red and of the splendour of Addis The i was is only lighted on very special house haa ho central The only open fires to burn regularly are those in the Emperor's and in the nursery where five children The melancholy Ethiopian to whom I talked it is true that we must cut down even on He pointed out thet this discussion of ways and means caused Emperor considerable and I pressed for details of the capital now available he referred me to a statement in which the Emperor said he brought from Ethiopia only sufficient silver for his immediate and was now left with no keep appealing to the Emperor for I was is very difficult for them to realise how circumstances have the Emperor's secretary travels to London he always of the expense the Emperor has lately taken to travelling to London life is very daily walks snd writing in his No elaborate or large-scale a few individual there is a Are in the Bath how the Emperor's have The other day a local jeweller was offering for saie a platinum piece set with The was 18s. It was one of the few pieces of Jewellery that the carried Cousin In The Emperor's cousin and hU wife live converted garage in the 1 When they go shopping in the city and hire a they one of the smaller cabs thet ply for hire at 8d\ a The larger cabs cost 1*> a One child from the household a local elementary Knowledge thai the can no longer afford his formed style of living has not been effect on the people in this erat of ab many There is and but I doubt faith that still sends him to his chilly a is any sadder story in Bath today than I that of Haile A Modern Factor In Colonial Progress Recently that age-old question of the federation of the Wett Indies colonies has been revived in the utterances of certain prominent persona in Trinidad and Barbados the usual arguments pro and con have been paraded in the pub. lie press with mixed We do not propose to study the problem there is one development which competent students this question have held necessary to complete unification of these which is shaping itself slowly end perhaps without It it a development that has been a er scope however than it yet many We refer to the extension pf telephonic every student of the problem of West federation hen stressed the need of this medium communication between these colonies and with the outside How many are there in the West Indies that know of the development that has taken place communication in that While ac far this link perhaps has not been used tor the political purposes envisaged in its relation ate nevertheless it already has demonstrated its 4t> the commercial interests that the first ra nte communication the British Colonics was 0*a When temperatures 8ft recorded degrees below and ft above vivid contrast of these on that same in and in there was an unrehearsed lesson In the marvels learn without personal tuition believe if follow niy nf the and practice a each day you will soon master the Blep and t I g OV 0100 HI rhythm any a peed of in i 4 or in Meaning that whether band a slow or a very fust you can Swing to it. Here is a simple description of the rhythm of of dances fei common time are counted in Quicks and the taking one beat of the and the Slow stepa two Thus throe stepa equal one bar of the first taking one beat or the second the and the third two beats or a is normal .i very Qun I ran halt a An 11' ivii ilie i- Id play a trot em than the other is always the count each I raying Q the hint Q its The Then or t a-i quirk Slow Quick be easy to out your rhythm from this simple ex Walking in Slide the Right foot forward on the ball of the an far as you can then lower the heel ho as to let the weight come on lo the whole Keep the knee flexible and relaxed but don't bend it. Repeat this with the left Here is the Vol | to hack 1 .i i utep to the side with oi slightly to omit Quick half a. ose lo left should now be direct ion in d v outside ol steps i j I j T and s | steps in Quar j The i steps is i I he ei i j as it is one oi of the 1 j Cut this ies for flit are reft If you are in write of this by ma in h son and any doubt me c/o the ' alio a Ni on any Editor Mr. tor large enough for u incased human These have been Thi niei Jacob Is Now A Modest rne Man Who Could Swallow Anything Dabbler In Stocks And Shares ' Tried Films But Did Not To His First The Stock Oct. Ex- a car in lie has sold Jacob promoter them all and goes everywhere by and opportunities of this telephonic First one grasped the marvel of spaa nine a distance with the ease and clarity with which one might speak on telephone to his next doer it exemplified very the uses to which such a service might be put by winter sojourners in the West Indies desiring to keep in daily touch with their business or domestic interests in their northern - That was in 1038. Within the last twelve Jamaica has been placed within speaking distance of Canada and new link has been forged with this increasingly popular winter for Canadians and Already it has proved booni to those engaged in commerce Between this island and the Dominion and it would be idle to attempt to speculate on the amount of money it has saved Jamaican fruit producers and Canadian by its use have been able to check thoroughly on production and marketing service to the is best demonstrated in the case of on invalid visitor to Jamaica last Spring Who stricken again with a for which he had been under treatment before leaving Canada wag able to consult his own physician in Montreal for advice on the treatment to be followed while away from So much for the domestic and commercial benefits of radio telephonic Great as these there ia an even greater significance in the opportunity such communication presents for ing those portions of the Empire so linked together in the way of Imperial information the Broad Street in which the British public lost thousands of left England in 1930. Recently the report of the Senior Official on the now in compulsory showed that 1,622,927 was in exchange for unmarketable In three The showed cash payments to Jacob Factor of An attempt was made to secure Factor's extradition from the United Nothing came of it. This story tells Factor is how life modestly in C. V. ft. Sunday Express Correspondent NEW The Factor haa gone Into business In America that newa is quite because all America remembers about Mr. Factor ia that he was something of a public You wat awaiting extradition proceedings in he happened be kidnapped and hit ion Jerome happened to be The British then allowed the extradition proceeding i to lapse to enable Mr. Factor to identify the dreaded Roger Tuohy aas his Gam So Mr. Factor gained his freedom and the title of to American and those investors in the promotions of the little Jew who roae from a barber's shop to a bucket shop gained Today Jakob factor is playing the part of. Jacob He haa which ajMi to fellow everywhere he wnw I the be looking fer He has abandoned the where he used to rub shoulders with Chicago's fleshy He given up hia elaborate where he had every known kind 6t burglar Now he ia living the life of a modest dabbler in stocks and He some of his time in is mostly an There he and his family live quietly in a four-roomed furnished apartment in a hotel at Lincoln The furniture and fixtures are simple but i Sold Hia Car i That home is long way from the i ritzy hotel where Mr. Factor lived i during his It la Still a er way from the little barber's shop where he used to shave for ten cents and gaxe out of the at the Savings bank i thinking how much money he would like to He does little occasionally goes to dinner wild some of his His who wears clothes of design and everywhere With Mr. Factor does not even own and Every step this communications development in. deed advance on that closer touch necessary to the complete unity of Empire thought and Canada West Indies He spends most of his day in. a office in Chicago's Loop From that office he conducts his new needless to concerns mostly stocks and But Mr. Factor is on what America calls the of the stock Now he is not promoting stock he ia buying it Ia Hollywood speculations are They are all alone very quietly because Mr. Factor is shy of publicity these But there is a story in the Grain Exchange that he did make himself some large money recently in Mr. Factor's other business is He has been quietly engaged in arduous ditties as a Hollywood producer for nearly a year and a halt Telia Ali swallow arctic live dent of Daily his White-skinned daughter on thi tends to take his body to the Uni i ted States in the Queen I It was claimed for Hadji Ali who was an that the | bathing in the He a live fish and a great deal of They thought lie would but he just spat out and i fifteen tie demonstrated He could not read or He knew no a was on the stage and Colonel once a leader of known as j the Abyssinian Air later Hadji earned big money in 1,000 a week I was building him up here and had a Continental tour Hadji Ali died without making a Mr F. Ellis But last night the Institute 1 have not but wc should very much like to see the Almina told me in her suite at the Piccadilly of her hopes and Father's she lying embalmed at Wolverhampton where he died from bronchitis and heart he was only DOCTORS BAFFLED offer for his stomach after death varied at different doctors saw X-rayed He was a Rockefeller Institute had offered i for his stomach after tration on her gins Life At 70 - On Horseback In Hollywood he lived slightly with two The mys more you have to make some concessions to show in He rented an house on a swanky street lined by waving palm but his house was smaller than those surrounding it. It was nicely but not expensively Factor kept two a housemaid and a He entertained only a few quiet for dinner and He had one He Gave Up He was popular among the film i tery of it I cannot could could swallow thirty pints of water and a pint of he eject the water and put out the gas which he had discovered his great gift by He was seven years one fairly good starring George and several poor smaller told his associates that he did not like the film The chief reason for his never went round like was that he did not make the stars His closest friend the late Al gagman for the Marx and Jack Factor worked hard snd So. he shut up his dismissed the servants sold his car and flew to his favourite and his favourite and of is 70. Her motto in life Try every thing That is why she has taken up she has never been on a horse before In her Her Mrs. P. is secretary of a Kingston riding Often Mrs. Goddard heard her enthuse about riding as a made up her mind that what her daughter could do she could Of her Mrs. Symons said to the is always ready and eager to try new last year she insisted on going alone to Paris for her not content with the milder thrills of the boat and insisted on flying She has found a new thrill in she just loves it. Her says she has perfect which is most essential in believed that Mr shortly announce to the The cornea of an rabbit is too small to be res i a human Mi. has found it is The cornea is the a skin of the eye disease UNLIMITED In an opaque cornea is e. normal healthy one is 1 Eyes surgeons have i. capped by the human 1 hey rely on being able to li Says Dickens Made Errors In English DR. ROOSEVELT CITES AUTHOR'S BULLS November 26--President Roosevelt and Charles Dickens are in the same boat Dr. Janet the Colombia University professor who gave the President a good scolding because he used as a conjunction in a recent to-day revealed before the National Council of Teachers of English that Dickens made approximately mistake in English usage for every thirty words he up has been regarded with approval by English and committed the crime of not knowing how to according to Dr. most common the Columbia professor capitalization of She pointed out in this the author of ami Tale of Two pretty well with 1,400 Indiana and Ohio teachers whoso the same But tin the of an to far er depths of degradation than The split ihc substitution of plural or even level The ti I in cerM arc an This Man Claim vice i ions to the ant and school what in la Village feasor England u Ivii Columbia Jar Of Soup Will Feed 4,000 i Mr. Tanes son oi a tenner Slates and a frequent to ivas siting in club u when he read that experts studying the food situation believed that L 20.000.000 naval and air base at might be - a d out in Mr thinks he has the solution to this not in but in as He explained to a Express the process is lor from tobacco and hides and o that they will be almost heard of the process while I was in The cr. is a Canadian NO DETERIORATION idea of drying foods is na what is new and rewi about this process is that the drying is done without the cellular result is that no can take place and and when restored by alter their original size and retain and vitamins so well that they cannot be distinguished from the important these dried foods lose so much that food smirk lent for an rations for several days can bvr transported in one airplane iar of a sa e 4.000 people Cabbage Turnips I Spinach Onions 9 Stlin ' i - II HEADY TO BE entrants in the 6th annual Silver 1i> k i 1 i it as were these quintuplet owned by Captain C. S. Beale Miss 1- gavi thern a good in preparation for the and hung them up to are The Silver Bav show attracts hundreds ot American 1 i An de tele nana ah u all ' v. h ac i uk Do de rest (i end know money
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