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Abbeville Press and Banner (Newspaper) - October 13, 1909, Abbeville, South CarolinaPole the soil of Iii for three Hundred y lives to Long ant centuries ago men made up their i minds to reach the North pole and j v Vaince then Many have gone in search do of it to leave their Bones whitening a in the Arctic Circle. None found it at but what they did find in its sur be rounding regions has had an important place in the history of the or world. W that the quest for the North pole or has been More Persia tent and More the extensive than the Earch for the go South pole is obviously due to the or fact that the Arctic is much nearer i to the great maritime nations than is is the Antarctic and that its Waters i More nearly merge with those of the m highways of the sea Trade. In the first incentive which sent err Ai plovers into the Arctic regions had its or basis in the commercial instinct St and this instinct had two phases to one was to extend the limits of the is Northern fisheries the other a desire at to shorten the water route Between is the ports of Europe and the Orient either by a Northwest or Northeast passage. But while these incentives were predominating ones in the ear. Lier history of Arctic exploration allot of the More recent ones have been in the interest of scientific research. It is not known who was the first i to venture into the Arctic Region. The Region which As the Little girl 5 wrote in her Copybook is chiefly used cry for purposes of but As Nall Early As 1756 Frobisher made a voyage to the Southern extremity of i Greenland and the opposite american a coast and in 1585 the Strait forming pro the Entrance to the Arctic regions t West of Greenland was discovered by egg John Davis. In 1615 Baffin and blot a by passed through Davis Strait and sailed up the North water to Smith sound discovering on the homeward of bag voyage Jones sound and Lancaster gases sound which were closed by ice. Sex -cjj5 cent for the voyage in 1631 of Luke Fox who sailed up Fox Channel Toi Peregrine Point nothing further was this Learned of these. Regions for about Iii two Hundred years and Baffin s discoveries were almost forgotten. 0j i last Century s Kerr arc. Ca the interest in a Northwest passage by having revived. Commander John i Ross in 1818, set out with the Isa i Bella and Alexander. He confirmed i the accuracy of Baffin s observations to and in the following year lieutenant a Parry commanding the Hecla and a Griper sailed through Lancaster be sound. Some few years later sir of John Ross made another voyage in m the Victory and passed up Regent or Inlet to the Gulf of Boothia while a his Nephew James c. Ross traversed to the Southern part of Boothia and the a Strait named after him. A few years a earlier in 1s26, or. Richardson had or passed through Dolphin and Union be Straits and sighted Wollaston land the part of which was afterwards named the Victoria land by Simpson of the is Hudson Bay company who with a Dease in 1338-9, passed through to Dease Strait and the Entrance of la Simpson Strait while or. John Rae the in 1845-7, explored the Southern coast of the Gulf of Boothia from a r afro if o an who of of to few i r i j Auu Una Iio we but vow Fulord mayor s Bay on the West and w proved Boothia to be a Peninsula. Elf the successful though ill fated sex w proration of sir John Franklin in the 3earch of a Northwest passage set sail of from the thames on May 20, 1845, by with the Erebus and the terror in m Der command of captains Fitzjames to and Crozier Franklin passed through a Lancaster sound and As was after so Ward ascertained sailed up Welling of on Channel to Penny Strait and Down is Crozier Channel returning to Beechey a Island in Winter. Subsequently the of vessels made their Way to the North Ca wet Moat of Ticino William to clan i where Franklin died in june 1847. I the survivors under Captain Crozier of started in 1s48 for the great fish the River and their remains were found in along the route to Adelaide Penin Isula. The expedition had. Therefore til ascertained the existence of a sea passage from the Atlantic to the Chan a v Nels South of Victoria and Wollaston i land leading to Bering Strait. Kane after the pole. Hopeful of finding some tidings of her husband. Lady Franklin in 1852, sent Cut the Isabel and the com us Mander afterwards sir Edward Augustu Inglefield. Steaming up the open water stretching through seven Points of the Compass he sighted what is now known As Cape Louis Napoleon but he found no traces of Franklin despite a Long and diligent of search. Twelve months later or. I Elijah Kane in the United states 1��i or a Vonna full Atigh in Hie fro narc ostensibly Kane was on a Franlklin search Bat his real objective was the North pole. He explored the sea which is named after him and encountered Many hardships and met with numerous adventures. But he m was no More successful at finding these pole than he was in finding traces. Of Franklin. On july 10, 1360, or. Hayes who had served with Kane sailed from to ton for Smith sound in the Schooner United states of 130 tons a and a Crew of fifteen men. His ob4f u of sell Var a i Najt rut was Bucu be nut i in search opened by or. Kane. He Winter Dat port Foulke about ten Miles at from Cape Alexander which forms w the Eastern Portal of Smith sound. 111 or. Hayes crossed Smith sound in the Spring with dog sledges but his l f observations Are not to be depended do on and it is very Uncertain How far 1 be advanced northward on the other i aide. He returned to Boston on of so Tober 23, 1861. With the ill fated Jeannette exp w lotion began a series of Arctic vessel which had been Ai fitted out in 1879 with the intention is of making an Effort to locate the to North pole was under the command f of lieutenant de Long of the United i states Navy. Less than two weeks be after having entered the Arctic Ocean the Jeannette became solidly to Frozen in an ice pack and never is at caped from it. In the grip of what w 3 Effort. " m ears adventurers have risked tragic history of search. I 1 Andre most notable victims f0 est North p by to ti4 or so As to prove her Tomb the luckless Issel was carried hither and thither r the Drifting ice. Eventually she g As crushed and her people had to Andon her forming a on a Darby Berg. This was in june 18s1. About 4 o clock the next morning be of the survivors wrote the Camp As aroused by the Man on the watch Ying turn out if you want to see j e last of the she is most of the ghastly rec d continues had barely time to go be when amid the rattling and p singing of her timbers and Iron Ork the ship righted and stood Al pc Ost upright the floes that had come and crushed her slowly backed off to id As she Sank with slightly the Yard arms were i ripped and broken upward parallel a the masts and so like a great m unit Skeleton clapping its hands w Ove its head she plunged out of p w de Long s tragic Fate. F. The Jeannette had been provisioned a r three years but As no tidings had p Ien received of her up to 1s81, two her vessels were sent in search of Dir. One party under the command 6 Engineer George w. Melville of g a United states Navy reached w Yakutsk and afterwards round these Dies of de Long and some of the t new. To quote from Melville s own n Irra Tive i identified de Long at a glance t his coat. He Lay on his right Side Ith his right hand under his Cheek s head pointing North and his face ironed to the West. His feet were Awn slightly up As though he were 1 keeping his left Arm was raised with in Elbow Bent and his hand thus Rizo tally lifted was Bare. About or feet Back of him or toward the is i found his Small notebook or a journal where he had tossed it it a his left hand which looked As Lough it had never recovered from in act but had Frozen As i found it j � of Ramseu. Perhaps no better picture of terrors the Arctic and its stabbing cold n be found than that which is Given St r or. Melville a cold Barren v Bateau Between a Small outlying Montory and a Bleak weathermen Rock of red senite reaching up w the skies on which even the mosses id lichens would scarce grow. The Ging of the ind and the pitiless m a and the Roar of the Black water 01 the Bay dashing Over the ice foot Ade the lonesome picture look Coldan Dmore appalling. Drifts of ice or id Snow choked the ravines and holds but saving ourselves the missed Skeleton like survivors not living thing appeared on the Whit m led landscape. The Region truly emed to be the most desolate on e face of the Earth. It looked As Foug n the curses of 10,000 witches id descended upon and blasted it id even the Birds would not dare to be their flight across the lifeless and lest they too fall victims into e death Gap below. Struggling up the Valley of death the inst the frantic wind from the Low is lint to the Westward of the Campha Here we managed with difficulty to feet a Landing in our whaleboat � first came upon Tho remains of i e Winter habitation a parallelogram four Walls about three feet High lilt of Loose Stone the inside dimension being eighteen by Twenty Ziro feet with a Tunnel or covered us a a lug Luc i Ukuta Utu air Ethward. This hut had been roofed re with the whaleboat turned up Down and covered with the sails 01 id tent cloths the smoke flue made scold tin kettles bound with bits of of Vas was thrown to one Side and de iter had risen in and about the reached dwelling place to a height eight inches concealing much of he e foul evidence of squalid misery y which its poor occupants had lived in is off fur and cloth clothing empty to a cans and the sickening filth of Terenty five men for nine months Lay Al saved and scattered about a Verita augean on August 11, 18s1, the Steamer eve proteus conveyed lieutenant Greely be id his party to lady Franklin Bay. A House was built and they were left Arith two years provisions. The Reg Wiar series 01 was at by ice commenced and two Winters Ere passed without Accident. Travin parties were also sent out in the of timer dogs having been obtained do disco. Lieutenant Lockwood in Ade a journey along the North coast of Greenland and reached a Small in land. Or. Pavy and another went i Short distance beyond the Winter m Carters of the Alert and a trip was Ade into the Interior of Grinnell ind. Relief of Greely. Vij As no Succour arrived in the Sumer of 1883.though relieving ves re 1s had been dispatched both in 1s82 de Arctic temp l Crystal Palace foun wilderness of changeless Arctic temples of ice j or a me icy Beseris or ure Emanu cd Ere found by the survivors of the be fated Erichsen expedition to the Ici Orth pole. A Crystal Palace of Suvi Rhuman architecture vaster than in zen cathedrals and egyptian Ter Les resplendent with jewels and a Odless decorations of ice is de i ribbed. St created by nature in a forbidding or wilderness it frightened and awed in in explorers. The dreams of poets said the fancies of epic bards were m i passed by this vision of colossal a Velines which the Painter Achton in Ries a member of the expedition idea voted to carry away for the Infelt of the dwellers in civilization. A More than a mile in length the Fly Nave of this Temple was pierced be intervals with windows through i Hick the gleaming Sun rays sparkled Tii id 1ss3.lieutenant Greely started of lady Franklin Bay with his in on August 9, expecting to find vessel in Smith sound. On october l they were obliged to encamp at ipe Sabine on the Western Shore of Nith sound. A few depots were und which had been left by sir Eorge Nares and lieutenant Beebe it All were exhausted before the ring. Then came a time of acute suffering and Jath from slow starvation. When be relieving steamers thetis and Sar finally reached Cape Sabine lieutenant Greely and his comrades Ere found just alive. During recent years there Hare in numerous efforts to solve the Dale of the North. Andre attempt lit in a balloon and added an ther Riddle of what became him. Then the Duke of the Bruzzi Nansen Fiala and most Persten of All. Commander r. E. Sary All essayed the discovery of in pole. Nansen entered the Polar e with the Fram in 1903, and Iron ghost two Winters drifted Wara one Puie Usu Revei Yucai Lough to locate it. Captain Cagni. Be of the Abruzzi party reached to 5 degrees 34 minutes North the Ost Northern record up to 1906, but hich was subsequently eclipsed by Gary. Following these came Walter Ellman e. B. Baldwin and Fiala. A. Cook and once More that for the pole r. E. Ary both found it. There have been 578 expeditions rented against the North pole and l against the South pole since 1800. Reat Britain leads with 107 Northard and 25 southward. Russia is cond with 105 North and 1 South he United states is third with 84 rth and 12 South. The Pigeon is found in every part the t lobe. There r re More than 600 women dying n Dicine at the French Unior Sites. The boys of ancient Egypt played Ith toy soldiers. It is persistently reported thai Exico is about to remove the duty i wheat. The earliest known Cook Book was Intel in Venice in 1475. At the end of 1908 there were 41,7motor vehicles in use in Gerany including 20,928 motorcycle s. Cats have thirty Teeth and dogs try two. The provincial legislature of new Runswick seems to think Well of ving the right to vote to women. Eat hard food if you wish to keep e Teeth clean and Reserve the advice of or. George Cunningam. It has been estimated that rats in Igland do damage to the extent of 5,000,000 annually. Guatemala now ranks next to brain importance As the source of apply of Coffee. Ecuador is rapidly pending its Cocoa production. Five australian states Are Desir Isof borrowing on an extensive ale for railway construction and her Public works the total amount sired $60,000,000. With a View to supplanting the Rise cars of Crosstown lines in new a the receiver of the thir avel Railroad is experimenting with o cars one an electric storage Bat Rycar and the other a gasoline Hectric car. Ancient egyptians to save their is decorated their eyelids with Tauti Ful Black velvety Antimony lint which protected from Glare id egyptian sore eyes. The paint ent Back near the ear to end in a Rybol. The men of forty nine the Calini pioneers Are rapidly Are now Only sever embers of the Sacramento society California pioneers. The eighth Ember recently died and the Servo reacted As pallbearers. And burners. The free list. The president was making out intact Konsto the Tariff dinner. That s my personal free list he marked with a Ledger. Les of ice. A amid the Frozen Greenland. I columns and cubes and immense usters of stalactites like Pendant Wels. Through the Centre of the e Palace flowed a Stream of Wate Hose occasional Ripple and splash fall broke the Majestic silence. Far North it is possible that ice dates and temples should endure without change longer than human ruptures of Stone. The. Carcasses of historic monsters have remained violate in Arctic tombs for Thoun Sof years while Granite pyramids have worn Uway and Babylon civilization has been buried Deef. The Tribune. At present the monastery of St i Nard costs about $9000 a year to up up. This Money is partly col Tedin Switzerland and partly Deve from the Revenue of the Icona scorer. 1 Iff i Tii mow Perfi i ilium a first Ide second a. , Maklon thee music easy to find. Have you Ever tried to find a favorit song among 150 or 200 sheets of other music if you have you i i Iii l Fly lbs i know that the mythical pastime of locating a Needle in a Haystack is a comparative task. Now comes a new York Man with a Sheet music Cabinet that solves the difficulty. This cab net is a three sided affair revolving an a stationary stand. The compartments for the music Are arranged in the form of Steps and hold the sheets in a vertical position with titles of each showing above the titles of those below. In such a stand several Hundred pieces of music May be kept without confusion and anyone can be found almost at a glance. To facilitate matter the sheets May be kept in alphabetical order or the vocal and instrumental music can be separated 01 both methods May be used in con Junction. Such a Cabinet is Conven Lent for use both at Homes and in music stores or Post v of the -11,000,000 families in France nearly 2,000,000 Are child less. Making i i f la Lair Tikal Ulfik a dear sir you Aire an idiot. Sir yes an idiot and if you Lac Bon vivant. Holds phonograph discs. Another Type of Holder for phonograph records is the Wall bracket designedly a Louisiana woman. The advantage claimed for this Holder is m of in lids keep out the dual i of their wantin to be like us selves utterly . Corkscrew has rival. How Many times have you Given a Corkscrew a last desperate yank to have it come ripping out and the Cork remain in the bottle torn up to such an extent that it is impossible to get another hold on it if you have had this experience you will Welcome the news that there is a new Cork extractor in the Market which not Only has not the bad habits of the old Corkscrew but will extract a Cork after the Centre has been pulled out by the latter. This new extractor which was devised by a Connecticut Man consists of two pieces of wire having their upper ends hinged and forming a handle part and crossing each other at the Middle after the fashion of roof Ryfa the lower ends Are pointed and curve toward each other. These Points Are thrust into a Cork and As the operator pulls on the sex. Tractor the wires grip the tighter. It does not require much Cork to give a r i l "h.1jjm grips tighter As you pull. Purchase and the device will be found i invaluable when a Corkscrew has succeeded in Only mutilating a Cork. Washington Star. It Strong. 1 any intelligence you would see the Rof rpnnrri., As it Luu Loicl Nvvf of _. Free from dust As the most airtight of wooden cases. The device consists i of a Rod fastened to the Wall so that it maintains a vertical position. Pivoted to this Rod Are holding plates i so arranged that they swing Back and Forth and Are out of the Way when not needed. Each of these plates is a Little larger than a phonograph disc in circumference and deep enough to hold several. A practically airtight lid fits Over the top of each and along j the Side is a Finger opening by which the lid May be lifted or the records taken out. A pin running up through i the Centre of the plate pierces the Hole in the Centre of the disc and one in the lid. The bracket stands far j i enough from the Wall that the plates a can be turned in behind i a More Menuau. Successful. I started out on the theory that the world had an opening for me. And i went to find did you find it of. Yes i m in a i sch old j for Comfort. Those who care More for Comfort a than for. Personal appearance Are and. Vised to let the perspiration Eva or j ate from their faces and hands in j Stead of wiping it off. This Way Cool. Ness lies. It lies so near in fact that the Rule has to be followed with Dis j creation else a chill May be the news. I j gasoline stoves. When you decide to buy a gasoline j 6tove, says a writer in Good House keeping be sure to have it burned off before it is sent Home. These stoves Are oiled it seems in order to keep them in Good condition in the store and people have been burned j seriously besides running the risk of firing the House when using one for he first time. R wide meshed window curtains of a very open mesh Diamond shaped or Square will air than no Nill Cable us 1coo Yigui Usu materials like Batiste crepe and dotted Swiss. All of these latter materials will Cut in time after having been burned j although imperceptibly by the Sun s rays. The More open weaves will not suffer in the same Way because some of the direct sunlight has percolated through them instead of remaining to scorch York press. Health hints. If one cannot copy the old time women with their aromatic herbs there Are Many things which can be used in the water to soften it and make it More refreshing. Among these is a Lemon Cut in slices and placed in the Bath ten minutes before Nainor a Little Borax will also soften the water or a bag about five inches j Square filled with half bran and half Oatmeal. Olive Oil is an excellent Fastener. Some can take a tablespoonful after meal easily. It stimulates and makes Active the digestive organs clears the complexion and makes the eyes Bright and her Aid. A Dainty Pincushion. Among the Many charming and attractive novelties seen in the shops one of the dainties was a neat Little Pincushion about six inches Square covered with Fine pique. It was deeply scalloped around the Edge in such a Way that they alternated the big scallops falling below to give the a j Yearance of a double frill. The top of the cover which had a White background had a convention j Al design in Wallachia embroidery done in several shades of Pink. In the Centre was a Large embroidered Monogram. This pretty and convenient Little Novelty would be a most appropriate gift for the traveler who can not have too Many Dainty hand made York press. India relish. As the making of proprietary commercial articles is usually a Trade secret i am not Able to Tell you just How manufactured India relish is wore is in Rule. How w r i Ever for its making chop Fine a Small head of cabbage six onions twelve Green peppers and two quarts of Green tomatoes. Sprinkle Over them one cupful Salt and let stand until the next Day. Drain off All the liquid and put the vegetables in a Kettle. Barely cover with vinegar. Add one half cupful Mustard seed one teaspoonful celery seed and one half cupful of sugar. Boil five min utes take from the fire and put in Glass or Stone jars. If you like the relish Sweet More sugar can be added. Add at the last one table spoonful English ton Lemon two cupfuls water with one cupful sugar beat until cold. Add grated Rind of one Lemon and juice of three Lemons. Freeze. Cucumber two cucumbers and place them in Clear cold water. When ready to serve Cut j them in two Lengthwise and Lay on a salad dish Flat Side Down. Then slice across without disturbing their shape i. And add French dressing. Filling for Washington j the Whites of two eggs stiff add j three Quarter cup confectioners us i Gar and beat then add two or three j teaspoonfuls melted chocolate Andone half Teaspoon Vanilla. This is also delicious As frosting on a custard pie. Orange and rhubarb marmalade. 1 Peel six oranges and one Lemon j slice the pulp and Cut the Peel into j shreds put in a preserving Kettle and add one quart rhubarb Cut Fine about 1 two pounds now add one and one half pounds sugar. Boil about one 1 hour or until quite thick. I i Spanish finely enough 1 cooked beef to make two cups. Melt two rounding Tablespoons of butter 1 add one Small onion minced Fine Cook until Light Brown add one Quad i Ter cup of flour and stir until Brown. Add the meat one cup of beef Broth one cup of strained tomatoes and heat Well. Add Salt and Pepper and serve on a hot disc or in a Rice of order. Meat scraps left from any kind of cooked meat and put in sauce pan with Gravy if you have it if not cover with water. Season Well act one Tomato if you have it. And one tablespoonful of butter. When it is hot place in baking dish and Cove with mashed potato. The potato forms a crust for your pie. And if dotted with lumps of butter and browned quickly you May have a tempting luncheon dish made of left c overs from your Day before s dinner j i a decade of american j railways. " s the american Railroad system Hanges while you wait. You can see t grow. A decade ago the railways received Only a billion and a Quarter dollars from the patient people hard More than our annual National they ewer and a half the passenger traffic mounted to Only 13.3 billions of Niles for one passenger now it amounts to 29.5 billions of Miles. ? n other words if one passenger were Jarried each week Day from Des Vilines Iowa to the Sun his journ6y-j a in. no would i airy re Prebem. Me a an Edaily travelled by passengers of american railroads. .3 our freight traffic too is bigger.1 n one year we carried a billion tons 3f freight an average of two hundred1 ind forty Miles each. If each Man. Woman and child \ this country hauled each Day five Hundred pounds f freight a distance of thirty two. Miles they would not accomplish Ini the year the vast amount of carrying that the railroads perform. The next ten years will show still greater Progress. Many railroads \ chill be rebuilt others will be roadbed new tracks Newi stations stronger locomotives bigger 1 and Batter of these Are in the estimates of the next decade and if the people stay awake and demand their rights the whole vast engine of Progress will be equitably Ana efficiently administered in the inter if est,1 not of Stock jobbers but of investors employees passengers and Magazine. Words of Wisdom. Love Levels All things if it s realty on the level. The fellow who does t look out for no. 1 is a Back number. The dead sure thing is often so v dead that it can t be resuscitated. $ a Man cannot serve two masters any More than a woman can serve style and Comfort. A smart saying should t leave too much of a smart. The political Plum always seems 7just Ripe enough to pick. Marriage is the Monotony that re. Is lives the excitement of life. J it in t Only the Golf player who Foo Les his Way through life. A the Man who is font of of telling you. That business is business really Means i a that business is a pleasure. The assertive Man spends half his ,. A life looking for a Hole to crawl out lots of people who claim to love a their enemies will go Back on a Friend. Many a woman considers that her. Ii husbands sole claim to cleverness lies in the fact that he married her. Some people will to Aiosi any. Thing to save trouble while other Are equally anxious to get rid of it. The fellow with Money to spend is the one whose funny stories Al ways get the laugh. When you Bury the Hatchet it in t / Worth while to erect a Monument Over it. The chances Are it will be dug up again dyspeptic philosophy in the new Yorac times. F Yankee tars amaze neapolitan. Some american sailors who had been indulging in Liberal pot Tiona and had had rows with some of the Many bad characters of Naples were conducted by the police to the Centra police station yesterday. Tired of waiting in the courtyard two of them noticed a column leading to an upper Story and climbed it like monkeys while the astonished police ordered them to descend. Arrived at the upper Story the sailors climbed the Balustrade and entered the town Hall amid the Lively curiosity of Ushers clerks and porters. Then they leisurely passed through the Halls j and at last descended the Central staircase where they found their Way to the Street. # in a Lew minutes they sauntered Back into the courtyard to the further Surprise of the guard. All were then marched off to the police magistrate who on hearing of the adventure and seeing the laughing faces of the sailors liberated the whole Batch. The sailors gayly thanked him and the whole crowd went Back to the hip thoroughly amused. Naples correspondence new York world. Dogs in Germany. The Dachshund is the favorite dog in Germany and a very useful and pleasant companion he seems to be. The English bulldog is a Good second a popularity and the nearer he is to our Standard Points the better he is like Superior Quality. It is All consume Don that Island. World 3ress

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