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Boston Sunday Post (Newspaper) - December 10, 1922, Boston, Massachusetts
A a Sta a a3 it. I 1922 or a a has Jusi Raco Erek a cubist ,0f eco pts by web tmas�o8escamarvon._noted end archaeologist. Finds Antiques Worth $15,000,000�?prof. Whittemore in Boston praises discovery wre the line of carved figures Here reproduced represents a re log Iowa prac Sion of the egyptians. In places where the figures were broken the general contour has been traced out in dotted lines. The Tomiz of Egypt of forgotten Kings Haire yid Dod not Lar of Altir be foots. Led Cem Arren and or. Howard Carter famous Engedi a a Vliga Lagiss excavating near Luxor have uncovered the tent it of Ziemies in Tho history of egyptian exploration ii the Gopa. Arena of King tute Khamon of reigned aleut ism professor Thomas Whittemore american director of the of egyptian exp curation society now in Boston in elastic about the Success of lord coma Ron who is Hii a Tefr Imd. Pm of Eeor Whittemore is preparing for excavations in Bill Gevia which he Hopes will throw much Light on the beg mings of the Christian Church a subject on which Little authentic net option has been hitherto available. Above a Tomb similar to that of lord cams Ron and or. Howard Carter the famous English Arch eolo a to excavating below the Tomb of Itsai eats vi., near Luxor Egypt have american director with Headquarters where further information May a obtained of these important discoveries at Tremont Temple. Boston. King Tuka Kamen where the priceless Crown was uncovered Narvon. Egypt a Mast Beautiful woman King tutankhamen succeeded to the throne of this City through his mar it rage to a daughter of the pharaoh founder who died leaving no ms4e heirs. According to the historians discovered the funeral paraphernalia 15� daughters of the pharaoh were Beautiful the eldest being considered a vast amount of treasure and the Gem it in crafted throne of King tit Vankamen who reigned about a Issy b. C. Alide from the scientific value of these remarkable excavations the fion Cuury value of the discovered treasure is very Large. Early estimates made m the first opening of the two Cham Flonta diag the treasure have been it visa and me total estimated value a Lottie to qts is now placed at close Laded so valuable have the relics Post sep to be that further work on Thair recovery has been temporarily pending the completion of a flux dents for their preservation and Sale keeping of events relics works of Art that arc sex Becon automatically the Poi i up tip a government and in the Cairo museum. In Case however it is believed that relics found will exceed the pres a it capacity of the museum. No Dis Lon of this vast treasure has As yet announced but despatches from to Stote that the egyptian govern the most Beautiful we Oman in Egypt at that time. Added to her Beauty there was the additional incentive to Altora that her husband would probably Rule the land As her Consort. Tuka Kamen a Young Nobleman in whose veins there ran some of the Royal blood soon became the favored suitor. The Pharoah looked upon him with favor believing that in the Young but All this wealth was Only tia beginning of the find. There were other objects of Art and wealth that glittered in the Roem in which the sex Ploren stood. There were several Royal Sticks one of Ebony with the head of an Asi Atli As a handle of Gold. Another was of handsomest filigree work. There Wae also a Stool for a throne with asiatics carved on it. These carvings depicted the King with his foot placed on the necks of the prisoners taken in War. Above the picture of the princesses and be Faure aged perhaps 8 and 6 years Cushion by the Side of their Mother Queen Nefertiti. The part Here shown was All that remained red in Tail i Anarna. Seated of a remained when disco a there was an state of confusion. There was furn ure. Gold Beds eau Isle boxes and Alabaster vases similar to the ones found in the first chamber All piled High one on top them from thieves we re transferred for safety to these Chambers. 4r Oid Robbera try to break in King to the exporters Are Anglo sly awaiting the opening of the third Oham Ber which they believe will reveal the a the sealing and blocking of the of the other so closely packed that it and passages which have so far has been impossible to get inside As yet. A a numbers of these treasures were in a fairly Good state of preservation but been opened suggest that Metal Rob Tomb of the King. It a probable lha to if his body is found the it to will Alao he the bodies of numerous her Erica killed at the time of Hie death and Here had attacked these Chambers and buried with his body As an offering. That inspectors of Ramesha in. Had others Are in somewhat of a precarious reason to enter to Recluse them. Froni condition. The greatest care is being the famous Abbott and Ether papers it taken in handling them however and there is every Hope that most of them will be preserved. The Many Relias Ich have been discovered a re throwing Light on the possible reason for King tutankhamen a abandonment of the City of Al a Marg for they a How that during his re Len the old Pharoah died shortly after Content in the knowledge that his newly acquired son in Law would carry out the work which he had started. But the new King. Tuka Kamen. Had on a plans. Fot Soni it reason that is now veiled with the passing years in decided to abandon the City that had been founded to promote Only Good will. 1 he issued his decree ordering the inhabitants to depart from Lamarna and together with his court soldiers and vast wealth he moved the Capitol to Thebes. Drift is exerting Csc by Energy to has Molly prepare a proper place for paraphernalia a there were some quaint Bronze Gilt musical instruments and a robing Dummy for Royal wigs and Robes. There were also some exquisite Alabaster vases in delicate and unknown designs All of one piece and Blue egyptian r to i to a from the manner in which its con Elam a pro trussed Duck and haunches Oto Niron it f pharaoh and Tuka Kamen was made a great event within the Cut it the of these treasures had been Dos Pharoah himself performed the Cere a chamber. There Mony. The populace flowing gowns we Sci 31 Ltd known that these Royal tombs suffered at the hands of robbers but whatever the Chambers May have contained j there was a transit an from tha aunt originally their contents today Are Faith Back to the worship of amen., cause for a sensation in fhe j Are now incl lying to Tho a inc it h., a untouched Egv olog Leal j opinion that Tho King left Tho City that doubt to Hatthi u k in the second had been founded by the i Phanmaha on we a a wonderful collection of chamber which the excavators Are now account of the Rali Ous to Rahtz that a hint. / i s.ni.ui.e., which me excava Ore Are now account of the rail Lous to Raholp that i a a by evidence of existed in a Lal com Muhly. To Baihly he. Worth up was preferable new Experiment and. In make tha Tran altion Campiato Margot Asquith the sex premieres Breezy wife says Wilson trusted Only his inferiors 9f above and at the right arc seen figures found carved in Stone in Tell Lamarna. Many features of ancient egyptian life and customs have been Fly Eald to scientists through such drawings As these. Its installation. Dig under Tomb of Ramnaes lord cat darvon and or. Howard Niter a tarted their work of excavations of Yeargi months ago. They be cured a a a Foo Amon from the egyptian govern Fri that incr matted them to dig under it Emhof i. Their belief was the vast vault of the they would find another vault to Aslly. And cont mining the a Xing Tuka Kamen. Their As discovery has proved the Cor of their plans. Aoa arding to historians King Tukan Tswen who was burled with such pomp am Glendor that the relics in Only two Chambers of his Tomb new net at $16,000,000. Once reigned in the a e found funeral vast amount of jewel. And even the Gem encrusted throne upon which he sat. 4�? <7/ Iii Iii. Sex Premier of a sealed door lord Carnarvon and or. Carter Sun Vised a vast amount of excavations be fore the outer door of the chamber in which the treasure was discovered was unearthed. Then directly before them the found a sealed outer door which had been closed for centuries and this door was carefully pried open by the archaeologists. They were standing at tha head of a Short flight of Steps about 16 of him leading straight downward to a level proceeding Down this passage they found themselves again confronted with a Haw Saimi the door similar to the one which a i a of Lamarna. Of the a a City of the at the Entrance Refner Hor Aop of the disk thu door a opened a careful examen Aidin j of it a. Made and there were Urnis a Kabie of re closing. That is on the surface of the door there were Marks fingerprints the Imp to a known information about this strange in a \ Ighac dirt a on Unity of the past brought to Light. When the door had been calmed by a the City deserted by Kina Cen Turle ago. Vry be series of iving excitement the inner door Thia City Lamarna. Was de cried i was then opened. It was narrow and kor Xing Tuka Kamen who ordered his the exploring party had to squeeze a habitats to follow him and moved their Way into the Entrance. It of it Walls followed by slaves. An extraordinary sight met their eyes a Omlara. Women children. The King it is doubtful just what they had sex with All of his followers moved to the petted to discover but. Certainly the Puj Rattan City of Thebes near were Glamor of the sight that confront d them surpassed their wildest pipe a ancient City is at present in Theof excavation by the egyptian society. In fact Large sections of the City have already been Huncov Rod Slid a vast amount of hitherto in Anu a a of. a the wife of the England has written a Cotile More volumes of her autobiography. But this time she has less of the personal social Side in her Story and discusses rather the political episodes that she has seen in England at the close of the War. To americans her comments on Prosi Dant Wilson will prove of special interest and the of copts below Are Given by special permit stir a from the Book which has just been issued this week by George Doran co. Concerning anti Asbador Page or. Page was not Only one of the a Wisest but one of the Best of men. Fli lanky. Dislocated f Gure w As in a aug re on Tinl. Atn the pathos humor and gestures of i face had gained him Rin e am a flight. Of us All. He a i a n a he a m of mgt i countrymen As cannot but regard the illness which ended wit i his death a having been brought Abom but the continued efforts he made to the and his people into bring the Ine War. When Margot Mel a re. Wilson Kwh lire sent Tomb has been found Siamara was left deserted batting 111 Tho egyptian Sun. Lamarna has suru cd the stigma of Hartog Skaarud by it King. History has proved and the present excavations Vari. That it a one of the most Willile Aspari ments in Good will Ever Aputo Niakan by Roan through the count ppm centuries. The founder of i Irita. The pharaoh Akhnaton con the City on what he considered be Ideal lines. It was to be the 4v�lting place of his people who were live in peace and Harmony. There to be no sinister influences within Sralla Only quietness and brooding ton. A Dax Ling sight pharaoh Annaton was moved to the erection of the City through 1 desire to be rid of ills priests that a Dent in describing the of the purty Suys first they saw three Magna fluent statues All Gilt with exquisite carvings and the Heads of typhoon Panther and Hon. On these rested Beds beautifully carved Gilt and inlaid with Ivory and Semi precious atones and also innumerable boxes of. Exp Vulte workmanship. A one of these boxes was inlaid with Ebony and Ivory with Gilt inscriptions. A another contained emblems of the underworld. On a third which contained Royal Robes handsomely embroidered i Atti Day. Pec. 26, 191. I will a Tulip from my diary what i wrote of the Light Day of the 1918 elections. A a this fall Siul for us opened a Henry Gill Ltd Tiu Rray and Edwand Hifsy a org Ltd it deputation to con a to pies Deni Wilson the admiration fait for his Gre it idea involved in tii3 league of n Ationo. A a i Hay started at 1030 in the morning and when their interview was Over my but and and i motored through Thelea Orstad streets to attend the Guild Hall Whire a great company had Heen invited to see Tho Freedom of the Olav of London conferred upon the american Pras Dent. Every Eye was upon Pras Dent Wilson who was scented next to his wife on x vast Gold choir in the Centre of the platform. A i examined his Ianke face ago Taitl rpm a lightly Mouth and Charmia an egotist Uncertain in Hia personal relations because he is not grateful and a Man who trusts few and those a at a Hia inferiors. Quot a this last is what really counts men who Tike their Interior Seldom Ach Levo High purposes. Nevertheless pres it it Lent Wilson will go Down to history As having produced the apply great Idaa in the i War and after listening to on of the of Nafel a me Clma Slutt i Ever heard in my life at the mansion House lunch i said to a Vaal Quot what a Thara that Thia Man could not do if Hia moral stature we orig parable to Hli intellectual expr��iei7 a wife a of emf Prizie minister Rev Ris Ger Sig pm a rets of wit tip so iat Risun a a a beit Wells a Irr Duscis ratio a cosm to Kevalas a Trast. It waa the habit of the germans to Ohio a men of Honor for their ambassadors in London and to appoint As first secretariat men versed in politics a intrigue capable of keeping the Kaiser informed of every facet of our dome tic policy. Prince Lichnowski followed the footsteps of his Predeo Emor count Metternich and was a sincere and honest Man. He had a pointed had. A peevish Volpp and bad manner with servants. He combined in his personal Bearance a a recent f of mrs. As Quinli which she has taken a great . Her friends say it is a perfect likeness of her. Express a sound opinion in a i Prive us and the allies of the con i practically controlled the City of a a Niabes the Cepl tal. Having built. That or City he issued a Royal decree in a Ait Toig his Subj its to the new Home Flat specifying that no priests would i a allowed to enter. To tha end he remained obdurate Iritta idea. He did not believe in the if Laiglon taught by Hia priests so in a now and commodious City he Start a religion of his own. His subjects a god that the King recon outlying regions furnished Al Amar in with provisions wealth and Tius necessities of life. Witlin the 9�d Walls of the at Rase with precious Stopes and Golden uan chg if Loo frequent smile and noted the of Hia brow and . Dais were beautifully painted Hunting scenes. There was a tool of Ebony inlaid with Ivory with most delicately carved ducks fest. Quot beneath one of the couches was the state throne of King tutankhamen probably one of the Moat Beautiful objects of Art Ever discovered. There was i so a heavily guilt chair with portraits of the King and Queen tha whole encrusted with Turquoise Cornelian Lapis and other Semi precious stones. Quot two life sized statues of the King with Gold work holding a Golden stink and n to Ltd a faced each other. They had handsome feature and of feet and were the i it Euple Delie apply carved with eyes of Glass and a head dress Ruhly studded with Gem lord Garnar on is excavating there were also four chariots the sides that a a. The Egypt exploration Soto it work at the great site. Tell under the Dir Seton of pro Paat and or. Woolley with Thomas Whittemore As Tea of which were encrusted with semiprecious stones and Rich Gold decorations. These were diva mantled with a Bari other s apron of leopards skin hanging Evar tha Quot he made an Exi Ellet thou ii rather sense manner and be was at once a a tired of being both unpractical and a dreamer that to prepare for another War was less practical than to prepare for peace. Quot when i was talking to him i wondered Why he no Muerb , uninspiring a peer a but disliking oratory 1 and if he would not Timve of the Roa and sky Type and the Long pauses of the highly prepared. I admired in presidents penetrating Calm. Each Santana waa perfect in Structure and he might have sat Down after any one of them. He spoke in a Vole which Marl pronouns ement a it of a ome everyone Puld hear nor did he indulge in a quotable moral protest sort Over Baj Flum in the Early Days of the War. The league of nations in which he our beat . Might Jiava been Leas hated if it had been proposed by a Man 0# indignation whereas it jars on America end urbates France confuses Italy and is a use Ltd in England. Peroration. When i was praising this speech in the interval Between the Freedom of the Quot people Eay a its All very Well u ii cloy and Tolj mansion hour a luncheon. Son Haeny to suffered in the War. I or. Davis said to me state with his Cool Hend and Ltd yes mrs Asquith. I agree Wilson does t pull Many Feath Quot out of the eagles Quot at this moment a ame up and introduced me to the its Iceni with whom i had a Short but memorable conversation. I found him easy to talk to and much quicker than most of the famous americans i have mat Quot a told a that a hat Only get to heart that a league of . Whip ii Sekii Soncea of our Victory a the mistaken part of this reasoning is that there a no a Victory and the re vengeful Ysaee for which men clamor Means a return to old rivalries and the subsequent preparation for War. As the germans a re the most orderly scent Fla and hard working of tha european Rae a they will ultimately suffer less than the allies and to what Good purpose can be tha perpetuation of hate Quot i am Only interested in the president inasmuch As he wants to rebuild a dying world instead of inflicting fresh wounds j and it matters Little what instrument is used if it can full ill this purpose. Quot prepaid ant Wilson a trying to Emu late the famous saying of the Isth Cen a a an Lury Irb re Quot christianity has. Been tried anal includes of Anjany will give us a i that we All want or Sugiu to hum but Wuy la no act stand Eliut. Ii be made to i suffer till a ind Nirta than she bus made of Turk suffer. Vav must bring this Home to her in eve a try Way from generation to generation. We wont let America save Germany from tailed the re Llalon of i Hriso remains to to tried. A a trusts Only his Litif Trion a a the Kepu lii an party in to Myrlca Tulande for Many things with which l am out of sympathy but j cannot be Lieva Thair to Taka of the Pra slant is look of race and a Goya picture. Hia Wolf a was a handsome woman of talents and character who from perversity Lack of vanity and love of Caprice had allowed her figure the get fat a condition that always Reju Docsa me. But in Princess Lich Nowecky i found so much nature affection and Enterprise that in spite of Black socks Wolta Briois and crazy tiaras i could not but Admira her. The detested Tkv influence of the prussian court and the Kaiser to whom her this bad had Al-1 Columbia univ ways been a forbidden sub sly and for son Jet Between them. When the Prince first rapped in London he told me that on the Occam Len of his appointment As British ambassador he had aged to the Kaiser that if he to when i arrived in Downing Street i went to bed. How did it. How could it have happened i that were we All like live Days ago we were talking about Ireland and the civil War civil War. People were hungry but not serious and now the sound of real War waved like wireless around our Heads and the whole world was listening. I looked at the children asleep after dinner before joining Henry in the Cabinet room. Lord Crewe and sired Ward Grey were already there and we sat smoking cigarettes in Silance some went out others came in nothing was said. The clock on the mantelpiece hammered out the hour and when the last beat of Midnight hammered it waa As Talent As Dawn. We Ware at War i left to go to bed and a i waa Paus chg St tha foot of the Atal Raae 1 eur Wlna tan Churchill with a Happy face a tri Dlag towards the double doors of the Cabinet room. a a i also had my social and political enemies and will quote what i wrote in my diary at that time Quot the d s8 of w and others continue spreading amazing lies about me and mine they would be grotesque if they were not so vile. Quot Elizabeth is in turn engaged to a German Admiral or a German general Henry has shares i a feel prussian prisoners with every Dainty and comestible a and play Law a Tennis with them at Donnington Hall a place Whoso very whereabouts is unknown to me. Quot theae private fabrications Are not Only Cir plated. But i Tea reit be Germao lab ten. 11 end Liard Al timer argue its of cd tub a reach end or Chur Bill asked lord Kitchener i which be would re thar Bava under Hia command. In Gus French or parnian Tropa a Bald that after tha in gullah be thought the Germani were the beat soldiers Winston a Aid he thought the French War Superior to Thia lord Kitchener who had fought in tha fran co prussian War demurred but both be and the whole company Ware agreed that in attack to French army had not a rival in the world. Boston woman writes Book of poems o o r h a in the frees of Bichard g. Badger Boston has Juat published a Book of poems with the t Itle. A a april marching a a Writt a by Marlon franc a Brown of Doro Haster. Miss Brown was born in Boston and is a i graduate of Rad Chuffa College and lends making trouble in England he had not hold of the wrong Man. A a we could not speak for to arg when he speaker had fun shed read ing the Kings message All the Meni hers poured out of the hour a and i went Down to the prime minister s loom. Henry looked and gave my i John Morley s letter of resignation saying Quot i Shunil miss him vory much he is one of the most Distine ulsted men for some time we did not speak. A left the window and stood behind Hie chair. A Foo it is ail up a 1 said. He answered without looking at me Quot yes it s All 1 sat Down beside him with a feeling of numbness in my limbs and Abs Anllo watched through the a half open door the backs of moving men. A Secretary came in with foreign office boxes. He put them Down and went nut of the room. Henry sat at his writing table less ing Back we Ali a pen in his hand. What was he think nit of Hie sons my son tha Job sequences of her defeat or de entirely political. From what i hear to Waif too Young to flight would they All have to flight i get up and laa Aad my head against his to could net Spaak for tean. Time was a Meir her of the faculty of the liver Marion Franf pity of Montana instructor in eng Roi Brown hah. Tha Book a a collection of the Best of Kar poems which have appeared leading newspapers and Magazine a throughout the country. A a april marching a a to am a bloc of the underlying theme that in our lives sprung May be found just around the Corner either Back in our Marne it or ahead in our hot Hgt of and when we and her april comes marching Down the Yeara. Misa Brown la now a resold it of Dor Sheater and to Secretary of the adv i Olaing women a club of Bugton and also secrets of Massachusetts group or the american literary also elation. Warfare for hours they had been together on her front porch. Tho Moon cast its tender gleam Down on the Young am handsome couple who sat strangely far apart. He sigh eel. Sho sighed. Finally ,�.1 i a a Money dear Quot a said. 1 a travel impulsively she slipped or hand into nos then rising swiftly she sped in the House. In America family matter by Charles w. Gould a the Best As Well As the most recent study of the effect of a mixture of races upon a . C. P. Davenport in science illustrated $3.00 a Hiilis sons fluff tit Albi Iima new York it
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