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PHILLIPS ACADEMY
ANDOVER, MASS.
Volume XXXVL No. 13
ARVARD
AND'VER. LOSES TO
5ct
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1913
...
.
COLONEL SHIELDS LECTURE
MR. STOTT ADDRESSES PHILO-
RACE NEXT
CROSS CONTR
SWIMMING TRIALS TODAY
in PoolToClass 4Team
for from
wit Aid
ture
Philo-Forum
Last
evenga
to 6 o'clock
The school handicap cross coun- Tril day
of Stereopticon
de- Gives Interesting
Philo-Forum
Havard3- deG Waby
Ragged
Last evening
wing to the comparatively few
try meet, which was to have been
The 'Pbilip Academy soccer bate was held at the Archaeologyng to t he
On Thursday evening a large held yesterday, has been postponed
building. The meeting opeed at
of
first de
tea met
Ragged Gam
Won. by Havard
mei
team- first
3-o
there was an attendance of audience assembled in the Chapel
eeatofthe7.5;
season Wednesday afternoon at the between forty- and fifty.
hands of the Harvard Varsity
eleven, 3 goals to . The game
titil
day for the trials for the class
This debate held a.more than tertaining lecture on American large number of entries have al-swimming, the trials will be conand theirserfirst interusual interest, owing to the fact Bird and Animal Life, bythe Prs- ready been received, but there is tined to-day,nhe
the Preselevenn, 3'a goals toI
ent of the American Sportsmen's
was played on the old campus and that this i the first time in the
history of the school that any un- A
was so late in starting that.it was
Shilds
C
e
.
efr it was finished and it official joint debate -has been held ssociaion,
dark
dark before it was lished ad ibetween the two societies. There
Col. Shields has spent most of
was impossiblefor the plyers to has been the, annual Philo-Forum his life. in studying wild.life and
follow the ball. The darkness was debate, but never a smaller one consequently was able to deliver a
comprehensive su mmingre
directly responsible for Andover's before.
single score, it being made by Read
Both Pesident Winters of Fo- of so large a.subject,
th
at to
as ell as
in as
on'th lae
Ords aOf`
on a shot from the center of the rum and President Woodford of
pictruly remarkable
field. It was a well-directed kick Philo presided, each introducing how some
by himself and other
turestaken
repThe
speakers.
respective
his
byGoalhavegot
would
but never
resentatives of the societies wre: nature lovers.
toseeper ichols i he had been abie
Forum-Hatch,leader;DaBeore commencing on the
toison,
see assistant.
Timewasup athe time
stereopticon - slides, the speaker
or Philo-Getty, leader; Hew- told someteams
the ball was caged, soalthough the
plain 'facts's about' te
pointor~~~~wcountedo-- ~ although;
-
point counted, play was not re- ett, assistant
slaughter of songbirds in America,s
-
some facts which made everyone
who heard them wonder what the
future will bring if this wanton
o
d
destruction of insect-eaters con
tinues. Already, in the last twenty-
The subject under debate was,
umed. * A- *A ..
The individual work of several Resolved, That women sould
the vote." Philo upheld the
ahave
ied waes
f
t
o
brilliant, but the team work wase
othinnegative, and, Forum the affirmaThe arguments for both
nothing reocemarkableti.
more
playing each sides were good, the speakers on five years, about ninety.per cent of
beenconcerted
side would probably have scored the negative being perhaps particu- cur-natural bird life has be
laly
goals as there were
Iany-more
t
chief fault was in the tendency of
player
there
when
wil not start until-next Wednes-
the
Aay.
do so. All those wishig to enter
No vote
but
as taken on the arment
l
Co . Shields
and has been for a number of
men," stray cats, etc.
a game warden,. and has
wasMr. Stott, in his talk, gave it as years,
ly warden
lvrddig iseeso large that oaly
-is sooflarge
the prin- gameinwarden
can
and,
whooiily
do
thosethat
a hundred
oone
ief talk
talk on
gav aa brief
S~ot gave
chances Stott
such chances
to take
take such
can afford
afford to
umand,
Kingman
and ciples of debating, which should be
Franche and Grant were too much
for him and he lost the ball several
theballe
tohim nhelsl
atiaF
times needlessly. ,
d p
concerte
mored
bosteen
Foster scored two of the Crimson's three goals, one in the first
of profit to the speakers. He
closed his talk with a interesting
critique 'on the arguments and the
te
ihey were presented.
ay in wh
way
which they were presented
The, meeting ay be considered
Both a success, and it is hoped that a
and one in the last period.
the
ame
As yet not men enough have
.cneutymr
uring te
ready been handed in,
Trials will be
Erving, Prescott, Grab, Fitts,
between 4
R. M. Green, W. H. Brown, Shed- n
E v e y o e must
dn, Dyk, Lud, Bradley, J. H.
Smith, L. Merrill, Foy, Carpenter, St raned n
Woods, WhittemorELM-.hilWin-
Appleby,. Twombly,- Swift
"Thfr
Aefter
Clonial-'Eie Janis in "The
Shubert-"The
b
s
1
Girl."
The Sunshine
winter term.
held this aterand 6 o'clock.
report to Mr.
have his time
thet rials
as
Paid
and
aderson in
to-day
da-
nouncedin the nxt issue of the
philli
foowing men
The
pa.
acting cap-
havebeen appointed
of the classes:
tains
At the Thatres
'
opinion that the arguments for himself arrested numerous law- Lady,of the Slipper."
plenty of opportunity to 'do otherHe said however that
wise. Captain "Tommy"ee ade
o
ter to every
h
even
l
nearly
this mistake several times. Usual- and againstlywe
Fo
hunters
Mr.the the number ofsaid,
When
wasa d~ver,
debate
he ~18s
but on Wednesday
,
W
e Jout
to make up full class
s p
a
soon as p
teams. Everyone who is going- out
nd c aps a
team
on the'
forswimiig
to be
einn
given,
mssnter order
these
uegent incive
a
race cannot be onee-ay
the nuer
e
e
in
thesm
in
order
o
mes
a fair chance for eacheirn
there te
that the best possible material can
fellow to do wll. It is hopedthe
forthe Varsity squad.
that even more will enterbtained
have already handed in thei Also, the men who are out now
and do not make the squad, will
namesso as to mae te race as have first chances on the class
for their
that will compete
t
The following names have al-
sso
al
no discussion was held.
ment, before passing the ball to a
brother
not yet handed in their names to
lips,, W. Rodman,v Barnes,- -Taber
terminated by various destructive
-O.
till a chance forthose who havetinuedt
have
as meet inthe preliminary series
After the debate, te question agents, such as ignorant foreign- ters; MooreheadJones, and Flynn.
Andovers
plenty ofl ppotunitiehs
.'clock
men who came out last Wednes-
vonda- at 24
to hear a most interesting and'en-
194-P. B. Alen.
i
-E. C. Bradley.
-M.S. Gould.
appointed.
191er7-Not
appointed.
I7-Not
Men should report to their class
captains in the pool this afternoon
Honeymoon Ex- promptly at 4 o'clock.
s."
cn
a
ge
i;sot obey
t
ars Hh SoFrat cn
Amazons."
B
on
hebr'ugH
a
Tremont-"The Amazons."
Col. Shields stated that if the
TheCountry Boy eus At the Delta Upsilon convention
astle
destruction of game continues as
n "sth
Park-Esie ere
oF
Rochester, N. Y., a
ii -a fewyears many 'of our
Pak-Elsie Ferguson in "The reentlyheld
in
resolution wa passed barring from
e birds'and animals Strange Woman."
common
will be praciclly 'extinct; as are
esi
Boston-"The Whip."
in Delta Upsilon after
Plymouth-"Let's Go A-Gar- membership in Delta Upsilon after
te Canada goose the
at pet
s o aohr /andscons.
y"
erg.
u"
s
a
and the antelope,
prairie chicken, many
Feruson in "The
Park-Esi
e
others.
not to mention
tLtional secret fraternity. The consaid that it soon will be'aaquestion Strange Woman."
and the netting except Butterfield.
i
ention believes that in so doing
Vaudevile.
ith's5, 1913.
-Meeting held October
Carnochan made Harvard'sthird
mor
blow to the
hayous
Kei haudeille
Meeting held at 2 ''clck in the of' 'every sportsman 'putting 'away
and last score about the middle of
system in high schools,
eaternity
tesralltheatres. Call Back Bay 2328,
o can
ea, of what
Dr. Page,
Advisory Board- roomn.
the last half. The summary:
A practical example
were easy shots, the ball being di- repetition of it may occur.
-hctly in front of the, oal and
Board Minutes
'
between him
there beingoone
ple being.no.onebes
-Advisory-
'
-eats
'
HARVARD
Nichols, g.
'
',
.
Dubly,:Muqray, Riussell, Rodman, be done -in game conservatjon was connecting five phones.
football
,~wetern farmer who
-.
Minutes'
eHarvard-Brown
preset.
Raymond proa
ANDOVER
Butterfield
f
e
f. plo of- previous meeting approved.
'
canie to a
some ducks that
Following were 'passed on as. tected
rhb. Davison, 'Cavis
paonden his farm. He 'fedther,
Following wer
rhb. DavisonkeCavis
candidates, for assistant managers andrefused to.allow them to
-chb. Haskel,
Franche, chb.
Grant
Crane, shot. The next year they retrned,
h
nicotnb~e, thratfobd· ofthe soccer-team: F. G.
'
G. Crane,
Gra hbt Dursctnb, ,afoid
Kingman, rf.
Fen, lhb.
Franh, hb.
Jr.' W.
rof Mackinlay
Weld, lof.
S'. Robinson, J. L. Ross, in increasing numbers, the year
s,
rif. Braton C' H.Scultz, W. E.-D. Stokes.
seconded and
cf.made,
Carnochan, lif.
rif.
Foster
game,
overwhich there has been warfare
ard debate in educational and leg-
Soldiers. Field, to-day ats.oo p.m. islative circles for many years. The
Tickets now on sale at Wright & resolution, which was passed with
Ditson's
and
Filene's,
Boston. little opposition, reads as follows:
Resolved, That, if the trustee
Price, $z.5o and $i.oo.
concur, Article V of the constitution
N
amended-by adding.a new sec
Archaeology Notes
til now they number 2000 These - Chauncey Depew Williams of ton numbered 13, as
Section'13. After
hen Mill Creek, Illinois, sent the ,Dea ducks are as wild as any
lof. Lee passed that-all ballots specifying
,
Smart, rof. '
owe
tat
o,`
G.
Sols, Fstrearrd. 3
''vote forwo"-be .thrown out if they fly t6 other'lakes;,but'on this -partmrit the other 'day some forty 117 no person who
er
Goals CarnochanRead.
man's farm they are as tame as' if
voted for.'
Time, 35 arid 30 two names are
h Ryle.
Referee,
and cone to the
dm
inform domesticated,
SecetaryiAthbiized
.
.
aminute hals.
'
fe
se
A APresideit 'of schoolf this action.
Col Shield's'pictures wei' truly
'B.,::Powers called in and it
R
was' decided-:to make another' canand gine
slie,poo
TODAY
vass ofbothe schol nriay night, mony to his words. They also
2.3B-Hockeyr: ,Abbot, Academ y attempting to collect thoutstand- sowed that he was a realwoods
vs.Bradord
Bradford at ig:eetl'ges o the-siming pool. man, to e
approach the
animals in their native haunts, at
e
Trials.
4.0-SwimftringtMeeti.ao
ye
e-a tfi,
Rei
Make
'-oo-Ndp~gym~class.,
He advocates phoclose range.
e
sgym
class.y
5.0oho-Make-up
'L.-
-CALE
2.15-LCross Country.
,-,,
2.45-Handicap 'Cross
Cross
w5-l Mee., o
6.45i-ndon
-'
Cl
Country
'2.
er
-Iet
eh rsal.
ydas
n
ember
the
fraternity.
the aborigines obtained material
for the manufa.ture of largerjint. cn is
r believed
gSlF.ustees the
objectssthan are foundtelsewhere. ,
.Cssed
the following r.
The collections found in Maine coentipassed the following rethe past summerr are now on ex- ccimendatier, to the Pan-Hellenic
'
"Resoved
that th
that the
n entio
t rfraternity conference an
tc
o
il rect its'deleg tes thereto to pto
Doctr Peabody is expected po. and advocate-at its next, meetNovember 8, prgtthe above approved resolutiA-"home lfrom Europeti
-rs
sell, Rodman andt Raymondg.pres-
a
nt exhibit.
Chapel Spaker
Country Page, Duby, Imerkins,'wett,- Rus -
-becom
and constitute a large and import-
-
Chapel.' Dr.
Meeting held' afte
aU
'his"'hoe. At Mill "Creek are lo-' e.trance,,s
his talk by-urging hunters to sub- scuth end' of the exhibition hall.
Meeting held October 22,
is a member
lrge flint spades and hoes, or ag- o a'secret fraternity at any high
ricultural implements. They -are school, prparatory school or other
fouiid 'coiisiderable niiibersnear istitution preparing ..for college
tography 'very. strongly;:and closed hibition in the two cases at the counci:nveni
S. RAYMOND,
O.15- Games
Football
s
2..-Class
Football
Gaer
follows:
September I
11
j
*^
?
t e;
^te^*
(^ eeK~d9ay
a class ingof
'^'^^ad
omembere.
archa
ill eethis
high school
rternity 'conference
passed the followmentioned
12.
He
o*logy
s
B.T.M
we . o o
as caidates for ascit
on»
Bam.i5--incalss;Football
'n
ta
ies ob resolit:
's:ef'had
~vn -athsseason 6as
su'November
rii~mncfa;:ssful
verys:yery S,Marshall
o'
~
· ~2.1'-Cross:Cutj
.,Reolved: Tat the representaplored the gravels in a certain o~tmboth services.
'svinm g '
mna~rs,6f
l
Coundry.
sorttmea fraternities and llves
o
in-eae
Southern France and took
B Eddy, bth ser-'lcality if
-lwod, B Em- Dec. ;7
I.
Beharde,
'R
M'.i5-L~irosse..
2.i-S-Class SoccerD.c
declare.Their
large collection amti .eom
iassmbted
aouite.a
pterefrom
Frtest,
Poe
erson, 'G. P' 'Fljn1
lu Reesl
an
K4ig
.
Cane -' `M'
" '.
aslecture
th
uthsd
: cnlumn to. the
g
th
saying:~~~~~
ers are~itf~d
' not
t
·
e `oo- t' . hie hhost
Fiolaes.
and
theoearl
tstbe
repfusentd
o aale ohef
a
grs, ob"
iiMaln
o m
a ' idatews
elose, ,Read.
mber
nu
fa bcb~,',,passed
e
Sareo.
ftperst,
7 wta blosspeiat
teotheraysome`
ist rltti th
the
pthy
, .e:
....,,....
I * . ss"
~Carnohan,Goals,
Foster.
euess
and s.or.Res'andd,
ha
anUESidAY
T.com,
D.iftfe^SiMS~i!
sma
Dean
ent.
-"
"
-'e
4orlOt
uscm'ra
l
r.
vass off th
n
'i
-:~
ih.
'ie'.
'so.Tenxyar
~e
':~
:·
PieH.e'hyr'etr
school
ogh,
·
-
THE PHILLIPIAN
PAGE TWO
Tbe pbiltpian
________eftMexicoCity.____:_____
BOARD OF
At the City of Mexico the inhabitants seem inclined to sneer at
the threat of intervention by the
^ n our
our
United^ States.
g
^ 'They
.
y think
country will not dare to do it, and
if it should dare, Mexico would
have an easy victory. For in that
ignorant country there is very little
understanding of the greatness and
day afternoon at 2 o'clock.
'14
RoBERT F. DALY, '14
B. PowERs.'14
WRESTLING MANAGER
^ wrest^
^
^ been
^ made
^
for
A call has
is
position
This
Hoo manager.
av 4P. ling
and Sat- open to members of the Senior
class. - Names must be handed in
to Jack S. Raymond, Carter
House, before Tuesday noon.
AD, '14
P.^^
^^
^
'14
COOK.,
ALAN -A. LUDWxG
Published
every
Wednesday
urday during the school year.
To insure change of advertisements,
copy must be reecived for Wednesday
not later than Tuesday noon; for Saturday not later than Friday noon. All
The
ESS
This issue in charge
______ex_______Th
otwo
, 1913
November
There
Unit
seven
now seven United
are now
There are
be battleships in th harbor of
States
Hall,
Vera Cruz. Germany has two, and
ot the
more are on the way.
Mexican
the
of
of the perils
least
morin
pre
te
at serludeThe prelude at the maorning
a
vice will be Bach's "Alle Menschen situation is,
The elections for manager of
next year's football team will
come at the beginning of the week.
most important
Smce this is thestudents
crl give,
office'th e
athletic
es ca give,
beieth
The i
think twice.bemanevery
is vote.
in- should
foe etras
In every telection for a managerelectionfor managerin every
hip
there are certain things to be
hconsidered.- First, in the prelicandidate
which
competition,ked
inary
the
hardest
las wor
welthe wel-I
for
hardest for
..as worked
Second, which
fare of the team.
E.
'"ptla
SEALS
dovr, M .
RECORDS
ICTO
NEW
atat
W HIT IN G
ad
ilr
a
present is at
The "ontinent"
CTO
Agecy for machine
and
a
s
e
ere is no suf- Recyrds at,
a
lae
i
no suf- Records at, ALLE1I'
isuA.
As yet there
guess.proof.
aficient
s
twoe Russian steamers,
FleR
which are ice-brseamers, did not
a leur de Lis
did not
w hic h ice-breakers, are
come through the Arctic ocean
from the Atlantic, as at first re- PENNANTS and BANERS
schools made to order
ported. They started from Vladi-e
M
nd r
Siof
side
eastern
the
on
tok,
on heavys o
bosyok,
ed
An
St.
ria, intending to reach the mouth 41 M
of the Yenisei, by way of Bering
Strait. - When on the northwest
coast of -Siberia they
seafound- them-i
elves blocked by ice too heavy to
RKET
PAGE CAIERIN OCO:
Lo W ll,
northThey then turned asss
The choir will clash with Germany, a country that break.
miissen sterben."
J-
A
it is "as large as Greenland" is also
Phillips
e
15
FRANK BROS. SHOES
take
ory ofaway
by Russian navigat
o---isovery.
Another call is made for men
see Powers,
l
navigPHILLPS
What they are much more afraid
from the Senior class to compete
positions of Senior
forof theepositions
of is that the United States may
E
Senior Editors
recognize Gen. Carranza's "rebel"
and also
-Porri,
AU Alumni communications should be o the '
htTh
i
u
o
6 men in thle Middle class for the
Editor,.
addressed to the Managing
sisatBuiesConstitutionalisds. They admit that
~AnCotg,aso noer Iposition of Assistant
Business would be a serious thing for the
Andover Cottage, Andover, Mass.
Manager. There is-a splendid op- Huerta government and might reTerms: $ yer Year. single Copies. cts. portunity
offered for getting these sut in the surrender of the City
All men interested of Mexico
Entered at the Andover
siege.
after aa siege.
Mexico after
mattr. Post Office as positions.
codedassmal
"should
THE ANDOVER
Outfitter,
ATHLETIC GOQDS
_:
·
and more'
Later
acL
ater and
more ~particular accounts of the "Arctic Continent,"
said to have been discovered lately
dressed to the Business Manager, Edwin
A. Henn, Phillips 20, Andover, Mass.
_____________________
adem
The Phillips Aca em
Only a
power of our republic.
small fraction of the people can
POT-POURRI
t
l
I
,
Advisory Board is asked to will refuse to recognize any of- its.
Taior
or not.
Tailor and
,
report at Sherman's Studio Mon- acts, whether legal
'14
WOOLLEY,
B MNacts
L-DwI,
K. MOO
I I
having no national existence, and
ADVISORY BOARD
b
\'left
One of the latest plans uder
at
is, to
W
at Washington
onsideration
Mackinlay, Andover , w ill have
powers that hereafter
thetifyvthe
United States will 'treat Mexico as
next issue.
,e
LAaRY
B
dressed Andover Minhavitheir CClothlBes Made
ELERSi ·
LLhveconsidration
Business Manager
AsiA.
Edito '14The
MACKINAY,
Mexico City.
B O TpHILLU'IAN
Managing Editor
JOHN B.
Ias Wlll
and our special representative
NOTICES
_______________________________'-
DITORS
NHEMIA'I B
. JOHN
OHE.
_
_
ward, hoping to find a passage
sinf Mendelssohn's "Beati mortui has never recognized the Monroe
longitude
This
as in
throeugh.
w
Tu
iasin
an5
dr
in Domino morientes." At Ves- Doctrine.
he is
t;
, d egrees
There are numerous American about
per the s prelude will be' Bach's
r e
Or all
barrier
ice
The
i
Chelyuskin.
Cape
pots
is-£a
Mexican
northward'for
forced them northward' for a disgunboats at other
"Es ist das Heil uns kommen her,"
For Sale and to Pent
them
forced
the choir singing Niigelis "The
the
miles from
about 6o miles
tance of about
the choir singing N geli's The on the east and west coasts. The rance
been-or
has
Chester
,
over,_ - H.
ciiiser
scout
H.IQIMBY, ! DoverN.
E. N
is
they stumbled E.
tere
BRO
Kinggof-ove my Shepherd
and
&M
Cuz.
Vera
dered to
mainland,
-ip
TYE
the "continent."
upon
FR W
-have missed
navigators -Generations
ef Russian
it only because they closely hugged
Cut fireplace lengths.
the mainland.
A. H. FANn HAM,
the
The explorers landed, raised ......
As Mass.
ndg
MAndover,
A North
C
to Gen. Huerta, suggesting that he work of a New York engineer RussianNotflag and took possession
17 Talor Hall, AET
resign as Provisional President of named Webster. The route makes of the whole island, or continent, H.M. ARLY
isdmnwab
Plans for an artificial waterway
between Siberia and European
Russia have been accepted by the
Our government has sent a'note Russian government.
.... They are the
CURRENT EVENTS'
man has been in school the long- Mexico.. This is the chief news use of various rivers and lakes, in the name of.the Czar of all the
in the Mexican situnote also said that
must not leave as his
lieutenant of his who
est and has already received ath
letic honors which the other has
i not.
The Phillipian believes that honors should be distributed as evenly
of the week
ation. The
Gen. Huerta
sucessor any
the essential point, still it should
Set
b sette
government must be
in.
temporary
enter
which are to be connected by ca- Russias. And 'they naied it for PARK STREET STABLES
T. F. MORRISSEY, Poprietor
nals. The whole. plan is of im- the present Czar, "Nicholas II
Canlages and Haks for Recep tons
Land."
and
Russia,
to
importance
mense
Depot Wor a Specialt
They found the land to be mounthe cost will be .almost as great as
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A. 6. SPALDING & BROS.
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up until such time as a fair and
HEAUAR TERS FOR
Popularity should not enter into free election can be held.
spender" does not necessarily fit newspapers an "ultimatum." It is
shou
thot really an ultimatum, because it
PIN
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further
leaves the door op en ftrRaSUP
p int
nor, b
Catalogue sent f upn reest
An ultimatum is the last
short, casting his bal- talk
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lot, let every fellow make up his word.
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Spalding M Bros's
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this demand A.
STANmanianheresin
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honestly be- o JAHuerta
which
mind W.n
141 Federal St. Boston,ass.
lieves would be the best one to
CLLIS
manage
Andover.
The biggest lobster ever seen at
Boston was caught last week. He
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from' all parts of North America.
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finish to their appear-.
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drift-voyage in the "Fram" about
twenty years ago. Probably it is
a very long and rather narrow
and Furniture Dealers
-Upholsterers
10 PARK STREET,
Stndent,'
Trade
ANDOVER
a pelsdty.
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Keer a package of " The Beneficial Pastime"
always in your pocket.
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224 Fifth Avenue
and
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RENTING CARS A SPECIALTY
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THE BAY TREE GIFT SHOP and
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HIDDEN ROAD
'Main Sheet, near Morton
AStdent
Work a Specialty
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organizations.
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marsof distinction
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comfort &
had been of continental size Nansen must have encountered it.
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noe i
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newlyfUrnIshed
island. For the Fram drifted between it and the pole; and it
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tinent is proved by examination of
BUCHAN & FRANCIS-.
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NDOVE
acThecentres
Whann
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I have the right idea,
for I represent Peck &
Peck.-New York's only exclusive
ly Hosiers, Four Shops on Fift
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chocolate
Whitma stpandard.naosed in
20szz
' .beaurullyacpaage
1-oz. sizes.
.and
ance, should call on me
and get the right
London idea about
Hosiery and Cravats.
W. C
Clothes Pressedfaiedforand
Cles
-
Andover
Chocolates
match, announced by me two weeks ago
far to the west; and
of Nansen's
Milk
fi n e S ilk H o sie r y t o
,First Class Workmen
supplies. From where they first
saw land they could see the coas
route
ine
Those exceptionally
Sho
rbe
Barber
from where they ceased to explore
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY
Barnard Blooh
Andover they could still see it stretching
See JIM REILLY at the GRILL
far to the northeast. That is the
g
bas toothe claim that they
JOEHN STEWART
have discovered a continent.
---- HNThat
this land cannot be a con-
Post
HI SH
H0L M
-By
ploring and go to Alaska for new
the
LD N
FROM LONDON
And Now Displayed
NOTICE
ward, apparently for a distance of
and the refinement that AcadThis is the place to have your reabout 200 miles only. That is
emy men demand. When you
pretty small proof of a "continent" pairing dne. Work called for and
go .to the football games this
or even of "an island as large as delivered.
with your new
be
Fall, ready
1HE CURTIS SHOE SHOP
Finding, that the
Greenland."
heavy-weight suit and overin a somewhat
coat]9oat.coast then turned a n d b e
6etind
Park St
Andover
at
northerlydirection,
ing sh o r t
Shuman
-BOSTON of coal, they decided to cease ex-
P. A. SBOE
STORE
;. P~~~~a. SHstretching
-
the Russian, 'explorers can hardly
fllY~s.T
that it is not as many million years
ld as some other parts of the
SHUMAN CLOTHING HAS
3
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eth' ^
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rfe
The explorers then sailed eastIt has the style, the smartness,
j. P. WYLLIE & CO.
PAGE THREE
F
IHT
are
now in the Far North searching
pedition said that it was "of recent
geologic formation'"-which means
Corner
.
explorers, Amundsen .and'
for
CONN.
the supposed continent, but
NEW HAVEN,
|
/|ENC-|M-^*-*<^e-<s' -*' '*
much further east than, Nicholas
MEN'~ '_oEs_
II Land. Their, chance for glory
is by ',no means lost. There may
TMOSE SPOES
OR TrM
BIGi (SAMbe
a continent north of Bering
Sea; butthe land just found by
mq 3
NOW
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REDUCED PRICES.
FOR YOUR
Fountaiu Pen
Fountain
OVER
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THWL WLATHL R -HAS
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Old
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ORDERS.,
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Any Day up to Dec. ,
Harvard Square, CAMBRIDGE
ANDOVER, MASS.
roded You Buy
HANOVER, N. H.
.
18 School St., and 843 Washington St. BOSTON
' INK-TITE "
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A resolution to pay no taxes under an Irish Home Rule Parlia,Only one Pen taken in exchange
ment, and' to make government
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under its rule impossible by unT..
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cently at a demonstration of 6000
self-filling, non-leaking
Ulster business men, including reppen ever offered.
resentatives of leading firms with
ar aggregate capital of $650,000,Every Crocker "Inkooo.
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you have ever known.
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Great Britain-what there -is left
of it-will support Ulster, even to
the extent of forcible'resistance to
Home Rule. This pledge was
given by the Opposition leader in
the House of Commons. He contended that before' "plunging the
country in civil war," the Liberal l
Ministry was bound to appeal to
the country in a general election
on the Home Rule question, as if
that had not been done several
times already.
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MEN, WOMEN and
CHILDREN
any Place wvith
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Shoe Store
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Ready to wear and to measure.
The best in style, fabric, anil fit.
Made in workshops on the pres-.
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Special attention given to the reclothing and furnishing goods.
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who wants the correct
in dress.ADADS
MAKRS OF SMART CLTES
SCH O O L
Mr. Harrison At CIELLS
-Stamford,
:dividual instruction
isd-re=t
-NConecticut
ASK YOUR GARAGE MAN FQR ThIS PRE AND
t .
TLR rBd
every Saturday.
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A school for boys on
IT.)
the cottage plan, fifty minutes from New York City.
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As only five aboys re re-
ceives in
each
cottage,
ao
5 45th.
tAve
the
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and the classes are limth
to
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.oun] man who
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This means that we shall consistently
t
s
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,
education.'
Sporting Goods too.
-
Clothing fBoys at- 20
less, than
the*prce usually asked for the same,
goods here and elsewhere.`
Good Things
ROGERS
Right
PAYArices
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am74 Friend
PEETi
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Three
(Near North Station)
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Warren St.itmn
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20Fifth Ave,
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New Ytores
Cobb Botos & Yer' go.
MASS.,
the p cea.usuallg adin order t stimu-
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style to appeal to smart
young.
men
,
fo,
tastes
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Thisdepartment isunder new,-Ti
offr, throughout
seasonof Fine
:
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in dress
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number,
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