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inirn[ O Robert Lincoln, Emancipator's
Son, ~ N5O 0T Passes Away Yesterday
IS A DS O S O II( Asciated Tress) IKdets and within sound of the shots
MA tHI ' E .V. uy26 --Rob.- that mral wuddathird.
S~ ~ P° , 0SAPE BI mT. llni~z7,Du.oly- surviving sonl of When young Lincoln was graduated


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LEC'TURE 1111111' ON "LA,_sT
Calls Pob tesian . 'h (,reek O
Th'le Pacific Beviiu~e Of
Phyical Beauty
"Trhe fabledl 1eo0le0of1baut aid
nmy'stery 'Ind rintoa ce i) he ot h Nea
Islands are fast dyin g tut .' said Mr s.
Prances H-.Flaiaherty. o Norxalh
Connecticut, dagh tr of Ftegent Li-
is L. IHubblard, ill0amil lustratedl le-
t ure on "The last of ile I oly ti'shlWo
held in ii a rl Sc i nc e audit oriumn at,
five o'clock yesterday. Mr. and XIfs.
Flaherty Spent thei last t wo }eas il
the IslIndm of sa va ii sudy igthle ac,
and its customis and fli lng a p ltm'ur
to rival "Nanook. their hsIiiorho .,
"The Polyiesiants hiave well 1 oa 1
cale "1( The Greek of the Pa ciic' ho-
c'ause their physical perfection ap-
proaclies thiat of the rmace of the G oil4
of Olympus,"' states Mrs. Fahrty.
"They are' a primitive, dark-skinned'
people, not nleg o nd not Alon olin,
but a branch from our own ri iae. They
are practically the oly people who
have kept a one-niess with natre.''
" T Itw Polynesia s have it tt UaI
beauty of manner and custo0m1 as well
as of figure. Their homes, built of
simple sugar cane and cooaiut palms~,
have a charm and dignity and softness
of tone. The walk of the people show
rhythm and dignity. ''hir'i langu 'go
ix, rhythmiteal, and one who l istn,
thbough tie may not uidest and t111o
words, may feel thlite nusi c. Il d ac-
iug, chiefly, do they excel, and thi1' is
onte of the chief atusements of to
people- rThey have ra lized the poeti-
cal fables of Arcadia."
Government in Savai, the only I
land where the race remains today in ;
its pure form, is of a simple kidt. A
hierarchy of chiefs is formed in each
village, it is the ambition of' each
youth to become a chief, ani it is te
greatest punishment that can ver
befall a young man to have tils rigit
taken away front lit11. \\hin dis -$
putes arise, the chief cetis a tconiiil
of all the village to settle the trouble
and punish the offender.
A boy is initiated into manhood by)
tattooing his body front the (hest toI
below the knee. One of tree artistic
patterns may be chosen. The process
is a very painful one, often lasting
several weeks, and there is great an-
ger of infection froze the wounts, but
the Polynesian youth believes tht the
pain is necessary to attain his ideal.
"People often ask whly we do net
stake more of a love st~ry of our film,"
Mrs. Flaherty stated. "That is be-
cause loIve does not play the imptt'ant
part ini Polynesiat as it. does here. The
women are virile and the mecn a'
feminine. Men and womeni are Coa--
Tadces. Only the haighet itaidili ill
the land has anything approath ig 2a
marriage ceremony. hIso nuior mee -
ly brings a present to t~e nai~et''
parents, and i it is a c ped, shute be-
comes his 'wife."I
IAmerlen eague
Boston 0, I'Piladelpia 5
National League
P Iittsburgh 3, Brooklyn 2

' Pr i'11L oIA bralhait iI ncol , was IIv 1uvru1Ils?} lsite
gralited hiis reqluest to enter the army.
foun t. idead in bed at hiis summner ho1cme.As i captaji ~ in , immber of Geri.
lwre t oday. lls death was discov- G (rant's stalf, he witnessed the fall of
ereti by Inu it) hoWeOt to call f Pe tersburg and the surrender of Gen.
him. Lee'at Apponmattox.
ir . Lincoln, who had servetd as seer Ilturrying to Washington, the cap-
ro vof W ar, ministeorito Great Brit- j tain arrived, there April 14 and gave
a tn1 atli for years a presidenlt of the; his father the first definite news of the




I' tll tnan ('oolfLi to had beeotilin feeble
lien tIi I t' xv anuldh avliii e '.n S:: gears
old Aug. 1.
A iCOt'od in g to ensi 'am. ,servants xvent
Lo out bhi pitt 9 a. ill., iand it was thlen
'Ain'isdet as discor. w i i. 7A;
})(,oin sal ii rob'.iEl i d dito
11'thle sunitoer Idne thin tiehad
O t t n t i taO i d o t , " e n uyh u 'l - o f i s- t ay . S iI w o
I }en I' hal uo ' li t i )Il< 0 datil t
t't natttooride, lie fooh bi:,
1 a_ a r tli'' wu1tida v.
t~i of his ii dnfteX athvs
h't r - 1m1t1.i' hole h('e.
hat Robe irt 'iodd IDint ,)1,last it the
o hert(i1tnme laireet atti lie
as~-'siiatot oltwoAtutiali prest-

surirender. On the evening, of the Insull Claims to Have' Spent Total
same day, he was in Ford's theater Of $180,000) In Two Campaigns
jwhen Johtt Wilkes Booth shot and In State
fa tally xx ounded the president. -
Later in life, Lincoln, although! (By Associated Press)
averse to holding public office, be- CHICAGO, July 26.-Launching its
caine secretary olf war in President long heralded investigation into the
Garfieold's cabinet. H-e was supp~osed C Illinois senatorial primary, the SenatE
o <ei otiltany the chief executive on a campaign funds committee today
trip to the New Entgland~ states .July stuksvrlsas
2, SI., but a last-miniute developmtent After testifying that he had con-
tire v eO I ol. Ile went to the stat ion to tributed $125,000 to the candidacy of
eN haliarivng ns a~(uteu sot IColonel Frank L. Smith, Republican
Garfield. naminee, and chairman of the Illinois
I.l uin11 n x o s" Iiilg I i'I".l P'I


in-litt melt ivit ed to thle Buffalo ex-
Pos iiion in 19011 antdt was nearby Sept.
f; Wvhon Leaoti ('zol(.sz, antanarchist,
firtoil twixv lee at P resident Willilam Mc-
Ki lov frotnn close rantge, one1 of the
bullets, causinig the executive's death
txwo bays Iater.

EX t't a t1 inn i'dhtlIu' To h
( haul tBelow
l lt l n, an i' IAba x tn 1
( 'a- ' (es i l it i t *o'clocR wxill bed
oa t; e t iexil VU.u.in'

1'1i1l Postpone114lRat ifiicationi OfIDebt
)I einhers Say
PARItI SlFra iteeJunly26. --Premier
1 '1 in ri 5 miewly formed cabiniet, hav-
ig gr I-eu onlits inllisteria l dclara-
lion ialay, xill go) before the c'hamiber
of depul ies andi demnd that the gov'-
oilent hoi gi von power to solve
Ft atc +'is pres sing finanicial difficul-
ties by degrees.j
A ccording'to several of the hest1
in formed n, nhers. the cabinet has de-

commerce commission and $15,000 to
- the successful Democratic candidacy
of George F. Brennan, Samuel Insull,
IChicago public utilities executive, de-
c ulined pending conference with coun-
sel, to say whether he had given finan-
c ial aid to the Crowe-Barrett political
#organization in Chicago, which report-
" 1 ed Smith.
IPreviously Allen S. Moore, of Monti-
'cello, Illinois, campaign manager for
Colonel Smith and Republican nation-
al committeeman, had declined to say
who, beside himself and Insull, were
Ithe chief contributors to the Smith
campaign funds. He himself spent
Gabout $75,000 in Smith's interests, hei
The Republican national committee-
man told the committee that the total
sum "employed" in the Smith cam-
paign was $253,547.51 and presented a
statement showing the purposes forr
which the tmoney was spent.
IMoore said he kept no books and
that the total which hie furnished the
investigators were made up by an ex-
amination of his check stubs.
Insull, who described him as "a
public utilities executive and incident-;
ally a farmer," testified that besides
the $125,000 which he gave to the
Smith organization he spent $84,734.85
during the primary campaign early
} this year in propaganda among the
foreign language group andI the negros
opposing American entranice to the
world court.
Harpers Awards
For Storys 2
Archler Winsten of Princeton Uni-
versity is the winner of the Intercol-
legiate Literary Contest conductedj
during the past year under the aus-
ptices of Harper's Magazine. This is
the first intercollegiate competition in
prose-writing ever held in this coun-
try, and one of the most widely con-
° testedi intercollegiate competitions of
any sort on record. INr, Winston's,
"Story iti Descending Discords" has
been selected for First Prize by the
judges. Willianm McFee, Christopher
Morley. and Zona Gale, from among
manuscripts written by undergrad-
uates in eighty-four of the leading col-
leges and universities in the United
Mi'. Winston's story, an account of
the decline and fall of a freshman at
Princeto~n as toldi in his letters to hisj

CeetCoeyWill Be Produced lARGE CAUSES of
Ii ...:' ~ ..... . l'lpous 'Teeth Often Show Identi
(erns As Are Present in
Diseased i'sune
"Infectious tdiseases of many pa
of the body have been tmaced dire
e i hr to decayed teeth" said Prof. Rus
e W. Btumting, of the College of Den
y ;surgery. in his lecture at f
o'clock Monday afternoon, in the DU
tal auditorium.
'f IThe x-ray stuidy of infected te
n as veryviunsatisfactory d(uring its
s ~itial sages, due to the use of the h
(1'olin Campbell Clemients plate, which made pictures very
r Whose comedy, "The iaidue" will distinict and hard to analyze. H
be presented for three performances ,ever. the iivention of the detal fi
at83-'lc uedy hrdy which could b)0 used within the ino
at 830 'clok Tesdy, Tursaycaused a rapid advance in the use
j and Saturday nights in Sarah C'aswell !t e R et e a m n h
1 Angell hall by The Players. progressiyc dentists.
Studies of pulpous teeth showed t
_Ed Fa t nty in almost tll cases. germs of vari(
- r er zyinfectious diseases were rs'
r To 1Hoid Rites 1oints of the greatest infection pro
Of fuitiartiont to be the iaximary sinus, the na
sinus, and the teeth.
' ,everal proofs of thle sexiousness
S Initiation of new members into jplihI)0us teeth were given by Prof
'L. Y. D., international educational fra- sor Bunting. In cases of heart I
ternity, will take place at 8 o'clockiosjindseeadmnyo
tiseases, bactriological analy
tonight in the Michigan Union. More , showed the presence of germs v
lthan 150 members are expected to be similar to those of the decayed to
at the initiation which will be held Injections of cultures from the to
for more than 35 initiates. imto anhmals° produced the samehi set
Backin te reote ra, o tec~ondary diseases. Proper care
Backin he rmot era sothethe teeth frequently resulted fi
L.I~ Y. D. legend goes, wheni the rational(li'oftescnryamns.ul
development of synaptic harmony wasl5 of such long duration that the s
leading Pithecanthropus Erectus ou* otndary conditiont was able to per
of the jungle to become the thimnking tute itself.
king of all beasts, he formed auiien- Atii~s ada imns
durig frendhip ith n eger e nerve, and digestive disorders
durig frendsip wth a eagr se- ifteni cue to bad teeth, according
vant of the chase anti lowly com'-tepae'.Afisthmdclp
panion of his campfire. This friend- thespeaer.ot firsffemitceons
ship taught his awakening mind so rsil i o a ufcetco
man o th vrtus e nw omii(erato othe ipatients dental con
hman fthhetue e nwisesonsidto lion, but lnow, it is, if anything, stre
his fellow pithecanthropi, and the first ' omc.Tosnsd et
been needlessly removed, said P
chapter of the order was formed.. BnigThbetssiue oa
. ural teeth is not over 35 per cent
First Prize dent. Teeth serve threepuo
/ First, they are the organs of mas
'0 Princeton Mani cation; amd the condition of the dig
tive system (deends largely u
their. Second. they are of gr
other story entitled "Easter." ptionletic' value, playing a large pa.
The Contest was conducted with tile the enunciation of words. And 1
cooperation of the English department they are of considerable aesth
of the eighty-four, colleges which en- value
tered. Each college submitted not Disease germs cannot reach the
more than five manuscripts, represent- ternul organs except the first lin
ing the best prose work done by tin- defence, the nucuous membrane.
dergraduates during the year, the se-r teeth form holes in the membran
'lection being made by the head of the I the mouth: however, the lining
English Department or his deputy. clote'ly fitted around them,~field i
Men and women students were both sight indenttitation of the surfac
represented. the tooth by st ronig circular muscl
The verdict of the three judges was Tooth diseases are of two ty
not unanimous. One gave first prize; cavities, acd side tootht decaying.
to Mr. Winsten, one to Miss Cooper,' the ease of cavities. germs may
,and one to Mr. Edmonds, and the dis- an outlet only through the root.
ltrib~ution of prizes was determined;I the second type, ciuilionly know
by a point system of scoring in which I, yorlreah, onthamme to the Il
' weight was also given to the second' streami is more direct.
and third choices of the judges. This Iit is possible, thtrouigh very diii
put Mr. Winsten in first place and ' for a dentist to remove the pulp

i brought about a tie for second betwveen ! decayeti tooth, and till it without
'Miss Cooper and Mr. Edmonds. As jurimi" ltle surrounding periule
,a result, the Magazine, instead of giv- memtbrane that nourishes the to
iikg a second prize of $300 and a third However this is advisable only in
of $200, as previously planned, award- case of individuals who have
ed two second prizes of $300 each. j high resistanue to infection.
In the August issue of Harper's it u1st usually be determinied thriout
f Magazine, the editors express their study of thre individual and fa
gratitude to the heads of the various history.
English Departments for their hell) in
Imaking the Contest a success, and of his father thamn what lie think
then state: By ron.' The fact remains that It
"One conspicuous fact was that only wvas astonishimngly little evidence
A handful of the essays and am iies the undergraduates of to-day are 11
s ihowed original thought upon the ling at the wvor'lt about them with
'problems of college life or any other observant, critical, and underst'
problems which the authors person- ing eye which college training is
ally face. This was a distinct disap-j posed to develop, and using their1
pointment to the Editors. There were)I ers of literary expression to s
sniore literary appraisals, more essays their own mnmds on facts and oc
on the art of the Bronte sisters or the' tions which they know at first-hat
I tantheism. of Shelley than comments-
on the life being lived to-day under the Durinig the last five years a
very eyes of the competitors. As one 1 10,000 memn, women and children
of the Judges put it, I'd rather read been killed in automobile accidemt
",what one of these young men thinks 1grade cros sings.

b~axo thiki-ji ti lliail i i iit. lo i d-i t o I t ratification iof the Wasli-
liii "mili' .ifterinoont ttO8mi . , n ondtoin det tagreement,
'lw iii u o lu k -as es xxilIlih've t'e gm over until Parl iamnimt reconvening
eN~cailnat n1 t.So'eclockh 'tmu rstny,I next atutumn. This is accepted as
Aug.n 12. T'le ho0 o'cook classes xvill meaning that Prenier Poincaire will
hay -ii e rexott Ii~iitn at -l o'clock ii olseek foreignm credit and reh'abilitat-
Thusdlay. 1inni the franc.
('h -i'5ilti lig iai II,'e0?(!, ix'will ?Meanxwhiile the slogan of the Min-
1 i'> ti i ~ xtintinA 8 o'- 1ist v oif Nat iontal Contciliation is
i-ooo tg-. One o'elt(k1-i'rance save herself by her own
I~rihy ;'2o'et:h hasi ail be1'es- r<t''in p his is accepted in political
ij' U- av 2 oct ocli i rns ll be x1 -ci roles as induicatinug that direct and
a~~~1 tio' i i 'ilit'kh I invsda y ..; o' - indi reelcttaxtionimiust be increased
(.!(k Cl a' -. x i tee w i ilat21,and I that prodluction mnust be intensi-
it' eec 'i'ii i'"sdty ; -in lit a-ss ict t i'td throughottthe couintry.
ing at 4 o'clock xvilil 1 i xatinilA at 2 'lIhie ministerial declaration which
o'loIo (n Pritde,'. was agreed upon at today's tmeeting of
Irregular ('lasesov'ontlhicst eatil the cabinlet will be short. Minister of
' ora;itnit ad tt-4 u'cloc L ott Friay. -thbe irtrinor Farm ttand of pension
.1 m'i the l ii a t I1 i otto ariea w Iou 1 101's i a yin xwill ask' the titles conmmittee of
It on. th'eltchlutber ttmor'row morning to no-
IIll sin iilai t clieilIcis prinit-,icore'ul0rg,it treatnment to govertnment
ud~ ~~, onlne'8i ftho Simitier1,seVssion titoasu,?rts which are designed to in-
a. ,ini;,- i notiott. tease the influx of taxes amid thereby
----- -t help in mi provitng the exchange.

paretts, to a girl friend in
a young man at Cornell,

Ohio, and to
is awarded

I OirWec~~r f
IrophJesles # iat iwe shall have iweather,
fir anil warmear.


AUSINL', 1exa, ,Jit y 26,- The p~oli t-
icalu I'irt.nnis x'lii !J((ieiliMrts. 1it-'-
itnti atula V -t'gtioti>tMotoa Muet
bone in 'i'tn in Teas.to time gor-
hauL tn omoo. ill lifte.
(N o f'm; orVu'r; usom n im1101tIMcedlate
otda y hexx- on] U t'osigm a1s a ri-suit of!
a~itim day')lritnary i11 which atton-
ceiteral heniiAtoily It;il her' by moore
W hn<<)0M001 'it bo li nu a lprolliied
oto ri;_mi if Mumotly Ibeat heri'biv1 vol
a Nd in-lad iiiottiseul Ito re igtiif
lit hu-ildhim by 25(000 rotes.
.\htoily will be(, theitext govern'otrt'of
'l 1a-.moumiation on1the D emocratico
"Ank .t, intg eoiv tixaltenlti-u election.
SimnIt a ueot si \y xi lblihe r resignition~i


sxx'epilig the ftorests in the Montana,' Two second. prizes of $300 each go to
hIdaho, N shiilgtott districts were mre- Mary Lispenam'd Cooper, of Vassar
pIti'oted to forestry headquartems here' College, whose home is in Flushing,1
toduay as5 cleatimng thte most serious j Long Islanid, for a story entitled "Moth
foresti fitr- sitnratiom in the region in> Mullein", anti Walter' D. Edmonds, Jr.,
16 yiFes. of H-arvard University, whose honme is,
Inthettt'1 antiksti forest, wvher'e 50,- ! in New York City, for his story.,'"Up
o0o) act'es aklready have b~een devastat- River :Mists and Lilacs."
oil, nwtagreheilttails indicate that the IThe wintners of htonorablei mention
f'or'e of igte'rs, hampered by unfav- ;ar'e Julia Godman, of the University
ota blte wealther, was helpless against of Oregon; Gilmore Flues, of Prince-
lb e seafIto rimig conflagration.. ton; Robert E. Smith, of Washburn!
Six new fii'es started yesterday in, College; Marie Maciumber of the Uni-
I he lKanikstt. the tiamnes increasirw; versity of Nebraska; and Tench F.I
fasteri than mnt could be obtained to Tilghmnan, of the University of Vir-
figh t thtem. Sever'al broke control ginia. Miss Cooper, of Vassar, in ad-
I lies, driving through before thene and I dition to winning a second prize, also
devouring much valuable timber. I secured honorable mention with an-,

(li' Associateid Press)
MISSO tIA. ;Montatna, July 26.--htag-
ilig 'omltplett'ly out of contrtol and
spreadhing ini every direction, flames

$500 and is published in the August
issue of Harper's Magazine. Mr.
Winston, who) graduated from Prince-
ton last month, wrote the story while
a mneinber of the Senior class, His
home is in New York.

alilotiieili~i .xvhmihaliso carr'ied;2
wx' it iti huraaI froiti aymipssible
primilitwrrtui off with Moody, Gover nor2
jFerguson called a special session oft
the' legiisature to meet September 13,.

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