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THE, MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, NOC F'M r RR 72, 1920

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY TITVIISI)AY. NOVEMBER 12, 1925

ARMISTICE PARADE Straightens Out
Railway Tangle
CLOESPRGRM~For .GovernmentI
M~ayor C.azzmJAW~I A (AtgO 1"81 IIHl" ;,".':>
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Ala kan Esk mos Pro pe V~th tnp ove Iiaysj s~iwhich affords meat, hreat and Aleuts numbered 25,000 in kn archi-
(tit and the ugrook, a large seal l peago extending westward 1,200 miles
0f Living Under Administration Of Uncle Sam wl ose fI-sh is sweet and nourishing.j fro~m the Alaska peninsula to 500 miles
____________________________________________________________________Blubbe-lave fat beneath the skin- f xteKar:chatkei nsulaof Asia
Seattle Nov. 1.-Eskmos inabit- aen from the hair seal is bnede te pninyl
SetlNv 1-sio nai-dwell in the eastern part of the ter- near where Bering strait connects the aigms a ik~nd dividing Bering sea from the rest
ing ortwesernAlasa ae pospr-f ritory, where the Bear does. not' Pacific and Arctic oceans. Its popu- Bfr usasl h ertr h ftePcfcoen
osyadvancing into ew wysofouch. lation of' 175 lives in huts that are
living under Uncle Sam, but Aleuts,l Eskimos of continental Alaska have built on stilts, so precipitously do the
occupying the Aleution chain of is-1tknetesvl tjrpin oe ides rise from the chill waters.
lands, seem downward bound to annii-; and marketing the pelts. For this in- The King islanders have long been
hilation, a course into which they set'j dustry they resort to St. Lawrence is- Ikonfrteonmnste av The aifcin o
before this country bought Alaska konfrteonmet hylreT e aifcin and American gon nteBrn
la,from Russia in 1867. seadt h 00ml tec fo arsioy and which they
This report was brought by the cut- northwestern coast of Northi America market every summer in Nomie. Last
ter Bear of the Coast guard when she 1on th~e Arctic ocean bletween PointI summier they found- a longshoremen's al p to s i u
reached Seattle from her 37thi annual EoeadPitBrotenrhr strike on in- Nome. They fell to at c if am
cruise into the Arctic ocean. Indians, ofAak that work, and for it received $15,000. he anit
the other natives living in Alaska,i But the outstanding demonstration This money they spent in Nome for
' of advancement among the Eskimos supplies, largely flour, tea and sug-
government control, he will leave be- noted last summer by Lieut.-dom.jarThBertoteisndrhme
hind( a. record of hraving settled hun-1 William P. Wishaar, executive offier and carried 30 tons of their purchas-
dreds of millions of dolars in claims' of the Bear, was that of the King is- es, including furniture. U
adadjusting ts i t icucs anders.FootestpsheIngild-
without resort tonl litigation. l Hisepost I ing island, t;hree-quarters of a ers are usually well fixed. lght at LUNCHi Roomi~ 338 MAYNARD
will be abolished at the end of the ,nile long and 700 feet 'high, liesin their island they take the big walrus __________
year. the northern whoseotuskseaffodnivory;athehai
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