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THE DAILY- CAPITAL JOT RNAL, SALEM, OREGON. SATURDAY, JULY 15. 1916.
A. CON AN
Copyright, 1912, by A. Cooan
Challenger's Great Surprlss.
T Is difficult to describe the con
fusion caused by tills amend
ment A large section of the
audience expressed Us Indigna
tion at such a slur upon the travel
ers by noisy bIioiiIh of dissent and
jorles of 'Don't put It!' 'Withdraw!'
Turn hlin out I' On the other hand,
-Hue malcontents and It cannot be tie
.uled that they were fulrly numerous
cheered for the amendment, with cries
of 'Order!' 'Chntr!' and 'Fair play!'
A scuflle broke out in the back
benches, and blows wore freely ex
changed among tho medical students
who crowded Hint pnrt of the hull. It
w.i s only the moderating Influence of
ttio presence of huge numbers of ladles
'Which prevented an absolute riot. Sud
denly, however, there was a pause, a
bush and then complete silence. Pro
cessor Challenger was on his feet.
It will be within the recollection of
"ninny preseut, said Professor Challen
ger, 'that similar foolish and unman
nerly scenes marked tho Inst meeting
nt which 1 had been able to address
them. On Hint occasion Professor Stiru
' mcrlee was .the chief offuuder, and
'though ho Is now chastened and con
trite, the mutter could not he entirely
forgotten. I have heard tonight simi
lar, but even mure offensive, sentl
meiiU from the person who hns Just
nat down, and though It is a conscious
otTVirt of self effnconiont to come down
to that person's mental level, 1 will
oudcavor to do so In order to allay any
'ftgonnble doubt which could possibly
enlHt In the minds of any one.' (Laugh
ter nnd Interruption.) 'I need not re
mind this audience that, though Pro
fessor Suuuuerleo, as the head of tho
Minmltteo of investigation, has been
put. up to speak tonight, still it is I
who am the real prlmo mover In this
business, and Hint it is mainly to tue
that nuy successful result must bo
ascribed. I have safely conducted these
tin oe gentlemen to the spot mentioned
and I have, as you hnve heard, con
vinced theui of the accuracy of my pre
vious account, Wo had hoped that wo
Hliould dud upon our return that no
bn was so dense as to dispute cur
3 ilnt conclusions. Warned, however,
by my previous experience, 1 huve not
Yuuio without such proofs as may con
vince a reasonable muu. As cxplulued
by Professor Bunimerlee, our cameras
lid been tampered with by the ape
men when they ransacked our camp,
nnd most of our negatives ruined.'
(.leers, laughter uiul 'Tell us another!'
from the back.) '1 have mentioned the
y men, and I cannot forbear from
tfi.ving that some of the sounds which
now meet mv ears bring back most
.vividly to my recollection my experi
ences with Ihoso Interesting creatures.'
(aughter.) 'in spile of the destruction
'of ho many Invaluablo negatives, there
HtHI remains lu our collection a certain
tuiiuber of corroboratlvo photographs
allowing the conditions of life upon tho
idateau. Did they accuse, them of buy
ing forged these photographs?' (A
iVoloc, 'Yea,' aud considerable interrup-
1 thin whlcU ended In several men being
m( out of the hall.) .'The uegatlvcs
,veie 0(eu to tho Inflection of experts.
- I'u I. what oilier evldeuce had they?
.. it'nder the conditions of their escape It
wiii naturally Impossible to bring a
liirfso amount of baggage, but they hud
tcuctied Professor Uoiumerlee's collec
tions of butterflies aud beetles contain
Ihr many new species. Was this not
evidence?' (Several voices, 'No.') 'Who
"Dr. Illingworlh (rising) 'Our point
J that such a collection might have
lteii made In other places than a pre
iiWIoiie plateau.' (Applause.)
Professor Challenger 'No doubt,
air. we have to bow to your scientific
authority, although I must admit that
(lie name Is unfamiliar. Passing, then,
both the photographs and the entoiuo
brtieal collection, I come to the varied
and accurate Information which we
Iniiig with us upon puluts which have
never before been elucidated. For ex
ample, liMii the domestic habits of the
pterodactyl' (a voice, Bosh,' and up
loar) 'I say that upon the domestic
liaiilts of the pterodactyl we can throw
a Hood or light.' I cu exhibit to yon
front my portfolio a picture of that
iMx-ature takeu from life which would
convince you' ,
"Or. Ullngworth 'No picture could
convince n of snythltig.' -."I'rofossor
Challenger You would
require to sea the thing lUelf f
"lr. Illliigwoith 'Undoubtedly.'
"Professor Challenger 'And yon
Would accept that?
"Dr. Ullngworth (laughing) 'Beyond
' It wai at tula point that the sensa
tion of the eveulug arose, a aensattou
"It's owner grabbsd at Its legs, but too
lata to hold it."
so dramatic that It can never have
been paralleled In the history of scien
tific gatherings. Professor Challenger
raised his hand in the air as a signal,
and at once our colleague, Mr. E. D.
Malone, was observed to rise and to
make his way to the back of tbe plat
form. An Instant later he reappeared
in company of a gigantic negro, tbe
two of them bearing between them a
large square packing case. All sound
bad hushed in tbe audience and every
ono was absorbed in the spectacle lie
fore them. Professor Challenger drew
off the yP of the rase, which formed a
fuming jia. reeling aown into tue
box, be snapped his fingers several
times and was heard from the press
seat to say, 'Come, then, pretty, pretty!'
in a coaxing voice. An instant later,
with it scratching, rattling sound, n
mast horrible aud loathsome creature
appeared from below and perched it
self upon tho side of tbe case.
"Even the unexpected fall of the
Duke of Durham into the orches
tra, which occurred at this moment,
could not distract tbe petrified atten
tion of the vast audience. The face
of the creature was like the wildest
gargoyle that the imagination of a
mad medieval builder could have con
ceived. It was malicious, horrible,
with two small red eyes as bright as
points of burning coal. Its long, sav-
ugo mouth, which was held half open,
was full of a double row of shark like
teeth. Its shoulders were humped,
and round them was draped what ap
peared to be a fuded gray shawl. It
was the devil of our childhood in per
son. There was a turmoil in the audience-
Bome one screamed, two ladles
In the front row fell senseless from
their chairs, and there was a general
movement upon the platform to follow
their chairman Into tho orchestra. For
a moment ' there was danger of a gen
crul panic. Professor Challenger threw
up his hands to still the commotion,
but the movement alarmed the crea
ture beside him. Its strange shawl
suddenly unfurled, spread and flutter
ed as a pair of leathery wings. Its
owner grabbed at its legs, but too late
to bold It. It had sprung from tbe
perch and was circling slowly round
the Queen's ball with a dry, leathery
flapping of Its ten foot wings, while a
putrid and Insidious odor pervaded tbe
room. Tbe cries of the people lu the
galleries, who wero alarmed at the
near approach of those glowing eyes
and that murderous beak, excited the
creature to a frenzy. Faster and fast'
er It flew, beating against walls and
chandeliers in a blind fren&y of alarm.
The window! For heaven's sukeshut
that window!' run red die professor
from tho platform, dancing nnd wring
ing his hands in an agony of appre
hension. Alns, bis warning was too
bite! In a moment the creature, beat
ing ami bumping along tbe wall like
a huge moth within a gas shade, came
upon the opening, squeezed Its hideous
bulk through It and was gone. Pro
fessor Challenger fell back into his
chair with ills face burled In his
bauds, while the audience gave one
long, deep sigh of relief as they real
ized that the Incident was over.
"Then oh, bow" shall" ono describe
what took place then when the full
exuberance of the majority and tbe
full reaction of the minority milted to
make one great wave of entbuslusm,
which rolled from tho back of the ball,
gathering volume as It came, swept
over the orchestra, submerged tho
platform aud carried the four heroes
away upon its crest?" (Hood for you,
Mac!) "If the audience had done less
than Justice surely It made ample
amends. Kvery one was on his feet
livery one was moving, shouting, ges
ticulating. A deuse crowd of cheering
men wero around tbe four travelers.
'Up with tbuml Up with them!' cried
a hundred voices. In 'a moment tour
figures shot tip above the crowd. In
vain they strove to break loose. They
were held lu their lofty places of bou
or. It would have been hard to let
them down if It had been wished, so
dense was the crowd. ' Out lu the
street the scene was extraordinary. An
assemblage of not less than 100,000
peoplo was waiting. The close packed
throng extended from the olber side of
the Langham hotel to Oxford circus.
A roar of acclamation greeted the four
adventurers as they apieared, high
above the heads of tho people, under
the vivid electric lamps outside the
hall. 'A procession! A procession!'
was the cry. In 'a dense phalanx,
blocking the streets from side to side,
the crowd set forth, taking the route
of Regent street Pall Mull, St James'
street and Piccadilly. Tbe whole cen
tral traffic of Loudon was held up, and
many collisions were reported between
the demonstrators upon the one side
and the police and taxi cabmqa upon
the other." Finally It was not outil
after midnight that tbe four travelers
were released at tbe entrance to Lord
John Roxton's chambers In the Al
bany and that tbe exuberant crowd,
having sung 'They Are Jolly Good Fel
lows' in chorus, concluded tbelr pro
gram with 'God Save the King.' "
One word as to the fate of the London
pterodactyl. Nothing can be said to be
certain upon this point There is the
evidence of two frightened women that
it perched upon the roof of the Queen s
ball and remained there like a diaboli
cal statue for some hours. The next
day it came out in tbe evening papers
that Private Miles of the Coldstream
guards, on duty outside Marlborough
House, had deserted his post without
leave and was therefore courtmartlal
ed. Private Miles' account thnt he
dropped his rifle and took to his heels
down the mall because on looking up
he hod suddenly seen the devil between
blm and the moon, was not accepted by
the court, nnd yet it may have a direct
bearing upon the point at Issue. Tbe
only other evidence which I can adduce
is from the log of the steamship Fries-
land, a Dutch-American liner, which
asserts that at 0 next morning, Starr
Point being at the time ten miles upon
their starboard quarter, they were
passed by something between a flying
goat and a monstrous bat, which was
beudlng at a prodigious pace south aud
I Hurry to Claim Gladys.
ND Gladys oh, my Gladys-
Gladys of tbe mystic lake, now
to be renamed tho Central, for
never shall she have Immortal
ity through me. Did I not always see
some hard fiber in her nature?
Let me tell it In a few words. No
letter or telegram had come to me at
Southampton, and I reached the little
villa at Streutham about 10 o'clock
that night in a fever of alarm. Was
she dead or nllve? Where were all my
nightly dreams of the open arms, the
smiling face, the words of praise for
her man who had risked his life to hu
mor or whim? I rushed down the
garden path, hammered nt the door,
heard the voice of Gladys within,
pushed past the staring mnld aud
strode into the sitting room.
"Gladys!" I cried. "Gladys!" -
She looked up with amazement In
her face. She was altered in some sub
tle way. The expression of her eyes,
the hard upward Blare, the set of the
lips, was new to me. She drew back
"What do you mean?" she said.
"Gladys," I cried, "what Is the mat
ter? You are my Gladys, are you not
little Gladys Hungertou?"
"No," said she; "I urn Gladys Potts.
Let me Introduce you to my husband."
How absurd life is! I found my
self mechanically bowing and slinking
bands with a llttlo ginger haired man
who was colled up in the deep arm
"No," said shs, "I am Gladys Potts."
chair which had once been ancred to
my own use. We bobbed aud grlnued
lu front of each other.
"Father lets us stay here. We are
gettlng- our house ready," said Gladys
"Oh, yes!" Bald I.
"You didn't get my letter at Para?"
"No; I got no letter."
"I've told William all about you
said she. "We have no secrets, l am
so sorry about it. But it couldn't have
bceu so very deep, could It, if you
could go off to (he other end of the
world and leave me here alone? You're
not crabby, are you?"
"No, no, not at all! I think I'll go.
I was through the door when
fantastic Impulse came upon me, ant'
I went back to my successful rival.
"Will you answer a question F I
"Well, wlthlu reason," said be.
"now did you do it? Have you
seurched for hidden treasure, or ills
covered a pole, or done tiino on
pirate, or flowu tho channel, or what
Where la the glamour of romance
How did you get It ?"
He stared at me with a hopeless ex
presslon upon his vacuous, good uat
ured, scrubby little face.
"Don't you thluk all this Is a little
too personal?" be said.
"Well, Just one question!" I cried
"What are you? What Is your pro
"I am a solicitor's clerk," said be
"second mau at Johuson & Merlvale'
41 Chancery lane."
"Good night," said I and vanished,
like all disconsolate aud broken heart.
ed heroes, Into tbe darkness, with
grief aud rage and laughter all aim-
merlug within me like a boiling pot
One more little scene .and.. I have
done. Last night we all supped at
Lord John Roxton's rooms, and, sitting
together afterward, we smoked In good
comradeship and talked our adventures
over. It was strange under these al
tered surroundings to see tbe old, well
known faces and figures. There was
Challenger, with, his smile of conde
scension, his drooping eyelids, his Intol
erant eyes, bis aggressive beard, bis
huge chest, swelling and puffing as he
laid down tbe law to Summerlee. And
Summerlee, too there he was with his
short brier between his thin mustache
and bis gray goat's beard, bis worn
face protruded In eager debate as he
queried all Challenger's propositions.
luully, there was our host with his
ragged, eagle face and his cold, blue,
glacier eyes, with always a shimmer of
devilment and of humor down in tho
depths of them. Such is the last pic
ture of them that I have carried away.
It was after supper in his own sanc
tum tbe room of tbe pink radiance
and the Innumerable trophies that
Lord John P.oxton had somethiug to
say to us. From a cupboard he had
brought an old cigar box, and this be
laid before blm on the table.
"There's one thing," said he, "that
maybe I should have spoken about be
fore this, but I wanted to know a little
more clearly where I was. No use to
raise hopes and let tbem down again.
But it's facts, not hopes, with us now.
You may remember the day we found
the pterodactyl rookery In the swamp
what? Well, somethin' in tbe llo of
the lund took my notice. Perhaps it
baa escaped you, bo I will tell you. It
was a volcanic vent full of blue clay."
The professors nodded.
"Well, now, In the whole world I've
only had to do with one place that was
it volcanic vent of blue clay. That was
the great te Beers diamond mlue of
Kimberley what? So you see I got
diamonds into my head. I rigged up a
contraption to bold off those stinking
beasts, and I spent a happy day there
with a spud. This is what I got."
He opened his clgur box, and, tilt
ing It over, be poured about tweuty or
thirty rough stones.
"Perhaps you think I should have
told you then. Well, so I should, only
know there are a lot of traps for the
unwary aud that stones may be of auy
size aud yet of little value where color
and consistency are clean oft. There
fore I brought them back, and on the
first day at home I took one round to
Spink's and asked him to have It
roughly cut and valued."
He took a pill box from his pocket
and spilled out of It a beautiful glit
tering diamond, one of the finest stones
that I have ever seen.
There's the result," said be. "He
prices tbe lot at a minimum of 300,
000. Of course it is fair shares be
tweeil us. I won't hear of anything
else. Well, Challenger, what will yon
do with your fifty thousand?"
If you realiy persist In your gen
erous view," said tue proressor, l
should found a private museum, which
has long been one of my dreams."
"And you, SummetieeV"
"I would retire from teaching and so
find time for my final classification of
the chalk fossils."
"I'll use my own," said Lord John
Roxton, "lu fitting a well formed ex
pedition and haviug another look at the
dear old plateau. As to you, young
felluli. you, of course, will spend yours
In gettln' married."
"Not Just yet," said I, with a rueful
smile. "I think, If you will have me,
that I would rather go with you."
Lord Roxton said nothing, but a
brown hand was stretched out to me
across the UblJ
jDWARD MALONK, newspuper man. Is
In lov Willi Gladys Hunnerton. She
tells li 1 in the man she loves must do some
brave act. Malone tints an assignment to
Interview Processor Challenger, explorer.
When CliallenKcr and Malone meet Chal
lenger proiiulms Mnluiie an Impostor, aud
they have a tierce personal encounter.
Challenger exriressus a liking for Ma
lone when the hitter refuses to have him
arrested. Tho professor then proceeds to
show Malone proufs oC a prehistoric laud
Malnne reports to McArdle, bis city ed
itor, thut Challenger is not an Impostor
nnd that he has arranged to be present
at a scientlllc meeting- ot professors.
There's a greut demonstration In the
hall when Professor Challenger arrives.
Challenger asks tor volunteers to go on
an expedition to the prehistoric land.
The meeting finally decides that Pro
fessor Summerlee, Lord John Roxton,
sportsman and traveler, and Malone go to
South America to prove or disprove t-iiai
lenger'a statements. On their aepuriure
Challenger gives them a letter to open
on a certain date.
When the day and hour arrive ths let.
ter Is opened. A I) lank aheet falls out.
They are about to denounce Challenger
when he arrives on the scene.
The party finds a signpost and a akele.
ton. The skeleton plainly la that of Ma.
pie While, of whom Professor Challenger
Tiiat there Is malevolent humanity on
ihe plateau Is made plain when a huge
The parly finally reaches Maple White,
the dreamland. Tholr way from ths out
aide world la cut ort by ths treachery ot
a half breed.
As ths party penetrates Maple Whits
.and It Is confronted with all kinds of
strange plants and animals.
Weird I 'kln apa men are found in the
"wild country.. A strange lake Is named
Lake llludys, after the girl Malone left
betiind In- bngland.
Mulons h-avea comrades at night for a
rumble through ths forest, lla Is con
fronted by a monstrous animal. Ths beast
plunges after him. Malone falls to bot
tom of plL .
Gelling back to camp Malone finds his
companions missing tfnd the camp In
great disorder. Lord John Hoxton ap
pears after a time and breathlessly tells
Malone that the others have been cap
tured by ths ass men.
Ths aj men are about to threw Sum
merles and Challenger, off s cliff when
Ixird John and Maions, with a dsadly
aim, kill several ot ths ape men.
Ths party Joins Its force with ths na
tive Indiana In e war of extermination ot
ths as men.
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While the Indiana profess friendship for
their new allies they refuse to help them
reach the outer world. Professor Chal
lenger finally finds an opening in the cliff
and the homeward Journey begins.
When the party reaches England It Is
accorded a tremendous ovation. There
Is a great meeting; at the Queen's hall in
All skeptics are silenced forever when
Professor Challenger releases a pterodac
tyl. The audience Is In a frenzy of ex
citement. Malone hurries to claim Gladys,
only to find her married to a, solicitor's
clerk named Potts.
HOW'S THIS 7
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Take Hall s Family Pills for consti
pation. University Prepares
for Regular Military Drill
University of Oregon, Eugene, July
13. From three to five companies of
underclassmen will begin military drill
STr the cumpus of the University of Ore
gon in JSeptember. If peace prevails,
a United States army officer will be
on hand to net as commandant; if a
foreign war demands for its service ev
ery officer, President P. 1.. Campbell
says he will hnvo to find some other
way of putting tho plans into execu
tion. Drill will be compulsory for all un
derclassmen. They will not be allowed
to graduate without it. It will take
three hours u week of the students'
tune, but if the tncuity approves, t-res,-1 W8sll:ngton July nAn army of
dent Campbell suggests that this be 50 000 mm ot llBrve9tin th8 wheat of
allowed to count towards the present tbe middle we8t,has airea(iy been re
reqniremeuts in physical training. At j cruited according to reports which
this arrangement is established, there rcached the United States employment
will be no additional demands muae flcrTjce,( ay,0T department today. The
upon the students' time beyond what en M0 being mobilized in tue southern
is requited nt present. . i states of the belt and will move north
Adjutant General P. C Harris, ' ag tne geason progresses, reaching the
United States army, is the representa- Ma of their marcB jn three month
tive of the army with whom Dr. Lamp-, Tnou8and8 of workerB have left Kan-
Knll lo nr.no, ill HIT III TPimril til tttf ' .1.- A i. .L ,t
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nlnus for the new department. It is
not certain vet what courses in tactics
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or other military suojecis win ' .
fered in addition to the drill, but the
regents have authorized the erection
of a full department, and the army
officer assigned to this post will rank
m n mem her of the futility. The
United iStates will furnish the arms,
and equipment. (Students will supply j
tneir owu iiuiioriua.
It is not certain yet. according to
Dr. Campbell, just what will be the
relation of the present advanced
classes in the university to the mili
tary requirements. It may be most coni
veiiient to apply tho new regulation
ouly to the sophomores and tresiimen
of 'next year, while on the other hand
there is at least a possibility that the
rule might be interpreted to meiime ,
drill as a prerequisite for graduation
for all. The former interpretation is
declared the more probable.
GREAT CORN WEATHER
Chicago, July 14. Local thunder
storm in the plains states were sched
uled today to relieve the sweltering
middle west from temperatures far
above the season average, the weather
bureau announced today. Although the
Great Lakes region was reasonably
cool, elsewhere in the middle west
"corn weather", with hot, humid nights
will prevail for some time.
Wonderful Niagara Falls.
Low Fare Summer Tourist Tickets to
New Cases 162 As Against
117 Yesterday, Deaths 31,
Now York, July 14. The infantile
paralysis epidemic took another serious
turn today. Tho Jiealth authorities who
yesterday believed the plague was being
cheeked announced a sharp increase in
the number of new eases and in the
number of deaths in the past 24 hours,
Since yesterday morning Iba new
cases aud in the number of deaths in
the past 24 hours.
isince yesterday morning 102 new
cases have been discovered as compared
with 117 in the previous 24 hours. The
deaths reported this morning total 31
as against 24 for the previous day.
36 Cases in Illinois.
Chicago, July 14. There are only 30
cases of infantile paralysis in tho state
ot Illinois, including Chicago, Dr. C. sit. i
Clair Drake, secretary of the state
board of heulth announcing here this af
ternoon in setting the condition in
Illinois is far more alarming.
Ten of the cases are in Chicago,
Drake said. Four each are at Belleville
and East St. Louis; two each at Stand
ard, Dixon, Blue Island and Virden,
and one each at Strentor, Gibson City,
Alanm, Quiucy, Eureka, Freeport, Dul
ton City, Kankakee, Cherry and Oregon.
All of these are under quarantine.
In addition, Dr. Drake said there are
three "suspected" cases, one each at
Dauville, Belleville and Simpson.
Army for the Harvest
Has Been Recruited
sag V'liy, me gnseway 10 me ecu, wnere i
, in .tt;
10 officers under the direction of C. L.
Green, head of the New York state em-
ployment bureau, have been recruiting.!
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SPECIAL BATES BY WEEK
Pates: 50c, 75c, $1, $1.50 per day
bears of John Gega era dead and their
owner is in the hospital here today with
Mveral bad wounds in his abdomen.
"nen ne went to feed the animals yes-
terday, Gega was severely attacked by
one of them and severely hurt. The
piee killed his two bears.
liver, kidneys and bowels, assisting -
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