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3. AT THE DOOR OF HIS GOAL. McARTHUR ENTERING THE STADIUM AT STOCKHOLM AT THE FINISH OF THE MARATHON, BOY

3. AT THE DOOR OF HIS GOAL. McARTHUR ENTERING THE STADIUM AT STOCKHOLM AT THE FINISH OF THE MARATHON, BOY

SCOUTS HOLDING THE ROUTE. 4. THE PENALTY OF A FINE WIN. McARTHUR, EXHAUSTED, ON THE GROUND AFTER THE FINISH. The Marathon Race at the Olympic Games Stockholm, which was over a distance of 40,200 after metres (about miles) was won by K. K. McArthur, of South Africa. C. W. Gitsham
July 20, 1912 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
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FROM THE WO

July 20, 1912 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
any back _ practitioners, or with the vain-

any back _ practitioners, or with the vain-

WITH a complicated sixth sense organ which occupies nearly the WHOLE OF THE FACE: THE MOURNING glorious inepti- Sir Hiram Maxim has invented an apparatus for ships to perceive the approach of large objects by sending out and receiving back inaudible vibrations, as bats do by the
July 20, 1912 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
HORSE • SHOE BAT.

HORSE • SHOE BAT.

tudes of the quack. The report makes the statement that, for purposes of reparative surgery, the Rockefeller Institute can supply living parts of the human heart, nerves, bloodvessels, spleen, some of the smaller glands of the body, the cornea of the eye, parts of the various bo
July 20, 1912 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
THE DIADEM BAT.

THE DIADEM BAT.

July 20, 1912 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
SHIPS TO HEAR DANGER THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS, July 20, 1912.-99 DRAWN BY W. B. ROBINSON (SEE “SCIENCE JOTTINGS’' PAGE).

SHIPS TO HEAR DANGER THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS, July 20, 1912.-99 DRAWN BY W. B. ROBINSON (SEE “SCIENCE JOTTINGS’' PAGE).

AHEAD: A SIXTH SENSE FOR VESSELS.
July 20, 1912 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
Astounding revelations are contained in a Blue Boole just published ; Correspondence Respecting the Treatment of British Colonial Subjects and

Astounding revelations are contained in a Blue Boole just published ; Correspondence Respecting the Treatment of British Colonial Subjects and

Native Indians Employed the Collection of Rubber in the Putumayo District.” The official title suggests not all the remarkable matter it heads. Indeed, the Report, which is by Sir Roger Casement, records horrors before which the Red Rubber accusations made during the late King L
July 20, 1912 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
AKIN TO THOUSANDS TORTURED AND KILLED: PUTUMAYO NATIVES ' ''^ : ,ip ~ I. WITH ELABORATE PATTERNS PAINTED ON THEIR

AKIN TO THOUSANDS TORTURED AND KILLED: PUTUMAYO NATIVES ' ''^ : ,ip ~ I. WITH ELABORATE PATTERNS PAINTED ON THEIR

BODIES: HUITOTO WOMEN. ■>. DWELLERS IN THE PUTUMAYO RUBBER DISTRICT. HUITOTOS. 4. FROM THE NEW. MUCH • DISCUSSED “RED RUBBER" LAND: BORAS MEN.
July 20, 1912 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
3. AKIN TO MANY TORTURED AND KILLED BY RUBBER • SEEKERS. HUITOTO MEN. 5. WITH BODIES PAINTED: BORAS WOMEN.

3. AKIN TO MANY TORTURED AND KILLED BY RUBBER • SEEKERS. HUITOTO MEN. 5. WITH BODIES PAINTED: BORAS WOMEN.

Atfain to quote Sir Roger Casement's Report; "Flogging was the least of the tortures inflicted on the failing rubber-gatherer, but it was the most universal and indiscriminate. Every section visited had its ' cepo * or stocks and its duly appointed floggers in ordinary. ... In m
July 20, 1912 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England