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Economy, PhysicalCIulture. lmportantsectionsare Live Stool}. the northeastern and southwestern part of the United States.
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Appropriath by the State of Miggourj. §1_i,iii,_i,.ii.‘ Fraternal Orders Building. eighty rooms; cost. :Jowitm.
Still to be appropriated for U. 8, Government exhibit, immune, Magnificent landscape UHCCB are planned
Appropriation for the Philippine exhibit, Sgsiigitin, Beautiful fountains. flowers. shrubs and trees
Leading Governments of the world to participate, Hundreds oferoups of costly originalstatuary.
All States and Territories of the United States to take part. Wonderful CICCWC‘” effects 0” grounds ““‘] buildings.
Exhibits arranged in fifteen great departments. OVW 303“" horsepower for EXDOSiUOH U589
Education and Social Economy Building, inmxhnu feet. Tournament of Airships; prizes amount to Home.
Art Building (permanent) to cost flJltIllJlflU, Intramural Railway to all parts of the grounds.
Liberal Arts Building. .‘;JRXTSlIfeet; cost, S--lt.li,litlli. _ Louisiana Purchase consummated April Ruth. 1N8.
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Varied industries Building. fourteen acres; cost :fljiiJiotL Mississippi River and Rocky Mountains. now represented by
Machinery Building covers twelve acres; cost. tumult"). fourteen States and TertitOiies.
Electricuv’ltauildlijnglgovers seven acres; CUSI.‘$-Illll,llllllfl, Original payment to Napoleon Bonaparte, $15.ituii,nnil.
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Glas 0W ”fish‘fi,‘ '_. 1\\333" Frl’gfidfitl From New York: .’Y'i 'Who have for so many years carried on Altogether the saloon is an ideal ocean wnh everything at hand that the most Iilorrisou spateiitwrthdrawable fllrltlaceisf
g ’wat‘a‘g «$313 I v,: .. ~_jt§f;l,§ ‘ ii" \N\ 237 “‘7’ “7'41: 332,74 3?: with much success a regular line of pas- dmmg mom- ardent Skael' could destre- .gleg 2* heating surface 0f nearly 470,000
Liverpool :5 ‘fé’fi‘lil‘kim : tk‘i' ,I .’.-5 Lil Mtg," wfi-‘Wr 4 Saturday, May 3rd. ‘ g: senger steamers between Glasgow and New Immediately above the main 53100“: 0“ I If] the “mt and second Flags accommo- 1 square {9‘51- The steam steering {163' is
London on ” “ _ i". Efii‘uwit‘hflr \‘s‘wfigaltgxgl Saturday. May 3151:. I :4: York,which have secured a steadily increas- the bridge-deck, and easy of access by the ‘ dations ”lfjsmlhwayji corridctjrs, 531:0“ 913' of special design with angled barrels and
Dundee ‘..I: L . l l . , ,4 I‘ an“ $23 lg; d~:u;’~‘“ac‘ii \if’fl .l Saturgay. :llu'lle 22:: 7:: ing amount of patronage from the travel- grétijnd Staircase, is the library, a spaCIOus :ZZfihiiic 1:; Shieldei-ith‘ flenttrEbeb: , gear wheel: ofIannealed cast Steel, while
Manchester l ,l . ”twig his ‘3: Iftitfiijiis’fil..lf.‘.‘3tit:fi 2' C\\\I ‘Et at!" ny, U y - ,, ing public, have recently added to their an well appornted room, .lbxriliIfeet,Ifitte(l '13- wh‘ h d) . . P451 .1- to patent .iquid controlling brake has
L d d r .4314, . f '.i. tl Idagfidléfihsa i4 4I t_“‘n?;§tzm3“ \ ‘, IL“. 3 Saturday, Aug. 23rd. already large fleet, a new steel twin screw With bookcases containing a JudICIously “'95- . " 111C .rerjhfif 1t ”1113:5451 2:01:12 I. been fitted to avonl Jarring and straining
on on er y _ ixfljél’ 1, '$gimwam ' W 44 , ‘ . F . passenger Steamer, of the highest class, Chosen assortment of books to suit all 8V9“ “1 1 e ”3% CM “83} er a" “ 1C 11111162“? weather. . ‘
1'13; " inf." - ’ - - - .7 rom Glasgow. - called the ., COLUMBIA," which. while readers, elegant and completely equipped (10 mUCh t0 conduce ‘0 qtlle‘ and Comfort< On the forecastle head there is placer:
. . I: Saturday, Apr. 19th. . _ not quite approaching the dimensions of writing a'lCl other tables, comfortable set- “the passengers. , . a direct steam capstan windlass fitted
Henderson Brothers . . .,- -‘,; n --. ,, ,,‘_ , , . ‘.-._.-‘.___, II fl Weary-win - ‘..,‘A‘ Saturday, May 17th. :4 L the Liverpool Leviathans. which would be tees and cosy corners, where we are sure A? mgardé 45m?” ”10d?“ luxurles as . with warping ends, brake Stoppers, etc.
New York 3 l was!» t. V ' 4 ‘- ,. I“ ., ?" Saturday, June 14th. out of place on the Clyde, is by far the Passengers Will find the tlme P4155 only ‘00 [211:]? eifcfilcbi‘ighi‘ elSCtIricCtjtellstftct. the‘ “m iicmmnbmi‘ 15 mt (my a passen-
. '. ,...—{I‘Ifl- 4 ii.‘ I,” :.y j—«I ...-.,. ,. Saturday, July 12th. . largest and finest vessel ever built for the rapidly: The walls-are lined \Vlth polished 5 l. 14‘ a mIIa ) P10" Iek- 41.111457 C 1“Sitger vessel, but Will be able .to carry a
Chicago M. -_ , .— _ . " ' ‘..fi;‘_4'4”i‘“:_"jjf'T?[L..~.4:w‘~-;',.. "77211!" . Saturday, Aug. 9th. . Glasgow and New York trade and in that oak variet' With satin wood panels divided tlrauglits, ping 1’0"}41563 ‘lu01tbi “1‘34 and 3 large cargo as well, so she is provided
' "C “W “*‘Tfitfi' . , . - - . . b olishvad oak illasters, The Hg is 0th” means 0f enjoyment “111 be pro- 1 with specially" larrre hatches whi ‘1 a e
. . . ~_ . ,i;.~:ei..-,_,t. .L‘ I Saturday, Sept. 6th. respect therefore Is quite a new departure y P P , . or "1 l f ., ~l 'l' .. f .. A _ l . e . Cl . r
. . . ~14.- V». I . , ' m ‘ ten»? ““”: a?“— Thursday, Oct. 9th. in every way. covered “'lll a rich carpet at choice de- ‘1' 9‘ or ““1 L 455 0 1’3555‘18'6’5- ,required owing to the bulky electrical
~ . . ,..1 I ‘. The new steamer is 500 feet in length Sign, the 431‘36 square windows are {med very thorough and complete system 0f na- and other machinery, rails, ironwork,
. . . . over all, by 56 feet moulded breadth and with stab at} glass draw panels and sun t‘lll‘al and mechanical ventilation has been I etc.. which is now being exported from
.-...-, ' . 3“ feet deep, with a gross tonnage of blinds, also with easily regulated ventila4 httedI throughout the entire "‘35531 andiAmerica to Britain. The cargo will be
. ' .. 8,400 tons, a. deadweight capacity of (5,700 tors, in fict everything the owners, with electric fans have been l’laCEd wherever loaded and discharged by means of ten
. _tons, and when fully loaded her displace- their long experience, could COHCElVE 35 they are required. i horizontal winches.
. ment will not be less than 15,000 tons. likely ‘0 ”mince ‘0 the comfort of the THIRD CLASS ACCOMMODATION 1‘ The ”C01“’“Ma"l’5l”g ‘hflargEStves‘
. . The “Columbia" is a strikingly liand- ladies, for whom this apartmentis particu— . . . _ I‘sel ever built to regularly traverse the
some and imposing looking vessel with a larly intenled, appears to have been pro- .SpeCIal attention has been ‘16”)th “1 l somewhat tortuous channel of the upper
. _ Straight stem and elliptical stern, having vided witl’ a lavish hand. ‘ the “Columbia” to this Class 0’ passen- I Clyde, the owners have been careful to
DECK PLANS OF S. S. “COLUMBIA ” , two steel pole masts of fore and aft Another handsome stairway leads to the gem The accommodation ’5 Sima’ed onisupply all the telegraphs, Speaking tubes
schooner rig and three tall funnels. The. Promenad: Deck where the gentlemen will the Main and Tween DECkS' The married . and other facilities experience-4 suggests
, / ,, . “"‘"“" 0‘” ‘ ._., vessel is divided up, so as to ensure her find an ain and almost luxuriously fitted people, families and Sil‘gk’ women areito enable the captain from his position
» ’ ' ”Ci “"7 \\::_,-.\/:vl::f-(.—::l/‘ -__ a ‘\444 ' . safety, into nine water-tight compartments Smoking lxoom with domed skylight and bathed in separate calm” 0“ th“ Main on the upper bridge to communicate
“___” .; at . “(is Q ,q th \‘. and has six decks, named respectively the large windiws all round making it a most deck and after T‘VST“ decks; 5933mm immediately whenever required, with the
5“” 4 o} \'.. Witt l,4 . 77'“? "5,297 U "-3‘51i‘\\ Tween Dock, Main Deck, Upper DeckI cheerful place. The walls are of solid rooms are also Plow“? for_511]gh men. engine rooms, with the officer Of the
"“ "° ’ "“ ““’“ 4“” % :5 _o. ‘i _Jli l4) l 4,.) fl, 7 1‘ t [Mn-l“? '47 ”7‘” .,. ' H" ”a" W ”77‘ ’_:> Bridge Deck, Promenade Deck and Flying fumed oak ofa handsome dark appearance. The dmmg accommodation for tliisc'ass 0’ ‘ lookout forward, with the wheelhouse aft
, 'S'JI .Gfl-J ' ‘ ' ‘wo keel . 4 Bridge Deck. The arm Chairs and settees, with con— passengers 1S provided “‘ltIh tables. seats 1 and With the officer on the POOP-
. c a , 7,, @QV-(LH‘; Z:, W,“ ,-.--__-__——'4444"" 4 ’ K L FIRST CABIN ACCOMMODATION “intently 1‘13““? tables are arrange? 5" as 1123:133322210 Tiff; tiztzlciinlfi‘ltifiz:t Bilge keels 1'3 iHCheS Wide and 220 feet
V A CM ’ J 7‘ ‘ 5mm: um 74 is situated amidship wiili staterooms for toIgIve the maximum Of comfort “‘nh the equal to that of aiiv other ocean liner Iglong are fitted to the vessel’s Slde to
4443—4“ . x \2-, < 216 passengers on the main and bridge mmlmunff‘ftrouble and should Please_the modem in Henna; ‘t 0 t1 . I’lobvmte rollingm heavyweather-
fizzg'fllgjt , ,I __ ,,._ , ”ft" "gm" ff} "’I"'IT"'I""4I . .. w". ". oI -. \._ tr. , ,I . _ most critical devotee of “ my lady nico- _ - .pee ' u I“ JPPU The "Columbia” is intended to sail
V Lu, m~ " @3172??? ‘ i :34 Q‘ If 37,2 1" in 52m:f“.f'§ 6n "9‘ fix: I l ‘ ‘ ._ .E. decks. lhe staterooms on the bridge deck tine-H deck thls ClaSIS 9f passengers W111 have a ‘fr0u1 Glasrrow everv four weeks a lan
‘14” *‘l .-4::. Ti" 1‘ till ,. - . d "'"“ - -- ”do ‘4. 4 for one, two or three passengers Will be a - - comfortable Slttll‘l” room for women and . ° ' ‘ p ~
(/ l l‘l4‘ ’ o til 0 .' I --:"'|0 , l/ “, (JEOEE/fi) h E] It -—h44u- z u" ”w "0" 4 4 '4 4‘4"""W" tf" ‘ special feature in this vessel. They are The great want upon ocean liners IS a smoking room fir men Covered cor— WhICh has been found to answer exceed—
\\ , .' l—44lEt 1:41.41 c ”am-u" his; 4 ’1’: \‘J‘J—L—«h-A—j 1“ "j :‘Cmvli ‘ if?" ' "4W". 4'. 4 / very luxuriously fitted up with roomy easxlyéccegmble and commodious accom- ridors lead from One end‘of tli ' ‘ c] to ingly well in the case Of the popular
‘ \44- 4.4: G :‘5:*5’_7L Q; ‘ {354.} 4&3" ifi‘L: ”L 3% if kiwi". ' =§l ”W519i; ‘39—: 4’ [24,; couches maho ant foldin washstands modation for promeiiading and for deck tl tl ‘ ‘ ' ll ' f l e \‘ebs‘ > ‘ “City Of Rome". Anyone wanting a
R; 4 -~ «,,;;;_;;: 4 . . = ,-. ~ 44 mate. Midge”, “gm Wm; but we ~Co1umbia~ has been spec- O;:,;I;,figi;;ve;;:e;fig; ‘ w , Sm holiday mus it and be
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I ,4444 33‘"; _L .Lf 1;; :T—T-lfijfg—I’CJTI WhitttttttrttI/rnqqi Fififffr’gf’ffi53:54”?!It; I 37,—r, -. of: ill , Bligh? I‘ IUprln chx, athbettsnile. -lt het'etare largelsqhuar: \vmtdows, promenade deck eaCh 230 feet in length at forgotten tltat the perfect equipmeiittoftl America or Europe.
. ...1, 1]-; ... 55.45., “'I"7';_il'..1£ K,}I,,,I.II._, . Fania-m , , , ~ Films-€31 a... Ml ,I lL"“‘.”:‘Et‘3¥t$3,-t€v€5« i . .4? ill-C; -‘lli'l~.’>:3 ._ w to a mi muc more ig tt an t e or their disposal With waterproof shelter ontthc culinary department is an essentialj I . . .. _
...... l_',":4;i'_'- 7‘ vim ,4/44 -, “Til—I] ' 4444 ~ :ffi“¥§§{?‘jgf‘io ,4; i r l , _ {4" 4 [-4444 " [f~.i l—q -:lT’T".T:‘f§€5-'C: ii, I‘ 444 l Elli/«iii ‘( ,ffim‘l‘fli I'?’;.—, . dinary bulls eye, fitted thli ornamental both decks and a wind screen at the for4 feature in high-class passenger steamers. ‘ It 15 now some fiftyyears Since the 01d
$54454; , _‘ if} l (7% "bra ! ‘ ”fem”, ail l -‘ 1‘ (f {l l i, j‘ l l-ll/ )1 121:1 , ,l‘ril‘ l'l IF I l'lléll‘zfl’l tlllllllbtt‘fi’lfi“, shutters and a handy screw ventilator, t ward end‘ Electri li hts will be fitted so The “ Anchor ” Line have a well estab-l ”City Of Glasgow" sailed on her maiden
~—: :4;- Nfi ‘ Q Elf—33:} 1 7W77;7"'"5:’i:""‘4"‘w ..,: - - ,,, i udlfj“:'iv‘ W "C/ In 'I 7 ' i 155: m: MIL}:il¢5--‘{',I.,t+4"" which can be adjusted at will. as to mak'e these deaf as It ‘ht b ,- night as lished reputation for their admirable Cui- voyage from the Clyde and a comparison
-_ -1%;~r‘lf:l I.E’ :: {a}, —£:-’-l’531' . ,‘u a , idly lggcggitrfil ._m ‘tihij' t’l/ -fi’tlili‘j” The main saloon is a very handsome by day, and cross passages ghave)bee: pro— sine, and the Columbia is intended to sus- 0f the diiiienstons {and .‘iI‘TuaSeS 0;: tile
‘ ” "‘4 " " r ’*'\4-4 14.44 4 ..4--4-’- . 4 ,, 4 -. , “7472-:.--.4--'_444.44: 24.44.2444,. ...- 44 . 444 4 r 44 4 ”“‘““" 44"“ ' apartment situated on the upper deck, well vided for the convenience of passengers. tainaiid extend this reputation. A Bakery two steamers Is ,a a“ m ication 3 It e
lit, well ventilated and heated throughout ‘ and two large Gallcys of unusual Size are growth and d?“ €101"?th Of our lrans—
_ ,. _ , . pm svn: . by copper pipes in massive marble topped SECOND CABIN ACCOMMODATION provided, \vliiCli are fitted out complete “I‘m/“C trade Since 1830:
M.,/44 '3-1”lg-:iilie'l-“inff ”Ti-j»: ,“ “VFCEEAEJZSQH 1;,”st “’5. I-thwIIItI'I-i erItiIIi outward Klaus“ '.th 13H; "It-IF, “'"lfi‘WE'Wt .- x; :3;: Mam chn. radiators, so that it can be made comfort- is located amidsliip towards the after end with the latest improved ovens. ranges, 3 “CI“. oi: (:i..iscow" 4~Cor_u.umn"
l [Mfifijfiéfifl @ :4513'75i,;:tff FEE—l was :' ‘.tfl 15': i-: .l'a—dhfilfl ngp'j‘lljll" able and attractive at all seasons of the of the vessel with staterooms on the main Silver grills, steam stockpots,steaiii vege- “ugh ‘10 ft“ 500 feet
. 3.)." 17' l l , ' 'fl '( ‘ I'I' ' _II¢:»;I 2:2 ”I" ' I ' ' .4 3.. I i. If“; '. my”? l .‘, D 7",? ”’”-y; ‘ij m-YEEll-“h; t- year. The scheme of decoration is simple, deck for 364 passengers, who will find that table cookers, liot closets, etc. A large I 5mm ..1: {Cat 5.. rest
""5" ‘ E’Efi ’7" ' 'l (w: ”ck" i i ll [ i t a: . l 1:31)); ““E‘W l7,=i‘ Hi, WT: “ ‘ 35'I I‘ .’ .447 Ifi> but bright and artistic. The ceiling is their comfort and convenience in everIIv re4 cold storage chamber with sepera’te com- Depth ,‘i feet . 3n feet
all “Wild“ ~."--."'~ ’ 54' 1 572,541 " it," 4 4‘ 4 44444 ’ 1‘ ('4'4417444‘4'143‘44-” z ' .__.-"11‘ 13,274,954“ 1 “142% E‘Ul done in Lincrusta ,of unique pattern and Spect has been excellently catered for. purtments for fish, vegetables and merit TOWN-2“ “’““ ‘0’“ ”0" ‘0‘”
5W W $1135 ‘7'"; 18‘: ”3’1" 1“! "if." 7 J @319: 7:"; m": $2.53}? 3”: 3"“- “fl‘ ‘3‘" I?" W’- 9 FILE ler""‘L‘“‘/:’"fi/t the walls are treated in an exceedingly ef- The Dining Saloon on the upper deck is is provided with powerful refrigerating I‘lllsiilcS. Overhead Bram ..Tf‘im screw ,
Chi ‘3‘ .‘.-nj'l'lfg‘l—é‘é: ":- fhl‘lulfjflikt (ii‘u-ttql‘il—arli‘ 1".” 1""; Jl‘lil’g‘ J’f- 32:, 33""; ll?“ ‘.“13-1‘?‘ 15"": 1‘" (.l.;I .lv‘ ,.J‘é rill“ "1 ' ’ fective manner after a desi n s cciall ainted enamel white lined with solid ma- machitierv, not onlv to maintain the In‘sm‘mou J“ condc‘bmg lnple upmmo“
“' . L14" ‘4'] . ‘ ‘rJ-LF. '2 ‘.-l ’3 .’ f‘ .'z 4..-n g 4:! l2- (,5. - .',in l-oubyl in? Lot l-Ii,,- Til . 41.”.1. 1. .' iris/‘J' 4-l'J~ ‘ "-‘ g p y p ' ' v . .
Q try/..,..." t. m. Bums cum-"mm” mm mmm mt prepared by a Glasgow artist. The fur- liogany with polished mahogany pillasters. necessary temperature, but to supply the Il It is to be hoped that this expansion of
W" 5;,- _ niture and general appointments are very The furniture is of oak and much super- large quantity of ice which is daily re. ,7 trade may continue to increase from year
,' £34,; 15;. . .,‘i’; wrd’AL—“l [fit ‘5 till u ll ”t "2" t; :5 "'14 4r _ :4 , tow” DWI , handsome, and there is more than the ior in design and hnishI to what one usu— qtnred. . . I10 yeah so that the owners “Ill feel \\ ar.
4/ 4: filth“. f.'"-'-.‘. rl 1:" l l '—N"""""7“——“ ' “7 i H" " ,,’ :"'47.lii 'lilill‘llll' 14.1,, _ I4 _ usual space between the tables, many of ally sees in second cabin accommodation. The “Columbia" 15 propelled by two , ranted in making further demands upon
//[/i%;F =il H 3", - "3313-7 71295444., ll’.]’ ' l 1‘ '1 I ;4.i l? [ l‘T—h .4 m. l :4; ,. ttl'l't‘vi’t‘lw'T ' grf'ii"35l‘4\ which are small, for the convenience of The ladies’ room or library is directly sets of powerful triple expansion marine I the capabilities of the sliipbuilders of the
f: ’; ,.. , 'Ii flféhjgwmi FTHEEEA‘ (Tl "w- l mu- m” l; I " l,’ ‘Jllel l 3 iii; l4 :-”,‘,_ 1’ng {Ill iii llll lll’lijh - \ family parties wishing to dine by tliem4 above the saloon and is also painted enamel engines of the latest type with cylinders Clyde to produce other \'eSSEIS 31 1935‘
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. lfii‘lmfiffin rt;- Emj4‘4‘"4=4;:m'iI I" tlm‘l l 2 ‘7 LT." , iTl . ‘l . , ,. 10;]:th 5:!/l 7’ selvest the handsome solid mahogany white finished In mahogany, With oatl-iIof t)l:1.%”,I :tflle/ alt/id ho” diameter, it. equal to, Ill they CESLhCJLt‘tSIIIIrB'IWb 01L ne“
4“” '902 Fligljf—Efiw'fil l;__,,, l . ' 4 ~‘444444’44 44 ' ' lac/Erin:— tht: t; I'Elggl-LPJLE: '4 ‘ HENDERSON Momma . revolving chairs are most comfortable and furniture. there are books for the stlldk I bpk‘CtHCl) J) 4 0 Stroke. 'lliere :er ABLHOR 41N1‘-*\ 4 '4 ’ 4 -
Arrow l. I“ B , L 44 “’L‘LA rI_:" ' .‘,- 1;“; L-ll-4 ll l i 2} :75. l l I5 521.5,}? - tLL.’ 4’44 I76 JAcKsoufir CHICAGO.
(Betsy): $322331, (3:53?) ”mm “mam am AND ”6'19 BRUADwAr. New YORK. .,
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THE ROUTE OF ‘ g

The Anchor Line United States Mail Steamers '

Between New York and Glasgow, along the rugged Northern Coast of Ireland calling

at Loch Foyle to land the Irish mail and passengers at Londonderry, thence past the

Giant’s Causeway, Mull of Kantyre, into the Firth of Clyde, past the islands of Arran
and Bute on the left and