Pathe-Magazine Revue Universelle des Sciences, Arts, Industries, Voyages, & Sports, No. 03

Title: Pathe-Magazine Revue Universelle des Sciences, Arts, Industries, Voyages, & Sports, No. 03
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Pathe-Magazine, Universal Magazine of the Sciences, Arts, Industry, Travel, and Sports, No. 03
Industrial Art. Damascus. The copper chiselers. Syrians are marvelous at chiseling guilloche patterns. Travel. Santa Barbara Mission (California) is found a few hours northwest of Los Angeles. This cloister was constructed by the first Spanish monks that debarked for the Pacific coast. These places are visited as the last remnants of the New World. Invention. Germany, Kiel. A newly perfected diving suit was tested in the port. The diver is securely enclosed in his new armor. The ends of the arms are fitted with jointed claws that can be maneuvered from the inside. This suit, which weighs 1,500 kilograms, is equipped with a supply of air, light, and a telephone. The Dive. Winter Sports. The American cyclist Carman is equally an ace at ice skating. Competition. Typing ability. On a typewriter and receiving dictation, Miss Woodward, holder of the speed champion title, participates in the contest. After the regulatory five minutes, Miss Woodward once again obtains the European title of Speed Champion with 3,519 keystrokes. Transportation. This new means of transport has greatly amused New Yorkers. The garage is not difficult to find. Science. Interview of the great French intellectual Edouard Branly, member of The Institution. The professor in his office. " To perceive and then ignore a new fact, a sole seeker must make a long and stubborn effort. " - Edouard Branly. The master tirelessly pursues his research in the laboratory. The illustrious intellectual is repeating the experiment which, in June 1890, led to his discovery of the T.S.F. principle.
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