Pathe-Magazine Revue Universelle des Sciences, Arts, Industries, Voyages, & Sports, No. 16

Title: Pathe-Magazine Revue Universelle des Sciences, Arts, Industries, Voyages, & Sports, No. 16
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Pathe-Magazine, Universal Magazine of the Sciences, Arts, Industry, Travel, and Sports, No. 16
Ways and customs. The Ainu. A people of Eastern Asia who have remained in their traditional ways and are diminishing. Their current territory is reduced to the south of the Russian island of Sakhalin, the three southernmost Kuril Islands, and the northern and eastern parts of Hokkaido. Living along the coast, they rely on the ocean for survival. They live in a state of revolting filth. The Ainu have special customs even for taking their tea. Travel. The Old Cities of France. Dreux, situated in a pleasant valley bathed by the waters of the Blaise. The City Hall, built in the Gothic style in 1513. The Saint-Louis Chapel serves as the burial place for the Orleans family. A some of the older houses date back to the 13th century. Verneuil, ancient fortress of Normandy, of which only the gray tower stands today, is the remainder of the castle of Henry I, Duke of Normandy. Old 12th-century homes. The Church of the Madeleine, historical monument from the 12th, 15th, and 16th centuries. Zoology. The Calao. A type of bird from the web-fingered sparrow group, living in the hot regions of Europe. The Calao is recognizable by its colossal size, and certainly by its elongated beak, large and slightly curved. Essentially omnivorous, this bird nourishes itself based on the circumstances with grains, insects, fresh flesh, and rotting carcasses, etc. Pathe Baby interviews Andre de Lorde, nicknamed the Prince of Terror, author of numerous acclaimed dramas played all over the world. Andre de Lorde hands over to his secretary the manuscript of the next drama that will be playing at the Grand-Guignol Theater. He smiles anticipating the effect that all the fiction invented every day by his powerful imagination will have on the public. Andre de Lorde is the author of "On the Telephone", "Professor Goudron's System", "The Last Torture", etc. Andre de Lorde, by Barrere. "I try to awake in the public's soul the sentiment of pity for all of humanity's suffering." Andre de Lorde. New Inventions. A new bomb weighing 500 kilograms is tested by the American aviation on an armored scrap boat. The results are decisive: one bomb is enough to sink the enormous boat.
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