Boy Scouts Beyond The Seas
Avenue of crossed staves formed by Boy Scouts and Girl Guides at Copenhagen. I drove through it in a motor car.
In Copenhagen, the Town Hall is the great thing to see. It is quite modern, only lately built, and is a magnificent building. One of the features about it is the lifts, which keep running slowly up and down. They have no attendants in them. You simply have to jump in or out fairly quickly. I saw one stout old lady come and look at the lift. She did not seem to like trying to jump in, but there seemed no way of getting it to stop for a minute; she looked helplessly around; then she had another look at it. The more she looked the less she liked it, and finally she gave up the idea of visiting the upper floors of the building, and went sorrowfully away.
The lift in the Town Hall at Copenhagen is a continuous-moving one--you have to jump in or out of it pretty smartly.
Old Lady: “Shall I venture!”