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Turkey recently bought 8
monoplanes in .France, 2 in Eng
land, 2 in Germany.
Bulgaria owns 1 monoplane
and 3 biplanes and has ordered 3
more from Germany. Several of
cers in Servian army are airmen.
Greece owns 6 French biplanes
and 1 hydroplane.
Vienna. Thirty French aero
planes passed th'fough Innsbruck
on way to allies in last two weeks,
Washington, Oct. 10. -John
D. Archbold, of Standard Oil,
star witness before Clapp investi
gating committee today.
Admitted giving Foraker, then
U. S. senator from Ohio, $44,500
in 1900. Said it was for "attor
Admitted giving Quay, then U".
S. senator from Pennsylvania,
$10,000 in 1902,
Acknowledged letter from Sib
ley which suggested Archbold
meeting "prominent senator who
would be tower of safety in time
Admitted writing letter to Sen
ator Mark Hannawhich referred,
to "threatened and 6bjectionable
legislation in Ohio" and a propos
ed investigating committee.
"We want to enlist you to de
feat these measures," said the let
ter. "That was the year of strike
legislation," said Archbold, ex
plaining today, "and every man
of corporate interests felt called
on to fight such legislation. That
was my sole purpose in writing
the letter to Hanna."
Archbold admitted sending $1,
000 to former Congressman Gros
venor of Ohio to "help him in
Admitted writing letter in
which he said of former Con
gressman Sibley of Pennsylvania
Uhat "all corporate and vested in
terests will at least nave iair con
sideration at his hands."
Yesterday Charles P. Taft ad
mitted giving about $500,000 to
his brother's campaigns, and. $44,
.926 fo last campaign in Ohio.,
Curiously, the "Get-the-Col-onel"
senate committee wasn't a
bit curious as to how all this
money Charlie Taft handed out
o his brother was spent
Dan HaTiha, of Cleveland, tea
tified he gave $177,000, to Bull.
Moose cause $50,000 through JJ.
Y. headquarters; $50,000 through
Walter Brown, Ohio state chair
man, and $77,000 exclusively for
Indianapolis, Ind., Oct. 10.
District Attorney Miller said to
day that Eugene A. Clancy heard
about Los Angeles Times ex
plosion in Boston and sent his
wife in San Francisco message to
Called in heads of both tele
graph companies at Boston and
San Francisco to prove it, but
couldn't do it. ,
Of all Western Union and
Postal telegraph managers exam
ined so far, Miller hasn't got sin
gle bit of evidence against alleged