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EMPLOYES WANT WANTHIGHER WANTHIGHER
HIGHER SALARIES MIESIncreased SALARIESBEFORE SALARIESBEF
BEFORE BEF EPENSIONS EPENSIONSIncreased PENSIONS PENSIONSIncreased
Increased Pay Pa Would Re Result Result Resuit ¬
sult in Greater Efficiency EfficiencySays EfficiencySays EfficiencySaYsJ
Says SaYsJ J W Buck BuckNO BuckNO BuckNO
NO CHANGE IN PAY PAYSINCE PAYSINCE PAYSINCE
SINCE 1858 HE ADDS ADDSIn
In Other her Fields Advances Have HaveCorae HaveCome HaveCceme
Come With Higher Cost Costof CostcH CostGf
of Livi UviWhySalaries Living LivingF5ka LiviVT1iy
F5ka VT1iy WhySalaries Salaries es Should Be BeRaised BeRaise BeRaised
Raised First FirstHigher FirstHillier FirstHigher
Higher salaries will salve be the sa saperaauatiea HperaAltUttiK segeiaaauatlea
peraauatiea fxtiesa fxtiesaWitbeat prHlemWit1lettt preblemWithout
Without increased eased salaries the centriixteW cen contriewtfrry centriW
triewtfrry f fcm ef retirement retirementw retirementww retirementwould
w ww M he a haxd hardlup hardlupNo up upI p pNo
I No eaaaee far straigfct t peasiea e111eVs e111eVsI togis togisi Igislattsa
i I latle JatiJae waleas t ias salaries s M are first firstraised 5traiNi Srstrascal
raised rascalIacrenes i iIncreases
IlJIcreMes
Increases ia saxy werid greatly greatlyBy greatlyl
l i iJRpc prre ft e ef service serviceI
I By JOSEPH JO PH W BUCK BUCKEditor BUCKEditor BUCKEditor
Editor ef e the Wu WaMagte W agtea Inveatigater InvatigatarCongreeE InveatigaterCongress hvetigatrCongre
Congress should 14 first Increase tsa + ease the sal salaries saIriee sohriea ¬
aries riee of the civil employes fad then thenuuated tIMRTOicJe titleprotide
protide TOicJe for tile redreme adt It t or supenLD supenLDDuated sop VYf VYfnuated
uuated employes mepioyesPresent employesPre aapIoyPre
Pre Pre nt Deeds shoald be considered consideredfirst Idered11st oonetderedo
first firstmen In other wunt wit ds a tJaoa8aIId th thmen o aefdss of ofmen
men i iwith and wnaea are today toda7Tith todaywith
with conditions that are akin to real Hatpoverty realj realjpove realv
pove poveby v poverty > ertJ became eC tile ow salaries paid paidby paidby
by tha Government cc eL Hundred of faa families faa11l f filea ¬
ilea 11l have only the hare aeceesttJes aeceetdeslife tIe ef efiife eCate
life ate being denied any 7 of the theand htxnries htxnrieswnd Jux1IrIestI
and tI nd comforts by reason of their poor poorshould poor1I r
l 1I wages 8ge8I
I It t is noble end right that CoiIpshould Counts Countsshould sea
should took tote the fatera i ura and aMfur ad adfor ls provide providetnoa wde
fur tnoa tbawta wti WM wB wIUU pstr rww oM In tile theservice th thor tilervice
service rvice but k kportaDt b egDaly or vore trot a aportant tm tming
portaDt to taIIIe heed of the Ju work war1tDg worke
ing Dg and faithful employ a in i s the th thSear e present presentyear e
year 1 Ear No OBI cam deny that somemediate some BUlINme Im Immediate ¬
me mediate < Uate steps should be takeu to tothe retire retirethe retkethe Tee Teewin
the aged employee empIo on a basic that thatease will willp willthen
ease p e then ia comfort OOwf t in their theiryears tbckears thenears
years ears bat u is more mgent thatahoulri that thatshould thatahou1 as
should ahou1 ntsst Iii t be ralliedQ raised raisedQnestioss ratedQuestions
Q Questions ti Are Inseparable Inseparableretirement Iaeepara8leThe
The ques gneetfoeo oas oC salary J IcreeeTeUTelDC1t iacremee ajd ajdrettremrtt
retirement are Insfpnrabty naked nakedeach and IUICleach
1 each will have ha a bearing on tb tbwhen other otherwhen otJMrwhen
when considered con dered by Cook CongresB ogee There Therero te > tero a
ro 1 0 evasion of this fact and therefore thereforeit
it should be apparent t that the theL salaries salariesLSSUC Jarlesue
LSSUC L sue should come comeAdv0cat nrst nrstAdvocates frMAdro
Advocates Adro 8 of the contributory plan planretirement of ofretirement ofretirement o
retirement frankly admit ad tt that thelion the adop adoption aclop110n ¬
lion of the scheme by CoDgreea Congress without withouta
a provision for an increase te lawould salary salarywould saJaryWouJd
would be b sure to work worka a a hardship They Theycontemplate T1tqQntempJMe Theytontemp3Me
contemplate < simultaneous action OR atmovements both bothmovements ItOtmovemeJlta
movements but it would wouJcIM be fatal fata1if If th thanticipadoD thanticipations ak fr franticipation
anticipation failed and only the retire retirement ret1rmeDt retirement e ¬
ment ie legislation eIaUon wer were pinnrrt MdIt pinnrrtIt
It is almost a certainty that Cso Congress Congresswill r rw1II 8 IIOft
Oft will 111 not grant straight civil chitand pensions pensionsand Moo8and
and grant an increase in the tINbreatlL thebreath next nextbreath
breath It wm consider the pension peDefoaan as asan asan
an increase hi pay and the result r will willbe wiltbe Willbe
be that only the aged employee would wouldbe wouldhe wou woue id
be e benefited and thousands of unpaid unpaidworkers 1IDpIdWorkers mpsk mpskworkers
workers would continue to bear their theirburden theirburden that thatburden r
burden of lew wages wagesHowever wqeHoweYlr wagesHowewr
However if salaries Jarfea were met metthere increased increasedthere ed edthere soloedbeing
there is a possibility bIIlt7 of Congress t oo6rees oo6reesforced being beingforced beIDgforced beingtd
forced to allow ppnsinni IR I C for the superannuated super superannuated superannuated ¬
annuated It K doabtfttl doabtfalwhether 1 though thoughwhether UIeutIIhetl1e td h
whether Congress be liberal eaeugh e enengkgrant toad to togrant togrant
grant pension sad then tvra aravad aravadand anNBdand area areaand ad
and raise salaries salariesSalary salar1eSalary rtea rteaSalary
Salary Qeestiea Predominant PredominantAmple Pre PredominantAmple einntAmple
Ample evidence has already been pre presented pr prented prtented e ¬
tented by The Times to demonstrate demuo rMe rMeurgency e the theurgency Uteurgency theh
urgency of an Immediate increase tacraiewhy and andwhy a4lwhy
why the salary question should be bectL beCeetlued given givenContinued h a
Continued ctL on Eleventh Pace PaceWEATHER Pa PaWE PageWEATHER
WEATHER WE THER REPORT REPORTThe
The indications i indfe osso are that the Cold wave wavetemperature waein w vi vithe
in the East tl1 be followed byteruderature by rIItItg rIItItgtetJ rlst
temperature tetJ 1t1Ift during tou tonight it t sad sadexcept Sunday SmIdII7except 5saad Sundayexcept < y
except that colder w weather WIll over overspread cwerFpreec1 overspread ¬
spread the upper lake region r sad sadMissIWpp1 the theMississippi tJNlssls8ippl
Mississippi valley Sunday SacdayThere SardayThere SundayThen
There will be rains tonight or Sun ¬
day in the south Atlantic and east eastStates Gulf GulfStates GalStates
States Tennessee T I It and as s the th e Ohio valley valleyand valleyand valleyand
and rain or snow m the middle atlddlel AtlanticStates AtIauItIeStates Atlantic
l States by Saaday sight The w wwill weather weatherwill CKwHl es
will become unsettled with oral snows snowsm SReWSU1 aoewiIn
m the lake region tonight t or Sunday SundayFORECAST Sa SaFORECAST SundayFORECAST
FORECAST FOR THE DISTRICT DISTRICTFair DISTRICT DISTRICTPair
Fair air and continued cold tonight Sin Sinriay ShIflay Stnday
flay increasing rea n doadiaess and aDdrobably andyrobablt warmer warmerprobably
probably followed by rate or anew ue ueday Cam
day afternoon or night lowest 1eWWItture t tture tesspent
ture tonight about a boot a Ito degrees degreeseto moderate 1e
to brisk east to sooth 801IUITEKPElUTtJ1tBS winds wiuduTEMPERATURES I ITEMPERATURES
TEMPERATURESTIDE TEMPERATURES
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TIDE TABLE TABLETodayHigh TABLEToA4High
TodayHigh High tide 757 a m 111 111p aad aadp ate atep
p m m low tide 2J2 12 a m and sa 3 2fc p a n
Toiaarrow T TosterrowAgb w1Dsb EOgb ddF tl tkJ 12219 12 a au mt and
TM 1 t ti p p m low tide 645 45 a m fIIIIIl ad 7iB 7iBp i1p 7 1 1SLs
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SUN TABLE TABLEPun TABLERsn J Js
Pun rs rsSun rheas s 7 Ia 1 1O
Sun sets 4 4COXDITiON
CONDTTTOX O LTTTO OF OFHABTFPs RIVERS R V ERS
HARTKTiS HART EPS FERRY W Va Dec 3L 31
Both Botkrivers rivers clear clearf
f
Haw iJ Washington Will WillUsher W WillUsher ll llUsner
Usher in the New Year YearCapital YearCapital YearCapital
Capital prepares p epaOO to welcome the theJfew ihe iheNew theNew
New Year with a noisy greeting greetingHeteis greetingH greetingHotels
Hotels H teis and cafes wiM be thronged throngedfey
fey gay watchers watc ers and tables are areat areat areat
at a premium premiumMidnight premiumMidnight premiumMidnight
Midnight watches wfll w 1 l e e held ia ianumber a anmnber anumber
number of o chard and spec specttservices specservices spectservices
services will be held eld from n t tI te ter2
12 oclock oclockUsual oclockUsual oclockUsual
I
Usual noisemaking crewde will wiDtArong willthrong wiSthrong
throng Pennsylvania P 1lnsyIWl avenue ani aniether anietaer aniether
ether principal streets of f the theCapital tJteCapitaL thecapital
Capital CapitalMajor CapitaL1tL1j r rMajor
Major r Sylvester wa weeds H put a tea teaea baAn banen
ea all unseemly 1Mt aetse at mid saidnight midni midnight
night ni htand and aloe intend to stepthe step stepthe steptJte
the popping corks at this hear hearChristmas feetirChristmas MerChristmas
Christmas ctecaratJeBS a ill i 3tieRS at ens reaaain ia iaplace iaplace inpule
place in hotels aad beraes bes ee acid aadwifl aHwj acidwill
will lend br9Saaee brd > lanee te New Year YearEve YearEve YearEve
Eve celebration celebrationTO ce1ebratiencWASHINGTON celebratieneASHINQTON
WASHINGTON READY READYTO READYTo
TO GREET NEW YEAR YEARThousands YEARThousands YEARThousands
Thousands Will Welcome WelcomeArrival WelcomeArrival QeIcomeArrivaltEach
Arrival ArrivaltEach Each in His HissOwn HisThe HjsOwJiWay
OwJiWay OwJiWayTIM Own Y YThe
The Msad fe d sM yacr of K > ttaX with ib tt e eIta succeseea
cesses sal its qiiia > ipnintmni w its itsumiodliiB
umiodliiB and tnw tralleales dles Its joy aad aIIIIeirews ssQsKtUF I
eirews sKtUF hs sassy tJIIIIILY todayAt
At 12 oclock tonight toaip bt wove UJs Uotber aadother fad fadurns I
other Batioas 1Ia e4lehrate FsCier Fr Frwill Taeguwill = urns Thaswin
will throw late the tJaer dtoeaga dteestsomber another anothernumberand
numberand somber r and win w l introduce to a waIt wasting waItJd waith4 ¬
ing and watching public the figure 1 2lea tp 1IaIlea tpso
Ilea or o the a that everybody has haso grown I Ito
so o used to during the last 9R daysTh days a
Th The e Capital to ready to welcome theNew the theNew tileNew I
New Tear With tile weather of to today toI ¬
day New < + ew Tear Yeare eve amfits aaif Its nserrymaktag nserrymaktagaaver nleuJl1dJteftl
aaver seemed more m la order gye Sveryaedy x 1hcIy y J Jis
is i s ImpatfeaUy 11 bidiag the time until tit the thein
n shalt fail gad tba last six heels
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in R11 rJ roar p pAt
J At tae Ontr CInutwl11 Chttrdtes ChttrdtesThe Aev AevThe
The devout twl11 twl11wtth whit celebrate virt ta event eventwith
with church services sad sadwatches mf midvagbt midvagbtwatches bt
watches Hundreds H > idreds who are unable viableattend te teattend 10atteDtl I
attend the special church nee will wIRremain I
remain up at home bome homeaway awaiting the toll of o t I Itile
tile bells std die cello e f the thethat whales wIdIRIet
that shall 1 proctehn J the psates pasdtsganother of ofanother oC8etber
another mOeetone te the Journey o oThousands of m life lifeThousands meTJIou e
Thousands of others as has been their theirwont theirWORt thouri
wont upon ri pen former New Tear Eke fives EY will wfflthrong wmthroDg
throng the streets the theaters and the therestaurants there
restaurants re of Waebiagtaa W The Theor JIIII JIIIIor
or wands womaa n who goes to alejp sle n tonight tosrishtfore be before be beZona ¬
fore Anno A Domini ttn makes his hiswill debut debutwMi deINtwUt
will be a aKiepyhead r eed Indeed or else goowill be bewill
will be regarded as a fellow fellowjat who has hasJust I
Just arrived from the rural naalw districts districtswhere a
where w ere time is measured ed by the tberather saw sawrather
rather than by clocks clocksIn cIockIn
In tie th e Restaaraats RestaaraatsThe R talI tataraatc ts tsTIM
The hotel hotels and rcntaa nta of TTaaa TTaaaIngton W WIDgtoB i ash ashextesihs
Ington are making the most exteasfre exteasfrepreparations ex exprepraUons
preparations today gad alreadyare already aWN tasleaare aWNare
are at a premium Tb The proprietors pcoprietonbilling art artrubbing
rubbing billing their bands sfceetolly 7 ia antict antictpaUon aaticIpation
paUon of a real busy busyt aht sight The wait waiters waiters weltors ¬
ers stand about with Itching palms 1 iat iatpatieatlr
patiently biding their time untilopportuffity until tU the theopportunity
opportunity OP presents for them to bow bowlow ba w
low and hear some sweet young tbnig tbnigCbatinued Jgdtinued >
dtinued C Cbatinued OB Fourth Page PageNew PageSNOW
SNOW PREDICTED PREDICTEDTOffiORRaW
TOffiORRaW 6 onRa NIGHT NIGHTNew
New Tr rear ear Will Open Clear Clearand Clearand Cleaiand r
and Cold However Ac According According According ¬
cording to Forecast ForecastBefore ForecastDetore
Before MC tt the e new bon year y te teday fIe fIey
day y old she is to be christened elsietesedprobably and andprobaWy
probably 1IIy w Will wear a mantle of otfor white whitefor J
for it has MsbHB been predicted JI by the theratan weather weatherman weatherl I ImAR
man that there will be rat tK r snow anewmorrow to tomorrow te temorTOW ¬
morrow evening eveaiegPeople eveningPeople eVeA g
People Peo le will shudder when Old Father FatherTime FadterTIllIe I
Time removes remo MH from the throne at IS ISoclock
oclock toeigbt because It t has etas boa boacreed ae aecreed is
creed that the weather shun contiane contianelair center eoattfair centerfair ul I
fair and cold coldThe COldThe coldThe
The new Be year will make ke her heramid debut debutamid J
amid dark snrrovaafega 8UqCMI1 11 foe ior unless the theprophecies
prophecies af < the Weather Bureau BtaKaaincorrect are areincorrect areIIcorrect
incorrect tomorrow wW be marked DIalkedJlKreuIDg by byJnereasiag I
Jnereasiag dOMdinoas doH and warmer i iHKat toolperature tem temeratare
eratare HKat ure This is to be followed by byor rain rasnor
or aaoir aaoirOwteg 3BOWOwta asowOwilsg riI1l
Owteg to the continued cold weather weathertoday wen er ery tha t
today y ithas it bas ss been impossible to c clean cleanstreets le s C Cby
streets streetsa by the flushing process and as asa 8re I
a result re the seven gangs of men who whowere
were working with hose yesterday 7e have havebeen bay baybeen e
been laid oft Only the hegular Ia White WhiteTVBC w whitwhen iti e
I
when gai gangs s are II > a the work BOW BOWHad DOWBaa nowHad
Had mercury ascended to a aabove point pointshove OInti
shove i freezing flashing would have haveresaned been Iresumed jres
resumed but at noon the thermometer thermometerShewed titen o mete metepa C I
stewed wed the t e temperature teDa to be 2C 3 3six or orsix orsix
six degrees deI below the freezing irea S SThe pa point pointThe C I IThe
The Weather Bureau predicts a drop to tolast
H c1 decrees rees tonight It went to Si last lastD1Ft
D1Ft t I
Scperintendent a c p teo tesdect et Wo W Woads II of the Sur Street StreetCteaaiae set
Cteaaiae Departawnt this morning morningstated morn mornstated > ng
stated that all of ofthf the territory covered corer corerby ed i i
by b tho white w ite wing service has be beflushed been en i
flushed He prtmounc pronounN H the a streets ett9 to i ibe
be in pretty pre fair condition
4
ISCHOOL SCHOOL TEACHERS TEACHERSCANT
CANT FARM F ARMTHEIRPOSITIONS OUT OUTTHEIR
THEIR THEIRPOSITIONS THEIRPOSITIONSl POSITIONS POSITIONSM1st
Must l Est Not Employ Substltutes Substitutes
tutes Indefinitely Rules RulesComptroller R RulesComptroller les lesI
I Comptroller ComptrollerTEMPORARY Comptr ComptrollerTEMPORARY lIer lIerEMPORARYTEACHERS
TEMPORARY EMPORARYTEACHERS EMPORARYTEACHERSENTITLED TEACHERS TEACHERSENTITLED TEACHERSENTITLED
ENTITLED TO Y O FULL PAY PAYlastnjctor PAYIastntct P Y YIstracta
lastnjctor r Should Not Draw D w Sal Salary Sa1ary Stalary ¬
ary When He Does DoesNot Do DoNot DoesNot
Not WorkComptrollers Work WorlcComptrollers WorkComptroller
Comptrollers s Views Vit s As to toSubstitute toSubstitute toSubstitute
Substitute Teachers TeachersCw Teacherscpbar TeachersCenptzeMar
Cw cpbar ptx Her fffthj of f th Treasury y yoi rnMwheel rates ratessdftsGi
wheel teachers must not farm Mfarmstrt farmeat aDIi aDIilr
eat tb taeur lr r pos por posiions posiionsSubstitute ionfi ionfiSvfcstiiKte i iSwitBte
Substitute tearliers tea rS cannot be en enfa enfM engaged
fa gaged d far a indefinite panedSubstitute paned poriedSahstitute petiedS
Substitute S tt teachers must be bet pain pd pdth
tae t th e e fail salary drawn iy the rep regnlr repar rettlar
lr ar teacher teacherCawptraMer teacherCasapbwMr er erCpt
CawptraMer Cpt eJl6r declares that wbea wheateachers w ea eateadlers
teachers are iacapacitated their t1i8irUfti theirattates <
attates thud Ufti net appear en r reBs reBs1IK reds redsnor 8s
nor aaoeid th ty y recnve receive any part partaf prttWr partIf
af their salaryOmer salary salaryOz
o Omer Oz r af Bard of Bducati Bdu t n perrait per perattn pertt
rait attn tt hfcag JIkL efNtit1te efNtit1te1l1hite of f sahstitHte far fariuilaiait baredite
iuilaiait 1l1hite pcnd cause of dadataa dadataawhich IiIMLA
A dedeiw which apsBui the whole wholein wb8IeywteIa
ywteIa Jst elf easplnybg 1iD 1iDIn ssbdttttt ssbdtttttin tsaebers
in the District public schools which whichclams de declares de dedaftS ¬
clams that a taacber has no rtgat to tofarm
farm oat his position D fat an IssHanUi IssHanUipertbd 011 011aD4
paths and which goes farther rtk sill de
dares th the nubetltute tIt te eattttod to 4da the tti ttisalary fan fanwas tunaDowaDce
salary aDowaDce 0 of the thei4daf regalr haggler hagglerwas
was iwaaicday i4daf by the theto c Cmu tljI > ialln1ef ialln1efTweedsie t fi fiN
Jy > j jtL
N
t
so It ii Aiastoa tL l IIII raisedltiweeds < fl 1
wee ltiweeds K o the District may etc aJteet aJteetany eat eatalQ e > tt
any oae q be J be e LB teachers usaployed usaployedte AlII popd eel
te Wafttfngton Wee = ungtoa It simply means 111 maeehaswhm that thatwh thatwb
wh whm n f il ievb e + eher becomes 111 he may em employ eesploy ¬
ploy j saoetttnte provided the snbsti snbstitui su ti
tui tu te paM the Ie fun amount received receivedby r
by tae rugater teacher and UICIII provided the thesnhHtKs
snhHtKs e > te s not need mate than sixty sixtydays JIIJcUdaS shi ll
days daSBeard
Beard Exceeded Rights RightsThe Ri RightsThe Jtt JttThe
The Comptroller guided daddm that timakBoard the theBoard tbeBoard
Board of Education has no rl r ht to an anthorise au aua
thorise at attnte a teMber to emptor emptortate a subset subsett1Ka
tate aad pay la less than an the regular rrt re regularteacher tdtar
teacher t hr > s receiving receivingIn reeeI reeeIIB
In other words if a teacher te isto nnaMe nnaMeto
to teach he moat be considered off o t troils tae taeroD e eroUa
roD H Hf Ites s docked ti ked so to speak and andMs aIMIW
Ms hN salary mast go to the ms mega or r w warn weilldobIc warnan am amaa
aa doing dohs hat work werkThe wwkTIM workThe
The teacher who employs a abas aaaaUiajebargain aaaaUiaje uadWteMIs
bas DO rI rIsW bt to et Isle work dose at atbarpba
bargain l prices decides OoropXioOter OoropXioOterTracewen OuPtroOkTraeeweIL
Tracewen TracewenFX TraeeweILFor
FX For r thirty > years ro a Met of sKMMrtttat sKMMrtttatteachers subatitetttcha uta utaYa a
teachers available in I time ofgeocy of anger emergency rpeDeY ¬
gency has been kept toy the Beard o ollidaeatloel of ofBdocatton ofBdacat1on f
Bdocatton These aabedtates sab dt1Wswere generally seaerallydays generallywore
were amtployed for DOt more tIaaa thaadays sIxtT >
days The Board of o Education recently ieoen tly
issued aa order for the indefinite t8 eta etaplorniect etnplojrniect
plojrniect pIo t of a substitute sub and this thisConttaued thisCoattnlMd th thContinued
Continued on Seventh venth PageARRESTED Page PageARRESTED
AT PIE PIEIS PIER PIERAS PIERAS
AS CM i SHARPS ffllSTwo S
Two Tw Men Later Released ReleasedWhen ReleasedVhen ReleaseWhen
When Liners Passenger PassengerDeclines PassengerDeclines PassengerDeclines
Declines to Press Charge
NEW YORK Dec 3L 3LTwo Two men al 1
pond to be card sharps S rps who a + 110 Lr had fleoced fleocedthe
the paseeengrs JMUII t S on n the liner Campania Campaniawere CaInptt CaInpttwece min
were arrested arrest today when the ez vessel vesselreached
reached z oaaraatine 4IIMU1 tme in answer jo to a aleas wire
leas request HIlt i to the pollee P by eRe eRee
e the paoncagera paoncageraThe l88lJeDgenlrIMpriwo
The rIMpriwo ers gave their names Dames as asJ asJaB J JiB
iB Harvey and aadI J J E BelL BelLThe BeltThe
The arr facets ste revealed the story of offight offight t a
fight to the lounging room of the th sate sateafter
after one of the passengers P had hadae charged chargedthe riea
the two men with cheating at cards cardsHowever
However the complainants anger was wascooled
cooled by the time he got ashore ashoreas and leadrt andas
as he refased to press thQ charge c g rt the thetwo
two men were released BaI1etatuied BaI1etatuiedbe Bell cJalraed ctf med to tobe
be a London broker brok toa
r and Harvey is a a2ew aYorker
New Yorker he e says saysInspector
Inspector Russell several days ago agoreceived
received r6eelv a wireless message mee e from one oneof oneeC
of f the passengers wHo signed himself bIn8eIWJtt hirDae3tekI ti
3tekI 3tekIe 1 > eWitt e WJtt Bailey In the message he hetold
of the poker same and of the fight fightfat ftgktIII ii iiis ht
fat the lounging room which follow followed followedHe followedHe e
He said bad feeling had been engendered engendereda
and asked for protection Detectives DetectivesLeeon DetectivesLee DetectiveLexeoa
Lee and Moody of the central centraloffice entralotlle
office met use the liner According Aecordl g to toMary the thestory theIItor7
story told them t em by the passengers P8seeD ers one oneof oneof t
of the players lost 351 850 in the gains gainsBelL to toBelL toDeft
BelL A remark of another anot er passengeraroused JM passenger BBnletU8j1IcIom
aroused his suspicions and tfe thus = n next nextany
day when he e met Bell In the leunglne I Ie atsgl nS nScdca j
room be accused Beil of sharp pia practice cdca I
Ben made an indignant denial still anclangry atld1
a angry words Ted to o a fist fight which whichwas wh ir irwas h
was stopped Eto peed ed bythe by the liners 1ln crew
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MOISSANT D DASH S D TO TO DEti D1HN H HAS
AS AEROP AEROPLANE ANE N 1E 1JJ JIS S TURTLE
I IWAS
SOLDIER OF FORTUNE mmFigured FORTUNEAIRMAN
WAS DARING AIRMAN AIRMANFigur AIRMANFigured
Figur Figured d in Wild Stories Like LikeVeritable LikeVeritabJe
Veritable Hero of ofRomance ofRomance ofRomance
Romance RomanceSALVADOR RomanceSALVADOR RomanceSALVADOR
SALVADOR EXPLOITS EXPLOITSPROVED EXPLOITSPROVED EXPLOITSPROVED
PROVED HIS BRAVERYHeflled BRAVERY BRAVERYHeaded BRAVERYJ BRAVERYHeetied
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Headed an Array and Seized Seizedami SetizcdH Stlizedtale
tale ami HeM Trea Tr Tresre ire e Ship ShipSiag1eHa ShipSiag1eHanded
Siag1eHa Siag1eHanded Siag1eHandedlg ed ed1II
1 1II T Mfcaragna and other LattoAmer LatlllAIDert LattoAmerteaa i ariaAmerkaa
teaa esssitilts t hll Johnny JoIa Mbissant J t bore borenaiimatlua boNI
z I while naiimatlua l ode that was little short of ofIn et1r ofiageadars
iageadars 1r 7 In his bitter day aviation aviationj aviationeaser
easer lit established I ell a reputation oa for fOlry forbravery
j brave bravery y > that was almost twos unequaled unequaledMomaaat uD unequaledMobut Clual Clualbona
Momaaat was born in Xanteno anten III IILready
nearly forty years yearsto ag 1 aDd was takento taken takento I
to Catenae < Chic ss a boy Ho was the sec searad I Iid
oad of six children His father was w abaker a i ibailer
baker cad three of the sons followed itbe
j the same sloe profession n Their bakery I IfUed
tailed MIl an uncle save pto v the boys boys sol suiI ttb
Orient tb nt money to so Eeboom to San Sanv Francisco FrauciAIcoj
Front there ere they drifted to Salvador Salvadorof Sav Salvadorwhet or ortIae7
whet they maafed 10 get II po D eat ont on
of t an undeveloped toffee plantation plantationaftennLnl I
afterward ad adding a sugar plantation plantationand
plantation plantationand
and later establishing soap aad gum gumfretories pmW1W gumWS
fretories
WM WS d Tee TUd TUdWBd rlWBcI TsldWSd
WBd tales are toM of Motssant Jig Moles asts s ex exploits exI exISalya ¬
ploits 51 la Salvador or It to odd that in inauspices Jabe in11w
11w be hooded aD apdMNoa UDder the tbea theauspices
auspices a of president Zelaya to toHII coaoaer coaoaerSalvador coirtper coirtperkeAadov
Salvador His ariny is said to have havetonsisted 11 11Isted
tonsisted Isted of fifty Nicaragua former formereoavicts ferJl
eoavicts Molfssnt Jl Zlfo at pushed on la the face faceof
of o a force of o several thousand troops troopsof
of Salvadorean 8a1 soldiers and was pre preto preit pro
pnl to atUuik at att Ak k when whoabetter bjft arir arirt I Ibetter
it t better of the papi aad acidL 4ft 4ftfL
> rioast L A s terrtfla t + arrNl A arb > aleaa aleaaWhile
1 3 r bt < fL
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+ faa ffcttrsA ar w Ye YeatkeL atkeLoo for a
While a factttve m Nicaragua Mob Mobscat j
at ontanteed a alfbuateiiag erlIII expedi expedition Il exp
tion gainst aalvador IV1III The American Americancruiser JDeI1caacnailler
cruiser Albany AJIIaa interfered bJted and threatened thrsateoedto I
to blow Moiseaafs a ship out of thewater thewaterMoissant i i11mat
° Moissant was in Honduras when wheatramp a atramp
tramp st etamer amer with a a cargo worth worthfMw wowtbw
fMw 111 was w abandoned ab in f fmtcde a gate Ac Acuut
saat r nuute his way rap to the meU ship te tesmall s I
small dufcouf and took tookHeUc GJUbL1 oo ooSens U I
I I1ft
HeUc 11 tie Ship ShipThey S1Ii SkipIn
1ft the mofteng tile storm sbstd cad
the crew etatae4 une They were WeAa baited by bya bya I
a Kfcot ot from tn Motasaats s revolver Mote Idore Motesaat Mat
saat was hoUtag hoidta g the th e aIaIp shb aIaIpTIle > for salvage salvageThe
The American caa consul ordered se tiered 3Hoto crust crustaway aiit aiitaway r t I Iaway
away He threatened to blow the bead beadoff beadelf
beAdl
off the first man who eagle on hoard hoardThere 1toU4There
There was a second expedition exJted to I Iship the theship i itp
ship tp and Moisaant shot the eaauoTs s bat batoff
off He held the ante uutfl It was was1Itro waseroyed ssia fcv fcvstrayed
strayed 1Itro by the storm and be beJc1Ied himself himselfrescued
rescued t cDed by the theThe consul consulThe cooauLTIae
The brothers engaged in many af ethe etheSouth the theSouth tileSouth
South American rebellions finally get getting settIDs getla ¬
ting in right ri bt in Salvador aDd cleaning 1 1up
up foetuses foetusesAs < 1
1111Ae aviator
As an aviator Motoeant sprang mtofame Jatofame bite bitefame
fame with one mght He went lit to France Franceabout llr1UICeabout
about a year ago to have battt an RpiaJae ae aeplane > To Tophase
plane after his own plans In the Utedate mean rseanthse j jtime
time he bought a Btertot passengercar passengercarrying pla88e paseagereryieg felcar felcarryiIag ¬
rying monoplane After three prelimin preliminary JX JXary ¬
ary flights fti which were unimportant unimportantMoissant UDiIBportaDtJloIaaDt unimportantaioiaant
Moissant made Us famous PartetoIxm PariIItoLouc10a
idon doe flight with Flint his French mecbaak me meplaae Meeamc
eamc who lead leaver been ili an aeroplane aero aeropIaae
plane as a passenger passengerZenith paneuserZenith IIlrer IIlrerZemth
Zenith of Career CareerThe CareerTbe CareerThe
The Statue of a Maerty betty race was the thefeature thefeature thefeature i
feature of Matsaams JI s avMttien ti ereer ereerGrahm ereerGraham eareeGraham
Graham VThlt WJlIte the Eacli Ens iflh aviator aviatorbad avtatorbad aviatorhad
bad astounded a the spectators by his hisbrilliant 1t1sbrilliant hisbrilliant
brilliant IIIgb Rights on the he Tlay ay of the race raceand raceand raceand
and it was generally believed be had the1OOoO the
10000 10000 prize already won wonternational WOLJIMriea wonof
JIMriea eIaaaee of 8UCC4 in the Ia Iatema Iaternattonal
ternational tema tional contest seemed helploao e as asMoissant asMofmnt
Moissant who had teen selected to rep r rep represent J Jre ¬
resent re fDt > Uncle m d Sam hed M d damaged his ma machine machine ¬
chine so badly that it was w impossible lbJe
for bun to make the night 1J t He H confided I
his trouble to his brother ther The elder
Motesant thought John had an excellent excellentchance
chance of winning < the race and the theprime thePrDe theprise
prime and wasted no time In tees than
half an hour he had completed the put purchase putchase ¬
chase of an aeroplane from LeBlaac
Moissant had never even seen the maelthse ma machine ¬
chine before but he expressed his wil
Mngness l to make m e the attempt
The story of that attempt is history
now O Tr Battling to his frail craft asamsR a bI
a stttf breeze wiiich cut his face taceand and
haada he beat the plucky Britisher iter ever 8
the thlrtyfoarrotte thlrt7tourmiJeA bey our mtle course courseA
A fight t across the Atlantic A1 A tit was Mole Mofesaafs
saafs asst t ambition lUo aDd i IIi a recent t iat iatsri iatsriview i r re
1 view iety he e dteensood hiS hopes enthusias entkueiaaWithin ¬
tically ticallyWldite
Within t ithirt five years from today he e
declared the Atlantic wilt have hav e been
passed by an cerophtne11i aeroplane All that te real realiMH
Jy iMH aecea > essai + srj > IB is to have a motor develop cJeveiooor
or orCody an horsepower horsepowerCody
Cody Makes New Mark MarkIn MarkIn
In Endurance Flights FlightsLONDON FlightsL Flgl hts
LONDON L Dec JL ILCaptaIn Cotain taJn Cody the theBritish theBritish
British k army aviation expert today es estabUsbeda 86t
tabUsbeda t s new English endurance and
tin time > e record fiftyflying oy flying 1S5 miles In four
hours and fifty fty minutes minutesCodys mmut mmutCodys
Codys flight establishes e Ibes a new record
for the alike offered to the English
aviator who makes the longest t sos y
tatived flight in A the Ile United Kingdom Jn
the year mo moCody 1MCody
Cody is an American by birth but by
adoption an Englishman EnglishmanEight bman bmanEight
Eight b Men Meet Death DeathIn
bIn In West Virginia Vlr lulu Mine MineXATEWAN MineATFWA1 Minew MinerATEWAN
w
XATEWAN W Va V Dec D cc 3LBlght 3LEtglatmen 3LEi
men two Aa A Amerfecne ericaae and six Italians Italianswere i iwere
were kilted this this morning bv a fell mile ef
sTatP sT tjS fri rJoftfA M I f TMine Tr > inc Q of the Bed
Jacket Coal CoalCoIDpaIly Company j
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JOHN Soli B MOISSA3CT
T TfiB e h p F ae1dlWf ° Fbtffi
1l1HU U1 f tULU4 tULU4ON
ON THE THEROBINLIST THEROBINLISTi fiOBIN RO LIST LISTCollapse LlSTCo
Collapse Co Uapse of AllegedFrenzied AllegedFrenziedFinanciers A tlleged Frenzied FrefllziedFinanolers FrenziedFinanciers
Financiers Trolley LuneSwells Line LineSwells LineSwells
Swells Totalr Total TotalXKW TotaLXW
XKW TOltX oit c Dec Deetile tlTC SL Tbc osmyni osmyniths
tile third eaaecm wllli which 1 1RMba Joseph 0L 0LKabtn QaRode
Rode UK aMegad ash aiecfcei wredLerUDe wrecker ww wwktendOed wasiAsatlfed
ktendOed came today te the anaooaee anaooaeetor aaaoatreomeet T TBMltt
meet that a r + alver had tIadfor hose appolt appoltfor
for the Sooth Short Traattoa Oosspaajt OosspaajtRobins a aftoWRs Clapatg4ltobias
Robins Long Island trolley Mae wMcft wMcfthe wta1cl11ae wJiduhe
he organised to > a N with a + a capital of ofThe ofThe ofThe
The recetvenap was ordered by ay tile ikeUnited tileUIIit theUnited
United States C Csrcy jr rciit < jt ort of Brooklyn Brooklynoa
oa nemioa of a uUitfcaolaBi JIM lr who alleged allegedd 8cetthat allegedthat
that the company was Yost et aD411ad aD411add aad lead leaddebts
debts d bts of ofThe MML004 MML004The i11a000The
The troy ftaaacter wl live li to afaad afaadtrial IItaIIIltrlI seamedtrial
trial for his aOeged aIIe criminal operaHoae operaHoaeIt
It was announced at BeBewe Hospital HospitaltMs H HtId8 HeeMitalthis
this moratatc that th mitt itt te iCuovaUng reeoveilnsfrom iCuovaUngfrom J t tfnIIa
from the ootoon wUeh be took toc yestasnay ysteayaftorrn y yjII
sfternora aftorrn oes test before ere he was to bo b ar arraigaed 1raItPMd croigned
raigaed In court to plead to the iadict iadictnent bIdJcSDMIIt
indictcent
nent chargtag Mm with stealing lt ltr8IR JakaM JakaMfrs 3 NS NSfrost
frost frs the fands at the WasbtaKtoii IIIJtGB 5evlags Sav Savings s slags ¬
lags Bank of whicn he te presMeat presMeatBefore JrMIde8tBefore preedeetBefore
Before Robin ta able to mijinsi wcourt mcourt w incourt
court however It te probable Je that newIsdlctraeMs new newindictments Be I
indictments win be behbR returned againsthlnn against againsthim
him as the January grand jury will by bythat bythat I Ithat
that time have ve had an opportunity 0JpCIIk lwdl to tobegin tobegin f fDegIn
begin work on the evidence relating tohis to tohis tohis
his speculations with funds of the theNorthern tileNorthera theNorthern
Northern Bank of New York and tae taeWashington UteWae taeWashington
Wae Washington iD ton Savings s Bank BankThe BankThe I
The proceedings against Xtoatn have havebeen havebeen PEl PElbeen
been postponed indefinitely ponding his hterecovery hisrecovery
recovery On Tuesday the January Jamiarygrand JAaUar7gnuMl Januarygrand 1
grand Jury will begin the consideration considerationof n nof
of evidence eY DCe in the bankwrecking ag eases easeswbieh eases easeswhich ea
which will be submitted by District At Attorney At AttonteT Attorncy ¬ I
torney WhitmanDistrict Whitman WhitmanDistrict WJaItmalLDt
District Attorney Whitman Wbl was oat of oftown oftown I ItoW1t
I IT
town today and will not return untilTuesday until untilTuesday
T Tuesday ay morning ag In bill absence acting actingDistrict actIIIgDI actingDistrict
District Attorney Nott has charge of ofmve the thelnvestigadoA tb tbInvestigation
Investigation mve dgatlon which is going forward forwardiato forwanIinto forwrdinto
into Robins aifalrs aifalrsInsane alfsitsInsane It3 It3Insane
Insane Man Arrested ArrestedAt
At the White House Housef
f The The White House pollee t ta today arresudft arresudfta
a colored man who gave big name as asSites asSilas asSilas
Silas JOhneoB of Madfeoa IlL oa a acharge ac acharge
charge c ef insanity sad seat Mat to No
1 precinct poBca station stationJohnson statIo1tI stationJohnson
Johnson I was wandering around the therounds tIterounds thegrounds
rounds and demanding to see 84 the Prefimlt Pre Fresent Pr8stt
fimlt ent t He showed no vtotence JK 0 0sign gay sotysign gaysign
sign of evil intent but his appearance appearanceand appe A4tL A4tLand rgee rgeeand
and manner nner indicated that bIB min 1 was wasunbatencea wasuDbJaneec1 wasunbalancea
unbatencea He said he was thirty tmvtysevea IIrt7seveR thirtyseven
seveR years old and had been here for farSeveral forseveral oreral
several eral daysFire days daysFire daysFire
Fire Kills Two Persons PersonsFatally PersonsFatally PersonsFato11
Fatally Fato11 I Injures n urea Threes ThreePa1TERSOV Three ThreePATBRSO2C ThreePATERSON
s
PATERSON N L J Dec 31 3iwe 7wv p NI NIware er eretas r rsione
sione ware killed and three so serK kiusly kiuslyInjured usly uslyinjured u81rJ
injured J j today that they tbe are In The th hr hO hOpitat h w wpitai > s spitaU
pitaU eRe probably ffetettr as the result resultof resultor resultof
of a fire 1 in a fetnlly fetusi house at 9 Seeley Seeleystreet S Seeleystreet 1ey 1eyeet
street eet early today todl >
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KM w AR TALK SGlTEbKf SGlTEb 1 1I I
BY BARON UCHIDA mmJapan UCHIDAJapan I IJ2pftn
Japan Does Not Want W nt Phil Philip PhilI PhilIippines Philpies
ip pies 1IE tnes Aiubassadors A lrbassadors1IE s 1
Emptiatie E mp mPJapan hatie h 1h h Statemenr S V lztternen c tatenl 4 I
I
Japan Aegis get waAt Ge theIlllitads Pllr Ph1
Illlitads ether I depeodasey d 7 W Wata lIS lISIIIIIIIZIMa I
an arttTlaii aeidltien to tba the empire IDpb1a + e fai any saywas ether etherway
way The UniteState uBltel T7a5 Statue mad Japan Japanwese Japanwest
west never norefrieadly JDOn and allof all talk talkof talkof
of war to caused by sinister influences influencesBaron 1DA1IeaoeI
1ft JiIIUIIIa JiIIUIIIaBan 4k a aBar
Baron Bar + ett Yagaa y XJehida lJdddakret sjsAasaaeor sjsAasaaeorfrom IR DC DCfroaa
from Japan J to the United United States S atthII Staterlei today todarput
put this qsiettts q et en ell tae tI war warJIlL rnmsic that thathave thathews
have JIlL roUmred dsaa else upon the beetshe heels of oftfie eCtbe
tfie reports t ots that Japanese P spies have ve tr
been active in dUBereat t parts o of the theBaron
PIdlipptRe Pbm I laladaBaron IaIId8BIIroa
Baron Uchlda seated m his office at atthe
the embassy a te Iqe = ge volume entitled
The Pacific Coast open f rat his hisbefore desk deskbefore de8k1HtGre dateThe
before him told a reporter for The
Tunes his opinion of the reports reportsagents that shatD shatppt thatagents at1
agents tIs of the Mikado were honeycomb honeycomtag D ¬
tag strategic e pops in the Phif Phifand Philippine Philippineaad ppt > j
and gong to any 1 risk to secure draw drawTgs drawJIIp
togs Tgs and photographs MaO of fortittcatioBs fortittcatioBsere f fIda
uRre ere ereI I
Ida
I do not believe t aaa e a aparts b said sa id
Baron Uchlda It fted itlitM 1te rstsissber rstsissberea er erlid
ed that private maanraetarers mJI1Ibet1llMSot1tattJe of hattido battle battleships e ¬
ships do not lose when they are given givenadditional givesaddttlooaI
additional orders o for warships warshipsmanufacturers And Andmanufacturers Aadcaeturen A
manufacturers of the munitions aad aadordnances andordttanca
ordnances of war do not lose when na nations DUoDIJ natteom ¬
tions arm themselves tbem Furtherthis Farther than thanthte ftsn
this i cannot go in any public state statement tateDMlDt statemeat ¬
meat But what inferences are to be bedrawn bedraWJI
drawn from my words are obvious obviousJapan obT1eusJapan obviousJapan
Japan Is busy with its domestic datseetkeats prob problems ¬
eats and with other serious problems probleansthe hi hithe Inthe
the vicinity of the empire I would dkDow wouldknow wouldknow
know If my country was wastroope wastroops mobilizing
troops on the Island of Formosa Formosalaces mobitffiIsRI I
know laces this to be untrue There are only ty
enough troops kept there to keep the thenatives thetat1Ye8
natives in check checkNEPH checkNEPHEW
NEPHEW ILL ILLSELL SELL SELLTOLSTOYS SELLTOLSTOYS
TOLSTOYS TOLSTOYSESTATE TOLSTOYSESTATEKustinskYArtives ESTATE ESTATEKustinskyArrives ESTATEK
KustinskyArrives K stinsky Arrives to ClosDeal Close CloseDeal CloseDeal e
Deal With Carnegie or orRockefeller orRockefeIIer orRockefeller
Rockefeller Rockefeller2BW
2BW YORk TORDee D Dee e aAmen Asneng the thepassengers the8lS th thpeeeeugera e
passengers 8lS arriving here today upo upoAUanitc upon uponthe pon pontile n
the theaet Atlantic liner linerCampaade Campania was Michael MIeael Mich ¬
ael Alexndrevitch fCuetlnsky KustJD uetfaskya kyr a nephew nephewof noPliewof neph nephof e w
of the late Count
Tolstoy who has eome eometo oometo too tooto me
to America Am to sell the Totetoy estate e te a aYasaya at atYasuaya atY t
Yasuaya Y DY Polyanai Pol Russia to either elUterAa elUterAadrew Am Amdrew Adrew
drew Crmegte or John D Rockefeller Rockefellerprobably
probably p b bey to Mr carnegieThe Carnegie CarnegieThfr
The price asked for or the estate e te no not t
known but the children cl of Count Teletop Tel Tolstoy
stoy commissioned comJD Mr Kustiasky K ky to
driveas di1Y as satisfactory a bargain as pos possible 011Tbe ¬
epee sibleThe epeeThe
The reason the Tolstoy ToIsto family te idaaxlous so soanxiouB
anxiouB to have ha e Mr Carnegie porchase pure e ta m
the th estate tate i Is because
e they want a great greatmemorial greymemorial reat reatDeIJ1oril t
memorial to peace erected there in con eonunction ¬
junction junct unction on with a museum and an educa ¬
tional institution and one on agreement in inof i n
the bill of sale tal will 111 be f that the grounds groundsof groundof s I I
of the estate be b e maintained just a as thewere the thevwerp thE thEWfrE j
were while tHe philosopher and novelist I
lived I 1J 1a
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INTREPID INTRENDCRUSHED AVIATOR AVIATORCRUSHED
CRUSHED BY EIGHT WEIHHTOF EIGHTD EIGHTOF
OF HEAVY MACHINE MACHINEV MCHINEisaster
v vDisaster V
Disaster D isaster Comes i iFLYER t to tor toWin r
Win NUchelin MIC1 ehn Tr Phy ifeib ifeibN I INe
N Ne v Orleans OrleansFLYER cJ cJFLYER
FLYER TIPS OVER OVERWITHOUT ov ovVITHOUT OVERWiTHOUT
WITHOUT WARNING WARDINGThree WARNINGThreeHUliEke
Three ThreeHUliEke H Haadced e1 Feet Up Ail Acciet AccietOccucsi e eOccwsa eta etaOcculs
Occucsi Occwsa sad Ainswa Dies DiesWar DiesWay am amWay
Way to Htaapitlili HtaapitlilDeath Hospital HospitalDeath td tdI tdDeath
I tdJ J
Death Toll During DuringWee Wee in inAviation InAviation I
Aviation Ranks
The present week weekby TOM Vew maaked ataedby
by an Baaaoal B number ra er s ef a acre Hr8plane acreplane ra
plane fatales fataiftaecOn 1f 1fOn
On fredassday da edneeday the MrtMt ef a aceateapfated aC8Btelllpkltell aceatempiatsi
ceateapfated 1Iipt fbt ht fasm p Pars rj t toBrasses t tBraseete tBra
Bra eeIs aad return r Ahq AJezaoe A AIdMl re reLaffsa e ewere
IdMl sad 3Itdwere Mares Mz ando
were k Died ei 1Jy y the aeoMt 3C JMt WI WIef foilof di diaf
af their ascanw Hdti8rL Hdti8rLYestediLy
Yesterday at St St Cyr Fr FxnvMt rer LissCant Ifant IfantCatra IiwtCa1DBl8Rt
Catra Cant e wa wag a JciIIei JciIIei3nIty TriBas i WJMB be lag hisarmy lagaraty
army atragiaae artpl fa fsfi 250 X3lOIJ feet lestJebr feetJnmshy
OIJ Jnmshy Mjsisamal vl fsiaDy k id t t te teday t8 t8at today
day at Kcw Oriritna dyinf a fewaEleteg few fewaiaateg fewJil
aiaateg Jil later when aeroplanet1ttBC aeroplaneturns aeroplane aeroplanettttas
ttttas tjKtie Sao fset ia i tie air aircan rq E E1fl
q
1fl 2 =
u t secs 1 iLJ0 r1 r1B a aB
B JIkJIt the mast famous of Am Ampri Ampriaa ri
can ca aviators s gad toogheralded toogheraldedthe as 1M themoat
moat daII atraaa oC the weld bo breanoe
ea ot lei fait III be tile fist to toerns
cro the > ngitoh Channel with a
apas apasmngta4 pos posat SWII8
mngta4 was fatally lshara4 toy when
his aerpioc WU dewed is use assents assentsat
at the bent of MI t feet at Htaahne Htaahnetea 90
ten allies tussn this dry tit titHe
He died a few fewAt atiaalo i7er while whilebeing
being taJ to tea I bospftal bospftalAt
At the time the disaster ooenned ooennedWB oeslrred3taftsaitt
3taftsaitt was mkiWr an eest tt to
WB tfe the Mlrhrttn Trsy T Ttor Tr + oat y the geowid geowidfor
for wMeh was 1 1yeoterday baIItea tit Bee Praoe
yeoterday by Aviator Aviatorflyer h tile thefarout
y
farout Pr rreach flyer flyerThe iIerWitJIwt
Without V Wa Wa11N ar arThe
The acatesa was caused hv Lr he ssa
ssait
eIIIIIe becsstas IIJ W it itstmefc
stuck a treaehersos tr J7 s bank of air which whichwhirled whichwielded
whirled It out of f the avtatsva a csMrol csMrolbefore G8Cn1be
before he knew what had hanpoaoa hanpoaoaAs
As the inuphinij l l tttfai dIt nd it itlag she is + wn
WI whit hlfetiaeaat 11 uaderaaaxh Mow ding dinglug
lag to t it Jt He e struck tJMw th earai first aad aadthe aadt
the heavy machine crashed eTiewirs nw npon nponhim
him himThe
The e motets wore appaaaatts sppai fII1 fmUf 4IrwtJIeat imiklsg wotldtairwithout imiklsgwithottt
withottt a breai c when disasker ever evertook hec hectook eC eCtoek
took the Intrepid flex The I1IeseeDt8CI avncbteeseexBad avncbtee
seemed ts tarn tartte iHlaaai ctvteg ctvtegThe pIBgtJte
the oparchesr a seconds ace aceTtIa
The nmchtno hruce fell toward emit with withstekeate With8lekeabl
ateke stekeate > ala r aanenneai dd I Those bees wa Ale be beheld tehelcl ¬
held ta sine accident looked an as horror horrorstricken hooverstricken
stricken Moisuant JlLll JIlt could be betempting betnral at atttlll
tempting ttlll to right t the planes Jiaaeatr aad > then thenettogiMg thenclinging
clinging tr er his life to t tile e fisssunmm h4 as ashe aqM ashe
he shot downward d with wltlatlte the theacofacaat b ed JL of a aphIAImet
plummet
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Ce1 1eBt of S SX4Jll8Mat Sitecese SiteceseMo4asat
acofacaat had left this city at f oclockthis oclock oclockttois ckt
this t l8 norahato 18OIDi rornl to ca tumptti ete for flire the hdsieita hdsieitaTrophy MJaaoHu MJaaoHuTrophy JIIiIIIIdIaTJ0P
Trophy He was confident of OIClag establish establishing eetaMigblag
lag anew a Df distance dlatthnce mark and cheerfully cheerfullybantered cl1ef1uHy1MuaUtM chorfuhiybantered
bantered with those about him him as M McUmbecllRto lieclimbed n nclimbed
climbed cUmbecllRto late Ms seat upon the aeroplane aeroplaneHis eroplaaeB
His B mechanic tinkered about the rnscbbtery ISc rna rnachlnery
cbbtery c laeo for a few moments while Mois Melsscat Moissaat Iohsallt
scat conversed coaY e with a few friends A Acheer Aehee Aeiseec
cheer ehee from the spectators sent him hhnspeeding himOR himspeeding
speeding on his way Moissant turned turnedbis tutMdbIs turnedhis
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