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IS ANNO1MO SULtLTTtN ISTATE'S THAT SUPPLY SOF VALUABLE WOOD 18 PF.AT' DitliNrf'HINO. TVashlnlgton. Oc(. 'i.· -\\rtiln. .hlnat the orgitlal .supply orf hhi,'ry, tihe best American it'll wio 1 ; I I I,." i st difficult to repitl',' I;. ra if At iii - oan hardwoolde, aI lllir011ll til. ' htllo.dto , Itd glv 11 ill , b tlllllh till If I,' department of al~rrlllture, coPi elel Iv Anthony T. 14Illtc l, fot'.et iaslist:rli, and J. A. Newlin, enrlneel r in I Ii.,l'. It' shwnt' tllht virgin hickory I til l appearigt raplidly and that there tre.., no foreign sources which ca('l le drawnl Ulponl when thle hom.e silllpply Is 'hauslted. P'rlrt., It is polinlt ullt. 'l' boUtid to lvatli'.e hieiillS' or the htigh Techntent vanlhe ";1 litbaknr', e"pled with the rfat I lmli(n1111i.hig ,nii'lly. The bulletin ay1411s llh'kry lhas nulmber of Important lllpe,ilI ilem, filr+ which nio iatiilffrtry .ilthstitte Ii" knownt, that 'flity 411 per cent of tile mlrchahtable hicknily eilt ench yailr Is wanted; that the tiiil nlollillunt of hickory con.tl ed ll1annu1 ilI y plrobjlldhltV I not eles thalln 4t.6,o00,i0 foet; ttlilt tlhe' vehicle industry taken abnut ( 15 per cent of the total cut; thilat there arlll now about 100,006,000 lacr (If landi! I on which hihckory is tgrowIllg ill til'rlly, and that hickoryl users shoull c.rlmo critt6 to lrirevent shortlage.. UKES, "'DRY" STATE DO STUBBS GOVE.NLOR OP KANSAS SPEAKS IN FAVOR OF THE PROHIBI. TION AMENDMENT. Kansasn ('Ity Oct; 30.--(lohvrnor W. R. Stubbn of Kaninl addlroeessdcl it nllin meetinig t ,('invention hall here thisl afternoon ii behalf of the state witlet prohibition lnmendmiient. Whilch will ,' voted on' af the Nbvetber ,lectlion. The announced 'l.tlilose of tilre ,,.er nor's speech was to an.we'r thl nri;ll ments lssued by alltl-prohlhltion lend era that prolhlllitlon haus inu.llrl Kall sas, and that the law 1. nolt enforced In that stiate: "If any brewer or distiller." det'cllred Governor Ilttihti, '"'l0t show I lIlni open lsaloon ofr 1open jilt Ill tanil:iall, I will, close it at o11li, ol' r.ilgnl," 'rhe l0l.it4d.r re.,lt Itter.s fronlt,' may.rn land iudges In v.irlnilis parts of KIatniaus to prove. thall thh pIrohlll-i liory law In efflecltive. and that , li.n.e' it has been rigidly enfolr'l-d :ibankl( ii'e posits hr l vlt Ineor . j.i.. crin il, lls I - crealked, renl estate ban rll. in vaU' and ginerail b1sineis coldilla l ha v, improved. KlLLS8 SELF ON SHIP. (Jieenaiiilvza, (let. 3I0.---)r. Jolut :.es lilt, a New Yoirk liiyalvihin. shiiot fiiin killied blimself in hlaii suie iinº fillii board the" steuajler Arable Iuast Tlhurs day cvenlnga. Thle Ar,'ali, nrrlved here today from New York. Tfhie hodiy baa been cmbalmed nuuill will be landed at Liverpool. A GREAT MEETING. Troriititz Oct. a0,i-, 'Pida va proAgram of thi tIIrty-sevenit lIth ilidi I rculivil tlho if the Young iuil 'iix ('hrlstlztt us Woiihlnt eonlsi s 'ixt I devotloniil acrv hica, men'a 1111:0N Imelnhg ti[ phttllit 'ri adrIerisss. T'hIe c:rc h riservklii wiliiio (lelegaliHa slpoke woIei well utlh"ull'[. SAVED FROM AN OPERATION By Lydia E.Pinkhan's Vegetable Compound "Al" tur i i oji 'ra.p I loat palls doll " Mri. llccl:,TC '1-·Ir:'d ill both sidIi', I \tikiti'e, 1itu ai h'c~lr']c~lr w I,;r -- s";. The ( loc.tf hriý :t ý" ;: till' w'a l lh tue toi giký,;'" ` lae a ithe opera. I hirklcmviii 1IL a l'iukJ li'a\'e Ueta S I :i eniiri1 iti ycred il lily Iroui les.'-- Mfrs.Ai'c t'nrJa V' 'lilNdA N, Ile For. tiat, W'Iiscii'Ozvi. Another OJKcri~i on Avoid(uI. No )rlhaat'i I i. - lFor yiats I so ? fared front ,eviloe Laoale ti'uiilhi. Finally I wattzii lollf hed ti lily tile([ ai the (Iotoi~r said anm mipitrat~iiit was~ netli'il sttry. I gttv Lydia E. J'iuklain's Veg. etable Coxnpoutiti mt trial hirst, and was saimd from an olaratlut." Mra. a~ILY J'Etiyoi~x, 1111 1<erlercee St., New Orleans, lie. ThIrty yezars of unparalIeled aiteriau ronilrnm thul powr of .Lydia R. T'k lhal'i'u Cigohtale (iionpotimd to ciiri( fematle dieieases. 'The gre~at vohilmi of unslhitlcitd tAistimhouy (llnstantltypiOlr jlgn l 6 eonolusidVeI that Lydia f those dis. y4Wp trsiutz oimii aui& .4( which so man~y woweiu suffer. 'I4 ye Xi nt rqat wu lpoj4 oeshout wE.'1rM Wjbaw.a NEW YORK STRIKE M.Y SPR. A. D EXPRE88 WAGON DRIVERS IN OTHER CITIES MAY GO OUT IN SYMPATHY. New York, ( it. 30.---Tlat the striiilk itR express drivers anti ieilp.'rM intend to .r'ntliirne the fight herre with vigor Inlld that, it IIec MraPiry, It will IeI ex tirtindI thrllughriit the' ri.nintry, wari helitl'Ied to idry by Vic', President Iloff iinit of the International lirrithe'briild (ii Teaitmslrs. Mr. lofflman said that ill drivern iandit helpler o the expre(:N cotflntlni In Iroikclyn will go not to iorriow, iand in additon tIle employes of the smhnilt6r expresas omlphntlrs itI Manhattan wouild he ordered out. T'his, hi, dielirl.1d, itt1uilh Inertrse the nu1m ther on strlke fromi 5,000 to 10.000. IllffIfn IIddedl thlt he had recelCed it letter from the natlonUtl lpresident of the inlternntl.oiil t iritherhnnid of I'etaetrs informiiing hint that ttwordi had been sent t. I lilt the organisiers of thie birotlherhood throughout the coun try telling theni to oirgantle the drlv irs and lhelpers andl table met ofi the expreai' enmpiinit u ao that they could fill ,ihe catllied l l If llnerie airy. Au y-ett no demulandM have hceen submPl ltledt to the express colnpanllest. This will be lhdon t ne 'lltime dlurinlg the w eek. At a mInasti meetnlll ig of the strikers today' i ltentative llRt of grlevances wasu dtratwn spl, It incite ai dlemandll for an Il-hour 1,ny, with one hour for ltin,-ti ni, und it i iinc'eae of $5 a mronth for all men who mire noIw rie iiivinmg $7I i month or iisa. 'Recruit Strikebreaker.. Phiilatdelphia, (let. 30.--lecruliting of strikebreakersttak to the place of :triklng drivers In New York and Jer t:ey City began here today. A pront }tee of $4 it day andt ample iprotection quickly secured 30 rerutits, who were at once sent'oter to New York. POR'L)UGAL'8 EX-PREMIER FACES SERIOUS CHARGE Lisbon, O)ct. 3l.--H-enhor Franeo, ex premier of Portugal, who held olftlee when King I(loli)is anld Cr('own PrinCe LitI were aHaisitilnated in 1908; hat beenl arrested ni the chllllrge of' abitie of ptower dtring his lllcumhbenry. It is declared by tie' governmcmet' that it mdid not Inspiire the arrest of' l'rrncn. but that it wams the result of an In ve\rligation held by the judiciary The ex-premier hau been released on ball. The governnient halt approved a de cree grahitling the right to strike and, has named t cuommittee of arbitrat= thin to talke linurll' llispultel utinduer ald visentent. Partl green and bright red have been aidopted .ai the cloruio of the nationtal flag. FIraFUneo' ball wisu fixed at $21b0,o00. The ctr.mrie again) '4itnm Include lite islleanase of.-70 illegal' deterees and the iqlultiation of King C'arlos' debits, amotuntlnl to $500,000, with crowll flundt on tihe plretext o algineltitng the civil Iltl. NO SLAUGHIER OF BISON NOW (('ncllntncld 'rnnro Pag (le 'm.) bulls, t o. or withich arI sevefn-eights and two atr ftftlleen-sixteenlhs. Mr. MtI'(l'll' ik Isays the lilt'est of thIiese Is Iho htandlonll.t llul ll o l the reserve, thouglh h Ih not full Ihloioded. 'l'h only trucl. if (litllowny IMood in his appllt'llrlanci e Is that' hisi mIItl le Is dtliirk anll glolwsy, alloetlst black; h l i has lnon of lthe irdttllsh hi t of the, full lhlond Mltr. Alltardl his a number of o1ws tiiiiii s which are IiI eds; one ,i uiltost 2,1N11 pouenels. "My viasit wLits ilotsanl,"'.idttll Mr Miel'enni cli llast nightll. "'l'leru will be, iino hout'lio shot fhr the Iresenl. 1 don't h.lieiv\' the I'antadl in people' will er lishot 1un% I they tdo, lthey will heave iro .ele 11h i cvetrial ways. 1Mr. ahll, Ii i ii "y rea iona l Ie in the .iattier al I shiti lie.'port his |eI est It 1tr. ..wIire. I tlhillk hie ntelllt' wlltl'lrin gill irtl y llll i, thI e eceui tii ls ill . Icellr lis nally, I ielleu'e ereih t.lhilg cwilli have t . lii tdone ,il hi the io l hlllts; they (,IIinel he col' llitl utid thIy lc sle ugly' tlhey should not it at h giII . If they are cut of i lie way. the reest of the iuord w iI he Ihore tiieibIe, iitand cIIIan he STRIKING PRESSMEN WILL BE SUPPORTED lI , ,to Ir, 4I 1t :;o -,'1I .A d I'rl tling ['I' ' ielu i i of l I) ' Inert :a y leleolt" o d risolultiiel n r, eol t hendinl illpp ill l' i hI |)I'IIvI I 'l e lý i i c'.i. a nI ,1's h.il l, InIIInhIrI'I of W1 ehlh arr ' 1 t strike .tg ill.l l t thr,~, ntee l .'tt i "i + 'i l i . l. 't i I. odisti"Jis speed)y': " I"'.\11 I ' Ipje t, Ci C hell ril, lli cl i i'l ''t 'ey ire aI gli.i,, hi,' r4.l'l *n' Ita 1 .tes fr'ilm tlh, typo gl' apeitiie, laitiii lie l ihtngrulh iand l'tl e'r l t er' llio.nii l I, Itih l WiI tI r'i'eferrel iol' fulrtlllher nc tioni I Iio lOi l f the.I e e nla, lol. A i.rlsl l l h ie 1 str'ik is gorlli:vill>x pellcted It t e lil, v Ith INFANTILE PARALYSItI, , - iee toni, .,- 1 w.l ';- ltre, I ', if i'r, ' ,t e ' ,rnI lin, ( 'th i t .i 1 nh ,i t Ier , to I I11 ' f1re uinan cboat+ of PI 0,1('1 - toiln uiivers.ity, hed ietlto l''y in tlhe tih ersli'l.y ii' 'nI utry of ltii til c til parýllt lysis. 'Wt'edn.etrlly, eoelitlahtning of pains in the hhead. In a s.hlort tlm ie h'd limsh were p.r yad. ly ted, d t, dce lite e titeldil"C efforts to i alve hhn lie succuti(be, d lln tol tll dslease. Ttlls is the secuOlnd doeath from the same disease in iho fresheutl cIlss ctlihli the lust tihr'oe weeh., COUNTY SEAT WAR IS BITTER LtBBY AND EUREKA ARE CON- l TESTING FOR CAPITAL OF LINCOLN COUNTY, Illbbhy, O)ct. 3011 (hpelinl) The f t -it ly nseC wur In Ifl,ilntln com'ln(ty h. I. twecin lthby tlu I';uretui hai reach-tl I it litage whi'ere tilt' IIter-est I.s ,ntenlte tilt both si'ds areii' fighting valiantly. I.tegslltr tirln iII' v lotersi Iltht nlot ylet been 'eomilt! ldt It It probl able th1ai thl coulnty ,will poll In f1 e iti ,ghbuor-I hood of 1,500 vitei, aimost i idoubl.! thei I vote pnllnd III thil niImei ltrrltry twioti yearntu ago, whien It was a part of Flathead Iinllinty, for tilt. noew ciounty hllt developedlli'l rapidi ly. I.1thby' hail tf iflihe titgt It. thei fight of iialdiiIy hfvinIg thel Iftp-oirlrtry n.ilat ol govrnlment tad otf 'liting in citn1 ltimost In the exiete. eintnr of tll, moilinty. It Is also italin-l thi at cottaldef.rihly tntrei thliln half fi fr t Ih fit xihl' property of ltlht cilmnty is Irllitt:itl'y to If.lhhy. 'The l i lf'troitta liherl'til iare htldtiint in!nllting hlrittrtnl mndl literature), nn'd thl IInewipnpra of thei twoi, Ii)lacI's Ir-' ei-lnrotilel hi li ht- flght, ttlihch pirittites ito hbe vtery hittelr. It I t cla nt'Id liy i T,libty ntlvi o iit; thalit their t.lI of the coitnty will rig Istt'r tifIoiIt 100 ltnie' vuioters ttin tlhe Iur-lik., I rrittory, iltnd fith re-gistratiio iat hli tl time P tms N1IIbstaLl.llat the claimi, ilthougl11 the woirk hul inot bIen flilshleld. OFFICERS SUSPECT REfUG lEES MEXICAN OFFICIALS AND AMERI CAN CONSUL TALK TO TIMES SUSPECTS. MlexltO City, Oct. 30.--''The nalnels of the' threeti ntl-n whoi wotrei arresiifted at AcPltleln yesteirday, suspected of fbe ing Impllicited ili theo lynamilting (oif thei Lo. Angelet Tlln'c-' lbuilding ianld v.lo wore noard the pilwer 'Ha'llooner Kate, are' littty Haltm, U. Curlrlsn and Dan Archir, u'oirdnllg to tilegrams rect'lved heIn're tfodlay. T*ilte nituneti give'n areo s thely alr registllred ion thie boutl' papersl . li addition, the( c'ap tain of tlle ,s.siel, fwanl itllgdiuthe, and the englne.r, idlollph Adolph)lon, laidl to bei thle owneri, ure still illon blord the tveIN(uIt 'Iulileir guard of c.lttulnli l(-i • rllli. ' , . As soon as the N-h'|ilner entered port to. tlaki till ii ulipply ofi gasoline, she witas tiilurt-l tiy tlhe Anmericatl cnimul antid a port oflfllilt. rThe sumatn of $10,100 was foundll . Trle, captain stated that he hadl been eIngaged lt a contracrt price of $750 iby Adolplhsoln to take the tlte.hooint'r Iifrom till n'rtlitllco to the tlallaptigo.n Itllillad, off the tn s*at iof Perru. 'rhe register of the schton, er satt.'s that n .lilam. Carlson and Archeri were each-ilt to reci.lvf tho sum of $20 ia minth. Calrlon, Hlam ind Archer iare now iI prlfion pending investigu thion. fIn itccolunt of a storm, thcº menn were forc'ted lto throw oivOrhioarlld the l.allihlloe fIl hald alll tln rul Into piort frir al new isupiplt'. HOTEL IN MISSOURI DESTROYED BY FIRE NePw Elms IH 1III10', 1ttU11 ahotlu I y ear3 1111 11+( it 1141141 ,il' $1,l0,l000, 4ts1 destroye'd by fire here aiirly tmlay. T'he firo llI1g11141111 ' 11 1 al4111 1811 111'441 .111 the b4Isc'mlAll . I t'he 17:1, guIe8. escaped 1llll jtill tI'. IIs ix I lgll t tI l , aie 111 1(114; (4111.. ihe lCI 4 4 1141e 1811 13 Is I. 11y ha1 wlas' 4 l'l llllh cpe1114' I4.h81r s 41I oanle. adthe111 11 Ilie' holer~l '4418 llljlkrel Name~c of tilt, goH L st ii was iJll'ed. 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'l'ieYllb 111111' III 148ll if' l Illy Illgl'lsr b4 4 Is 111414 11t 11013' It1 Is slii ' ill1 14 414 14111,111 I 4811 3111. 44,0 1 hers: A14 my' 014114 1 i Is' 114441118 ill I ca111' 14181 1484 lug 44111' 44 Un4414e 41111 t4i lifei1,1 41n' wltigr aind aii GOOD SCHOOL REPORT, ( 11 : o 'irmy lall4, I4444 4i411148'l' 184111 Iuco l tllls in tole last resting pil low, In 1(01 444d li'llk 44444 414' wife Mrs.444 84114' drlewll M 4t le 44 ;1144114i 444141 e 1ill, 1414 S14o144 y4)lhl4l 'lh5iL t0 n111l 14114(1 1441414 plelre ddr~ss il'' ;I I)11l lll, Yrn' llbu· kcre, Carrtl N4drilrb, Tlixd I , ual',tz I AIll lr re'Clolrnor, ceor ao Fwartiil Thelma O'C'onnors, 'Marlno Morrison, Bred1 AnIgst an(d Mllhicent Wliltakr. AIRSHIP BEYVIES MU1RP[YY UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE RECEIVES MANY AND VARIED APPLICATIONS. Washington, Ol t. :10. - Multifarlios its are the i~vw devlrns w1hi1h lare brI. Ing ppilled to the navigation of the air, irlone is likely Io be found to,1, tsake th' pilas of birints inl the iavlutor. 'hisb in the opinion oflit J:ItIesR II. tol w tlit. tlt palLtefnt office expert, whot hlsts Inimted iate charge 'of all flying manuclhine Iventions, and who has giv 'in 'pern'llll Hattntioln to Isllioslt every appllcation for it pttent Ili, that l li e. Humming up his views today, heo said: "Ten tier cenlt o the Ih ccess of every narial light 1 duel It the Imtl chine, 15 per cen(it lt thesI mhtor andt 7i Ir int Io the mlln. The mInn of Indecistion, ipoor Itdllgumnt. wetk iterves io sltow j dl.gin nt I4 .i m I ll sa uit sof phtse itt Sit Rir'htlli ti a ude fei tive Iototrl." Airship Inventions Increase. Airshilp Ilvention hasu. recelved a stirrinKg imlptus within the lust few yr. i sidt thPre in 1 monr rellable Inldx to this nutlvity thlan that dls pllny.id biy the recsorIds off the patent ,lffice. It 'I.anlli with the first cxhl-i hillons by the Wright brothern on the North I'nrolinss cousit, sand hlass in ,resed-l.ui in geoinlletltl r Iuithl s ine, with the ciunsuquencet thatt up to date ttabout t,0o10 5patents hItave Ion iestbaued olt i thse. inhln'il:iHts or onl devices nll neled with them. The Ihumrau Is nlow handilng aIIn sn eraige sit Iboult i0t ciases it month. , Thel wuork its conliliducted In tile livl sloln lof tnhe offrle which givens epe sitIl atttention to Inventions hlavling to do with arml'y ordlnllce and malrine piropulsionl. The alrNhip Inventions have been naligned toi this divisIon Isrgtely beta.le the Inrthod of proplil slun In the motet important part of nerial navigatiotn. The patent officn regardls as estwtlshed hli-e principle of the plani in this mntllnod of transit. aid the ihnventlive giniins of the world is now concentrating Its . attention largely upon the motive power. T lec tricity ats a motive po\wer Is bheng mInside the sbJect ofr iareftil Inquiry. The weight of the lst ('ltre lmotor li a bInr to its usrP in sill sierial craft, and It In feared thalt no progress can be mrule until a way is found of ganther Ing this force' from the atmosphere. "Stablizing." Mlcllh alttentio is Itlso, being givenl by Invenltors to "Hstablizing" by which is meantli the keepling of the stir car in Ithe right posllisn. In case os f siel denllt the tlaclhintli.es hiavte t tendency 'to turn tuirtle. Alra.ldy vasts Improve ,me)ltti bi Ibeen inmade and lllmany more are lhoped for hi i this tlretioun. IT vento'Lrs alsHo lr'e see'.killg for' improvnd imethodsl ofr rlising tiiIl lighting alnd tithe're alrs nunmero(lus applications for patentsi covering this point., The air men want a nmhliilne which ca.s lift itaself sudldenly from the ground, like a ibird, alnd which ean light anywhere. STo satlisfy thin detI'Ladl. the IInvelntors aire t.rnlng tlheir atitentittloi In the horl. r lofltal sere r l h its is si.d it wllstr Sin connectis with stsbunarinre hoats, andl niilniy 1plplhilthlions dealing withi this principle hiave eieon. flled Use in War. InlVenltolltis lokilng Il the use of the It airship In tlimne of war also are pioulr ing into itss office, is aire iounter-lin ventlons which co ,lntemplate protection lagailnst theml. As the piatent offlice Twenty Music Lessons Two Terms FREE TO PIANO PURCHASERS This Offer Will Be Withdrawn Tuesday, November 1 ONLY ONE DAY MORE ORVIS MUsi Iiousa, West Cedar Street Missoula, M intana views the situation, the tlffcuilty in usiing the aeroplane for dropping pro j :ectille I: found in the uncertainty wlhich imust nuceessarily accompan such effort. With a machine going from 50 to 75 miles an hour it Isn x tremely difficult to direct a projectile so as to Insltlr Its striking the mark, even though that mark he a battle ship or an extensive fortification. A large number of the ulr,.ilp cases now coming into thle patent office are those dealing with foreign pmtents. The itlropelran governmenlts ar more li h oraIl in their encouragement of the die velopment of aerial navigation than is the IUnited States and Us a cl'o~e tllente greaIter aItivity prevali amonng thie foreign than among tht( Antet'l can inventors. AVIATORS MAKE WONDERFUL TIME (C:ontlnued l 'rom 'Page On`e.) even t ri , c. h at( n ;l ; t11ii tll e of ie \wren i1,000 a Inid 3,00l i feet, but reach- I Ing the outskirts of thie city rllraiame White forged aielad and set tnill In earnest for iolmont park. IDe Lneips kept directly In the 1lng Iinhlmilan's wake landl nolw and then could he 1sen working his control In an endea1vor to get greater s.pioed fromll hiN mnacthine, which was fast falling behind. Iloth men continued to fly above the railroad track. It eelned as though they feared to lore Its guidl ing gillnnier of steel rails. Mln..n& Aflsts mogumunt oiaui.. I'auIInlg back over JaUalul, (lra h1mln1 White had a lead of about two miles. ['asing at the aviation field. the Elnglishmallnl started his descent! from a height of 3.000 feet. lie camne down in a graceful swooIp over the tops of tile great trees witll the none of hlls machine pointed downward at Itn aingle of 40 degrees. As lirahame White had done, Do Lesseps came down from a level of 3,00t feet. Mols iant was tuning up his newly-oirought Blerlot preparatory to making a start. At first its motors did nlot sinlg true, but finally they became attuned and he was off over the grand stand. Fifty miles anll hour was the speed the spe tators reckoned he was making against the cold wind which was blowing about IIo miles an iour. He crowsed Btrol',k lynl lit anll ultitude of 2,o100 feet. To those who had, een Grahnnme-White, and the Frenchman, It did not appear that Molwsant's machine wan: as stelady us theirs. Now and then It seemed to dillp) or swing from one side to 'thile other. If Molssant was having trouble he did not show it, for he kept wing ing ahead with never ia letup In speed. Rleaching the I~t river, M'15liaut swept across to 'the New York shore anld aIIsIUed anllost abo\vo the Battery. Thlen deserblhing a pretty hallil cir .le, lie dashed out across the tay all(! around the statue. Above the mainave figure lie seemed to stop inolnentarily, thenll shot aheadl for the return to tilhe aerodrome. Like the two rivals who hIad preceded him, Moissant had the wind at hlls back and sped across Brooklyn at a mile a minute clip. (ncee he deviated from his course and followed the elevated railroad structure, but finding hlmself going wrong, lie turned agalin towards: tilhe tracks of tile Long Islnnd railroa(l andll followed them back to Belmont park. 't 'Misllant dli nlot fly at the high nll titudestof Grahame-Whilte and DIe Le. - sei,. Probably 2,000 feet Was Ills av erltge, but of(ten he was below 'that. ICertain, lie was not much above 1,(500 feet when hle reached tile aerodrome. lie wals llnlumb with cotld when he alighted, but was t1s happy as ai schlol boy whlen Iis time for thile 36 miles M A- · MOND A SPECIALS Final cl('arI'ntl( un.Ittle Iof ltlw ' (ii' Ni InHli-M ine 50) pa irt' of Not.tinghllul iIrtltinNs; regular rl'ie'( $f2.00 to U5..l.(; white only; at oe-half the regular Imliarked prie. ,vteeral very good stlyles in portier'les; all staple ohilihrs; rePltni,"el tf one-hallf th l( regular price. A good, liberal showing of contorts; silkolle (envered; slight ly damiaiuged in tral'lit ; regular value $4.00. For Lthe nay, each, $24:75. Women's wool vests andl drlVawers; lnll exeell'ntl, valtue atI Ithie regular umarked ilee, $1.25. Spetisi fo1 r the final 12: 1-2 1N'2e reiles; light anllll 41,lk c4.hEolrs; ooklfohl ; at the special price for the (laly, a. yard, 8.. ~llen's wiool flannell shirts, in navy l.,le and gray; r.eiliarL $1.75 value. Now, neah, *1.2O. 1en', wo.ýil' shirti s no|d Iraw.ers; regular $1.25 value; a garlentl, 90. A suii, 1L.75. All uea'vy goolIds for iien at, q.ick-.slling prices. TIIH ('IIH4(V'JT FORJ LIABLJI ADl) lk'I'H.i'1i1) Mll 'll.( '1.I .l)II' AND PRI) 'RfI'. showed that he had ne,:omnplishd tha teat at better tim 111li the aggregate than a mitle it nllllte. Mllsanlllt said tonight: "'I lstadrl with u, biting wind against i'. I ctllnbed hlllgher alnd higher, fur by (Ilinthiing two oIbJcits' were leetmll-l pllshed. % slantingll upwilard In go ing againtl st the llld win It as apparent that mlhII oIIf its deterring rfotqv wast hlroken lll h i ll 111e reaso1n was tha1t II had lmade uiip nly mind that to win Ii }irvooklyn and knew there wa, da1ger Itiiillnh'llter Idh'tol y t,)'8rIIt ILtiteIi tI)(. tl l In this, becll ulli of the trealcherous air currents reanted by l big elttlelent of butidings. The higher tl I wits the better I ,ould escape lhese twlst-I Ing culrrents. It is buil for .oloie' generally, perhaps, to hnderstanld that with ius av;,nrs flhe higher up we are the safer we( f''el. If you sll tart to fall lnealr the ground yol have litle' ctIOhanceo II savei' yoiurself. ITI from fill' love youll hlivi mull vany lhltaniel of rightingl youir plane," Moissant Indignant. ilotlsitlunit It indignlanlt it the prllospect itf (Irahllnllllnie ite llland I)e LfInsesl hte ing itllowet I tl conipt'tle agaiI in tomolllr row. lIe woni todllay he contenended, llld evenl If the rulesl leave the conl test up)en to lilny lurltor Idulrling cer' ain hourll of aIIry diy ofI the mllet, Io. holds that he haslx elliinated his rivalsl of today. "if they let Olu'uilhtlllle-White halve ullnother chanllll.," tl'ehlreId MluaHILt, "I ldemnand thallt tlhe, meet be extende.l further so that I nmay have another ctluanl.e. (rahamne-WVhite l~ flying a Itl-horse pIower Imlerlot. 'The meet offlially endled tonight and toumorrI rw'a fillbhts were supllposed to bhe contfined to the i/)rogramlt of last S4unday, which in (lellltent weather prevented. No other *fligVlt should bO allowed tomorrow, and if there is. then I shall ask for a ipoplonllmenllt of several w(eks Ito nl low 1e tll get a 100-horse power Iua cthilne." Protost Sustained. It wa. relsrted late tonlight that the 4 aviathin conllttten had decbided to 1sun tlin Moissanlt's protesot that the meet officially be closed today and til,, flights tomollrrow culd consist only of the deferred flights of hlast Sunlday and whatever special (ev'(lts the coln mIIttee might be Iable to arrange. A TRIPLE TRAGEDY. New Vol'lk, tl. :0. -Afl'ter miaking aIt I;st ple.a to Iho' husbal d to *c'urtl, Mrsa. AnnieI Davis of BlrookldyQ enotmnit ltd suicide and look with her her two, ,hlldren--EIlls, fl years old, and Elsie, three. All were found toda.' aphilyxiated by gas, WRIGHT BROTHERS PRAISED. Illtckenllsllt N. J., )t't. 30.--T'he minsterial association , f Iiakenlll'-,''k ado)pted resolutions toulay, colnltnld Ing Wilbur anld t.rville "Wirgh: for rc - fusing to allow their e'lllli'tyey to fly theilr ue'roplanes on SuiOltldy.