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WON'T KEEP M'KAY,
WISEACRES SAY
Vljtchel. Stunned by Defeat
' 0f Police Bills, Declines
to Discuss Policy.
4RTHUR WOODS AGAIN
MENTIONED FOR POST
? \V. Perkins Not Likely to Care
for Place Under Present
Conditions. Tis Said.
? ? k "i" no! remain
of Mayor
ed "f that, although
.. ?fused to aa) you
? _- for another man.
. g? tl ila la "in of the
thai he
: " iul : r?
? ?'? ?' the
: I I
nun
- , that imi irtanl ofllc?
? imi i m had
deflo ?.- tructlve r<
? ? ? ? ? nd to
I the
? hO VX?,lll(l
?? ; ? -.?nt!!).' Ii
?. er, Hi.'" the
. the
been
, . ? defeat of the
, ? - ? ?mination of Colo
i: he la to rupplanl Mc
. . . , ? , t i ?
? du? 'i' lay. if
Mi'? Max ,r
goo ; '..i ? ri for BUP
? .-???' nlesi the < *r,m!nli-K:"n?--r
? bad break.
Mayor would like to
?_.-. r. ulnlstrator like ?Jolonel
? 1 ??i have n hard
. ? ? -. ?uch S man to take the
l>- since there has I ?
M n. ? the extreme ?litfl
? ? | thi department
VV.
? ?? mention? <i most
f, - . - pla? ? ? tel ?? ' wa ! Arthur
and an
oM friend Mr Wood? has had expert
srtment undi r- < 'ommls
? ' h deput) He
i on the r? con
f tii?? department
;; Fosdtck, who ha? hem
? , pi a. tlcally irniiratc'l that
? to undertak? tl (ob
at t: ? ? line. He i?-- i lanning to
m studying police
: i.-1 adminiatration m this
broad
? ? ? |e W. Pe? kins, who
? mentioned os a i
lay tin
t,r could be Induced to accepl the
"t under presen! condil
Hi !'? rXina la in Florida,
AHhi'iiRh he mad? ?.o bone? ?-r |
im \\.\t the defeei of th" police bill?
had etelnated Colonel G t-tl Is, Mayor
M!'"hel frankly Bald he waa not pre?
parad to apea! ol hia futur-.' < ?,ur?-e in
the !' i I irtment.
N ' '? e | hill?- are heafr-n,
lertng the possibility ??f
saming mother man In <
McKay'? i thi Mayor tnu asked.
? ? that poasi
b," the Max or re?
plied. "It ? i ?fair to ?u.ivx
hit 1 might
?ax.''
'Ms* w? ? nate Mr Perkina from
v ? nything you like " >? a : <J
i laugh.
MAN. 70. RECOVERS SIGHT
Operation Cures Veteran Blind
Twenty-nine Years.
Atlani m irch '_'."?. ?-Harry F.
? i Id, a <"i-.il War
?eUrail ghi to-da?-* af
'?'?*-* twenty-nine years
performed an
'the n!d man's eyes.
ind aftei ... ,..,i to he
- Theodore Boose
* like I thouRht he
th? ii remarked.
"r?** ' ' eyes ?rai shatteied
?-. and tii" other failed in
H.
KAISER AND KING MEET
German and Italian Monarchs
Confer in Venice.
King Victor Krnman
* ' Ott te da and ha?l a eordlal
l-:mii"ror William of (*<r
? . ? IM, the
?t*?-!*-! M ..?rrr Of !"r :cn Affair?., ao
eassjai -, Pg
? ? r-ved, i? designed
b) easphaaU?? the m of the Triple
' ' ' William is alho to
peror Fran- :?> Joseph of Auntrla.
| to ? ortu.
ULSTER M. P. DIES
?obert James McMordie Re
turned for E. Belfast in 1910.
Untan Uot h I TIM friHinif-t m?m
ft tor ?*--< i!,.!fa^,i Robert Jain?-. Me
motto.
lad Is ??ay ,-i? Dip Sg? of alxtv
?w -i? had *??? ?, rn-.mii.-r of the ii" mm
?teas sh - :'?:? oUtOU he vx?in re
'?irri4>_ .
- *
Kronprinz to Stay in Berlin,
Brother, Prince Adalbert, 111
Th? tri;, t., At'rl'H
i ".?ri Prtne? had purposed
? ? )..- been -ir-iinit^
ersteod tl ?" tl ?
' the Kmpt
v.r. Prince Interrupt?
. ?ral ?tal <>r I ?
___.* y ''? ?? a long i,'.hei,<4.. Anotnti
?ZTt '"" ''""' '"' '" '"""' '"' btUtru la
, < m?r.r ?roald re?
-*?' '"r.rl.-.ri'.r, t>, ,,,..?, ,?,,. M
" **
...',' . ' ' '?" ih? third son ??f Bnv
? I fr??? i,r, i.'-it.
T?,,'' ' ' leetlnal < ?<?
>h* A'':' ' ' .d from
'.?-." ". ?rtCologne at Kiel to.
MADAME CAILLAUX
FAVORS IN PARIS
PRISON EXTENDED
Other Women Besides Mme. Cail?
laiix Obtain Preferential Treat
ment at St. Lazare.
March 26 Violent public and
official protests against tlie favo;
t?. Mme Calllauz, assassin ol Gaston ?'ai?
mer.??, h. tiie authoritiea of the Saint
Lssar? had th?
V?. i ? . M : ? '.', tz, who I - of a
murderous atta h <'n her bus! and. was
transferred to a heated cell and permltt? '
to have a maid to attend her.
lime, i 'alllaux, after th? emol ?n ol he
long examination bj n?-nri Boucard, h
vestigattiig magistrate, yesterday, pas ad
a quiet ?lav In the prison to-day
At the inquiry hefor?* Magistrate Bou
card to-ilay an assistant of the gun?
maker, who sold Mme. Caillaui a revol?
ver, testified that, after selecting it, she
practised <.n tv\.. silhouette targets, rep?
reeentlng human beings, placed at a dis?
tance of fifty feet, sh?* aimed al the
abdomen and i<?p and made excellent
practice.
The inquiry Into the coi m lloi of for?
mer i'ablnet ministers with tl*?* ? *, ?
. ment of the trial of Henil Rochett?
aw i nd 1er, ^i?>vvs more end n.
catad. Th? abstracta of the testlmon)
supplied to the presa appear to be I ?
from complete, i nofllcial reporta of the
Investigation by the committee of the
i hember ol Deputiei allude to -violent at?
tacks on Joseph Calllaux, former Min
of Finance, as well as upon former Pre?
miere Brland and Bartho i. No m?
of these is made In the official version,
MAJORITY 92 FOR ASQUITH:
SEELY STILL WAR SECRETARY
< oiiliniiril frnm flrsl p?s<-.
the total figures being ."14 to 222, a
majority of '.?- for the administration.
In on? of the ablest speeches of nis
great career Premier Asquith told the
Mous, that the government had taken
a firm stand m regard t>. th? posltlo i
of ).ul.lio aervsnts. He said ht* would
? I as.- nt tO tl.? claim of any body
of men m the service of the <-n,*.vn to
demand from the government assur
ancea of a hypothetical character as to
what should be done in circumstsnees
Which ha.l not arisen. !i would, he
BSld, h<- a ne*W ? ?aim and vvould put the
government at the mercy of the mili?
tary and naval authorities.
The Premier's pronouncement sen' th?
supporters <?f the government wild.
The) climbed to th? benches, waving
pspers and hsndkerchleffl to the ac?
companiment of salvos of < h? ??;-*
which lasted several minutes.
Mi. Asquith then went out of ins
Way !.. defend the King. He ?aid he
aaaociated hlmaelf with th?-* regret of
<'?.hu? 1 Beely at the 'most unfair, im
proper ami Inconalderate attempts t?>
bring the name of bis majesty into the
Controversy. Prom Ural i" last." he said.
King ha?i preaerved every rui?*
Which ? ???mi" .'t- d with his dignity and
with his position as a constitutions!
BO*. el? Iglk"
Unionists Cheer Premier.
Unionist cheers greeted this tribute
from the Prime Minister to the sov?
ereign, but it gave iitti?- satisfaction
i?> the coalitionists, whose outbreak "f
daj night Btsnda on ie?Bord as a
constltuUonaJ fa?t that can never be
forgotten.
"I am not going to a? rept Colonel
Beely'a resignation," sal?! Mr. Asquith
In conclusion. "T.. do so would be un?
generous und unjust. He has loyally
?Acquiesced In the judgment which i
have given tO this Hol-., arid lie ran
count on the affection and the contt
dence of his colleagu? s."
in the lightning changes of last weak
Home Hule has again, momentarily at
least, romo oui ??n top. Mr. Asquith
Seemed at the end Of the night's sitting
In a position to h'?l?l his majority to?
gether and rush his 'bill through i..
second res-ding, as planned, and 11 aol
delayed too long la the House ?>f Lords
to for.?- Its final passage Ib the Com?
mona, bul sa things are now going ii
In BOt BBfe to make any predictions.
The only thing possible ?s t?. watch de?
velopments from hour to hour. At any
rate, all sign*? point now t.? a dissolu?
tion Immediate!) aft?r the Home Rule
hill Is finished with In fact, it ! |
Stated on good authority that this IS
the plan "f the Cabinet, and that it
will wa.t for the voting reform toil
until after the n?\i general election,
which will ii- fought ?.i. th.- position ?.f
?( ? ..tiny and the an?mpt t<, undermine
discipline therein b) appeals to clan
prejudice for th?- purposes of partisan
pohll. X.
One to King'? Intervsntion.
'"I'll?' Iiailv News' iH'harl;. dissatis?
fied ?"?i-i? Premier Asquith'a explana?
tion ??t the ?lough Incident, and ask?
ti,.- pui?ii. to note these circumstances
'Thai after Ike Ceblnrt council of
Monday morning General Qough re?
tened s written guarantee the term?
of which mus? hav.- been approved nt
thai Cabinet meeting; that ih to say,
the first three paragraphs thereof; ihut
sfter the Cabinet had been Bitting foi
an hour Colonel Beely lefl for Buck?
ingham Palace, presumably to ?-h'.w
the terms of the guarantee to th?
KinK, thai Colonel Beely dui no! re! irn
until the minister? were separating,
an?i that subsequently the two offend?
ing paragraph? wer.- add-d to th? doc?
ument, n mual have been aubse
quentlj since ',ii" Cabinet colle lively
had no cognizance "f these two para?
graphs."
The <!? duct lor Is irr? Is! I d la this
ministerialist organ, that the offending
paragraphs were sdded to the docu?
ment as a re?.- lit , f Colonel s- ely'a irlsll
to the King.
"Th?- Daily Citisen," th'- organ of the
Laborttee, remarks: "While Mr. As?
qulth ?mil Colonel Beely both loyally
defended the Km?? sgsinsl the charge
Of having taken any initiativ? during
the cri?.!-?, it la felt by all that Mi. AS?
qulth'a .?-pecrh waa as mm h a warning
to the court a- tr, th<? army ihat no In?
terference with the authority ??!' t!
Executive ami Parliament xxiii b.- tol?
erated."
Much of thr? oratory in the ?lehnte
which fii!!"x\.?i Premier Aequith'a
speech consisted "?* fiery denunciations
of th?- military aristocracy. The min
Isterialista wer? placated by the Cab?
inet's attitude! hut there remains a
xery ?-irorip dissatisfaction xxith the
xvhole affair arrionir, th?? Radi? als and
l.fihorites. Many think that the mat?
ter would hav.- been allowed t" rest
except for th?' alriT'st unanimous at?
tacks by the Liberal presa and ?mast?
ing* of th<- Conservative press oxer
what th*y spr-ak of as General Gough'a
rtctory.
Asquith and Huerta Compa-. J.
Andrexx Bonar Law. lead? t* of the
<-pp..sitien, denounced the govern?
ment's measure? as ? ?ricked attempt
i?i provoke bloodshed In Ulster, The
government liad not believed it possible
that the army had such strons convl? -
tinns as lias been shoxxn. The army
considered thai In the matter of iiom.
Rule the Asqulth Cabinet was as mu'h
a revolutionary commute? as Huertas
government in Mexico.
sir Edward Grey. Becretar. of state
for Foreign Affairs, dsnlod that the
government had planned any action
sxcept that contained In General
Paget'a written instructions, some of
the depots in the North "f Ireland, he
said, were wholly defenceless, and
then- had been an honest mlsunder?
standing on the part ?if th.? officers,
"Ther<> is one certain road to rexolu
tion." said the Foreign Becretary;
"thai is for t!i?- government t?. allow
its policy tu 1m- datai? ?I i.r Influenced
by the pol?tica of the officers of th.
arnix -."
Aitin.r J Balfour, former Unionist
Premier, accused the government "f
manauvring to compel Ulster to take
the offensive, and denied that all Mdee
of the.House of Commons ?ron agreed
?.n th*? question of the proper use of
the military forcea He said, however,
thai nil wen agreed the army1 ahouki
b? available to help the i Ivll power to
?
- . ?? . ' ? iii-iun had not, he si
a Isei lister.
Mr Bulfoui declared that if he w
It? 1 B'hethei the American color
ater bad had ,-r- iter Justifica!
' r resisting the civil power, he wo
not hesitate to any '?hat the prose
lion the government was giving
Ulster was Incomparabl) greater tl
i .- given to th? American colon
j. Austen Chamberlain complali
thai th?- government had revea
nothing concerning the instruct!
- en b) the Arm) Coun? 11 to Gem
i*.t?/et. if. es hau i??? ? . the g
ernment roerelj intended the i..
?r ?.; 8 to | i"t? ? t the at? re>. it WO
never have told General I'm-?-1 to
use from servi? e the ? IB? era domic!
In Ulster. It was ? rabie,
>iid. thai when on Bunds) th? Prem
?gave his statemeni lo th?- prese be kn
that Mr. Churchill had i rdered s bal
aquadron to Lamlaah.
Mr. Chamberlain declared thai it ?
now kn? v. n that the I p
for whi.-h the Becretsry for War
?-umeri sole responalbllti were prepai
by him in ?consultation with Vlacot
\?or! . Lord Morle) would not hi
assented t" their Inclusion he
ed. unless the i aragi re a I
Interpretation of what the Cabina! ?
decided on, and the Premier would i
cepl Colonel Seely's resignation, i
? he hi.i or.i- done what the ?'?
I net minlatera themselves h.ui aasen?
to.
Mr. Churchill Inti rj oslng si '? I
"Lord Morle) had no dlrecl ?nne I
with th?- paragraphs referred to
merel) happ? m d to '?? a ith ? '? loi
Seel) in the Cabinet room when I
dispatch case rontslnlng them a
ght in. Por thai reason and ?
? euae hi la eh I i Iroua he ? teumed i
slbiilty for them hut Col? eel Be?
still accepts 'he si le and the fulleal i
aponalblllt)."
while th?-? debate a*as proceeding
the House of Commons Viacount M?
? t he House ? ; Lords msd s stnl
mint similar t?> ihat of Premier A
quiii?. He said thai the governme
had v ithdrawn the last two paragrap
of the document given to Genei
Gough.
Winston Churchill Vehement.
The ?lehnte in Ihr CommOIlfl was
greal deal quieter than that of th? pr
vioufl day, hut there was one nig ?da
up m the preliminary stages, an n
roar following Winston ChurCbiU's a
mission thai Hi" government Intend
to send a battleahlp squadron to l.'lst
?f trouble arose. Lord Charles Bere
ford then questioned the First Lot
about the orders given to the third ha
;. aquadron and afterarard ca
.??lied by wlrelibs.
Mr. Churchill said that when I
found that th?- precautionary moi
in? nis of the military had been effect?
without an) opposition from the am
of liKMNHi men, which it was assert?
had been rais.-d to r?*sis? tin- euthorlt
..f tl .- crown ? "I'raitor: Bully! Ha
Rat!"), then he decided that the mov?
men! should i. suspended until aft?
the Faster leave of the army.
"Will the First I.or.l state wh? th?
he expect? d and hoped that these pur'
ly precautionary measures to loc
after stores would lead to fighting ati
bloodshed?" (Opposition cheers)
The Speaker?The honorable menib?
must form his- own judgment (Oppoe
tlon cheers),
Mr. Churchill?As the question ha
been aaked, I wish, with your permit
sion and thai Of the House. t<> repud
ate thst hellish insinuation. [Prolonge
minist. ? .a! i 1 ? ? rs and uproar.1
The Bpeaker hoped the Piral i.or
Would withdraw* the epithet.
Mr. Churchill?-With gnat respect t
you, Mr Bpeaker, the honorabli men
ber aaked whether it was true that
hoped | "Von did'") the precautlonar
movement would bad to fighting an
bloodahed i have been In this Houa
for fourteen years ["Tdb long!"] and
have never been asked to wlthdrai
any expression I have used. If you sa;
the epithet "hellish," although appro
priate to the fact [prolonged (?ppositloi
?ries of "Withdraw!" and general up
roar] -If you sav that the expre?sioi
Is In the circumstances not within th.
limita tolerated in debate-then I mus?
regretfully and with respect bow to youi
ruling, but I earnestly trust?
I Renewed uproar and cries of "With?
draw:"!
The Speaker then snid that whatever
Indignation tlu- First Lord might fee]
h? would see on reflection that it would
t.. Impoeslble to allow the expression
Mr. Churchill?After your ruling, sir,
and the expression accompanying ?t, I
withdraw the word "hellish."
London, March 2?.- The government
published to-day its proajlsed ?talement of
Its deslinga with the revolting officers of
the Id Csvslry Brigade, and th? Hous?
or Commons held another h?*at?'d and ?lis
orderly session. Between th.- documents
; resented In the shape of a White Paper,
or official communication, and th-- vari?
ous atatementa drawn from the eel net
ministers the vita! f.u's of th? affair were
made i 1? 8
Seely Takes All Blsme.
Colonel Seely took all the blsme ipon
his own sho'ild?*rs. He franklv declared
that he had made s great mistake H
written assurance t.. General Hubert
Qougli that the ?government "must retain
Its rUht to use all th<- for.es of the crown
In Ireland or elsewhen- to maintain order
Blld BSpport the civil powers In th.? ordi?
nary execution of their duty, b?:t has no
intention whatever at taklns edveatege of
th!-? right In order to crush poiitl? i??l op?
position to the poli, v or the principles of
th.- Home Hule bill," was given without
th.? knowledge of the Cabinet and con?
tra? y to Its i alley.
The most important revelations of the
ih.v were to the effect that the govern
ment old plan an important military and
nsVBl demonstration upon lister W:n
st"i? Bpeneer Churchill, First ix?ni of the
Admiralty, confirmed the reports that he
had ord'-red the 2d Battleship Squadron
ani a torpedo flotilla t<> Irish waters hut
explaiii>*<l that When the military arrange?
ments hnd been successfully carried out
he ?ouiiterin.inded th<- or.lers by wireless
an explanation which the t'nlonlst-. r<
ceived with jeers.
The I'sblnet on Mondav framed B Bin?
era! statement of the officers' position
and dut*, under the lnw. and i'olontl Seely
fieelv admitted that his error was In
yielding to Oeaeral Gough'a demand for
a Written BaBUreOCe that the army would
ri'.t be BSed to suppress th?- I in enanters.
Premlei Asqulth's statements that the
officers should return to ?luty uncondi?
tional!.", were maile In good faith, sine?
he lenrrteri of I*n1?*?nel Jlerlv '?. im.i'iinifn?.
to the Cabinet m?morandum on'.?/* rester
?lay afternoon.
Krorn the correspondence between thi
War Office and the army officers In Ire?
land which led to the wholesale resigna
tioni? ?.if commissions. It can be sern thai
the War Offi.e was Informed early in Pe
c ember last of the possibility of troi.bl?
in case the political situation In regard tc
l Ister eaSBe to ? crisis. In consequence
of this information i'olonel Seely. Sec?
retar;, of ??"t?te for War, interviewed th?
??trierai officers ii- comrnaiid and ex?
plained to them that an officer of the
British am.) ?a.-?.- entitle?! to obey orders
to ?.hoot only in case the order wa? a
reasonable one under the ctTCUtnstsaee?
The Becrstsry for War told them that
no one from a general doxvn t.? ? privat?
B to? titled to use more for?-.- than was
required to maintain order arid the ?afety
ot :,fe ami property He point-d out that
?Oldier could shelter himself from
th? iivil la? behind an order ?ixen by a
superior oft; er if that order mat un?
able and outrageous."
When Disobedience Is Justified.
? i?*. th refor? officer? ar I men of th?
i ri'i-h -n;-v hav? been i*??i to bellev?
*??' ? - i p-psaibillt. that th?) might
be -railed upoi to t-ik<? outi ii?'"ii-- ictlon
for In?ta; ??, to i ..-..- ma? 'if -
: lonstrators who wer? causli n i a dan
or to th? live? "f then
-ii"? the ?ffeei.; - Ipline In
, ? theles? it m as true th it
.. ? re in t'a. t and In la? : -, ?
.. . ? fusai to ob*).
"There nevei een 'md t:i??re is
not now en) Intention, however, of -i
Ins outrsgeoua and illesal order? to th?
? nopa The ??? will he i eepi t< d and
? m Abi)?d '?'? >i ha? n is tu '??
fa <?.? i? i? ? - ?. i > ? i I i t ?. of action
require i In op? In ?upporl i
'?rar in protecting lives and i rop?
? len the po'ii ?? ere unable to hold
their ?? .
"Attempt? hav? been mad? to dissuade
r i,<? u mu?s from ' ordi r?
piveii to them when scting In sui
th? civil power. These ?ttempta '.ave
amounted to th.? claim that offl ?rs arid
n.en of th-? army could pick snd chocs?
between lawful and reasonabl? orders
Baylng they xxouid ebe) In on? cas? and
not in another."
No Infractions of Discipline.
Continuing that there had not been a
siriRle COM of lack of discipline in this
respect in the British arm>, Colonel Beely
isya:
At the ?sm? time, a? viewa and ?t?te?
menta uttered In th? press an?i etaewher?
made the position ?-'..-ar. I Informed :li<
general ofBcers that I would hold each of
them individually reeponeible to ?ee that
ther? ?raa n i ? ondud In then- command?
lubveralve of disciplln? I told them they
could let it be clearly understood ihat any
?uch conduct would be dealt xvith under
the King*? regulation?
"If any army officer should tender his
resignation i told th? general? that the-.
should ask for his reaj-cir-.s. and if he tn
?1 a ate?I that he de*!red to choose whicb
order he would obey I would submit tc
the Klnc that DM officer should be re?
moved from the army."
1 This was followed by a letter dated
March 1 4 from the War Office to GenersJ
Sir Arthur Taget. ?.ommaJider In chief lr
Ireland, ia which Sir Arthur wa? In?
formed :
"Irj consequence of reports received by
the government that attempts may be
made In various parts of Ireland by evil
disposed persons to obtain possession of
arms and ammunition and other govern?
ment stores, it is considered advisable
that ) "?; ahOuM at once take s;?ecl_l pre
cautlons foe safeguarding the depots and
other piaeaa Whl re aima ?end stores are
kept as you max think advisable.
Place? Likely To B? Attacked.
i: appeals thai Armagh Omagh. Car*
' Innlskillen ar.- insuf
tlj guarded, being rptrisllj liable to
k."
General lau.?: tsiaigraphed t?> the war
OH - March ft) that all the officers
of the ,".th Royal Irish Laniers stationed
in pubiin had resigned with the exception
two He ?aid he fearcl that the same
condit on? >n railed among th? officers of
the i?*rh Queen'? Lai era ?tattooed at the
Curragh and that the men would refuse
t" move
I General Pegel tele
led to ih? War Offlc? that the Brig
leven ofBcera at
?th? ' Brisad? at the i urrag
? ? -mi-sal if they are
sd to th? ?
replii '.. thi? ''iv'
pat " ? General 1 ;i.*r to aua
d from ?lut- any "sei 11 - who
had tendered the! resignations or. In any
ited your author
It) Th? ?.! odBcsrs
;-ed."
Brigadier Gi eral Hubert Gough, in
his brigede as
. , ,. from
?' , ? ' If! eyed to htm verbally by
- ' r Pa let, Baya:
"Th-. Ot-Cera Of my brigade are unani?
mous m the opinion that further Infor?
mation ?r? essential before they should ?*?<?
called upon ?t such short notice to take
decisions so rltall) a it ?".?tin?' their who'?
future, at}?l ?specially that a clear defini?
tion ba ?riven of the terms 'duty as or
dered and 'active operations' in Ulster.
' If such duty consists in the mainte?
nance of order snd preservation of prop?
erty all the officers, including myself, ar*
prepared to earn out that duty. If, how?
?????r. th? '!ut> Involve? th? Initiation of
active military operation? against vister
the following "" w? :'. i respectfully,
and under protest, prefer to resign"
TI i name? of fifty-six officers of the 3d
?'avail v Brigade folios
Colonel Beely*? !" another i'abl
n?-t pool is predicted and the ennouacs*
nient S?d acceptance Of the reslKnatlons
of General Page! and General Qough
would he no surprise.
BEACHEY TO FLY
IN WORLD RACE
Entry Notice Given as He
Departs for Europe to
Get Motor.
AIRMAN GETS WRIGHT
LICENSE FOR MACHINE
First Application Sanctioned by
, Company -Aviator Bares
Terms of Grant.
Lincoln Beachey, who Bailed for Europe
..estird.iy, reused excitement before he
left and gave local ?? tethlng i
think aid talk about He called .it
Hotel M.Aipm ai noon and i ; *. t
lewtag nhaiai lailetli note to Arnold
Kruckmaii. irun.i;. r Of the world |
"Dear Kruckaaan 'A novice wash I
enter round-the-vwrld iUt-avtag I r m
on the second leg wm trv to -??
lut hase ni.it.v loe*t h
when Beachey Baal!) talked with
Kruckmsn '?? asserted f>i- ..-.^ p.
fion was serious, end that be AM w;
tile i is ? ?'ti v :?<- ti *.?'...?. i rdllag
test. He sai?l that ba w .. i i
to buy a motor tor thai puri me .uni
the plane which he recently Ii.i I bulll
Glenn Martin was , .i; al '?'-....:
Bight
T.ater in ft'" <! ?v '.'? . ' the
oflloce of it? * Wright cotni <?v- .mi u
raneed with Atpli??US I ' 1 '
of the company, for the llcei ol his
new machina This Is the * * lion
the company has reei ved, so f i-?
known, and the tirst reel
to the ?-Tact t.*?,- At nanded ?'*?? the
Wrights came as the result ??f I ?
visit.
Accordin** to Heachey, the Wrl '
pany reojolrea the paymenl of 11,
alty en each machine manufs tared and
a bonus of $?*. for each da* the ma
'.9 u??*d for exhibition work s< Indi?
viduels o?- concerns win be llcen
Reachev s.iid. until th.-v have proved to
the Wrights that thev are responsible,
in regard to the Bale of [.?re- sad ?tie,;
repelling of broken aeroplanes, t' Is
.I. retOOd that OtM e .. ma? Ihm.? '
regular!) llceneed end the fee paid, thai
..wrier will I?1 sltowed t" ni'!--'' >lt ??
without additional payments
The -Wrights, Beachey ?.n , stand reedy ,
to protect all wtio show a S to
live up tO their terms, and will not do
anything to enooaraga foreign manufa I
urers to i-ome t?> this country. Boa hi ?
said that the terms arore aatUtactor* to
him.
NOV
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