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w Public Pressure PressureGILLETT PressureI PressureGILLE
Says His Bill Would Test Con Contributor Contl ContIibntolJ ¬
tIibntolJ tributor tl 1JutOlY Plan PlanIf l > lnn lnnlC
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Successfully SuccC Hrull Says Sit lluxrachnncth lluxrachnncthItepresentativc 3lJiM tncliu nclluPlcttl nclluPlcttlIlclrCjllcntnthc ctti cttiIlttltrcMCiitntlvc
IlttltrcMCiitntlvc It Cnn lie tlcii tlciicrnlly tcntrnll Gcnemll
trnll crnlly Applied lIlIctlU If Relief Is I Xot XotFound ot otIound otFound
Found AV c Arc Ar Hound to JInvc JInvcMore IlnveMore Ilnc3lore
More niimlAMnl I Disnti > luni1Inh4Dcnlnntl enlsDcnbnnd Demand Action ActionAlthough ActionAl tetlonAlthough
Although Al there Is II real awl a cl urgent ttr ent M Read Readfor aeatlfur od odfor
for the relief of the aged Ked clerk whom whomthe w wthe wham whamthe
the change ChaD of time and circumstance circumstanceai
ai are e t depriving of office ana an < < turning tunln adrift anttto adriftto t ttu
to make living MI best they the mar It Itseem Itleer itseems
seem leer doubtful that any relief legislation legtelntJonduring lesi legislationduring ttJon ttJondurin
during durin < < tb the present session of o Congressstauds Congress Congrawstands Congr Congrtauds
stands tauds a chance of passage passagecongress paa paat passageCongress < <
congress t onN may not have seemed extraor extraordinarily sxtraordiuarlly traOl traOldlliarUr ¬
dinarily busy but it has been too much muchengrossed muchlIgroaed mucheugrostssd
engrossed with Ith other affairs to pay much muchattention muchattention muchattention
attention to the artWrs ftI of the District of ofColumbia orColulftbla ofColumbia
Columbia especially relating reJatln duly to government gov government gOYernmeat ¬
ernment clerks and it Is It probable that thatless thatIf thatleas
less If than a dozen otIen members of the House Househave HOU8have househave
have given the matter more than th ut passing passingthought pualngtho passingthought
thought thoughtOn tho thoughtOn t tOn
On the House calendar the bills pre presented pr prented preRented ¬
Rented by the Committee Commltt on Civil Service ServiceReform ServiceReform ServiceReform
Reform come up tp AVoonssday 6dMMIa and it is isprobable hiprobable leprobable
probable that the Gillett bill providingfor providing providingfor JKokUnfoc
for a system tem of contributory retirementfunds retirement retirementfunds retkemeotlundtl
funds will receive attention within two twoweeks tow twoweeks
weeks w k of that timePublic time timeIuMIc ttm ttmluhllc
Public Must luJllt Demand Action ActionIf tetlonIf ctlnn ctlnnIt
If that bill comes in for a full ami antlfrank amifrank ane anefrank
frank discussion d Iel ldOn with a view vl of securing securingit securingIts urln urlnIt
it Its immediate passage JN lAae it will m l 110 o because becausethe bet1UIIIMtthe becausethe
the weight w ht of public opinion will by that thattime thattime thattime
time have made itself 1 IC felt felLThe feltThe feltThe
The Hon Frederick H Gtllett of Spring Springfield Sprt Sprtflfltl Springfield ¬
field Mass I sponsor apon or of o the bill was U seen seenyesterday Henfterdy seenyesterday
yesterday at his home 3b 15S Eighteenth Eighteenthstreet Eighteenthtltrfet 11lghteenthstreet
street and said saidIt aklIt saidIt
It would be well if It were more thor thoroughly thorott8bl thoreughly ¬
oughly ott8bl understood that the present bill billis billi8 billis
is drawn so as to apply ppI for tn tb6 present presentonly prttH1tonly presentonly
only to the civil servants rvnts within the Dis District DI DItrlct District ¬
trict of CohwwWa CoIuIa By this U 8 wa WM meant meantn meantnil meantno
n nil < > dftertaainBifrm agta1aet sgt et the umptaye u at atthe O Othe eCthe
the civil service terv otKskle But we felt tha thaere lhac lhacert thaere <
ere In the District we had a condensed condensedl eondenMdllty
l llty b tdy ly Of civil elvtll servants < < vanle with whom the thei UHcqntrlbutory thecontributor
contributor i plan of retirement fund could couldle C couldLe uld uldlf
lf le > tried and if found to work success successfully au successfully < < eu eutull ¬
fully tull extended That is I the way civil civilpfrvlce civilppnlce civilervice
pfrvlce reform Itself began be n right rl < < ht here in inthe Intl1P inthe
the District it has extended all I over the thecountry lhecountry thecountry
country countryI
I believe there are some civil service serviceorganizations serviceorganizations ervlceorganbaUoftS
organizations outside of Washington that thatdo thtdo thatdo
do not want any pension fund or con contributory contributorI contributory ¬
tributory retirement fund but it should shouldremembered Rould1HO shouldbe
1HO > < remembered that here h re In the District Districtare Dlslrlclart Districtare
are > gathered many more than elsewhere elsewhereof
of the extremely aged ed clerks on whom whomretirement whomretirement whomretirement
retirement without any provision prof ion from fromthe fronlthe fromthe
the government falls raU as a calamity calamityTli calamitylhllllM calamityThinks
lhllllM Tli I u UN Kemcdy nc mcd Imperative ImperativeIf
If some measure of relief hi t not ot passed passedwe puHdwe passedwe
we are bound to have a recurrence of thescenes the thescenes the8t
scenes 8t of distress which we have h e been beenwitnessing beenwItn beenwltnea
wltnea witnessing wItn dng lD < < recently They occur when whenever whennr whenever ¬
ever nr the heads of the departments change changeThese chan changeTheee < < e eTheM
These changes c es result in bringing brin ng In from fromthe fromthf fromthe
the outside practical prac tic I business men to totake totakt totake
take charge of government affairs and andthese andtltIIt andthese
these so soon as they look around their theirrTrpartments theirdfpartrnfntfll theirdrrartments
rTrpartments Immediately Immedlatel discover a lot lotof lotor lotof
of dead wood OOdnumbers numbers of clerks who whor
r tb < in reality n1tty of little or no use to the theK lhehtrnnwnt theg
htrnnwnt K vrnmrnt service These chiefs cannot cannotktri cannotp
ktri p r 1 it The law Ja commands them themIt themItlV themItRes It Itfcucs
fcucs lV Res them th m no option optionIt it commands them themget themgt themr
r get rid of the waste In their departnts depart departFnrnts departmfntR
Fnrnts nts Loath as ail U of them are to do doIt lo loIt
1 It they tht have to make some 5Om effort ort to get getrM et
rM 11 of the Inefflclents InefflclentsFor IneftklentsFor IneAiclentsFor
For myself said Mr lr Gillett I am ami
i m n tied to any plan this that or the theother thether theother
< other ther but I am striving IJtrlvtn as hard as I can cant eantl cant
t tl < > secure some 80 Ie relief with what hat chances ehancesof chnc chncI chancesof
of I success lUCC only the future can tellSLAYS tell tellSLAYS trllSLAYS
Revenge Is Excuse of Wild West WestPerformer WestPerformer WestPerformer
Performer PerformerNew Performere PerformerNetw
New e York May Ir 29 tIadore Isadore Neuman Neumana
a former member of the Buffalo Bill Billtroupe DilltrouPe Bintroupe
troupe of cavalry CIlvalr riders shot > > hot and killed killedMs killedhl8 killedhla
Ms infant son Herman and then killed killedJiis killedhi killedhis
his hi wife Blanche in the bedroom of oftiielr o othlr oftheir
their apartments at t 117 East Eighty EightyFPcond ElshtIP lfibhtytpcolId
FPcond IP ond street treet tonight tonightAfter tonl8lttfter tonightAfter
After fter he had emptied the five e cham chaml chamlrs chambers
lrs l > frs of his h revolver Neuman asked Ills IllsIloUier his1roUter Idshrother
IloUier Solomon who had teen a wit witness wltI ¬
3 ness I esa of the double murder for a cigar cigarrite clgArf cigarand
rite f tp and A cI as he puffed It he announced announcedtliat announcedthat announcedthat
that he had killed his wife and son for forrevenge forr or orIe
revenge revengeHis Ie r verge vergeHis nle nleHI
His HI wife went away WilY from Jwidoro fiverlLntha five fiveniLnths fh fhlcntIuJ <
niLnths ago and a HI went to Washington Washingtonv
v dth th another man takln taking with her herI t60 t60t 6QQ 6QQthe
I r the familys savings tnp He wont to toY toal1ia3lon
Y 1 ashtngton to search for her He found foundh foundb foundhi
h b r employed as a maid In the family famfl of oflu ofI ofI
lu I presenUtlve eatattve Weeks reoks
pre There was a ai 8 8c aI
i f oncUtetion c coacfhlationMRS oncUtetionMRS > ndllaUonMRS
sl to HM WartdDfiton HwnW HwnWCincinnati HfIIIJdCnctuAU lleraidi
Cincinnati i netnnatl Ohio May 23Mrs a t airs rrs William WilliamToward WIi Idaln IdalniotvardTaft
iotvardTaft Toward 1 vard Tart wife of the President will willi
i i itch 11 h Cincinnati C nclnnaU early tomorrow toIn < lrrOw morn mornx
x 1 i and G < 1 will be taken immediately to toti tof
1 f ti 10 tedside ted8l e of her h father John W Yo Her Hern
n who is f seriously ill Mr 11 llcrron is iseightytwo Ist
eightytwo t years of ago agoIt AgOIt agoIt
It was reported lato last week that ho hovas 10snldng howas
vas sinking slowly It is understood understoodhere unlerstoodhere understoodhere
here that Mrs Taft will remain at hor horfathers horfuther herfatthers
fathers futher bedside ti4l8k1 for the next ton days daysii daysrind
rind ii nd that possibly JIONfbl she will ill not be able abloto aboto ableto
to leave him for even a longer period periodSpend pOllodSpend periodSpend
Spend today toda at 1t Randle Highlands Highlandswhere HlgbJnndswber Highlandswhen
where you can see the 1 big military car carnival carnhl carnival ¬
nival How to pet there th re Take the car carmarked carmarked carmarked
marked Seventeenth Sen + teentb and Pennsylvania Pennsylvaniaavenue Penn Pennsylvaniaavenue ylVtnla ylVtnlaaVEnue
avenue Capita Traction Tra < Uoo Company and andtransfer lUIdtransCr andtransfer
transfer at the th b1dse b1d e to the Randle Highlands High Highlands Highlands
lands car ca cart cartv
One of Socalled Bathroom 11atbroOlnOJS Batl BathroomJBoys 1100111 1100111Boys
Boys OJS to Appear AppearSpringfield AppearSprtn AppearSpdngfell
Springfield Sprtn kl Ill May la SiFollowing SiFollowingthe IFotlowla IFotlowlathe Foilowlag Foilowlagthe
the bribery disclosures before the Sanga Sangamoft s s1DOIt Sa iga igamoa
moa County grand ad Jury Saturday in including JRe1ucl1nc Including ¬
cluding the confession of Senator natOl D W WHoHsiaw WBoKaw WHoltslaw
HoHsiaw that h hilt was given Vett U6M S 251S for his alavote hisvote j jvote
vote for Senator Lottower the t iavestl lavestition iavestltkm jay jaytlon
tkm this week ek promises prom a stamped JKampethfor JKampethfortmmunltr forimmunity for forimmunity
immunityImportance immunity immunityImportance tmmunltrImportance
Importance is attached to the appear appearance APpearance appearanco ¬
ance here of o Representative Repre ntatlve Joseph JosephClarke Jo JosephClarke pb pbClarke
Clarke as he Is one of the socalled socalledbathroom iMcaUeclbathroom socalledbathroom
bathroom boys who were ere In St Louis Louisaccording Lou LouAceordln Louisaccording
according Aceordln to the confessions of Repre Representatives ReCeHntatJyfJ Representatives ¬
sentatives l White and Beckemyer when whenJackpst whenjaekRet ben benuJaekt
Jackpst money mO y was paid pM in tb tittt South Southern Souuern Southern ¬
ern Hotel bAthroom as alleged all ed by Rep Representative R Rres Ropresentatlve ¬
resentative res tuUve Robert Wilson of Chicago Chicagowho Cblcaaoho Chicagowho
who ho is under Indictment In Cook County CountyOther Count CountOther CountyOther
Other Lawmaker Implicated lntpliontedChicago ImplicatedCHc ImpllentetlChlett
CHc Chlett Chicago < < o May lay 2VPlOCteCUton Prosecutors of 0 both bothCook bothCook bothCook
Cook and Sangamon San < < amon counties have new newleads
leads as a to who furnished the brtift brtiftmoney 1NtAInone brt brtmoney
money Inone When Senator Hoitai Iiott4ew aw con confessed eonfeestMI confessed ¬
fessed to the Sangamon Sa n Jurors Saturday Saturdaythat Saturdaythat Saturdaythat
that he had been given a bribe of 52500 52500for 500 500for 508for
for voting voUn for Lorimer for Senator and andoe
700 7 oe 0 as a his h l slice of the jackpot both bothbribes bothbrlbetl bothbribes
bribes being paid by Senator Broderick Broderickhe
he also gave testimony implicating hnpllcatl other otherlawmaker other1anaken otherlawmakers
lawmaker according to well authenti authenticated authenUClUed authenticated ¬
cated information from Springfield SpringfieldI Sprln SpringfieldThis ld ldThis
I This part of the HoHsiaw Holts w confession confessionwas con confessionwas ee lon lonIUS
was IUS kept a secret a < < ret until further evidence evidencecould evtdetkeeould evidencecould
could be obtained > d The suppressed part partof partof partof
of Senator IToltslaws testimony Is said saidI Midto saidto
I to dovetail into a report on which In Investigators InesU investigatora ¬
vestigators esU tor have ba e been at work and Is hisaid Isaid issaid
said to corroborate the evidence so farsecured far farsecured farsecured
secured that another Democratic repre representative representative representative ¬
sentative Is expected to come forth at atSpringfield atSprlnstleld atSpringfield
Springfield before the end of the week weekwith weekwith weekwith
with the confession that he was S given givenmoney 8lvenmono givenmoney
money mono for voting oUn for Senator Lorimer LorimerIf
If I the confession is not forthcoming forthcomingthe
the evidence at hand is said to be such suchthat lIuehthat suchthat
that a perjury p < < Jury indictment will be voted votedSENATE votedSENATE votedSENATE
Senate leaders say that the resolution resolutionIntroduced resolutionIntroduced resolutionintroduced
Introduced Saturday by Senator Lorimer Lorimercalling Lorimercalling
calling for an inquiry into the charge chargethat chArlottNtt chargethat
that his election was brought about by byfraud byfraud byfraud
fraud will m be passed passedThey fNUftdrhey passedThey
They declare that even If the Senate Senatewere Senatewere
were disposed to Ignore I noce the Incident Inclde t that thatSenator thatSen thatSenator
Senator Sen tor Lorimers demand for or an Inquiry Inquirywould Inquirywould inquirywoukl
would have to be heeded heededWhile h heededWhile 1ed 1edWhile
While the Investigation Ine tl < < atlon will III be set in inmotion Inmotion inmotion
motion soon > > 000 no effort will m be made to tocomplete tocomplete tocomplete
complete it at this thi session 8 lon Indications Indicationsare
are that it will be conducted by a special specialcommittee 11 specialcommittee < < 11 11comnlttee
committee It will undoubtedly hold holdBIOI18 see seesiotta sessions ¬
sions in Illinois as well ell as in Washing Washington WUhlnSton ¬
ton It is believed that before entering enteringactively enterJ enterJactively enteringactively
actively into the work of inquiry the thecommittee thecommittee thecommittee
committee will 111 await the outcome of the thecourt tbecourl thecourt
court proceedings in Illinois IllinoisSnved IJIIJoJtSnTed IllhioibSaved
Saved Chauffeur Xo Itewnrd ItewnrdPittrtburg nennrclPittd ItetvnrdPitt
Pittrtburg Pittd Pitt + lwrg > urg May lla 29 9The The Carnegie Carne le Hero HeroFun HaroFund NeroFunei
Fun Fund < Commission has stopped 8top d an Invoetlgatlon In Investigation InvOUgaUon ¬
vestigation begun to reward r wart1 the man manwho manho manwho
who ho saved a chauffeur from burning to todeath todeath todeath
death last Wednesday Vcdne c1a The hero was wasAlbert walAlbert wasAlbert
Albert J Barr proprietor of two news newspapers new newpper newspapers ¬
papers and a member of the commission ccmuniesfone
The annual Memorial morlal Day parade paradeof
of veterans will start from Pennsyl Pennsylvania Penn Peaneylvanla yl ylvania ¬
vania avenue and Fifteenth O ltt nth street at atto
10 0 oclock this morning mornln marching to toward tont toward ¬
ward nt the Capitol CapitolMore CapitolMore CapitolMore
More than 20W 08 men will be In the theline tb6ue theline
line of march Including lnel veterans Yriera of oftoe ofUae ofthe
toe civil and Spanish wars The TheMarts ThelarIM TheIbiarlse
Marts larIM Band will head the column columnServices coIumaSerYkes columnServlees
Services at Arlington Cemetery will willbegin willbegin 111 111at
begin at noon with ltb the national sa salute MJate salute ¬
lute by a Field Artillery J battery The Theceremonial TbeceHMOlda Thecereneonkel
ceremonial I ef C the tb decoration of 0 graves graveswin tra graveswill v vn
win n follow tollo participated In by patri patriotic patriotic patriode ¬
otic societies societiesSenator JIOdeUaStor societiesSenator
Senator W O Bradley Bradle former gov governor 80Yemor governor ¬
ernor of Kentucky win w I deliver an anoration artorattoC1 anoration
oration In the amphitheater There Therewill Therewill Therewill
will be a doses other addresses ad rfl8lle8 music musicby muateby musicby
by the Marine Band FUtosnth Cav Cavalry Qrvalr1 Ctvairy ¬
airy Band and nd Dumbarton Du Avenue AvenueM AvenueM ftft1le ftft1leM
M E Church choir ancIa and a recitation recitationof
of Lincolns Lincoln Gettysburg GetlJ Wl Iddri 6dr 6drJ b bJ yo yoJ
J Walter Walt MltchvIL MltchvILAt MttchslfAt ltche ltcheAt
At lltS Isl ls oclock this morning tIN tINwtn tfc as assembly asserubly ¬
sembly will be aoiu sounded nded iad at the be Na National Xattonal Natiotal ¬
tional Cemetery Cemet < < y Soldiers Home Homeopening HomeJteDtIac Homeopening
opening the exercises exen of the day dayAfter cIayAfter dayAfter
After the decoration of graves lyea Sen Seaator Senator SenI ¬
I ator tor Chauncey M Depew Depe of New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York will speak peak The YoungLadies YoungLadiesiIemorfad Young YotaD < < Ladies LadiesMemorial lAdiesl1emorJ
Memorial l1emorJ Choir and the post Ji Oet bandwill band bandwilt kndwill
will assist at t in It an nelabotate elaborate musical mwdcalprogramme JIIUMleaIp musicalprogramme
programme programmeSenator p programmeSenator ramme rammeSenator
Senator W B Heyburn of Idaho Idahowill Icllhout Idahowill
will ut make the annual oration at the theCongressional th8CO theCongressionsh
Congressional CO < < euiO a Cemetery where here serv services servIees n nte ¬
ices te will IU start at M oclock with the thereveille therevdQe thereveille
reveille sounded by buglers of the En Engineer Ln81neer Engineer ¬
gineer Band The Metropolitan Bap Baptist HaptAllt Baptist ¬
tist Church choir will willS singServices sing singServices
Services S < < vtc4J will begin as follows ollo in the theother thootMr theother
other cemeteries cemeteriesGlewwood cemeteriesGlettwood cemeteriesClenwood
Glewwood Prospect Hill St Marys Marysand Marysand fary faryaM
and Mount Olivet services at atUM the Glen Glenwood Glenwoocl Glenwood
wood Chapel 130 JO oclock oclockHoly odockHoly oclockiroly
Holy RoodServices itoodServtcealM J In the cemetery cemeteryat eftDeterTat
at 930 31 oclock oclockOak oclocki
i Oak 0 k HlHService in I the chapel at atH30
1030 oclock oclockSt ocloekSt oclockSt
St Elisabeths EllubethServteeat Services at the cemetery cemetery ceme cemetery ¬
tery at MM oclock oclockHarmony ociockHarnonyProceaion oclockItartnonyProcession
HarnonyProceaion Harmony Procession will in start from fromTrue fromTrue fromTrue
True Reformers Hall Twelfth and U Ustreets UIl Ustnete
streets Il t at t 139 oclock at the cemetery cemeterySenator cemeterySetOl cemeterySenator
Senator Norris Brown of Nebraska Nebraskawill Nebraskawilt Nebra8lcawill
will deliver an oration at the cerenromke ceremo ceremonies cremo cremonln ¬
nies at t Battle Ground Cemetery be beginning bennlD beginning ¬
ginning nnlD < < at 230 3D oclock this afternoonThe afternoon afternoonThe afternoonfhe
The Soldiers Sold rs Home Band and a cho chorus choMt8 chorus ¬
rus of children will participate participateThe lNartlclpateThe participateThe
The United Boys Brigade Brl of o Amer America America Imel Imellea ¬
ica will hold h Id regimental r mental drills clrtl and a asham aMAin asham
sham battle at Handle Idlghlands Highlands iU < < hlanda lie lieginning 1tennln beginning
ginning nnln at 934 oclock this morning morningand InorniD InorniDand morningand < <
and lasting JASti until 5 this thl afternoon afternoonUpon Attor afternoonUpon OOl1 OOl1Upon
Upon the return of o the Columbia ColumbiaTurnveroln ColumbiaTurnvereln l lTurner
Turnveroln Turner n from Prospect Hill Ceme Cemetery Cemetorr Cemetory ¬
tory where they will take part in the theexercises theexercilcs theexercises
exercises a receptlonwlit reception will be given Iven at atthe atthe atthe
the clubhouse 92S M street treet at 4 4oclock 4oclock 4oclock
oclock oclockA
A flowerlad nowerladen en l boat > oat in memory of ofdead Q Qdead ofdead
dead sailors i8 110 rs will be launched by the theSpanish theSpanieh theSpanish
Spanish War 81 Veterans 8tora from the thewharves thewharNI thewharves
wharves at the arsenal at 4 oclock oclockthis oclockthis oclocktitle
this afternoon afternoonKlrwt afternoonFirst rternoonPlrltt
First Marine Bund Concert Chevy Che
Cha Chase Lake this evening Dancing Dlncln and andmany andmany lntImany
many other oth r attractions
The weekday issue of The Washington Herald now sells for
1 cent a copy in the streets and at newsstands This reduction reductiontook reductiontook rCduCt1011took
took effect on Saturday An increased demand for the paper was wasimmediately wasimmediately wasimmediately
immediately shown throughout the city aggregating g several thou thousand thousand thousand ¬
sand copies Today the increase will be still more marked as asshown asshown asshown
shown by b the advance newsstand orders and new nev subscriptions subscriptionsby
by telephone and mail mailGood maiLGood mailGood
Good service and early ear y delivery are absolutely guaranteed guaranteedThe guaranteedThe guaranteedThe
The new monthly subscription price of the paper served by bycarrier bycarrier b bcarrier
carrier in Washington 1 < < ashin ton and vicinity including Alexandria begin beginning bcginning beginmug ¬
ning mug June 1 is as follows Every morning all issues 40 cents centsa
a month weekday issues only 25 cents a month monthTelephone monthTelephone monthTelephone
Telephone Main 3300 3300I
1 Mat Special S1C clal The College Widow WidowToday WidowToday Ido IdoTodn
Today Todn 215 Columbia Theater 15c 50c
I Dllomtfon Day Flowers FlowCfllat
at r reasonable JSQnable prices Blacklstonc 11 It
White illite Woman V oman Among Four FourOthers FoulOthers FourOthers
Others Iv3 Injured InjuredSIX InjuredSIX ured uredr
New York Slums the Scene of ofDaytime ofDatinle ofDaytime
Daytime Tragedy TragedyAKcd
A AKcd ctI Celestial Too Bewildered to toFlKht toPIht
Fight Smoke and tut tutYounger d Flames 1 lnmc and Two TwoYounger 1oYuunCl
Younger Countrymen Too Eager to toSave toSae
Save Trunk Are Victim Aiuldnt AiuldntInnlc AlUltIt1l1nlc tmldstPanic I
Panic In n Ctitncoiult of Room ItoomiMhcrc Uuolnhere RoomYlere
Mhcrc here Hundreds 1I11rulre I Had Lived LivedNew IhcdNew Ltve 1 1New
New York May IIa Three Chinese Chln > st werekilled were werekilled I
killed and four others and JKI a white whitewoman Whlt Klutzwoman <
I Ioman
woman oman were injured In a fire whi which whichwrecked h it h hwrecked hwrecked
wrecked the sixstory lx xtory tory brick tenement lel1Emc > ut at j Ii
15 i and 17 liDoY Foyers > oyer street early today todayThe todayThe todayThe
The Chinese who ho perished Jt < < tebed MCTI tft I Iou IAUBouck Ioultouck > ou ouHouck
Houck Ytten Y en Horn Main Get and an t C tau u I ISque ISque ISque
Sque Lou Hock YM Yuen B was a man manIxtone mansixtyone of ofsixtyone
sixtyone Ixtone years YMI too bewildered and ff fHhie f fhis j jWe
j jamolre ismoke
We to light ht his way 7 out through the thesmoke th
smoke and nd names The other two w were weretoo nretoo re retoo
too easer ger to carry out their trunks trunksHorn trunksHom trunksI
I Horn Iom Suk Tom lilng II and nd Horn Yah Yahwere Yahwere Yakwere
were all U so itO badly burned that they had hadto hajto hadto
to go to Hudson Hud on Street Hospital There ThereHorn ThereHom ThereFlom
Horn Suk died d this th afternoon Ills III two twoeomiMuikms twoeomtons twocompanions
companions are n likely to live Horn Wing Wingwas Winga Wingwas
was a fourth Chinaman hurt but he hedidnt bedtdnt hedidnt
didnt have to go to the hospital hospitalWnninii hospitalVomura hospitalttonuuts
Wnninii Injuries Not ot Serlou SerlouNeither SerlouNlther Serlous SerlousNeither
Neither did Mary lar J Emerson merson the white whitehousekeeper whitebouaekeeper whitehousekeeper
housekeeper who was w commencing her herdally bercIalJy herdaily
dally cleanup of th the tenemont tene a t when the theAre theare thefire
Are began beganThe 1tepDThe beganThe
The basement ment of the tenement teMMMtoccupied teno neat was wasoccupied wasoccupied
occupied by three of the th usual Chinese Chinesesoda CIatMeaocIa1 Chlaesesocial
soda clubs under the Four brothersSocietys Brothers BrothersSocietys DrotheraSodetTs
Societys protection rotectloD The whole 1tokt 1toktftoor ground groundfloor groundfloor
floor was occupied by the Rescue Societys So Societys Sodetr ¬
cietys detr Mission iJItdoft better known JmootJ as th thDoyers t1IDeter the thebeyers
Deter Street Midnight > > ldnl t Mission which whichrecently whichrecently bich bichleeeUr
recently advertised a Carnival of reli religion ru3ion reellglon ¬
gion and lid which bleh caters only to whites wnKesUpstairs whitesratans bKH bKHr
Upstairs r above It Is tho Morning orn Star StarMission Starltatoa StarHeston
Mission for Chinese OR the name floor flooracross loarthe flooracross
across the dingy dta < hall was a famous r Four FourBrothers 1UUrlJNtbere FourBhwthers
Brothers eating ett iaouee house a real rea Chinas ChinasresUnraMt Chb8MrMtat Chinesrestaurant
restaurant wnert w when white whit folks never nevertroowd nevertcooeed ley leyIn
troowd m mHtindreil In InHundredH InHundreds
Hundreds on Upper Floor FloorWing FlourWink FloorWing
Wing Kong Low A Co the proprietors proprietorsrepresented proprietorr proprietorsrepresented
represented r eaeDt fully fifteen men each hold holdIny bOldI holding
Iny I a small interest In the business The Thefour Thefour Thefour
four upper floors were honeycombed Into Intolittle bttolittle intolittle
little rooms where lived and slept Iept about abouta abottthundrfd
a hundred Chinese ChineseThe ChlneeeM1e ChineseThe
The nre Are started lItart In the restaurant restaurantIt
It was more than t Aa an n hour before the thebuilding UtebulJdtnp thebuilding
building had been burned out when whenthe Whenthe whenthe
the firemen dr t1Wn searching rehtn the dozens doa s of rooms roomsfound roomaCound roomsfound
found the th bodies of the three Chinese ChtnekR ChineseOROEREOTO j jUnited
United States Marines Sent Sentto Sentto Sentto
to Police Elueiields ElueiieldsTwohundred BluefieldsTwohundred lue1icldsTolbundrd
Twohundred marines from the Panama PanamaCanal PaaamCanl PanamaCanal
Canal will m go to Bluenelds within the thenext tlMMCt thenext
next few te dayslta da board the gunboat Du Duboque Dubuque Dubuque
buque which Is now at Colon ColonThey ColoRTbq ColonThey
They wiH Join the hundred bluojaekets bluojaeketswho bluojac bluojacketswho et8 et8who
who have already been n landed in Blue BlueHolds Dlueftolds Bluefields
Holds from the gunboat unbotlt Paducah to protect pro protect protect ¬
tect American and foreign orel R property propertyTheir JXopertTheir propertyTheir
Their principal duty will ill be to police and amiprevent alMlXovtnt andprevent
prevent fighting fightingSecretary ft fightingSecretary hUnl hUnlSecretry
Secretary of State Knox fe anxious to toprevent toproent toprevent
prevent an outbreak in Blueflelds fol following following ol ollowing ¬
lowing the pending battle between the thelistrada theJ theIstrada
listrada J trada and nd Madriz adrl2 forces Both armies armiesare urnieBaro ninniesare
are within a short distance of each other otherand othffaoo otherand
and a decisive battle btt tOe Is expected shortly shortlyAlready stlIUyAlready shortlyAlready
Already there have been several en engagements engemonts engagements ¬
gagements gemonts between the two armies The Theforces ThefolC8 Theforces
forces of Senor l Estrada trada the President of ofthe o othe ofthe
the provisional provlIo Al government are fighting fightinghard nlhUn nlhUnhard fightinghard
hard to prevent the Madrix forces from fromcapturing flOIl1capturing fromcapturing
capturing Bluenelds where the head headquarters heRdqUtUteraJ headquarters ¬
quarters of the provisional government governmenthave gocrnmenthaTe governmenthave
have been located locatedSavers loctedS locatedSeveral
Savers S eral weeks ago 80 Commander W 1 W WGllmor 11 11Gilmor Yo YoGUmor
Gllmor of the gunboat Paducah and all < 1 the thesenior thelenlor thesenior
senior naval officer in Central American Americanwaters Americanwaters Americanwaters
waters served notice on the opposing oppo tng fac factions factions factions ¬
tions that no fighting would be allowed allowedwithin allowedwithin allowedwithin
within the limits of Bluenelds Mr Knox Knoxis KnoxI KnoxIs
is I anxious to prevent Aunerican or for foreign foreign forolgn ¬
eign interests from suffering damage damageFor damage11or damageFor
For this reason he instructed Com Commando Commfinde Commando ¬
mando Gilmer to prevent recnt the bombard bombardment bombardment bombardment ¬
ment of the town and also to prevent preventfighting proventI1lhUng preventfighting
fighting in Blueflelds BluefleldsThe Bluel1cldsThe BluetioidsThe
The departure d < parture of the transport Prairie Prairiofrom Pralrlofrom Prairiefrom
from the Philadelphia Navy R Yard for forColon forColon forColon
Colon is only anI an Incidental move In the thegeneral theeneral thegeneral
general eneral operations In connection conn tlon with the theNicaraguan theNicaraguan theNicaraguan
Nicaraguan situation It will take the thePrairie thePrairie thePrairie
Prairie about live days da to reach Colon ColonThe ColonThe ColonThe
The marine detachment on board the thegunboat thegunbbot thegunboat
gunboat Dubuque will reach Bhioflelds Bluefteldsabout Bluofieldsabout Bhiofleldsabout
about the middle of the week eek With lth the thearrival thearrhal thearrival
arrival of the Prairie at Colon she will willbo willbe willbo
bo held In readiness to transport more moremarines moremarines moremarines
marines to Bluoflelds Bluel1e ds in cas case of neces necessity necassIt necesstty ¬
sity sIt
Irnlrle Oft to Xlcnrncrun XlcnrncrunPhiladelphia Icnrn lcnragiinPhiladelphia un unPhUadtlphla
Philadelphia May laY 20 OLOIIdcd Loaded with ammunition am ammunition ammunition ¬
munition tents and supplies sufllciont to tosupply totmpph tosupply
supply a force of marines large enough tnou h to tochastise tocM tochastise
chastise cM tl e both fighting factions In Nica Nicaragua Nlcara Nicaragua ¬
ragua ra the cruiser Prairie sailed this thismorning thismorning thismorning
morning for Blueflelds BluefleldsPopular BluefteillsIomlur BluefleldsIopulttr
Popular Excursion Baltimore Ohio OtiioIt OliloIt OhioU
It It June JuneLeaving i iLeaving > tLeaving
Leaving Union Station 815 a m SUO SUOto 510oto 100 100to
to Harpers Ferry Ferr and Martinsburg Martinsburg J135 J135to 135 135to 135to
to Berkeley erkele Springs and 200 00 to Cum Cumberland Cumb Cumberland ¬
berland b rland and return by b special train re returning returning returning ¬
turning same day Splendid opportunity opportunityfcr
fcr r a delightful d ° ligiltful outing cheap
f I m jn
Gen James Gordon who as tl Visited ted States Senator from MississiPPi Missis Mississippi Iissis Iississippi ¬
sippi deeply stirred the patriotic heart of the country by by his famous famousfarewell famousfarew famousfarewell
farewell farew 1I speech on the floor of the Senate again appeals for a more IOIe per perfect peritd lerIect ¬
fect reunion reunion on this Decoration D < < oration Day DayIn DayIn DayIll
In a communication sent to The Was Washington t > on tferald iier eIild ld the gentle gentleand gartIeand gentle gentleand
and kindly Southerner renews his plea on this Memorial Day DayIt DayIt I IIt
It is a fitting b bhOnorS expression beautifully set forth OB the hour the nation nationhonors uationhonors
honors its heroic dead
We Join together on Memorial emorial Day Dayto Dayto Dayto
to oacarai do rate the soldiers graves JI1W not nottoo notthe notthe
the ers aaMlus ldtelra ft i the 11 Nor N McMlet nor the thesoldier thesoldiers
M soldier of the Sooth Sou h bat the gravesof graves gravesof Jlv Jlvof
of the United States soldiers For Formany Formany Formany
many yean en in I many places In the theSouth theSouth theSouth
South we hare decorated the gray grayand gayand grayand
and blue alike especially e pecially did we do dothis dothla dothis
this when there were few Northern Northernpeople Nonbempreaeatto Northernpeople
people present preaeatto to assist in the beauti beautiful beautiful beautiful ¬
ful ceremony of paying respect r eet eettheir totheir to totheir
their theirAmothe deadAmong dead deadAmong
Among Amothe the Confederate veterans veteransthe setmraeesthe fetMaMthe
the oldtime prejudices engendered by bythe 1 bythe y ytbe
the war have passed ed away awa I at mitended attendee attended
tended the reunion at Mobile Ala Alaand Alaand Attand
and I did not bear an expression ex oropinion or ofopinion oropinion
opinion from any aD veteran that had fag fagit Iait toIt
it one single note of oCwwUt UlwUt towanlorthern towardNorthern toward towardNorthern
Northern orthern veterans veteransThe veLeraD8The veteransThe
The time Is near at hand when all allhatreds anhatrfds allhatreds
hatreds of soldiers aoId on either side will willbe Willbt wiltbe
be burled If any body of Federal Federalveterans Federaleterana Federalveterans
veterans should attend UMid on Decoration DeeoratMDay DeeoratiagDay DecorationDay
Day a spot where here the soldiers of both botharmies 1NKbarmies botharmies
armies mingled their duet I feel sure surethat ore orethat e etht
that the goodfeeling that prevails prevailsamong previllsamong Weid WeidU1O
among U1O < < those wbo were bona floe sol soldiers 801dleMi aoldiere ¬
diers In both armies armieS would I Icauae cause them themto 1betnto themto
to greet eet each other kindly and tend tendWEATHER teDdWEATliER tendWEATHER
For the District of Columbia Columbiaand Columbiaand Columbiaand
and MarylandShowers Maryland Showers this thismorning thismorning thismorning
morning followed by fair mod moderate moderate n10derate ¬
erate temperature tomorrow tomorrowfair tolnorrowfair tomorrowfair
fair light to moderate west to tonorthwest tonorthwest tonorthwest
northwest winds windsHERALD windsHERALD windsHERALD
1nges 1nges1Oki 111 KCI KCI1OW cc cclok1
1OW Clerks Cl rb Need Nef Aid AidThree AldThree AidThree
Three Chinamen Die In Fire FireTribute FireTribute FireTribute
Tribute from rom Gen Gordon GordonCurtiss GordonCurtiss GordonCurtiss
Curtiss Makes Long Flight FlightflServkea rUShtSerlces
3 flServkea Services for the Dead DeadTraining DeeulTraining DeadTraining
Training School 5 < hOOI Dedicated Dedicated3Mrs Dedicated3Mrs
3Mrs Curtiss Cun Cuetiea Praises pralies Husband Hu Husband4Countrys bead bead4CountryB
4 4CountryB Countrys Cost Is Great GreatConvention GreatConvention GreatConvention
Convention Plan Outlined OutlinedPostal OudfnedPo OutlinedPostal
Postal Po tal Bank Bill ProgressesPresident Progresses ProgressesPresident ProsressPrc
President Prc klent Taft in Now Xo York YockIn York5In
5 5In In the Social World WorldBekourt WorldBekourt orld orldekoutt
Bekourt ekoutt Girl Graduates GraduatesAl
Al Fresco Fre eo 1iay 1ia 1 iay Planned PlannedGermans PlAnnedGermans PlannedGermans
Germans Have Gala Gal Day Day6Edltorial DAy6ElItorlal Day6Editorial
6Edltorial 6ElItorlaljFemin 6Editorial7Feminine
7 jFemin 7Feminine Feminine n Notes and Fashions FashionsS FashionsSGeorgetown FashionsSGeorgetown
S SGeorgetown Crew Disbands Dl6bands9Amateur Disbands9Amateur
9 9Amateur Amateur Sports Spor and Gossip12Irish Gossip Go ip ipIIrlsh
12 IIrlsh Irish Pay PA Tribute to Heroes IierosnClose HeroesClass Hr008Clase
Class Sermon at Georgetown GeorgetownADVERTISING GcorgetoymADVERTISING GeorgetownADVERTISING
The Washington Herald Heraldf Hcraldlast Heraldlast f
last week carried 284 col colnmns colllmns columns
nmns of clean paid advertis advertising advertising advertising ¬
ing the great bulk of it local localadvertising localadertising localadvertising
advertising Herewith is a acomparative acomparative acomparative
comparative record that tells tellsthe tellsthe tellsthe
the story of the papers busi business business business ¬
ness growth
Cols ColsFourth ColsFOllrth ColsFourth
Fourth week cel of May Un 1007 1IH 1007004 1007004Fottrtlt 200 200Fourth oo1A oo1Alnurt11
Fourth week of May 11 100S 1EM 1EMFourth 1Fourth 1 1Fourth
Fourth week lk of Mny 111 Iny I9O4314 I9O4314Fourth tHOU > IMiyt IMiytFourth 43y 43yIionrtb
Fourth wrvlc of r Slay JIll IHJO U J02iM J02iMThe SI SIThc 1 1The
The Washington Heralds Heraldsadvertising Heraldsadvertising heraldsadvertising
advertising is growing mowing rowinCT all the thetime thetune thet1111e
time because it is giving g ing a aadvertisers the theadvertisers theadvertisers
advertisers better returns all allthe aUthe allthe
the time timeI
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erly erI and the only rivalry ItfakyI would be bein bele
in I courtesies courtesiesA courtesiesvodes
A Aaj ix janj t Tl TlYadu Bfj j jigft totf mtU mtUvades
vades the enure nation atuin The mall mallmeats sentiments aU aUments ¬
ments expressed e ia my farewellspeech farewell farewellspeech fareweUspeech
speech in the Senate have been indorsed In Indorsed Iadorsed ¬
dorsed by the people and press to toevery IIIevery inevery
every State in the Union I ai aiheartily am amheartUy amheartily
heartily in favor f r t c Gl t paying p respect to tothe tothe tothe
the memories of trave men by decor decorating decoraUnt r rdD ¬
aUnt dD their graves era wherever they lie lieregardless lieftPIdlea heregardless
regardless of the cjticr cO or of the uniform uniformthey unitonnu uniformthey
they u wore or the soD they rat in inAH InAD inAn
AH wrongs real or imaginary imaginaryshould ImacInarybooJd Imaginaryshould
should be forgiven f and forgotten fwp > tteD by byall b ball byan
all our people My Y home to hi 111IIpp Mlssis MlssisMy MuieelppL
IIpp IIppJily elppL elppLMy
My citizenship is in the United UnitedStates eDitedSta UnitedStates
States Sta s And when I go abroad it is ismy iamy ismy
my government and not my State I Ilook Ilook Ilook
look to for protection of r any right I Imay Imay Imay
may possess of which I might be de deprived deprived deW1ved ¬
W1vedIf prived privedIf privedIf
If ever ver I wronged a man I regret recr < < it itand Iland It Itand
and would ask pardon where here I Ihave Iaft IHeave
have offended If any an one has wrong wronged wJOD wJODld wrongcii ¬
ed ld me I forgive him and nd may God Godforgive GodfQlKfve Godforgive
forgive us u all allThfe sOfIhia all allIThia
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a hftfcax friend f ieDcI of the Minteippian MinteippianTHE 3WUain 3WUainTHE irt nd ndz ndTHE
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died anti ctpr > r their graves rlncs the thehuI tlievrlnil thewind
wind huI has sighed 1 xhed ht41 f tc fer + r MHHV IMH many x 1 lH lH1tfcuHttl lea leaslowfoaled HK HKKloivfoMtctl >
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snorts > have drifted < irlftr < here ttre MM sad l IK httJI Inthe IKtlic
the tJI ilnvtiu Anoint warmth snra xrHllk + th of NprfMfc ltrf tr the thejoyniis theJO thejoymis
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sweet cct to weary 1tur heart and toil toiling t tuilIn H HIiiCT
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iN H give he to Go GUll oil l A ABel l IH the ra radiance radlanlc radiance ¬
diance of the T rSer Ihrone r Hu heir theiruanten heiriiHinc htIIHIIIS
iiHinc are Hr Unowii knmvn1heIr tNeir name nameare HaMesnre tt ttme
are known knownWe kJlnuc kaotrnWe
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they t ltc fame ex RIHl + He we n raw hut XHCNM XHCNMtheir XIICJ4CUaelr xcsstheir
their ilreaiiiH of u fame but lamps lampsfor lauisfor
for them vainly J1iHI bars anti sseth ssethers > H th thers ti tiers ¬
ers waited their return aa sad I Hx Hxtcneil 1114tenltI ltstcucd
tcneil lit MOHIF J4nMI eottMKe H doer M rT f rr rrJotcllO forstep r rxtejiii
xtejiii step th that t MOHHileil never mwre mwreand IR tweettud
and loving loln eyes pye tS grew rtw dim fll 1vififears with withtenr withCtnri +
fears nnrt heart grew rcw ul I + l wick ivithKrlef
I grief rlc of year yearAnd ears earstnd tar tarnd
And nd here they thc sleep I1tp HK they theyluive thl thlJun theyhnvc
luive Jun slept since legions It lnMS t + cr crthe erthe crIke
the country xivcpt elt where mnthera Ht HltttH HltttHcrlt th thcrin
era crin wnlt before t tlt > c ThrwHC tl their ttername theirnames clr clrnnintM
name fire kn8Hthlr knawit their names Mamcnarc INCHiesore namesare
arc known WALT 1USOX 1180 11801t
Will 111 Ask Government for Injunction InjunctionKcttralniiiK injunctionllcatralning I
KcttralniiiK ncctralnin Advance Itte ItteChicago ItatesChicago I
Chicago May fay 29 ZIWe + Western tem shippers shipperswho shipperswho hlppel1Jwho
who oppose the advance a4an in freight rates ratesand ratestnd ratesand
and have been n accumulating accumulatill accumulatillwill < < evidence evidencewill evidencewill
will see Attorney General Wickersham in inWashington t t1rashington terWashington
Washington tomorrow tomorrowThey tomorroThe tomorrowThey
They The will petition the government KOVem nt t to toapply toI toapply
apply for an n injunction restraining the theadvanced theadvanced theadvanced
I advanced rates from fr m going into effect effecton decton effecton
on the plea that they were agreed upon uponby uponby uponby
by the roads In an illegal 1Ik > p1 combination combination1rinee combiDatlolaPrluce eombinatbaPrince
Prince n ns Carpenter CnriieiiterBerlin CnrwhrDerlln CarpenterBerlin
Berlin May I 29 DIn In accordance with an anancient anancient n nancient
ancient tradition of 0 the House of Hobeazollern Hobensollern Hoheit Hoheitsollern
sollern Prince Slaismund Sla muDd and Prince PrinceKarl PrbtceKarl PrinceKarl
Karl sons of Prince Leopold of Prussia PruaIahae Prussiahave Iruss Irusshave
have qualified as s carpenter and lock locksmith locksmith ock ocksmith ¬
smith respectively respectivelyOO
200 OO to Itiruy Iuru Vn and Iteturn IteturnJHIIO UchrruI Ilctuntlace
JHIltBIt1thnor lace laceBaltimore n nBaltimore
I Baltimore Ohio from Union Station
Washington V8 hjn tnn KJ a t m returnlag 1t > t urn I i leave le lC
Luray LJra i 100 t 0v Q p m roo same diy a > 1 >
lies from Albany to New NewYork NevYork NewYork
York in 232
Amazed Spectators Litter Banks Banksof Banksof Banksof
of the Hudson Hudsonf HudsonTRAINS HudsonTRAINS HudsonTRAINS
Half Hour Clipped from Twentieth TwentiethCentury TwentiethCentury TwentiethCentury
Century limited Schedule by Dar Daring DRring Daring ¬
ing Aviator Who Jockeys with withAir withAir withAir
Air Currents in Fastest Journey JourneyAbov JourneyAbov JourneyAbove
Abov the Earth and Whose Ar Arrival Arrival Arrival ¬
rival at Manhattan Island Is Sig Signal Signal Signal ¬
nal for Big Excitement Amidst AmidstWhich AmidstWhich AmidstWhich
Which He Is Gathered in With Without Without Without ¬
out Emotion oa olHis o His Part PartXeu PartYew PartXew
Yew York May 29 29GIenn Giean K
Curtiss speeded down the air bines lanesfrom binesfrom Janesirom
from Albany yto y ytofiery to Manhattan Island Islandtoday Islandtoday
today doing 137 miles m ia 152 min minutes minutes min minutes ¬
utes better timetbanany time than any limited limitedon
on the New York Central C ntraleer ntraleermade ever evermade evermade
made and Hmkeds do not loaf loafHe loafHe
He not only won the 10006 10006prize 10000T
prize offered by the New York YorkWorld YorkWorld T
World 3 orld but he made an international internationalrecord internationalremrd internationalrecord
record for sustained speed There Therewere Therewere Therewere
were times when his little biplane biplanewhich biplanewhich biplanewhich
which is only half as big as Paulpans Paul Paulhaas PaullJans
pans famous flyer ft fr split the air at atmore atmore atmore
more than a sixtymikanhour sixtymikanhourclip
clip His average speed was wasmiles a b4S b4Smiles 48 48miles 5
miles an hoar hoarThe hourThe
The winds boarw were w good to Cortiss Cortissand Cartissa
a W C 1Ir i face faceand CC CCand
and time could not hare been beenpicked beenpicked beenpicked
picked from the calendar But once oncethe oncethe oncethe
the mischievous air currents 01 c i the theHighlands th thHigbJands theHighlands
Highlands nearly got of him The Theairs Theairs Theairs
airs warmed by b an eager sun ran rantwisters rantwisters rantwisters
twisters up the mountain sides sidesPACKS sideJrlCXS sideiFACMS
PACKS A l t ITAXAItB ITAXAItBSwinging nY11WSwIDc1nc I1tY S itlJ itlJSwinging
Swinging around old lid Storm Kirc Kh hsaeroplane hs hisaeroplane hsaeroplane
aeroplane dropped fall forty fort feet like L ke a aplummet aphmmaet aplummet
plummet For seconds there vis l just justnothing ju justnothing t tDOthlne
nothing under it and Curtis lii 1n1 l three threceconds 1i1r 1i1rRCOI1ds threeseconds
seconds to review a blameless blamele s pa pas But Butthe Butthe Butthe
the capable bird sand UtI off into klV kni r airs airsand air airancI airsand
and went eat on to the finish steadily stead y about abouther aboutbet abouther
her business businessThere bu businessThere InMa InMaThere
There was never in this th country any anything an anWac anything ¬
thing like Glean Curtiss achievement achievementLite achievementLike hewnaentLIR
Like Paulhan the Frenchman ie 11 proved provedthat lrondtbat R Rthat
that It was possible for an aviator to tosay tosay
say I am 18 going to start here and I am amgoing amolD antgoing
going olD < < to finish there to fly from one onetown on ont onet
town t to another as certainly certala as a man manIbay nla many n ny
Ibay y proceed hi an automobile with lit little littie little ¬
tle more danger to hear Curtis tell itBut it itBut UBat
But the Frenchman although be aston astonished astonIshed astontuhed ¬
ished the world by b flying from London Londonto Loadonto Londonto
to Manchester HS 3 miles took more than thantwelve thantwelve thantwelve
twelve hours and he made two stopswhile stops stopswhfie 8topwbUe
while Curtiss Curti s stopped one once only a at atCametot atCmeIot t tCamelot
Camelot below Ptmghkeepsie bep ie before beforereaching beforeftachlDc beforereaching
reaching Manhattan Island and he went wenta wentlot
a lot faster than Paulhan traveled traveledIf
If you want a fair comparison to show showhow showhow bow bowhow
how much quicker a nervy chap may mayrun n1Yrun mayrun
run by air from Albany AIbaa to New York Yorkthan Yorkthan Yorkthan
than the beet trains can ca do take the therunning thprunDfDr therunning
running time of the New Yew York YorttCelltral YorttCelltralftyers Central Centralflyers Centralflyers
flyers the class A trains of the road roadThe roadThe roadThe
The Twentieth Century Limited breeze breezethe breezethe breezesthe >
the route In three hours and 114 three min minutes minI ¬
I utes and nd the Twentieth Century is thtchampion the thechampion th thchampion
champion goer of them all The Lake LakeShore LaktShore LakeShore
Shore Limited says goodby to Albanyand Albany Albanyand Albanyand
and howdy bowd to New York to three hours hoursand lIoursand hoursand
and twentyfive t tyhe minutes while the Emiire Em Empire Empire ¬
pire State Express needs nett three hours and andeight andelcht andeight
eight minutes JDbaut The trains cover 1422 1422miles 1 1mUM 112 112miles
miles Curtiss CWuaH Ct + eties and his friends figure figurethat ftKurethat figurethat
that the aeroplane from the time she shearose Bhearoe shearose
arose over er Van V Rensielaer Island at Al Albany AlbaDY Albany ¬
bany until she tie settled tied as gracefully and andeasily anlieast1y andeasily
easily as any bird on the Isham estateat estate estateat tatp tatpt
at t SpuyUn SIMIy1 Duyvil DuYTUfIew flew 1ST U + miles mOesN But Butthis Buttbi8 Butthis
this is necessarily aeeeaart sites 31 work Cnrtiss Cnrtissfollowed Curtl Curtissfollowed g gfollowed
followed the Hudson lu M1 River but h 1M was wasable W8 W8able wasable
able now w and then to save MV time Urn by cut cutting fUttiA cutting ¬
ting tiA < < across country where wberetbe the riverdipped river riverdipped riverdJppecl
dipped or curved
Jockeys Jocke with lth Currents CurrentsOn
On the otbjr hand Iw had to jockey for forhelpful forhelpful forhelpful
helpful airs A 8 and Dd dodge UM evil current cprreetsthat currentthat ewntItsthat
that tried to twist twll t UM wings act 0 < < Us hand handmade bnd1M handmade ¬
made 1M gulL So that It is probable that t he heflow h hz
flow at least 117 1I miles maybe JIUI1 i a a uttie uttieTbor 1 tie tieaaore t 1 1Tben
aaore aaoreThere
Tbor There were two things that defiled tickle tJe hin hinthough iiiatthough li 1 1UaOUlJh
though it may be said Id right bare lh lhhe lhhe tha thahe
he is not the kind of man who is given givento 1I givento > n nto
to pitting himself or th tile backhe back its Hew Hewfrom flewfrom Iewfrom
from Albany Alban to New York as surely 1aft1 as asMOOTS asOtben asothers
MOOTS poke along Ione in trains tr and he putit put putIt pttIt
It all U over other flying ftyi men for spetd spetdThere spe < l lThere L LThe
There The is no doubt about the thei upset pe 4 Th Thwu Titer Titerwas iv ivwas
was an n official timer for the Aero ero Cut Cutj C ub ubof II IIof
j of American who held the watch teh or Cur Curtiss CurUn Curties ¬
ties when he cut loose 100 from r the eat eatland ta entgrid ti tiaDd
land aDd there th w was a special train that kept kepthim kepthim kepthim
him in sight and timed him ail U the t way waydown Ym Ymf wadown
down the Hudson although that rain rain r had hadto hadto u uto
to hustle mightily to do It It At te finish finishthey filll finishthey h htbe
they tbe timed him wher be lit t Spur Spuyttn SpuyttnContlnnc1 SpuytenContinued ten tenCo
Co Continued u tin u CM OH Inc t Column 1 1Spcnil 1I 1Spend
I Spend tilt Iny nn nt CHicvy 1 bevy Chase CknueXakc Cltn ChaseLake e eLal
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