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Trip rlp IVorthy of Highest Praise l 1rnlseTwo > > rnbe rnbeT1TO
Two Contestants Receiving RcccivingTotal RcccivingTotalof Total Totalof
of Only 01 20 O and 20 6 Points PenulirxtfonItoad Penali Penalization PennJzatlonIlond ¬
zation zatlonIlond Iload Scores Glean GleanThe OlcunThe CleanThe
The t grand nd ndMrnsey sweepstakes prize in tho thoManser thoMUMJ th °
Manser historic tour was won by the theMaxwell theMaxwell th thMaxwell e
Maxwell Ne iii driven by Harry E BWalls EWaU EWa11a
Walls of Philadelphia TfladeIphlaTho PhiladelphiaTho PltUadelpfttaTho
Tho machine finished with a a perfect perfectroad pertectroad porfoaroad t
road score and In the final technical oxaminatiat ex examination examtnaUoA ¬
amination was penalized only throo threepoints throopoints throoponw
points One 0 of these th points was becausethe because becausethe boeaUHthe
the fan bolt was w + ae oft and tho other two twofor twotor twofor
for a 8 plug op being out The earwas earwasfound Ctlrlwas Ctlrlwasfound ear was wasfound
found to be perfect otherwise otheM and readyto ready readyto rOAdyto
to start out again on a long Io g trip tripHarry tripHan tripHarry
Harry Han B Walls is a veteran of man manreliability many manyreliability manyreliability Y
reliability events He H brought his ma machine mabl machine ¬
chine bl into every noon and night stop stopahead etopahead stopahead
ahead of his h xbeduleTbe scheduleThe schedule scheduleThe
The winning wlnalD machine is a stock touring touringcar touring touringcar touringcar
car priced at a5M and was ivas entered in inDivision InDlvJaton f fDivision
Division 1A including laducU cars costing costingfrom costingfrom costingfrom
from uli I to 1 1A w It was w 8 entered b bthe by bythe bythe
the MaxwsilBrlscoe Motor Car Company Companyof
of Tarrytown N Y H C Reeves con contest cont8lt conMotor ¬
test manager of the United States tatelotor tatelotorCom Motor MotorCompany MotsCompany
Company Com pall stated I yesterday Y 8ten that the ma machine m mhlne machine ¬
chine hlne would be left with the Washingtonageets Washington Washingtonagests Wuhlngtonae
agests ae ta for dispositionThe disposition dispositionThe btpoIItJonTIM
The trophy in Division 1A 1 was won by byBrush byBruah
Brush No 14 This machine bad a total totalof totalor totalof
of twentysix points against a ln8t it in the dualexamination dual flsmlexamination tI1examlDAtloft
examination but finished the tour with witha
a a perfect road score The second car In Inthis Inthis Inthis
this class is also a Brush being No 18 18which 11wbleh 1lwhich
which finished ftDb with a total penalisation penalisationof
of thirtythree points The other con contestant cont contestant ¬
testant t t in this division was w the KRIT KRITwhich KRITwhich
which was withdrawn because 1teeIW of t a broken brokenwheel brokenwheel brokenwheel
wheel which collapsed eotUnp lled a as a result of astreet a astreet afltreet
street oar accident In Portland Me The Thewinning ThewtDnlac Thewinning
winning Brush was driven am by D E l Mo MoCoy y yCOT
Coy OM Oa of the most skillful drivers in inthe IIIlhe Inthe
the tour tourIn tourIn tourIn
In Division IA which hick ladudad cars costing cost costIng costInl
Ing from 3111 U to J11W I tho Ford oar No H Hentered 14enter8d 94entered
entered by Louis C Block of Philadel Philadelphia Phlladlphla Philadelphia ¬
phia and ad driven by James Cherry won wonthe wonthe wonthe
the trophy The machine mach is a stock tock roadster road roadster rCNu18tcr ¬
ster costing 4ttC 111 and went through the theentire theenUre
entire distance without a penalty In roadwork road roadwork rodwork
work Seven points OInta only onl were found foundagainst foundaplMt foundagainst
against this car on the tb Anal technical technicalexamination ttchnlcalenmlnaUon technlcalexantinatlon
examination Ford No 8 driven by byCharles byCharles byCharles
Charles X Miller of Washington was wassecond wassecond wassecond
second and Ford No 30 driven by F HPeabody H HPeabody ElPeabodT
Peabody of Boston was third thirdMaxrrclla thintJlaxwells thirdNaxiwclls
Maxrrclla Diff DII VictoryIn Victory VictoryIn VIctor VIctorIn
In Division No SA I for cars costing costingfrom COIIUnEfrom costingfrom
from USH t to JlKKJt 1to 1100 the Maxwell xweU No o 36 96won 25woo 36won
won the trophy and al also o > the grandsweepstakes grand grandsweepstakes grand8WflpttakM
sweepstakes prise The WarrenDetroit WarrenDetroitNo arrCADtroitNo
No M Ton Berger Bets driving finished sec second Meond second ¬
ond with 1th only nineteen points registered registeredagainst reclateredagalut registeredagainst
against It Jt The Moon No II driven by byRoy byRoy byRoy
Roy Upton ftnisheft with a total of otpoint 3M 3Mpoints airpoints
points against Inat it It The 9taverChicaso 9taverChicasowas vwCbicaO vwCbicaOu
was u penalized heavily bavil on the road for forbeing torbeing forbeing
being Jute st t controls and for having havingworked havingworked vlag vlagwork
worked work on Injuries InJan to the car their to total tot1 total ¬
tal adverse points being beJnlTIM M MThe 30 30The
The Crawford No 27 i driven by A AMU A AMiller Ahillier
Miller MU met with a mishap Just outside outsideof ou ouof outsideof
of St Johnsbury Vt and the car waspenalised was wasl wuIltnaJhed
l enattMd > for being late at the coon con control CODtrot control ¬
trol trot Its n total penalisation was 1 L 1 The TheRegal TbeRpgal TheRegal
Regal driven by A W La Roche waswithdrawn was waswithdrawn wu1th4rawn
withdrawn because of C a broken spring springon 11pr1 11pr1on
on the tenth day of the tour The Maxwell Max Maxwell MaxU ¬
well U No 91 was withdrawn at Bethlehem Bethlehemfollowing BethlehemfollowSu Bethlehemfollowing
following followSu < < injuries and continued with withthe withthe Ith Iththe
the tour as a a > press car The Great Wes Western W Wt Weets1 ¬
tern t ts1 n No o IS driven by Clarence La If Marwas Mar Marwas
was penallaed heavily when passing passingthrough Pualngthrough passingthrough
through Vermont moot because of injuries re resulting reuJtlag resuiting ¬
suiting from an accident when Driver DriverLa DriverLa DriverLa
La Mar ran the tJt machine mae into the std stdof side sideof I
of flf a a covered bridge to avoid Striking strikingteam a ateam t
team teamcJrtv driven by a woman on the w wride wrong wrongride 1TOngflde
ride of c the road roadIn raac1In roadIn
In Division Dl II ft 4A Washington Wutd n No 6driven 6 6driven Gdriven
driven by W WD D Arrison fiifcbed 4 with witha witha
a perfect road score and was wI penalized penalizedonly penalizedonly penaliz penalizonly
only twenty points on the final exami examsration examination examination ¬
nation while Washington No 5 0 driven by byA byA b bA y
A O Carter also 180 finished with a a perfect perfectroad perfeetroAd perfecroad t
road score On the final examination examinationthis examlDUonthl examinatiothis n
this thl machine was penalised twentysix twentysixpoints twentylxpolnta twentys i ipoints x
points The Eager No 17 driven by byHarry byHaJ17 b bHarry y
Harry Frlsch was third in this division divisionwith dl1alonwith dh1sowith n yn
with a penalisation of fiftytwo pointsThe points pointsThe polntgThe
The Ohio No 21 driven by Ross Hen Henwood Henwood Henwood
wood finished with 1th a penalization of 101 JOsthe 101the 101the
the Inter State driven by G A A Covert Covertwith Covertwith Covertwith
with a penalisation of 131 and the Pierce PierceRacine PierceRaclae PlercRacine e
Racine driven by Lewis Strang withpenalisation with 1th a apenalisation apenalba
penalba penalisation on of 148 points pointsDivision pointsDIYillon pointsDivision
Division 8A comprised seven cars car at atthe atthe a athe t
the start Two of them withdrew withdrewthe withdrewtheElmore withdrewthElmore the theElmore e 1
Elmore driven by Augustus Har HartJart dart be because berJlutHt beeaauae ¬
cause of a a broken spring and the Glide Glidedriven Gildadrlyen Glid Gliddriven e
driven by Fred Cassel because of in injuries InjuriN Injuries ¬
juries sustained at Bllaabethtown N NThe Y YThe YTbe
The StodoardDayton o c1ardDayton driven by LShaab L H HShaab HShaab
Shaab of Baltimore BI tJmore won on the trophy trophyShaab trophyShab troph trophShaab y
Shaab brought his hS car through with withperfect ya a aperfect aperfect I
perfect road score The car was 1 penal penalized penalbc1 penalIced ¬
Iced IS points on final examinationThe examination examinationThe examinationThe
The Corbin car driven by A T Bailey Baileywith naJe naJe1th Baileywith
with 1th a R peaaJtaatlon tIoR of 16 l points came camesecond CAmeecond tarn tarnsecond e
second the Columbia No 2 driven by byG byG b bG Y
G M Wagner W received 40 points in the thefinal the1nal th thfinal a 9
final examination fL < amloatton although It finish bashed bashedwith flaishwith e ewith ed < 3
with a clean road score The CIno No
22 received a penalization of 46 4 points pointsThe pointsThe poln polnThe ts
The Kline Kar No 30 received a peall peallzation peAlImtton pea peazation I
zation of 10 pointsThe points pointsThe pointsThe
The bis big Matheson athNon car ar was the only onlyIs onlyFat onl onlFat Y
Fat Folks Stifle Stiflein Stifleono
ono in Jlo Weather WeatherIs
Is it any wonder that tho fat people peoplestifle peopJestUl8 peep peepstifle e
stifle in the hot weather They are jam jammed jammed jammed ¬
med full of fat on the inside The lungs lungsdemand lungsdemaJMl lung s
demand great quantities of air each eachbreath eac eacbreath ch chbreth h
breath or beat of the heart so that th thoxygen the theoxygen theoxYItn e
oxygen in the air ar can purify the blood bloodand bJoodand bloc blocand d
and send It back to the body to maintatstrength maintain maintainstrength matnWnstre a
stre strength and vitality Most people do not notuse notUN n of
use 35 onehalf the capacity of the lungs lungswhich lungshleb lungwhich B
which hleb are nothing DOtbln more or less q than some some8MMMM someM3 oo ooROOOOiatlOb me e
8MMMM M3 little cells cell like toy to balloons balloonswhich balloon8which balloonwhich mer r
which when they are not Inflated wit witair with withnlr withIr h
air Ir lie fiat If the fat that crowds crowdslungs the thelungs thelUD5S e
lungs lUD5S reduoes the capacity of the t lungstake lungs to totake totake 0
take in n air you will se ee what an aw awtime awful awfultime awtult tul II
time t tme the blood and body has of getting its itsoxygen Itsoxypn 1t 1toxygen a s
oxygen or vitality The reason of this fat fatis fatIs f fis at
is that the digtttive machinery of man mannot ia ianot 18not
not working right ht Marmola Marmo Tablets t thave that thathave thathave h at atie
have created such uch favorable comma commaamong comment commentamong commentamoDK hrat rat it
among physicians phylt ana and fat people by the their theirwonderful theIrwonderful r rwonderful
wonderful reductions in so short a time timestop Umestop tim timstop e
stop the th body from making fat Cat They a aharmless are areharmless ar8harml
harmless harml and reduce fat at the rate of a t
from 12 to 15 ounces per day You do not notneed notneed no noneed t
need diet or exercise and you may ma eat eatwh it
wh when hEn n and what you will The beauty boaut of ° t i
Marmola Marmo Tablets is not alone their ability abut I Ito
to reduce fat tat but they tbe leave no wrinkles wrinklesor wrinkl wrinklor es esos
or flabby rolls ron of skin after tho fat fataway goes goesprice goBSaway os s
away Ihpy aa BOld by all drulrllts drulrllts1Jf1Q drugg ts
price 1Jf1Q 75 rts rt or you may write the Mar
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S Glue Fred Curl CurlDIVISION + Je W IWtawn wn u 9omtoatas 9omtoatasDIVISION O at atDIISIO
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machine entered in Division IA A for cars carscocUng carscoeUng carsosting
cocUng c from 3001 to X1011 iOH I and nd AnUh Anlahtd Anlahtd1lh d dvlth
with a penalization of U8 It points pelntsThe pointsThe pointsThe
The winners of tho trophies were officially of ofdetail oCclal17
detail clal17 announced yesterday afternoon afternoonbr atternoonby afternoonby
by Referee Ferguson and the announce announcement announcemont announcemont ¬
mont with the names of the winners winnerswas winnerswas wlnnersW8
was sent I ftt to the Jewelers The names ofthe of ofthe otthe
the successful contestants will 111 be en engraved 8Dsraved enraved ¬
graved g raved on the trophies trophiesMost trophl6SM08t
Most of the cars which took part in inthe Snthe Inth
the th Munsey tour have already left town townThe tonThe townThe
The majority of them will return to their theirfactories theirtactcm theiractories
factories factoriesWASHINGTON tactcm tactcmWASHINGTON f actoriesWASHINGTON
Washingtons perfect score squadron lqua41ronattracted squadronattracted
attracted attention all II along the Munsey Moose Mooseistoric MunnybtaLor1c
historic h teur route tho two contesting conte ttDg ttDgVtaahl
Washington Vtaahl gton cars and the Washington Washingtonpress WuhlllKtonprIM Washingtonpress
press car reeling off the 1SW milwith mlleawlthont miles milwithout with
out aa adjustment necessary to any ofthe of oftb8
the n machines mcAIneJ schlnes schlnesJ
J E Eo Welch elch driver of the newspaper newspaperm newspapermens
mens m ns car used speed peed wherever possible poMibleand possibleand
and made many sidetracks for the t e con CODyenlence conrenleace
venlence of the press pr representatives rprtaUveA
A J Irwin assistant starter tartM and ncI chief chiefobserver chiefobHrver chiefobserver
observer used this thl press car for morethan more morethan
than half the Journey making m < < Jttag a total totalot totalof
of five passengers besides a great amount amountof amountot amounto
of o baggage b gt gtThe
The car always brought bUn in on time timeand Um UmIUId timeand
and when wh n necessary developed greatspeed great greatspeed eat eatpeed
speed going olng at times mft more than nf firt fliUr ty miles mitesan milesan mil milan
an hoar and maintaining ma1 taln1ng a schedule sev sevoral ssv v veral
eral miles faster th than n the th fastest fut schedule lCbduletor schedulefor
for the contesting < < cars careBoth canBotb
Both the Washington roadsters roa at8C8 carried carrlldthree carriedthree
three men to tb o on the regular seats and Bd Bdone
one on the footmans seat at the side ofthe ef efthe f fthe i
the machine machineThe
Th The work of every one of the cars was wasworthy wasworthy s sworthy 1
worthy of the highest praise A G Car Carter Ca cr crtM
ter W D Arrison and J B 0 Welsh the themm th thmen themen
men who piloted them throughout the thelong theJoA thebrig
long JoA < < journey were er conspicuous conaplcuou by b theirknowledge their tJMtrkDOwled
knowledge kDOwled e of the machines JDCI machines and theirability their theirablUtT
ability to drive well wellI
I am especially pleased with the result resultof rMultor resultof
of this tour said aIcl A Gary Carter yes yesterday 1MtfrdaT yesterday ¬
terday The mileage has demonstratedthat demonstrated demonstratedthat denatratethat
that our machines have aV8 the mechanical mechanicalperfection JDechn1ca1perfeetlon
perfection which hleh we claim for them The TheMunsey TheMUWley TheaIunaey
Munsey historic tour is the second of the therecent tJMrecent therecent
recent events in which bleh our r machines macbtn have havefinished h httnl1Md havefinished
finished with perfect scores the Richmond Rtobmondrun Richmondrun Richmondrun
run being beln the other otherThere otherThere otherThere
There was not an adjustment necessary necessarythroughout nece necessarythroughout s ry rythroubout
throughout the 1500 miles of the th Munsey Munseytour Mu MunaeYtour HY HYtour
tour on either the contesting ont8 tln cars or the theofficial Uteomdal
official press car The machines came cametulb camefails
fully up to our expectations EI Of them Weknow We Weknow Va Vaknow
know the quality of every bit of material materialwhich mterlatwhich
which goes Into their construction and andknowing andkno11ng andknowing
knowing this their performance was no nosurprise nosurprtse
surprise to us The Munsey 1lunlle tour was as a afine afine
fine test of the machines Roads weretraveled were weretraveled wwetravtled
traveled which ranged from fine maoadam maoadamto
to the rocky and rough mountain pikes plkeaoC pikesof
of Pennsylvania PennaylVI IL We 0 could ask Ilk no morethrough more morethrou
through throu h test for our machines and we wefeel W Wtel weTeel
feel highly hlghl satisfied with the results of ofthe ofthe
Wild Bob Burman performed a daro daredevil darodevil darodevil
devil feat recently when he racod the thefast thelaat thefast
fast Michigan Central train fourteen fourteenmiles fourteenmiles
miles oVer oer country roads in n his Mar MarquettoBuIck MarquettoBulclc afarquettoBuick
quettoBuIck model 100 which he II Istun IstunIng tun tunIng
Ing for the Grand Prize race at Long LongIsland LonelaJand Lon g
Island next October Burman made the thefourteen th e
fourteen miles In exactly fourteen miD mlnutes miDutes mmaales
utes leading the passenger train into intoKalamazoo IntoKalamazoo rat ratKalamaasoo °
Kalamazoo by a full minute and a half halfTho haIrTho halfTho
Tho passengers aboard the train en enJoyed enjoyed
Joyed the novel race as s much aa 8 Bob BobAMorica
AUTorlca Is 1 tho greatest gr cateat motorusing motorusingcountry
country In n the world and that it will willcontinue wSUcontinuo willcontinuo
continuo to increase and stay ahead of ofthe ofthe o othe f
the world W rld Is unquestioned by those who whoare whoare wh 0
are In a position to know knowThe knowThe
The government at Honolulu recently recentlypurchased rooentlypurcba recentlypurchased
purchased purcba ed three Cadillac automobiles for fortheir forheir fortheir
their officers use on the islandsCliff islands islandsCliff Islandscurt
Cliff Long of the Commercial Automo Automobile Automobll Automo Automobile
bile bll Supply Company reports the deliver dQnorof
of two E EMF liF cars of the touring torlngUpe touringtype cd cdtype
type to Lieut Commander Emmet Riddle RiddlepoUock
Pollock U S A and Creed M Fulton FultonrepecUvel
respectively repecUvelSomp respectivelySomp
Somp coming events in the automobile automobileworld automobileworld
world worldDecember worldDecember
December 1 lChlcaso Chicago Ill First Annual Annualfronautlcnl
Aeronautical Exhibition in tho Coliseum ColiseumJanuary Oo1lumanuaJY
January anuaJY 7 to 14 1911 New York City CltrMadison
Madison Square Garden GardonEtevonlh Eleventh Annual AnnualShow
Show Pleasure Car Division Association Associationot
of Licensed Llcen oo Manufacturers IanuracturersJanuary
January 16 to 21 1911 Now York City CityMadison
Madison Square Garden GnrdenElevonth Eleventh Annu Annual Annual
al Show Commercial Commer CommarclalDvlslon lalDlvlsion Division A L A M MJanuary MJ
January J nnary 2S to February 4 Mil Chicago ChicagoCol1loumTenth
Coliseum Col1loumTenth Tenth Annual National Auto Autom6Ue Automime
mime Show under tho auspices of the theNational theNAtional
National Association A soc1a on of Automobile Man Manufacturers Manutacturers
ufacturers Inc pleasure cars and aocos aooGStorle aooesseries
series torle exclusively exclusivelyFebruary
February 6 to 11 1011 Chicago Col ColaeumTonth Coli Coliseum CoUMumTonth
seum MumTonth Tenth Annual Automobile Au to mobl1 I Show Showunder Showunder
under the auspices of the National Aseo AMoelation
elation of Automobile Manufacturers ManufacturersInc
Inc commercial oommer h vehicles vehtc1osptolUlure pleasure calm car cusmolorcyclO
motorcycles and accessories
Victim V ictim Says Stranger b bto Failed Failedto Ca Ied
to Come BackCharles Back BackCharles BackChari
Charles Chari Dessez of 4tt 4 M r street northwest north northwest northwest ¬
west west complained to the police yesterday yesterdayof
of being robbed of 10 at Union Station StationFor StationFor StationFor
For three days da there had appeared in ina laa ina
a local paper PAl a want rant ad to the effect effectthat etrectthat etlectthat
t that a good position awaited a hustling hustlingman huatJba huatJbaman hustlingman
x man who cared to take charge of a newutomobile new nowautomobile newautomobllo
a automobile concern as local Joo l manager managerDessez mAaprDeuo managerDessez
Dessez communicated with the adver advertiser advertwor advertlser ¬
t tiser Ho was told to meet the party put putting putUng patling ¬
t ting tho ad In the paper who gave hisname his hisname hisname
r name as F Waller at the UI St St James JamesHotel Jam JamHotel JamesHotel
j Hotel This he did When he reached reachedthe reachedthe
t the hotel and looked around the corridor corridorthe corrt corridorthe or ortho
t the man whom he wanted to sea e stepped steppedforward ateppedtWward steppedforward
i forward with 1tk a box under ua4 his h arm rm and andsaid andaJd
said said aJd I must hurry and get to the Union UnionStation UAIoIlStation UnionStation
3 Station and nd get this express oxpr package oft oftExcuse oftExrtue
Excuse j RCC1IH me will w 111 1 you youOh poet poetOh r rOh
Oh thats all right Ill just ride over svarwith overith ver verwltb
v with w ith you said Dessez The two then thenwent UNawent thenwent
went to the Union StationOn Station StationOn StaUonOn
On arriving Waller said to Dessez It Itis itis
is alleged By Bythe the way 1 in my haste aste I Ilutve Ihlnc Ihave
h have oomo aft without ajay o4aanea 4 aj > ia Hsvve Hsvveyou Etoyou Huvayou
y you got a couple of dollars you could couldspare Couldspro couldspriro
s spare until nUl I return to the city elt1 I want wantto wantto W8tto
t to send this thS express package packa e oft imme immediately llIUHcllately immeiately ¬
4 diately cllatelyCertalnly d iatelyCertainly
Certainly replied Dessez Hero is a atendollar atf1ldoUt aendollar
t tendollar bill You can get it changed chaDecLLIke changedLike
Like Jeffries Jortn be didnt come back backpolice The Thepolice TheJH
f police JH Ike are looking for him The man manknown muakMwn manknown
known to Dess Deaesex z as Wilier W left the pack package package package ¬
age as as s security carity ItT while he went to change changethe ebaqethe changethe 1
t the bill and when he failed to return returnDessox rotumDefL returnDesaec
i Dessox darned it over to a a policeman and andit edIt and1t
ii it was opened Its contents were a brick brickand brickand bricka k
and a banana bana peel peelCOIN PMICOIN peelO1N
Treasury Finds Disparity in the Im Imports Imports Imparts ¬
ports and Exports ExportsInvcnti ExportsInTcAttgntlon Exportsnvestigation
I Invcnti InTcAttgntlon atlon Show Fractional Cur Currency CurrenCT Curreney ¬
rency Is Carried Out of Countryby Country Countryby OountrybT
by the Tourist TouristsBy TouristBy TourJtllBy
By direction of o Acting Secretary SecretaryPratt A APratt APratt
Pratt Andrews the Treasury Departmont Departmontstatement DeputaMAtstatement Departmenstatement t
s statement was revised yesterday ytert1 and andwill andwUl s sw
1 will w 411 hereafter her 8ftOl show the estimated 08tJr at8d amount amountof amountor aaaunof t
of subsidiary coins in the United United States Statesto Statosto Stateto s
to be 5155188000 or 9780000 loss than thanheretofore has hasheretofore bashoretofor
heretofore been stated in the estimate estimateActing esUmateActing estimateActing
Acting Secretary Andrew found a start startling startling startling ¬
ling disparity between the estimate of ofsubsidiary orsub o f fsubsidiary
subsidiary sub idlary coins In the country and the therecord tberoeord th threcord e
record of coinage He also observed observedfor that thatfor Uattor
for many years 0018 the imports of subsidiary subsidiarycoins subsidiaryooins subsldlar subsldlarcoins y
coins year by year ear were greatly in ex excess extees x xCeM ¬
cess of the exports exportsAn exportsAn exportsAn
An Investigation showed that tho dis disparity disparity ¬
parity between botw on exports and Imports arose aroseout aroleout arcs e
out of the fact that persons going out of ofthe otthe o othe f
the country countI usually carried a 8 large largeamount Jargeamount S Samount
amount of fractional currency on thel thelperson their theirperson theirperlOn r
person of which no account was taken takenin takenIn tak tak1n en
in the report of exports But Inevitably Inevitablytho Inevttabl Inevttabltho lnevltablthe eny y
tho same coins Cam carne back through ship shipments shipments shipmonth ¬
ments from foreign banksCork banks banksCork bonk bonkCorlr
Cork It rank 30 DO feet deep In n the ocean < > < ean Trill viiirho set
rise en ateenat of tb Ute proware of the water
Buick Autos Show Speed in inThree inTbree inThree
Three Events EventsINDIAK EventsINDIAN EventsINDIAN
Motorcycle otorcclc Record of Flftylvro FiftytwoSeconds FlftylvroSeconds FltttwoSeconds
Seconds Up Steep Crude Regarded RegardedOB
as Sensational Sen ationalA A WarrenDetroit WarrenDetroitBenin WarrenDetroitBoats VnrrenDetroltDoni
Benin Doni Oakland Oakln l1nnd and Fords In Light LightOar LluhtOnr LightCar
Oar Event EentIdeul Ideal Weather WeatherSix WeatherSix tentherSix
Six thousand persons watched the auto automobiles autonaobUo automobUos
mobiles of of many factories throughout the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States climb the hardest hill of ofany orany ofany
any contest Qonto t In hill climbing cJlmbl at RandleHighlands Randle RandleHighlands RandleHighlands
Highlands yesterday afternoon when the thoKrlt theKrtt
Brit Buick < Matheson Iath e on PalmarSinger PalmarSingerand
and other wellknown machines besides besidesthe boIdethe besidesthe
the Indian motorcycle and the Merklo Merkloand Mwklond Merkloand
and nd ether wellknown wellkn w llknRn wn twowheel prod products producta products ¬
ucts made some astounding records The TheIndians ThoIdlan TheIndians
Idlan Indians record r eord of fiftytwo seconds up upthe upUUt upthe
the hill was regarded as sensational sensationalIt Hn attonal attonalIt
It vas the first annual hillclimbing hillclimbingdoniMt hlllcllmbinsCfDftUIt hillclimbingtlonteat
doniMt under the auspice of tho Auto Automobile AutoIIIOblit Automobile ¬
mobile Club dJab of Washington Wubln n The Buick Bulckoar BuickG8r Buickoar
oar model JiB driven by T S Johnson John Johnson John10ft ¬
son made the best bI t time ascending the thegrade thograte thegrade
grade in fiftynine secondsIdenl seconds secondsIdeal HCondtiIlen
Ideal Weather for Event EventThe IhcnbTbe BrentThe
The weather wax Ideal and promptly promptlyat prom tlr tlrat
at 210 II oclock the four machines entered enteredin enteredn terod terodin
in n the first ovent started a desperate desperatestruggle dMporatell desperatestruggle
struggle ll uglJe The Krlt car driven by Thomas ThomasW TbomaW Thomas1Y
W Cadlck nntshod first in n pit 1111 1i Hap Hupmoblle Hapmobile Hopmobile
mobile R C Wilson fI second IM KritJack Krtt KrttJack KrttJack
Jack Ray 14114 1 4114 and Maxwell Bert BertRobertson DwtI BertRobertson
I Robertson 1JIS 1JISIn 1U 1UIn 16134 16134In
In the second event the oars racedwere raced racedwere racedwer
were wer nip and tuck until near the finish finishwhen ftnJ ftnJwhltn finishwhen
when a WarrenDetroit driven by byHerges byBerg byBerges
Herges Berg dashed to the front in 1414i 1414iThe lt14 lt14The 1S 43 43The
The Ford ear driven by Charles Miller Millercame MIllercame Millereame
came second in 11144 111 tool the Oakland Oaklanddrive OkhuHldrl Oakhaddrlvtin
drive drl drlvtin by Howard Bauer third 1 lie 0 and andthe andI andthe
I the Ford driven by BSdwin iA J Drake Drakefourth Drakeourth Drakefourth
fourth ia 1aTho I SThe L LTho
Tho third event was won by a Batek Batekear nulekcar Bs Bsoar ICIt
ear driven by Ward Angle in lC11 1UM44 1UM44WarreaDsirott lC11PaTOftD8trOIt 4 i iWarrenDetroit
WarreaDsirott driven by Theo Barnessecond Barnes Barnessecond nu nuHCIOIId
second in 111 1 11 Petrel driven by A ALlano M MLlano MLIano
Llano third in llili 10716Tbo 1 lliliThe a 1i 1iThe
The fourth event vea t was won by a Buick Buickdriven Bulckdriven I Icldftft
driven by T S Johnson in l 111 l 16 < Oak Oakland OakIaDd Oakland ¬
land driven drtv by Howard Bauer second secondin second1ft seooa seooahi
in 1111i lKSBuick 1 U Buick nick driven t 11 > y G G Ham Hamner Rainnor
I Inero
nor nero third in lff Apperson Apps tn driven drtrerJim by byJim byJim
Jim Orme One fourth in lO3Sfc 11i U Bulk Bulekrt Bulkdriven Butekdriven
driven rt by Oriflln Hatatead 1atead fifth in 111 111Apperson 11IAppenon 1111Apperson
Apperson driven by John J Ftetor l11st sixth sixthin alxthIn sixthn
in I n llt Apperson driven by l Bdv1n dwM Ham Hammerly Hammerly
merly seventh in 121 1216 1216Won 24 24Von wVon
Won Von hy I > > n 3Iatheon 3IatheonThe JlatboaonThe 3iatlacsonThe
The fifth event was won by 1 y a 8 Mathe Matheson Lathe Lathesea au auIIOII ¬
son driven by W B McBuraoy McBurrwy1t la u
11 1 24 I while the Columbia drrven drive by byR byR byit
R A Ktock finished second eo in 13s 13sTho 1 1The
TIM sixth event was won by b a Maths Matheson MathsJon MatM110II ¬
son driven by A A Hall In 0K w wPalmerSinger wtth wtthPalmerSinger 1th 1thPalmwstD
PalmwstD PalmerSinger t driven dn by ay F L Lesoault Lesoaultsecond lAlcuuHOODdtnlt1 Lesoanlsecond t
second HOODdtnlt1 HOODdtnlt1The in 14B 14BTho 1 1The
The first motorcycls event was a won Oft by b711Ift b bIndian y
11Ift Indian a dIdea dsn bt by1QI 1 l L
1 1QI Indian ridden 1 by y Charles Charlossecond Cllarl ibor iborsecond fi fiMCOQ4
second to Jnlt1t6 1 101146 44 Mamel driven drt drtBroa by byBaron byBaer
Baron third in 131 Hav Hvrrd r ord driven drivenby cIrlYIDby drivesby
by W T Troop fourth in 131 34 34Mansjold WXkacold 36Mangold
Mansjold on an Indian also capturedsecond captured th thsecond thai thaiHCODCI be
second event in in2 eat A MarMo Merrkkby ridden ridoonby rtcJ M Mby
by W P White Watt was second his Islabeing aI5 Urns Urnsbeing ttwHbetn
being betn a 057 057The 8Sine 5i 5iTbo
The treeforall event wa WM won by byBuick a aBulcJt
Buick model 1 W IfU driven rtyon by T TJohnston S SJohnston SJohDMon
Johnston in n 44 4014 seconds Math Mathdriver Matheson Mathesondriven Matb6lOl1driven
driven by W r B McBurney second in 0 0seconds 511eCOII
seconds 1eCOII PalmerSinger PalmerSlA er driven by b F FLescault L LLascault LLucault
Lascault third in 10146 10146A 11 1 44 44A 41A
A M L Llano of Milwaukee Wis W w wdrove who whodrove whodrove
drove the Petrel in the third event a acame and andcame nd ndtame
came out third said last night t that thatcar his hiscar hIIcar
car would have hay won had it t not been beenhis far farhis torh
his h lateness latee In entering entertD He saM he beno had hadno M4DO
no time to tune his machine for forcontest the thecontest thecoateat
contest contestHIESgRIPTIOlT coateatPRESeIPTION contestPRES
Dru Drnlt Drnfpfl illlt irrt t ibxpluiiis xplnllJlI now Child Cam Camto Came Cameto Oameto e
to De Poisoned PoisonedRichmond PoisonedRlehmoncl PoisonedRichmond
Richmond Va Aug 881 Dr John JohnWian F FWinn FWlnn E
Winn who wrote the prescription wh whIn which whichis whichIe I i
is alleged to have aave been misread by Druggist Drug Druggist Druggiat ¬
gist William Warrlner rurtner causing the death deathof deathGC dea th j
of threeyearold John Melbon today t tes testified testlfted ¬
tined before the coroners Jury jur that the thewriting tlMwrtUDl t twriting
writing of the word laxon on had been beentampered beentampered
tampered with to make it appear at a aglance 8slance K
glance as lysol No insinuation was wasmade wasmade w wmade g
made as to who changed the word wordThe wordThe wordThe
The jury adjourned this afternoon afternoonreconvene to toreconvene toreconvene D
reconvene Friday FridayWant FridaTVnnfll FridayWants
Want Wilson for Governor GovernorNew GocrnorNew
New York Aug IOThe The members of ofthe ottile
the Princeton Alumni Association in New NewJersey Net NetJeney NeJersey w v
Jersey have been appealed to to lend their theirinfluence theirInfiueoce that r
influence toward bringing about the nomi nomination nomination nom nomnation 1 ¬
nation of President Woodrow Wilson a athe as asthe asthe 3
the Democratic candidate for governor governorThe governorThe r
The desirability of of having a man of th the thecaliber thecJlber 0
caliber of Dr Wilson In political life tie has hasbeen haeben h hbeen 8
been outlined In a circular sent to th the theuniversity theunlver81ty e
university alumni alumniOcean alumnIOeenn
Ocean Steamships SteamshipsKcw
New T York ric AMR AU 30Arrhed Kulaar Kd or WHbcbn WB ckn II IIfOM I Ifrees I I Ifrtti
frees BtwiM Aacttftt 23 23Aizired ZlAch 33Arrived
Arrived Ach out Krom Irinae Prinaeadn ein n Cedlio Cad at Bremen BremenKioonlMKl BmnenKrooaIaad BrunetKrooisad
KioonlMKl at Antwerp AntwerpSatted Alltw < < J J1Ied
guild 1Ied throw foratga ports Kaiser Wlfecto iI1i > aeUa d dOroe do doQra deGnwe
Qra Gnwe e from Bremra
Young Alexander Jimpson Jopp J opp was working in a hardwareshop hardware hardwareshop hardwareshop
shop and as he wrapped up iron rails and anvils bolts and kegs kegsof kegsof kegsof
of nails and knives ajid < screws and pigs of lead he often to his hisfellows hisfellows hisfellows
fellows said This labor makes me tired by l jings I For I wasbuilt was wasbuilt wasbuilt
built for higher things Im fitted to adorn the bench instead of ofselling ofselling ofselling
selling monkeywrench and spade an4 an bee and tailors geese andevilsmelling and andevilsmelling andevilsmelling
evilsmelling axle grease grease grease He loathed the work he had to do and andcussed andcussed andcussed
cussed it till the air Vas was blue Young oing Richard Henry James Kerflopp Ker Kerflopp Kerflopp
flopp was also working in that shop he carried anvils all the day dayand dayand dayand
and as he toiled toilJd he he used to say Theromay There Therema rna be better jobs than thanthis thanthis thanthis
this imparting more of ease and blis bliss but I will do my best and andstrive andstrive andstrive
strive to show the boss that Im alive I may be built for higher higherspheres higherspheres higherspheres
spheres but I wont wet the shop with tears t ars If those blamed blamedspheres blamedspheres blamedspheres
spheres are hunting me theyll find me busy as a bee Young YoungAlexander YoungAlexander YoungAlexander
Alexander Jimpson Jopp still sweats sveats around that hardware shop shopand shopand shopand
and carries anchors to to and fro and draws awpaltry a paltry bunch of dough doughwhile doughwhile doughwhile
while Richard Henry Hen sits in state wears wears hardboiled shirts and andpays andpays andpays
pays the freight WALT MASONCepyrlght MASON 1 SO N NCepyrlght f fCopyright
Cepyrlght WW by George Matthew Adams AdamsA
ideal lde l Weather and Large Ex Exhibits Exhibits Exhibits ¬
hibits Add to Success SuccessOMORROWS SuccessOMORROWS
Programme an Attractive Attr ctlTe One and andwith andUh andwith
with Uh Good Weather eatl1er an Immense ImmenaeThroner ImmenscIllronr ImmenseThrong
Throng In I Expected Expec ed to Be Present PreacntPoultry PreeniPoultr PresentPoultry
Poultry Poultr Show I Is One of the Lead LeadIn LcndtnI Leadlug
lug tnI In ST Attraction at the Fair FairSpecial FaIrSpeda110 Fairr FairSpada
Special Speda110 t0 The WariUagten Wulalll U nenJd nenJdRockvUlo IIersldRockvilio nl nlRockvHIe
RockvHIe Md Aug IThe The fifty fiftyseventh fiftyHventh fiftyseventh
seventh annual RockvHIe Rocky tile fair was was 15 ush ushered ushfired ushered ¬
ered In this morning under most favor favorj favorable favorable
j able circumstances etrcumataneOlJdMI1Mth o4rcumstancottIdeal ideal weather r a 8 good goodattendance goodAttendanco goodttendance
attendance a and largo and interesting ex exhibits exhlblta exhibits
hibits in all departments It will con continue conUntIl conUntie ¬
UntIl through Friday and there seemsto seems seemsto seemsto
to be every reason to believe b lleve that it t will willprove willprove willprove
prove ono of the most most successful suc rul fairsever fairs fairsever taJrseyer
ever hold by the Montgomery County CountyAgricultural CountyA CountyAgricultural
Agricultural A lcultural Society SocietyThe SocietyThe SocietyThe
The first day is really preparation day dayand dayand dayand
and the attendance is S never very large largeToday largeToday largeToday
Today was no exception to that rulealthough rule rulealthough rulealthouh
although by br tho time the first rat race was waseaUadan waseaAsd
called eaUadan an average verace openingday crowd was wason wason
on hand probably 1MO being on the thegrounds thegrounds thegrounds
grounds groundsAbout groundsbout groundsAbout
About bout the busiest portions in the State Stateof Stateot Stateof
of Maryland Just now are President Leo LeoOtlutt LeoOftutt
OfCutt and Secretary James T Bogleyboth Bogley Bogleyboth Bogleyboth
both of whom are kept constantly on the theSO thego
SO looking after rter the innumerable ln umerablo things thingsthat thingsthat
that need attention while the big show how is isin Is1ft isin
in progress They are being assisted by bya bya bya
a corps of clerks consisting of Luther LutherM Luthert LutherM
M t Mnncaster Hugh Thompson Arthur ArthurMcFartaml ArthurXchrlAnd ArthurMcFarland
McFartaml Julian F Walters Roy Ro War WarI WarAeJd WarAekl I
field and Adrian Brunett BrunettThe BnmeltThe BrunettThe
The poultry show has long been one of ofthe otthe ofthe
the leading attractions of the fair and andthis andtbJa andthis
this year it seems better than t n ever ev r There Thereare Therare Thereare
are about 1000 splendid endld specimens of ofnearly ofDearly o onearly f
nearly every variety of chickens ducks ducksgeese ducksOH ducksgeese
geese OH and D4 turkeys some omo of the principal principalexhibitors prlnrlpalexhtblolW principalexhtbltotu
exhibitors exhtbltotu being Benjamin C Hughes HughesEdward HughesB4want HughesEdward
Edward F Sharp J H Shorts Walter WalterS
S Thompson Wilson WI a S Ward C O OWarfel OWadel
Warfel Warts Henry J Hunt Richard C CDrumHunt CDrumHunt
I DrumHunt Robert D Hagner lIa or Bake BakeJohnson Baker BakerJohnson BakerI BakerJohallOD I
Johnson C E Gibbs Mrs T W Tur Turnor Turner
nor Miss Adele Mans Mrs R P Hlnes HlnesMrs Hlneswr Hineshire
Mrs wr E Frank Ritter Edward W Monday Mon Monday 1fonay ¬
day ay George Schrade J F 1 Defrndorf DefrndorfClifford DatfndortCWtoni DefendorfCi1ttoM
Clifford H Robertson John M 1f t Heagr HeagrCalvin HeagyCAJYIa HeagrCalvin
Calvin Hicks Henry C Allnut R E EBurrtu EBurrfss
Burriss Mrs Virginia S Riley Churl Charles CharleaF
F Brooke and nd the Sandy Spring Pigeon PigeonClub PigeonClu PigeonClub
Club ClubThe Clu ClubThe
The exhibitions of horses oatUe sheep sheepand sheepaCt sheepand
and aCt hogs are ab also > o tiDe fine and DCI In the main mainexhibition maInexhibition mainechibltbn
exhibition hall there is S an endless vsrely va variety a arlet ¬
rely rlet of everything that fertile farms farmsand CarmsaM fa fas rms
and s n nd d skilled Ind housewives can produce produceThe produceThe produceThe
The Racing Programme
A bis We time is I expected tomorrow tomorrowwhich tomorrowwbSeIa tomorrowwhich
which Is one of the big days of the fairand fair fairand fairlid
and lid the management is preparing to en entertain entrerWa i
tertain a tremendous crowd The racing racingprogramme racfn racfnprogramme I
programme amme for the day is attractive ttrac lfO and andIncludes an d I II
I Includes two harness and two runnin runninevents running runningevents I Ieats
events eats Th The entries are aa tl follows followsFIRST fellowsFIRST oIow oIownK8T
FIRST RACE331 JUC t trot p pane n St00 400 Lord I d Bfc Bfctn Bin Binlid 8 Lz >
D tn and lid Kin XIDJ JUdwcod J C II 1 Matt WaEinet Wuh1ncton Wuh1nctonr Va hin oa
r D C Ct Mta Hs Mta I1 IM floe GMIwa O MF 0 HWrarr DlNCT Waahtneton WaahtnetonKan Walt 1Suhaeat llrton llrtonI
I D I Lt v War J r rr + Sc Edward rant C PHJ Feeling York
Pi Kivu K xnlrti E F Halt TOMitagtOB cis D CI c t
OMntrr Cb tba atr try Boy F B freer eze Zt Wuhiafitoa addsetan D C
9tMB41ot Ituq at AlHewMd JJIIe1n ocI Stock l Pana Iarr tna Harre de Gnce I
Md Btoc lot 8trak 8tn k X I H lladuMl llatl ed Norfolk Va I
Bob E > l Oorat O < < qe > W KtdaudMm Jt MMdows Md Md8BCOXD 4
8BCOXD IDICO RACE217 pass pone 40 L J K I
H C Fmwcrtt Potaoue Pot Poeo ue Md d Trine J a C M XM Ht < HtWMhiDRtoB I
WMhiDRtoB W D C Bflntoa It V Smith t 1fod > rd rdrim di dinick 1 1Iric
nick Iric Md Ottsewook G1IIIewo Edward DMtkto Duai Deatietalid Bmryc Brrrneaehinctoa j
Sid Dolly Dun Dm EJTOM l uM and Dm9 Drake Beaoettertile Beaa 1JeaDett6T tUnU
8 t C rnak S d S 6 a BulL Ondr 0 et Va VLTHIRD
THIRD RACCRoaataR ass a ferloogs fttrioc 3 tad sadDue w wptn rc rcpIB
Due paw pqrM ON lat FtwbnaMl UM ud LoeUl IAc 1e R RJl 1 W
R l flanndfR Baltteer Balu Md 4 Ocaoode Om aet G W WRUsriy W1IaJ ti titdadT
RUsriy > < tdadT Balttaore 1IaJ lid Onqrtrte 0 pIfte William 1Vtiif am amDrrsa B BBmwn RBIewB
Bmwn 1 WaaMBftao w > D a 0 1 S SRtr UtttwR tna r M C Cop Coppmhtu CO COIfttIde C Cperhtte
pmhtu IfttIde WustoftoB D 0 Arthur ArtIuI Btyta J Jobs Job
Port Waehh WMoiBftoii toa D C C1a0U1tTl C CFOURTH CJIOU1tTII
FOURTH RACE IUCEItuzmlaK Ramrfnc aaU O pone HOD HODAfttar 100 i
Afttar BCTM Dt7 a Joha PonL JI rd Waahinrtou w D C Co G1re0N
LaeUto > R L and Ptrabraod W R EModen lam lamX4 14altima j
ma aw Jfd C CosaplKe np U W A Brawn w wD wD VTaablnctoo VTaablnctooD aehinctoa
D 0 Sattnm x a C Copfertktt e WuUacton w 1 1D
1 D C G
I James Jam R Eilerson and Ad Thomas H Pickford Pick PIckI PIckfon1 j jford
I ford have sold Old premises prem1U 111 Q street north j
i west The house sold is one of a row of o omodern f I Imodern
I modern brick dwellings just completed by byElleraoB b j
I ElleraoB sir t Pickford It is two stories In Inheaht i n
height with red pressedbrick pre edbrlck front and andporch andpOICh an anporch d
porch and has six rooms r and tiled bath S
and ind a4 > is s heated by b one of the best hot wale walesystems water watersystems waterIYKem r I
systems The house hou occupies a lot aDproximately ap approximately approclmate1y
proximately twenty feet front by b a depth dept deptof h i iof IoC
of ninety feet 8t to a 90foot root rear alley It ItIs I t j
Is understood that in the neighborhood of otM8 o o3476e f I
M8 4766 was paid for the property which whichwill whlc whlcwill hi
i will be held by b the purchaser Mr Francis Francisit Franc j
R HlUymrd as an investment The prop property propI pro proerty ¬
I erty was sold sold through WlHlge GibbsDaniel GIbbs GlbbaDaniel GIbbsDlDleI
Daniel DanielHarry DlDleIHarry DanielHarry
Harry Wardman has sold one of the thefour thetour tit
four four apartment houses under construction
in n Meridian street northwest between betweenFourteenth n nn
Fourteenth and Fifteenth streets Th The Theproperty Theproporty ns
property is at HIS Meridian erJdlan street was we 88 88sold s
sold to a a Washington physician physlcl n as an ln lnvestment 1 n noatmenl
vestment oatmenl the purchase price being stir stirr 75000 5000Mr 1100
Mr r Wardmen accepted in exchange exchangepart as aspart asat
part payment the fourstory residence at at1m atwas
1231 Fairmont street at a valuation of ofJwa o ox006 f
Jwa 25101 The deal for the propertymade property was wasmade W88made
made by William A A Craig of Helakell HelakellMcLeran HeiskellIcLeran HelskellMcLeran
Browne Case Near End EndChicago EndChi EndChicago
Chicago Chi cabO Aug 3OWben 30 When the th attorneys attorneysfor attorneystor attorneyfor s
for Lee ONeill Browne close his second seconddefense secondderonse soon soondefense d
defense of the legislative bribery charge chargeat charbat chargat e
at noon tomorrow interest Int6r it will turn turnto turnto tar tarto n
to tho special grand jury impaneled to today today t tday o rie ¬
day which will investigate alleged per perjury perjur po pojury ri rin ¬
jury jur committed In the trial In tho I Iterest In Interest Intorast n ¬
terest of BrowneFuneral Browne BrowneFnneral BrowneFunernl
Funeral for Philip HillFuneral Hill HillFuneral HUtFuneral
Funeral services forv fol Philip Hill Hillprominent a aprominent aprominent
prominent resident of Forestvllle M Mwho Md Mdwho Mdwho
who died Monday after a threemonths threemonthsnineee throemonthsflIne throemonthIllness
nineee flIne s will be held this afternoon at ati athe
2 oclock at tho ForestvHle DplpbanEpiscopal Epiphany EpiphanyEpiscopal EpiphanyEpls
Episcopal Epls op1 Church Rev Dr Shears pas pastor pastor pa pator ¬
tor officiating Burial will 111 bo In the thechurchyard theohurchard t tchurchyard he
churchyard cemetery comoteryBarred comoter comoterDnrred cemeteryBarred
Barred from Balloon Flights FlightsPittsfleld FlightsPittsfield FlightsPittsfield
Pittsfield Mass Aug A uS 30 3Osldney Sidney Drew Drewof Drewof Dro Droof
of St Louis who arranged for a series seriesof eerie eerieo erleso s
of o f qualifying flights la II In the balloon Pit Pitfield Pitts PittsHeld PlttsneJd t
Held has written to the Pittsfleld Aero AeroClub A6roClub Ae AeClub r o
Club that he h will not make the flights flightsHe tlightsHe flightHe s os
He carried a large insurance life and a aeldent ac accident aocldent a ato ¬
cident and the companies threatened to tocancel tocancel torg
cancel the policies if he took up ballooning ballooningas balloon balloonas rg
as a 3 sport sportBengalis sportengnlhi sportBengalis
Bengalis Arc SentencedCalcutta Sentenced i iCalcutta iCdcutta
Calcutta Aug 80 3OElevon Eleven of the th thir thirteen thlrtoen thl thlteen ¬
teen Bengalis of the better class who whowere whowere w wwere + fro froY
were arrested recently recenU on a chargeconspiring charge of ofconspiring oroonplling
conspiring to wage jvar r on the King BingGroat of ofGreat ofGreat
Great Britain and the Emperor of olInAla olInAlawere Ind Indwere India Indiawere a
were convicted today They wore so sotoncod son sentenced sontonQGd ¬
tenced to transportation for terms term var varing vary varying varyInG Y ¬
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