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2 THE WASHINGTON TIMES WEDNESDAY WED E8DAY JANFAET 12 1910
Johnsons name JUlm God knos I am in innocent innocent innocent ¬
nocent of this crime I know absolutely absolutelyothin5 al olutely olutelyroth1ug
othin5 about the murder Had I murdered mUrdered mur slurtiered ¬
dered him I certainty would have taken takenAll takenaU takenall
All his money and gone away To show showI
I kaoW nothing JtOt IaS about the commtorton commtortonof R Rr
of r this crime I told Chief Goods at th thfirst the the1irst thefirst
first trial I could not locate the spotor spot spotor spotnor
nor or the position of Schultz I Httat t
know which direction his head or feet feetere teetere feetwere
were ere pointed and then he told me JIMWould he hebiff hotvouid
Would BUt a stick Ja t ground eUIHIWhIIe groundWhHe
WhIIe I wan Ja jail before the trial trialCDIe trialcaste
caste 0 he placed a anti M that Ute Utebih thebog
biff end would Indicate the direettea direetteaof
of the bead and the small 1 end the feet feetOfficer feetOffleer
Officer Sampson told me when we weregoing weregoing were weresotas
going out to the ground m Ia the trial of ofJohnsoa f fJohnson fJob
Johnson Job to watch the chief the way he hewent hewent e eent
went ent over the fences fencesHe feoceaHe fencesHe
He notified me while in in Jail that there theretvas tiler tilerWas thereaa
Was aa a M Jt8W W fence f fie Nt up tItore aM r rWa IWas
Wa Was toW bT b hint to act whoa I re
thi this fence es though I did DOt know k kCUt kw
w CUt there lid was also 111IIII It hint u ulie
lie ie walked by byspot soy aide gia6 net theta thetato
10 ad atI thvUb I could DOt locate the dtePOt thespot
spot POt and afterward fixed H Htpst it ithXr it31r
hXr 31r Sampson o came to the little roes JOMRtjstalftl roesti7stalre
tpst tjstalftl ire where I was concealed wMte Wk Wk1n
In police station and said there wu wuv W8EWTY wantrry
v WTY ry little Mood found on the thenf ground groundtvljere groundacre
tvljere nf acre re Sehultxs body bod was lvnad f und Then ThenI
I trade up the story about the rap ra s hav having bayhlg having ¬
ing been tied around Scfauites aec neck neckwhen JMCkwbes k kwhen
when he was as murdered and Mr Samp Sampson uRpson ¬
son got the rags and put them out there therec theceRo
c Ro O they could be found foundGivea fOU84lGives foundGives
Gives Signs in TriaL TriaLD TriaLDwrIb TrialDurheg
DwrIb D rfa sr all the trials tr 1Js Chief G Goods GfHHIset Goodset ds dsSet
Set et behind 1te a Mr Brent aad pave me the theeisns thesigns thepigns
signs when Mr Machen Mac eR asked me mequestions DieQuestions mequestloss
questions whether I should a aJlswqr swor or ornot ornot ornot
not This by winking his eyes I Iwas Ia8 Ius
was a8 told to say y they didnt d t try any anyovercoat aRYoereoat artyovercoat
overcoat on me when they tJ did do It It Itlir
air lir Sampson SaM handled < me all the time timedirmff timed1irlD timeduring
during d1irlD all the trials and stood by b my mychair my
chair hair all the time and whispered whisperedwhat wbisperedhat whisperedwhat
what hat I should sayI say sayI
I am innocent of the l crime and I Ijure IWAS Iwas
WAS forced to my y what r did and per perjure
jure myself ge s that Chief Goods might mtehtmake mlbhtJ1ue mightmake
make a record in dieeevering dieceverm mltb the crim criminate er1IRIn1s criminals ¬
inate inateSigned inalsS4
S4 Signed ned in the presence M e of Harry Harryrack harryand
frack rack and R R D BntmbMck January
3 IT T Hi 1M HENRY SMITH
HARRY CRACK R R D I BRUMBACK BRUMBACKGeverar BRUMBACKGeverser
6 Geverar vera r Swansea Informed InformedJudge IafermedJ InformedJudge
Judge J tHlge Lewis I Barley Informed Gov Governor GiJernor Gov Govera ¬
ernor Swanson of the substance of ofSmiths ofSmltlts ofSmiths
Smiths confession conf over the long dis distance distance itslance ¬
tance telephone and recommended that thata
a r rJohnson reflllite of sixty days Ia the CAM of ofJohMOft ofJohnson
Johnson and his two companions until untilthe DRtllthe untilthe
the matter U < can be Thoroughly investi investigated ti tiat ¬
gatedJudge at gated gatedJudse
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Judge J e Barley will not discuss the6latenlent the thestatement thetitatement
statement made by Smith nor can any anythmu anything
thing be gotten en from States Attorney
Brent but both oCnchils began an in investigation me8tlation htv ¬
v vestigation of the case this JIMMJda morning
They will report r direct to Governor
Swanson SwanaonAttorney SwaAaOnAttorne Swansonattorney
Attorney Lewis > Macben counsel for forlalYht forcalvtn
Calvin Johnson left Alexandria AIe for
Richmond last evening to confer with ltb
t he governor and plead for a commuta
lion 1 ion of the sentence M of all of the three threemen threeD1 threemew
men D1 r convicted < with Smith to life Im ¬
prisonment Mr 1 Macben M hen did not know kIlO I Ianythine
anything of the statement stat nellt of Smith al
l5tuh thtm though h hc h < w wa informed that the t con cona OftTicted eonrieted
Ticted man was to n alre a statement statementWIRELESS statementX1IRELESS statementWIRELESS
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CHAMBER OF COMMERCE COMMERCEREELECTS COMMERCEREELECTS COMMERCEREELECTS
REELECTS OLD OFFICERS OFFICERSI
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President Gude Gudei Vice Presi Presidents Presidents Presidents
dents Oyster and pell pellGiven eIl eIlGiven e1IGiven
Given Unanimous VoteROUSING Vote VoteROUSING YoteROUSING
ROUSING MEETING MEETINGOF MEETINGOF MEETINGOF
OF BUSINESS MEN MENYears MENYear MENYears
Years Year s Record Wins ins Approval AFpcovalFrom ApprovalFrom ApPfovalFrom
From Members of ofAssociation ofAssociation ofAssociation
Association AssociationWKUam Associationw AssociationWilliam
William w F Gude today entered e terecl upon uponof uponIlls uponhis
Ills second A adleiaistratlea as president presidentK nt ntc
of the Washington w Chamber c e Com Commerce ComMerCe Ccnsttterce ¬
merce after an the most remarkable elec election i itloll eleetioa ¬
tion ever held in the history tff that thatorganization thatorgaabatieR thanorgattiaatien
organization organizationAt
At the same time Uwte C CalK pt Jame Ja F FOyster FOY8ter Fyster
Oyster O yster and Charles Claarles1 J Bell resumed resumedtheir resume resumetheir Ieume1their
their duties as drat and second vice vicepresidents Ice Icepresidents
presidents having been unanimously unanimouslychosen unanimouslychosen lHlJIIImouslch08en
chosen to succeed themselves t e welYN as ps psUte was wasthe rag ragthe
the case with Mr ORe GudcThe OReThe GudeThe
The election was remarkable not only onlywith onlYwith onlywith
with respect to the enthusiasm eRth and thetttanitntty the theunanimity thenanlmlty
unanimity of choice displayed but from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the fact that recordbreaking time was wasestablished wa waestabHebed wasestablished
established in the counting of the bal ballots balJiKs bal1lNs ¬
lots JiKs It was twenty miautes of oC11 oC11oclock 11 11oclock Hoclock
oclock when adjournment was taken takenAt takenAt takenAt
At that hour the tally sheet showed the theelection tMcieeUoft thelection
election e of twelve t directors from f a Itet Itetof lie 1i8or lieof
of twentyfive candidates candidatesThe calMlldatesThe candidatesThe
The directors chosen together with withthe wltktJwo
the votes polled pon d by them are the foI following foIkt foiiowiuhg ¬
lowing kt lIIt
lIItDirectors
Directors fer Three Years YearsArthur YearsArthur YearsArthur
Arthur Ranway RatHIi 315 S w vales YetesErnest valesErnest s sErnest
Ernest IT Daniel 1aRWJO 3M rotes rotesIsaac valesIsaac les lesIsac
Isaac Cans 347 117 rotor rotorII otes otesH tesH
H H C C SHies StUe8Si 33 37 votes votesHenry rotesHenry ot otHenry
Henry L L West Ve8t34 M t v votes VOfttE votesE es esE
E E C C Graham 221 I votes votesH vtesH votesH
H B F Macfarland Macfarl lMI 2 iC votes votesJ
J Whit iti Herron 2 K S votes votesJoseph votes votesJoscvk votesJosef
Joseph S StraMliUrgerhhK Straabw < rabwger ger K 6 votes yote6RaJpk
Ralph W Lee Lee1tJ LeeDirectors ° 2 15 vtes vtesDirccters V4KeDirecters vet >
Directors fer ODe Year YearJohn YearToftK YearJohn
John I L L Weaver eaverhWt eaverhWtAlbert 1S5 l votes votesAlbert voteslbert
Albert A lbert Sefcuttets SekulttsMi IK votes votesRecerd TOtesRecer votesRecord
Recer Record fer Attendance AttendanceThe Attea IaIKe IaIKeJltlftbers aace aaceThe
The members of the t chamber h bEKaa bEKaaarriving B K H Harriving Karriving
arriving early earl and when president presidentGude Pre PresidentCede Nent NentCude
Cede called th meeting tiB to order on ontbe 011the ontwo
the tenth floor of the Willard at a S Soclock goeieek Soeieek
oeieek he faced th two largest a Mt crowd thatever that thatever thateV
ever eV r attended an election of f that or or1UtatioR organization r ranizatioR
1UtatioR anizatioR From the outset It was ap apparent appareDt apparent ¬
parent that snap and promptness s was wasto 1TJLSto wasto
to characterize umze the proceedings proeeed The Thepresident TheKefiJdent Thepresident
president himself made this possible possiWeby H88IbIeby possibleby
by presenting pre enUng a a brtef brief annual report reportwhich reportwhich reportwhich
which required but little more than thantwenty tbaatwenty thantwenty
twenty minutes to read readFrom ree4From readFrom
From the moment t the conclusion of ofthe ofI ofthe
the report was reached until theof the c cioee cioeeof cioeof
of the election events crowded each eachother eaehother eachoilier
I other so closely that the members memberscaught meMberscpt memberscaught
caught the spirit of the occasion which whichheM which11tekI whichheld
heM their interest t throughout thro hout and pro produced pr0duced proa ¬
11tekI duced a unanimous < vote e upon pan every everyproposlUefl everypnpo
proposlUefl pnpo submitted submittedx anbelittedSliliam
x VHIfeun 111am T Galtther who be seconded the thenomination th thDOIIdnatloR thnendatlon e
I nomination of Mr r Gods for the Press preeidenry KMIY
deny Y a year ago made the nominating nominatingspeech ttag ttagI
I speech for Mr Grade and Messrs MessrsOyster XestICsOyster MessrsOyster
Oyster and BelL BelLYears BelLYears BelLYears
Years Work Appreve AppreveReleniR pprevedReferriaa ppreved pprevedReferring
Referring to what had been accomp accomplished aec9mJ aec9mJJisbed aecom aecomdished ¬
dished by the dosing clown administration Mr MrGallttter IrGalliher MrGaltiwen
Gallttter said it not only gave him himgratification himgratHiaitlon hi m
gratification that he bad seconded Mr MrGudes 1 1Gudes
Gudes nomination at the last etecUn etecUnbut elect1I efecrnbut
but that with th the indorsement t of the theentire theeatire t tentire he
entire chamber of the incumbents rec record record rocturd ¬
I
ord be felt f lt signally siS lly honored in being beingabtt elngablt bed bedshit
abtt to present Mr r Gude for reelection reelectionTlis reelectionTIis reelectionT1is
Tlis speech was as greeted with ap applause ap appIauee a ¬
planer and then tb with appropriate appr riate re remarks reJDarks remarks ¬
marks concerning tbe records of the thefirst theant theAral
first Mid second vice ice presidents deRts Mr MrGalliher DirGalliher
Galliher placed in nomination the names namesef namesof
ef Captain Oyster and Mr Bell to suc succeed succeed sueteed ¬
ceed themselves themselvesD
D J J Callahan immediately imme iately took t tseeended the thefloor tlteftOor he
floor floormoved seconded ed the nominations JtOIItI tloMas and andmoved aDd1ROe
moved that the secretary retary be instructed instructedto
to cast a unanimous IDCHIS ballot for the three threecandidates thr thrcandidates ee
candidates candidatesFor ca candidatesFor Ittdates
For the next twenty minutes utes members membersclamored JRelBIteIsclamored membersclamored
clamored for the floor i in their desire to tomake tomake
make seconding speeches speec 9I Charles W WDarr WDarr WDarr
Darr William H Saunders S unde Simon Wolf Wolfand woaalld Wolfand
and T C H Vance pot in good words wordsfof wordsfor wordsor
for or the nominees before the question questionwoas questionwas
was called for forApplause forApplaule forApplause
Applause Fellows Vete VoteFormer VeteFormer VeteFormer
Former President Robert ert N Harper Harpertook HarpertoOOk r
took the chair at the direction of Presi President Presideftt resi resident ¬
dent Gude and put the question questionThe qDe8tioThe questionThe
The members rose to their feet wit witone with withone wkkone h
one accord When hen it was seen that thatuaantmous a aunanimous au
unanimous u vote bad been cast they theybroke theybroke theybroke
broke into Intoa a thunderous applause which whichtested w1 whichtasted eh ehlasted
tested severs several moments momentsSpeeches IItOIDefttsStteeclte momentsSpeeches
Speeches from the newly elected e too of officers oCficers ¬
ficers were called called for and the three threechosen threechosen threedunce
du chosen nce nceout to head bead the organization ot through throughout throughowt ¬
out Outthe the ensuing e uiD year were w < e made to t take takethe takethe tak e
the platform tform and address a the members membersIt mem er erIt
It was s evident e dent that each was deeply deeplytouched deeplyt6UChed deeplytouched y
touched touched by the splendid tribute which whichhad whichbRa whin whinbad h
had been paid himAfter him himAfter im imAfter
After the election of officers it re required
quired less than half an hour for f fembers the themembers
members m embers to cast their bar votes for di directors dlrectors
rectors While the tellers and judges judgeswere jud es
were counting counU the ballets which whichbeert had
been deposited doe t in two boxes ateswt at a t one onecad
cad ad of the hall a buffet 1MI et hmcheoH w was wasserved 8 8tfftVed
served in an adjoining room roomOfficers 18ORLOfficers roomOfficers
Officers of Election ElectionThe ElectionThe
The Judges Juc es were W S s IjI Ilege ge e B FSant F FSaaf FSem
Saaf Carl A A Droop T S lopes a aB and andB alldB
B B S Graves GravesTbe GraYefThe GrantsThe
The tellers were cre Granville Hunt HWtt HuntW C CW Co CoC8
W W Cteggett C8 < aftt Byron W V Graham O S SXeUerott SXe SJaleta9feti
XeUerott Xe 9rOtt J B Kenear Ottjp LueblterLaois Laefekert LaefekertLouis Lueitkert LueitkertIouts t
Louis A Dent Edward E ward Walsh als W William Jn
J Lynch Frank Van Y < n Sant T C Brad Bindley
ley George G e Stuart R R H Johnson Wai WaIter
ter Bromeiey Brome George GekJe Ge tge PlItt P T Moran MoranRobert
Robert Mtert Pluym W 1F V B Guy Gu John lE F FKr
Kr Kreh K f h jr P F Gormeley Harry N NSherwood
Sherwood and II A Fester FesterJehit FesterJehu FosterJohn
John L L Weaver Teaer and Albert Schultots Schul Schulteis Schultels
tots who received the smallest nun number nUI1I1ter nunher ¬
her of votes otes cast for the twelve di directors dlrectors 1 1rectors ¬
rectors will serve but one year eachas each eachas
as they tbf were ere elected to flll vacancies vacanciesPrior TacancletPrior vacanciesPrior
Prior to the casting of th the ballots ballotsThere ballotsheumatism
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WILLIAM F GUDEI GUDE GUDEfe GLIDEfor
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fe t for directors Treasurer A A Ltsner Ltsnersubmitted LasnersuelRtted
I submitted s his annual reportPractically report reportPractically repertPraetlcally
Practically all of ft the secondingpeeches seconding secondingspeeches secolHltngJlIpeechftl
speeches s of the nomination nOll nUl n of Mr MrGude
I Gods contained congratulations c upon uponhis uponhis pon ponhis
his having havlH condensed his annual nlval report re report reHHt ¬
port to t a plain pln business Du l statement ofwhat of ofwhat ofwhat
what was 88 accomplished during thepast the thepast Ulep
past year yearPresident yearPreeldeat
President Gudes report was the short shortI shorteat
t
est ever made by a retiring presidentthe president pre ldeAt of ofthe oftate
I the Chamber Cha It was confined to toresume a aresume sreMIMe
resume of what was accomplished d dlag dur during ter ¬
j f lag the year by the various commit committees commitlees ¬
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tees teesStarting te leesStarting
teStar11latl
Starting with ith the t manufacturers com committee M1ItItt netsmittee ¬
mittee 1ItItt President God Gude congratulated congratulatedthat congratulatedthat tulated tulatedtbat
that body upon having succeeded succeededdemonstrating e4 in indamonetratiiur InratI
demonstrating ratI that light I bt manufacturing manufacturingplants maaufacturtngplaRts rnaautacturinplant g
plants Nil be established bIt8bd hi the theslot Die DisItrtet Dttnet
Itrtet ItrtetI tnet slot aN be made to pay payI payIt
It was under the law 1 and leggy leggytion legislation JecStIIadon ¬
I tion committee that the question qtte tlon of oft a aChange aI
I Change in the form of tbe District Districtgovernment DI tgo Districtgovecaaracat
government go Dt orginated OIS te the Chamber Chamberhe Cham5rbi Chamberhe
he pointed out which resulted Innumber In 1ftnlftlber a anumber
number of hearings he r1a being bel g conducted conductedand coocIuetedand conductedand
and a representative expression OR of ofpeople the thepeople thepeopt
people of the District upon the stall stallbeing matter matterbeing JAtterbetftb ec
being secured NsecnredCommittee securedCommittee urtld urtldCemmittee
Committee Werk Reviewed ReviewedBother ReviewedrOtJter ReviewedOther
Bother Other committees whose e work was wasreviewed fnWre wasreviewed
reviewed re Jd by President Gude wore weretransportation woretraaeportatlon
transportation and freight rates con conventions COR CORentlons ¬ E
ventions wholesale trade building bundln buildingdustrka in industries ift iftdU8trle ¬
dustries dterict di net finance municipal municipallegislation vnlclptJegl I Ile
le legislation Jegl alatloa parks highways and andAnaeoetta andAnacoetia bridge bridgeAnacostta ea
Anacostta flats and advertising advertisingReferring advertl advertisingReferring tns tnsReferrln4lt
Referring to the Chambers attitude attitudeon attft attfton ate ateclnstioeel
on the securing cu of the international internationalaviation Int clnstioeel
aviation meet for Washington President PresidentGod PJw Id IdGads eat
Gads God said saidThe callbe 14
The be Chamber of Commerce w WJI s th thfirst tile t tfiret he
first organization to advocate the hold holding holdlog ¬
log in of o til taw 1910 International Aviation Aviationmeet AvlatloRmeet Aviai Aviaimeet
meet at at tM th National Capital Through Througha Th Througa h
a commltte composed of Messrs ar8 Sin Sinclair Sin SinelaJr Sirschair ¬
clair Callahan and Richardson tchardson the theChamber th thChamber e
Chamber has worked energetically ene eUeaDy in incooperation
cooperation with other organizations organizationsand
and otherwise etobrlRgthisblgjevent etobrlRgthisblgjeventhere to bring this big event eventhere even evenhere L
here and the prospects of its beta held heldin bekIfn
in the vicinity of Washington are ex exceedingly exceedbQly ¬
ceedingly brightWork bright brightWerk brightWerk
Werk for Aviation Meet MeetUpon JrIeetUpon MeetUpon
Upon the recommendation ofcommittee of this thiscommittee tAbcommittee fhbulna
committee a strong stron set of resolutions resolutionswere resoludoRere resdu resduwere ulna
were ere adopted by the Chamber a athe caHfng caHfngthe eaHtagthe Nfag
the attention of congress s to the import importpriety hBportaRee importaace
aRee of o the proposed meet aDd the thepriety NO NOpriety
priety and desirability of its beinghi being held heldin heldIn
in proximity to WashingtonThe Washington WashingtonThe WashingtonThe
The District Commissioners are in inhearty inberty i ihearty n
hearty sympathy with the movement to tobriag tobrmb t
bring the meet to Washington Wa ld Oft aad at atthe attbe a athe t
the request of your committee haveWaited have haveunited haveunited te
united with the Chamber of Commerce Commercein ttt e
in its appeal for Congressional aid in i ithe tt
the matter matterIt IDtterIt matterIt
It would ould seem that the importance importanceof
of the e proposed ed meet and the peculiar peculiarpropriety vecuUarpropriety pecutlapropriety cr
propriety of its being he het near tbe Xa Xacerely Xatlonal National
tlonal Capital ought to be recognlz r Atz AtzI
I by the National Government and I siD sincerely siDcerely
cerely trust that Congress will wt in Insubstantial some somesubstantial SOMesubstaaUal some
substantial rays Tray r place ace the stamp of its t tapproval
approval upm up in the a proposition propo ttlon to boW hem
the meet in this vicinity vicinityDied Iclnltj IclnltjDied
Died DiedBROXSONO DiedBROlSO
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t te attend fuaeral fu from t her late mhtenre mhtenreu lesidetice
iM SInk street southeast MUtta OR o Friday Jan Jantlry Jannary
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The fwrlal f will take pIIIce from St AI
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tkt daughter of John S Parke and Ana K E 1
Parker his < wife of Kaetvite Xertbampton Nerthamptoscanty
cetlllty o < mty Ya a Born Aug A1JtU AuguK 5i a 18 1S4 835
Notice of 1f funeral hrreaftar b reafar it itIn ItIn t tIn
In Memoriam MemoriamPKLCGBR MemoriamPFLeGERIn MemoriamPFLZGSRIa
PKLCGBR PFLeGERIn In sad but
loving tetaemhrano remembrance remembranceof ce
of o o om d deer r husband and father GEORGE ceR R
M PKWJGER woo died one year ago to to t o ¬
day January 12 19 19O uro uroORe 15tZOne
ORe O e year has pasMd and still we mire hl hleme him himut m
eme stay tl ak the wCHHHI Js healed lte8 led
But ut they little know the sorrow
That lies I within our hearts concealed
tt t By B His TV Wife f and Children ChlWrenundertakers ChRdrenUndertakers ChildrenUndertakers
undertakers undertakersJ
J J WILLIAM LEE LEEeepben LEEtJ1DmtTAltEB LEEflhDEltTA1
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Funeral Designs DesignsFUNESAL DesignsTUNE
FUNESAL TUNE tAL DESIGNS DESIGNSvery
of very descriptionmoderately description moderately priced pricedGTJDE j
GTJDE GUDEr GUDEi GTJDETi r
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INJURED AVIATOR AMORUY AVIATORMAY AVIATORMAY
MAY NOT BECO BECOEdgar RECOVER RECOVERI
I Edgar S Smith S ith Californian CalifornianIs Cali onian oniani
Is In Serious ConditionFollowing Condition ConditionFollowing ConditionFoIloving
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Following Fall FallContinued FaIL FaILtcu1l1HMl FallContinued
Continued from first Page Pageforoia PageI Pageforams
I foroia capitalists i trying tryt g to perfect this thtetype titlstvpe thistypo
type of machine machineThe JlladdneThe machineThe
The work of Glenn Curt Curtl s and I Lewis LewisIaul fettleIaulba Hite HiteIaulhan
Iaulhan Iaul s during liab yesterdays n m mateltes matelteswas at teltM teltMwas h hwas
was semmrhmaL OINtL Curttee fa one of his htewn hiswn hiswn
wn wn atonopianes aaes established a newworlds new newworlds newworJd1i
worlds record for speed with IU passen passengers pS paeaengers n nel8 ¬
gers el8 by traveling K miles per hour ur HIs Hter HIsras Hisraasener
assenger r ras > er was his manager Jll ger Jerome JeromeFancwBM Jer8RMFanMJ JeromeFancutil
FancwBM FanMJ a former er Washington Vaalli g10R news newspaper newslaper newspaper ¬
paper man n
manMake nMake
Make Shut Flight FlightBy FlightBy
By getting his machine e into the air amtIr airir airi
ir i the short period ef S3S S 301 seconds Cur Curtiss Curtiss Curties
tiss broke all former records He was wasofficially wa5orficlaJly wasofficially
officially credited with a third record recordfor reconlfor
for short distance dl covered in a run runbefore TU TUiJEfore
before leaving the ground Curtlsa new newmark newmark seamark
mark for this event is SB feet feetWaile feetWbUe feetWhile
While Paulhan t did not break any anyrecords aAYrecords anyrecords
records he was applauded for his fear fearlessness tearJe fearleanness ¬
leanness Je aoes In breasting breastl g a aa 18iriile gale in inhis inhis inhis
his frail monoplane During his attempt at attempt attempt ¬
tempt to set t a new mark for heightPaulban height heightPaulhan helgbtI
I Paulhan covered eight and threequar threequarter threequart ¬
ter t r miles HIs greatest height was 400 400feet 400feet 400feet
feet It was during this ascension thathe that thatbe thatbe
be Intrepid Frenchman furnished the theWt hea
a 71001 Wt spectators with enough thrills tolast to tolast toIa8t
last for some time He followed JM JMregular taw JIOregular tawregular >
regular course Time and again heashed he hedashed heeeI
dashed d eeI off the course eou across country
tllap disappearing behind trees Returning
he sailed over O r the heads of the audi audience aOOIe and andeaoe ¬
ence e and back of the grandstand and Sev Several Several Several ¬
eral times he took t both hands from his hissteering hislIteerJag hissteering
steering wheel and waved to the crowdbeneath crowd crowdboneath crowdheaetJa
beneath beneathGUATEMALA boneathGUATEMALA heaetJaGUATE1VIALA
GUATEMALA PLANS PLANSAMATEUR PLANSAMATEUR
AMATEUR MEETING MEETINGSAN
SAN FRANCISCO Jan 12An 12 An upto uptodate uptoelate uptodate
date aviation meet will wl probably ly be held heldte beldin heldfa
te a short time in Guatemala the 1 first firstCentral 1L 1LCentral at atCentral
Central American country te engage in inthte InUs
this Us newest > sport sportPresident aportPr
President Pr t Manuel Estrada Cabrera of ofGuatemala orGvaUmaJ
Guatemala has ha appointed Senor Salva Salvador SAlv SAlvdor Saluador ¬
dor 3 X Galfcia secretary to the Guate Guatemalan Guatenlaiait 1 1nmhui
nmhui consul general here bere to be head headof bMdor headof
of an aviation meet t together with a amechanical ameclMIateal
mechanical adviser acIv er aad a photographerThis photographer photographerThte pGotOrphrIbi8
This commission 8lon Is to study the Los LosAngeles
Angeles aviation meet meet with a view te to toholding toholding toholding
holding a stalls mUar exhibition In Guafe Guafemala Guaemala j
mala President Cabrera wants aata data dataand dataand
and information for use in the probable
experiment experlm ts that will also be carried on
by Guatemala for war purposes purposesAVIATORS puIJHlteSAVIATORS purposesAVIATORS
AVIATORS TO MEET MEETIN lvlEETIN
IN NEXT OCTOBER OCTOBEROctober
October 1 IS to X has been decided
upon by the International Aeronautic AeronauticFederation
Federation F enl OII now in convention in Parts Parl8tile
as the date te of thte t years internationalaYiaUoR international internationalaviation internationalaviation
aviation meet Wre the meet will wilt1IeW ba baheld
held te to be deemed later Jat the matter matterwhich Matter1tetDI matterbeing
being MItt to Ute AerO CI of America AJrencawhteh
which has Its headquarters in New XewYork
York YorkTne YorkToe
Tne announcement of this date is of ofespecial oCmtere ofespecial
especial interest t to Washington Wa and andBaltimore andBaltimore
Baltimore Inasmuch as the aviation aviationmeet aVilLtlonmeet
meet committee of these cities hopes to toobtain I
obtain the meeT for Washington Dr J
Albert Zahm Za m secretary of the Washton Washington Wash i imgton
mgton ton Aero Club thinks the fact that thatnne tbatAae thatflee
flee weather can usually U be assured LC for forWashington i
W Washington in October Oe will do much j i
toward helping to obtain the event veat for fortfcfa i i
this dry cttyThe
The Aero Afr 0 Club of o America has taken takenno takenDO takerno
I
no steps to decide upon the place of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the meet because it has been waiting waitingupon waitingupOn
upon a decision as to date and upon upona I Ia
a challenge ch1len e from some of the aero clubs clubsacross clubsacross I
across the th water The time limit of ofthese I
these challenges is March 1 L so that the
matter will be decided by that time timeIs timeBad
Bad ad Blood
Is the cause of all humors erup eruptions eruptions erupboas ¬
tions boils pimples scrofulous scrofuloussoree
sores ecsena ecze or salt rheum r eum t3 c 3 well wellas weJIas I
as of rfeettiaatfem r etllIHttl8m catarrh and andother andother andother
other troubles The T e greatest blood bloodremedy bloodremedy bloodremedy i
remedy for all these t troubles trou les proved provedby provedby I i
by its unequaled record of cures isj isjHoods is isroods j jHoods
Hoods Sarsaparilla SarsaparillaIn Sarsaparillai i
In usual usual u ul liquid 1iq id form or in chocolated tab tablets tabJets tablets ¬
lets known as Sarsatabs 100 doses SI SIFLORIDA LNASSAU L LFLORIDAJ
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Including also California Feb 3 and 24 24CALIFORNIA 24CALIFORNIA
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JUDGE i illll3E CURRYS HOME HOMEDESTROYED HOMEDESTROYEDBY
DESTROYED DESTROYEDBY LolnuitUDi DV BY FIRE FIRENothing rinr rlnLNothing FIRENothing
Nothing But Pile of Ashes AshesRemains AshesRemains AshesRemains
Remains on Site At AtOak AtOak AtOak
Oak Park ParkA
A A pile of aohee aI today to4Ia mark lassies the thesite thissite
site i of the handsome haJt summer home of ofJudsa ofJyd
Judsa Jyd a W TV R Curry of the ute Pension PensionBureau r rBtrrMu PensionBassani
Bureau at Oak Place Md 41 about l t twe twetiel twomiles twemile
mile tiel beyond otI Laurel LaurelCatcbiwg larelCatc LaurelCatching
Catching Catc iJlf Are re about I oclock deek yes yesterday Yetitertly yesterday ¬
terday morning nlftg the house was wued burn burned beraed ¬
ed to the ground The origin 4 of the tbeMaae theblase
Maae 1 ie unknown kwa Persons living livingnearby 1f 1fRearby livingnearby
nearby were attracted by the blasebut blase blasebut
but 1 the flames gained headway T so sorapidly JIOrapklly soepidly
rapidly t that they w were1 were r attabi unable ble to tosave toave tosave
save any o of the furniture from t the tberuins the1 titsruins
ruins ruinsThe ruinsThe 1
The house has not been been occupied occupiedsince oeeapfedIDce occupiedsince
since IDce October 1 when Judge r fle Curry Curryand Currynd j jand
and a nd his family moved to their winter wlJlterhome winterhome i ihome
home f In Corcoran street There was w wa wasa i ia
a large large library In the summer home homewhich homewhich boreswhich
which was filled with numerous aumerwta IM valu valuable yaluale valuable ¬
able books all of which were de destroyod detroyod destroyed
stroyod stroyodJudge stroyedJudge troyodJud
Judge Jud Curry said ld thf tit thus morning JaOnII ig thathe that thathe thathe
he estimates the loss at SMf s which whlehIs whichs i iIs
Is s covered by 3 1fM insurance insuranceAfter ffleurattoeAfter
After the Opera Go to the Saoreham SlierehamRestaurant SaorehamRestaurant SarehamREstaurant I
Restaurant Best t
cuisine best ser service 1Hrvi rerVicr ¬
vice vi p Tables reserved re erld Afternoon Tea Teai
i I Room now open nrr n 4 to 6 oclock oo10kt n ° clock
t
What Congress Congr ss Did DidIN DidIN Didi DidIN
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IN THE SENATE SENATEThe SENATEThe SENATEThe
The Immigration Commission report on onoccupations onoceupctIeas onooenpations
occupations of immigrants Imll graJtts was presented pre preseated pre8eIted
seatedResolutions 8eItedReeoIuUoll seated sentedResolutions
Resolutions were adopted deferring deferringuntil deerrl deerrluntil deferringuntil
until Mil or TM3 l the International Con Congress Conre Congress ¬
gress re of Hygi Hyglme e and inviting the thegovernors the3OVerftOnt thegovernors
governors of States and foreign f < Ia na nations JUltIoD8 nations ¬
tions to participate participateSenator p participateSenator rtkfpate rtkfpateSenator
Senator Tfllmart presented pre ent a a resolution resolutionfor resolutionfor utloo utlootor
for acceptance eceptaR e of the Camown n statue statueThe atatueThe statueThe
The resolution re for Snvestlste bie ttpt1eR of the theBalttegerPinehot theBallt theBaltlegerPleebot
BalttegerPinehot Ballt controversy was wassent wasBeRt wassent
sent back to the Senate with notice Jl tke of ofdisagreement oteemeDt ofdisagreement
disagreement eemeDt by the House HouseSenator HOU8estor BooneSenator
Senator Beveridge spoke in support 8Uptt rt of ofresolution ofrtIIOIut ofresolution
resolution rtIIOIut Ito te e accept the statue sta t e ef e GenLow Gen GenLew GenlAw
lAw WallaceIN WallaceIN Wallace WallaceIN
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IN THE HOUSE HOUSEThe HOUSET1te HOUSEThe
The HMse met at noon noonThe JIOOftThe noonThe
The jefeit resotatkm re to mveetfeate te the tbeBaUtngerPmchot theBaIIerPtnehet th thBaIthtgerPhtchot e
BaUtngerPmchot controversy eo tIOoay was wassent waseot wassent
sent to conferenceRetweaeatatives conference conferenceRepresentaUves coCereACeR
RepresentaUves R taU DaizeU Smith of Iowa Iowaand Iowaa Iowaand
and a Fitsserahf Fits erM were ere appointed atO lted CUR cuaferees CURfer csfefereea
fereesDebaTeon fer ferees fereeaDebste
DebaTeon Deba1e ferDeba1e on the socalled white slave bill billwas billwas billwas
was resumed resumedPRESCRIPTION resumedPRESCRIPTIOr resumedPRESCRIPTION
PRESCRIPTION FOR KIDNEYS KIDNEYSThe
The following prescription Is the best bestobtainable bestobtainable bea beaobtainable t
obtainable for weak or deranged kidneys kidneysand kidneysDel kidneyand s
and bladder Onehalf ounce Muraz Murazcompound Muraxcompound 1i 1icompound trrax
compound onehalf ounce fluid extra extrae extract extractBuchu extractBu trraxt t
Bu Buchu bu six ounces ounc good pure gin Take Takeone Takeone Tak Takone ea e
one to two teaspoonfuls three times timesday a aday a aday
day after meals Any good druggist will willfurnish willfurnl willfurnish
furnish t or mix r1i these ingredientsPains ingredients ingredientsPains IngredIentsPains
Pains IB tlie back rheumatic pains i ijoints in inJoints InjoIfJt n ne
Joints soreness In hips or groin fr frquest fre frequent tre treq e ¬
quest q nt or highly highly colored urination dizminer diz dizzlners dlzzl
miner zl puffiness under the eyes all alldictate in indicate Indie1tf ¬
dictate kidney and bladder bl ddt > r trouble and andshould andsiuld andsic
should sic uid b promptly attended todre to as asdrta asdrtat
drta drtat dre ailed 3cd Brlghfs disease dL caQe or diabetes will willsureiv wIllS1lrti willsureiy
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and grow thinner This means meansa
a defective digestion and unsuit unsuitable unsuitable ¬
able food A large size bottle ofScotts of ofequals ofScotts
Scotts Scottsequals Emulsion Emulsionequals
equals in nourishing propertieten propertie propertieten propemeten
ten pounds of meat Your Phv Phvsician Ph Phsician
sician can tell you how it does it itTOR islog t tFOR
FOR SALE BY ALL DSU6OISTS DSU6OISTSBead DKOOGISTSBead DBII68ISr5bead
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THERE WILL ILL BE A JOINT JOn COXVK CONVElion COXVKUon CONY CONYtJon
lion and conference Of the u S S C CService CSerdce
Service Retirement Association tioa at atllasonlc atMasonic <
Masonic Temple cor tk tfe and F Fthe sts ststhe <
the 14th and lath Insts me commenting com1Jl RcI =
9 A A M t to revise the the confltitattao confltitattaotlrement con tit1ldeathe >
the u 8 c S R R A A aDd uc P Pt1rement I Itlrentent
tlrement Bills There will be a a 1I1a 1I1ameetlng mameeting a ameetlng
meetlng at the Public Library the nig nigiof nigof nigof
of the 15th to award prizes for r the tbeessays tx txessays
essays on retirement jUt jatt3tNO jUtNO jsll 3t 3tNO <
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