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M THE WASHINGTON TOTES MONDAY Y MAY 30 O 1910 9
I HAr HA11LfiSEEKS ILTON SEEKS SEEKSAEROPLANE
AEROPLANE RACE RACEChallenges RACEChallenges
Challenges Curtiss for Com Competitive Competitive Coinve ¬
petitive petite ve Flight From New NewYork NevYork
petiteYork
York to Chicago ChicagoAVIATOR ChicagoAVIATOR ChicagoAVIATOR
AVIATOR PLEASED PLEASEDWITH PLEASEDWITH PLEASEDWITH
WITH SUNDAYS TRIP TRIPCost TRIPI TRIPCost TRIPCost I
Cost of Journey Less Than Fare Farefor Farefor Farefor
for Same Distance on onTrain onT onTrain
Train TrainNEW T TrainNEW r in inNEW
NEW YORK May 30 30Admlrers Admirers of ofGlenn ofGlenn ofGlenn
Glenn H Curtiss today thronged the thecorridors thecorridors thecorridors
corridors of the Hotel Astor to eongratulate eon congratulate eongratulate ¬
gratulate the aviator on his Albany AlbanytoNew AlbnytoNew AlbanytoNew
toNew York flight detailed In theSunday the theSunday theSunday
Sunday evening edition of The Wash Washington Washington YashIngton ¬
ington Times which puts him in the theforefront theforefront theforefront
forefront of the aviation world worldFatigued worldFAtiguod worldFatigued
Fatigued by b the strain of his 137 137mile 137mUe 137mile
mile journey covered in two hours hoursand hoursand hoursand
and thirtytwo thlrttwo minutes and by b the thereception thereception thereception
reception accorded him by enthusias enthusiastic ¬
tic New York Curtiss rested until untlllAte late
today When he appeared he was waslionized wSlionized waslionized
lionized by enthusiastic throngsWhile throngs throngsWhile throngWhl1e
While the enthusiasm over his remarkable re remarkable remarkable ¬
markable performance performanceIn In many man re respects raspects respects ¬
spects called the most wonderful wonderfulflight wonderful1ght wonderfulflight
flight ever made madestill still rages a chal challenge challenge challenge ¬
lenge for a 8 flight more daring was wasmade W811made wasmade
made today toda by Charles K Hamilton Hamiltonaviator HamiltonRvlator Hamiltonaviator
aviator who came here from Florida Floridalast Floridalast Floridalast
last week to strive for the New York YorkWorlds YorkVorl YorkWorlds
Worlds Vorl ds siee01 ie00 prize in case Curtias Curtiasshould CurUnshould Curtissshould
should fail Curtiss success SUCC8 8 and re receipt receipt receipt ¬
ceipt of the prize led today to a pro proposal proposal proposal ¬
posal by b Hamilton of a New York YorkChicago YorkChicago YorkChicago
Chicago race raceI
I have no desire to disparage Mr MrCurtiss MrCurtiss MrCurtiss
Curtiss said Hamilton but the Al AlbanytoNew AlbanytoNew AlbanytoNew
banytoNew York flight is exception exceptionally exceptlonal1 exceptionally ¬
ally al1 easy eS particularly with two stops stopsallowed stopsallowed stopsallowed
allowed
Greater Feats Predicted PredictedIt
It will not be more than two months monthsbefore monthsbefore monthsbefore
before feats will be done in the air airwhich 8irwhich airwhich
which will make this seem insignifi insignificant insignificant insignificant ¬
cantIt cantIt cant cantIt
It would be magnificent If a good goodprize goodprIze goodprize
prize wore offered for a flight from fromNew fromXew fromNew
New York to Chicago The distance distanceis
is 960 miles The terms of the flight flightshould lIightshould flightshould
should call for its completion within withinthirtysix withinthirtysix 1thin 1thinthlrtaix
thirtysix hours with five or seven sevennot sevennot sevennot
not more than seven seenstops stops allowed allowedI
I will start a 8 fund to rais raise a purse pursewith pursewith pursewith
with a contribution of 290 That Thatwould Thatwould Thatwould
would be a flight worth while whileVvlation whilelat1on whileAviation
Aviation lat1on has made such wonderful wonderfulprogress wonderfulprogress wonderfulprogress
progress even in the last few months monthstiiat monthstlat monthsthat
that It Is now merelauffic merely a matter matterbeing of ofbeing orloeing
being able to carry carryAn sufficient sufficientmatter fuel fuelAn fuelAn
An experienced tx denced man is not hampered hamperedby
by b ordinary wind windCurtiss wlndtsCurtiss windsCurtiss
Curtiss besides winning the New JsewTork Ne NeYork NewYork
York Worlds 810000 10000 captured a second sec second second ¬
ond prize prlzean 4n his historic flight yester yesterday yesterday ester esterda ¬
day da securing 2 the Scientific Americans Americanscup
cup UP for the longest lon eet flight in America Americawith Americawith Americawith
with a heavierthanair machine He Hehad Hellad Helead
had previously won on two legs legs on the thetrophy thetroph thetrophy
trophy troph and the latest late t flight gives giveshim giveshim giveshim
him the cup cupAviator cupAviator cupAviator
Aviator Feels Soreness SorenessThe SorenessThe SorenessThe
The aviator declared today shortly shortlylifter eh9rt1ylIft ehvrtlylifter
lifter lIft r ariehi arlsiife ari lng th that t he felt elt somewhat somewhatsore aomewhatJore somewhatsore
sore and nd stiff from yesterdays try trying tryinl trying ¬
ing performance but that with a little littleexercise littleexercise littleexercise
exercise he could put himself hlm el in shape shapto sh8peto
to do the flight again againHe againHe gainHe
He was no more delighted over the theoutcome theoutcome theoutcome
outcome of the Journey after four fourdays fourdays fourdays
days of waiting than was Mrs Cur Curtlsp CurtiSf Curtiss
tlsp who followed him from Albany Albanyby Albanyby Alban Albanby
by special sp clal trainL train
ei L knew he would do It said Mrs SirsCurtiss MrsCurtiss MrsCurtiss
Curtiss smilingly today With good goodweather goodweather goodweather
weather there was no doubt about itAnd it itAnd ItAnd
And it has made me tremendously tremendouslyhapuy trmenclouslyhapuy tremendouslyhappy
hapuy It was the best flight he ever evermade eermade evermade
made and I hope he will let It remain remainso r maln
so 0 for some tine Un e and take a restwill rest refitwill l lwill
will be satisfied if he never goes oes up upagain UIagain upagain
again He H has done enough for the theJ1C theIre thepresent
Ire present presentC ent entClrU88
J1C ClrU88 C jrtiss himself today too a declared that thatthe thAtthe thatthe
the strain of the trip itself was slight slightcompared slightcompared Ughtcampared
compared with that of preparation preparationThat
That lone Ion wait for propitious weather weatherwas weatherwas weatherwas
was the most no t disagreeable feature h of ofthe orthe
the whole affair he said Th The fliht flihtadded ft flip flipadded ht htadded
added much to my knowledge of air cur currents currents currents ¬
rents That wns the first thin thing I be began ben began ¬
gan n to study They tell me whithai that the theriver theriver me
river boats about Albany Albanya whistled whl t1ed me mea mea
a godspeed as I rose ro e but I dtdnt hear hearIt hearIt hearit
It There was too much doing looking lookingout looking lookingout lookingout
out for the air currents and picking a acourse 8 8course acourse
course
Like Soaring on Wings WingsIf
HI If I found the slr calm at a great greataltitude J1C3taltitude greataltitude
altitude I intended o map out a course courseon courseon courseon
on that level If better nearer the earth earththen earththen earththen
then to follow the lower course But Butthe Butthe Butthe
the day could not have been better The Theair TheaIr Theair
air seemed med perfectly tranquil tr nqull I rose to toat toat toat
at least 1000 feet and before many manyminutes manyminutes manyminutes
minutes I seemed emed to forget for t the me mechanical mechankal mechanical ¬
chanical workings workln of the plane BO BOsmoothly sosmoothly o osmoothly
smoothly did it run and began oo n to feel feelas feelas feelas
as if I wore soaring on TV wings Ings of my myown myown myo myNo
own o
ownNo No more magnificent view lcw could be beImagined beimalined belmaglned
Imagined than that of the superb Hud
I TWO VIEWS OF CURTISS CU CURTISSDURING TISS DURING FAMOUS FLIGHT I
Aeroplane in RecordMaking Flight F rom Photograph Taken for The Wash j I Curtiss Cu s Machine Surrounded by Crowd After Alighting at Peughkeepwe P to toingt toingtDB toington
ingt ingtDB a Times Just Before Poughkeepsie Was Reached Replenish Supply of Petrel P tre1
son alley from a soaring aeroplane It Itw ItW Itwee
w wee delightful swinging swir ft ttng up there thereThe thereThe r
The aviator istv1l1 does not f realize l that hat he heIs heIII heis
Is suspended In air unless he meets a acurrent 8 8current acurrent
current that vends the plane plunging plungingThen plungingThen plungingThen
Then it feels fee l like an elevator in n a sky skyscraper skyscraper skyscraper ¬
scraper dropping Not a pleasant plea ant senna sennation sen sentlon sensation
tion at all allThere aUThere allThere
There was one fall which would wouldhave WfUdhave wouldhave
have been no laughing matter had there therebeen therel therebeen
l been n any wind It was U n near r LJnllthgo LJnllthgoand
and not far from G Germantown rmntown Theplane The Theplane Theplane
plane dropped with a swoop while I Ileft Ileft Ileft
left the steering go to arrange the oil oilpumps 011pump oilpumps
pumps But I caught it itAeroplane ItAerop1ane itAeroplane
Aeroplane Tipped by Air Currents CurrentsThen CurrentsThen
Then a breeze came up but I met it itheadon Itheadon itheadon
headon and stuck to a course cour e over the themiddle tbemlddlo themhltlle
middle of the river riverThe riverThe riverThe
The growing heat produced a sort sortof sortof ort ortot
of ground swell of air Ascending Ascendingwaves A Ascendingwaves cMMllng cMMllngwave
waves of hot air rebounding from the theearth theearth theearth
earth tended to Up the aeroplane and andsometimes andsometlme andsometimes
sometimes would elevate one wing wingwhile wingwhile wingwhile
while a descending d endlng cold wave aye of air airwould airwould airwould
would depress the other wing iog This is isone isone isone
one of aviations chief dangers and the theonly tbeonl theonly
only onl way to escape e cape is to keep on n the thealert thealert thealert
alert every e ery moment It is also well wellto welltodHCend > to todescend todescend
descend as I did to a more stable stablelevel RabielevL stablelevel
level levLOn
levelOn
On landing at Poughkeepsfc I felt a apeculiar a apecuUar apeculiar
peculiar sense of insignificance ln After Aftersoaring ACtrsoaring Aftersoaring
soaring over the landscape Jand eaJte to drop to toearth toearth
earth and see things tbln from the normal normalviewpoint normalvl normalviewpoint 1
viewpoint vl wpolnt gives a most peculiar sensa sensation sensation ensatlon ¬
tion for a time timeI
I gut the worst plunge I ever had at atCamelot atCamelot t tCamelot i
Camelot while 11Ie passing through the theheadlands theheadlands theheadlands
headlands where the air is churned up upso upso
so that even on the surface it gives dif difficulty dU1 difficulty ¬
ficulty ftcult A swift current caught the aero aeroplane aeroplane ¬
plane and tossed it about like a news newspaper neW8paper newspaper ¬ I
paper It dropped forty feet but those thoseforty thOHforty thoseforty
forty seemed like 4039 I hope I may maynever maynever I Inever
never go through that again n With great greatdifficulty greatdifficulty greatdifficulty
difficulty I swept down to within fifty fiftyfeet l1ftyfeet fiftyfeet
feet of the river riverView riverView riverView
View Is Inspiring InspiringThe InspiringThe I IThe
The view Iew of Manhattan particularly particularlyof
of the skyscrapers sky crapers from over the Hud Hudson HudSOft Hudson ¬
son is inspiring in plrlng I caught the firstglimpse first firstglimpse
glimpse of the city cJt thirty miles away awaywhen aW1lYwhen awaywhen
when 1 sighted the big tower of the theMetropolitan theMetropoUtan theMetropolitan
Metropolitan Life building buildingAlong butJdbutAQng buildingAlgng
Along the lower part of the city I Ihad Ibad Ibad
bad no trouble from air currents sent sentoff sentoff nt ntoft
off by skyscrapers although some avi aviators aviators 1 1alors ¬
ators have complained that the tall tallbuildings t11buildings tallbuildings
buildings had an influence I did not findit find findit tlndIt
it so
Then soThen while I could hear the river and andbay andb andbay
bay b y craft screeching their welcome welcomecame welcomecame elcomecame
came the descent at Governors Island Islandwhere Islandwhere Islandwhere
where I was 1UI given a royal reception receptionI
I made good tim time on the trip but butby butby butby
by no means did I work the engines to totheir totheir totheir
their utmost utmo t capacity capacityAnother apaclttUAnother apacttyAnother
Another feature of the trip is I the theproof tb tbproof theproof
proof it gave of the value to the aviator aviatorof
of the United states Weather Bureau BureauHad BureduHad BureauHad
Had it not been for th the aMiance assir anee of ofthat ofthat ofthat
that organization and th the Information Informationit
it gave me of the state of the weather weatherthrough weatherthrough heather heatherthrough
through the Hudson valley the e trip tripcould tripcould ripcould
could not have been accomplished accomplishedPraise accomplishedPrai accomplishedPraise
Praise Prai e From Aviation World WorldCurtiss WorldCurtiss WorldCurtiss
Curtiss today received the praises pral es of ofmany ofmany ofmany
many of the most important men in the theaviation theaviation theaviation
aviation world worldHis worldHis IaridHis
His flight is of far more significance significanceI
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and daring than the LondonManchestsr LondonManchestsrflight tar tarflight
flight of Paulhan or Graham Gra Am White Whitesaid Whitesaid Whitesaid
said Edwin W Cleary American man manager manager manager ¬
ager of several aviators soon to visit visitthe visitthe 18Itthe
the United States StatesCurtiss StateCurU StatesCurtles
Curtiss CurU had to fight more difficult difficultwind dltfteultwind difficultwind
wind conditions and the English En < < tlah flight flightwas ftlfhtOver flightwas
was over a flat easy country present presenting pretlentIng presenting ¬
ing none of the problems that the Hudson Hud Hudson HOOBOn ¬
son valley air navigator faces facesCharles racNCharlN facesCharles
Charles Heitman secretary ecr tary of the theAero theAero theAcre
Aero Club of America wa wall no lea en enthusiastic enthtJ8Ja en enthusiastic ¬
thusiastic thusiasticWe thtJ8Ja thusiasticWe tIe tIehad
We had come to look on this trip trioax tripAS tripas
AS an impossibility Impo lblllty he had said saidHis saidHis ak1 ak1HIli
His descending only twice ti e in a re remarkable remarkable remarkable ¬
markable feature of the performance performanceThis
This beats 141 8 all other crosscountry crasscountryhigh crosscountryflights croeaeountryftights
flights flightsThe high in inThe
ftightse
The e aviators praised pra Curtis par particularly PArticularly particularly ¬
ticularly for his technique II He map mapped mApped mapped ¬
ped his flight like a general dividing dividingit
it into four sections ectiOR In each of ofthese ofthe ofthese
these the he used different tactic fitting
the peculiar peeul1 r conditions conditionsAnd eoncUUolUIAnd conditionsAnd
And the cost of the flight is of no noles DOJ888 noless
less les interest Intere t The trip wan made with withleas withless
leas expense exPf than had Curtiss been a apa apassenger j jpassenger
passenger pa senger on a train The plane was wasrun assrun
run over the distance distan e for less le than thancents
2 cents a mile mileLARGEST mUeLARGEST mileLARGEST
LARGEST AEROPLANE AEROPLANEIN
IN WORLD IS NEAR NEARITS NEARITS NEARITS
ITS COMPLETION COMPLETIONNEW
NEW EW YORK May 30The largest largestaeroplane IUKeostaeroplane largestaeroplane
aeroplane in the world has been built builtin builtIn builtin
in the aerodrome of the Aeronautical AeronauticalSociety AeronauticalSociety aeronauticalSociety
Society at Mineola L I Today the fin finishing ftnillhlng finishing ¬
ishing touches were put on the frame framework framework framework ¬
work and there remains but the in ¬
stallation of tho motor which is S on Its Iteway lteway Itsway
way rom Europe EuropeJoe EuroJJoe EuropeJoe <
Joe Seymour the veteran racing car cardriver cardriver cardriver
driver and Walter alter Dtefenbaeh an ex expert expert expert ¬
pert machinist have built the machine machinefrom machllMtrom machinefrom
from their own designs de 1gu following close closely e1oeel cloeely ¬
ly l the beet points to be found In the theFarnam theFarnam theFarnam
Farnam Wright rtght and Curtta Curt typesand types tjpeaand tJpMand
and they are confident con dont that the flyer flyeri fty ftyill flyerwill < <
i will ill eclipse ecli all records for Ions lon distance distanceflight dtetance1II1Oht distanceflight
flight
Will Lift Seven Men MenThe MenThe MenThe
The machine is I of the biplane blp ne type typeIts typeIts typeIts
Its wing spread Ss fortyfive feet and the thelength th thlengtb thelength
length from the front control to the tail tailis WIIs tailIs
is the same The lifting surface raee measures meas measures meaures ¬
ures Mt square feet When the motorwhich motor motorwhich motorhleh
which hleh is Ie an Isotta aviation engine el ernc ins ne of of70horsepower or1Ohoniepower of70horsepower
70horsepower ia installed the aviators aviatorsexpect a aviatorsexpect latora latoraexpect
expect to be ab Able e to lift the weight e t of ofseven elfZHen ofseven
seven men menIm menIm menIm
Im going to beat CurUM H said Sey Seymour seyJnour Seymour ¬
mour today toda We re e are going after that thatAlbany thatIban thatAlbany
Albany Iban to Xew York night We have havechristened havechristened
christened our new machine the Lwd Lusitanla Lu LwdtanJ l ltania I
tania tanJ I believe I will ill be able to fly flyfrom firfrom I Itrom
from here to Chicago without stopping BtoppingSeymour etopplqSeymour stoppingSeymour
Seymour and Dlefenbach say that t the thelarger thelarger h e
larger the machine the steadier it itfly will willfly tu tuflY
fly and their opinion has been borneout borne borneout bomeout
out in all recent tests They The expect to tohave tohave tohave
have the Lusitania ready for trial trialflights trialnights trialflights
flights this week weekSeymour weekSeymour weekSeymour
Seymour Learns Quickly QuicklySeymour QuicklySymour QuicklySeymour
Seymour holds all records for learning learningto
1 to ly l an aeroplane He H bought a Cur Curtiss Curtiss Curties ¬
tiss biplane a week ago set it up at atMineola AtlInla atMineola
Mineola in two days and on the third thirdmade thirdmade thirdmade
made his nn first t attempt to fly ft He Ie drove drovethe drovtth drovethe
the th machine ma < hine along lonli the ground on Its
wheels wh bee eia J fox to about t out M lb yards al and then thenascended thenU thenascended
ascended U < C to a height tf thirty feet On Onhis Onhill Onhis
his first nr t essay T he flew several el hundred hundredfeet hundredfeeL hundredfeet
feet since then itt < > has flown every everymorning tVerymoml everymorning
morning moml and evening ema when the wind windpermitted 1indpermitted windpermitted
permitted and on Sutudey tu y made a 8 sue successful sueeeso uc uceeatul ¬
cessful eeso fnl double circle o > h laP field a 8 dis distance dt dttance distance ¬
tance of about six mile mileMineola mlleMlneola mikeMineola
Mineola to the aviation enter < of the theEast theEIt theEs
East a at present i Half a dosen aviators aviatorsand a vlatersAd
and Ad builder occupy seeds ShecJ and tents tentson tentson tentson
on the plains and every ever Saturday and
Sunday the fields swarm with automo
biles b1 > a of society foil for who come to tothe see seethe
t the nights and exan exanric it the halfcom halfcompleted ha1completed halfcomple ¬
pleted ple machines Lewis Strang Stran is isends ai aigo alother ft ftother
other automobile driver who Inlends ends to togo tc tcgh
go gh into aviation as a rrofesrion > and andthe andthe ande
the e machine being built for him I Is one oneof oneor oneof
of the principal objects of interest interestDICKINSON Intere InterestDICKINSON t tDICKINSON
DICKINSON JOINS JOINSGOLFING JOINSGOLFING JOINSGOLFING
GOLFING COTERIE COTERIESecretary COTERIE3ecr8tary COTERIESecretary
Secretary of War r Dickinson Is the thet tbeJt thelatest
Jt latest t at t member of President Taffs golf golfcabinet sol solcabinet golfcabinet
cabinet The big Southerner jag was As re recently reCntly rec ¬
cently c ntiy recruited Into this choice ehol tt circle circleand eircleand circleand
and has been pounding away a way on the theChevy theCbeoy theChevy
Chevy Cba chase e links regularly r lrly ever since sinceHe elnccHe sinceHe
He has acquired considerable tan and andrauecle andmu andmuscle
muscle mu ele but as yet he has not acquired acquiredsufficient acquiredsuklent acquiredsufficient
sufficient skill to defeat th the President Presidenti PresidentSecretary PresidentSecretary
i Secretary Dickinson Dlckln on hi i reported to be beI bemaking bemaking
I making progress and Senator tor Jonathan JonathanBourne JonathanBourne JonathanBourne
Bourne jr Gen n Clarence R R Edwards Edwardsand Edwardsand Edwardsand
and Capt Archie Butt the regulars regularsare regulrarp
are preparing to fight for their laurels laureteAlthough JaurelsAltoough laurelsAlthough
Although Vice President Sherman is isbeing 18bf isbeing
being bf > ln allowed weigh plgh or age he too tooIs toots tooIs
Is Bald ald to be apprehensive apprh n8he as to his hielaurels hislaurtllI hislaurels
laurels
GEOGRAPHICAL CLUB CLUBHONORSROOSEVELT I
HONORS HONORSROOSEVELT HONORSROOSEVELTLuncheon ROOSEVELT I ILuncheon
Luncheon In His Honor HonorGiven HonorGiven HonorGiven
Given In London By the theRoyal theRoyal theRoyal
Royal Organization Organizationi
I
i LONDON May 31Returnmg SO Returning from his hteweekend hisweekend hisweekend
weekend at Edward Burtons country countryplace countryplaoo countryplace
place In Essex Theodore Roosevelt to today todn today
day dn became the guest of the Royal RoyalGeogTapfcal RoyalGeograpt RoyalGeograpl
GeogTapfcal Geograpt l al Club at luncheon Manynotable Many Manynotable any anynotable
notable giSts gL ° gUs had been Invited InvitedThe ImitedThe InvitedThe
The luncheon was given at the Hotel HotelMetropole SOtelMetropole
Metropole Major ljorLoooaM Leonard Darwin pres president presIdent president ¬
ident of the Royal Geographical phIc1 Society So Society Soclety ¬ I
ciety presiding presidingIt
It was a a brilliant affair given prin principally prinelpally ¬ I
cipally in honor 6f Mr RooseveltsArrlcn Roosevelts RooseveltsAfrican seveits seveitsAfrican
African hunting huntl expedition expeditionBritish expeditionBritish expeditionBritish
British geographers have a high re regard retor regard ¬
gard for the re exPresident becac bece e of his hisfriendship blsIrlend8blp hisfriendship
friendship with Commander Robert EPear E EPeary EPer
Peary Per whose ose ship on the ruoeeseful ruoeesefulNorth ruocessfulNorth uoeesefulNorth
North Pole hunt was as the Rooaervolt RooaervoltMRS RoMewltMRS RooaevtltMRS
MRS ROOSEVELT ROOSEVELTTO
TO SEE GREETING GREETINGNEW
NEW EW YORK May 39 atMrs Mrs Reeseelt Reese Roosevelt POOfIeo1t ¬
velt o1t and twenty of her personal personalwelcome personalguests enOnl enOnlgue
gue guests ts will witness Mayor Gaynors Gaynorswelcome Gaynorswelcome
welcome of Colonel Roosevelt from a aspecial aspecIal aspecial
special box on June 18 18The 18The 18The
The box has been provided by Lewis LewisNixon Lewis1xon LewisNixon
Nixon 1xon who is In charge of the arrangements ar arrangements arrngement8 ¬
rangements at Battery Park where wherethe wherethe whorethe
the former President will Ill be greeted greetedby
by the mayor mayorReturning IDIIyorReturning mayorReturning
Returning on the steamer with Col Colonel Colnnel Colonel ¬
onel Roosevelt will be Mrs nI Roose Roosevelt Rt8evelt Roosevelt ¬
velt Miss Mi Ethel Roosevelt Kermit HermitRoosevelt KermitRoo KermitRoosevelt
Roosevelt Roo evtlt Mrs Nicholas Loagworth Loagworthand
and Mrs Mr E R Menitt a cousin of ofColonel ofColonel I IColonel
Colonel Roosevelt RooseveltMEDALS RooseveltMEDALS RooseveltMEDALS
MEDALS ARE GIVEN GIVENIN
IN SUNDAY SCHOOL SCHOOLThe
The girls lrJs receiving rec lviDg this years yearsmedals yearsmedals yearsmedals
medals for merit in the Sunday school schoolof schoolot schoolof
of the Church of the Nativity at atBrightwood atBrtghtwOOd atBrightwood
Brightwood are Lona Huck first ftr t class claaegold cla clagold classold
gold old medal for general excellence excellenceLily
Lily Lily Peck second class gold medal for forgeneral forenera1 forgeneral I
general excellence and Agnes Daly DalyMargaret DlyMatgaret DalyMargaret
Margaret Donovan and Lillian King
Other girls receiving medals were wereMarie wereMarie wereMarie
Marie Cox Naomi Cole Grace Con Conway ConI Conway
way Katherine Schrelder Katherine KatherineHunter KatherineHunter KatherineHunter
Hunter Katherine Lynch and Del Dor Dorothy DorothY Dorothy ¬
I othy Paul PaulAmong PauLAm6n PaulAmong
Among Am6n the boys receiving reeeiyJ medals medalswere medalswere medalswere
were Leo Daly DJ John Schrelder Schrel er Ger Gerald Gerad Gerald ¬
ald and Bernard Connolly John andJoseph and andJoseph ardJo
Joseph Jo eph Cox and Percy Clark The Theawards Theawards Theawards
awards were made yesterday by theRev the theRev tbeRev
Rev F X Bisehoff BisehoffLOCAL BisebottLOCAL BisehoffLOCAL
LOCAL MENTION MENTIONThe
The DrilleryMiles Drillery DrflleryXiles DrilleryMlIH
Miles Fuller founder 1111 New W York YorkAve YorkAve YorkAve
Ave Pitman Shorthand Touch Type Typewriting Typewriting Typewriting ¬
writing Double entry Bookkeeping Bookk g The Thebest Thebeet Thebeet
beet business school in the city Summer Sum Summer Summer ¬
mer rates Start now nowTor nowor nowFor
For or Automobile Eye Insurance InsuranceAsk
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the Medical Trust TrustDo Trustro
Do ro O YOU ou want your our family under the supervision o of a National NationalHealth NationalHealth NationalL
L Health Bureau controlled by the political doctors doctorsEven doctorsEven doctorsEven
Even now the American Medical Association which denies that it is using cc lobbying lobbyingmethods lobbying lobbyingmethods H Hmethods
methods has a letter out to its members written on the official letterhead of its Committee on onMedical onMedical onMedical
Medical Legislation under date of May 10th 1910 from which we quote q ote the following followingDear followingDear followingDear
Dear Doctor DoctorA
A proposition to establish a Department of Health with a Secretary in the Cabi Cabinet Cabinet C zbi zbinet ¬
net of the President is now pending in Congress Owen Bill S 6049 The Con Congressional ConI Congressional ¬
gressional essional elections are to occur within a few months It is therefore of the highest highestimportance highestImportance highestimportance
I importance that you at once take the necessary steps stepsI
I 1 To secureas secure as delegate from your county to your Congressional nominating nominatingconventions nominatingconventions
i conventions of ALL parties men who are in favor of establishing a National Depart Department Departt Department
t ment of Health with a Secretary in the Cabinet
2 To secure if possible a definite promise from each candidate for Congress Congressto
to support such a measure if elected The position of all candidates what whatever whatever whatever ¬
ever it may be should be made known to the electors BEFORE THE NOMINA NOMINATIONS NOMINATIONS NOMINATIONS ¬
TIONS ARE MADE MADEI
I I 3 To secure the adoption of a plank in m favor or OJ a Department of Public PublicHealth PublieHealth PublicHealth
Health in the platform of each political convention conventionConcerning conventionConcerning conventionConcerning
Concerning this letter on proposed legislation the NewjYork NewlY ork Herald Heraldof of May 25th says editorially editoriallyCombine editoriallyStandard editoriallyStandard
Standard Oil is a puling infant in the way of a trust compared with the giganticcombine gigantic giganticcombine
Combine for which these doctors arc working It would create a monopoly more odious odiousthan odiousthan odiousthan
than was ever before conceived one which would touch and control the life of the people peopleat
at a thousand points of contact and andthe the most audacious feature of all allwould would impose the thecost thecost thecost
cost of its own support upon the country to the tune of hundreds of millions of dollars a year yearSome yearSome yearSome
Some notion of what this trust would be at af the start startHeaven Heaven only knows knowswbat what it itmight itmight itmight
might not be made to include when once firmly established as part of the federal govern government government governmendmay ¬
ment mendmay Imay may be gleaned from the statement made by byone one of its promoters as reported in the thepuma theJournal theJournal
Journal puma of 0 the American Medical Association It would control hygiene sanitation food educa education education edueation ¬
tion immigration public and private relief labor conditions and a dozen other things thingsbesides thingsbesides thingsbesides
besides research laboratories laboratoriesand and equipment In other otherwords words the American people through throughtheir throughtheir throughtheir
their government would be engaged in experimentation upon living animals animalsvivisection animalsvivisectionNothing animalsvivisectionNothing vivisection vivisectionNothing
Nothing so needless nothing so 0 audacious in the way of a trust was ever before beforeconceived beforeconceived beforeconceived
conceived much less proposed to b be incorporated into the government governmentyou governmentIf
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