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President Gude WillAd WillAdvocate Will Ad Advocate Advocate
July 4 Is Suggested as the Best BestDate BestDat BestDate
Date for the Interest Interesting Interesting Interesta
a ing Trip TripTrho TripI Tripthe
I the ho next big event In the aortal world worldand worldwid worldand
and the greatest of all aerial achieve achievements achle achievemenu c cmlnts ¬
menu may be a competitive o flight from fromNew fromNew I
New York to Washington on July Tul 4 4A 9A I IA
A statement by Glenn Curttes in New NewYork NewYork i iYork
York last night to the effect that the theNew theNow theNow
Now YorkWashington route would be bean hoan I
an Ideal Id 1 one has aroused so much in interest interest Interest ¬
terest among local aviators business men menand menand menand
and citizens generally that a move movement movement movemoat ¬
ment was set on foot today to ascertain ascertainIf
If the proposed propo ed flight can be arranged arrangedfor
for forPresident President William F Gude of the theChamber thoChamber theChamber
Chamber of Commerce announced that thathe thatbe thathe
he would bring the matter before the thedirectors thedlr thedirectors
directors dlr > tors that organization tomorrow tomorrowwhw tomorrowwI tomorrowwhin
whw wI n If It Is thought well of a com committee com1nlttoo comtnittee ¬
mittee probably will be appointed to towork towork towork
work out tho details detailsIt
It was oM the joint suggestion suSSe tlon of Mr MrGude llrGude MrGude
Gude and and Cuno H Rudolph president presidentof
of the Board of Commissioners that the theflight thetlight theflight
flight should be held on the Fourth of ofJuly ofJuly ofJuly
July In connection with the local sane saneand saneaB saneand
aB and safe celebration celebrationGude celebrationGude celebrationGude
Gude Favors Flight FKghtMr
Mr r Gude said 001 I believe we can so secure socure socure ¬
cure the flight and that It will be a suc success success success ¬
cess from every standpoint There is issomething issomething issomething
something particularly appropriate In Inholding inboldlng inholding
holding it on the Fourth of July We Wecould Wecould I IcouId
I Icommemorating
could have a double celebration celebrationone celebrationonecommemorating one onecommemorating
commemorating the birth of Independ Independence lndependenco ¬ I Ience
ence in this country and the other otherthe otherthe otherthe
the independence of man wrought wroughtthrough wrouhtthrooch wroughtthrough
through his last la t great triumph over overthe overthe I Ithe
the forces of nature naturethe the mastery of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the air airOf airOf airOf
Of course cOil the thing we will iIl have to toconsider tocon toconsider
consider con ldor first will be the financing of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the project However I believe there thereare thereare thereare
are enough persons able to assist let ma materially materIJI materially ¬
terially terIJI this movement who will be beglad be11ad beglad
glad to do it when hon they realize its itssignificance itssi itssignificance
significance si lficance with respect to the develop development developmeRt developmost ¬
most of mankind mankindEvery mankindEvery mankindEvery
Every Washingtonian should be bewilling bewilling bewilling
willing toassist to A8tJt assist t in placing pJacl the Capital Capitalof
of this nation in a position po ltlon where here it itmay itmay itmay
may b be Identified prominently with lth the theearly theoarb theearly
early stages experienced in the evolu evolution evolutJon evolution ¬
tion of the art of flying flyingCommissioner flyingComml flyingCommissioner
Commissioner Comml sloner Rudolph suggested thatthe that thatthe thatthe
the affair should be made of o equal in interest interest interest ¬
terest to New Yorkers and Washing Washingtontans Washingtonians Washingtonlans
tontans tontansI
I would lik like to see a committee of ofthe ortho ofthe
the Chamber of Commerce appointed appointedto
to confer with a committee of some
representative repre8ent the body in New ew York sothat sothat so sothat
that both cities could participate > inthis in intliis
tills event said the Commissioner CommissionerI
i I think the money should come outor outof out outof
of both clUesCircles citiesCircles cities citiesCircles 1
Circles Above Both Citieshe CitiesThe Cities CitiesIhe
The he flight could be so arranged that thatth thatthe
the th aviators in leaving New York couldbe couldbe could couldbe I
be required to circle the starting polnOft1 pointotxa point pointonnu
onnu or twice and upon reachingWvhlngton reachingWashington reaching reachingWashington
Washington make an equal number ofcircles ofcircles of ofcircles
circles over the landing place betoredo beforedescending before beforedescending
do descending cending This would put spectators spectatorsIn
In both cities on an equal footing withro withrosptct with withresptct
ro resptct plct to what they would see of thegreat thegreat the thegreat
great aerial race raeelilT raceL raceMr
Mr Rudolph said that the joint committee commlU com committee ¬
mlU mittee e on the sane and safe celebrationof celebration
L of t the he Fourth of which he is chairmanWO1k1 chairmanwould chairman chairmanwould
would have Its hands full raising moneywith money moneywith
with ith which to arrange for the celebra celebraUOB colebra1Jo1 celebration
UOB and that he did not believe Washington Wash Washington YashIngton ¬
ington should attem attempt t to secure fundstor fundsfor funds fundsfor
for the aerial race without inviting outside outside out outside ¬
side cooperation He ecpre8 expressed ed hlmselt himself him himself ¬
self as favoring Potomac Park as thelllunng thelauding the thelanding
landing place for the aviators aviatorsIj
I Ij his interview yesterday Glenn Curstated Curtstated Cur Curtutti
tstated tutti stated that he believed not morethetn morethin more morea
1 thin threestops three stops would be necessary In ina
a flight from New York to Washington WashingtonHe 1
He said that the flight lght could be made madea
a round trip requiring two days daysIt daysIt
It is believed that Aviator Hamilton Hamiltonwould HamiltonJ I
J would enter the race and that Curtiss Curtisswould Curtisswould Curtisswould
would be one of the competitors Is a aforegone aforegoone aforegone
foregone conclusion conclusionDOOR conclusionDOOR conclusionI
Senator Senator Dolliver Makes Resplution ResplutionAfter ResplutionAfter i iAfter
After Experience With a aRear aRear aRear
Rear Window WindowCreeping WindowCreeping I ICroeplng
Creeping stealthily into the back yard yardof yardof
of Senator J T P Dollivers home a man manclad mancJ manclad
clad cJ d in a long black cloak holding a boy boyby boyb boyby
by b the hand could have h c been seen at ata ata ata
a late hour last la t night Slowly and with withnoisoloas withnIBoI08IS withnoiseless
noiseless tread they reached a window windowThe windowTile windowThe
The larger of the two with great dex dexterity dexterity dextority ¬
terity cracked cra ked the lock and pushed the thewit thewlldow thewit
wlldow wit dow up with what looked to be bejimmy a ajimmy 8 8oojlmm
jimmy Even as described de crIbed in detec detective detective detective ¬
tive tales the boy was then helpe helped to the thesaah theSR8h thesash
sash from which he entered the house houseInstead houseInstead houseInstead
Instead of rushing to where the fam family famlIy family ¬
ily plate was kept the boy ran to the thedoor thedoor thedoor
door and as his companion entered he hemight hemi hemight
might mi ht have been heard to remark remarkBelieve remarkBelleve remarkBelieve
Believe me the next time I go downtown down downtown downtoo ¬
town and am not too busy bUB baiting regu reguLT reguhr reguTar
hr LT Republicans I shall have a different differenthey differenty differentbly
hey y made for even suit of clothes in inmy Inmy inmy
my wardrobe wardrobeWhich wardrobeYhlch wardrobeWhich
Which announced the night prowlers prowlersto
to be Senator Dolliver and small son sonThe sonThe sonThe
The Senator had forgotten his i s keys and andwas andwas andwas
was locked l ked out outAMERICAN outAMERICAN outAMERICAN
Autographed Photograph of Victor VictorEmmanuel VictorEmmanuel VictorEmmanuel
Emmanuel Received by Cross Crossof Crossof j jof
of Honor HonorAt
At the request of Thomas H Hern Herndon Herndon Hornden
don 1215 r t31 15 Harvard street King Victor VictorIBmmanuel VictorEmmanuel VictorEmmanuel
Emmanuel ofvltaly has sent to the thssociety th thsociety thesociety
society of the American Cross of ofHonor otonor ofHonor
Honor onor of which Mr Herndon is presi president presldent president
dent a alarge large autographed photograph photographof photographHof
Hof of himself himselfEmmanuel bim himselfEmmanuel elf elfEmmanuel
Emmanuel was made an honorary honorarymember honorarymambfr honorarymember
member of the society some time ago agoPretrident agoJ1 agoIreetdent
J1 Pretrident re tdent Taft and former President PrtsldentRoosevelt PrbSldentRo Presidentiteaeevelt
Roosevelt Ro Bevelt are alsoJhonorary also honorary members membersThe membersThe membersThe
The object of the society society is to pre preB present preisent
sent B nt medals of honor for life saving savingRecipients 5aYlng6clpl satingBocipients
Recipients 6clpl nts of the > medals become Ipso Ipsofttcte ipsofacte
tact members of the society societyThe societyThe societyThe I
The photograph of King Emmanuel Bmmanuolfcvas Rmmanuola
fcvas vas a accompanied by b a letter sent from fromtfce fromhe I Ittte
tfce Italian embassy here hereDont hereDot i iDO1t
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Little Miss Ann Hays Hebb Daughter of H J Hebb of Baltimore and Niece of Mrs A L Cline of Washington j
pleasing Performance Given Givenby Givenby Givenby
by Little Tots at ChasesTheater Chases ChasesTheater ChasesTheater
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Nearly one hundred children i lust 11 < tst t night nightat
at Chases Theater delighted parents parentskinsfolk p parentsldnafok renta rentakintolk
kinsfolk friends and in fact every one oneia onein 1 1in
in the audience audle ce with their singing and anddancing anddancing anddancing
dancingThe dancingThe dancing dancingThe
The occasion was as the fancy dress dre 6 car carnival carnival carnival ¬
nival given by the pupils of Miss JlJj Hayes Hayesand Hayesand Hayesand
and at the close Senator Robert L Tay Taylor T TJor Taylor ¬
lor presented the medals to the pupils pupilsHe pupllHe pupilsHe
He also presented ple ented Miss Hayes with a adiamond adiamond adiamond
diamond studded gold cross cr a present presentfrom presenttrom presentfrom
from the childrens parents parentsIn
In the program the solos of the Misses MissesSullivan MJseeeSullivan MissesSullivan
Sullivan CHem Hogau Davis Klopfer Klopferand Klopferand Kiopferand
and Leeke were excellently sung The Thetwo Thetwo Thetwo
two grandchildren of Representative RepresentativeBrownlow Repre2entatlvoBrownlow RepresentativeBrownlow
Brownlow o or Tennessee Tenne ee aim the Misses MissesHacker JUsl MissesHacker es esHacker
Hacker made a decided hit with their theircatchy theircat theircatchy
cat catchy < hY song and dance danceThe dancelbe danceThe
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presented by Miss Hayes with Miss Lois
Brooks in the principal role was well wellreceived wellreceived wellreceived
received The parts taken by little littleMarie JltUearte littleMarie
Marie arte Hayes Audrey Flack ModredDriscoll Mildred MildredDriscoll MildredDriscoll
Driscoll Mary M Hurney Ann SuterGlad SuterGladys Suter SuterGladys
Glad Gladys Rahn Ann Hebb and Masters MastersFred MutersFrc MastersFred
Fred Frc Stalfort Thomas Suter and John JohnHogan JohnHogan JohnHogan
Hogan were liberally applauded applaudedY
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of Brooklyn Westside Ve t8lde N Y and New Newark Newark Newark ¬
ark N J who have been be ll sightseeing sightseeinghere
here since Sunday all but twenty left leftfor Jeftfor leftfor
for their homes late lateJut last night sightIn nightIn nightIn
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in a sightseeing automobile In ta taafternoon the theaitemoo theafternoo
afternoon a trolley trip was as made to toMt WMt toMt
Mt Ver Verm n where the tomb of Wash Washington WaabSngton Washington ¬
ington was w u visited The evening was wasspent waaspent wasspent
spent at ihe 1 he Library of Congress Th Thremaining The Theremaining Theremaining I
remaining members of the party leave leavefor leavefor leavefor
for home tonight tonightSOUTHERNERS tonightSOUTHERNERS tonightSOUTHERNERS
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members of the class which will be beraduated begraduated 1 1graduated
graduated raduated from the Naval Academy on onFriday OftFriday onFriday
Friday are Henry E Rossell of Florida FloridaCharl FloridaCharles FloridaCharles
Charl Charles s M Cooke jr Arkansas Arkan and andMervyn andMervyn andMervyn
Mervyn Bennion of Utah UtahThe UtahThe UtahThe
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been honor bon or men of the graduating raduatInr class classwas cla8IIW88 classwas
was broken last year ear when first firer place placewas placeas placewas
was as won by Theodore S Wilkinson of ofLouisiana ofLoul ofLouisiana
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both first ft t and second places
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