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Aviator During Halt at Phil Philadelphia Philadelphia Philadeiphia ¬
adelphia Lauds Purposes Purposesof
of Promoters PromotersContinued PromotersOontlnued Promoterscontlnued
Continued from First FirstPage FirstPagetonded Page Pagetended Pagetonded
tonded to members of the Quaker City CityMotor City1totor CityMotor
Motor Club the Germantown Auto Club Clubthe Clubhe Clubthe
the he Auto Club of Philadelphia the Cen Century CQIltury Century ¬
tury Auto uto Club and the Philadelphiao PhildpiaAtornoble Philadelphia PhiladelphiaAntontoble
Antontoble o ttO tObIJc Association The members membersof membeloL
of the Physicians Phy lclans Auto > Club also are areInvited areInvited areinvited
Invited The Evening E nlng Times is also de decirous de2lrou8 ileEfrous
cirous that every ever automobile agent and andhis and11s andbis
his 11s office associates 8 attend the recep reception recepdOL reception ¬
tion dOLYesterday J Jwas
tionYesterday Yesterday at noon the pathfinder car carwu carwaa
was given an ovation at t the aviation aviationfield aviationfield aviationfield
field in the northern part of the city citywhere clt cltWhore cttwhere
where 30000 persons were crowded Co Cosee losee toee
see ee Charles K Hamilton the famous famousaviator tamousaJator famousaviator
aviator make his descent de cent in the great greatNew greatew I
New ew YorkPhiladelphia aeroplane flight flightCovered tlightCovered flightCovered
Covered with bunting announcing that thatIt thatIt
It was the pathflnder pnthftn er for the Munsey I
Historic Tour the sturdy EMF car carsped carsped carsped
sped up to the field flel It at once at attracted attracted attracted ¬
tracted the attention of f the crowds of ofautomobillsts otautomobUlsts ofautoniobijists
automobillsts on the scene and thou thousands thousands thousands ¬
sands of sightseers manifested their Ip interest ¬
terest by crowding about the car carHamilton carHamilton carhamilton
Hamilton Praises Tour TourHamilton TourHamilton TourHamilton
Hamilton himself after he had rested restedsomewhat rest restedsomewhat d dfomcwbat
somewhat from the labor of his hi flightJOfked flight flightlooked ightlooked
looked the machine over critical He Hewas H Hwas Hwas
was loud in his praise of the Munsey MunseyTour MunseyTour Iune IuneTour
Tour and the work to be done by b the thepathflnding thepathfinding thepathflnding
pathflnding car carThe carThe carThe
The intended route of the Munsey Munseytour Munseytour lunseYtour
tour includes a number of historic historicplaces historicpllices historicplaces
places Leaving Philadelphia August 15 15the 15the 15the
the tourists will go to Morristown X J JWest Jest 3Vest
West est Point Lenox Mass New London LondonConnu LondonConn LondonConn
Connu Conn Boston i Portsmouth N H HPortland HPorUand HPorUand
PorUand ile c Plattsburg X Y Sara Saratoga Saratoga Saratoga ¬
toga Bin Binghamton hamton Harrisburg Gettys Gettysburg Gett1sburg Gettysburg ¬
burg Baltimore and Washington WashingtonFcIlowJrg WashingtonFcIlowirg VashlngtoDFGI1owiS
FcIlowJrg the luncheon there will be beseveral besevera besevera
severa short s ort speeches after which rep representatives repreentatles representatives ¬
resentatives of The Times and Scorers ScorersClub ScorersClub ScorersClub
Club of the Quaker City Motor Club ClubwJ ClubaffiC Clubv
wJ v affix the speedometers to the path pathfiader pathfi1der pathflder
fiader and the start will be made madePreceded madePreceded madePreceded
Preceded by a squad of motorcycle motorcyclepolice motorcc1epolice motorcyclepolice
police the pathfinder will whirl up u uBroad uflroad
Broad street followed by the escort c eort or orof orcars
cars In double line The official start stJirtof startof
of the car will be from the office of The TheEvening TheEvening TheEvening I
Evening Times at 12 oclock but as the thetour thetour thetour
tour wftl w l start from the Walton Hotel Hotelthe
the spedomet8ls wit be set at this thisplace thisplace I
place I ITrailBlazers
TrailBlazers Start StartThe StartThe StartThe
The long line of escort cars will ac accompany accompany accompany ¬
company the pathfinder to Old York Yorkroad Yorkroad Yorkroad
road wh vhre re Sticktolt Skeggs the theEMF theE11F theEMF
EMF driver ci iver of the pathfinder will willcut willcut illj illjcut
cut out ut nis ns muffler and the trailblazers trailblazerswiil
will be oft on the first leg of their theirJourney theirjourney I
Journey JourneyThe journeThe journeyThe
The rooms of tho Quaker City Clt Motor MotorClub MotorClub IotorClub
Club on the first floor of the Walton WaltonHotel WaltonHotel i
Hotel will be thrown open to the th guests guestsof guestSof guestsof
of The Evening Times and the Quaker QuakerCity QuakerClt QuakerCity
City Clt men invite all autoists to visit their thenrooms theirrooms
rooms whle wh le waiting for the luncheon luncheonto I
to be served servedUp servedUp ervedUp
Up and down automobile row the thepRthflnding theVfithflndln thethflndin
pRthflnding thflndin car has created great gre t inter interest Interc ¬
0 est c t virtually vlrtua virtually l every evel establishment giving
it K salute vlth Uh tooting of horns when it itpassed Itpa Itpassed
passed pa ed toand fro in front of the numer numerous numerous namerous ¬
ous agencies Yesterday the glad hand handwas halklw4UI handWM
was extended in royal fashion to Skeggs Skeggsnd Skegn4I Skegsznd
znd nd The members of the pathfindlng pathfindlngptrty tthftndtDgrty pathfindtngprty
ptrty rty who met many of the agents and anddeltrt 800dt anddealers
dealers dt > alu5 > of this city eft Interested in lift liftto tintoh th thto
to toh r and who expressed eocpres ed their good goodwjrthoe soadGP goodwieIte
wjrthoe GP for its ts iUcc successA success successA S SA
A Test Worth While WhileThe WhileThe WhileThe
The historic b torlc interest Intere t ataching to the theroute ieroute 1teroute
route and tho tact that the path will willtake willtake wIlltake
take the the tourists through some of the thefinest thefinest thefinest
finest country to be found in the East Eastwas EastVIliS Eastwas
was generally remarked remarkedAutomobile remarkedAutomobile remarkedAutomobile
Automobile dealers and enthusiasts enthusiastsknow enthusiastsknow enthusiastsknow
know also that the route to be selebted selebtodis i
is CIne which will test to their capacity C lty
the crs rs which enter and that the win wl wl1linf whbifl
lung 1linf bifl machines which at the PIHI < nd have havethe havethe havethe
the smallest number of points of penal penalizatlon PE penalIzation at atIzatlon
izatlon against them will be able to toBtand toltand tostand
stand up under any an conditions to which whichthe whichthe
the most critical owner might subject
them themLast themLast themLast
Last night at the Quaker City Motor otor
Club there was an impromptu reception
for the pathflnding party the members membersof
of which were ore extended the courtesies courtesiesof courte tes tesoC i
of the club house houseYesterday houseYeaterday houseYesterday
Yesterday afternoon the car stood in infront 111front infront
front of the club house hou e for some time timeand timeand timeand I
and attracted the attention of the themem themembers mem members rnembers ¬
bers practically all of whom will take takepart takepart takepart
part in the great sendoff to be accorded accordedthe accordedthe accordedthe
the pathflnding party tomorow tomorowThe tomorowThe tomorowThe
The car is equipped ulpped with the Morgan Morganand Morganand Morganand
and Wright Nobby obb Tread Brand tires
Ltio tnefie e tires are the same that Skeggs Skeggsused Skeggsued Skeggsused
used In laying out the path for the > Lit
tle Glidden tour and were filled with air
at Detroit before starting startlnsotr off ol on that
tour They went through the 700 and
odd miles of that tour and have re ¬
mained firm ever since
This evening and this afternoon the
EMF car will speed through Philadel ¬
phia on an excursion with several of the
local automobile enthusiasts enthusiastsACADEMY enthullastsCADEMY enthusiastsACADEMY
Medals and Prizes Awarded for forProficiency forProficiency forProficiency
Proficiency at Immaculate ImmaculateConception ImmaculateConception ImmaculateConception
Conception School SchoolThe SchoolThe SchoolThe
The Rev J D Marr pastor of the1 the1Immaculate the
Immaculate Conception Church award1 award1d award awkrdfJl awardejl
fJl d the diplomas and delivered the grad graduation graduation gradnation ¬
uation address at the fortyJlfth rort tUth annual annualcommencement annualcorpmencement annualCommencement
commencement exercises of the Immacu ¬
late Conception Academy which were
held yesterday afternoon in the academy
hall hallDiplomas
Diplomas were ere presented to Miss Grace
C Lynch Vallene C Aughinbaugh and
Anna Murphy Donovan DonovanThe DonovanThe DonovanThe
The work of the children of the prim primary primary primliry ¬
ary classes in chorus and drilling drlllln was wasnoteworthy WitSnoteworthr wasnoteworthy
noteworthy AU of the children were wereunder wereuu wereunder
under uu er seven years 08rs of age Winners Inners of ofmedals otnoonls ofmedals
medals and first prize l rze in the various variousclasses tarJougclasees < arlousclaStetS
classes wore as follows followsQold fclIowsQold followsQold
Qold medal for Christian doctrine Miss
Anna Welsh first prize Miss nss Grace
Lynch and Miss Lucy Welsh WelshFfnt WelshFllt WelshFlst
Ffnt senior class medal Miss 1156 Lucy r
WeUh VeL first prize Miss Eileen ODon ODonnel ODonnel ODonnd
nel nelSecond nd
ndSectind Second cnd senior class medal Miss 11s8 Alma AlmaHapp AIm AImHa AlmaHatp
Happ Ha p first prize Miss Mary Ia Yoc YocThird YocTh ToeThird
Third Th Ird senior class medal Miss n9S Loretta LorettaHuP LorettHul LorettaHuP
HuP HuPAIntermediate HulAlntOtmedlat
HuPintormedfate AIntermediate medal Miss Irene IreneCtiJe IreneC IreneCOie
CtiJe C le first prize Miss Teresa Chants Charvissecond Chantsspcond Chatviasscund
second division medal Miss Agnes AgnesOConnor AgnesOConntJr AgnesOConnor
OConnor tlrst prize Miss Cecilia Sul Sullivan Sullivan Solivan ¬
livan livan1interinediate
intermediate medal Miss Frances FrancesManning I FrancesManning rancc8 rancc8lannl1
Manning lannl1 firpt prize Miss Catherine Mc McInerney McInorney c cInorney
Inorney scopnd division medal Miss MissGwtrude MissUrtrude I1S8 I1S8G
Gwtrude G trude Glorious GloriousJunior GloriousJUIIor GloriousJunior
Junior class cls medal Miss II s Helen Clark Clarkfirst Clarkfirst Clarkfirst
first prize Miss 1188 Helen Daley Dafa second secondivtelon se secondrivielon COn COnhislon
ivtelon modal me al Mist Mary Mar Siatt SfatkrF SfatkrFPrtmary SitteryPrimary < rv rvPrimary
Primary class cia medal ailae It s Marie MarieOConnor MarieOConnor lar1eOConno
CTjLPEPER C1LPEPER Va June 14 HAn An Inves Investigation InvestigatIon Invest1at1on ¬
tigation was started today tOOa in an effort effortto effortto effortto
to determine the responsibility of the thedeath thedeath thedeath
death of George C Norris a wellknown welIknownfarmer Wellknowntanner wellknownfarmer
farmer of o Mitchells Station who was waskilled waskmed waskilled
killed by b a railroad train as he was re returning returning returiing ¬
turning to his home after serving scrvln as aspaltboarer asUboarer aspallbearer
pallbearer > Uboarer at the funeral of George La Latham Lathan Latham ¬
tham a civil engineer His body was wasfound wasround wasfound
found badly badlymutDatedlesteroay mutilated mutflatedyesterday yesterday by his hisICn hiscn
ICn ICnr cn cnI
r I r
New York to Philadelphia PhiladelphiaHero
Hero to Try 960Mile 960MileJourney 960MileJourney 960MileJourney
Journey JourneyNEW
NEW YORK June 14 14rm Im iroine to tofly totly tofly
fly to Chicago in the near future futureCharles tutureCharlus futureCharles
Charles 3C J Hamilton the little red redheaded redbeaded redheaded ¬
headed daredevil who yesterday per performed pelformed performed ¬
formed the most remarkable aviation aviationfeat avSnUlnCCt avinUonfejt
feat fejt yet accomplished whan he new newfrom ftc ftctfom flewfiom
from New York to Philadelphia and andback andback andhack
back following a time table today made madethis madethis
this statement when he appeared from fromhis fromhis fromhis
his room at the > Hotel Astor
Save for a stiffness in his joints and anda
a burning akin a u a result of exposure exposureto
to the wind all day he gave no no signs signsof slJnsthe signsof
of the strain of his magnificent feat of ofyesterday ofc5ttrda ofyesterday
yesterday c5ttrda c5ttrdaI
I dont feel any distress at all he hesaid hesaid hesaid
said saidAt
At tho same time that he announced announcedhis
his intention of o essaying the 9t 900mlle 900mlleNew DGOmiieNew mlle mlleNew
New YorkChlcasro flight it was made madeknown madeknown
known that Hamilton Hamil ton will soon make an anexhibition anexhibition anexhlbitio
exhibition flight for the benefit of o the thepeople thepeonle thepeople
people of New York Hundreds of Jiou Jiousands bousan housands
sands san s of persons lined the Hudson and andcrowded andcrowded andcrowded
crowded skyscraper windows yesterday yesterdayIn
In the hope of seeing him Hy up the theHudson theHudson theHudson
Hudson on his return from Phlladel Phlladelphla Philadelphia Philadeiphia
phia but the mishap which sent him himnto himifltO
Jnto the swamp alcng the Raritan river rivern riverprevented
prevented n vented him from makin the record recordlondt recordlongdistance
Ionsdistance londt tanre flight he had intended IntendedThe intendedThe
The man who startled the world with wlthwhat withwhat
what was declared by his fellowavla fellowavlatotrs tellowavtatotrs fellowaviatottu
totrs to be the finest flight ever made madepaid madepaid madepaid
paid little heed to the compliments he hereceived herecehed hereceived
received today tada save for those from the thefew theCew thefew
few birdmen who knew the difficulties difficultiesof
of his flight especially as compared comparedwith compnrodwith comparedwith
with the easy eas but longer Londonto LondontoManchester LondtntoIanche5ter LondontoManchester
Manchester trip of Louis Paulhan PaulhanHamilton P PaulhanHamilton ulhan ulhanHamilton
Hamilton said Id one aviator today tod 3o sur surmounted 1urmounted ur urmounted ¬
mounted more difficulties in half of his his172mile blsli2mlle his172mile
172mile trip than did Paulhan in the thewhole thewholo thewhole
whole or his 186mile flight for J5QtK J5QtKMrs ZGO ZGOMrs OOO OOOMrs
Mrs Hamilton however could not re restrain restrain rosWain ¬
strain her enthusiasm enthusiasmI
I know hed do it but isnt it won wondarful wondertul
derful she said I dont think Im Imprejudiced lmprejudiced imprejudiced
prejudiced when I say that this lattst latastflight
flight of my husband is the most mag magnUtcent zuagnlllcent
nincent thing that has been done in the theof theair
air In America since the pioneer flights flightsof Ih Ihot
of the Wright VrJgh brothers brothersMr brothersr brothersMr
Mr r Hamilton was thoroughly pre prepared pNplred ptcrrcd ¬
pared for the flight and he knows all allthere aUther allthere
there is 1 to know about the machine and andprobably andprobably
probably more about air conditions than thanmoft thanmost
moft ot the aviators So it was to have havebeen havebeen
been expected But it is mighty tine
isnt it itMrs ItT ItTMrs
Mrs Irs B J Beaudette the aviators aviatorsmother a1atorsmother aviatorsmother
mother is no less Ics enthusiastic than his hiswife hisife hiswife
wife ife
They cant get ahead of my m bey beysaid y ysaid
said she today beaming with 1th pride 061 I Inever 1never
never ver doubted his success succe but Im aw awfully 8 awfully ¬
fully proud Just the same sameHamilton sameHamilton me meHamilton
Hamilton was v smoking his cigarette cigarettewhen cigarettewhen cigarettewhen
when found today toda He was w wasnet not anxious
to talk but finally consented con ented to discuss discussthe dl euaa euaathe
the fiIht flichtOne fiIhtOne fiihtOne
One of the chief lessons le8 ona in this flight I ht
is its proving the possibility of flying
over cities ne he declared I flew eVl over
Trenton yesterday as safely as If I were wereover wereover wereover
over a desert de ert and Trenton is a bad badplace > adplace ad adplace
place for an aviator to linger over as asthere asthere ssthere
there is no landing space spaceFirst spaceFirst spaceFirst
First Flight Over ver City CityYesterday CityYe CityYesterday
Yesterday Ye terda was the first time I bad badeer hadefjr badever
ever flown over a city and the first firsttime firsttime firsttime
time an any ny aviator had except for a trip
I made over El Paso Tex TexAnother TexuArwther TexAnother
Another ticklish job that I had and andI andI
I was mighty glad to get It over with withwag withWaa lth
wag wa starting after I had g getten tten the themachine themachine themachine
machine out of the bog in New Jersey ersey
On one side of tho road were tele teiegraph
graph poles and on the other heay
j lollaged trees They The didnt give glv me a aj 8 8I
j foot of leeway leewa all II told and the auto autoarties auto8rUes autoPrtiOS
< arties > that came up refused to get out outof outof
lof of the way wa to help my start startI start1t
I It took some delicate steering and andias
i dodging bety between n branches to bet away
from there but I was rather proud of
the Job when I finally ftnall did get et up
I had a clear score to Philadelphia Philadelphiaami
1 and I think that I had one a aJl good goo con consldering
Adoring all thing on th tM return i was W8BOIOpellEd wascompelled
I compelled < to alight by the breaking hr klt1f of of1 ofhc
4 he lKt icro 1 < 1 feiti eu 11 in it t spark plu and it itwouldnt itwouldnt Itwouldnt
wouldnt have been a five minutes do
lay la if 1 hadnt hit a bog insoniil tnsI Jll of a afteld afield
field and broken my propeller in get gettin gettin getting
tin ting away awayWhen awayVhen WflY
When uver Jersey Jer City two uf v ray rayrv myrtndrrt
I rv f ytootr nd > slopped lravinp lavIn mc going g on onjrfx t ontx > n nrtx
jrfx tx n lIt i enough to keep a constant elc elcvatljn elevatlm dcvatiin
vatljn much less I a rise I looked lo > ket down downat downat
j at the tlt house h < dHe tops and chimneys chlmll s tf U0 U0feet 1 1teet
I feet or r so below me and th thc thet ji l I sccrtcd sccrtcdr jo < t tr
r tU ojxn tU n bay ba it was W1 Is I g icy 1111 u I Iljid 1ld
ljid stmo S nie foubi finding nlllll Governors GovernorsIsland GOellotIsland Cover nors norsIsland
Island but when I picked up the Statue Statueof
of t > C ribtitr clnd < > nd found that it I P 4 > t tnli < < a an 5 5n1
n n1 i a I Ala 1 hattan kws kaerapr craj > r I trot my 111 111lalnr
Iarju I lalnr i all right iiiM 01 want H is with witlivi withst
vi st an > frflls fiisINCIDENTS
NEW YORK June 14 14A A leaden leadenhearted leadenheart leadenhearted
hearted heart host of 500 OO people among whom whomwere whomwere hQm hQmwere
were Hamiltons wife and mother form formed forma formed ¬
ed a mournful mourn Cui reception party on Cow Governors 00 00ernors Cowatnors ¬
ernors Island for approximately five fivehours fivehours vt >
hours yesterday afternoon while the theaviator th thavlatur theaviator
aviator bravely and perseveringly was wasextricating wasextrlcaUftb wasextricaUng
extricating himself hlm el from the crisis of ofhis ofbls ofhis
his descent det < nt near Perth Amboy Am boy f J Jand Jand Jand
and after hurried repairs to his hi frau fraHcraft traUcrait fraucraft
craft proceeded onward to his flnel goal goalat go goalat l lat
at the entrance to New York YorkHamiltons YorkHamlltons YorkHamiltons
Hamiltons forced orced descent d ont made like likethat likethat likethat
that of a wounded bird was met in inhushed inhushed
hushed awe by b a handful of persons personswhose personwhoe personswhose
whose good fortune It was to be of as assistance astistance assistance ¬
sistance to him His final Jescent at atGovernors atGovernors
I Governors island In the semidarkness 5emldarknesaor
I of a day which was yet et full of tri trij tn tnumph
j umph was made amid the cheers ch ers of the thefew theI thefew
I few remaining watchers watch rs who had hoped hopedagainst hopedI hopedagainst
against hope for a triumphant climax climaxto
I to the day dayHamilton dayI dayHamilton
I Hamilton was expected to return to toGovernors
I Governors Island 6 2 oclock and anlwhen a1dwhen andwhen
when it was 5 am 301 ani + yet he had not ap appeered appea appeered
peered pea red the crowd in waiting grew im impatient ImI Impatient ¬
I patient and dwindled to all but a few fewHis fewHis fewHis
His mother and wife led a sturdy sturdyloyal sturdyloyal
loyal band who could but pray pru that all allshould anshould allshould
1 should end well wellA wenA wellA
A Fearful Strain StrainFor StrainFor StrainFor
For fully tull an hour after the time when whenHamilton whenHammon whenHamilton
Hamilton was expected to land not a aword aword aword
word had been received of the nature of ofhis otbls ofhis
his mishap Had he been killed Was Wasall W3San Wasall
all lost These and hundreds of other othersimilar othersimilar othersimilar
similar questions passed from lip to Up Upyet UPyet lipyet
yet none could answer During this lu luterm 111term Interm
term the strain of the suspense wa wafearful wallte was wasfearful
fearful te rful The two Mrs Irs Hamiltons were wereaccompanied wereaccompanind
accompanied by b Mr and Mrs 115 Glenn GiennCurtiss H HCiirtise 11Curtls
I Ciirtise Curtls and Captain Baldwin who of offered otfered offered ¬
fered such comfort as they the might Yet Yeieven Yeteven Ysteven
even they tho knew nothing and like the therest therest therest
rest could but hope hopeBut hopeBut
But finally ftnall word came that the aviator aviatorwas aviatorwa aviatorwas
was wa safe though he had met with an anaccident anaceldent anaccident
accident Now he was working like a abeaver abeaver abeaver
beaver to make up for lost time He Hewas Hewas Hewas
was progressing progTes n AU was coming comingalong comingalong comingalong
along well At kist he was ready again againOnce agaltJOnce agaifiOnce
Once more he was 3s off He would soon soonbe soonbe soonbe
be at Governors Island These were weremassages weremC weremessages
massages mC 8ges of cheer indeed As every everyword eeryword everyword
word came to those still waiting a acheer acheer acheer
cheer burst forth forthIt forthIt forthIt
It was to be a victory sfter Cter ter all Ham HamJ
Time from Ne New < w York to Philadelphia Ph ladelphia ReducedI Reduced ReducedFrom ReducedFrom
I From Two Days to f hr 51 5 min mm in 137 f 37 Years
1773 1773Stage 1773Stage 1773Stage
Stage Coach Coach2Days
2 2Days Days
1840 1840First 1840First 1840First
First Train
7 Hours
j I
From Left to Right RightGovemer RightGovemerStuart Governor GovernorStuart GovcrncrStuart
Stuart of Pennsylvania Charles K KHamilton KHamilton KHamilton
Hamilton Aviator Mrs N Beaudette BeaudettcHis BeaudetteHis BeaudetteHis
His Mother and Mrs Charles K Hamil Hamilton Hamilton Hamilton ¬
ton Who Greeted the ManBird Upon UponHis UponHit Uponlila
His Arrival At the Quaker City Cityilton CityIlton Cityilton
ilton would get there therea a little late 1at per pt perhap > r rbut
j hap but what hat of that he would ould be bethre bethpre bethere
there safe af and sound and that wag wa the tb tbmln thmin
lm min in point Thenceforth the crowd con contented
j tented itself I IC with settling down to a nI avigil
jvigil vigil I I of watchfulness for the oncomingaviator oncoming omln omlnaviator
I I aviator Pentup emotions of en enthus enthusum enthusearn thus
j j earn and anxiety relieved were ere given full fullplay tullp1y fullplay
i play when at last he descended d nded smiling smilingand smillr smillrand smilirand
and triumphant triumphantPromise triumphantPromise triumphantPromise
Promise of Success SuccessAfter SucceasAfter SuccessAfter
After altshtlnc on the aviation field ai aiPhiladelphia aePblladelJb1a atPhiladelphia
Philadelphia at tJS SS oclock in the morn moroiiutr morn1m mornInc
Inc HanTHon delivered deltv red letters to Coy Governor Covernor Coyornor ¬
ernor Stuirt and Mayor ayor Reyburn fnvr fnvrGovernor fro froGo frotGovernor
Governor Go rnll Hughe H and Mayor Gaynor GaynorT
T 12 t with h only a brief r1e intermission Intenni8 lon for forfood forf forfood
food f for himartf and Ad oil for his machine machineho macblnrted sschinhe
ho < started rted on his return retu Time far his histrio hIstrlu histrio
trio had been a maentnreat triumph triumphthere trhImphthere tiiumphthere
there was every eve oromlfe e thi Uut t it would wouMcontinue wou wouC wouldeoatnue
continue C Ottnue to be so soBut MBut soBut
But Hamilton > n bad flown hardly Be BeenlY ev eventy evcmv
enty mile ml of his hl return f > tnnl trio when hen the theaccident theaccident theaccident
accident occurred which stranded him la lathe IAtM inthe
the salt AU marshes II1aIIIIH near Perth Pen h AmboY AmboYIt
It was as a oil bl after noon yesterday yesterdaywhen yestenlayv1tflt yesteniayihen
when several venal fthern fishermen heI8ft > en who chanced to tobe tobe tobe
be near see r the scene M saw y what appeared appearedto aDPer aDPerI
I to them th m to be b a huge bird descending descendingto deacendlnto
to earth It wa 01 Hamilton HamiltonAfter i iAfter
After iKissinjr iSlJin oer Metuchen the avl avlator avlatQr aviator
I ator had experienced m > much trouble troublewith troubhwith troublewith
with his inarkinc oiuxs that he had de decided deI docided ¬
cided to alight FtOm miles away hi hiM h hd hocrdd
I crdd M d see f > fe what appeared alK < < red Jo to be smooth smoothxre BmOOlhr smoothxreeg
xre xreeg r n iekls ntds Ida surroundlnc Perth etth Ambor Amborbut AmooYbitt Ambovbitt
bitt hi reality they were ere deteotlve d eDttve and andtreacherous andtreAdRrous andtreachcrous
treacherous They held forth a marshy marshJandlm
landing for him and his machine which whichif
if he vmld 1tJ1d have but known he would wouldbavA wouldaVP wouldhave
have aVP avodd avoddS aold aoldS aoiddSevera
S Severa iverai vera times h he circled about with withhis withhis
Ihls his Aiders ldes set gradually gracI uaUy drawing elr awtn nearer nearerthe nearerthe nearerthe
the earth h As Hamilton neared the
rottna two ni 8 sparKing plugs re refused isfused ¬
ru fh plo plos
fused to t work at all With one on last lastsweep lastsweep
sweep s P the aviator made across acro s the Rari Rarltan Ratitan
tan river turned sharply Inland and a amoment amoment I I10ment
moment later the aeroplane had landed landedupon aDdedu
upon u 9n the marsh marshIt I
It was 8 then that Hamilton met with o1thbls I Ihis
his surprise Instead of r finding a 8 Arm Armturf acmturf rm rmturf
turf he h saw that he had alighted in a aso as
sopaBV so s aDd dangerous dan erou8 marsh But the theof i iI II
I I ael3p1ane had landed at ju just t the edge SJ
of a small pond Ond and Its wheels were weresinking wer8sinking weresinking
sinking to the hubs hubsFurther bubsFurther hubsFurther
Further Accidents AccidentsBut AccidentsBut AccidentsBut
j But Hamilton got immediately to work workHe workHe I
He obtained spark sPArk plugs from an auto automobile automobile ¬
mobile and tried to rise from the swamp swampan i
an unprecedented feat His Hi attempt attemptfailed atttUDJtfailed attemptfailed
failed and a 8 propeller was wa smashed on ona ona i
a log He had to wait uatlj unti a patched patchedup I Iup
up propeller the only one available was wasrushed IU
rushed to him by automobile Ie from Goy GOYI
I j I I ernors Island IslandWorking I IslandJ Jand Jandorklng
J Working orklng almost knee k deep in the mud mudof mudof
I of the swamp the aviator and his as assistants assistants assistants ¬
sistants placed the new propeller in inplacesThen inplace
I placesThen place Then willing wllltftgbaDds hands carried the thei t the1 C Clight
i light bjplane into the road while tlIe Ham HamHtons HamI
I Htons machinists begged him not to toj toI toI
i I maKp the accent from there th re Along Al ng a I II
I narrow n8r1o road which gave him only three threeI threeteet
I I feet leeway le w8 Hamilton s std 2m his machine machineftr I II
for f a hundred yards and then took the thear thear thear
I ar missing mlNln the tree tops by b only 8 afew I II
few inches as he mounted mountedt mount mountt
I t was sva just 617 when he went into the theai thenit I Ial
ai nit Higher and higher h her he rose reach reachI Te8chling
I ling lag a 1500foot l500footlevel level before he came to toan toI I Ian
an even keel He explained later that thatin thatIn thatIn
in case of accident to his propeller he hewanted bewanted hewanted
I wanted to try to glide to New York YorkBut YorkBut YorkBut
But there was no further trouble Like Likean Likean I Ian
an arrow arro the little machine sped over overthe overthe
j the land to the Kill von on Kull and up up1e up1e
J iie 1e 1e river rlvt > r to the New iorjc ork bay be where wherewhistle whorehundreds Wherehtlndreds
hundreds oC crafts save < < ave him a roaring roaringwhistle roaringwhistle
whistle salute On toward Governors Go GovernorsIsland nors norsI
Island I land he fled fledSighted fledSighted
4 Sighted By Watchers WatchersIt
It was at 639 that a man with field fieldglasses fieldglas fieldglasses
glasses glas es peering toward Jersey suddenly suddenlydropped sudden suddendropped suddenlydropped
dropped his binoculars binocularsHere binocularsHere binocularsHere
Here he comes he h cried here he hecomes hecomes hecomes
comes comesThe comesThe comesThe
The cry was quickly passed along alongHamiltons alongHamiltons alongHamiltons
Hamiltons coming was as the yell yellHamiltons 3oellHlmlltons yellHamiltons
Hamiltons coming comingArd comingAnd t tArd
Ard so he was The aviator was now nowin no nos nowin
in sl s sht ht of his goal A few seconds now nowonly nowonly nowonly
only separated him frm his destination destinationand
and from victory Within a few te mo moments mOments moments ¬
ments Hamilton was directly above ab e the thepoint thepoint thepoint
point at which he wished to land The Themachine Themacblne Themachine
machine gradually slackened in speed speedand speedand speedand
and with several huge circles he glided glidedgently glidedI glidedgently
gently to the earth earthIt earthIt earthIt
I It was 640 6IOless less thantwelve hours hoursfrom hourstrom hoursfrom
from the time of his start that he heallghtod healighted
alighted n 1 the spot from which he had hadascended hadascende hadascendea
I ascended ascendedThe ascendeThe ascendeaThe
The firs to reach him was his wife wifeilr wifeMr WIfeIr
ilr Ir and Mrs Irs Hamilton kissed each eachother eachother
other affectionately Then Hamiltons Hamiltonsmother Hamiltonsmother Hamiltonsmother
I mother who stood close clos by came up upI
for a greeting too tooThe tooTho tooThe
I The crowd was in a rare good humor humorSo humorSo humorSo
So was Hamilton It was getting dark darkbut darkbut darkbut
but that didnt prevent the aviator lator from fromrecot fromreo from fromrecognizing
recot recognizing ilzing a score of friends Each Eachof Eachof Eachof
of them he grasped by b the hand handQuickly handQuickly handQuickly
Quickly Left Field FieldThere FleldThere FieldThere
There was a buzz of conversation but butHamilton butHamilton butHamilton
Hamilton still smiling evidently evldent1 want wanted wantto wanted ¬
ed to be with those who were nearest nearestand nearcstand nearestand
and dearest to him At t any ait rate he hequickly heClulckl hequickly
quickly withdrew allowing ano I ng his machfne machfneto
to restwhere rest where it had landed but under undercare undercare undercare
care It Ith had hadheen d been be D a great day for Ham Hamilton Haniltonc ¬
ilton and it had been an exciting ope oneThe opeThe opeTh
The Th triumph trl mph was his So 11 ne left the theI theroYfJ thetra
tra roYfJ a1 an1 4ippeared 1 P to eQJoy It
Hamilton m xnde ae the th flight under the theauspices
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Approaching A c Philadelphia Philadelphiathe a ath
the th Philadelphia Public Ledger both bothowned bothownod
owned OJI d by b Adolph Ochs O < hs It is 2akl M he re received recelve xeceiveti ¬
ceived celve JWWOO 1 10UOO OOO for his achievement achievementTAG acnifementTAG achievementTAG
NBW l V YORK June M HWilliam William Smith Smiththe Smiththe Smiththe
the engineer of locomotive No 801 801which iDlwbleh OI OIwhkth
which Dulled the special I train yesterday yesterdayhi yo tenlay tenlayIn
In both directions was dtecuaoiag 1MI Iar the them theiUxrht
flicht m ht with his fireman when a reporter reporterasked reDOrteruked reporterasked
asked him his h1 opinion of Hamiltons HamiltonsWell HamiltonsP8t
feat P8t
Well I dont know kllC W much about those thoeethioJS thosethings
things but Id rather let Hamilton doIt do doit ioit
it than try it myself mY and Ad be laughed laughedas
as he h looked down upon his 2W pounds poundsof > > OUDdsf
of f muscle and bone But say wasnt wasntthat watthat wasntthat
that a great et stunt and didnt that thatyouncster thatyngster
youncster hike it coming cornu north He had badme hadme
me guessing ue elm for a moment And Jim Jimmy Jimmy ¬
my there aointine to toxhte his lineman
had to set a hustle on to keen her heroaled hercoaled
coaled up We e burned ut z the anthra anthracite 8Bthll8cite anthiaCite
cite today sure enou enoudt enoudtTit enoudiThe h
The Tit uluck of the t that young YOUD one Why
hed Just play tax with me as long 10ft as
Id let t him himaDd and sometimes SOfttlmesalittleblt SOfttlmesalittleblt1on a little bit
longer 1on er Hed being brin = that tarnation ma machine
chine of his right rtr t up opposite my m cab b band
and then th n look around at me m kM win rlft as
if f he b were enjovinK enjoy 1m my In sururtee e
Just Ju t see what the kid did Hed let letme letme
me set et ahead of him and Just as I
thought I had his pace down to a T
hed cut loose with ith that machine hlne of his hisDfl
awl Dfl steal up on me and be away a W8 in the
lead before I had much more than a achance 8 8tnnce achance
chance to open OD < n the old gal up Coming ComlnU Comingtsp
U tsp o from Philadelphia in the afternoon
he made me do etehty miles to catch
him and say it was bully
Id like to drive locomotives for that thatman thatman
man Hamilton every day in the week
but the next time I think hed not be beable beable beable 1
able to play pl those tricks of his on me
Id r be ready for him But honest hone t aint
h ho the cute one Hed never let on onwhat onwhat onwhat
what he was trying to do but Just go goahead goahOftd goahead 1
ahead and do it And it takes some someman sometnCln soMeman 1
man to put that kind of thing over overId overurd overId
urd Id like chasing chasin him all right Ham ¬
iltons the real goods Didnt he do doeverything doeerYthing doeverything
everything easy eas No fuss or foatner foatnerJust t ftnerjust < 18tnerju
Just ju t plain getting down to his stride and
keeping It Oh hes a grand young man manId manId manI
Id I like to meet him and have a talk talkwith talkwith talkwith
with him about his machine But you youcouldnt youcouldnt youcouldnt
couldnt get ge me up In one This old oldgal oldgal oldgal
gal patting his panting engine is isPlenty Isplenty isplenty
Plenty fast for an old man like me mebut mebut mebut
but these newfangled thlngs may drive driveivith driveus driveus
us all up u In the air before were through throughor
or those fellows through doln doing stunts stuniswith stuntswith
with them themDid themuD themI1d
uD Did you stop to think while we were werekiting werekiting werekiting
kiting along alon with Hamilton either in intow into
tow to of us or giving us a chance to see seehis seehis e ehis
his propeller working overtime o rt1me that thatyear a ayear ayear
year ago agosuc1 such suci a stunt would have been beencounted beencounted beencounted
counted among the impossibilities impossibilitiesWell
Well VeIl give that gentle art of aviation aviationas
as you call it a fair chance and it may mayshow mayshow mayshow
show us a few tricks before were werethrough werethrough werethrough
through with it itYou ItuYou itYou
You Just tell that young fellow Ham Hamilton HamIlton Hamilton ¬
ilton that he made a hit with me to today toqa to4Ay ¬
day qa and hes welcome to anything rye Ivegot reSOt ryegot
got rd run the blooming old boat al almost a1most almost ¬
most off of the th > tracks If 1 it would do him himany bimnygood himany
any nygood good and I guess ess we all feel the thesum thesam thesant
sum sant > way about nbbutit it Dont we Jimmy JimmyArid JimmyAnd JimmyArid
Arid the fireman nodded Ms whole wholesoul wholesoull wholesoUJed
soul soUJed < id approval of the remark remarkHAMILTONIS r remarkIIAMILTONS mark markHAMJL
NEW NEWYORK YORK June 14 14Mis airs I Charles ChrleK ChrleKHamiltonsaid n rlet K KR
R mlltonsald Hamilton said last night tha sa s was wasliterally w witsllteralli s s11terally
literally Vtfie t1 haPpiestwom e happiest woman n utInethe ln nthe the
1910 f fAeroplane fAeroplane 1Aeroplane
Aeroplane Aeroplanelh51m
1 lh51m h 51 m
world orld wltl the only fly In the t e oint ointment oIntmnt olntnwnt ¬
ment of he complete and unqualified unqualifiedthe
j > > the tribulations of her husband at atSouth atSouth
South Amboy early yesterday afternoon afternoonI
I think his feat is wonderful simply simplywonderful MatplywoDderful simplywonderful
wonderful she said Of 0 course I am amprejudiced amrfrJudlced amrejudIced
prejudiced but I think that speaking of ofIt orIt ofit
It In honest hoDe t frank criticism I am not notexaggerating Dot Dotexaggeratl notexaggeratieg
exaggerating g when I say 88 that Charlies Charliesflight Charliesflight i iIUcbt
flight today was the greatest thing t lng that thathas thatbaa thatbaa
baa been done in aviation la this thiscountry thkcOuntry thiscoantry
country since the Wright flrst rat made madetheir madetheir madetheir
their Inventive lavell Yo experiment at Dayton Daytonand Ilaytonand
and Kitty Hawk HaokIts Ha1cIts
Its a pretty hard job for m Me to tell tellwhat tellwhat
what I do think about It alL First I 1boald Ishould
should say that Charlie won 011 out be beratwe beaue because
cause h h4t < U so splendidly equipped for forthe Corthe fort
the t he work w rk he undertakes He knows knowsery knowsevery
every ery part of the machine he Is driv driving drtv1n drlv1n ¬
ing 1n and he never puts an undue unduestrain uaduestrain unduestrain
strain on any IIY part He is careful al alrhoufh althoup a athough
though people who have seen him in inxhifciUo InhIDiUon inshibition
xhifciUo flights will laugh at me mepvrhapa mevrbpe meprhaps
pvrhapa for or saying y1ng so B But t he is isue 18TltertlNleMi IsirertbaIeie
ue TltertlNleMi erth lesfi and he always errs OB OBthe 011the
the slJe Be of caution cautionNothing cautionNothing
Nothing happens happe to Charlie be because ¬
cause < be discounts dt coUDW what h he IE l going goingto
to do Ions before h he does It Charlie Cnarlleplane CbarUedoeftt
doeftt JUt 10 out sad A fly an n aero acreplane
plane and make tKos t OIJ wonderful dips dipsand dipsand dipsand
and glides Udes of his hi without understand understanding un ntand ntandng ¬
ing ng all about his machine cblne and its cap capabilities eapIbUitie capzbillties ¬
abilities and possibilities He ha haconclusion hartaaoned has hasrtaaoned
rtaaoned eyery move Ott t to a logical loglcalaclu logicalconclusion
conclusion aclu > > loa and because be has done doneI =
4 < I feel safe whenever he tries any anyihinff anyiin
ihinff iin however dangerous it may be beWas MHWaJI beWas
Was 1 nervous at t the start of hi hilitght hllilght hititght
litght today Yes and no I was ner nervoua nerY netvous
voua Y < ua but only because I did ao o Yo Yohim wanAim wan wanhim
him to b M successful and I was afraid afraidthat afraidthat traidthat
that something might Ight happen to him himr
A r 2 his machine that would IH be serious aeriouenough seriousenough rlou rlouenou
enough enou to Interrupt th the night al ht or die disrupt dieII1t diertpt ¬
rupt his plans plansI p
HI I am L < U glad that Charlie broke all allAmerican allAmerlcm allAmerican
American record I am proud that thatI
I never felt th the slightest anxiety for forhis torhis forhi
his hi safety at any A time during dtlrln the theJournev theI thejourney
journey I knew kBe he would win out outIt outIt outIt
I It was in his heart to do these the things thingsand thingsI thingsand
I and they Just bad to come out some somei somehow
i how howj howjMOTHER howMOTHER
NEW EW YORK June 14 14It If there could couldhave couldhave couldhave
have been any one happier than Ham Hamiltons HamIltoas HamIltons ¬
iltons wife it must have been Mrs rs N NIf xr
I If r Beaudette B udette his mother who ho wltnees wltneesrd witne s sp
rd p her sons remar reDlrbIe cable recordbreak recordbreaking ¬
ing flight from th thu3peclal thu special train She Shewas
I I was as as happy h JtPy as a 1 school girl over the thetermination thei thetermination
i termination termlD tIon of Hamiltons Journey JourneyFrom journeL journeyFrom
i L From the time when Mrs rs Beaudette BeaudetteI B9udetteeeted Beaudettegreeted
I greeted eeted her son at his Philadelphia PhiladelphiaI PhiladelphiandIng
j I landing Bdtng place Iace with lOt a Well done doneCharlie doneI doneCharlie
Charlie Chart Ie till she welcomed him in the theevenl theevening
I I evening evenl at Governors Island Mrs MrsI Irs Irsl
JBeaudette l Beudette said she had bad the finest anestday finestday linestday
day of her life lifeCharlie lifeCharUe lifeCharlie
Charlie achieved what hat he sought to todo todo todo
do Isnt I nt that enough for any mother motherto
to know kIlO about her son when the thing thingperformed thingpertormed thingperformed
performed was a meritorious praise praisei praiseworthy
i worthy orthy accomplishment she said It Itis ItIs Itutterly
is utterly impossible for me to tell you youhow youhow youI
I how I feel about it Happy as a 8 school schoolgirl schoolgirl schoolgirl
girl doesnt dO Sl1t begin be ln to express it ItI itI
j i I I feel the way my daughterinlaw daughterinlawi
i does about Charlies work He is happy happyin
l in it he does it conscientiously be henever bei benever
i never MV breaks his word about a start startor startLot
Lot or an attempt he doesnt fear the winds windsi windsth8t windsthat
i that really reall are not dangerous if an avi avihandle aviI vl vli
j i atar Is clever enough to know boW to tobandle tohandle
handle himself and he never either eitheri eitherboasts
i i boasts about what bt he can do or runs runsdown runsI 3
I down the accomplishments or lack of ofI otaccomplishments
I accomplishments of others othersThere othersThere othersThere
There were times today tOOa when I was wasuncomfortable wasipicomfortable S
uncomfortable about Charlies effort but butI
I was uncomfortable for him not real really
ly about him I knew hed succeed He Healways Hehas Healways
always has succeeded In everything hes hestried bestried hestried
tried and while todays toda s flight was a alittle alittle alittle
little more ambitious am IUous than anything he bebas hehas
has over attempted before he was cer certain cerlain
tain of success before he started be because because because ¬
cause he had thoroughly t prepared him himself hlmselt himself ¬
self for the tem tesvHARD teSlIARD temHARD
When Teacher Has Coffee Habit HabitBest HabitBet HabitBest
Best Is best and best will ever live liveWhen llveWhen liveWhen
When a person feels this way laY about Postum Postumthey Postumthey posunthey
they are glad to give testimony for the thebenefit thebenefit th thbcncfit
benefit of others othersA o hcrs hcrsI
A school teacher down In Miss says saysI
I 061 I had been a coffee drinker since my mychildhood myI mychildhood
I childhood and the last few years ears it had hadInjured hadI ha hainjured
Injured me seriously
I One cup of coffee taken at breakfast breakfasti breakfastwould
i would cause mo to become so nervous nervousthat
I I that I could scarcely go through with the thedays thedays
I days duties and this nervousness was wasi
i often accompanied by deep de p depression depressionI
I of spirits and heart palpitation palpitationI palpitationItom
I Itom am a teacher by profession and andwhen andwhen
when under the influence influ nco of coffee had hadto hadto
I to struggle s le against crossness when in the theschool theI theschool
I school room roomi
I i I When tebdng tB dnJ this over over with my phy
fsidan r sician he suggested that Itry Itr Postum so I Ipurchased Ipurohascda Ipurchased
purchased a package pac go and made it carefully carefullyaccording
I according to directions found it excellent excellentof
II of flavour apd nourishing
Ulna In ashort a shert time Inoticed I noti ed very 1IY graIl Kratilife JIatlI graIllying
I titi lying < e1Ie effeczs < ls My If nervousness dlsap dlsapI
I I petred red Ifas I sns not 1rrItaed by 1DY pupils pupilsI
I life seemed s lull f l of sunshine i itroubled and my heart hertI
I troubled troubl d me no longer longerI
I I attribute my change in health and andspirits andsplrits andsplrits
splrits to Postum alone aloneRead aloneRc aloneI
I Read Rc d the little book The Road to towoUVUto too
woUVUto o in pkgs Theres Theresa Ther s a aEverread Henson KeasonEverread HensonEver
Everread Ever r ad the above lb ve letter 1 tter A new ncwone newone nwone
one appears apje rs from time to t time They Theyare Theyare Theyare
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WILLEMSTED CHracao JVM J 14 MNews 14News 14News
News reached here today of f f the wreck wrecking WlMkIng wreckbig ¬
ing of the government efcooner Van VaaHerdt TaaHerdt VanHerdt
Herdt and the drowning drowam of all aboard aboardwith MonIIth sheetilwith
with Ith the exception of four sailors nor norone ad adone sadone
one pfseenger pfl8 eDger off the northeast coast coastof ce8tor coastof
of Cvracao D cao Sunday Sunda night t It 4s not yet yetknurn Tetknu yetknot
knot knu how many passenger en were wereaboard wereaboanl wereaboard
aboard the schooner but as a rule sb sbdid aim aimdid
I Idid
did not carry more than a dozen dozenThe dosesThe I
The Ave survivors reached here today todaybut t0da7but todaybut
but they were In such a Mate of ex exhaustion exhautlon exhaustion ¬
haustion that they could give no co coherent c0herent onherent ¬
herent account of the disaster They Theysaid Theysaid Theysaid
said the Van Herdt which was sound BouBclfrom heundftGin soundfrom
from Venezuelan ports to this city w went weatshore wentashore nt ntashore
ashore during a heavy fog Sunday SuIMla night nightTry BightTIy nightTry
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steamer Dundoaiaa afloat She groaadlast ground grounded ¬
ed last night near Cape Hoary H6BIYwith Loaded Loadedwith Landedwith
with Iron she was bound frosi rom Cuba to toBaltimore toa1tlmore toBaltimore
Baltimore BaltimoreWhat BaltimoreWhat a1tlmoreWhat
What Congress Did DidIN
The nomination of Sidney BIeber as eel eelhector
I lector of the port of Georgetown Geor3MowngaJn was wascgaln wasagain
again withdrawn withdrawnSenator withdrawnSenator withdrawnSenator
Senator Owen Ow secured ecu couJdssstlos Jiteratton of ofbis ofbls ofhis
his constitutional een UtudoRal amendment amet ml1rBt provid providing providIng providlug ¬
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direct vote of the t e people peopleSenator peopleSeaalor peopleSenator
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