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THE WASHINGTON TBIES. SATTRT) V Y, 3LVY 11, 1018.
i f rcr Allied Lines Advance Near Locre and Prisoners Taken, Is Report of Gen. Haig ; . : : : - . - - u . 0. S. ARTII I FRY! General Foch's 560-Mile STARTS FIRES (Contlnnec? trem-S3rst Page.) I Arncrtcans'-pad reached a point only 100 T'-MTtt" B"t i-"ny -wire. The vjtjrjrntiy jOI'Jlfid!9iI.but 1 Thau wn up -on thsv-erratne-nd i KYeuae rftreFTronCs. " t PRISfftAKEN, : 1 1 lu 1 lUiiUli lUil uni PAH1S. May 11. "Active artillery pftghtine" around Grivesne (where IAtnerlcans are !n the line), and LlIailly-RameYal (four miles north- wrd), was reported by the French rtwar office today. A, surprise attack north of Grrrea- pes resulted in the capture, of fifteen prisoner- A .mrnoF operation in tne jnoreun I -wood (two miles northeast of Mallly- llameval), care the French thirty- , sine prisoners and several machine sruns. . Various raids southeast of Mont I 4idier and" fn the Woevere region net- I ted some PIJtson.ers pnd jmateraL U.S. BOMBARDMENT BLOCKS FOE RAID WITH THE AMERICAN ARMT IN "TRANCE. May 11. American artillery Friday morning- co-operated with the French runs in preparing the way for a French raid in the sector of the Aprement forest (on the Woevre plain). The bombardment lasted two hours and was so intense that It was plainly heard In Toul. between sixteen and seventeen miles away. Previous to the raid the Americans on the French right flank created an Infantry diversion. Our patrol entered the Tillage of Apremont, but found no Germans. It returned through a bar rage fire that the German .batteries laid down. F.F President Wilson today placed in the bands of Felix Frankfurter, of New Tork and Washington, the task f whipping into form a national la bor policy jtar.JLhe. war. Frankfurter's appointment makes him "labor administrator" under Sec retary of Labor Wilson. He will Im mediately co-ordinate the work of ail the numerous labor adjustment bodies bow existing in the Government. Frankfurter is associated with the ouas! radical labor element, and was a member of the President's labor In vestigation commission which in quired into the Mooney case, among others, in the West. He returned re cently from England, where he stud led labor conditions Secretary of the Navy Daniels, by executlve order, will direct Franklin Roosevelt, now handling navy labor problems, to co-operate with Frank jurter By similar action Secrtary Baker Is expected to delegate Stan ley King, handling War Department labor problems, to work under Frank m I REAR OF EM'S LINES1 RAN mm HEA DS NEW LABOR BOARD FOR WAR furter, and a member of the shipping board labor adjustment commission , Is expected to complete Frankfurter's i I txanization. ) This board will pass on all l ar labor problems In the , iftA t i i lnin J ts Afr lMfta hm ' , sitingrMrirrarBTrTattar difficulty I Under-Piwnh furter -direction the registration of labor and distributing It will be definitely organized. Ills will be the task of reducing the labor torn-over, now 100 per cent a week In some places, and see that the least possible lost motion is experienced in shifting men from one vital war job ; to another STAG HOTEL 604-606-608 9th Street Take Elevator Bom ROOKS In ctu Putroot Scot; rtcl eeulax: showr bats, toilet and lavatory: teltphoooo; Prrncb windows; writing UMu; eiotal lookrro: obooo sfclnrd WHJa von dorp. cto. ErerrUihis sani tarr Spoeul wtokty rato. Look 'fa over. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR W. B. WILSON, Secretary To Manufacturers and Employers: When visitinff Washington take time to become acquainted with the work of the U. S. Employment Service. Before re taining to your home, telephone Manufacturers' Vquiry Division, Main S-174, Branch 122 or 128, and find out what Federal Employment Office is nearest your plant, and whom to see there about your needs. Our firrt job is to get workers for plants enjtajred in war work; but we want to help all employers secure the workers required. J. B. DENSMORE, U. S. Employment Service Director General. Hotel Gordon, 16th & Eye Sts. Rciidests of Washington should call at 1410 Pennsylvania ..- , - avenue or telephone Main S474. I iMMc-tJbs2r--..iJ&St &&. 'i5 SeMfsS-'i . .WT5S!.?3L2tt E g-g.,ra:mf-?. ,; .., --yv.r. j: jr r anUMTVrcMnR) .niwW i urn 1 1 urn .'M'MPff -La Tab?!" "tV J1 LLssEaz3 jBiMWAiidiitftfcARt AlLiLdc2ATiOsiViX? U5si;lwklii43ft;Jt"l'S?J?Br553E' IassBsi5BilsssaB!lw3aSa3ffi s IssTssTSsS iiS il ill'" I IIW lit li '' i I i . I H I I P I M.f' J'riTfLi1ta-UJlf,'W" .jr-w'M"--!- B0RGL1 LETTERS SHOW HE KEPT UP ' By DAVID LAWRENCE. (Continued from First Page ) Suplee, who is one of the principal accusers of Mr. Borglum. Notwithstanding Mr. Borglum's blanket denials, the telegrams and letters show activity in the new or- , conization subsequent to the time of receiving the iresiaenrs leiier. ana Kenyon Mix, of the Dodge Manufac turing Company, swears that on Jan uary 15. Mr Borglum showed him the President's letter and said he had but 'to requisition correspondence, orders, foundation, plans, etc, from any department of the Signal Corps and they would be forthwith placed in his hands." Here is evidently a wrong use of the President's letter, for Mr. Mix had not been in Washington in any Official position and could not be of nse in the investigation because he was a total stranger to It, but it Is the claim of both Mr. Mix and Mr Suplee that Mr. Borglum showed them the letter so as to impress upon them the Importance of his connection wjtb. the Government. Vice President Marshall knows Mr. Mix and Mr. Suplee very well, and vouches for their high repute and good character. In fact, they told him about the Borglum negotiations the moment they began to suspect intrigue and irregularity. Mr Mix doesn't deny that it was Tie who suggested the formation of the new company early in December, but there is nothing to show that the sculptor disconnected himself abso lutely from the project when he got the President's letters. Active Im OrzanUarleo. In fact the letters add telegrams . v.... it, ti,., mH Mr. pU.u ......... .-.- Mix on the one hand and Mr. Gibson , and Mr. Mix on tne ouier nana, an ui un several occasions iuict no rrcmvca .n.i. -. ..,.. .ove. tend tolthat authorization I mentlonei the uro- " -- "-- r::7. , prove mat a-u inrac iauniuui, .. ct w w w .-.. .... ..- active In the organization of the new project, not having been definitely or company In the two weeks following ganlzed and be said: receipt by Mr. Borglum of power to conduct an investigation. Washington hao been deeply stirred by the charges. Of course no one thinks they will be in any way "smoke screen" or squelch the real investiga tion of delays and Incompetence in handling the aircraft program, but the general belief Is that the expose ef fectually disposes of the wild charges of graft and dishonesty which, by In sinuation Mr. Borglum hurled at of ficers of the Signal Corps and mem bers of tie aircraft production board Delay and mistakes of judgment admittedly there have been, and re sponsibility is going to be fixed, but eerruotlon has not been proved, and no one seriously believes It will or Can be The general opinion, how- erer, was that as an accuser, Mr. Borglum's status had undergone con- slderable cha ge overnight. What he has to say will be carefully Investl- eated. but be will have to prove his assertions mere accusation will not carry conviction. BRITISH LOSE 40,004 aNWMOFflGmTNG LONDON, May 11 British casualties officially published during the pat week totalrd 40,00. The were di vided as follows: Killed. Wonrxlod. Ulnlnr. Total I Officers.. 57S 1,630 3CS 2.370 Men 5,039 2G.8F9 4,901 37.423 Totals 6.21 G 2819 S.269 40,00-i It ywa rail !t oor war," be oure yea have yeur ineoeae tax receipt. im' rS$:5$ft,' abater ar-ssgs-'-''gsfr'' 1 ? s5? j y.-rcl J '.'I .1. ' -L.. JP.. 39 H.Pr.riRfcWr, K. ERB&fcCtf&i Hr vwrj!Lr:i..v-. (. iy-" rvr3V &EMUSO! k1QO. M '&&')&&&$. SSjajrVCKxTla ?322???5 GIBSON ASSERTS BORGL UM A VOIDED BUSINESS DEALS NEW TORK, May 11. Hugo C Gibson, named in connection with the charges against Gution Borglum. makes a staunch defense of Mr. Borg lum. Mr. Gibson Is an assistant in the purchasing department of the Brit ish Military Mission, with offices in the Equitable building. In a formal statement he defended the parts played by him and Mr Borglum in the proposed airplane corporation. Informally he told the entire story of the affair. Including the method by which the Dodge Man ufacturing Company entered into It. Ha said 'Mr. Borglum immediately sev- ered all connection with the scheme moroeni rresiaeni wiison gavo ,hra autn nr tv in I n V t Ifrft f A thf 1 1". pjane situation i; . . L5 - ..-. - . X UVII t. ijafc IM WM MlUUi don't want to have any business deal ings while I am doing what I am doing. It I am going to clean up this scandal ous situation in any way or help to do It I can't have buslnes interests of my own.' Gibson's Formal Statement. "Mr. Borglam felt very strongly about the aircraft production situation. He considered it a scandal and rotten. I think when these charges are shifted a good financial reason for their being made will be discovered." In bis formal statement Mr. Gibson said "Mr. Borglum, In December, In tended to engage in a commercial enterprise In which I should have been Interested. "After he had received authority from rresident Wilson to investigate th .irrr.ft situation, he withdrew' entirely from any of the tentative arrangements being made for that ' rommerr lal enterprise, giving as his reason, to me. inai ne consiaerea and. In fact, has consistently avoided any discussions on such occasions when I have touched upon the sub ject In conversation. Surprised II r Suplee. "I do not understand the object of the statement purporting to eome from Henry Harrison Suplee. I met hlm on not miore than two occasions, i And hj neither authority nor oppor- i tunity. nor did I say I could, or might ! Influence orders for aeroplanes "In reply to a question I have some patents which would have been one of the basis of that commerlcal enterprise "In reply to a question as to the Mix affidavit Mr. Rnrglum had no confidential connections with the Government that I knew of at the time. In reply to a question as to why Mr Borglum was valuable in con nection with the commercial enter prise Mr Borglum wa,i interested in a propeller de&lgn of his own, or a suggestion, and dlcusHcd it with me because I know something about pro pellers. Admit Talk Wltk Mia. "In reply to a question, 'Did Mr. Iiorglum come to you?' He did net come to me. I did not go u mm mutual acquaintance Introduced us I Our commercial relations ceased I when he told men that he had tho letter from President Wilson" Going Into the genesis of his deal-I Ings wjth Mr Borglum. Mr Gibson ' said "Our mutual friend knew of our dual activity as entirely incompaiiDie "'"- ne came 10 the united States 1 , b . th wom,n ,.,, injury . ... 'i.i .... t..n .,,," him. i in IDOi: tn no-lot . i i...j 4i again, oui mo women eacapea injur? MTiui mo DUB1I..UU u ". . !. ,.". :.'""' ." -"""Y Mrs. Cook appealed to King to "If I"- . ifh.T: .r. ".Vf" :Lanu'acl.u""'" into the house and get some of "Since he maae uiai suirarai lo .... .. ..,.. ,,.,, ,.-L 1Jle r0ra jiuior ,,,., wi,- e rnv- m- ,. v.. T,nt even discussed the I l ompai v In the so-calle nroDosed commercial undertaking,! J similar Interests la aeroplane pro-(him Battle Front I ELD MARSHAL HAIG last nloht announced the two-day battle over a flve-mlle front south west of Ypres (A) hat ended In an allied victory. The Franco British line has been re-established. A renewal of he German supreme offensive between Amiens and Albert (B) Is predicted by military experts. The star on the map show the posi tion of American troops south east of Amiens, northwest of Toul and en the Italian front marked (C). In addition to the British, French, American and Italian armies on the long line from the North 8ea to the Adriatic, General Foch has com mand of the Cosmopolitan Army of Manoeuvre, which Is held In reserve. n 8fc pellers, and for that reason brought us together. Mr. .Borglum's ideas were for the design of a propeller, mine for methods of manufacture. "Late In November or early In De cember, In pursuance of a plan for the possible manufacture of propel lers, we went to Dayton, where we paid a visit to the aviation field. In specting a battleplane equipped with a Liberty motor. It was for that type of battleplane that we proposed to make propellers We inspected j the machine to determine the exact type of propeller required. j "On our way back to the East we j were discussing the situation In Its various aspects In the smoking com- t pBrimcm ui a xruuraan car. lacrc was a joung man there who appeared to be interested In our conversation. "Finally he introduced himself. He Kenyon W Mix. Jr of the Dodee ,.".J:CT '. ""' Jr- OIlne "ooge juouiwiurmif vompinr lie naa sur ficlent material with him to convince us that he was interested In airplane production and his credentials were all right. "He Indicated that his comDanr was 'fiftewSxUii R&&&t&&&imMJEMStt ve3kVS5SSSeKS -V ' .' r i 'Tf.S- I'jssy Tni 1 1 ' n i i" a w in ' ii ' n' I ' ' - '-' i T-'i-sSta SgeheEggaafflgaagsagc ABjpsagf jq. ifset&&Fm ssjsjss&v'sssvcssbz - wrwww i Interested In production of airplane UOOK 8 Doay was ,ouna wnn Du' Darts and would be clad for more let wound in the head this morning business along that line. We proceed ed to go Into the proposition thor- oughly. Conferences were later held In New Tork. Did Sfo Know TtarrU. ( "I met Mr Suplee only on-e or twice, and I scarcly know Mr. Harris. I who Is referred to as scheduled to be th representative or dummy for Mr Borglum in the company. I "I think there were two discus-' sions of the proposed corporation In New York. The Dodge people were going to do the manufacturing. "Then Mr Iiorglum announced that ' he had received the lettor from Presl- I dfnt Kllion and would have to drop his part The whole affair later died of inanition Mv sole interest in it is "iat I proposed to become a stock- holder, and some of my patents would i have cone Into the conmanv. iiuro j uioson i an Hngllsli en- d Selden pat ent case Kord won Gibson since that time has promoted various enterprises One of thtm uas the Auto-1'ed. a motor-propelled vehicle on which man stood 5 reSdlltn11'1' T reservedly, knUon Borrlnm brands the charges of Kenyon C. Mix. of the' DodKe Manufacturing Company, that he sought to use his connection with President Wilson as Investigator of ' the aircraft production situation to forward an airplane enterprise of his own. 'This scurrilous frame-up, which I charge It to be, has been In the hands of the Government for months," Borglum said in a state ment upon his arrival last night from Washington, "and Is now sprung when It has finally become eiident that I shall persist until the airplane failure Is honestly and thoroughly investigated. "Tool of Deeds." The charges of Mix, a confessed tool of Deeds, and Mix's engineer, are lies unreservedlj, both In In ference and statement, as applied to me In anything I ever did directly or Indirectly that was Improper In my capacity as a representative of the President "On the contrary. Mix sought my assistance to helD him And men of aeronautic ability, and other aid that would enable him to produce, or re- produce, a small. plane he had In mind, and mv rTr- sver to assist ' to stimulate interest In - PHOTOS BY FLYERS SHOW HARBOR AT OSTENDBLOCKED LONDON. May 1L British aviators have photographed Ostend confirming that Friday morning's enterprise against the submarine was entirely successful, and that) the fairway Is now locked. The old cruiser Vindictive, which was sunk at the entrance to the harbor, was manned by fifty-two volunteers, lnclud- 1 lng a lieutenant commander and four 'engine room attendants who had taken part in. the Zeebrugge attack. The Germans scented trouble and owned fire with British shore batteries. ! Eleven, sir. and four-Inch shells were .. a i ,. TJlw v I mrown snwiuu wuca uia ciiiuii n. forces were still two and a half miles off shore. Meanwhile aeroplanes began to bom bard Ostend and long range guns in Flanders were turned against the Ostend Auction he had in ramd. There Is I absolutely nothing else in the story." j Gibaen slakes Denial. Hugo C Gibson, assistant here In the munitions purchasing depart ment of the British military mission, who was mentolned by Mix In con nection with his enrages against Borglum, defended himself and Borglum in the following statement: "Mr. Borglum washed his hands of all connections with negotiations looking to our organisation of an airplane manufacturing enterprise as soon as President Wilson granted him authority to investigate the handling of aircraft, production." FAMILY IN FLIGHT TO ESCAPE SHOTS; IN ENDS LIFE After drlvinc his family from his home with a shower of revolver bul ' UPOrBe "mra v-wk. .orly- seven years old. a painter, 140 1 fcwann street northwest, is dead today The noiire believe h committed suicide .. . . . . ... .... by his" wife when she returned home after spending the night nt the home of a trien Acting Coroner Carr wllI hoid an autopy and an Inquest at the morgue .Monday Maurice H. King, a paper hanger 1803 Fourteenth street, entered the home yesterday after Mrs. Cook, her sister and their two nieces had fled, and found the pistol with which Cook did the shooting , ...., Shoots at Women. Mr- Cook says her husband reached home last night showing the effects 0f whiskey. He started a eontro- i ""' nu.', " "r?u , " 'and her sister and nieces. versy and then fired the pistol at her "I'll fix everything before I go" Cook shouted. "I'm going to clean i out this place" , go her lying across the bed. the pistol on the floor King pocketed tho revolver and took the clothing to Mrs. Cook. The police believe Cook was dead when Klnir entered the. mom The room was dark, and King did not no- i tice the bullet wound, and thought h". Mrs Cook, her ..,. St-- ft.,. f.. ..,. .,t ih. tatter1 two daughters. Hfile'and Net- tie. Cook broke chairs and scattered dMies about the rooms. Cook bought the pistol In Baltimore recently Dctectlvo Mullen found fifteen bul lets lodged in the nails CARMEN'S STRIKE TIES ; i UP ROCHESTER LINES ROC!inSTi:n. N. Y . May 11 Peo ple of Rochester were obliged to walk to business this morning. Not a street car is running, und trucks and auto mobiles were in demand all over the city today The tie-up by the strike is complete SOLDIERS IN FRANCE . WRITING TO MOTHERS WITH TUB AMriRH-AVS is rr nimi St.. 11 ll,inrf.l. . i.. t.r. mill leave Pleardi- for tn,.r.n mothers Sunday I jn dugouts. - m boxes " d i . srtasslssMsMI T7 ftian ..Inaitail tti.1 AVilfre i district 'When the sea fog rolled away the British sent out a smoke screen uhlch completely hid the vessels. It was so thick that It could not be penetrated even by searchlights. The Germans kept up their gunfire, seeking out the Vindic tive, but the shells missed the monitors and motor boats. The Vindictive groped along the coast for half an hour seeking the bottle- necked harbor. Finally the Germans be gan to send up high-power snells reveal ing the pierheads nearby. The bow of the cruiser was Jammed against one pier, while the stem swung across the channel grounding aft. Explosives were fired, sending the Vindictive to the bottom. A motor boat dashed alongside, taklnfc off the officers and thirty-eight men. They were carried to the Commodore Lyne's flagship, the Warwick. Another motor boat returned and took off a lieutenant and two men who had been wounded. DOG ATTACKS GIRL. Thirteen-year-old Emily Brown. 3710 Georgia avenue northwest, today Is nursing a wound on her right arm received yesterday when bitten by a dog. The gjrl was .at play in the yard of Fark View School when the animal bit her. The wound was treated by Dr. E. E. Roberts, 3C25 Kew Hamp shire avenue. Mrs. Brown, the girl's mother, has asked the Health Depart ment to have the dog. which Is at the pound, killed. irSs jtfafc.--Wb-iwi Jsr; 5nW Another Perfect Baby Is A Real Prodigy mm? If 'iK I Tliiilr" ''-sfe' j '1 fe - s&- I! FRANCES HALL GREGORY. Prances, the nine-month-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Gregory, of 806 North Carolina avenue southeast, has been designated as Washington's second perfect baby, by the physicians at Baby Measuring Center No. 6, where she underwent her examination in the present savc-thc-babies campaign. Frances, as you can see, was very much interested when The Times photographer took her picture. 'PERFECT BABY, NINE MONTHS 0LD.WALKS I A L lA 0, Hllld I LLO ! i Huron Willis Strawser. Washing ton's first perfect baby, has a rival Alone yesterday in the honor and distinction of being recognized as a v..,e.H, K.K. k.. t.M ndvall-htl. In charge of the save-the-babies exami j nations throughout the city. Huron. ' norVe'a Ved iThare"1 laurels with ninc-month-old Frances Hall Gregory, of 800 North Carolina avenue southeast. Children's examination renter No j 0, one of thoso examining the cits s, oungsters during the baby welfare campaign, has pronounced the little 'girl a perfert babi. ami his mother Mrs, Alexander. Grcgorj, is just full of Pf'de Here are some facts about Frances She has nlreadv out eir-ht 'eh A result, she looks lth patronum I BOCHE ULTIMATU1VI CAP1TALXHURCHES ORDERS BOLSHEVIK PLANDBSEMNCE T0D1SBANDARMY OFTMffiMT MOSCOW, May 11. Count von Mir bach, German ambassador to Russia, has Issued an ultimatum to the not ehevik government, demanding that It stop arming troops and disband those already armed. He also declared the question or transporting German prisoners of war back home must be setuea quicitiy. McADOO'S ILLNESS STUBBORN. Secretary of the Treasury McAdoo. ill at his home here, is not respond ing ranldlr as had been expected to medical treatments. The attack of tonsilitis. with which the Secretary Is suffering, found htm worn out at the close of his strenuous Liberty loan campaign and is proving stub born. Indulgence upon a fourteen-month-old child of her acquilntance who has cut but three. Frances goes to sleep without rocking, and without sucking on a bottle of milk. She even talks walks and whis tles. She can identify a dog prompt ly and does so by remarking "bow wow'" whenever she sees one She whistles gleefully nt the family par rot. And she toddles around real bravely Hero are her measurements Weight. 18 pounds; height. 27 inches, waistline, lG'-j inches: width of chest, 18 Inches; head measurement. IT inches. The baby's mother said that she followed the rules of the Wheeler diet Kitchen, center No. 15. In rearmir her I child. "They lire very simple said 1 she; "for instance, here are some of "' -1 -,..-.-.., . BRIGHTWO ODITES FAVOR mTtlTTrPf P 1 TT AIT TTPTFTft JDil ttlCAilUN llUUllo luzens of Ilrlghtwood warn Idem n t tion ii'k.t-, from street car ndu-ors hen tho are held up in transit f-ir nu.r. than fle minutes Tin' was mam fe.ted ai a meeting of the Itightnood miens Association last night ho senate bill No 420, providing for such issuance of tickets, was unantmouslv udu aeu. General Pershing a few days ago is sued a general order to the commandim officers and troops In France to cell brate Mother's Day by writing a letts to their mothers "over here" and- this keep home ties and memories alive. The nation will take the order to itself and tomorrow Washington will attem church service where the theme of thi sermons will be "Mother" and her Inflj ence the world over. "Behold Thy Mother" will be tbtsui Ject of the morning sermon by the Rei F. Paul Ianghorne, pastor of the Pet worth Church. The sermon at the eve nlng service will be. "Should a Gooi Samaritan FljhtT" Marshall To Preside. Vice President Thomas R. Marshal will be the chairman at a patriotic ran, at the Belasco Theater tomorrow after noon at 3 o'clock when Commands Evangeline Booth of the Salvation Arm) will be the principal speaker, her them being "The Stars and Stripes." A. must cal program will be offered. At the Ninth Street Christian Church Ninth and D. streets. "The Blessa Mother" will be the subject of the Rev George A. Miller. He will preach n "Mind and Matter" In the evening. At the Second Baptist Church tomoi row morning Major Pullman, superia tendent of police, will address the Simp son Men's Class. At 11 o'clock the Rei Howard L Stewart will preach on Ta Perfume of Mary's Bottle." At the Immanuel Baptist Church U morrow mornlnr. the Rev. G. G. John son will preach on "A Surprising Answe to Mother's Prayer." Mr. n. rlni vltch. of Russia, will speak at th evening services on "The Millenium." "Your Mother and Mine." will b the topicof the sermon oCJhe Ret James L. Gordon at the- mornlni services at the First Congregations Church, his evening subject beini "Lord Byron and His Eccentri Mother." The Flsk Jubilee Singer will sing old plantation melodies a the evening service. Mrs- Fltsalmmons Billed. One of the features of the morn log services at the Church of th Covenant will be the opening of th. second new gallery with 150 seatt Communion will be observed at th morning services, and the Rer. Dt Charles Wood will preach on "Th Moral Strain of the City and th Camp." The Rev. James Shera Montgomery of the Calvary Methodist Church, wil preach on "The Most Popular Sin li the World" In the morning. The series of Sunday evening' set mons on,J"The Soldier's Uniform" wil be concluded by the Rev WaTlac Radcliffe -at" the- Kew Tork Avenu Presbyterian CHfircb" tottdrrow, whet he will take up the subject of Thr Sword of the Soldier." Mrs. "Bob" FItzslmmons, wife o the late prize-fighter, will speak a Memorial Church, Seventh Day Ad ventlsts, 1210 Twelfth street, tomor row night on the founding and male tenance of six rescue homes for glrli BURNED TO DEATH. 1,000 FEET IN THE All , PENSACOLA. Fla.. Mar 1L Whei their aeroplane burst Into (limes in mid lair. hlle on ap ractlce flight off Ssnti Rosa late yesterday. Richard c McCatla 'of Toledo. Ohio, was burned to death , and George F Henderson, of I'awtucket IR. I wa probably fajaljy burned, t was learned here- todayt - ' '' McCalla and Henderson were tudsn- aviators from the naval station The i were flying about one thousand feet alH tude when the accident occurred Ni 1 hope Is held for the recovery of Hendet son, who was barely alive when fount in tne wreck. Jirter Eating Drinking Smoking HaveaVhil! It is tne mint to sweeten the breath, delight the palate and aid the digestion VIVIL Th Pappy Mint Jntt pare extract ef rosasnuntaada Im d it. Nothacclnbntthe purest nr. Errj tkias; in Vml tMM sood and dot good. TiarsTjow count thl double trentth (ablets or refined nie, hp adSsToria isitbiia that do ndt bols ot pUl ia your pocket. CZc Eatiytshtr AboineJt in Wlnletftten fiator V9&tvnm$ gyp I i SMfl t"lfe-ssrVrV ,x ..0 lis siij