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THE WASHINGTON TDIES. 'WEDNESDAY. MAT 15. 1918.
Airmail Start Is Made Without Hitch Before Crowd That Jams Potomac Field 1 PRESIDENT IS jW? CHEERED AS HE 1 INGLES WITH PEOPLEINPARK Continued from rir-t rig) the air m th an fa llfl nj: tllcht ni - ri linjr lh i"-!" ti !! In a Em.-.ful uffpfm altini'lonn I' the President and thousand? chfrd headed northra-! in a beclinr, deslin uj for PhiUdelplua. The machine piloied hy l.i.-ut. Bovte former AJhtncton now -paper 'nui jnd now a member of :he aviation corps of the arm. carried H 600 and some odd nieces of fWt ia ? mail matl?r. abou half of tliejn fSf Xc" " ork. and k me Daianie Ior-l'miflTlMpniH anu joiner itie. in nearly eery section) For he t ounir The mot important pieoe. was of ! course the 'letter from rnsimaslcr (General Burlejon to roBtmasttr Thomas G. Patten, of New- Veik.iinclv posed with Postmaster General Presiden t Witbon canceled the stamp, on this lenrr and autographed it on the small tab from the bottom of the sheet of xtampx. whirh was left on. Th re were many other memorable communn-aiions, practically all . of them of a historic or souvenir char acter Bid Sireeiheart Farewell. Lieutenant Royle, when he stepped Into his machine, after bidding his t-weetheart farewell, and shaking the hand of officials from the President! down. was evidently one of the hap-J one else m earshot, but she did not Pleat men in Washington He did not come from behind the shoulder of know that h- was to undertake the the Chief llxecutite flight until just a few minutes before. I'our pouches of mall scheduled for the flight, when he was designated . the first trip to Philadelphia and New m-.niTv .,' n"f rh'riVn,ei1rn,,h'YO'-k- r"' " "' '" "" " ! flying division of the Signal corps. I Major Fleet had intended going himself bu; he flew from New York to Washington this morning, and had had little sleep. Lieutenant Royle etarted back in the machine Major Fleet brought from New York Ceremonies attendant upon thelw, " motor cars I hat rhoked all starting of the first real aeroplane mail service were recorded bv the greatest group of motion picture men and photographers ever gathered in Washington, which is noted for their work President and Wife Knrlj. Pretden Wilson, accompanied h Mrs. Wilson, reached the field prompt H at 11 15. Just as the two mail trut Icb from I" e city postofnee. sched uled at that hour, drove 'up The PVesidenr ,a cheered" as hp alighted from y tar and mingled in the' AMUSEMENTS TDJUVf feaanLM THEATER ATTKACnOKS UflMC tZSO l Mreet Nortfcemit HUIUCUAHI-1. TAJ-IAl-TOiai" in llttn i- Al 11UAK.ST PATHL. HOME S 11th A .N. Car. Ae. S. n. ;UM BI'.O' KWK1X ill THH t.EMI. f XMii:i:L AIM lllllle leai oraed . iLAiA TOPY AM" TCiJIfilUtCW-A.S-Tr.S-Ki UiBBVI 1" -TUB N.M. 1 Hh ICATICD SO" "l" " I. w' LtAUtK T'lPAY A.NTl AU. WEEK GEORGB WL911 T. Tlla UihI ThnteTlBT. 1 "RRAVK ANI' BOLD" T a . - 4 cBBaa lilH ntAtffrilln f For ATnxinn .-iui .- -!... t lia ner brn arrwed i OLYMPIC 1431 u ac Oprn at Cinn I. M. Ff.li: KKItt.l -"V ii i i STRAND viiKin iti-n.i riiBl 11IITP n . !,Ck-M T ! I, II r WAKVI.lt in .!- I MAN J GARDEN t'htV..;V: m- .utt" ; : .. a I HA'-IIKIV'I - " Mil I'l r I i CRANDALL'S !X7l."4.",,a,rk'oi. r. i JrnnAT-BI -1IM v Mt P11M. 11 ' I WITH -KVTSKe- M .l-rT1l I . .. .... ...I.I.- L IILItlVL.I , MIL "IX IT ; CRANDALL'S V.:" Theater. 0th A K si A"VII T'lMMIi 2 in ; now r-i.Ar.v. KI.MHAIJ. V.il .Si. in I Tilt lUvA.-" " win J CRANDALL'S VWXtZAS'Xk ! . rl n lr J Ml. i.ir. i - ,. . fii. tmiBiw Kubi:i:Trt' -s " mask.-! i M'H i. i rD AlinAI I 'C r"lno T,h r ,! LKflrlUflLL J T-H VHHTU. M IM1K n I 1 I.I'.II I ! 1-1 I- imsi l.iVl.iI.KilVV All' tr.l.illl j i V I THE MH 1 "I- ill-.-. CRANDALL'S Un. m II -I. nr. ! Ann T O I V Vt M .wni ""I- !" -m: '.ami. 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Postmaster Chance, and other official. Mrs. Wilson stood behind the Pre ldent. One of the photographers ask ed. "Won't Mrs. Wilson step out a l.ttle" "I am sorr." the President in stant! replied, "but she ill not fihe does not wish !' And he added wnh a laugh, "that is where m au thorttj ends" mllea. lint Won't Poe. Mrs Vllson smiled, as did every- imikuic t u !! in ine uieaniiinc there had gathered a host of officials, and a tremendous crowd of sightseers to witness the epoch-making event. The entire polo flcld was lined from three to six deep and other thousands of the park roads and completely en circlid the grent oal. The flld h5 roped off. And only offlciali and others uith 'ounierMRn ed passes admitted by unldier cuaid and th-i were hundreds nf them, in cluding K Kr.i bara. t-i retary of the department f tmmum at.n5 of Japan who is the Japan se post ma'ter Kneral The m ij;ht nd destination of ea h of the four poijf hes brought to the flId re marked u hen they ar rived Th' " inorte men" pictured fhe unloadTnp f tlif pourhe by William H llayrocb hef of the dti-Hn of mail, and a hoi f a ! n Tliev pictured thf camel n,; (. stamp on the Postnwiii r. r ;rn?al t letter announcing the n -ti r. and of th droppinp of ih Inter ir.To one of the pouches It naf in a White House envelope I 'zens of others who had brought letter and mtsraffest to th llld Rot thm ran.fiod and droppt-0 into the pou he. f'amern At ork. In the meantime Lieutenant Hovie ua Kfttinf? into hi flj ins top Mis equipment was strapped on before tru1 atnTas The bi?nal rurps mech-ami-ians were busily emraged In tun in? up the piano that Major rleet had just brought in, filling up with oil. and pouring in many He gallon ans of gasolene I-cutnant Ilovle had the map nf Itif route strapped on h r ght 1g. so that he could sit m hi plane and see The President, deepjv interested in all tha.t transpired. irrulaled demo rMtial) through h frond, tilth I AMUSEMENTS PS A OIXS TOMf.HT T "lS0 rrlre. 50e In az. I'npular lallnee SHUREKT I htir. A nt.t Me to ?I.J0 ATTEAl TIONS DONALD ,V,W IlVlV AM' O JTIUTt5 '' -tor llcrtr Muslral Trt'imrh "HER REGIMENT" Sf' W.rk -' mm. nrln 1 1 I 1. in 8unda "ati in a si-rr l.l I I RobQrn. rnMiti.vt.B DUId3v.U-tol lwl,v : -o ictotl.V) Si'iwn . . New Musical Play ROCK-A-BYE BABY i i,lth I.ouUf lrrler. John rtimber Innri and .lrN from The (nrdrn nf the (.odii. MZX1 i:i:i stnrtlnc Siinrtn.r lt f mf ' r v pop"'"- rnunicul nhnm MAYTIME "Un J"II HHI.i:s 1IKM1-.S 'ir : ii .ni- r.lMiTli..i-n C o'h.r. V tiirri o ri ,!, New Ebbitt Crystal Room I tlh uid y l. N. . ' Knriclictla Onctli. Soprano, and Signor I'liilip Scata, Harpist. 31 l,f'fll.M IIIIMIU Pianist. I Ir.l jrlr. Mi) IT. mi's srrund t rcle. la is, JlliS. MI3 P. M. I Auenlc f,f Nr'h I'ap.lal tnlon of th W IOEWS COLUMBIA rwnn i-cii II X A II lolim 1 Uorn . Aft ! I i'i iOc l MA. Tlll- W KKh MARY PICKFORD m "M'Lis" Get A"juInted Soraerhlnt; Aeir. DANCING Tan Dance To Sloftun rlrlurea ' Liberty Dansante Gardens Penn Gardens, "";&- i Rrerr Mghl. hi4S la IIM3. BASEBALL p.m. Washington vs. Chicago llotTnfotvn Tlrkt-f Offl-4. AI3 141k St. , OtTCs- trvm Si30 A- 3L to ZOO r U. I HHBKl- tHBIML .bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbH Cr?-rN.''. 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All of thi was done before a score or more clicking and whirring cam eras Postmaster Chance, personam dropped the President's letter into the biggest New York pouch for the benefit of the amera men. who had the busiest day of their l'ves. trying to follow the activities of the Pres! dent the mechanicians, the mail men. the Postmaster General and other of ficials, and more particularly the fliers and their preparations, all at the same time It was after 11:3(1. the scheduled starting time when the pouches were stowed in the torpedo-like body of the biplane and the laet gallon nf gasoline wair poured in. Then the crowd that had circulated at will, exchanging gicetlng and trying to see everything, was aaked to step back A mechanir turned over the propcltot to a compression point, and the motor began to whir. Presented With Uom-k. Major Fleet and Lieutenant loyle stood by and listened to its hum whll" it was warming up. the center of a group of mechanics and signal corps officer Postmaster fSeneral Durle I son presented two hugo bouquet to the tler. who hid his face in them, and then turned them over to his sweetheart The great plane wan w he. leu around and ISoyle took his place nd ru cheered As It straightened out. he waved farewell after first searching the crowd with hi yes. and was off' The machine hung to the ground for a hundred feet or more, headed to tne south, and then lifted in a graceful .weep Vitnnt fit to Uie left and theu to the right, climbing all the while. epi the lower end of the field and 'tame back above the hangar and almost ovr the heads of the officials Roile Mratghtened out. wawd his hand and was oJf to the northea.t. His last wave rtf the hand, barely islble, was answered bj Major Klee'. as his final instruction. He had been told to circle the field for aliunde, and kep in position for a return glide until h1 was sure of his motor In an instant he was gone The cheers died away, hats and handkerchiefs ceased to flutter, and there was a round of congratulations The multi tude waited for the President to leave. heering him as he departed from the field President Mixes In. V ' since h" hai been n the White ll'ii-e hai ihe President .-njoved ( -u h freedom of action and move ment in public a he did on the Polo AMUSEMENTS ' NATIONAL W?S." Tin: .i:ti. m. iCOHAN REVUE IVIIh MIRA IIAi: and Original New York "o, .nany of 125 rxt Week "TURK TO TIIU UU.HT" SCNDAY MAT. A MC.IIT. MAY 19 J B POND ITent Th fienwtioral Natural I color Animated llclurea 1'rlzma lYoess The LURE of ALASKA niriMtnctr dearrlbM by xnun nho nado them tanlinj Awe Inpirnc h.x'Vie find Kdu 1TAUAN WAR RELIEF BENEFIT Poll's Theater, Monday Afternoon, May 20, 4:30. ENRICO CARUSO fenor MME. ALDA Soprano GIUSEPPE DE LUCA Ilnrltone from Ihe MMro,.ohtarj frrra y x TioiPf ISM On htni I in 00 lUlrnr t it) t U r- W eat now i n Mrs li mei viffl. ii Vnopa C'ii -r a B.F.KEITH'S And IP Daay-'jSunJgHol'y.'.jlf "SOLID FUN" HERALD M'INTYRE & HEATH -AM. FOR li;ilOCHAO" j mni Huj La Belle Tltcomb Rt- j Margaret Ford. Gould IewU, Chief Caupcllean. tHherm. A. S. Facts want To Know About Airplane Mail stamps for the .eru will be on sale at the main p.isti.fflre and at the New York avenue F street. Kiev enth street. and Pennsylvania avenue stations t'ertaln windows and certain clerks, one at each point, wilt be desig nated at the main office and the four stations to handle this mall.. The special stamps are to be can celed as soon, as the articles are de posited in the mail with special stamps to be provided bv 111' a sistant postmaster A stamp wi!l he furnirhed the main office and each station Letters for this service mav be re( tered only at the Pennsylvania avenue station. Persons who ap ply to register article, at anv other point will be referr d to that station Registered package jackets will be prepared for dispatch to Philadel phia and New York hy Ihe I'ennsyl vania avenue station, and billed in the usual manner Mail must be readv for JelUerv to the automobile nr the w York avenue. V street and K1c.enth street stations at 10 50 a m sharp Mail mus' he cWe.l snd ready for disoatch fn.m ihe Penni) lvania avenue ntation at II l' a m hart Final distribution and r1o of mail will be made from the I'enna) lvania avenue station Senders of mail presented affr the final t lose at the Pennv lvania Ave nue station will b- advised that '' cannot he dispatched 1 airplane that das. but that if it is desired it field He was apparent!) frnnkly I pleared at everything that happened, land any subtle attempt to keep him t apart from the crowd failed He 'mingled most democratically and en j joyed htmflf and when the great ' plane got awa. a. during th- cere- 1 monies and warming up ea. h per son on the field rowded to his own j vantage spot, the Pnenleni among Ihem The first letter put into anv nf the J Pouches un the pol field HMi dr.ipiH-d hv the President at 11 SI an.l w iiie signal! for a nught heer from the ihrongsthatl had assembled Then the rest of the ' mall, consisting of C.'Ml letters and pack ages were made read nf thesr- ztf) were destined to N w York son to Iti.l.-i , delphla and 3.(fj0 to niis,n?IUneous place. ' The whole weighed u; pounds r p resenting a revenue a: Jl n-nts an ounce, of $-ITi!J I' had been -pected that the initik.1 r-onMgmn.'n would be in the neighborhood of .Mm pounds The letter autographed h tl Pre-. idenl. wart adtr-sl I '.it an I Utu h int ten pstmatr at Nf ..(TtriaN Khu i-'v it It ii .. n The Vwk ! ma- Tlif lifr . r. ' j Mi Drar il r I'ati'-n With Ibl I-ltl tl.. pnT of:n r-! partment inauurkW a r'gulr ..-ri- f plane mail -ri- In this import-, ant work of -lev-lo.nc an .kIvjii. 1 medium ? postal iran-irtntion I feel that th- fot. 'iffn e I-partment will have th fullest -op ration r.f the Nw VorU pt fIJr- in makiti,? it a u cress. Thin letter will b- di-pHtdifil tin.l"r the fit -t a roplai pf-Vnf ji.iinp 1 d1 foIiI b the (J- pari tit nt nn-l "n led and autn?raphfj th Pr i dent Of the I'mtel Mjt.-s nA- 'i" liver the enveh.pe i.. Mr iah Tan -IK. HI Wall .-I- ork V w lio ill hi rnngi ti !.. ( sold a' rfiif1'n for ih lis-nrflt of th. I.. i ('rn, and u ho un! Wart th bidding at hot. -and dollar' ."in er iur- i:rm.iiv ln . iiiatt-r ien. r.il f.fxift rattier fi-r 1 l Iiik. i pi i-"i w ,ti h t M.nfJMi" n- at AMUSEMENTS S tr.Cb tries Wicalcslcr Dally eieept Sunday ift m m and 50 p ru Hound trip 0c Admiariun to Grounds and Mjmmn -V GLEN ECHO Washington's Only Real IEEE ADMISSJO. flHUSEUE.U PAHX OPEhJ rot THE SEAJCj REXr SATURDAY .i KEESBi u BbKLrJSU.N. plane while Otto Praegcr, Second charge of the airplane mail sen-ice, m.i be dispatched immediaelv bv train If ihe sender wishes it sent bv train, it must be indorsed by the lerk to indicate that the request has been made If it is desired that it he held, the clerk will follow the sender's wishes. In cas of failure to sail Mr Kemper, clerk in charge of the aviation field, will notify the superintendent of mails of the Washington posioffice. and he -ill notify ihe chief clerk of the Hallway Mail Service. Mr Hoo ver If the airplane doei. no: sail, the chief rlerk of the railway mall service. .Mr. Hoover, will notify the chief clerks of the railway mall service at Philadelphia and New York, and they, in turn will notify the postmasters at the wo points In case of mall rereived b airplane. all deliveries will be made from the main postoffice In preparing airplane mail for delivery al this . a record will be made of the number of articles delivered to the special delivery boys and carriers making deliveries, a sim ple form of receipt to be prepared, -will be attached to each letter, and the mail handled in the same man ner as special ilellverv matter. The Postmaster ai Washington -will notify the postmasters at Philadel phia and New York as 1o the quan tity of mall to be dispatched This information will he furnished the office of ihe Postmaster at Wash ington hv the superintendent of the Pennsylvania avinue station at the time of ihe closing it that point. tended the first air mail (light Skies were clear, with but a slight har.e. and flying conditions were ideal, for a warm sun made air travel comfort able The polo field was eroivdf d w Ith offii tals including the Postmaster general. I'lrt-t ssistant Postmaster Central John " Koons Second As sistant Otto Praecn. Third Assistant Iii.fkerv PoMma-t r M O I'hanee As.-istani Postmasur fur!ln. W H To: MEN IN SERVICE From: QIIip Ufal&nrf-AHtor.a Subject: "BILLETING" IN NEW YORK CITY THE management of the ffial&nrf-AHtnrta announces to men nf the United States Army and Nay special terms as follows: ARMY AND NAVY DISCOUNT A discount of 25 per cent on established room rates will be allowed at all times to Ulalborf-ABlnria patrons having United States military or naval connection. and with particular reference to the popularity of Xtnv York Week-Ends, there has been arranged a special SERVICE TARIFF (Effective Saturdays and Sundays only) establishing, for men of the Army and Navy, the following discounted rates on any available accommodations : Roon with bath (per day. one person. FOUR DOLLARS Room with bath (per day, two persons) FIVE DOLLARS Reservations accepted in advance. I. M nr.o!rR. F -cedent Assistant Postmaster General, in looks on. Haycock, superintendent of malts of the Washington office: the chairman and members of the Senate and House Postoffice Committees. Secre tary of Ihe Navy Daniels. Commis sioner Brownlow. Assistant Secretary of the Vavy Roosevelt, the postmas ter general of Japan, and scores of others Fljlng conditions were excellent. Major Fleet declared, when the first plane had departed "I had no trouble on my flight down this morning." he declared. "All land marks were clearly visible. I made the trip from Philadelphia in one hoii- and fifty-five minute. Lieutenant Boyle, a Kansan. was for several years a newspaper man in 'Washington. He entered the aviation service last August. He lives at 173" H street northwest. Discarded Army Type. The plana used today is of an army type that has been superseded for active service. It la Curtlss-bullt. equipped with a twolre-cyllndcr HIs-pano-.-'uiza motor of great power. Major Fleet will stay on the field to see the first plane In from Phlla delphla this afternoon. Postmaster General Burleson came to the field in a motor car with Praeger. ducked under the ropes and was making his way onto the fleid. when a guard stepped him "Have you a pass, air?' the soldier asked. Tes, I believe I have." the Post master General responded, and fished in his pockets for a pass signed hy Praeger Then he was permitted to go ahead. President Wilson and Mrs. Wilson mingled freclj in the crowd on the polo field. The first plane o leave Washing ton carried a message from Bernard M Baruch. chairman ' the War In dustries Hoard to- A if R. Hawlry. president of the Aero ub of Amer ica. Congratulate! On Socee. "Accept mv sincere rongratula tions " It ran, "on the successful operation of the aero post in the de velopment of which the Aero Club of America has taken such a profound in terest " A certain amount of fat each day Is necessary to human life Dont sraatfi an ounce. D. C. Food Adaaln Irator. BBBBBBBBBBBBBeETj -er, tviBBBBBBB BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBlBBBr .- ffJBBBBBBBH BBBBaEBBBBBBBBPflBPseSJBaBBBBBBa KBBBBaVsBsaV ?( 4MbbbbbbbB bbBbIbbbbbbbbbW flil'iaaaat. ""' XlJaaBBBBBaH VbbbbbH ST " Kt ss "bbbbbbbbbbb! HHBaaaaaaW' lUF ABaaaH tpaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaBBBr. Jtaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaai MAJ REUBEN H FLET, Chief of t nele Sam's skv. postmen. He livea at H56 It streer north west Major Fleet is in command of" the twelve pilots who guide the machines between New York and Washington. He brought the first mail plane from New York to Washington today. He Is from the State of Washington, and was a Umber buyer before entering the service a year ago UNCLE SAM RUNS EATING HOUSE FOR WAR WORKERS As a sten to keen contented hi. ..it-lltan army in Washington. Uncle Sam Is oper ating a big commissary restaurant in the buildings at Sixth and B streets northwest designed to feed 2O.00O people each day Actual operation Is in th h.i. e .. local restaurant company, which la pa- inuucaiiy lurnisning rood as near cost aa possible, but the plant, a chain of six eatlnr houses is undee .iin.nri.iAH .... control of Col i s Ridley, chief of the onice ot pudiic buildings and (rounds. Only workers in the war and navy buildings crouned on the oM r,.-t vanla railroad site will be served at these restaurants. A Government pass card must be presented to gain admission. WHITE SHOES For Saturday's Marchers Included in This Sale of "Factory Seconds" of the Famous "Fox Footery" - m At Mi a $3.85 'ill 8 ) g9 1 I !!: Boots ' 1 Cj : I I ' blf Oxfords I :;: and Pumps . . I Vfe Ce In White Kid, Calf 1 tatia " "Kl 9 bx c r Sea Isle Duck. I UJK ' sfA a Afl-"i.ieiS Both Military Heel and I It r-'- Louts Heel ModeI& 1 s 9 ?r a ya sSl a " a A ' in,-',ue 'n ,n(? 51me "smashing" - ale are: ' Grays Browns Blacks 1 Patent Leathers I ! In all the new Imv shoe fashions. 1 ! Values up to $8 1 MdStiL MARKET I ! 414 9th St. N. W. j bbbbbbbbbbe " bbbbbbbblbbbbcs bbbbbbbbbE sbbbbbbEbbbbbbbi bbbbbbbbbbbw jbbbbbi bbbbbbbbbbkmT -.bbbbbH BaaVLv,t MbbbbbbbB bbbbbbbbbbbbbk ' .bbbbbbbbb bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbsbmL .bbbbbH BIbBBBBBBBBmIiZT-'' ' iaBBBBBBBBBI bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbWI "fsS ''SibbbbbbbS RBBBBBBBBBBBIl 9bBBBBBBBBb LICUT STEPHEN BONSAL, Jr, ' Uho .al another Washington avla lor assigned lrt "he aenai mall service He is a specialist in night flying Lieutenant Bonsai Is the son of Major Stephen Bonsai, noted war correspondent, who lives at 1T1S Rhode Island avenue northwest. The lieutenant is a Yale graduate and trained at the Dayton. Ohio, aviation field until transferred to Klllngjon Field, Tex.' AUSTRO-GERMAN PACT CQNTINUES'25 YEARS ZURICH. May IS The new Autro- German alliance. Just entered Into at a conference of the German and Aus trian Emperors, at German grand headquarters, U to endure for rvrenty- flve years, according to advices re ceived here today from Vienna The sovereigns bavo concluded a military union In the widest accept ance ot the term, the. adMces stated. The economic ,! tariff questions will he settled wnn a view tc the closest possible union.