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THE CALUMET 'NEW
Tilt; WEATHEK:- CONTINUED FAIR. VOL XX CALUMET, HOUGHTON COUNTY, MICHIGAN, MONDAY AFTERNOON, JULY 3, 19" NO. 208 WHOLE NATION IS SUFFERING TO USE AXE AGAIN WOLGAST AND MAY SEND WARSHIP PRESIDENT TO SOCIETY SHOCKED AVIATORS MAKE MORAN READY SPEND FOURTH GREAT FLIGHTS ACROSS CHANNEL GOVERNOR OSBORN SAID TO BE PLANNING TO LOP OFF RE. CESS APPOINTEES. GERMAN INTERVENTION IN MO ROCCO MAY LEAD TO TROU OLE WITH FRANCE. LADY CONSTANCE FOLJAMBE "GOES SHOPPING" AND BOLTS HER OWN WEDDING. Tho Calumet Ntws Is a mombsr of th Associated Press. Today's News Today. FROMTHE HEAT Prostrations and Deaths Reported FOR THE GONG WITH HOOSIERS from Many Cities-East and Mid; West Ate Swelt- . ering Today NO RELIEF FOR 36 HOURS Indications Aro That Hsat Records w Will bo Eclipsed in Many Cities -Nod York and Chicago Tho Hottsst. Washington. D. C, July 3. With akles practically cloudless the coun try over today, early reports at weath er bureau Indicated that . the hot weather records might be broken In many sections. The day started with temperatures li to 16 degrees higher than yesterday morning In the larger cities, New York topping the list with a rise from 72 to 88. The government forecaster held no hope of relief dur ing the next thirty-six hours. The hot wave extends over the mid dle Mississippi valley, eastward over the Ohio valley, the south portion of the Great Lakes region and tho mid dle Atlantic and Nw England states. Somo Hot in Chicago. New' York, N. Y.. July 3. The Indi cations were early toddy, that the heat would exceed that of yesterday, which was the hottest day here In twelve years. The heat caused ten deaths and over sixty prostrations. There were also nine deaths In thf.s neigh borhood from drowning. At 8 this morning the thermometers registered F Ninsty-Sovon in Now York. New York, N. Y., July 3. At eleven the thermometer registered ninety seven, the hottest day of the year. The number of prostrations Increased hourly. In Brooklyn, Eugene Oort tell, crazed by, the heat, ran amuck with a knife, and after attempting to stub several citizens, was shot dead by h policeman. Four Doad at Pittsburg. tMttsburt. Pa., July 3. Durlnf tho forenoon, four persons dropped dead from the heat, one committed suicide snd two Were drowned. The prostra tions run Into scores. The ther mometer, at one this afternoon, regis tered nlnety-slx. Philadelphia. July 3. Nine deaths and scores of prostrations Is the result of the hot spell here. The thermo meter at one this afternoon registered ninety-nine. Four Daaths in Boston. Boston, July 31. In the last 24 hours, four deaths due to the heat and numerous prostrations occurred In this city. Prostrations at Milwaukee. Milwaukee, Wis.. July 3.-rTwo pros trations and one death from the ex cessive heat were reported here at 10:30 today. St. Louis Swelter. St. Louis, July 3. At 10:20 the tem perature was ninety-four and Vising. There were two deaths last night from the heat. Praysrs For Rain. St. Joseph, Mo., July 3. In the Catholic and some of the Protestant churches Hnnday, praters were offered for rain. Baltimore, Md.. July 3. One deith from the heat, one suicide and several prostrations were reported here today. Cincinnati, July 3. One death and three prostrations fro mthe he.it were leported here today. SUFFERS BAD BURNS. While cleaning some clothes with the aid of gasoline, at tier home In the Kinsman bjock on Sixth street, Mrs. William Stanton, wife of the Fifth street barber was burned on both arms at noon today through an explo sion of gasoline. It Is supposed the close proximity of the gas range, which was In use at the time, was re sponsible for the explosion. HAS FORTUNATE ESCAPE. Frank Brown of 'Hancock, teamster for the Armstrong-Thlelman Lumber company, fortunately escaped with only a sprained ankle thU morning, when the rear end of the wasmi he was driving was struck by a Mineral Hang train, near the Pryor sawmill at Ripley. Mr. Brown was thrown violently to the ground. One of the horses was slightly Injured and tho wagon was almost entirely demolished. DENY SHIP HAS FOUNDERED. Ciirlstlanla, Norway, July 3. Tho owners of the Norwegian steamer Fllpse denied toe'ay report that vessel had foundered off Iceland with T.6 per ioni vn board. Lansing, Mich , July 3. It Is under stood that Governor Osborn has been considering for some time the removal from the state service of certain ap pointees who are holding office by vir tue of the fact that they were Interim appointees. An opinion given ly the attorney general is to the effect that such appointments are good only until the legislature adjourns and then the places are held subject to the will of the chief executive of the state. The story Is In circulation that the gover nor does not intend to remove all of the appointees, but in some instances will make a clean sweep of control of certain boarda In order to open the way for new regimes. Some time ago Governor Osborn In timated that he proposed to make a visit to the state Institutions to post himself regarding the methods of ad ministration in vogue, since then re ports have Come to the executive of fice from different portions or the state, that much effort was being ex pended to clean up und prepare for hl3 islt In every way. He has not, how ever, started oi the trip and no one ere seems to know Just when he pro poses to start. WILL EXPAND MISSIONS. Norwegian Lutheran Church Synod Votes to Enlarge Its Field. After h number of enthusiastic ad dresses at the conference at Kt. Paul, the Norwegian Lutheran churches oted to adopt a policy of expansion In -the mutter of foreign and home missions. In addition to the missions already established In Alaska. India and South Africa, new ones will be placed in these countries and In other parts of tho world. The doctrinal differences that have prevented the unification of the three branches of the Norweglaji Lutheran church were ugaln escus.sed. and while It was acknowledged that there are serious difficulties to overcome tie fore an agreement can be reached. It Is confidently predicted that before the synod meets again the commit teen of the three 'branches will have agreed upon a plan for one united Lutneran church. It was decided to celebrate the fif tieth anniversary of the founding of Luther college October It and 15. Dr. Paul Larsen, president emeritus, was retained at the same salary he re ceived as president, and n change of curriculum was made to accommodate high school graduates and others who wish to prepare for the state univer sities. It was decided to send greetings to the Icelantle pynod assembled at Win nipeg. Theodore Giabner of Chicago was elected editor of the Lutheran Herald. Thomas Nelson of R Idgeway, Iowa, of the Booneblad and I Larsen of fresco,. Iowa, of Our Friend. ENGINEERS WIN CUP. Mombors of Riflo Team Roturn From Detroit Shoot. Capt. Jesse Meads, Lieut. Henry MacDuff. Corporal Joseph Cowley, Sergeant Richard Bell, Serge.int John Ham. and privates Harry Topala and Walter Williams, members of the team that represented Co. A. Engineers at the state rifle contest conducted on the Detroit range last week, have re turned home. Lieut. Penberthy and Corporal Ed. McLogan will remain in Detroit a few days longer. The Engineers won the Kills trophy. one of the best that v.as offered for competition. establishing the best mark that has never been made In a competition for this cup, 3!7 out of a possible 420. The score were as fol lows. , 200 r.oo 6oo R'eglment. yds. yds. yds. Tot. 1 A. Engineers... 112 119 126 357 2 First 10 114 109 329 Second 106 118 10; 329 4 'Signal Corps .. 105 118 101 327 -Third 105 115 10( 326 6 Cavalry 100 108 86 294 Members of the local team state that the matches were very interesting, the scores made being n big Improve ment over those established In other meets. They also report having a good time, although the weather was very warm. TO PLEAD NOT GUILTY. Lo Angeles, Cal.. July 3. Unless un- forseen circumstances arise, John Mo N'amara and James McNamara will appear In court here Wednesday and plead not guilty to the charges of mur der contained In the Indictments re turned against them by the grand jury which Investigated the facts connect ed with the fatal explosion and Are In the Times building. NAVAL ARCHITECTS MEET. Indon. July 3. The leading naval powers of the world have sent repre sentatives to tho Jubilee meeting of the British Institution of Naval Archi tects. The meeting will open tomor row and will continue until Saturday. Prominent nmonjr the representatives from abroad are Rear Admirals Capps, Cone and Watts of the 1'nilcd Slates Navy. , Michigan Boxer Is Slight Favor ite for Twenty Round Champ ionship Battle at 'Fris co Tomorrow EACH CONFIDENT OF VICTORY Most Important Ring Contest Since Jim Jsffries Was Humbled by Jack Johnson at Rono, Ne vada Ono Year Ago. San Francisco, Cal.. July 3. Trained to the hour and ready for their battle, which "Will be for the lightweight championship of the world. Ad Wolgast of Grand Rapids, and Owen Moran, the English lightweight, await the call to the ring tomorrow afternoon. Large crowds visited the cap-tpr, of the rival lighters today and came away with the opinion that both are In good phys ical trim for the bout. Judging- from the betting flavor around San Francisco, Wolgast will be the favorite by it veiy narrow margin when he enters the ling. Nearly all the sporting- writers concede the !rand Hapld3 fighter the victory, but they are also ready to admit that the little Britisher has a change. Moran Very Confident. Moran Is bubbling over with confi dence, and his friends are backing him liberally at the pre ailing odds. He has been training faithfully ever since the articles were signed, first at Lake fahoe and later at Sin Rafael, and If he loses the fight tomorrow he will not be able to make the old excuse of poor condition. Like his sturdy little opponent. Mo ran is n slashing inflghter, carrying a stiff wallop In, either hand. Ah to hitting there i;i little to choose between them, for boys who have met l oth of them say Moran Is the harder hitter of the two, although thy admit Wolgast has the most dangerous swing. Moran depends more upon straight punches and he has n short uppprco that Is likely to prove dangerous to his op ponent. Like the Michigan man. the Britisher Is In his element when at close range, hammering both fists against some unprotected portion of his opponent's anatomy. Twenty Round Contest. The twenty-round route is believed to suit both fighters equally well. As to weight and sce they are very even 1 matched, both being about the same height and aide t weigh in at about 130 pounds each. In the matter of ring experience it Is customary to as sign the advantage to Wolgast, but tills Is only because of th" fact that Moran is a comparative newcomer on this Glde of th. water. Wolgast has been fighting only about five years, while Moran's record dates "back con Plderably earlier. Beforo coming to America the Britisher had been fighting ff r some years on the other side, and before Wolgast made his first appear ance In the ring Moran had whipped Digger Stanley pnd other top-notchers. Moran was then fighting in the ban tam class. TO TEACH M; N. 0. OFFICER. Wsll Known Aviator Offers To Givs Lessons Free. Detroit. Mich, July 3. Albert J. Molsant. head of the aeroplane com pany bearing his name, will teach, free of charge, an officer of. the Michigan National Hoard to fly a monoplane at his school on Long Island. He made this offer to (Jovernor Osborn last week. "We will teach any officer you se lect to fly," said Mr. Molsant. "and I make thiH offer because I believe that the monoplane will be the great- st civlllzer in the world and will do more than anything else to Insure peace between the nations." Governor Osborn thanked Mr. Mol sant and said that If he would write him regarding the matter he would give It hla personal attention. Mr. Molsant Is convinced that the country needs n large corps of flyers and he Is willing to teach on officer from the National Guard of each state. FOURTH TRAFFIC HEAVY. Travel In the upper peninsula and uorthern Wisconsin Is said to be very heavy. The close proximity of the Fourth of July is leading people away from their homes, or those who are already away are coming to the home folks. Special excursion rates are In force, beginning today. A round trip fare of one and one-third rate Is given In the upper peninsula, good return ing on July 5. . MINNEAPOLIS CELEDRATION. Minneapolis, Minn., July 3. Today's contributions to the great Minneapolis Civic Celebration Included competi tive drills Thy the Minnesota National (iunrd, a review of the troops by Gov. Fberhart and n parade of uniformed fraternal orders. Paris. July K. Premier Caillax has taken over the .conduct of the foreign office, pending foreign Minister Des elve's return , from Holland and will direct Franco's nitltud concerning the German intervention In Morocco: It is not unlikely that after consulting with Great' Britain, France may send a warship to Agadir. as the Algeciras act authorizes the policing of the Mo roccan coast by France, In conjunction with Spain. Although the German action wan sudden, France had been anticipating a move of tome tort by Germany, lie cause of Spain's extension of ber mili tary operations in the north of 'Moroc co, a policy which France steadily up. pewsed, ih leading to the Idea that the agreement of Alv.erctras was dead and that Morocco wax to be dismembered. The French press urges the govern ment tri conduct the situation with a firm hand. German Attitude. Berlin, July 3. Having shown her hand In sending the gunboat "Pan ther." to Agadir, Morocco. Germany Is waiting the a thm of France, which it is expe-eted will be taken only after consultations with Great Britain and Russia, it is hoped here I lie step to be taken by Germany, will lead to a general discussion of the Moroccan -ituation by the four powers priiuipal- l Interested and the question will In definitely settled. U. S. Is Interested. Washington. I). C. July 3 -Ger many has advised the United states of sending a gunboat to Agadh Mo rocco. While thla government in wntchlng the progiess of even'is in the African empire. It Is not vitally Inter ested. In the political phase of th" situation, this country has so far taken no action In the Sultan's present dil emma, except to make strong repie- sentatlons some time ago In regard to the capture of an American mission ary by rebei troop:?. ( - ROYAL HENLEY REGATTA. Mora Than Ordinary Interest in Great Meet at London. London, July 1 M ire than ordinary Interest. Is manifested In the annual Henley Regatta, which takes place this week over the usual course on the Thames. No college eight from the op posite side of the water figures this year in t he English aquatic derby, but an eight from the Ottawa Bowing Club' is going to have a try for the Grand Challenge Cup. while a four from the same club will compete for the Stewards' Challenge Cup. All of the events are well filled and It Is ex pected some records will 'be broken. The regatta will open Wednesday and continue until the end of the week. WETS AT POUGHKEEPSIE. Lively Contest Over Election of Offi cers for Year. Poughkeepsle. N. Y.. July 3. What promises to be the most successful an nual encampment of the United Span ish War Veterans. Department of New York, opened in Poughkeepsle today and will continue until Thursday. The city Is handsomely decorated In honor of the visitors and has made elaborate plans for their entertainment. ' The delegates are displaying a lively Inter est in the election of officers for the year. Francis D. Cuikln. of Oswego, appears to be the leading candidate for department commander. PROGRAM AT THE GRAND. Manager D. E. Bice of the Grand Uheater. ha. arranged an attractive program for tomoirow. The feature act will be a demonstration by lady Carmen, the Egyptian Wnake. dancer, who Is said to be a very clever enter tainer. Mls Carmen carries six rep tiles, varying In length from 10 to 20 feet, which are used in her perform ance. Good pictures have been secur ed and tho program should be a very Interesting one. DEDICATION IS POSTPONED. Dublin. July 3. The unveiling of the St. Gaudens monument of Charles Ste wart Iarnell, which was originally fixed to take place today, has been Indefi nitely postponed owing to the failure to complete the foundation for the me morial. MANY VISITORS IN PUEDLO. Pueblo, Colo.. July 3. Pueblo Is crowded wtth lsltora who have come to attend the state conventions here this week of the United Commercial Travelers, the Woodmen of the World and United Spanish War Veterans. SEEING UNITED KINGDOM. Dublin, July 3. The representatives of the colonial parliaments at the cor onation arrived In Dublin today to be gin their tour of the kingdom as guests of the lairds and Commons Committee. After visiting Belfast toinv.rVow the party will proceed to Scotland. Guest of Former Vice President Fairbanks Tonight and Will Celebrate at Indianapo lis Tomorrow MAY SPEAK ON RECIPROCITY After Reviewing Groat P-agtant in His Honor Taft Will Join Railroad Employes Is Gusbl of Marion Today. Indianapolis, Ind., July 3. The fin ishing touches to the preparations for the inlt of President Taft and the 'safe and sane" celebration of the great national holiday, in which the President will participate, were put on today. The President will spend the night at the home of former Vice President Fairbanks. Tomorrow he will give to the people of the city, spending the day as the guest of the Marion Club, the leading Republican organization of Indiana. It is exact ed the President will deliver an ad dross under the auspices of the club and it ia regarded as possible that in the course of his remarks he will make plain his attitude in reference to the amendment of the reciprocity till. The President will review the big Fourth of July parade and afterward, ll time permits, he will go to the State fair grounds for a celebration of rail road employes.. The downtown sec tion of the city has taken on a gala rppearance In anticipation of the pres idential visit. Building after building along Washington street and other hading thoroughfares Is one mass of cidor from sidewalk to roof and the national colors are everywhere In the shape of shields, bunting and count less numbers of flags. Taft At Marion Today. Marlon, Ind.. July 3. President Taft arrived in this city shortly before noon today for a visit of a few hours -while on his way to Indianapolis. On the arrival of the special train at the rta- tion, where thousands of cheering peo ple had gathered, the President was met by a special reception committee of one hundred leading citizens. The presidential programme for the after noon Included a visit to the National Soldiers' Home and the delivery of brief addresses before the Indiana bankers and editors assembled In con vention here. Taft Boosts Sao Fourth. Cleveland, O.. July 3. Arriving here at 7:55 today on his way to Indianap olis, president Taft from the rear plat form of the car addressed thousands of persona on the observation of a sane Fourth of July. The president made a strong plea for preserving life by the elimination of the oid time method of celebrating the Fourth. In his speech the president said. ''Statistics t-how terrible loss to chil dren In life and limb because of the insane and foolish observance of the national holiday. When we think of the way the Fourth of July has been observed in the past and of the terri ble consequences, it ought to make us blush that we have not taken means to stop it. 1 am reminded of a mother who had five children and said "With the plague of their living and the fear of their dying. I shall go crazy." It is our duty to rid the mothers of the country of all future anxiety by the passing of ordinances forbidding can non crackers, toy pistols and all other menaces to ehlldhood." SENT OUT HEALTH TRAIN. Lansing, Mich.. July 3. Arrange ments are being made by the state board of health to send a health ex hibit train over the state similar to the educational trains of the M. A. C. The exhibit will be the first of Its kind ever sent out In any state and will contain exhibits in statistics re lating to public health and proper san Itaiion. . MICHIGAN WAR VETS. Three Rivers. Mich.. July 3 The first Mate encampment of the Span ish war veterans will be held In this city July .". 6 and 7. Several hundred vls'tors are exp-cted to be present. Citizens of Thre Rivers are making Preparations to entertain the veterans : nd an excellent program has been ar retted for the three days. SCOTTISH HOME-GOERS. Robert H. Kerr left last evening for Montreal, in route to Scotland. Mr. Kerr will sail on the steamer Cram plan of the Allan line on July 8. this being the boat which has been char tered for the Scottish home-going ex cursion. Others who will sail on this boat are Miss Campbell, formerly a teacher in the Calumet public schools but' now of Detroit, and Miss Crncken of Chicago, formerly of Calumet. London. July 3. Lady Constance Foljanibe. half sinter of the Earie of Liverpool, controller cf king's house hold, astonished Fockty by falling to appear at a fashionable chorch In London thl3 afternoon at the time ap pointed for ner marriage to Rev. A. II. K. Hawkins. The edifice was filled with society people, who waited an hour, wondering what had occurred to delay the ceremony. When the bride groom sent a messenger In great haste to Earl Liverpool's residence to In quire for her, the reply was that Lady Constance "went out -'hopping this morning and has imi yet returned home." The Earl of Liverpool stated this evening that he had received from Iady Constance a rnes.age to the ef fect that she had simplv changed her mind and had decided that she did not wish to be married. BAD FIRE IS PREVENTED. What might have proved a serious Are at Chassell j-erterday was avert ed only through the prompt action on the part of a bucket brigade that ex tinguished the blaze In. the barn of John llolipore, thereby saving nearby dwellings. In addition to the barn. tin ice house whs destroyed. The loss was not heavy. The point Mills and Cbassell ball teams were engaged In a game of ball at the time and stopped playing to help extinguish tic flames. WILL TRY UNION MEN. Indictments Against Allegsd Dynsmit- ori Quashed But They Aro Held. Los Angeles. Cal., July 3. Judge Willis of the superior court entered on order today quashing the Indictments a gal ns t Conners, Render and Maple, the union men accused of having con spired to destroy the county hall of records with dynamite. The men were not freed bow ever, as the court order ed the cases committed to the grand Jur CHANCE OUT OF GAME. Loader of Chicago Nationals Cannot Play This Season. Chicago. III., July 3. The retirement at least, for this season, of Manager Chance of the Chicago National team from actual playing seems Inevitable, it was reported today His collapse at Cincinnati Is said to Indicate very plainly that he Is In no condition for active work on the diamond although he is well enough to manage the team. AVERT TERRIBLE ACCIDENT Philadelphia. Pa.. July 3. Two pas- nengers, Thomas ngdeti and Forest Henry, both of New Jersey were killed and seventeen otbfrs were injured when an express train on tho Penn sylvania for Atlantic City side-swiped a local, north bound, at Lucaston this morning. Two coaches of the local ere derailed. Eye witnesses said If accident had occurred a second later both trains would have Inevitably been wrecked with terrible loss of life. BIGGEST COTTON CROP. Washington. D. C, July 3. An offi cial estimate on the cottrm crop re ports for 1911 Indicates It will be the largest In the hl-tory of the country, approximating, according to present figures. 14.42T,0Ort bales .exceeding by almost a million bales the record crop of 1904. AIRMAN HURT ON CAR. Cairo, III.. July 3 Hugh A. Erbln son, a Cnrtlss aviator who- travelled more than three thousand miles in the air without a scratch, was In jured here todav vvh"n two street cars crashed fonether. No other person on the cars was hurt. RODNEY J. DEIGLE GUILTY. Columbus. O.. July 3. The Jury In the case of Rodney J. Pwdgle, sergeant at arm In the state senate who h.i been on trial, charged with abetting It j the alleged bribery of State Senator Andrews, today returnee! a verdict ftndiog him guilty. The lury had been out since Friday afternoon. NAVAL OFFICER SUICIDES. Washington. I. C July 3. Lieut. Thos. I. Ozburn of the Fnltc! States navy committed suicide on b. ud gun boat Tacoma yesterday ft the New York navy yard by shooting. Ozhurn was born at Murphysboro. Illinois. JUDGE SWAN RETIRES. Petrolt. Mich.. July 3 Judge Hen ry H. Swan has finished his term as federal Judge and left the bene h for good after "0 years of continuous serv ice. The Judge retires on bis full sal ary of $fi.nfto. WILSON OPENS BRIDGE. Trenton. N. J., July 3.-fJovernor Wilson today went to Stone Harbor. In Capo May County, to speak at the formal opening of n n- son-foot bridge connecting a seven-mile Island beach with the mainland. Favored by Perfect Weather,Elev en Bird Men Fly From Cal ais to Dover and Land Safely PRIZES WON BY FRENCHMEN One Aviator Carries Passenger in Bi piano Wonderful Record is Look ed Upon as Precedent Hard to Coat. London. July 3. The first h.f of the international circuit aviation race ended today. Andre P.enumont, a Frenchman, made a speed test trip from Paris to llendon, Just outside of Lond'm and was awai .! the lyindoii standard's prize of $12.." 00. Clbert, another Frenchman, won the Imver trophy for the f.istest passage acroi-u the English Channel Eleven Cross tho Channel. Dover, July 3. only by making tho cross channel flight under sonur extra ordinary circumstances will n-iy avia tor eve r be nbh, he le a f te r. to g.ilu any particular glory from tnc feat After foday, the tliKlit must bo consid ered an ordinary nffair for the morn lng saw no less than eleven airmen, eemteftants In the Europe-im ciri-uit rae-e, wing their way hi toss the chan nel and. alight in iHever as easily as ; tlocii of funis might have done. More over ono of e-h've'ii. Reneaux carried passenger in his biplane. The morning was perfect, hardly .a breatii of wind ruffling the channel aa the ick of Europe's expert aviators, heaeh-d from Calais fer this shore-. Thn air was still whe-n they l.inded en tho downs he re. A great crovvel hoi sur rounded the binding place in anticipa tion ef tln arrival of the- bird men. They had but a short wait be-fure Ve ilrliie, the leader ef the previous stage of the race drove his monoplane into view, out of a bank of clouds that hung over the channel. He1 made tho circuit and landed gracefully. No Accidents Mar Flight. The flight from Calais was acom pllsheel in about half an hour and tho other contestants followed In quick succession, seven monoplanes almost bunched, then came two biplanes and another monoplane brought up the rear. Everything went as orderly as a horse race meeting. One by erne, th machines appeared over the trees, swept down to the aerodrome, circled it and landed without the se-inblanci of a mishap. There was none of the excitement that characteii.e-d p're-vioiM crossing the channel flights imr were the aviators exhaustenl. Instead they crawled from their aeroplanes and calmly walked away with .friends, while the machines were taken to th hangars and ovet hauled. Start Second Stage. Soon after tiie last of the eleven landed, the wind fre-hene-d. ami It was decided to start Immediately for tho next Mage contest to Shoreham thence) to London. The ttart was accordingly made and with the same precision that chara'teri.ed their arrival at Iover. The machine's left at two minute In tervals. A number of army officers were deeply Interested spectators of today's flight across the channel. Comment.' were freely made as to the possibility, Granting the continued development of the aeroplane, of landing an Invading force on I'.ritish territory bv the ir use. Vedrine arrive'd .it Shore-ham nt 7 : 1 ! followed by nil the oth. rs e-xe ept Traill and Cibert. The- former eh s. ende d nt New Haven and the littr at East ftourne. Again Yediitie- led the way Ftartlng for Hende n nt 7:nfi. MUST REDUCE CHARGES. Three Dollar Per Car for Re-Consign-ment is Unrca onabts. Washington. I . C. July . on com plaint of the Detroit trai'ie associa tten. the interstate commerce commis sion de'ciiled today that the present re (onsignment charge ef three dollars a car, exated by the railroad at le tiidt on bituminous coil, originating nt ptdnts in oldo and elsewhere and for warder! to varie.us Michigan '.-dot. U unreasonable. A charge of t.vo dollar per car for ree'onsignmeiit was pre s libeel for the- future. SPECTACULAR SUICIDE. Chicago, July 3. An unidentified man committed suicide today by hap ing from the te-nth floor of the Ma.-eonlo temple building. lie strmk th floor of the lobby of a tie-nrhy eicar st-sml snd was instantly kille-d. The mm was pete.rly dresse'd and is believed to have entered the sky scraper with tho Intention of taking his life. BIG FIRE IN SCOTLAND. Clasgow. S'-otland. Julv .".. The Ial tnores eli.tilWv was burned today e ausiPK a ov of $ r.iMi.noei. A remarka ble' ppe-H'tae te ' v furnish d by thn stream of . burning whiskey running from the flame' swept building lnt' th.. Croninrthv firth.