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VOL. XXXVI, NO. 2S5.
DAY AND NICHT ITM, I.V. A SKI i
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SOUTH BEND, INDIANA, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1919.
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PARADE AND
BARBECUE AT
SPRINGBROOK
City Officials Plan to Make
Event Half Holiday
Stores to Close.
SERVICE FLAGS FOR PARADE
Mayor Gaylor of Mishawaka
Says Town Will Give Un
divided Support.
fpringbrook park way selected by
the perioral Home Welcome commit
tee ?aturday afternoon for holding
the principal exercises on the after
noon of Or!. 02 in honor of Ft Jos
eph county's soldiers and sailors.
The- celebration is to consist of a
parade from the down town district
to Springbrook park, a barbecue,
hpcocho?. dancing and other attrac
tions. K very thin? at the park is to
pe free to all soldiers and sailors in
uniform.
It was planned by the committee
.Saturday afternoon to pivo out the
medals from the county to the sol
diers and sailors at Springbrook
during the afternoon's exercises.
Half Holiday.
Mayor Carson and the city council
arc to be asked by the committee to
ilec iare w eunesuay iu'iuuuu, wv.i.
j . a half holiday, and a special plea
will be made to tho business houses!
,ui,i factories of the city to close on
that afternoon.
The meeting of the general com
mittee Saturday Afternoon, which
v.as held in the circuit court room,
was with the members f the board
. f county commissioners and the
township trustees. KM ward Zeitler.
..n behalf of the county conimisslon-
is, tdd the committee that the
ommb'sioner would lend every
ilde a ssist a no'
In carryiiur out
the i!an. of the
committee for the
ri Vibration.
M.iyor It.tdph W. n.iylor
Vert .cnted that
citv at
the
.. ting. .10. 1 he declared that Mish
awaka ouhl he enthusiastically
utiortinc the general committee in
e Welcome day plan.-
i
lloi:
Itvcidc on spriimbrook.
The Micgcstion that Springbrook
park be the site of the cdihration
from .Joseph Cunningham. It
i i tu e
v .ts immediately adopted by th
oiciiUtti e. Col. George V. I't.-yer-
n-.uth. i Iviirr'in of the general corn-
vttee. acted as
chairman o!
the!
;: et in - J
it wa urrested alo at the meet-;
i" S.iturd.,v a 1 1 e -t.oen that all or
U i i i7.lt top. s havu.u scr ice f!at;s to
. arrv them in the p-.r.ole. The Iul'
ourtv ervice ar.' o ra will lead the
j..-o.-.-ssion ard it piiur.ei! to hav
u n--TM;.itioM In t!ie rttv Having
!l O!
i - jee
f'as to follow fl-.e one of the
CO I v t V.
V. .1.
Grcnv nMncr of
of 'ouitce .-., va
'iia mbr
rn;!ited b
al
i
Col- i Ywerm'i(h to as- i
et-t Tin fr"! a'l factoi
s and bu.-
hoi;s s In tb.c citv whether or
pot they will rl- on th a ft et noon
cf Oct. 2 . Mr Green appotnted
Mavfir Carsor. Ma or G lor. "oun
eit"f!i Will-.am Go.-h.-i and (""'.
Crevrrtnuth to
Mm. ThN
t another
. .1 mit tee ,-
r of Com.
ommittee w
' ' t report
meeting of the cr.rril
rv Ve'd at th.e i'h AV.A -f
r-.erce Tc.dav nigh.
Will Offer Holutlo?i.
the mte'ing of th.e citv coutu-
Monday nicht it is probable that a
rrs'Vutlon declaring the afternoon
,f Wednesday. V. 1?. a half holi-
e.ay will b presented
tion is to b rrep-irf-l
l!-..in Ooebl.
ih rco.u
b Couni'-
met Sit-
tirdav a
fternecn hi regard to the s
TTone We
I-1
ff 'r -bra t io"?, and I
ted Join v.i?h the ger.cr.il cv"j-
o
raittr
i ti fhr
r for the chbrn
tic-n.
Further diils recording th-- eel-
rbrtlon wit! b decided at th"
meeting of the- jrr.eral committee i
Monday n:
Tcu m: riiOTiiir.Ks.
fT . t d I'r-"":
WASHINGTON. Oct. 11 Snit
und h-tu8 adpt'-d ! i
ferenc reT'rt of amend
the
- . -. r .
--n
e
tending the f. " J co
"O ;
art to ir -
containers
ehid? clothir.i
and provilir. g
tee ring and hr'
to th" rr'
t h: le ri-'a T p n
the hizh con
food
: r.i'hrr.er.t ft
r ' 1 : i -;
o w
! for
t. wh.o
a 45 '
i -i a " a p--'
i hvir.g.
n aain
ffiO
-
Evidently Adam
Was Intoxicated
on Saturday Eve
Knives r.nd bottles were the frv
orite weapons used in a battle royal
stared at the hoarding- ho'io of
Adam Luko, 2G1S W. Colfax a v.. r.n
Saturday nicht. Somebody in tip
house sent in a riot call and Offi
cers Diver. Pevos and Lut.nr were
sent out to act as mediators.
Adam didn't like the Int-f .-rence
of the law, so he attempted to
bounce a bottle off Diver's hold, but
Ieos grabbed his arm just in ttno.
When the police started fo take
Adam e.ut to the wagon, three
others of the gladiators tried to take
their friend away from the cops
Joseph Bute. 907 W. Fisher St..
and George Molnar and Joseph
IJuta. who lived at the boarding
house, were taken along on charges
of intoxication and resisting an offi
cer. FRENCH SENATE
RATIFIES FACTS
Vote Is Unanimous on Peace
Treaty With Germany
0. K. Others.
By Associated Press;
PARIS. Oct. 11. The French
senate today ratified the peace
treaty and also the Franco-American
and Franco-llritish defense
treaties.
The vote on the peace- treaty with
Germany was 217 for ratification, i
' i . i f
i none against and one aostention
Ithat of Sen. Delahaye. The vote for
the adoption of the ratification of
the two defense treaties was unani
mous, all of the 21 S votes being cast
in its favor.
Awaits Signature.
Only the formal act of the French
executive is now reejuired to hring j
into effect the second ratification eif ;
the three required ratifications by;
principal allied and associated pow-
ers. Great Britain already
havin?
completed its ratification.
The discussion on ratification
cf
the peace treaty came to a prompt
terminaticn this evening after Pro-
I ii i 1t i 'lenience au asked the renators
1101 lo os, an U,11P ,,ul lo p-tsjs
upon the treaty immediately. There
v.as no trace of the bitterness and
criticism which characterized the
discussion in the chamber, all the
.senators bein evidently of the in
tention to put the treaty into force
at the earliest possible moment.
UNKNOWN SOLDIER KILLS
HIMSELF AT WAKARUSA
Iy
A oi-i.i el lres :
YA K A Bl'S A, Ind.. n0t. 11. Au
thorities are attempting to identify
a returned overseas soldier, who.
after shaving himself, sat down be
side a telegraph pole on the Wabash
tracks anil shot himself through the
heart. The bullet passed through
the man's body and lodged in a
pole, from which section mn who
located the body, took it out. There
i was nothing on th man's person by
whieh he could be identified.
sTi:Mini ri iu:.
I'.T .se i ited I'rt'ss :
NFW YORK. Oct. 11. The Bri
tish steamer Port Chalmers, hound
for London from Norfolk with ni
e aro
j miles
of fuel, is anre at sea ''"i
southeast of New i ork. ac -
itordi'-.g ti a wir"ss message fron
t the vessel received here Saturday
I r ight at the naval communication j
i ofr-ce.
Congress Makes Another
Move to End Prohibition
i r.y As iitf 1 rr" :
i WASHINGTON. Oct. It Ar.oth-
'
rnoe to end war tin: prohibition
was made today
in
the houe of
representatives. At the mip tir.te
word went out from the white house
that Atty. -Gen. Palmer would ren
tier an opinion on the constitution
ality of recently enacted prohibition
enforcement legislation before it
for
ced before Pres't
Wilson
' action,
i Th.e r.pa e
in the ho'ise was made
by John V. Hair.ey. democrat.
Illinois,
olution
and took ti;e form of a res
which would declare it the
sr-r,' of cotpgress
tion necessary to
that the condi-
the termination
V7
J'0(g
SPEND $100,000
FOR GOOD ROADS
IK COMING YEAR
St. Joseph County Commis
sioners Plan Extended Im
provements in 1920.
TO PURCHASE NEW EQUIPMENT
Over $1 12.000 is to he expended
upon the roads of St. Joseph county
during the year of 1920 according to
the estimate given by fleorge Y.
I Hepler in charge of the- county high
way department.
Mr. Hepler, with the assistance
of a large number of workers
throughout the county, has been do
ing splendid work during the year
for the roads and thin work is br
ine planned more extensiv ly for the
e.oming year. I
During 1920 the department is J
planning improving o miles of;
gravel road with an approximate j
cost of $1,200 per mile. This esti-:
mate price is the result of varying
prices of a preat amount of work!
mill is said to he an accurate aver-j
Road Repair.
A detailed explanation of the esti
mate for gravel road repair fund
for the year of 1920 is j.s follows:
Amount received and to be received
from 2 per cent levy. ? 12,000;
amount rce'eived from state automo-
bile fund, $20.300; balance in fund
on Jan. 1. 1919, $31,940; total re
ceived and to be received in 1919,
$74,4 40.42; expended to .Sept. .1,
1919. $34,621.11; remaining balance
, equired for fall and winter work,
. . .
$34.621.1 1
The following equipment required
during the year for the completion
of this work as follows: One 3 ton
truck. $n,500; one 1 ton truck, $1.-
7Ö0; one gravel screening machine.!
$1,600: five light road scrapers, $50; j
shovels. $100;
öu permane nt road !
rx H
Ejns O; gas.
,;rinn t ".-.rt-
oil, miscellaneousj
total $10.000.
1N,1t nr,,i nno.i1;,,f ,.u.,, of Tili, i
, hiirhu..iv ; to lu, r,.snrf .irod !
with gravel. This road was formerly'
improved by the township and w;tsj
taken over by the county under that
provision of the law requiring the
county to take over township roads
' whereon ;i certain standard of con-
! dition had been made. This road.
i taken over about four
I very little done toward
j is the connecting road between!
'South Bend and the southwestern!
i part of the county, also with YValk-
erton and Stark county.
Kesurfacv Two Itoad.
Zenia and Ynlve roads are to be
resurfaced with grave for three!
miles. This work will bo in Lincoln
township where no improvements
have been made since they were
taken over from the townships.
I)ixie highwav is to be resurfaced
with gravel for seven miles. This
road was improved under the three
mile road law in various sections
and has been built to wear from'
three to six vears. It is ope of the,
i
heaviest traeled roads in the county,
and is the direet road from South!
Pend to Indianapolis It has not,
onlv a large amount of local traf:ic. j
l.iif -jlcn -i I irro 'ininiint of tniirlst's
travel, and on account of this fact
considerable attention has been giv
en to it hy dragging, but it will ned
resurfacing the same as other roads.
Bremen Highway.
Premen highway is to be revir-
i
f;,rPl- for eight miles in Pmn and
Madison township. This road runs
is0uth from Mishawaka through)
Woodland and Wyatt and is thickly
settled throughout its entire bngth.i
porn.)
( '( 'NTINTHD (N TWGK
rf the war tine prohibition act now
exit. Passac of this resolution, it
was said, would giv the prider.t
authority to annul the law by de
claring demobilization of the
army
completed. The resolution went
ovr under the rule and there was
no indication when. it nigh: !"
brought up.
W-cisiori of white hous ca."iil?
to have the attornev general pa-s
I on the Mil coerir.g both war tur.e
constitutionality enforcetv.ent. enact-
men
if whieh was completed yes
terday bv congress, was in anticina-
tion of attacks on
:s constitution, it-
1 1 y. based prir.cip illy upon the rt-ht
; cf congress
j Leverages.
to define intC'Xi atn.g :
J77 77
i 77 eTT7 1
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. e?
Record Breaking Airman First to Frisco
LISUT.V.E.ieiCWAÄO tWA.TRlX!
of car, v3!w LI CUT. 5 ArV.
Pro-German Senator Quotes
Jesus As Opposed To Japan
SOFT COAL MEN
TO STRIKE SOON
nwnnre nnH FmnlfWP.S RfPSk
i 1
Saturday Following Long
Conference.
I'.y
. uci.i ted rrpis:
P!UUU)ELPHIA. Pn.. Oct. 11.
Coal operators and miners of the
central competitive field which cm
hi aces western Pennsylvania. h:o.
years with! Indiana and Illinois, came to i corn
its upkeep, j pi, -to break today when the joint
v.-ige conference started more tuan
two weeks ago at Buffalo, va. ad
journed withr-ut an agreement hav
ing been reached.
John L Lewis, acting president
of the United Mine Workers of
merica. announced that he would!
leave for his office in Indianapolis
tomorrow and immediately unon his
;.vrival there he would issue an or
der for a strike of more thin L'2.",
(On soft ceal miners effective X-
ember 1. This announcement fol
lowed the rejection by the commit
tee of the operators of the miners'
demands formulated at the recent
convention at Cleveland and which
provided a;.ong other things f r a
r, o per cent increase in wage-, a six
hour day, five days work a week.
time a!"P
i half for overtime and
double time for Sundays and noli
(lilVf.
To N
"I am going
strike order." i
.-hall leave this
ne Strike.
home to issue a
aid Mr. Iewis. ' I
citv tomorrow night
nd within two or three day? I shall!
sue over m Signatur.- a call for
gen.-ral strike of bituminous coal
1
miners tor rovem:er i. i ran
hoped that the operators would
show some signs of getting together
i
1 with us. Though we made every
effort to this end. they did not do
! so and the blame rests with then;."
Th" session here was an adjourn
ed meeting after the conference at
Huffalo had resulted in a deadlock.
The operators from first to b.s?
maintained that they could not
agree to the demand? of the Cleve
land convention and the miners de
clined to offer any other proposi
tion. Operators contended that the
present wage s:ale is in effect and
could not be abrogated legally and
in this position they were supported
v.- ro- tp.nv Garfield, former
v
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United States ful a dmini?trato.. in
a letter which was read at the con
ference today and which set. forth
that the agreement made at Wash
ington early in 1?1 was to continue
in force "ur.':l pe.-cr was deed l reel
cr until March "1. p'V
No Chance to AgTce.
The miners' representatives today
declared they did not J-eo any pos
sibility cf an agreement and asked
. .i.lv.'irTU"' The one".ators
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j (CuNTlNULD ON TAGi: FOUR-1
ciober
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Mrs- k . V
'!V:kel
I
W". Maynard has finished the first lap of his transcontinen- .
Lieut. H
al flight. He also had the honor
aerial race. In the accompanying
friend. Dieut. V. E. Richard, and
HIS WAR RECORD SHOVS WHY
Is Norris, of Nebraska,
Pleading Martyrdom of
Christians to Save
Shantung.
I1V JOHN J. CARSOX.
WASHINGTON, Oct. ll. LSpo-j
cial) Assuming that the little clique ''
of pro-German "copperheads" in the !
senate, who are opposing the Paris i
treaty and League of Nations, "have
a monopoly of belief in, and of good
PT 'I Pft . - i 1 V. ... 1 . . 1
t,.ivc- nun m- iii xi i r in cjoigoma,
and that he especially, as the snokes-
man of Jesus and the kaiser was i
1- . . .
. . .
mo aimignty s wratn, iCn. Norris,
republican of Nebraska, today de
clared that "believers in Jesus
li.nrist, when in full knowledge of:
the disgraceful facts surrounding!
the awarding of Shantung province
to Japan, would suffer death before
giving approval to the treaty that
consummated it."
It was pointed out in the lobby
that this isn't the first time that Sen.
Norris has felt called upon to warn
America against the wrath of the
Almighty in behalf of the kaiser
pleading Christ as his inspiration.
Norris' War Il(iord.
One was wh"n in March. 1 :!. he
voted with Borah. Chamberlain
Cummins, Fall. Gallincer. Gronna.
Jones, LaFollette and Sherman to
require Americans to forego thir
natural, legal and constitutional
right to pail the seas in order that
Germany might feel freer to blow
up merchant and passenger vessel?,
and do so without taking chances
on drawing America into the war.
Another time was when he voted
for a resolution to forbid American
interests to sell war rnvnitions. eb.
to the allies though nothing was
said against selling to the Germans
apparently fearful Us such muni- i
tions be usJ to kill, what he seeTp-J
ir.g'y regarded as Christ's crusaders'
th Huns.
A third time was when he voted
with Germany against America arm -
ing her merchant ships against be-
Ilgerent interference jit seafaring
commerce.
A fourth time was when he voted
against the declaration of war with
Germany, April 4. If-GT. then against:
conscription, against the espionage j
law. food control both revenue
measures, and various -n.rpropri.i-
tion bills.
One Redeeming feature,
One redeeming feature of the sen- J
ator's speech, however, stood out :
hoMly. He talked to empty seats. :
quite in the main: empty f-rats. the;
vice president and reporters for the ;
Congressional Record. He was con- ;
tinumg a speech begun Friday, ad- '
dressed at an empty chamber, the
recognized hypocrisy and un-Ameri- j
1 canism of the senator having reach-:
(CONTINUED ON PAGL KüURd
v
? d.LIEUT.
. -i VVHVÖ
I
of winning the Toronto-New York
photograph he is shown ith his
the famous trench hound, ,,Trix:e."
PLAN LONG REST
FOR PRESIDENT
Wilson Has Long Road toisurl :f proxt il,n1
J put them through :
Travel Before He Reaches
Complete Recovery.
By Ass, Kiibd Press:
WASHINGTON. Oct.
that President Wilson
11. Hope
soon might
regain his
normal health and re-
! ssume
fully the duties of his place
was swept away today bv his phy -
1 sicians
who announce it would
lie
! impossible for him to lave his be 1
" tor
The
in extended period."
fu r a
i we (in auunv . uiv IK, Jliuvj'
consultation between Pear Admiral
Grayson and the three other physi
cians aiding in the case, said there
had beer no interruption of the
president' slow improvement but
i mphaciz'd that he still had a longfed.
road to travel before he readied
com plcte recovery.
Lflect of Mine
Although in keeping with the pro
r.iiii of rest originally- planned tr
Mr. Wilson by Pr. Giaon, the phy
sicians a r noil tp-epp rit brought home
to allbi'il- the possible effeet ef the
president's illness on publie affairs
and rerpw. I , i-enssion as to what
i course sh'MiId be adopted should tip
i JM-f,ss ,,f t,Nfrutie business reach a'
point demanding more attention j
than he oouid give it. The disposition i
on all sides s"ems to b to r'frain
froni rn.i.'-ing th pp-stion of the j
president's disability t a' t invbu" i
t
th constitution. but o'le-uals ;dp
known to have .-onspb-red it as ope
of tip possibilities, of the situation.!
Th- constitution provides that in '
case the president's "disability" the;
vice pre? dent shall act a chief
eeative but th're is no or-cedent
for such a transfer of authortty and
oflicial opinion is divided a.- te how
it might be brought, about should the
necessity ari.-e.
May Sit t'p in Iio
The physicians announce nK-rd w is
I no takep tit mean that Mr. Wilson
J would .. prohibit-d frepp ?ittir.g up
j in b d ard it was considered entire-'
, ly po-sible that lie mitrht be permit- '.
' ted to si-n a few important hi'!?
and crd-s e ich dn as his progress
continue?. That will be a matter, I
; however, w hich those atterrlir.g him I
must derjde as time goe;
on .
a Ti '3
th
disposition of ( ruduis m-hp to
be to let. any question of hi
ii?abil-
j ' crdv itself as sp'-cir case.
i
1 LETTS ABANDON LEFT
BANK OF DVINA RIVER
Hv c-,.dited Pre-.;
cOPHNHAunN. rr.
s..ic- fron Riga dated V
ed by tho Lettish press
11. A me
idiv ree:
bureau
here
t h e
a n d
s-i g-
says the Letts ha-
e abar. de.;p
I) vir. a rive:
ft bank of th
V
old the rieht bank. The m.
reports: he arrival of ar:
trair.s.
END URÄNCE RA
f
GIVE TESTIMONY
Men in Pittsburg District Pre
sent the Case to Senate
Committee.
1'y Assooiite.l Pres:
riTTSIU'Kd. l'a.. Oct. U Strike!
haders from the industrial districts
where the steel controversy is be- .
ing wage-d were given almost the j
entire day hy the senate investigat- !
ing committi'C in an attempt to i
prove the assert? "n of J. (I. Drown, ;
one of the union organizers, that
"the long arm of the steel trust has
reached into the covernment of west - '
ern Pennsylvania to strangle the'
workingman's right of free speech
and free assemblage." Chairman I
Kenyon only interrupted the lone j
l"irocession of striker witnesses twice, j
once to call Mayor F. V
of I'ittsbiH-g and later to hear I.
M.
STRIKE LEADERS
Scott, president of the Wheeling. YY. ; from Mineola. X. Y.. l.-t Ye.lm --d.-.y
"a.. Iron und Ste-l company. j at :24:rJ eastern tim- an-1 repaired.
"Ye can't meet anywhere in rent-, allowing for liff r-::r. in time
el halls." Brown faid. referring trminu,,.s rin,j jj .(,,.nn,;s n.ore t!i.n
l)U(iuesne. McKeesport. Clairton andltnro,, avs for the trip without :!y-
other steel towns. "One way or an-
other they have close,! us oh. If,aft r losing several hours as h y
. I t .. I 1 ' . t, . , h A!
ll is noi me nurgess. n uie Mini,i;(nnp nn aCroUr.t of radiator trouh.e
and if it's not the sheritT. it's the j In addition he wax r-'iuired to
board of health." ia iaif i10,,r at rach control stati.-i;
Lawyers Tc-llfy. Ponnl Landin?.
Y". B. Rubin, attorney for the na- Tnfl riearest e.inir.i titor on
tional strike committee, backed him
j up ty tailing three attorneys whi
i have assisted him, acording to testi-
i mony. m trying to ueienu oeiore po-
lice courts some scores of strike rs
'arrested.
"There is not murli use in trying."
Jacob Howe, one of the lawyers de-
ciareu. ine troopers or me
rial
police arrest our men on any
1 the magistrates
put them througli the mill last. it
they are strikers, its $1 and 1" days
and if they are working its 'clear
out of here'."
Matt O'Peilly. an assistant roller
in a rod mill at Donora, was called
by the committee independently of
the union representatives. "We are
striking for belter working condi
tions eiL'ht hours and the riitht. of
...eeeli." he told the committee.
i vjr..i TK-..ll.-ir of Tmuk ssee. .isliol
jhim how much he earned and O'- j
, eillv
i
said he averaged about ? 1 c a
i day.
"That's mighty good wages." Sen.
' MeK'e -liar remarked. almost
much as a senator g' ts. ny doe.--
a man who earns that much take
a
chance on his job?"
"I'd 5e willing to take less and
w oi k fewer hours." O'Peilly respoml-
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS
WILL BANQUET TONIGHT
The ai.rp;a
let of the
1 columb-.:.--K
1 : i h t .- ' f
PI the i h e
'i y b a n -
"idumb'p:
- p . t r 1 or.
will
be heb!
u tp a V niz i' a o c oc
T'p- pi (i-r mi for Iii- oeeasjon i---in
charge of a coutn.'i'tie compov-e-l
of Prof. .John M. ',,,,ney. Merlin
Guthrie and N'eal P.. V. irh. who
ha-. obtaiipd the It ev. John P.
Conimand. of I etj-o;, Midi., a-; on--c-f
the prir cjp i sp .-. ; rs
Although l'a'h'T- ("ome.ard h -' s
ner-r visit d S'uh B-'ul h" fr . h'
i w r 1 1 k i . o w n
Petroit and a
:p r' t'p" n : - vor.-r ir;
1 i r-U! aber of ?Os
a
w ;
' i v,
op
ha. d
P
BRITISH FLEET LEAVES
FOR UNKNOWN WATERS
p.v v,-,.-i pr-- - :
P. KP LIN", ort. 11. The
!l(-t ha'- !ft liiga for -yu u
d -1 ii.a t '.en . acre, id in ur to rep
nri:di
. V; r. own
, r s r e -
c l e
1 1
h
. n 7
A Mitau
tain of rv,e T.etti-h troops
Co. A'-'aloff-Rerrr.or !.
thonian rr.-)r,-,r, ar- p;
marching from S--.'
I
. t .
i i . .-r. i
t h ore
the
w a v to Li 1 u
ri:pi:si: (.oxzm.lv
P.V VjsrJ-if.-. 1 Pre-- :
NEW YORK. Oc. n. t
Gonrales. former rro:';f;
riica ,'-rrese 1 .-IfT'I'i '"
cf I"
( r r
tion. wjth a l:hd u.t ! r-ught 1
L:
er-In f'w. V;irt:r.f. wa . r
s-d
on
t -
V
'a bail, fu
fri-
. . I
of
P:
Mr. Va'.er.tir charge-! that "'' - g'"
, r pr -d":.' .p--'.:s-l h:m - G-rm..
: in a rev. tuti-.n ir. - Th-"'r ""'--1
r. G P7.ilev . i Mkep :nto '"'
lS :t a a ."ila ! h- " , I--" -
tail for his nati". .-ountry. 4 ' P.- ie-:
MA YNARD
HONORS IN
TT
Two East Bound Flyers Reach
New Ycrk Twenty Sec
onds Apart.
ADMIRERS WELCOME PILOTS
West Bound Planes Strung
Out May Reach Desti
nation Today.
. ssei iff'd Pr :
' S A X V II A N' I s'' ' O
-t. r
:M m:
and .
Crossing the rnnü'-.'T!. 2
in .' ; hours. ."s minute?
; l .
:t.
sern'. actual t!y:r.c time. Di'
"W. Man.ard Saturday took fr.-t h
c-r. iy a few hoars i-; tho first
Of the double tr.i!tiMl!ir.-
Uta. air-
IIane rt'iiM'ity race
l.y landing at
San rr.ii. isr-o at 1:27:7 p. m. Pi
ci:ic Ilm.- Saturdav. wliile Diut. I"
(. Ki"I com ph'tr d tin ast !'o;;nd
trip at 1 1 0 p. m. oa.ef-rn tin,
followed tui-.tv sci,::i!s latr
Mai. "ar! Sp.-itz. who cached N w
York 1: r? t but r,a 1" an rror." aiu
i landl n p.
Lieut. Mavnard. the t-nth to sttit
IV1X hetwe.-n sunset and y-ar.ri
1
t west bourd half o
the round trip
"..pt. IT. C
; :,rr,s-s Amertca a-
' across A ni erica
i
I Drayton, who w:.
. foreed to land a
te Saturdav on !
, j V(.(,o) -r...
i wnv Jf) jj,.ro
, av the two r
bound fly. r.s
ut r.oon :.:
i n I i-.up-is.-o
j TjIn,. ,,n Wednesday.
p ref.u.r
tb.r e,. davs plu
a
: i rru.on ! r
1 1 1 i r tr'p i:ai
d 1
the
semcwh.it bv
1 1 oi k v ino ; n -
j vmnv
storms in
; njn,
Following clor-.
Cajt. I'rayton
Webster. Cap:. .1
Lieut. Abwand r
!' em thrt hee; of
were Lieut. L S
.. Dofi.ildson and
I'e'iison. .Jr.. til
S i'.d ii--, Ftah. at
. i i n t ; n . e and C ,j ; .
i.rki
ia rub
1:(C p. in
Donal.N'.n
Int r at I
V''
i n
th ! .
niinu
t I
.. t ;o
i r - on d r
i ;t -
pt u m I iP" s i :
I. in.
I I leu he salt
.1 . . 1
.1
Lako City.
.ali. pilot of !.
Lieut. F. Mai-.-..-:
sixtii airplane m tip- w.Mw.ud r-" ,
! readp d Salt La'...- City a f t r da : k
! last, night I-.tob-d w.thoiit tai--;hap
pi a I", al roar T;p- .';.". Capt.
Harry Stp.ith. who b!t ''liro'ia ".
I Wyo.. with Li'-ut. Manz.-iman. b i d
! not 1 -!.'i ip.ird from ai !- ;t-t
j nicht.
After h'f eire-lü.g the aiat.on
! : -;d at th.e pr s: !;. Lie-it. Ma t:..t 1
jtiane to th-
round .it
th" end
e . t
1 e
hg r.f hi- 'light.
P.oth Lie
Klem. an
Mayr.ard and s-r'.
obs- ! r. litrrally w t e
n tip fu-fiage of 'lo :r
- a throng of admir;-.
ii Li 'it. Gen. Hunt -
pulp i rr
m a hir.e l
m or g t h
LIgpett
e o : r. ', 1 . r! r of the Wi t et ' i
"lepartnp-r.T rf th" army, T.Taj. (', n.
". J. Met, oh er. d.if? of the .irn.
air -er ice .ipd ""'. P
he a'l e f th.e i-n ;. f. ;i.
. Area
. -1 t
a ' ; v e "
thf
d ep;i rt rn " i; t ;-i n d
v pr
pen?
the -::v"s go.er:-.::
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p.lng
a g r n t t t
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bar;
f. f .
th. v
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ESTH0MANS APPEAL FOR
HELP AGAINST GERMANS
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