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MRS. CARMAN OUT ON BAIL OF $20,000 FRBEPORT, N V., July IS.— Mrs. Florence Conklin Carman, Indicted yesterday afternoon on ' a manslaughter charge, in con nection with the death of Mrs. Louise Bailey on June 80, was re-j leaaed later on $20,000 bail. Mrs. Carman entered a plea of aat guilty to the charge, before her release, with the understanding that she could withdraw her plea . within two weeks and start pro ceedings to quash the indictment. The indictment of Mrs. Carman did not cause the flurry that was expected. Ever since the evi dence turned agaiuat her, Free porth as almost taken It for granted that she had committed ths crime. Interest new centers In the coming trial, at which many sensational features hereto fore suppressed are expected to develop. "GREAT"SLEUTH tS DISCREDITED GRAND RAPIDS. Mich., July 18.—William J. Burns, the noted detective, was removed from thii roll of honorary membership of the International Association of chiefs of Police in session here. Chief Beavers, of Atlanta, de nounced Burns for his methods of sicking evidence in the FrauK ci.se to clear the accused slayer. A motion was carried demanding that Mr. Burns remove the as sociation s insignia from his sta tionery. Found Starving CHI'RCHTOWN. Pa.. July IS. Miss Hsjssie Cummlngs, age ..(I, member of a prominent family at Flatbush, L. 1 , who disappeared June 9. was found starving to death tn a deserted church here yesterday. She said she had lived on spring water since June 9. Drivers Shake "Bert, old boy, shake!" They were the first words that paused between 1.1 KavntiHoii. mechanician, and Re-Mrt lMngley, driver of the Oao car that was overturned la the Mojifamaratlion race •lul.v 4. SsanMin was taken to lien's cot yesterday In a wheel i hair. and gossiped with the driver for several minutes. KRAtTIIRKH HHOVLI It'll Stumbling on the curb at 1 1-th and Commerce street yesterday afternoon. Herman Heffler, 4 636 Thompson avenue, fell heavily to the sidewalk and suffered a frac tured shoulder. He Is at the N. P. hospital. Can You Beat It? s. PARIS, July 18. -My lady's dog has become a serious factor In society life here. An establishment for dog baths is about to be opened, in one of the most fashionable quarters of the city, and it is being widely advertised by circulars. They read thus: BATHS FOR DOGS. Electric Cleaning by Hot Air. Special Shampooings. Perfumed Baths. Special Scented Lotions Antiseptic Tonics. Toilette. Warmed Waiting Kennels. And the prices are in propor tion to the luxuries offered. OUR Photographs Have life to them. They are almost speaking likenesses, yet havp all the softness and rich ness of a painting. Our cameras are not manip ulated by more mechani ral photographers, but ny artists who can (five tone, lip-lit and beauty to tho reproduction. 903 1 m Tacoma ay. Main 2233 Open Sundays, 11 a. m —3 p. m. REPORTER AVIATOR RADER SIZES UP FLYING SHIP AMERICAN FOR SCRIPPS NORTHWEST NEWSPAPERS ♦ ♦♦ ♦♦♦ ♦♦♦ ♦♦♦ ♦♦♦ ♦ ♦♦ ♦♦♦ ♦♦• ♦ ♦♦ Bft«* ♦♦♦ ♦♦♦ «♦♦ ♦♦♦ *♦* HE DECLARES IT IS ABSOLUTELY FIT FOR THE PERILOUS JOURNEY ACROSS THE ATLANTIC OCEAN SPECIAL AEROPLANIST THOROUGHLY EXAMINES AND DESORIBESIT S INTERESTING PARTS FOR TIMES ■V I'll 11 Ii R\ I lill. eiperlal Aa-t>i__aiat far the Scripae NorUaweet New spaa is »■ HAMMOMISPORT. N. V.. July It.—Will tha flying boat Amer ica" succeed in crossing the At lantic ocean? I have come ta . Hammonds port oa Lake Keuka, to try to solve that ques tion, and -In formulating my answer I am go ing to use the best of m y knowledge and tha best of my flvs years' ex perience as a pilot and builder of flying boats. I am a men tal free lance in aviation circles There are three aspects, I have concluded, in which the "Amer ica" must be considered in ren dering a prophecy as to whether this great winged air whale it going to get across the big fish pond or not. First, the scientific aspect. Second, the mechanical as pect. Third, the practical aspect. First—l shall undertake to consider the chances for the "America's" success from the scientific aspect This t-liuply resolves itself into this one prob lem: Is her construction done In the lightest but strongest manner possible In present aero va. hi building? EAST SIZZLES; FIFTEEN DEAD CHICAGO. July 18.—Fifteen deaths at least and scores of prostrations are reported in the Lust and Middle West as the re sult of the extreme heat wave and sudden electrical storms which are harassing men and beasts. In New York three men died and seventeen persons were tem porarily overcome by the heat. Lightning struck an elm tree on TOMORROWS BAND CONCERT PROGRAM AT POINT DEFIANCE The following program will be rendered by the Coast Artillery band at Point Defla'nce park, Sunday, July 19, at I'M p. m March—"On the Hike" J. O. Brorkenshlre Overture —"FesC Fachner Baritone Solo Selected Marceau Caracteristlque—"Dawn of Love" Theo. Bendix Selection—"Three Twins" Karl Hoaehna From Comic Opera. Intermission. March —First Brigade A. F. Weldon Selection—"ll Trovatore" Verdi Walti Tales From the Vienna Woods Strauss Selection—"Red Feather" Becker From Comic Opera. March —Ponderoso X ing Song "America." HUERTA S NIEGES Virginia (left) aad ifoloccß Vuintana. daughter* of Mai-rial Haerta uniniana, and nleees of H aerta. Mexico's former provisional —i c aide lit. who rea-eaatly arrived In Lavs Angelas. Cal., ta leara that tiaelr father havd Jnat been rata d own and terribly iajsml h— aa aalaaseblle. Roth girls, ntetnne r» of Mevtco's aiiatncrsri, had heea atteadtag aa rvclnaive sella ol near Pasngtaa, Cal.. where they distinguished thesinwlves la amasciir dramatics. They were on their wag honae tar aha sans nvee varattaav. "The Flying llutchnina" oa lake Keuka. la this sky ship PtiH Hatter, oar special flying machine maa, will watch tlie tuieri. a and haw Ii ana- \ limine navigators until they bate started ea their greaat voyage across the oceaa, reporting hla olmervalion* for this newapaiier. < The answer to this question is unqualified "yes." The "Amer ica." I find, 18 A PKHFKCT MARVEL of feather weightneeß and a PKKFKCT PAHAOON OE KMU'KANi'K "The "America's" hull, I find, weighs only r. r. 11 pounds and en dures most surprisingly the iin mense pressure of water met with while the great 3.000-pouml machine Is plowing through the waves at the rate of 62 miles an hour No iiiotiiilMiat I know of has ever lieea so coastructeil thai her liow can liegin to stand nucli a tremendous head-on pressure. The America's" wings, the next point in her construction •vhicli I wish to talk about, are th. N H. L, type, made at the National Physical laboratory at the golf course in Van Curtlandt park, and several women golfers fainted during the panic that fol lowed In Huston two men died and thirteen were prostrated. Philadelphia recorded six deaths and more than two score prostrations. Although the temperature va ried between 7 8 and 86 degrees, three deaths attributed to the heat were reported In St. Louis. THE TAOOMA TIMES Tennlngtnn. England. aad are considered the moat efficient for hydroplane of rugged construc tion. In addition to tbe bull, ' the flotation of the America," I discover, has been greatly la creased by the addition of two pine pontoons similar to those recently tried out by Aviator Cur tlss when he made his test with Prof. Langley's old machine. The pilot house, in which Porte and Hallett will live during, their epoch making attempt to span the ocean Is so bull that It will afford ample room for all nau tical and aeronautical laetru uients necessary. 1 am now going lo try to dis cuss the ability of the "America,'' as I see it, from the mechanical poini of view. HALL t II H THRKATRNKD I Continued From Page One.) course. I would sell If my price were offered, the same as any pi rson would, but I urn not irv ina^ to unload. It lias been pretty lough work thla tear, and 1 hired Rush Hall tn manage the team so as to lighten my work. That's all thard is to it." Relief Among,. i»n» Baseball fans and men Inti mately Connected with TaToina baseball say that they are not at all surprised at the rumor that the Tacoma club Is In "soak." Wherever baseball is talked, sympathy Is expressed for Mo- Ginnitv. Had he started his work here by hiring a competent man ager, and only taking care of the financial end and pitching on. c In a while, fans say that the team vuuld not be in its ptesent flnan rial jeopardy. It would be a tremendous loss to Tacoma If she were to lose her baseball team in the middle of t he Heasoa. DEMOCRATS IN SESSION IN SEATTLE Led by such well known demo crats as James Dege. A. R Tlt low, Carl l>. Kshelman. Krank 11 Cole, K. R. Rogers, Van M. Ooud. Kvan Stallcup, Col. Ander son. Crank Laiuborii. Harry H. Collier and Charles lirury, Pierce coutily democrats lioarded the early boat for Seattle to attend the state round-up of representa tives of the state's democracy. The main body of tbe local mea went on the 9 o'clock boat, while several smsll groups took to the trains and earlier boats. In structed to boost for either a Ta coma man or a man from the southwest as temporary chair man of the convention, a lively fight Is expected to take place during the early hours of the ses sion today. It Is Intimated thai Governor Lister will be boosted. Carl Kshelman may become tem porary secretary It is said, however, that the state central committee, which met this morn ing in Seattle, was to have recom- j mended Arthur X Nafe of Seattle for temporary chairman. | Women will have a prominent part In the party conference of the democrats. Many of the counties have given women places on I heir delegations. Perhaps the oldest delegate In the convention was among yes terday's arrivals. He Is Amos t'nderwood. of Skamania county. He is Sn, snd hss been voting the democratic ticket more than fifty years. The selection of a permanent chairman ts likely to develop two or three interesting contests. A half dozen prominent demo crats have been mentioned for the post of honor, but there was no Indication in Ihe sentiment ex pressed by the enrly arriving delegates that any effort had been made for any particular caa- " didst. Among those proposed for the chairmanship are Williaax Good year of Pullman, candidate far representative in congress ia 1912. W H Duaphy of Walla Walla. Tom M. Vance of Olympla, Maurice Langhorne of Tacoma, and Gov. Lister. It Is certain thst the governor will address the assemblage and probably will make the keynote speech, but whether he would care to preside hss aot been as certained by the party managers. The wet and dry fight probably will be threshed out ia the rega in it fee oa platform. Her engines are two In number, mounted on either side of the hull, midway between ths planes They are the O. X. eight-cylinder. lou horsepower type and make 1 ,- SOu revolutions per minute In normal flying. This will be stif flfient to glvs ths "America a BPF.KH OF 66 MILKS I'KH HOI K. These two motors have both sa.. ess I i.ll- perforated a thirty ha>ni test on tlie block, their bearings showing absolutely no wear. The fuel supply for -the en gines Is carried In a tank In tbe cockpit which has a capacity for gasoline enough to last twenty hours. The practical aspect of the "America's" flight Involves the leratlon, mainly, of the in What's Doing I In Politics l.ieiylMady in Invited to send In news that is of politi cal interest. We har no one from this column, tvhateter the ...|..r of hi* |h.lili. nl skin. If you have ant thing of « polin i| nature thai >ou think will lntereat Time*, readers let us '.»«.- it. X A Wiley, assessor of Cheha lls ibhiihv republicans. today filed for the republican nomina tion for congress from Ihe Third district, which means that < ou gieatgian Albert Johnson will haye some opposition for the job at ta)e September primaries Wiley ha* made a fine record in the as sessor's office. It is said, and Is well known throughout the south «. si Two progressives have already flle ( | for I'niteil States senator, Ma>oi' A. V. Fawcett and Con gressman Falconer. Ole Hanson Is expected to send in his $7.1 sonic nine this week. W. W. Toltnan. Spokane democrat, filed for congress in Ihe Fifth diHtrlct. Repreaeatatt—e lianiel Bilker, it is said, will not be a candidal! Here's a Chance to Learn How to Build An Auto Racer Hid Holland, of lata Angeles, one of tarii little nvrera coming ■■I Iter for tha meet in Hepaerobe r. This ia oae of Holland's first machine*, from which he got cobs Ida—able speed. Thi« picture shows tlie next l step in the making of an automo bile a* the hoys aaed to build , them. lon will notice tlae n heels anil hon the steering post In set. j TMb method of setting the engine ass an iilea of Hid Holland's, as i tan the cheapest way and at lass? time gave the hast re !«. Now, haiwever. the engine is «ci in tlie miihlle of the frame ia fiout and the pnlley wheel ts carried out tn the aide on an ex te-n-<ion shaft front the engine aad fMLarheel mounted on that. JI is way is. of course, more .halve, as it takes s bearing c frame for the shaft and tijp-way of mounting tbe engine! hi more expensive because the! snule iron frame must be made' to fit,. Another thing the wheels are not good for any speed and the iron wheels not aaly dig too far Into a track and lose speed, bin they get loose and wobhley aad are mighty hard to steer with It win do all right, however, for paied roads aad aa a start for better eaes later ice the old Baalbrcyele gas snd oil tank above the eaglae and I the controls heady, too. durance aad the ability of the pilots to accommodate lo wind aud wave and weather to sud den squalls, to heavy seas, to baffling fogs or sny other un foreseen circumstances which may enforce a sudden landing at sea. Of course, upon these things It is almost InifMiHsible to s|**cu|ate, as It Is precisel) here that the human element enters. Of Porte and Hallett aa avia tors I exiiect In make an Inime diate study and will write upon my findings for tbe readers of this paper. Humming up, I am forced to conclude that the "America" Is as iwrfii-t mechanically as she caa lie at tlie |M eseut stage of hydro plane development. for re-election In the 38th dis- I rlct. Lorenzo Dow. prosecuting at torney for Pierce county, this nniiuug illed for re election Dow will pwebahly have no opposition for the nomination on the Hull Moose ticket, as his record In of fice makes him one of the strong est men for the job In the county To Arbitrete CHICAtIO, July IK. Railway trainmen last night acceded to the proposition of presenting their grievances and claims to the fed eral mediation board, and that bod.i will begin hearing testi mony July 20. By the acceptance of mediation, a possible strike on all western railroads has been i" deferred. Now about the frame. I want to say that by far ash makes the best frame It is light and strong and easy to work, if you will get two pieces seven feet long, three inches wide and one and one quarter Inches thick, and three pieces that are eighteen inches long by three wide and one and one quarter thick, yon will have tbe frame lumber for any kind of a machine you want and the cost should not be over a dollar. New mark off six Inches at ea-h end and taper the side mem- , iters in a nice line from the top' of tbe mark to the end of the lumber, one foot back from ea<h end. Put a cross member, aas three- Inch screws aad two long bolts twenty-two inches long by quarter of an Inch just In front to he sure ta have a solid frame Now eighteen inches hack from the front cross member place yoar last cross member. Put It oa the same way, as this holds the dash, aad engine, aa well as the controls aad steering wheel If aay of my hoy readers want to have a diagram I will be glsd to furnish it. Address me 1 of the Times. COLFAX MAN SLEW LOVER OF DAUGHTER CULPA*. July IN.—After el.i.iius; offaca—s for more than fourteen tear*, during which time an active search waa conducted |i him and a reward of ••MMI was offered for hia arreat, Samuel R. < leineiis, formerly a pmuil neat farmer of thla county, approached W. I. I "alley, a fulfil\ policeman Friday aft .•ru.M.n and gave himself up. i 'leineiis was wanted for a murder committed near Parapa. Whitman county. on Jul> |«, 1900, and which aroused great HUERTA READY TO MOVE ON PI'KHTO MKXICO. Mcx, July lx All arrangements hud been made today for ex-President Huerta to sail at noon on the British cruiser Bristol for la mates From Jamaica he said he i expected to go later to Parla. Accompanying him was a con siderable party, including his wife, Jorge and Victor and t heir wives, his two daugliieis ex-War Minister lilaimuet aud his wife and a number or other o'flclals of the fallen government Ac commodations had been provided for all of them on the Bristol. in- IN IIIIKIIIIN ROSKITHi; Ore July IS With the thermometer registering 102 degrees, the people of Rose burg and Douglas county yester day sweltered in the hotteMi weather for several years. No relief is promised for today MINE GUARDS ARE MISSING FORT SMITH. Ark, July 18. Tipples of three mines were de stroyed and other property was wrecked, making a total loss of [1100,000, as the result of a charge upon the mines by several hundred striking coal miners yesterday afternoon. Several mine guards are missing. Firemen Kept Busy With Fires Dry grass and foliage In all parts of the city have Increased the danger of brush fires, and several blazes late yesterday caused danger to residences. One fire was at IHth and Hprague streets and was moving towards the baseball grounds when ex tinguished by firemen Another at 25th and Lawrence streets gained such headway that It waa an hour before tt was extin guished. The home of Mrs. Mary Dupea, ISO South 12th street, waa en dangered by a fire In her yard. Ke\ I O Haugen's home was also menaced by flames in the back yard, but was saved by fire men. RAINY OU) PHILLIP PHILADELPHIA, July 18.— More rain fell in Philadelphia so far this month than In the first 17 days of any July In 42 years. Cp to today it has smounted to G. 4 2 inches. There has been only 2 7 per cent of sunshine since July I. "PR KM DP NT RKTTKR WASHINGTON, D. C., July 18. —President Wilson had so far re covered today from his attack of Indigestion that he was able to take aa automobile rids late in the afternoon. I If you are looking for speed, power and enduranea, you will find it in the big X. Remember the endurance run to Portland and retarn Sept. 3 and 4; also the big motorcycle races oa the Speed way at Tacoma, Labor Day. K. K. PKTKRSON, Xx eel trior Agent. Phoae Main -RAO. I 14-1 la So. f*th st-. Tacoma. I We Have Decided to Make a Great Specialty of I "FORD TYPE" I Pennsylvania Oil Proof Vacuum Cup Tires I A ST. GARAGE. Main 4100 I -.in ■■ .■■■in nn aa_——— nM—i—a i i M , .■»■■■■ ■— wm aam— -kani-v AGENCY HUDSON, PACKARD TOUTING CARS AND TRUCKS PACIFIC CAR CO. No. 2nd and G. Main 13_0. j I Universal Motor Co. I 223 So. Kst Main 2300 I Ford Motor Co. | <-Mg-H-l_^__^_ a _HM-MH^__MHHIHMHMiHBMHa Friday, July 17, 1014. ieellllg in tills com Clemens, who Is now 80 years of age. told the policeman that ba had l.n suffering mental agony because of his crime and had been unable to live an hanaat life. In 190tt ileniens who was a prosperous farmer shot and - ad Oeorge Boland, a young maa whom he suspected of having tak en his daughter to a dance ta opposition to his wishes. 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