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SAN DIEGO, Cut, Dee. 10. Ex
pressing the dcBiro to "flv onec be
fore retiring to a quiet lite," Mm.
l.nlu Cunwtock, n(?cd 74 years, of
thin city, nrrarwd for a filtflit with
Aviator Anton Meverhoffer, Jr., that
ended today with tlio fnlluiK of the
flying hont into the wntcrs of Knn
Diego hny nnd the denth of tho wo
mnn. Mrs. Comstock, previous to the be
ginning of tho flight, Htnted that who
wished to be tnkcti to ft holt-lit of nt
letiHt 1300 feet. Within a few min
utes nfter the flight Intel been Htnrted,
Recording to tho Btorv told by Meyer
liolYer, MVs. Comfctock wnn heired
with a fit nnd, renrhliift out, grabbed
the nvintor in n finn RTftHp.
Meverhoffer nnvs that ho fltnitfulcl
desperately to freo himself from tho
cmhrneo of tho womnn ho that ho
could control the machine, but thnt
beforo ho cou'd rcleriHo himfcelf from
her gniKp the Hvintr boat, which wnn
nbont fifty feet in tho nil-, turned
over and fell into the waters of tho
bny. The force of tho impact with
the wnter complctclv wrecked tho fly
Mcyorhoffpf ontl MVs. CotilHlook
were hurled clear of tho wreckage
nnd rescue parties within five minutcH
Imd brought both to hhore. ItrH.
ConiHtoek, however, upon examina
tion, was found to be dead, whether
from drowning or tho injuries hIio re
ceived is not v't known. IMiyuiciiino
who examined the bodv of tho woman
htnted that her nock, ouo Jeff, ono
Jirm and her shoulder were broken, in
addition to other injuries.
Me.verhoffcr eseuped willi a fow
scratehes on the face. Tho, dead wo
man had been a resident ol'Hnii Diego
for a number of vein and is survived
by n son and u daughter, both grown.
WASHINGTON,- Dec. DJ.-Woimm
suffrage leaders again appealed to
somite and house eomtnitteas today
to immediately favorably report the
Susan H. Anthony constitutional
amendment to enfranchise women.
Miss Anne Mnrtin of Nevada intro
duced more thnu a dozen speakers at
the senate hearing for fiveminute
Senator Itnnsdeli of Lotiisinnn di
rected attention to the contention
that the women of tho south did not
want thu ballot because of the neurit
"It is not the negro question which
Is endangering suffrage in the south,"
replied .Miss Frances Jolliffo of Cali
fornia, "but is the factory owner who
employs children nnd women."
Mrs. Sara Hard Field of Oregon
told of the fight of western women
for national suffrage and their reso
lution to put suffrage ahead of putty.
Ho fore the house committee Dr.
Anna Howard Show, Mrs. Corrio
Chapman Catt and other representa
tives of tho National Suffrage nhso
oliition urged the amendment.
Mrs. Cult said she would not have
it on her conscience to refuse to let
tho question of a constitutional
amendment for woman suffrage ;o
beforo tho states. "I believe wo
could trust the people of the various
slates to do what is right," she said.
SIUUNUKIBI.D, 111., Dec. Ifi.Dr.
Gvorgo I', MpRchulch, ntnto roprciien
tntlvo from Chicago, enmo horo today
to Mlo written chnrgos with tho atnlo
lionrd of health rtRnlnst Dr. Harry
Hnlseldcn of Chicago, who declined
to perform an operation on tho de
fective IiollliiKor bnby, which might
have saved Its life
In tho chorees Dr. Hnlsrldon Is nc
cubed of grojs unprotoimlonnl con
duct. If found guilty his llcoimes
inlnht bo revoked.
"I nm also considering' tho ndvls
ability of taking this matter up with
tho state's attorney of Cook county,"
said Dr, Llpucliulcli.
KEPI IN SOLITUDE
l'AHIS, Dec 1C ' I greatly fear
I shall Imvo lost entirely tho uao of
npeech before tho Imnquetu which you
npeok of my prcnldlng over In the
future," aaya lliirRoiunMer Adolpho
Max of DruNaolH, In a letter ucnt to
n friend from tho Herman fortress
nt OnlU In which ho baa been con
fined for tho Inst year.
The burgomaster, whoso disagree
ment with tho German military au
thorities at Urussels led to his Im
prisonment, h)h In his letter that
tinny of leers Imprisoned nt Glntz, nro
Jiermltted to inlnjtle freely but that
for some reason he Is unable to
fathom, ho has not been allowed to
come In contact with them.
Paris nowspapors, In publishing tho
letter asked whether President Wil
son, King Alfonso or Pope Ilenedlet
can not Intervcnt to nllovlato the lot
of tho burgomaster. i
CALOAHV, Alia., Dee. 1(1. -Police
Chief Cuddy of Calgary said today
that J. IE. Von Mbiilfonl, serving a
year's imprisonment, after having re
cently been convicted of forgery, has
admitted to him that he is Johannes
II. Van Koolbergen, wanted as a wit
ness in Han Francisco in connection
with the ease of Huron Von Hriuoken.
Von .Mont lord, Cuddv said, claimed
to ho one of the men who plotted in
San Francisco to destroy railwn,s
and bridges in Canada and niiinilinn-i
plants in the Tailed Htntcs.
FRANCE ORDERS STEEL RAILS
FROM PENNSYLVANIA STEEL
I'HIliADKUMIIA. Dec. HI. -Tho
Pennsylvania Steel company an
nounced todnv that the French gov
ernment had placed with that corpor
ation an order for 8.1,000 tons of
Did you look at those pictures?
Well, look again I
They're the leading ladlos of tho
Ilroadwuy nurlesquors, aro they not?
YES, THEY AUK .NOT!
Thoy aro a couple of stylish man
nllilns toggod up In thu rags that aro
going to be the swell thing In Man
hattan's swagger set this winter.
Thoy'ro not from nny ordinary pop
ular MHMon show, or any womnn's
(Continued from pago ono)
LONDON. Do. 1 i 'There It
tivery reason to IhIIvc that the Gor
ijnnn rolahttUg will hav to tit wurh
longer than was ex.pecod in enUr te
deal with tbe prnMtug dlseoitlettt
among tho mnsco. my the Hotter
dam corrospoudont of the Dily Nwi.
"In ordor to npnoM tUme ehiimtr
Ings, it will newt to deal wltk no
fewer than one huMdro4 sod tolrtv
resolutions, all relating to the otMri
liutlon of food, IhmM nwoluttoun
dealing with tl'P sotiial pollry, wM h
will require delliwte liojMilliig. th
demands qf boiler pay for th wi
tilers and llQr n(( better orovtsloH
or the relief of wrtr fHIUHi"
aboard, there would be little room tor
discussion of Secretary Lansing's
contention thnt tho commander io
lated tho principles of international
law and humnuitv, ami that it was
"wanton daughter of defenseless
Official pointed out todav thai a
thoioughly unsatisfaetorv and nine-
sponsive ivplv Ironi AiiMiin would
hnuir dii)lomtie rehilioiih between tlu
two countries to a ciimh lieeiiuse of
the closing words ol Secretary Lan
sing's note, which declares that
"good relations between the two
countries rest uixni n common icgtud
for law and human. tv," and that
Austria, apprecmtiuir the urauty of
the case, "will ueemle to its (the
I'nited States) demand ptomptlj."
.Nolo .AIot Kmpluillc
Speeil'icMllv the note ileniHuded do
uouucinir the siuKiug of the Aucona
us an "tllogal nud undefetntible act,"
punishment of the commander "who
perpetrated the deed." and nonurnt
of an imUmuttv to those Amencnns
who Mitlorwl. The note Mauds ns
the most igorous of all the Ameritiau
('oiiVkiHiiidenee of tbe war nnd wn
not e(UMlled men h tbe uote at the
ilis(. of the Hiibuiuiiiie coiilrotcrsy
AuotrinV iliplomalie relation with
the I'nited State, oiaee the recall ot
Awbaiiaador Diuuha for his etiHucc
ttoti with p-loU to eripttlt Amftncan
Munition plants have Ihwo tuaiulaiued
by the emlm bete with Haroa
.weidiuek a e ha rye d'attaiii.
Utvr in Ihe da lUruu Xaawiiuek
returned to the iate detrtinent and
ajptin oonfrrNt with criarv Un
utf. II truiHl to tall what hi
MUMioa a or whother ho Im4 heard
from Vtaaoa iare h ooJnmI w tha
It oVvoloiird tkat Iko koruo had
" eid bnot mn trmm Viotma
Uliim kin NttMiiua to hta sm
"...fa lopiy, vfcirk, Uvovor, was ho4
t-..i, itta4 lo hiaa. Ii k4 mat hooa
m'rutHl ai Iko klatr drmitti nl at
ill) ll.xu ,. ill, , ,
hoem magazine they're rrom that
very hon-tonnest ot tho bon-ton,
"Town nnd Country!"
And thej'ro offered In nil sorlous
ncss to tho moneyed dames of tho
eastern fashion centers a stho very
best bets In dinner duds and matinee
Over tho ono nt tho loft thoy had:
"Net and Jot Jot ominroldored In
sertions on n full tunic; sable fur on
n not skirt; from Alice Mnynnrd."
And "Town and Country" thus de
scribed the ono at the right: "Worn
very short black spangled evening
gown with dni-hlng velvet bow and
sushi from Ilotio Socurs."
"Fashion has taken satan Into part
nership," says tho Kov. Samuel Fal
lows, reformed Episcopal bishop of
Chicago and student ot social condi
tions. "The fashion-able dress of today Is
an Invitation to men to mnko Improp
er approaches. The good woman
dressos as guadlly as tho ovil womnn;
how Is the world to know which garbs
vice and which virtue?"
XHW CITY, X. Y., Dee. 1(J. Will
inin V. Clea'ry, former town clerk of
Haverstraw. was found unillv of sec
ond degree forgery by u jury today.
The jurors niudc a rceiimuieiidatiou i
for mercy. ,
Clenr.v, formetly u imliticnl power
in the community, firt Kuined noto
riety by killing his son-in-law, Kit. I
gene Newman. Of this crime he was '
acipiitted. Later he wt indicted for
lorn cry nnd Kmul Iniccuv and fled i
lnt may. Atler a determined search
he was found in Washington and
brought back lor trial.
TOHONTO, Out., , Dec. 1C Tho
wills of Elbert Huhlmrd and his wife
who wero drowned on tho llnor Lu
sltanla, wero filed horo today for an
cillary probate as both hold stock In
tho Northern Crown Hank of Can
ada. The amount of .Mr Hubbard's total
estate was declared at $!U7,SI5 and
that of Mrs. Hubbard at f87,7r3. In
eacn case tho estates wore divided
equally between their children, El
bert nnd .Miriam.
A direction in each will rend:
"I desire that mv body bo cremat
ed and not burled In tho ground."
GREECE AND ALLIES
LONDON, Dec. 10. "King Con
stnutiue, though slightly indisposed,
received Premier Skouloudis yester-
I day in bin bedroom nnd conferred on
the external situation, which it is said
in official circles are progressing
normally," KouterV. corroopondent at
Athens tellers phs.
"The progre. of negotiations be
tween Greece- and tbe allies is re
icurdcd in militarv circh. as unite
! satisfactory. At the same time the
1 negotiations with the central powers,
.directed agaiiiMt the poiihility of n
Hnlgnriau iucuiMoii, ate e.oing so well
that the possibility that Hulgurtnns
will cross the frontier is regarded ith
jh.tMUu been excluded."
LOS ANGELES, Cnl., Dec. 30.
Wrappers taken from the dvnamito
in a bomb found nt tho home of Felix
J. Zeehnndelnar, secretary of the
Merchants' and Manufacturers asso
ciation, after tho Times building was
blown up five years niro. was identi
fied today at tho trial of .Matthew A.
Schmidt, alleged McNamnrn accom
plice, charged with murder by Will
iam Flynn, n packer for the Giant
Powder works nenr Son Francisco.
Flynn also identified tho dynamite
packing cases found in tho south San
Francisco house which tho MeNnm
arn conspirators wero alleged to have
used as n cache.
Two other witnesses testified con
cerning the purchase of metal lcttcm
which the state nsterts Schmidt, Jos.
IJ, McNamnrn nnd David Cnplun em
ployed to disguise tho nnme of the
launch used to transport the explos
ive from tho powder works, but
neither man could positively identify
Harrison Nutter, employe of n sign
manufacturing company in San Fran
cisco, said Schmidt "looked like" tho
man who in September, 1010, a short
time beforo tho Times explosion, pur
chased aluminum letters to spell the
nnme "Peerless," the nnmo us given
by the alleged conspirators to the
Jllltll.il a tintititi
All This Week
LONDON, Dec. 10. "Considerable
mmntitics of food arc bcim? scut to
Germany by parcel post from Amer
ica nnd wo nro m communication with
our ambassador at Washington on tho
subject," Lord Robert Cecil, parlia
mentary under secretary for foreign
nf fairs, informed tho house of com
The under secretary added that
other steps had been taken to deal
willi the matter effectively.
TEN PERCENT SALARY
GIFT TO EMPLOYES
CHICAGO, Dee. 10. -Officials of
the Crane company announced todny
that the company's annual Christmas
gift to its employes will consist this
year of 10 per cent of the annual
salary of each man or woman em
ployed for more than six months.
Ten thousand employes throughout
tho country will shnro in tho com
pany's gift, which will total more
nOYI.I.'STOW N, IM , llei. IB !
Sixty children were safel taken out '
of a burnliiK dormltor of the ChriHt'a
Home for Homoleas and Dcmtlluto
Children at Warminster, nenr heio
Tha children were at dinner when
fire wan discovered in the Imminent.
Tho older children were marched out
willi the attendant!", with the help of
some of the older lo and glml. '
helped to tarn out the buhle. I
PERMIT PRISONERS TO
CELEBRATE NEW YEAR'S
IIKHI.IN, Dec ltl (t.N wnelcs t.
Say villa). The German ui eminent.
it wh announced toda b the Over
seas Newt Htenev, has promised to
Jtiii.ua an arranuemeul wheieltx itu- ,
sian. luinrihoned in (lerttinnv will lie
permitted to celeb rtc New Yeur's da
in cahe ltuiin allows iiopruuncd
Gelinanis to eelcbiule the blltbdav of
Portland Livestock Market
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lloga I'aekaujivd; rteeil, Mi7. ,
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weight, lAJ.Vufl; bsh! u piune
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