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COMES TO JT, 5.T0 LEARN TO BE 'BRITISHi'A' VIATOR
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Mohan Singh, in'a Curtiss Machine.
Mohan Singh, a full blooded
East Indian captain, in, the Brit
ish army in India, is learning- to
fly at Glen Cur tiss' school of avia
tion at SanDiego, Cal.
Singh is on furlough, and it "is
not known to'his superiois that
he is studvingj'a-viatiqn. He has
no chance to jjeV on the atrial
staft of the army "as 'a: -beginner,
so he intends to apply for an ap
pojntnien as a full fledged avia
tor upon his return. i
After graduating, 'Singh will
spend a few weeks withhis aero
plane on the desert togain ex
perience which can "be used to ad
vantage by the aeroplane corps
of the British armym tropical
cpuntries. ' - "
The pretty and petulant wife of
a. congressman slood'Jfar a mo
ment before the window of the
receiving teller in a' Washington
bank, then tapped the ""window
with her parasol, exclaiming r
"Why dori'Cyou py attention
"We Py notHing here,'
madam," Avasthe reply. '"Pl'cae
go to the next window.
1 Pat's Views.1-,
Pat answered an advertisement
of a saw-mil 1 for sate, making in
quiries as to prices When his in
quiry was answered' -stating the
pii.t.c ui .po.wv iy ue'jJiuu uown,
aridso much in monthly pay
ments, he said.: " ,
"0, gvtui, 4pltwat1ii,' divil ye
think "Gi'd wrntwidca'sawmill iff
I lrad tree huR3i.rJHair5."