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-A-NEW-jaaecD in aviation.
v 4 t -v- "r -rr" ""?.. wTt gi
Sijas CHno5FersoniuiTlicehsed aviator, 'starting for 'Van
couver, Wash., from the roof of theMultnomah hotel,in Portland,
Oregon. This established a new' world's record, it being. the first
time'invtiie history of aviation tliat such" a feat has been accom
plished. 50,000 people witnessed fhe.start Thetime for the-mile
flight was 12 minutes. -As usual, 'the' moving picture machine was
on-the job. - , - V .
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. ' ITLATTERY
One must be a genius to'be a!
successful barber. One is' remind
ed of the' tonsorial artist "wfyo
operated in, the same villaget for
fifty years,' and never made a mis
take. In his. early days, arhand
some boy gqt into his chair.
"Shave, Sin?" asked the barber.
"You flatter me' 'laughed, the
youth.- "You flatter me. . No,' I
can only use a hair cut."
Years parsed. In fact, thirty
years did it. ' The same man came '
tothe same barber.
"Hair cut, sir?'.' asked -the bar
ber. , - y ,
"You flatter me!" sighed the
man. "Nq only a shave." .
Teacher Heat ascends and
cold descends. CanyoV te'll me
why?- : j,
' -Jimmy I don't, believe. it's .so.
Teacher Why? t
.. Jimmy I got a cojd'id by head
dis bordig a-'d the cloctor says it's;
'cause I got m feet wet yester