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Subbubs I believe Swamp
hurst is unhealthy. Since we have
lived out there my wife can
scarcely speak above a whisper.
Henpecke Do you suppose I
could fnufa "house there?
BITS' OP NEWS " '
Chicago National league base
ball club was fined $6,000 today
for overcrowding grandstand o
the west side ball park. i
Baltimore. State's Attorney
J. S. Stifler, of Harford county,
says that he will close Havre dV .
Grace race track Monday.- De--clares
racin glaw dead.
Racine, Wis. Robbers entered5
ticket office of the S. H. & St. P.
Ry. Robbed safe of $100. '
AVIATION AND WARFARE
Paris, Sept. 21. "Aviation "has?
revoiutionized warfare" said H?
Hirschauer, chief of the aviation'
corps of the French army, today
"The recent maneuvers in France?
Germany and Britain proved this3
"In future wars the army with
the best and swiftest aeroplanes
the ablest pilots and the cleverest?
air scouts will win. 3
"Experiment already has prov
ed that " it is impossible for a'
sharpshooter to hit an aeroplane
flying 1,000 feet above the earth?
at a rate of 60 miles an hour.
"France will have thousands!
of-aeroplanes sooner than most
people imagine. Parliament wUP
soon be asked to appropriate miP
lions for the upbuilding of the air
fleet very soon. v -
"We shall be unbeatable then.
If Germany takes similar actioiv.
war will be absolutely impost
sible," ' I
Post Is her father a country
gentleman? Parker I reallyf
can't say. I've only seen hishe-tf
havfor in town.