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PRETTY JUNE BRIDE WILL JOIN CABINET SET
Miss Ethel McCormick "of the Baltimore Emersons," who is to be married
to Francis M. McAdoo, son of the Secretary of the Treasury, on June 21.
BEES AS MESSENGERS IN WAR
It Is being urged as a practical plan
that bees be used to carry messages
in time of war, instead of carrier
pigeons. By the aid of photography
It is now possible to reduce a mes
sage occupying a full .sheet of letter
paper down to the size of a pinhead.
Such "tiny messages coma oe giuea
to the back of a bee, and, as those
insects have the homing instinct, a
-carrier service might be established
which the bullets of the enemy could
noi reach or disturb. After being re
ceived, the tiiiy messages could be
enlarged by photography, so as to be
We hope that that Lisbon idea of
throwing bombs promiscuously In
celebrating poets' birthdays won't
spread to this country.
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