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construction here. It will be com
pleted and the "Jerry will be operating
within two months.
The "ferry" building, or hangar,
will be the headquarters of the new
aerial line from Oakland to San Fran
cisco, a distance of six miles across
San Francisco Bay. One of the new
"boats"is already here and three
more are on the way.
Bach boat is capable of carrying
1,000 opunds, which means three
three passengers and the aviator.
As fare is to be charged on a basis
of weight four cents a pound fat
men will be more welcome than lean
The Oakland terminal will be the
headquarters of the company. The
fcuilding will have storage room for
the four planes, a restaurant and oth
er conveniences for the public.
Landings will be made on huge
floating pontoons at the ferry termin
als. The 'planes are not high flyers.
They will not rise more than thirty
feet in the air during the trip.
First Negro Say, what mean dis
head word "nucleus?" Second Ne
gro Sumpin' what odder things
gether 'bout. First Negro Uh-huh!
Den I was one las' week when I upset
a- beehive in da dahk. Baltimore
PLAY AND WORK TOGETHER IS
ST. LOUIS' MOTTO
St. Louis, Mo. "If we play togeth
er we will work together" is the
slogan of the citizens' commit
tee which, with Mayor Henry W.
Kiel at its head, is preparing the his
toric pageant to be given here next
month. Practically the entire town
is working on the pageant plans;
more than 7,500 persons will take
part in the "living picture" of St.
Louis' history. The pageant will be
held in the natural amphitheater at
NOTED PHYSICIAN DECLARES BAD -DOCTORS
EXPOSE PATIENTS TO DISEASES!
physicians there "47.7 are absolutely
wrong" that the doctors don't even
know what is the matter with prac
tically one-half of their patients un
til they die and are cut open to find
"This statement is amazing only to
the layman,"' said Dr. Wheeler in dic
'tating his statements "No doctor is
surprised at it. Doctors know that all
of us are more or less 'quacks' that
many of our diagnoses are only
guesswork, and we all know what is
far worse than this:- That we can't
help it, "because our hands are tied!
New York, April 22. "Every doc
tor in America is a quack and he
can't help it!"
This is the sensational statement
of Dr. Claude L. Wheeler, the famous
editor of the New York Journal of
Medicine, 'made today!
Dr. Wheeler's boomerang came as
a result of the amazing report, just
made public by the hospitals' inves
tigating committee which declares
that at the great Bellevue Hospital
here autopsies prove that out of ev
ery one hundred diagnoses made by
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