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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 19, 1912, Image 8

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scouts brought in such complete
reports that each commander was
able to put the kibosh on any
movement the other tried.
It was the same way .with the
British maneuvers, and they were
called off. In the German war
game, the invading army had bet
ter aviators than the other, and
this enabled the invaders to put it
all over the opposing force.
"If war brpke out," said the
French officer, who would not al
low his name to be used, "there
would be no use in tactics. The
enemy would know all about
"This is what happened in Tri
poli. Every time the Turks be
gan a movement the Italian air
scouts brought in a complete re
port on it, and the Turks were
"The civilized nations will
either have to quit war, or go back
to hand-to-hand slaughter."
o o
Paris, Sept. 10.-nAviator Jules
Vedrines, winner of the Gordon
Bdpneit trophy at Chicago, is
back home again,
"Americans aren'taviators," he
said. "They're acrobats." -With
the stunts they try, it's a wonder
there are not more of them killed.
"But at that, even" acrobatic
aviation is less 'dangerous than
motorcycling as it is done in
"I was sorry I couldn't accept
the invitation to teach aviation to
the American army, but I am a
French soldier and it was out of
the question'
Salt Lake City, Sept. 19, The
mine owners have demanded
state troops to help them breaks
the strike of the 4,000 miners whoo
went out yesterday. i
The adjutant general is nom-inp-
the trooos in readiness. They,.
will not beordered out until Gov:3
Sorv eives the word, bpry is on ,
his way to Bingham now. :
Sheriff bharp has sworn in iuui
HpnnHps. and- is oatroliner the
streets ot Bingham, the village
where most of the miners hye.
The miners have had expe
rience with, sheriffs deputies be
fore, and have entrenched them
selves about the mines, Some of
them' are armed, and they refuse
to let company officers neaf them.
Themihers are mostly foreign
ers. They want 25 cents a day
increase, and .recognition of' the
union. There is certain to, be
trouble if strikebreakers; are im
ported: , . ' ' -
The. Utah Copper Co., which
owns the mines, has- refused to
even listen to the demands.-ofthe
men. '? - -
, od -.
After .fishing for about threetf
hours and not getting even a bite?
MacFoozle grew disgusted and
determined to give up. Just be-
fore he drew the lines in a smalls
urchin came along with an old
stick, a piece of siring and a bent:
; "TTplln. mv bovL" said Maoi
Foozle, ''going fishing?" "No,wi
replied the urchin, looking dis
dainfully -at the unsuccessful oneje
"I'm going to catch, some fish,"

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