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United and time hopes war after UNITED STATES MARINES. (Continued from page i.) ,in iture now that war. assur- of the Sunday from 5.30 A. M. to 7-30 P. M.. and the passenger cars ran up to ; 11802. motorcycles 141. passenger j branch trucks 16. commercial trucks 12, and. .horse drawn vehicles 4. a total of | 2065. The heaviest traffic was from I 4 P. M.. when 551 cars passed.! average haul of these cars must I l^^An nf\i- f i *" f^nm f n.Arcr\.ne /·»-- A 1 5 le- ; will be , German the 2 to The have been not far from 5 persons or i the a total of over ten thousand persons. The York pike undoubtedly brought I as many, also the Harrisburg and .Emmitsburg roads, and Littlestowii. 1 Fairfield. Carlisle and Taneytowii i Americans | a guess re- leader_of .roads must ha\e each contributed! thousands of cars and people. i colony The total of cars Is somewhat o f ! erration . but with the above figures! raide and making allowance j The is a ^ j Xever can tell when you'll that the cars \\ere counted coming!mates and going, there must have been Iv S.ooo cars on Sunday, two or three thousand more on Monday and a fur-! ther increase again on July 4th, to 12.000 or 15,000 cars and the total' population of this community and when battlefield on July 4th must have him- Republican without accepted many mis- long an\ e\ ent, by ,^, -- --., j b" gigantic figures but it was a pro- for! cession of cars such as the town had been between 60.000 and 75.000. sure- never seen. One of preceding: t on the blimp The attack *ra One of the great glistening envelopes was seen to burst into flames and be As inflation gas burst from the burn- ing- aperture in the silken bag the meet first J flames rose a hundred feet and in demand Ship indi- in Sep- warn- hold Con- in ! column of black smoke the blazing ie- mass fell to the ground. As it fell several figures were thrown free of the smoke cloud and the picture was one of tragedv, a tragedy so com-' mon to modern warfare." The re-, lease of the parachute with its senger was a mechanical contrivance' and the suspended figure a dummy , · and the other passengers precipitated ] were dummies- The great blimp was : V'rf condemned because of faulty con-! ^ mur .% { ] struetion and its destruction had been' in one of the events 01 the camp uie 1 -" Marines had looked forward to. One of the plans for the camp shepherd and ^^ went awry was the parking places 'nveni«r for automobiles. Six places had been, provided and would have furnished' :.'·-»,,·-. excellent points of view on the battle: battle: field -" ~ * ' park soup Re- destitution valley against 5 is made, soft that many cars had to be dragged from their park- ing points by tractors. j The Carlisle Unit made an interesting interesting exhibit of their equipment, a j ·wagon litter for bringing T^ounded ', from the field, a combat wagon in- · stead of an old ambulance, a wagon 1 to remove wounded animals, and re- , pair wagons. A Marine Commander was hor.or- ' ed with a French Decoration while , they here- Colonel Dumont, French j military attach* at Washington, pre-j ?erited to Major Maurice E. Shearer, ] I marine brigade, the Cross of the Le- |gion of Honor. Major Shearer serv-j ' ed with distinction in the marine j salient- j Pork Production. in- j j

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  1. Gettysburg Compiler,
  2. 08 Jul 1922, Sat,
  3. Page 2

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