"Air presstire is the coming power," said Ward Hughes to the Daily Argus a few days ago. Mr. Hughes is a railroad attorney, of Chicago, and is much interested in the suoess of automobiles. Said he: "There is a mau in Chicago who has au ofPce in the same bleek in which mine is, who has iuveuteci a small air pressure machine which will run a tnreöjjhorse power 'machine 30 honrs, and it is a success." Tbe thiug is only a fout square and takes up hardly any room, and the consumption of gasoline isconly one pint. „. "The Deering Machine Co. will use them on their binders nest year and it is likely to do away with horses on the farms. Wnere a farmer now nses thrt-e horsesjon a,niachine in the future he will use none. "My partner has',[an automobile in Chicago and it is much cheaper than a horse, "which costs him 8 a week to bo keptat the stable, and the automobile is kept in a little houses back of bis residence. föüKg0ftl LÓ "It is a remarkable tbing and I think bef ore long it will supercede electricity as a motive power. ,il"For railroads it is a great deal cheaper andjhey do not have to put up wires and poles and big power houses. ' '