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TURKISH SOLDIERS TO THE FRONT
Enrolling Turkish volunteers at Constantinople. Note the
"'patriotic fez": worn by. the man at .the corner of the table. - It is in
scribed "Death or-'vict'ory." ' -" " .'.:'.-
I FATHERLY. EXAMPLE
When. Willie's father' came
home to supper there was a va
cant chair at" the table; "Well,
.Where's the boy?"
"William is upstairs ..in bed."
The answer came with p'afnful
precision ' from the;-"sad-.faced
jnother. '' "
"Why, wh what's, up?.' Not
sick, is he?"
An anxious pause:
"It grieves, m$ to say, -Robert,
that'our sorij-your son,:has been
heard -swearing -in -the street. I
heard' him."" ' '
"Swearhig? -Scoti! 'I'll teach
him to swear." Arid' he started
upstairs' in the dark. Half-way
up he stumbled and came down
with his chin on the top step.
When the atmosphere-cleared a
little, Willie's mother was saying
sweetly from the hallway:
"That will do, dear. You have
giyen Jhinuenough for one lesson,"