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I ODD WAR NEWS
Paris. Eau de cologne may never
be purchased in Paris shops. You
t must ask for eau de louvain.
t Shanghai. Sale of Bibles in China
fnas aiminisnea Dy-naii since tne war
began. Central board of mission of
ficials says the Chinese cannot un
derstand how Christians fighting
each other can square their conduct
with scriptural teachings.
Paris. The legion of honor has
been conferred on Dr. Pauchet,
Amiens surgeon, who has attended
6,000 wounded and performed 500
London. A bullet which struck
the pocket of a Cameron highlander
penetrated four letters, his fountain
pen and a can at ointment. It was
stopped by a five-franc piece.
London. Khaki orders given
Yorkshire mills by the war office now
run to a length of 10,000 miles.
Paris. Georges Carpentier has
lost all the money he made in the
prize ring. Carpentier invested
everything in the coal mines at Lens
and Courrieres, which have been to
tally destroyed by the Germans.
Petrograd. Officials here place
damage by battles and operations of
troops about Lublin at more than
Paris. Rejected for Kitchener's
army because of small stature, de
spite his ability in marksmanship
and riding, a Liverpool lawyer joined
the French cavalry. He has twice
been mentioned for bravery.
London. There is a big boom in
the beer bottle trade here, the fac
tories receiving large orders formerly
filled by German and Austrian con
cerns. The Hague. For the benefit of the
2,000 British marines interned in
Holland, the Groninger Courant is
printing daily column in English.
London. Only a few days are left
for the prophecy of the Occult Mes
senger, the Occult club's official or
gan, to mate good. The paper .said
that between Nov. 15 and 28 "Ger
many's game will be lost and the kai
ser will be in a madhouse." '
London. Dr. Doyen, noted Paris
surgeon, recently performed 130 crit
ical operations in 36 hours. Eighty
per cent of the patients will live.
Paris. Many stories are being told
of the meeting on the battlefield of
German and French soldiers who for
merly worked together in American
ALL HANDS ROUND SWING
YOUR PARTNERS GOL DING IT!
"Wall flowers," "Stlffnecks" and
"square toes" are to be tabooed at
the first municipal dance on Dec. 2.
Chaperons, too, must mingle with
the crowd and dance. No "corner
critics" are to be permitted in. the
Youthful spirit, sociability and love
of dancing are the necessary require
ments for the highly desirable job of
chaperon in these municipal dances,
Mrs. L. Z. Meder of the welfare bu
"There are people who must have
been born old. Their attitude toward
youthful pleasures is cold tolerance.
We can get along without these.
"Then there is another class the
perennially young. It is from this
type that we shall select our official
SUICIDE AND MURDER?
St. Paul, Minn., Nov. 27. With her
husband's lifeless body lying with a
bullet hole in his head, the dead body
of Mrs. F. Hansel was found in bed
today, a gas tube running to her
mouth and the covers pulled over her s
head. It is believed she killed him
and then suicided. He was a bar
tender. o o
Mrs. Rural I want you to kill a
couple of chickens for dinner.
New Cook (late from the citv)
Yes, mam. Which tar shall I do itr