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to examine.Carter's wounds that Os-1
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borne realized they had been found.
He watched the doctor's face eager
ly. "Any hope?" he asked.
But before the surgeon could reply
Carter's eyes-opened again.
"Hope?" he said feebly. "Of course
there's hope. Haven't I got to be the
best man at you know, Osborne."
The Academy exhibition, with its
fine Sargeant portraits, recalls a
story of this famous artist At a ban
quet a young lady whom he knew
very well said to him:
"Oh, Mr. Sargent, I saw your latest
painting, and kissed it because it was
so much like you."
"And did it kiss you in return?"
"Then," said Mr. Sergent, "it was
hot like me."
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A British soldier wearing respira
tor to protect himseif against poison
ous gas fumes.
It is the movie companies' policy
not to produce scenarios under the
names of its players.
Therefore, venturing into the field
of authorship Gertrude McCoy as
sumes the name of Gertrude Lyon.
Her first stories were "What Could
She Do?" and "On the Stroke of
Twelve." With her pretty head not
a bit turned by success, "Miss Lyon"
is working on other scenarios.
Krakow, so frequently mentioned
in the war dispatches, was once the
capital of free Poland, with a cathe
dral equivalent to Westminster Abby,
wherein sleep the generations of Po
lish kings and heroes." It possesses
the most striking patriotic memorial
in the world. This is the Kosciusko
berg, a mound 3'00 feet high, erected
to the memory of Kosciusko, and
formed of earth, from every battle
field of Poland. ,