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TOM JONES REMTEDAH0U5E
FROM SISTER BESS
-SUE HAD A GOOD REASON,
THAT tU PROVE,
SHE ASKED UIMFKST.lF
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YOU SEE.CMESS PIAYEJS ARE
A WAR HAPPENING
"By the side of a young French
cavalry officer who had been hit in a
fight on the Aisne we found the body
of a pretty girl," said Sergt Payne
of the British army, -who is at Bris
tol, Eng., wounded. "Both were dead.
When the young man joined his regi
ment the girl left a convent school
and attached herself to the Red
Cross Hearing that her sweetheart
had not returned from a charge in
which his regiment was engaged, she
went out with the ambulance men to
look for him. Going in advance she
found him, and while attending to hid
wounds was killed. They were burled
side by side."
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