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MY BEDROOM AT GERBEVILLER, FRANCE
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' "A shell from a French 75-mm gun, the most terrible of regular bat
tlefield artillery, had exploded outside this house during the retaking ofcthe
village from the Germans. This shows what the shell did to the house
Shot-torn houses are the rule in the war zone but nobody bothers much
about repairing them." Robert Minor.
i) WE MAY NOT HAVE TO DEPEND
ON GERMANY FOR DYES
Kenosha, Wis., Nov. 27. America
W will be absolutely independent of Ger-
covery made atjocal company proves
as successful as expected.
Announcement was made today
that new dyes have been tried on va-
jhjrious materials including stockings
6. ',and that they are as fast, as anvthing
. Germans ever exported from Father
land. They are'al&f'S&ia-to lfecheap- I
er. The greatest success has beea
with an analine black dye. Prepara
tions are being completed today for
supplying large amount of the dyes
for use by other firms.
Watch your doctor! Dr. F. P. Gay
of California university says that let
ting babies die because "hopeless," in
their doctor's opinion, is constantly
done by the very best physicians.
Considerable slaughter of - infants '
e'yicJentry going oDCquietlyJ t ;
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