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THE HEROINE OF LOOS GETS A MEDAL '
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The second Jean d'Arc of France, the heroine of Loos who saved the
British troops from losing their hold on the French town, is seen in the
center in line with French soldiers who are decorated with the military
medal in Paris by General de Sailly. She's Mile. Moreau, who, when thej
British troops were thinking of retreat as German reinforcements appeared,
came out with her rifle and led the troops to make a determined stand. She
herself shot four germans who were trying to shoot at her house when she
was carrying in wounded Britishers.
Last night I called on Emma. Em- i she does now. Emma replied: "Be-
ma and I are engaged. I asked her
on what grounds she insisted that
Bhe will always love me as much as
cause I am never able to cure myself
of bad habits." I thought this ought
td get into print Worth.
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