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A typical mitttia infantryman, the
type of young man who is leaving hiy
ottice or snop today tor tne Mexican
.border in answer to a call for na
' tional. guards, issued by Pres. Wilson.
FRANCE NOT IN HUMOR TO TALK
Washington, May 13. France is
no more set against peace at this
.tujie than are her allies, tt was'said,
at the French enfoassy today but '
"For the present we will. turn a
deaf ear to peace talk," it was added.
Commenting on the United Press ,
' dispatch from Rome yesterday telling
of reports that France alone of all
the belligerents js not inclined to(
make peace, embassy officials insist-,
ed France's position .is not different'
from the others.
HEY, MR. GERMAK! WATER CART
SAVED THIS GUY'S LIFE
Oil City, Pa., May 13. Edward
.Flan, 14, naa a lucicy accident ioaay.
As a-result of it he rode in an ambu
lance instead of a morgue wagon. '
, Plant was coasting wildly down the"
steep Graff street hill on his new bi
cycle and was just about to plunge
over the 60-foot Colbert bbd. bluff
Harry Grober drove along in front
ofthe runaway bicycle with a city
1 water truck and stopped it Plant
Washington. .Declaring U. S.
government partly to blame for the
Eastland disaster 'because of negli
gent inspection Representative Sa
bafh of Illinois introduced-resolution
permitting relatives of victims to sue
in Court of Claims for damages.
Washington. Coast guard cutter
Apache wired coast guard offices to
search for bodies of Oharlae A. pood
and L. Z. Krests, lost when hydro
aeroplane dropped into the Potomac, .
has been futile,- -