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the "millionaire brigade" quit cold.
They "asked to be excused" from
the business of actual warring, and
their request was granted without
Capt Staver wouldn't give out the
names of the Battery C quitters, al
though some guys in regiments and
companies of the common herd who
tried to escape service were made ex
amples of and their names given over
to the newspapers.
FATHER KNEW ALL
"Whatever shall I do?" asked the
anxious mother. "Little Dick is up
stairs crying with the toothache."
"Take him around to the dentist,"
suggested the practical father.
"But we haven't any money."
"You won't need any," said the
father, who had once been a small
boy himself. "The pain will stop as
soon as he sees the dentist's sign." -Ladies'
CARRYING THE WOUNDED IN MEXICO
THE GOING SMOOTH