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.READY TO GIVE ALARM: "GAS COMING"
The picture shows a "gas gong" in
the French trenches and a sentry
stationed near it, watching for signs
of a gas attack. When the gong is
sounded the men in the trenches put
on their gas masks.
. More German reservists now na
turalized citizens joining army
through Chicago recruiting stations
han ever before.
Any'person can half-sole his own
shoes -with, recently invented soles
that are attached by clamps around
An African frog sounds a call un
der water that can be heard for sev
Chattanooga, Tenn. 4,000 per
sons forced to abandon homes when
rising -waters of Tennessee river
burst bonds and mandated large sec
tions of city.
Washington. To "set Europe
right" on position of U. S. in inter
national situation, Pres. Wilson in
structed copies of inaugural address
be brought to attention of all foreign
governments as "information."
Norristown, Pa. Three men killed
and four seriously injured In freight
wreck on Pennsylvania railroad at
Mobile, Ala. Her fires extin
guished by mountainous seas, the
steamer Druid, Pensacola to Havana,
is wallowing helplessly In raging
gale, 70 miles off Pensacola,
King of Sweden has a large inter
est in sl Stockholm, brewery.