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THE ROOKIE'S REWARD
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This is the reward Miss Gertrude
Douglas gave J. B. Snyder of Cin
cinnati for enlisting in the first field
hospital corps. She offers the same
reward to others who enlist.
New York. John Smith had a
grudge against recruiting officers, so
he undertook twice to tear down the
American flag. Police say he will re
cover. Washington. Trustees of Carne
gie endowment for international
peace formally announce that most
effectual means of promoting dur
able peace is to whip Germany.
Kansas City, Mo. Naval station
here the first to recruit its full quota
jof men askedby navy depjt, Asked J
to supply 800, Lieut McCabe has re
cruited nearly 1,000 and is going
after 1,500 "to help the east," he
New York. AH Hohenzollems
have been relieved of .their honorary
memberships in New York Yacht
club. Kaiser and Prince Henry of
Prussia left last night
Berlin, N. J. Geo. Tyson of this
place abhors "Prussian stench"
which surrounds town's name and
has started effort to have it changed.
Suggests Pme Ridge,