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SUBWAY IN PARIS
Huck Privales in U. S. Army
pose of an American If
New York. JTune--Two
larly ablie but very pern ic io'
heris of the AmIferican Exper
F'orce havYe begun ten- years
in military priso)ns.
Disgmising themselves as
in Pa ris .t he buck privates<
few shor(,t months succe
"seli ing"' to French men thi
sihway system in Paris, the
Statis Army ifositalt No. 4
near P-iris, and a trinflod
ieces andI munitions.
Reports of ai "crime wave"'
Ameirican Expledli tiona ry F'or<
lowedl the armi stitc, butt, o'
efnsorship, nothing more thai
hint- appeared ini the paper:i
New York .\micPia has secur
irist real sor of!Vi these
Hiary Stein a product, of ti
Yorl< East Sid e. is now hoei
hnole j o
ou imagine a wash Clean Easy ma)
'ith practically noth- chased at any groc
Washday seems al- One bar will do two
t holiday, instead of weeks' washing-Ji
mdge-ry, when you
iiidrywhenyou an average week's v~
vashing with Clean for only a few cen
holeine Wash Soap. ten minutes time. C
k your clothes over- does not hurt the [at
ve % bar of Clean it today, and your h
112 gallons of water: have no room for
ve: boil for ten min- fashioned scrubbing
thru two clean
ie and dry in open
te washing's done. Easy looks from oti
ching back, no red Ask for Clean Easy
innedknuckles. You at your grocer's. Cl
fresh as when you is the only soap made
your day's work, do this work.
Lou1St,[ -r Fool) PRODUCTS CO., Incorpor
5we st w ahi n gJ
Frt Lew'eiorth. tle ill an yill -ie
SO[I[htha t %ars. Victor F o Bnde for
301DR vilistdIfasne srubb alingtl
similar sentence in o I tort how dff
As for ClenSas
sp t to . stern ul li("4 tha t. I S illi)t fieilight i 1) 1Ilk
In! nlle~l I'V is of the oinne l sap made
hI hda' with Brigadier Gener.al 1. W_ 1
bages omnd the govrnen far dt lar
Fort Lea--en fworh. ftrHe widll r min m
liinr tero thnes Viten E HnerlsI lc pi og
a't i~ not1he nsted n, Pais sevn ( heth
ptltISensat)e thtBi mot3 dei hbank.
hei had witgh Brigardier Genral W. . Frn
piu. Ii rz ermitding theutais dis- tain~
sed m rine a1) le' Smith ater hie hadgto es-mand
e ieliitioar tae ifrm' the weeas e noup it to n
ntee N. 10iRu Ste. nnO, Paris eheeal
offcer Athough tGea lnela tz in ac gray.i
ur ig~ a igused the prm ittiIh Litena n i n
It meaint more generalIs and mote '.oung
in the colon l's- il
1 fol. Sterni sm iled as he restedi on hi tenat i
vintg to hom.lie (red its Hlende'r wthU tihe pri~it
vague actual iale (of the subwayv thouvrh he its.,
I he hadiu part ini the Conspiracy icipi
ed the Ster posed as the elegatnt (Cilol pline
ming /i ar ild~ F. Searis o fthe Intspec(tor gen ' I~
I ral tslptmnt l. Htendler posed a s other
en 'h--rahdteam itliec iv.ision me an
w hn iin excited Friene'hmi (I l
it mtilitatry po(liice headqrt ers to ''
s'k foi the Captain in "z nwe ~01 f
nerican' front whomn he hiiu pn
S chaised the subway for 50,0010 firnes WXill
I he I- renehilman presen ted a t -re t
u i pt for 50,000 f'ra nes (nomninaillyVIng
3 81(1.0l0,) and whaut Purte 1(d toI he hkt
in ack nowledgemaent of t he purc his--i
(i' V, owelip''~l inl th(e subway. T~heth
I-i ienhma becamR~ ne desc riptt i ve: '
* i e'zz t riz 'leganlt, votre capitan! t''l
Iuc friendilsI! 00 . Ia. Such made- Ilii
mloislies! 'Tez eh-gant ''"('l
* (ont ract for Checks. Steri
-lust abiouit till tim'. military po. cates''
lice headqul~iartri. was i'cove'ring, an- I. at
't her F'reneh man blreezedi in. iHe a - hi '
so1 spoke a lit tie English. Hie exhib.. up~
it(ed a salmnon colored (ceek simni- wal kedl
Ia r to those used byV the arim y to paty thw nmc
oflieirs, lie told the startled police A. fter'
that an Amierircan airmy eaptin had1( Yaw di
cotme to his plrinitimg plant and closed rain.
a ('(litruct for 2,t0t0t suc checi('ks. 'The to speu
F encl(hmiian con fessed that. he had "''The
paid the "'capt ain"' 1 0 lIe cen'1t en11 l~p i
Ia ussion~ fil thle conitrael. Whten the Theii
Fronch was dismiss'd with du was iu
Eisypathiiy the cash i'r of one1 of th ,.IA t
ts and in
ier soaps. 4
aan Easy 4
that will 4
st banks in France informed the'
-ican authorities that a gang of
rs had flooded French shops
hogus salmon -colored checks.
* army had furnished all French
with a list of (uartermasters
signatures were legal. The
-h cash ier explained that a cap
had called up)on himn and deC
edl to sec the list. He had showvn
him. A flood of salmon colored
s fol lowved, any the army
'ed the color of its checks to
m while Stern andl Hendler had
ishedl expensive apartments,
embers of the criminal investi
del(partment who got on their
aid that the two mien and their
des had sta rted promising
hariemis. Sterni hadl acqluired a
" nclud incg a "'capltain'' a "lieu
"and a "sergean t," all buck
's Who had deserted their out
Stern maintained the strictest
mec. Once the "sergeant" comn
k herie, Sterin, you and the
fellers are all oflicers. I've got
cite you. Ilow ab~out making
rfficer, too ?"
nl"Stern quiicklIy resp)ondeu,
teep) qu iet,-- ynhl or Ill put
Mlade TIhe A rmy J~afugh.
I hiis sta I' St Prn perfIomed
which made a tired army
when the news got around the
and cafes, lie and Bender
gull ible IFrenehimen in to what
os pirators callously termedl
urchasin c skindicantes'' - the
frog" heinrg an alleged humor
-name a p p1lid to all French
dIrove one of these ''ski nd.
mut to the grea t ilospital No.
ofyf.. As Stern says himself,
e did have (lass'' as hepulled
his hea u tifu1 limousine and
upJ the drliveway, followved by
mnhers of the "skind icate.''
limwl ing out'' a captain he
'il hug coonvalescents in the
'olonel'' Stern condetc'endled
k to the c:ommnandling offeer:
me gentle'nm n wish to hbuy the
.Showv them over it.''
om imd ing orncer obeyed. ti
ct af(ter the armistice, w'hen
'rican prcoperty was for sale.
The French'nen - were satisfied, bu
"Colonel" Stern was businesslike.
"Prepare a complete inventory o:
your hospital by 9 o'clock tomorrov
morning "Colonel" Stern 'returnet
The commanding officer gasped
"But, sir, it can hardly be done b3
then. I have'an equipment here foi
nearly 5,000 men-x-ray apparatus
"Colonel" Stern eyed him cooly
"There is no such word as can't in
The congmanding officer saluted,
IStern returned the salute and de
parted with the shining staff. Next
morning "Colonel" Stern returned
with the staff, passed the inventory
and collected the noney. The com
manding officer of the hospital and
his staff hhd worked all night pre
paring the inventory.
HIT TRAIL FOR PACIFIC
Chicago, June 20.-Governor Smith,
of New York; Charles F. Murphy,
Tammany Halt chief, and 25 delegates
from Illinois to the Derocratic Nj
tional Convtntion, left here tonight
for the Pacific coast, and a few cars
back of them, oil the same train was
Senator ITiram Johnson and Mrs
Neither the New Yorkers nor Sena
tor Johnson woulld discuss politics.
"We do not know what we are g0
i' to do at the convention," said Gov
ernor Smith. "The New York delega
Lion probably will have some very def
inite plans to present but we have not
lecided on them 'yet."
Senator Johnson said the only thing
worrying him tonight was "where he
was going to sleep." THis stateroom
had ben resold and was occupied
when he reached the train.
Inc a n!ti a re hav e ni
I}Ia - I\ luX, 'Of -l i
hs' b n hrri(ed.l I t,)he
'll wl nx (or pant* II
M(ourc nedI l vl tis inneh
tha itnl a ew1 weks el
your(' l d er ( and.Mc joor8 olro
huoibingi yhe areiI(li fre fr1)
birgest Ice railroads, iuti
sevdi thr well.S i Bii if
ymum~ havIe silo-Knox 8o,
['lnowpro('of a windpro
rolled stiel set ion, hoe
S4 oug h rdnlib
m6' t i n h ae
t' "After I have been in California
a week or two. I may be ready tc
t talk politics, but I have -nothing to
r Aay now," he said.
1 -0 -
NITRATE OF SODA
WILL BE MOVED
Columbia, June 21.-Sufflcient cars
and power will be furnished by the
three trunk line .railway running into
Charleston to move the nitrate of soda
now in Charleston harbor and that ex
pected within the next few days, ac
cording to a statement made tonight
by Frank W. Shealy, chairman of the
State Railroad Commission, who has
just returned from a conference with
Superintendcnt King, of the Southern
Railway; J. P. Walker, of the Atlan
tic Coast Line; W. E. Bagwell, of the
Seaboard Air Line, and other railway
officials at Charleston.
According to Mr. Shealey it will be
necessary for the railways to furnish
2,467 cars to transport the nitrate of
soda now in the harbor. The railroads
auithorities. said the commissioner.
claim that they ran only load 200 cars
a day because of the present dockage
facilities at Charleston. The ertire
nitrate shipment, they claim, will be
moved in fourteen days.
Between thir'ty an dthirty-five thou
sand tonis of nit rate of soda are ex
P-rtni ii, the Charleston harbor in the
next few day. stated Mr. Shealy, and
the railroad authorities promised him
that they would be in position to;
move this with expedition. This move
mrent will take an additional 1,500
ear, they think. It is hoped that both
movements will be coml)leted in
"The Sout~h Carolina Railroad Com
mission" sa'id Mr. Shealy. "desires to
Vn, dr nd1X
"nie-- , -liiesfo
r n a , - b
('1 v l i ll th IiX
No opera'tioni (hsiglied
a re conist rnet - 1la wv..lno..
tasali i(iJ~tc~ - age.
b)een dlone so - T i all
]aps)e betweeni tiv ar/ d I1(1s
aII r Irudenltjial Yoiur nee~
111 donhts. This the Quijxet
ins ser lved the the ('ountrv
'ial planIfts and ,lei'a
ni yearus-an 1u'1(a
id1 that r'cor1'( garages in
mp~ a n .gl'adly lell
r' span. Thes. idIeal ga rn~
if, iconstru[tedO B
o) t he grOnn11(. PRUDENT
its are of wire INGS FOR
iding is per~- Pem
dlown and( re.
unaIge~4 toI the tr
.t .1 ~ . ~ IL 'auto
lut inll~ iuti
(d in stock for Paii
1 0, I 2, 20, 30, Stand
hg is in stock. lIJtilit
I 'nn be(~ mreR- D~ormn
,v wre or write ( 'omrp
The next time
you buy calo
The purified and refined
calonel tablcs that are
nausealess, sayo and sure.
Medicinal virt-ues retain
ed and improved. Sold
only in sealed packages.
-quest the consignees of nitrate of
S01a to unload their shipments at the
earliest possible moment, so thatTe
cars van be rushed back to Charles.
ton for additional haulage. So imp
tant is the nitrate shipment to the
farmers of South Carolina that we
hope cars will be unloaded at o " so
that the train which brings thW'
take the empties back on tlie
trip for additional tonnage. The i
roads state that they will not waI
for tonnage, but will run trains ligh
if possible to expedite the move
--The .ational Garage.
n vhoil a rage t'
teArtieover, to give them sa
hbv skilled enginleers,
ofiers the QiiixocltI ga
.lbstanItiatl. ft is high
(1s wAill beC cared for by
e over 10,000) Qitixel
use todayV. We will
ou01 how to ) obtin this
IAL STEEL BUILD~
ii Warehou141 ses.
84 Need louises.
ig Mill Ifousnes.
a rd Huli ld'in~gs.
tr iy Har ns.