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Making the Best of a Flood Near Washington
ueral days ago Washington and vicinity had one of the hnrde.st r:ins in yeanrs, namounting to a small flood. ten
streets in the Pmbll towns of Virginia were turned into risers. This picture. made at North ltosemuont. Vs., oft
the residents making the best of the flood by using their street as a swimming pool.
Woodcraft Girls Enjoying Their Camp Life "
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'hse are the girls of Pathfinder lodge in camp at Lake Otsego, near (:ooperstown, N. T.--the camp of the
MI teockng Tribe" of the Woodcraft League of America. Each of them has an Indian name as an award of
I- 00 KING" UNMASKED
,see r portraits of Mrs. John J.
d her husband, the "Hobo
S1g" of Seattle, Wash., who Is dis
doed as a hero of the World war, .
4, g( served with the Canadian
bes. Some weeks ago a shabby,
PpI mtons but well-mannered man
igdstseed at a hotel in Seattle as
1sbo Kiag." His real identity was
YMo for several days until It be
~e known that he had married Mrs.
Ji Marie Jordan, widow of the com
alano r of the U. S. S. Dauntless, who
I killed In a fight with a German
awhe the coast of Mexico in 1918.
hiswing their marriage, it became
I O that the "hobo" was in reality
t. John J. Roche, Canadian war
S athor and world traveler, who
S1W tade a wager of $3A,000 that he
SMO travel around the North Ameri
a easetlaent without having his real
IUtity known. Roche would have
alst4lted his trip on January 1, 19'23,
MSl lost out by only a few months.
. RECOGNIZE THESE?
SIssaI would know the ideas
Setisets bshown in this phe
th'- ! are the new moos
above it and Veasm ho
by a coatrsra ra
Dedicating Sacred Way to Verdun
. elp . yourse. and
Preminherent honesty of tourists, so he ns r edttl the first milerton P atr
Barle-Due, on thise open boxu "Scred sale of postagl leas rom aris to erduisitors
This Proves People Are Honest
~ p,,,pin coin o. ' At
T. H. Mairtn. general manager of Rainier National park. believes In the
Inherent honesty of tourists, so he installed on the souvenir counter In Pare
dise inn this open box for the sale of postage stamps. So far the visitors
to the park have fully Justified Mr. Martin's optimism.
TAKEN FROM EXCHANGES
The breeding of elfphants in cap
tlvity is exceedingly dificult.
Blotting paper is now for the frst
time beinr produced in Canada.
About 00.000 is the estimated popu.
Istion of Venice, which is built on be
tween 70 and 80 islets.
Broadway "beauty salons" are
qulpped with all the latest electrical
Ianventsom or a ssua
Nerweis expleas Mad that the
arepes eainesa t eas esmiede for
sea a * L - a-o
Nearly 2,000,000 tons of sand is
used In the United States each year
in making glass.
Virginla's Confederate pensioners
now number 9,575, about half of
whom are women.
Web to the length of two and a
quarter miles Igas been drawn from
the body of a single spider.
A doctor's degree In a German ual
versity now costs 000 marks, about $
at the present rate at exchange.
'1 French statM . ralway are ,e.
perimeati with sonUmbdrti
ees en wa ws te aeam
dYNARY GRAHAM BOMER
MRS. COW'S PARTY
"Moo, moo." said Mrs. Cow, "I hope *
you will all conle to my Iarty."
"'oT you mean you \,oul like me to
I come, too?" 'ked Mrs. Ilrown l- and
VWhite Cow as she looked at Mrs. ('ow.
"( f course. ny ldear," s:id Mrs. ('ow.
"I want every ncow In the meadow to
colme. Yes,I Invite you all. I
"I won't ask you to Iiln your knit
tlnc or a piece of etbir.hl'ry, as I
Iknow none of you haL:ve kn;ttin, nor for
have you emblrodlery.
"It is true that I haven't any such 0
work either, but then I mentioned U
these things because when I:lies give I
loud ti-i parties they tell their friends very
Va., often to bring a pIlce of work with
" I suppose that is to let the ladies
know that they will not ask them to
work for them when they conme to the wit
"Bet at any rate I just ask you to Do
bring your sweet cow selves."
All of tihe cows liooked tluch pletsedl.
"Moo, moo. I accept with pleasure,"
said Mrs. Blrown-and-Whlte Cow.
"MSoo, moo, I do too," said Miss
"And I'd he delighted to come, sim- i
ply dei lighted," said Mrs. Brown Cow.
So spoke all the cows.
Every one of them accepted and
there were quite a number of cows in
the ow so that it looked asv y
though ers Cow would have quite ae
your party was going to take place."
"Why, moo, moo," said Miss Brown
and-White Cow, "I forgot to ask you
"Moo, moo," said all the other cows
in turn, "we forgot to ask you too."
"And I forgot to tell you," said Mrs.
Cow as she swished off a most annoy.
"But I will tell you now," she added.
"The party will take place in fif
teen minutes," she said. "I haven't a
watch nor have I a clock and to my
knowledge none of the rest of you
have watches or clocks.
"Watchmakers would be poor if they
depended upon cows for a living.
"But we all know that fifteen min
utes is not a very long time. And so
in a short time will you all join me?"
"Moo, moo," said all the cows, "we
"Of course," added Mrs. Brown-and
White Cow. "we haven't very long a
time in which to get ready, I must see
ne, at if I'm looking my cow best." and she
'erdun. looked down at herself and swished
off a fly or two.
"You see," said Mrs. Cow, "I knew
that none of you had engagements
this afternoon and you all looked as
I though you needed a little refreshing
party and so I thought I'd suggest It.
give Invitations in advance and then
hope that some of their guests will re
fuse, and that then they can ask oth
ers and so have the credit of inviting I_
many without the fuss of having to en- tl
I tertain many.
"I'm not like that."
WVell. In a very short time all of the
cows followed Mrs. Cow down to a
stream. One by one they went, and
how slowly they did walk.
"Take your time," said Mrs. Cow,
"take your cow time. We have no en
gagements until milking time. None
So they all took their time, and yon
Sshould have seen them. following their
hostess, Mrs. Cow, down to the stream.
When they were there they went
wading, but they didn't have to hold up
their skirts for fear they'd get wet. Oh
no. they didn't have to fuss at all!
And they drank some of the pleas
ant water in the stream and they
chewed some of the grass about the
hanks of the stream.
In the They talked a little, but they didn't
In Paras- bother much to keep up any conversa
Oh, It was a very reetful, refresh
Sing party, and every one said later,
when milking time came around, what
sand is a nice afternoon they all had had, and
Ich year what a fine party Mrs. Cow had sug
nailoners And Mrs. Cow was very glad that
half of her party was a success, for who is
not glad to have a successful party
and to have the guests pleased and
As We Grew Up.
na nl-. About all the difference btwra
sbort bdrn tad us grown-ops is that we
-* weigh more sad sa't a bs happ.
are e Fr. m the Atbhiea s osaty (Mism)
Washington's Four Most Beautiful Young Iomen
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City. Rending from left to right tiey are: Miss Lil.s Craig, Miss Lewis, Miss Mae I'ode Alivfl end Miss Maxin*
Where Seven Rail Shop men Were Burned to Death
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Ruins of the Pennsylvania railroad car shops In Pittsburgh in the burning of which seven workmen lo't their
lives and a score we red.
May Become Wife of Former Kaiser
According to rumor, Wilhelm llohenzollern, former kalser of (Germany, I
Ia planning to marry the Princess lierminine of Preuss. The photograph shows
the princess with two of her five children.
British Troops Hold Irish Fort
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ye Fort on the Fermanlagh.Donegal-eltrUi border occupied by the lneoln.
Sca'rs. FPreon this eUtpoot, m wlich machine go\ns are poted, a rigorous eouat
leek Is kept. Anya Ismoud within twe sad em -hal mile scarylag arms
wasl hie liaurM sth is.
"BEARCAT" TELLS LONDON
J. W. Glenlster, now known af
"B arrnt," Is over in England trying
to counteract the work of "Pussyfoot"
Johnson and other prohlhitionists. He
says he diid not go theire to get drinks,
but to show the English that America
r, fighting such men as the drys.
BOOSTS OUR SHOE TRADE
I Arthulr lutimi:1n I knows I11l about
styles In slhoes In foreign countries as
well as his iown, fir heI. , i the hnd of
samples of shoes fromli other countries
in order to comlarte their quality wilth
in securing a wide foreign market for
American shoes, which he urges Amer
ican manufacturers to k*ls up to q
We Want to Know.
t- Knleker-"A man has the rigt to
-l work and to quit work."
"oadir wh .t e dobr golf e..asr