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JEDGE, I NABBED TUrS FINED I'LL GtT W1 WHAT AGIN ? FINED
CITY FELLAR CGOIN' THRU 5.00 FOR PINCHM' COVRT W HAT BE TH CHARGE HELn *LD
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Farm Woman and
Mule in Hall Case.
The natural curiosity of a mule
was an important factor in solution
of the murders of Rev. Hall and his
pretty choir singer Eleanor Mil!s, at
New Brunswick, k. J.
Mrs. Jane Gibson, farm woman,
In the early evening was riding
"Jenny" in search of corn thieves
when the mule attracted her atten
tion to the murder party just as the
shooting started. Mrs. Gibson came
forward as a witness when an inno
cent boy was accused.
FIELD MARSHAL PLUMER
Plld Marshal Lord Plumer, fameus
World war commander, who has been
ordered by Great Britain to take I
har e of the defense of ConstanM. I
mnple, threatened with attack by the
vletorieue Turks under Mutaphe
Another Tin Reaon for Red bCross. b 4o
On the very eve starting the tn- tLOW 11
nual Red Cross Roll Call, Nov. If. UOw w we
comes this picture from Smyrna COOL. HRAD USUALLY
showing one of thousands of tiny H4AS T" E CO.D
tots who lost father, mother and
home at the hands of the Turks. CASH
Red .Cross was active in the Near
East Relief work of rescue.
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Wreath For Our Dead in France.
When the American Steamship, George Washington, swung its
prow to the East from New York last week it carried a huge wreath
to be placed on the grave of our soldier dead in France, Armistice Day.
Thos. V. Fields, representing the American Legion, was this year
commissioned to make the annual pilgrimage, and place the tribute on
the grave of America's Unknown Solder buried in Paris. Photo shows
Mrs. Shanahan of the War Mothers' Association giving the wreath to
Fields on board ship at. sailing time.
HITr HAIND T' SAY
WHICH IN DE WUS' FIKX
DESE TIMES - DE MAN
WHUTS GOT SUMP'N T'
SELL, ER DE MAN
WHUTr GOT T' SUY 6I'
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A Great Relief.
What does It mean when a meet
her o Ceangre asks leave to eatea
his remarks I the Record?'
"It usually means my so, greet
erddel aoI# his lr sgans b
amse thr dornt have to lsten to an
MORE OR LESS
Campbell pFoter was once address
bg a jury and was mueb annoyed by
Digby Seymour's currying on a conver
sation the while.
Presently he lost all patience and,
n hise best brogue, said: "Pray, Mr.
Seymour, be quiet."
"My name is not Saymour-it's Sep.
sour!" corrected Digby, whereupon
Foster angrily rejoined: "Then, sir, see
more and say less."-Londom Tele
MRS. ELSIE SELLERS
Mrs Elsie Sellers, United States
Department of Agriculture, colors
pesters and lantern slides for agrlcul
tural fairs and oonventions all ever
Comes 20,000 Miles
to Study Cattle.
J. P. Cortes, son of a wealthy
Brazilian ranch owner, is workng
as a common farm hand on the
Cedar Croft Herford Farm near
Kansas City to study U. S. pure bred
breeding and raising methods. He
likes it and thinks his long trip
here worth all he is. learning.
DR. JESSE K. MARDEN
Dr. Js e K. Marln of Mas ah .
.etts, who for many years has been a
physician and surogn practklng In
the Near East, has been made head
of an administrative emmitteo whltr
will direct American relief efort il
Armenia and Transwaucalan Ruel.i
He takes the place of Capt. A. Yah
rew, who fomntly astur ed to thisn
WRHAT a st thing it wonld be
if all th m i cal enises
thought of the mob an' wrote for
the mob, an' if the fellows that
think they're musical geniuses
thought of the mob an' didn't write
for the mob. Mlusic lifts the soul,
it inspires to action, it stimulates in
war. and comforts the souls of the
afflicted. A thousand souls are
more important than one soul an'
the mob is being born, is growin'
up an' is dying every day. Cluasi
cal music may be all right in its
way, but who knows it? When the
long-haired critic laughs because
you don't know the de6aitios of
classical music, slip this over to
him: "Cluassicl music uI mpic that
b not popualo.
BROTHERS ARE RIVAL COACHES
OF FAMOUS FOOTBALL TEAM;
Brothers Are Rival Coaches.
Something unusual In football annals will be uncovered In the lwa-Yale
encounter October 14, In that the Yale coach, Tad Jones, is a brother of the
Iowa coach, Howard Jones. Many sport critics rated Iowa's eleven ahead of
Yale last year, largely on the fact that Iowa beat Notre Itame, a teama which
went east and astounded fans with its perfect style of play. Ohlo State is
also a newcomer on the Iowa slate.
STUFFY M'INNIS IS SUPERIOR
FIELDER AND TIMELY HITTER
Looking over the Cleveland club for a contribution to the "mest Ials
ale player" discussion, and keeping In mind that managers are not eligible
for the trephy, we find a candidate In Stufy McIneals. Melannis disputes
with George Sider, of the St. Louisl Browns, the right to be classed the best
first baseman to the American league MeIlnnis sla the perfect fielder and a
When you see aieller a-mopin' aroed, a-huntin' for some
thin' that's on the ground,-that never could whistle or sing a
song,-you can bet a doughnut there's somethin' wrong I When
a feller is huntin' fer things of worth, in the dirty lth of the
heartless earth,-and can't aspire to the stars
in sight, you can safely bet that he ain't built
God loves the man that can lift his face with
a constant faith in the higher place. ...
Whose step is timed to obey His will, and who ain't afeard of the
path uphill.... Who'd ruther climb where the storm-clouds
frown, than to jine the crowd that's a-oin' down!
God loves the man with the heartenn' song-who can change
his tune if he gets it wrong,-that an fit his soul to the all-wise
plan, with somethin' to spare
fer his feller-man. .,.
And-beyond the clouds, and
Stoil and strife, there's a crown
of joy-.ad eternal Ifel
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