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al Call of Red Croes Began on Armistice Day
D. Noyes. director ei
Red Cross nursing
olng at the National
Sgadquarters one of the
the 1923 roll call period
ber 11. Armistice day.
Above, a group
society girls on board
to yacht Maylower.
ial to the Suthern Women H'
iLin ii eem do alet at a wildow to
a* n A , plEle/ 4n by Uno I ne Dauhter at t*
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HORSEWHIPPED, HE SUES I
Tbeodonr thlurtlnana, nsayur d
Liberty, Ks., was taken by a band et
unmasksd msm roam his place ot biai
sesn and hreewlppes bseenem they
t h, hi e was voiing opiatons
a the Ku Klux Kisan, and e
Ceam he anted his opera hose to a
emndidate for district fudge to make
ano stl au Klux Klan speech. He Is
uaina the townaship t Libert for $10.
00 fr the attslack.
GETS A CROWN AT LAST
d eows wearing the craws
whid ed r ete plaed apos-e
head In thb Oetbednral at Al Jnua.
NAMED FOB MRS. HR D GI
YIAWY GRAHAM BONIE
MR. TURKEY GOBBLER
"Friends," said Mr. Turkey Gobbler,
"and relatives. I have yet another
speech to make. In fact, when the
fine time of the year (raws near- -
Thanksgiving day-I like to talk. I "
like to strut. I like to tell the friends
and the cousins all about ourselves.
"Now, as I was saying the other
day, we are a very favored family.
"People honor us, and it is right
that they should. If they did not ap
preciate us they would be foolish. But
they never want to be foolish, and so
they honor us.
"Now they admire us when they
hive us for Thanksgiving dinner. As
I said, only the other day, they don't
bother to admire others in the same
way. They never say how magnifi
cent a family the pig family is as they
eat their breakfast. No, they never
do that with the pig family, and stop
sipping their morning coffee to address -
a piece of bacon by saying: H
"'Look at that magnificest pig Hl
Not a bit of it.
"Yes, they take time over the tur
key and they praise the turkey, and
they have as the main food of one of
the very important days of the year
the turkey and his family.
"Perhaps it is not very pleasant to
be the guest of honor at a dinner
table as the turkey is the guest of
honor. Instead of sitting at a place
by the table he sits upon the big plat
ter. But this is what the turkey
thinks about all that.
"For days and days and weeks be
fore Thanksgiving day we are given
more and more tempting, delicious food
to fatten us up, and as we're
being fattened we are also enjoying
life so much, so very, very much. We
get delclacies the others do not get,
and we stay at home and enjoy them.
The turkey wouldn't miss his autumn
food for anything--not even if at the
end of the time he was to be eaten
"And for this great time of Pe year
we save ourselves with such cara.
Well do I remembgr when we took the
nest In the spriatime and filled it
with leaves 'hi"' &- - Ttien Mrs.
Gobbler hatched the dear preeous
eggs and I stood by and gave her a
warning gobblegobble if danger was
"And then when the little ones were
Shbatched out how very careful we were
to se that during the rst four weeks
of their lives they should not get their
r est wet. If a Mother Turkeyan get h
"lIt Fine to ge a Turkey."
her children through the first tour
wetk of their llves in good health,
then they wi be strg ever after.
But they must not get their feet wet
durg that tiare. That Is where we
are so diterent trm othe anlmals
"Ab, friends and relatives, le i
very ibed when we thk that peple
are awreglatnvte t the hrkg Am
,I tlhnk I ill srt a sea, abot It."
So Msr. Turkey Gobble gobbled a
kapt time strutth, ad thin we bin
song as e calldi It:
Wts . i t·be a taskery seal i nse
Were I ely a deS r4 nt rweus,
-t rm a mkerL , so I do fr mere m
I sn.t, ia yen shea, ad I obife,
*5he. the Ctr tukes raid.
" theaght yo'Id lke that" smileo
SMr. Turke Gbblmter. " made tt up
'"Did y, I ndeed? the ethers ukbed.,
- I ? sMid Mr. Tarkey Gober. "I
was what y amight cal Inspired,
whieh, mean I had mervelss
Mrs. Whit sea. "We might cll at In
spired. and then again we might aot."
4 .Tma er' tsee" saideMs s eWhi
t-u fr yese, 'Vii TuwlW *B*Mar
sht eest t t te te o i
re thwes saes. . hra ve 3v
t it)Y~-de UhIn* ~
Interesting Figures in Missionary I~eeting
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Here are tour interesting delegates to the meeting of foteign m.ission1ries from all parts of tie world iw sessou
In Washington. Left to right, they are: Isabelle Bug. India; E. L. Thillayampalam, India; Leodegarla Sapao, Malli.
tnd Me-leln Chang of Nanking. China.
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Ji : A
md Mel-Lien Chang of Nanking. China.
HE'S ANGRY AT FRANCE
Chrat A. Meletol of Pittaburgh, PC..
who served In Prance with the Tw1e
ty-elghth divisido and was wounded
mix times, was awarded the uanch
Croli do Guerre and ocitally cited
for exemplary bravery undes bHe I
has returned the cress and eltatlea
to President Millerand of Franee
cause of the stand Franc has take
to aid of the Turks. Mletts mqe
heo wounds be sutered while ta
France were nothingt compared to the
Swounds h felt when be le.rned that
Prance ha4 bees aiding the Turkish
o'res tthejr -eeet advances
ACCUSED BY AN ACTOR
This Is waillsam Marrises Oek a
wealthy India ot the Onag ube who
has bees as"ui as aresuosmt In
the diveore, lt of 2 amaspV, as
FOR itSALE, PRICE AP
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:· r'cCii~arr usI~Ue IsI
Observe Adam's 5,926th Birthday
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Baltimore, center of the national
observance of Adam day, fittingly
paid homage to the common ances
tor on the five thousand, two
hundred and ninety-sixth birthday
of the first man in the world. John
P. Brady, a retired contractor of
Baltimore, is shown at the memorl
al shaft he erected in 1900, and
which was the center of attraction
for celebrants. The shaft is
topped with a sundial.
Seaman Medal Given Judge Gary
Arthur,Willians (right) as seen presenting to Jodle lbert H. Gary the
LoAs Lvtiagtea Seama medal for eeqspieuou asbevelsmet is the ess
senrvaties 6f huma life, at the lunchbeen gihe by Mr. Wilma. u pa rdt ao
the Saety Initatto t Amerta is honor f Judge Gary at the Banser de
of New York. The medal was awarded to Mr. Goryr I reesgltlones hisa esd
erbdip of th New York sasfry week mpalga whb rmelted in the msaen
ot forty lives Os one week.
Chief Tahan and Pretty Daughter
a n & ofeCemalt' g Iuu egr agemurament We 53 an egtlew and aew a
r 61 the gai, Is tho e rgearm r of C(~is haa ot bhe Klwsa 1
r s ,r Dee. Juph l K. he a ails eeni--l-f ht T·a·s, whes
a - tr Puuibnt c L With his bernuth