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THE HOCK ISLAND AHGUS. MONDAY. JUNE 21, 1915.
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tta a4ars fcrasrrv r.l t&
jt a Uw 1 1 a a Jmr la ar j
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to U fee. 4. taiaa I wty tfa doctor aad nnrs. who
I TV iCiCcalt. la ta- 7 of d4s ! br;ft ttrm o maca la eon-
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t thi i. w. rorrii ro.
ImI IU4 loWr anrtai4 fr
Fall l Wtr ftrt.
JMMf virtTitOTo. w ai wv io o-tt i (cc4 l-; e-oc frequently taaa
' W fc cmm la W a -ofioftJ persons? Iltr thsy
TU&a te a:i aett C.a- , ,a f it. ar.tr. ft cr or to-.ioi oC
' f1 tr.rl - VJ. n.1 i.-.r I CO scr-i
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iAlM(k i rmt a r .T k6ri 4. j orc.j to kno til about 1L
's:-co: far t evtiv.tt cf it roi t7 T4 obrr4 ta pr
r rr'S aal :2S-! rv.a ta tcxiora oroo ! la
frn rwi - - ; t'a of; trasattf a nqr 1 K-t a'.l "Tifi
i:tais is! a? i'-?".r :::! OJ- . uatatAj Uyttao rarl
j !-'! - a ia-r.' !jp vi-t. aert!ec -r-a !f ta Uy-
l;S"! - r ? ri ' rvA- t r:an fco-l To-l tblak
The Personal Tcuch.
laat a bttr medium tor the conrey
an. of Infection dla taaa tn
acreUoa from the humaa taoata.
Oa of tb worlJ" croatt iireoc
prfora t mol dtfflcalt operation
vttbottt oor toacblos lb wound wiia
IT Is apctcl that 15-ytar-old hus-.
band who ha deserted hU lS-year-i
old pride at Ft. Louis is following thej
circa red wagon.
The Daily Story
Which Was Which? By Eunice B'ake.
h: band. One of the tnot famous ; tor worta j;so .000. He ha been la the
A young man walked into a gold
j mining town in the far west with pick
I ana snoTei on ma saouiaer uiu, ap-
MR. Bryan disarmed those news- i proaching a couple of miners standing
paper who hare been criticising him J before a saloon, asked some questions
for bis alleged selfishness by net . as to whether it was worth while to do
holding his war statement for exclu- j any prospecting in the country round
Ire publication in the Commoner. ! about. One of the men replied to him.
t while the other kept a pair of steel
CHICAGO ha a street car eonduo-! gray eyes on him from under a som-
n-Uf. j tu mi.
MM til ' I . tart BwUtiir
ta tt 'i.; f-'e Li ti rs
iitf rpf;;i ; tt.m qroo ro3i'!r h:jEIf the on-
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rreca Kaa (i'l t i ti
tmgnnf f)i t. f tw ia
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C..f"'o oa- r.f Rii a.it
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arin4 tami r" rr-
V""b( p"'i f.m i nf
f 4itI H-n tr. Tim mm i-i.'-j '.
SArwW rfiDf.iiMt f'if 'r hy
tanifirit But a-:.f-.t 'non"
ta fn 1'rr. n o't t n;.'
t'lflr1ii t'ifnin 'I r-ir.-r. :f .i
tC I !i i"4 tot. !! .Il.t
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aaaiitartaa. a health oncer or
t-ry on 1 welcosa to Amertraa city, has practically reTo-
and cootaglou dla management
by training doctors and nurses Id
perfect tnedlral aepl avoiding the
personal toarb. This new kind of an
Ita'.lon ba democsiratrd In a practi
cal sad undeniable manner that fumi
gation and pt-houes are unneces
sary and dangerous to public health.
Soap and water, elbow greas. fresh
!r and uel!cht. plus a strict obser
vance of rr.edK-a! asepsis avoiding the
actual rr.ta-t which spread dlea
grrr. are the real and unfailing
principle In eodrn sanitation. Dlow
Isg c!T bad tr.tllag smoke after con-
ta?wie d!s l a very etpenslr
ly r::y c!aa proa la th boas.
H ! it. lie :s!y pratlcea aaep-
Af '.n ar.!ep! wfcat
"ptg cta is to spris f.ouclean-
ff aeu ! prac-itce. aetisep-
(Hi CM nt C'Ut',!rl te-rtt3r
'i r". i im h."t tr.Jttrion to th
f'itg pfo tr not A band raay
f-- ffin !.i: dirt. yt re.vey d-a l- j and b4:y worn Joke on the commun
is r-r. f t a ocd Tt tft'Mi I V-t-
Qaeotioat and Aaswers.
Hrt Misbehaves After Ooltr Op
eration I was operated on for goitre
last Juc. I have gained 2i pound,
t-stent an ache or pain, and look
fne. write fr. A. U. but rny heart
sfi;1 bother rr.e con!JerMy. thouch
I walk a l"t every dy. Otherwise 1
am wonlerfc'ly Irrprored. Can you
airl.e f-.e ahc-4t te heart
Answer fTophtfca:rr.lc o!tr rr.T
Irave the frert K-!'y darr.aice-I. If
- f - -
avt !t kr.ow Ki In kp surclcal-
ir. tf-tr;--.:-!'rr c!j: wm i
: a t"reet tig fro- oritr.ary
irss are f arrVJ by l"era
I .r.' . r." !' pfW d"S
f.'-'. U-.-i'T e"!l I-V4.-N a t:;y
if: r fc(f m tr.'ju'.-w r
l :t :t n: 3 ''5vt oc.ee
a-f .:. lKMa t .til!,! Tt
.: - ,t a.-.'i e'r. t.f'lf tn i
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a. rr,-,.-.. u-'fAis-i ! i trata;efit I t te. eelaye.j. rrhp j the gate of a farm yard. He
AO". : f f t i ; 1 pr:'.'5-e (A x . - T' - - - nirri it n n-)rjr : u pot.
service 40 years. It Is said he was
opposed to striking for higher pay,
contending that the company had done
well enough by him.
She Ooght to Oet the Job.
Wajited Cook. Phone Kock Island
151 mornings. Davenport Times.
ARKANSAS repaitee Is always per
tinent (or Impertinent), as the story
of th "Arkansas Traveler" first made
known. A young man over on East
brero hat as he ground hard on a
quid of tobacco. When the young man
had passed on the gray eyed man said
to his companion :
"Well, that beats anything I ever
saw before! I knew Jim Allison had
j cheek but I didn't reckon he'd walk
into this town barefaced like that af
ter the bosses he's run off."
"Jim Allison! You don't mean that's
"Shore! I'd know him if his face
Within another ten minutes half a
Mountain says or me young woman) doren ir.en surrounded the stranger
he was courting: "She called me aj wlth drawn pistols and called on him
peach all summer and in the fall shej to surrender. Astonished he asked
canned me." to which the local editor! wnat ne waa wanted for.
appends: "She knew what to do with
you when you were fresh.'
r'ri.irf. new t!-t the tnvlc cause I j
, w-re a !' r-.oe.f '.VU!-c Is r'wvl. provided
: fn r ' f-r s it H i t eiinjt ycu. Me-lfal ad-
:t t-f j
t-. ."I4 I he N-t upon etamlnat Ion
i f r jr ?:-art
"You can't brazen it out that a-way
in this yere camp Mr. Allison. We'll
see that no more hosses are run off
bv runnln the bieeest hoss thief of the
This is being told at the expense or, territorv up on a rope. It'll be on jthe
J. M. Sherler. who Is in charge of the; other neck tnia tlme.
Pavenport ofCce of the Tnited States -Allison! My name's not Allison; it's
weather forecasting department: RucKles."
Mr. Sherler was driving leisurely J Th dJsrjaimpr had no effect except
along the road In the direction of , on one WM who naJ once Ben Allison
Andalusia. The sun was shining. anil ioubfMi t this man were he but
there was a soft, soothing wind, and; the Rrav evpd man w89 cocksure
to all appearances it was to be a per- that lh; pris()ner wa9 hurried away,
feet day for such an outing as the anil Pinoe.the sheriff was handy, was
weather forecaster had anticipated, j turaeA over to h)ra.
.Mr. j-nener stoppeo r:s norse at. Tt hnr,m.n,, thB, ,h lailer's dauch-
a8i ter. Arnie Sweetzer, was visiting her
I mint Avor th. 1ivir4A nnH nnp dav rp-
l ?ay. m;irr. sa:a me youngster., .,..,, ,- frnrn hr mother men-
"If you've got very far to go you'd tlf...,nK am0I1lr othw. tUlngs that tho
priirr nurry, or you 11 ri wn. i
"I hardly think o. my boy." was
fxiftor ton N.ir-n m d
ma t.ini'n. bi him 'i j .it
mr tne r.tmtn a ( mjv.i i
rer of tif l.f nt B in. N
kiln Ku Bi-nv ft n 1 03'-'
ere min nt t.f en.i ri -t
!nfl4 t.t.nil Uil tV- nii4- t:e
FIVE NEW LAWS OF ESPECIAL INTEREST
nouni horse thief, Jim Allison, had de-
1 infrt 'tlifl rfi m n had
the answer. "Can't you see the sun's' , ... . v,
out. and there's not a cloud In sight?1
This Is going to be a f.ne day a'.l tho
Then Mr. Saericr
the net Friday. Mrs. Sweetzer spoke
, of what a decent looking young man
Tno4v tnm ta.f.t '" m r.
1 4 1 1.3.111 (mil t-i.nt m..t4 .-i-o-fv't i
foe we muniT.on ir n...i.it turn ft.n-n..
tn ant.f fle tti 4r nii. sn oi ! i
toe !f. I hftiii 5i!l r .1 ..
Wf't ! f!. fit flol WnflJ w "
B flirt U0 'Ml nfm fit f,1- ! nf
if ta prmfi i. rifl.'
TK03 3I CC3TLV ortN'IONS
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li..T'i..;. K j-i f: t.!.
Toward evening Mr. Sherler.
;:. - . e:!r bv th- aud!"r cf public ac-;--- - j pnrtv of men rode Into the place, and
rIH riUIUl. OII.IiK i ., ., ti A Vim.
he w as and what a pity he should have
sunk to horse stealing.
The day Annie received this letter a
. . - .... . . .
i? ?::. a .-- ;-r J is- c it's MT.-.-r au'hor.ty of th law : n"ur r,a u"'; m ti.e'r center was Jim Allison him
re pro. fir It corrmoo school furd of the "' -.v. . . ppl, Thev rode by the house where
as shall be suf-.r:,nt to meet .jr the farm house at which he stopped ; An;-je stayn?r and Fhe was toM
.m t' !." m ail1 &.
'f r-"-..-;. tr.if. att?iett-e etr.aa4 tsad upon uch pension''3 tte tnornlnf
. . . . . .. .' . .... . i ... ,.4.,,. : bo"
r. '-c!fa M t-'''1-" ;"S tie act. h!h an!i'Jtt until oth-
'iiafU1 a. e r a'rie prnvtted by law :-.a'.l be equal
He sought out the
i who the prisoner was. She asked why
i he had been brought there instead of
to ge, wet." said Mr. Sherler. "and I' h''n f" 'V! Tl"! "P"?
would like you to tell me how you
s en . ne fl..m ;t !
aailrfoHt tn rwmif hnf t mm he
lt i lUr f r',.fn-T f n t
pne Ii ft'l! ..B-lr j.'inf
lA III IT pe-in hifin c-rrn : !
irni Jno f f f h.mi tmiM n.
(nn t i .) t p'if -(i.n."
nt anl!l ii- f.. rn.
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;:r of the ...1 v.iv.oa of all, n'w w wr to haT0 rin todr
c;i. it nxe tnis. roister. i nai
R".r wv A t::i I t t.er4,
. m li in ln): trrivrrfr cf the state ex
... f, a.t cf r;.. l -cfco,l districts . I'arenport that tell us every
a-.: t.-i t a oa
.vr..t t 1 nr. p--l
T" t. E tf f f te r
.. r f a: a ! ry ! !'.) r :t. it 1
. a ' J '!-.: !:. f r it tr..r::.r.
for th purpose of
lcr tc pfo.loc
Mr. Sherler thinked the boy and
vf:a' wna l is i lae nci
I day said It was to be nice today. I
ITI..I'. .I .r.. I. i., It " !
terminicg thej -' '
tr.er.:s to be jail t-chcrs a c:a!5-
ri'.rn a TJ the leng'h of service 1!
c.le The contribution to the fundi
'fir.ru fr.-.m 11 Irt IC r r r:irf"h f.ir ei
. . , . . he look from a- rennsylvania paper i.i
..J'...-.'..-.rVfJ".i.T . . T
a , A wdicu in principal in a
. I r. !e t,r rl at the sum f l!4 for each year tJln r referred to as the bride and
. ' . . . v . . ... ' doom.
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f ra e mm ri m !
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IS t4e nf th pa4ini;.ry nt w t
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ltmt ytitanf meat f ..!) (gia.-it
in Iwi.min inn fr tn '..
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f jiwta4 mos ittiA4 m4n.n
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iTati-T-s. ac of serrice as a t-- ier. provide I thnt
tt prTsuch ar.r.uies ha!l r.ot i-xcee.1
tf i tr.ih.in anv ts year.
E'-liittatle prornlnn Is
t,rti--" sno frliff bfOf MPflCS IU.I '' ; e , T ,-,, are f n ho ur.lfiod.
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? ij f:. J :n th 't j t-fi:pirrt!y
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; s . Tj t t'eesi'in f.r Maalcipal Ftn-.p!oes
, i " -i-.. cf ". ;..-;:'-.r ,r act pro IJ.cs f-r the payturnt of
' : !j t- .r" -.: ' p-c:"Bs to rcuDlcIpil en.ploycs was
-;: to cr f ,r ta p.4::r -.noi . rharc4 lo several particular by a
r 11 p. of tr. c".. J revision which passel both houses.
i . f .";..-n l"cr t h Ir those who remain tn the erv-
i drove on.
I. r. A. s.'n.U us a clipping he says
nia paper i.i
was to'.d that he had been run down
with some horses In Stony Gulch. This
set the cirl to thinking. Were there
two Jim Allisons?
Th samo afternoon Annie went
home. The Jail was a small brick
structure hack cf her father's house,
anl on her arrival she went out to
have a look at the prisoner. The mo-
1 ment she laid eye on him she saw
that he was very like the man she had
seen in the morning; but, while the
latter had a hangdog look about him,
this one looked honest.
"Pop," she said, "that young feller
out in the Jail isn't a horBe thief. He
isn't Jim Allison neither."
"You, Ann, you mind your own busi
ness. Every time a good lookln' young
feller Is taken in you get soft on him."
"I tell you. pop. they got Jim Allison
over at AuDt Martha's. I saw 'em
bringin him in."
Tho father had gone out of hearing
before the sentence was finished. An
nie went back to tho prisoner and told
him of the situation. He was to be
hanged next day and there was cot
much time in which to act. The mlnas
of the campers were made up that they
had got the man who had been steal
ing their horses, and they could hard
ly wait till the next day to hang him.
If Annie told them the story of the
other Jim Allison they would attribute
her evidence to be prompted by a de
sire to save the life of a man with
whom she had fallen in love.
"You Just wait, she said to the pris
oner, "till tonight. I'll bring you a
"That's the easiest way. And I'll
bring you a bed comforter, for you
to put over the Jock while you're fi'.in",
so they won't hear you at the house."
Annie provided the file and the com
forter, but that night she heard the
filing, and, fearing others would hear
it, she set up a moaning, declaring she
had a bad toothache. When she was
assured the the filing had ceased for
good she quieted down and after mid
night went out and unlocked the outer
door to the Jail, the key to which hung
in the kitchen. The prisoner had done
his part of the work and was ready to
"Goodhy, little girl," he said. "Quite
likely you have saved my life."
"Where you going?" she asked.
"Anywhere to get away from here."
"You go over to where your double
is. That's the safest way. They'll ge;
you sure. If you go where they've got
the real horse thief it'll be all right "
"Your a sensible girl. I'll do it.
"Oh. never mind the goodby; I'm
go'.n" with you."
The man took her In his arrns. Then
they started out on foot and in the
morning reached their destination.
There was no doubt on the part of
the real Jim Allison's captors that they
had got the ripht man, and refer Kuc
gles was cleared. When all was safe
for his return to the camp he and An
nie went back together. Those who
had Intended to officiate at a funeral
gathered at a wedding.
Sidelights on the European War
THK tragedy at JoKet will r.ot tend
1 to n:ake prison olr.tiais kinl.ier to-
I'ekin. (Correspondence of The As-s'niau-.l
Tress.) China's military
forces are to be remodeled from top to
bottom. As a first step, arms of the
. . i .i . ... . j. : ' .
. . . . . . . . ii r inai int. fiiiirtr . . ' .1 , l . L ui.it.
sii'l tor irirr.rrp m nt) rrnrr j
tvt rt,rn tc mirhlrr sr.oui-j ne put in i.ie mine uiv'.oi. ,
j with the brute that slew Mrs Allen.
! for do-ihtV ihr. are trustworthy
n:c!i among them, but who. aft-r this -latent
horror, will sav who is to bo .
trusted and who Is not?
r f r :j .'.. :" I; a 3-t t,t j Ice for the required Irf-tth of 11 Tie pay-
jr-i: : r" i e'J :': ar.-l n:et of pension Is authorized 10'
:?.. t.f .r . ti:r a I ju:'.r.c-l persons whorr.av be srparat-.
'. ..a ! .-r ,f i ..: a ilosn'rl from srrvlce bv resignation or d!s-'
t.r e.. r-r.l-f! r.4. t f :; tr.! r.per.Irharc befor serving the full lrr.-th rrarrar.t Mnra.. her thoughts, and .
i - f an .. t.rr-e I"; U i er"cr''if t'.rr.e. All of th employ' p-n!on i forever In tune
A Jt"E MAID.
Oh. di'ar maid I know, a white lily in
When the rose reicr.s In riotous
A most important conference has
Just been held at the winter palace, the
residence of Yaan-Shi-Kai. There were
present, in addition to the president
and his cabinet and the highest rank
ing military and naval officers, several
of the most influential Chinese not of-
33 districts of the city, but one class
will suffice for all the applicants.
For the study of French, there were
applications from 1,100 students. One
hundred students arto take the study
London. Every city, town and vil
lage in the British empire will observe
Wednesday, Aug. 4, the anniversary of
the declaration of war, as a holiday,
and meetings will be held to reaffirm
Britain's determination to fulfill her
ftcially connected with the government. J vows of victory.
rroli'.on.s of national defense were I The plans for the day are being or
touciie.l upon in a brief Fpeech by theiganized by the "Committee for .Vation
presiilent. who made it clear that he;al Fatriotic Organizations," of which
.t .? a.-.r .? prr l e f.-r th f jtil act were made subject to a three.
:-.. it t'j'V i"cr.'op. ; f limitation and a coti.rr.'.ion a
! f'..t.fct fifil sSj'.i t.t fc ib- i appoiM'4 to stuir u.ur.lt iral pension
of lse s'ate.
Tfc c tT.E act apf:.- to "asr I I'ol'.r pens!oa An act reta'irs to
h'ti fUir, rc-.a. i- pol.ee pras'ons oas attere.) la several
:. -izr o.:.iia: ip-r.S" respect. cuirc the terms clear as ;
With a b'rd lilt throughout a Jun-
Her !::"e roseate face glows ll'.:e
sprlnctime on sr.ow.
All ll'.urr.lned by Innocent thought:
regards war as the greatest among ap
parently necessary evils. His words
uiade a deep impression upon those
present, and in the discussion which
followed, there was absolutely single
minde.lness in endortr.g Yuan's posi
tion. The conference decided that new
Premier Asquith. Mr. Balfour and Lord
Roseberry are officers.
Athens (Correspondence of The
Associated Press.) Two Turkish
aeroplanes that recently flew over
Constantinople were mistaken for
n Shu tiouM b b-ncf.claries. an 1 J
tt.is act Is a!i -r;ert t. the three
.' I'.tastifioa anl to th study of!
if 1 taf t..fS;.5 ti
.,J- nr f' .f-.j'afT or aor the roatrciSsioo a ro! r.l-l en mdi!aci : Oh
'.t z.-... .s t'.mt It ti pb:i; nfe:ii-e's 1'easton 1'uad An act i
i.:T IS aVUor'r ofra.l both trnm-i rllr.g cttlcs. v-.!-J
. - i jsr caey ; ! act Ir-.rorpora".! towns wl:oe",
:-..-i.;-sr if ' ll- ! tcr.a tfcil hkvlitr a a,-'
pf-. :-e ." ' : wf t.'.c pt:.c - S .'us : s. " ; itrp.-.c;ctt povrr to levy a 1st not to.
st fialjetrr.l wirft irr.'! of a m:!l on thai
docks were absolutely necessary; that; jjiiians bv the Turks, who opened up
Through her wnvlrg cold hair, silken 'the arsenals must be modernized and; R brisk gunfire that brought down both
. . . - . i i. ... ... . : . . t . v, .
prii'i lauini; ifw. . r.;i.Mii.-u . iimi itjat unmsca uiuai i.i inacnines ana Kuiea two ui o.w,-
Every sun clean of June time secrr.3 ; established, and where obsolete or in- i best aviators.
caught. laleqmi'e. reconstructed; and that na-
jval bases must be provided for north
h-r re!, ooutel lips, curve and and south China.
c-url !:k a rose? I The principal decision, however, was
Prearn that bloom like a ros !!c?it ihat providing for the unification of.
her heart: 'Chinese armaments. The six army di- J
Ard She h!-!es them and deen:s them : .;i -:s. invcstication has proved, use'
. r.J t .r Jv t.a yt L sr..! a f:d':;ar oa all taiabl hrnivrtr. In at
m.r.: -!t-...'r di-t.l fcy the ' J:t.ro to I per crr.t cf all revenue col-
.-.. . i . 5f fr a t. :r:s ef ; leetri ty jch cttie or town froi
f; t ?.f.. a- trn,.f..i to ta'Iic6 i3d ihervia aa-1 frora fine
tr.ry tr w;:i isjra do- f for V toU'loo of re crdJianccs. to be
fc:, a:: ta cud - ft, fnd!.t prt and ai !ej to the firemen's
t j i i:i t t 4 a-lwcstoa fad la urh cities.
OUR NATIONAL WEALTH
f , ;i-t-"iy
fr t a (i'5 f'-it fa eua..
?.-f;ie, mt 'K'if.f. T;t. S
i-n.?'n aa.t r t.f'ia. ;t
ae ta '.
too dar to rt:rloe. (n., or ni'.re dilfferent types of guns.
Tilt l!fe wake her to play In love's ; It is proposed to replace these w ith
part. one style which will possess the best
Oh, weet. hurr.aTi roe heart! Girlish features of the best modern weapon,
salr.t In yo-:r soul! I
Pure as rrayer. warmed with love' j
f rut d'slre!
rorwan T.t-r. . i:me. speea f Krer.ch shell f.re. is heavily entrenched
tra'sht to ray goal! by ,h, Turks, although the mountain
MyJune !!:v. with rns. h. 9rtof rre! 'J5 Mcro, a;ik. fo rhristjan and Mos.
EMMA MXM.NG BANKS. ,,.m f)n ,ho ,ow er slopes is situated
. the town of Haifa. The German con
sulate in the town was bombarded by!
j Jerusalem .Mount tarmei, wnose
Slower tdopes have already been under
.::. 'oeetsf- fca dseUr4 sal of cpportanity. The thre fac- '
tTr ar aidicc powerfully la persaad-
Spread of the Cnpel.
The Turk have become more ef
cler.t at bayonet attacks S!owly. but
surety, they are profl'tr.r by their
; Christian war training Atlanta Con-
5!R. VtSSOS S CANDIDACY.
Km ' t:.at fc tf-m' r fc.--.:
U v!".-i tn: tt e
Ra of ta . a.- ;a t.
f.. b aat T JiSe r? 'r
ft Afc.ft- wtftita grow e tti-
, J . . . .... a . . . I ! Ih IM:Mn.l t..f.a t-.. . .
. ..... . r.3 " c rtai t ... w .. - , .i.u.ion
ef or etal tire h"1? tM ,h,r Am.rtcaa .eeatrttle.
,.4. , :,:.6. ... : r.fr 'L'M! n V."1 i r ruiw to H.rdr
, . -. n iitt per-.;s iai sure ox (
. . ... ... . . . . . . . . . .. . . i
. . K-w c- i w:an:r. a targe reward.
According to othr accounts hroacr
to Athens by travelers, the people of
Constantinople are in an excited state
of mind. At the beginnine of the war
they were entirely confident. But the
arrival of the first wounded frora t'.ie
Dardanelles proved a painful surprise.
The people had gathered at the dorks
to see. as they expected, hands of
British and French prisoners landed.
Instead, they saw thousands of their
own wounded. A demonstration
against war. led largely by women, fol
lowed in front of the war o.T.ce, but
Constantinople's hospitals are now
crowded with wounded, who receive
scant care. The Turks lack doctors,
nurses, guaze,. bandaces and medical
supplies and the hospitals are primi
tive in their arrangements and sanitation.
Noises of the big guns In the uar-
: fci fcfix! fx: ft -!
V 6 IS -f. is-fa et la city
t:a ti t a .- i4-.:f. tiOllon jo: at.
T .'. :;; r r-!.3l beyor. J
w;rf. t c 1 1 : of :ti
s.f"at. Tsy rrat
Th curtain had dropped on th f rt
ftri tfhf fKa . h. ..... . . . . t .j...
'i " P Ped and he said
- " " - jwm.iui a.aav , . liji
.w- . ; ' ul e.
' - lis wa.B O: it iiii..i u..M.. .k. .a ... -
1 6'ta t l..-t t"CJ. Oir CU-a( CotCPti- ' 111.. -vVr. ..II .V. .v.. .v
s.a,t s.c ar 8-1 a-t ft. c a- ,ar. ai ,.ry ae.rty c.tca th. ; rr.'.y. ,h., Ifc(ir. aB trr of
a-aft e,.4 ta r-. Ma t. (9 rosabiiae.1 -!"l of lr.:rul. ac two ar ht..n ,i. a... '7 .
.. . . t t . I . . . .... . - . ... I - -. . 7 . . ITTVl
. , . .. f, i-.a.r. loot. The leading lady ha lust awal
.t s ti'-.'-f of ta ft.. I ef tittl i:si tat of Aasirta ae.4 (iwr l..i .v. . i.
t mm a -asaor -.tta ft., eaJf,. ti..:,.M ,t-t , t i... r".""'-r "a uno,,r .
t wee .a t s..r ta-. a .,ra..3aef -.r.,a tem ara ao- te.rini i 1.;; , " m' LZl ?I:
t stun, an t a ff a a ta cf K.- I.ue.j ar i ce a-.ott.r t;a: a.-.d dtrorte -, a. .n "v.T V I
t W a wr tra- ,e to ft. ae.ss .J at lnJ iftwrtr tt.c! fi:r thaa tiler canirnr
aa.S .. .1 -. . '
ira ;x. tiT ail i. strop i today 1 -
- -- r i act74Uir tcort barkairil. wKf.a tSa . -r- . . . .
tmaav ratenaaref. taia f .ot t - t-e4 . Ste. f. ....pisg wtftjT for. so oco w,! irt to V m.n " ho had
'ilfUr ,. , lte-va iu:: ..f !Mo . of ti.l treatr o?a-.onc s.vd ,h, t,t,tor', life rerue to
Ta uet-Uf conaf J-:- f a ro. Jv wsy d M ti o.r Uc ; t!s B.ynent. Perbap. ther were
m rx Uaa. B aaa ar .aasuu sv t :-2U.aj t' U J Uii ci pUiyr. ctimi out bj postpoteatat of. Ui erecu
John KeaMng of Gutfport. Miss . died
the other day and his obituary wa i
prepared. A barber waa called In to;
share the corpse. As th razor passed !
over the man' cheek his eyes opened.
The barber dived
through the window and Is somewhere j
In Oklahoma by this time. Keating . I
;the French in retaliation for the Ger- j
.man desecrating the graves of the:
l.f.ra rf '&nntnn 1
. - . ... . . .. . . . . . , , ;,,.
Carmel Is a hill, or rather a group! danelles zone can ne ne,im ... r
of M'.l. bounded on two sides by thej Hal. end at night the distant fa.hes
Mediterranean and overlooking the; searchlights can be seen.
plain of Kishon. Above the town
'stands the famous Carmelite monas
tery. On the summit of the Mount, the
German colony of Haifa, which came
there 60 years ago to await the second i
coming of Christ, has erected a monu- I
ment to commemorate the visit of the
Haifa is an important point, as it is
June 21 in American
well. Harrodsburg. Ky.. j
the terminus of branch of railway tap
ping the Hedjaz lines, which crosses
the desert regions between Damascus i
AMONO the notable of Louisville, j and Medina. Tiiis railway, spanning
Ky.. ir.ay be mentioned Ida Hottopp, ithe Jordan river, is used by the Turks
who conducts a Jewelry store.
WARREN" Remer and Miss Sarah
Freexe went to Free port this morning
and will take part In a musirale
there tonight. Sarins, 111.. Journal.
to transport Arab troops.
London. The whole of Greater Lon
don, with its population of over seven
millions, has produced only 18 students
who wish to study German at the spe
cial summer sessions of the free
IT look as though Lemberg is grad- schools. h:ch open this month.
ually losing It ttrengtii. ; The educational authorities were
J. M. C i prepared to cpea classes in German in
1(31 Captain John Smith, famous Vir
ginia colonist, befriended by I'o-a-bontas,
an Indian princess, died la
London ; born 1579.
17tvS New Hampshire ratified the Unit
ed States constitution, the ninth
state, thus insuring Its adoption.
1S05 The German emi-eror laid the
cornerstone of the Kaiser Wilhe'.in
1914 Baroness Bertha von Puttner,
Austrian writer on peace and win
ner of the Nobel pence prize in
l&OTi, died In Vienna; born 1S43.
If it's true that children get their
growth while asleep, no wonder some
babies ara of such, slow growth.