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The long train of freight cars whined
and grumbled as It strove to stop. In
the doorway of a great low building a
White capped and gowned woman re
leasedi a suinny smile and, turning so
her voice carried into the buIlding,
called out, "They are ours; get ready
for a rush."
Just how she could tell they were N
"ours" would be hard to explain, for V
at the moment she spoke hundreds of t
the dirtiest, grizzliest men a woman
ever saw came fairly tumbling out of c
the freight cars. A moment more she i
Was welcoming this muddy rabble with n
a laugh and cheering words.
Just How th
"Speaking of money," said my sea
faring friend of the Mlaine coast, "we
used to have an oldi man here nined
GoodIfleld. When he was young he
usedi to sing in the church choir-that r,
didn't costt niothin'-aniid mtarried one t
of the Eimberses, bu(t didn't haive only 6
one chlild, and it died, andl time he got
to be about sIxty-eight years l he'd
saved upl and was hirin' out his tun
ey at about as high a p' cent, as any- h
thody3. AMade it aill just tradtiin' anid h
bein' careful. whait he spent. 'Care- 1
ful't' lie wouldn't buy htisself a panir g
of br-itches buit once in eight yearss, b:
and~ w~hien his old1 sister t hat lived with a
'm says one day she wats bounid to
see what the inside the pitcher show ,
thieater' looked like just once beforet
she dlied, why, oldi Goodileid and his
wife says that was the last straw, sand
the&y t1.xed up anid had her hauled otf
to live oni the counity. Ills wilfe was
just thle samte as him, too.
"'Well, along iabouit the muiddl~e o' ~
thet hard wvinte-r, three y'ears ago, ~
(Goodihel took siek, and his wife toli t
the ne(ightbors they bothi thiouight it
was a pretty good thing, coini' ona
him In thle coid wveatIher t hat way, he- a
cause fuel wajs soi high andt~ ai person0
in bed don't need to use any. 'ilhey a
wouldn't hear of callin' in the doctor', a
andi( for two or three weeks tho neigh-.t
hors and o ~ld frienda, imost of 'ema, was i
suire lie was golin' to die, butt then h
lie begun to look so well there didn't a
hardly seemi to be mucht hope.
Old Goodfield Walks in. d
"ie got to goin' out and shalamablin' I
around again, and for awhile there c
wasn't nobody not iced anythinig mu('h
differenit. I re'ckon I was the first, hi
utidi it come about Ighty queer. it c
was like this: I was workin' in my d
shack one nIght pretty late, tryin' to (1
sp~ell out what was (the matter with a h
carburetor I'di brought tip from my o
boat, wvhen there conic a tail on the t<
door, and old G4oodfield walks in. .I rl
was kind o' surprised to see him, hbut I
dhdn't say nothinm' 'cept 'Good evenig',' a
arid all of a sudden he says 'Do you si
know howv tuch mn'iy I'm wortht?' y
Not of mercy drawn through
a of' Unapealkable Pain"
merican Red Cross
nches for a Br
Dur Boys; (
Ins81d1 the building there were More
Volnen, all spick and spa In white,
vith faces beaming, handing out good
home cooked" food over spotless tiled
ounters. Some of the boys fairly ran
or the f9od ; others went into the long
atteries of baths, throwing out their
ermin riklein clothes to be sterilized
rhile they scrubbed their bodies back
o a healthy glow.
What luxury it all was-food, tables,
hairs, things to read, gaines to play,
iaper for writing, a barber shop, a
ovie theater and good, clean beds I
No one ever thought that these hap
[NG OF. N
By BOOTH TARKINGTON
Of the Vigilantes.
"lIe said( it just like that-nothin'
efore it-anid I said, 'For the Lord's
lk e, Mr. Goodileld, what's the mat
yr?" He looked kind of funny to mec.
"'I'ini wor'th a hiundired am11( twenty
amr thlousandtu three hundred and six.
ythr'ee dol lar and 111( ifty-onie centIs,'
"~'ll, by3 Or'ry I' I says'.
''Well, sli', lhe begun to Pant1 like
e'dl beeni r'uinin' Up) a hill1; lie got to
ea vini' lIke a wInded horse ; then lhe
t'gun to cry and~ sob) like a womanii
int's all excited whien somei oneC's just
ieed. 'Well, by Orry I' I says. 'You
otter set dIown and quiet yourself,' I
ny'a. 'Wh'iat's the matter?'
"'I got to (die,' he says'. 'I been
lek,' lie says. 'I been sick and1( 1 got
"'Well.' I says, 'we all got to (lie.'
"Ie kep' straight on cryin' and~
antin' and1( sobinll',
"'Yes,' lie saysS, 'buit I niever knowed
hiad to!I I never knowed it before I
las siek. I kind o' thought I wouildn't
(''Ili ha to, wh'len it conie ighit dlown
"'We're all fixed that waty,' I says.
Noe all got to havi~e some siekness we
'oni't get ov(er.'
"Well, sit', lie lot out a yell that just
bout rose my13 hair. "'he rest of y'ou
ii't got a hiumilr'ed nnd twenty ~-four
10ousand( thIiree himadred and sixty
iree (d01Inars an f11 ifty'-one~ cents I' lie
oller's. 'And I got to die I' lie says;
nd lie kep' on kind of shioutin' it. 'I~
ot to dlie I I got to die I I got to
le I' And then lie pitches over before
could catch him and fell down on a
r~uple o' busted lobster traps.
"Ole Cap. W~hitcomnb, he woke 'up in
is shack ne(xt dloor and( put on some
lo'es and1( comie in, lookln' scared to
enth. Iiitn nnd meo pieked Good.
eIIli p off thie .traps and got him
omie, half carryin' him, and him kind
f whiniperin' and( sloblberin' rIght on
> when we left him doubled up on a
lkety chair at his own house.
"Next day~ ho was aroumnd, just
bout tha samie as everi, andl never
lid nothin' ab~out nothina', andl the
'cek after that he tank Fre,1 nmans'
uted by James Montgomery Flagg,
for a Rush?"
p)y, stulling wouien might be tired, nor
were they tied ll v'n, even though all
dlay lon, they had been serving train
after train of Frenc' h and Eniglish
troops, literally thousanlds of theml.
Yet what did that snatter? For these
boys that Came ait the endo of a long
day-these boys arc- "ours."
If your boy is InI France ou mo] ay be
sure hie has a song of praise for the
fIne womien at work In the railway
caniteens of our own ]ted Cross, for at
ever Imprtan rala Jucion ter
Is Rn f ued Cross nen n
boa infr et.ad o oud'
wih i. WhtIren yucud'
utld notin Jaeonomer dyt1meabut
Elftr ahr Rud osh!i'"l
gt earinf hen eeIght se wres, no
he' go lin thec rerd have thouspell s
thed same hmerihad wothme.Sae
deo N them spellsrheIdid.
aTe LtOI of Froodfield Mony.i
"'ongs liallyut htembe is woftemup
Yet nda dupid evrybody, ecaus so he
went5 toii a ei the ense of av ongh
oldy man declared insainie yondmayue
sorf othe hasylum sng out hmiso tha
fondeod womanorkad the raea
itenooutr oe hCrss f'rla
eery lianit russtailwasuct theeo
sond Gofoudlied hunred andtenty-n
fou cati!ltousn thre huared woand
reylhtre Amelricand witoene ns
"Wi l ir ouow 'alnha.sou
boin o a et, and you mcouldnal
tlin there was ithin th mat earo
ith vimlg. Wher w smea o thatn'
tlad othey' ongre hiowayie utl
waie art ht' goa shamethin'al
"yarou , theilgn then whme ito
gllfa ot laterobfrh e se h onwhcr
mi'lgoatyere hav a srloa Jufist
thre ae lie hudwirae. Screvd
pddeolar wit srthesellsuhe id. v
'Lg, a out kowrterterhI wile' hard
the wite~rt( Othryuh orysee s h
"es, to'll t mypnme down frn the
old Crosm adli helt Inai gaueds
ou to't have muchiiin ltroCud gIiSttroi'
wusipthions(' (frloe tetreal, upther,
rie gt ua leot tunra o'ii('-te here
vefteeoow nd I i dwn ea wouednso m[e
[oithink of 'em st ia ndliiit lin'toutTin
rhe fmeidstweit' iiarud anid riobotty.
tou tilndiern tbeue usli at'u homea hadn'
ottndl siut you that ilt's aitae t
hit, a rid stion' ito have gour say-~i O
I' hright' nice tald wi'loit It wherewe'r
tea ilg. TeewrssC h
"Jack and thi
A SPECIAL F1
This Age-old Story brir
dear to all, whether old or y,
DON'T FAIL TO SEE 1
Moving picture for children were ir
ing pictures were invented, but it has beE
that they should not have been actually i
that the world can produce is only to be I
of the young. Now we learn that the g
films entirely suited for children has been
Children have long enjoyed their
have had their own art and music. It is c
their own moving pictures, for they are a
and few would have the hardihood to att<
The solution of the question has b
lines. There are some tales that above o
young. Almost invariably the first to ari
who follow them is "Jack and the Beanst
for the beginning of this work. It is ge
famous fairy tale in the language, and it
* The youngesamaz~e !
*Carpenter, Vi aLee Co~r
Famous Kidd)i/ Mvie
"JACK AND THE
OPERA HOUSE, Fi
igs an irresistible charm
)ung--First of a Wonder
HE KIDDIE STARS
evitable from the very moment mov
n part of the norma! course of things
iade until this time. The very best
3id before the sincerely critical eyes
rave necessity that has arisen for
own literature, and in recent years
ertainly proper that they should have
mong the chief patrons of the films,
empt to deny them the right to go to
?en found along the most natural
thers have a universal appeal to the
se in the minds of children and those
alk," and this Mr. Fox has chosen
nerally recognized to be the most
lends itself wonderfully to picturi
stars in the world--Francis
bin--in the World's most
eiday, May 24th