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BRAVE 'CANTEEN WORKER
M iss l''rances (;ulle(k is 111o ft Y
. (. .\.' weinn o beo citod for work
withl thle Fir.st 1d1Is Ion)I. ller citatioti
1how 11ha she. contimued to opertt
her vonntoken under4- shell fire and timtl
in, otler ways she distiigit sied her
self with the (iVision0t.
No Room to Complain.
An Irishman was reent ly traveling
in1 a trai accoilied by a mnister
When two very stout old ladies en
tered. 'ITey placed thmselve one on
feach Side if 'atrick anld lie was
imuchi erlshed bet weeni thin. h'lie into
st er, on seehig Pat so jilaced, re
"Ar you qinite comfortable?"
To this qtestion Pat quickly re
"Sure, sorr, 01 haven't much room
A Maid and a Mouse.
A friend of inite went to call on
his best girl. Tie floor was opened by
thle ma11d, wh.Io was (11nite pretty. Just
as ie stepeid inside the door, a mnouse
ran across tie litiil, whereupon the
maid1(1 scremed and tirew her arms
around him. Just then his girl'
m1oth101it eite in fromt tle strOet. UIe
afterward toii me 1thtt for a mutlitlc
hie thocugh!!t hle would dIle withl embuir.
rassmtent. 'ortulnately both tie g!rl and
ber iotlier accted his eXPihaion
Miss itita Ielt and Miss Lauri
Werno, whio entertained and delighited
Lyceum audiences ats miembers of Th(
Killarney Girls comxpany, have beer
engaged by the Redpath Bureau to up
pe-tr together as a new company t(
lie known as the Rich-Werno Enter
A s the Dublin Girls, Miss Itich ant
Mos Werno have just recently touret
(ene of thte big Rledpath Chautauqut
cir( uilts and~ their programs have ev
"ry vhtere bteent mtost cordially received
1-: selecting a name for these enter
tainers it wans at first thought that Ti
Dublin Girls should be0 retatinedl as
title, bitt because their program il
cludes sotngs, stories uand imtperson.
tions of mtany other p~eoples besidi
the ntatives of tihe Emterald Isle, It wt
decided thait tihe company should d
rive Its namie frotm its owtn metmbers
Miss IRich and Miss Werno.
Miss IRita IRich immetdiately whi
the htearts of- her audiences. She
well known for her impersonations<
childrent iand also as an imtpersonat<
of the grown-ups of niany countri(
As a sintger, ini approptriate costumt
of the folk songs of various natloi
she wins enithusiastic commetndatic
Mis's Laura Werno, render, piani
andi siniger, htas tilpeared in iub'
eve(r sinc' sheO wats eightt years1' old
a reader oif dilalect selectionis. Sihe
a clever' plantologist anld her1 charact
songs aiwiays winlu a hearty receptic
1'Te cominjg toge'ther' into one co:
panty Of two suchl enttertainers assuri
to thei r atudiences ai thoroughly
1igh tful pirogramit, a 'programli whli
-:parkles whl bit mil Is etn'ichted WI
Rich.WV rt'o Entertainert
Gray ( ntart-Owings
Scha I a'uditorium
Saturday ! 'tuing, Oct. 25
at 8-3 "Clock.
iS WORD OF REAL WORTH
Norld Would Be Better If There Were
More .Lke This Omaha Busi
An Omaha newspaper man has 'a
motor car, remarks the World oHerald
Df that city. Last spring hie had it
painted. Not long ago the surface be
gan to develop an amazing series of
cracks like the "crow's feet" about an
old mnan's eyes. The man greeted the
cracks with amazement rapidly becon
Ing disgust. Every time he looked at
the car he lost his appetite and his
The other (ay the car was taken to
the paint shop. Its owner was fully
prepared to hear that he had used the
wrong kind 9f polish, that lie had let
the car stand out in the sun, that any
thing al( everything had spoiled the
paint except that the paint itself
was at fault.
Tite pointer looked the car over.
"If you'll bring it in, I'll (1o it over,"
he said. "The varnish must have been
It wits all over in two nitutes. The
nina's falit in human nature .jumped
several hundred per cent. The sky
was clear; the whole world was set in
Here wits a iman1it who didn't dodge
responsibility. who tried no excuse,
who backedl his work with its word
and aide good his word.
Isn't it a pretty good pollcy?
ENDED WITH HONORS EVEN
Rattlesnake and Pet Cat Staged Bat
tle Which Caused Death of
Willimni T.essig gateman at the Erle
railroad c rssihg (ast of aiiapo, N.
J., telI.- a tstory of a hal tie he saw
bet weei it rttilsiike a nd it pet cat.
It ended fatally fiotr both.
Mir. I .essig sow- a rattler about four
feet long going 14awilrd tho river. lie
pi ('kel t1) It (u1p l and was abolit to
start for it when, ie deelares, i cat
leaped oti aliead of him and set upon
The cat got a fine hold on the back
of the rtitler's head. Itit the snake
foiight desperately and got in a sting
whleb caiised the (at to release its
hold and crawl away.
In twenty iminutes the eat's body
wits swollen aliist twice its size and
the poison finally catused denth.
The snake had been so severely
tvoinded it was utable to find cover
and when a crow discovered it lying
in the open field it was too weak to
offer rexsitance and was soon swing
ing in the air as the bird made off
Loves His Melon.
Wiaterielons have been high it
price this season, but "Uncle Joe'
Cannon ias gone right atead eating
them. It is a habit acquired by hin
when lie was a small boy in Norti
Consequently the eighty-three-year
old statesman walts each year for thi
arrival of the waternielon season, ant
juist is soon as the rile ones b-gil t(
arrive Uncle Joe may he seen stickini
a big chunk of- something red into hi
mouth. Sometimes he goes at it "coo
fashion" and plays a solo with his lip:
on a long, red slice, throwing awa
such implements as knives and forki
IUncle Joe can tell when a waler
melon thumps right and knowvs by thi
color and general appearance whethe
-the melon Is sweet and juicy or wa
- pulled too green.
A miserly landlord wvas going roun<
collectitng his rents the other day. A
one house he was greatly interested 11
a little girl who watched open-mnoutll
ed ad open-eyed the business of pa:
tng over the money and accepting th:
He pattedl her on the headl an
started to search his pockets, saying
"I must see what I have got for you.
After .searching his pockets for som
time he at Inst brought out front a ri
mote corner a poopermiint.
As lhe handed it to the girl he said
"And now what will you do wit
The little girl looked at it, then I
ehim, and replied: "WVash it."
a English Women Buying Farms.
Women ini England are btuyintg the
own farums or their myvn Ituck and( ga
d een spaces in irather conspicuotus nu11
Li hers. A nd this is all on outcome<
the tremendous work (lone by wont
on the litnd (duig thte war. The ge
erali feeling is thtat there will not
s much roomt for the coimmton fema
is farm laborer its time advatnces, buit f<
>the woman who has a little money at
y who looks ttpon farming as her pr
s' fession andl tier life work therei' ise
'3, cellentt opporttunity in thtis dlirecti(
i In the fir'st plae, on accountt of 11
a. complact localtIon of the gatrden' spac
t and thle cities in England t rainsport
IC lion of fooidstutffs is ettsy. Th'len gi
is (den truci(k atnd flotwers' (do grow ahu
is datilty and profumsely there, aiid alwa:
er flid ready~ tnarketsi.
i- The Forgetful Parson.
es ilelid Mairshial Siri Itetry WilIsoit te
lo an atmutsinug sitoriy of tan old West col
ch try personm whlo luad to hioldi It wo01
thl ices, on' ini his owin (chutr(h and 11
,in thei chutrchi over the mootr.
Oni irriliig atflthe Iltter church('
i ii;' thle plipi iami sa id lie '
a wfuml y sorry. but he( ihad forgott
to biring it miost iidmiiraible 51erm
th ful 511rs wihhhi I wi ti-i you
.ia('( (if 11m 54riiiwnt Ii'Er- vw ll de
WAR MEMORIAL MADE Fl
L~ e ex'i c4 1. Them i-t 1I- t: i- erected. ini huhI
S. M.&E. H.
Saving in I
Blast in Your Home
nn - u I urantee a avIn of one third In f:el ovcv
prnv Iovmr (tail btvve o!fil th e U size. will, -f'Coal,
ligii or slnal..
2. We 't r s tec Cole's 1<.h t 3lat to us' r hard
C021 i for a 105 -:1 V i ice tli.: any b;.s; iurt.ur
w tade with t ce o ilae -t (r m
3n tle a u rh . day and ni!t (L r.ith
oil( to tw o uo r 'a li eurd :;g wdoor tie. e ule ta Ia the
4. WV e 1e vs aw:Ic t , t i - lof- will ra H firev t
rdI coal or l ahood f, l ckta lu . day (v-Ii 1k.
Colyor in r a t .
5W ei f..irno-4 .1 a unit' .' w 1, . daiy iTO! sit ih
aIt coal t iiaer soal or liito.
C. We cdr;ert. HAT otu antto knilc..
air titl:it ls v o:n ,sN1.
7 O.-&: a I e hL itie1 duor to be 6.J; . .
8 \Vcclw~ gunarantee thco rwzctla-:e- g drafz t ) revent
are o iarantee is ead inilh the undcrrid
Iptit i11,l st le4. 1,v eperaivil T i -ordeo t drtes tauna
and cuaanectud til maill a voui5 fluc.
4No. 16 ~
Tage tre will be on
arMntie aed nior mi
rv~ii1.: ~r tc n Ifo m l n
nrif. U t der like conditiom
Tjire wears the same. 'i
they outrun all standard r
Each Miiller is guarant<
fects in workmanship an<
gardless of the mileage r
Get This Cei
Don't trust to luck wh
mileage certainty. For Mi
long distance mileage in
a few. The famous Mille
Road Tread gives you full
ty over muddy, rutty and
Put a Miller opposite y<
Keep careful record of the
Once you have put Miller
won't buy tires of uncerts
Drive up or call up f
g of Money
.sents the Big
'uel You Can
h Cole's Hot
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u~i. i 3
ow is the mile
your car. You
.eage they give
e want you to
iced. For all
re after tire,
,ed against de
I materials re
en you can get
.ers assure you
211-not luck in
power and safe
>ur favorite tire.
mileage it gives.
-s to the test you
or your pair of
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1.(fheroic deaid ait MonltreaL
rmmmswermwreer im r