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THE 8EMI.VEEKLY THIBUNB, NORTH PLATTE. NMIHAWOB.
v1 a lCltccrnil Canadians returning to their billets nftcr their tour of duty tit tho Sommo front. 12 UuHlnknble lifeboat for the U. H. navy being tested by tilling It with water; they nro being built In Immense, numbers. 3 Sen tries guurdlng American field headquarters In tho battlo region of France. GERMAN PRISONERS TAKEN IN A NIGHT RAID FRENCH BUILDING THIRD LINE OF DEFENSE French farsightedness und preparedness are clearly depleted In this photograph. Despite tho fact that thoy aro holding the enemy nt bay In tho Sommo district, they aro fully cognizant of tho danger should tho Ilun break tho line. Engineers behind tho lines aro busy building now trendies and making them ready for the third lino of defense. The photograph shows German prisoners, captured during a night raid, on their way to enter the Canndlan light i railroad trucksi POPULAR HOSTESS RETURNS SOLDIERS OF WOMAN'S LAND ARMY CANADIAN LOADING TRENCH MORTAR MEDITERRANEAN COMMANDER Hero Is u Canadian on tho west front loading a trench mortnr with tho big projectile that will carry death to the Huns not far away. JEWISH GIRLS GOING TO PALESTINE Mrs. Wellington Koo, wife of tho Chinese minister, who has been on a visit of sovcrul months to her homo in China, hna returned to Washing ton. Mrs. Koo entertains extensively and Is one of the most popular host esses In diplomatic circles. Hear Admiral Albert T, Nlblack Is in charge of United States warships operating in Mediterranean waters, he navy department has announced.1 Tho comforts and pleasures of social life have been foregone by many) patriotic girls who nro now busy tilling tho soli to ralso bountiful crops fori Uncle Sam. These two farmerettes riding their tenma back to tho barnj after a strenuous day's work In the fields nro members of the New Jersey) division of tho Woman's Land Army of America. NEW MACHINE FOR ROLLING BANDAGES Soldiers Ask No Sympathy. Hero Is an expression of the sto icism and tho philosophy of a soldier i printed In extracts from his lettora vindicate Mark Twain's Democracy. When Mark Twain published his "A Connecticut Ynnkeo at King Arthur's Court." ho made a laughing stock of evil Institutions, and of tho deluded mortnls who uphold them. Ho put him-1 jj solf on record In a way unit reany ?; did not need the evonts of today to In tho Atlantic Monthly; wnu i wurry iumhii my privntloiis which mostly thero ain't nonH., Such :ih they are, thoy nro necessary lind uiiiiYimiiiuiu i nun, nuuvu an, we aro lilted for them. You can't well sym Thero Is plenty good enough ma-! torlnl for a. republic," ho said, "In the most degraded pooplo that ovor ox-, Istcd even In tho Itusatnns plenty of manhood In thum oven In tho Ger- mans, If ono could but forco It out of pnthlso with a man who Is doing tho. Its timid and suspicious privacy, to j thing he has louged for and trained jvorthrow and trample In the mud any . inr all ins lire. llelIen, physical prl-, throne that was ovor sot up and nny Tho girls In this group are soon going to Palestine to servo as nurses with tho British forcos that are wresting tho Holy Lnnd from tho Turk. They will Iro attached to tho Jewish battalions that are now being recruited In tho ,1711110(1 States, and Instead of tho usual Hcd Cross omblom will wear tho traditional Hebrew six-pointed Star of David on their cups. The girls pic tured lnr? are but the first of many from all over tho United States who will . ;mmi''hI iov service In Palestine, vntlons are nothing; It Is tho mental ones that hurt. A soldier In tho trenches, with little to eat and nothing but a holo to sloop In, can feel happy nil tho stuuo particularly If fe hns something In prospect for him if lie' nobility that ever supported it." Submarine Without Periscope. A German submarine without a perl- ' icopo carries on Its observations b l.itiuna nt- nltlinr Klfln nml lives. Hut n man i out of work nt; ,hor ,CUS03 and mirrors properly ar- , imio. sleeping In the park and pvn-, mnKe,i Tno m,bmarluo thus equipped UllUllllIlg llr JIWMI, IB mUCIl more to hm I ,.i.n..,..l ,.. In'nl nnnrnr tli Hnpfiiro i ...,. ... in.,,. I,,.... wirru l.v n.r.imu nt n iii a ihikI hi.. i-ii'intlv l .vi.i.ti .1 l.v Hp. pltlou, tnoufcii u s immedlUo hardship? Jmu ts necessary In tho easo of the , jjm KHiot. The mn. lunc folds, cuts and rolls bandages ;n. 1 in t , 1'JO mil? be no greater. I ... . ....i.,i ,, ..., intn iinvsKini' tn vi umntM 1' r tw sew wb Mrs. John Ames tun! Mi. John Mur.ul. both of Huston, arc shewn In this