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THE SEMI-WEEKLY TRIBUNE, NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA.
I ISADORA DUNCAN'S HOME NEAR PARIS NOW A HOSPITAL jOne of the picturesque bridges over tho Vesio wlilc li tli" retreating Huns destroyed. 1! Little Serbian refugees who arrived In London and were Kent to country homes. 8 First photograph showing the retreat of the Itulgnriuus heforo their surrender. CLOQUET, MINN., DESTROYED BY GREAT FOREST FIRES 'iK&VctUrn NoyfpPr Union. The magnificent homo of Isadora Dunean. the dancer, ai lt llevuo, near Purls, wan recently taken over by the Amer ican lied Cross and converted into a 500-bcd hospital for American gas patients. Tho photograph shows the roof of the building, used for tho convalescent soldiers, some of whom are seen. SUFFRAGETTE INVASION OF THE SENATE FOILED AH that wns left of the town of C'loqtiet after It had been swept by the forest fires that devastated a large sec tion of northeastern Minnesotu, killing 1,000 persons middling $100,000,000 dnmage. KING GEORGE VISITS FORESTRY WORKERS HERE'S CURE FOR KULTUR 1 ttnnnor bearers lif the Natlouiu AVomau's party, led by Miss Alice Paul, planned to Invade the senate, but Just as they stepped into tho capltol grounds tho capltol police took their banners and arrested the bearers. There was a policeman for each marcher, and this picture, with the senate office building in the background, shows the start of the melee. The boys In the foreground are senate pages. , driver of women's legion i STEADY STREAM OF YANKS GOES OVERSEAS In order to set the work done by llrltlsh forestry workcrn on tho western front King ucorge took a trip through a Kronen rorest. no is snown con Krntulating a lumberman on his expert work In felling a tree. ' WATCHING THEIR GUNS HAMMER THE HUNS The Women's Legion motor drivers are now attached to the Canadian For estry corps working In Windsor Pnrk, Knglnnd, where they have their own log hut quarters built by the forestry men, and each tnkes care of her car, making necessary repairs in person. They have their own garage, where they take very good care of their cars, cleaning them dally. Photograph above show's one of the drivers carry ing a spare tire. This Nrlilbh olllelal photograph gives an Men of the magnitude of the shells used In tho treatment and cure of Oer- I man militarism and kultur. I t Australian Pioneers Honored. statuary group lu the main en trance of Australia house. In London. which wns ononed bv Klnir George re cently, Is a memorlnl to the pioneer ex plorers of the southern continent, u Recelot In Full. represents Inirke and Wilis, who, in A littln enlsode Unit oeeuriiwi wiw.n 1801. with two companions, surveyed 1 was about to leave the Selrln iCunn tho desert from Melbourne to the Gulf hotel at Tan it Kami fzii. Jimim. khvh of Carpentaria. Only one ot tne loin Mr. Joseph I. C, Clark In Japan at returned, ino inner miixuihiumk riist HmiuI. iiimiMeii im oromiv t one nfter iiiiother to the hnrdshlps of hiul "ilmioil" ii i'l.rv imit ' the Journey back. Hurler- died In the Tl'teso American troops have Just landed In n British port on their way to :he western front. The peace palaver of the Huns has caused no cessation of the stream of Yankee lighters sent ncross the Atlantic. SHELL FROM HUN NAVAL GUN EXPLODING maid, and was not surprised to sco her standing with the others to bow us out with smiles and good wishes, "Sal yo nn ra. Suddenly, as ono who hud forgot ten something Important, HttU Miss Plum Pudding rushed over to me, thrust a paper Into my hand, and backed oft, bowing and smiling. I fear I blushed as I put the paper into my pocket. Litter, on the train, I desert, lying with his face to the sky. Wills, the expedition's astronomer, u whose memory an obelisk has been raised In his native town of Totne-7, wrote In his diary Just before he died : l'liough starving on ytirdoo seed Is not unpleasant, 1 would prefer a little su gar mixed with It. The Word "Nlooer." Irvln Cobb, who Is a southerner, has asked my lenrned friend, Uycdn, to, Reen the negro troops abroad, and ex translate its ideographs ror me. Ho, 1 pressed the view that the old olTensie rend It aloud, solemnly : , designation ot "nigger" will disappear "Uoeolved tip, one dollar." from popular use. as a couoquiai term "nigger" may not entirely disappear, even though It should cease to Imply contempt. And even now "nigger' is not always a contemptuous term, hut Is frequently used good-humorcdly by whlto peoplo and negroes uiemseives. Trench and Canudlan olllcers, on a tour of Inspection at tho front, taking . ver behind a captured Gorman ammunition wagon as tho heavy gnus opeu u bombardment of the enemy linos but u few yards dlstaut. Truth About Premonition. "Once In a whllo an error turns out to ho tho truth," said the editor. "How Is that?" asked tho caller. "Wliv" renl iil tlin ixlltni. l ....it.. Iif nhnilt tlin llonth nt Mi-a 1( i Mnronvor. there Is Often lOKS slgnlfi I rnfovrpil tn Mr. Hnnnili.r tL '.i ' enneo In tllO cholCO Of Words than In reaved widower.' but tho compositor the spirit that Is put Into them. People ninili It 'the rnllevoit will rv.,r it who are most sarcastic and Icily cnl- got Into thu paper that way. mid ton or l't"r?u nro oftcl1 irofwl to Kounder never oven called up to de- prosorve uu ui ,......- ... maud a correction." 1 gtiage.--pniiKi- -.hi.v. (lermany, lu her dire need for heavy guns, has taken iho larger and moro powerful guns from her ships and placed them behind the lines. Here Is shown n shell from ono of the Gorman naval guns exploding behind tho French lines.