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THE SEMI WEEKLY TRIBUNE, NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA.
jji .Sv vi 1 Women managers of the government dormitories for wnr workers In Washington, left to right: Misses Mnry E Rust, Doris Hurcbnrd, Mary Llndsley, Ilnrlenn James nnd OUve Davis. 2 Men of Admiral fcolchak's Siberian army repairing telegraph lines torn down by bolshevik!. II Admiral Sims nnd his nld, Lieutenant Commander William Ed wards, at Yale, where the admiral had been awarded the degree of LL. D. -, I IN A RE-EMPLOYMENT BUREAU FOR FIGHTERS "PRESIDENT" DE VALERA OF IRELAND IN AMERICA A typical scene at the Now York re-employment bureau for soldiers, sailors nnd marines organized at tho request of Col. Arthur Woods, naslstnnt to the secretary of war, and conducted co-ajcratlvely by tho army and navy, the Merchants' Association of Now York and all wur-tlmo welfare organizations. GOBS GET READY TO CELEBRATE FOURTH Gobs boarding tho supcrdrendnnught Now York, one of the mightiest of tho Atlantic lleot, which hnd arrived In New York for the Fourth of July celebration. RAID ON A SCHOOL OF RADICALS WITH HER WAtf ORPHAN Kui "tin De Vnlurn, "president of the Irish republic," Is In the United States carrying on an active propagnndu for "free Inland.' Tho photograph shows him with some of his warm supporters In Now York. Left to right: Dlnrmltl Lynch, l'eti-r Hendrlck, Judgo GofT, Judge Cohalon; Eatnonn De Vnlcrn, John Devoy, Justlco Gurrlgnn, J. D. Moore, Itev. Pu trick O'Donuell. FERGUS FALLS, MINN., DEVASTATED BY A TORNADO Olllcers under dtrectlon of a legislative committee raided tho Hand school, a radical Institution In New York city, opened tho safe and took away a quantity of documents. Miss Verna Snell and Franc Yoons at Ellis Island, N. Y. Fnmc, Is a war orphan, born nt Iluwer, Rofglum. who arrived on tho Rochnnibenu with his adopted mother, Miss Snell, who re turns from active duty abroad for tho Ited Cross. Governmental regulations hold llttl Frnuc a prisoner at Ellis Island while Miss Snell seeks to cut tho tape and keep tho little Relglun here. Franc bad a bitter war ex perience. He waiulered from town to town until the Throe Hundred and Forty-second artillery .adopted him as mascot. When tho outfit left Treves, i-rano was again alone until ho got a homo In the Q. M, department, where Miss Snell met him. When the Gas Gave Out. Living In n smoll town the Innn our automobile was requested for use at a funeral. It so happened that all tho members of tho tamlly who drive were away for tho day and a friend came to tho rescue ana drove It for me. Heine a good housewife. T smv to It that tho car was Immaculately eiean, uui oeing a poor autolst did look at tho Kttsol no kuiidIv. ti... ... ment when the gasoline envn out nmi the car stopped nnd.nlong with It the KJiuiu iiiuk-unmuii lur WHS 01)0 Carried tho ministers and preceded the henrso is too narrowing to recall.- Ex' change. Ruins of business buildings on Union avenue, Fergus Falls, Minn.', destroyed by a tornado that killed hundred persons and wrecked much of the town. several RHODE ISLAND'S SENATOR NOVELTY AT A WEDDING IN ENGLAND Senator LeHnron H. Colt of Hhode Island was u distinguished lawyer und Jurist prior to his election to tho sen ate In 1013. Since that time ho has mndo a place for himself In the na tional legislature In a quiet, unassum ing way. Ue Is a Republican. Unqualified Disapproval. Margaret had lived in tho city nil of her life. Her grandmother lived in n little town out in the country nearby. One day tho grandmother came In to spend tho day with Margaret nnd her mother, and told many things about the peoplo nj,d the little town where she lived. Margaret, becoming In tensely Interested, decided to Hnd out about tho place, so she said: 'drnndmn, Is there a nickel show thero?" "Xo, Murgnrot." "Is thero a 10-cent store?" "Xo, Margaret." "Is thero an Ico-crenni parlor?" And her grandmother replied: "Oh, no, Margaret." This was too much for Margaret, and slto becatno much disgusted, and wild: "Well, good-night on such n place I" Sun Baths Prolong Life. Cleopatra was right when site tool those sun bnths on tho Nile. Speak in? imforo the National society of Tii..r..nnntlcs In convention. L'rof. Ralph Hornsteln of Philadelphia said modem science hns vindicated tho an cient Egyptians and Romans and has proven that sun baths not only bring curative results but promote long llfo. English women Indulge in smoking more openly than do those of America. The photograph shows Cnpt. G. C. Martin and his bride both enjoying the weed ns they left tho church at Stoke I'ogls, where the wedding ceremony was' performed. FRENCH SOLDIERS IN BULGARIAN TOWN French soldiers having their shoes shlnod In Kustondel, a typical Bul garian city. Most of tho children have no shoes, while others have them so badly worn that they aro practically usoless. Their clothes arc literally haug tng from their bodies In rags.