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nnd culverts. 2 General Pershing presenting prizes to winners In the Interallied Bulgurln and his favorite dog. FIRST AMERICAN TROOPS BACK FROM SIBERIA First Amerlcnn troops to return from FRENCH MEMORIAL t 'j'wMhiMf' fcOK7-4Sjj",'Al;.."..c:l'..v' . sirs This Is the beautiful Monument presented by the French colony In Mexico nnd recontly dedicated to French dend In the cemetery at Mexico City. OLD GLORY AT THE Yankee troops carrying the American colors through tho Arch cf Trlum.' In tho Purls victory parade on IJastllo duy. MUCH IN LITTLE Ecuador has a population estimated nt 1,000,000 niid an area of lliO.OQQ square miles. Courses In carpentry and furntturo making hnvo been added by the Co penluigen Technological Institute with u view to making Denmark less de pendent upon Importations. Siberia. They arrived on the transport IN MEXICO CITY ARCH OF TRIUMPH Twonty-six Japanese inorchnntniei were sunk by German submarines. Horore (he year 1850 practical!? overy Hhoomaklng process was a hand procohK. A record of sorvlco that probnbl has few equals Is that of Miss liar rlet P. Houghton, who has been In the employ of n Lynn, Mass.. bank for r0 years. THE SEMI-WEEKLY TRIBUTE, NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA. who hnvo been blowing up bridges games at I'nrls. 3 King Boris ol Thomas at San Francisco. MME. EISHIRO NUIDA Mine, l'ilshlro Nulda, wlfo of the bird secretary of tho Japanese lega loti, Is pleasantly conspicuous at n lumber of Washington's largest social ilTnlrs, In native costume. She Is con sidered one of tho most charming iiembers of the diplomatic set. It Did Have. Three-year-old John had never been irrmltted to eat sodas or sundaes oi my of tho other fancy drinks that are ervcd at soda fountains. He had had 'lust plain Ice cream und that at home Hut the other day grandmother cnmi for n visit and mother broke her ruli and permuted mm to nccompnn ' grandmother to tho corner drug store Grandmother ordered plnln creum foi lohn'and nn Ice-cream soda for her elf. For n little while John was too In erested In his Ice cream to notice anything else. Then he happened tc look at grandmother nnd saw tht glass of soda. Speechless he watched I her, for a little while. Then he broke 'silence with, "Say, grnndinn. I wanl 1 Kotuo Ice cream with a suck to It." AMERICAN American colors Just after passing July 14, anniversary of the fall of the MAKING AN AIR A photograph of the Martin bombing States. Lieut. Col. It. S. Ilnrtz and four vln southern California. WHIPS COMPARING METHODS Senntor Charles Curtis of Kansas, Republican whip, Is demonstrating to I Senator Peter Goclet Gerry of Ithodo , rslnnd, Democratic whip, how ho J keeps the Republicans In line. Ills posture would Indicate that lie uses I forceful arguments, though the smile on Senator Gerry's face gives tho Im pression Unit Senator Curtis methods are not without humor. English Made in Germany. A now guide book made In Germany, but printed In the English language, commends Itself In n foreword as "serviceable to tho Hrltish occupation roops." For their edification It prlnls his explanation of a legend of the Willie, says the Outlook: "Two Christian princes hns taken '.i lirlstlan virgin on a war of plunder und fought after somo time for th possession of the same. A priest pro imsed thnt the virgin should be sacrl (Iced to the dragon living on the moun tain. The virgin was fastened to tin rock, and when the dragon nwoke ie wanted to seize tho snme. Then th virgin presented him the holy cross when tho animal agglomerated In i lump nnd threw ItFolf Into tho Rhine." Not the Warts. Tho famous portrait painter, Mr. John S. Snfgont, It. A., who Is engaged on a picture depleting n group of some thirty principal military lenders, tells an ninuslng story of a millionaire who commissioned a portrait, but did not seem very sntlsfled when he Inspected It , "You hnvo left out one or two most essontlnl features," he romnrked. "nut," said the painter, "I thought you wouldn't care to hnvo tho er warts produced." The millionaire turned purple with rage. "Confound It, sir," he bellowed, ! "I'm talking about the diamond rings and pin not the warts." M mJW izmm i COLORS IN BASTILE DAY PARADE through the Arch of Triumph during the Uustlle. TRIP AROUND THE EDGE OF THE U. S. plnno which left Mlneola. L. I., on men comprise the crew. They will BLINDED HERO OF General Manoury, tho French conqueror of the Ourcq, blinded during the wnr, being led Into tho Hnll of Mirrors In Versailles during tho slgulng of tho treaty, by General Alby, chief of 'staff. AMERICANS AT General Pershing, with other American otllcers, at the tomli of I.ufnyi-tto on July 4, while Captain Tnrdleu, representing the French government, la responding to an address by Ambassador Hugh Wallace. tremendous celebration In Paris on sw ..... . .AVvutiiiV :: -imn a trip around the edge of the United continue to the Paclflc coast and return THE FRENCH ARMY LAFAYETTE'S TOMB r.