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i TUT' NOT?TTT PLATTE SKMNWEUKLY TRIBUNE. TROOPS RAID SINN FEIN PRINTING OFFICE IN DUBLIN British soldiers mni Dublin policemen raided a printing olllcc In Dublin where Sinn Fern incraturo was printed. Quantities of literature, ready for distribution, were seized. BOYS CARRY ROOSEVELT MEMORIAL FLAG Thu Uoosevclt memorial flag at the Troy high school on Its way from Buffalo to Oyster Hay. It Is being carried by schoolboys of New York state, nnd when It started It had one star, sewn on by schoolgirls In the room when Colo nel Roosevelt took the oath of olllce as president In lluffalo. A star Is being sewn on In each city where the flag stopa INTERALLIED INDUSTRIAL MISSION ARRIVES i 1 j fii ' Uroupol from allied uuuonl, here"as aii iiidustriatom to aur ami study econoiulc and labor cod f"tl0nS t,le UnltCl Stntes" ln ",0 fi105 i-rnuiiUo Quurtlerl (Italy), Eugene Schneider (''steel king" of France) ' jmSBBfm sift of a FR" BRITISH FLYERS END A LONG TRIP Wounded soldiers from the Siberian front being taken oil the U. S. transport Thomas upon arrival lu Sun Frun- jffy ' tSKSUfto Cisco. They wcro taken to Lettcrtnan general hospital at thu I'resldlo. 1 'M1 imKKm BPiB Mgr. .lohn P. Chldwlek, chaplain of Uie U. S. S. Maine when It was blown on In Havana harbor, celebrating the first Held muss of tho Slaten Island chapter of the Knights of Columbus at New Brighton, S. I., In memory of the soldiers, Eullora uud marines who died In the Spanish-American nud world wars. BOOKMEN'S STRIKE DIDN'T DISMAY THEM Mm Manuel., Uoverus Is a ihurm lag and Interesting member of tlu family of Ainhussador I.e Breton ol Argentlnn In Washington. She Is a nleco of Senora I.e Breton. Good for a Rainy Day. It is announced thnt trenstiry sav ings certificates In denominations of $100 will soon he obtainable. It should be announced that never were reasons for Investing In them more urgent than they are now. Hvery sale will help to substitute n sense of security for the "spirit of un rest." It cannot be otherwise. The greater the number of certifi cates sold, the greater the assurance that sheet anchors will not drag. They are a policy of Insuranco against almost any strain to which our "Institutions" may be subjected. Besides, they are handy things to have around. They arc as serviceable as umbrellas on u rainy day, Brook lyn liaglo. Adm.iul Mark Keer (left) and his pilot, Major Urnckle.v of the British air service, who recently landed at Mlneola In their giant Ilandley-Puge plane after u trip from Nova Scotia that was delayed by many accipenis. fHES,nor, U. S. TAKES OVER BIG CANAL WITH CEREMONY Bear Admiral Albert Gleaves, tne nr.M American warship to escort our trans- ports to France. Was In a Hurry. i.,mnx umis the three-year-old son of a prominent minister In Bangor and consequently It was only fitting and (i,..f ho utimihl form the habit ' f to church early In life, but Ul frv'-"T .I..... tw.fi: he was no dHTercni irom uum . and hence couldn't understand why ..iu fnther had to preach so long each - . . i .. Sunday morning, nn.. so ne soon to get restless long before the service was concluded. One Sunday his mother tried to quiet nun anu ihBk"... ..... " -., . his father said the Until "amen" they would go home. Imagine ,L snrnrlse of that stern parent and " ..erecntlon when In the midst of an emphatic pause In the sermon Tunics called form, - oay "". and let's go nome. Ulorlu and Thelina Morgan, daugliter.s of Consul Ucuernl Morgan, who represents American Interests In Brussels, "smashing" their own bnggugo on lite pier al HoboUen after debarking from the steamship Itochambeau, The (jlrlK, wiUi iwwihcr winter. CoiihucIo, uro huro to attend school. They did not iwmu tliVu tihv of dock workers to deprive them of their trunks. Industry's Heavy Toll. It Is hard for tho public to call up a picture of a wur-dlsahled man with out seeing an empty sleeve or a woml en leg. During the war only 2 pur cent of tho disabilities' were due to loss of limbs. In Industry every year 'iO.OOO llmhs are lost. This is six times the number of amputations unong American soldiers In tho year of war. From tho Vocational Sum-maiy. Victory Dlbtc. Victory l to bo celebrnted in the uhiisiip wor,1 ,)y " iwh lim,on 1 ,, Bible. The Issue will have nny on Interesting point. There will ml column of references spe- niiill v designed to commemorate Peace. . . nEtfH of hnnd-nuulo pnper upon .1. Hampton .Moore, president of the internal Waterway association. Phila delphia congressman and Republican nominee for mayor of Philadelphia, speaking during thu ceremony at Delaware City, Del., with which tuo States took over the Chesapeake anil Delawnre canal. c may be recorded a family roll . L.. n.iil ii like record for friends. 31 '..,i....,u. once In khaki. Printed a Clnrcndon type, tho volume will ' rmin the ttress which hears that ong-fatned name; ami a smaller series , ,nB card were en er nr tho work will be Issued at the wane km,,ry account of the nut o tin e with other Victorious Peace J ..sentatlvcs and paid I ftkB. I the contingent iu.,u, SCRAPS In a period of one year 714 packs of vine cards were cnit.-n.-ii for OUt of Tho science of bell casting lias been practiced In ono English foundry for nearly 350 years. Under favorable conditions tho steel mills of tho United States are capa ble of an aggregate production of ), 000,000 gross tons a year.