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Baa.aBaw s . K 12 mm r"U( ?tt saa, aa aa.aaaaaa jr 16,102J43BSLES 0FC0TT0NIN1914 FfRING TO APPLAUD WAS RECORD CROP Attricin With, Foreign Legion TeUs Thrilling Story of Hazards and f:rnU8fnients at the Front p,.l .HUnj it ih4 mr4 f 'm of arflclu ay JMI Xaster, cot MAiMl AM M to mt' aafaresA: Mm m tntm teUh tkt MffiMi Wwjn' tefcta af taa rrac army. Afltr ftwr Ml df MfMM af mwn m fM frmeAtt Ms reytaiewt m artffaal ..A t&mtl an MUtft mttignnnti', entalHuf a farlatJfR aa Greatest Yield in History of Country, Away Ahead of ; Other Year. M,:Mf,ffMiUt(4 prtpantlen of then article-. y SaSmttaW k fcJSala aBSsaw ai ppn .Atammmmmmmt .mmmml SaatS wmmAfiifi snRP linlo.hAcauM It is so sooth- RA r . . . ... .. lew I Eg: lag wntn-tn- sKin is hot, WAHIlINaTON, March 2fl.-Tho rrcatft cot(6n crop ver product! In tba United titates wm trown In 1ll. Cnu Uurcau tatUtlca iMMd' toidar, lirlnr final ginning figure, officially ptnea th 1914 crop a record with 1,10J,H1 balet of WO pounds each. That la 409,442 equivalent COO pound bale, or 04,721,000 pounds, mor than produced In the groat crop of 1111. la addition to tno groat production of, lint cotton, a record quantity .of llntar cotton, which It extonilvely ud In th manufacture of military esploatvei, wm obtained. Thl cot ton.- deiinua from in eeas at on mill, amount! to IM.7JI.000 pounda and' brought tho total 1914 crop to 1I,MI,I04 equivalent 600-pound bate, or l,44,IO,600 pound. , While the crop una a recora one, the only Mate to make new record In-productlon were Alabama, Loulel- ana ana Oklahoma, -me remaining cottoir growing Bute ail coming cloae to their record production fig ure, t ) attmatea place the value,, i. . . . , of the crop, which thl eeanon .nan. Waff U go avr tkat every Wire wlU e,, jrreatly reduced by the effect of at V704,U00,W, '' mi Mfitr, nWr 0 Hrt, wMer M tmttfMW 4tmtn mm pmn l ie r ; ins nmm im grtet gr rMM lrtiii V Ht tut lgt rMiaM, mi rtweaw giaiWy Mmw tvek itrttHng fgtkUn M w mkh tkt M MM wrjUtm ff iU VnltU Pff$t to ttmd t m mm j (WlfXV flW'fltnHWiM iwnwwn, ay im twr. t'h 't MM JtWr. , - 1 UTIOLI NO. . Mk'XW Mafl). w doe It (eel to live In the treieksfT: 9o MWf!Kl (HO'WIIIMTHJi TNI UNrVCRCAI. FILM MANUI IN4J I1LH 1 4SP. 1 PHILLIPS OPPENHUM ono. una uh a DrwcwK with ft fnritr1r llcf. jlahUlih. Lent AAlMk'l mitt, ilu afnlMi mktdmtAn ABthl rlerai nultr TMortis or tggcPiiK Ceurr. 'vrnj. nnai last u BiwftM T oM, tb Murttavf of fort A IlLTfrVii 4M aw nu. Mgw vy tiff 4Unnn.U ban htn lor IrM B-rtkra4.t.lof pair at htaAt sitkoat ra or podR A Mi in uui aitti, m rroaa Bonr u uif IMlt rtmulnial. Is It. tBl blt duuixada an.1 ik aSblM k hVM hnrnin (Mtiox Ulf laoxter aal hall atM. M iha imfMBor MpUla. U baVU art aTlra.aajd muise.aun and akainoaan wwim fltiaaa. la Oaaat'a rooaaa tha KbHnlloldt dm monda liii'rtilr monaar. wM la : a aaM4 black OQl mih , bow llfar br th kraalaail! was atruggllng lee and hug and feet. tUe wltt kneel GST riwxt. with Um Uu hut. .TaMd rnsunaauia vwa, llorta a rUmd ikuka ob a bandeax is tba not h,ra MaodatKaiV rarap bad baen aacoapllabMl. Oallwrbrr. a wnwm .hand oaoa l Ia tba ratlant Ihronin UUMta tn Ad.ttv.i'tt lwlv Ia found. lbar ami hia rata lorJuru ahaiJaai bw. Had Ma 'IT ia luuna 111 toru. nlota rtraaaa. . Ilaluralaf . in.aa n" 1 rbr Oal. U'Wt bWxra Ma war lo frwdoaa arltb aa anlaalra. rnrtiiaa.M iiauanrra.t ir iioum itui aa a 1 (OnpjrWM. llt. t band ha anka ihJlar t f m10 fM fad out Take m eold, damp wm m u uum of alaoet lorxold ku4, at a 4 K wltt i w Iteet tnm Hm letr teteh a Uhgle of wire, torn an eJectrlol Un'offlclat e H wtfWt4i let U reltajki tx M h. .. ml?' crop, r-iv.VvkaU' .itr . . ' 7Z ... ' ' "" been greatly reauc .S yff W B! I, "awl to the Ule the European war. mr. I III II I ft aaaj waavak aaa ara pm aval. iai aaA laiwi.iki. ..aa a..ai. L r...- v. . '.. " Mna OaTt. I ISIv . .17 Ji t0,, 0f W"'. ye Wihih ew.ni aaa nan n.-k.a a.... ,n i-'aV'. ..A'll , . . . -- uuwa, mil, it you aia mw f nn'ii wyr; p Bvgieeuaf nga i-,, JtraietojVlttow HMr 1C yA w 4 but. If rou It i your duty, for rurd. Watekfil rrei Hteert will tUoorer whether you akootlng.lnto tkt air or whether Ttm are firing with your aim fixed on tan eaeaiy-aV trenchM. and ,arui WALL STREET. Market waa len active In aecond hour. National Lead gAnd 3 and Motor Usuea were active at higher price. Goodrich common advanced JH point and Dethlehem k8tel re aoted to H, closliiT with a riet gain the leading closed H up, tnduatrtal at 44H rtock. Uteet Th Cloatas Haotatlea. mih at chiasm tnm pntlaia cloataaT. Ookt.. Nat I Alaakk IamTODtvar ' Am. Brtt takmr.i., Aak. Uaa fi".is.f UDUO UU.... ft 4- entlnel la sappoaed to ralie kU hoed the day of 2. Market cloed k. . t 1 i.r -mm. . steady, showing small advance in lo see what I going oa ovUtde. Victor Chaj)mn. a Harvard grad ate who was with ma In ths trenches, was' something of a phllqa oksr,t aad ha usd to saV: -t 4agr of kslag shot to very small, the trail of a bullet U very small. the space around you, a compared I !:-9Vy-iiu- with the trtUl of a millet, to aa ona AiTtra SoTT'.'.:'. wild., a. V I AJS LaTtrOClIOUTft. . . . ruiiisii w an: so taa cnanoea of be- aa. vujt ........ Ing bit are In that sama propoL't S 22 But it didn't work out wttk ChafK& tL "&' K man at alt H waa hit U very I'i&ti'tf:: first day' In tM arm. . "LQNaACNat .ajtliasiBm iaa u. liWKrtv'Ua il M. 55.. . rninun ISINOHIO: wv a w aa... , vija v-, ths. tranche are on Undrtrroiinfl JPimSS iMii 105 ty Hied with .unspeakably , dirty, rttlsms. TJi'ey are In a tangle 'of aunkea street, the houses are boles In ths earth,, aad the street, in my district, converged la one plaas, wnicn Americans called "Longacre flauare" Into' a'vrv avnlual trl- 'uil.'t... all .v. .aal.L ..' a-ina.w, nun. aut uibj omuajraj UTOO. There are street algns, too, telling to reach tkls or that officer' bole In the' ground, and now and then taere are danger, signs warning the aaaeer by to keep his bead lowi It waa a two-mlle journey through the tra'el'''frolB' our front to the fear t , a.i 1 il. M.a m rv 1 Hhi.m.l aI J weatd meet aad pas many men. The soldiers always .evesJc to sack other at attCJi aaeetiags nuesa two men boss U Ubm of day oa auobutry road. . . S. . , r ' l.nWUI. I-aVUilO s might be llasaad ta ao- l onurb wat. L L J r- , ttWe to taadUur ttiw way. rekaaoo la the money, and tsM.stere. keaaeaT la the chao Who ol erla.ln time baa more of some" one thing that he want lasa f tho another thsat aa needs, so that every, man Is a steriMW er at one time of aaptner. Do veu want to go to a mualo hall I Therrg iure to be a .certain dug-out ?l.r:v.-. irr. is.:.... uk nsr."?..: inai4r, l:opp .... .'2ft tirvt:: a Km. o. l pf. ji hol Co. a uf. ao Max. Wtrolaua ... H HUBi uoppar cat. Powar Co. ft, ' would be better If you waited In th car until I send out for you." r "You don't think the Jowels hare been stolen again?" pbe gasped. The Inspector made no reply. He had' drawn from hi pocket a Uttlo pais key and was fitting It -Into th lock. The door swung open. I (To Be Continued.) FOR INVKBTON8, Etet advsnced on ITEMS TTIMriM ratlin 4 12 Dlnt to f I. a coin of 1 1-4 points from yesterday' low. Various rumor were nrouroi lortn to account for the rlae, Including estimate of large earning for the year, .but nothing offl mtnt that no dividend would be paid in tne near ruturn on account oc in in tention to put earning back In the plant for Improvement. i I wa time at day oa actraatry Ni. ui ........ es ' na'imtiaaat'toVraetlcaUy tra::!!:': 12 Ue-lwr;otkU uMertToaad olty; IK. Olw?."-. tjMteaafu ft? IP' a- ITattB auu naaaailaanla tOtVl T-iMMlf HIM) lUMB lUr.Cca 5 f Do yeu want to go to a musio.hallf aomawbere In th treacbea where mu sical Oeorge Ullard, a negro from Oalvea ton, xex.. IraaJa gather. In oart tresoh uu. m utiu wow vaatavajaj I slaved wonderfully on a I with aaa atrlajr. aad la our I ad) aut.here waa themusto of mouth organs, an aeeoraion ana ullard'a banlo very nltrtrle - Tho Qerman i trench waa only forty-five feet away mm ua at taia poiat, aaa uwy tnea to listen to, s every ovsnlng and eheer as. ' M - There ar many llttls tasks with which clUaei.iot-tke.' trench towns busy themeelves. You'll see a man cleaning hi lifie: another, will be refioorlng hi hut. with straw, ant other .win t rigging a ootue on a stick for the Hermans to shoot at) two or thres may bo prepar. laar a4uDnf figure for. a Qerman tar. get, another may be marking. til ini tial In the ide ot the 'trench . . an yalaaa Oat W . Gornar... lfl aBi"::.i8 Wi aawa ." 'an tjomotaULf . I s CHAPTER Xi S lOcaUaaad.) ED aAUiAaiODR and his mate were racing almost side by aide toward htm. He rushed up the , narrow stairs Into the signal room, trnrlnjfopen his coat to show his offlr clal badge. , '"Stop, the freight." he shouted -to the operator, "Qulok. I'm Sanford Quost, detectlva sseclol powers from the chief commissioner." The man moved to the signal. Another voice thundered In his ears. He turned pwUHy .round. The Irish, man's red head had appeared at 'the top of the staircase. i "Drop that algnal or I'll blow yoa Into bits," be shouted. The operator hesitated, dased., "Walk toward me," Oallaghei shouted. "Look hero, you guy,, this will show you whether I'm In earnest ornotl" ' . . ' A bullet passed within a few Inohee of tba operator's head. He cam slowly across the room. Below they could hear the roar, of the freight. "This ain't your job," tba Irishman continued savagely. . "We want the cop, and we're going to have him.? guest had stolen, a yard, or two nearer durlrigrthle brUf colloquy. Gallagher's mate from behind shouted out a warning Just a second too late. WHhA,suddsn kick, Quest sent , the revolver flyini 'Across the room and before the Irishman could recover, he struck him full In the face. Notwlth landing hla huge else and strength, aalUgherreeletV The .operaton wjhp had Just begun to realise what was happening, flung himself aoaiiy again, the twp.tbtigs, A. shot from the tank-lea mass 01 struggling whistled Past Quest's legs ns he sprang to the window- which overlooked the tracks i The freight bad already almost passed. Quet steadied himself for -a. supreme enort, crawiea out on to tne little steel bridge 'and poised hlmseir for a moment The last cart was Just beneath. The. gap between it and tho Drevloua one. waa allDolna; br. Ha set his teeth and , 'jumped on to tho month ton. ' 1 n hock benina th tower Red Oal' lagber andJils mate .beat .wltk horrl (led faces over the body of the algnal man." " "What tho hell dlil von want ta nlna- hlm-.fpr.r the lotteMnutUred. "He ain t in.me snow at all. You ve dona us. Red: he's cooked I" Red Gallagher staggered to hi feet Aireaay tne norror ct'the murderei was.ia ni,raceLas a gianoea tur, lively arouna. "I nover meant to dron blm." muttered. "I got mad at seeing Qneit got on. Tnat maa'a a.devll." What are we going to tar ths omer oemanoea noarseir. There's the auto." aHrher iTiont ed. "Come on, come, on, man I I can fix, tno wheel. II we've, got to awlni for thl Job we'll have something 'o our 'own back flrst."- ' Thsy crawled, to the aide of the road. Gallagher's rough, hairy .fingers were sun trcmoiiag, out iney Knew thelr'Job. In a few minutes the wheel nxea. 'Uiumsiiy nut aueoeesruily the groat iriinmaa turned the oar round away from th city, , "She-s a nummer." ne mattered. Til make -her go when we get ths honr of It Bit tight.' - They orove uumsiiy on, gatMrtng peed at every yaro. Behind, in the hadow of the tower, the 'signalman lay dead. Quest, bslf way to New fork, atretonea nat on his atomaeh, CHAPTER XI. 8. KH5tNHOLDT welcomed the IgRpeotor with a beam ing smile as he stepped out of his office and approached , her automobile. "How aloe of you ta be so punctual Mr. French I" she exclaimed, making roarti for him by her side. "WlU you tell the man to drive to Mr. Quest's house In Oeorgla HquaroT" The inspector obeyod and took his place In the luxurious limousine. "How beautifully nunctual wo are!" she continued, glancing at the' clock. "inspector, I am so excited at ino Idea of gottlng my Jewels back. Isn't Mr. Quest a wonderful man?" "He's a clever chap, all right," the Inspector admitted. "All the same, I'm rather sorry ho wasn't able to lay hi hand on the thief." That's your point of view, ot course," Mrs, Rhelnholdt remarked. "I can think of nothing but having my' diamonds back. I feet I 'ought to go and .thank the professor for recommending Mr. Quest." The Inspector made no reply. Mr. Rhelnholdt was suddenly aware that he wn becoming a little tactle. "Of course," she sighed, "It Is dis appointing not to be able to lay your hands upon the thief. That Is where I suppose you nnist find the Interfer ence of an amateur like Mr. Quest a little troublesome sometimes. He gets back the property, which Is what the private. Individual wants, but he doesn't secure the thief, which Is, ot course, the real end of the case from your point of view." I ''Itaf a..aueer affair about these jewels," .the Inspector remarked. ''Quest hasn't told me the whole story yet. Here we ar on the stroke of ttmel'! The car draw up outside Quest's house. The inspector assisted his companion to alight and rang the bell at' the front door. There was a somewhat-prolonged prrtm. He rang gain. "Never, knew.- thto to happen be fore," bo remarked. "That sort of secretary-volet of Mr. Quail's Rosa Brown- I think, ha calls blm Is al ways on the spot." They waited for oifla tithe. Thero was still no answer- .6 1 their summons. Tba la aeote replaced his ear to the key bole. There was not a sound to be heard. Ua draw back, a little ussledi ' At 'that moment hie at tention waa. caught by tba fluttering ot a little ptoc of white ..material caught in the door.' He pulled, It out. It waa a fragment1 or White embroid ery, and On It were eeveral moll tains.- The inspector looked at . thorn and looked at his fingers. His N . Y. COTTON MARKET. , Cotton opened steady, dinning ilgure were ;dlcoanted and market aavanci Market tun nn buying closed quiet r level feature. vanced In first hoar 11 to II point. kdy at Street the higher level with and tedy Wall March ... May .... July . ... nctooer Open. 1.73 s.is 9.12 D.44 Dtcember .9.(1 1.7 J January Market advance. closed High. S.75 t.00 9.1 .61 9.7K III, firm t Low. I.TI 8.IT M0 9.44 S.IV 1.71 to 14 Last 1.78 8.91 9.27 .El 111 point face grtw suddenly grave. Tisjesms i colony. Almost every day there was a wooden tombstone or two to prepare. it was my auty to aecoraio ut lomn. stones with some sort of design, and a ueigion nomea vurmine aiway aia the lettering. You might find us almost any forenoon working away wun red hot poker, burning names and cwrtrMga by fihUs sticking' his empty into tne ewn. . v ... There are artists, too, in this strange SO Years tae World's Perfect r:(.-X.. 'aaa- V ' - aa aam. ' I ajpa r-.v, uver gnu Bowei nesmaior If yon. waart1 in feal-yoaiig and full of aTI'ht iwft jjHid ..ktatp. yottr Liver and rwlngaod eonditipB. NoWf rao'laae, "Q certain AtWyittf ( aa. CafUr'a if modI, old. youog and take tlaaa 'for bUiouineu, Jfifl TtT. ;jgjiet' sranacb , 1, aid "blotchy akia. or so Uttlo CARTER'S UTTL& UVER aHlIai8 SamliBfJ,ttmihi. dAcstlonM on a wooden (drow 'Which mmm. tk JB aiAaaait aaxtSkt aOjl All A skMW VxlaVMakaa 1 1 There were three Americana la my 'maohlaa gan squad of srzten men . Eugene Jacobs, Who still owns i butcher ehop In Towtuoket, R. I. Victor Chapman ot Now York, and .myself, and 'on 'Thanksgiving Day we arrangod' a feast In our hut Jose Ames, an' Argentinian, heard that wd had picked up some stray chicken and had shot a goose and that Jacobs wo oooklng them for some sort or banauet. and he Invited himself, say Isgl , "i know what Thanksgiving Day Is and I'm South American, 1 think I ought to come." The other twelve men In the squad. aian t know wnai inanaioiYing uay was, but iney anew coicaen wnen they smelted it so we Invited them all. The chicken was served la a huge, magnificent old china bowl which we bod found la the Osaierted house of the Mayor ot a moll town nearby. Chapman, who Lnnw. antlnuft when 'he seek them. old the bowl wo at least three' hundred year old and that he wo totng to take It borne with him when ib left the trenches, but one day when we permitted five. Infantrymen of a. newly arrived division to sleep in 'our hut a shell struck the roof. tuka tba bowl sad killed five men. Don't itch! useRcsinol Tba moment that Raamol Omt- ment touches itching akin the kch-, Ing storMi and healing begin. That" (a why doctor have fweeeilbetl it' aucccNfully fortwenty yearfinWraa tho severest coses pf eciema, Hng ' worm, rsshea, awej msny other tor. mentlng-, ififuringf ln 4kcatea. Aided by warm baths with Reelnol Soap, liciitol.Oiiilment msVes a. alclcskin or scalp perfectly .healthy, quickly, easily and at Utile cost JUalwl .totulM aotMag al .0 bank a UrwUa Mtara tU mm ha m4 fraalr Mat M aba tatataata aaaat (rrilatad aarkua., hall tikva'rn tkka a, llhartv. If vnn'll exeuW me," Mr; Rhelnholdt, I think It 'Advt. 'to .he-muttered, "that bee aomf -trouble .here.- I Baak Itcarrva glUOaBVOrSaO. The statement of th actual condition of Clearing House bank and truit romponiMv snow tnat iney noia tl31.5tl.S20 reserve In exces of legal requirements. Thl I an Increase of !9,i59,990 over last week. Dead Ms Waa Jaha Strle. The body of the man found drowned In Htatcn Island Sound yetterday wo of John a a that i Identified to-do: twentv-nve. a 1 tun Street, Jersey City, ,v twenty-five, a labdror, ot No. 141 Nep trloe, ; CASCARETS FOR YOUR BOILS IF HEADACHY SICK II. 1. r' CUSTOMER buying a pair of our child's ''knock about" shoes said the same shoe was advertised elsewhere at a lower price. I am one of' Best's "shoppers," and was told to "shop "it The other shoe a ' 'special' ' was, 25 cents under ours. But the sole was not Goodyear welted ours was. Ours was sewed to stay on the other just one stitch breaking meant the whole sole would rip off. Our sole was water-proof-1! leather-their sole was inter laid with paper to build it up. Miss G. B. "You never pay more at Best's." nfih Arena, Wait Bid, Comer Ida arrest. . Three Notable Interviews in f - - Editorial Sectionr John Dewey, Professor of Philosophy at Columbia UtuV Veralty, on "Making People Citizens.'; " Riecardo Martin, of The Metropolitan Opera Co., "Future of Onera in The United States." Dr. Sudekura, leading Socialist 'Member of The Reichavl tag. "How the War Aids German Socialism." .-"Jt. f '..f.M To-night I Clean your bowels and end Headaches, Colds, Sour Stomach. Get a 10-cent box. Put aside lust once the Salts. Pills. Castor Oil or Purgative' Waters which merely' force a passageway through, the bowels, but do not thoroughly cleanse, freshea and nurifj these drainage or- fans, and have no effect whatever upoa I h livvr and atomaeh. I Keep our "insides" pure ond'freehM with Coscorets, which thoroughly cleanse the tomach.remove the undigested, aeur (oo.and foul gases, take the excess bile from the liver and carry out .of the system all the constipated waste matter antt naisoBS'iB the bowels. A Cascaret to-night will moke you feel great by morning. .They work while you sleep never gripe, sicken, aad cost only I 10 cents a box from your d-ugriiUl Million of man and women take a Cas-1 carat aow and. then and never have Headache, Biliousness, Sever Cold, In digestion. Sour Stomach or. Constipated Bowel. Cascsreta belong in every house- held. Children just love to take tbem-1 Five "Loveliest Women" in United States Scq Their Prize Winning Photographs in the "Magazine." and "Pictorial Review Section To-Morrow. i , . , , u . , , , ,,. - ' yin Meprbpolitan Section: "Reducing" Artist Frueh I& Funnier Than- Ever in This Picture of New York. Life. They're Putting Time Clocks in City Apart ments!- And What Do You Think of .That?1 The Flower Show as Seen by Artist Roth. t I w.'fa a 'a ?nnnfir lllpaninor n Pnrlar StatiinrvaWaltwrJ aaaaVfikkVa Q WWUllIBj fT " J - WS Scott, Burns, Webster and the Rest. .Masquerade Night ri Nevyt York., Suca 1 " Cr5wfj in Gay' Costumes! ' .'" ' : ml "Pilciorial Weekly Review of Events' ' r 1 Separate 8-Page Supplement Printed On Tinted Paper Showing Photographic Views of Great Human Interact. In the Illustrated Magazine: Two Xovrng -Hearts' That Caused a .Wholft.' " .Ton to. Be Vaccinated. A' $&;0.Q0,Q00 Art Palace for ''Tragonarris?f;' Remarkaljle Call in a Breeches Buoy on 'an , Errand of Mercy. ... -s Frank James, Bandit, as He Saw Himself. Strange Story of a Red Cross Stowaway. ' The Unsolved Mystery of Rugglels, 3bljJ. '1 Triumphant Florists Exhibit Their w aa r,,.ijuw " Au;osv MnuvnuunBi la Double Page Feature Strikingly IUuetrated in Coleira. Another Inimitable "Bill, the Office BoyM Story by Paul West.' ' ' k Fun M The a I t ' t mat JOIN THE "HELP YOUR NEIGHBOR" MOVEMENT Great phlUnthropists, agree that better-ihan giving money Is : to help needy persons to .help themselves. So, if you know some one who Is out of employment, needs a competent worker, seeks a more suitable home,' mourns a lost article, wants capital for Investment, Is on the lookout for bar gains, &cf ' ' HAND THEM-A COPY OF THE MORNING OR . ' SUNDAY WOtiD, WHICH ALWAYS CON TAINS MORE WANTILLING ADVERTISE MENTS THAN ANY OTHER NEWSPAPER IN THE UNITED STATES. Great Weekly Joke Book Drives Dull Care Away; "Funnyside" The Comic Section That Features the Drawings of "Dkka, Originator of "The Katzenjammer Kids;" Gene Carr'a "Lady Bountiful." Gus Mager'g "Hawkghaw the Detective," ."Tha Newlyweds' tc. t 1-i .' fc 1 1 i "C" "tr ' i ' i ",i '1 "AU Sorts of Pups" A Chajrle Dana Gibson Drawing Ready for Framing., IN THE BIG To-Mo Ml r,Ti 1.1 We left the atea aad bowl burled tan iaa,asT'amaw .