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. 4- HOME PAGE Monday, June 10, 1913 ffl;::vyV.;'V'W''';. ft. v TiiiBiirrrfifri IM ... -mm .in n .... .rw-jr,,,.,, .... - .r . , n ., xr . ,-t ,-, M , t , , .4 3- -rnmmxmi. arfOm-..GBE3& K?23 fJER BB ,'''V . . '':..(,. h 'y-yi"'yy;:: . -j eDidn'tKnow Thatta War Was On Until an Old Newspaper Fell Into His Hands (Oorjrlfht, HcClure Nfwjjupw fjjodlcttt.) CHAPTER I. TK American, h-rn In tho city of Duluth. I Inherited a love of advin- L fl H , i i i ... ii.i. i I .. ...V. 1 1 t? Y. ... - 1 A e hvh luro which nauncu iinuit swu"b' wiijiv i wua juuiiki t hcii !F I of ten year old, I rnn away from home and started out to aeo ths Great Northwest and muko my own way In the world. And since that time ttio greater part of my schooling has been In the Unlvenilty of Hard Knocks A great many of my companions woro men made famous by Jack London In his works; indeed, Jack himself was a pond friend of mine, having done mo many a good turn: In fact, ho onco saved my life. On leaving home, 1 was attracted by the woods and took up lumbering. Hut after an accident In a sawmill, I hail to glvo It up. Then I -crossed thr border Into Canada and from that time on I took up nnyth'lng and everything. I went Into mining, thin 1 went Into tho automobile same. Then I tried railroad construction work, cow punching, sheep raising, and when wor broko out I was up In the foothills of the ltocklcs drilling for oil. It will stem Incredible when t say that tho Hattle of the Marno and tho first Hattle. of Yprcs were matters ol history beforo 1 knew that them was a war and that the greater part of tho clvlllred world was arrayed against Germany and German militarism. In " October. 19U, I started from the ptalnj cautious, however, and boforo stait- for a short visit to Canary. On my mg tor no rtcruiimg p oco . . . . . i . n IJ II 1L II ir in UliU I UU 1 1 1 1 way i naa 10 caten a irain ai U..OI... th(j (ormamlC!l that W0Ud n!lvo been lookln for. I had hoped to stay koi, wiuto i Boutin a iira hiih.ii t0 k0 KOrU! tnrousii. I no oniy auvico (n tne mobllo army ana eh iuim ras wraDncd tin n a nawsnaper. ho eou d e ve wus that If wo uian i ilrrlitinir n the line, reopie nan a up a friend and had lilm cxpluln to ,,. ! rnrmullltoa (hf would haVU k which to b(J KOni! throufjli. Tho only advice n 'the wiiimnnr. hn miM flvri U'ii that If we didn't llirhtin Butchers and customers In that conn- hurry up. It might bo all over ; hcf-'M kllCk of remernbcrlng : that I knew a ft try were not part.cu.ar In tho matter w.. ,fd" two hours 1 was a m-m- C.mada' such "men wnre" rare. let hjTsleno. I saved tho paper to fan. u,r of lho ,0lh Canadian Infantry Uut I didn't drive tho lorry very tor I had been awny from nil settle- Uatlallon. long, being sot to work to In tlato Lxnents for some we.-ks n,id had heard While tho call Issued hod been for recruit Into 'fourn r R :ht and left. Lining of the wr. fbe headline, .h Jjundrod most, .'sections and half-sect. ns. and the ioiuno iiiu " ' leered, so that I thought myseii iuck- wo spent some umo in a camp v s IT T 'Tir gr " - LEAVE FOR THE FRONT TO-DAY H7777 THIS AMERICAN SOLDIER WIIO WAS AFRAID THE FIGHT WOULD BE OVER BEFORE HE COULD GET THERE OUT THEY SAVED A SHARE FOR HIM, AND HE SOON CLAIMED IT Read How He Beat the Boche in the Clouds ductor came up for anothfr fare. I wanted to know where I'lcadllly Cir cus was. "Why, man, this h Hyde Park Cor ner," be replied. "We went through tho Circus about five minutes ao." Having fifteen minutes the best of the first lap, there was nothing to do but get oiT that 'bus and think It ovo for a while. It seemed a l.ttle htrange that I should bo constantly going through the Circus and not Upon my return to the camp I found that 1 had been transferred to a mechanical base to drive a mobile , workshop. This detail gave ma a good opportunity to see much of rural L'nirla-irt and Its beautiful y scenery. The fine old trees especially Interested me, aji did the lovely old-T, fashioned houses, tho fine lawns and well-kept orchards: rlso tho bop ncins. was mado a Sergeant In a mechan ical transport suction and sont to Toronto, Ontario, to train with the 2d Division, This transfer was not wnai i naa A little later I was one of those seeing anyining or it I decided to picnri io go io i rnnce in c arnu tor y try a taxi, to the drher of which I Ihe mechanical serlce. Little by1 7 gave particular Instruction to takn little 1 was moving up closer to the" mo to I'lcadllly Circus and drop me front. Thero was a possibility ofT off In the middle of It. The man running Into a submarine or "Una. sinned nnd clrovo off In about threa fish," a-s the hoys called them, while ntlnlit Iia timn.Ml ami am.iih ttm rmsnlllir ths Knrllnli Phnnnnl. (hntlrh what handicapped in helping me for Jor for m to ret out I looked t was known that thov were not outJ the reason that I had torgottcn the around for u circus but aw none. In full force Just then. V e landexl nsmo of the hotel where I was stop- Tfce only thing that rami it all near In France after an uneventful Jour-, Ping. There was nothing to do after reminding me of a show nere some ney, and in a tittle French estamlne.tw. that but to hire a taxi and spin Mower girls near a fountain Under we drank our nrst Kronen wine. Udld" around until I had located the place, tr1 circumstances It seemed best to not tnste good to mc; tn fact It waa sonic haxy notion as to Us locality tnk the tnxl driver Into my conll- '"Ur. I noticed, however, that thera. iinini. mi in mu min.i i'h t.ixl clmco. After tniicli exnl.inni tim em were many good looking irlrls about hadn't gone morn than thirty yards my part, whloh afforded not s little tlfp place and they made a much bot-i when I saw the house for which I atirisetncnt to tho chnulTeur, I Irariml ter Impression upon me than the"' i . - l -. I. , ...U.inl., Ih.i Ih&l I ! i- n 1 1 1 1 U PImh. i. . . R'lnn 4 -WHEN I HEARD SHELLS SCREAM FOR THE FIRST TIME. IT OAVE Q h" Vnd ther I learnVd W, circuit' pl.e'; into hlch lead tin the same afternoon I mado ttt" ME A PECULIAR SENSATION. 'OH, YOU'LL GET U8ED TO THIS, th, ,he tRXi urver knew m ven thoroughfares from the several acquaintance of Ihe French rnll- it REMARKED AN OLD'TIMER." how to charge, dirts of the city roads, the passenier cars of which Ji lut further adventures wore -o The oro elowlnu. and tho old grudges At about 1 o'clock In tho morning come, a nay or two arier my nrnv u 0-i constant travelling I had done ' just as runny ami iitiie aa mo..; the buses had given mc .1 verv f "r lingnsn lines, we jrayeiiea lAArnn. an inm l liiuiikiil uu.n u HLiviih ouhiw vina-j - . ,r ., un.nA.t .ihtinA.i nn.i mniin a in rnwn i rnn rni 1 wnmn iihp in w irnon .inrifiiirA nni i nr.ia ... i 111 n rikiii uimi iu i , nmi: taken It noon herself to decide : , ,, ,m,i,,i. .h fc,nres of Lake Ontario, whtro were torgottcn 1 no proparauois .or " "'"i; """ . a iV. r ,7- 1 itnl.nv r. ,. L.i ,L ii... .... 'J Ise rnoiiirh to csrrv. as stated bv aX f Se, ..cation, of the duy by .ho or,L " Th 0,' " ch"re ?,1 unlformB ere l.nal.y Issue,) I tc , us .lu"'"'?, wives mothers been mmle ready for Z The're w. for "direction, and I remember hU Tim happV ,;d' 'to 'b Zi of uK -Onboard on the -Ides of the c'ar. .fe I little thought when I tlrst viw racks knew mo qulto well. o a so The funny l . ' 'v anJ sweo? hclrta iiri rt. me7w!r" were given blankets ond a cup of hot making this romark: ,. .uitra-raaUlonnhl tea parlors The fW mn or eight horses-forty r.h.. h.iiine from th.it time on ""!W of m' familiarity wU mr", "' tun regulation breeches ha 1 . sucomcans. ana mo men wore JnJ then we turned In and soon "This 'bus goes right through It." 'ph. was fairly well packed at the I'omme,, 0u eight chev.ux. f those headlines from th-it time on , nnd for lhul relll)0tl caud qu,.,:r 00k about them; I fi t that rcaiy. dox,nrtro the everybody was fast asleep, the rail- Thinking that the pmnlbua was 1 t!m. but I managed to tlml a placo In this manner we got to a ralt-2 .my fate would be In the hands of , b, tr.i.isf..rr.-d to a 'nanlcil my frlonds cU homo, had thc founds wer "packed " h t. road trip and tho march tiAvIng mado "Circus S,-cll." I started on my ride ftt ,aWo I notkod that everybody ""! jvbere wo were met by an nng-. tJ f destiny and that t ,o breaking of log transport section. I cannot say that Bee mo In this fot-up. w-oul d havo mi grounas wtra pac.K nJ ro' Us a weary crow. Indeed. Next morn- without bothering much about my was s.pplng tea and eating cakes, h it 1 spr"nt M,,,.0hr1nl ,r?. t. .. . .1.1- ....... ...1 ... trnviiu- That Joti liiiil me etam ncd as to my sanity. ":"u, wlu. lu "t' . .... . , t..,i ,ii,.iinn Inn Tlmrn ntii-hi in km .10 .ht ,k. ... ..., t ... csmn which as about six miles b-'S f. lams on the 1- ve Mllns liapius in inn iiim iw"' ."" ; . .,,. ",.r, i :" ".i,.. n..fl gnoauy; ln lno cn8c or ma,ny lt was 10 jv. uii-. u iuuiiu mm o --;.r -"V " .C "" " " 1 ' iiV .v.. . , , ... ,.u seemed a l it e too mnin. w mr rmum . v. ;v ' 7 be a bit fnrmvrii come to Knglanri for no other pur- iroumo nnuing wuon 1 wa ui mc moving tor rnu waiter wanted .o '"''' "" . , . . M Mlsslsslpp.. erviro with a Hherlff s ufonsht that my Jays In the ,y the Idle rich In the Northwest. farettt"' poso than to contlnuo the dull drilling c.rcua. After a ride of about half an know whether I had come to take M' lorry belonged to a column Uiu" fposso cnnsini.; raiim l0nn or danger worn over men ui - rrw a nnnn it -nal wc "an len orr in i:anana. Tnis u wm. i" woicn 1 n-purn mai a sinia V S. V C.l. , ahootui.s in tho barrooms of cow thcro. Lat.-r. how..vor, 1 was to find Mime headway, howovcr. We carne 1 to CHAPTER II. was disappointing, but wo woro sot to "''' for another fare. about the .lie of a barn door, il.mu rnl he id to the front. The first himr,, anootupa 111 u"' ,,,.. ,,. ihit this was a very pnimaturc understand the different bugle calls, .. . .,..ted w-ork to eet over It Sy. "n't t near time we got t.i raru and s,'rvel with fried onions M we had lastM three day. Trw towns where half he arl"P p"l.Ay when trench nnd we learned how to handle the mvttentlnnn mir aVrtviiMn The Rrltlsh cap tal was known to Pladilly Clrc.ist" I said. ouldult me'inuch l"i ?ter The mans Hermans were fretting busy on tho .r. uitio.i wou d a II bo like pink cuntiuim 11, , .nv..rn. other r M. and bayonet and how to shoot. M niy nttcntlon on our arrival in . ,hv ' ,,. , "Wbv. vou went through thero i iirnmmi -m.i mmfvnn. nil ent. On arriving at the advanM. .. nn.iiii.ipf.i with what lay before .i,. ,,., m iln mv daily lot t mn on tiiu western front of the r managed to get ray pal. The Wo wcro now told that our training would bo completed In England, l.'ieli iriiM.'.riirrft Willi uiu. 'n . --- --- ---- - will, ftinlr oftrnnnrtmnntu rtlrl k irraf ivn r ,n,t " inui nr ii innncnt tniii tnc war lb. , , Okotokos for thn helped bot l or ' t would surely end bofore o got there, press mo favorably, but I 'Lft... of havlnc a couple of days X,.,n., had bee, subjected. The As week after week ; paastl away th, ulto comfortable for all r-.V. " .,... f,i,-,t V . inlhtlni we were sent in l "" were so packed mat somo o l m 0 " I " ..... y;f. column to Vnlcartler. re.mei more romoie. ... , , i it.. , -,t . in unMd 111 A lilf' " va --------- ... ! linn fl v mM rnfiAtl'lin rtf- - - luy in wiu J.H...-1. ... . iii,ri.forth. "lours rigni . -."v ""'"'' V.r" L"': hn. llitln Kn-IUh . j i n... 11 v 4..v . 1.. . m ,vAr rters 10 rei roauy io entrain. 1 ncro .....v. l.aoon lounu inji.ii. u - ,,,. ..fnurs etl" got u" r. - . U' i..-.r- ...i ,.a . m.hi ann . Vldch ltht. 'to Calgarv. wlu-ie I llcured on having wnH ln f0. a lew days wlUl frl-mis wiiom 1 nau -,.v..im...h - -,n,mnry , not seen in n long time. 1 had como gavo "VJ;; 0'nn,er,h .n... r. ,, I'ninn. tnaklnir ' . , n ihl when they on the camp ground Mverpool was the funny llttlo more Important Places, such n West- about twenty minutes ago," ho re- K,m to smile. ! was Informed that dump the place where the gnrw Kngllsh trains. Tho coaches minster Abbey, the Tower and St. Piled. "You are out at Clapham Com- this was a tea room and not 11 rcstnti- Umbers get the ammunition for the not tm- I'aurs Cathedral. Hut I had heard mons now. rant, too timid to leavo the place I ""'""-i urn siieus crn wr -4,ul . i.t . . , t .i.n.t.a c3n...... ti.f.1. Thnm wnm nn ilniiltt ih.il t hnH ....1......1 . . M.M .1 M. ilm flmt tluii. In mv life. It envft mafia .ham K nuun. uittnirf oiuiil-, ,,jut- .... ........ . . i.,.,. mii iuii tiiiu .ii'i iiiiiiui vw, - --- . . . . rounu tnom p.,-, . utrftnd. Chirlnir' Cross nnd n.l.ved tho Circus, hut I was MII diillsrs' vorth of liii-utt br-for. I .1 Peculiar hensatlon nt first, thouglivt that. They Piccadilly Circus, and I wanted to see i.nxinus to s.jti It and started onre had sntlsHcd my appetite I found 0,nr "n "aid cheortully: f us had them. As a natural result, nt z o ciock more in much or n. i ioou anninnr out then and there thnt the cost if y" J'" get l" discovered ,n the mornlnir. after my arrival, I nun, gave ini conuiirior ins ;nur living tn Knglund was higher than I rnr 1111 wiai, i aiwuys reiainna . i . -nlllft I""'." llinvil tun (I. Ulu niiMHn ui iiihui.h w .v,i ,.,i. ,in, IIUU IIIIIUKIH It Wa JU1I It. 1e lllill .1.1,1 iv.vi ,. - trains couiu Txindon. r stated mv tronhln to a 1 felt sum wo inuit h somnvhnr-i mv tnv In l.inHnn arn llniitnl t lve shell. a peed. very obliging nobby, who was some- near tho Circus. Just thon tho con- throo days. (To Ha Continued.) c ninety muta irani my wn ...o w(t nn,j t ao an un - tho trip in u day and a half In my wftted .XiiS!ino l ninety miles from my camp, making eagcrn.ss to see town. Thai should not call The Day of Rest Cnnnlrtt. tPH. . Tlio I'rmi CiiNlehlnr Co ITiiff Not V'rk lfnln WofM By Maurice Ketten At Calgary 1 met an old friend or '-" ,.ac()r.n.. on parade, llut e culliM Itoss. but known to tils wl)y nU ,n walking? M iaea es as "Tn- n&h," rrom mo warfare was to usii --- m,.t h.. ,.-n u native of Nova tree aim r"t. .'"w" .v,. mln lutlmnt Tact . ,, . -hieh once wns ramoti" Beotla. Wo shook hands and balled , ',"nwo thing of trenches and cm n few unooners ucrofn "iu not say tnat i car .u of tho good hostelry where Iliad thing about thorn. My vis on ftf nan v put up. The only thing wo talked of ling .hovel, wnf too close ly mo. ?vas ho war. "Tho Klsh" told no ciate.t with rallroa .t m m .hero had been a call that morning ml. iln. IJa pct kscolns , bo .or some two or tnreo imnuivu ..-.i ". iou fQr men with .0; service ln Europe, nnd ho added, nn excel en iQi,aeks. Hut "Lt's Join." I (aid. "JnUe." meaning weak minds and strong ail ripm, ns timi w. :" : "oVcver they havo tho knacK oi expected to hear fiom Hah. tor I "0"..Lr' ms around military knew him to be an udventutcr and a fhattorlne or en ma n hut lKood Mlow. And though neither of camps. xu" X11 , h,(ll onlivcd js had ever soldiered a day In hla th cause tar L ' ';,vM ,0 ?ut Ufe. wo made up our mlnda to Join seemed so good tht 1 rwow LIIQT nvmu ....... - - ..... greater part of that nlgW ; uj King once. romo ,0 , war ana kiiiiob u 11 ' ,,, a a the eternal setting-up drills at Germans over the c.un that cheers jo did the cwrnB. t Next mornim: tnc ptpcis lne heavy motor trucKS. of what the Germans were doing In Ing one of the nea mA nB a Belgium, and that Increased our de- k rown In i the . win n , termination to enlist. Wf wcro a iittio u,.,. Comfort on the Porch By Andre 'Dupont Crrr.ht tnis. b, Tke IT- P-bal. Co. m. To.l Cnlsc WorlJ.) TFc Selected Aiming Are Important Doth in an Artistic Sense and for Their Cooling Shade-Little Expense Necessary When Good Judgment Is Used jits l8 tho time look. If y'U are careful in selecting r ri-- of vcar wncn me 4 mm Jn should be. And "J5! yet many such porch Is the most freanentcd por tion of tho house, f an "SRf outdoor lounging NJ f.al' nlarcs. although ivS n.,.. hni'i. InifU. rloviH eo.sy chairs " and roomy rockers nd even ru,rs on the tl"or urd some- tlmea aim the added chann of pots of greenery, are far fron comfort able. This Is becaiue they nro not restful to tho eyes Tli.ro Is a glare somewhere. Tho first tiling to think of when you are fitting up your porch for summer Is to contrive n plan of lift'iilnG out tho glare nnd heat of tlu mm. I'nlrss tills Is done. If tho porch faces west or uouthtuMt, t will bo uncomfortable In the late , ertiooi. the very tlmo of all others 'wi. i. the family has most leisure to enjo. It The best way of shading a porch Is by means ot awnings, nnd if you can afford them they will pay for tha initial expenso a dozen times by iUm Bil.leI rnntnfK4 nn.i urnt A nf we f' elusion they will give. They also getm to Increase the size of the In t Closure, bqth when viewed from In I .14. .ml nlsn from Hin nntitlitA 1ml iu - - ...... " -.- 2x xt tht hears a very bsaeiik; n eulol that uuiia v5l rtttli the J. tho effect Is most decorative. Hed and white stripes look very gay and summery, cspfclally nt the seashore or whenthere Is shrubbery or many trees about. For a house standing closo to others green and while Is usually tho most satisfactory com lunation, ua It looks cooler In such a situation. There nro also .Japanese rt-ed sereins comparatively Inexpensive. These kep out the sun, but they do not admit as much air ns awnings Then there are rcreens that run on ccnU and pulleys like Venetian hl'nds. These can bo obtained in durk biov. n or greens or various weather proof colors. Kueh screens a ru Minicumes used in anuiiion to awnings to shut off a house from neighbors that are too close to be quite ngreeahlo. Vlm running un a onrch look beau tiful, but tho do not always give tho required snauo and havo an unfor tunate habit of attracting llles, ospi e'ally mosquitoes. Honeysucklo looks lovely nt ono end of a pomh, and crimson rambler or Porothv Per kins cl mWng roopo mako It n bower of boauty n June, For tho nhack or summer cottago where you do not want to go to any erpensn you can often find an eld piece of Mue denim or a strip of sail eiotn or oven a uisciMea green win dnw shade that can bo nailed Inneth wise Just under the nlnzza rnnt unit fixed with corda so that It will roll up out of tbo way when tho sun Js not prving In, and vet when let nut nt full length It will hang down three or four feet and keep out n good lii ttficritwvS s nwniifig .ittro. : I HUfclVUP! ) J-fJKUWiV 1 X T'S ) No. IT 'iTrte OTHER SlDe AREYouSURe' ) iURE I HEaA j' I IHrOuR( FT.AiYFfeer ( ) Trill We Hve To Cft.oSST?6 A Dtur tlUo ) OiiR. TRAlM s. 4- iv x- ) -i n i-! 1 1 Why Didn't ) it"j an ) ) hcar a ) irs ours J ) it didh't 5 VT'S A freight) (jryropp Cff (JKu how ) Aw HouRLATe (6Top here J I TrilMK I HEAR ) I T MUST &E ) IT DIDN'T ) IT! A ) l HEAR. A ) ) IT'i TMRCC ) Atraim 5 ours -it's Atop S S$al ( traim ) hours late S " ll -rV ''jl. - VidQib - zm it'c. cmPPkir, K 1T' it's Tue LAST TiHE ) IT WAS Vou ) lTH'iT S " o.My' I itolpvooit -Sr mt- jcnK L. ' i XJ y, WW I'.LL. - I rn Ti no IJ I f AM UW LLI I - ft I I I J I a I V ' M v 1 X. " I ' (Original Fashion Designs'; For The ravening World's Home Dressmakers By Mildred Lodcwick IOU. hy Ihf Prrcw I'uWMilm I n 'Th Nn Voik Kifolnj WofM ) Smart Frocks for the Matron i W" ITU the matron past forty or forty-live th matter of dress as sumes more than or dinary importance, es pecially If she has finy I physical disabilities to overcome. High vhoulilers or fst, round boulders, h i' large hmt. n large waist or large hips or s hort niTk aro only u few of nidi dlsiulvantugei. As most women like to nppear us young as pjsslble, they do not overlook the worlh. whll aid of clothes. Hut for matron who nqulro dignity snd style to mukf thorn attractive, youthful nes.M many tlme h;is tc be rncrlflced How ever, thete 'lie wmiuii B'l.u tm it this rntigement around, preferring to aavrlllra the dignity anil style for omthlng vnuth ful. Thfue women niy achieve rld.rulntif tfft-ot A well ohoiien, stsl Ish outfit will make .mv woman past f.r nppeir lounger trsn fhe is My iesiKn to lay is iidinlr.il) lilted to the in.ilioii'i figure, and. while pos j M'tislng the desired a iii'.butex just men tioned, has an unde niably vcu'.hfut ;inrm as well. Iteii nnd while linen rluss ww riling would be an ex cellent medium of in. terpiftallon for the i'Mgn. with a piping of ululn nn! oolliMiiu- ' tho panels front jnd back. The I double collar and cun. could in- m j white oigiiiidtn over white linen. The l oni, narrow t.e (reamers are of the linen, .ind ire instinctive futtif of iin fr i-k Tl.e slits m the panel Ihiousli whkh thev p.iss aie piped with red, aid Hie white pearl bat tons will, h tasien Ihe belt m back This Oetiijn It a Happy Combination of Styls anil Youthfulnett. ' quiot way a lively "Be n iuu wu mm 4t.u tuauu, tiiu gatuuiv, tuu repeating ill u tnueh of iMilur. This iroek until. I be pretty devel?" opi i'i p.atn tnonn i nen with ool In- jiil utT- and pipings of Urn hU. ,i, i tin vvuto linen would b6 ileiihifti' 'or tho frook material; triiiui.i 1 ih dull blue linen collar and I'lifts uM'ilukl with white or UViUtf ul UU4 I 1