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\ lateh rt'siored belfry." -?? - to Belgium friends \\ "You must take m Belgium' with ?q: it ??' "!1 t}:' coun ^ g I uaed il aa 1 went , . .p.'t give much id that ia a vro<>;i ? : - ?? ? red he !? |y travelled man. h time te rec ? thinga. 1 uaed his mtha over ther.'. I that 1 waa i . And that ian't juat the : mnoyedbyit.il dthen ? t go. He kepl ? ,i'4 in Eu n I to ?lotof trouble [ found il times just : -. tally :': lai He will ti ? ? I nd tick I leavi ?.r all In a pains ? . nceril ? p ilar back - ?:.. I saw ing the ? - ..: ! texl ' ? und. I * ? i . - they tell ngi aa ho ha<i -. i oui Belgium M\ ( lively coui ? eople; inno ? ? orkmen and ?...-' t'a the aaddesl place in the world. al all. Thej a ? -.??'? 1 houkl think of for a hol ;een it. And igh hia work. T opposite of what hc s witl ii uloua care. \l< ;< of "gay cafe life" in a plai e thal an earthquake had hit it, :-;.': ? nly people were a few half-i tar finda thal aort of thing gay as h around he is an eaay man to It - >o wherever I went. 1; ian't he were wrong al some one detail. ii' ivrong all over the place, all over Bel? gium. It's all different fr >m ho aays il is. 1 I fellov trymen, who i re now. will me out in this. l."t me show one place. 1 to k his book with me and uaed it on That'a a perfectly fair test h NTieupoii is just like a cou] hun? dred other towns ! ha ? "Xieuport," ;.y Hi rr Bi i ll 1 M is one ot' tho noiaieai plai ? r boon in. There waa a daj half in .May when shell drop] ? d into the atreeta and hout Every day .at lea . '? a n three-inch ahella fall on thi Aeroplanes buzz overhead, pinga in the sky. Rif ? xcited telegraph wirea. Ii md Nieuporl a quiet plai brought up in a boiler factorj His ? . ? phra ? .-ith .:..:< 0 ii '<<' l-?'s;iv" And 1 didn'1 aee ont, T . ad people in the ruins of the i rhe aoldiers ?;-? d to unearth thi i time to time. 1 r speaka of "the poor in a I I ... .; a bodj in - | It must ciflea th<>-.- :;. shouldn I do that 1 ., i. h. II ian't in his line. Am ple. Think of aatranger on a we1 ni] l all aet on tho three hotels Bai i . l .? Jusl tho w ronj ? ? ord. ? la are bi hey'n the ground. There isn't a room left. ? ans "demolishi d." He do our lans aj easily. : can ? that. , ie thi y ?? ? Vil.T eaaary. He a .. i i - ? he "'/ ' ? tho Hotel of Ho] r, all ? - book H< XPERIENCE WITH BAEDE Mr. Baedeker Is an Author Who Has Writtenan Amazing Book About Belgium -He finds lt Full ofthe Loveliest t nspoiled Pieces of Thirteenth Century Architecture. By ARTHUR GLEASON. when tl ? - ? I .?-. B ? ? ng. ? ? "A 7< . ' I : : . H ? ? ' -' -' i-invited Id I ten t "Thr Rue 1 ' !? " I he ? loth Hall is ? ere during 1 [t ia 191*1 down 1 w ? - - ? .'.' aeeording to Mr. Bacdektrt. lild ill he i. ! I - ? I h . . ?f it. "Tl ? 't like 1 j on what -. There an re, i ? - ai 'i ou can BREAKING AW ? ? l-t_ T ? ? Y. '. ' ? ' , 1 - | . "V. . . ? I ? ' " ' ' ? : I V'hat's I ' .4. ' - ' ?' ' ? AROUND IIIi: VEAR WITH SOCIETY-By W. E. Hill. Uln Pare (kr, the Society Jottrnah Whett You Can Gel lt UI Um- iu Concentrated Form? K E R ? ! . . up on a l r i And 1 ean it thal I ? ght ? i . to <? I ? ? ; g tu *-. 11 v \Y FROM l.\"."; ? i I ? f v have to v ' "III u-ntoh hii "And f I gel i ?i"l rail up I ?. ?ii. i ? "Whi ' ? ? ? ? ? : ? ? - I ? a ' , ...