6 NEW YORK TRIBUNE,
A score of persons, including The Tribune's night city editor, A. J. McKcnna, were in?
jured when this car of the Broadway, Brooklyn, rlf.ated line leaped the rails e:irly in
the morning of July 7. Ihe motonnan, when amsied. declared he must have fainted
or have lallen asleep. ; ?.,.??..,? /, ... servie?.
\ to Join t?
^ae y .. ?fr .%
Walter C. Force is not only willing but anxious
lo light. He walked from Bingh.union to Wash?
ington in eight days to join the marines, making
lio see i et ol Ins intention.
B ;,.l(.l'iUll.l/.l'.li 1 ..'. .?". ' :.:-.
Our Loyi ?n the trenctiet w...
i'?-> in1 1'- . i inl armad 'lot if
ihe Wai Dt|jartmenl ad>|.ls
lim nrw type ol armor with
WB?ca it i> now ex|i?*rifr.-nt
i r i _?. The body armor is
made of a series of ill n
slrel piales, made semi flexi?
ble by being sewn together
in a ?antas ?a? It.
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Both this poilu and his faith?
ful friend were wounded at
Chemin-des-Dames. The good
lurgeon could not part them,
so both are being cared for in
the same field hospital.
;em4 ?i Vtrtkra ses!
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The students at the Officers* Training Camp at F-^TCj
spend a good bit of time practising bayonet work on the
Wood rliimmi?u Tk~ D--I_? J _-??? K..lUs DCsV?
...- ... ?f.ww.j un ui mue practising tx.yonei wui? -??? i
wood dummies. The Boche stands up against bullets bra
dreads the cold steel. , . ? ?> r '
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