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?YANKS HERE
IN HOSPITAL
FOR HEALING
Ward "M" Has Boys Physi
cally Broken, But Men
tally Alert.
?"Ward _" l? exactly like all of
the ?cor? of other wooden building?
that farm the new part of Walter
Reed Hoapltal here, and its patient?
wear the earn, kind of pajamaj aa
do the resident, of "B" or "H.**
Oaly in th? other wards you will
ob??rv? group? ?trolling up and
down screened veranda?, or lolling
la comfortable chaira, wherea? in
**M" they keep mostly to their cot
It Isn't the eaaleat thing In th?
world, yon know, to walk and imoki
it you've left one or both leg? or
th? best part of your arms back tn
Prance?which 1? what some of
"Ward M" boys did.
Tou can learn, however. That la
what the seriously wounded Ameri
can tod?, th? tint contingent from
th? front, are now doing?learning
to Uva all ovar again with what la
Mt
"Men minus" they ar? phyiieally,
but morally and mentally they're
"men plu?."
?ay? Vara l'a.
The very contact with the?? badly
ua?d up boys was an Inspiration. For
they've con? back with bruised, brok
en bodies, but with a spirit which
?ut-ctinee whatever It touchai.
Not all of tbe 3M wounded figbt
?v? at the Walter Reed hoapltal are
permanently crippled. Not even Au
brey McCloud. of the Fifth Base Hos
pital unit, who left both his leg? ?ver
there, the result of sn sir raid.
McCloud can propel himself In a
wheelchair, and as soon as the tender
?tump? heal he will he able to walk
on artifici? legs without crutches.
McCloud, who lived in Norwood. O..
w? nt over with the Harvard medicai
unit and became a stretcher-bearer
around Tores. The Boche aviator
"got*' him while he waa asleep.
< ?aananUna Killed.
Two companions were killed. Mc
Cloud would have "gone West." too,
?ave for the generosity of an Eng
lish sergeant, who gave the Ohio
boy nearly a quart of his blood,
for which he asked only a furlough
back to "Blighty."
Hopeless.' Me?' It would hav?
made th? tear? come to have t??n
McCloud'? tare. It wa? beaming.
"Why ?hould I b? hopeless? Didn't
they leave me my two good arm??
Look at 'em!
"Don't get the Idea that the fel
lows who had a bit of hard luck
over there a're going to whine.
There's too much to live for. We
have come through hell, but we're
going to keep right on. The worst
thing of all is that we can't go
back and fight.
"It's all right, what we 'got.' It's
for Ood and home," h? aald. and he
?imled an infinitely beautiful ?mile.
Do you wonder that it was sn In
?pi r j tion?
"BALTIMORE'S OWN"
ARRIVES IN FRANCE
j 13th Infantry. Trained at Camp ,
Mead?. Saf? Over.
Baltimore, Md.. July II_Member?!
ef 'he ?l?th Infantry. Seventy-ninth
Ditunon. ar? in France.
The first news that "Baltimore's
Own" had arrived safely was con
tained in a letter received by Mr.
and Mra William H. Eabellng. 1(13
Varford avenue, from their ?on.
?Tllliam V. Eabellng. The message
waa brief and no.mention waa made
aa to Juat how many of the men
had arrived or when they sailed.
The 3Uth was the pioneer Balti
more regiment at Camp Mead? and
was made up almost entirely of
?elected men from thl? city.
The arrival of the tilth Regiment
marks the third large contingent of
Marylenders to reach France. Th?
rirst was the 117th Trench Mortar
Battery, and a few weeks ago word
was received of the lending of the
115th Infantry, which was mad* up
nt men from the old First and Fifth
Maryland regiment?.
Food Taken from Ships
By War Trade Board to
Conserve Supply in U.S.
More than .10.000 pounds of food was
ut from the food requisition of va?
?el? in New York harbor from June 1
?-. -?. through the action of the War
Trade Board, and in many cases the
rood actua_i> was taken off the ship?
tfter being stored.
?triktiia reductions were ?nade espe
lallv In wheat, beef. pork, sugar and
fitter, the Food Adruinlstration an
nounced laat night, but an increase of
wheat substitute? wsa allowed to ?he
?mount of I6.0OO poundt?
geme vessel? were allowed food for
_nly tit? outward voyage, to con
certe th? fo3d here and encourage tbe
ajpd?aa of food where conservation
is ?tot so Imperative, as In the in
stance of ships bound for Australia,
South American points and India.
Granting of Divorces
Is Legalized in Cuba
Havana. July 14.?Granting of
? .torces In Cuba is now legalised
by a bill passed by the Senate. Un
der it neither party to a divorce
may marry a third party until a
full year has elapsed from the tint?
the decree la granted.
The divorced pair, however, may
again become husband and wife
through remarriage at any time.
The principal grounds on which a
divorce may be applied for by tha
innocent party ar? Infidelity, habit
ual drunkenness, fsilure to provide
and fallare to return within two
years after Judicial declaration of
absene? from home.
Jonah and Whale Cause
Fight Between Negroes
Stamford. Conn., July 14.?Odell
Walher, colored, told Jamea Wlnn,
? iorad. that th? Bible was wrong
s? It?? It stated that a whale swal
lowed Jonah. An argument ?tartari
and Walker pulled a knif?. Re
.Print get a chance to use It. how
rrar, and waa sent to Jail for 30
ria??, not for disbelieving the Bible,
but for palliava the knife.
Yank? Bay uusfsm Csmtf.
Ix-ndon, Jsiy 11?Kngliai? seashore
tawna ara being combed by the Ta?
?.?? bluejackets In company with the
British tara of all the picture peat
V arda, fancy note paper, bandker
. bief* with flags of ths? allies, and
? :? ndy for the testes of the American
vet Eagllsh ?allor boy? ai? alike
whra ?ace they bit ahora.
FINN PAPER
PRINTS PLEA
FOR HUN KING
Reactionaries Argue That
Monarchy Better Than
Republic There.
Stockholm. July ll.-Finnlsh reac
tionary (White Quarti) newspapers
are again appearing, under Oerman
and White Guard protection. The
leading Red Guard paper la Finland,
the Helsingtors Tyoraies, has been
suppressed.
All the papers now allowed to ap
pear declare for a ntonarcby Instead
of a republic la Finland. One. the
Svena* TMnlng, says:
"A German prince la the oaly pos
sible sovereign for Finland."
Moat other papers are openly pro
German, but make no suggestiqp as
to the nationality ot the coming kin?*.
Ja Abo, second Finnish clt>. a
monarchist association haa been
formed, which has Issued an appeal
.blaming the abeence of a permanent
head to the state for the Russian
upheaval, aad pleading for a mon
archical arrangement slmilsr to Swe
den?.
Opposition to the monarchy plan
is certain from the Finnish Socialists
and the defeated Red Guarda who
return to their country. Opposition
to a German monarch is also develop
ing among Swedish Libarais, who are
circulating propaganda In Finland
against the Germanising of that
country and tb* choice of a German
King.
Vlaa* Bat Bark RreaS.
London. July 14.?People In North
Finland ar* eating not only bark
bread, but straw bread, sometimes
containing unground pieces of straw
half an Inch long. Tbe Finnish
Senat* has cut the ordinary bread
ration In half, except that of man
ual laborers, which Is rut only one
sixth.
Sty Shots at the Solons.
By THE OBSERVER.
Mornin' ? did you know J. Ham
! Lewis had decided to make the Sen
latorial race in Illinois? He Just
, couldn't refuse the request of the
President and his fellow Democrats
j to do this. Life from this moment
I on will not be dull for Medili Mc
Coimlck. we wot. .
We bare seen stories of late about
Burleson's supreme Influence in
Congress. We admit It la strong?
but how about prohibition. With
the prophet we say "Strong drink Is
raging" and so la Burleson, and
?"whosoever la deceived" by either
? "is not wise."
Senator Harding made a splendid
speech on the wire legislation but
evidently made more votes In the
gallerie? than he did oa the Boor.
But then the galleries, you kaow.
have no outsids Influence exerted
upon them.
John M. Nelson Is going to run
again for re-election. The newa la
tailed wtth delight In some parts
of hla Wisconsin district But most
I nf th? folks of the nation didn't
I ven know that a John Nelson was
in the House. Such is obscurity.
Sinia Romanoff. the Russian
economic leaguer who endeavored
to help President "Wilson solve the
Ruaalan matter, felt much distressed
that he ahould be referred to as a
propagandist. He wants the Presi
dent merely to And out what are th*
facts of Russia's condition before
either economic or militaristic in
tervention Is taken.
Commercial travelers ars strong
proponents of protection says the
American Economist. For such
strong protectionists, however, they
appeared to have been woefully mis
led ID 191??the greater share of
them In all parta of the country,
voted for a strong Free Trader for
President
Senator Cummins made a worth
while appearance before the Iowa
State convention of Republicans the
other day. But the report falls to
show that any considerable amount
of real politics waa thrown into
the arena by him. He must be
overlooking; a party bet, somewhere.
Vr. Hays has not yet replied to
Senator Hitchcock's answer to his
"politics during the war" argument
It Is said at the Capitol, however. I
that several ot the leaders ara con
ferring bow over a reply and that It
may be ready soon. The importance
ot getting it "just right" Is readily
recognized.
All ot the honors of the Roosevelt
family are not seing to be hoarded
by the Colonel bimaelf. Th* way
his youngsters ar* performing
abroad It appears that Dad will have
to ?hare some of them with hla sona
We'll wager he will not be la the
least Jealpus over this, either.
In choosing to oppose Senator
Walsh for re-election Jeannette
Rankln chose the leaser of two erlls
we hear. She would surely have
been defeated In the Congressional
district In which she had to oppose
Judge Evans, while in the state
wide fight she stands a chance?
though a slim one indeed?of nosing
out the present Senator.
Discipline Is needed at army campa
and Congress wants to see It admin
istered freely but too frequent
demonstrations of authority auch aa
) took place on our streets Saturday
night would arouas some feeling
among the members. Twould have
been better for th* camp command
ers to deal with th* delinquent sol
dier?. Much better, we think.
We read that a taxation commit
tee has been given the breath of life
by the Chamber of Commerce. Oh.
It the members of that body only
realiaed th* poeslbillttes and hav*
the time to fellow up their Ideas,
what Infinita good would result tn
the District Ws hope the body is
, alive.
Champ Clark la one of the best
{dressers in either House?and aum
? mer. particularly, gives him an op
portunity to display the colors which
the Great Maker kindly put on earth
for men to avail themselves of. Sol
omon had nothing on Champ, al
though the latter does not outrank
th* old boy as much as did th? "lilies
of the Held."
Brithk.r Bar? Stsng? Meat
London. July U?Th? Brltts*her, al
ways prejudiced against cold storage
meats, ts tesrnlng their virtue* under
the stress ot war. Th* food ?dmln
tttratlon is extending cold starare
plant?, realizing that the nation's se
curity may depend upon Ita ability to
keep a supply of froaes food for use
when most needed.
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