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carts, the struggling forms of men
and the plodding women, is, per
haps, one of the strangest in the
I-am. sending a photograph of
Alexander, a Montenegrin sol
dier, whose mother and sweet
heart, clinging together like Ruth
and Naomi, went out onto the
battlefield and found him lying
v with hjs side torn open and his
scalp torn partly away.
There were no ambulances, nqt
Red Cross- nurses. The two wom
en carried him, not with tears, but
proudly, back tp Podgoritza?
This photograph was taken by
Capt. E. de Kriglestein an Ausr
trian military attache. It shows
the women and Alexander at the
end of their terrible joucney. If is
face is twisted in pain,' but on
their faces are expressions of sat
isfaction and pride, more than
More clearly than in any other
war ip recent history you pan see
in this war the fact that a natiori's
fighting ability depends on the
kind of men its women produce
For the last half a century and
more these Montenegrins, have
been talking, planning and hop
ing for a war with Turkey. Wom
en who were girls SO years ago
were trained to believe that the
sons who were born to them
would some day tear the hated
Turks into Bits. When their sorts
were really born they passed this
belief to them. To kill one Turk,
to kill a score or a hundred Turks"
has long been the dream of every
Montenegrin youth and man.
here?" an English sportsman
asked a small band of Montene
grin boys in the mountains.
"It depends," they answered,
"on what you want to hunt.
Therg are few deer, but we have
had pretty good luck lately with
f ,7By Berton Braley.
"Love-in a cottage." is pleasant
Love in a palace is joy.
So long' as the love is not merely
a Bluff v
And is irae of all grosser alloy;
"Love in :a. cottage" or love in a
Love with plebeians or swells,
It isn't the place where you hang
"But "the fast o your LOVE
that tells! ,
BQve in a tenement, love in a hut,
JLovefih-a palace or cave,
It isn't the kind of a figure you
i And it isn't the money you
Loye thatjs real will surely en-
Whereyer, hpwever it dwells.
It -isn't the fact that you're
wealthy or poor,
, But the fact of your -LOVE
"Algy, did you peel the apple
that I gave you before you ate it,
as I told you to?" "Yes, mother."
"That's a good boy. What did
j Is there any good hunting
you do with the peel?" "I af jfe"