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iNGLISH DU.CHESS 'NURSES !
Duchess of ' Wost-tttrtts'te
' London, Eng. Not satisfied with
sending a corps of nurses into the
war zone, the jDuchess .of Westmin
ster is herself nursing wounded
soldiers in the Red 'Cross hospitals
on the German frontier.
The duchess is the sister-in-law
of Lady Randolph Churchill, one of
the most popular Americans in Eng
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PRAISING THE CENSOR
While others are running the war
censor down, " .
And wanting togive hima trounc
ing. . " . ""
I thank him for often deleting some
, Whose name would -defy--all-pronouncing.
New York MaiL
King Baggot has won his kingdom
and throne by hard work and uphill
climbing until today he is unhesi
tatingly declared to be king of mo
fieland. Baggot's latest success was in
"Shadows," a two-reel feature, in
which he played ten different char
acters, two of which were women.
To convince the audience that he
played the ten different roles he
made-up so that the audience could
see the transformation. '
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WE HOPE HE FOUND OUT
The little agricultural village had
been billed with "Lecture on Keats"
for over a fortnight The evening ar
rived at length, bringing the lecturer
to discourse on the poet. The adver
tised chairman, taken ill at the last
moment,- was replaced by a local
farmer. This worthy introduced thg
lecturer and terminated his remarks
"And now, my friends, we shall
soon alTknowTvhat I personally have
often wondered what are Keats." .
N. Y. Globe.