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Reel 6 Poe tries mining In An-
zona In the Goldfield, rush. The
fight with the bad man. Gives up
Reel 7 Poe as a cattle puncher in
Arizona and New Mexico. Chasing
bandits across the Rio Grande. Foot
ball at the ranch.
Reel 8 Starting a reyblution in
Central America. Poe an officer lead
ing the rebel forces. The revolution
fails PGe a fugitive.
Reel 9 The revolution in Nicara
gua. Poe among the plotters. The
rising. Battle with the gbvernment
troops. President Zelaya victorious.
The rebels in flight Poe seized as a
spy by President Zelaya. Secures
freedom on promise to leave the
Reel 10 Poe mining in Mexico.
The claim in the mountain. Diaz sol
diers raid the mine. Poe protects
against the, robbery. Mexican officials
Reel 11 Poe joins the Madero rev
olution. Fighting in the mountains
The march toward the capital. Se
cures promises' of protection of min
ing Interests from rebel leaders.
Reel 12 New York again. News
of the outbreak of war in Europe.
Poe rushes to Paris. Joins the Amer
ican colony in the French capital.
.Joins the French troops as gun cap
tain in the One Hundred and Twelfth
Reel 13 In the trench.es at Ypretf.
Poe battery attached to the Seventh
division of the British army. Poe di
"recting the fire of the heavy gun.
Wins lienors from French officers.
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POSTAL CLERKS ELECT v
Hal Smith was elected pres. of the
Chicago Postoffice Clerks union, Ix
cal No. 1, at their annual election held
in -the Masonic Temple yesterday.
Twelve delegates to the Chlcagb F&
eratfoh-vore also elected . j- -
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HOW TO BE HAPPY
'My kingdom, and my daughter's
Are yours,;" the story started,
They married and lived happily
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