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Jules Bois, French , author and a
feminist, thinks pretty well of the
The Frenchman, now lecturing in
America, says: "The greatest miracle
the world has known is the social
miracle of the American husband.
For generosity, loyalty, tolerance, I
have never seen anything like him.
Elsewhere man is woman's foe here
he is her friend."
SHE WANTED SYMPATHY
Altona, N. H. With mob of infuri
ated citizens searching for two men
whom she said bound, gagged and as
saulted her, Evelyn Jones, admitted
the story was false. She simply
The Hamburger Nachrjchten, which
by the way is a newspaper, and not a
new kind of sausage, commenting on
the German memorandum to Wash
ington says, in effect, that when Ger
many finishes with her present en
emies she will take on Uncle Sam. It
certainly takes lo.ts .of scrapping to
satisfy those fellows, doesn't itj
DARED SHELL' FIRE AND' WON
Miss Muriel Thompson, English
Red Cross nurse decorated by King
Albert of Belgium for bravery in the
field where she rescued the wounded
under heavy shell fire.
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