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DsECTION ed. the Upsdg d Ye West S 1 ivw. A e cre.ae weekly ewSaper ."-A d eo ssue 62..m 00 pet" Year in Advance AL E S LOUISUN/A Your Bomne Paper for 9Yer Tommies Sailing for Possible War With Turks . . ) ."' r-r UIpton, England. once Inore toouk o a warlike ispect i-in Uiltels and limn I ,.uckec up utul lelt tlr Tur *aro'lidate with the British forces already lined up to stlop the advance of the Turk. Wives and sweethearts f said their "good-by" to the Tomlmies. About one thousand ofticers and men of the R. A. F. were the M g -ue, and some of them are here seen shouting farewell to the folks ashore as they sailed. Victims of Bombing Plane Crash Buried Siw ... ................ .. 'l.. S ... ..S.. . .. "::.w ;q. 1 .... ', : t.,. ... ;I-:--:::. ..."' :"I" " 'i ' ,"t- ·.,,. .. . .. .....,.'" '. . . :: . acs !!e ls ecers and enlisted men who perished when a big M.artin bombing, plane crashed at llineola during wern given a military funeral at Mitchel Field. The gun carriages bearing the caskets are shown In the The aerial maneuvers continued despite the tragedy. UIDTS A NEW STEEL .ý the personal efforts of asIr, a blacksmith of Bid , the government is in pas. t a secret process by which -taltty of steel than that now at may be produced. Grover's b oduaeed from ordinary iron 6 oMats per hundredweight, the % subjected to the secret which makes the finished steel that it will readily cut any - of steel, resist friction, re temper and withstand more dle the strain of other steels. tw- here, has refused many be steel manufacturers seek Paree. but he has turned the or t the government BOSS OF THRACE pe-a-former comman Sftes as the 8myra M )b eb the seveltatm KElag Coatauntim. lh e t_ with the revatc ssl Pre byas the * etes threes t SUU n '3 ra Dorothy Ruth, the "Babe's" Baby Friends and admirers Uf Babe Ruth, and ladeed the whole world of base .. =.. teen-months-old girl. Here are Mrs. Ruth and the little one. Dorothy. who weighed only 2% pounds at birth. New Plan to Prevent Forest Fires Fire tool boxes containing tools sufflcent to equip tive, ten and twenty Iw men or more, are placed on a pack male and statloned throughout the a tlonal forests by the United State. forest service to fght forest fres. This photograph shows a ranger and a mul, loaded with a re box which Is to be plaed In a stratege position. New Pan t Preent FrestFire :-.-mow. CONDEISATIONS The waters of the e cover about 14,20G,80 uuare mPM. A tax alled chlney m e sy was levied on each hearth Ia a house the retof o Chrls II. h The Department t Apgrcldttre has hea imt l a direular which talk srers hew to tm their ewo bhl. Australians brand cattle on a cheek to prevent Impairing the value of t their hides. The Mul aglpM valley contains a more than onhalf of the total popes ta lation ot the United States. Mrs Johna . Bgers of Massach as setts has begua an lvestigatais of i conditens In solderu honspitals as permual aget t Po oldm1t Dardius. Fairy Tale 6y?1ARY GRAHAM BONNER MOUNTAIN SHADOWS ".ln' a line Jof mountains." said Dlndy, "the lShadows were laving a i iiirty. I "This line of Moinftains was along a It uutiful ri'er ans d the l ,u.l.untailis tood .ryv strtaight and tall and close together to show how iproudI they vwe-re that thley -soilul tie nuntaiUtusi by such a s-iplendilid river. "Now, diwn over the river and nlimonntuins. Mr. Sun was shlltning. "It was ne (of his brig htest iats. Ilh felt so wetll. It seemnted as though all his thoughts were so clear and so pilt''ant and so bright. "lie was smiling down at the river. lie wlas smiling at the mountains. too. iF- "It was whe 'n the Shadiows irst saw ts lihow bright and happy and gay he was he that they suggested their party. bc "Mr. Sun had been delighted to do w whalnt he could to help them. B "So they played. S "They movt.d from one place to an otiher. Somnetines they would have their gaIes along one part and then anotlher, and as they moved, Mr. Sun mov' ed too. "Or perhaps It was Mr. Sun that moved ttoo, and the Shadows moved so as to( have Mr. Sun help them in their "I think it was that way! But the Shadoiws thought Mr. Sun was follow Inl tluhemn, so im telling about their party in their way. "The Blue Mountain Fairies ca;me too. "You know they are very fond of the top places in the mountains where they make their homes, and often they can be seen playing at the tops of moun tains. Perhaps you cannot see each fairy distinctly, but you can see the great numbers of them by their blue Sfrocks. "Yes, they came to the Shadows' party and the Green Fairies cane, lng dressed In their lovely frocks of pale the green leaves. 'The Gnomes and the Elves came. a The Elves brought their special bird, c Fly-ilgh. with them. t "And old IMr. Gtant4nd Witty Witch came to the party, too, and Mr. Sun's ., "Fond of the Top Places." children. The Rays, and his grandchil dren the Sunbeamns, were all on hand. "The Bogey family came along and so did the Oaf family and the Brownies canme, I. "The children of the Father Pine Trees were on hand and so were the children of the Hemlocks and the Firs. "It was certainly a very wonderful Sparty and it was given during the mid who de of the day. "People passing along the river. "'Look at the mountaIns! And see the Shadows. At one time they are in one place-and then In another. "'How lovely they look, and they seem to be spreading themselves so lovingly over the mountainsl-such big Shadows, too!' "For the people did not know that all the Fairies and Brownies and Shadows and children of Mr. Sun were having a party. "On they played until evening came, and Mr. Sun went to bed, wearing his best red night-robe. "Then some of the Sunset Fairies came along, dressed in lovely gray and rose costumes. "The Twilight Shadows took the places of their sisters and brothers, and the party kept up for some time. "But the people only knew that it bhad been an unusually beautiful day and that the scenery had been wonder ful. "They didn't know what was hap pealing in Shadowland and Fairyland. "But the Shadows and the Fairies, the Brownles and the Elves, and all the different guests, aid they had ne er had such a beautiful time dancing and playing up and 4own their be loved, favorite line of mountains. "And the mountains said: ey- "'We're glad we're mountains, for e . as many lovely crqatures play upon us This grow upon us and shine upon us.' o be "For, like all fine. big splendid things, they weren't conceited about themselves!" heek The Cerm WoWrkmn e "Did you see that they're trying to sMall the eight-hour lawT" "What do I care? I never wer - al I that long Int my ICe." Terrible lExamples ,ch- "Why do timproper plays prosper? m of B·&casUe." sU Miss ayemae, -a as a mIi prpar people aplrntiy ti"k mis as teds Is " How the Turk Nationalists Entered Smyrna 5, " beginning to arrive. The illustration shows an armed hand of Irregulars marching through the streets of the city which they afterward almost wholly destroyed, and, below, cavalry of the Kemallst forces on the water front, with a British battleship In the background. Uncle Sam's First Airplane Carriers Afloat .., ,. . ..s .:..-- ' S"' .-.' ' The Lanphgley the first airplane carrier to be commissioned in the United States navy, which left thre jNorfol benn tovy yard recentl for hee Langley will operate In Chesaipeake bay and vicinity for the purposity of carrying on exerd alment work ln connection with aircraft operations from the landing platform which covers the entire ship. n the the entire ship. Training Camp of Scoutmasters I 7' . r : s a y Scoutmasters from all countries in the world are gathered at scout head 0 quarters, Gllwell park, Esex, England, where they are undergoing a course Lg of traling In preparation for increased International activity in the coming year. Above is pictured an serial ropeway with monkey bridge In the back it ground. Below, the owl patrol at lunch. All camp equipment is made by the d scoutmasters themselves, and their knowledge Is in turn imparted to the boys I e In their various patrols. Real Type of Chicago Discovered Id • '.... ", " " `" - S " "1 Lit to to I ti Lorade Tr, t scelptor, has at last found a model whom be eoalders just at rogut .or B w t heoal (pa ole " to complete a quim entgIshad for the city. d. ucoa ste r s the work wmll a be kimles e . . LEGISLATOR OF GEORGIA Mrs. Bessie Kempton, who is the first woman to be elected and admit a ted to the Georgia state legislature. She has been active in women's clubs and general politics for some time, a and her election is the culmination ad s her public career. SDR. POWER IS HONORED Pre!. Frederick Belding Power e4 the United States bureau of chemis try, Washington, who has been award. ed the Fleuckinger gold medal by the Society of Swiss Chemists for "invali. able works on alkaloids and etberal oil." He is a native of Hlidsor, N. T., and a graduate of the Phlladelphia College of Pharmacy and the Univer sity of tramburg,. Gertainy. Until sight years ago he was connected wIttl the Wellcome rsearch laboratories tob 51t lndou. Doctor Power is now dives. 1. tor of the pIhotqebetsaetry laborstory e4 the bresu at chemistrs.