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AGCAZINE THE HERAlD. DeSted to the Upbiinga . de West .tde d , iv er. "A very lie s crediale wely newspaper.".- .lau Iascws' cd $2.00 per Year in Advance ALGIERS, LOUISIANA Your Home Paper for 29 Years Dublin Folk Running Away From an Ambush 1-' 1r NWthe dominance 4f the Free State forces there is ailiosm uaily 1ii tng in I ublin and the rt"Iubcubans " tll' guerrilla warfare there as elsewhere. The photograph shows people running from the scene of an a Eden quay, Dublin, near O'Connell street. A number of civilians were wounded in this affray. FATHER AND SON on Lebaudy, widow of ady, the self-styled "em Shara." and her daughter. , ,were the brides in a performed 1n Parts 3 by. Mae. Lebaudy became at her friend and adviser, while her daughter as b amu's son Roger. Jacque- Al 1agw had been married by last January. but efforts by her mother to have the amaled. Jacquellne disap I later was found In a pri bome. Mane. Lebaudy at killing her husband ale In Long Island in 1919. bisg that she shot him t to protect the girl, then years old. BALLET STAR Sto sRuell, who has just a ace nla the ballet of le opara. and a scholar Bla, ballet master of . uln,, making her child aIs true. Critics who i Rassell In action pre tatmre for her. de****n4aw. alados talent for tim- = ds always arrives the, ee and o ever stays a Ys always brings cheer ! and a big basket ofn te N form. She gets with her sons and . She knows howa to lldren without spoi = Y Oaint their digestlots. I ha ad when to write a to make beaten bls S en. She has peir M a young mind. She is ·'J5 thlechance that you T 'JS* aerry atten enough. Wi- rve eoc[t _ see a Do ,h n e I_ I-bhllr~ Bankers at the Tomb of Hamilton n ~---4 association, in annual convention in New York, wus placed on the tomb of Alexander Hamilton. Small Bank With Large Business t C at -4' Here is the Hazel Green (Missouri) bank. It is a very small affair but does quite an extensive business. It is capitalized for $10,000 and Is noted for its coaservative banking methods. In the Signal Corps Radio Room Ix I 1i 1 1 1 Y iI By means of the loops shown inl thals photograph the U. S. Signal corps is enabled to receive radio communications from fr-awy European stations. I SThe photograph was made at Signal corps headquarters in Washingta. CONDENSATIONS atiten oa Hawal Ito nmoe mooths boaght motor ars to the vamo oft .-I rtem te tme of the 8paulsh a- I quest dor tohohe pMsLa the sliver nmtae of Messee en estlsted to heae gelded we t a tel st vlse No fewer than 10,000 words were added to the Engtuls language by the World war. I The £ttraetion of the sun hefng 2T itles that of the earth, a 20W-pound las would weigh 5200 pounds theta. The latest cempomud alereaope cotal athe te main features of the SI mmaeope astrdu by Rebet Nu bekaIASAL E [veai r fairy Tale dYl~"W GRA.A,.I BOrJNER AL:CE ALLIGATOR "Ye. it is true." -s-bl Alb'e. the Al l,=.,tr in the z.,, "I am liazy. Itit whvy -.,ult I be a: lthing '1,e': Neigh br ('icir,,dile f-eels the e sa ui p ay as I do. "llow f,,listh it would he If I rushed abut trying t, he so \ery busy. There woutll Ie Io, I"'it in Ib:iblliig up a large alligator hlsi..ss fr tiny-elf. "The thli:,;.i alligat irs are aueftul for :are their skills w0 Ii are used fur baugs and t si" ':i e ia and sio frth. Ve woui ill't \wanti to sell these thi! gs our selves. It ullnlln't be Jtut I1iiY. "L if co urse ani tlligtator has been knowni to et little alligator.s, b int it wouldn't do to have a business of al ligatir skins. "It would sound In very bad taste . to say: "'Come and buy a nice hag today. It is C('usin Alta Alligator's best and only skin you will lie having.' "No, that wouldn't sound well at all. "And so I shall not go into bu.siness. Great wealth woulln't interest me. I'mI well-fed here. I only care for food anti sleep. "What would I do with lots of monelty? I couldn't rush to the bank U.' "What Would I Do?" and put it In which Is what some peo ple do with their money. Oh yes, they seem to get a great deal of happiness seelng It pile up and up. "There are no banks for alligators where alligators can put their money. I "Of course there are the banks where alligators can lie down and rest and sleep and dream, but they're entirely different. "It wouldn't interest me to have lots of money to spend. I wouldn't care to buy an automobile or go to a Coun ty Fair and buy lots of candy and pop. corn and have my tintype taken the way I've heard children at the zoo say they they've been doing lately. "No, money has no interest for me. And so I will not work to make money. "Neither will I work for the Joy of working, for to me there is no joy in working. "I hope everyone knows the differ ence between an alligator and a crocodile. "An alligator has a flat head while the head of a crocodile is triangular It shape or three-cornered, as I'd say in more simple fashion. "We lie about in the sunshine In the zoo and we let the people watch us. We don't bother to look our best for them-we Just flop about in any old fashion and pay no attention to them. If they want to see us we do not mind, but we don't let them think that it flatters us, for it doesn't. "'hat's a fine sentence! Only an alligator could say anything as foolish and not be ashamed. "Now the monkeys are very clever. "At five o'clock their keeper always brings them some water and a lttle meal-a banana or so, perhaps. "They always know when it is about five o'clock, and you can hear them chattering about their coming meal. 'Their keeper talks of how bright they are. He doesn't think so much of us. "He is very fond of his coati-mundi. or anti-bear, too. Fat is his name and he looks something like a raccoon. The keeper dances with him and they dance about holding hands as a grown up will dance with a child. "How d4 I know how a grownup dances with a child? I saw one dane Ing with a child once. Yes, I did. It was in my Southern home. "The camels in the soo are looking better. Their new hair which was very thin at first as It was growing in under the old hair is now pretty nice. "If you're interested In big teeth I should think you'd think that camels also had good-sized teeth. "The baby bison and her mother and father were all lying In the sun at the far corner of their yard not long ago when they saw a lot of people down I at the outside end of their yard. "And they were all so obliging that they got righf up and marched down aso they could be properly seen. Yoa don't find an alligator doing that. "No, there's nothing very friendly about an alligator." Bobby's Wish. "Oh, dear!" grumbled Bobby when ardered to get busy with the soap, "I ust wish I was a dock." "Why do yeou wish thatr" his mother asked "'Cuse I wemdld't have to wst my ftce ad hdr he," mexplala the esmrg. Throng Sees Tests of War Implements .r . 9& - .Mlembers of the cibinet, high oftihials, arimy .lthers :tnl huireds 4-, t l.thLiun %' tal I I t Ua hA .rdeeD proving ground in Maryland the other day and were entertained with tests of big guns, alrcraft aid bohuat!ng. Donates His Pay for War Memorial • . NO To play the chimes at Indiana univetrsity for tive years and donating his I ay of $400 a month to war memorial buildings in memory of the university's moldier dead is the unique pledge of Archie Warner. band leader of the iniversity. The Indiana chimes are among the largest in the country and it a no easy task to play them. but Warner climbs into the tower every evening it 6 o'clock and cheerfully goes through with the program of Indiana songs. Ells $500 pledge was applied to a fund of $413.000 raised on the university -ampus within thirty hours. Unveiling Eugene Field Monument nd "leep. Little Pigeon" a beautul nument to Eu e ield ddl cated the other day in Lincoln park. Chicago. It is the work of Edward McCarten and was paid for by penny contributions of children. Scene of Near East Conference w A, sh r Waterfront othe d Itle town of Ciudani t w shere thie aiird ond Edwnalrat militory lead.rs were In a conferenc designCed to avert war between the Turks and Great Britain. In the forejround is a Turkish ship. sink at th wharf by the Greeks. WORTH KNOWING TM. Armbe of m'tbhrn Egypt truG with Imilla 100.3. a. JI sys lst spsmrsr b 1dmLo At -eml 2m' 1ý my', India raises about 5000.000 tons of a reeds from which varoos kids of all are made annually. Electric machinery hrs been Invet ed for marking. isting and countig en dlthing to laumadr·s. Is TEN-FOOT RAINFALL v' Ž 'I i . n.4 A freak rainfall covering a spot about ten feet square, which contla ued to fall in Alexandria. Va., for set eral days, is puzzling selentists. While the weather bureau declares that Alex andria's freak rain is a physical im possibility, the fact remains that in front of 417 South Washington street and nowhere else, It was raining tfo days. Hundreds of curious person flocked to the scene, skeptical, but were converted before leaving. The gentle rainfall was a reality without doubt. WARNS HOUSEWIVES ,,I For the careless housewife who ofter c auses some mishap around the home I leaving a hot iron on the Ironing hboar and causing a fire, pouring kerosene on the stove. etc., Mrs. Lawrence Vat Coleman, chairman of the home so ciety colmmittee of the Safety institute of America. who is in charge of a otudy of the accident hazards of the home and of means of their prevention has issued a list of "I)on'ts" for the housewife. Mrs. Coleman has made a careful study of the suggestions ane aids for thei household to prevent ae c'hlents, and holies that every housm wife will observe them. The Crisis. "I heer.ed a feller dan at the cross ronlis store telliung last night that them rpe'ple over there In Itooshy are eating the hark off'n the trees, and-" re latel'd i neigihbotr. "Aw, we.ll." nonchalantly replIed ;Ip .JIohn'-,o of It Itopus Itidge. "1 'lon't reckon the kind of tr'ees they hloe over there are much loss, no "lloe snad, to). that they are eating thir lac.---" "( lg',,,lemhghty! Eating their du's? HIy th',nder, this "clmry has gt to do nmnethinlg for thern Itoonh tans, right away'"-Kansas City Star. it Logio. SThe dld gentleman was angry and he said to his spendthrift son who had approached him for money. "'My lath. er never gave me half as much troeg as I give you." I"Wtre you satisadf4 the son a·std "Of course I wasl' t- "WelL then, why hblM be ha ve e . g eade r may mee-Dmr .