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New Legion Chief
Col. Alvin W. Owsley, of Beau
mtnnt,'Tex., is the new Commander
in-Chief of the American Legion,
elected last week at N'ew Orleans.
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ON4 THEIRZ HOME GROPD'C-
Knights Work Abroad
Edward L. Hearn, who will di
rect Knights of Columbus one mil
lion dollars American Welfare
Work in Italy.
Rivals Helen Keller
•Wilktta Huggins, 17 yem old.
of Wisconsin, although blind and
deaf, can tell colors by smell sad
hear by touch. Her remarkable
ability was discovered while sew.
iug. when she told colors of tea
aerials by smelling them. She lis
tens to concertsb toue" betr
iagers to an audiphore.
THOMAS F. BAYARD
Thaemae P. Uayard, fermer elty a
dtsr of Wllmlngts, DeI. and m of
th ,ate Thmas F. aqya,, sboretary
of ntate l Preesdet Ceveane ad. j
mnlutraere whe hao wan the Ders.
eto eemInatkn for United States
eonater frm histe att a I f' l
doee %et," ud he was ever a
em "ry, epena.
( UNCLE JOHN
If there's ever a pastime a feller he lds dear, it's gatherin'
nuts, in the fall of the year. The forest, arrayed in its purple an'
gold, appeals to the hearts of the young an' 'he old. . . . A
call that's resistless floats out from the trees, when the trophies
drap down, at the toss of the breeze. 0, there
GATHERIN' ain't any pleasure that's any more dear, than
NUTS gatherin' nuts-in the fall of the year. .
The big, juicy shrapnel, from walnutty
ranks-the shell-barks, a-shellin' the roisterer's tanks. .
The hazel machine-guns, in hid-away dell, bombard the in
vaders with many a shell,---all, army maneuvers, with nothin'
to fear--campaignin' fer nuts, in the fall of the year. ...
Then, forward,-with baskets an' gunnysacks, too,-charge
on, past the medder-the fortress in view I We'll pillage the
stronghold of kernel an' pod, and win, by the grace of a
bountiful God. . ... Each
brown-fingered trooper busts , _
loose with a cheer, when we go
after nuts, in the fall of the
Uneven hangs Hems
The uneven hem kne eatures
tbis new Poiret coat. It is buckled
on the side. tied from the back and
is embroidered with red and black.
It is stylishly conservative.
MME. YVONNE LAOS
Mr. Yvenue Lamer wlfe a Mrlame
L Lae, the Peruiam sase at Waes.
· en. has reuejl is aosempmny ha
5emUt Amer beasame o her b m
-.mes*e fir the Latin r
-e wumem, after testUag eg freed.a
murdud her ssaw I Ameriga,
History Made When Camera
Clicked This Picture.
Tbomse A. Edia made a pilgriag to Scbeaectad. N. Y last
week, the st a 25 years. He was met there by Dr. c a iteia
smet, the a the world his equal a electrical km ,edge.
shattered by Sumnet w eats with his aewest isg.
tioa lghtning makiag macine. It as the Brut of the two
arst i~aeators together. It is to be pmmed is ow 75
years ol and Steimets is S.
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D R. BASIL G. GILDER-.
SSLEEVE, 91 years old, great
est of Greek Scholars, once profes.
sor of Johns Hopkins University,
in splendid health, telling the world I
he does not like to be 91 It is an
ugly number. Ninety is divisible
by 1, 2, 3, 6, 9, and 10, whereas 91,
well, one must multiply the jinx
13 by the sacred number 7, and this
jars him. Then the mellowed sage
says he grows no less old-fashioned
with the years. He loves the clas
sics, but he has learned there is
really such a thing as a gentleman.
An optimist? No, nor yet a pes
simist. He has seen the country
go to the dogs so often and come
back that he Is not in despair. The
professor has learned much since
he left college and absorbed the
teaching of old man Time-don't
grow excited., .
J. L weerb s th. bol wssvit ezpsut
of a. Depaibowi st Av~ms.Iu,
WAS NEVER .
Jlmmi e-I ain't neve
WUZ found In a bS*t h
COULDN'T BE A
Ilr/t Ges~t I
Pie had the pkirur
wlfb once betoa
a pleasure I dosht -r -
SW" my wits you a
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