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The sure thing about an investig
tion is the expense account
Incidentally, the American stork has
made an enviable record this year.
The half is not told-at least, a hus- T th
band's better halt is frequeutly not.
One may manage to endure the gral
days if the pay days come regularly. Wast
The 'resent shortage of guinea pigs of the
is not the fault of that prolific little tend re
Occasionally a photographer gains ington
a reputation for perfect likenesses at ernmex
the loss of his customers. the sai
At least the weather bureau cannot days fr
claim that there is anything mean Ameri(
about this annual rainfall. time o
There are many people in this coun- Was
try who imagine that there is nothing party
to view with but alarm. unani
In accord with the law of the eternal the Pi
fitness of things. Eve must have hand- step t
ed Adam a green persimmon. specti'
If every man were compelled to act Unitec
as his own foolkiller, there would its int
probably be an epidemic of suicides. ranza,
The prices of other food may soar Bolivia
to the empyrean, but the grand old transn
oyster is still within a poor mans a ingto
All men are born free and equal; proval
then their equality takes a vacation gram
until the undertaker gets busy with all th
The pen might be mightier than the The
sword, but it cuts a small figure, ap- was
parently, beside the torpedo of a sub. mpor
People are buying jewelry again in the l
considerable quantities. Certainly, two y
these low necked shirts call for rana
breastpins. and t
A Brooklyn judge has decided that arms
the tomato is a fruit and not a vege- tende
table. Perhaps he thinks the eggn f
plant is a hen. Alb
The speechless banquet is the the i
latest. It is likely to be a more Mexi
popular invention than even the horse- advic
less carriage. the
An ad in a Buffalo paper calls for a
woman to play second violin. If they El
get one who'll consent to do that we'd mal I
like to look at her. er., a
The Amerlc~n dollar is worth e the
ti foreign m ey than ever bhesl eram
but 's lck 41l hav* yre .
"Russia Cuts O Fars." says a hbead- F
Ihu. But after looking at pictures of lean
Russ soldiers, we conclude not the clare
chin kind were meant. ed I
A western court has decided that a for
man has a legal right to swear in his in h
own household. Sure, that's why rock- bane
lg chairs were invented. the
Little girls may be as averse to uP.
achool as are little boys, but they
have the diplomacy of their oex ad tiom
so they conceal the fact. mui
The "personage high in authority.
whose name cannot be quoted." has
again assumed a commanding po
tina tn the news of the day. rles
A Pennsylvania woman who was wa
struck by lightning says such shocks ed
wll cure rheumatism. We are wll- Ur
ag to take hr word ior it. C
It is not an uncommon thing to find or
a girl worrying about next wlinter's at
styles, while her daddy is worrying xI
about the cost of becon and coaL lo
SIn other words, pragraphors are not of
necessarily bigger fools than other m
people, but merely have more oppor- vs
tualties to give themselves away.
When a woman lets it be known
that she married her John to reform I
im she ought to go the limit andn
make monthly reports of progress.
hesinating simplicity is to be the d
keynote in millinery this fall, so we
am told. bsudnasting, of coureem bt o
simplet Well--we have to be shown. o
Possibly the objectlon of jachties i tl
the Amreian navy to sleeping i I
jamass was that it seemed too much I
like wearlng a uniform 4 homrs i
Cr*me has decreased tn Grat Brt
aSin sine the outbreak of the war. Is
that a reection on the men at irat
or a compaelt to thoe who n
A a ma.who hired an perimened
lawyer and the lost his sult says that
wy ouks am bound tn sheep a a
Stribute to the mental qunalitie the
people who go to law.
Comparig work of some of the al
lued -eomid" artista with tabulous rn
iprts o the salaries they draw,. oe
Judges they a a good deal more s
e asrul at drawintg slaris than draw.
The discovery t S8al the t
thrity manaEtrers ebots rhave
been ml hos mesa 0l the- pe
• ppoesen s md inredielo prei Is
THE CARRANZA PARTY TO BULGi
RECEIVE RECO tI CLOSI
The Cenotitutionai5sts to Be Accep'e:
as the Ruling Power in War-Torn THE RA
Republic of Mexico. OBJE
Washington-President Wilson Tuote
day gave formal sanction to the pl P
of the Pan-American conference to ea
tend recogantion to the Cararnsa gov
eroment in Mexico. French
Diplomatic representatives in Wash toriou
ington of several South American gov- G
ernments received instructions to take
the same action as the United States
Similar word is expected within a few
days from the governments of all other Lte
American republics. The form and Bulga
time of recognition will be fixed then lot with
Washilngton.-Recognition of the Serbian
party led by General Carransa a; the capture
de facto government in Mexico war ing 31
unanimously agreed upon Saturday by possibl'
the Pan-American conference as the front
step to be recommended to their r, French
spective governments. ly Ian
Secretary Lansing. on behalf of tht north t
United States government. xprese Coin
I its intention to recognize General ('ar the iri
ranza, and the ambassadors of Brazil. *iniste
Chile, Argentina and the ministers of 11hile
Bolivia, Uruguay and Guatemala official
transmitted the decision of the Wash- gars t<
ington government, as well as their said to
opinions in agreement with it. of Gre
Mr. Lansing has obtained the ap- armed
proval of President Wilson to the pro- former
a gram and before the conference began of Gre
h all the other ministers in the Latin- the en
American corps also had given their majori
adherence to it. insiste
The action of Saturday's conference abridg
was regarded generally as the most
r important diplomatic step in the Mex- Aent
ican situation since the United States the gc
decided to withhold recognition from Th
the Huerta government, more than intere:
two years ago. It means that the Car- be crt
ransa government will receive the The
moral support of the United States northe
and that an embargo on shipment of r
arms to opposing factions will be laid Austr(
as soon as recognition actually is ex
tended, which probably will be with- th
in a fortnight. Turki
Alberto Garcia Granados, minister of Akit
the interior in the Huerta cabinet, was d
executed Saturday in the City of are s
Mexico, according to state department sot a
advices, charged with complicity in ons h
the killing of President Madero. says t
Villa Not Pleased. enorn
,y El Paso, Tex.-General Villa's for- that I
'd mal declaration to George C. Caroth- the Is
era, special agent of the state depart' merol
meat a. Washington, that because of over
Sthe recognition of the Carransa gov- Co
e, eramest he would net hold himself re io
for safetyof the live a a
property of foreigners i
ed little rehnseios. front
.- From a military source it was the e
of learned that General Villa had do men
he clared to Mr. Carothers that the Unit- kings
ed States and other foreign nations arc
could not now hold him responsible their
a for what happened to their nationals In
is in his "territory, and while he and his capil
ck- bands would commit no depredations, of tl
they would not attempt to stay the op- a
erations of bandits that might spring cros
to p." devi
sy "The United States and foreign na- of t
ad tions, having recognised Carransa, B
must look to him for protection," he have
was quoted as saying. tion
as Last Storm Breaks Records. rat
-s- New Orleans, La.-The tropical hur- the
ricane which devastated the Louisiana gas
and Mississippi coasts two weeks ago F
was was attended by the greatest sustain- for,
reks ed wind velocity ever recorded in the Art
ll i United States, according to Dr. . M. clal
Cline, forecaster for the New Orleans the
district, who this week received rec- tro
0nd ords from the weather bureau station ha
tr's at Burwood, near the mouth of the on
la g Mississippi river. The maximum re- gr
locity recorded at Burwood 8ept. 29 the
was 122 miles an hour during a period tal
sot of five minutes. For another five no
ther minutes the anemometer recorded a ed
po velocity of 120 miles.
Auto Speed Record Broken. all
o wn New York.-Gil Anderson won the bi
da J50-mile race for the Astor cup at the at
and new Sheepshead Bay speedway Satur- ed
Sday in the fastest and one of the cle to
est automobile contests ever held. An- th
e the derson's time was 3 hours, 24 min- F
o we utes, 42 seconds, 10 minutes and 43.28 t
bt seconds better than the world's rec- st
awa. ord nnade at Chicago. Tom Rooney el
was second in 3:25:29, also beating e
a in the former record of 3:25:25:38. Bob 7
Sa Burman was third at 34 miles when
ah engine trouble forced him to stop dar
er a sa attempts to catch Rooney. c
Csneralag Loan to Afles. (
Br New York.--That te acceptance by I
. Ameriean bnakers ofthe $500,000, 000
AngO-t lFrench five-year 5 per cent loan
a 'was a strictly neutral business trans
actkoa, designed to promote the com
mercial prosperity of the United I
States, was the position taken by J. P. I
P at Morgan in an address delivered by I
s a him Friday to bonfmen representing
liancial houses interested in the sale
of the AngloFrench bonds.
srLittle Need of More Suppiles.
r. oe City of MexoZo-.-Crles J. O'Con
r aer, representattvo in the Mexlean
adrrw capital of the Aimerican Red Cros,
has received telepgranth rns tnslol
taeea Washlngte to cloe the Red
Sa C- stati there ad to leave the
0t6W oe Peu d In Cottan ade.
at a os s oma S. I t le -
k u - a - esi~de a lc arsu t Fm
BULGARS AUD GERMANS 1aARM
CLOSE I SERBSAGAIN
THE RAILWAY CONNECTING BEL- easy
GRADE WITH CONSTANTINOPLE
OBJECTIVE OF BULGARIANS.
PASSPORTS GIVEN MINISTER m sh
French and British Claim to Be Vio- Importa
torious in the Fighting in France.
Greece Will Maintain An proclan
Armed Neutrality. tober 2
Latest War News From the Front. side of
d Bulgaria has definitely thrown her ed for
i lot with Germany, Austria and Turkey, In that
and her troops, having crossed, the as if t
Serbian frontier, are endeavoring to and wi
capture and hold the railway connect- Texas.
ing Beltrade with ('onsttntinople and Hors
possibly also the line running south within
from Nish to Saloniki. over which hut in
French and British troops who recent- for ank
ly landed at Saloniki are tioving iTexas,
north to the aid of Serbia. of legs
SCoin(idtntly with Bulgaria's attack, mals a
the British government sent I'.IL.aria's per ce
nitinister at London his pa-sports.I er cc
of While the Greek premier, on learning S.
la officially of the adhesion of the l Bul- of a 1
gars to the cause of the Teutons, is tore
said to have announced the intention
of Greece to remain in a position of transp
armed neutrality. M. Venizelos, the and n
former premier, who favors the entry
a of Greece into the war on the side of live
the entente allies and who holds the ol
majority in the Greek parliament, is show
insistest that his policy shall not be esne
abridged by the new government. state
At the opening of parliament M. state
Ls Venizelos, in an address, so informed
es the government, and he added:
m "The national soul says it is to the A
ar- interest of Greece that Bulgaria should
he be crushed."
ese The battle is in full swing along the
of northern frontier of Serbia, where the
af Austro-Germans are pounding at the
Serbian positions in an endeavor to cut WIll
Lt- their way through the little kingdom
with the object of relieving their
of Turkish ally.
ras Although the main Serbian forces Ar
of are declared to be waiting further persc
ent south for the crucial test, the Teu- sutli
in tons are not gaining ground unopposed be at
in the north. The war office at Nish Com]
says that the losses on both sides are the
enormous, particularly in officers, and meri
ror- that the Serbs are valiantly resisting deter
- the inroads of the invaders and at nu- No
merous points have been victorious the t
of over- them wait
- Comiag to the aid of their compa- in £1
a- triots are the Serb troops from .A
ias and syeven divisio whi
ad; an duag ile.] -the
treont;'li unoffietal 'advies are to>
was the effect that thousands of untrained T
d men and many women in the Serbian tee
Tnit- kingdom are preparing to contest the men
ions march of the Austro-Germans across tee.'
sble their territory. case
nals In addition to the capture of the old loss
his capital of Belgrade, the heights south mod
ons, of the city have been taken; the Ger- upo
sop. man army has completed its task of G
aing crossing the Danube and battles have stag
developed to the west along the front thni
t n of the River Save. sett
aus, Berlin asserts that the Germans not
he have captured thus far in the opera- to
tions fourteen officers and 1,.42 men _ap
and seventeen guns. Near Obreo
vats, on the Save front, the Serbs say ws
lhur- the Germans are using asphysiating ed.
iana gas in abundance. ties
sago Further progress for the allied gas
stain- forces against the Germans in the gus
a the Artois and Champagne regions is of
L K. claimed by Paris, but elsewhere along (
eans the line from Belgium to the German I
i re- frontier only artillery engagemeant thi
ation have been fonught A pgain in ground m
f the on the road between Souches and An- viI
m e- gres. the capture of a blockhouse in
pt. 29 the Givenchy wood in Artols and the I
eriod taking of a German fortified work
fte near Tahare, in Champagne, are claim- m
ded a ed by Paris.
In the western theater of war the 00
Germans renewed their attacks on the by
Sallied trenches before Loom, France, to
a the but, according to a Prench official pa
at the statement, these assaults were check- as
Batur- ed and the Teutons were driven back 00
clos- to their own trenches. Concerning
Id. An- the fighting in this district Sir John
4 mix- French reports thy northeast of Loom
d 43.28 the British have pushed their trenches Di
's roe- steadily forward in spite of the w
aooney enemy's artillery fire and have gain- a
eaing ed around var. ing from 500 to 1,000
5. Bob yards in depth. L
Swhen un the eastern front no strlikng
opdur- gains are recorded. The Oermans g
r. claim to have captured by storm Rus- di
sian positions on a front of two and
two-thirds miles near Dvtnsk. South
nce by west of Plack the Teutons have taken
,000,00 sveral villages by storm.
at loan - _
a trans- World's SeriH Resulta s. p
h com- Boston, Massu.--Followiag is the re- CI
United sit of the world's series baseball
by J. P. ames after fourth same played at
red by Boston Tuesday:
senting Team- Games. Played. Lost. P.C. 5
he sale Boston ......... 4 3 1 .750 '
Philadelphia .... 4 1 3 .50 1
s General Banderas Deerts Villa.
SO'Con El Paso, Te-Genersal Juan Ban
Median deras, the Zapata chief recently aP
d Cross, pointed Villa governor oft Sinaloa and
nrotions sent from Chihuahua City with a force
he Bed of 2,000 soldiers to peep that state,
lae the has renounced allegiana to General
Villa, accordin4 to advice'.
pie I Earth Tremor PFel Itl.
Se ede- Dmae-An emrtbmtu
at ·1* fat it nISMght Tr rae8
Irs hen sumet
IUARANTINIE NOW OURUERE Well
AGAINST ILLINOIS CATTLE
sir. I t
Because of the Foot and Mouth DI. suffirring
ease the Governor of Texas stomach.
Takes Action. Old I'r
of a mis
Austin, Tex.--Ieesuse of foot and
mouth disea":e in illinois, Governor
Ferguson Tuesday issued a proclamae- a
tion placing a quarantine against the "A fed
importation of cattle, shee.p, other responde
ruminants and swine from Illinolis into
Texas, either by rail or otherwise, the
proclamation to become effective Oc
tober 20. All cattle, sheep. other
ruminants and swine originating out
side of Illinois. but which are unload
ed for any purpose at any point with
in that state, will be cla.ssed the same of fatt
as if they originated within Illinois his sig
and will be prohibited from entering pears
Horses, mules and jacks, originating aion I
within Illinois or without that state, It
but moved into or unloaded therein nefari
for any purplse, may be shipped into shouk
Texas, provided the feet, lower part only f
of legs, manes and tai:- of such ant- that f
mals are thoroughly washed with a $ the ar
per cent solution of carbolic acid or 2 I
per cent solution of cresol compound,
U. S. P., under the direct supervision
of a state or federal veterinarian be
fore loading aboard cars. Clean and
disinfected cars must be used for hair-re
transportation of all such live stock day to
and must be placarded and way bills old thi
marked accordingly, and all railroad
,f live stock cars entering Texas from tenses
Illinois must be properly placarded to
show that they have been thoroughly my he
cleaned and disinfected. barber
It is expected that fourteen other "W
states will place a similar quarantine tie ha
td against Illinois. bald a
d SANTA FE WILL ASSUME re
ALL ARDOMORE CLAIMS are
t Will Settle All Death, Personal In. C
m jury and All Property Follow
es Ardmore, Ok.-All claims of death. Th,
or personal injury and property loss re great
t'u sutling from the disaster recently will and
ed be assumed by the Santa Fe Railway semne
sh Company, adjustments to be made by other
re the railway company as soon as the Nothl
nd merits of the individual cases can be nurse
ng determined. Sal
lu- Mayor Mullen has been informed by Addry
' the company that it is not inclined to Bostc
wait for the judgmeat of the courts
ia- In fixing the liability for the exple
- which took a lie toll of forty- 81
persons and damaged property Atlas
i5 a extent of $50,gO0 by theen- is th
to plosion ot a task car of gasoline. ley,
ed The mayor has appointed a commit- Lot
a tee ofa six business and professional sixty
the men to act as a "compromise commit- of ti
s tee." This committee is to report all retir
cases of death, injury and property rec
old loss to the Santa Fe company, and im- 2,00(
uth mediate cash settlement will be made was
a upon a reasonable basis. City
of George Henshaw, member of the went
ave state corporation commission, stated e
rot that the Santa Fe company's offer to navy
settle out of court all just claims will canI
ms not cause the corporation commissio little
OM to abandon its plan to investigate the land
an explosion. the
lon- "The purpose of the tnvwetlgatlo
sal so far as the commission is ooncern
tis ed, will be to determine whether addi- ,
tanal regulations for the handling of sap
Ied gasoline will be necessary to afe ate
the guard the public against a repetition T
Iis of the disaster," said Mr. Henshaw. med
ong City officals have expremsed them- T
n slvesa uas pleased with the actin T
tats the Santa Pe, and believe that i n,
n ad most cases a compromise settlement #
An- llbe agreed to. one
the Mere Cooerns In Stel Combine.
work New York. - Announcement ws
lin- made this week that the Midvale
Steel and Ordnance Company, a $100,
r the 00,000 corportaon recently orgaised g
a the by William E. Corey, had, in addition tn
e. to purchaslng the Midvale 8teel Com
tcal peny, acquintred three other concerm
heck- sad had secured an option on 00,
back 000,000 tons of iron ore
ruing ------------. r
John Aged Suffragist Passes Away.
loos Portland, Ore.-Mrs. Abigall Bcott e
ches Dunlway, known as "the mother of to:
the woman suffrage in Oregon," died Mon
gain- day, aged l1.
Le Cattle 8ales Made at Anahuse.
riking Anahsac, Tex.-Cattle salesUr
m rss ptingl around $50,000 have been made t
aue* during the past week by AuhLnhm t
'o ad pore.
taken Well Known Publisher DISe
t. Lnoes, Mo.-Daniel M. Hoeu4
pnresident of the Globe Publishing Com
pany and publisher of the St. Lnuls
the re- Globe-Democrat, died Sunday.
ld Big Shipment of Hogs Made.
Pearsall, Tex.-A record-breaking a
it. P.c. shipment of hog bha been recorded
.750 when 1,00 head were "Vhipped from
50 Floresville during the past week.
. President Wilson is to Be Marriod.
W Ban- Washington. - Woodrow Wilsob
B a president of the United 8tats, an
le and nounced Wednesday his engagement
a face to Mrs. Norman Gait of Washington.
t state, The date of the wedding has not been
lnerl fixed, but it probably will take place
advisesin December at the home of the bride.
sly. Fmel intedi t Is ea.
NIgg o Frrnee.-1 ars, tihe
15 enr S lied Memeal. Ie wad
herrn fn rMF ta 18JL
"'ell. how !di you :.u,'' . ~ ith
your first 4dianosis? Did yvo pruoit
by my adv i..
The Younu Doctor-1 t!ink I did.
sir. I toll the patitent that he \\·
suffering r'mtn a comnhin;tion on lier,
stomach. heart. lung andt brain tr,unllb'.
Ohl Pra, it ionr-- (t0un' No a;tll
of a mistak ;h,'lr.--tr:Y Strni .
Graduating by Post.
"Da1. n:., a l st er:' t te'"
"A 1llow who oetnerg.,a fram a cor
r I respondence sc'hob l. I ilagille.
The Kind You Have Always Bought.
T III is the caution applied to the public announcement of Ca:tori:L that
has been mmanufacturted under tile suprvisilon of Itas. 11. l letchher for
over 30 years-the genuine Castoria. We respectfully call the. :attention
of fathers and mothers when purchasing Castoria to ,e that thle wrapper bears
his signature in black. When the wrapper is remove'd the same cignature ap
pears on both sides of the bottle in red. Parents who have used castoria for
their little ones in the piast years need no warning against coiiiterfeits and
imitations, but our present duty is to call the attention of the yiunger gener
ation to the great danger of intrwlucing into their families spurious medicines.t
It is to be regrett, i that there are people who are now engaged in the
nefarious busines ri-f ultting up and selling all sorts of substitutes, or what
should more properly b, tern.i.t ,ounterfeits, for nmedicinal preparations not
only for aldlts, buot -wor, yet, fr children's tnmdicines. it there.ore devolves
on the mother to scrulillize cloýcly what she gives her child. Adults can do
that for themselves, but the child has to rely on t
the mother's watchfulnays.
Genaine Castoria always bears the signature of - I<-
Just as He Had Said.
"You remember selling me some A
hair-restorer ~when I called the other blaci
* day to get shaved, you hoary-headed how
old thief?" roared the indignant cus. fourt
tomer. "You sold it under false pre- nati
tenses, sir. You said it would restore shoo
my head to its original condition." shot
"Well, didn't it work?" asked the case
barber. a b
"Work? No. It's taken off what lit- three
tle hair I used to have, and I am as Whe
bald as the pavement now." pen(
"That's quite right, sir. No false "I
pretense about that. I said it would rem
restore your head to its original condi
tion. and you know, sir, most of us plies
are born bald." gun.
CUTICURA SOAP BATHS G
Followed by a Little Ointment for can
Baby's Tender Skin. Trial Free.
h, They afford infants and children The
f great comfort, permit rest and sleep car
Il and point to speedy healment of ec- pe
By semas, rashes, itchings, chafings and
by other sleep destroying skin troubles. ab<
he Nothing better at any price for the Gel
be nursery and toilet a t
Sample each free by mail with Book.
by Address postcard, Cuticura, Dept XIT,
to Boston. Sold everywhere.-Adv. an
4I0 Six Million Miles Afloat.
tr Six million miles or more on the
't Atlantic highway without shipwreck
si is the record of Howard Ernest Hins
ley, purser of the American liner St.
iW Louis. Having reached the age of
Mal sixty, he gave notice, on the last trip
sit- of the vessel, of his determination to
all retire from the sea. He claims the
rtF record of having crossed the Atlantic
im- 2,000 times. His first call to the deep
de was in 1867 as a mate's boy on the
City of Baltimore. A year later he o0
the went to the City of Antwerp, and aft
td erward for two years he was with the
'to navy. He was a purser on the Amerl
i can line for 23 years. Mr. Hinsley has a
4 little farm up near DI)umries, Scot
the land, and expects to end his days n
Tried Both. n
ddi- The Widow-If you married again I g
of suppose you would want a woman of
do The Widower-Yes, but just about ta
l The Widow-Medium? a
s s The Widower-Yes. My first wife P
Swas a strong-minded woman and my
set second was a weak-minded woman and
one's about a bad as t'other.-Judge.
For the Human System.
wa Fr cuts, burns, bruises, stiff eek,
vale oe throat, sprains, lame back and
10,- bunions, use Hanford's Balsam of
used Myrrh. It is guaranteed. It is for a
ition ternal se only. Always have a bottle
Oi eon hand, ready for accidents. Adv.
00,- The Haughty Help.
"Do you miss the summer board
Ft "Kind o'," replied Farmer Corntos
tt ee "A summer boarder is right com
3r of fortin' to have around from time to
Mon- time. He aint nigh so bossy n' faurlt
nadin' as the hired men."
huso. No Compromlse.
"Is Jiggers consistent in his vege
shi "I should say he is. Why, he
won't even eat cabbage because t i
so intimately associated with erned
nouis "Do you know, I think Dick acts
rather bashful when he's with you?"
"Maybe so, but you should see him
a. when we are where no one can see
from Paw Still on the Job.
Little Lemuel-What's a book-worm.
rPed aw~ It's a thatbwould rather
digest a book by eating it than by read
a, an- ins it.
Sprutan Women Suffered UntoM Tortume
ton but who wants to be a Spartan? Take
-t been "femalna" for all female dilordrs.
plae s Sge and $1.00.-Av.
There are all kinds of champs, t
oluding the one who hasu a ship tat.
ad. toed em hs arm.
I Thee Is no 'eutl iapuismemu
,,. . .. .- . , .
"\Whon w. \ý;ut t t,, .;a s~omethtng
that w, 1iit di air !y t 1nie1 .,. we
"\a t I '1 " .. .: 't t, say
r l"' ~ t i - 1 t ti
80I1111't 11 ,' ""
."\Vh . tin UI, s,, \ 'i . ut ul: a!
ready flr ,i tiht r trij,.
A writer gives a little sketch of
black and white in Natal. lie tells
how he came across a white boy. some
fourteen years old. and a group of raw
natives playing a game. They were
shooting with an old muzzle-loading
shotgun at a bottle on the top of a
case. When the youngster smashed
a bottle he received a "tickey" (a
threepenny bit) from the natives.
When a native hit it he received three
pence from the boy.
"That seems a funny sort of game."
remarked the witness to the boy.
"Oh. the game's all right, sir," re
plied the lad. "You see, I load the
Warrior of Today.
George Wharton Pepper said at a
luncheon at the Pittsburgh training
camp for officers:
"The methods of warfare have
changed enormously in the past year.
The sword, for example, is no longer
carried. The sword has quite disap
peared from war.
"A story comes from the Argonne
about a French chasseur who took a
German officer prisoner. The cha: st, .r,
a boy. a tyro, said to the officer:
"'Give up your sword.' "
"But the officer shook his head and
" 'I have no sword to give up. But ,
won't my vitriol spray, my oil projecr
k tor or my gas cylinder do as will.
Are They Still Friends?
The young women present were dli
cussing their ages. And one of the
"I don't know what it is about my º
ic appearance, but everybody always
guesses me a lot younger than I really
And another of the girls answered,
e oh, so sweetly:
rt "Oh, that's after they have heard
you talk, isn't it, dear?"
a Acting in One Lesson.
"Do you think I could learn to be a
y moving-picture actor?"
"Sure you could. Just remember
this one thing: A heaving chest da
notes surprise, fear, hate or any other
emotion."-Louisville Courler-JoUI -.
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