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Nov. 28, 1917.
Professor Foster’s French Lesson TRAVEL Viola la gare. Vwalah lah gar. There is the railway station. La gare est au bout tie boulevard a droite. Lah gar ay toh boo dull boolvar ah drwaht. 1 he station is at the end of the boulevard to the right. prend-on les billets pour Paris? O phahng tong lay beeyay poor Paree? w here do we get tickets for Paris? Au premier guichet, au bout du hall, a droite. Oh prummeeay geeshay oh boo dee ahl ah drwat. At the first window at the end of the room to the right. Lonnez-moi une deuxieme pour Paris, s - il vous plait. 1 >onnay rnwa een durzee-em poor Paree seel voo play. tove a second-class ticket for Paris, please. btie premiere Lyons, aller et retour, s’il vous plait. Len pruhmeeair Ueeong, alay ay ruhtoor seel voo play. A first-class round trip ticket to Lvons, please. Ou est notre train? Oo ay no.r trang? IVhere is our train? Avez-vous achete vos billets? Ah voo zashtay voh beeyay? Have you bought your tickets? Ou allons-nods Q’ici? Oo along noo deesee? Where do we go from here? Paut-il changer de train? Foh teel shannzhay dull trang? Must we change cars? Non, restez dans ce train jusqu'a I’arrivee a Paris. Nong. rustay dang suh trang zheeskah larivay ah Paree. No, stay on this train until you reach Paris. Comment s’appelle cette ville? Kommong sappell set veel? What is the name of this city? Ou est la salle d'attente? Oo ay lah sail datant? Where is the waiting-room? ——- —y ' • Fifteen lashes will be given three pickpockets in Wilmington Saturday and ten the following week, after which they will go to prison for six years. KING’S ~ KING’S ] “A MODERN DRUG STORE” ALL STANDARD PROPRIETARY AND PATENT MEDICINES AT LOWEST PRICES. EVERYTHING PURE AND FRESH. EVERYTHING THE SOLDIER NEEDS k ai ? d / es » Shaving Soaps, Waterman’s Fountain Pens, Perfumes, Pipes, Flashlights, 1 diet Articles, Shaving Brushes, Sterno Kitchenettes, Cigars, Thermos Kits, Stationery, traveling Cases, Hair Brushes, Thermos Bottles, Cigarettes, Drinking Cups, Tooth Brushes, Saiety Razors, Combs, Military Brushes. «ssj§« Tobacco, Sterno Stoves, Toilet Soaps, TRY A DRINK AT OUR SODA FOUNTAIN We invite you to make this “Your Drug Store” and feel perfectly at home. Any information gladly given. | : SPECIAL For the convenience of Soldiers at Camp Hancock we have estab lished a quick Motor-Cycle Delivery. Phone orders promptly filled. t) KING’S PHARMACY (J§) ' 13th and Broad Sts. - - - Phone 615 TRENCH AND CAMP The Three Musketeers (By Oswald Smith, Merion, Pa.) Tune of “John Bro-wn’s Body.” “John Bull’s Army has a helping hand to lend; John Bull’s Army has a country to de fer,'! ; John Bull’s Army has the Prussian pride to bend; So his boys go marching on.” CHORUS. “Glory! Glory; Hallelujah! “Glory! Glory; Hallelujah! Glory! Glory! Hallelujah!” “One for All and All for One.” Uncle Sam’s Army did not seek this bloody war; Uncle Sam’s Army fights for freedom — shore to shore; Uncle Sam's Army strikes for honor — more and more; So his boys go marching on. Jacques Poilu’s Army suffers bravely for the right; Jacques Poilu’s Army does not fear the German might; John and Sam and Jacques will see its panic-stricken flight: So their boys go marching on. rsCOUPONra. 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I’ll always have the same recollection Os your sweet little face with its rosy complexion. The many happy moments I’ve spent with you Will always be fresh in my memory’s view. The first impression I had of you Was beautiful; like the last and really true. Your bright smiling eyes Seemed like stars in the skies; Your cheeks were like roses, The fairest of flowers; Your hair was as soft as the summer’s breeze; Your Ups were sweet, like the honey gathered by bees. A beautiful, picture of love in repose Radiated to me from your head to your toes. Words fail to describe what I consider your due, When I speak of my first and my last impressions of you. —Henry D. Cox, Headquarters Co., 109th U. S. Inf. Smith Brothers Co. Wholesale Grocers Most Complete Line of Camp Supplies in the City. WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS. Phones: 3068 and 566. 922 Walker Street. Page 9 jj|i