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[Oj Wyn Ij IwOT rl nil f / |o3f I V** 1 w i em II «Ll GENERAL BYNG Lieut.-Gen. Sir Julian Hedworth Byng, hero of the hour in Great Brit ain, is 55 years "old. He was the sev enth son of the second Earl of Staf ford and entered the British military service when he was 21, joining the 10th Royal Hussars. Byng was in imand of the British forces in Egyih wffln the-war broke out, and he was called back for service. He had then been decorated three times for service in the Soudan expedition and in South Africa. "> Byng was made a major general in 1909 and his high qualities of leader ship, displayed during, this year, won him the lieutenant generalship he now holds. His wife, Mrs. Marie. Evelyn Byng, is author of two well-known books, Carriers” and “Anne of the Marsh land.” Byng succeeded General Henry Al lenby in command of the British Third Army, when Allenby was sent to Egypt, last June. . He was in command of the Canadian corps up to the time he went to the Third Army. He was put in command of the Canadians in May, 191, after his return from the Dardanelles, where he commanded the Ninth Corps in the later stages of the ill-fated campaign The Canadians were still under Byng when they captured Vimy Ridge last spring. A Good Fellow \ Dy Malt Mason, x I’m feeling punk like, a pile of junk, and 1 don’t know what to do; I've spent my cash and acted rash and now I’m feeling blue. My money came, my friends the same, to help me spend my dough; I was never ' wrong, life was like a song while I*had the "chink” to blow. I awoke one morn, my money was gone and I hocked my watch and chain> I pock eted my lends and looked for my . friends but I hunted them ail in vain. Now I am broke, people call me a joke and they laugh as they hear me bellow. I have »sown my wild oats and they call me a dope for trying to be a good fellow. In Canada, after the adoption of the ! two-cent rate for postal cards and the ' three-cent rate for letters, the sale of picture postals at the Woolworth stores decreased one-half. Page 14 SOLDIERS! YOU APPRECIATE GOOD FOOD, PROPERLY PREPARED, DON’T YOU ? AND THE BEST PART OF IT It Is Reasonably Priced! You Serve Yourself Direct From Our Sanitary Steam Tables—We Put the Money That We Would Ordinarily Pay to Waiters into QUALITY, and You Arc Doubly Benefited. Accommodation For Two Hundred. NO CROWDING. NO WAITING. LIPOT’S CAFETERIA 851 BROAD STREET. AUGUSTA, GA. MESS SERGEANTS, ATTENTION ! FOR FISH AND OYSTERS CALL ON THE BIG WHOLESALE HOUSE FRESH ARRIVALS DAILY NORFOLK OYSTERS. PHONE OR CALL AUGUSTA FISH CO. 1115 Fenwick Street. Phone 2666. , - —.— IRENCH A b!D CAM! UNDELIVERED MAIL. Letters for Wm. E. Huffman and Howard Acton, both addressed to Y. M. C. A., Camp Hancock, lie unclaimed at the Y. M. C. A. administration build ing. It is probable they belong to some soldiers in the camp and they may be had any time by calling for them. SEND— THE AUGUSTA HERALD With all the news of the Camp and the city’s happen ings, back to the home folks in i Pennsylvania. 60 CENTS A MONTH. Sign' and Mail the Coupon. THE AUGUSTA HERALD AUGUSTA, GA. Send The Augusta Herald months, for which I enclose7 . (at the rate of 60 cents a month) to the following address: 'Name Street and No City and State Kindly notify party that the paper is being sent with the compliments of the under signed. Name Co. and Regt Camp Hancock. re nd .your _ (C/ T3 VERY young man who’s join /X. nOmB / ed Uncle Sam’s army or / ft X navy will make the old folks B back home mighty happy by surprising them with his photo graph. Photographs make the best ® Christmas gifts .for those we love and who love us. WE DEVELOP FILMS. E. QUARLES, Photographer 842 BROAD STREET. PHONE 462. I AM A PENNSYLVANIA BOY 02 o ! o £ g 3 ov-ov 13 iviY MUTTO” L. J. PALMERI 7«* BROAD STREET. 310 JACKSON ST. Haye You Written MOTHER SOLDIER BOY C&. —or havfe you failed . to send your weekly I “chat” for lack of 1 STATIONERY? Attention Our line Army Men £ ne Wriling Paper WE SPECIALIZE Novelties,Gifts, Kodaks, on Films, Flash Lights, Army Printed Post Cards and Athletic Forms Goods (A. G. Spalding) Ruling' Famous Line —Binding Is Complete. —Printing. _WE_ TO WITT’S DO DEVELOPING J w t t a x a kJ Send Us The Handsomest and YOUR FILMS Largest Stationery Store in the city. WHEN SHALL WE EXPECT A CALL FROM YOU, SOLDIER BOY ? You’re Welcome. low ITT ’S 864 Broad Street. i Augusta, Ga. Dec. 5, 1917.