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ï~~_Think of him whez he has come safely through a hell of flame and fight. Perhaps he has seen is own "buddy" torn to death by a shellhis lieutenantsoet by a sniper. He has received hls baptism of fire; he knows what this war means. Don't you think he needs some place to go lifter tat-some place where he can see with his own eyes that there are stilthlin the world books and music, and, miracle of miracles, women, women from the United States if America, who bake him cookies, and._ putcol ored parper shades over the light-bulbs?.. Don't you think when for weeks he has been billeted in a barn, overrun with-, rate and vermin, when he has slept in his clothes--that he needs a place to go where t is clean an warn 'd dry? Do you wonderthat-it -warms his heart and putsoI fht-into his spirit to feel that -the fOiks who sent him to war have made it possible to get UIU Q U.UAw 4 4AAACAA 'tuo o U Â~VLrVV some o l the strain of this grim business of war have -either built or rented 3,6090 separate buildings for the sake of our soldiers, sailors and marines. There is a but in every cantoment where soldiers come direct from their family life. There are boys who never slept away from home a night in their lives until they were drafted. There are huts at the Atlantic ports where they- set 1sail and huts at the foreign ports where they leave the transports--ports which have been rest places for men who had no place --to go when they wanted to go somewhere. Have you any idea what these huts and all that go with them cost -what it means, in dolars - 7bd cents to build them and keep -them heated---.to_ put tons of letter paper into them, ad cake chocolate to fill up a hdl!aw young man with a sweet tooth to provide workers to run them? t uLuuS.L UJi&-tu Uev I - L tL'URCggiicsIVAUL 5 II'u Wt&LUUL CAULutS. TnOe who have just -Jolied hands, who rules and regulations regarding have said: " What does it. matter burials er- not observed strictly whether we are Jews or qatholics enough by the population of Muor Protestants--the presldbnt of, nlch, says the Neueste Nachrichten, the United States has asked us to Accoiding to a report published by work together to help the boys win the mayor's office, there were 936 the war-it's-the biggest cause the men buried in Prince Albert coats world ever knew, this winning of and 1,300 men buried in sack the war, and we want the biggest coats -during the year, while' 136 sum of money that ever was given women were buried in lk and wofn wre urieid.in silk 'and to support it-$170,500,000." 2,132 in woolen dresses. There is no peace in sight-.yet. in- Munich the custom of hiring To make the world safe Germany women who attend to washing and must be thoroughly licked. Mil- dressing the dead Is in vogue. lions more men are going over to These women, the official attenddo the job. 't- o provide for their Lants of the dead, have been ordered comfort, to back. them up, to light by the mayor to refuse their servhome fires wherever they go-that ives wherever they are asked to is what, the money is for.. put into a coffin a corpse clothed It's going to be easy to give, in anything but paper. These proeasy to.o without things we want, fessional women are held responpieasy nbt to spend a red- cent exeept ble for the exeution of the edict. for food and shelter and clothes In order to facilitate matters it Whtch Wiltcover us... whch will cover us. has beeh proposed to Inaugurate It's going, to be easy-because a wactivit onthe-part of te of that boy we miss most. ' a ate. l the o loth ingpar Wo tnby and left byo a person deceased is SFANS HETTED rnedover to the aithorWS, MANAGER SAYS teme for the body. Thus no more of these preclous textile materials are to be buried with the dead was the instantaneous reply of a - -- - Sflligan company mother, and a 0 third company with Miss Edith atr tun, captain and. Mrs. L. A. Gray, company mother. The G. V. A. classes In military! a drill will meet Monday evenitgs at 6:45 and,',45 o'clock in the Yeo-I man hall and on Tuesday evening 10 Sat- 7:45 o'clock. Th4 classes will. d be in charge of Captain aHinneman e of Cainp Dodge and are open to all a. dVA. members. a, The allotment of 792 shbirts for Belgians, assigned to" the G. V... organization by, the garment-making department of the Red Cross, is a completed, the entire number iavte ing been returned Friday and yesSterday to the assembling room in the Y. M. C. A. The committee, t, under the direction 'of Mrs. E. A.. Slininger Inspected the wor:k and I bbont willegiven to the 6- captains w ose "she k done the most perfect' work. It is 1l-teres tonotethat o-re ceipt of three service ribbons the f girls are given promotions in rank. In the cookie campaign last week 11 the oG. V. A. organization, donated y 30L000 cookies,.averaging.more y than one dozen to each girl L. APPETITES OF MOV] BY LACK OF SHO n R - Ilm H. s E............. AVo'0a dp _ roUls womat behind the coune rinBi us usinS' As the city library. "The demand for Big Rus bsness books, since the closing order went Soon A s Quarantine for into et~. amounts almost to a stampede. Thousands of strange Flu is Lifted. faces are lining up at this counter. daily, seeking literary substitutes for movie thrills. What are the movie fans all do- OWhat class of literature? Fcing while the theaters are closed on tion----of the 'popular' variety. account of the "flu,' and what will iProblem novels are in greatest d.be the after effect of going for two rand, particularly those' hath ve weeks without a glimpse of fasci- L p r ose that have nating Douglas, excruciating Char- been dramatized and filmed. Suppose they are reading up on the lie, bewitching Mary, thrilling stories which they have visualized Theda--or whomsoever else may on the screen. Oh, no; there is no happen to bethe particular film god appreciable increase in the demand or goddess that attracts one irre- for books on domestic science, the INMv s, tothnvras, arts, or technical subjects." Two Women After Seats in American Senate -L SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 26.Two women from the far west are working day and njght- to secure enough votes to place them in the United States sente. Miss Anne Martin,. of Reno, Nev., and Miss Jeannotte Rankin of Helena, Mont., now a member of congress, are the aspirants for the houor of being the first women to sit in this legislative hall of the nation. Miss Ilankin was the first woman to sit in the lower house. Both women hold university degrees, having studied both in AmerIea and European institutions. Both are ardent supporters of equal suf "Psychological effect?" repeated......... Se t " r p a e L an - Woolgar-- " 11 public safety. "I don't know what effect the closing- order will haveon the movie fans; but when the theaters reopen they've got to pay more attention to the matter of keeping the red lights burning at allthe emergency exits." -i T dent, executive, professor, traveller, lecturer--artist and--athlete~ Sle. is an expert horsewoman and at one time held the state singles tennis championslip of Nevada Both women pissed~ their girlhood in the outdoors. F F:. Judginj have broi held in should re; fur sales more or ] Kuhlmc sales yeax inal price ment wit nlair fi Econ The we point whi ity coats much ad Fur Coat! of a fewr in a Fur ( Within Y( women w but a few tendehcy. -- _ -'.:_T- _-_---___ ----T::TT..:.7- T "-.._, II to I id out-are,plantrawing cards to reoPen--and are loose screws in. tre to accommons erowds. ALL DINING ROOM and BED ROOM SUITS will be closed out at cost and freight. BeginninoMmday, Oct..28th UNITED ST. G. M "DOO, I CmIoAGO, Bi ILE NOW splend aWi bae W was BIG IH Yore thm. choice wstwr, tht bi avai teem, with as ates:asta the ir st Dee iaswtA Uetira WD Po ofts o ww AP1.ue ***Do t 0a4 brO 440tethe v*) 210-14 "f to Suite are in Mahogany, Walnmut, Oak and Enamel. he Are makes of only the beat' no~n factorie! arlme, ng See windonws for prices ser THE DAR WIN COAPANY

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