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June 13, 1918

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THURSDAY JV\E 13, 191S THE P V PAGC SEVEN. AMERICAN MARiNES DIST MGU1SH THEMSELVES 4fter the fl'st picture vrf-pn tio IN TrS DESPERATE FIGHliNG ON THE MARNE lights lia I regti and I r # \ 'X neil _-eat sa isfaUion ibo n e r i c a u p ibl c 1 ii id of th \ j i o u s r o n u u t p t i I n i l d M i l s n a n n in th rim b a t t l e of the M a r n c \ h i 0 e dt ac 1 PIPIH Q M en uf tin, r i b i hen s h o v i on i i to the r i o n t "dvantu^e of the opportunity to *· the \si loas tvpes of people In place ira nay spat i hid n spit oh icf to ee n t m n i l \t m table i lore UTS i C n i in M 1 c n s c* f er \ i t l i J m o ' « d C ss r u r o Hi i \\» t on \ t no I h i o or .ion [ G "* i rst for \ r - n I 3* In Hi h bj mi I 1) I - 1 ! ( i d r l i o s v urs_s t do t v, j ] o n_ ir I i r«5t lino -curb c ""1 i Gcriian «- I li r« a t n c c. j t f b e-i v ( re \ t r\ Q i^t ir i | 1 i \ dranl bocl I nt on " tnnnjj t*i MS \\e* htit t ·"* 1 ilarlts r i ii"h bonsirg of J j As T s-it t re \ tb n i "m 0 those G rin m oilic r 1 I \ 1 it tbe^ w o n d h i ^ i I v l i L t a oh mop f h IP 1 i (*"iptxl 1 r tMi offi r I r j 1 1 p sen Hi L, o m If 1 i thought of tho UK r * I v, ' ' in r t 11 1 s innpo ir I M n 1 il) r T ) 1 i isllh i l l UI 1 I O It I ^\or IK] s= ( H P -or ' untn n f t \ l J I 1 )\ r I im\o ] \\ Pi i c npi i 1 f c i ., ^~ nr I ^ i t h i LO ! i I m h i i I h d cnjo ec u il i I "d pnssol n ni hi ^h in rnj ! fc as ! n I In f e fn e j nd i i f ,_r m u 1 u-*. iv b i l l K \ P ' n ,, ib CARRY TELEPHONE ON TRAIN Simple Method by Which Wlreo on Car Are Connected With Tbo»» A l o n g the Track, At f i r s t bought t i e amouncement tl t i C nnacmn bis imentfMl a telephone for use on trains toems mar- ^?lou= but i la reiP} qu te simple- J h c T it % i'-es of the phono on tho truj i re fasten I to i shaft which ia^ r lir of ooked ^ ires at the top f] -( at o- 1 oo! ovor the main lino \ ir h it run I j n ^ f i o e the railroad \\\ mo the sooner I cultivated tho «nrao q; of indi^eri- ice tho hotter i l e nhle to CT IT off the pait I Slin sit K^I to nc im l ! b TM n^xt to hi n I WT-. hop n£ th it ntl t r cull Inn;, ^ ou d occupy tho reiinn n£ t \ o pits at nn t u b t btcuusi, I dul not rel s i tilt IL, j of hn \lut, o -l tbrnu^h tliL t-hnv. w i t ! G nnaa sold ia v i t h i n a f e w ff l oj nn Tlmt w o u l d tcrt linly t ilo H t nt \\us ^red in Pn,. h \ t «ioi crt t y i If'ST e fo the e\en j attn ct ittea Ion to 11 ni Inr ! vo 3 i p rm tl j t c ime In the door si u t \M i t c m nj, n rn\ dl ort n I ( nn t snpp SP t! t. re u i- n n^l "ol di ^ IK d i d n t ft eyes. Tu t b* r thoy lowered t i o lights t\n C»erm JD f 3 CM s atered They «ton i at i l o door fn- i moment look In,, tl *· [ I ice uvf i Then il e inudc n b t r h r i p ti n i tin tl or \\\i m I to hla scat -- \ U u y ro I ,j d "ectl n and I n ast ! Uear stilted to t eit a Pr*c» Uct of Drinks O'Brien Picked Up at a Free Motion Picture Show in a Beer Gard«n. But to return to ray experience 1 cooceflled in the house. Vfter the visit of the soldiers, which left tbe boose to a wretched condition I decided that I would continue mv jour iwy towards the frontier, partirn 'v aa Iliad gotten oil 1 con d out t liger. or rather he had gotten i he ires going to get oat of me, Daring my concealment In tho house I had made various sorties Into the city at Bight, and I was- bt^mn'ng to feel more comfortable e\en when Ger man soldiers were ab ut. Thronjjh the fceyfaole I had =?tTidiea very closely the gait of tbe Belgians; th slovenly droop that characterized most of them, and their generri appearance, and I felt tbet in my own dirty and un Shaven condition I must have looted as much lite the average poor Be rfan as a man could The oul thm" that was against me was my IwAght 1 Tsas Several Inches tnller ^an even tbe tallest Belgians. I had rften thought that red hair vooJd ha e gone good with my name, bat nov of coarse I was mighty glad ti.at 3 was not so endowed, for red-haired BelsJtms are ftbont as raro as German charirj There are many, no doubt, who will wonder why I did not grt more help than I did at this time It is easily answered. "When a man Is Jn bcnrly fear of Ws life and tbe c inntry is all of spies, as Belgium certainly was, ue Is not going to help just anyone that conies along seeking aid. One of tbe German'* most successful ways of trapping the Belgians has ben to pose as an English or French prisoner wbo has escaped, appeal to them for aid impli cate as many as possible, and then turn the whole German police force loose on tLcm As I look b«cb on those days I thlnl It remarkable that I received as much help -is I did, but when people are ^tiirrin; under the conditions now forced ujvm thofct an fortunate people it Is a treat *cfliipta tton to surrender these escaped prisoners to German authorities and re- celTe the handsome rev irds offered for them--or for alien spies, as I, ^ as clashed at ttmr time. The passpcrt which T b-ji de^crlbod me as a Spanish Bailor bat ! was yery dnb^Oiis about Its doe If I could hare cpokea Sl«ani.sh fluenily it Etight have been worth fc.siaethi'U to me but the few w orcls I smttv. of the Ifljasnag* "wwild not have carried mo Terr far I* I ha-d lK?ea e*oiijrtrfitel with s Spanish interpreter I dee'ded to Tjse tlie papsport only as a lost resort t/» act tbe par- of a deaf nnd dumb Belgian pea c «int as far as \ r Troultl carry me Before T finally left the honse I had a n mir^able experlenc« which I shall remember as long as I l i v e CHAPTER XIV A Nlgnt of Dissipation Daring the fl-st two days I spent with Huyliscr nf er I bid fi-st arri\ed n tbe big citj be hud told me aiuung other Lblns 0 of a movin., picture sboi\ ia to^ n wbicX be ^ild ' might havt a ehait e to see while thi,re It is free "\ery night n tbe wee iicept SacurdaiS and Sundu'v? he salil and once vou aie l-^lde jou would not be apt to be bothered bj anjone eicept when the; come to taLe vour ordor for sometbfng to dr.nk. \Vhila there Is no addition patruis are orpeKited to eat or drLaU while co joying tbo pictures" A day or two Icier vh'lc waiting the streets Dt night in "earch for food T had po^ed this place an I w a s very raurh tempted to go in end spend a few hours particnlarlj as It wonld 1 *»rbaps ffiTC rae an ot»portnalry to buy ^oiiethinK to eat, although. I was at a loss to knou bow I was going to ask for « h u t I wanteJ While trying to m i k o up my mlnO whether it was «afe f or rae to go In I walkod half a I lock past the plac» ind when I turned back again and reached the entrance with my mind made up that I would tal-e the chance I ran full tilt Into a German officer who wisjast coming oaL That settled all ray h n nkcrlnps for moving pictures that ni^ht \Vbcrc you came frpra my friend " I figured, **Uiere must he more Uke i o n ' I guess It is a qood nhtbt for walking." Tlie nezt dav however in recalling tbe 'nddent of the crcnins before. It st-emed to me that I bad been rather foolish. What I needed more than anything els« nt that time was confi drace Before t could get to tbe fron tier I would hare to confront Germ m xldlers many times because there wv.re more of them between this dtr and Hollind th^n n j ^ j t-pcdoa of the couiiTy tbron^h which. I had so far traveled. Safety In hos* coitlng «nci« would dppend lorg ly upon the calmness J dispMved It wotildn t do to get all excited it the mere sf^ht of n epikwj helmet I he Bclguns. 1 had noticed, while care'u' to ob3 the orders of tbe EUms c io%rcl tio parttc uln.r fear of tliern and It seemed to For this reason I made t-p my nAnd rnd tnere that oflicxrs or no f flcp"s I woald go tc tli t c hou tlmt and sit It througl nn raatt r w h a t happened TVliI e peoplo m ij think that I had decided imwiseh bc- rmise of t i e omero'-mtrj ri«k l ^ ^ o ! v ^ ( l in tht fidTentnre it occu"red to nm that pi rhTps after n I tl °t t h e i e r H I S about one if tbe snfcst j l ct.4 3 coul 1 attend becaiiso h i t was ibout the liiii plnce Gerrnnns woul' f^por to floJ n facrltlve FnJIsh oHror fi r eu If the were sea chirg for me «.i toon is G\enmt cime Uiercforc* I started out for tht t h e ^ t r I (l-\«i! mTself up a** well (in po 13 Sble I 1 *M! on a f ilrlv decent po ~ of pants which Puvltper irrt ^Ivpn inr and I ued a r ean handl erchlef as n Collar TVth my hair hmMiod up nnrt m^ beard trimmed ag neatly is ^cfes ble ui h a f a i r of rustt seisor ^ h i Imd found In tbo houap v hile mj up poaranco was not ctarth hat o' i B(*au I rnmmel I don t think I Inokel mi.eh i orso Uiin the m nrc T( 1^! u In thc.e days tbo aven^ I etgi in is %ery p Kjrly dressed at liest I cir t s^J T b* 1 ! no mI« ir h!i£S ns I mad*, my WIT to tbe t tarn, o " taulv T vns poms tb re r or f r d se plinp tb*\n ^It, *nir b it I 1 \ n\i\ lo up iiiv ciind bat I was p n^ t h e e to soe It tl rr .,b The n t r - i n o ^ f - v ^o i i j o i f e or 1 T girden, for i u ib MS nin 3 ono i ti o otlier \ is on tl e '·i It *" f l o f t!di i^, and A ns rcn tr 1 1) \\^\ f n il PV whlcli rtin ilonLSt* \ ti*" t-if clo r ^ as P tirl ct -it 11 r s t n h I jr n t s vcns ^n- 1 of tbe "r*- i u,Yns tl LT v»as DO ono In the b nth I r ^ r r f h e d lovrh r!o«u tbo i I c y ImltaiJnc u** hnn. I could 1 i. ir Ilf ent frilt ff tbe Rol^i ins n 1 \ h I tnterod th-* t h t i t e r cntleixor f 4 n irt 13 tboa^h I hid hon tbr t ny t l n i r 1 7 befon A hftstj siirre 1 ( f i I r t Jf the ploco was *uP*rient If p : h o itie lf ^ loct mj ^eit It MS i r l ^ in 1 there v- ro not ITU ro than h lU i K ? u people i tho p!n o at ttw t tirno KI tint T Imd my cl ilr Thero \\ns i niscd plafnrm per hnpn t w o foot high all ai inul tt-f \ alls 01 h( i lam crr( pt at ho f n where tiic st \^ xvun loctttod On t ^ platfor" 1 ti )fos ufr iir r »n"t'l nn 1 iner T\ rt tulo*, 01 the 1 floor proi r is well I I c c r l o ] prnmptlj tint tho « plicc f r njo uis as fm ic T p slblo when J wotil 1 tot hi In tin Inr f \isirtn of others in h o c * of nc *c cord! i n K f ^-louttiod vcr to n t hlf n 11 pliUorni d!r tlj nppos lo th( stage and I took the ^eit ipiinst uit v.o\\ I b e whole pi tec ^is nou frn t of me I could soc e v e r y r h l " u tli it \\i ^.oing on find L\er3 o nc? in cuinc In but uo ono racept thoip uhr sat at u oun tihlo v oold notice nc j a unless they dollberntely turned artund hill of fnro in d prn^i rn 1 mm Ut \\ I to Joofc IIP ^ n i t o l ti ho tl is tlr i it I I The place bep^n to fill i p r n f l d l T 1 stouod l o t n I j to tl olr ni on Ibe Every second persri who L sme n t h e oft rs ord r d some I f ^ h t u l i e 1 u 1 " place spdnod *o mp to be i rprm n m j rplginn nolpl 1 r 01 lore 1 I Sot I bOi Her l i i t w h e n tho ^ p r«- l)( »frt at f i r lutrwdf j] l I \\\it n h f e b \\us the t i l l f i ml I sot i t h t t n r c 1 itei on w h a t I h i t detldwl n 01 lei nnv\\ ly to mnke a r mch count L f m m l that In nil IITO \\ero not mo-L thtin 11 him (3-cd soldiers In tho plitc ufl tb r* mr- hnre been several bur* cd c l \ U iana The first people to Kit at my tihlo were a Belgian und h5s wife The Bei i red For nst^nco I not r? T,pmon ^ , S ju isb 1 r O G n^oi 3 pf 11 * 1 -Sp r llrf, Pry G i u j ^ r r Vic 1 -\\ pf 1 njiris 1 -- uno S Imepp^s S di 0^0 but 1 f OLfod to rao that j ito 1 thp '(llou nc; \ \ t d ided to i K a 1 * I r n r u* ar j be^ iro a i o i,- t ) Iv.eJ soiu nrs f 11 ^ e TO El I O M I M i D ^u ^me. ?.a\ as re- nnr i n i trc k roads gel tbcir to \ r-- ro^j ibt fecfl w i r e Tbe i nlle 1 - i en t b e a s -inlar ebaft Ot cot '·so the i w i el 1 1 one cannot be ior f n ( t r t o L I sUc t / d some TEDDY TAILED TO HAKE hll I P i \ hi! th t r 3 is fc TCH] /cas b pise n^or tr s in -trb C u c o re*-d j j t o t c n ^ IL mo jon ^o It for gc-n^ral uae on but for emergenc L C M jfQci ila of thf d o c i ^ak to distant con t - ent ] ic s moth* \q In niv p r o n u c c titlon i ph p i \ o fur tber cim^e foi ^u pklo i It seennd hot or to p trrot tho Bel ( £jnn nail irdcr Bnck and ( h o t was Ij ' ^ dUUWK u lo c nn r\ a . w h a t I O n c l i e J tc do ! h b u k * u ^ n 1 h i ^ u j j o On* iuui « n th i U c fa-" ranta U?t.d mo c o n M t k r i l l x VlJso i^h u u is 11 to I timons th«* I rl^^ n de" r i J o n w h l 'i t tool u TIC in 1 r ecs of drinks U s und d \ery duel to m* 1 I ! e sum t n£ to cat u\i Huirei L n o \ s I \\ 3 1 I r tlier l n \ e ^ L d t r i o 1 nc l n uth/ul of i r o l Thai ill i i Ir i s in tho world The It( i I -c-fer tn s Dnl bel G r stt hi de t 1 esch [ M c h i u x ) V double portl n if iinuhlng woult hoi L 1 er mipl J \\olromo to tut b ^ t I w o u l d boon com cut I h a sit «k j,or s t i n If I I d i l v lud ibe co ru n e to i c k ui It To 1 eop m *clf a cnniposod is Roo^svclt Tell' 1 cf Amus no Exp*rienc^ of His Y o u t h f u l Dayo in the Cattle Country t o t h i n ! o f ai 31 i hi S V luu }, ( ( ' eao r di ion n n t t m Ann. icni Tl c i re P 11'J .\I e I : c s s i h )t. sa\ r umis* ( nt ^ 1 rejional i r t i c ice w l e n th -0 w a s i hjl in 01 K r ^ ni I c 1 dcu ( r t d to JP u t f i! ii m l a und tbe houst I f j t 1 pips and on au a e tm rn e, I Ukiel od il tK bo \s Ore I n o n H ' ur loots did i ot n °fl I Iiuk n^--must of 1 lem \vor i nt 11 i ! Int. On his f t c i M i i I started w th in ihusii« n "*!!! on: in nn j i U ment tn ] o { t n o rt9^ I f o s of e\ ^ one of b o t b b \i. 1 coate 3 tin m M i h i Ilia !j!i nasto onh a f t ^ km h- sSV o 1 ilou d a lot I nttuinon to , e u |C sb n , u n ( J l h p p ^ tc camo )f M * Better to Parrot the Belgian, vnv'-c'n v ' \ V,pi^ r 1 -^'V ' -^ ~" ^C /^\" - -____ tint 1 I 1 of fur ir. I h il b\ h t le w J tor caui r ni I almost j i i w Lt h v ( i r f I r f n ! bat 1 n si nt ii m* 1 u i n 11 ; is 1 * 1 as I ^ m 1 ·- t -c but I n p'n i u H Ju i 1 " r u o ] n \ 1 tc ti o r uk i it i 11 to pi 3 un ( i W hn t) r oil t t 1 of f t I s i l l J ! ^ 1 I S I jld in 1 3 f 1 s 1 it rl d 1 t I h i M t i t -,h t l m t iu-t i i l l 1; \M ! t 1 ^ r \ v \ I hn S i Inji \ M h 1 1 f irf n 1 o \ n w b t U \ ) icbed \s u rt bult J K H J K i i r f l \ lost n t i " I'v the ro s'pr-et bin t i e n t l i T o n of al the ct ler mrajite- )f hn Jin n- n o v t ^ o r I d 1 n t 1 -e e n s ( 1 (e H U « I 1 b l u l J t I 1 n a l l au c I h a d 1 In r.c i h in 1 ! 1 r t I \MS i. o 1 to rn ! i I i M Hu r'r. " t n n so j U- » \ u 1 1 Rat H ^ i t s Seven Trams. T'lit.e i i r ci.p ess trains am f o i r f i i J e i ^ l l i amb were held -ur ^ a rat for co- i_erab \ o\er half ar uur on I i 1 n j « )Mnm mam Une at X ' c o r p s station l a b e t w e e n \S il m nr; on bel int. j 3 lant. phaa Tbf rode L hao ca en the insulation ofl a ion cil 1 coctainlng wires that arp i I portant factor in the opera t on of e k c t r c ^i^rali T life causea u g r o i n d t n i , 01 ilie wlr^s ^Hh bt r e f i u l l hat the t gna3s w e r e pUi. oul of b o^ ^ "-? a The trouhlo ^as first discovered b^ the e n g i n e t r of an express train Th« *·] nil ai Moon. f,ivo hmi a clear in d ration w h c r ab he snew anotb«i r\m \\afi but bbort distance abead ill her tl an f k t chaccts he stoppec tho t-ain T I P I other ^ignals at thai pi ICP b^ ID to act queprlv An at tacbf k n o w n as a signal malntamer s'llio ed at a neir b jnterlocklng t r u e r bo£ar a hurried inveBtJgatlor aj» o aer fain 1 ? irr v e d and "were helc un iattcrs v ro borominp porlous t* ent r 1 i ing effected « r t i l the t*r D ·»=! f 1 ! ti ca - v ^-fd Tbe Insula t o 1 10 1 ( n P I i c f* for fullv five F 10 r l c (^ f c il ws remedier f i T* t on 3 :TTMrr (nr '^ : i^ v its i t 1 r c n i ll^t rl irse- i er bill I h n l tl n is hi far]; i \ 1 rd \ i i then (Tered t b M r hi I t ih( u 1 * i i 1 HJ it h a c k 10 inem ivi b i r n i 1 which I s Iho nfTiC" «; i t t t i o me to 1 u t th \ \ r th i ( i I r w r »r n 1 I i o " I i o l t ) t t h ; wt.ro tl\ t \o eits it t GS iLdc d he rr in front of tiip ntl ot p vv on i f d r i I t \ i f me n n t n! uloa t a I oukl ! u 1 d cm. of H \ utd h i \ o I un iifraid i \ \ \ I t h It 1 h p ntcd t t J o r ch u z i HI I "I ijrr: i" offer h n r 'k tr i i i c tfi h v-onlH ij m tint h T v i 1 - (n " n i u hi I ft i h is L d n h u i iur 5 s\ m" ri Ko t \ To d ju t Watch Heart in Lobar P n c j m o n a D M is i ·" j m u in i ] i r In i hu i IK i-t fiiH i ·» [ t i l 4 - 1 t ) if P\ r I D IIMJ* o r j i n of t M in t h L s i r I F [I rsn ' n« D r n I r 7 i i i . T \ ( i 1 tho V "Vorl \iwli i J ur i! s ju n H i d vou t o u t \r i m is i i r - \ tl ( ! r " ist \ j u b w l in st mul u i h i 1 r 101 i M t 1 rn il i t exj 1 in n la n tl i \es In tl M bmr i nd 1 \ i l l h u e to b f t 1 r mo t i i e 31 n l i t r T a "nl ^I )01 t h ni, to do t eiir- is to of r I J it [ ilm t 1 i l l i h 1 I In t h n r l 1 ' or n tc ! w I ^i h 11 cne 1 11 h ' l ^ - bo G rnun T I * d T o s u t i li ho s rno t j nc to i r is 1 o h 1 11 in 1bo r f i is p ^ i h n i s I i e n m-i Sb I" 1 1 1 -, \ P I P * f t l L t 1 Lnt r 1 i ( nirnc ! to tl o tu 1 lo w i t h a han il rf cl it o i: 1 u p c rd tbo t i a r s d i n I ^\? bin "rrt toe a^ n t i p -- 1 M l no\ r i r 1 i n to a pit oo \ J o IE T s rocts c rr\ ro talk to d lm D i i | [ i n n n t half h n i r IP t nt th - - to s \ I \ is o r'l^ Q n 5 IK ( II is ro ovprosg m\ feol' IJT^ r i l l f i r The tr th f tbo n Ut v n no\ r so i ncat-v li n i I LI Pver5 n t n u o s-omod I I i rn h n u r and a Oo ci linios I w s on ti\o ^ S t o? et t l n j i] m 1 lormiK I h n \ P c il t f f b i r inn mr-n\ pii Ion in tVi place I to -suit ro did v?hcn l e C r P in o* ficprs P i t d thoti^c \os rlf,n( it ny tn 1 le I t tiRht t ut u s 1*1011 ai! I j con! s t r i d Vs t wns b T u o \ o r tho i If it 11 1 1 n n 1 In j . to 11 u t n li ( I o re ni n 1 h ti l o U h 111 \\ \ r 1 rin i ! h t 1 t [Hi Cvcr Not c ! f r e J a r l j -,0ft Li f , 3 U (M't-\ J O f ' TL( op'uitjnit} of t'uos] ]),, i u n d s \\ith hi. ntV t v Trust C oinj) i oi \\ ebtei n 1'cii is h a n a is open to i o 10 ami pni- loi i is lie % ho i\ails In isi u of i'-, j h a n - t = - i I'l ani- 01 t d 1 ^ 1 l J Ol Cli \ i i u ) ' u cumii- 10 t 11 u re c \ i u- ( l o l l 1 i is o c 1 O h Pa ) in i ' i .. o n- iii i t\ p_ i i_, 1 o - i ^s L ^ j it' ^fl^" 7 ^---- ns thit \ a^ Ui onl t Ins I r uW s \ lit i\t.n U n \; I w uld f u i n t ! 01 li ve oriprtf !0mitl HL o t.nt lunl I uas it ni 1 lo tn! t i cli net U f h ( p r n n u n cl itlon of th* 3 U 'ics it sot tortj T h o r o w f r o n n u m ' p - of d In! s Ilsfcd IWiti n o n t mil ·-'lortlj n f t u n i i Is nnu w h i c h I muh safelj "iou,Ii f m e o- I ID tlic Jnrlt I tM conelrtc nL j iWESTsiDE) 01 o i l pco ) e v]io\\b 1'iat O N C J i u i is in tbis \\ i 10 \ in U u i \ ](_i to DC \ic- i ) nis o \ t i T r i j i i U)ii n cl en^ entn t i I O'-m \( N i n l i i K n a l s 1,11 nipoi nt dut\ 10 p i £011 i in ihib t au i ~lc c^ r o c ca) h s ut nost ttrs and i % tc \ o n Cntcl i 15 \ccouut DNiON NATiQRiL BAM Conneils Ie, Pa. CAT" STTTBBS HF BE) Ii' WITH V Pil-Ci OF CH VI k

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