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“By the Barracks”
G. 1. THOMASON
Ice Cold ‘Drinl^s
We Serve YOU Right
HEART PROBLEMS SOLVED.
By Ethyl Alcohol.
When out riding in squadron for
mation, is it a breach of army regu
lations to drop behind and become de
tached from the unit.?
Ans. There are such things in cav
alry formations as a rear-guard and
for the safety of the unit as a whole
a rear-guard should always be thrown
out. In such cases the rear-guard
should always be accompanied by a
Sergeant O’Malley is back in the har
ness at the quartermaster depot. He
is a bit worn for it was ji grand and
glorious furlough that he tells about.
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threads of her broken life. Economy
in every direction was practiced from
the beginning-every one was doing her
part-doing it cheerfulIy-'“for France.”
One afternoon when out walking as
I passed a little villa-“Villa La Rose”
it was called-there was seated on the
door step an old lad, clad in a checked
gingham dress-her grey head encased
in a sunbonnet. Her dear old face
was full of wrinkles and as she sat
there her hands folded and her eyes
raised upward she presented the at
titude of a saint. I paused and the
spell of her descended upon me. I
wondered how many noys she had giv
en and I was filled with such a long
ing to say something to cheer that
lonely mother heart. I tried to and her
beautiful old face lit up as she said,
“Ah Madammoiselle it matters not
what bacomes of us-we give all-all for
our beloved France-our beautiful
I feel that I couldn’t bring my mes
sage to a more forceful conclusion
than to repeat the closing statement
of Mr. Wilson’s “Appeal for Unity:”
“The supreme test of the nation has
come. We must all speak, act and
LUCY H. DANIEL.
REAL LIVE WIRE
The Piedmont Printery
FIFTH AND TKYON STKEETS
We make a special^ of High-Class Work fer Soldiers
PRINTERS FOR PARTICULAR PEOPLE
TOP-SERGEANT P. J. DEMPSEY.
The fact that the medical detach
ment of the base hospital carries ?3,-
350,000 of governmerit insurance is
largely due to the efforts of Top-Ser
geant P. J. Dempsey who waged a per
sonal campaign for the government life
Sergeant Dempsey gets most of our
little worries and requests and it is to
him that we generally hint first about
grandmother’s illness when we get
a furlough bug.
The fact that he was one of the
pioneer boosters for the movement
which ended in the establishment of
The Caduceus is also to his credit.
Fourteen popular and technical mag
azine have been subscribed for by the
base hospital library during the p
week. Copies of these periodicals
will arrive at the library regularly in
addition to the scores of other mag
azines which are furnished by outside
organizations at varied times.
The magazines, the first copies of
which arrived this week, are Aviation,
American, Army and Navy Journal,'
Century, Everybody’s, Life, McClure’s,
New York Times, Scientific American
Supprement, Punch, Outing, Photo-
Play and The Modern Hospital.