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TRENCHES TAKEN

SWEETS FOR CENTENARIAN. ^

CHEAPER BACON AND MEAT.

IHINDENBURC - ES WEST

| MILITARY Rtt?OURCESJ ! ...

I ARCHBISHOP'S STORY.

I LAUGH RESTORES SPEECH. I

j cu*!dt ac onr*D |

I NOT LIKE RUHLEBEN. I

IA _GENERAL'S ESCAPEE.I

I RAILWAYMEN'S WAGES. I

TRADES UNION CONGRESS

ITALIAN AIR RAID. 1

AMERICAN COTTON CRUP.I

|MORE FRIGHTFULNESS.

ON THE EUPHRATES. I

feROUGHT DOWN IN HOLLAND]

| RUMAm'S BATTLE. I <0--

IACTRESS'S LOST NECKLACE.

IWRITING ON THE WALL.

r INDUSTRIAL FATIGUE

SWANSEA TRIMMERS. I - -0-…

i SWANSEA DOCK SCANDAL.

IGERMAN TYRANNY.

I BIG _STRIKE OF MILLERS.

I A _DOUBLE TRAGEDY.

TO-DAYS WAR RESUME ¡ (-

I HELPING BELGIANS, I

TURKS' LETTER CONCESSION.

THE WRONG NOTE. !

! LORD HALSBURY'S AGE. I

I __MR. _KIPLING FOR ITALY._I

I NOTED R.A.'s SON KILLED.

I"I DO LOVE MY WI FE."

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I "I DO LOVE MY WI FE." A deserter named Albert Wilson who was asked at Windsor Police Court on Friday what were his identificatioa marks admitted that he was tatooed pretty nearly all over. He had a pierced heart in a laurel wreath with the letters I.L.W.L. on hie left forearm, and asked to explain the letters he said, HIt means I love," and here he erked ihs thumb over his shoul- der, 'er, the missus. Them's 'er ini- i tials." (Laughter.) On his other arm, j however, was a girl's, head3 with the name 1" Susie." The man had been a sailor.

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ICANADA AND THE NAVY. I

THE -FALLING MARK.I