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Trench and camp
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Trench and camp (Camp Johnston, Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate title:
Camp Johnston trench and camp
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Newspaper
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National War Work Council, Y.M.C.A. of the United States
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Camp Johnston, Jacksonville, Fla
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February 20, 1918
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Ed. for Camp Johnston, Jacksonville, Fla.

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United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 5, 1918)-v. 2, no. 3 (Jan. 16, 1919).
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"Camp Johnston" appears above masthead title, <July 18-Dec. 5, 1918>.
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Published under the auspices of National War Work Council, Y.M.C.A. of the United States.
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"Printed weekly for the Y.M.C.A. by courtesy of the Florida Times-Union."
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"Army news for Army men and their home folks."

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SEND THIS PAPER HOME CAMP JOHNSTON ONE .CENT POSTAGE






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Printed Weekly for the Y. M. C. A. by Courtesy of

Published Under Auspices THE .ARMY NEWS

ofF FOR ARMY MEN

NATIONAL WAR WORK COUNCIL FLORIDA TIMES-UNION AN
Y. M. C. A. of the United States Edition for CAMP JOHNSTON, Jacksonville, Fla. THEIR HOME FOLKS


VOL. I. THURSDAY, 1M Y 23, 1918. NO. 21



GIGANTIC ORAINAGE HOSTESS HOUSE A SCENE SUPPLY COMPANIES


PROBLEM APPROVED OF DIVERSIFIED ACTIVITY ENTERTAIN WITH BIG


just a camp transfer.' Behind the counter
-"R -"MP JOHNSTONF rom Early Morning Until Late at the information hostess girds herself for Sthe wistful procession before her, longing
:" Night Workers Are Busy With with all that is in. her to cheer every
": : .... heart. Sh~e lives in Ilie o the geats
Col. Willard Notified That Big Pro- Men and Visitors emotional stress, of smiles and tears in Outdoor Affair of No. 309 and 311
S swift alternation and sometimes only God
Jec Has Bee Aproe y himself can help. .
ject Has Been Approved"Here t hi ey dome the long line of hu- Oves a Headliner of Social
War Department. The hostess house at Camp Johnston is minanity from which all self-consciousness,
Sone place where humanity all meets on all useless convention has been. stripped, Features.
a common basis and-where the soldier leaving only the deep, prineval emotions
boys find comfort and cheer and a place of fear and love. Tiffany diamonds touch where they can meet their friends and the rough hand of a thin, worn moun- One of the most enjoyable affairs
The drainage problem for Camp loved ones and spend their time in quiet- tain mother, awkwardly dressed, so that has ever been given at Camp
Johnston habeen approved by the war hess and mingling with those who help frightened in. the crowd but daring all
them to go forth to. do their work as for love. Next comes the dainty war bride was the farewell banquet
ament, according to a telegram soldiers, ready and fit for -any emergen- with her great news for Jim, thew hole and entertainment iven oh tne liwn received by Lieut. Col. Charles L Wil- cy. This little house is indeed a "House secret in her trembling little face. After surrounding Block ivlas ednesday
lard, commanding officer of the camp. of Cheer" as it has been termed by one her the sweet girl promised-to the soldier evening, when Supply Companies Nos.
The telegram gave no inforati of the lady hostesses who has charge of lover giving her am to the old grand- 309 and 310 held' their final social afS t am gae no oration as the building. mother .who rocked little Phil in his fair in this camp These two popular
to the appropriation made for this At the hostess house here many scenes cradle ani can't believe him big enough organizations joined together for this
S work but it is known that Capt Allen I are daily enacted, some pathetic to the to go to sear. By the hundreds they file grand affair, and the success they
has asked for $1,00 for the extreme, others lau~atole and. amusing Past with their questions, the one poig- made of the. affar is one of which
ut of thecprogram of drainage or ieg t always for the soldier it is just a lit rant look on every a t sacriflcth they may justly boast wherever they home touch that he cannot get else o 'ok this crucial cup has brought to the may go from here
camp and the authorities are of tP where and somehow he. just loves to go eyes of woman. During the.afterpoon .rain. fellalopinion that in all probability they there and spend his time. The. life of "They are so brave! So thrillingly most in torre but later it cleared'
the thi the women workers about the building is brave! But the agony is at times inex- up, and the of rs in charge decided
get amount d d for this not all pleasures by any mians, yet it is pressible. A tired n there snd ather have that the woNld proceb t the
: "- Interesti and a work of love and this traveled f ro ita w ekto.beme.by'-the ap- nmerryinal-e i Iand so things 'begs to.
ozdd-i lOn to work h been toldb-e ot ladies banews-htte al I ed -hlmmabout Blaek J, 1


hes -- In tte--thaLhe-uttle e her ear :' a" the livelest soranizi wa -os in


k bare pYo r nd a"tCondoaemsnto oeatn and ahe na dhaowide cle of
E l l m i n a t w a s o t i e s a e n d t r c v e m n :'l e u n r e d o r a s h a y nhoe e p



c w w e them with 'the b some- hen w cae ts w honeof the

awaY al th cypress sas andig lar but his refu e-from br lai Kidm fH ean't wdis her e a wlt o'ft live-l-iand est-r-aniseatais f
.e ... ........on




ditaec all targ th wa erv and othe r y n ofe hmeanic s i mC on
and i 'al a me on h reevain, ui t ot w ere A n H inke thn his ow -'o i wY u bo is on hi T e u i e fis soodandtin evern
Drincipellyotorthe north oftthe caL o- 1 "In anks atmsper so san and er her e rainw ther voic p rson sa meic, and the w ieCrlod
yraou co rahc in w hi se forld s t h nthks v ig Ch1te Tl,k k1 I cnet lumh ind Wihe sml sounds nto te ba tifulda hunankr dehe


entthimoon} ak n'emas ged oeamy ace a erroekeoot anuned evrboys hae -brmsaannse man e oeon o
prevent any water f rom standing on scattered tp And down the Atlsn ti coa 'The isorker behind the counter.learns As,:usual the curtain was raised by


th e grounds after the hard rainss anbed If you have never lived a da y In a life as never -before.- How sthe searches the serving of a sumptuous repast

thi only trouble that has been hostess house, you cannot Possibly ugo the ost ntle ve of itthat-had been prepared hy 'the cooks
N experienced here and the only place ,Its meaning to our couritr in it.,ea for the most gentle WaY of'easing theththdbe rpedytecok
i blow if the soldier has gone. 'With infinIte of -th, two companies, under the

where trouble is anticipated. crisis Originally designed for wome and tact and love she makes sure of her watchful care of. their twoable mess
MchClerin n. 'ir ls yet the khaki boy finds it no only ground ready for any phase of crushing 'serg ats. After this the fun comt his safe and attractive meeting 'lTace grief or store n .of disappointment and mencdt, and w ith Corpl. Joseph BettelSThe Projec t is one which w l i sr th f ter ba ra e next to h joy of a soul finding 'The heim n charge this was one of the
aw all the cypress swamps and h art but his refuge from barrack life kingdom of Heaven' is her joy when a liveliest and best arranged affairs of
ditc th ll ve'te reser a n the deadly pain of homesickness; his man is found and she can -bring him to Camp Johnston.
andmin palce oe ndthe rese rvaton, quiet spot where- he can 'think things his own-:Coming-Your boy is on his The 'audience first stood, and every
Hydraulic machinery will bne her"tif atatmosphere s6 sane and way- over here right now. Her voice person sang America, and the words








prnialyt hdnrho thn o maedul n se r h hful tha thought is clarified, m eals with triumph and her smile sounds of this beautiful anthem sank deep'
the most of the work t c -bid ideas clean. In the midst of kiaki, the joy bells. t the
iel t s fwaml wrn.g h be ut hs n oows e r t ahe hearts u e a for this
There are three swawrpsh In and barracks, bugle calls, drill and all the g es i n the hadt h everyone or th
around te camp and one at the re- tagic Insignia of strife, the hostess ayen T dhin g se n g with feeling. Lieut. he stern N.
mount station which wille be filled If house stands, its easy chairs, shaded She was a fragile child, hoer e an orris commanding officer of Supply all ot the aonapp ropriation asked for is lights, music, laughter and motherly wel- e e Company i was then called on fe h or












tance o the aprservation willke fille is cro borswriing home. hryoldih Th'le cme qurcink ork the refer osan telegras th aed realy tor granted, and it is presumed that the come breathing home to every soldier in se came marchin,g over the threshold, a few remarks, and in a very feeling entire amount asked will be assigned the camp; a place where rank forgot, a funny little affair in he arms and she manner he spoke only woords" of comfor this work. Capt. Allen's maps ad men and officers are boys' together tangled everybody's heart at ea glance menidtion th e ruis e the two orfor thisfwnest at, Alen' ap Joh the veadslndwihmn er the littls bundl oaerhupon it.H arlw Thniz t umeraise the spritram
plans show that already there has be h "I shave never seen a soldier leave -our SIraight totle counter she came, rolling ai kas d I
a great amount of clearing done by house looking blue. Many there be who the little d over upon It. part flew fellowship that existed and predicted
fatigue squads, which at times num come hin deep bitten y thet home-ciain the wrappings and the hostess cried out, that al would stand' together in their tiered asmany asw 600 men. but we speedily have it hout rof him. Your' while from every corner big soldiers efforts on behalf of the country I
bee a my u ew, khaki soldier comes In, iMother dea, crowded round to see the miracle of the the course of his remarks Lieut. Moruh Clearing Done. timid, irresolute, hardly knowing what big brown eyes, the pinkness, and the ris said: "We me in uniform are
et m e arig e ails im except that he wishes he were congdnce which were the little mother's uited i mmon caUSe, anid one for



















Mi~~n~abaerdlu hanwfm~ himo exnc e uga p d~odrset l ie d priv e K1o1mn ofaupplyH nefo
These men went into the underbrush thosand miles from the barracks in miniature. But the baby's smile was all which the entire world admires us
and Cleared away the scrub palmetto appreciating You as nd for: w are soon to go "over there,"
and other obstacles Capt. Allen says minutes later by the clock and you see it, that captivating smile of Nanvy aiy, and when we get there we Will live that s hee th th aptivatn smil e r hv May asi wohew e t hereion we will ivefa
a large amount of the stagnant what some watchful hostess has done for Three months aid a stranger to her
water would be taken up if all of the him. Exactly the right word has beenDaddy whom she had traveled far to fl, rs. There is not a man in these two
trees, stumps and, such rubbish was spoken. She'has thrown around him the "I'd like to see my husband," caroi!d companies who will falter when called
cle tand ditching resoises the girl. wife, above the baby's smile, on, and when we come back each one clesaredral Ua d ges rated t verY atmosphere f' fear pitched at the hostess' f us will proud of the part we
ePum ang drmthe rilr bed unt i The world hls turned over for him again hfe it -Had the last shrieking troop train us will be
to spun sand o thrive e in'ird he stands fimily on his -two feethst J-1 aetkni h ih o iet n
the a a will serve the 'every Ich the man he felt himself when borne off.the gallant young father that freedom." the fight for liberty and
double purpose of enidnaing the rivej' he enlisted, He h-s gotten back his smi'e every morning, away from the little pair Lieut. Morris then called on Corpl.
as a transortation means and, alo Somobody drops d-own at tihe piano and f-om K*nsas Mhe played for an instant Pitchford of hIs company for a brief
swams, t The dredgesawdll suct the plaYs some .of' the best things he has with Nancy ay., her throat tightening, talk on behalf of the enlisted men, sadpfrm The diar ndg thowi Ik itoe ycr heard, At the firlt pause an irr soldiers fell talent "And what and the popular "non-con'" did hot t...he......... swamps .n wt w. w h ,sible in another corner pushes n te e w ou do if"he were gone?" The fail, His speech of humor and pathos
e swamps aLOng w water, whcin th xinrola The Old Gray Ware, and the question was -elaborately casual but there reached the hearts of everyone, and
ol be allowed to run back Into thea w t rwas no camouflage for the girl wife, she he either had them laughing or cryriver he room -breaks Into laughter at herthl
In addition to these features -of the rolicking course. The easy chairs are n, A flash f pain, na, tilt of the, chin ing at his- W11. He dealt mostly, howoofk a large force of workmen will o men who long ago found out the, nd then came unwavering answer, ever, with the lighter side of l aol
wr kpy to put down ti,,n fo ,cstess house I the claers lively dueon as heroic as any.soldier who ever went the scream of laughter that greeted
the draining of large areas. The larg e fought at the checker boards while overt.n top, W'y I'd just have to make. his remarks showed how well he was iaree Ilo est ef it." received, He also read a few, humorditches along the roadway at the en- -about the long table under the shde I he ame u Ick eevd H loraafyhmr
dithesalog te radwy a th en gtabe udertheshaed "Then came quick, work at the refer: ous telegrams that addeft greatly to
trance to the reservation will be filled lihts crLwd boys writing home. Through 'ds and quick wok at the ref e useeams th e retyo
andallthewor mae u-todat an [the soft Southern darkness. the lad see oce ce3d n uc resposise at the bar- the amusement of the cr-owed,and all the work made up-to-date and t racks from a chum'.of Harold's who The next number on the program
of the finest nature, Then Camp John- I the verandas lined wi-th men, hears the pwas the ever popular Supply Company ton will be made mosquito-prbof. I Icontented murmur of voices and, as the promised to get him to the hostess se a the eer omosua Sp Cmpany like chain lightning.! The hostess sent the 309 quartet, composed of Cqrpl. E. w1.
comfort and peace and cheer of It all little lady up to the rest room to feed Walker, E. Edwards, C. 0- Wing and All Departments Active. olks, i his distorted metal pictures van- hr 'baby. When the amazed husband Private E. Mallapert, and tiei' renThe sanitary and health departments Ibver there an attractive woman with came, she took him" by the sleeve, and dered a number of popular martial
at the camp have been active for some -giay hair and the youngest heart in the havinzsppraised him as worthy, led him and sentimental ballads. So delighted time in the work of draining and -world is taking to a eL litde to a pace apart, veiling ever her own was the audience with their work, that clearing the large areas where there ,llow, She is giving them some whole tyes when lie'took'Nancy 'May and the they were forced to mespond time after ,.Se sgvigbravomehoe ,, ~ Kans as wife-In his arms. time with encores, and they sang
has been a thick undergrowth, and all -Ronie motherly advice, real spine stiffen- T-neswfiniiartii wth ncead tey ag
of- this work will facilitate the larger sn mohery-brece fasin Iti "Recentli a Georgia Cracker came to practically everything they knew.
CampJoston one.oft e h rers, !n her cbriezv fashion. It is nine- see his boy? His rough face glorified One of the features Of the evening
pojectwhichslon goftowardeaking thirty and closing time before the new- with 'a great affection. The lad was lo- 'was the presentation to Sergt. Marvin Can~meontoin+ ..... of th healiie ta, r knows it. Don't yoU hear hirn-'
cantonments in the country, Iother deai'-as he w o aled after much telephoning and the G. Pond of a handsome token on beCapt. Al-len announces that at least frackswings of to the bar- hostess gave the father her hand in joy- half of Supply Company 309. Sergt.
2,000 feet of pipe will be necessary to i o A ful sympathy, How that wrinkled, weath- Pond was formerly the first sergeant
throw the sand from the river bed in- M Horning Brings Work. or-beatei old farmer wrung it, held it and' of this company, but lie is now a stuto the swamps, and this will require I "Morning -brings a lively business to crl-ed out ol the very deaths of life: 'I'e dent ih tho officers' training school, a mammoth dredge, which will be se- I the hostess house office. Two hundred got this boy here, I've done got one bo and the token came as an appreciacured for this special project, a- Cialls at the counter are a frequent aver- in France, I've put-all the money I could tlii of his splendid work aith his forchinery used in the work will be of ; age. At thednyligit hours the procession into the government like they asked me mer company and as a mark of love the-klnd that will 'be most efficiently files past ifor of course every soldier's to. I've done all I-coduld,' and still lie and esteem in which he is held by and the work, when started, is ex- relative or friend who can get to the wrung, her hand, trying for the eloquence the men. He made a very .appropriate pected to move forward rapidly, camp in the flesh will do so. They come that was beyond human expression, talk to the men in appreciation and
-Within a few days it is hoped that -by groups, -by twos, threes, here and "A moment later,-the boy sprang up wished them goodspeed.
there will be further news from Wash- there one anxiously alone, again by the step And the t!iree stood together, Private K lIngman of Supply Cormington regarding whether or not the -crowd,3. The telephone keeps up an al- theL tall, splendid soldier son, the bent old pany 310, with his famous Hulls full amount asked for has been ap- most continuous "lne of inquiries. ''Is Cracker father and the woman from Yan- 'Hulla dance and Ukelele, carried the operatedd. It was on the drainage and !Ralph still here?' 'Are you sure?' 'Won't kee -Land, frankly -weeping for joy be- crowd to faraway Hawai, and his aiother propositions that Col. Daly re- iyou please find out?' 'We Phoned him at cause they had given all that-they had, tistio work drew forth many rounds
cently paid a visit to Camp Johnston, his barracks and they said he entrained
_cobin.g here- direct from Washington. yesterday but-we thought perhaps it was (Continued on Ptge Two.) (Continued on Page Two.)

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Page 2 TRENCH AND CAMP
1 O wide experience and in his new position he nas shown himself thoroughly
SUPPLY COMPANIESqualified for the many duties of the A ITIO H
office and his previous experience in
I I I the business world has stood him in FOR
ENTERTAIN WI BIG good stead here.
It is with a great deal of regret that
it is announced, that Clarence H. Mac T :onald, the p plar physical director
of Building 3o will not be able toff nniir
FAREWEL BAN rET urn to h is work foro some time. 11
FAREWELL ANE "Mac as he was known to all was one ORDERED ORGANIZED THEATER
of the most popular men on the
(Continued from Page One.) grounds and when he was taken ill
with pneumonia recently it was hoped Organization of two new camp bands
tf applause. Supply Company 310 quar- that he would soon be back on the have ben ordered by Lieut. Col. '
tat then rendered several selections job. However his physicians have ad- Charles L Willard commanding Camp A p Mph E. Johnston
the quartet being composed of Pri vised him to take a long rest and he Joseph E. Johnston, and this of course,
vae Ste bein erg, McNama rn will not be back to camp probably un- will mean more frequent musical proates Steinberg, lHay cNamara, Green- til next fall. It is hoped that he will grams and more music. The organizaqusan ans Clyde Jon e e then
rnist ad sevayne.ral Ckyde Jones then decide when he is able to resume work, ion of additional bands came as a 'r COMMODIOUS PLAYHOUSE
Supply to return to this camp where he has result of ihe great amount of work
torie and Private Patten of n Sup nd athh was the post ban une Sergat Erected expressly for the Soldiers
Company. 310 entertained with piano well liked b all. Aaron W. iesohlmand, hudbee cled stationed at this Ca
selections. This big attraction is one R. C. Wedler, of Jacksonville, has apon to p erform. This band stationed at tlS Cgath-p.
thatn the merorn wils nott hal wah -d- .Wil
that the men will not forget and been secured as social secretary for ered for itself renown in both" camp
served tobind them all close t uli !
sered to bind them all closer to- Building No. 2, succeeding Knox H. and city and surrounding territory. It
gether. Broom who Is also in the army. Mr. has always been on the job when it You will always find a high class
-O IIoN W~dler was state secretary of the was needed to respond to any patriot- ---N T
Florida State Sunday School Assocla- leprogram or for any dance. prga FIRSTRU__MOTION
tion and is well qualified for the nlew first Sergeant Barney MeNulty. the FIRST RUN MOTION
LSTESSU position. He has already entered ac- competent drum major of the old band,
tively upon his duties and is making has been assigned the work of getting PICTURE PLAYS SHOWN HERE.
No 01VERSIFIE take on added life. together the two new bands and as
,-C. H. Stone, who has been social see- he has had much experience it Is OF DIVERSIFIED ACTIVIT rtary at Building No. 2. has been ap- thought he SOon wIl have both these
pointed building secretary to succeed organizations well under wa The men THE PROGRAM CHANGES
S. C. Brock, who goes to Building No. who wish to be transferred Into the
1 as religious secretary. Mr. Stone is band companies must have had pre- DAILY.
(Continued from Page One.) one of the best liked men on the virus experience as musicians, and
"'Somebhody asweod a hostess the other grounds and his jovial sunny disposi- men who, in civil life earned their
day if she wouldn't like to be an angel tiern has made him the friend of all livelihood through being musicians are
and she said 'No I'd rather do this.' ofTHURSDAY, MAY 23
a There is a lad from the Philippines Bunyan Stephens, who has been re- Both new hands will be of the size THURSDAY, MAY 23.
here-his first journey In the world-born ligious secretary at Building No. I for required, by military, regulations. It is
of some time, has been made bildin- see- understood that there are many m- THE WHITE MAN'S LAW
a soldier father, -with not one living rotary for that building and already he sicians scattered throughout the camp
relative. His restless, energetic tenpera- has taken the reins of the building and the work of rounding them up to With Sessue Hayakawa.
mnent,, sure to wrest either the very and has everything running in smooth uider the direction of Sergeant 1Mcbest or the very worst from life, has an- shape He has been succeeded as re- Nulty. BURTON HOLMES TRAVELchored Itself ta':o:e of the hostesses and ligious secretary -by GS. C. Brock, who recently 'the camp. orchestra has
he spends his hours off with her and in swelll known and liked by the men come Into. prominence, it being headed OGUES.
the hostess house, watching eagerly, ab- of the camp. by Private Joseph K. Newman, a yinsorbing constantly the best. He Is now insist o fmuch note, having played (Fam s yer-aky rporareading a. new lesson. How to help the M IEnRR E FtR with the Benson orchestra in Chicago
other fellow,' and it interests him mighti- as its manager. This orchestra has lion).
ly.MAHINRYARRVEon been furnishing the music every Sat- ________________"The new draft is in 'the deterlionurday night at the dances in the ERncamps in tents. We went over to leave C P REFRIEATN PLAT listed Men's club, and'also has been FRIDAY, MA 24.
hostess house invitations -so they would heard at the Hostess House every Monfind us as soon as they were assigned to CAMP I I N PLANT day, Wednesday and Friday mornings II
barracks, also reading matter which they between 0 o'clock an 11:3 o'clack.
ellover themselves to get. So many ot is probable that t I THE HONOR SYSTEM"
have gone-where?-Ten thousand from may e counted as a separate band illia O Feaue
here within 'the last -few 'weeks. I am Practically all of the machinery for the ms A William Fox Featue
getting a great new light and a great refrigerating plant at Campl Johnston wih a few more additions. 'he other peace In niy sould as I work. This whole .has arrived and already the sand, rock members of the orchestra wlich Is utter iof r s or This h and e 1 for trIe work of erecting it linist of much note, having played GAUMONT WEEKLY.
matter of war is so clear. The mists that and la.-hi the foundation is on the site. Charles Klein, violin; Private Wesley fogged at first are all gone.. It is right Major.ames E. Ware looked out over Pastuseco, cornet; Private Clarence Mcto go and fight. Therefore, all -we have the place where the plant is to be yes- Arthur, trombone, and Private Harold
to dou men o go-if women, terday and smiled as he talked about Perlberg,.drummer and expert pianist. SATURDAY, MAY 25.
to send our men away with high courage. it, fot is one of the things for which I am glad it is so splendidly clear to ger. it fot i s one of the things for which
erge a it h : e d end lye elear to i me he h. battled hard and long, and it is EOOT M "THE BIGGEST SHOW ON
before the drafted men come in. a me,'t important addition to the camp, SHOW OA
"hen the -boys come In for the change boti: or convenience and for economy. 'from mess, I wish you could see what For months the efficient-camp quarterthey order. One 'boy took his tray out master sent letters and telegrams onMUCH INTEREST
to the veranda, with a twinkle of the eye, the condition of things at the campas I looked over his shoulder-two pieces without a refrigerating plant, until at
of apple pie with two big dishes of ice last, through persistent effort, he won.
cream heaped all over, and the contented Now he sees big -akes of fee in his The Strelomotiograph that has been "THE BATTLE ROYAL
Look of him was good to see. imagination down deep in the celar on exhibition at Building No. 1 for the a u n
"Next the cafeteria is the. filling. office where the, intense cold. keeps the grea past.week iidem- the direction of Ser- amonnt-Sennett
with a-.deta'f DeC.soldters,.to work-out the imeltage '. .y. "H e faatise;.iw est< W. Gm.bte. has attrcee' 5..'
nybmAcAdrd lseMid, witI~hian-es~omjy Wa Od a~ fgd n 'and t~e low"
the ItatT- sn, ~ yrs.
ali al Alv~the camp. te 00& inl"b1 l o'he- t n.nfal, 0~o th ~ei-il baysveAW &
also pass through the hostess hoe, ernment not o have a plant v re seen It. This a machine was move Monmanaged by another detail and because meats and vegetables could be stored, day to Y. N. 2 and next week it will TM PED"
this is a house of cooperation, the many A miniature Arctic zone will be right be used at Y No. 3. The future program E
interests are one. there at Camp Johnston within the WiH be announced later.
"Our house of cheer. Will you pray for course of a few short weeks and no more The illustration used in the machine ih Iaro Lockwoo (Metro).
it that it may indeed 'help win the war' will the faithful mule have to tug and all deal with venerial diseases and t
as our commanding officer declares i t pull at an overladen wagon loaded wit eir effect upon the human body of "THE WEDDING NIGHT"
will? Fray that it may be a house of love ice cakes which he has hauled from the thet diseased as well as upon future With. Fy A
unfailing, of ideals that shall save. Our city. Trucks will no longer burn up pre- generations. It explains the results of With Fatty Arbuckle.
staff is one in purpose. The brief staff eious gasoline to get the Ice out to camp. this disease and shows actual photomeetings in the morning renew our Then the fresh meats and vegetables graphs o# the body during the various strength -far the intensity of each day.' will improve the messes for every en- stages of the diseases. Sergeant Gumfgth o h e n t nit y o f tah day. li te a e a he e s am raos.e ga M O N D A Y M A Y 2 7.
With all of this in view, is it any won- litdmna h ap oaosfehble, who accompanies the machine, isa
er that the hostess house is so popular Where such things as tomatoes, fresh representative of the surgeon general's
with both officers e and men? The laes steak and chops are served office in Washington and is well posated "THE GIRL"
awy smthoiers w nd mhen? d e s I for only a few days in a week to the on 'social hygienic questions and ho.. STUDIO GI
oreith e whsoldien they do something soldiers now, it will be possible, through plains the pictures as they go through i Constance Tamadge
and there the soldiers or their loved Ones this conservation as a result of the re, the machine and the men have taken Wits C na
frigerating plant, to have them oftener. a great Interest in these lectures. (Seec)
who may come to them. It is only a few among the enlisted Everyeat interest Incamp sho these lectures oc_ _ _personnel who take'time to realize the easivery ma n tecamp shvarioulds sets of slides "THE SIRIT OF THE
SEVERAL NEW FACES 'many advantages which will be had a as t r used s tha o et f es "THE SPIRIT OF THE
a result of Major Ware's elate this great question better and
him belong the spoils for getting this prepare temeles to better eight tis RED CROSS
AMONG "Y" FORCES me eded ad economic addition to a ese. -c o. th e i s RED CROSS"of
the finest cantonment in the United ev l. Remember the machine w fll be (Fox)
States of America.e Remember the machine will be
States of America. this week and at No. 3 the next week.
MOONSHINE
Several new faces have made their Ft Arbke
appearance among the forces of the AMP JOHNSTON IGHT "Y" SECRETARIES NOW
Y. M. C. A. at Camp Johnston and several changes have been made _in the
iare stil short andof men teL. n. AT PIAlELPIA Cl ON RAMPARTS TUESDAY MAY 28.
camp general secretary, hopes to have
all the buildings properly manned in MLSS
a.short time. These changes apply to Miss Genevieve James, the hostess at "Y .. C A. Secretaries now travel
the administration staff as well as tO the Hostess' House has Just returned with tran-portsW"
the buildings and it is hoped that most from -her nome in Philadelphia, where with "transports."on a e~~f. The ab ve headline appeared on A R IC F R
of the men here now will be able to she has been spending a few days of a story ublished recently in the aris
remain so that the efficiency of the Lamuch-needed rest. -She reports that one edition of the New. York "Herald," MARY PICKFORD
work may be kept up to the standard Sunday night during her visit she was telling in some detail of the newly in- (Artcraft)
of the past, =sked to speak at the First Baptist augurated trans-ort service o he
E. Nellums has succeeded John S. church in Germantown, a suburb of augurated transport service of the
Taylor as business secretary of the -Philadelphia, and -before the meting, was Red Triange. This should be of great FAGG COMEDY.
camp and he has already assumed his over it turned into a regular Camp John- interest to those soldiers in the trainduties here. Mr. Nellums comes from ston night ing camps of America who are to go to
Camp Sheridan, Montgomery. Ala..N Miss James was accompanied to the France in the very near future:
where for some time he held the same church by Private George Watts, wwhu 'A Port in France, Sunday.-United WEDNESDAY, MAY 29.
position with the Y. M. C. A. at that was formerly encamped here and who States transports now coming to
camp. Mr. Nellums prior to his enter- Iwll be iemer-bered as one of the best France have Y. C. A. workers RIDERS
ing the C. A. work, was pur singers that has been in this camp. hem a dat nt at Wash- "RIDERS OF THE NIGHT"
of Ward-Belmont college of Nashville, VWhen she and Mr. -Watt went into the ington has approved the scheme to
Tenn., and in that position he made pulpit of the church she noticed that have transport secretaries, so one or Viola Dana (Metro).
an enviable record and Dr. IMcNair con- Malvin Reinheimer, who was the Jewish two workers are assigned to each of
sieders himself fortunate in securing Beard of Welfare workers for this camp, the troops is. The function of these GAUMONT WEEKLY.
Mr. Nellums for this camp, seated in the audience and she had the workers is to do what is possible to
Mr. Taylor, who, has been business pastor of the church to invite him to make the voyage enjoyable.
secretary for this camp since it was take a seat on the pulpit and -ake part Games are provide ed, musicalng, THURSDAY, MAY 30.ad
established, has been placed in charge in the program. Both iss James and mmie eslertainmsets arrayed,
of the work In the detention camp, te r. Reinhelmer talked of' the work at magazines and books offered, writing
change being made at his own request. Camp Johnston and Mr. a Watts sang apert gven to nthe men. and soe on. A "DE LUXE ANNIE"
Mr. Taylor was efficient and welt suit- several numbers: and the occasion was 1rprvo a tranport seceay recen- I.
ead for his previous position but he de- termed by th- large erowd that was pres- y arrived shws that in artis equI ith p-orma Taaige
sired to get into a building where he ent "'Cam Johnston night." ment there were the following articles: F With Norma Talma~ge
could be closer associated with the Miss Jamzes' friends will be glad to wel- Folding organ and song books, stere- (See)
men of the service and at his request come he. back to her post for she is one option and slides, 2,000 magaznes, a *
the change was made. In his new po- of the most popular members of the Hos- large number of books, motion picture HOLMES TRAVELsition he has made good and already tess' House staff and she adds a great equipment with twenty reels, pocket OGUES.
he is very popular with the men of deal of life to the ever busy scene about testaments, writing paper, boxing OUES
the detention camp. He is also super- the building. gloves, medicine ball, rope quoits,
intertiding the work at the colored de- Miss James announced yesterday that checkers, dominoes, Victrola and reeten-tion camp. Miss Grace Swope, the cafeteria ho-- ords and a Sonora machine.
P. F. Patterson, Jr., has arrived in tess had been transferred to Kelley The appointment of transport sdc- THIS IS ANOTHER PENNANT
camp to take charge of the moving Field, Texas, to take the same position retarles completes the link of Y. M.
picture machines in the various build- In the Hostess House there that she ha] r A. work, which begins with the re- WINNING LIST OF
ings. Mr. Patterson has had several h ere. She has been succeeded here by cruits in camp, continues through the
years' 'experience in the motion picture Mrs. L. M. Talitaferro, of Tennessee, training period. 'comes overseas on the BOOKINGS.
business but for the past year- he has 'who comes here from -Martha Washing- transports, and. goes on in the camps been associated with the City National ton College of Abbington, Va.,. where in France all the way from the ports
Sank, of Selma Ala. However, on ae- she has been fo some time connected to the front. line trenches. Transport BE CERTAIN TO VISIT THIS
'oulnt of his size he. was undesirable with -that institute. Mrs. H. H. Mc- secretaries are assigned to ships, and for military service and so he entered Donald, who has been general assistant remain on their ships as does the THEATER EACH NIGHT.
Sthe Y.- work "Runt" as he has been hostess here has also been transferred, crew." ehristined since com ing to cam p, Is she going to Ellington Fiel@d. Ir i -S_-Talready a favorite with both the men A A very charming and attractive visitor Joe Jackson, who tried to. work ini s e
and his associates In the work. at the Hostess house Is Mlss Martha a shipyard when he thought he would r Sl05--1 CENTS
I. W. Platt, of Tampa, Fla., has sue- FJchelberger. of Lawrene, 1L. .., who he called to the army, has been receeded Albert S- Wilson, as camp see- is visiting her mother, Mrs. M. 0Bich- called by his local board in South Carretary of supplies and warehouse man, elberger -oe-e the. hstee- a this olia, and will be seat to a cam withager. Mr. Platt is a business man of camp.,' : In 'a- ew weeks. ,
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MUCH ACTIITY l wee. However, this week only oe AN POOT0S BEership of Sergeant Eisehlsman and this
show will be given and that will be Fri- fine band never played better than on
0CM III!II 1 eek Hoevr ths ekol one MANY ROMiOTIONS ARE o egatEahennadti
day night at 7:30 o'clock. this occasion and the dance music was
.,I~g~u3I fhiI~lh~if~rl ~highly appreciated by all who were
SHOWN fIT Satu~day Nighta the Y Tenlt. I present. The committee on arrange.a rs N ho Y ent.. ha ments was headed by Sergeant Weines
M.and he and the various members of the Enlisted Men's club of Jacksonville, ahe a d the mebes of
came out to the Y tent Saturday night the committee acquitted themselves in
and entertained the men with a clever Promotions among the enlisted men a manner that made all of the memexhibition of clever magic tricks. Dur- of Camp Johns o continue to be bers of the unit proud of them. HEMOUNT DEPOT Ing the intermissions in the -program made each day%-and the men are The affair was informal and a large
Miss Richardson rendered several vrY working hard in their efforts to be number of soldiers, In addition to the appreciated piano solos and as a finish among the fortunate ones to be ele- hospital' men, were present to enjoy ing touch to the evening's program Ice vated. Monday the following promo- the dance, as well as a large number cream was served in cones. tions were announced:- of Jacksonville's fairest young womCapt. Murphy, Leaves Camp-New rTo Be Sergeants First Class-Sergt. en.
u JEWISH WELFARE BOARD. Lee B. Wentz, Privates (first class) .- The chaperons for the occasion were
Dozier N. Fields. William G. Greae, I" s. C George Bucei, chairman; Miss Corpl.Henry 0. Hartman, Privates 'e Jacobi, Mrs. S. G. Searing, Mrs.
u rdn iAed The feast of Shebuoth was celebrated Rorol. uen 0 H .r eedL lqJ'> Nivens, Mrs. Paul R. Davis Mrs.
Promised.,by special religious services held last w. Brown, William B. Henry Private 0. 1-.' Elder. Mrs. Spence Stone, Mrs.
ursday evening. Mr. Roy Walters, of (l~rst class) John J. Walsh, Privates Howard W. Dexter, Mrs. J. W. Woods, Jacksonville, was the speaker of the even- Newton W. Steers, Max E. Pinsler, Mrs. W. E. Bailey, Mrs. Ralph B. MurRealizing the benefit of having their ing. His talk was straight from the William H. Wilson, David M. Feldman, phy, Miss Mattie Race, Mrs. R. T. section well represented in the Trench shoulder, earnest and plain, dealing with Private (first class) Walter H. Lingo, Hendricks and Mrs. Beulah. McWorth. and Camp, the boys of the remount de- the duties and obligations of the men as Sergts. Henry Harris, Edwin L. Crouse,
Pot have organized their forces and. se- American soldiers, and was thoroughly George E. Hepler. Corpi. Lawrence E. E
lectd teirownrepesetatvesto nar- yed, as well as taken to heart by Geore, Er. Je s arer, &r arc yE
nish the news from the various organ- the men who heard him. The people o Goulet, Sergts. James F. Carter, Harry CAPT. CORBETT AND Izatlons In that section. These men Jacksonville remembered the boys by To Be Sergeants-Privates (first WayT
gather the news and -prepare it for' sub- giving each man present a packet con- class) William A. Coughlin, James J. mission to the editor of the paper 'but taining ciarettes, candy and a useful Fsy, Paes JoDrIL AT WORK HERE
first it is censored by the officers at the article-either a coin purse, cigar cutter, Ralph B. Sherwood, Edward L. Hagan, remount and then sent in. These men or nail clip. The feast was further cele- Will D. Curtis Corpls. Vergne R. promise to keep the rest of the camp brated on Sunday evening in the vestry Snow, Bldred D." Brinkman, Privates Capt. Walter P. Corbett, of the nuarwell posted on their various activities rooms of the temple. Laura and Ashley James P. Fisher' William K. Brown- termaster's corps, arrived at Camp and t sir assistance shows that they are streets, with an emheptionl entertain- l P sh er, ora. Brod tohnst rs cor d at amp
alive for publicity and ent, dinner and dance, which was yellow Patrick T. Bowler, Corp. Harold
tal ve o et spit for ty stid anendeand dance Barker, Private (first class) Henry E. ohnston Thursday with a corps of asapattern for the other attendeand thoroughly enjoyed. Peterson, Corpl Lawrence C. Bedell, sistants to accomplish some special
organizations s i fol.owh Private (first class) Walter A. Zelin- work' here of a confidential nature.
tReligious ual ski, Corpl. Gerald Rosenbaum Privat
Capt.Friday as usual as follows: Orthodox Frank A r. erl Ja A. Wheat Capt. Corbett is a former Jacksonville
Timt hy Leaves. service, y. M. C. A. No. 3, at 6:45. Re- Fa A. Tyr Corl. Jay A. W a
Capt. TMmoth H. Murphy, under form service, Y. 1.M 'C 'A. No. 2, at 6:15. To Be Corprals-Privates Leyern man and he was glad o have an opwhose command the auxiliary remount Receiving camp, Y. 'M. A. tent, at Bigelow, Frank L. Callahan, Frapk portunity to visit his home town but
depot was organized here las January 7:0. Base hospital at:l5. Buck, 'Albert M. Plank, John T. Nolan, he and his corps of junior officers are
left Ca ohansn Sardlayto tnay, 7. Chapel, Peter Hollehezer, George "\7. Parker,
left Camp Johnston Saturday to take A new supply of stationery has been Oliver W. Fischer, George ". Rea, very busy with their work, the napot No. 317 at Camp Pike, Little Rock received, and may be had at the Y. M. Charles A. ohnson, Thomas 0. Onyan, ture of which he was not at liberty t0 Ark. His absence will be greatly missed C. A...and K. of C. desks for the asking. George Morrell, Seymer M. Current, divulge. ky':all of the men of this section, who The men are urged to use this stationery Glenn Pallas, John Deitelbaum, Anwih him well In his new field, of the Jewish Welfare Board as much drew R. Calder, Charar e. Perkins eTheaoffierst aLieut. John .Capt Rooner
ahen Capt. Murphy took command o as possible. O'Day Cyrus L Angelloz,
ptVincet Langan,'rivates (frst class) Horace E. Posson, Donald F. Jenks, Ohs remount depot the site now occupied nw Bbefrst onW upry atrBdt eodLet.Ewr .HlGog
;by the barracks stables and hay sheds The new copies of the Bible for sol- John W. Humphrey, Walter Badstib- Clayton Sandoe and Martin Groves;
were covered with pine and palmettoes diers and sailors are being shipped as n:, Edwin H. Weare,rsh Second Lieuts Edward L. Hill George
but a, splendid organized "fatigue gang" soon as possible. When they arrive, an- P;vates Thomas L. Ford, au p i, Stoll, Weldon F. Gallagher, illiam H. soon had these acres of ground ready nouncement will be made In Trench and iW rig'an, Arthur C. Glass, Harry X. Grace, Herbert W. Harris, William F. for the construction work and now this Camp. Meantime, those men who care uttney, Paul A. Curtain, flichard B. Crowley. Jr., Horace B. Kern and
part of the camp has grown until a for them are welcome to those copies 'urriff, Wallace C. Gilbaugh, Francis Robert P. Crowder.
stranger might easily loss himself of the Soldiers' and Sailors, and Standard S. Weiss, Arthur W. Burkhart, Edward among the corrals and other buildings. prayer books on hand. They may be had L. Van Ry. Edward.J. O'Brien. Better than this, however, In the simply by asking Mr. Landyman. Es- To Be Privates First Class-Pri'minds of the enlisted men is the mem- pecially those men who will leave .oon yates Bruce E. Harlow, Bassilio A. ory of Capt. Murphy's 'care for them. for overseas are requested to c'W In Guidettf, Warren H. Hunter, Henry B. He was ever looking Into their condi- for their copies. Clark, Henry" D. Poppe, John Stniebe,
tion and health surroundings. He fre- -- Fred Horres, Jr., Lysle V. Anderson,
quently inspected the mess so as to be There will be the usual dance this Walter Brandt, John 3. Butterly, licertain that everything was clean and Wednesday night in the Y. M, H. A. chael J. ConroY, John J. Davis, John healthy and in many other ways Capt building, in Jacksonville. The nen are H. Dooley, Edword E. Fredericks
Murphy looked after the welfare of his urged to stop in at Mr. Landman's of- Thomas P.-.Garvin. Clarence A. Morea- U men. He had slickers and rubber boots flee for cards of admission as soon as head, Frank T. Morrison, Joseph Podissued to all the men to protect them Possible, and not leave it for the last laha, Charles J. Sweeney, Raymond F. from Florida's sudden cloudbursts. minute. Your attention is again called Wright Oral F. Larkin, John a. d 0th Ir a
To tell the many excellent qualities of. to the fact that nobody will be admitted Hampton, Albert A. Eierman. Charles Capt. Murphy would take too much without this card. If the dance is worth Traub, Antoni Mervolion, Peter 3omspace but every remounter wishes for attending, It is worth coming down to bardo. him the best of success In his new post 'Mr. Landman's office for an admission To Be Cook-Privates Walter Duffy, and
and they congratulate the Arkansas card. Everybody Is cordially invited to James P Mallett, Charles E Drew. camp on securing so capable and well attend. Calvin F. Ritzler.qualified commander as Capt. Timothy P
H.' Mu0rphy An. unusual program is promised at ngrIA IT.. U .. Service Pi s
the Sunday-night entertalnment.in the L'l i.,t L.II.

'C',.to wfj .Wor lih ar- I~~.n Serling Silve!, 10 OLd 14k
_C6 .6 -,pcometente ertainenl. after '" t 6 -owing
the construction line at the. auxiliary 'the entertanment, there wil te a period _i a
remount depot, now and this settion is of dancing. These affairs are always en- Military Watches, Etc.
taking on new. life.' Five new barrack joyable, and a cordial Invitation is ex are being built in the rear of the ones jeabed a o Itin is exthat' now face the company street and tended to all to attend. The Duval 'county armory in Jack
the men that are now sleeping in tents Many of the men have spoken to sonville was the sqene Friday even: will' bf 'mor than pleasd wn t Mr. Ing of one of te most enjoyable will be more than pleased when these Landman, about organizing a discussion dacsta theslirby aeg
barracks are finished. Two new mess Ladsnaotognzn icsindances that the soldier boys have givhails and four combination shower group on current Jewish problems. There en in that building. For.the occasion. baths are also being built for these meno doubt that such a thing.would the men of the Base hospital unit of thefieldsuadrs are also coming buien. be very enjoyable,, and profitable, too, the camp acted as hosts and the 'man- Jewelers for 28 Years. I
The field squadrons are also coming In to any. who would be willing to join. ner in which they acquitted themselves for their share of the improvements as
each squadron is having a tropical mess But it would not be worth while for only added more glory to this high hall built and this will be a big improve- a mere handful. If any of the men are class organization. 135 W. Bay St..
ment over eating in the sand and fight interested in organizing such a group, The armory was decorated in.a most ing flies. These mess halls are very In it will be appreciated if they hand in artistic manner and the hospital boys vitin their names to Mr. Landman at his of- left nothing undone to make their
pilete the boys will be we fxdu fice, building 203. Opposite D-22. If a suf- guests enjoy themselves. The music for
Iteted will boy wias funihe byl thedp
The new brick road was opened last ficient number respond, the group will the occasion was furnished by the week from the main road leading itno be organized and, notice to that effect Camp Johnston band under the lead'Camp Johnston to the company street published. Pease hand in *your names. at tie remount and thence north past or call personally, before the 31st, so 'Warehouses Nos. I and 2 to the main that things can be started and gotten lane leading to the corrals and It is under way by the first week in June considered one of the -best pieces of
roadbuilding In Florida. At first the mer. Landman is still unacquainted
company street was planned to be paved a great number of the men. He t rebL
with brick the same as the iaIn road extends a most cordial invitation to alI but owing to the fact that the men of the mem to drop in on him at his the remount depot were given their cal- quarters, building 203, opposite D-22. This isthenics each morning and stood retreat invitation Is especially extended to the each afternoon on this street it was men who are new arrivals at Camp
thought best to have a shell road, as Johnston. Mr. Landman wants to meet this would be much easier on the men. all of the men, and is sure that the mutual acquaintance will be profitable. HEY'RE going by
Remount Library, Of ice hours are as follows: 11:30, 12:16E
a. .m.; 4:30, 5:15 p. n.; and 6:30, 8 p. in., the millions. EveryThe remount depot will soon have a li- and by appointment. These office hours brary of its 'own that will be fully ex- hold every day except Sunday, all day; body, and his neighbor, is
tensive enough to accommodate the en- Wednesday evening; and Thursday noon. tire detachment. Mr. Pearce and Mr. The men are most cordially invited' to eating them, and liking
Joslin, the directors of the American stop In-if for nothing else but to "talk them, and crying for
Library Association at Camp Johnston, shop." c for
held a conference recently with Major
Stanley Koch, commanding officer of the more. So-they must
remount depot, regarding the installa- NOTES FR be good!
tion of a library in the new Y. M. C. A. O THE
building at the depot. This matter was
satisfactorily arranged and the library BROTHERHOOD HUT
'will be installed.
This library will contain 1,000 volumes of the best and latest books in addition Every day the men of the camp show t
to the 300 volumes now being used at the
depot. Many of the new 'books will be just how much they appreciate the little
auaereference wor..ks, among them building on Officers' Road they' call O S~
being scientific. works on horses, and "The Hut' and It always has a crowd. tamingtbte eecarks anl.Teeo the differ Epsoa chrhes caf 1d ot sie d Rolls
mules, how to train herds and care for
these animals and other subjects per- Since they have a committees of ladies taining to the care of animals. There from the different Episcopal churches of
'will also be bdoks'on forage and a score the city to do their mending for them or more of subjects about which rembunt and entertain them the men are always men should be familiar. on hand. Never mind how many of come They tickle your sweet
ha. sthe ladies want your wbrk Remember
Vet Corps' Trip. men it is alt free and a work of real' tooth. Made of peanuts
love.
After weeks of work and study-, the The Thursday evening socials are real and chocolate. And clean
charter members of the auxiliary red treats and different parishes of the city mount depot veterinary y corps enjoyed are responsible for the entertainment end. as can be Try 'emI
their first outing last Sunday, when they Last week St. Andrew's with the as'went to Pablo Beach to spend. the day. sistacibe of several men of the camp and The men all went down in a body .by The Sweets Company 'of America
train and spent the morning and after- the only original Harry Lauder of the '' The Wes Copn oe erica
noon in surf bathing and other forms of Remount Station, we had a most happy 416-42 West 45th Street New York City
amusement that were thoroughly en- time. This week the entertainment is to joyed by all. w be given by The Good Shappherd Congregation, it is to begin at 7:30 p. m. If
the men want a good time be on hand!
First Picture Show. The Sunday services are most gratifying
The first picture show to be given and helpful to the men and the camp was presented at the remount depot Y. workers. The Holy Communion service
M. C., A. tent Friday evening, when Is an Inspiring sight to see the men in Secretaries Nelson and Larkin of the Y their devotions to their redeemer in His administration staff came down with Service 'of Love Every Sunday at 8:45 their little portable machine and en- a. m. Holy 'Communion and short adtertained the.boys with a one-reel coin- dress. And Sunday afternoon at 4:30 edyp and a drama, the latter 'being The p. m. Choral Evensong: no address. L oLn's Lair. This show was one of the Last Sunday Mrs. ogichai'd Blow was most enjoyable affairs that has been the soloist, this Sunday the soloist will
given at the tent since It was erected be Mrs. David E. Bail. and the men enjoyed sitting out in the It is requested that every member of moonlight and witnessing z-the' pictures. the Episcopal church will give, his -ad- i Best of all, Secretary Nelson promised dress' to the camp chaplan,-Athe Re I.[ ,... ., ,: 'i":,.i
the boys that within a verv shbrt time I: Webber-Thompson, by registering at
they would be given two pictures, each The Hut or sending his address to him






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lit TRENCH & CAMP,
Published weekly at the National Camps and Cantonments; for the soldiers of the C N O M N Y E
United S.tates. r2 CANTONMEN
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Room 504, Puliter Building THE LANCE CORPORAL
National Headquarters
New York City
AS he gazes and gazes at that single Obey, It changes and wavers under
JOHN STEWART BRYAN .* the exuberant pride and becomes a gold bar, a silver bar, two silver
Chairmsan of Advisory Board of Co-opeorating Publishers Ai
Camp and Location Newsopaper Publisher bars, a gold leaf, a silver leaf, an eagle, a star, two star-!
Camp Beauregard. Aiexandria, La..New Orleans Times Picayune ....D. D. Moore It Is a window into the future--that solitary chevre i-and looking
Camp Bowie. Fort Worth. Texas ...Fort Worth Star Teiegram ....Amon C. Carter through it, the lance corporal can see himself playing large: 'id larger roles,
Caristrom Aviation Field, Arcadia, Fia.Tampa Times ......................D. B. McKay
Cam Cody. Deig .HEl Pass Herald .....................H. D.* Sister wearing gaudie n ade nfrs ni h ia n ~ es-star part is
Camp Custer. Battle Creek, Mich ...Battle Creek Enquirer-News ...........A. L. Miller his. Not that our Coming Commander has overweening ubitions. He
Clamp Devens, Ayer, Mass. ............Boston Globe ...............Charles H. Taylor. Jr. elm ply has a healthy imagination. The lance corporal's will is the wind's
Camp Dijx, Wrightstown, N. J ...;.Trenton Times.. ..................JamesKeoney
Camp Doniphan, Fart Sill, Okla...Oklahoma City Oklahoman.K.... K. Gaylord will, and the thoughts of youth are long, long thoughts.
Camp Forrest. Chickamauga. Ga ...Chattanooga (Tenn.) Times ............H. C. Adler
Camp Fremont, Palo Alto. Cal ....San Francisco Bulletin .............. .5. Crothers There is no feeling quite comparable to that of taking out the first
Camp Funston, Fort Riley. Kan...Topeka Stale Journal ....Frank P. MacLennan detail, armed with the V-shaped badge of responsibility. Nothing quite as
Camp eordon, Atlanta, Ga ............Atlanta Constitution ........-...... ...Clark Howell manly as the voice of importance with which the L. C. speaks to the Troops
Camp Grant, Rockford, Ill ............The Chicago Dolly News V..ictor F. Lawson
Camp Greene, Charlotte, N. C....Charlotte Observer .................W. P. 5lulivan Under Him.
Camp Hancock. Augusta. Ga ....Augusta Herald ...................Bowdre Phflsisy Anhiletrho !"TyaefnlyrcgizgmybltyoCiCamp Jackson, Columbia. S. C...Columbia State .................... .W. W. Ball Adhslteshm!"hyaefnlyrcgiigm blt oCm
Camp Johnston, Jacksonville. Fla...Jacksonville Times-union ...........w:N. A. Ejllott mand Men. This is Just the beginning. Of course, I don't like, in modesty,
Camp Kearny. Linda Vista. Cal ....Los A. mlea Times ...~. ...Harry Chandler to predict-."
Camp Le, Petersburg, Va...:.........Richmond Bews Leader...John Stewart Bryan
Camp Lewis, Tacoma, Wash........Tacoma Tribune .....................F. S. Baker A Private belongs to another order. He is without power or parts, in the
Camp Logan. Houston, Texas ......Mouston Post. .............. ... Cough J. Palmer eyes of the stepping stone into N. C. 0.-dom. Of course, there are higher
Camp McArthur. Waco, Texas....Waco Morning News ............Charles E. Marsh officers, but where would they be without the L. C.A A long journey must
Camp McClellan, Anniston, Ala ....Birmingham (Ala.) News ....Victor H. 'Hanson haeapito eatrapr-femakto.Tems moigbid
Camp -Meade, Admiral, Md. -.......... Wash.. D. C.. Evening Star...Fleming Newbold hv on fdprue oto makto.Tems moigbid
Camp Pike, Little Rock, Ark ....Arkansas Democrat ........... I...Elmer K. Clarke Ing must have the first stone placed. There has to be a beginning. And
Camp Sevier. Greenville, S. C ....Greenville Daily News .....;...*1 1B. B. Peace
Camp Shelby, Hattiesburg. miss...New Orleans item... -, ....James M. Thomson what is more Important than a birth.
Camp Sheridan, Montgomery. Ala ...Montgomery Advertb.!_ .............. C. K. Allen From the High Private point of view, there is nothing lower than a lance
Camp Zachary Taylor, Louisville, Ky..Louisville Courier Journal ....Bruce Haldeman
Camp Travis, San Antonio. Texas SnAtnoLgt......... corporal, of course. "But what do such estimates matter! The massesKely iel ad Cra Stnly..:::I anAntni Liht............Charles a. Diehl they don'tunderstand. They haven't the larger view!"
Camp Upton, Yaphank, L. I., B. Y .ew York World.................... Don C. Selts
Camp Wheeler, Macon, Ga ........... Macon Telegraph................. W. T.. Anderson
tPsied uder the auspices of the Bational War Work Council. Y. M. C. A. of the *
Unte ,,-oo wit te co-operation of the above oamed publishers and papers. i 'a c ~ t n ) ut

KEEP YOUR POWDER DRY
By W. T. ANDERSON -By E. PRESTON. DARGAN
Publisher of the Macon (Ga.) Telegraph .Like ,a great artery traversing swept by the fierce mistral which
Theaveageindvidal ot ngaed pecficsacifies or he ovenmetFrance, the combined railways of the blows over the palace of the popes at The verge ndiidul nt enage spcifc scriicesfortheGovrnmntAvignon. This is the dividing point in war service or some of its various to carp and criticise. North and South reach the heart of between southern Languedoc and
say-at-home aciiisi oeo es Our Government has coninan- the country at Paris. The traveler Provence proper, and such names as
nevos trirrite iovrte oailue deered the lives of millions of young from Normandy to Provence finds the Arles and Nimnes, ancient Narbonne
ofou Gvenmnttomeet all of the business, in thousands of instance raetvreyi ad~psi n aTarscons imralncead by Tnademads adeupo itby he resnt tterly destroying these businesses, the character of the pe~ple. If he toarn suesurdnce andh. Prtvina
driimand madeupny iTbhe patreseint Our Government has commandeered lands, say at Dieppe, and meets the land of languor and beauty; and on
criisandexgeny.Thenaura ii-thousands of industries, taking them Seine at Rouen, he is Impressed at Its farther shore, like a gem of the
clination is to criticise and charge it over in toto and reserving to itself the,
with inefficiency. privilege of saying what the owners of once with the ordered, busy look of first water, Is set the, busy and popWe should remember that our Gov- these businesses shall receive as com- things. The excellent French roads ulous port -of Marseilles.
erment has been devoting itself to peneation. -begin here, never to end. They and and pursue the line of the Riviera to
those lines of thought and activity o ure ove limnt a syadtomths: the small, .placid streams are bor- the Italian border. He will pass the that had to do more with the develop- "You buy Liberty Bonds--we do't dered by alders and by the tall 6ym- naval base of Toulon, through the ment of the country ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ ~osopfla thno h ni i~ O ogv ormny u omtia oso omnyp ompltnresorts of Cannes and
ment f th counry tan o the di- sk yo to ive our mneybut o meticalrows fNNomandapoporn.eice-admone hhemighthavefoun viua. tsenrge hveal ben~ invest it and the investment we offer The fields are tended by shrewd, the end of his journey at Monte Carrected along peaceable lines, appar- isu cosiderethes bet urne te Worle, wizened peasants, and the tenacious lo. But -now. all that is. changed. The
-.. ently- with- the idea that, auchi -thg to save -for-your a SAC?-nk ascharacter of the Norman race appears casinos are closed .and the great,
Whnw udnyaoet te-lenaditiedt'ra o maywel lead~t arr s lza itf
c ke ''o th these savings to the Gov IernmleInt. helae-de-Prance, the old province pitals. T&eI almost -tropical land-.
fact that one nation has been special- Your life and your property are re- surrounding Paris., Is today too highly scape with the blue gsa- beyond, the.
*izing in war for one hundred years or served to you and your savings will metropolitan to preserve many of Its scalloped line of the Maritime Alps
more and had developed the best sys- be returned to you with an unusual ancient characteristics. We will sup. and the rich perfumes of many gatem of offense that'the human mind interest rate." pose that our traveler takes the fast dens must be a delight to weary and
could conceive of, we can readily ap- When we feel inclined to criticise day train on the P. L. M. to Mar- wounded soldiers.
* predate the tremendous disadvantage the noni~performance by our Govern- sies, He will skirt Champagne, We have descended France rather
under which the peny nations of ment we should search our own rec- now battle-scarred, where before the toward the eastern edge. If the travGermany are laboring. ord very carefully and see if we have war were found such valuable vine- eler wishes to go back north, bearing
It is not becoming in the individual done our best. We should possess our yards. In spite of the sparkle of Its more to the west, he must follow
American, who is allowed to enjoy his souls in patience and confidence,. wine and its wit, Champagne Is re- more devious ways. He will again or her usual home comforts and has "TM t in God and keep our pwder puted a fiat, prosaic country, given pass through Marseilles, heading for not yet been called upon to make any dry." over to Industry rather than to beau- Gascony. Before leaving Languedoc
________ty. The traveler will find the land- he will undoubtedly visit CareasKEEPOUTOF HE IREscape and the people more exuberant Sonnet the great fortress of the -MidKEEPOUTOF HE IREas he penetrates Burgundy, through dle Ages, and he may well rest at
*In one of the great cantonment base United States to defend those homes; Dijon, M11con and Lyons. This Toulouse, the centre of the southern
hospitals a young soldier lay ll. The Young men whose mothers kissed province, which we associate nat- basin, a sweltering, old-fashioned
chaplain of his regiment was his own them tenderly as they left and who Urally with ancient dukes and city. Below him will be. a land of themiiserwho hed imwill be waiting for them on their re- modern wines, is an amiable and hoe- torrents coming from the Pyrenees,a
pastor, th iitrwohad hedhmturn. pitable land of sunny hillsides and picturesque shepherd's country, the
in his arms and had baptized him. Decide right now hlow you Will fair women. The Industry of such a fantastic shrine of Lourdes and SaraThe chaplain approached the ward, greet your mother. Shall it be that town as Lyons, which has developed cen and other ruins. Above him
The soldier saw him and hid under you will have to turn aside your bead tremendously during the war, has stretch the Spacious fields of Gasthe covers. But the chaplain was too because you dare not look her in the never forbidden an enthusiasm for cony, with their vines and cities of quick. eye? Shall it be that you must re- the ideal and the poetic. In fact, in sonorous names-Cahors and Mon"What are YOU doing in this turn as a loathsome creature despised Burgundy you seem already to be tauhan-suggesting Maurice Hewlett
ward?" asked the chaplain, a note of even by yourself? entering the South. and the troubadours. *
mingled questioning and pity in his In last week's issues of Trench an Th "MWdI" proper begins just be- The Garonne, supplying this reV~~~~ice.~~~~lw CaptesoywstodoLh ii eaving out the rough andi once glon, broadens out into the Gironde
Then the soldier told his story. 'It of Dr. William J. Dawsonl to the vodcaU&~ country of Auvergne, the near Bordeaux, a city which happily
was not at all uncommon. He was European fighting front. e had three ralroad folwng the Rhdne, has combines stately old architecture with
afflicted with a dread disease, which sons in the service and he was, em on Its left hand Dauphin6 and on its many modern features. In the center had a terrible hold upon him. bittered to think that he had been right Languedoc. In Dauphind6, to- of the west lie Poitou and Anjou; ad"Yesterday a minister was in," said compelled to surrender the-i, -n wards the -eastern border, are the joining the latter is sweet and sleepy
the soldier. "I told him my story and after the other. But When hle Went monastery of the Grande Chartreuse Touraine, that country of monks and he said: 1 think the hest thing for you Over There and saw that there wa -and the university town of Grenoble, princely chAteaux, the home of Rabeto do is to go Over There and to die glory and gadeur an well as hrr~or with its fine circle of mountains. lais and Balzac. Quite near Parts lie gloriously. But leave your hody over he returned wih the feeling that oli4' Langledoc Is a stony land of salty Orldane and the cathedral town of there. immitigable duty was to be worthy of pods, Including the great plain of Chartres; to the west again the provThe boy was silent for a moment, his sons." These Is another phase. the Crain; but the Unhealthy spots ince of Maine, and finally the rude
Then he told his chaplain: "I found It is the .imitigable duty of the sol- are characteristically Surrounded by reef of Brittany pushes out its
out this morning, they won't have me dier under arms to walk worthily ofl perfumes and flowers and periodically ".pr .ow"' into the stormy Atlantic.
for service Over There. I am not good his parents.
enough even to be killed." Some men have come into the arH MEIAFIHSGEpN
Has it ever been put that way to infected with horrible diseases. They- H MRC FGT EM N
YOU, Young soldier, that in order to have been isolated at once. .The German Government has ciples on which our democracy and
fight for your country you have to be The record of such diseases congood enough to stand in the ranks and tracted while in service is surprisingly drowned our citizens, sunk our ships, all others are founded.
livewit deentmen Fo th Amn- ow. estoye ou prpery, nsutedour Germany plans to dominate the
livewit deentmen Fo theAmei- ow.desroyd ou prpery, nsutedourOld World from its center, and today
can army is not made upof dissolute Let this thought be before you al- flag, contrary to all law and all hu- has largely accomplished the plan.
boys who have wasted thir substance ways, there is a depth so low in which mnity. Every sc c a natI e er twl.b o aet
in riotous living. It is made up of it is possible to be so degraded that mf ar al suchatwsas. n e er twllb o aet
young men that have been called from you cannot even die for your country. ofws ~is .stop her.
their homes by the Government of the Keep out of the mire. By its cruel and treacherous treat- Gnteays New itWorld haeown thpato
TRAIOR NOW 0. ITHHOVE ment of Belgium, and by its manner we should have to fight Germany
TAZIR NOW 0.I.SITHHOVE of waging war, It has excited the later, if not now; and without help,
It takes some food to feed Uncle The equipment for American aol- horror of all decent people. Mercy instead of with the help of all other
Sam's fighting forces now In the field.. diers going to France now includes a great free peoples.
Here are some of the quantities of safety razor, shaving brush and, steel and justice through all the world are To fight Germany now is the only foodstuffs used every day In feeding mirror. Furnishing these toilet ar- at stake, way to make the World Safe for
a force of 1,500,000 men: Beef, 1,- ticles free to each and every one of Its constant love and desire for Democracy; to make sure that little 500,0100 pounds; bacon, 225,000 the hundreds of thousands of khaki- war proves Germany the greatest American babies, our little brothers pounds; ham, 210,000 pounds; to- clad men sent "Over There" will menace on earth to the peace and and eons, shall not have to do it, but matoes, 135,000 cans; jam, 225,000 add millions of dollars to the cost of happiness of free peoples, shall grow up free from the nightcans; catsup, 3,000 bottles; bread, maintaining the United States army, On our side are the democracies mare of militarism, suspicion and
2,000,000 pounds, and several tons but this Is just another evidence of of the world, great and small; on the fear. America Is a peaceable nation; of prunes, apricots, peaches and, -of the government's generosity. t~Its German aide are the autocracies of if we wish to -remain, so, we must win
course, the Inevitable beanm. fighting men. -the world, warring against the pnin- this war.. -








TRENCH AND CAMP _____HERE'S "A WOMAN'S EYE VIEW" A Letter

OF AN AMERICAN TRAINING CAMP.letrhscelah

(This is the first instalment of a descriptive stor about Camp Kearney, fatna nation aur of fiECHADCer,. cIled
written especlfl for "Trench and Clamp," by a. clever and obervanit fed fro ta satconl Gieunaar oie uple
nine writer. The concluding Itne will appear In the next issue of fo the gai n location of ear'i oife to
By RlUA DURK~E leave his home and his wife anjd child.
(Editor of the Daily Trojan, University of Southern California.)Itiahu ndometadothels
interesting in, ';at is has come to light
-'I don't want to go home,.. petition. The victrola operators re- nearly a year-~ 'er it wvas witn)
I don't want to go home, treated in disgust. Nothing is more My dear,wrtn)
tie" annoying to the sensitive ear, I As I kissed >, ou and the dear kidFor I'm having a wonderful tie u idge, than popular music beyond its ,~-' ~die this morning and as we waved
whined the carwheels aLs We hurried: third season, farewell at the train there was much
homeward. Here I was, just becoming ,"He does that every time," said ~-that I wanted to Bay. But somehow
reconciled to being a woman all my one, so I offered to take the piano -,I could find no words. This is the
stool then nextg time hee arose to ak second time, 'dear, that we have faced
life wheualongrcam. th armyt ande a "new" selection. the possibility of war. It seemed
upsgpet my e pilb inf I o'wike "Go to It," they said, and I did. 1 1 eiu hen the Mexican trouble
being ~ ~ 11 upg.I' anu.Iws couldn't play any better than he "threatened. It was serious for us,
.were horn to be a soldier, e could. but they said at least I played morwe hadrtou give up r everying.aWho
a girl isn't half bad if you're as luckyinaifentemo
as 1, but if I had my life to live overinadfeettmowehdogveueerhn.Wo
should certainly apply to head- TogrscmIntiebuexc- would have thought that so soon
quarters for a man's commission in tant-eyed. He would be there. They again the call would come? But I
bh ry ad come two hundred miles to see cannot help feeling glad that it has
tes army. bin threatened at the hi.Te atd ial hyi-come. Somehow I am proud today.
point of a gun and being requested quired of one of the men If he could prouder than I ever have been that
to leave Camp Kearney three times tell them where to find him. Yes, be the uniform I wear is that of the
wih or frc tanelgace ~belonged to' that regiment. Did he United States.
cmpsand rmyknow George? No, but he could find ~ aewne hscutyt n
like the army, army c~p n ryout atou him.r av ane t nw
life. And I realize that, As one t abu himtrth.a.haewnedi nw
sergeant remarked to me, a soldier's George was quarantined at the *. ,.Ing all the time that it would mean
life Is no dream, either, unless it be base hospital. separation from you. And I feel In
a nightmare. Neither IC. P. nor M. It wasn't very long before Mr. Edi- .my heart that you have wanted it.
P. can be called joyful experiences. tor arrived and we set forth to view We both have an old lineage; and it
But still I Vlie it. Uniforms are very the Pike "an' everything." On the 1s a proud one. Your family and
bcmn.left was the postoffIce, a large, barn- mine were united in Revolutionary
becoming. mWa Har like structure; over there the library, days in fighting for freedom and in
"No a rumWasHead" with about ten empty shelves to each .protesting against-.the tyranny of a
We rode the fourteen miles from one filled with books (no wonder they German King. How history repeats
city to' camp that first, morning in a needed a book drive!) and the post itself. We -are Joined in marriage
Ford. Just before we reached camp exchange, where one can buy any- now and yet the old tie, the tie of
we saw a road gang in the newest of thing except hairpins. love of right is stronger even than
blue overalls digging what looked .For lunch we were with an ambu- that; for we give up a life that in our
like an irrigation ditch, and work- lance company that claims Ruth St.~ marriage has been beautifully happy
iug as If the boss were away and they Dents as Its godmother. That's an-~ in order that I may serve the right I
knew it. I admit I was surprised to other nice thing about being a sol- rw" love and that you may serve it, too.
see they were soldiers. In overals- dier; you get a beautiful and famous k For yours is a patriotic duty. You
and digging! Where, oh where were woman as your godmother In addi- will he lonely; so -will I.
the brass buttons, the gold braid, the tion to all your other relatives. IM, G~' So far as you are concerned, I do
swords and guns'? There wasn't even Mess To APOn not feel that this separation is fora band, that Indispensable accom- M4s1Spoy .. [ )1L-I- ever. Even If I do not come back to
paniment of the army, to cheer the Mess was ready. I stood in. line "'r,: .* our home in America, I know that
boys to victory over terkywtthretotem my itut F 'we shall meet. This is a firm convicground. One Ideal shattered, I ready for service. There was just tion with me. I do not assert it now
thought with disappointment. utoerubewhtatk.Echpart ,~ \/,~ L in order that you may be buoyed up,
the sun still shone and the Ford was too big, especially the spoon. I -' ~ for I know that you share this faith.
rambled on. .don't know what size 'mouths most ________________Our love Is founded upon something
Over on the left appeared rows men have, but I might as well have substantial. It has been tried' and
and rows of khaki-colored tents and tried to feed. myself with a coal U. S. Ment in "Scratch Army" tested. You know, dear, how we
long& lo* buildings that looked like shovel as with that spoon. ,The cup C~njjtvhte and ,Thmked used, to joke-about the fifth year, o1
cow ~ ~ ~ of thh.eic h-'~ ~ also was devised,.with great ingnu-" -,., mtreI -aec the,.moet,.a
-~ ~ sal~4 ertit On~s~e. e~th~lin~' 'a~~7V n~"y&a. A'nd 3nou 1kno&w wbat'i'tri1
naiiagitlon to-6 de m thk li 9.~ ''~o to glb.ftof vtace to' Gene. e .sfac.am was to us. The loss of little Ethelmust' be the camp. Here terahlpoelsthcotns-heetaradaswnapace in enurng I scarcely can think of It even now. turned and a man in uniform came Were. fine. It was fishday and the military history, It Is no small grat- And how one thing followed another! out Of the real estate office on the fish was cooked as well as If the cook ification to the people of this con- e houhi tract to stop us. I was just going to were the Ritz-Carlton chef. Also try to know that America 'played a YthgvrugheIt all therelwatshome tell hIm that we did not want to buy there was plenty of everything- large part in that "stop-gap" achieve- thinevery swubeean or ltosh any land or take up a claim when he PIENTY. ment of this "scratch army. any of the trials of that year; and
asked to see my pass. We sat on benches like' those at a General Rawlinson, of the British each ministered to the other.
As we entered, a number of amhu- stock ranch bunkhoues. There was army, has written a letter to "the It seems hard, now 'that everylances and some artillery passed no tablecloth, for which I knew the commanding officer of an American thing would have been such smooth out. Everybody was laughing and laundress Was thankful. The floor regiment" who took charge Of the sailing. But' what a glorious privitalking. They didn't take it at all was covered with sawdust like a cir- Ui. S. engineer troops, cooks, order- lege it Is to be among the first to go!I seriously. They might have been go- cus ring, so I' wasn't surprised when lies and railway men and aided Brig- What an opportunity there Is for me lug on a picnlc instead of to the artil- I looked up to see a Man flapping adler-General Carey to hold a portion to serve. I did not join the National lery range. Then as we rode along his arms slowly and carefully, his of the British line from March 22 to Guard to serve merely in peace, I I found out that the sheds were what head on one side, looking for all the 27." 'felt that it was an arm of the service
you call mess halls, hut they looked world like an American eagle. The letter says: "The army comn- that could be employed Immediately
quite neat to me. Everyone slept "Do you usually have a cabaret?", mander wishes to record officially his by the government. I believed in in tents, and I surely felt sorry for I asked, appreciation of the excellent work preparedness. The country would
them, freezing in winter and mosqul- "Oh, that's Ted Shawn," said the your regiment has done in assisting not have it. We did what we could toed in summer, but an officer told man next to me. "He enlisted in the British army to resist the enemy's In the Guard. It was not much; but me that they are 'planning to build this company, and his wife, Ruth St. powerful offensive during the last It was the best we could do. wooden barracks. Tents are too ax- Denis, has adopted the company. ,She ten days. I fully realize it has been We are not finished soldiers; no pensive, lasting a year. gives us our breakfast every Tues- largely due to your assistance that one realizes that better than I do.
Every now and then w~e passed an day morning." the enemy has been checked, and I There Is much, very much, that I
orderly galloping down the street Awfully Scientific 'rely on you to assist us still further have to learn. When we get on the
and cutting corners better than our After mess everyone washes his during the.few days still to come be- other side It will be a case of applystrdoll alon e with apaentlyino own dishes. Army dlshwashlng is fore I shall be able to relieve you In lug all my zeal for learning to this crein I ng wrld adredy o it reduced to a science, worthy of note the line. I consider your work In the one thing. I have a responsibility to a cae I theword ad redy o fiIn Good Housekeeping. Two pails of line to be greatly enhanced by the the men who are with me; andI
upon no provocation at all Soon water are set outside thejdoor-one fact that for six weeks previous to would never want it said that any ond w a stoe a the Y.ntw MC.Ad-c soapy, the other clear, if you eat taigyut place in the front liue of them lost his life, or was wounded
and toped a~th Y.M. C A.Ad-little and eat that little fast, you your men have been working at such even, because of something that ministration building, where we have the opportunity of washing your high pressure, erecting heavy- bridges did not know or something thatI found my host, the local Trench and utensils In fairly hot and clean water, on the Somme. My best congratula- had left undone. Camp editor, under a pile of debris, The glutton has his Just reward when lions and' warm thanks to All." They are fine fellows, all those. reading a carload of poems contrib- his turn comes at the cold and greasy that are with me. I suppose in the
uted by various company poets. Most liud E AlTS home of each of them there is a situof them sang the praises of the girls While I waited I Inspected the The Red Cross has adopted the aio like that Inora homiie. Eac
they left behind thenf. Second in kitchen. One man was cutting up a hatdSae ryauigsse.s mde somenreaariiet
popularity were the odes to the best flank of beef In an entirely original Uie ttsAm auigsse.srehscuty
known member of the' House of Ho- manner. I asked him sweetly If he Orders have been Issued that Red 'This is a longer letter than I hadl
henzollern. The editor crawled forth, was a professional butcher, but he Cross workers, upon coming Into the planned; but there was so 'muchI. straightened to his full height and glared at me and snapped, "Hardly. presence of their superior Officers in wanted to. ay. Watch over the idpeered down at me from under his I decided that I liked the other sie the Red Cross Organization, must sa- die. Teach him at home before he green eyeshade. He would be ready of the room best, 'Men do' emlute. "The requirements of military goes to school. Teach him to be
In a short while.. Until then I might to like work in the kitchen, do they"?oreywl ecrflyosre, brave; teach him that if his daddy
wait here, or over at the Hostess Now personally I should feel more at says the order, which describes the does not come back he Is the man of
Houe.I wntto heHoses Hose hoe her tan n he ardeAmerican salute as follows: the house. Make him love my memHose iwetto Bth oste H ouse hrometern hadn.h prd "The American salute is made by ory. And as early as you can, direct
The Hostess House was a home, In Two soldiers came in, dragging an raising the right hand smartly till his thoughts to God and Christ Jesus.
spirt i notIn act. Butthere unwilling comrade between hm the tip of the forefinger touches theIfIanotorjiyuhetac
weren't any girls there either. Men, The sergeant began an Inquisition. lower pr ftehades rfr-hmta eadyuwl eonm
men everywhere. I never knew "What's wrong with you?" he finger above the right eye, thumb and there.
there were so many men in the world asked, fingers extended and joined, palm to Good-bye, dear. Everything I
until I visited that camp. Several "Bunk fatigue," answered his the left, forearm inclined at about 45 could do I have done. If It doss so
were~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ sitn rudo h ocbohr nK .frhm erees, hand and wrist straight; at happen that I shall not come hack, Regular summer resort, I decided. "Did yer get permission?" the same time look toward the pe- you will find full arrangements made.
Inside three were lounging on a The culprit nodded his head In son saluted, then drop the arm smart- Open the envelope addressed to you
'cushioned seat before a huge log fire assent. 'ly by the side." which you will find in the safe deposit
-on a hot day, Some were writing "Yes, SIR," snarled the non-coin., vault. Good-bye, wife of my heart;
at the various tables around the and began a short but concentrated MAIL IT TO MOTHER know that I shall always think of you
room. Two were giving us a vic- lecture on the afterlife of naughty Trench and Camp will be appre- and that I hope-oh! how I hope-It trola concert which varied in selec- little boys who run away from K. P. ciated by your, mother. Send this may lbe given us to pick up the ends tions from "Some Sunday Morning" After seeing big, strong men cook- paper home and continue to send all of our life again. God bless and keep
to Alma Gluck and John McCormack. Ing, washing dishes, washing clothes, your dther copies home so that your You. EDGAR.
A short, wild-looking little man in scrubbing doors, peeling potatoes and mother may get the news from your ~ .~
civilian, clothes grabbed the piano onions, I can see some advantages in camp and save the papers for you to SOS
stool and began to pound out' popular marrying, 'a solder-if one must read wheii you get back from "Over in Europe 'food' is so scarce it is" music of the vintage of 1900 in coin- marry. ''There." sacred. To waste' It' is sifull.







Page 6 TRENCH AND CAMP

struction. The*student officers are
TRENCH and CAMP certainly working for vetoed for ACTIVITIES AT "Y" BUILDINGS
night, and day they are either at
their studlies or out on the field drill-' FROM THE WEEK, MAY 22 TO 29.
Application for second class mail
privilege filed with postmaster at ing. These men have practically no Jacksonville, Fla., Jan. 12, 1918. time to call their own for they are bATE Bldg. No. 1. Bldg. No. 2 Bldg. No. 3
usually studying until the lights go Entertainment by Secretary Hall
Published by the Y. Jh. A. for the out at night and with the break of THURSDAY .Ioving Pictures. Miss Irene McCague. Speaks to the Men.
day many of them are back at the -.iusical Party of
Camp Johnston, Jacksonville, Fla., same duties, These men are deter- Program given out Moving Pictures. Thirty from
January 5, 1918. mined to bring victory to our army later. 7:30. Woman's Union of
Ca.p Editor and they are not hesitating in their SATURDAY Open Night. Stunt Night. Moving Pictures.
JOHN a. NELSON. efforts to give the best they have to e Na. m.,
Subscription Rates 9 a. i.,
Trench and Camp will be sent to any the work. They realize that victory 9. a. ., Bible School.
address upon payment of the following comes only from work and so they IA1Bible Class. Bible School. 1t a. in..
subscription rate; I are doing their part at this time. I SUNDAY Mr. ena. in.,t 10 a. in.; Di. Webber ThompOne Month ..................... .M Kent Pendleton. Dr. Marsh. son.
Three Months . ............. 35 Not only is this true of the student 7:30, 7:30 p. in., 7:30 pm
Six Months ....................... 5 officers but the student companies, Soldier Service. Soldier Service. Secretary Clonts.'
One year ...................... 1.00 j the laborers' companies, the remount Ngh .. S t Niti
men, the truck drivers, the motor Carl MODA so"ih.SutNgt
For advertising rate write Editor, etoviam y i rty Letter Witing
Trench and Caip, men, and in fact men 'of every TUESDAY Program by Party :ovin Pictures musical by Prior
or branch of service here are all work- from the City.. 30. and Myer Studio;
Advertising Manager of the Florida i WEDNESDAY Religious Program. Religious Services. Rellgsuus Program.
Times-Union, Jacksonville, Fla. ing hard In their efforts to Irepare.
themselves for work when they get. Remount Station-Thursday night, Secretary Brock speaks 7 p. in.; School Y. M. C. A. Organization "over there." They are not waiting Musical Arts at 7:45 p. in.; Friday night, moving pictures, 7:30; SaturAdministration Building. t day night, "Big Stunt Night"; Sunday, Bible school 9 a. m.; Dr. Keen,
Camp General ulding for anyone to make them work butS e 10 a. in.; Secretary Stephens, 7 p. m.
DR. L. E. MeNAIR. are doing it themselves and they are Detention Camp (Whlite)-Wednesday, 6:30. Dr. McNair speaks; Sunday, 9
Camp Educational Director proving that they are men ready andl a. m., Dr. Summers; 6:30 p. in., Secretary Critchett
J. B. MAHAFFEY. fit for duty. Work victory is their Detention Camp (Colored)Thursday night, soldier services; Sunday afterCamp Physical Director
LEW W. RcIESS. favorite expression %nd they are back- noon. 3 o'clock, Dr. McNair.
Camp Business Seretary ing up their words with action and Hospital-Thursday, 7:30, religious services; Sunday. 2:30, Bible school,
H. NELLUMS. when they reach the other side they Secretary Morrison; 7:30 p. in., Dr. Summers.
Camp 'Social Secretary,
C L. C. LARKIN. will be physically fit. fri Service beCamp Publicity Secretary and Editor. cause of the fatt>'.that'they have
JOHN M. NELSON worked victory over here. Their on- ALL ful order and gave their full attention
Camp Musical Director o LL O I IL, while the following numbers were
MAURICE E. WALLEN Iy idea and aim Is victory, they think staged:
Warehouse Manager [nothing but victory aid: they believe TAKING GAS COURSE 1lxhe qut pay Holo Marc and
Cm L. W.PLATT. that there Is no chance :for anything Lights out Vocal solo by Miss Mollie
Lamp a5vnr~itr Expert rme.Murphy, Honey, If Yo' Only Knew. EnF. F.'.T tSON. but victory to come to our armies. core, Sweet Little Buttercup. Banjo seCamp Cbnstrueitlon Superlitendent It Is the duty of ever : nmannca oeSwtLileutru.Bnjes
e y, mn 'it camp, All of the officers of Camp Johnston lection, Banjo Rag, by Prof. Godfrey. GENERG. W.UEDGY whether private, non-commtssloned have either completed or -will soon have Vocal solo by Mrs. Howard Humphrys,
G RBuldigNo. 204 officer or commissioned officer to completed the course 'In gas instruction When the Boys Come Home, and Daugh-iand defense that Is being given by Capt. ter of Mother Machree. Dixie SerenadBuilding Secretary., Bunyan Stephens. work 'his hardest to bring about vIC- Arthur W. 0. Bergfeld, 'm. R. C., who ers played Washington Grays March and Religious Secretary, S. C. Brock.
Physical Secretary, Al. Haddleton. tory for the army Is no:place for the has been Working at camp for some time. Send Me Away With a Smile. Vocal Social Secretary, George F. Thrall. loafer and slacker. It must be work The 'present class began their lessons solo by Miss Olivette Gandy, Sevilla Social Secretary, A.eorge. Thral pleanu saelast Monday ant they have shown quick (Italian opera), and All's Right With
SocIal Secretary, A. W. Allen. and plenty of it if you are to do conception of the work and it is prob- the World. -Suggey Shoo by Mrs. HowBuilding No. 205
Building Secretary, C. H. Stone. your part in the grdat conflict. The able that Capt. 'Bergfeld will have them ard Humphrys. There's .a Long, Long
Religious Secretary, E R. Hall. duties may often seem hard and ar- in the trenches by the last of this week. Trail, by Miss Murphy. Banjo selections
Tne lessons have been given each after- by Prof. Godfrey, accompanied by Sec Physical Secretary, 5. Brengle. duous but remember that to the noon in the Knights of Columbus -build- retary James Hickey, Mason-Dixon. Line,
Socidi. Secretary, R. C. Weidler. faithful alone comes the victory. Ing and the officers who have taken Oh, Johnnie, Pick a Little Four-leaf
Building No. 206' Iis course are: Clover, Faga Ballah, It's a Long Way
Building Secretary, Paul Phillips. Work Victory. Major Stanley Koch, Q. 1. C. to Berlin and others. An informal dance
Religious Secretary,, 0. A. Critchett Major James E. Ware, Q. M. R. C. followed the program.
Physical Secretary, C. H, MacDonald. Captain Arthur D. Allen, Q. M. R. C. Wednesday evening, May 15, a French
Social Secretary, Murray B. Hill. Captain Clarence E. Baines, Q. St. R. class has been formed and instructions
Social Secretary, M. A. Clonts. R K rC...r given by Secretary Gaudet. every
Building No. 210 WRIE Captain George D. Grant, 0. R. C. Wednesday evening from to S. A nun.
Building Seretary, 'D B. Eames. Captain Jackson 'Middleton, Q. 2M. H. C. her of the boys have taken advantage
Hospital Station. LETTER MA Captain ,phriais C. Phillips, Q. M. R. of this opportunity to become familiar
Secretary, David T. Morrison. A TO '' with French terms and they will unDetentIon Camp Stations Captain Lewis H. Reese, Q. M. R. C. doubtedly 'derive 'many benefits from atSecretary John S. Taylor. Captain Robert C. Talty, V. C. N. A. tending this class. All are Invited to
Cosaisslon on Training Camp KamlP Johnsting. Fla., May 19, 1918. Captain Hugo Winter, Q. f. R. this class and it Is hoped a large numActivItles Dear Ma: Well Ma you may not be- First *1.eut. Russell G. Campbell, Q. ber will take advantage of the instrucFrank Gorton, Athletic Director. live it but they done gone and Put If. C. 'N. A. Jewish Board for Welfare Work me in school again and now I am hay- Firet Lieut. Charles L. Carpenter, Q. tons.
Sol London, Field Representative. in to study just' l ke I done when I C., N. A. Thursday evening Boxing Promoter
o*.. onuon ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ C F!ltJersnale n ~a 3s ~ ei n M A Joe "Gorman gape his last bouts; tak. was ln school down to tha little school- First Lieut 'William, S. Grace, C H JO Geme ae hnis' ls b ous ,t
Knights qf Calnmnlisi all..ffluldluk;1 house" o';tui.gl.af btao .'....,..,. iigpr liiefJn n. h con:
~ SthE'~~"~"~"'' Carter IE'L Hrrison,~ (~ . --k':joit ~f bS' fonLL
General Secretary, T. E. Dye- -;the morn thnd staccn uitnl r po'dlockL.."rs po.. '.. . 'A' so ""i
Assistant Secretaries, J. A. Hickey, in the evenin We goes at 7 o'clock First Lieut. John H; .'Hbrn, Q. 'K. C, Friday. evening an unusually 'interest-'"
Joseph T. Forbes. in the mornin and gets through 11 N. A. Ing program was given by house talent
Chaplain, Rev. Father A. J. Tallmadge. o'clock in the mornin and Ma there First Lieut. Wilder D. Lemon, Q. M. 'under the direction of Secretary Forbes.
aint no recess at all like we had at C. N. A. Bert Lazarus, pianist late of B. F.
home. Ma they done put me in itf ir~st Lieut. Willias B. Kilgore, Q. M1. Keith's vaudeville circuit, and Guy SheeTHURSDAY, MAY 23, 1918. recklermatlon school and what that C., N. A. 'an, jazz artist, late of Pantage and Orthing is I don't know but Just the Second Lieut. John H. Caldwell, Q. M. pheum circuits together with Frank same I am studyin that stuff. Taint C., N. A. Mangerich, high tenor, and Joe Duffy,
rithermitic, taint gogeraphy. taint Second Lieut. Bruce H. Carraway, Q. bass, -rendered the following numbers to HELPING THE RED CROSS languish an Ma I dent know what M. C., N. A. the satisfaction of all present: Oh, Decthat stuff is and I kaint find out. Well S'econd Lieut. Herbert M. Cooley, Q. tor, Send Me a Nurse; America, We're Ma all we has to do now is to go to M. C., N. A. Fighting for You; It Makes No Differ.
Helping the Red Cross to put over school at 7 o'clock in the mornin and Second Lieut. John ?M. Curley, Q. W. C., ence Whose Soldier I Was, and I'm in their drive that is being conducted stay until 11, then we go home and N. A. the Guardhouse Now. These are origt wash up and do KP work until three Second Lieut. William F. Flinn, Q. M. inal compositions of Mr. Lazarus and this week is something that every o'clock and then drill for an hour and C N. A. he is deserving of great praise for his
man, whether he ne a soldier or a a half. then we does monkeyshines gecon Lieut. George A. Frazier, Q. M. ability as a composer. They also gave
SWhat they call kalasentics, then goes C., N. A. Sorry I Made You Cry, Dark Town
civilian, every woman, every boy and back and does KP for supper and by Second Lieut. Sm W. Harrison, V. B. Strutters, I Ain't Got Nobody and Someevery girl should be willing to devote the time we gets through with that C. body Done Me Wrong. Several colored
his or her time, money and labor to the lights has done gone out and we -Second 'Lieut. 'Morris 1. Jayne, Q. M. gentlemen gave an exhibition of buck paint got no time to study until noW C., N. A. and wing dances which met with great
make a, success. The soldier needs so whats the use in goIn to school. Second Lieut. Lawrence A. Kayser, Q. applause.
the Red Cross worse than anything Well Ha the other mornin I had a sho M. C., N. A. 'Saturday evening confessions were
else when he reaches the battlefield nuff toothake what was almost killing Second Lieut. Alton B. McHenry, Q heard from 3 to 6 and from 7 to 10 p. m. for there is no telg at w t m- my head and the leutenerant what is M. C., 'N. A. The four masses Sunday were well atr tre is no teling at w t m- in charge of our kompany sent me to Second Lieut. Benjamin N. Miller, 0. tended and Rev. Father Talimadge de-.
meat he is going to be stricken and if the horapital. I had to get there at at. C.. N. A. ivered a 'splendid sermon at the 9
he is wounded he should have ime- seven o'clock and I had to get to Second Lieut. Harry C. Noonan, Q.- o'clock field mass. The boys are urged
diate attention and. tht th bt t school at seven o'clock so what was t M. C., N. A. I to attend the short May devotions on
te attention and that the best t oin to do. Well Ma with all of that -Second Lieut. Dean Pt. Parker, Q. PM. Friday evenings at 6:30. Dailyy mass at
be obtained, No halfway ground bg cheek what I had on my face I C., N. A. the K. C. hall at 5:15. Instructions for
should be allowed in this connection thought I would go to the hospital Second Lieut. Caesar R. Roberts, 04 converts and Catholics desiring to refer the mal who Is giving his all for and I done so and I* got to school bout M. C., N. A. new their catechism are held every
the countty should h gi leven o'clock and Ma that lieutenerant Second Lieut. Joe D. Southwick, Q-. M evening except Saturday and Sunday,
the country should have all given for what is in charge of the school C.. N. A. from 6:15 to 7-30.
him. He is fighting on the front and jumped all over me bout not bsob at t Second Lieut. Harry A. Whittaker, Q. The secretaries for the new building
school on time and I though" shore s&XI. C., N. A.
the people at home should be willing he was going to keep me in after I Second Lieut. William J. Barrett Q/ have arrived and a formal opening wil to make any and every sacrifice that books. He wanted' to know what I M. C., N. A. I take place next week. General Secretary
is necessary in order to give the sol- mtant by not comin to school andI Second Lieut. George E. Boggs, Q. M. Doyle has left nothing undone to make nedsan tee s ot-tole him I had a big cheex and my N. A. tsit building a pleasant recreation condier what he nlioutenerant had told to o and econd Liut. Blair Burwell, Jr., Q. M. ter and his efforts have met with great
-ie whatnean had needs and thr is akh me t '". [ucs
ing he needs more than the Red get my tooth pulled or fixed up and C. N.A. -ccess.
Cross. he wanted to know why I didn't come Second Lieut. Walter G. Carter, Q. M. Secretary Marion has been assigned to
tn school after I. got it fixd u C- N. A. duty at the base hospital and detention
Th oe o mrc ar oern tn scnooi afer I got it mixed up N. .
The women of America are cer- Inthat made n mad and I tl hir 'cond Lieut Albert A. Cook, Q. M. camp. Ir. Marion is especially adapted
.n tha mad me "a an" tole Cirr S n Liut Aler A.i ChsC) h ni't o on
tainly doing their parti They are that I had to wait until I could see the C., N. A. to this phase of the Knights of Commworking in the Red Cross work rooms I tooth doctor and then go repbrt to my Second Lieut. William J. Cummings, bus war work. and has accomplished making bg h t1 eenerant as to what he said ar t, Q M. C., N. A. much good through his daily visits.
making bandages, dressing, hospitalhen cone to school.and as I couldn't Second Lieut. Clarence W. Erdrich, Q
garments and hundreds of other get all over the ground at one time I M. C., N. A. EN RT InMENT
things for the soldiers, they are giv- couldn't be in but one place at oe Second Lieut. Joseph M. Franklin, flflfl FO
ing their money and have far out-i time. Well that kinder made him mad C.. N. A. UGriUU Q.GO /lNTR/INMENT FOR
and he tole me not to talk sack to Second Lleut' William S. Griswol .
done the men in many respects and him and I said I wasn't but I couldnI- Pt. C., N. MEN IA .ETENTION CAMP
teir example should be followed. that was as far as I got for he tole Second Lieut. Leland H. Josnnes, 0 MEN IN DETENION
teir example should bme to shut u and not talk back to H. C., N. A.
They consider the Red Cross as aI him and I said I wasnt talkin back Second Lieut. John D. Keith, Q. M. C.,
vital part of their work and they are. but with my face straight towards N. A.
now calling on the men of Americato him and I thought he was goin to turn Secnd Lieut. Samuel J. MeWiham-% One of the most pleasant events that
"them They are not going to It round the other way from the way Q M. C., N. A has been given in the white detention
help he looked and elled at me. But M& Second Lieut. Harold B. Moore, Q. Mt camp was the program rendered Mondav
make any canvas of the camps, not, what I got to learn in this school is C., N., A. going to ask any man in uniform to how to save things and to take thd Second Lieut. Reginald Ort, Q. M. C., evening by Private Joseph Catri, one
,'l slop and get out of it what is any N. A of the new. men from Camp Lee but who
contribute one cent, but many of the good and what can be made into Second Lieut. Herbert H. Porter, Q. is now a member of the Fourth receivs o l d i e r s h a v e f e l t i t t h e i r d u t y t o s o m e t h in e l s e a n d t o t a k e t h e o l d M C ., N A i n . . . .. . . . . ... .
make a donation; even though it was shoes and make them new agaain. and Second Lieut. William 'H. Seabrooke, lng company. This program wasar.
small, to tife ones who are doing old clothes and clean and patch them Q Al. C., N. A. ,ranged by Secretary John S. Taylor and
up and fix broken guns and how to Second Lieut. Louis A. 'Ungerleinder, Private Cai 'used his piano accordion
something for them. These contribu- tell what is any good and what is not Q. M. C, A tat is used Nis Aianot aceorest
tions have been gratefully acknowl- and we got to take all the rubber boots that Is considered one of if not the beat
and put them in plslkthyogtaccordions that has been turned out by edged by the Red Cross and have ttblus lkiwa they sg f
to be just like at they is good for INTEREST~I ROGRAMSU~ one of the largest factories of N ew Yorkc.
helped wonderfully but they are go- and take the old straw what the boys INTERESTING It took the company twelve months to
ngto stand by their original plan empties out of their bed ticks ad flIlItokhecmaywlvmnhso
lng o use it for behd for the horses dAT OFd fLIIlI make this Instrument and Private Catri
and make no solicitation from the mules and well there is so much else AT ibI O CULUUi proved himself a master with this sweet
soldiers, what T paint got time to tell for I got Instrument.
--_________________ to quit -and go to bed now cause I itent r
dent want to get In bad with that Private Cai rendered a varied and
WORKING VICTORY ]ieutenerant what is boss of us now. A very Intere.tIng and most enjoyable thoroughly enjoyable program and the
But Ma I dent know whether they is program was rendered by Jacksonville Y. M. C. A. tent was filled beyond its going to send me away from here or talent at the Knights of Columbus hall 'The expression "Work Victory" not but I will tell you more about It capacity and the crowd extended around
next week so be reel. good and dont on Tuesday evening under-the direction the tent on all sides. He has promised has become very common in these fail to help the Red Cross cause we of Mr. O'Keeffe, president of the Oath- to repeat this performance at an early times and from indications about will' -fred them when we gets to olic Club of Jacksonville. The hall was date and when he is excused from the Frane and e shot. taxed beyond its seating, capacity and detention camp he is sure to become one
Camp Johnston the men are getting Fn Fan re hoy. the porches were overcrowded. ;Despite of. the favorite entertainers of the en-:plenty of chance to carry out this in- A. ROOKIE. the crowd the boys maintained wonider- tire camp,. -








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C oFR.,oio. ...... When a Feller Needs a Friend

CAMP JOSEPH E. JOHNSTON., FLA.
May 12th, 1918.
Commandiug Officer I
Lieut, 0o1.. Charles L. Willard. Q. M. C. Adjutant
Capt. Frank E. Parker, Q. M. C. N. A.
Assistant to Adjutant
Capt. Michael G. Bullier. Q., 4. AR. C.
Personal Division.
Capt. Harry Corcoran, Q. M. R. C.,
War Insurance Branch.
Capt. Edward P. Doyle, Q. ,. R. C.,
Head-Mall Branch.
Capt. Andrew C. Larsen, Q. M1. R. C.,
Records and Details Branch.
Capt. Basil G. Squier, Q. M. R. C.,
Commlsloned Personnel.
Capt. Charles Van Buren, Q. M. R. C.,
Orders and Instructions Branch.
Attached to Headquarters
Capt. Herbert E. Fleischner, Q. M. R. C.
Summary Court Officer
Capt. Patrick J. Gorman, Q. H. R. C.
Police Division
Capt. Burton E. Griswold, Q. M. It C.
Exchange Officer
Capt. Daniel R. Raymond, Q. M. R. C.
Signal Officer
Lieut. David R. McLain, 8. R. C.
Ordnance Officer
Capt. George D. Grant, 0. R. C.
Range officer
Capt. Mahlon K. Taylor, Q, M. R. C.
Military Postmaster
Lieut. Alton B. McHenry, Q. H. C. N. A.
Quartermaster
Major James E. Ware. Q. Af. C.
Assistants, 4uartermaSAter Division
Capt. John C. Christophel. Q. M. R. C.,
Head Clothing-Equipment Branch.
Capt Charles B Fraike, Q. M. R. C.,
Head Finance Branen.
Capt. Thomas Kenny, Q. M. R. C.,
Assistant 940 rtermaster.
Capt. William "M.'Larner, Q. M. R. C.
Head Transportati-on. Branch
Capt. 'Lewis H. Reese. Q. M. R. C,
Transportation Branch.
Capt. Petel Peterson, Q. M. R. C.,
Subsistence Branch
Capt. Peter Shemonsky, Q. M. R. C., .
Reclamation Branch.
Capt. Nels J. Thorud, Q. M. R. C.,
Head Fuel, Forag., bliscel. Branch.
Capt. Thoas J. Berney, Q. M. R. C., !7'
Director Correspohdence School. t'
Capt. John C. DeMuth, Q. M. R. C.,
Director Military TraininCapt. Harry Diffenbaugh, Q. ZR C.,
Instructor.
Capt. John C. Duncan, Q. M. R. C., Contributed by Briggs.
Director Editorial Branch.
Capt. Ephriam C. Phillips, Q. X. R. C., .
Instructor.
Capt. John Shell, Q. M. R. C., ..
Instructor week and he intends to have hand- management, but he said that some other Mass Sergeant John F. O'Neil and wag
Capt Hugo ,nter, Q. R. C., stands of the rustic nature erected orm nizations are making promise of ex- pr.-pared by Cookz Goodridge, Combi.
Instr throughout the camp so that the con- options Weekes and Schneider and was comBlock Commanders crts. may he given in the. various posed of the following tempting dishes:
Capt. Lewis B. Massie, Q. Uf. R. C., blocks. This will add greatly to theAy T .r9 'a' N]T] fl Oliv e "iCkles, roast chicken and
Block A. success of the concerts an Cat PA O HE B1~ l I D INNE 1aLt ressing, torn 'on cob, creamed Peas,
Capt. Robert C. Eaton. Q. 1. R. C., iker hopes to have these ready withb read, butter, army punch, Ice cream,
Block B.- a very short time. AEM Na
Capt. Arthur Brockmann, Q. X. R. C., The program rendered by the band SERVEDIN
Block C. ThUrsday was as follows:
Capt. Charles. J. Brown, Q. M. It. C.. Selection, The Blue- Paradise (Rom- t th _____- o corn
Block E. .-.- ber) .. Noticinghthenrecentlmenu--or.a tom- We Pay Highest Cash Price for Diser.
'Capt. Charles J. -Brown. RC., Waltz, Wedding of theWinds (Hall.) puny, di centnner thatf was served WIn one M'i s C Pi f Dis
- ~ : -Bela F; Three Dances, from Henry VIII(Ger- of theconp anieincmyp,theChauf- Clothing, Hats andh, w..
~ EUa. -Q. Ws.~ ofun. th-opaioi cap fh Chauf4,> uursuSi isadBg
Block G. Selection. .:from onnk a (im )meven btter nd they. c red. M e o Cui n a ts a s
Capt. August Ifttman, Q. M R. C., Chillan Dance, -Manaa -(Hissud.) ask tA this be vrinted so that the'
. Block H- L .. _ March. The Boys of the Old Brigade other men in camp may know that the Exchan Clothin"
Capt. Maurice McMalhon, Q. M. R. C., (Chambers.) ycauffeurs don't ever -have any. tom- ,,e
C Block Star Spangled Banner. Q. 2iiant to make of their meals The o..
Capt. James S W H. R .. .-r- -1-e )Pel- was served last i 216 Broad St. Jacksonville, Fla.
Blk Sunday to the men of this company by
Capt. Hugo inter WILL CALL BALL PLAYERS
Capt. Henry Rath, Q. M. Rt. C., O'r
Division SurgeonSEEKING BOB PROOF BUICK FIVE-PASSENGER Army-Na AUCTION BARGAINS
Lieut. Col. Joseph Y. Porter, AL C. S K B B O Bpageillustrated circular mailed, Sc.
-esisaflt Fo Rent B~tYn.ef~ro a. u's.N. Dlly Sa.t $1.00onsemll~brisls."DI Copgg.9 1 Sl,2a& i''llll~e
Major Addison Davis., M. C., For By Hour or Day. Shirts 3 x.s
C. 0. Base Hospital. There has been an awful howl over Revo aeN ec rd Aler .85
Major Graham E. Henson M. R. C., the ball players who have lately I"t V1ae uflver Nec ,I.ed U. Cl r wutong .20
JBase Hospital. jumped from the big league clubs and Drive It Yoursel. 15 Acres. Got st.eele berie.. rated
italo Lag 2 aCcoeiu atlgemie
Major H arry A. Peyton, R. C., tried to escape the draft by w orking L rg425 P g e Cyclpedia C atalogU o t fle
Base Hospital. in the shipyards. It has become such s stamsn
Major E. I. Vaughn. Al. R. C.. a serious matter that President Tener Phone 7126 or 7469-W. IF f IS:I4, A, & S0,II, B N
Head Iedical 2orps Branch. of the National League has written tomCapt. C. A. Gallon, D. R. C., General Crowder asking him- to in- .. .... ......-.
Head Dental Corps Branch. vestigate, and Ban Johnson of the
Major J. A. Vogelson. San. C. N. A., American League threatens to do the] Civilian Personnel The three most recent cases of ball
W. S.. Fields, Represe-ntative Q. 1. G. players deserting the diamond e
0.. Advisor to the Commanding shipyard are those of Joe ackson,
Training DiviSion -Kopp. outfielder, and Bob Geary, pitch- i r i 3
Robert L. Cooley, Chief. er. of the Athletics. I G et(11
William L. Anderson, Director Office 1opp and Geary went to work at a "
Training Bran.h. Wilmington plant this morning. JackJohn C. Broadhead, Director Shop son has been there since Tuesday. it rub few
Training -Branch. There have been scores of such
H. 'W. Geromanos, Director Road Train- cases, and an investigation will de- onds with a brush or a soft
ing Branch. termine just how these "bomb-proof" c
Person l Division positions have been secured and you've a
C. Fuess. Chiuf. whether it is with the connivance of
government officials.
OT- E-CHANGEr CUNL'l It is not believed that the ball play- dress-parade shine you can
POST' EXCHANGElil COUiNCIL e, .r are any less Patriotic than any1
other class of men, but apparently it is see your face in,
being made easy for them to find work
HOLDS BUSINESS MEETING which will not take them to the war"For d
It has been reported to the authorities F ark tan shoes and put- j that in many instances these players are
The first session of the newly cre- organized into semi-professional teams att nothing
acted Post Exchange Council was held some of the big Industrial plants and re- i
Saturday, at wch time the council ceived salaries for their services apart
went careful over the many matters from any shipbuilding work.
bfearious General Crowder has no knowledge of
.d.el the wor. capt. haiel u the organization of the Bethlehem Basedetaens of the work. ap. ae R ball League with which f Raymond, post exchange officer. pre- la gsome of the
~ ~ ~ ~ plyr aft.' .... .dt = t' e r rentring the shipyards .....'- IBR OW N
sided over the meeting and it was -at- nected after entering the shipyards If
ert C Easton, Arthur n the schedule of the league interferes A-A B R OW N
Stephen J. Ellis, August Ki tman. Wade with full time work in the shipbuilding Simonton, Jackson Middleton Maurice plants it is probable that the military McMahon, James. S Walker. Hugo authorities will decline to recognize its
Winter, Henry J. Rath and Charles J connection there. "It sinks into the fibers of
Brown. The chief matter under con- Al Mamaux, former Brooklyn pitcher,
sideration was the division o fthe post is with Fore River, as are Joe Connolly
exchange fund that go back into the and George Twombley, former Boston the leather, lubricates them
company mess and enables the men to National outfielders, all of them of draft so
have little dainty dishes and other del- age. Lebanon has Plitt, a former Brook- and kee s the s aoes soft
Icacies occasionally. lyn twirler, as well as Bill Ritter, form- k ps
___a__esoccasionally,- erly of the New York Giants. Ed Monroe, and as a
a young Yankee pitcher, has recently pliable glove. It
BAND gone to Sparrow's Point, Md.
Connie.'ack, discussing the action of takes out faded and soiled Kopp and Geary, said:
% E"I have lost a lot of players to the spots and gives a full, brilTO DELIGHT MEN AND VISITORSj Army and Nvada o opan
Ing one bit as long as the government liant luster that lasts."
needs them, but I do object to these
firms offering big money to tempt playThe band concerts that are now be- ers awa from our clubs so the can play BIXBY'S DOUBLE A BROWN 25c
ing given at camp by the Camp John- ball in these Industrial leagues. I don't
stone. band under the leadership of Ser- think It is fair, and I think it should "Good for a Hundred Shines"
geant A. W. Eshleman continue to at- be stopped at once."
tract large crowds of soldiers and It is expected President Johnson will
inany of the citizens from Jackson- enter a protest with General Crowder,
ville who love good music also come provost marshall, just as President S. M. BIXBY & CO.
out on these occasions. The band gave Tener, of the National League, did in New York, U. S. A.
a concert last Thursday evening in the case of Al Mamaux. Iw or U.S
the headquarters park and as usual a Manager Mack. made it-clear that-the ....
large crowd was present. Bethlehem baseball organization Is tell- UI .
Capt. Parker announces that these Ing its ball players that -no exemption _____._____._"_-concerts will continue to be given each from the draft is promised them by the '








TRENCH AND CAMP

UTHE BARRACKS WHEEZE" Army Sports No. 3 S. TOSEND

By PRIVATE CHET SHAFER AS WELL AS TROOPS
(sl0th Sanitary Train, Camp Custer, ~,, odesi h iiaytann
Battle Creek, Mich.) Soldiers in the military training
f w.r. ? camps are to be schooled in amateur
Aft e n/ o dramatics'-so that when they get to
You get in France, where facilities for amuseThe
Army : ment are limited, they will be able to
It's not Iprovide their own shows and amuseIT'e noter riements.
The number of friends Y4 A plan for making amateur draT ha matics a part of the comprehensive
That counts. programme of entertainment that the
It'sr War Department Commission on
Their e .Training Camp Activities has instiManifestations. tuted in the war camps has been
None knows better than the supply drawn up by Raymond B. Fosdick,
srenoftebecso r is.'' Chairman of the Commission, followsergeant of the breeches of promise. ing successful experiments which alA MULE'S NOSEBAG IS STRIK- ... . . ready have been made along this line
A MUE' NOSEBAGA IS STRI-, in a few of the camps..
ING TESTIMONY OF THE UNCER- ~.~, ~ i e ftecms
INT Y OF THE IFE. It is proposed to organize soldiers
TAINTY. O TIposse sing dramatic talent into
Laigt ... groups or units, selecting as their
n nad.Sn ayhooii c wn't h leader one of their number who has
annual Sunday school picnic won'thaprvoseeincintarcl. amount to much this year. t" or.hows edpitde in this
......... .......aor shows marked aptitude in this
H A OEdirection. The general organization
ERYTHING BUT COLLAR BUT- t tESS and development of the amateur comTONS. Ridding the rookie who Is new at putting on the army nosebag. panies would be under the super___NS.__iddingtherookiewho __snewatputtingon __hearmynosebag, _vision of a director of amateur draThe season for exchanging pre- matics, experienced in college work
hFre h or elsewhere, whom the 'Training
mium ribbons won at last fall's fairs Learn F c Camp Commission would attach to its
for corporal warrants has been closed. Liberty Theatre in each camp in
LESSON XII il part leaves, departs which the soldier-actors would give
Th.: had started down town, with (HIS, HER, ITS, THEIR) par I their performances.
passes, *to fix up a party. The one, a Son train (s5 trd), his train, her il s'arrhte stops, halts The plan is similar, to that emfussing extremist, declared that he train s art played in England, where the Governneeded a haircut and a shave before sa montre (sa mdhtr), his watch, vous voyez you see ment encourages the soldiers in orhe-began operations. His "buddy" her watch voo vwayd ganizing dramatic companies and
was vexed, see voitures (sd vwatiir), his, her suivez follow (command) supplies them with simple stage prop"Now, what do you want to spend coaches (carriages, vehicles) sweev6 erties and costumes to lend the conall that time for?" he complained, leur capitaine (luhr kapeethn), en face opposite rect color to their productions, al"You waste a good hour, and where's their captain .h fas though it does not send shows into
the profit? The last time we went to leurs officers (luhrz ofeesy), 1 -bas over there, down there the camps, as is done In this country. town you got a haircut, shave, mass their officers a ba The whole idea, Mr. Fosdick explains,
sage, tonic, a shoe-shine, manicure, le train et sa locomotive, the train midi noon, 12 o'clock is to teach the men to be self-amusing
and-
"Yes, nd--?" and its engine meedee and will in no way interfere with the
ma compagnie et ses officers, mY minuit midnight, 12 o'clock night Commission's plan of having the big "And all you picked up was a ticket company and its officers. meenwee theatrical producers go into the
to a movie.", TIME pardon I beg your pardon camps to put on their productions for

WILLARD SAID THE ONLY Quelle heure est-Il? (kdl uhr !t i?) pard6h the benefit of the soldiers.
GENERAL ORDER HE KNEW IN What time (hour) Is it? -EXERCISE A committee on camp theatricals,
A eat deux heures (dub uhr) dix. u r -Il? e which acts in an advisory capacity to
TII te eues (2: 10) d 1. Quelle heure est 11 est une the Training Camp Commission, will
DUTY WAS: heure. II est une heure vingt. Il est take up Mr. Fosdick's plan at a con"TO BE ESPECIALLY ALERT Son train arrive b. neuf henes trols heures vingt huit. II est midi; ference which has been called for the
FOR THE OFFICER-OF-THE-DAy. vingt trois. His (her) train arrives midi vingt deux; minuit dix. Leur latter part of May to further the coat 9:23. train part 9L minuit dix sept. Son ordination of the theatrical activities
Last year when they mentioned NEW WORDS AND EXPRESSIONS train arrive D minult douze. Votre in the camps. The committee Is
strawberry shortcake they spoke our French Pronunciation Meaning train s'arrhte clnq minutes. Le md- headed by Otto Kahn, of New York, language. un agent (de police) policeman canicien a regardd sa montre. Le sol- ad '.includeS .moog itslpersonnli
.. __a. prend (gts) son, billet. 10e1o- 11 suh e'-'sAgut-lo& "r
... lUi"C a"wCAIF- etramway. street car at' oin igd'leursaontres. ence H Macky Charles '14"SabinQUITE GET THE DRIFT. tramwm 2. Pardon, monsieur l'agent. Oi and Charles Dana Gibson, also- of
la route road, route est la gare, s'il vous plaIt? Vous 'New York.
Step forward in the aisle, please. root voyez le tramway lk-ba's, n'est-ce pas? An executive committee of five to
la minute" minute Oui. Eh bien, s vez la route du direct entertainment and theatricals
There's a big bunch waiting to get on. meenfit tramway et vous dtes I la gare dans in the military training camps has
le temps time, weather dix minutes. Je veux prendre le been appointed by the Training Camp
Those wishing honorable dis- tkh train e Toni. Est-ce que j'ai le temps? Commission. The committee consists
charges step one pace forward. la montre watch L'agent regarde sa montre. I1 est dix of Malcolm L. McBride, member of
mfhtr heurds dix. A quelled heure part votre the Commission, in charge of. camp
THE REST MAY REMAIN- une heure 1 hour, 1 o'clock train? 11 part h dix heures vlngt amusements, Chairman; Daniel Frohiin uhr cinq. Out, vous avez le temps. Vous man, retired playwright and proAND CIEAN T ERASERS. je veux I wish, want avez quinze minutes. Vos pouvez ducer; J. Howard Reber, a Philadelzhuh vuh prendre le tramway. Le voilk. I1 phia attorney, prominent in dramatic
When the guard was mounted in a prendre to take, get s'arrhte I-bas, en face. Merci, circles; Franklin H. Sargent, of New
northern cantonment an even-tempered prahdr g monsieur l'agent. Le soldat prend Ie York, president of the American
soldier, meek and unassuming, told the il proud takes, gets (of ticket) tramway. Dans un quart d'heure il Academy of Dramatic Arts, and corporal of the guard that he preferred priih est h Ia gare.. Augustus Thomas, the playwright.
his horses as his cigars-ice and mild. Mr. Reber is the representative in
charge of the New York office of the
AND ALL THE SADDLE OIL HE "Tar l," Says French committee.
USED DIDN'T MAKE IT ANY They Are Marvelous, SPORTS
SOFTER-FOR HIM. Officer, Referring to U. S. Soldiers A progressive system for the inA young private, with a discolored struction of soldiers in boxing by
eye and blood dripping from his nose, General Pershing's offer of "all with a touching good will, setting squads has been evolved by Floyd A. looked up at a compasionae friend 'that America had" has been made aside all conceit or prejudice. Nat- division athletic director at
and expressed the fervent wish that the basis of a working agreement urally, they have the faults of all new Camp Custer, Battle Creek, Mich., and those who were promoting boxing with the Allied forces, and the troops troops. They show themselves too submitted to Dr. Joseph E. Raycroft, would never get it up to the general from this country are now completely much and expose themselves impru- general director of army athletics for status, merged with the forces that are safe- dently, letting themselves be carried the War Department Commission on
wi Training Camp Activities, for adopguarding civilization. away by their ardor, not knowing tion in ampg cantonments. The
/---/. --- / ..... / A special correspondent of the when to spare themselves or to seek t m in alran cents. the
Paris Temps who had visited the shelter or when to risk everything for system has already been tested oat at Which, in the general service code, American front, writes: an end. This experience will be U ter iet ivRreslt.
means-- "The intimacy of the Anglo-French quickly learned. Under Director Rowe's plan, the
relations has often 'been described; "As for bravery, activity and dis. soldiers would be detailed in groups "IENOUGH." the Franco-American iason. Is even cipline, they are marvelous. They a of from three to six squads to receive
morninga series of progressive lessons in the
more close. solutely astonished us one phases of boxing, thus givIf the war lasts two years more, "It is a veritable fusion; everybody of attack. The cannonade, suddenly dafteen a omprehensivehunscand excuses for week-end Passes con- is animated by the same spirit and becoming furious, had just thrown me In the men a comprehensive instructinue to swell the death list, there works according to the same plan, out of my bunk. No doubt about it, tion in the space of time ordinarily won't be enough relatives left to keep following the identical objectives, it was a Verdun attack. Taking time used up in learning a single lesson. the home fires bring. THERE ARE, OF COURSE, TWO to seize my revolver, put on my hel- squads learning fundamentals; the
UNIFORMS AND TWO LAN- met and gather up several docu- second, six squads receiving advanced
WHY SHE WEAR KHAKI GUAGES; BUT THERE IS ONLY meats, I descended to the streets.
instrutos h hrtresud
A man just over the draft age ONE ARMY." When I arrived there they were al- instructions; the third, three squads
boarded a crosstown car in New The same Paris paper publishes a ready filing by with rapid, easy, de- practicing instructions; the fourth,
York the other day and spied a girl letter from a French officer to a cided steps, marching in perfect or- one squad practicing on the punching conductor. Instead of paying his friend. The letter says: der, in silence, with admirable Pea. bags, and the fifth, one squad in pairs
fare immediately he sought to en- "Infinitely interesting is our con- olution, and above all, with a striking training would* be assigned to the terrain the conductor with some thor- tact with the American troops. They discipline, to their fighting positions. grain stul os wile the oughly characteristic talk. 'She have occupied the sector immediately It was fine. You can have no idea groups as instructors, while the boxstood it in silence for a moment and beside ours. We have seen them at how cheering it was to my polus, tsa camp director, personally, would then caught sight of a soldier, work, and it should be told and re- "Their artillery will be and already take charge of group two, where the most important part of the instruc"You see that man," she said, told that they are marvelous. The is of the first order. The officers are tion takes place.
pointing to the man in uniform. Americans are soldiers by nature, and intelligent and filled with zeal, and The system, Director Rowe points
"Yep, I see him, but I don't like their officers have the desire to learn the greater part of the service func- out, would give the soldiers 7 % minto look at him when you are here to with an enthusiasm and an idealistic tons without a hitch. Too much ,woudgiete s rsc inbe looked at," was the rejoinder, ardor very remarkable praise can never be given their sani- of advanced instruction, 7 % of prac'Well," said the conductor, I am "There is the same spirit among tary automobiles, swift, strong, com- tics, 2 % for bag punching and 2 wearing this uniform so that he can the privates. They ask questions portable, a veritable godsend to us." for actual boxing, allowing for a half wear his." minute rest between each period. In
The annoyance ceased and the idler VERISIMILITUDE MOTHER- addition it would give variety to the
paid his fare. "Why is a slacker like a custard Will save all your copies of Trench lessons and stimulate the interest of
pie?"1 and Camp for you. Send this copy to the men in the training which is now
S.O.S. ."Well, go on, I'll bite. Why? her and all others that you get. She regarded vital to the equipment of
The Twins--U-Boats and Waiste- "'Because he hasn't got crust will enjoy reading the news of your every soldier because of its close regnlness--are a menace to the Allies. enough to go over the top." camp. lationship to bayoneting.






TRENCH: AND CAMP

MUSIC HAS PLAYED BIG AEU ? ec t
PART IN ALL GREAT WARS H Y ANY? "Te Says
Announcement has been made
An interesting commentary on. the by the War Department that it de- By PRIVATE BILL MEAGHER
value of singing in the camps has sires, for'intelligence purposes,
photographs, descriptions, draw- Batry F. 305th F. A., Camp Upton, N. Y.
been made by Owen Wister, of Phil- wings of bridges, buildings, towns
adelphia, author and member of the and localities now occupied by the ALL IN THE DAY'S WORK
Music Committee of the War Depart- German forces in France, Belgium
meant Commission on Training Camp and that portion of Germany lying A street cleaner is now a cook.
Activities. "Music is as necessary to west of a line running north and
the soldier's heart as bread is to his south through Hamburg. A Coney Island barker is now barking as a
bod," e sys.sergeat body," he says. "It is often spoken Iet your thoughts go back home rant.
of as a luxury, but It is not a luxury, and try to recall whether such ma- -,A floor walker is now mounted.
even in time of peace. trial is available there. At any k./ An undertaker is now manicuring boulevards.
"It is probable that no battle was rate pass on this announcement to A former:good actor is now a tad one.
ever won by soldiers who did not the people at home and to their
sing" Mr. Wister declares. "When friends. Some chance find among A blacksmith is now shooing flies on K. P.
soldiers have been too exhausted to your books and papers might be o A banker, caught in the draft, writes regsing, just listening to music has put incalculable assistance to the gov- ularly to his girl, but doesn't telIeihe's in the mill.
new life into them. Just such a case ernment at this time.
as I have in mind occurred during the All material should be forward- IFretreat of the British before-Mons in ed to CoL A. B. Coxe, U.S.A., 1156 IF1914. Fifteenth Street, Washington, D. If you lose your temper, don't look for it.
"The heavy fighting they had been C. If you are in the habit of losing your head
through had proved too much for a It is announced that it will not
certain contingent of troops. The be practicable to return any of over here, you'll be sure to lose it "Over There."
men lay on the ground played out, this material. If you do things with a snap, you may get one.
Indifferent and benumbed. The en- If you are as straight as a rule, you will measure up. to every
emy was coming, but the men 'were
too tired to care. Their commanding GOOD CATCHERS opportunity.
officer looked at them in despair. Maybe the poilus can teach the If you are a real soldier you will offer your seat in the car to
and entreaties to march on were of no American soldiers how to throw an officer. If he is a good sort, he won't take it.
avail; the men refused to budge, bombs and hand grenades, but the If you set the pace when you were in civil life, "continue the
"Near at hand was a toy shop boys in khaki recently showed the exercise" in 0. D.
which .had been abandoned by the Frenchmen how to catch. While a If you think the first year of army life is hard, try to think of
proprietor when the retreat began. detachment of French and American
The officer made for the inp and a soldiers were going to the front "over the fifteenth.
moment later appeared with a toy there" a Y. M. C' A. secretary with If you think making a hit with the ladies counts on the rifle
drum and a tin whistle. Then, while an automobile filled with oranges range, change your aim.
he played the drum twosoldiers took rode alongside of them and pitched
turns playing the whistle. The music out saffron fruit to them. Every If you haven't anything else to be thankful for, think of the from the drum and the 'whistle awak- man had to catch his own oranges. consolation of not having to scan the want ad pages every day
ened the benumbed men, stiffened The French soldiers thought. them- looking for a job of work.
their legs and spirits to further effort selves lucky to catch one out of ten If you haven't received your 0. D. umbrella, see the Supply
and they arose and marched ten oranges, whereas the American solmiles to safety. dies pulled down the fruit with one Sergeant about it at once.
"That is what music did In one hand like Ty Cobb or Tris Speaker If a cook loses his suit case and the steak is tough, don't get
case. In the mediaeval age the Ro- taking in a high fly. suspicious.
mans and Greeks had their battle "Our boys can catch anything," re- If you are the only one in step, change it.
songs, and even now our warriors marked the colonel of the American sing in battle. It has helped tdr win regiment. "Half of them caught the many a victory. Indeed, music has mnumps and the other half caught the played a brilliant part in the history measles while we were in training
of all great wars." back home."ME

--,GERMANS EXPECT "HAPPY RESULTS"

FROM DELIBERATELY PROVOKED WAR

-7-1 Conclusive evidence of the barbar- at this victorious exploit of German
-it y, savagery.bloQd-thirstlness and defensive power-hilm we judge to
mless~ssfhth~e ~be no ftre German." msti
mefile~sneB the ollowing s fur-,Th V>'- edtr. of one oif the most IA tbe olloingexpressions fLuential newspapers in Germany extaken from their own mouths: pre-ssed the following sentiment in -ai
Kaiser Wilhelm said to his troops his columns: reaMSo=
when they started for China in 1900: "War is the noblest and holiest
"No mercy will be shown! No expression of human'activity." W H frien
prisoners will be taken! As the Huns, A German historian wrote this:
under;Attila, made a name for them- "The ideal of perpetual peace is selves, which is still mighty in tradi- not only impossible but immoral as
tions and legends today, may the well."
name of German be so fixed in China A German philosopher said:
by your deeds that no Chinese shall "Ye shall love peace as a means I S adies n.v
dare even to look at a German to new wars, and the short peace betaskance. Open the way for Kultur ter than the long."
once for all." And another German philosopher 2 -Allays thirst
In 1871 Bismarck, Germany's said this:
greatest statesman, prescribed this as "A State organized only for peace 3 Aids appetite
the proper treatment for women, chil- is really no State. A State is really dren and other non-combatants in manifest only in its preparation for
enemy country: war. 4 -.Helps digestion
"We shall shoot, hang and burn. "The lessons of history thus conAfter that has happened a few times, firm the view that wars which have
the inhabitants will finally come to been deliberately provoked by far- 5- Keeps teeth clean
their senses." seeing statesmen have had the hapShortly after the foul, cold-blooded plest results." 6 -ItS economical
and deliberate murder of scores of
helpless American women and babies It is for the American soldiers to on board the Lusitania, a German show Germany's "far-seeing statesmen"
preacher said this in a church pulpit who "deliberately provoked" th4 war
In Berlin: ust how happy the results are to be.
'Whoever cannot. prevail upon Each and every mean wearing the
himself to approve from the bottom American uniform should get ready for of his heart the sinking of the Lusi- service in, the trenches as quickly as
tania, whoever cannot conquer his possible so as to speed the coming of Keep the soldiers
sense of the gigantic cruelty -to un- the "happy results" for which t4ese as
numbered perfectly innocent victims, '.far-seeing statesmen" hate been streis- and sailors supplied!
and give himself up to honest delight ing their eyes for almost four years.

Swimming Course Will Be AMERICANS UNAFRAID
Part of U. S. Soldiers' Training American soldiers in Paris have Three
.. shown no fear of the 75-mile gun Thaevor
Swimming is to be taught soldiers with which the Germans have been
In all the training camps throughout bombarding the French capital. When
the United States. The instruction
will be conducted scientifically. First the first bombardment began Amerthe soldiers will be taught on land soldie othed out soghe how to breathe correctly, and then street, while other people sought celthe different strokes and motions of lars, and timed the arrival of each ING
a swimmer. Next they will enter the shell. They reported that the fier- WMPIED
water, where-the course will be con- vals between Shots was fifteen mlinpleted. In this way It Is lloped to utes. When the alarm is given that teach every man how to SWIM. the Germans are making an air raid
Ability to swim is regarded as high- over France the Americans are not
ly valuable in the army because many perturbed. e American soldier times a soldier is compelled to swim lar replied, "Aw, bring the cellar up
streams where bridges and boats are here "
not available. In the present instance here."
it is of particultr value because of the
dangers a transport runs in the war MARINES' PETS IN WAR
zone, for when a ship Is torpedoed it General Pershing's call for 5,000 has been found that the man who can carrier pigeons has led to a pigeonswim is invariably saved, as he is able raising campaign. Marines at Paris
to keep afloat until. the life boats Island, S. C., have obtained 300 birds, Chew it after every meal
reach him. most of them having come from mem- e
bers of the corps who had kept them
S. O.S. as pets. Short flights on the island
Your uniform belongs to Uncle are being made with regularity and
Sam. You are its caretaker. Remem- tria. flights from Washington, D. C., 'o Lasts
ber, "A stitch in time saves nine.,, to the camp are contemplated ...: ,,







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ATHLETICS BOOMING AT THE REMOunT



of Marlboro Mass., vs- Lew Nolan, of
Natick, Mass, three rounds at 135
Baseball League Is Creating. 'IG SWIM J E HILD ou Sixthbvent, Battle Royal beetween Jack Ferguson, Kid Cotton,
Rufus George and Nelson Nash, four
colored proteges of Uncle Sam. No
Grea te es cros r ~ S FR TH RD !one was Injured although 7reat energy
Great Interest Across' Tracks FOR lHE -HED CROSS was expended in dodging the mass of
arms and wild swings.
I ('+++++'i.+.i4 ::l4:+++ :::::+:-:: W. H. Meyer Expects Many Soldiers lf [Y n LL irH
Pack Train Is Now Leading League + DN O E .S T
+ STANDING OF THE CLUBS. + to Take Part, VOLLEY BALL1 LLI9bUE IS
With Three Wins and No De- +w. +
.7. Pack Train ...... 3 0 1.000 Wo t
feats to Their Credit. Squadrons 305-6 2 1 667 1W.H. Meyer Of the South Side na FORMED IN
tatorium will turn over his large pool
Squadrons 307-8 0 2 ,000 next Saturday night to the American
*l Depot Detachment 0 2 .000-+ Red Cross to aid th-a in securing
..' funds In their drive for $100,000 from This Is the First, But Not the La
Despite the fact that time is limited .-,4.,ld- ==4= the Jacksonville district.
at the remount station and the men -It is expected that this swimming
are kept on the jump from morning meet will be the largest held in this New League to Start--thers
to night, the soldier boys find ample Pack Train Boys section of the country and there will
time to devote to the recreational be entries from all over Florida. The to Form.
games which are so necessary to keep Now Leading League. best swimmers have been asked to atthem in the proper shape and in cheer- No L d League. tend and they have responded with a
ful spirits. With the aid of the com- vim to aid in gathering funds for the With the cooperation of Capt. Klttmanding officer and the company com- Through the fine pitching of Hilde- American Red Cross. The soldiers from man of Block H, a volley ball league
menders, the men have been er.cour- grand, the Pack Train Baseball nine Camp Johnston have been especially has been formed in that block. The
aged in athletics and this spirit shown win the third game of their league invited and Prof. Meyer is anxious to first games will be played Monday. on the part of their superior officers race by the score of 3 to 1. Hildebrand have their names. There will be 11o All the companies in the block that has given the needed impetus to stir allowed but one hit during the entire entrance fee and any soldier Interested are likely to be here for any length the boys on and to devote some of nine innings, and it was through his in this event is asked to call on Lew of time have lined up and elected
their time to sports, stellar work that his club managed to Riess of the army Y. M. C. A. next their manager, who will see that the
ci& smooth running athletic associa- win out so- handily. Wink for. Field to the guard house, teams are on hand as per schedule. It
tbi has been formed and this organi- Remount Squadrons S05-, also pitched There will be many special events is mutually agreed that the losing
zation has fostered all kinds of athle- first-class ball. He allowed but five and several lady swimmers will give team will feed the winners when the tics for the men in their camp. As hits. and he deserves mention for the exhibitions and the program will be day of shouting comes. Represented
mentioned above, these boys have lit- nice game Which he twirled. The game one of the best ever given. This is a In this league are the carpenters, matie time to devote to sports, but when was full of interest. The score was fine opportunity for the soldiers to do sons, painters, machinists and nlumbthey have the time off they take to 1 to 1 until the seventh inning, when a little toward helping "the greatest ers. With a combination like this
sports and because they work hard the Packers came through with a one mother in the world," the one who will something has got to happen. AMI
they play hard and this spirit has run lead, adding another in the-eighth. aid in taking care of them when they games will be played after retreat on manifested itself in all their under- The box score follows: are across the slond.
ta u.Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
takings. PACK TRAIN. AB R H PO A E The meet will start at 8:15 and a The schedule calls for three sets of'
The' baseball league started two Oaks, lb ...... 4 0 1 7 0 0 great crowd is expected. Get in line games with each company. The winner
weeks ago and great interest is being Fink, rf ....... 4 0 0 1 0 1 early and aid in the great cause. If will be decided on a percentage of the shown in the race for the pennant. [Best, c ........ 4 1 1 19 0 0 you are not a swimmer, go anyway number of games won. In case of a
The Pack Train is at present leading. Greynolds, cf 3 0 0 0 0 0 and help your pals bring home the tie it will be played off. due no doubi to the stellar work of /Hildebrand, p 3 1 2 0 t 0 victories The schedule follows:
their star pitcher, Hildebrand. This Johnston 2b 3 0 0 0 3 1 ,.. che Carlad has pitched fine ball and has the Bedell, s..... .. .0 0.. May 17-On carpenters' court, Carearmarks of a comer. He has held hih Tosh. If ..... 3 0 0 0 0 0 *'C''"fl iBA !JTQ penters vs Plumbers: on machinists'
opponents safe in all games he has Crawford, 3b .. 3 1 1 0 0 0 court, Machinists vs-Painters.
pitched and last Saturday held the "I"- -S A - v y -On masons court, Masons
srong team composed of Field Squad- Totals ...... 30 3 5 27 5 2 WILL achinistsvs Plumbers.
Tons 101-6 to one hit. The men get .- May1n Painters P
little time to practice, but this does 101 AND 106 AB R H P0 A B . May 31-On painters' court. Painternot hinder them in their desire to play Ki'bey lb .. 4 0 0 6 0 1 Slow progress is being made in the centers vs Machinists. wth game. and they enter the contests Douglas, as 4 0 0 0 1' 1 1 ormation of the Block Twilight June 3-On carpenters' court, 'Carit a vii The men are all taking Hobart lb .... 4 0 0 1 0 0 Leagues, but as the days grow longer, centers vs Painters; on masons' court,
an active in terest in the league en Gerde,' b..... 4 0 0 0 0 2 the more anxious the men seem to get Machinists vs Masons.
T i nme eHobbs, c ..all 3 1 1 1 0' 0 out and loosen up. Already two blocks June 5-On plumbers' court, PlumbThe games are all played on Satur- Wink, .... 3 0 0 0 3 0 are working out a plan for their ers vs Painters: on carpenters' court,
daf. they te advantage f hir Cragg, of ...... 3 0 0 0 0 0 leagues in volley ball and playground Carpenters vs Machinists.'
fti and they take advantage of this Johnson, If .... 3 0 0 0 0 0 ball, and before'long the leagues will June 7-On painters' e*urt, Paintwhich iss ecessary toa acrowdn Ewan, rf..-. 0 0 1 0' 0 be under way. .. ers vs Machinists; on plumbers, court, '
hard worked men. Teams have been a'otais ...3 -. -4 :4--. The growing. ppularlty -of 'olley. P~ui-be'.-vsons<$.:.,
4.4.ball.Iis,.;giviigiyfea- :Impetus t o. .the: un:O-Oipi~rs Oi i'~~ .
formed -from the., following Companies:. Totasir6'' 1nig~ 24 ball."Oiaalfes souirtg pl~s'~s'eis t h'
'Fed from.the.Sfulloin 300 an's 10 iSb6r. by ning.0 .- -'- 'formation "Of 'leagues. and whei the vs Carpenters 'on madhiniatse' crn..'. tem Field Remount Squad- 30010. ... ...000 010 011-s 5 2 unsettled condition of men 'leaving is Machiflsts vs Masons.
roon 107ea -d .3 omonthu 305-306 .... ...000 000-1 1 4 at an end, and the men knowthat they June: 12-On masons' court. Masons
tons 307 and 308 compose another. Summary-Scorer, Gibson. Umpires, are going to be here for a week or so. vs Plumbers; on machinists' court,
while the Pack Train and the Depot Clark and Daly. Three-base hit, Oaks. it is certain that things will begin to Machinists vs Carpenters. Detachment have separate teams of H~its, off Hildebrand 1, W~ink 5. Stolen hum, ue1--npitr, orPlt
their own. This makes a four-club hJune 14-On painters court, Paintleague, yet it takes in more than four bases, Greynolds," Best, Hobbs. Craggy. The men are anxious for some sort ers vs Plumbers; on masons' court, cmeaesyt tu s giving orall g o r First base on balls, off Hildebrand 1. of sport, and the lay-off which result Carpenters vs. Masons. corManies, thus giving all good balk; Struck out, by Hildebrand 18, "ink
payrs a chance. Very seldom is Drac- Struck out, by i ran 10 Wn ed in baseball, and which was due to June 17-On plumbers court. Plumbtice, and the games are both practice 1'uns, Pack Train 1. 105 1. the Indifference of the men, is react- ers vs Machinists: on carpenters'
and competition. In spite of this lack -Ing, and questions are, being shot court. Carpenters vs Painters.
of practicethe majority of the games right and left as to when the new June 19-On painters' court, Painthave been well played and well at- Butchers Co. 309 Wins, league is going to start. This Is the ers vs Machinists- on' plumbers' court,
tended. There is good talent among spirit needed,' and the sooner the men Plumbers vs Masons.
the men and only-.practice is needed to The Butchery Co.. 309, managed to realize 'that they must and can have June 21-On masons, court, Masons
bring out the latent ability, ease over a 7: victory on their rivals, them, the better it is going to be for vs Machinists; on plumbers' court,
Baseball is not'the only sport which Motor Truck Co. 420. The game was them, and a little action on their part Plumbers vs Painters.
holds their attention,' for they en- full of interest until the sixth when in helping is bound to boom things. June 24-On. carpenters' court Carcourage other activities as well. The the Motor boys blew up. In this frame -It is the wish of the athletic direc- centers vs, Masons; on machinists' association has fine officers, is sympa- the Beef cutters scored three runs tors to' form leagues In each block. court, Machinists vs Plumbers. thetic to the wishes of the men. and and Won out. The auto boys lead up It Is deemed wise to sart withvolley June 26-On painters' court, Paintencourage everything which may alp until the last, but in this inning they ball and pray.ground ball first, because ers vs Masons; on carpenters' court, in Mthe development of the well rounded blew and the game was credited space can be had without much trou- Carpenters vs Plumbers,. soldier. Volley ball and boxing have against them. The box score follows ble. Later it is hoped to get the blocks June 29-On masons' court. Masons
not received their full share of aten- M..T. Co. 420,' AB R H PO'A E interested in other sports, such as vs Painters; on plumbers, court, Cartion, but plans are under way for the Hackey, c ........ 3 1 1, 4 0 0 baseball, track, etc. penters vs Plumbers.
encouragement of these sports and be- Johnson, p.........3 1 0 0 1 0 In case of conflicts or duplication,
fore long the men at the remount will Figh, lb ........... 3 1 1 8 notify J. S. Brengle, "Y', 2.
be leading the big camp In the way of Corrigan, ss ..... 3- 1 0 2 1 K. O C. HOLD MAN .
athletic activities unless they get a Lyford, 2b ....... 2 1 0 1 1 0 .OF.
hustle on. George, 3b. 0 1 0 0 0
There are big things under way In Day, p'& rf ...3 CITY Y. M. C. A. TRIS THE
athletics at the remount and credit Marsh, If .... .... 4 0 0 0TRESTING BOXING BOUTS
for the success is due to the finely ConidaY, cf .. ....3 1 2 2 0 0 organized athletic association which - - - CARPENTERS AT VOLLEY BALL
they have formed. Total .......... 26 5 9 18 4 2
,Toe Gorman, Former. Promoter,.
AUX. REMOUNT AND BUTCHERS 309. AB R H PO A E Dr. Iakell of the city Y. M, C. A.
Sims,lbger.. ............ 2 2 1 1 1. Makes First Appearance as a with his crew of volley ball superSQUADS, 7 AND 8 PLAY A TIE. Ponosh, lb. .......4 1 1 1 2 0 'sixes Journeyed ou't to the. "Kamp"
Owens, p & ss ...... 4 0 1 0 1 0 Boxer. Saturday afternoon to clean up on
ad it not been for the bugle' call- Hallory, lb.... ...4 1 2 7 0 1 Lieut. Nava's volley ball perambulad t nm en forr the uge L norx l.4 1 2 5 0 1 tors. But their idea of what the home
Ing the men for retreat, the game Lenox C.... 4 0 2 0 1 The large crowd which gathered at crew could do on their own court took
played between Auxiliary Remount 333 Stinson, rf:..,...... 1 0 1 1 0 0 the K. of C. boxing platform last a respectful turn after the first game.
and Field Remount Squadrons 7 and Wood, cf ......... 3 0 0 1 0 0 Thursday night to witness the bouts The visitors started things off with a a might have been going on yet, The Anderson, f.......3 1 2 '1 0 0 were given a pleasant surprise when rush, but "Eat 'Em Alive" Hodges
men got together in an informal game, - Joe German assumed a new role. In- Proved too much for them. He could
due to the league game being Post- Total ... .. .. 33 '7 13 18 '0 4 stead of being the promoter, Joe ap- make the ball find 'the net or 'go out
poned and it resulted in a fine substi- Score by. innings; peered for the first time with the of bounds in spite of all that could be
onte exhibition.t M. T. Co. 420............400 100 padded gloves on and boxed a lively done to avert it. The facts of the case
Squads 7 and a started off asvif sthey Butchers 10.............00 013-7 three-round set-to with Lew Nolan: being that the Carpenters took the
meant business 'and scored five runs This was Joe's last appearance be- first game, 21-19. In the second and
in the initial inning, but the remount fore the boxing fans of the cam.t, for third gaies. Hodges, Haskell. and Gill
boys soon settled down and after a Wagon Co. 302 Victors. by the time this Trench and Camp I came back with their old-time stunts,
fine uphill exhibition managed to put in the hands of the readers, Joe il b
five runs across, while they in turn! In a six-inning game. "Wagon Co., be on his way "over ther"Jakhfie tru acontross whie teyin tu a n aointehad fte redrs Joek wil but the Carpenters were too tender-i2,won nr Phe- hearted to take advantage of the sitheld their opponents from scoring any 102. won from the 5th division motor lan has assumed the roles which Joe uation, with the result that they lost more runs. The game ended with the supply company by the score of 6 to has carried so well for the Past four these two games, 21-12 and 21-10. The, score tied. The box score, follows: 1. The game was featured by the months and from the start he made, Carpenters displayed better teamwork Pitching of Lunmore, who allowed but we predict that Jack will put on many than the have shown in the city with FIELD'SQUADRONS 7 AND 8- two hits. both of them secured by a good show. the ete onenthe rly
AB R H P0 A E French. The box score follows: he feature of the eveninopp ts. The relay
Clayton, c ... ".... 3 0 1 0 WAGON CO 302 AH R H PO A'E battle royal between four colored sol- passes of both teams weie good, and
Cllaon.C... 1113 00 Bain, cf ............3 1 1 1 0 0 diers., These boys went at it with their fighting, blood was in it to the
Tilinlan, lb..... 3 0 .1 6 0 oLunmorep .. ..A. 2 1 1 0 0' real "pep" and if they. go at Kaiser last. The visitors put up a wonderful
Lt. Bates, lb 3 1 2 1 3 0 Wiseman. 3b b'........3 1 1 0 2 0 Bill with the same gusto as they went game. -considering their handicap of
Warner, ae... .........3 01 2 0 McCush, lb...... .....3 0 1 91 1 at one another we predict hard sailing one player and a, substitution In place
Kumpflin. if ...... 3 1 2 1 0 0 IHerdman. c..........3 o 1 5 0 '0 for the baby killer. sailin oe t f their old )layers With the
Elliott, cf ........ 3 0 0 2 0 0 Wood'uff lb.. ..3 0 1 1 1 0 In tm4bute to Joe's faithful work. the Block H. League starting next MonValoricio, rf ...... 3 0 0 1 0 0: settle If .. 3 1 1 0 0 0 K, of C. men presented him with a day. we promise
B ow rs, 3b .. d ay Ie p o i e t g ive th is team th e
Bowers. lb .... .. 3 0 1 0 1 0 StatOn, rf... .. 3 0 1 0 0 0 check, while a neat sum was collected licking of their lives in a week or so.
..-.-.. ---T------- Paige, s ....... 1..2 1 1 1 2 0 from among the men witnessing the A hint to the wise, business men,you
Totals 27 5 8 7 0 bouts. Joe is a popular boy among the had better get that team of yours in
AUotaO. 25 6 9 10 6 1 men in camp and -he will be missed. shape.
AUX. ....... 6 3339 1 6 However, we predict that when we get The city visitors and Jack Brengle
get "over there" Joe will be at it Of "Y" 2 were supper guests with
AB R H PO A E' 5th DIV. M. S. CO. AB R H PO A E again and so it is.jut, like -Iarting Lieut. Nava after the game. All agree
Callahan, p........3 0 1 0 0 ly FrenCh c ...3 0 2 6 0 1 for the time being and so wiU Au re- that we *ill have "to hand it to" the
Riley. c. 3......... 1 0 4 0 -0 !FultonP 0 .0 2 1 0 voir, but not good-bye.. Carpenters' cook for the substantial
Ford,l..... 0 0 0 W illiams, lb ...... 3 0 0 5 2 1 Following is the list of bouts: First army supper. which was enjoyed by
Adair, 3b ......... 4 1 2 2 1 0 Reynolds, 2b.......3 0 0 2 1 0 bout, Roy Phillips of it. Carmel, Pa, all, Jokes and beans were passed
Leslie, b .. .... 3 0 1 1 31 0Moise, l b........3 0 0 1 1 0 vs Julius Franck, of New York. Three around till taps called attention to
Chambers, .... 1 1 0 ; Mablr.'.. .... 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 rounds at 135 pounds. Second bout, Win the hour.
Moe. If.. ..... .. 3 0 1 1 0 0 Chambless,'ss..3....3 0 0 1 3 0 Jones, Altoona, Pa., vs Germain, Paris, Dr. Haskell acted as referee and
Hogain, cf' 3 1 1 1 0 0 Radliff Cf. ..2 0 0 1 0 0 France, three rounds at 140 pounds scorer.
Melvin, rf .. ..' 3 1 1 0 00 I Blent, If. ........2 1 0 0 0 0 Third bout, Bob Mills, of Detroit, Mich., The line-up follows:
Totals .... .. ..29) 5 1 l. '- o .- - -vs Jim Daniels, of'Jersey, three rounds Y. M. C. A Hodges, Armstrong,
Totalsyr '.nngs-,t.Z. A i T o a -l-..4.2 'Is 0 2 at 135 pounds. Fourth bout, Mike Cal Pill; Haskell and.-Moylan.
-.' e .bemouin 33 ... 2.21--5 li gonC 2" .. -: ;O 3'' 'lagheV, of"Philadeltbhia, Pa., vs'Jh'l' Carpenters' Coinpany-Hobbs. NuAux. Remount 3ll .. .00 21-5 1 i i, Wagon Co. 302 .... ..... .b0- 102-5 Snyder, of Pittsburgh, Pa., four rounds et Noren, Blacklock, Walsh and
F. Squads 7 and 8 .. 500 00-5 8 0 5th Div. M. S. Co.' ..000 001-1 at 145 pounds. Fifth bout, Joe Gorman Phillips, ......
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0iwitUy,,flh .rO Frn r men in camp duri,,g the earlier days
Zfh1IINNU 9LASS' UFRMED' of te camp and until his organization
was moved away. Harry says he is
still carrying on his work of singing
FOR OFFICERS D ME and that busy night and GILETTE SAFETY RAZORS
day at this task. He is also helping
in other forms of entertainment for
the soldier boys in camp in France
and expresses the hope that this
Names Are Slowly Coming in, But branch of the work at Camp Johnston Soldiers and Sailors.
Is still progressing as well as when
Class Will Start Next Week, he was here. Harry says that all the Gillette Service Set, metal case .... $5.00
boys of the base spare parts unit are all getting along fine and like their Gilette Khaki Set, its the belt ....5.00
camp fine. He extends his best wishes Gillette Officers' Set, black seal, and
There Is to be a class formed for to all of the men of Camp Johnston. ilta Sets khk, bith sa, rsh
the officers of the camp who are
desirous of learning how to swim and POtT ....................,.br.sh
any commissioned man interested can OST EXCHANGE WILL etc......................7.00
secure information from L. W. Riess F
of the army Y. M. C. A., phone 213,
Camp Johnston. OPERATE PARLOR TWINPLEX STROPPER
Prof. W. H. Meyer of the South OPERATE BIL Pa l tl
natatorium has volunteered his serv- Makes dul Gillette Blades really sharp,
ices free of charge and there will be slew a we it ten
no charges made for the instruction. to an announcement mad blades sharper; guarantee
This is a worth while privelege and According yeaas.announcement..ad.
should not be Passed and nothing by Capt. D. R. Raymond the post ex- years ................... $3.50
stands In the way but the word of change officer of Camp Johnston, the MILITARY BOOKS,
one desiring to take this offer. Unless new pool and billiard parlor and bowla class of ten or more is secured it ing alley and soda fount.that is now pocket-else Fiction, Blades and Supplies for all Safeties
would hardly be worth while to give being erected at camp wllrSe run by Poclainsmks outin Pes
the instruction so those interested the post exchange itself.- Tbis means Te leading makes Fountain Pens,
should get in touch with the tbove that no concession will be granted to Comfort Kits, arts immediately. outside Individuals and the entire pro. fors Kits,
It is hoped that the class ._an be fits of the hall will go to the post Sewing Kits,
-held on Wednesday nights. This of- exchange. The hall is now being built fers a better opportunity than any by the soldiers and when completed
other night of the week and better will cost about $18000. It will be Camp Johnston Pennants,
attention can be given the men. operated by the soldiers when com- and Pill.w Tops,
A class for the non-coins. and pri- pletd
vates will also be formed if there are Work has been going on for some
enough interested. It is the desire of time on the new building, which will Camp Johnston Stationery
Messrs. Meyer and Riess to have every be 170 feet long by 76 feet wide, which OPPOSITE ENLISTED MEN'S CLUB
soldier in camp know how to swim. will contain twle bowling alleys, Service Flags and Badges. 45-49 W,. Day St. Through to 46 W. Forsyth St.
Several men have handed in their sixteen pool and billiard tables and
names, but unless others are forth- one of the finest soda fountains- in the
coming, the class will not be -held South, with the fienst fixtures obtainThree names have been handed in this able. All departments will be run by
far and it is desired that there be at the post exchange directly without Funston. He pitched last Saturday on Big Bill James, star pitcher on the least tentyC~ve. oncession,-hea t iiswelworth n Until the reject pays for itself, th school nine, and walked him an easy will return to his home in Oroville.
sidering for there will be very little egelar s a ce and bowlig 10 winner. Cal., to rest up before he goes into
chance to learn abroad. While time is wilbe 5 cen a ue and bowling 10.
iens a frame. After the project paysthary
limited -here in camp, still the cause is en a f t hp a
a -good one and few officers would re- for itself the expenses may be re- Jack "Stuffy" McInnis, Connie Mack's
fuse the men under them the oppor- duced to just enough for upkeep. This former star firstbaseman, is now play- Larry Doyle, the popular guardian prtunity to trt of the program will have to be ing the initial sack for -the Red Sox. of the keystone sack for the Giants, unttotake advantage of this in- Pake ut, owvsr. The amount ex- Be was put on third, -but as Dick Io has 'een Ilina ew or hsta
struetion. Ib a e 1I e okhsia
Prof. Meyer Is one of the best swim- ended will have to be reimbursed be- litzel has received a commission in the with intestinal trouble. Ever since the
mers in Florida as well as one of the fo-e any program can be definitely dental corps, Jack was moved back to Giants have lost their stride, which
best instructors. He has turned out Worked out, however. first, and we can truthfully state that proves that the Jacksonville citizen
the best aquatic stars in the everglade All of the materials for building "Stuffy" is tickled to death over the is some valuable. Since Larruping Larstate. Not i only' does his pupils num- the place have been bought out of the move. ry has been out of the line-up, Cin- er men and boys. but his list contains exchange funds, and the soldiers them- cinnati took three out of four games,
the names of many well known so- sves who are familiar with carpenter The Army and Navy baseball teams which is going some, while the other
ciety women of the North who spend work have been used to .erect it. All will not play ball this year. The game Western clubs have made it hot for
their winters in this section of the of the fixtures are already here, and has been called off by the authorities, the Giants.
country. He is very capable and will- when seen yesterday Capt. Raymond due to the fact that neither team is
log and desires to do all he can tO stated that the building was progress- permitted to play off its reservation. Two famous baseball players have make the American fighting man the ing rapidly, and that it was hoped gone overseas with the Y. M. C. A.
best in the world and swimming will that it would be completed and ready The obas Joh ve A
hel mksthi kndofa slder .for use by June 1. The major league baseball service staff. "Tobasco"l Johnny Evers and
help make this kind of a soldier. flag contains a blue star in its white Dave Fultz. one-time star of the
field for the following well known Yanks and the Athletics. WORK ON RUNNING JACK PHELAN ANNOUNCES ballplayers: "Hank" Gowdy, George
Whitted, Grover cleveland Alexander, Bert Niehoff, former secondbaseian Bob Shawkey, Chick Shorten, Del of the Philadelphia Nationals and the TA RORE INT FO TOI4GIT Gainer, DickHoblitzel. Fishe. Bader, St. Louis Nationalsi has been bought TRCK PROGRESINGf BOUTS FOR TIGHT Oldham, Jack Barry, McNally, Warner, by the New York Giants, and will coYCarlson, R. Miller, Le Guisto, E. Allen, er second base until the- return of Noyes, Sherman, Tarkleson, Ed Pfeffer, Larry Doyle, who is Ill in the hospiThe bouts for tonight are 'given Fitzslmmons. Sherrod Smith, Miljus, tal. Bert, it seems, is started on the hewith. Undr tgh ren o e -Harold Janv-rin, D. Hickman, Screiber, long journey out of the Big Show. Despite- the Fact That Detail Has herewith. Under the direction of Jack-Seibold, Herb Pennock, Ernie Shore,
Phelan, six classy bouts have been Leon Cadore, W. Jacobson, D. Flynn. Two ex-Red sox pitchers are now
arranged by the big heavyweight of Mur- among the star outfielders of the
. ; xit Director,. Gorton.. Is r .y :,camp Jack- is right.'on the job, and Lew, Smit, Lee Gooc,' illy J, D- American League. .Toe Wvood is cavortarri- i': O -tsht-wll- .suit- the.Bery7 Ba es-, Bates,,, And-lnJ,&ur-- ing in left field for, the. Cleveland Intastes of the, most.crittcal. phy ", Lesinard Slosd; :H:ltn Knih -dtas~i '.tis PlalfihS..
Jack has also framed up a "battle "Rabblt" Maranvilte, Jenkins, Jim a wonderful game In nthe outergar. royal" between the sons of Ham from Scott, G. payne, B. Johnson, Von Kol- dens for Boston and also leading the
In spite of the fact that Frank Gor- the sanitary corps. This proved the iltz, Lawson Witt, Kisser, MeAvoy, league In. batting..
ton, divisional athletic director, has feature bout last week, and it is sure T Miller, M. Rath, G. Burns, Haley. J.
cut down on his detail of men-to less to add an extra attraction tonight, Llr, B. Th, a. Bill Jae.
than one-fouith that he used to have Sergt. Frank Darper will be in charge Lavan, B. Tincup and Bill Jaies. E RTlfET ili,.
the work on the camp running track of the colored boys. ENTERTAINMENT hars COMI
is progressing slowly. There is about Al. Pelletier of Buffalo. N. Y., for- Birmingham Southern League. club,r"pitch
thirty yards yet to be filled- in, and mer advance agent for the Jess Wil- birm in therfLe-and cl
when this Is done the work will go lard circus, will be the announcer. He has been called sm te eteen wethsidoetewr wilgHere-port toe-am 'TO BASE HOSPITAL
On with rapid strides This last thirty- is the first announcer that has come l Jne some time between
yard fill is a low swampy place, and anywhere near filling he shoes of 5 u
It has required extra hard work to Mickey Cullen, the former "All-Amer- President Ban Johnson of the Amer- The Epworth League of the .Nprlngfield fill, due to the fact that dirt is scarce, ican" referee, and Al. is right there ican League announced last Friday. in 1Methodist church twill render a musical for if it is removed from one spot it when it comes to telling the fans who answer to .a response made by the Red and literary program Wednesday evenleaves another low spot. aid this is the' men are. Jack is fortunate in se- Cross for baseball equipment for hos- ilg, May 10,-at the Base hospital at
what Director Gorton is seeking to curinir such a man. -Ig a 9-a h aehsitla
wa rc t t s o Following are the bouts for thesa- pital units overseas, that his assocla- camp, and It is expected that tb-s party
Thio work is a monument to the eninf show: tion would donate the sum of $1,000. will be greeted by one of the largest
Ths work hdisaonumathlenti toteenirshowt ief crowds that has gathered in the chapel
work of the divisional athletic direc- First bout, Chief Warf Eagle of Ok- Bill Clarke once famous with the to enjoy an entertainment. Those in tor, and he should be encouraged in lahoma vs Otto Palasky, the Polish Baltimore Orioles as a backstop. ar- charge of the program promise that It it. However, he has met with all -sorts demon, who will fight four rounds at rived at an Atlantic port last week, will be varied interesting and entertainof obstacles, and this has made the 160 pounds. Second bout, Young Hass tlntic pt at ee will he e ies and enanwork that much harder. Labor is vs Kid Graham, both front Motor and made the statement that the mill- ul and as these ladies have been onusscarce, and with the few men he has Truck 130. They will box at 160 pounds tary authorities in France are u ua ly nice to the soldiers it Is e-xpecte it is almost impossible to get the work for a three-round go. Third bout, mous in their decision thatwthe game:n that they will he greeted bi a large
done in a manner which would lease Young German of Paris, France. vsof baseball should be play d by th crowd on the evening of the r a
him. Men who saw the once unsightly Young Jones of Massachusetts. for soldiers. ance at camp Wednesday, May
spot would appreciate the work which three rounds at 130 pounds. Fourth has been done. What was once a mls- bout, Kid Isho of New York and Young
erable mosquito-breeding swam, is Curry of Oklahoma, who will box
now converted into one of the best three rounds at 125 pounds. Fifth bout camp athletic fields in the country, and Jimmie Nugent vs Bill Mahoney, three
it Is a monument to the camp as well rounds at 135 pounds.
as to the athletic director. The "star" bout of the evening will
The thirty yards yet to be filled is bring together Phil Donovan of Los
the only hold-back. If this was coin- Angeles, ex-middleweight champion of pcted, the work of leveling and plac- the West, and George Connoly, exing the cinders and clay would be an light heavyweight champion of Con-... easy matter, but with only twenty necticut. who will box five rounds at BeSureYourMilitaryRingi iarked"O-B
five men it is almost an impossibility. 175 pounds. Q
However, Frank Gorton is not the The evening's show will end with a -theMark of u andAuthentic Des
man to throw up the sponge, and he battle royal between the colored sol- thenark ouality an-putkwa tic esign
is sticking everlastingly at it, with diers of the sanitary corps. ToE fee Ataliga, NI, Mniptdsi hirs ewe-ar-ustoc i icets Thaer sds
the hope that it will be completed be- T 5 ae- Ishc Amy, Nar. laise Corps sie weaing the-ltary Rings
fore he leaves this section of the coun- E -ach Ring embossed wlth the fihinti eagl- of theU. a A. sad the offisel emblem
try around June 8. I of his branch of ls Service. O-B is tile favote make ame Mil te R ug-bccaus
The -work done by the tractors has DIA D D Tte 1, plum 0B. qua.ity, ts e caic mi .-it Ee ..-sie. .
been invaluable, and were it not for DIAMONDL DUS If you do.'[ knewbertese 0-3 Miliiary Rings, go see them at the Camp Exctasge of
this aid. the work would have been in aoy good Jeweler's when yo5 areon ileaie.
a state of chaos. This is appreciated Pickups from the Realm of Baseball an 0-, Mlitary Ring. Have it enslave with yers.Nome, Company and
mosthighy, or i saBsaseybaaan Regimental iesignittion, and your Home Address-a perfect identcatio'. ,
most highly, for it save-s many a man, PcusGti ~lti ii i,
yet the assistance given by the trac- And ts the Mother, Wife, Sweetheart-send duplicates of yo5r own Ring lit
tors is not sufficient to complete the By the way the blgleaguers are Ldi Sisr ,,
" -" = track as fast as Frank Gorton desires. jumping into shipbuilding yards t il Saie' l ies e
No one appreciates the work that looks as if they are trying to keep in I Stirllg Sil.r, $1.3. ech
has been done except those who, have good health by getting out of the Ladies Service Rings lSoi 1 Idr, $1.0 each
followed it from its embryo stage. It draft.
has been a gigantic piece of work will Military-Emblem Rings (siP,'- a u)$2.50 each
be inestimable. A running track will William Schfranki, one-arned ce Officers' Rings ( ,ruh 1ese aeb-Xi e16.50..o ea
cater to more men than any, other terfielder on the Hamline university th.
piece of athletic equipment, and that team has accomplished somethin.rver drv
team hasaccoplihed ometingPhsx-bastifwI keepsake to send back how is what the athletic director has al- which two-armed players have strived
w~ys kept before him, and it Is the for In a game last week he secured ii ,o- Cams Escia, Jeviler casnet sbow se- the 0.5 Milic, Rissd
"one reason why he has spent so much five hits out of five trips to the bat. Patriic Jeweiry-send us yourn am camp at fort address ra k,ompanyan d regimental
time on it. He had plans of big ath- which is going some, even for a man suvihts nd rincsc idieet. Write Oet beskid. "0.n I Camp ad at the
letic carnivals taking place before he with two wings. Front."
departed, but this will have to be conducted by his successor. No matter "HobeY" Baker, former star base- OSTBY & BARTON COMPANY
who reaps the benefit of his work, the ball, hockey and football player oPOVDC R .
track will be an everlasting monu- Princeton university, is doing great f FertesiMakers 1MIhier lIls gadPctriOtP
ment to his diligence and his hard work in the aviation service. He has
work. brought 'down four German planes, A -l
which he has be-en give-n official cred" HARRY GARLAND WRITES it for. while he has "unofficially" ac'HARR GALN WIE counted for ten others.,

"O George Whitted, former star outFROM "OVER THER fielder and all-round utility man of the
Philadelphia Nationals, has inducted
himself into the service. He reported
to Camp Merrit on the 21st.
Capt. Thomas, Kenney is In receipt ~.i1 .-s
of a letter from Harry Garland who Grover Cleveland Alexander, former -.
will be remembered by the boys or star moundsman of the National .-
Camp Johnston. as the popular soldier League .has been called Into the serv boy who did i, much to entertsal the" ice, and A-with the artillery at Camp
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i life of daily compassion- a compassion TO KEEP HER IN THE FIRM,!.
B LE P N which goes to the ultimate limit of 0 11 R1L E
sacrificing life itself-and come back from 1 1P
it unchanged. I don't care what they LNew York Importer Adopted His
were itbefore-young, careless elflish, 0 OL IRr-L E
l O bap-a man cannot practice courage and AT Secretary.
JUL tenderness, as they do, and not have the Acquiring a new name, a fortune, two
MARKS OPENING OF And the women behind the lines! No try home and a handsome new 2-cyln-one who has not been there can realize der motor car is a pretty good morning's
the hunger these boys have for the corn- work for a poor orphan office girl.
panionship, even the mere sight of good That was the bi gest contract ever
NURSES' RQUARTEeS believe they would walk miles fl r handled by Miss frene McManus von
to talk with a woman who would remind Pustau, a conscientious secretary, who,
them of their mothers at home. by a few signatures and by authority of
One night a lot of soldiers just out of T U KLII the surrogate court of New York, became
the line had been in a British Y. M. -C A. April 15 the adopted daughter of her
Commodious Building Will Prove cariteen where an English woman was employer, Carl Von Pustau.
serving tea. It got to be pretty late and But what's the use of being Irish if
the men gradutlly drifted away. But don't believe In fairies?
Great Benefit to Women of the big, silent fellow hung ar-4und, and Private L. M. Porter Meets a Hor- She looks out at the world with all
Section. hung around, until finally this woman 'the candor of her Celtic conscience in
laughinglyy said to him: rible Death Under Truck's her blue eyes, wonders how it hap"No more tea tonight!" .. pened, and declares whimsically that it
know," hie said apologetically. "It must have been the fairies, because,
A brilliant reception marked the wasn't tea I wanted, I just wanted to Wheels.- really, she didn't do a thing to deserve it.
formal opening of the new nurses' hear your voice."-Charles W. Whitehair. But other people, Including her parent,
quarters for the nurses of the base in American Magazine. think somewhat differently
hospital that was thrown open lest Private L. M. Porter, -Motor Truck In the three years she was in the emnight for the first time and through- I 'n '**rl 1 ploy of the Von Pustau import and exouttheeeningthenurses enertaiedI Il il Company NO. 414. met a violent death Port brokerage firm she demonstrated
their friends in a most elaborate IPOE NTB NGMAD yesterday morning at 11:30 o'clock~ at suhecptoaexciv ably and
manner. This was the most elaborate Camp Johnston when he leaped off a was always such a winsome and agreeaffair that has been given at the hos- ||| nil |IITV nr sar|h o able person to have around that the
pita and a large crowd was presen- IMoi iLt nI lip nVRI g motor truck In front of a touring senior partner decided he wanted her
to show their appreciation of the in- IN THE Q TY OF MEAT car driven by Sergeant Rosenberg and for his daughter. His two married sons,
valuable services that the nurses are was knocked beneath another oncoming who are his partners, were equally willrendering their country at this time. truck w h i bdy.. ing o acquire a sister.
The new building was decorated In tuk hihpseovrisbd.rv- These three men were united in the
a most elaborate manner, flags, bun- TWO Million PoUnds Consumed ate Porter's home Is in Upland, Ind. opinion that, if only as a business pretinge, tropical plants and other decora- T It was one of the most horrible deaths caution, their secretary ought to be a
tions being used i' elaborate manner that has yet occurred atcamp and the member of the family as well as firm.
and they added beauty to the scene. Daily By Army. first automobile accident that has r- What guarantee wa there but she
The entire building was thrown open suited in death since Camp Johnston might get married a day and leave
for the evening and the visitors were was established. Though the injured man them to go houseker g? She Is just
w the opportunity of seeing Juso fresh.bee was rushed to the Base hospital with al 23. And they could K contemplate the
the optu ny of seed juor in e inspection fs feor eed he died within forty minutes after business going ahead without her.
their quarters and all were more than army consumption is receiving Corn' e teaccident. His head was crushed andi Miss McManus had liked the Von
delighted with the arrangement of the prehensive attention by the inspection his body terribly mashed as a result of Pustaus from the first day she came to new quators. branch of the subsistence division of the heavy truck passirig over him. work for them. But she insisted they
The sectionn committee of the the Newpossibilitd The truck company to which the dead would have to give her time to think
nurses 'Ws headed by Miss Alice A., mar was attached was returning to camp it over.
Rowe, head nurse, who was ably as inferiorities daily are being uncov- from Its daily trip of instruction, there After due deliberation, Irene Mcsisted in receiving and entertaining ered, resulting in the application of being some 'fifty trucks in the train, Manus consented to drop her Irish name .
the vsitorh by the other nurses and stringent preventive methods de was moving along at a moderate for a Danish one to accept a share oftheir fricins. Capt G. F. Skiff, medi- to check these possibilities before cor- rate of speed, making.a long line. As the Von Pustau fortune, take her place caI reserve corps! located at the hospi- rective steps actually become neces- Porter started to jump from the mov- as daughter and sitter in the Von Pustal was the master of ceremonies and sary, l nruck onto the road, friends andcorn tau family, and make her job as secrehe acquitted himself with glory for Daily Consumption of Fresh Beef rades shouted a warning not to leap, but tary and treasurer of the firm a life
the way he handled the situation and The army consumes about 2,000,000 he evidently heard them too late or else contract. Outside of that she may do
his selection wa indeed most Ideal, pounds per day of fresh beef. This thought he would be able to avod any pretty much as she pleases, even to getS sf .danger, He alighted from the trucK ting married whenever she wants toThe guests of honor were Major A. necessitates the slaughter daily of dicII h aho h noiga-Ipoiig cus, tha fahr n
H. Davis, commanding officer of th 4,000 cattle Official inspectors -scru- directly i the path of .the oncoming a b- providing, of course, that father and
base hospital; Lieut. CoL Joseph y. tinize every part of this supply froqa tomobile which was drven by Sergeant I the boys approve of the young man.
Porter, division surgeon; Lieut. Col. the time it comes on the hoof to the Rosenberg of Service Company No. 1. "I don't know how it happened. But I
Charles L, Wilard, comandlng oficer [abattoir until it vanishes from the The touring car was so close that do know I'm the most fortunate girl in of the.camp- Father Talmadge, of themess tin Of the soldier. f brakes could not stop its momentum and the world," she told me the other day.
Knights of Columbus; Dr. L Mc- Inspection begins at the stock yards, it struck Porter, knocking him under the What do You think is Irene von PusNair, of the Y. M_ C. A.; Rev. I. H. where the living animals undergo the wheels of Truck No; 39125, driven by Cor- tau's crowning ambition on the threshWebber-Thompson, camp pastor of thd [examination of an official for any evi- oraI McKee, of Instructors' Company Ihold of her new life? To acquire a coleicoa church, cad inschr of the denies of physa fic f wch might Io Men dragged the injured soldier election of frocks and jewelry from Fifth
Brotherhood Hut, and many of the be difficult of detection later. Where n side- and calle for the ambulance avenue shops? That suestron would
most prominent people of Jacksonville. there is doubt the questionable ani- which soon was speeding on its way to [only make her laugh. The very first The following organizations were also ~he Base hospital. Arrived thei'e, Por-thnsewastodislrnbwo
The following organizations wes O r-re a male are separated for closer exami- tar was given expert medical attention thn she wants to d is learn how to
represented at the opening of. the quar- nation. Where there is certainty of ied wa hiive for mes, on the d a she an d aher n ua
ters, the Y. 21. C. A. by its general defect the animal is rejected as unfit orut pe oralihifrty Wnutes. a m on the nex oective hr name.
sl~a, .te Rd Crss, he nighs o | fr fod spplyICorporal Ch.arles R. White, a member |And her next objective ls'to learn how staq, the Red Css the Knights of for food supply. o of the Headquarters Guard, was on the to manage th hous a Deer Park, the
Clmuteladies of the Hostess Inspection, of Carcasses, scene within a short time and'ascertained Von Pustan estate in Drange county.
House, and the Jacksonville Committee Next comes a rigid examination of -that it was an unavoidable accidents as Born and brought up in the borough on Training Camp Activities, the carcasses. Only when found bos truck nd touring car were going in of the Bronx, Irene McManus. -like
The new nurses' quarters are located "-sound, healthful and wholesome," is the right direction. thousands of other girls. thought she
on the main road leading to tthe hospi the meat passed as acceptable for food Private Porter's body is-being prepare.w lucky when she got her first posi-' tal and are situated just at a end and duly branded with a non-poison- for shipment -to his home in Upland. tion and was able to help out the housesosof the oadhoneof the prettiest ous vegetable ink, "United States In- Ind.. to his father, Francis M. Porter of hl treasury. Abt hep outng housesoatd of the hospital section. It Is specter and Passed." The unfit car- that place. An attendant from the camp high school and n, bustr'es- cOlle. shi- "
lte Jon the banks of the beautiful causes are destroyed. - - wilaocompany thebdyas is-the cue- W to-ork.at-l7 and- :.-ire.e'.
St Johns river, the rear of the build- Fresh meats thus indorsed,go -for- tom'where a soldier meets his death in beforese e f -- --"T" '-Von
ighavingf a splendid river View. wrlereus'himnbttoetolneof his duty,-. Pua;sten's office. TTe~r father died -in' 191lariSd consred n al rescswhich are to undergo curing, canning,- land her mother died aofer a brief illness
nurses' quarters in any cantonen e or manufacture Into sausages, lard, l nliy in March. just affer she had onsenote
he long porches are screened with a oleomargarine, etc., are subjected toIII~flIli FtlJ.ll|/ to have Mr. Von Pusta, adoit her Oild.
fine mesh screen in order to keep out Inpecetions at each -sep. 'or these IUiU l Uall In the New Toi k
the flies and mosquitoes and the there is a final inspection just previous Wo'ld
porches afford splendid places-for te to their dispatch for~frmy use. Sam- i iln IT _r____o_nurses. The building'has accommoda-/pIes are regularly colleedL for chem- C S 'l
tions for forty nurses and also a large ical analysis in the government lab- I l'E/b IOUS lD TIN CAS FIGUR IN
dining hall, reading room and loung- oratories. |IVILADY'S COSTUMV&S,
ing room, where the nurses ca spend Double Inspection at Camps. Few women who proud of the
Music for the opening was furnished stations they mtre again inserted a y A large number of young ladies fact that they wear hosiery., underwear by the Camp Johnston orchestra and er by inspets of the bureau of aol- from the Y. W. C. A. in Jack- and dresses inide cf silk, realize that old
throughout the evening they were kep ral industry or by veterinarian off- sonville, representing the stenogra- tin cans contribute from twenty to thire busy entertaining the crowds, A de- cers of the army. They must also ob- phers and typewriters' class of the as- hundred per cent in weight to the glossy rightful buffet luncheon was sv lain the approval of oi of th H n. came out to the Hostess silks worn by them remarKs the Popular
.. ffce of the... j- noyed
-quartermate o ra ceivig t House Tuesday evening, and enjY I Sciende Monthly for June. The price of
And they undergo their final test a delightful picnic. This affair was silk has increased enormously and to
when they soldier's itmediate o ans- one of the most enjoyed that has been enable them to sell heavy silks at a privy IIUIIIIIIwhe tihie soldier' Imeit organi .... ., given at the popular "Home of Cheer," that 'will yield. a reasonable profit and
WOMENVISIT CAMP z m l t and many of the soldiers of the camp yet be within the means of the average
zaon commner oos them o ere- give at thge opuaoeo he, htwl yed esnbepoi n
frhl epn.rmit them to be served to were called in to participate in the purchasers, the manufacturers resort to fhile these preautions make it pleasures and hel make the stay of te practice of weighting the silk with tin
WILEDNESDAYS FOR SEW G seem gl impossible for meats not of the visitors pleasant. The party was tetra-chloride. derived from old tin cans.
tqua t n d under the chaperonage of Miss Fannie Five thousand tons of tin were used for
______"____ their way into the soldier's menu, nev- Batch, secretary in charge of the F, that purpose in 1917. Don't throw away
Al arge number of the women-ofertheless, the heads of the inspection W. C. A. the empty tomato cans!
women of service are on the alert for improveJacksonville visited the camp Wednes- ment in their system. It is not imday for the purpose of mending the probable that the inspections will
clothing of the soldiers and while they eventually be made even more searchwere not kept as busy as they would Ing.
like to have been they did a great deal m
of work for the soldiers. These ladies visit the camp every Wednesday AMERICA. KEITH'S POLITE VODVIL
and spend the day at the Hostess
House. where all of the men of the
camp are urged to bring their torn (As the Kaiser Would Have It Sung).
clothing in order that the women may I M's- country you would be Auto ............ M-1215 SECURE TICKETS
eplair them. And all your liberty Bell Phone ......... 390 EARLY. BOX OFFICE.
Some of the ladies stated yesterday I'd crush with might, Matinees daly, 3 p. m.15 a m.-ie p. m.
that they did not believe the soldiers If I could have my way; Orchestra, 25e; Balcony. U a 40 an ith
understood their' plan and desire. They Id take your land today 15c and 20c. 7:45 and 9:1-First Show
want all of the men to know and feel And then would make you pay a d 1olia"fight Pries,
that they are welcome to bring all What I think's right! May Seats Reevd,
their clothing that needs repairing and M nt@ Pres 80e.
they will gladly attend to this work. My natives over there Night Prices
All that is asked of the men is that Will thwart you in the air,
each article be marked plainly with On land and sea;
the owner's name and barrack num- As spies, they're on your hills
ber for the purpose of identification And working in your mills- T AND
after the work is done and they will Mily heart with capture thrills,
be only too glad to do the mending. For they love me! COMPLETE CHANGE OF BILL SUNIDAY AND THURSDAY MATINEES.
A- The Second Show (9:15 p. m.) is Becoming the AFTER DINNER FAD for
6ALAN NO- OMBTATS dKUltur"dshallhfll theair. 'Theater Pa ries.

nd murdOppose its sway; We Are Offering a BHill of Clean and Clever Entertainers larked Throughout
Let moral tongues be still by Refinement and Taste.
Before the "war lord's" will
The great and only "Bill,"
Stretcher Bearers Especially Praised That's me. I sy ERTIE FORD AND CO The TANGOIST ON
Our fathers' God is Mars F THE WIRE
for Valient Deeds of Mercy. The people bear his scarsMy sons go free!
Long may the land be briht.GRASS We have more than a hundred With subi hjects cowein BOYS
C. A. huts in the zone of the Second Take it from me-OW M AN BROTHERS
British army alolie which are constantly T
under shell fire. Some of the secretaries -T. B. Faueett, in New York Times. 'have been killed, some of them wounded. B inNNew YorkLTimes.
Many of them live In dugouts close to '
the lines. ITALY STOPS FELLING C
I know a man, sixty-five years old
who has lived in one of these dugouts OF OLIVE TREES. TAKING A CHANCE
for months. The only human beings he The felling of olive trees Is forbidden O
sees are the soldiers, to whom he gives by a decree published at Rome March a last handshake, a last 'God bless YOU!" 30. which prohibits also the cutting ofWIADO TH
-as they go In; and the wounded, to the principal branches of such trees P IACOD N
whom he gives hot soup, or coffee, as except when pruning. It is provided ACCORDION
they come crawling back. Not easy or that the regulations may be extended cheerful work! But I know that these to -mulberry trees and fruit trees by months are the best of his life, the real ministerial decree. T M RH
crowning of his sixty-five years of ex- The present decree is effective from latence. the day of its Publication until the I WATER FOUNTAIN
In that little world of brave men over Iend of teh agricultural year follow-W there, tihe bravest of all, I think, are the lng that in which peace is established. stretcher bearers No man can live that j U. S. -Commerce Reports..