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The Florida alligator

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Title:
The Florida alligator
Alternate title:
Summer school news
Alternate title:
University of Florida summer gator
Alternate title:
Summer gator
Alternate Title:
Daily bulletin
Alternate Title:
Orange and blue daily bulletin
Alternate Title:
Orange and blue bulletin
Alternate Title:
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Place of Publication:
Gainesville Fla
Publisher:
the students of the University of Florida
Creation Date:
June 27, 1919
Publication Date:
Frequency:
Daily except Saturday and Sunday (Sept.-May); semiweekly (June-Aug.)[<1964>-1973]
Weekly[ FORMER 1912-]
Weekly (semiweekly June-Aug.)[ FORMER <1915-1917>]
Biweekly (weekly June-Aug.)[ FORMER <1918>]
Weekly[ FORMER <1919-1924>]
Weekly (daily except Sunday and Monday June-Aug.)[ FORMER <1928>]
Semiweekly[ FORMER <1962>]
Weekly[ FORMER <1963>]
daily
normalized irregular
Language:
English
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v. : ; 32-59 cm.

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Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
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United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates:
29.665245 x -82.336097

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 24, 1912)-v. 65, no. 74 (Jan. 31, 1973).
General Note:
Summer issues also called: Summer school ed., <1915>-1920 and again in 1923; summer issues also called: Summer ed., <1921>.
General Note:
Has occasional supplements.

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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VIII GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 27, 1919 No. 1
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this year emphasizes the fact I SUMMER PEABODY CLUB This is the height of the sea-
LARGE OPENINGOF I
that immediate provision should i i ELECTS OFFICERSThe son of the luscious watermelon. :(|
: be made for enlarging and further -! It is no unusual sight to see some ;
SUMMER SCHOOLTenth
developing the U. of F. It|i first meeting of the Sum- man sneaking across the campus '
i is to be hoped that ere the end'! mer Peabody Club was held at under the cover of darkness with ({ '
Annual Session of Univer- of another biennium, at some,l eight-thirty o'clock on Thursday I a melon 'on his shoulder or with j I t ':

sity Summer School Opens special session of our State Leg-! evening, June 19th, in PeabodyHall one under each arm. Doctor L. 1
With Largest Attendance in islature, sufficient appropriation : with the president, Mr. E.i W. Buchholz, Officer in Charge 1 '
History. may be made to enable the Boardof i L. Beeson, in the chair. In the: (think of it) with a confederate :t
Control to enlarge facilities!i absence of the secretary, H. A.! carrying a suspicious looking !f
From every nook and corner so as to accommodate the ever! Haseltine was appointed secretary -i melon was seen passing one of '\

i of the state, from Pensacola tof increasing numbers at our State: pro tern.Nominations. I II I the buildings. About a half ;

f Jacksonville, from the northern university. for officers were j dozen long, lank, hungry fellows j
j,j' line to Key West, men and women ; decared in order and the following -' teemed out after them. In their i
1 have been teeming into One. of the English instructorswho I I officers were nominated and! effort to elude the crowd the i i
t Gainesville for the past week is rather small of stature: elected by acclamation, there being melon was dropped. Eye wit- I
|'1 to attend the Summer session and slightly inclined to baldness, I only one nominee for each nesses state that it was apparently t
\of the University of Florida. Before found himself in a rather embar- office: burst into a thousand !

f the end of the first week the: rassing predicament at the din-, President, Mr.\ H. S. Metcalf, pieces. They managed, however, I
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f f enrollment had passed the five ing hall the other day. Owing, Live Oak. to salvage it all except three

k hundred mark. It is now pre- to the crowded con 'o tID.* >%e ..presidentMr.. W.' =S. seeds. The Doctor will } dieted that it will climb well on a very narrow passa v !E Yit 1 rt jfTampCity.. to meet with his classes the rest ;
I toward.] ,.six-.hundred before the tween tables is allo ftetT""" his Sec.-Treas. Miss' Naomi .F. of the week. He will also continue -

. session ends. Teachers consti- same professor being, as was Hill, Trenton. as Officer in Charge until
tute a large percentage of the said, of small stature, experU( FSt-at-Arms, Mr.\ J. W. further notice.

enrollment. Quite a number are' enced nd difficulty passing WaJ on, Ft. Meade. I
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pursuing high school studies for I along to his aceu/fopjed seat' Critic, E. E. Macy, Eau The Dining Hall at the Com-
credit while still others are but having enjoy U lli iTW i mons is truly a sea of faces at I

working for college credits. more than sumptis tUL OJ I DFr'IT inftallerf meal time. Some three hundred
Rooming facilities have been ata his wont, he found it impos- 11I rl TIqiumber of people thrice daily journey j
premium and while none have sible to make an exit. Much\ short speeches from various thither to feed the inner man.Manager / :i

been turned away, at times it amusement was naturally pro- people the meeting was adjourned Yates has demon-
seemed that the managementhad voked. j to meet next Thursday strated much executive abilityin i'

reached its extremity. It is evening at eight-thirty, when a handling the large crowds
a good-natured crowd, however, The first Vesper Service of program is assured. that dine at this famous hostelry. t I'

and little inconveniences have the season was held last Sun- Signed, H. A. HASELTINE, His organization works
tbeen accepted as a matter of day evening. Doctor Hodge of Secretary pro tern. with clocklike precision and :;
course and practically everyoneis the Summer School faculty con- doors open practically on the t
getting settled down in his ducted the service, ty> the delightof Program Committee dot. Many favorable commentsare j i
little nook and getting down to everyone. A goodly numberwas Mr.\ Beeson, Chairman. heard as to the variety and ; ,
business.An present and this feature of Miss\ Kittrell. 4 quality of the food served. A : I

air of earnestness perme- the S. S. will no doubt prove' Mrs. Hannon. question often asked is, how can I I
ates the whole body and while both popular and pleasing as in Miss Ruby Ricks. they do it for the money? i iI .

ample opportunity for play and the past. Miss Etta King.It I j!
I Professor Beck of the bleak i
recreation are provided and enjoyed I
business seems to be in: Dean Cox is "daffy" on play. is reported that a naturalisthas I Northwest is again undertaking 4 I
"the forefront. New courses)i He has finally succeeded in getIting. discovered, in the wilds of the task of teaching folks Tiow j

have been added and the machinery -' some old stiff-jointed' fellows -, Africa, an ape that can talk. He not to murder the king's Eng- i
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of the Summer Schoolperfected' : (the Alligator included) : has nothing on us. There is one lish. A monumental task that. t

in many ways so that I out to play who hadn't raised a I at large on the campus here who Rumor has it that Professor t
r the increased attendance is- being trot for "nigh onto twentyyear" has been talking ever since he Beck is to become a permanent

; handled nicely and all is going Once broken in, they remind -I' arrived, but he hasn't said any- member of the University. fac 1;
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THE FLORIDA I ALLIGATORSummer serve the interests above set The military air prevailing at ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE

l. forth and portray to the state at the University at the close of the I
VICTROLAS
AND
RECORDS
School Edition large some impressions of Sum- Summer Session last year is con- ;;
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\ mer School life as it exists at spicuous by its absence. The ,
r Subscription, 35c for the Term
the University of Florida. To I job is finished. Comparatively GAINESVILLEFURNITURE

t Published Every Friday this end, we cordially invite suggestions speaking, a few saddened homes,
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and constructive criti- a few maimed soldiers and some (
COMPANY\
f Entered as second-class matter isms. Let us also urge upon I II unpaid war bills are all that is
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1 September 28, 1912, at the our readers the necessity of sub-I I left to remind us that we were
I postoffice at Gainesville, Florida, D. R. COX, Proprietor
items for .
mitting publication.News in the midst of a world war one (
under the Act of March\ 3, 1879.
F items of local interest, year ago. Luckily, the flower of

[ : STAFF I short, terse articles on timely i our young manhood was not \

I subjects and the like, will be; sacrificed although America had
i WM. TYLER._.......Editor and ManagerE. I
G. ROOKS......Advertising Manager I welcomed and published in so1' unreservedly placed all on the! THE PHIFER STATE BANK

t f W. C. RIGBY and C. D. JOHNSON far as space will permit. Receptacles -, altar of freedom. The discharged -: Strong and Conservative l-lI

I I Circulation Managers I for such matter will : soldier is dropping back I Gainesville -:- -:- Florida

be found in both Peabody and; into civilian life and there is a

,: EDITORIAL---- Language Hall. Again, the paper general feeling among the sub-

I -, is yours., Will you help to stantial citizens of our great R

. make every issue a live one? country that all is well. ,
True to his native instincts, I Eyes w : Glasses

I r ye Alligator has kept quiet during II I Tested 'W 8S Fitted P 1

: the bustle and stir of the The two instructors who How much longer, Mr.\ Superintendent -

I : opening week of SummerS I i iI [called us to time on the "mon- will you permit the Broken Lenses
I Duplicatedin
,[key" proposition last summer one room rural school teacher to
has
I School. In fact, there been hour's time
1 will in all take try to teach high school subjectsat one
! such a continuous influx of students probability, exception

I from every quarter of the to our "ape" news item. the bidding of some promi- C. H. COLES & SON

I I state during the opening days i However, only one of them is nent patron, to the neglect of Ir

l that it has been difficult for him There: this year, thanks be. the many: for whom the schoolis Refracting and Mfg.\ Opticians
? It is futile
, organized as as
to decide just how and where

J and when to make his advent. I A number of people, Prof.'; it is illegal. The high schoolwork ,
must be Do Business With
Now that Dean Cox has given ':Wetzel, Miss Burney, "Ar- consolidated in

the signal, the Alligator pro- buckle" Yates and others, are,, definite centers in the country,: The Florida National Bank
I. I I if real results are to be securedfor
; claims himself abroad in the i:requesting and even d emandlng''that k

.. f land for the duration of the the Alligator deal more either the elementary or high I Resources Over Two Million\ i

, t Summer Session, to entertain, kindly with them this year. This| school pupils. Dollars )

r t amuse and, perchance, instruct. {Twill depend very largely upon 1 1I
Someone heard
I i was casuallyto
At the outset, we would remind -whether or not they are subscribers -
i remark, "There is no need of
our readers that this in good standing. Asa SHOES THAT WEAR ;
my subscribing to the Alligator;I
paper is theirs, and is publishedin matter of personal interest,
my roommate takes it and that
the interest of the Summer will feed
|the Alligator largely
will Vlq: fdr both". We feel sure I l
School in particular and the University ir upon non-subscribers and delin- i : CROSSETTS and EDUCATORS
i i that if Dean Cox knew of this
r in general. It shall be quents, as in the past. A wordto I
he would ship that person homeon atTHEUNITED
; j our constant aim to make it the wise is sufficient. Sub-
the next train.
such a publication as will best scribe. SHOE STORE

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"Where is father
your son-
Next to Busy Bazaar
ny?" inquired- caller.

"He is down in the hog lot
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to Change
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EVERYTHING LADIES'WEARING
"He has a hat on, sir.
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R. L. Goulding, a former Alligator -
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: Call at My\ Store and Hear S. a few days this week en

route. It is stated that he will
THE NEW EDISON THE BUSY BAZAAR
return and pursue some studies

Played in Comparison with here later in the session. Just Next to United Shoe Store

"Talking Machines" why he could not remain while

here could not be explained. Pos-
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!I : Also Carry Sheet Music in Stock this question in the near fu DR. C. G. MIXSON, Dentist

THE NEW EDISON STORE ture. Mr.\ Goulding is now City Office Building
teacher.of Science i in the Tech.
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A STATE UNIVERSITY OF THE HIGHEST EDUCATIONAL STANDARDS, RANKING WITH

THE LARGEST AND BEST UNIVERSITIES OF THE NORTH AND EAST. MILITARY\ TRAINING
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N UNDER OFFICERS OF THE U. S. ARMY. STUDENTS OFFERED OPPORTUNITY OF JOINING

RESERVE OFFICERS TRAINING CORPS.

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WILSON HOUSE DOPE Bob Altman, at present A. W. As we go to pres's the enroll- How often the self-made man

0. L., comes next on the list-a ment at the Summer School is worships his maker! ;t

Just to introduce ourselves. long, lean, lanky cracker, built; 550. The highest enrollment up s

,Mr. C. W. Nelson, boss of theVilson like Jim Andrews, and with, to this year was in 1916 when it Modesty is woman's honor '

( House and member of nearly the same good looks.;; went to 532. It is practicallysafe Honor is man's modesty. J. I

he kitchen police, and next to These two are entries for the: to say that it will reach 600 t ,

'Slim" Haigh, the sleepiest man; beauty contest. before the close of the season I "He sings to the wide world j I

float. Last, but by no means least,:\ this year. Four hundred and and she to her nest; f I

"Slim" Haigh, a six-foot mistake comes C. J. Mazurewicz, otherwise twenty- of the number dine at In the nice ear of nature which

grew on the plan of a flag- Missouri.\ American and the Commons, and yet "Ar- song is the best?"Lowell. i

pole-lots up and down, but not Floridian above all. Has seen buckle" Yates smiles all the

much out. He sits at the headof service in France, getting punc- time. "The father bird sings to the t

the table (by mistake). tured. The last must have let wide, wide world,
"Little Bob" Turner Rural In the nice of nature his
Starting from "Slim's" rightat I some of his brains out, for they ear
mess, next comes Bill Mussel- can be heard rattling at times. School Inspector, and a live song is the best.
wire, by the way, paid the Summer He sings to the wind, to the sun
Bill
white, alias "Hadsocks" we
School a call last week. in the west; j
wish it distinctly understood, Hear Ye! Hear Ye!
Many of the men were favored His song is heard by the wearyat
could eat the plates off the tableif
with a cordial handshake anda rest.
we'd let him. He has cracked
A challenge to all comers! pat on the back. The ladies II For one swift moment the pas-
most of the glasses by biting
The Wilson/House Club claim to were greeted with a handshake sersby
them while waiting for eats. I I
: have the champion eating team! only. Forget to sigh,
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After each meal Bill lets his belt
j of the Summer School. Red I As under the cooling shade they
out three notches. I
;' McCaskill and Bill 1\Iusselwhite, Quite a ripple was created in lie.And.
Next is Clyde Maddox.\ Quiet'I I alias Hadsocks. The Club hereby Summer School society when the-deep green woods are

little chap, this. Doesn't say I challenges any and all of the Mrs. M .D. Stivender blew in ringing

much, but great at stowing eats. Summer School students to an the latter part of opening week. With the little fellow's singing. I

Mr.\ Bell from Florida, sir. eating contest. Teams pre- Mrs.\ Stivender found a happy So here's to the song of the bird

Also quiet, studious, and a mar- ferred. Will allow as high as welcome awaiting her. in the tree,

vel at eating.On four men to a team. For fur- For his is the song for me."

his right, we next have ther particulars apply to the BEX
This was written by an average .
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Jim Andrews, the longest, lean- Wilson House, in Tin-Can Alley.Blood's :
eighth grade pupil. Yours
est, lankiest, most loosejointedof Jazz haint music. It's a dis i
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can do it. ,
all our members. Can jump ease. ; !
in Circus
-well, we won't tell you; you'd
call us bad names if we did. Alas\ for him who never shes. Don't work your cortex to the

At the foot of the table, as -Red McCaskill, one of the bone,

should be, sits Jim Maddox\ Club's most brilliant (?) mem- When we locate a class withno To see that shall and 'will are ;

brother of Clyde M. Nuff sed! bers, was heard to exclaim, aftera members putting to for too, taught, I

Now comes Red McCaskill, he i tussle with another Club mem- there for their, it's for its, we On barbarisms, gent and phone. ;

of the red, golden, auburn, bur- ber, "Hey! fellers, lookit my are going to treat the class to a Your force you'll need for that I

nished copper locks. Eats on a! arm where the blood's come to sight-seeing tour in the official had ought; i I
par with Bill. When the eats the CIRCUS!" (Note: Red came hack. More energy for had of known. :

start with Red they end there. out second best.)

Look who comes next! Old THE SCRIBE. Think for yourself-one good Are faults and false homo-

man Longee's little boy Nelson. ideaKnown nyms? Practice pronouncingthem. ,

Those who know him best say What is the difference between to be your own, i
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he's the limit eating. He's also a cheek of a peach and a, Is better than a thousand :

said to be mildly insane. Ho, peach of a cheek? Ask Doctor gleaned To dance or not to dance, thatis I'

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I .LET US KEEP UP THE GOOD THE YANKS ON THE MARNE I 'am sitting here thinking of But when our work on earth i|

J WORK the things I left behind, done, our friends on earth wil

I' A popular ditty sung by the And I hate to .write on paper tell:

what is running through When they died they went t
The pressure of war made us Yanks in France: my
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I turn from the national habit of mind; heaven for they done thei

waste and extravagance and go Oh, the English and the Irish We have dug a million trenchesand hitch in hell.

back to the thrifty and sturdy and the 'owlin' Scotties too, we've cleared ten milesof

I I ways of our forefathers. We The Canucks and Austrilee-uns, ground, When our first "taps" are sounded :

i i < are in danger of forgetting the and the 'airy French poilu; And a meaner place this side of and we lay aside life'

lesson forced upon us by the The only things that bothered hell, I know is yet unfound; cares,

f war. We complain of high us, a year before we knew, But there is one great conso- And we do our last parading u :

r ; prices. What are we personally Was '()\V in 'ell the Yank'd look, lation-gather closely while I the shining golden stars,

doing to bring them down? an' wat in 'ell they'd do. tell; When the angels bid us welcome

\Vhenve die we'll go to heaven and their to
harps begin play
f ; Why the Need for Thrift?
They 'adn't 'ad no tryin'; they for we done our hitch in hell. Then we'll draw a million can
America borrowed instead of
didn't know the gime; teen checks and.spend them i ia
saving to secure funds to carryon We have built a hundred kitch-
<, They 'adn't never marched it day.
i the war. There is only one
much; their shootin' ,was the ens for the cooks to cook our It is then we'll hear St. Peter tel
r way to pay the debt. We must beans
sime; us loudly with a yell:

I r keep on producing; we must An' the only thing that bothered We have stood a hundred guard "Take a front seat, good old soldier
t continue the war on waste; we
mounts and cleaned the
that in lawst camp for done
t us day July you've you
t must cooperate with our. govern-
. Was 'ow in 'ell the line'd 'old if latrines; hitch in hell."
! : ment in its effort to make thrifta We've washed million
they should run aw'y. a mess
habit. Only by doing these
kits; we've peeled a million
i things hope to reestab-
can we
The leggy, nosy new 'uns, just spuds, A SOLDIER'S PRAYEROur
; lish the balance between the
Andve've rolled thousand
I come acrosst the sea! a
amount of money and amount of
blankets and washed million
I We couldn't help but wonder 'ow a
goods.. Father who art Washing
,: duds
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in 'ell their guts'd be
) : What is Thrift? ; ton,
An' the only thing that botheredus The number of parades we've
The elements of thrift Baker be thy name, thy cabl
t are in all our staggerin' ranks I done would be very hard to

I earning, saving, investing giving Was what in 'ell would 'appen tell, come,
I \ conserving.' Thrift is not Thy will be done, in Bordeaux
I w'en the 'Uns 'ad 'it the But we've not paraded in

I. miserliness. Thrift is a condition Yanks. heaven, for we done our hitchin as in St. Nazaire,

of progress-progress toward hell. Give us this day our long delayed -

t the highest welfare. No pay,
My\ word, it 'appened sudden
. } lazy man is thrifty even if he inherit We have killed a million rattle- And forgive the bugler, the mess
\ w'en the drive 'ad first begun;
a fortune. No industriousman snakes that tried to take our sergeant,
We seen the Yanks arunnin'Gaw
is thrifty who doesn't know cots. The Y. M. C. A. and those who
I Blimy, how the run!
how to use what he produces. We've shaken scores of centipedes wear bars,
But the only thing that botheredus
Christ set the example of from out our army Lead us not into the Army of
I that seen the chase begin I
I thrift in material things by directing I socks; Occupation,
Was 'ow in 'ell to stop 'em 'fore
his disciples to gather up I We've marched a hundred thou- But deliver us from another service -
they got into Berlin.
the fragments of the feast. sand miles and made a hun- stripe.

Cleverly he pointed out the distinction dred camps, For thine is the Army, the M.
They didn't 'ave no tactics but
between the material And we've pulled a million cactus P.'s,
the bloody manual;
and the spiritual in his masterly thorns from out our army The Q. M.\ C. and the Engineers,
They 'adn't learned no orders
; retort to the lawyer, "Render pants; for ever and ever, Amen.
but "Ooray" and "Give 'em
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'ell!I"
r Caesar's and unto God the things See A. J. VIDAL
J. McCOLLUM & CO.
But the only thing that botheredus
that are God's". But he put the
about them leggy lads For Drugs, Stationery, Toilet
emphasis in the right place when DRUGGISTS
Was 'ow in 'ell to get the chowto
Articles Souvenir Cards
he said, "What shall it profit a ,

,J man if he gain the whole world feed their Kamerads.Oh Waterman's Pens Corner East Main and Union

and lose his own soul?"
r the English and the Irish,

and the 'owling Scotties too,
YORK RACKETDry
1 A War Savings Stamp is a NEW
The Canucks and Austrilee-uns
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bank account with Uncle Sam.
and the 'airy French poilu ; Goods, Notions, Shoes, Hats and Gents' Furnishings.We .

of The only thing that bothered usdon't Will Appreciate Your Business
Eighty-three percent people
bother us no more.
dying leave no estate. A W. S.
It's[ only w'y in 'ell we didn't
t, S. is an estate.
know the Yanks before.U. .
IT WILL PAY YOU

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the war debt to posterity. have no infant mortality. Skirts and Waists

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LET US KEEP UP THE GOOD THE YANKS ON THE MARNEA I 'am sitting here thinking of But when our work on earth i

WORK the things I left behind, done, our friends on earth wi

I popular ditty sung by the And I hate to .write on paper tell:

The pressure of war made us Yanks in France: what is running through my When they died they went t

turn from the national habit of mind; heaven for they done thei

waste and extravagance and go Oh, the English and the Irish We have dug a million trenchesand hitch in hell.

back to the thrifty and sturdy and the 'owlin' Scotties too, we've cleared ten milesof

.- ways of our forefathers. We The Canucks and Austrilee-uns, ground, When our first "taps" are sounded

are in danger of forgetting the and the 'airy French poilu; And a meaner place this side of and we lay aside life'

lesson forced upon us by the The only things that botheredus hell, I know is yet unfound; cares,

( ,yareVe, complain of high before knew But there is great
a year we one conso- And we do our last parading u

prices. What are we personally Was bw in 'ell the Yank'd look, lation-gather closely while' I the shining golden stars, I

doing to bring them down? an' wat in 'ell they'd do. tell; When the angels bid us welcome

Why the Need for Thrift? When we die we'll go to heaven and their harps begin to play

America borrowed instead of They 'adn't 'ad no tryin'; they for we done our hitch in hell. Then we'll draw a million canteen -}

saving to secure funds to didn't know the gime; checks and.spend them i ia in
carryon
'. They 'adn't never marched it We have built a hundred kitch-
I day.
the There is
war. only one
much their shootin' was the ens for the cooks to cook our
way to pay the debt. We must ; It is then we'll hear St. Peter tel
beans
keep on producing; we must sime; us loudly with a yell:
An' the only thing that botheredus We have stood a hundred guard
continue the war on waste; we "Take a front seat, good old soldier
that day in lawst mounts and cleaned the camp
July
'I must cooperate with our govern for you've done you
Was 'o\v in 'ell the line'd 'old if latrines; hitch in hell."
ment in its effort to make thrift '
they should run aw'y. We've washed a million mess
a' habit. Only by doing these
f kits we've
; peeled a million
i things can we hope to reestablish -
the balance between the The leggy, nosy new 'uns, just spuds, A SOLDIER'S PRAYEROur
come acrosst the sea! And we've rolled a thousand
Ii
amount of money and amount of
goods. We couldn't help but wonder 'ow blankets and washed a million

r in 'ell their guts'd be; duds; Father who art in Washington
E What is Thrift?
An' the only thing that botheredus The number of parades we've ,
The elements of thrift are in all our staggerin' ranks I,I done would be very hard to Baker be thy name, thy cable
earning, saving, investing giving -
;
tell, come,
Was what in 'ell would 'appen .
'
I' conserving. Thrift is not w'en the 'Uns 'ad 'it the But we've not paraded in Thy will be done, in Bordeauxas

t -t' miserliness. Thrift is a condi- Yanks. heaven, for we done our hitchin in St. Nazaire,

tion _of_ progress- progress toward hell. Give us this day our long delayed -
the highest welfare. No
l My word, it 'appened sudden pay,
; lazy man is thrifty even if he inherit We have killed
r w'en the drive 'ad first begun; a million rattle- And forgive the bugler, the mess

a fortune. No industrious We seen the Yanks a-runnin' snakes that tried to take our sergeant,
!
man is thrifty who doesn't know -Gaw Blimy how the cots. The Y. M.\ C. A. and those who
run
how to use what he produces. We've shaken of centipedes bars
But the only thing that botheredus scores wear ,
l t Christ set the example of that the chase from out our army Lead us not into the Army of
seen begin
I thrift in material things by directing socks
Was 'ow in 'ell to stop 'em 'fore ; Occupation, ,
his disciples to gather up they got into Berlin. We've marched a hundred thou- But deliver us from another ser-
t the fragments of the feast. sand miles and made a hun- vice stripe.

t Cleverly he pointed out the distinction They didn't 'ave no tactics but dred camps, For thine is the Army, the 3M.\

i 1 between the material: the bloody manual And we've pulled a million cactus P.'s,

I i'' and the spiritual in his masterly; I They 'adn't learned; no orders thorns from out our army; The Q. M. C. and the Engineers

retort to the lawyer, "Render but "Ooray" and "Give 'em pants; for ever and ever, Amen.J. .
unto Caesar the things that are
'ell!"
i Caesar's and unto God the things
See A. J. VIDAL
i i that are God's". But he put the But the only thing that botheredus McCOLLUM & CO.

t emphasis in the right place whenhe about them leggy lads For Drugs, Stationery, Toilet DRUGGISTS
Was 'ow in 'ell to the
get chowto
f said, "What shall it profit a Articles, Souvenir Cards

I man if he gain the whole world feed their Kamerads.Oh Waterman's Pens Corner East Main and Union

and lose his own soul?"
the English and the Irish,

A War Savings Stamp is a and the 'owling Scotties too, NEW YORK RACKETDry

1 f'' bank account with Uncle Sam. The Canucks and Austrilee-uns,

c 1 and the 'airy French poilu; Goods, Notions, Shoes, Hats and Gents' Furnishings.We .

t Eighty-three percent of people The only thing that bothered us Will Appreciate Your Business

t dying leave no estate. A W. S. don't bother us no more.

: :iI S.is an estate. !It's only w'y in 'ell we didn't
>. i know the Yanks before.U. .
ir Iif Ii IT WILL PAY YOUto
f Let us make sure that we do
"
; not pass on an undue portion of S. government baby bonds
call on the Cut-Price Store and see its stock of Summer Shoes
the war debt to posterity. have no infant mortality. I
t, 1 Skirts and Waists

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U L1 SUMMER SCHOOL EDITION VoL. VIII GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA., FRIDAY, il-NE 27, 1919 ~SHOOF SUMMER SHO Tenth Annual Session of Uniesit) Summer School Opens With Largest Attendance in Historic. Fromeke of the state, Jacksonville, line to Reyv mvii hatvc Gal ncsv iil to attend I of the I tore the -eiirollmii toxxo at Me'ssitn I tutu a cinrullmi pursinI cridit rI \n10(k andi corner t rn)m 'tin'saioiz to I irom the lhorth('I't \X'st, mnl andi V 4beenI teemning int' fir the past w\e('k l hi m11ker end ent h d mar hat it IX h tnd,.> Iztrgt ent. g hig w\hilC >ummlve -itx fF r ,t the lIP I Ltd jpaSset' k. it isno Quite a lilfl hi s(1hol st u stil' oi he uk w I lies rS the the q the '4e I I'r ari wxxinig tor colleg. irodIltS. ItoolilLg 14a111i wR hax e ben at it 1(peiLIm~ ad~ 'HIt 10tha been turned 8\\ a, at I ines it seemed t hat the rimi nagvm n i had reached its extremnity. It i> a good-natu re(I cro\w(, however, and little inconvenlenijes have been at opt e(d as a matter 0f course anti practically every' ne is get tig settled (lOWn in his little i 0k antd getting down to business. An air of eairmnnes peirmeat the whole Ixdt apil while anmil opportunity ftr ivr and re creation are p rovie im en joyed, bLISIness seems to bA in the forefront. New cou rses have been added and the machinei v of the Summer School pertfected in many ways so that the increased attendance isbeiriu handled nicely and all is going 'IIl. The large attendance this year emphasizes tact that immedW~iate proyvIstOn shouti l be madec for enlarging and further dex eloping t he U. of F. It is to be hoped that crc the end of a not her biennium, at sme 18 s1)ecial session of our State Legnay lbe malt' to ('Ialie the I aid ol (fntl'Ol to enlarge fa( iut it> "I J5 tO ac((lmlditL the C\ er' mci easing tiumher' at n t: t e Ufll\trrit\. U anti lass in1 tll I lie ot the IEnglish instrl'vlrl is rather snafl 1f -tat ulte Ud hjimsel t in a irtti r cimbarmII )reiteiiiIet at the dihail thit '4her tia. I A mg he t rw d t :1 ker tt' rli tw' t sami I Sau I < oed talln )ut n table1 to hi ha V i g than is his s ible wv I') Ont, maL ami i enment \ oked-. The mrst the season day evening. the Mummer ducted t he so U (t IverOne. was present the S. S. wv ijoth ptopIular the past. Hi > dl, II '4 itlicui Iax xv W.gn t. bale. It ZcttCd sae ( iiD ..E I siimpttfTfnO. o4 Ow an exit. Mluch short siweches tr''m x as hat Urally I )o Sc huo r\ H C. A nd(I r ild tor l ia to I goo( this II n a pro-ptfle l 111(1dI eeing )*r\ ice of last SunHlodge ot cultv conhe lulight ly mumbuliti feature of uht firo V sing as in bean ('ox is "dathy i play. HeI has finally succeeded in getting R('me 0o(d stitbOmlttId tellows (the Alligator included) out to play who hadn't raised a trot for "nighi onto twenty year"'. Once broken in, they remind one of "Josiah Allen'. J)rt)graZ Si Al Al Al Al Al m I g the to at riis ned, meeting meet next T eight-thir'ty, assured. H. A. HAS Secrytar} SlDiMER PEABODY ( LIPB ELECTS OFFICERS 'The irs eght-thirt Hlail ;xh it L -In UF)>Qr cf the stelrttaI\ I 4-t hit 'tLm. jiunt il atiU n5 for ohItit th :ndil ilfieP and hni I urH L Vn x eie omir a Preednt, lr.1. >. Alit ,II. A. I '-ee*rerS \\ilt xx ~I. Ia I IX Et Xwas mbler waR 'huisd( xwher his is th' height ot t he Si fl ( it i> nio undecr t ia mIl:i I. t tI C e1the ILwei(1s wvaterlelouI. "In-Iuakii he co Ir tit hhi a' eIIn2 1 :uil sight to ig at i o' th nt r m dark aUhlil. I z, 1 W r ii ) An jil ii h ,2 ? t ii S a it n ilu hug-. th i Il u g an~\ ii-laK ti a Wit. m Albt tunu Ue I HI', a! I. na The miaa ti %salvage it it'! F. "' d \(e r & I titue as OI Ir in iii ItiJKr n0h. 1' a 11mtI tImP. Si I hit her to tot 1y ELTINE, pr 11m. I'rogram Committee r. Huesori, Chairman. ias K itt rell. is. H-annon. -s Rtibv Ricks. tui iif tj5e at mie tlii& tt hnO wI d hbi r a Yla' a uh uxecuitive rig the large at this famous organ iza tio'n k-like prei nI 1)raCtiCal\y dint. Mlany Ia are heard ast utual ity "I the ther &it for hostelworks in 2fnd on the sorable c' mmi oi the x *riety a .kedC is, how the nmov 2 ents and A can I'r ,Iess'ir Beck f the bleak Nt rthwest is again undme rtakinrg the task of teaching polks how not to murder the king's EnrgIi sh. A nmon umntal task that. Rumor has it that Professor Beck is to become a permanent member of the Univer ;ity tacult y. N-.i t metlig of rhe Mumnodv Club was hel at x ci'clock on Thu rsdayv unte 19th, in Peabudy the president, MAr. E. ,in the chair. lii thi d ni > e ,Au dent, Ab.l \. iI$3111\tt4 dCh~npa cit". lo 'hs -TrIl. Al n Niniu I m(, I. TTIIu Iret.+ handli at dine .His ith {Itit 1(r1 Ojpe a se Who o do plea

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pubI 4 TH FLRD ALIGTOR Summer School Edition Subscription, 35c for the Term Published Every Friday Entered as second-class matter, September 28, 1912, at the postofthce at Gainesville, Florida', under the Act of March 8, 1879. STA::F T Yrn I tor and 3 ROOKS .livrtlumg C UIGBX amt~I C. I). JO!'i rcuiat n i'agrs Manager atn-ager INSI' EDITORIAL a .o his tor ha bt.he V. ed School. In such a tOnt dents tram state duitin that it has to decide and when Now that land for Summer amIuiSC an At the mind ou paper ist in the in School in vcrsityv our co such a I, mI S dI inat iv9 S kept and1 S kot i ti tI nlst I uidt rof Sun fact, there has inuous influx at C\C1\ qUar'ttr 0 ig the opening bweln cliticult fr tist how and( M ti make his ad Dean Ccx has the Alligato self abroad the (lurati('n esnicil, to tft perthance. in; Outs4t, r r'Q:ult hieirls. terest par'tic wV ( *1'5 and is ot the ular and(1 r ot (I 'S wohi that Pt 0tHfthe mmffer been stuf the day:s rhim where 'I ken poItthe fthe rtam, trint, I r'ethis is hed k mmer1 tiht 1.niin general. It shall nstant aim to make publication as wvil I be it est serve the interests above set forth and portray to the state at large some impressions of Sumner School life as it exists at the U niversity of Florida. To chis endl, we cordially invite suggestions and constructive criti:ismns. Let us also urge upon >1fr readers the necessity of subgritting items News items short, terse ai subjects andl w. It mPd C d I MI' Us 51)aCC ejt &'es I Cr DC if)Lun( in liInguiagt H al p hr i 0 y1r. (d hi (rt thI "St Thii Iw xi ns lied us ii imu oiln tler, the only ar I. att< AlL kind!ii II thjem wii ( jtIpn Icy ''ldheti or not sc i -mo F it I' ,' &* iii t to thm 'i\ '>1 I suPrii tor pu blicat ion. local interest, icles on timely ec like, will 1w published in sri ill permit. Reuth matter x'jl th Peaboc\ atn Again, the paa li\ 2 I ltton cdl 1he iast -wh "mlia mmer ni bability, takt "JCPUe" -e it< ONe ol thp-mn thanks he. If ieo l Ihir e aind (;t hes rie d UatOr' delt< this Nea large> they at -tan(din SOnal ir lit IS Un H ast. Iit x is I ,f. Thi> 1ilp ol subA i~ (lri ill 'An I Sirj I The military air prevailing at the University Summer Sessioi spicuous by it job is finished. speaking, a few a few maimed s unpaid war biF left to remind in the midst of year ago. Luck Gur yOtu n sacrificed alth Un Vtservedly altar ci Ire L harged solde i ilian g eniI feelini stZ.1tial outrtt na ci Iv U ri. it Ir citize s that all HI v n~uch Iintend(tent, V ilE? 101dm r1 V try to teach i at the iitit nutit yatrin, the liar:' In 1 organized It s illegal. at the close of the last year is cotis absence. The Comparatively saddened homes. oldiers anti some Is are all that iN us that we were a world war one ily, the flower at *nhood was not igh America ha' I laced all on thy domn. The disis (Iropijng l)aCIL C iflt hI e 111 I a amlielg t he su U01 our IS Vwii. ALL KINDS OF FURN K \'ICTROLAS AND RE('u1:s (GAINEM IIF FURNITI R E ('O3PAN\ '[iiE PHI FEll STATE BAN K ( Ia grea t larger, Al r. Si oii s ht ol teaichti I igh schv' -2I su t 14) the nelc It is U s lii It fuji1 r&> Is :ar .ero 1,. I. .' tlht iF ''n the dli wahr .1 n. hiIIQIc sei ibiing I' the fBr ltth .\\ ne'X tilt con ''U Utn1 -rI L In tth Nce 1 1 -4,11 I : I inKy III IL lUL II~i2 ( ~i*' Th Foria Ndto Dan SHOES THAT V/EAR (I T -~ 1:1 .\ ''i I HE -N 111 SHOE S A)R THE NEW EDISON HIas Nt \tt t -s to (Chan e is 'b'J&ho \ti DR-. (UM.IXSON, Dent vt ( 'ity ( tlice Buildmin Phone 286 W. E NI. G. WI. True Allig gt the ening Ye (in the claim signa s hi C. ii. ( A)LF:S '& Ii. L. Gu I igator man,. S. S. a few snake ewry is

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WITH at present A. W. list -a A> ue gt tto press meit ut thc Summeltr the etrilSchool 110W othi n the It --nua Ih> Just to inutrod1u ce ourselves. bung, lea. i .anky tckci, Th11 highest Mir. C. \V. Nelson, buss Jim Andrews, when It I 'im r. aind members thie I X't) and. SamWQ gooi dri ( liie t hos. t'r tf: I XXOII to 542. sutk to -ayth ii IIo ii i mall > a MbN riach Gow sleepiudt ai six-loot man Ijcautv m-isC (ntest. .J. \Iazirit, c \bSOarl I cm I S tart tig from "Slim'n mess, next conies 1m1ltj ( east. (it tral Ha> io 1'rInilu, %yttinug iii'ntThe luit muilst ie let ilS IrdIV tg Ir th1 W\ can be h ardl it I imfl& II this Vt 1Wr Li I Pt tls ti-i Yates (odflth< S CiiS UI :I ad' I II)C at and yet "ArSmlile& il thet II (2 ''Prr :ud -he -''hg If, lIhEr i" the I i-I I.> ~\ oi U nleAt I the < 1 i : t u in hear Xe'. .a t racked IA lhitiIy I or t:ms. e h meal Bill It Is hi -i t hic tOrotchi>. Hle:ir le snais: Apt t otil I.> hae Ih hv bn::on tzt Iig ~ and i l M aTl\\ ., Q it I lOt.nl1 at st(owmf itnd a mariL td t t lbacx. w.11 8t ilctiidlhatk. tI sui a i esr I he If e vt 'I I :I.e ji U' thai Inge-' catinug >onti a''y. til 'St. a I alit ZIl Ir ('w aHilh 8eami. jor i IrSho XI0 .\1 .). SbtVtiitltr bI 1 ,. Sime ndtr lotint a v~c .''a niting her. A u ii -a -I .1't orldt thor jatulars P the longest,. leaiTm-1n nimost Ii 1)5-I tintCd It> Ih Ahe'. mtusc. It' at tisof al our members. --necli, \\e won't tell Lbs had names if Ibriother of Clyde M. ('an \Ot; I Oud XXI td. 'd n~eV(er she's I kn't wvork I iii Jirt>. to the inc of the Null sed! RetiA 31':pkill, he go Eaton a eats ; bers. v" it ttISSI( exclaim. with another ('lb arnm where th the CIRCUS:"' II fmafter mcimitmy come to Canmic A\ascmm we I ovate no members putting t Itre tir their, it's ft. are gng iti sight-'weing and xifl taught. c )M i c ':.im gent an M hte Vi( r II foult nee Iir that f1r h1 ii An wn -) lOr to r its, n vias-" to )Iore enIergv T0 H1&use uN 4", I ill ?Mussctmo-i thev After H t li glutcs w hby wxat ing lit mUle',bt 1 call laist w cck. kititl d1hkQ al' I H m he 21r( t ,i' Iet: og 2o >:e In Also Itiltt, si vol at eating-. a1 ri. *r LY&l >\ \n ttrI -e C -'h. ihi. t \ 1 I I. when .\ I th. UiiAt the should ii Sth ~l mthe -024 No O 1 rtt. n is hed 2 it II i~i-i nfl is unrships baih 550. eng, a ord .vi:h A challenge Tne bulbFor leNext is C&de Maddox alias finosoi km. 1 h. (Eb ham weet Wah the atto a the or me o.

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LET US KEEP UP THE GOOD THE YANKS ON THE MARNE WORK The pressure ot war made turni from the national habht waste and extravagance and back to the thrifty and stH] waxy of our forefathers. are in (langer of forgetting lesson forced upon us by war. We complain of h prices. What are we persons A popular ditty sung by the US Yanks in France: ot go rVe the the 1ghb al ly doing to bring them down? Why the Need for Thrift? America borrowed instead ot saving to secure funds to caris on the wvar. There is only onw way to pay the debt. W e must continue the ruio waste; w must cooperate with our government in its effort to make thrifty a habit. Only by doing these things can we hope to ruestabI ish the balance betwxve the amount of money and am'iunt it goods. XWhaI is Trhrifl., The elements earning, savig, ig, conserving. miserliness. Thr tin of prug xvard the hi lazy man is h iit a torit L man is thrift how to use wx Christ setl thrift in ma rectinig his di the fragmei Cleverly he tinctioni bet and the spirit retort to th unto Caesar Caesar's and that are God' empr he sa man andl A bank iasis Iid(, ifth lose of thri inVestIn Thrift itt ja a I t are .glIS njt I. nli ress -j)Irjgle, toghcz-t win tare. No hri ttv eVen ii Mc nne. No indlaMtriou y xwho dOesn'lt know ; -hat he the tornal t isciples nlts ofl pointed ween t tual in hings by dito gather up the feast. out the li 11 rI. tI n I *t the sea. elp but 'AOndir1'dxx guts (I be ; hi BK that bothered r tag.-in' rank 'iii wV&)tl 'appeti Lns 'ad 1t the I am sitting here thinking of the things I left behind, And I hate to Xxrite on paper what is running through mi\ mind; We have dug anti we've ot ground, And a meaner hell, I know But there is lation-gath tell; When we for we We have en for 1)eans \ehaxe cleared ten mile' place this side of is vet u nfoun m; one great consoer closely while I (lie wve'Ill done our go to hitch heaven i in heN-. built a hundred kitchthe cooks t' ohk our toot a latrines Mit washed a kits, .vi', e a nl x "". h a tun11t gat milli 'n (let! a Shoe>, Ha Appreciate But unt n tell: \\hen thit heaKVen fl \\hen uur I zt the shiiiing g. ' iid a (la It iL then wel ~ US In mI h 8 nijiio X &ID)EIC I a I ii, I' '~ At al Ar> it I iat I li.e -tr4 e lrthine i's th I'. OUr aryfV t Q. Al. i r I' X 101( Cards nS C nd Ar I,0 A URLA;GGIIS -'i n ts aii'ee it>tock of Sumn~~' Wai-ts See A. J. VIDA L het 'nlv thing that bothered about them leggy lads For I rugs, Stat ionerv ow in 'cli to get the ehowv Articles, Souvenir 4 feed their Kamerads. X' e lie Esnglish and the riih, I the 'owl ing Scott ics too, N H a nucks and A ustrilee-uns. I the 'airy French po']ii; lDry Goods, Notion-,, in Iv thing that bothered us We XVIII nt bother us no more. mnlv w v in 'eli we didn'tt lw the Yanks be fore. S. government baby bonds to call on the Cut-Price no infant mortality. W YORK RACKET 6 I a no ue dont our latch a ('orar sa-t i u -, o i 35

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LET US KEEP UP THE GOOD THE YANKS ON THE MARNE I am sitting here thinking ot utxheouwokntu WORK The pressure ot war turn from the national habit of waste and extravagance and go back to the thrifty and sturdy ways of our forefathers. We are in danger of forgetting the lesson forced upon us by the war. We complain of high prices. What are we personally doing to bring them down? Why the Need for Thrift? America borrowed in saving to secure funds on the war. There is way to pay the debt. X keep on producing; w~ continue the war on wv must cooperate with our muent inl Its elfort to mal a habit. Only by doin things can we hope to lish the balance betw~ amount ot money andI an goo s \hat is Thrift? The elements ol thi 08 'llitg, Saving, mI IX ing, conserving. Th] miserliness. 'Ihrift tion of progressp ward the highest we lazy man is thri ftv cv hcrnt a fortune. Noi m an is thrifty x ho (1( how to use what he P Ch rist set the e thrift in material thi recting his disciples to the fragments uft e pointed etween t iritual in the lawy unto Caesar they Caesar's and uni that are God's". emphasis in the he said, "What man if he gain and lose his owv 5tH rig A popular ditty sung by the Yanks in France: Oh, the English and the Irish and the 'owlin' Scotties too, The Canucks anti Austrilee-uns, and the 'airy French poinu; The only things that bothered us, a year before we knew, Was 'ow in 'eli the Yank'd look, an' wvat in 'eli they'd do. They 'adn't 'ad no tryin'; t didn't know the gime; They 'adn't never marche much ; their shooti n' was sime; An' the only thing that bother us that day in iawzat July \Was 'ow in 'ell the line'd 'ol they 4hul r1(1PLIn; w'. een tht The leg mount of LOI W\e COIL' In 'CII Azi' the ritt arn e n t IS nOt w'n ( iJIUntiYn: yes s Itfare. uti if he nd ast ro usnii't kn rod uces. xample ings by gather t Ut he hi or gy. IIES\ new 'tinS, acrocsst the sea: dln't help khut wonder t heir g ts'dl be ; Only thiin. that both aill our staggtrin' it I t inl I woul d kp the Lns 'l it I toNo mlowt diU', 2I\ AU 1. i, 3JJ&I lSiii XV CI the diie al first begun: 50(1)e the YIIUKS Zt-rtunni -( aX tUilmy, how the run But thu unly thing that bother-i us that seein the (hase begin i W as tv. in 'v to st r. emi woe thvey got intoi Berlin. They (lidnit' the bloody They 'adn' bu Oorax Butt .us W\as to manual Iear'ned( and he uniy thi about them feed their Oh, the Engl ish tactic no o S bt rder> em ng that bothered leggy lads to get the chow Kamerads. the things I I And I hate to what is runn mindi; We have dug and we've ot ground,. And a meaner hell, I know But there is lation-gath tell; When we die for we done a SI eft wri ing be te th hind, on paper rough my million trenche earedl ten miles place this side ot is vet unfound;i one great consoer closely while I .ve'll go to heaven Our hitch in hell. d it' We have built a hiind the ens for the cooks to beans, tretl W\e have stood a hu nd mounts andl cleaned l it latrmne>;. We've washed a mil hits, we've peeled I ist 0 Andwe ve rolle! a blanketss andI~ :tshcdl nk, don' wouXlI d IJe \Ver tI. flut \ &'N Hot War hzete, IQIXX [ dMe Iin hell. red kitchCOOK our red the i',' a mI guard c am I mles> Iill i 'jt {uit ouii it hiinIred nd made a d a nmilion ( out our done, (Ur pri 1 tell: \\hen they dit I heaven for tGt hitch in hel. When otr I I Ct "tap 12d. and( \\ layx tales, And uI do V( r OlP1aMt the shining gui Li XWhen the angels bi and their harns I Then we'll rU ia teen chucks and -s a day. It is then we'll hear us louly wh a ''Takc front petit, liti, for oy"e bin h in hell. uzi earth hQX \\ Ioe em t X Il I I I] i a' as id(I :n -tar> d us XX U egin u p1. miill iou St. Puttr """l Li nit ay. A SOl.IIEI'S l'R-A\ Ei t U .1 Umn ..li' Out I at her XX [B' ,I In Cs hI Oib We have kied a million hitch at t i~tried to take r ,naces thtat 1 C Ot>. \\'tshaken Pedets from SmLKS; We ye marched sand mile> a drjed camps, And we've pulle thorns from pants; See A. J. VIDALI For i)rugs, Stationery, Toilet Articles, Souvenir Cards Waterman's Pens c t i unLIy V thouhunactuii> a rmy utid the ]rish, tull , I Vi -1 e I e And im'g t he The Y) .\l. ( \ tI for 4\t< WI In .a Unc: 1W 1*1 ieI .111! 1 -i At the Engizieers, mr. A e A War Savings bank account with Eighty-three dying leave no S. is an estate. Let us make not pass on an the war debt to Stamp is Lncle Sam. percent of estate. A peo WV sure that we undue portion posterity. p1 aanl the 'owli ng Mu ties too, The (ianiucks and A ustrilee-tins. an(d the 'iryFrench poiu; eThe only thing that bothered us S. ,don't bother us no more. It's unly w'y in 'eli we didn't know the Yanks before. do of LU. have S. no I)ry Goods, Notions, We Will Shoe>, Appreci Hats and ( tnt ate Your 1iuVlICN b'urimsh-inv. and see its >tock of Summer Shoe-, and Waists made us stead of to early }nly o e Weo must. je must aste -x'e governke thrift ig these reestabCleverly h tinction b and the sp retort to he feast. it the dismaterial s masterly ,Render things that are to God the things But he put the right place when shall it profit a the whole world n soul?" J. WV. MKcLI & ('0. 1)1-tUGGISTS aaini and I rm(ii NEW YORK RACKET government baby bonds to call on the Cut-Price Store infant mortality. Skirts IT WILL PAY YOU But when our work on e.uib i: s' and Corner Last