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St Johns Daily Star_GS (Newspaper) - July 25, 1918, St Johns, Newfoundland TODY ABOUT PEOPLED A CYCLE J gIR FRANK BOWDER employes Nottingham have presented him with his portrait to mark his birth signalized the occasion by gifts of to tne local hospital and to the Salvation Frank Bowden is one of Bri kings of being founder and sole owner with his only of the Raleigh Cycle since the war has been engaged in making The English Cycle King started his business career at an early age as junior but he was earn ing a year when he was only QUITE THE following is one of the stories i regard to Augustine who famous for his When lie was at the Bar he took up a poor case for and when it had been won the grateful man sent him the sum of which was accepted in order not to give a colleague re him for his unprofessional conduct in taking said I took all the poor beggar and I dont consider that un HARD TO fIELD MARSHAL LORD ME l the governor of told an amusing story recently of a Australian in a hospital fell in love with his Mal tese and eventually married Presently letters of congratulation began to pour in upon the bride from her husbands friends and and most of them the same ad in referring to calling him a model Curious to leam the exact mean ing of the she consulted an English and discovered was a small imitation of the real Some time ago The Star referred to the pile of sods near the Govern ment House suggested that they removed if for no other rea son than to save the They are still The rails along the Mall are in need of repair and should be attended to or does business mas ter you Does it insist on home and to bed worrying you day and until you are on the verge of nervous col lapse weeks use of Chases Food will do wonders for any business man or business woman whose nervous system has failed to stand the It back to ASSURANCE COMPA Of Oil Total Property in the In sored by this company tt tcsi Bonable Mens Custom Tailoring i in all its See our Young New York uptos late methods in cleaning and A TRIAL ORDER j I I ih I Second Fiat Sheas Attention Given to THE Outbursts of Everett Condo 71 zt p TO t CLARK In the midst of his war Sir Thomas Lipton is preparing for the of He has Shamrock IV in New York ship will for the Americas cup rases as soon as eager that Chicago sailors resented on boat in tlie effort to lift the cup from New So he has Sheldon one of the best known yachtsmen and a to sail oa Our Greatest i Asset By FRANK CRANE by Frank THE greatest asset of any nation is not its material It is not its army or its navy or its trade and It is the of the As the children are or un wisely so will the nation wax j or wane in For the children of today are themselves the nation of We have to appreciate this fully appre it did we should allow thousands of our children to grow up in the ing grime and gloom and gruesome ness of our city We should not tolerate the exploit ation of child labor by greedy em avid the dollar but in different to human life and national We should insist on social read that give ALL parents and means to bestow on their children the enlightened care which efficient childrearing And we should see to it that all parents devote more intelligent thought to childrearing than parents now Humanity cries aloud in behalf of the So does common Our teeming and hospitals for the insane are and numerous monuments our wastefulness our greatest j I Their inmates once were in the main were children with all the possibilities of successful and happy manhood and No inexorable fate drove them to their doom of vicious Parental par ental even parental cruelty there rests the And back of the culpable parents stands itself still more inj that it a upbringing in die decisive days of j Our hearts today are rightly fixed on the great struggle to save Europe and ourselves from the men ace of This great day of libertys anniversary we have consecrated ourselves anew to and do for universal But wei can defeat the Hun and still perish as a nation if arrogantly we shut our eyes to our own Our treatment of pur children has been a real defect and a vital to be much by denying Frankly we must begin corrective I And we must begin it lest if we linger we perchance be too PET WOOD OF THE AVIATORS Yafee for Airplane Hakes it Very The tree in the world today is undoubtedly the humble or silver which is found growing the million in the forests of British A few months this tree was almost despised valued by the lumbermen at a pound or two a Today it is the most sought after of all the woods in die world by reason of its being the only timber that meets all the exacting and peculiar demands of the aeroplane As a has increased fiftyfold and oar success in air will depend largely upon how fast we can cut trees and con vert die wood into The finest grades are those to be found on Queen Charlotte Islands and the neighboring mainland British It is the only part of the tree Speeding the Axe What makes the tree so valuable for aeroplanes is the fact that il grows sa with only est shooting upto an ayer age height of 150 with an aver age diameter of 48 The long a flying run from 16 feet to 35 and naturally must be in one Then this wood has the added value of being extraordinarily fine of long though weighing only 25 pound to the foot It does not or The imperial w feet of This the forest of British loaded into flying machines in lhe factories of eastern and also ia the DOING JUS EEC doing their in the war as messengers brown Bhown Jin his feeling by playing tto Bag in hia or tbe bird got flag i Is but it is carefully entwined tn tne sticks aaff grass nn the Why not all be as tayal to tla In the forests of British Columbia thousands 1 of donkey halfadozen railways are to speed up to keep pace with die manuf When finally machine is six shil a only about Only the about final 5Here of fet of is to build k single aero n 1TIVELY S of
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