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THE SEMI-WEEKLY TRIBUNE, NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA.
SALVAGE WORK ON SCUTTLED GERMAN FLEET K&M IMb 'HHIsLa View ot the tmlvngo work being done by tlio British on the war vessels which the German crews scuttled In Scnpt. Flow. AUSTRALIAN OARSMEN BEATING THE OXFORD CREW Australians winning the king's cup by several lengths In their ruco with Ofcford university during tho Hcnlo) regatta. PACIFIC FLEET GOBS SHARK FISHING FROM DESERT TO GOTHAM Those gobs of the I'uclllc tleet. which Is now on Us wtiy to tho I'acltte ocean, aro having lots of fun catching sharks. HUN PRISONERS BROUGHT TO AMERICA William Pester, who for 18 yenrs lived on the southern deserts of Cnll fornla, went to New York recently, prl marlly with tho Intention of teaching New Yorkers how to get along com fortnhly on $5 per week. Tho photo graph shows Pester with a guitar which ho mado from wood gathered around his desert home. Play Fair. How prone wo aro to communicate our blues, our worries to our friends. and what friends aro so conveniently In reach for this purposo as our nelch uors? In our somco-sccklnc there no "fair play." Wo want to oxehnnge gloom for brightness, discouragement for encouragement. Wo want to tukt another's time Just for ourselves, would Indeed bo a heartless world wo had not tho privilege of seeking light, sympathy, encourngement froir others In our trials, but how many pea pie uro there who regard the right privilege and not simply n rlcht. does tho Importunate neighbor. People who regard It a prlvllego will seldom abuse tho right. ANNAPOLIS MIDDIES INSPECT PANAMA CANAL Midshipmen from Annapolis naval academy Inspecting the locks of the Panama cannl. One thousand two hun dred of them were carried there from Cuba on six battleships. IDLE WORKMEN PARADING IN BUDAPEST iimi ii hi uiwmm mwm ii vjsH x ov 4h Mmm&m jbv m. E3fcsvrara.itt&?r i :..vVlV,-.;'.,i;ftrrn7w;WrtWIVi"-i?':,rv- One of the huge purades of Idle workmen that mark tho rulo of tho commu ulsls In Budupest, the capital of Hun gary. WALKED ACROSS CONTINENT f M I Mil IUJ 'UHBBHi S'J 1 BRITISH AIRSHIP PREPARING TO FLY TO INDIA The R-33, sister ship to tho It-3-1 which recently mado the flight to tho United States and back to England, Is reported to bo making preparations for a flight to India. The photograph shows drums being hoisted aboard tho H-33 prior to tho airship's 31-hour trip over tho British Isles. Insert Is a portrait of Oapf. M. G. Thomas, her commander. FOOD FOR TURKS ARRIVING ON CAMELS Mrs. J. M. Frnnklyn, twenty-eight years old, a graduate of tho IJcllevue Hospital Training School for Nurses who won a prize of $2,000 by walking across tho continent from Seattle Wash., to New York. She was not per mltted to accept a ride unless asked twice Tho trip cost her only $28. Alfred Scholz (loft) and Alwln Grothe, tlrst German prisoners to arrive In thin country. They were turned over to tho director of military Intelligence, Grent mystery surrounds those men, and why they wore brought here Is un known. Scholz Is nn Infantryman, who .was captured at St. Mlhlel September 2. 1018. whllo Grotbo was shot down from the skies In tho Argonno In October, 1018. Wldow-Burnlng Shrine. In all trio wonderful Holy city o llenares, on tho Ganges, there Is nc more Interesting relic than tho enrveq stouo or shrine ot "Suttee," where thq widows of dead men wero for 2,000 years burned nllve on tho bodies ot their lords and masters. Strange to say, the horrible practlco had tho com plete approval ot tho woiyen concerned, and until n quite recent date tho pass ing awny of a rich Hindu brought sen tenco of an awful deuth to his entire zenana or harem. Change In Japan's Trade. Japan's exports for tho first throi months of 1010 wero vnlued nt $187. 372,000 and her Imports nt $239,599, 000, showing nn adverse balance of $52,227,000. Tho adverse trend that has been maintained slnco the begin ning of this year Is taken as an Indi cation thnt Japan's business Is losing tho war impetus nnd Is going to run in Its normal groove, states Japan Adver tiser. Tho War Idea. Former Smith was painting his barn battleship gray, and every so far ho would mark off n fako window and smear black stripes down it. "Aro you crazy, Jim?" asked a neigh bor, "what you dulng that fori" "Cnmmyfla'ge," was the prompt nn swer "at ft distance of fifty foot, tramps will think It's th' county Jail. Ilelleve mo, I'm larnln' something now from th' -war every day." Under the direction of a French olllccr this camel transport, carrying load after lead of wheat and grain. Is being brought Into Constantinople, whero the food riots aro reported to havo taken on a serious aspect. BRIEFS In Japan Individuals own only tho surface of the ground and Its products, all mineral deposits being government property. Ono of tho largest nnd most cumber some forms of money Is found I tp cen tral Africa, where tho natives use u cruciform Ingot of copper oro more than 10 Inches long. A recently Invented textile for un dergarments stretches lengthwise, but not across the weave of tho material. A clergyman Is tho inventor of a light bar to be held against tho upper Hps by clamps fastened In the nostrils to prevent snoring. A Frenchman- claims to have Invent ed an electric curling device for worn en's hair so effective tho hair retains Its shapo for months.