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LET YOUR' BOY PLAY WITH DOLL
TEACH TO BE GOOD FATHER
Los Angeles. "Give your baby son
a doll to play with and cut bis chanc
es of ending up in the divorce courts.
"The inherent instincts of father
hood can be fostered the. same .in the
boy child as the" inherent instincts of
motherhood can be fostered in the
Mrs. Eugenia Hancock Prosser of
this city advocates these doctrines
and is planning to rear her 2 -year-old
son on the system.
"Give your boy a doll toplay with,"
she advises her best girl friends who
have little children to bring up. "It
will make him not only an admirable
son, but a good father some day."
FOUR TURK TROOPSHIPS SUNK
GRODNO FORTS CAPTURED
Pari3. British submarines sank
four Turkish transports at Dardan
elles, two off Gallipoli and two in Na
Berlin, via London. Outer forts of
Grodno have fallen before German
assault Capture of fortress believed
London. Three of crew of British
steamer Savona, sunk by German
submarine, missing. Seventeen others
Petrograd. Gen. Ivanoffs armies
have escaped latest "trap set by Aus-tro-Germans.
Fortress of Luzk has
been evacuated by Russians with
scarcely any loss in men or guns, and
the Slavs, falling back in direction of
Dubno fortress, have taken 10,000
Admitted here that complete evac
uation of Galician territory may be
necessary because of enemy's superi
ority' in men and shells, but present
retirement in Strypa region is being
accomplished with very light losses.
In the north Germans have drawn
nearer to Grodno. Russians main
tained positions at Friedrichstadt
Rome. Among Italian volunteers
at front are 19,320 priests, besides
745 priests who are serving as chap
lains. Many priests killed or wounded.
New York. That German subma
rine that sank Arabic was captured,
not sunk, by British warships, was
story brought here today by officer of
White Star liner Adriatic, who said
report was current in LiverpooL
Amsterdam. French aviator bom
barded barracks at Etterbeck, sub'
urb of Brussels. Reported many
German soldiers killed.
Pegoud Officially Dead
Paris. Report that Adolph Pfr
goud, famous aviator who first looped
the loop, has been killed in action of
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