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I II B T II LSA DAILY 1 1 .3 WOBLD, sr. DAY, SEPTEMBER l i 1 News From War -Torn Europe Written by Associated Press Reporters . ' ' Stories That Had to Come by Mail in Order to Escape the Watchful Censors' Eyes : REVISE SYSTEM OF GERMANY'S SCHOOLS War Tenches Lessons to In I MUST BE PRACTICAL' 01 i Ion r." Ui ii iiK GERMAN SOCIALISTS CLAIM BIG VICTORY Light Sentence of Heinrich Hnneke Shows Favor able Consideration, "INCITED SOLDIERS" hl ont lis for ishable enn ol Offense Niiu b lift EAT I Ini lot VEGETABLES AND LIVE LONGER tlon of tin-. pamphlet i" persuade thi working men r Qermany to agitate for peace, and In explaining libit i movement in favor of exercising pres sure on 1 1 . - Imperial government can be carried on with the help of the pre i and through meeting! ami pub in' demonstrations. "AH these methods of public agita tion have been declared to be Illegal by the in hi i,i rii, 1 1 ioir lasued in con m ' ii, ,n in, the Introduction "f mar tlal law .-it Hie outbreak of bottliltlei no thai to advoeate them constitutes the perpetration of .i serious crime, "Iioim I ni s Imperialists on the one hand and tii- working classes of Qermany on the other, unquestion- Mno Mc.niii , Terra. 1 ulati 'i i he pamphlet with ' full knowledge of Iti content! and f ii probable effect on' It! readers, so that he committed hi offenae deliberately MANY NOTABLES DIE FOR COONTRY'S SAKE noma extinct on i bo Cathi i. i ord lia ward n, whi the war, hM bean iui otwin. Captain Bui tae Ii serving in the wyptian Captain Lord Brabourm fi ii early In i ill I l.y Iiim ,i ir, who irmy. Hi! heir DOTCH NEW GUINEA AT LAST EXPLORED ii HJ l ii I'lng-Fuiig, t 1 1 1 mi t i in Minister o Wa.HllillKIOii, I'lchruti - 7 nil lllnhday, bis proposal! official of the srho hud tiiiin vii.it shouid i" i Ii n Prartlt al. I Even in "Subs" Tl icy Find Time for Journalism SI IIM IKIKK I IjOTIIiL IM III ISII Ml Kl V VKWSPAPEKS: I URIil Hill ITIIK w n II OPTIMISM; AM n I iti -II I'iiits mi s I vim niint Northland if survived by o a ion leas than two years old, who be- Julian Qrenfi I! oldest i on of Lord Desborougn of Olymple-gnnios fume. ; on of lun tirnt hers, U. W. Orcnfell, ii.is ;iis() been killed. t'upt.iin l.i.r.i Worsloy, eldest son J mill heir of the Karl of jTiirboroUgh. NOBLES IN TRENCHES Lord de Prej ne, klm man of Blr Several Titles' Will 1 Exl inel as i he Re of War. Naked Natives Attack Ex plorers With Crudely Made Weapi us, A PRIMITIVE PEOPLE Mi i v t ion 'ake Legislative to Provide for Successors. Associated Frtii). Tiic- casualty aae N"t i mplclc. i lllstor Important I loctor iti h 1 1 ti propoii .1 I ..a in only an optional il oi tin- British underwater craft pub- men compare f ivorahiy for br optimism with the trench newspapers oi i to. armies in i-Tance .The H iii- In i color of pale roses with the ex plana t ion: 'This month we should have reverted to our normal green, I'Ut us our readers will observe we have Mushed a delicate pink owing to the euloifiox shout i'fi upon us." following: "A laughable ineldcnt oc curred on board II M. s. Pandora a u--x days ago win n Lieutenant Pater- (Oorreipondesn of ihe i.i 'M it N, Sept 4 lists of the British army hae alread) .iiiti u nun- more tnan a year "f war, brought hundreds of changes In the British peerage. Many heirs of greal titles have fallen, and In num. i rons cases the next heir Is now in ihc trenches. Several notni.it. titles u-i.i become extinct as the result of iiif death of the iuie legal heir. rne cnanges wrought In the peer age by the death roll call Into prom inence the complications ind anom- ouei oi tin- taws of succession, umi it be taken to straighten out some of the kinks, whli b would wipe out mortals, or which would cause them to pass to some obscure leatlve with out tht shadow of a Just claim to en- Ai the law stands, succession is limited to direct male descendants, who m;t he .is far v moved from the lost holder or n tit),. a newspapers lot a paternal uncle. iauKhterH bine ' ' ho elaim whatever exi eot Uv mania I at t of the KitiK, as in the ease of Lord Robert of riio-i i Coin inueii i in Pago Three, OFFICE BOYS ARE NEEDED IN LONDON I id- an Basil) (Jet P . ill, .us English Offices m Twice Salary Usually Paid. L( In Eal Boots, Herbs Fish and Sleep ami Thai 's All Thev Do. (Cofitipoudtne! Of (fai Ailodtietl Tut). THE iiahi : Netherlands, Sept, 4. Reports of I'lil'li colonial ex pi - Millie Los Sept, i. -The miirtli. .'.htis.-tl office lioy has be. nine s.uch a scarce article In the London labor market thai advertisements in the lieiti Wauled enlumns now Offer wages two to three times those paid for the am class of help a yeal ago. A stock exchange firm laal week spent $::, in advertisements be-1 tore they go) an applicant that suited them, and "ii no day did they have more than two or three anailcsnts A year ago the ordinary office boy of 12 to 1 1 expei ted to start work at IL2S to 2 a week. Now he has lull,, ,litri....!t.. l .. i. .. i : .. ....... i u .k .' '"1U '"'of the island of Fapi I. ..oi to 5... f he In hrlshl Iia in, u i . ' " -a., ii.ni uuaiiee oi in inn piu moted to a plate as Junior clerk In a few weeks. The explanation, of course, is tho numerous vacancies caused every where by the enlistment of clerks and Office helpers In the army. Thou sands of openings for boys have also been oreated by the departure of 0 uer nun tnun posts on railwavs ami subways. Practically all the '"plat- t nrm llieti n 1 11. I n . 1 , , , '.,! The following is a list of some of hire now boys of 12 to 1 5 M&tiu ,r the conductors are little older. the more notable deaths of officers who were inns to peerage, and the tffeel their deaths will have on the Lord Wondover, who recently died of wounds, uas sole heir to the Mar quisate Of Lincolnshire, a title con terred on Lord Carrington in recogni tion of thirty years service to the state. There are five daughters, all married, bul thev have no claim errainins a party of eitner to the barony or the mar late Lieutenant Paler- quisate. ratlnir the blow necea-I CaDtain J. N. Biifus. onlv son nf the explosion of aiLord Stamfordham. nrlvats lacrotArv to King Qeorge. There Is no heir to the barony. Captain rami ,1 st sj -Thompson, stn and heir of Lord Knaresborough. He was unmarried and there Is no other heir, so thai the barony will be- explosion of a engaged in smiting hammer, when ted reason, he hit the shell exploded. Pandora possessi d in had no military l.olil in Galllnoll Peninsula. TDK DARDENELLE8, Sept. 4 (British eve witness.)- Qold has been discovered near the British position? on the Qalllpoli peninsula. A few days ago a squad of Australian I fore come in contact with white men unions witiei. havt re lentiy uom inany stories of remarkable feats of : si i ; led by a few Dutchmen as long tury. It comprises the greater part as. in the course of the map work, which was attended by great difficul ties and some lo.sa of life, all the members of the expedll ior,a; 1'orCS underwent severe privations and suf fered considerable sickness. Their lives were in danger from ho le na tives as they passed up unknown most impenetrable virgin bush or clambered hiBh mountains covered ascended by white men, Natives Wild Deer. Tho country was found to be fair'' thickly populated in some parts and the natives in the Interior wore among the must primitive In the world. Many of them had never be- troops was digging e i in exepei tatlon of tapping a spring, fine ohl miner went on digging !ong after the Others had given up hope of reach ing water When asked why the oh! minor replied: "Well, this bit of country Is Just like western Australia, nnd if thcro ain't any water there's sure to be gold." Sure enough his trained eyci soon after did discover gold among the sands, but not in paving quantities. and fled at their approach, mi that the explorers in some distance could not obtain data us to their CUstOlBl language, measurements or mode of living. Nearly all were found to be In their absolute naturcd state and without clot lung. The grown nun's noses were pierced with bamboo canes and it appeared that this was done with groat ceremony after a certain age had bet n stunned. Amid (Continued On Page Three ) i am lending you a 10 shillings, which I but you may hot BS pass tin censor." i tit of VI 1 so the fol- ! i 'Prime gninsl Fatherland." A PERFECTLY "BALANCEO" FLOUR b I'M WHICH CONTAINS THE .ltl WEST vMoi T (H IKIJIKMT IJj ITS MOST KAMM Ub.lM lltl I VOMt. "MAIN LINE t LQLlt Unki Lit.ni Wliicli Reductn the Labor ti '0 . -leai lilting ..naii-i Niuiition f,n I t a-1 HtolllHch I ii. 1 1. In Turkey You Must Do as the I Turks Decree SIX MONTHS IS .1 Ml, Is wil IT i:ii i:v 1MERICAN 1 M -n I It ' A ill i n i.l I I'OII A4COS1 -lc. WOMEN on THE STREET; M N OTHER HKA ERE PEN I -Ills ni; MINOR (ill UN Si IS, I LIGHT AS f A BUBBLE M. Mr in sutisl'.i you want ;i light, eet, wboleome bread, voull using t h i 'flour. ior mm Iff N .MM M I I I ' . . hi r , .111.1 Ii ISN'T KNACK THAT- makes the bread ;inl rolls L.ruo(l it's good Hour such ;1s "Main i ou can always counl 'ii turning oul the lightest, sweetest, pur esl bread ;ml rolls when vtiu use "Main tine" It i thr real quality flour. Try some the next time you bake. Four nearest grocer will supply you. Refuse suit st itutes, I I Phones I I EsHBHsMMBMHBMI i lor File) looking. Pies, takes, elc. Snow While" Pastry Flour Phones 43-4125 Oil EH HI - REmL'I TS 1 1ll si rrr rioi ii- m MADK is lust n rll REA-READ MILL & ELEVATOR CO. "Jusl Try One Sack dud You'll tomr Back Kor More" i N8TA NTINOPLE, Sept. .4 It a as hQ have lived In Turkey Ions .a fear or respect Turkish law ed ii in the past nritl fear it to because the abolition of the lions has made foreign ere nable to the Turkish law untl tS, and neither of them ale n to be tvifieti with As example of what Turkish mlH larj Ian is the following .should suf- TIh- liila) of the tiinelt entii rr cently, rontains tiiw laconlo account: j nonience or the commandant of Cot tntlnoph. The condemned; "Person named Serkis, censor In the postofflcs of Oalata, to three wars imprisonment and removal from office f,,r havlnjr nlistracted band notes from-letters gi el) htm to whip Thorn, Too, ucii itset, tailor at Knr.i (Continued On Page Three.) A RFAl. PATRIOTIC BURGLAR. THIS MAN I linl- (lotd in tin lltuw of a iioorn ne HI Official BBd Takes it to Otre t His Oooatnr. PARIS) Bept 4 - patriotic burg lar, who broke into the house of a government official a few taya ago, found that notwithstantllns the re cent reiiuesi that citizens turn nil their gold coins In the public trens- nr. this offl. i ll had I40H In snM In jhlssaft The burglar took the money aiiti icu i ne following note atlilrcsseil to his vlctlmi "Sir: 1 write v m as an ladttgagtl patriot. How dare v i keep one hun- areti ."-r.inc pieces In your posses sion when the country has need of all its goldl "I have lielpetl you to do your duty by takinit the money myself to the Hank of France. Naturally 1 h,i. ' tpl the notes given me in ex chang. , a rew.irtl fur my trouble. "Vours truly, " A Patriotic Uurglur." TULSA COUNTY FREE COUNTY FAIR In Connection With the OKLAHOMA DURBAR BEGINS AT TULSA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 13th A $25,000 FREE SHOW Cash prizes amounting to over $5,000 are being offered farmers merchants, . manufacturers, artists, teachers, etc., in the Tulsa' County Township and County Fairs. (Sre catalog at Doctor Earnheart's office or at M. & V. Bank care Secretary Graham.) Several big brass bands from all parts of Oklahoma. His torical, Flower, Agricultural and Industrial Parades One each day. Battle between aeroplane and fort at the fairgrounds each afternoon. Sensational aerial act by the Farretta Sisters, who were headliners at the World's Fair. Grand spectacular fireworks display the best ever shown in Tulsa Thursday night. Automobile Show, Animal Show, Agricultural Show. Manufac turing exhibits. FREE PUBLIC DANCING Allthis grand show is to be free to all people. Remember the opening date, Monday, September 19 Come prepared to stay the week. Something new each day.