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T 11 K TUL S A D A I I. V W ORLD, SUNDAY, 8 K P T E M B !: R 5. 101 r
T H It B h HOW WOULD LIFE AS CHINAMAN BE? WORLD SERIES HERO IS NO LONGER A SMILING r .., In China Father Is the Head and Absolute Ruler of I tome. CHILDREN ARE SLAVES Suns ;iik1 Daughters Must beam Lladianl of Sun- All the Time. 1 S Ml May Send Us Back Turret From Maine BIBLE STUDENTS READY TO FIGHT FOR THE U S. I H s ni n l l VMMI N I TCM C'H I III IK I'l HSi l lHO VIDE MM MI N I VOn s Mli oils U I l I 1 N II M i l l Mill' ft "Y" BUYS IN "GYM" SUITS FOR PARADE (Corretpoodence of i K. Mioelstfd Pms), PEKING, Aug, 10, The Peking Qa sette files the fallowing interesting description of famil) life in China, commenting thai these condition an fuat ohsnglns ai a rcsuli of the ab sorption oj foreign Ideas, "The Chinese family In it old faahloned organism is a small king dom with the head jf the family as I in' king and ruler of all under his roof, Except far the law of the coun try, his words are law, in certain i uses ihr word of the family chief is iu'ii greater than the law of the country. The absolute power of con trol and punlahmenl of the fathei over his suns and daughters, the lat ter beforo their marriage, and the former even after their marriage, is universal throughout the land, A proverb suys: 'If a king wishes his subject tu die, he must die; if a father wishes his son to bo destroyed, he must iif destroyed.1 Such is the se verity "f thr family law, A typical case of this sorl came under the no tice of the writer come ten years ago, i ven In Buch a modern city as Shanghai, Wanted u Ho n Christian, "A i ertaln U taml'y had only oni smi betweon two brothers, and natur ally he wus considered the pearl ol l hi house, At the age of 16 the boy was sent to a mission school to study an I In duo course in- decided to bc- , a Christian, This was strongly opposed tu by the whole family, os (locinllj the grandfather, But at firsi thej Bmllod at the carefully advanced hint bj the boy, believing that he would nover dare malt such a , hange They Were mistaken, for th bo not long after announced thai he had applied far baptism at the mis sion, i m i made it i aln to his parents that unless their consent was secured lie could not be baptised. This so aroused his parents that they shut him up In a small room, and far feai that he would escape took everj par ticle in decent clothing from hini anil clothed him in old rags. Un daunted the boy crept through a win dow ami Interviewed the missionary, who, of course, counselled him in be patient ami told him to return horm to be an 'obe'dient sun'. The boy took the advice, but not until ho had sc i ured a lot of Ihrlst Ian literature, w hich he said he would road and dis tribute among bis re'atlves at his na tive place, to which his parents bad threatened to send htm If ha refused to give up his new faith, Finally the In y was sent i" ins country home In Nlngpo to receive disciplinary lea mii i" counteract the Christian doc trine. The boy promised to write after his arrival at his native place, but no word has come since, A.1 l hough no one will ever know whal t. 1 1 ,f Masons the boy received at Did hands Of his family elders, it could not have been easy, far ii was the custom of the Ningi Idere even to bury people a'lve far crimes un punishable by stale law. This, of course "as an exceptional ease, hut aui It exceptions were not by anj means rare. The) All Obey. "On the other hand it must not he Imagined thai the sons and daughters ,,r a family live under anything like conditions of slavery; for if the father feels it his duty to look after every iN-lail of his family affairs ami se es to it that every member of the house obeys his words, the sons and daugh ters icei equally duty-bound to please and obey his instructions without any feeling of discontent or painful effort "The plain principle of living be tween father and son Is, therefore, this: The father should see tu the needs of his family, sons, daughter! and all. direct what they should do and how they should art, decide how they should he trained and taught, whom to marry or Wed, what profes sions, if sons, to adopt, see that they an- obedient and happy, ami decide what to do In case of disobedience or Insubordination, For the son as well us t he d lughter it is a duty to be obi dli m ind good-humored under all Circumstances ami do what he or she can to make the parents as well as the whole family happy; the son is nut to decide anything without the previous consi nt of his father or other elderly member of the household, ami. BS ConfUClUS lias said, is 'not to go t, .1 far away from home while his father Is still livings and if he does 10 give 'h'' r.anie of the locality to winch he Journeys,1 The sacrifice of self Ii absolutely necessary for a duti ful Ron, ConfUClU says. 'While the father is living, look at his ambition; when his father Is- dead, look at his ileds.' As to tin dttty of a son after Ins father's death, the sage says. A man may he called filial if he does not depart from the principle his late father lias laid dow n f,,r three years' (aftl i the death of the latter). Modlfll ,1 sonic Now. "The prim IpltS summarized above call he accepted is npical of a truly Chinese home, although In middle and Mini life it is modified to gome ex tent The modification, however, Is due more to peculiar conditions of life 'han to lack of principle; for II is obvious that when every member of the house has to dO the hist he can in the struggle for a living there is very tittle room for elaborate applica tion f Confucian principles, one principal, however, is universal: that Is, the father Is supreme in ns hOUM and the sou must yield unswerving obedience." ANOTHER STORM HITS SOUTH COAST ISLANDS CHARLES ALBERT BENDER, This smile has faded. Charles Al bert Bender, the grim Chippewa chief, and one-time pitcher fur tin Phila delphia Athletics in the halcyon days when the team was winning world's m ties, has none the Wav of all fading stars. Tim Baltimore club of the Fed era! league has tendered the Redskin Ms unconditional release, i.as fail Bender completed his twelfth season in major league hill and he pitched his last game fur the Athletics In the first of the world's series contests with the Boston Braves, Last November Mark asked far waivers on Bender, inn the Federal league magnates finally signed the In dian un December 6. This season he has shown hut little of his old-time pitching craft and he lias been let out by Manager Knalie only after he himself admitted that he was no longer capable of baffling the oppi sing batsmen. Bender learned his baseball a! the Carlls'e Indian school, entering that institution In 1900, During the sum mers he worked on a farm in Law rencevllle ami pitched far the Lawrencevllle team, in 1942 he was signed by the Hurrlsburg team where Connie Mark discovered him and brought him to the Athletics the fol lowing season. 1910 was his best year. BERNICE ROBBERS MAY BE IN TOILS HAVANA, Sept. t, The greater part of four years has elapsed since I the American congress pi ntod lo the Cuban government ihe alter tur ret and guns of Ihe old buttleehip Maine, which was sunk 'n Havun'l Since th, gift dork, where the) were pared when I, request the Cuban government to re turn the turret ami gnus far shipment to the l 'nit i, States, Cuba having shown no disposition to erect the me morial he; ond selecting the site on Which lite' was bUltt a stadium which was ntended to b used far the .less VVillard-Jack Johnson prize light. in December, 1918, a Havana dis patch said a movement wus on foot to erect a provisional monument in Ihe yard of Punta Custle, at the en trance to the harbor, In commemora tion of the Main, disaster, and mi it the turret and guns of Ihe Maine were lo he placed. Later, when Ihe con dition of the public treasury .war ranted, it was said, a spiemiid monu ment would la' raised. Entitled "Who Wouldn't Have Shot" or " Play in Your Own Back Yard" Two Suspects rrcatcd at Conan- I race Has Hern Found of Moien Money, Bperlsl tu Th World. AFTON, Sept. 8. TWO of the men suspected of robbing the Bernlci lank ha'.i In en arrested at Cop. in, Okln., by the sheriff of Dataware county. One, Arch Ballard, is a h cal man. having former!) lived at Bernica, The other gave his name as Itud Dlckerson and lives in the Copan neighborhood. Seventy dollars was found on Ballard, but there was no trace bf any mote money, though about (1.400 was taken from the Ber nlce hank The officers are positive that they have the light man in Hal lard though they have some doubt as I,, Dlckerson I N 5 British Steamer sunk. LONDON, Sept 8. -(9:40 p. m.) The British steamer Ch'urston has beon sunk. The crew was landed. Available shipping contain the name i Ihurston. irds do not a steamer Motor Bandits idd, Bank NORTH YAKIMA, Sept. 8. Two masked robbers held up the Belah Stale hank late today, obtaining $1,850 In currency and silver, locked the cashier in the vault and escaped in an ii utomohilc. CLAD AS BOY SHE IS TOURING THE COUNTRY MISSION, Texas, Si pt. 3 The hand ol twelve wrll-ari I Mex icans which crossed into Texas lau last night and robbed two Mexican stores at Jo de Amis, a little town on the i:io Qrande seven miles southeast of this city, escaped hack into Mi xico with $300 a lot of merchandise and several horses and mules. A detachment of United Slates cav alry which was sent to the scene of trouble arrived just in lime lo see the last boat containing the hand land on Mexican soil. When safely across the river, Ihe Mexicans shouted jeers at the American soldiers ami dared them io shoot. Mexicans Release Vmcrleans. 1 mi l'(i LAS. Ariz.. Sept. 3. A. N. Harnett of Douglas and Clarence Sul livan of Denver, arrested as spies while looking over the Carransa de fenses at AgUB .Prleta, were released today. Lieutenant Colonel Agierre and Major BIOCK of the Agua Prleta gar rison were charged with attemptod kidnaping In a warrant issued in a justice court here today, i''. Mactas, a farmer Carransa artilleryman, told American officials that the two men entl 1 him from a Douglaa hotel and tried to run him across the line an It; automobile in order to have lilm shot. SOME EXCELLENT PEACE ARGUMENTS ANTHONY DVEXEL BIODW PHILADELPHIA, Sept. ::. An- Ithonv .1. Drexel Middle and the di rectors ,,f the Drexel-Blddle Bible classes, of which there ate eighty thousand members in thirty stales in the union, ale preparing plans to en roll the Bibie students into a military organisation ami tram them, The idea, according to .Mr. Riddle, father ol Un- movement, is to form a military organization tor peace pur poses rat her I ha n for vv ar. Thousands of the fallowing pledges have I n s, nt to tin churches "line "We, ihe undersigned, air American citizens. VVe promise our Clod to pro tect Ihr flag and thr honor of the United si. ii' s of America w Ith our lives." More than two thousand signatures have already been obtained by Mr. Blddle and he said that fully ten thou sand more were in the hands of other dlr ctors. le lliiiuliTil Youths Yi Kxeeute I hills in I Mir bar Event. The Young Men's Christian USSilcta - tlon will have a squad ol one hundred m ihr industrial parade "t ihr Durbat ill i ii. light ' rade, the spectacle of a hundrod am formly dressed hoys iii various exer cises should prove a lug hit with the spectators and II will give them an idea of how Ihr classes III Ihr llrW building an- i onduoted, II s i i k l I l llltl KS HIP Thirtcvn-Yenr-Olil Hot lladl) Injured in Tumble Down slack. Spin-Ill in 'ill.' World AFTON, Sept. :i Loren Hudspeth, the 18-yoar-old son of Mrs .1. A. Hud speth, who lives two miles north of Alton, sustained a vrrv had fracture of one of his hips from a fall oft u haystack. Young Hudspeth was play ing on Ho haystack ami rolled down and says that he struck something hard in the slack that broke his hip, though nothing besides hay was found In thr stack. 10 MORE BODIES ARE FOUND IN THE F 4 I" ),.y-t -7" i Knox .fTTT ti Crowded in the Engine t: No Main ill One Conipurttiiclil Mil) (ilVC Clue lo sinking SUES FOR $30,000 Hour) Hubbard Institutes IgnliiMl tlio Frisco Road. ci ii in Const Defense Batteries nt Fori Tottcn Make Perfect Scores at Target Practice, 1 NEW STORK, Sept. S, A perfect score was made, it was semi-officially announced today, in the firing of 12 shots from the ll'-inch mortars at Fort Tottcn at a moving target be tween five thousand and seven thou sand yards distant. The target, a 12 foot square of canvas, represented a battleship moving dlagonlcally across the line of fire. Six trial shots were made after which six salvos of two mortars each were fired. The observers reported that some of the 1,046-pound projectiles had torn through the small square of can vas, while all the others were so close as to he recorded as hits. Lieut. Robert M. Campbell, in charge of the firing, and Lieut. John Halrd. range officer, were congratulated by the numerous .army and navy observers present. iii Chicago, I lelegati from Peace Mooting CHICAGO. Sent. :i i various Halts of the country hegnn ar riving In Chicago today to make final plans for the national convention the Friends of I'' ace w hich Uled to open sessions of two duration here Sunday. Shortly after reaching Chi from the east, J, Ii. Walker of the organization, former long a peace advocate, declared the statements attributed t I !. ,, irfl to the ,.f frrt ttlA ", of the Friends of Peace had attempt! Jo financially orrupt a large numb 'of representative men among labor." A letter appealing directly to draw drawn up hy Mr. Walker urging unionists to join In the protest against militarism. MME. DE WIART TO BE RELEASED FROM JAIL of Is sched- da ' eago president litor and false Samuel mlssarica d r union labor Bpscisl In 'I'l'" World. ai-'T' i, Sept. :: Henry Hubbard, who was hurt July 21 hy being thrown from an automobile struck by a Frisoo train White crossing the railroad's tracks at Rlverton, Kan.. has filed suit for $80,000 damages. Mr. Hubbard has been in tin- hospital for over six weeks and Is the soil of ,1. .1. Hubbard, a pioneer of this part of the state. Mr. Hubbard alleges that while crossing the defendant's tracks through fliverton, Kan., duly 21, in ;.n automobile, the vehicle was struck by a Frisco train, and ho was hurled out ami badly Injured, He allege.-, that the train could not he ;rrn until one is right on the tracks, on account of hpuses, and a'so that the engineer failed lo blow his whistle and give any warning. AFTOJi A Hit. FREIGHT POINT, Frisco Planning to I'm In Extra Truekf to Handle Business. Bpaclal I" The World. AFTON, Sept, 8. On ac ml of the increased freight traffic through this point the Frisco railroad has been Obliged to make plans for the putting iii of two ne wtracka, Afton is now a freight division point anil handles about 1,400 freight cars a day. m good authority it Is learned that the Frisco will start work very rhort'.y on these tracks, the hlue prlnts and plans having already been made and approved, WIFE ATTACKED HIM AND HE SHOT HER FIVE TIMES HON "LULU, Sept, 3. Ton more I'odies were found in the hull of tin United suites submarine F-i today, crowded in the engine room vv In n a hole Was rill through llle steel plates to if fact a ii entrance 1 tne bod) w as Identified as that ol Ivan L. Mali. in, machinist's mate of Lima, i Ihlo. Members of thr naval hoard of n Julry declined to discuss ihr question of whether ihr finding of so many bodies n ihr compartment Indicated thr nature of the accident which caused the vessel to sink In Honolulu hay Man h 2fi -with 22 officers and men aboard, it was suggested by some of those working on the submarine that an ex plosion elsewhere in Ihe vcssrl caused the men to seek refuge in Ihe engine room, So far lit bodies have been taken from the hold of the submarine, Others, many in a fragmentary state and badly decomposed have boon lo cated, covered with wreckage of tin Intet lor ENGLAND AND FRANCE TALK NEUTRAL TRADE WASHINGTON, Sept .'I Confer ences now in progress between Great Britain and France over thr general subject of trade out of neutral Euro pean poris are expected to result in a definite a nnoii nrrment of conditions under which (inai Britain will au thorize relaxations of its orders In council to permit the shipment of German or Austrian-made goods to the United states. a statement issued tonight hy the state department revealed that Am bassador Cage at Loudon had been informed of these conferences ami told that an answer might be ex pected at u later date to his informal Inquiry as to whal treatment would he accorded applications for Ship ment permits made through the de partment's foreign trade advisers as unofficial representatives of Amer icans owning millions of dollars worth of merchandise now held hy at Rotterdam. DR. NORTON FINDS NEW DYE PROCESS HAVRE, Sept. I. ill :.'.3 p. m.) The Helgian government has been officially informed that In deference lo the wish expressed hy the king of Spain. Mine. Carton de Wiart. Wife of the Helgian minister of justice, will he released from prison tomor row hut will not he allowed to re turn to Belgium. Her husband has gone to Switzerland to meet her. WASHINGTON Sept ; Tn hur ricane that blew op from the West Indies ycsteiduy was OCUtartd to night over the eastern part of ih gulf of Mexico, it probably will strike inland at si me paint on the west Kioriu.i OOOS!, gCCOrdthl to weather bureau official who say It apparently will no' covet an xten Slve area and will diminish In In tensity m It mcves In from Ih'- sea. A second troploaJ Storin, active In the vicinity of Bermuda, prvl ably w ill move noHl-.at ipend Its force on Utt tttoaiU J i VIOLA CTEVCNS s-.s YORK, Sept. 8. -Wide arch Is being made for l.'i-year-.dd Viola Sl'-vens, who dlsappeaied from her iKronkl.vn home at the same time h'-r schoolboy sweetheart. M ix Goodman, vanished. A letter from the boy In Jersey Indicates the COltpla are travel ing west by freight. The girl. It jvas found, cropped Mr hair and dressed In hoy's clothitu after leaving home The two hoys found wandering ahoiit at Lake Slal'opac. thought to be the Goodman boy and the Stevens gift, proved t" be two schoolboys from Brldi' i 1 1 Mine., de Wiart was arrested In Belgium by the Germans late in May and sentenced to three months im prisonment for corresponding with her husband. It was stated late,- that she had born taken from Belgium and placed in prison in Merlin. Ti Rebuild auseway, PALLAS, Sept. I. Thai the tial- vrs,,,n causeway, which was rendered useless In the recent Bfbrm, will he bttllt stronger than ever, was the an nouncement made here tonight by I''. ; Pettlbone, vice-president ami gen eral manager of the. Gulf, Colorado K- Santa Ke railway one of the prin cipal lines entering Galveston, NEW yORK, Sept. I, Thr dis covery of a process by which dvc. tuffs materials can be, manufactured from crude Ami, jean products was announced here tonight by Dr Thomas II. Norton of the department of com mi rce after a series nt con ferences with representatives 'of , corporation hy which the process is controlled. Doctor .Norton declared the pr ss probably would solve the problem confronting- American man ufacturers who are unable lo obtain supplies from Germany during war times It wtll he on Ihe market within two weeks. Wil l, MM. ( IHT(l hi; hi POMKD7 t.ernian " I Serbia's Reptj Iteody. LONDON, Sept, t, -(11:41 p. m.) A lienier dtapab from Nlsh says It Is semi-officially announced in the Serbian capital that Serbia's reply to thedemands of the quadruple entente powers has been drafted and will be presented at an early date. NEW VORK. Sept. :i. "My wife and 1 quarrelled, she grabbed a hat pin and threatened to jab me with it. i managed to pacify her partially and she paced up and down the of I floe raving Then she seised the re volver mi my desk and threatened to .shoot me. I seized her and we Strug uled hack and forth until I got it away from her and that finished It," aid Samuel I.eitner, private detective, In confessing 'o shooting his wife in his office at Fast Kighlh street. He admitted firing the five shots .that killed his wife to Coroner Israel I Felrberg, after his story of two men in grav caps breaking in his office and shooting the woman w is broken down. Domestic unhapplneSS was given as the cause of the qaurrel. In 'mixta Ma Produce a Substitute Fiber. All the German endeavors to find substitute for cotton may appeal ridiculous to us who have I n brought up with the idea that "cotton Is king" and that We ale destined fal all time to supply this fiber to th rjvllised world. The farmers who cultivated the madder root and the planters who raised indigo were also InC Ined to Jest when they were apprised of tin fact that Gorman chemists had suc ceeded In reproducing In the labora tories the dyes which their crops fur nlahed, Hut when the manufactured materials drove the natural products from the markets.and left the farmers and planters without a Job, hilarity leased may repeal Itself, and Wll alid nettle or some other raised on German soil may in the near future threaten th SU- I remacy of King Cotton, The Ger man chemist has a duty to perform, and with his perseverance and appli cation he does not shrink from any problem, however difficult it might appear to outsiders, Review of Reviews Hlstor) low hill k substitute THE TEXAS FRAUD CASE IS EXTENDED CORPUS CIIIUSTI, Ti x.is, Sept. 3. tin the eve of the first lei;;,! iMttle III connection with the indictment n the federal court of 4i local politicians on election fraud charges It becami known tonight that the government will carry Its Investigation of election conduct Into DuVol county, west of here and that leaders In control of the politics will be involved tu yruud jurj Va' ' ,i,i,, E(Jwin , Clapp ) Shoe v J Our Showing of Men's and Young Men's FALL SUITS C2 1 A -ll 1 B VJTOLSF' II $ "-mem 1 ( n n IF This store 1 1 ; 1 s just ourned the rep- ; J utatioii nf senilis ic lines! tflotUea Wm sold in Tulsa. The ) I new styles wc ;ir' I showing this fall .L';ini will i a good ways 'M streiitrthemnir i hat reputation. t'V, c vniiiio' men -J wliu lil-.c to wear ..m c new si lea early ' 13 arc already show- Ikl iiiu; a keen interest jlKjij ill these suits. We A I want vim tu sec Ir,' iciii even if not ;: et readv to buy. I It i.i style and super!) values at every Jil'lt't'. $15 to $40 -1 TI 1 fKtL,,,. Jl 1 1 rv 1 . r D KHF FAMOUS Sale Positively Opens This Morning at 8:45 The store has been closed for two days to get the stock in readiness for this great event. As Low Prices Have Never Been Made Shoes Jfats, Dry Goods, Clothing and Millinery All to be closed out at this great Famous Sale Be on Hand at 8:45 and Get Your Share The Famous 18 WEST 1st ST. TULSA, OKLA. bearinsjs, A batters ol eminent T sa attorneys tomorrow will attack the validity of the present Indictment of 4i on a Rutnbei ol tschnioal grounds The h sarins war be hold In the morn mi under pies in abatement, if the preliminary right tomorrow results in the i ourt sustaining the in dictment the trial of the it deli ndants vill begin Monday morning ind iiob Sbl) will 'a.st inonth. If the defend ant' attorneys win their fight ug.unst the Indictment S new one will have to be presented ami acted upon ty the grand Jury. In the event thut the c. art st. -tain-, the pica that the grand jury has no legal standing the Im mediate future of the cases routd not be forecast other thun to as tut a postponement for a time of the trial.