Sing a song of War N-"ws • Hear the newsies cry Foiir-nud-1 went j oxIt:i« While you wink y r.ir t ye! Wh-n ill.- crisis opens, The- start to whirr. Telling of the things that do And things that don’t occur. CotTCsponderii.s at the front Are sending in their tales. Writers ut their .T-ks invent Sensational detail-!. Editor in his sanctum Is analv-siiig what Would happen if Ik- awful f,;-m Were sciwvi lint as tc, - To n..t. ‘Tsar Has F-om-thiag IT UK SI- eve.’ ‘Kaiser’c. ’Milking Faces.’ ‘Parliament Engaged n ’G-tik.’ ‘ French <ln T-i;;:i.di T he:r i’;,' - • Aviator Drop- a. Bomb.' Quick! Lead it while it’s t.oiy ! Before n later ectr,-. tells A wh'dlv different story. -—‘Life,’ New Y ad:.
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WAR NEWS., Evening Star, Issue 15637, 30 October 1914
WAR NEWS. Evening Star, Issue 15637, 30 October 1914
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