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THE SUNDAY iSKK: OMAHA. AUGUST 27. 1921.
Given at Church
to Be Broadcast
Musical Program by Choir o
125 Will Cloe Convention
of DUtrict Lutber
Pennsylvania Miners Grimly Faced
Privation to Hold Out During Strike
Tht sacrr'd oratorio. "Emmanuel
to ba aunt- Lv Ui voicti it Our
btviuft Lutheran church, Thirtieth
and Uard etreets, at tonight, Mill
be broadcast by The) Omsha lire
throuah th Omihi Grain fcschange,
A aoerlal reble hat btrn Installed
Irom the church to the grain r
change. The munc will be aroplt-
iid at the sending station,
Th oratorio will bt the final
event of the convention til the Oina
la district Young .'cople't Luther
1 hi morninr Professor Hove of
Minneapolis will preach at the
church. Thii afternoon there will
be an addreia by Kt. Kev, N. Hoe
of Smou FalU, !. v., and papers will
be read by John Hlaalie and Andrew
. Turmo. both of ftradish. Neb.
Delegates and Omaha friends held
a tiicmc in tlmwood park last eve
muff, preceded by an automobile tour
ol the city.
. At yesterday afternoons session
of the convention papers were read
by Anna Johnson of Newman Grove,
Neb . Rev. N. T. Elland ol Eureka,
Kan.; Carl Tisthimmer of Newman
firove, Neb. The discussion was
W by Rev. G. H. Hiortholm of
Last night Fred Boien of Omaha
read paper and the discussion was
led by K. . Keinertsrn of Kennard.
Neb. Victor Petersen of Omaha
read paper which was followed by
discussion led by Key. K. I'lvil-
den of Omaha.
Station WAAW Has
New Generator Increase; Ra
diating Range of Grain
; Exchange Plant. .
With the installation of a new
generator in the Omaha Grain Ex
change station WAAW, the radiating
range of broadcasting stock and
market reports and concerts has been
increased one ampere.
The new generator is of the 1,000'
watt and 1,000-volt type and in
creases the efficiency and sharpness
of the set so that radio fans at a
great distance will be able to listen
in on station WAAW more audibly,
at that station,
Various experiments in broadcast
ing since station WAAW became a
pioneer in the field of radio telephony
nave tended toward several changes
in the construction of the set so
that now station WAAW is still
keeping up its pioneer work of get
ting the market reports and enter
tainments out through the country.
Thousands of doll;., have been
expended to make t;jn WAAW
the foremost in this section of the
country. So reliable is its service
daily that an auxiliary station,
which radiates for several hundred
miles, is set tip beside the large
plant should minor trouble occur in
the station with either set.
Dciiniiing soon The Omaha Bee
will broadcast from station WAAW
three nights a week and from sta
tion WDV the remaining four nights
Operation of station WDV for
The Omaha Bee is from 7 to 8
o'clock nightly except when this
newsnapcr broadcasts programs from
the Omaha Grain Exchange station
Tolin Yciscr, owner of station
WDV, has rebuilt the plant for
prcater efficiency. Programs from
that station to he broadcast bv The
Omaha Bee will be announced,
Union Outfitting Picnic
Fifty thousand free tickets, en
titling the holder to free admission
to the park, as well as free rides on
the riding devices, are now being
distributed at Union Outfitting com
pany's store for their last outing of
the season to be held at Lakeview
park, Wednesday, August 30,
The committee in charge has ar
ranged to distribute absolutely free
to each and every lady entering the
dance palace a H-inch hand-painted,
fully dressed Kcwpie doll, The
I'nion Outfitting company has ar
ranged with the park management
that cut rates will prevail on all the
For Thursday, August 31. the big
dance palace will have as its attrac
tion a harvest festival and dancing
party, Several entertainers have
been engaged for the evening, The
hit dance palace will be appropriate,
y decorated for the occasion,
ft'oman Keepa Slain Chikl'i
Bosly With Her Three Yean
Limoges, Franc. Aug. Ju - For
three years Ragot Joeephint, ar.
stJ here, is accused ef bavin
?rtej about with net wherever she
wewt a wooden hoe fonUmmt; the
Hod? f murdered child lut.nt
he Mie she krtt the ehilj im the
vs, be rweia!l ld, her crime
t er d'tefted. A Urn
iif r the bui i4 ti In the girds.
v.r. wiKift wee eouJ a4
k b ' d. smutted.
Meager Savings Pulled
, Them Through Eject
ed From Houses,
They Used Tents.
latitat Set. II ewd cm. IT
Da lai Crwtae T U It
r . t. leaWaai Jew. tub. tilt
aoo fttw. rea itiaviiOM
PIERCE TOURIST CO.
Imeeii t14 lt
Washington. Fa., Aug. 25 Be
cause they have not acquired the
American habit of spending money
freely, 6HO,Ooo coal miners have been
able to withstand the rigors of nearly
five months' jdlenrss.
This ta the paramount reason the
coal miners were able to bold a
solidified front until the settlement of
the strike investigation discloses.
With close to 4.000 persons in west,
em I'ennslyvania alone, housed un
der tents, in barns and in rudely con
structed shacks which offered little
deliance to the elements, there were
many instances where the pinch of
privation was felt.
Tent Colonies Grow,
Each day that the strike continued
the tent colonics, which dotted hill
side after hillside in Washington,
Greene end Fayette counties, heart
of the soft coal fields of southwest
Pennsylvania were augmented.
Not all the men stood idly about
the company store or the union hall.
Many, with meager savings, went to
work in other industries, while moth
ers have gone to nearby cities and
Many of the striking miners stood
about company property, apparently
doing nothing but playing cards.
i;ne group of card players was
asked. "How do you do it?"
Well, I haven t worked since the
mine shut down last September, nut
I ran change a 10 spot riftht now," he
"When we make money we save it.
We see the rainy day that's coining."
This suit has lasted me lour years,
and 1 II wear it another year or two,
interrupted one of the group, garbed
in a faded blue suit, well patched
with cloth of varying colors.
No Dainty Food.
No epicure would find much to de
light his palate at the table of the
average miner, rood is as frugally
dealt with as anything else that
comes into the miner s lite.
Rent doesn't mean in mining com
munitics that it would be better and
cheaper to buy the house. At every
mine company house little red,
box-like affairs, built in double flats
of four rooms each, or equally '.it tie
gray drab box-like affairs, all mo
notonous in their sameness are set
down, on company property close to
the gaping pits. J he company exacts
but $2 a room and does not limit the
number of families or men without
families who occupy ft room.
Around earn house there is a plot
of ground., I'ractically all are planted
Among the less intelligent groups
of the folk who mine the black dia
monds there is today very apparent
poverty. But in all cases the com
munity spirit prevails, and those bet
ter situated reach out a helping hand
to those not so well off.
The union miners' organization, the
United Mine Workers of America,
furnished tcntsjo the families who
were evicted frcrni company property
for nonpayment of rent.
Credit! Shut Off.
Coal company stores shut down
and reused further credit to the
bmall bankers, business people who
get a good share of the miners trade
Pyorrhea, and ita ait.lt
Undent conditions. era II
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iv OTareeima hw iiilns IL"
MOORE'S PYORRHEA REM-CQIJ
edy, obtainable at any drug store.
Bleeding, tender, ulcerated gums
hbto-wm (aaia osowo poi pockata
ami uaravaa-aaor t-yarraai araehackad
elaan, haalthr condition of tin.
and Ita A
purchaaa prloe If raralta ara not
auaiutorr. Hit its IMS In
For Sala by
Sherman A McConnall Drug Co.
lath and Dodga 34th and Farnaa
lata and Harn.jr lath and Farnaia
eats and Dodia
STAND AT TIMES
Hipt, Back and Leg would
Have That Tired Ache
Everett. Waahlnrton. "For lev
tMwl years) 1 have had trouble with the
lowest part or my
back and my hip
and my tags would
ache with that
t red actw. I could
Mrdly atand ea
my feet at times,
i waa always able
tad any work at
though I did et
(eel good, 1 Saw
.ydia II Fmk.
vertteshi ai4 aastag Marti a varal
fnm it 1 aVeuM to tat it, I ft
tiret-rate) at tee f roawnt tint. It aae
Vae wefMWrt fVt avs and I keep It t
tJaa avsua tight akg, laiwayere
eeasswatl it t ethere who era ekfc
a4 a'Uf M hire, J, M. teatar,
eni It'gH It. Kverett, WatatngMi.
la aw any tM ef wash, m te Hay
fa that aat tev la aeatto UnpuMit'ia
If vssaieurteing frvaa aume fame
et fesMk irsNtbi. It asay eawae ysm
Wt tt lade t aM it tif
swaha ywss aareows and irrtuW. lt
sway m abW heap a4 artMssv
1st! imt et at go4.
!e.a K. i'VOktum a VefelahU
HSMaM ta a s4wsm rue
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Jews to Celebrate New Chemical May Check
Inroads of lereclo Worm
and strike sympathisers contributed
to help the strikers. Dances turned
money into the treasuries. Strike
benefit funds helped.
All officials of the United Mine
Workers' union, national, state and
district, worked without pay since
the start of the strike.
Chicago Man to He Principal
Spfokrr at Kxerrisri In
Omaha Jewry will assemble at 3
this afternoon in the Auditorium to
celebrate the approval by the league
of nations of the signing of the 1'al
1'rof. S. A. Hoffman of Chicago
will be the principal speaker, lie
toured the entire west with Colonel
I'atterson and N elm in Sokolow in be
half of tha ftcrcn llayrsod, and is an
orator f rtcogniied ability. Gov
ernor McKelvie also will speak.
The program is as follows:
Solactiun r fort i'rH Mllliary kind,
fcr touriff at Omaha Musicians' uniun
Invu. linn, toy lul.bl Murrla N. T.i.
"Amrla," It tuaiinra, ltd by tslwra
"Halikwoti,' br audlanr, ltd kr Miss
l,.i,..,1ur..,ry itm'tk: iif Hsrrr H
Lapldua, chsirmsn nt mallne
AddrMu, l.r H.inu.l It, MiKslvIa, o.
arnnr ! .V.brk,
Varal aula. Mr. Martin furmsn, a.
aompiild lr Mta Ktlla l.apldui,
MvWIlun, Kort iTo. MIIHarr lia'iil.
Adilrtu, I'ruf. a. A. Huffman ut CM-
Trie larllnn! Violin, Mlaa Itnta Pub.
noft, 'cells, Mr. (Miar W.lmUln, pliuo,
at ma Sophya Walnalvln.
H.nailirilon, II hi Morrla N Tsion,
"Kiar epanalid IJannar,' Pr Fort Crook
Military In ml.
Den Stanley'a Invitation.
Hen Stanley, organist and choir
master of Trinity cathedral, invites
all good singers of all voicci who are
desirious of taking up advanced
chorus work in regular rehearsals to
meet him in the chapel of the cathe
dral Monday evening, August 28, at
K o'clock. There will be no charges
and the chorus may be assured of
adequate training. Mr. .Stanley's
phone is Atlantic 6822.
plotrJ ly One Line
San FranUn-o, Aug, 26. The sub.
marine terror of prae tunes about
to be chriknialcd.
The teredo boring drstroyer of
piling, vthith is credited with hav
ing done fl.iOU.OOO worth tl danmiie
to structures at salt 'tr ports, ma)
he definitely put wh of Imsincss
through the rliorte ot a little band
of scientists who tot two veins have
worked ceaselessly in uu t-lf'tt to
find some metlioi) of tlcstruying the
little pest that eats hi way through
the slannchcst pilings and destroys
wharves, breakwater and marine
foundations of all sorts.
These scientists who have been
conducting experiments tuidrr the di
rection of i'rofessor J. S. Hnnl, hrad
of the department of axriciiltural
chemistry at the University of ( ah
fornia, Berkeley, are reported to
have found a chemical which is ilrjtli
desling to the tiredrt, I
Hitherto almost every sort of
paint, oil and chemical had bi-en tried
by port authorities without avail. The
menace of the teredo had become so
general on the Pacilic coast that gov
ernment reports fixed the damage at
$15,000,000 a year, with prospects of
its growing worse.
The teredo is peculiarly a "andc
pest, although flourishing elsewhere.
The warm waters of the Japan cur
rent which flows along the Pacific
coast, are particularly to the liking of
pany having extensive tsater froat
properties. He woiks entirely by
' feel" doing niost cf his work of in
spretiiig piling of whanes
bridges and "(celing over" underwa
ter are4 whete constriii'tion woik ta
planned, iu mudtly h.ubor wter,
where the sense of eyesight is of lit
tle use. He devotes most of his
time to locating teredo iurou1, before
tltey become serious enough to cuue
Alois Neubert la probably the only
"submarine railroader" In the United
Statei. Ha ii employed by a big Pa
cific coast railroad company to in
spect ita underwater pilings end wa
ter front atructures. He says the
popular conception of the ferocity of
the man-eating shark ii greatly eaag.
the little marine borer, Ship owners
have long had trouble with the ma
rine pest through its propensity to
cat away ship bottoms.
So serious has been its inroads on
piling that it has developed a new
type of railroad man the underwater
inspector. Alois Neubert is the only
known "submarine railroader." He
is employed by a large railroad com-
THE VALUE OF CHARCOAL
rr fx la Kaav M.w U..M It la W
Pmarvbtf Haaltk and Haaulr.
KasilV avaritawty kaaoa that (kanaaj
la tka tai and a ffifUM dmnf-s.
aat and puririrr la naiura, bat tmm ala
Ms value whan Saltan Inta tha kumaa ra
ta fr tka aania clanln purpwa,
Cliarraal ta a raniadr thai lha nure Vaa
laka af l tka brlt'ri It la But a draa
at all. bat ilmtilr abaarU tka aa.at and
loiiurmn alarars arnant In tka atmnarh
and Iniattlnei and tarrlas tht aul vf Ika
Cl,n.l aaaana tka braatk aftar
mtikine. and ailar aatlnf anWns and
atkrr ed'truiia Ulil.
Charatwl atf-naallr rlaars and tmprave
Ika eomplaalan, II mkltans tka taath and
furthrr ata a a natural and eminently
It al.ri, ika Itijurlaus wklth
nllat n tha ttimatk and kwU ( It dia
Inrnlt Ika mouth and Ihrwtt (raw tka
poiion u( caiarrh.
All dni(ita aall ksrina In una form
or anolkar, but pralblr tka batt eharaoal
and tka moat for Ika mun-r la In Ktuart a
Charroal I.oiiik; thtr ara rmip.,.-! r
Ika flu-.t pooitrrad Wlll.i aharraal, in
tabid form or ralkar In tha form ( lr-r
plraaanl laitlne lnsrnaM, tha rharnal n.
inv w-t-nJ ta ha (mixilh and aalaiabla.
Tka dally ua af tkna luin- will aann
tall In a murk fmprovtd anndHlon lit tka
(rnaral hulth, brt'ar templaiion, aoaatae
kraal h and purar blood, and tha beauty ft
It Ii, that no poiil,l hrm ran rrauit
from thlr continued u, but an the son
trary, iraat bantfit.
Many phyalriana advlt Rtuart'a rkar
aoal lxanaa ta patlanu autrarine from
la lmarh and bovfla, and to rlaar
tha eomplailnn and purify tka braaih,
mouth and throat. Charcoal l plao ballrvad
to erratly brnrfit tha llrrr. Thra tosana'S
oat but thirty rnt a bos at d'U tor,
and you fat mora and batur charaoal in
Htuart'a (karcnal loiMifra than In any
of Ika ordinary rkamal tablets.
wo flni enaiti
the Exact Date Will Be
Announced Very Soon
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-V$-A .!s't.0 aNS . V
of Strictly Seasonable
A Big Percentage of it Being
it aid il
ON THE DOLLAR
Omaha's Greatest Bargain Event Will Soon Be Announced!
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