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The Omaha Sunday Bee
VOL. 52NO. 16.
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OMAHA, SUNDAY MORNING. OCTODKR 1, 192
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Women Awaken to Activities
of Wets ami Attend Re
30 Town Visited.
Discuss Rail Problems
l!y P. C. I'OW KM
Staff I wreMiailpt Tke Omaha lire.
'iriinil Inland, Neb., Kept. JO. Xp
I ill Ti l"Kmm-Hpc.hra wits ilcliv
nil tonight lo a b'g crowd lit tlio
roUrthnuss by It. )l, Unwell, candl
diii for United HtuUa senator, and
Charlie II, Hand ill, rnnlllnt for
governor, ending a 'k of hard cam
paigning. During tha dny they spoke
to flva other audiences, none less
Ihnfc IS", at Bcrwyn, Anshy, Mimon
',()', Litchfield ami Ravenna.
The party wan met "1 mile out of
(irurnl Island by a delegation com
posed c( former Mate Menator Tom
,ulstrect, County Chairman lorn
lliams, Htate HiTinli.r (J. ('. 1 twrti-
Vnrcy nnd A. F. Reuehli-r, editor of
lh Grand Island Independent. Tha
delegation piloted the purty to the
During the week speeches have
lieen delivered nt 30 town, 750 mile
nf territory him been covered and
1 000 persons have listened atten
tively. The schedule oi prepared by Mr.
Howell will keep him In the Mule,
with brief flying visits to Omaha, un
.til election day. lie la endeavoring not
only to reach the so-called strategic
towns from a political aeniie, hut nil
the amuller towna, ao he may got hla
Idem on nntinnal issues direct to the
people of the entire atnte. Senator
Randall probably will accompany him
tor several days.
Women Show Interest.
The marked fenture of the week's
trip la tha awakened Interest of the
women, dozens of women have been
wen standing Attentively on the
street cornera llstonlng to the speak
ers. ThrouRhout the week It hna been
i impressed on the party that the al
1 ., If nt, powerful and Insidious effort of
tho liitvior lntereata in the east to get
friendly men In congress thin fall
lias become known to the nlert women
of Nebraska, and they mo rallying
. round leaders who have alwny atood
i j (jUHre toed for prohibition and have
' icfused to align themselves other
wlae for political advantage.
"Doea It look like a dead Issue when
.you see thut Illinois ana unio rigni
llnow are trying to get referendum on
tliiuor prohibition and liquor lntereata
ersist In gettlnR candldatea on reoony
favoring their plan to restore the
aloon?" Mr. liowou otien uwa nia
mdlencea. , '
. "No. no," hna been the response
from men and vwmon alike at certain
towns, F ' ,
j Discusses Kallroails.
Mr.' Howell today returned to the
Isch-Cummlna law which thiouBh Its
oncomnetltlve rato provisions, he
leclaml, was the greatest step ever
,aken toward social isolation In this
"Roughly there are two types of
MOflety, the socialistic and Individual
stic," he aaid. "Socialistic society
(Turn to l'ae Two, Column Thrre.)
Nebraska City Forger
Sentenced to Prison
Nebraska City, Neb.. Sept. 30.
'Spei'ial.V J. O. V. Ingoldsby, alias
V. Hoyd, wns sentenced by Judge
!.ieKley In district court to from 10
. 21 years In the penitentiary at hard
.ubor after he had leen found guilty
1 1 of forgery by a Jury, lngi
J3 k ins beon learned, has serve
flT I 'crma in various penltentlnr
.he country. Within 30 minutes after
eing sentenced he was taken to the
' lngnldshy'a wife, who came here
' rom her home In Tesaa, nuked Judsa
't ''iegley to aid her In recovering "0
rth of d'.anmmla. aliened to have
lwn given to the sheriff by Ingobla-
' '.y, Sheriff Fischer said the Jewelry
d not have any renale value, ac
rdsng to eipert and th:it an at
mpt -f tnsuUUby ti U the orna
,nts had failed and that h then
;iv them tn the sheriff SI he did
it-t wlah t ep them In Jail.
Mi. lng.M,My Md the Judg Ihut
r huhmt had Md her the !
,t tn given the sheriff f-r ' r
Ut pmllege. This I ilenlfd by the
('fceriff J-klse lies' v 'le(d the re
c t( ins tm i ir. iivfmnny.
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Teddy Roosevelt, Jr.,
Will Speak in Omaha
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Theiidore KiHisevelt, Jr.
Theodore UiMisevelt, Jr., will apeak
In Omaha October 4, iitcordlng to In
formation received yesterday after
noon from tho republican state cen
Mr. Itouwvclt, who bus been In
Omaha In fore, will arrive nt ! p. m.
from the went and fve ut II the
same night. Jietalis of the meeting
will be announced later.
City of Juarez
Commander Reorganizes De-
Ietetl Forces and Band Re
tires to Outekirts Excite
ment Hih in El Paso.
Kl Taso, Tex., Si pt. 30. (By A. V.)
Juarez today la again controlled by
men In sympathy with the adminis
tration at Mexico City after lMitt lit
possession of rebel forces for four
hours. In this brief period lighting
resulted in the killing of 10 men and
the wounding of twice this number.
Oen. J. J.. Mcnilez, Juarea com
mander, has reorganized his depleted
forces eM with the aid of river
F.L'l'aso, Tex., Sept. 30. (By A.
V.' Three private soldiers who
Revolted from the Jaurez station
'were put against on adobe wall at
military headquartere this morn
ing and shot to death, according
to an announcement made at Gen
eral Mendez' headquarters.
A corporal captured the three
"Sir, what shall I do with these
men?" asked the surbordinate of
ficer. "Shoot them," were the com
mander's only worda.
A squad fired three volleys.
guards, police nnd private citizens. Is
defying a force of about 230 rebels
Just outsldo the city.
At 2 o'clock this morning the gen
eral was surprised when 150' men In
his garrison, headed by ('apt. Val
Verde, revolted and took charge of
the entire city. So astonished was
the general that he come to El Paso
and telegraphed Chihuahua City for
aid which today was expected mo
mentarily. Then the general slipped
bark to Juarez, and established head
quarters at the customs house.
Fire Field IMece.
Kntrenched back of the customs
house federals gave battle to the
rebels who defiantly approached, fir
ing wildly. About 230 men were In
the rebel force but they wire obliged
to retire, being snort of ntnmunltion.
The rebels rarrled a one pounder field
piece, and tired It half a dozen times.
Sporadic lighting had oivurred be
fore this, but with practically no
Aftpr the rebels withdrew to the
South wrt of the city to reoiganl:.
were encountefed by river
gilunls who attacked them. Few shots
Maj. S II I'hilpot, V. a A . provost
(Turn In fas Toe. tellies, ne.
Can Tell You
I Ask hr if she evrr thouaht of th benefit In the.
way of finane mut r?ace of minvl--tht follow the
bHitrrihip uf hom.
" Aik h r if h han't fiffured out how your rent would
pay ti rrrinu char. nd take up a good bit of
AV hor if he hn't woni!erllf tnythinc hP-i-tevl
tJ yon what rt of home the might have
tn trp to,
, Ak hr if she hVt rru it yTo en time and time
tht t'nin wh U U'U alne ih home
n lw4 pu' I through In rre Jrtree of fomfort.
Thn. V hr t h'k etf th lut of bt home bar
gtn h vh rrF the Ksal Estate Ctl,mm in the
"Want' Ad ti ff The tmah Te t.Uyan4
ttrry A wmn' intjiUoa U an unfailing guiJe
in pl!tsT tiko tS.
Two Division! of Six Vmsi-la
Fach Will Iave for Con
stantinople at Noon,
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To Supplement Forces
Washington, Sept. JO. The two de
stroyer dlv.alona of six destroyers
each, ordered to proceed from Nor'
folk to Constantinople "for the pro
ti-ctioti of Anient an lntereata," Will
be ready to smII Monday noon, Capt.
C. M. Tuzer, who will command the
wiiiHdiou, fxlay notified the Navy
ib partno tit.
The destroyers will aupptcment the
American naval forces In Kuropean
waters, which now consist of 12 ves
sels, including eight destroyers and
The battleship Utah, flagship of
the Kuropean squadron, now la en
route to Gibraltar with Vies Admiral
Andrew T. Long, commander In Ku
ropean watere, on board. The Utah
will be relieved by the armored cruis
er nttMiurgh In a couple of weeks
and Admiral Long will transfer his
The destroyer now In Kuropean
waters are the Tarott, Edsall, Mc
Lelsh, Lawrence 'and Litchfield, all
operating to and from Constantinople
und Hmyrna; the Simpson, last re
ported Heptember 15 at Odessa; the,
Maimer at Knmaoon anil the Mc
cormick at Novorosslsk, all three In
the Tilnck sea.
The naval yncht Scorpion Is the
station ship at Constantinople. The
two subchasers are also at Constan
tinople. The State department received from
Rear Admiral Bristol a summary of
recent relief work In Smyrna showing
that 74,000 refugees had been evacu
ated In two days this week. The
American commissioner estimated
that from 20,000 to 60,000 refugees
remained In the city and Ita vicinity.
About 145,000 refugees from Smyrna
are gathered on the Island of MIty
lene and about 3J.00O at Falonlkl, Ad
n:iiiU Bristol said, adding that there
wss a ahortage of flour at both
Bride of Omalian
Stands by Mate
Wife of' Dr. Connell Says
There Is No Foundation to
Heart Balm Suit.
Onuhit Bre leased Wire,
Chicago, Sept. 30. Three daya a
bride, the wife of Dr. Karl Connell of
Omaha, spent part of today In her
room at the Drake hotel, assuring in
terested questioners that there was
entirely no foundation to the $50,
000 breach of promise suit filed, ac
cording to a dispatch by another
woman against her husband 24 hours
after he wns married.
The complainant, who alleges that
Dr. Connell broke a promise to mar
ry her when he married hia present
bride, waB Violet Johnstone of New
York, according to the dispatch.
"It's entirely without foundation, of
course," said Mrs. Connell. "I don't
l:now the girl I never met her all
that Is way back In his life, anyway
His attorneys will take care of It for
him. No, my husband Isn't here.
"Ma" Sunday Visits Omaha
Second Time Since 1915
Mrs. William A. Sunday, wife of
the evangelist and more familiarly
known ns "Ma" Sunday, stopped In
Omaha yesterday on her way to Cali
fornia where she will visit with her
son, Ocorge Sunday.
"It seems good to see Omaha
again," she said. Mrs. Sunday has
been back to Omaha but once since
her husband conducted revival serv
ices here In 1915. His tahernaele was
nt Fourteenth street and Capitol
Hev, Mr. Sunday now Is conduct
ing meetings In Lynchburg, Vs. lis
i will go from thers to Dayton.
Air Mail Plane in Crash Near Hangar; Pilot
Thla la the way the Dellavllund air
mall plans I'ilot C. C. Iinge was XI y
iiig yesterday lisiked a.'ter It turned
over at Sixtieth and Tins atreets,
barely missing crashing Into the home
of George lllllstrand, 11062 Hna street,
v hen he was forced by n broken rud
der to land near Ak-Sar-Ben field.
Itng was stunned In the crash, but rudder In place had fallen out, raua
wlll be able to resume hla dutlea this ling the accident, Colyer aaid.
Held Not Guilty;
May Appeal Case
Haberdasher Cleared of
Charge He Is Father of Pro
fessor's Wife's Third Bahy
- Mrs. Tiernan Faints.
South Bend, Ind Sept. 30. Harry
I'oulln, lialierdasher, charged by Mrs.
Augusta Tiernan with being the fa
ther of her third child, was found not
guilty In city court rfiere today.
Judge C. L. Ducomb made It plain
in his comment that he found the
defendant "not guilty" In the strict
sense of the world. He said that he
believed there had been intimate rela
tions between Mrs. Tiernan and Mr.
Poulin. The fact, however, that Pro
fessor Tiernan had lived with his wife
throughout the entire affair created
the reasonable. doubt that made it le
gally compulsory to find for the de
fendant. Prosecutor Jelllson and Professor
Tiernan announced after Judge
Ducombe had rendered his opinion
that the case would be appealed and
curried to the supreme court of the
United States if necessary.
'The decision was a great surprise
to me, declared Trofessor Tiernan.
It swept me completely off my feet."
A report sent out from this city
this morning that Prosecutor Jelllson
would file perjury proceedings against
Harry Poulin wns branded by the
states attorney as untrue.
'I have made no such decision,"
Prosecutor Jelllson said. "There Is
no foundations for such a report. The
only action to follow this case so far
ns my mind now stands will be an
appeal to the higher courts."
Mrs. Tiernan fnlnted as she was
leaving the court room and wns taken
to her home in a taxlcab.
Will Not Be Reconciled.
Professor and Mrs, Tiernan will not
become reconciled, according to plans
announced by the professor todajs fol
lowing the decision Jn the paternity
The beginning of a permanent sepa
ration will take place late today or
Monday when Prof. Tiernan will take
his wife and three children to Uron
son, Mich., where Mrs. Tiernan will
make her home with her mother until
she decides upon her future. That
Mrs. Tiernan is Iwlng allowed by Prof.
Tiernan to take the children with her
Is due, he said, to his sympathy for
his wife. Later It Is understood that
the children will be placed In a eohool.
H united Over DecWon.
Mra. Tiernan, who fainted as she
left the court room, la aninned over
the decision, as Is her huslwimt.
"I believe," be wild, "that had we
dlsclosvd the sIT.ilis of pur household
as they really have been during th
' last year a different verdict would
have ben reached.
I "Ws have been In a living hell."
ha Hid, "but fart tthhe)l
tfroni tha rourt and public,' i
Harry Poulltt was biUf In hi state-
li. tit' "Just tul I ettmlvj' lie j
wmuIJ mast i thr roniinent. ;
Former Oniahan Kilted :
hy GuimiImii I united !
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I week, according to Air Mull Superlii-1
tendent Colyer. An examination at
his home st 1317 South Twenty fifth click," said Lange. "The rudder lie
street showed that the pilot had not name useless nnd the plans hit the
suffered Internal Injuries, us st first ! field, stunning me. It would have
An Investigation of the wreck In
dicated that cotter pins holding the
Called to Strike
Grain and Coal Shipments
to Be Affected hy
Chicago, Sipt. 80. Approximately
5,000 members of the sailors union
of the Great Lakes have been order
ed to strike, effective at midnight to
night. On account of many vessels
now on the lakes, the strike prob
ably will not be effective before Oc
tober B, according to K. B. Nolan,
general secretary of tha union.
The men will strike to enforce tlie
three-watch system or eight-hour day,
with wages a secondary consideration,
according to Mr. Nolan. Only freight
boats will be affected. The strike was
called against vessels of the Luke
Carriers association. Small Independ
ent lines will not bo Involved.
According to Mr. Nolan, 410 bulk
freighters carrying Iron ore, grain and
coal, will be affected.' He declared
coal shipments to the northwest would
not be seriously affected and ex
pressed the opinion that one-third of
the vessels would be signed up for
the three-watch system.
Eppley to Oppose
Sale of Fontenelle
E. C. Eppley, of the Eppley Hotel
company, present holders of Hotel
Fontenelle, announced yesterday in a
statement that ha will oppose the
purchase of the hotel by Rome Miller,
proprietor of tho Home hotel.
His statement follows:
"All properties are tied up in the
hands of the court and no title can
be given at this time. I could not
give up possession of properties until
my rights have been fully and
judicially determined. I bought the
properties in good fa!'h ' " large
consideration, a substantial part of
which has been paid by me. All pay
ments I have made have been ex
pended for pressing obligations
against the companies."
Irihh Leader Dies.
Dublin, Kept. 30. Councillor Kor
rental, a prominent free state memlier
nf the Dublin corporation, died after
a short Illness. He was a memlier
of the recent free state mission
which toured America Inst March.
WHERE TO FIND
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ikiuii the field, when I heard a sharp
lien 'i.M night' with me if I had been
In the forward cockpit Instead of the
The motor was hurled from the
fusllage by the crash.
The Omaha Bee
Games to Be Announced hy
PI a"y Chart to Be Puh
linhed for Benefit
The Omaha Bee will broadcaat by
radio the world series games, play
by play, from station WAAW, begin
n'ng next Wednesday. '
Datterles of each game will be an
nounced ut 1 o'clock followed by the
incidents of the games as they are re
ceived over the grain exehange wires,
Jladlo receiv.ng sets with loud
speakers will be set up In various
parts of the business district of the
city by radio dealers to umplify the
broadcasting for crowds.
Station WAAW will operate on 485
meters so there w.ll be no Interfer
ence from other stations. For the
henefit of radio rans who wish to fol
low the games play by play, a large
chart of a baseball field will be pub
lished in The Omaha Bee Tuesday.
This chort may be used to follow the
games as each play Is broadcast.
Postoffice Welfare Head
to Visit Omaha on Trip
Washington, Sept. 30. (Special
Telegram.) Henry fi. Dcnnlson, wel
fare director of the Postoffice depart
ment, leaves Saturday for a month's
tvft of Inspection through the middle
west, which will bring him to Omaha.
Mr. Dennison will visit some of the
larger cities to get first-hand data
on the operation of the welfare coun
cils established In 700 first and sec
ond-class postofflces of the nation.
The Postoffice department welfare
director will visit Chicago. Cleveland,
Puffalo, Detroit, Orand Rapids, , Mil
waukee, Omaha, Kansas City, St.
Louis, Cincinnati and Indianapolis,
Island in Platte River
Will Be Made Bird Refuge
Central City, Neb., Sept. 30.' (Spe
cial.) Riverside park, located Just
south of this city on an Island In the
Platte river, is to he made a refuge
for birds. An allotment of Chinese
I hea.iunts secured from the state wns
taken to the park this week. A num
ber Of other rare species are already
In evidence on the grounds. No fire
arms will be permitted within the
boundaries of the park at any time.
Fx-Linctdn Man Accused of
Theft of $20,000 in Check
j Chicago, Sept. 30, How IVIIiert K.
8puny, a Ixsikkeeiwr, aucieeded in
' I'liilnttiltiuig a month anart
' n.ent nnd a f t,!no automobile on a I'D
'a wetk s-ilnry led to an Inveatiratian
.nnd hi arrrat on the charge of cnh
' lug l he da aKgragatlng IO.ftAO
-whii h ltoiiKd to hla employers r-
ltie l,l.iy wera tnvatlitiiig Ma
l nmX life ltn lulling iwurwiil In Un-
coin, Nh, and Chlvagit.
Atteuipt U Made to Koh
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Uncle Joe Cannon
to Hit Long Trail
Will Travel hy Auto Oyer
Route His Parents Toole
Washington, Sept. 30. (Specal Tel
egram. "Uncle Joe" Cannon, speaK-
er emeritus of the house of repre
sentatives, will hit the long, long
At tho age of 87, Uncle Joe plans
to cover the same route he traveled
In a Conestoga wagon, from North
Carolina to Illinois, Just 83 years ago.
This time he will travel by automo
b le. Preparing for the trip today,
Cnclo Joe laid In a plentiful supply
of black cigars and is looking for
ward to a renewal of the pleasures
he had as a child when, with his par
ents, he entered the alluring west. Ha
will find conditions much changed,
hut Uncle Joe is prepared even for
that, and expects to sleep under the
stars at least once.
"After March 4, next," he said to
day, "I will make my last Journey
homeward as a member of the house.
Ho the trip by motor, delayed and de
layed and delayed, will be made at
this time, and on every foot of the
road my heart will beat with happi
ness as I .think of tho many honors
that have come my way. I have de
cided I had better go now, for March
is a long way off and I am growing
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Three, Trainmen Killed
When Engine Explodes
Little mils. N. V.. Sept. 3D. A
freight locomotive on the West Shore
railroad exploded1 near here yesterday,
killing Knsliwr John Caldwell anil
Fireman C P. Murrell, luh of Syra
cuse, and Ilrakeman II. It. Haxter of
Albany, K Y,
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Inn In hmyrna, whrre lie wrnl In mn
ler with Ki-iinil I'anlia, ha hern aur
fruitful, ai lurillng lo amioiiiirriin iit by
Hie Krenih nlllilala here, lie la 1 "til
ing to riiiiatsiilllinple hundsy tiy Ibe
rruiaer Mrl, prnbsbly lo rmisiilt with
lien. HarlfiKliiii, riuiiniandi-r in chief
nf Hie llrlllsll (nrrra.
Constanttniiple, Sept. 30 (Ity A. P !
Ilrltisll iiltlclHla Ndmit that the I'll 1
tilt ail out inn Is irrowlmr moie
cnl and that the hones for an
cable si ttl, un til are waning.
fjeneral Jl.irlngton seems to
(xhsust'd his peaceful overtun
many fear that military actio,
A rupture between the upp
forces. 11 la inougni 111 military u
ters, la likely to be prcclpit it d
any hour unlrsa the Turks wlthdi:
from the neutral sons.
The Turkish troops continue
close contact with the nntlsh. Tin y
hav formed a s:reen around the
Lrltlsh forces, behind which they are
making concentrations and rwonnoit
ering. The British have established a war
time censorship. Hereafter tho men
Hon of names of regiments, thel
strength and destination Is prohibited
London, Sept. 10. (By A. P.) The
grave view held In official. iunrtets
hers regarding the prospect of avoid
ing war with the Turks Is shared in
allied, military circles In Constanti
nople, according to dispatches from
the eastern capital to The Associated
Mustupha Kemal Pasha's require,
ment that the British withdraw tbi -lr
troops from Aix Minor, as a cmiIi
tlon precedent to a limited rctrt-.i-of
the Ottoman forces from i he neu
tral zona of the straits, la looked
toon by local military opinion ns
closing tha door to paiifis suUkni'-nt
of the present dispute.
If War Breahs. ,'
If war breaks and at the moment,
It appears that almost a miracle will
be needed to avert It Great Britain
will enter it under discouraging aus
pices for the preponderance of opin
ion in the nation is not behind the
The voice of the people, as repre
sented by the press, is raised In con
demnation of the manner in which
the whole near eastern situation has
Prime Minister Lloyd George, who
but yesterday was a national hero,
now la the butt of violent criticism,
accused pf having meddled with Inter
national politics which he does not
understand and of having brought tho
countryface to face with another war.
all for the purpose of saving the faces
of himself and his colleagues.
Assembly Debating Terms.
Angora, Sept. 30. (By A. P.) The
nntional assembly Is debating the
terms of the Angora government's re
ply to tho allied peace proposal. The
reply Is expected to be ready for
(Turn lo Pne Two. Column r'onr.)
Navy Man Reports $2,500
Gems Stolen From Home
Willis Yates, warrant officer ut the
navy recruiting station at Fifteenth
and Podge streets, notified police
yesterday $2,500 worth of diamonds
either had been lost or stolen from
his apartment In the Hamilton annex,
Twenty fourth ami Farnmn streets,
lie stated his wife last wore tlum
last Sunday and thev were not missed
until Friday afternoon when she wns
unable to find them In their apart
ment. Jury 1'aiN to Apree in Cae
Against DuhoM Pochit
Pawnee City. Kept. M ltf'-il V
After (elilwratltig for 4H hours the
Jury considering the "f lr. A, M.
Itobertson of Imbols. hi I 1 htit i:e t
with ammult, w is hung. The v.-to
aa I'i fir roitvlcdon and to f-'r
arnulttal. Ir. Jtolwrtaoii was m.'J
nji rouiplalnt f a ymmif girl tf bad
Wen taking trratnieiila from bint W
loing an iillon.
Cnl. Johitton nf Omah.1
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