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TJIK OMAHA r.ER: WEDNESDAY. OCTOPKR 1. 1322.
Cries of Wonini
Rie in Mourning
in War-Torn Area
J!iimin and Ma.nre at .!a
helm mid Pdixlirniu Mifdit
Well Fnrnidi Inriratin
for Dante' Inferno.
f..ii hi, mi,
Hmi) t fi, i I I - (I'y i nr!i r li Cnn
1 .i ij II ii M 1 1. Mt 5 t Td try f
J!nh l ii.Mii! r.:ntr f-r I1 r rhiMrm an'l
I rwrtilltr I" I" ..llif.'llf 1 la Rr'KIHK
nliK f r (ii hiiii'tM't nf thoua.itula of
I lirlliiit .ii. I M,!i-H l.ollira.
Kii.ih II. iinniiiUlna uml Vnllfya of
w.-it.-rn .niit'l'.i, ft lit III" ruina of
h. ln i.ln' hula nn-l fnwi what with
mk.iiX l iix Il.i-ra j r m- Ilia mm pHl
l.il .ii . nl. lli i ry nf mittumli that
iniiri"! I. hmiiiei"I, the itK"ny
ri ti l II... t i iiiimt Im li'.il.1.
Hiild;i Wffi'll.i: fiT llii'lr
vmii.hi f. iU. niiiinn li.tl"' iifc.ilniil the
f.ip. ln- uml null her ura rryliia
fur hitli,t iuIm nii'l ilulilirii fur hk
it hi 1 1 v-. avrr linn hern lite
JirriliiKK if man' m tli'ittit -.
l"i..ni lli him kcnitl Mnwlm fmld,
fu.iii imiunl.iin villuitu, fur Imhiml the
tiu-,irt l.nr. hi-ro n,rly half
million of Oia i-nili .f laliim k
rn w li"in, km "''II fin from Hmyrna,
In ruina, from rofuiiM ainipa, whfre
f,ii(l.(inii Christum nro mnrvlntf, the
ry flliiK lttlf f'Mth to ml.l further
iHilwiii ti tha hrr.lnjte of rnnror In
tha Jirnr fiat.
Iiiililiullori of Diiiit".
Hurelv It wan from iiurli wene a
l.urnltiK ami mimam-re at Alaahi'ho anil
(iiiKli-iina or from the liiirnliiR nJ
vnrunlloti of Kniyrnii thnt Ounla drew
Inniilrallon for hia Inferno!
The dmit h toll at Hmyrna haa heen
miihll cuniMrci to that in the Interior,
W have awn the almoat undracrlb-
uble acmi-a on atrenla, on dorka, else
where, amonK the rofuiecea. New Uvea
hava been uherel Into the world on
atona or plank docka.
One woman, the time of birth upon
ber aa aha etniKKH"! townrd the boat
that waa to take her nwuy, piiamNl,
atooplo, throuxh a dock gate, rarry
inn tbs newborn babe In her arm, two
older children tUKglng at her aklrta,
Two wom-n, to weak to nuraa their
hour-old bublea, anw their children
planed aX tha breaeta of a vlgoroua
yoiuia- mnthi-r who had been nursing
her firat born.
Appeal to Americana.
A fathur. mother and daughter
paaa. The aon, a youth of about 20.
la held bi'hlnd. dplte the fact that
ha la very 111. The three cried aa
Ibey aalil goodbye to him.
Cupt. Powell, the American naval of
ficer In charge of the American de
tachment paaaea. The Rlrl pleada
with him In broken Eni?llnh:
"Sava my brother, he la 111 with
pleurisy. Please, oh, please, save
Ahmed Emlm Bey, graduate of the
I'nlvenjlty of Columbia, an e'litor of
ii paper at Conatantlnople, goea with
rapt. Powell to Interview tllu TuiKibii
offlcor In charge.
A doctor waa called and saw the
boy. The boy was returned to hla
family. He waa a burden to them,
but they nil rejoiced at his return.
Hut the crowd nurses on. Again
we are submerged In its agony. Chil
dren ntumhle and are trampled to
deuth. The barriers are closed for a
minute while another ship docks. A
cry goea up from the mob, always
ready to believe the worst, that the
gate has been closed on the refutjees
Those In the crowd fight like beasts
for a place at the gate. They are
robbed of their reason by terror. In
the mld.st of the milling crowd, a child
goes to the floor. A Turkish soldier
throws himself over the child to pro
tect it from being crushed. Not once,
alone, but many times this happened.
Toward the shore end of the pier,
soldiers, off duty, are robbing the
refugees, receiving bribes. Unseeif,
an officer approaches, Rtriking right
and left with the butt of his revolver
he stops the pilln-ve for n '' . but
when he la gone it is resumed. '
Surprlyouf ft tend, and
IsKkWittiMy t am 'kl
IncvHti' ftlhtu fni lament
rffertd rightly. Tht Conn
i4t.t.,V U fIft cf at
win4 Initrvunenti t fUy t.
cM if Ua timpllfU4 try
British Air Forces Off to
' r ' aV , Hill III I ' 'U;i''
l.'U- nr.' a part of the thounmd
proeel lo the near east.
Bankers Cheer Allied
War Debt Cancellation
It'onllnaH From I'm On:)
crea of surn Institutions on the
ground that they t'nd to centnlze
cnpltal and economic power.
CliaiiKA in Schedule.
Andrew J. Fmmn of Waiiklikn,
Wis., aiipe.irs In the convention us
the champion of the anti-branch bank
(-lenient which tongiht was con
reded to have gained considerable
strength since tho convention open
ed. The "pro" element was headed
y Waldo Newcomer, an eastern
The importance of the Isaue today
caused President McAdama to upset
the athedule of the convention so
that a resolution adopted by the anti-
branch men may be put to a vote to
morrow. This resolution, drawn up
last night after a caucus at Hotel
Hesolved, by the American link
ers association that we view with
alarm the establishment of branch
banking In the Pnlted States and the
attempt t ) permit and legalize branch
banking: that we hereby express our
disapproval of and opposition to
branch banking in any form In our
Resolved that we regard branch
banking or the establishment of ad
ditional offices by banks aa detrimen
tal to the best Interests of the peo
ple of the United Stntea. Branch
banking is contrary' to public policy
and violates the basic principle of
our government, aa It concentratea
the credits of the nation and the
power of money Into the hands of a
It. R. HOWELL,
Candidate for U. S. Senator, and
C. II. RANDALL,
Candidate for Governor.
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 4.
Lindsay 9:00 a. m.
Humphrey 10:30 a. m.
Madison 1:00 p. m.
Pierce 3:15 p. m.
Plainvlew 5:30 p. m.
Creighton 8:00 p. m.
THURSDAY, OCTOBER E.
Wausa 9:00 a. m.
Crofton 11:00 a. m.
Hartington 2:00 p. m
Coleridge i 3:30 p. m.
Laurel 5:00 p,
Wayne 8:00 p,
Candidate for Congress.
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 4.
Johnstown, 10 a. m. to 11 a. m.
Woodlake, 12 to 2:30 p. m.
Valentine, 4:30 and evening.
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5.
Norden .' 10:30 a. m.
Springvlew ...Noon to 3:00 p. m.
Butte 6:00 p. rn. and Evening
0. S. SIM LILIAN,
Republican Candidate for Attorney
C. A. RANDALL
Republican Candidate for Railway
College View 8:00 p. m.
WEDNESDAY. OCT. 4.
Walton 9:00 a. m.
Kagle ., 10:15 a. m.
Palmyra 11:30 a.m.
I'nadtlla 1:30 p. m.
Syracuse 2;30 p. ni.
Omaha : 8:00 p. m.
THURSDAY, OCT. 5.
Peru 10:00 a. m.
Brown villa 11:00 a. ni.
Nemaha (lunch) 1:00 p. m,
Shubert J:15 p. m.
Verdon .............. 3 30 p. ni.
Salem 4. 3D p. m.
Kalis City ;o p. m.
Humboldt "fl p, m.
Play a tune
in an hour
It ii bring done. You can do it.
Even without musical epri'
ence you'll master the axr
phone well enough to play pop.
u!ar muiic In a very ihort tunc .
mttro, ttty Ribi. w
UJ fof rmma tnttTta.'nmtnt.
Hay it !cm, with rlar c
oinrnunar.t. or In dvtn. tf vm,
Vurttta, r.c. Cnn ir iv4
try eo tUy; r wUaUnw
Befezzed Soldiers Politely
Move to Allow Hritihh to
Kreit Rarlied Wire:
(Jive Tommies Horse
Laugh at Night.
Ily Henry Wales.
Constantinople, Oct. 3. The armi
stice began Hunday, the Angora as
sembly empowering Mustnpha Kemul
Pasha to order the cessation of hos
tilities and tho suspension of all mili
tary operations In tho Dardanelles,
Asia Minor and Thrace,
At Chanak all danger of a Turkish
surprise attack on the city la believed
to be past since heavy British re
inforcements have arrived, together
with the emplacement of numerous
batteries and miles of barbed wire
entanglements and the arrival of ad
ditional bombing planes.
Funny stories about the opera
boufTe war In the Diirainelles are
beard. Yesterday morning a British
wiring party next to Xerxes seat,
faring the narrows, found half a
dozen Turks squatting where I hey
intended to erect the entanglement.
"Excuse me, would you mind mov
ing over a bit and let my men wire
here," the English captain asked the
Turk leader, who laughingly proferred
a rlgaret and withdrew his men.
Last night a company commander
decided to reinforce the front before
sundown while the Turks looked
on, and then in the darkness with
drew his men to a comfortable bivouac
half a mile in the rear. While the
Tommies were steathiiy walking back
from the trenches one of them dropped
his tin hat with an awful racket.
The noise waa greeted with a chorus
of guttural horse laughs from Turk
patrols all around, who had Infiltrated
behind the British line and witnessed
the whole affair.
"Have the Turks fired on you?" I
asked an aviator.
"Shoot? Never. They wave their
handkerchiefs and cheer me," he re
plied. Compulsory Surgery Asked
in Case of Injured Workman
Lincoln, Oct. 3. (Special.) Com
pensation Commissioner Kennedy
asked the supreme court today to rule
whether he has the power to com
pel an injured workman whp had been
drawing compensation money to
submit to an operation of a relatively
simple riiturn that surgeons said
would restore him. to usefulness on
penalty of stopping his a income.
Jack Frost refused to obey,wand the
district court said he could not be
compelled to submit. It gave him
J9 a week for tho remainder .of his
life. The United States Fidelity &
Guaranty company, which carried the
risk, appeared to protest against this
judgment, asserting that it meant a
total payment of $18,000 if Frost lived
Ills normal span.
Beatrice Cashier Resign.
Beatrice, Neb., Oct. 3. (Special.)
R, B. Clemens, cashier of the First
Natlonul bank here for tho past seven
years, has resigned and will locate
at San Diego, Cal,, with his t.nnlly. He
la succeeded by Hniner Beeves, who
has been assistant cashier for 10
ineuibura of the IS rltlnh air
eJrlenJfSIwp inweJfeQrlof Omaha
whipped Cream Specials
Cream Puff. 10c Each, 3 for 23c
Chocolate Eclair, 10c Each
The nhfll.t are taVed freh every morning and
we whip our own cream freih eery hour. The
Cream Puff nd Chncolat hires in
"Th Buttermilk Shop" tr rure quality in
material, fre-ihtien and tat. Treat the family
to them tonijthf.
a rM r( fkiM t.u. hth ik. i mi
M wa fetMhM
WIM Ml. ' f. a l irM4
M Heal Ik la
leaving Southampton under or.lia to
Ship Subsidy 3ill
j Defended by Speaker
Edward ( Pliitnmer of the I'nlted
j r't.itcs shipping tioard addressed the)
I.lntis club In the Hotl Kontemlla
i at noon yesterday in a defense of the
1 pending ship suk-iidy bill.
i "foreign shipping Inten-sts are
fighting the bill and down In Maine
we learned long ago to find out what
our competitors didn't want ua to do
and then do It," he s.ild.
District Jui!ne W. (J. Hears, repub
llcan nominee for congress, spoke on
tho domestic relations court.
"I nm a convert to It myself," aald
tha Judge. "I used to twit my col
leagues a lltt'e when they had the
juvenile and domestic relatlona dock.
ets. But I hadn't bad It myself for
30 days before I knew It waa the
most Imfiortnnt docket In the court
There wo deal with flesh and blood,
with the little ones who are Just com
ing Into their heritage of life."
Lincoln Man Asserts Wife
'Skimped" Him at Meals
Lincoln. Oct. S. (Special.) Hene
kiuh Barnes filed suit for divorce
here today against Flora Barnes,
Among other things he charaes that
Hhe was In the habit of seating him
at table at the end farthest from
the food and that all he got was what
she those to deal out to him. He
also saya that another man stole
away her love, and that she finally
ordered plaintiff to leave her house.
They have been married 34 years and
have eight children.
Senator Capper to Speak
in Lincoln October 17
Lincoln, Oct. 3. (Special.) United
Slates Senator Capper of Kansas will
be in Lincoln October 17, according
to word at republican state head
quarters. He will he the headline at
traction at a night moetlng at the
City auditorium. It is probable that a
day meeting also will be arranged for
him elsewhere. Senator Capper la
expected to talk on the political Is
sues of the day, particularly those
which interest the farmer.
Beatrice Bloodhounds Fail.
Beatrice, Neb., Oct. 3. (Special
Telegram.) Thieves entered the drug
store of U. McCiaran In West
Beatrice last night, obtained a small
amount of money and carried away
some cigars, cigarets and tobacco.
They gained entrance by chiseling the
lock off the front door. Bloodhounds
followed the trail to the river bank
whero it Is believed the robbcra es
caped in a boat.
Simmons Warmly Received.
Scotia, Neb., Oct. 3. (Special Tele
gram.) Bob Simmons, the soldier can
didate of the Bix Sixth, republican
nominee for congress, and Judge A.
II. Humphrey of Broken Bow, nom
inated to fill the unexpired term of
the late M. P. Kinkaid, received a
w::rm reception 'n Scotia and had a
very attentive audience.
"Cops," the nickname for police
men, was used in ancient Rome.
New Arrivals Daily at
A Queer World
A -iil Ii- a I Right
to t'iiint ller I. IN en
If Her lltlduiiid It a
I'reai'lier The Turk
Fireman Duenit't Wurry,
Tlur (an if Ibrr Vnl To
(imliiiiail, tcl. S. IVfily Hiimm F.
rbmers, a gin wire, waa graniro a
ilerrre of dlmrc from ber aged
prraclirr lunhmiit, I lie rv. .IrfTrrwm
MiiHcia, fmiiirily a ptiHiilnenl tlsure
in (be illiiti .Mrlli.idUl -'pliipl diin
Inalliin as psKlor of Hie llilnnble
in k lin l a lniri b lirre. mi ber de-
(enoa tlmt a wife h lbs bl right
in pimdrr brr i hecks ami paint lirr
lip if she llilnb nil ran add tu brr
I'barin by o di'lne. Whether alia la
(lie wile of a prraclirr or not.
The Vilfe adnilllPtl III brr ielllliill
I tint Urn had angerrd Iter himbaml also
ly dmiiiliig ihort klilrts, nearlnc
bright I'lilmiil liiM ana atyllsli fiwt
Mueli Ado AlMiiit Nolliing.
London, (t. 3. lly A. .) Tlio
HiishIihi imle of pmct against a
blmliudii of thn Ibirdniirllea has
railsed mine surprUe in ufllrlnl quar
(era, a the IfrilUli giiveriiiiieiit haa
heard of no blockade and alronely
doubts wlii'lhrr there Is nny Junlifl
ration for protest. It Is cmioldcrrd
possible, however, that the allied
roiiiiiiander for military ronsldera-
lions, may have adopted inranurea of j
a hliH'kade character In the I bird a
The Turk Smoke K'aler
oprlh, lu:? )
' Constantinople, O. t. 3. One
thing the Turk want the alllea
to leave In Constantinople when
the time cornea for their evacua
tion the British fire engines.
Nearly dally the British army fire
department anvea the city from
ik-MUnctlon by fire, the motor ap
paratus iiienchlng the Incipient
conflagrations before they become
The Turks do not possess fire
fighting means. A group of bare
foot youths In pants and red
shirts, carrying a little two cnndlti
power hand pump loping down
tho street and crooning a low
monotone dirge is the fire signal,
and they are the Turk smoke
eaters enroute to the scene of the
Since the premises on fire are
regarded as Allah's desire for the
buildings to burn, the youths do
not pay much attention to the
fire End they concentrate chiefly
in picking up rare 'valuable sou
Tacoma. Wash., Oct. S. Mra.
Johanna Ryan hass pent her 10th
day In Jail here fur refusing to
algn her name to certain papers
that would effect a settlement of
community property between her
aelf and the husband from whom
she obtained a divorce in July.
Mrs. Uyan today reiterated liei
determination not to sign the pap
ers and Judge E. M. Card, whr
ordered her to append her sign
ture, said he would negotiate wit),
her no further but would permit
her to remain In her coll until she
bad changed her mind.
Farmer's Car Stolen. '
Beatrice, Neb., Oct. $. (Special.) '
car owned by Theodore H.isenour,
farmer living near PIckrell, was !
stolen from In front of the Mennonlte j
church here and was found on the
highway three miles northeast of i
Beatrice by Sheriff Emery, having
been stripped of tires.
When you own a
StcinTvay you own
the one piano for
which no excuse is
It stands supreme as the
standard piano of the
world. Since the days of
Mozart and preceding, it
has been the leader,
Tk tonal baauty of tha
Sleinway i not to ha had
in other inttrumenti it
ii tha ana Piano, whather
Grand or Uprifht, which
will lot through genera
tions. Your trtndthil
Irta' grand, hildren will
ha aMa to enjoy tha
rnaiia of tha Sloinway
you aurtkai today,
You may purchase new
ftclnway piano with h cash
deposit of in per rent und
fhe liitlHtive will extend
over a pcrii'd of three
year. I'-cil pUnoi ac
cepted in partial rt hat ire.
On t a .-fWaV,
ef 1 ti'tbii tJ "
Schnolle r & Mueller
I Road Inspector
Committee Report Heroin
j mend Few Specific
A fiinuuile of tlia American hU
cieiy of Civil Knglneera, called In
following tha cuniroversy over the
Piuer and Jobnsun paving at Nine
llrlh and Puclno streets, made Its
reiummendallona yesterday. They
were nccejiied by the county com
liilmoulieis. The rngmeera rwominend that
mora rare I taken In Inspection
w.nk, but on the mhole clear Wil
liam ("ampen. whose Inapvctnra drew
tire when tha Joint gid ronds com
mittee uight to force the cnlrnc
tors to lay another two ini hea of
coiicreia on the Iwisa of thn pnvlng
at a cost of $15. "no before It la sur
faced llh bliulllhlc.
A f"W speclllo improvements nia
rei niiiiueiided by I lie engineers' com
in 1 1 1 , btil no general Improvementa
which would Involve great ienae.
Thn rommltlee cmislsted of (ieurg
W. Hates. William tirant and Homer
A dispute over the aurfaclng now
ihrealena to result In court action.
Bauer and Johnson want In lay tha
bltulllhlc surface without the suier
vision of Warren brolheis, who con
trol the bltiilltlilc patent. County
coiiinilsMioners Insist that the pro
vision of the contract which culls for
this supervision lie observed. It la
said Bauer and Johnson would sava
$30,000 by laying the paving them
ae!es. Constantinople has a
with a medical faculty.
Fur Finds a Place on
Almost Every Wrap
And every individual model sounds a
pleasant note in the mode of this season.
That is to say each wrap is of such char
acter that the most discriminating of
women will want to wear it. Simplicity,
yes, but with the addition of certain
novel features which make them unusu
ally appealing and distinctive.
Priced Most Reasonably
Two New Arrivals
in Sorosis Footwear
-A tan Russia oxford has chosen the
slightly rounded toe with the shield tip,
light welt soles and military heel.
-A patent leather slipper is diown with
one instep strap, round toe, welt sole
t , i
ana military neei.
Silk Hose, $2.50
A heavy weight in
grain .silk hos with
a six thread top niul
jsoK of li! Thin
lne I'onu s in black
only and U famom
for it w fa ring
quality. A.-k for list
"Kieon tiipe' at
Maia I lf
Join the Auto Club and
Help Boost Good Roads
Gum h of All Nation
Pastor Make Talk Here
I'r. I- K. Helm, pastor cf tha
Chwth of All Nation, lioaton. ad-
!i1ie.d i ha annual niaa'lna; of
(Oinh City luiMlon at ha mission
I hesd'imniers. Twalfth and Paclfte
jsireeia, Monday night.
lr Helm, a nntlonal authority on
I ha "goJ will Indusi ry," urged
tablishment of sucli an arllvity In
(imsha. I'nder tha plan, the ml-
ton would collect old clothing from
'hoiiioa, mak It over Into waarahl
nriiienla and sell It. Tha industry
, would give rmplotment to peady
jlraona, their wsgea to t paid from
Mia of tha gnimeiila.
Ir. Helm slited Hint (her now
are 11 such orgnnlratlona function
log In cities of tbis country.
Merchant Marine Needed
hy Shipper. Say IMtiHimrrj
Kiitabllshment of the I'nlled flnles
merchant marina on a permanent j
busla so that American busliiesa may
leap It share, of foreign trade and
j commerca Ix-fora foreign shipping In-
tersla get m bold on oc.inlc truffle,
w.ia tha glsl of an address made yea
lerday hf )'.. . Plummer of Waah
Inglon, a roinmlsslnuer of H e V. ti.
shipping Nwrd, Ix.fora the I, ions club
In Hotel Kontcnell, Memliera of Die
foiclgn trade and rninmereo commit
to of the Chanilier of Cominerca will
hear Mr. Pluinmer Thursday noon In
the club rooms.
Owner of Theater Held
for Death of Girl Patron
Pittsburgh. Oct. 3. Ho Helvnlck.
one of (he proprietors of the Htrand
(healer III Hast Liberty, whera an
Kyear-old girl waa killed and many
other children Injured when th
foyer of the theater Collapsed Hep
(ember 52, waa ordered held on a
r hargo of mnnslaughler by a coroner's
Jury here tonight.
Creeping romper in
w hite or colored iring
harm, poplin, rro
l a r tuiiixiHik a n d
niadra. .Size one
nml two, in plain or
tund trimmed atvle.
Pricad. 80c to $3.50.
White eatr. l ST
it!rif4, rap, ncarf
tut nu!tep. ailia'le
nr In matched
Jr!eed raoal rrin
I Iowa CO. P. Meet
I'OO RepuMiram P!rdp Sup
port to Pemorratic
pea Molnt. I . Oct, I n"Iiltlnna
ware paused at a meeting of 200 Iowa
republican hera tbi afternoon de
nouncing Umllli W. Urookhart. repub
lican candldata for I'nllrd rtlalea aan-
ator, and pledging auppoit to Clyd
Herring, democratic candidal.
Plana for at.ua w'd campaign
among republicans, to lolt tha tan
dldacy if t'ol, lins'khart. who wu
lioniinaled over a field of five other
candidates at the June primary, war
An executive committee composed
of leader III the II congressional dls
trb ts of the atatn waa appointed with
power tu orgaiilw precliut roiiimit
(es for tha purM) of brlnulng about
the defeat of Col. Itrookhat't. W. II.
I'owell, editor of (he tOlumwa Courier,
was iiuinrd cbalrnmn i.f this coin
mIKee, Col. HiiMikhirt was iletiounced In
liaitliHlly every one of tha acora or
more aiM-ecbe made at today' liieel
lug as a rndlcal Willi wx-lalistlc sym
pathies. Herring was mil im nlloned by nam
In the resolution but was referred to
na "(ha only ctidld'i(a for l'nlt4
Kt'iles senator who I opposing o
Hhell Ilock, la., Oct. 3. Hmllh W,
Urookhart, republican candidate fof
United States senator. In a spee I
here, declared that tha bolter' con
ventlon in pes Molne represented it
one but themselves and Invited them
to do their worst.
Modeled of soft,
beautiful skins and
trimmed with the
finest quality skunk
collar and cuffs. 42
inch length specially
priced for $375.00.
Fur repairing and remod
elingexpert work at
Tomorrow m e a n s
that one had better
look over one's stock
of bedding and see
how it lines up for
the coming season.
We have here
Wool comforts (size
72 by 84), covered on
both sides with plain
sateen with fancy
$7.25, $9, $11.
Blankets in all-wool
and wool mixed of
an extra fine quality.
They may be in plain
with colored borders
or fancy plaids. In
double bed sizes.
$8.50, $10, $12 pair.
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