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THE BF.E: OMAHA. SATUBDAY. MAY 7. VHO.
Combine to Make the
World's Greatest Piano Sale
Saturday Hayden Bros, will place on sale the third shipment, consisting of 5 carloads cf grand and npright
pianos from the Smith & Nixon STOCK OF CINCINNATI. ALSO THS ENTIRE STOCK OF PIANOS,
PIANO PLAYERS AND INTERIOR PLAYER PIANOS OF THE PIANO PLAYER COMPANY OF OMAHA,
NEB. There is not an instrument in this stock but what WILL BE SOLD FOR LESS THAN HALF THE
PRICE A PIANO OR PLAYER OF CORRESPONDING QUALITY WAS SOLD FOR EITHER BY SMITH &
;.? ' frTJ'- c'"
From the Cleveland Leader
There's a MLiup In the Line Somewhere.
TROOPS CAILED 10 USE:
is thought If any of ths mm escaped death
from the explosion they were later suff't-
1 cated by hiiu-k. damp.
j Offioiale of the mmit say that according
3ilitia Ordered to Gael Disturbances 1 1' x-iir records niy no men are m ui j Tillers
Tn...,. Tli.-. 1 hiine, but as a number of minora were m-
us mi) mi j Arf ui 1 v, W
FARMERS STAND BY UNIONS'
DSTTCT lUOJI PITS
Slrtkara Hmk aa, abaft
Walkaat a Warkaca
a ad Farra
, ployd under the contract system tho lint !
, of names on their pay rolls Jims not in- I
; elude ail in the mine. The explosion is ;
supposed to hava been caused by one of !
the miners going into a sua pocket with a.',
i lighted lump.
1 At midnight rescue parties had reached I
I the l.H-foot level and had found eleven '
I A majority of tha miners vara working j
i in tha 2,J0-foot leval at the tima of the ex- j
piualon, and jt ; here tha: :t is expacted
tha other bodies will be f.mnd. None of I
tha bodies will be brought to the surface i
hack, rait far Jfllaa.
of the Soil Joia Jaaka
EESOLUTI03IS PLEDGE TSALTT
i Will Work Taarataaa t
Rlata ltd Liaartiaa af
fkn Basaaara Hiajalr
DAJTVILXj:. I1U. May l-W!th 300 troops
rest In- on their arms here, fully pri-
parwl to march on Westville, tha minin
sattlamant. at a moment's notice, a.l la
quiet thfi-9 and It is Iwdlevati it will not
ba neceaaary to send tha auldlera there to
mchC Howavar, !hertff Helmick la ap
prehensive end rather than take any
chances with tha foreign element at the
minaa will Insist that tha tr-xjpa ba kept i ""'n oco, r'r morning- and it
hera until ail si ens of trouble has disap
peared. Wstvllla bas been the scene of several
aemonatrattona. Thia aftarnoon the crowds
an the streets becama so ifreat tha stienff,
who had font there with his deputies,
f eared that If there waa an outbreak ha
would ba unable to copa with it, canne-
'inently ho railed Governor Deneen by long
9T LOn.',Maj ".-Organized labor and
organized farmera will worlt togathar beta
after In preserving tha righta and llher
ilea of hoth ciasaes of workers," U der tha
Droviainnfl of ;1 resnllirion unanimiuialif
BIRMIN.rHAM. Ala., May .-Forty-f!va i ....,,. ,h. ....,, , ....
white men a.nd between t JO and IK) negroaa
arn entombed in No. 1 coai mine at Palos
tonight J tha reeult of a terrihle explo-
lieved all are dead. Piins ib forty miles
west of Birmingham and tile minea are
i owned by tha Palos Coal and Coke rom
i pany of thia city. Two bodies were found
j early tonight, but ia eapei'ted that few of
them curl bo rwov-red before morning.
' Th Tames resulting from the explosion
j allot Into the air from tha slops for a dis
I tance of IH) Net and th shock waa felt for
I milea. Ttmbara from tha slops were hurled
Farmers' Educational and Co-Operative i
anion hrre today.
Tha arnilaiion between tha Amtrtc.ni
Federation of Labor ami ths Farmers'
union has het-n a favorite troject of surr.u, d I
Gompers, president of tha American Fi- der- i
ation of Labor, and ths adopt on of ihjj
resolution follows a four days' conference I
between Mr. Gompers, assisted b aaveraU !
labor leaders, and the farmers' committee. :
The resolution Is as follow:
"So far,- tha eanatitoiion o"id chartar)
of tha Salrmers' union permits, we pledge,
t our fellow workers in tndnatnal pu--!
su.ts our best efforts to tha end that their j
rights and libertiea, witu our own, shall ba
NIXON COMPANY OR THE PIANO PLAYER
COMPANY. YOU CANNOT AFFORD TO
PASS THIS OPPORTUNITY BY WITHOUT
AT LEAST INVESTIGATING THE TRUTH
AND SINCERITY OF THIS GRAND, ONCE
IN A LIFETIME OPPORTUNITY. NEVER
BEFORE HAS A FIRM PLACED SUCH LOW
PRICES ON REALLY HIGH GRADE STAND
ARD INSTRUMENTS. NEVER BEFORE
HAVE THE PURCHASERS OF HIGH
GRADE STANDARD INSTRUMENTS BEEN
OFFERED SO MUCH REAL QUALITY OR SO LOW A PRICE. NEVER BEFORE HAVE SUCH EASY
TERMS BEEN OFFERED THS PIANO BUYERS OF THE WEST. Remember that while the prices are the
lowest ever offered and the terms the easiest, HAYDEN BROS. GUARANTEE ABSOLUTELY THE QUALITY
Or THE PIANOS AND EVERY STATEMENT THAT MAY BE MADE THE PURCHASER BY THE SALES
MAN. If at the end of a reasonable time any fault i3 found with the- instrument purchased that cannot be satis
factorily remedied, Hayden Bros, cheerfully, gladly and willingly will take back the piano or player and return
every cent that has been paid upon it Bear in mind the purchaser during this sale takes no chances for he is
(fuaranteed perfect satisfaction and the best that money can buy or he is not out one cent. During THIS SALE
the working power of your dollar will show its greatest purchasing' capacity. A small payment down, balance to
suit your own convenience will bring the highest grade standard piano into your home where every member of the
family will be the beneficiary. Don't forget the time, Saturday, May 7th, at 8 A. M. in Hayden Bros. Warerooms.
During this sale you may purchase Grand Pianos as low as $250.00. Uprights as low as t40.C0. Interior
Xe II 13 J
distance telephone and asked for tmira
Company I of Danville and Comnanv M several hundred f.-et from its mouth, and?
of Champaign wera ordered to nrenar. for i r,n'ks fr ,m ,he r"" uf tn "'"P CV"J l
a trip to Westvllle. The Danville company ' mna maaa 0,p!' w tn" "ouin airncuit. ! preserved.
ia under arms at Uio armory and tha ! Th" fan ma-'";n,Ty waa badly damaged, i "Our officers are authorized and directed
Champaign company arrived on an inter- ' hllt a,r bvtn pump,Hl 11,10 lh" mine tQ" ! to confer with the offic rs of bun fldo
urban ear thia evening. They are mobilised nlKnt ""P"9 thc um t tha men are ! organised lab.ir organlaat:ona to this end.
suit a:ive. i -vt pletlga ourselves to gtva preference
I nesments Degan to do what they could ta i to the products of the Industrial worked
Rs Kansas Ml as. ) rneve the men. Dut tha reiier train arrived who mamrest their lntelllgenca to protect
PITTSBPrUJ, Kan.. May i A mob of m Paioa Cr"'n Birmingham shortly after ' themselves by organ-ration and U Kg ra
ti striking miners mostly ' foreutners " ""S"' pnysicians ;knn sur- ; ciprocai purcnaaea or prouueta or unita
raided tha strin mines of the riemns r,,' a"oua. four undurtaJiBra and a number of
Piano Players $1C3.00, Piano Players from S25.C0 up.
armory awaiting uio call of the
company, sotKti of here, yesterday and
i. special helpers.
"Our legialat.ve committees are nt dged
by threata forced tha miners thure to stop la" tlr"t re9cu,M"" wh, wont into tho 10 co-operate with the similar officers and
work and to ahandun tha workings. j mlna after the explosion were overcome by j committees of organised labor tj g euce
Tha raidera then broke the pumps of the ' ,'unP an'' l,ad to ba crr,(Ht "ut- Mr a,U!h T9lM and rnnatory li g:.atlon aa
mlna. dismantled tha gaa engines and threw' Ru,:,' wa among the first to entr and may be nm-esaary 10 o mserva th rights
tne wreckage into tha pit. Threatening tha I tt''r Wl,rkin n" w a' 1M tPet tile : and freedom to which the workers, as me 1
miners wirh. death if they should return to ""P"' ,""nd ,h" !M"!on,1 riht eavad and dtiaans. are entltl d undar tha ii-
; in. in iu uouma r-coverea tonight were! itut.on or tna Lnited t sates. '
1 in the main slope. Officials of tha Farmers' union d cU.-a
' laliatlaa at Caaltal. the afriiatlon has no poiltii-al stgni.M a -e.
WASHINOTON". May . When members j F: esldent C. 8. Bare tt Issuing a blenaJ
of ouugroaa heard of the disaster their ' statement to that erect tonight. P aside t
thoughts turned at once to the measure ' Gompers 's elated over the adoption of th
now in conference for tha creation of a 1 resolution. The Farmers union claims a
work, tho raiders next mart-tied on tho
mires of tha Clierokee-PlttaOuig Coal com
pany, nearby. Here they found ouly the
engtnamen and pumpman working, tiie
miners being on strike. The englnemen and
pumpmen wera driven from the workings
and threatened with violence if thuy dared
to return. Eight mines in ad a era visited ;
by tha mob. -
American strikers are said to have led j
tha foreigners In their attack. The exacu- ;
tive board of the United M.ne Workers in '
this district tonight deprecated the raids
and declared they would do all in their
power to bring tha offenders to justice.
Dlnatne ta lens.
DEa MOINES, May 1-Tlm joint scale j
committee of mn his and operators rani
siuarely up against a snag again when the '
nireteanth general reauluuon. In which the
operand's are mak:ng their strongest stand
for the Incorporation of disciplinary meas- ;
urea, cam up for discussion. The opera- I
tors wouid amend tne old agreement, which
yiuldes that whenever a miner employed 1
i 4 day laborer refuses to work on ac
count ef grievances, and suuu actlun caused ;
tha mine to shut down, each person slia.l
ba fined t? a day. They wouid make it
applicable to all miners aa well. After sev
eral hours the ma'ter was referred to the
jieoial suncommitu'e. The joint scaia cam-
mlTtas dodged the home rent ttuesiiou ahil
rearrred it to a spec.ai suOconimlUea to
Mr. Bryan Tells j
About His Tour
in the Southland!
Ia SpetcJx Before, Palimpsest Club He
Describe! Opportunities far Cap
ital and Brains.
every cent of toll thai would be collected
by thia country through tha canal would
be paid out again- by tha shippers on tho
transcuntinentai rallroada. If ao toll is
charged, argued Mr. Bryan, there would
bo no possibility of talk for the establish
ment of other canaia by other countries,
tha United States would hava supreme con
trol. He urged that tha eanal should ba
a gift to tha world by tha United States.
bureau of mines in the Interior depart
ment. -Senator Scott, who hud ona.ie of the bill
n the senate, immediately took steps to get
the conferees together for rhe adjustment
of the differences between the senate and
tha house. Tha hill will become a law as
soon aa the conference rwport is adopted
and the ac ia signed by the president.
membership of J.OW.'iM.
United States Senator 8. L. Oven of
Oklahoma, was the princlpa' spetaar at
tonight's sessMin of tha farmers' rally. He
spoke in favor of ths establishment of a
department of public health at Wa hlng
Bee Want Ads Wul boost your business.
mix unERt nii.nr i ratr
Eslaaiaa Holds T wa Haodrad Hts
la Maaaesa Msslssi.
FALOi. A. a-. Miy . .Ml hope that any
ot tha forty-five wiute ami Uitf negro min
lrs entombwt in Mine No. i of the Paios
r.ial and Coke coniuany. as tne resuit of a.i
explosion in thfl mine tins afternoon, may
ba raocued ailva has been abandoned. It
AHRZSTED AT IMiTIATION.
BUT IT PP.CVES A REALITY
Kaasua ( Itr Wis Thiakjs it m Jake,
bat Later He la t barged with
KANSAS CITT, May C As he was en
tering Cunvnulion hail here today to be :
initiated Into a local lodge. T. F. Benton of
Hamilton, Mo., was arrested, charged with
haiyig k:!ied a man in the old Indian ter- j
ntory In WT.
Bonton had hardly stepped inside the
ha. I when he w as stopped by a police of- ,
f'.cer and a pair of handcuffs was clasped '
on his rj. He thought the handcuffing
was a f.taturg uf the ; nidation.
Taking Benton by the arm tho officer
led him to a pnvai mum and there con
fronted hini with an indictment charging
him with killing Calvin- Burtun over two ,
years ago. I
A persistent cough siiouid not ba neg
lected. Chamberlain Cough Remedy wul
WOMAN'S SrU STGCKINGS
NOT FOR THE NEW MINISTER
raa7 Week Dmh'1 s silk Haary
T. -. Sa Ha Bare Eighteaa
Pairs af Hlajk-Toppani Bsota.
NEW YORK. May 1 Former Governor
Henrv T. Oage of California, newly ap
pointed minister to Portugal, sailed for his
poet today on tha steamship George Wash
ington and with him went eighteen pa.rs of
h.gh-tapped boots. The former guvernor s
fondness for high-topped boots is well
known and before departing he tiid what
prompted him to take so many. Ha aaud:
"When tha announcement that I waa ap
pointed was printed a man in London sent
; me a prospectus ot women a silk stockings,
' lavender dancing pumps snd boys' size
vcvet pants and thought I'd order some.
It msda me so angry that I sent out snd
had eighteen new psirs of top boots made.
Think r m going to change my habits naw?
Not much' They laugh at my boots, hut
I mv boots have been good fnsnds of mine
i and I don t see why I should go back on
1 them. Fee tne Portuguese court I got all
I kinds paient leather, tan, red and ordinary
! black ones."
m mipsawsar esnwaiii I lei ilj 1 iiil,aaili III u " mill 1 aieaseeaaaaeaasseaa8eeaaaasaje
E- , iri.W.! - V ---.fcT1- W &-mjSt-t..b - n.-Shg4Hl ;S HIWIIM.MI. I m WT I I II
I mmm v-rne"- $'J..&.?',-'1 v- -11 ni - a-.lwjtM(nfcr j(yx.-w,w-i. 'm'u'f-H" -v av --s i
f mmm mi
rx 'Wits vL
Wg&h to-;- ll
W. J. Bryan was tho guest at the dinner
given by the Palimpsest eiub at the Omaha
club last evening. After the dinner he en
tertained fifty members with a description
uf his recent travels through doutii Amer
ica. He particularly emphasised that
South Anierlra has a great future, being a
country ready for development, and urged
that tho United States lend all tha aid
puselble in assisting in that development.
Mr. Bryan waa axeeedmgiy optimistic
over the deelre of tho country to adopt
tha educational methods of the United
.-Hates and pointed out ne mutual advan
tages that might ba derived If Una coun
try would do ail in its power U encourage
the growth of North American educational
system in that eounrry.
In boli. Peru. Uiaztl and Argentina
in eager desire waa prevalent to adopt aa
aiany of this country methods of com
merce and education as possible. He said
tha wish to teach the English language
in tna schools showed that tno eotintry
was attempting to get tna benefit of tha '
progress ot tiio i. nited Si a las. Especially
in Chill, Bolivia, and Peru ara great op-1
portunitiaa which migiiC ba taasn advantage
of by peupie in tha United Siataa who wish I
to Invent brains and capital. Ha said the i
entire country la on the verge ot a forward '.
movement In commercial development and
ou.ed tu tins country 'J sxund 4 d in '
reaiiaing it ,
Tilling men of South Amerina, aro being ,
sent to this countri' to study our ways j
of doing business: our schools and our in-
jtitutlons Mr. Bryan espiained. and those j
wnu have returned aro enthusiastic over
the United States a.id seem to hava but '
one aim. and that ia to bring about similar i
ciMiditiona at heme.
an incrausa In tha population at South ;
Ameries, in tna neat oeniury to a lutai
which would ezneed ll6.-JUB,uua was pre- !
dieted, and in order to attain tins increase,
Mr. Bryan said, that eountry will bo ta
j Europe in the next hundred year what thia
country haa been in the 'ast hundred years
-an abiding place for European immi
! grants. There is much undeveloped land
j Yosaa; Oirla .-an-.; Board Bills.
. FORT DO DOE. Ia.. May Special Tele
j gram. I Two pretty 17-year-old glria. called
I Vera Hammitt and Evelyn Dewey, wars
i brought to tha city today by a deputy
sheriff when located at Des Moines and
I were fined tLO and costs for living at the
! Crawford hotel and jumping Mielr board
! bill. While hero previously they figured
in a sensational runaway In which Evelyn
i Dewey was seriously hart. It Is thought
Vera Hammitt ia Vera Knotrs. daughter of
C. D. Knotts, a former South Dakota
editor, who Jumped a ditching contract
here. Kvelyn Dewey is said to be a niei:e
of ths mayor of Gary. Ind. Both a.-o in
the aounty Jail.
ALL CENSUS REPORTS FALSE
Flgarea Pabliahrd la Cevtala 1re
Daaara Abaalatrly Wltaaat
WAiSINGTO.V. May . "Any report ap
pearing in any newspaper or otherwiso to
tho effect that the census bureau has re
ceived any advance returns of the census
of 1910 or haa given out any Information
regarding tho population of any place based
on the returns of the enumerators Is wholly
This was tho forma! declaration made to
day by C. Dana Durand, director of the
census. In a statement sent to tha As
sociated Press and accompanied by a nota
saying, "Please use the enclosed as widely
as poHBitote, and aa fully aa you can and
oblige the director of tho ernstia."
ENGINEER D1ES IN WRECK
J.iaia Meforsilrk Klltae) !"aar riartana.
Iowa, Whan Tsala la
FORT DODGE. Ta.. May . -Special Tels
gram.) Engineer John McCormick of ths
Great Western road died shortly after be
ing caught under his engine when taking a
fast extra freight east today, as a meat
train between Omaha ami Chicago. A
spread rail probably caused the wreck. Just
easl of Clarion, which derailed sixteen ears
and the engine. No others were injured.
Bee Want Ads m tsxiHt your business.
No matter what other
brands he handles,! every
; d ealer will supply the
:.? a ass s at A) si al el at a
His customers can t be switched they know that a V
I nickel is only doing its utmost when it gets an Owl. i
For thirty years the quality and the sales have been
f 1 sustained. "Three millions a week" proves the merit.
Now made In two shapes.
The Perfeclo you know.
The Corona Is new.
waiting for the touch of ti'.Vrs of tho siU,
which will biosaom snd bioom when actual
work of reclaiming it is begun.
thile will become a manufacturing coun
try. Mr. Bryan claiming that its natural
water powers are bound to produce results
in tnat line.
Mr. Brvan waa also enthusiastic over the
Panama canal and introduced hta remarks
with a review of the work that bail been
done and what Ma sshisvement meant.
, not only to this country, out to tha coun
tries of the world.
The construction of tha eanal waa a
gigantic piece of orb by man. He said
that there wes nothing intricate in its con
atructiftn that it was slmpie enough but
trial it was a great, big job. He said t.iat
i when in first ship went through, he was
j interested enough in the gi eai project to
j want to be on, that ship.
j "ne of ths angles of the work on the
i big ditch snowed to Mr Brian that Amer
ican met nods can bring sbaut eumfortabie
j conditions moat anywhtre. He described
I the sanitary conditions under which the
i huge force of man worked; how tha rat.o
! cf a-ekneas and death was below the mui.-
mum and haw tha effect of i.'ie methods
1 empioyi d was spreading to tha natives ut
tha surrounding territory.
Mr Bean declared biameif in favor nt
fa free ca.ial. Ha sa.d it was not puiicy
for this eiiiifltrr ta auaiga toil for passag
Lh rough. ttm tig titcg ?s ooiapietad. as
f " r: ' The Perleclo you Know. I
tfcy The Corona Is new.A rX':Su f:
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