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TIIH OMAHA SUNDAY I'.KK
Eten President Admit He Is Man!
f TitM. anilit? Followine I
Treat with Japan.
UNSTABLE VESSEL TURNS
TURTLE AT CHICAGO DOCK
WITH LOAD OF VICTIMS,
tContlniK-d tram I'sge On.!
TO DEDICATE THE
mnrr otiiers away, n rir
j nn II when the accident occurrr-d.
I Amom thoe rrer.Ufd was W. J.
: !!...,,- jit. ttana TniM. an elco-
DARE NOT PUT ARMY IN FIELD i ,rl,.ftI enKinr. and cousin of the iat LOCAL PRIESTS WILL ASSIST
(1u4 A. nunnndan. who. tth his
iaiade to Lead, way to Uootl baep
herd Home, Where Magnificent
Structure it Being Built.
IN A DISASTER
Continued from Pase One.)
(Correspond-nee of toe Associated I'rese
FEKlNil. July . llmraliy itod
conieaalona of China's weakness and hu
mllmtlon In asrcelng to the Ji an.ee de
mands, appear n. only in tl n wspa
oara. but In high official docaownts which
are attractlug gcnexal notice among wio i ,n ,hc
the Chinese an J forrlpm re. r or inianT,
a presidential pr lanitlon which was
Issued Immcdiatel after the alanine of
tho new treaties with Japan. says, "we
are ashamed f the hurailiaUoa" and
thr-rewlth the i resident goes bo far as M
add, "and I tc?l that I am a man of
little virtue and ability.
Q.ioltng more fully, the proclamation
wife, lot their lives In the iguana nia i
There - evetity-two rtvn In the
crew of the Knstland. and all of thfin
were reported to hr.ve caied hy ewlm-mina-
tn Ihe wharf I Later they aided
tnptnln and Mete Arretted.
Captain lUrry 1'edTscn and llrit
Mate Uell Klsher of the Eastland, were
Vla'd under arrest by Flrat Deputr
, Huperlniendint of Police B-huettler.
I When firemen chined and forced
j their way through the side of the hull of
1 the overturned boat thy found bodlca
' t.Ued upon one another Use so many
The cornerstone of the ne
the Histt-rs of Oood Ht.epherd will l
laid by Right Rev. Klchnxd Fcannell. as
sisted by the prlcats of parishes of
Greater Omaha, ths nftcrnoon al 4
alowly but steadily towards Its left aide.
Children climbed the skirts of mother,
and sisters to keep from falling. The,
wholii carso was Impelled towards the.
falling side vt the rtilp. Water then
brrnn to enter lower porthole, and tha
w chapel of ror" snapped off the piers to which th
veeei wee ilea. t
"creams from passengers attracted the
nttenllon of fellow excursionists on the
wharf awaiting; the neit steamer. Wharf-
men and pleknlcners soon lined the edge
o'clock. The tonveni oi -too., r-, .,..... (( cmtankmc.nti out help
Misters Is situate,! at roruem am. , ,,.. towr(1 tUe wavering steamer.
streets, building and ground is King in
tl.out ten acres. The Oood hhepherd Sis
ters came to South Cmiaha In the year
ISM. buying proi-erty which Is now sd
Jsoent to the Hurling' on depot, oon
afterwards Kdward llayden boiRht a
tract of land on south Port let h street,
built a wall around It and donnted It to
th Bisters of Good Shepherd. iney
In the world dtelres to ' f merchandise. They began tak- to 0maha to their present Iocs,
"Every notion I
protect it cwa rights arl lrMlt
BcnliiPt tbe aggression of aliens, but only
ihoi-e whHh l.ave a rood Internal ad
ministration can. resist asenrse om with
t iitl . .1 lumi r'lilnn went to
powers, but swing Ao I w"" J ,iA
r one reot atremrth I nwnirn rvouveen or into wrm
Ing them out and plai-lng them upon the
tus Itsclne. which stood alongside, and
, from there they were placed on streUhers
1 and carried ashor.
! As fast ss bodies were taken on the
lion In the year 1'ion. crectli.g what Is
known as th children wing of the
Slip Dona Floors.
Tor nearly five minutes the ship turned
before it finally dived under the swift
current of the river, ' which, owing to
the drainage canal sfstet. flows from
the hike. During the mighty turning of
the ship with Its cartfo of humanity life
hosts, chain and other loose appurten
ances on the decks slipped down the
sloping fioors, rrusjilng th passengers
towaid the rising water, s
Then there was a plungs with a sigh
A balloon ascension was followed by a
slide for life from the highest building
In town. A big bowery dance erected on
Main street furnished entertainment for
th rest of the evening.
On Fr'dajr morning varied entertain
ment was followed by a burro riding
contest. After lunch came the free at
tractions, and then the ball game between
Cedar Bluffs and Wahoo, which went
is and one-ha'.f Innlngat resulted In a
2 to 0 core In favor of Cedar Bluff. thu
gam being called on account of rain.
Auto polo drew a great crowd.
Mew Xwtes f West Point.
WB3T POINT. Neb.. July . (Special.
Fatlier A. EX Klemem, assistant paster
of Bt. Mary' church, performed a mar
riage ceremony Wednesday, uniting Jamei
Fay of Morchead. Minn., and Mis Emma
II. D. Thedens' of Hooper.
Word was received here Friday of the
death of Harris H. Freese, which oc
curred at Washington a few days ago
Mr. Free i e was, at one time many years
ago, superintendent of the public schools
of West Point
It Is rumored, that Henry Kuhle. of
Nw-tn Kin., a former resident of
West Point, ha bought the marbl and
monument bulnea of Joseph WosVwpr.l
of this plsce. '
Richard Camp and Miss F.Ua Herrmann
were married by Rev. M. Ixlmer of the
Oerman Iyiitheran church. Attending
them ware Ernst Herrmann and Miss
t,1v Wire Provra Fatal.
GRAND ISLAND, Neb., July 24.-M.
L. McClaln. a lineman, aged 3R, was
electrocuted late yesterday at Boelus In
making a connection for th l E. Myers
Construction company, which. Is doing
the work for the Central Tower company
In tapping ths Loup for water power.
He took hold of the wrong wire
McClaln has a wife believed to be Hv.
Ing In Ml'eatrlre. He was sn gaged by th'
Myers company only a few day ago.
Minor Contest In Court.
PIKRRB. B. n., July 24. (Special Tele
gram.) liquor license contest from
Aberdeen ha reached th court and
argument were presented today- on thfc
appeal by the liquor Interests.
Fireman Finds Body
That of His Sister
'CHICAOO. July 24 When ' Major Mo
Govern, a city fireman, reached a body
floating In the river which h had ben
ent to rescue, he discovered It to be thst
of his slster-ln-lsw. Mis Catherine Fher
ldan. H brought h body to th bank
and carried it In hi arm to a tempor
ary morgue. '
Two worr.en were rescued alive by
divers from a stateroom In which they
had been Imprisoned for nearly six houm
They were In uch a condition the r
name coctd not b learned.
OteNEVA (Via Pari), July H.-A dl
patch to the Tribune, from Milan says:
"Many persons arriving at Milan st .
that after severe flghtipg the Hall
troops have taken Gorilla."
war with foreign
lark of knowledge
we met on both occasions with grave
disaster, losing great prtlleges and pay
ing hundreds of million of dollars In
"The heart of th people wai then
aroused, and had , commenced lefonit
with on accord w would have boen
strong and powerful. But as soon a the
trDiibl was over, w Indulged agnln In
all kind of ileasures. forgetting all the
farmer humiliations. I. being awar of
the critical situation f thl country, hav
adopted a peaoeful policy with Ihe hope
that fh foundation of our nation may
still be consolidated. Yet sU the time
loknt people hav started sod It Ion and
disturbance In many places, ready to
make themselves tool of th enemy.
"tnfrtunately th European war broke
oui and the China-Japanese question
arose. For months th ministry of for
eign affairs negotiated with th Japa
nese minister In Peking, and now th
treaty has been signed. With regard to
th details of the negotiation, th min
istry of foreign affairs ha already pub
lished a report Although thera I hop
for the restoration of Kiao-Chow bay.
o9r right ' and prlvlege tn southern
Mancburla hav sufferoJ enormously.
Wc are ashamod of th humiliation, but
should w blame other while w our
selves ar at fault? Our own weakness
has Invited th Insult and I feel that I
am a man of llttlo virtu and ability.
However, w hav no light to stak th
ci!ten; of the nation; therefore, w
har to work out our salvation with
"If w can remember our past ml
. take and b warned, and. resolve to
tear th pernkiou rut of languishing,
then w can still hop for a strong
Cblna. Th people should absolutely re
frain from letting loos their passion
and aeting like mad men. Renumber
the mistakes of 1 and 10. '
Another e sample of thl same sort of
frankness I found In an appeal for oer
taln reform made to President Tuan
Bhl-kal by the national censors. This
document, entitled "Th Salvation of th
Nation,"-seem to vole th opinion of all
th leading peopl of China, and la being
widely printed and circulated through.
out th provinces. It says. In parti
Th rttrsen of thl country hav com
1 to understand 1 that Imminent danger
threaten ths existence of this nation.
After th war at.Tslngtau, th Japan
demands came. For month th govern
ment carried on negotiations with great
rare, and finally we have accepted th
demands, A th caus can b traced
to tha accumulated weakness of th lata
regime, we do not Intend to blame our
diplomats for their failure. Th demand
ar so cruel and far reaching that hero-
after our country will b faced with
trem difficulties and danger all
XatU Paslsj Tbrwwsb Crisis.
"This country Is passing through a
Ings. or the stretcher set down on the
streets, where score of physician and
volunteer recurr began attempt at
Bodies were removed to downtown
morgues tn wagon loads, where clothing
(if Ihe dead were examined tn an at"
tempt to Identify them. Flxty per cent
of the dead were women, a deputy cor
Faces of the women nor th appear
ance of a desperate struggle for lire. tUcn feeling th need of a ultaW
om were scratched and clawed, their ftl ln wr.r.hin .nii havln obtained the
clothing was torn and their face bruised. m,rn,ii from their irw-
preacnt tnMldlng that same year. In l4 f air escaping from th hold, mingled
two othir wings of the building were j w 1 1 ti crying chaldren and sinleks of
i reeled. women and tho ship was on the bot-
Count John A. Cn-lghton In hi will left : torn of the river, casting hundreds of Us
the Platers of Good Shepherd I1J0.00O in ; passengers Into the water,
property holding and money. Fromthlsj Many sank, entangled with clothing and
and Its Increase In value and other I hundules and did not rise, but scores
smaller gifts from time to time they j came to the surface, giving the river the
have been ablo to finance the erection i appearance of a crowded bathing beach,
of tholr present building. Many seized floating chairs and other
From tho time tho Kisiers of Good ! objects. Those on shore threw out rope
Bhephcrd came to Omaha until the' and dragged In those who could hold the
present they have housed and sheltered life Hue. Employe of commission firm
100 girls, all this without asking , or rc- , with houses along the river threw crate.
calving any state aid as other reform ' cnicnen cooo ana omer noaiaDis tningl
schools of th stat have received. Thejln'o the current, but most of these were
swept away by the stream.
Dosen are lret.
Dosen of passengar rescued from the
river suffered from shock, bruises or
more serious hurt, and were taken to
hospitals. Among th Injured are the
Miss Lillian RUdner. 21.
miss Li I lie nut (on.
Mrs. John rVhlehmnea,
Mia Beasle Wood. 22.
Mrs. John Rraidsch, 23.
Paul I'ngulch, 2S.
Mlsa Htella hmlth. 19.
Mlsa Marie Plamondon. 11.
Mlsa Vera I'lwnondon, It, sister of
Peter Pots, J Internal injuries,
John Tovlsh, to, hurt Internally, con
Mrs. Mary Cooley, 90, and ' lS-month-old
Mrs. Margaret O'Brien.
Officers of the United Charities, an
Institutional member of th Red Cross,
took Immediate step to relieve suffer
ing among the Injured and relative and
friend of the dead.
John 3. O'Connor, dUrlct ssoretary
of the Red Cross, was ln charge.
. None of the officers or department
head of th Western Klectrio oomrany
were on the Kastland when It over
turned, according to an announcement
from th office of th company today.
Direr Ksplorlac Hall.
For the flrat two hours attempt were
made to revive every person taken from
the wreck. Then, a the hoe)essness of
resuscitating later victim bee am ap
parent, divers were summoned to explore
th depth f th boat Equipped with
rope, they groped their way Into th j
Innermost recesses of th hull. Kvery
other minute their assistants were sig
nalled to "pull and another victim was
added to the number of dead. It was the
results, of the diver' work that caused
th coroner and police to estimate th
amount above 1,000.
Pollc and fir tug organised, th river
eraft into a rescue fleet. Boat were
directed' to -cruise down th river and
watch for bodies, and th sanitary canal
trustees were asked to close th dam at
Lockport, 1IL. thus abutting, off th cur
rent of th river In order to aid In thl
Rumor th disaster spread rapidly.
It full significance was realised when
motor trucks, piled high with blanketed
forma, rolled through th "loop" district
to morgues and undertaking establish
ments. "If worse than the Iroquois." was
th word that went about th streets, and
rlors, began to break ground last fall
to the north of the present building for
a chapel, which Is now under way. It
will be a very spacious structure, 11-6x160
feet, costing when completed In the
neighborhood of $200,000, and promising
to be one of the finest church buildings
In the west.
The Catholic men of the different par
lohes of Greater Omaha to show their
appreciation of tqo good work of the
Isters wUl hold a large parade on Bun
day afternoon, starting at Tavnty-fourth
and, Farnam atrects, at t o'clock and
marching to Fortieth and Jone street
to be present at the laying of the cor
nerstone, which will take place at 4
o'clock p. ra. It Is expected that some
S.0.O men from the different parloho ot
Greater Omaha will be ln the line of
Established la France.
The Order of the Good Shepherd was
founded in France In 1641 and established
;lt first branch In the United State at
Louisville In 1843. In U84 Bishop Bcanncll
Induced the order to open a branch in
Omaha. During th first few years the
isters occupied a large frame bulldtnf
west of South Omaha. The present home I
at Fortieth and Jackson streets was pro
jected In 1900, with the financial support
of generous friends. The original build
ing ha had various additions made to
I It In the last fifteen yeais, chiefly through
the legacy of the late Count Cielghtou,
making It the most commodious of its
class In th west. Th chapel now un
der way will put the finishing touches
on tha original plan.
Many erroneous ideas prevail regarJ
lDg the Good Shepherd home and lis
Object. Th home Is a reformatory for
women and girls who have fallen Into
vll way and who desire- to lead honor
able live. All such a desire shelter and
need a helping hand receive both. The
slaters do not ask who Is at fault It
is sunfflclent for them to know that the
unfortunate dVslre to lead a better Ufo.
No restraint are placed dn inmates of
legal age. They may go when they
please. Only those under age placed ln
th horn by parents or guardian ar
required to remain In the home.
The essence of reform In this as ln all
rcformatorloe Is useful employment Mind
and hand must be occupied re dull evil
most difficult and critical period and w ! Immediately th city went Into mourning,
should not fold our hand and wait fori l Parka aaa Theater Cloa.
destruction to com. W should work Tn American and Federal league baa
together with on. accord and for th. U off. many thea-
salvatlon of th. nation. W. th. nnounced that thrtr door, would be
dosed tonight and churcheseummoned
following suggestions: I . . ' , - ... .... -
Th. military .xpendllure. should be " . , " ' .
to Repel Any Firing
Across the Border
SAN ANTONIO, Tex.. July 24. Defi
nite orders have been received from
Washington by Major General Frederick
Funston, commanding the border troop
to repel ny firing Into American terri
tory ln fighting threatened between
Carranxa and Villa force at Nogale
WASHINGTON, July 24,-General Tun-
ston's orders to repel any firing Into
American territory ln fighting along
the Mexican border are the most draatlo
the war detriment has yet given for
protection of Americans In Naco or No
gales or any other place where they ar
endungered hy battles between the Mex
ican factions Just over the line.
It Is understood that both Carranxa
and Villa have been notified that tha
United States will use force to prevent
harm to Americans through any viola
tions of the so-called neutrality agree
ment by which Brigadier General Scott,
chief of staff of the army, got th fac
tions to agree not to battle where their
fir would fall over th border. . .
General Funston's order do not mean
that he must send United State troop
over the border into Mextcot Official
hav previously emphasised that re
pelling the Mexican fir by foro I tn
no sense an Invasion of Mexloo. It
would really be considered a a law
ful act to repel Invasion from Mexloo.
U forced to act General Funston prob
ably would -place his artillery in po
sition to drive the Mexican faction so
fur from the bordor that American ter
ritory would not be threatened by their
CEDAR BLUFFS HARVEST
FESTIVAL DRAWS BIG CROWD
CEDAR R LUFFS, Neb., July K (Spe
cial ) Oed.tr Bluffs held Its annual har
vest festival here on Thursday and Fri
day. Thursday morning the Cedar Bluff
band gave a concert on Main street fol
lowed by a trapese performance. After
lunch game the foot races followed by a
ball game. Cedar Bluffs against Mora
Bluff, whlc h was won by the home team,
t to 1. the game going thirteen Innlngm
Colored and Novelty
at Vz to Va Regular Prices
Our whole stock ia affected, these
few examples giving a fair idea of
the savin crs:
36 to 40-Inch Embroidered Voiles,
75c, 85c, $1, $1.25 values
now - 49S 59 69 a Yard
, 36 inches wide
73c quality, Monday, 59c
The July Forecast, of
is attracting much interest It was
presented more as an advance display
of coming styles, but it has developed
many purchases by women who desire
the very choicest of dress.
"We announce that prices of models
shown in this Forecast are the samo
sas during the regular season.
Suits 325.00 to $75.00
Dre'sses, $18.75 to $55.00
A-fFAJun. BECTxoirs -szcovT) r&ooa.
offer comfort to th living. Flag were
lowered to half-mast and mourning ym-
reduced and reform Introduced in th
army. The .tandlne army of thli i coun- vr( 0B m, bualnea.
iry i w, men, " tahllahment.
I160.000.Oj. (Mexican) which figure, ar Qny cloud- tht overtlUnc th,
ona-thlrd of th total rvenu of th rfty w,r Jn ,h dRjr gww heavier to
government It 1 most unsatisfactory noon yJ r .temdy orUile turned
to not that when trouui cam we . . m -,.. t thtt wreck held
dared not put this army In th. tteld
against ur enemy
Three Guardsmen .
Are Before Court
habits. Lundry work, sewing and varl
ous domestlo arts, besides regular school
lesson constitute th routine of Ufa In
th horn. Th horn ha no aelf-sus-talnlng
fund and comparatively llttl In
voluntary contributions, consequently it
must depend on the work of the Inmates
for maintenance. The sisters devote their
Uvea to the cause wholly without worldly
recompense. Their sole reward Is the
Whatever gain come from th labors of average goodness -every day that
sister and Inmate goea to Improving Will be Set down by the ReCOrd-
th horn and enlarging It usefulness sg Angel.
Thus It la not only a practical charity,
maintained without expense to the com- i
munlty, but on which redound to the
honor and aelf-sacriflc of womankind.
The Last Week of
The July Clearance
Sale of New
Summer Dresses cost but
a trifle when one can pur
chase materials, for so little
as these for Monday:
38 and 40-in. Fancy Printed
Dress Voiles, floral and
stripe effects, 25o quality,
. Monday' - 19 a Yard
27 and SO-in. Dainty Fancy
Printed Batistes, Tissues,
Dimities and Linettes, all
this season's patterns, 15o
to 30c quality, .
Monday - lSVaYard
27 and 36-ln. Drew Of pea, plain,
And fancy Bulling!, and Windsor
Pllssa Crepes, ln a large ranga
of styles and color combinations,
worth up to 80a yard,
Monday ... 15 a yard
checks, stripes and plaids, all
clean, regular goods, ln light and
dark patterns, regular 15c qual
ify, Monday - . 1Q a yard'
BSots, Pumps, Colonials, Oxfords
July Clearance Sale
$5 to $6 Values
Newest Models s
$6.50 to $9.00
Only on trouble
not all sizes in every
style. Find your size
and save money. v
A TRADE PARADOX
Price of tea soaring. Price of Shoes takes a clip.
Yes, in spite of higher
cost for leather, we've
sliced off a big part of
tho regular price of all
our remaining summer
shoes for women.
Our sales corps is
trained to fit each
foot with shoes of
correct size and
' Being good one day in the week
isn't going to save you. It's your
CLEAR LAKE, la.. July 24.-1 Special.)
Three member, of th Second Iowa
regiment know what a ummary court
la and th severity with which It sdjnln
IsUrs Justice. Lieutenant Colonel Bailey
of Sheldon 1 Ui court Judge. Today
three nwmbers of the reglrnent were
brought bttfor , him, one charged with
bootlegging, two with Intoxication. Th.
bootlegg'ir waa sent tj the guard house
fur ft. .balance of tn. encampment, con
fined to hard labtr; the Intoxicated men
attic Uiio. Jy,W the guard house
at hard labor.
private John Urown of . Sheldon was
sent to his home on account of a bad eye.
A red hot cinder struck th y nd It
is feared that the eyesujht will be de
stroyed.. - .
Corporal Paul Stake had hi left hand
badly cut ln a bayonet exercise. An
artery was severed, but prompt and ef
ficient ervtce from hispltal' corp pre
vented much cf a less of blood.
Oeorge HUnford vf tloux City met
with a bad accident last night. As a
side tu the boys were going to glv.
George a dip in the lake. He endeavored
to esc a p. by running. He' s caught 1n
a barb wire fence and a four-lnoh gash
was cut In his throat. Foitunatrly It was
not very deep end he will recover.
Company E U doing guard duty. Cap.
tain H. Q. Oetier is the officer of the
lsy. Lieutenant a. A. t'htlps commander
if guard and Lieutenant Heatosh officer'
o( lht guard Private Kenneth Kshsbery
tu clsoteit Ij t'oluncl 11) stt's orderly.
Two game of ufafcc bull were on yes
terday. C mips i) y A. Muson City, and
Comi-ai)) II. Bloux City, played with a
acore of ( to J Iti favor of Company A.
Officers of th Kl.-t battalion plsyed tb
ofneers of the Second battalion with a
C'jre of 15 to t
their places despite the discomforting
conditions and searchers for missing per
sons continued their wearying rounds of
th morgue. '
Identification of letlms of fere J com.
parattvsly few difficult!, practl'Uy all
having been drowned. ' Measures were
taken by th. pollc. and the electric com
pany to systematise th work of identifi
cation, and these were In full operation
later In' th day.
investigation were started by the fed
eral steamship Inspectors, tb city po
lice, county oo roper and state's attorney.
The activity of this last official hinted at
possible submission of th result of hi
Investigation to a grand Jury.
RUSH TO WATCH
FILM MAN MADE
(Continued from Page One.)
FEDERAL tWQriRl It ORDERED
Steamboat laiwellsa Service Will
M'- lave.tlcetlow of Traced?.
WASHINGTON. July K-Actlng Sec
retary Sweet cf th. Department of Com
merce ordered the steamboat Inspection
ervlce to Invpatlgat th Chicago disas
ter ta determine whether there waa any
defect Of construction or Inspection of
th steamer Eastlsnd. Federal Inspectors
will be sent from other point to supple
ment the force at Chicago if necessary,
Gunners in the U. S. Navy have
established a fine record for markarnanship.
This record was not made by hitting
the bullseye once.
Records are made by scoring many
hits in succession by striking the target
The record of Diamond Squeegee Tread
solution, while ths other anointed the
fta the itark T A Carter f the
sign of life In the victime. if there was . Tires way not maue Dy exceptional mileage
any pujs ln the throat he would call 1 secured from one. tire out of a hundred or more.
"pulmotoY' and the stretcher would be . . . . , , j
ii is a recoru uiui is duscu upwi nwc
age economy and superior wearing qualities
as shown in the grand average and that
is the only kind of a tire record worthy of
carried to the sidewalks, where rows of
i.-tims were laid out under fhe awning
of commission houses and other estab
lishments on South water street, when
nn twjtt waa fthiur.nt tn lie tMrtir'a
nngers he would announce almply , Consideration.
tTck JVaK'u r mor.uCrrXlth: ' This record shows that more than 99
hours passed there were fewer calls for of all Diamond Tires used produce ftug service,
th pulmotors. j
rrwwd Attacks caatai.. ! Edii!i with Diamond Squcccce Treal Tires znd
Whn Cintiln I.ilAPfln waa arretted. 1 .... ......
a man who clothe wwr. dripping and
who had apparently Jut ben In th
His Entire Family
is Saved from Boat
stent rosni quUi win. tv Want Ad.
water, mad a rush at him and landed
a heavy blow In the captain's face. The
crowd that had ghthtrcd cljsed In on
h stetyur caputn and ths polio had
to use their clubs to protect htm from
th Infuriated crowd. '
Physicians aiding in resuolatlng victims
brought to buildings near th Eastland
We are all saved," was the welcome dock announced at l o clocu trst nity
telegram that cam yesterday afternoon! of th patients under sfietr car are in
to M J. Darnstedt of Omaha, who UP tolauih serious condition that tl.cy may
that time had believed that hla wlf. die. ,
moth.r, brother and sisters bad been Although the dralnsg canal gate at
t.iat on tha ill-fated excursion steamer i Lock port wre closed within half an
set the benefit of tbtu
Cte Cccjce fcueegee
30a J $9 45 . 34x4 $20
SOxSMi 1U9 3S a 4 ZS.70
32x3. 14.00 37x5 3J--0
53 x 4 20.00 33x8H 46.00
FAY NO MORS
Eastlsnd that was sunk at Chicago
It waa Mrs. Pamstedt who lelsgrapbed
tne glad news to her husband at Omaha.
Mr. Darnstedt 1 visiting- with her rela
tive at Chicago, and a larg party ot
thara was aboard th steamer when it
listed, runner detail hav aot bea
learned of th family, but th mere flaah
t th mind of Mr. Darnstedt at ease.
hour of the disaster, It renulrrd several
hours rfor ths current was checked at i
Chicago, thirty-six mile above. Th fleet
of boat of th sanitary district was dis-
patchsd to eearoh for floating bodies.
Apartment, fluta. house ana cottage
can b reeled auickly end cheaply by a
Be "Tor rUt."
A for sale ad will turn second-hand furniture into cash.
Iillije1l "SVT ;. i
FILLS MANY WANTS
ra-'.E WANT AOS will carry your message Into the
home, where It will he read by Interested people
REE WANT ADS will secure help fer'reur of Hoe,
store or heniei
BED WANT ADS will rent apartments, flats, houses,
real estate or roosaa.
BEE WANT APR will help you secure buyers for
automobiles, furniture, real estate or personal
BEE WANT ADS will announce the opening of a new
stere er a closing-out sale. -
BEB WANT ADS wUl do all the above and many
ethers too numerous to mention.
The east will be rery small and within the reach ot
THE OMAHA BEE'
104 Bee Blchj. ' Tyler 1000
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