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. Scorn Arretted and One Boy Loses
'. Life Remit of Walkout of
it Ail Happened "On the Big
Highway of Old King Ak-Sar-Bcn
Two reporters were wandering down
t'ie pike In King Ak-Rar-Hen's celebrated
city of Quiver. guch an activity on the
part of a reporter U dangeroua Ha might
sprain hit wrist while passing a hot dog
.OFFICERS USE THEIE CLUBSj" lh, two MIort. wr oul for .
;lrk. and whan reporters ara out for a
CHICAGO. Sept. 10. Score of i.rit they are tha regular little cut-up,
persona were arrested today and one The two reporter stopped In front of
10-year-old boy lout his life as a re- ,h fir,t how on th " ' "
m ... .i. .1. of three shows where you aee two al-
ault of. the strike of the garment pfw humJln Mngg fM f,re a coUp)e
workers. The lad, Leo 8rhroeder, more walk on glass, swallow swords and
was crushed to death In the collapne
f a shanty which he had entered to
scape from a shooting affray In
dulged In by some strike sympathis
er. : A mob of about BOO persons in
vaded the wholesale clothing district
this afternoon, calling to workers
Ihere to Join the walkout. Police,
who were summoned by a riot call,
drove the mob across the river,
whence It came." There was consider
able hand-to-hand struggling and the
police used their sticks frce'.y.
A delegation of union leaders
called on Mayor Thompson and pro
tested against w hat they termed the
bnitallty of fhe police assigned to tha
Representatives of. the Amalga
mated Clothing Workers' union still
maintained tonight that the number
of garment workers on strike ex
ceeded., 25,000. Manufacturers In
sisted that not more than 2,000 per
sons bad quit tbelr employment.
The two reporters slurried Into the
mob of a hundred or so In front of the
entrance. Two ballyhoo men were mak
ing noble efforts' to grind the entire m b
Inside at a dime a throw. Pour people
"Some grinders, those guys," remarked
one of the reporters.
The nest stop was In front of the
motordrome, where Daredevil Toots, or
somebody like that, risks life and Imb
piloting a' twentycylinder "Bear Kat"
around the portable saucer.
"If Parlo ttesta knew that auch a
machine existed he'd certainly break the
speed limit getting out here," quoth one
reporter as the two wandered on their
"Here's tha Miracle Girl,'" said th
other reporter after a few steps to tha
south. . . .
"Alt ghls are mlrsclrs." replied his col
league and on they went.
A block up the street two girl shows
were In opposition to each other. The
two news houtids sited up the eiangled
young persons exposd to view on the
platform, and sadly proceeded on their
way. Next came a wild anlmaJ show
and a horse show. Then the fonre. Tha
reporters turned around to T trace their
steps bark through the teething mob and, i
If possible, to escape the showers of con-
fettl. Irresponsible young ladles sre wo.it I
to throw promiscuously when two gouU
looklng young men heave In slKhl.
The reporters had succeeded In travers
ing two blocks of the return trip un- j
scathed. Then suddenly It hsppentd.
Somebody screamed, one reporter was
yanked out of a onnfetU barrel where he '
had landed head first. The other one j
- i . . , .
wps xouna loosing inr a sihiiu iwre nc i
could buy a ralr of opera glasses. Every
body got excited.
For tha two alert reporters had seen
the first one of the year In' Omaha.
"What" ycu ask could so excite a couple
of sophisticated reporters. , It was an
She was a sweet young thing and she
tripped sajly along Dodging the confetti
hurled In her direction, quite expertly.
Suddenly, Just as the two reporters
caught sight of her, she daintily flicked
her skirt with her left hand, swiftly cast
her dark brown orbs downward aa did
the two reporters ;tily their orbs are
blue and l k like seawater and there
was the ankle watch. Both reporters
saw that it was fiiteen tnlnutea after fl
and time to go to work.
TO SETTLE OLD FEUD
Tha amsteur base ball supremacy of
Omaha will be settled S.tnlv.' 'hle
the L.uxis have been en';-slly acknowl
edged the Champa of the city because
they won the Class A hon-v. the Prexets,
who copie! the Class B honors, hvs ex
pressed some doubt regirrllng the matter,
snd Manager Livingston cha'leng.M the
brewers to a combat. Johnnf Oennlsvi,
manager of the Luxus, promptly accepted
the challenge and the game will tie staged
at LUxua psrk Sundsy.
As a preliminary gsme the 'J. A. .N1
sons and J. D. Crewa will lock home.
The first gama win start at l.V O'clock
DR. CR0THERS TALKS AT
UNIVERSITY CLUB SATURDAY r.
lr. "amucl McOhord Crothers. pastor 3
of the First Psrish church of Cambridge, , SjJ
Msss.. author cf The Oentle Reader, will ;
address the University club following the ES
luncheon Saturday.. ( 3
Miners Are Rescued
v From Living Tomb
' FHOniA.- 111., hept. an. Martin Territ
la dead and Frank Robinnon la fatally
wounded as tha result of an explosion In
tha rnlna of tha Logan Coal company at
Hanna City, thirty-five miles west of
Seventy-five ether miners who were
Imprisoned by a fall of rock caused by
tha explosion were rescued after several
hours of desperate work on the part of
a 'large rescue party organised by Mine
Manager Fred Walters. None of these
Immediately following tha explosion
fire broke out In the mine a mile from
tha shaft and 0 feet below ground -where
the accident occurred and for
two hours It waa feared the entombed
men Would be burned to death.
; I,ANfirX)KD, le., Sept. JO.-Fallure
again today met the efforts of mine
"workers to rescue the nine men who were
entombed In the Foster tunnel of the Ie
high Coal and Navigation company at
" I'oalttsle at noon Monday.
rst Dress Parade
By School Cadets
; -The first dress parade of the year was
held by the high school cadets Thursday
afternoon. The companies which had tha
best lines, while passing In rev. aw were
aa follows; Company I, f.rst: Company
' H, second; Company V, third.
The following promotions were an
nounced! From private, Company I, to second
' tleulens.nl ami nua rtermaater K.rst Lai-
. Jailnn. Carlton Bwller; fiom second l.eu
tensnt. Company K, ti ursl lieutenant
Company 1, Harry Johnson; from ser
geant. Company t.. to second lieuteriH.it
. company v. A. l, ciova; rrom seresni.
Comimny (;, to second lieutenant Coin-
'lany IL Waldemar Thotnpoii; fnirn
tr,vate Company 1, to sergeant Company
. C. tviwin VMnlerton: from private, ( orn
pnny 1, to sergeant Company l, tCugeue
Hussum; from private. Company 1, to
dergesnt Company I, llell Bowser; from
private, Company F, to sergeant Company
c. Hlcnard lrsnv: rrom nnvstc. com
any I'm to sergeant Company t Joseph
heller; from pnvala. t ompany A. to cor
poral Company A. Rex hi wood; from
Can Diagnose Case
With the Wireless
At a Long Distance
SAN FRANCISCO. Cel., Sept. .-Ir.
Albert Abrams, physician and author, an
nounced today that he had devised an
apparatus which already had determined
at long range the nature of certain dis
eases. Tha order In which cases of tuber-
cul rls, pus and cancer at Log Angeles
were put Into communication with the
apparatus here today was determined by
the Instrument. Ir. Abrams ssld. Per
fection of It, and the principles Involved
In It. he said, would enable an operator
to diagnose disease with the apparatus.
even at long distances.
The experiment was conducted at Loe
Angeles by rr. Rates T. Fisher, profes
sor of nervous diseases In the University
of Southern California.
Dr. Fisher had been Instructed to at
tach a certain form of cord conductor at
one end to a point as close as possible to
the seat of the disease In tha patient, and
at the other trnd to a ground, such as a
rsdlator or water pipe.
Dr. Abrams said his apparatus con
sisted cf an aluminum-compound hell.
strut k by a tiny hammer. The radio
active waves from the sending source,
he said, passed through a variable con
denser such as used In wireless work, and
made the meullio sound dull. The
length ef these waves he deterrtnned by
the point at which the condenser allowed
them to afreet the bell's sound.
The apparatus also la sensitive to
thought waves. Dr. Abrams said. He
enunciated the theory that radio-active
waves wore the energy given off by all
matters, the length of the waves varying
with tha kind of matter.
Decide Draft is Not
Needed in England
LONDON, Sept. 30. At a conference of
representatives of the chief labor organ
isations of the country held after a
meeting, at which Premier Asqulth end
Karl Kitchener discussed the military
situation with them, the belief was ex
pressed that the number of men required
for army, navy and munitions work, In
order to carry out tha war successfully,
could be obtained by the voluntary en
listment system.' The labor representa
tive decided to organise a special labor
recruiting campaign throughout - the
At the meeting, at which the premier
private. C ompany A, to corporal Company mj E(lri Kitchener addressed the men.
A. hred Montgomery ; from private. Com-1 v,..,.. .
rty A. to corporal Company A. UlandJ Erl Kitchener expressed a preference
Cutter; irum private, cninany a, to cor
poral company U. rlayniohfl jturgeaa;
ELECTRIC RAILWAY MEN
GO THROUGH SATURDAY
One hundred or so of the members
of the American Klectrbal Railway a- I
soclstlon, enrout to California will be I
In Omaha half an hour Saturday morn- j
Ing. On a special train over the Oreat '
Western they leave Chicago tonight, j
reaching Omaha at 8 o'clock Saturday
morning, from here going west over the
I'nlon Pacific. They are traveling in five
sleepers, the train being designated
the "White" special.
"The Best Bread I
That is what they
all say in speaking
Just try it once and you'll under
stand why it s the favorite bread in
hundreds of homes.
Made of spring and win
ter wheat flour, which is far
superior to the kind used in
5c and 10c at Your Grocers
U. P. STEAM BAKING GO,
TRADg MARK Ria-.
u.s. patint orsicg
Ltok ht this LatnL
the Biggest and Best Ualucs Sty I
You positively Savo EVlonoy by p
trading: .at this store and you get the M
Out-of-Town People Can Save Many Times
Their Railroad Fare By Baying The Heeded
FURNITURE, RUGS, STOVES, Draperies
Here. Yon Are Always Welcome at the
UNION OUTFITTING CO,
Special Sale Tungsten Lamps
A special opportunity for you to
purchase Tungsten Electric Lamps
at an unusually low price. Tunjrsten
electric lamps ' give two to three
times as much light as the old car
bon lamps and consume about half
the amount of electricity, hence you
get a' brighter and better light at
one-half the cost. Estimated to burn
one thousand hours and each lamp
iu guaranteed to burn, bat- rtft.
What a World Famous Dietitian
Says cf Macaroni
Tf we Americans selected our food
mors from tha standpoint of nulrlt o...
as won d hear lsss of the high com .f
living. Wf find, aapsrlall'y among fs.ml
lles of very modersts Im-omes, that iiihui
le eaten to excess, the Idea being that
an aliumlant meat diet is essential lu
mslnialn kiid repair the system.
We csn well afford to cut down mate
rially on meat anil look elsewhere for
nutritious and murh more economical
foods. Take Faust Macaroni, for In
stance. 'f Macaroni, lr. Hutnhlion -recognized
ss one of the world's famous
dietitians ssys: "The energy value ..f
macaroni compared with heef Is In th
ratio of 10(1 to 0:" and that "Macaroni
Is ahsorhed almost In Its entirety,"
which menns thst It Is practically nil
utilised to enrich the blood ami build
Kaust Macaroni Is a highly glutinous
food muscle and energy builder. Can
t-e prepnred In many templing ..
Costs but li)o e large package. Cut down
on meat substitute Faust Macaroni. .
8t. Ixiuis, U. 8. A.
FOLLOW THE CROWDS TO THE EMPRESS MARKET
Tor the highest quality end lowest prices. Tou're as Bear to ns as your telephone.
Two Deliveries 10 a. m. and 8 p. m. Prompt attsntloa to , mail orders.
Ak-Sar-Ban visitors weloume.
Just receive! a car cf Sorter Chickens which we will dress to your oritur..
Swift's Premium and Diamond C
1X1& Milk Fed Fnrlna- Chickens
Pure Cone Ieaf Lard, 11 pounds for
Htrter Pork Hoast V.3
Young Veal Koast lle
Young Yen I Chops ...14V-0
1'lg I'ork Hosst ll-J
I'lg Pork Ilutts 1440
1!1S Foreinmrter Hprlng Umb . 8io
Mutton Chops l3Vi
Porterhouse Aleak lTViO,
Skinned Hsms 145o
HiiKar Cured Hams 9 iO
Kxtra lan Hroakfast Bai-'on. . . Vl-a
Kugar Cured Bacon 13Jo
Salt Pork .' 8HO
Fresh Oysters, por quart ........ 46
THE EMPRESS MARKET
Op.. Wool worth Oc and 10c Store. 13 Bontb 16th 8f. Tel. I). 2807.
Deliveries Twice a Say to All Parts of the Oltv. 10 A. If. and 3 V. at
5 Tour ' ' 'J ft, ii Vnlon
S Home 'I:fi'?nfy Jffer
The srllll fiNr-v Qullty
S t'nlon Furniture
E5 Money. Price.
Fumed Oak Pedestal h
Extension Tables h
Add a little bright- s
ness to the Ul-niiiT ZZii
Itoom during Ak-f-'a - rrz
Pen by getting a ne.v rrj
IMning Hoora 'Iabi..
For Saturday we vC
fer a epeclal soil I
oak pedestal exto- 3
slon table, finished
Fumed, with circular --;
top. extends toffi.; zr.i
square pe1estsl with
Colonial design le. ZTS
Wn exoetitlonal value zrx
St, only rr:
from nrlvsle. Company l. to corporal
. Companv 1, Ilobert Kutak; from private,
Conipaoy - P. to corporal Company 1,
Claude Rushlsnd; from private, Company
' 1. to corporal Company D, Ht gnr Juhn
stoa; from private. Company K. to cor
jMiral Comiiany K, Peter Barlier; from
1iivat, Compsny H, to ooriHiral Com-
. pany K, Harold Knee; from private. Com
pany J, to corporal Coni(isny K. Koigl
liela Femald; from private, Cnmpaey W,
-to corporal Comiwny t, Msurhe Hrani
man:, from private, Cumpny U, to cur
fonU Company 1, MuKee Vlake; from
private. Company II, to corporal Com-
fany H. I'aymond Kag; from private,
ooipany 11, to corporal Company H,
liarmon Wtlmalh: from private. Com
pany I, to corporal Company 1, William
ronnoison; rrom private, i umpanv I, to
rorporsl Company 1, W. Kerschner:
.Ifrom "rlvato. Company I. to corporal
i. Compsny I, C. Adams; from private.
Company A, corporal Company H Ilil
trt Peierson; from private Company I,
to corporal Company U, Ralph CUMip:
from private. Company If, to corporal
Cemiaiir C. Uri Peacock: from
!rivate of band to captain, Kned Cor
iss; from private, band, to drum major,
wight Chase; from private, bend, to
first lieutenant, blrby Sfsrs; from priv
ate, bard to second lieutenant. Arlo Kedg
ly; from private, bsnd. to first sergeant.
. tYed Pock: from pnvel, bnnd, to cor
poral, Floyd Paynter; from private, bugle
corps to chief trumpeter, Italph Hender
Tha trsnsfera announced were as fol
lows: Klrst lieutenant. Compsny C, to
rirst I'eutenant Company K, Frans
Hsiner: first llol tenant, Compsny 1 to
first lleutenart Conuany A, Know it on
Jones; first lieutensnt. Coin is nv A. to
first lieutensnt Comosny U. Harry Cald
well: first I'eutenant. Company I. to first
euienani lompnny i . Kavmond - :
first sersesnt. Company A, to first ser
geant Company C. npn Comp: fi"-s ser
geant. Company C. to first sergeant Com
psny H, Lw ro e Hogue.
RETURNS OF OWN ACCORD
TO STATE PENITENTIARY
LANSTNO. Kan., ttert J). Rev Watlace
M. Btvekey. granted a temporstry parole
from the Kansas state penltent'ary last
June that he might be with his wife,
who wss 111. returned voluntarily to the
- prison today end announced he was ready
to ctrtnplete h s term, titutkey waa con.
vtcted of abduction. He has four years
yt to serve.
for a continuation of the volunteer sys-1
tem and the conference of labor leaders
suggested that voluntary recruiting
would be more successful If the govern
ment would state frankly as far aa was
compatible with the nubile Interests
what already had been done by volun
tary means and what were the present
and future needs and would Insist upon
employers no longer preventing their
men from enlisting.
Where the Omaha Bee
FAR AM TIIEATRR
ARDOR IVY PALACE
. DIAMOND BURT
. ALMO OMAHA,
1915 Milk Fed Spring Chickens, 153 c
PURE CONE LEAF LARD, 11 Lbs. for a $1.00
Pig Pork Hoast . . .
Pig Pork Ilutts ...
Steer Pork Hoast .
Voung Veal Ttoast
Young Voal Chops
Mutton Chops ....
Halt Pork .
Swift's Premium and Diamond C,
Pklnned Hams 1440
Bugar Cured Hams '. . e440
Kxtra Iean Breakfast Bacon. ,.lTie
Sugar Cured Paeon 13e
From g to P p. m Umb Cliops . .be
From 9 to 10 n. m., i-lb. rail Com
pound, each 39o
1 IHI ir r.JI AttlflTT 1610 Harnoy St
WMfeslV iiiha hon Douglas 2793
S P EC I A L S A LE ALU M I HUM WARE
Guaranteed 1R gauge alumi
4-qt. Double, aluminum boilers,
like illustration, R7r
Sale price : . C
6-qt. Aluminum Berlin kettles,
with lid and . heavy rj
ball, Sale price O I V
4-qt. Aluminum Berlin kettles,
with lid and heavy ro
ball, Special OeSsC
Dsa'l Be Cosstlpated.
AU kinds of ailments result from Con
stipation. , Ir. King's New Ufa Pills are
mild and effective; prevent Constipation.
c. All druggists. Advertisement.
with AL JOLSON
and sT. T. Wlatsr Oardea Co. of 198,
wights, ta.oo to aso.
let. MaU l-60 ie 05o
PTATn HOW OS 1111
AA-sjar-Bea fask Commeaolag Tomoc
f.laid in America
r-J- iiMi-'a)UV ,
tiiMiiUalBUtrtlll i lllll II III HMJlim mi i
Today Last Appearance
LADY AUD LEY'S SECRET
SuridRy Chalice of Courage
Dlroct from Winter 0 a dsn. M. T.
Compear of IBS Including
1 rromtHCE atooaa and iaui.. bait
s-rioesi siignts. vie v sa.oo; ataUaee i,
S5e to tl.BO
rot! i gut
I TLe Oaly High Class TaudsTllle Tneater.
MATl.VEK TODAV 2:15
HilO Kll AItt
VasiTneva la Wll BKIDSS Vest Weak.
r-tsts ror enure week now on sale
Twe IslMrts Mad t roe p.
The two children of J. W. Nix. mer
Chant. Cleveland. Us-, had croup lest
winter. One was a bey of t, the other a
g'.rl of I years. Mr. Mi writes: "Both
go eo choked up thay could hardly
Urea the end couldn't talk. I gave theia
,oley's Honey and Tar and nothing euta
, aad It entirely cured them." This re
liable medicine should be In every home,
for It gives Immediate relief from colds.
coughs and croup, heals raw Inflamed
throat and loosens piileguv. Bold every-
-oAiA' rc cuirrcm
nnnnnriM Tnriav a.tia' w Tage ia-i8-o-TBe
llllJlliUCIall. l;U;iTL. 11,1 T.I.. itM IOW1 I
U ,.. LlSl TWO limit 'li -Ktasla, CMrU-
i IT Thr'l'a VveterT. Wttr a'. ! ofTART'
lagT&aa -wituta the Lt."
Csralval Week, Begia. Mat. Tomorrow,
Edward Lynch tf.iVJS'fS"
"WHIT HPrEirD TO BtAWT."
Mattaaea, 15e-gfte IBrealage, ae-ao.S0e.
The only Illgh-Clsss Vaudeville Circuit
Ms il nee Today, 1:1.
NOTI' Curtain KUca at 8:10 To-!
Dight oh .a,ntova la "War tlrldee."
Pstrors alll not be seated while Noal
aiota performance Is oa. -
st Tlsii, Kit. T(
Aad CoaUaalaff tao. Vast let. gt ,
TBAWK TI,. BrtTflVI'M? Musical
MBT " ' Burcsaue
Dime Mauase Week Deye.
y,f-fif-t rut a can
overnight ana serve
the iuicy, appetizinp;
slices ice-cold for breakfast.
They are delicious.
10c to 25c a can according to size
ol can and grade of quality cheaper
than its ever been betore. Just asic
for a can of Hawaiian rmeapple.
Your Grocer Sell It
Association or Hawaiiab
For The Unlon'e Kie
clal Steel Hnnge.
An exceptionally good
range St a verr low
rice. Guaranteed to giv..
periect satin rac
tlon. Ask to -tee
this special range
Tour old stove tak
en In Exchange on
the purohase of s
Haw Bteel mange or
heaters actu a 1 1 v
out money In v-r
pockets In' the cost
of the fuel they
save you. Twlvs
the heat with ono.
half the fuel. Give
tlon. M o d e r a t
prices nnd very
eT : . . 1 l c- ... ' y ' Ja ' ' -
1 J t,l,Tfll ' CM
I saeee-. 3(liM.e .
Note that we sell goods to
out-of-town people on rri.v
easy payments. J-Veight paiil
200 miles. So freight oi
jl PARLOR ROCKERS
i.l! m li'l.l
EM PR KSS
DELMORE C. MORE
Aad Three Other Acta
"WITH FHK Itl'hMlAN AT TitK
UtONT and I
Othrr rboto.llay. 1Qc
saving of gas
or fuel is no
object; but saving of
time interests every one.
Once Skinner's always Skinner's )
For Sola at Leading Grocers
Writ far recipe Ut ree
; tii '' " ; i n;'tll"'M!
a i i ! i i i
... .,1 ,f Inspired by master teaching. Is a
USlCZLl LUlllirS alusble suet In tlis Ufa service and
htllnesa of any Individual poasHsstng .t.
The Omaha School of Orchestral Instruments
the highest possible heauty of espreaslon of eac'i
Catalog aent ou request. Addreaa 1'sUsi sob B wk.
Fade ss AmSc.
14tSa .Amm SfMts. Oa.ke. ML
i IilM 153
, Msaj&finxto. A sw.iasmi'U
gssv'Wil Bsu st- 5 KIMS a tt M I COC-aa sBa'T
Hi in liar to Ithisi ra
tion. Flnlsl-ed Ir
Oak, saddle ahai
seat. well msd
Special Sale of Bed
room or Rag Rugs
75o yaluea. size Hxl
Ins.. made of a -o'd
ouallty material. a
colorings, (ipe 1.
Hrice. . . ,
Dnatl a r
valuea. else 34
hit and mis i
sale M U
Just like Illustration, con
sisting of 1 bread box. 1
cake box, 1 coffee can and
1 tea can. They are nicely
white enameled and are let
tered in a pretty bronze
brown. Entire 4-pleca act
1 15. Special
Give you a larg
er wardrobe at
a rery little
'ense. Er try
part easily ad
justed to your
y o n r money
W- if sat r '?ss m fc w
OrVOI7B KOTsili avOats. - j;
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