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TITT, .TnKv-OMAITA, .SATlT.nAY. .OCTOBER. .2, ..1015.
ABOUT THE BADGES
Ko Person Had Authority to Sell
Them to Veterans and Committee
Holds Self Blameless.
VETEEAJfS HA VETO A GOOD TIME
OMAHA WOMAN HONORED BY
Sundayisms at the Tab as
Caught by Our Staff Artist
SUNDAY HURLS HIS
DEFY TO CRITICS
(Continued from Page One.)
1516-18-20 FARNAM STREET.
(From a Staff Correspondent)
WASHINGTON. Oct. 1. (Special
Telegram.) Since the parade of the
Grand Army of the Republic along
Pennsylvania avenue on Wednesday
in commemoration of the historic re
new of the veterans of Grant and
Sherman's armies In the spring of
1166, the Tlsltlng "vets" and their
drives and women friends from Ne
braska, have been sightseeing with a
vengeance. Tbejr have gone every
where, every department of the gov-j
ernment has done its level best to
treat the Boys In Blue as national!
heroes and there is not a man among
them who will say that Washington
has not more than fulfilled Its pledge
While there have been mim mistakes,
notably the failure of the citizen' com
mittee In charge of the reception to Frenl
dent Wilson, properly to fill the great
auditorium at Camp Emery with mem
bers of the Grand Army of the Ilepubllc
and the eonfuaton at the White Houso
reception yest.rdsy afternoon, over the
badges which many visitors claimed bad
been sold to them. In a broad and general
sense the arrangements have been well
Ravdae larld.att Esg-talara.
Ex-Auditor W. B. Andrews of Hastings,
whose wife was chairman of the general
committee, having In charge Its recap
tion and whose work In behalf of the
women's association, baa been of the most
praiseworthy character, today Issued a
statement In regard to certain badges
that had been sold to the visitors as
Identification badges with the under
standing that they would admit them to
see the president. Mr, Andrews' state
"No badges were given out with the
authority of Mrs. Andrews or by the
badge committee except to delegates and
members of the women's organisations
allied with the Grand Army of the Ke
publlo. They were to be used only by
members of such organisations. They
were souvenir bodges to be used exactly
as such fcadgea are uad by women's
clubs and the Daughters of the American
Revolution as a meana of Identification
3t membership In the order..
No On with Aatkortty.
"So far as Mrs. Andrews and the badge
committee know, no one was authorised
to use the badges for any purpose except
Identification membership. Only S,0C
badge were ordered and received by the
committee, Lse than half of that num
ber were given out prior to yesterday
"Mrs. Andrew and other women of her
oommlttee were at tbe White House and
say they did not eee more than fifty per
sona wearing the bedgea
Delegates and alternate from Nebraska
to the aeeatona of the National encamp
ment were delighted that the delegation
from the prairie state voted solidly for
the newly elected eommnnder-ln-chlef of
the Grand Army of the Republic, Captain
B. R. M on ford of Cincinnati.
With the feast nea of the encampment at
an end, the Nebraska contingent to, the
forty-ninth encampment will take tomor
row and Sunday for a general alghtseelng
exposition, the headquarters of the dele
gate at the Hotel Sterling closing on
Mrs. Paul Elected
Head of Federation
of Women's Clubs
NORFOLK, Nah., Oct l.-(Speclal Tele
gram.) Ttia following officers were
elected by the Federated Women's Clubs
' of Nebraaka today: President, Mrs. J.
N. Paul, St. Paul; vice president, Mrs.
George N. Deels, Norfolk; recording sec
retary, Mrs. M. D. Cameron, Omaha;
corresponding secretary, Mrs. J. Rowan,
Alllanc.; treasurer, Mrs. J. W. Bancock,
Cambridge; auditor. Mrs. W. H. David
son, Hprlng fluid; delegates to biennial
convention In New York City nest May,
Mesdvnes T. J. Olst, Falls City; R. B
Penny, Fullerton; F, A. Long, Madison;
M. D. Cameron, Omaha; J. II. Bell. Tork;
K. R. J. Edholtn. Omaha; Romlne, Chad
ron; Lena Mead. Tork; alternates, Mee-
dames Hayes. Omaha; Clemens, Fremont,
Evans. David City; D. D. Andrews, Bt,
Paul; Weleh. Gothenburg; Humphrey,
Verdon; Ackerman, Alnsworth; Uoore,
Atkinson; Orris, Stanton.
Hastings gets the next convention.
Kavanagh Will Not.
Run for Treasurer
FAIRBURT. Neb.. Oct. X. (Special.)
Dan Havana h, a prominent hardawre
merchant of this 1'lty. ha refuted a
statement that he would be a can J late
for stae treasurer against Oorge E. Hall,
the present democratic encumbent, at the
coming primary. While Mr. Kavanagh
b&s many friends over the state who
would Ilka to see him make tbe race, at
the same time, he doe not fol disposed
to enter the race against the present en
cumbent In a statement given out this morning
Mr. Kavanagh said:
"I have no Intention of entering the
race for any e g office. It la not toe
late for Treasurer Hall to make amends
and be hie own successor, if be will but
listen to his friend. President Wilton
will be ou standard bearer In the next
election without opposition in the demo
crat! o primary. Senator Hitchcock will
have no opposition In the democratic prl
luary and will be bis own eucceasor. Gov
ernur Morehead will t rewarded by elec.
Uon for the third time. Doservlng stats
orrioers will be returned to offloe."
sir. Kavanagh was a leading candlat
foe the I'alrbury poetofflce and had the
strong backing of Senator Hitchcock.
While W, F. Cramb U holding the post.
Uoo by a receae appointment, it la the
opinion here that hie appointment will
it be confirmed by the United Stat
enate whoa It convene and that Mr.
Xavanarh still ha a chano to land the
pustniastershlp at rfelrbury.
Coatrmet far Swr grhool.
ctUWAKU. Neb., Oot. L iiecll '
Tue school board let the contract for
it.e new school building oa Thursday ot
Ut week, Henry Ohloon ft K..n of
XU City being the succuru bidder at
liJ.'.'A tAi bias were subuiitUxL ',
V ' 1:
2frs. 2f.2. Cameron
HEAD OF NEWTHOT
Archbiihop New Lecturer at Pan
ama Exposition, Charged with
Misuse of Mailt.
SELLS DIPLOMAS AND BOOKS
BAN FIIANCISOO, Cal.. Oct. 1.
Dr. Newo Newl New, who for months
has lectured at the Panama-Pacific
exposition In the role of archbishop
of the Newthot church and president
of the Newthot university, was ar
rested today by federal officers
charged with using the malls to de
fraud. Marie Tully Graham, his as
sistant at the exposition, was de
tained by the officers as a witness.
Both were found at Dr. New's apart
The alleged "arehlblshop" was presented
with a bronse commemorative medal by
Joseph M. Cummlng, secretary to the
president of the exposition on August 18
In ceremonies that celebrated "National
Newthot Science Day" at the exposi
tion Both men and women are alleged by
the government to have been victimised
by the Newthot advocate. It Is alleged
he charged $100 for a course In a univer
sity which did not exist, IS for a diploma
and & 'or hie bible," "Newthot Sclenoe."
Branches of the cult were established
by Dr. New In New Tork, Chicago, Phil
adelphia and recently In Los Angelee and
Seattle. It Is alleged, and every city of
much slse In the country la said to have
been evangelised. Dr. New operated In
Boston lit IK as head of the Newllfe
church. Many aliases are named in the
government's complaints, and hi true
name Is given as John Fair.
Immortality, moral purity and the
power to cure all mortal disease, the
complaint alleges, were qualities claimed
by the "arehlblshop," although "he pos
sesses no such power, divine or other
wise." the onmplslnt assert a
On the contrary. It states. Dr. New In
dulges In all the vices and Indiscretions
of the age, such as gourmandlslng, drink
ing alcoholic liquors to exceaa ard using
Dr. New was taken before Francis
Krull, United States commissioner, and
ball was fixed at 11,000.
Printed matter seised In the apartment
where the arrest was made contained
atatements that the newthot movement
had been endorsed by Mme. Sarah Mern
hsrJt, the countess of Warwick, Prince
George of Greece and the Csarlna Alex
andria of Russia.
MICHALEC NOT GUILTY
OF STEALING HORSE
FREMONT, Neb.. Oct. I.-Bpeclal.)-
Joe Mlchalec was acquitted of the
charge of stealing a horse belonging to
Dave Herman of Nlckerson a month ago.
Mlchalec on the stand told the jury he
sold the horse at Schuyler for a friend,
to whom he paid the money. When ar
rested east of Schuyler Mlchsleo bad
t3 In bills sewed In his clothing. lis
said he did not know the horse wee
stolen who it sold It
Kates trees Beatrice.
BRATRIOH. Neb., Oct. l. (Special.)
C H. Konke of the Plymouth vicinity has
a field of ISO acres of com two miles
south of Plymouth that he says will yield
close to seventy buahels to the acre. He
predicts that Nebraska will produce tlie
bis seat crop of corn this fall that It lias
In twelve yeses.
Toe body of John Trude, who wa
DUE TO CARE
Shampoos ivith Cutlcura Soap pre
ceded by light touches of Cuticur
Ointment do much to cleanse the
scalp of dandruff, allay itching and
Irritation, arrest falling hair and
promote a hair-growing condition.
Samples Free by Mall
rutieur aa. aag OtntiMot aut4 ttmi mum:
Utaral Kama at BU1M4 ma wit -. kaua.
Aituwm awl aw "lnuawra," Ijavt, ItHi. Mipa,
ART MAKtS THE W0RID ATTRACTIVE -
LEARNING mrichis t hind-
RELIGION REGENERATES THE SM "
killed In an automobile accident near Vir
ginia, this county, was taken to his home
at Klk Creek, Neb., today for Interment.
Trude was employed on the farm of
Frank Bchults, In whoee automobile be
wna riding when he met his death.
The bar docket for the October term
Grind Prize, Pananu-Ptdfic Exposition Grand Prize, Panama-California Exposition
San Francisco, 1915 San Diego, 1915
ese, v. S. pat, err.
A GENIUS chapms us -
a PHILOSOPHER instructs US'
a SAINT Hiss us-
of court, which convene October 7, were
distributed by District -ierk Lenhart
Thursday. There are 120 cases on the
docket, a nunrber of which have been
setled. Of the cases to be tried there are
thirty-four appeal, fourteen divorce esses
and seven suits for damages.
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him to soften that meeni?e before thle
club. I want to especially ask Mr. Pun
day to epeak on the subject he Is here
to talk about to the other cltlsena of
Mr. Wattles' remarks were applauded
and Mr. Sunday's talk later wa ap
plauded. When Mr. Sunday first roue, he paid
a tileh compliment to Mr. Wattles, de
clnrlntr that he thought more of him
m-ery time he met him. Then he Intro
duced Rudtheaver, with this remark:
Body Toots the Horn.
"Before I say whst I'm going to, mar
be "Ilody" had better toot the horn."
Body remarked that "Billy" Sunday
liked Omaha and In his speeches and
conversation hsd praised this city more
than any other In the lost five years.
Then Rody got part of the crowd to
singing the chorus of "Brighten the Cor
ner." Sunday talked In his best and most
vigorous style, though he said he had
considered not coming and hsd felt like
the woman who desired to change her
testimony In a lawsuit.
"She told the judge," said Mr. Sunday,
'Fir, that lawyer fhwtrated me so much
that I said I ws 42 years old. But
thst's my bust measure. I'm only 90
"I am not only a preacher, but a busi
nessman." said "Hilly" Hunday, "and
the most practical thing I . know la
the rellKlpn of Jesus Christ."
o Retreat for Issdsy,
Sunday handed out tha following re
marks concerning morality In business,
criticisms of himself and his own atti
tude toward his critics:
"In my life there will not be one Inch
of retreat or compromise with the forces
"Sin is so powerful because we don't
call It by Its right name. We treat It
as though It were a cream puff Instead
of a rattlesnake.
"The cause of so much uproar over my
sermons Is that there Is so much truth
"Tn the words of Shakespeare those who
etand for evil say 'Nix on Bill.'
"There's no use going to war on a
skunk with Cologne water.
"My theology Is summed up In one
'The problem we've got to solve is one
of morals, not intellect All govern
ments have failed to suppress vice and
Sunday closed his talk abruptly with
this remark: "I've simply come down
here to hang a new label on old goods."
Efforts are being made te locate rel
atlvea The coroner will hold an in
quest. DORCHESTER, MASS.
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