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THE TIKE: OMAHA, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1915.
KING AK HAS GAY
Omaha It to Be Called Upon as
KeTer Before to Plajr Part
CAB.7TVAL IS SURE WHTJTER
reeaeesay s.eo s,ai
Thnrsrtaj , ,t47 B.STS
Friday T.32S S,4t
This in the big week!
With thousands of visitors already
here and even mora coming, and
with a splendid carnival, a beautiful
anto floral parade, a magnificent
night electrical pageant, a gorgeous
coronation ball, a stellar symphony
orchestra attraction and numerous
theatrical entertainments of merit,
the week will be crowded with activ
ities commanding attention from
Altogether, the main week of Ak-Sar-Ben
fall festivities promises to
exceed all records, and beginning to
day things will be fairly fizzling
right np to the end of the week. -
Ktrili of U rrk.
Following are the his events:,
King's Highway orwii each afternoon
Tuesday Afiernocn 1'li.rsl parade.
Wednesday Kvenlng Electrlt at parade.
Friday F.vcnlng Coronation ball.
Saturday Knd of carnival.
Legs Crushed by
Switch Engine as
She Picks Up Coal
Mrs. ltarbaru Knesnnctk, aged 73 years,
'ti7 Houth Third street, while crawling
l.fniath a freiKht car on the Burlington
trar ka, Hevond ind Williams slretts. was
run over when u switch engine backed
v J.o the cars. Both 1ks wire crushed
bi low the kiues, and she wns taken to
"u Joiw'.h'jr liorpltnl. where Ir. t p.
Colli U certain amputation will le necea
iii . Her inmily cinwlma of four sous.
d!t living In Oirah
Thieves and Burglars
Ply Their Calling
The following thefts, holdups and bur
lnrtes have been reported tn the police:
Charles McKinney, WJ North Twenty,
seventh street. Is minus $10 and personal
effects of the totul of ft.
It. U. McMonagale of the Chain m hotel
lost a purse containing 110 and papers
valued at -John
A. West, ll'W North Forty-third
struct, was relieved of a pouketbouk Con
Alfred HndberJ. W, ftouth Thirteenth
street, whs strong-armed and robbed of
W near Thirteenth and Howard streets
ty a lone highwayman. (
M. J), rrtee. Mankalo, Kan., loat' a
purse containing 810 and papers valued
at J9 an a South Sixteenth street car.
E. I). Otbaon, 8T84 Burt. Was touched fur
19 by a negro at Twelfth street and Cap
itol avenue. John Lawrenoa lias been ar
rested and Identified by Glhson.
Herman feUiauss, 2523 Reea street, was
arrested at Twenty-ninth and Karnam
streets, wearing a coat belonging to Ed.
Mrdnwin. 334 South Twentv-sevenlh
Nine chickens were stolen from F. 8.
Iulany's coop In the rear of his home
tt tlVt Grant street
CHANGES IN GOVERNMENT IN
OCCUPIED POLISH CITIES
(Correspondence of the Associated Press.)
LObZ, Poland, Oct. 1 Oreat changes
In methods of municipal administration
have been made here and generally in
tlx oooupled I'o lnU cities by the. German
military administration. The occupation
found the cities exlstlg, so far as com
munal roremment la concerned, under
conditions much like those in franca
and rusnia under the so-called ancient
regime" of more than a oentury ago.
The so-called YltUena' committee,"
whl'h were, in some cities, appointed
ly-the retrtaUng Huoslans. te take the
places of the ltusstan officials who had
departed, and in other cities were ap
iMiinled on the Initiative of the inhabi
tants, rt'd good work, but were ham
ltrcd by the lack of a solid foundation
.on which to build. The Germans, there
fore, tts soon as H became possible to
vlo so, reorganised the whole system of
municipal administration. , .
This reorganisation has been based on
ihe munlclitaj plan ot lUron Von Pteln, I
which has for more than a century been
l He basis on which Prussian municipali
ties have been administered. '
The ctttea enjoy corporate rights
which were denied to them under tho
Kusslan rule and can issue loans, ac
quire proi'rty. Impose taxes, and tn
brief, do . all things necessary to the
pruper development of a city.
GERMAN CHURCHMEN MAKE
WAR ON FOREIGN WORDS
.Correepondcnce of the Associated PTesa)
BERLIN, Oct. l.-The war upon foreign
words has now been taken up by the
church, the terminology of which Is
:'hWny of Greek and Latin origin. Al
though such words as "synod." "Kunsls
torlum" consistory). and many others
are almost as old as the Oennan Pro
testant church itself, a movement has
now been starud to get rtd of them root
and branch, and to Invent German equlva.
lents. A petition to this effect has just
l.oen adopted by the synod of riensburg
and sent to the royal konetstortum of the
state church. The synod also asks that
steps be taken to preserve "our church
life. In public worship and parish activ
ity, from Kngliah Influences, in order
that. In keeping with our German char
acter, purer evangelical Christianity of
native type7 may be etioouraged. and
list an end be put. one for all. to the
rase of what Is foreign In church mal-
Minister UIts Teat 1 sear.
The Key. C. M. Knighton, Havanna.
Fla., writes: "For three tuuntba I suf.
Tared Intense pain in kidneys and back,
which at times laid me up entirely. I
read of Foley Kidney Pills and aAer
trying various remedies without result
I decided to try the Foley treatment. I
was relieved almost wlt,h the first dose
and It is a fact that I used only IS
tiottlea when all of the pains disan.
Itared. I am IS years of age and now
feel like a young mil again." bold
Submarines Built in
United States Cross
the Ocean to Europe
-JKJFTON. Oct. 1 Graphic stories of the
voresw of a flotilla oi Amer.can-built
submarines, which crossed the Atlantic
to Join the Snllsh naval force at Gibral
tar, are beginning to come In. The un
derwater b-.ate made the passage under
their own power and without much dls-
comforture for the crews, according to
letter received today from men In the
The flotilla formed part of a group of
ten submarines for which the British ad
miralty had contracted In the United
fltatee. After Washington had decreed
thnt the construction of the vessels In
this country would be a violation of neu
trality, the parts were shipped to Canada,
where the boats were completed.
The new vessels milled from Montreal
umler convoy of the frtinboat, Canada.
Off the Inland of Antlcostl, In the flulf
of fit. Iwrence, they were Joined by the
converted cruiser Calffarian..
The only misadventure waa tho stray
Ins; of one of the submarines In a fog for
two days. The little fleet remained In
the hnrbor of 8t. John four days, while
the Calgarlan took on supilles and tot)
men of the New Foundland naval re
serve and Jno soldiers of tho New Found
lard regiment to Join the British sea and
The Calar1an then proceeded eastward,
suiting Its pace tn the wallowing stride
of Its small proteges. The latter traveled
on tho surface, propelled by irude oil
Gould Dietz Shoots
With Loud Report
in Council Hall
Oould Iiets may be arrested on a
charge of discharging firearms within the
city limits. He fired a shot In the city
i council chamber during a meeting of the
'council committee of the whole, disturb
ing the meeting and frightening a number
Chief of Police Dunn was a witness to
the Infraction of the law.
Mr. relets tried to square himself by
giving his revolver to Chief Piinn. The
weapon waa bought In a German shop
In Pari. Is one Inch lung and discharges
jtlny cartridges which make as much noise
as a concrete mixer.
Grain in Storage
Attributed to the delay in threshing
throughout Nebraska, Iowa and South
Dakota, grain stocks In storage In Omaha
elevators continue to decrease, accord
ing to the weekly report of the Inspec
tion bureau. Stocks now oh hand and on
the corresponding date of one year ago
In bushels are:
,3i is, om
Year A go.
m a ..
jiaase, t,i2.0u0 bui.ls
The market was fairly strong on every,
thing except corn and receipts were fair.
Wiieat sold from 70 cents up to ft per
bushel, a gain of 1 to I cents since Sat
urday. Itecetpts were seventy-six car
loads. , ; ' i . . t
Corn was down H cent, selling at
Mil cents, with sixty carloads on the
Oats were up rent and sold at 49
tS cents, with forty-two carloads hi
sight. . . ,. .... i i
Police Believe They .
Have Holdup Man
Charles Phllber, arrested yesterday
evening by Detectives Pssanowakl and
Klxh la H.eler. . IV.. -.i.- ,
' iu am Dm
of two white rmn who for the last two
. . , , , ' .
weeks have been perpetrating
holdup jobs about the city.
Ha is being detained at headquarters
until the numerous victims can look at
According to the police, one man has
already identified him, and It, la expected
that today Martin IHnnuno, druggist on
South Twenty-fourth street, will . also
identify him as the man with whom he
engaged tn a pistol fight several nights
Phllber la out of the state penitentiary
on parole, the police say.
He denies that ha is the holdup man.
BRITISH CASUALTY LIST
. NEARLY FOUR THOUSAND
LONDON, Oct. 1 Casualty lists Pub
lished today Include the names of 111 of
ficers and men. . .
A list under date of September at gives
the names of eighty-five ofilcers from
the western front, of whom twenty are
dead. Tho dead Include Lieutenant Col
onel John It. R. Stansfeld, commander of
the Second Cordon Highlanders; Lieu,
tenant Colonel Arthur Purklu, com
mander of the Seventh battalion of the
Northamptonshire regiment; Lieutenant
Colonel Godfrey Morris ot the Eighth
Ourkhat and Lieutenant Browne, son of
the earl. of Kanmara.
LIST OF KNOWN DEAD IN
STORM OYER TWO HUNDRED
NEW OKLKANS. La., Oct. 4 -Scores
of relief vessels today were searching the
storm -stricken gulf district, where hun
dreds of persons were reported marooned
as a result of Wednesday's -hurricane.
. The list of known dead still stood at J0J.
Conditions In New Orleans tonight Were
Ot the 117 persons known to have been
missing Saturday, several had arrived at
various points and others had reported
The total death list will be well above
yo, the authorities bvlleve. .
CHEYENNE COUNTY HAS SOME
ENORMOUS CROPS THIS YEAR
3. D. Cruse or frelghton, stopping
while here at the Merchants, has ust
returned from Cheyenne county, where
he was moat agreeably surprised at lbs
enormous crops raUed there this year
by dry farming methods. "We thought
we had some great crops In our section
of tae country," said Mr. Cruse, "but In
Cheyenne county they have enormous
yltlds of everything that they planted.'
rasilataa ' Be rwreel.
Start a two weeke' treatment of lr.
King's New Life tills today. Good for
stimiafh aiul liver fw All -
"BILLY" SUNDAY VISITS THE STOCK YARDS Shows the cattlemen that he
knows how to ride a horse. George Sunday 1 1 with him, with George Brewster, choristor,
in the background.
Jardine Takes an
Invitation to Ball
to'Rev. W. A.Sunday
City Commissioner Jardine Monday pre
sented "Billy" Sunday an Invitation to
the Ak-Sar-Ben grand ball on Friday
evening. The bid Includes a "lady."
The envelope carried by Mr. Jardine
read: "Rev. William A. Sunday."
, Mr. Jardine states that Mr. Sunday on
a previous occasion said he would ac
cept the invitation and would "drop In"
at the ball. '
Another Day for
Kids at Carnival
Chfldren will again enjoy special prlvt.
eges on the King's Highway this
afternoon. The day will be a half holiday
In the schools, because' of the auto floral
parade. School children will be adm ttee
to the carnival at half price, or 6 cents.
and the same jitney prices will prevail
at all the shows, including the higher
REV 0. H. CLEVELAND AND
MISS SARAH JOY WEDDED
irt. ts... tr m i..- . mi..
. . . .
Sarah C Joy were married at I o clock
I Monday morning by Bishop Williams at
i The groom has been vicar of St John's
Kplscopul church for two years, lie is a
son of the Kev. William J. Cleveland
thirty-five years missionary among the
Sioux Indians and was graduated from
the University of Nebraska.
The bride was born at Peru, Neb.,
graduated from the University of Ne
braska and for two years has been teach.'
Ing at Laconner, Wash.
BOY DID NOT AY WHAT
THE TEACHER THOUGHT
A youth In one of the Omaha schools
wss apprehended on the playground and
taken by a shocked principal to his
"Bee here, Miss Smith, do yon. know
what kind of language thle boy is Using
on the playgroundsT" demanded the
principal in the official, small-boy-terri.
"Aw." said the young prisoner, address
ing his teacher, "I never said what aha
thinks. 1 said 'hill'."
Shoulders, Around Waist and Oa
Face. Like Ringworm. Could
Hardly Sleep. WeUin2Weeis. ,
HEALED BY CUTICURA
SOAP AMD OINTMENT
"My lKUe boy was troubled with
whoa about one year old. It started -
thing like ringworm on the back of bis neck.
then oa bis shoulders.
around hie waist sad at
last spread to his face,
lie had what was ceiled
weeping sesame. Clear
water would erase out la
drops most all the tuna,
The skla would get red
HlWilV d water aosed out of
places on als back aad they stuck tight l
bis slothes. He could hardly sleep a alght
he woald roil aad scratch.
"So I sent fur OuUcura Soag and Otas
sseat aad ha was wsU wlthla two weaka,'
(Signed) Mrs. H. A. Browa, Atwood. Ka'
March m, itl.
Sample Each Free by Mall
Witt -p. bkta Book on request. Ad-
pust-card "Callriue, Dt. T,
Sold throughout the wurld.
if, rmm A x
Want People to Do'
(Correspondence of the Associated Press.)
1 ;hjN. Sert. 2.-Otie of tho first
reforms proposed. by the Women's War
Ktxinoinjr IrHuiie Is to Introduce the people
to try to get along without sweetmeats.
Other needed economies relate to the
f3S,00O,0OO spent annually tn motorcycles
and cycles and $20,00,000 on Imported gaso
line.' Britain spends also flo.OOO.OO) on
skins and furs, 17.800,000 on ornamental
feathers, 183,000,000 on silks, $3,000,000 on
wines and spirits and nearly itt.ooo.OOO on
The league also urges strict economy- In '
coffee, tea and all imported articles of
food, drink and water.
EAST AND WEST JRADE v -v
a: applfs and pmAmFs
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Oct. .-(Speclal ) "We'd
like to swap soma of our eastern apples
for your western Nebraska potatoes,"
wrote Governor Morehcad ' Saturday,
after hs had received from W. E. Moger
f Giles, Neb., a huge potato weighing
two pounds and four ounces.
Three other tubers lut as large, and
ten smaller ones grew In the same hill.
g As your daily companion WRIGLEVS will quench youK thirtt. keep your
p mouth and throat mobt and refreshed, quicken your appetite and aid digestion. 1
Ip y. I hut long, costs little and means much to your $t y
) pcon tLndh&ppimeAs. Two delicious flavors 111
according to air. Moger, who explained
that he lived twenty-five miles from a
railroad out in Brown county, and urged
that something be done to facilitate the
marketing of such products. '
Admire the Baby, x
Everybody admires a rigorous
baby, and every hopeful mother ex
pects a healthy Infant.
Experienced mothers everywhere
have told of the wonderful help found
in Mother's Friend, a sure, safe and
dependable external remedy that re
duces and overcomes pain and distress
and which is supplied by any druggist.
This remarkable treatment makes
ihe muscles, cords and ligaments
flexible expansion comes without
strain the nerves are relieved of
tension and thorough comfort is en
L A. , i
HALTED MILK 1
Vnlmmm you may -KORLMMCS
you may get m Sutumtiiuio,
Murder Committed in
Front of W. J. Bryan
After Pea'ce Speech
MIIT.ftMOno, Tev.. Oct t. Reopening
on old family feud, Mrs. Joseph Kirk
Patrick today shot and killed Dr. A. C.
ea!nr n front of the HIT County fair
grandstand, where several thousand per
sons hud gathered to hear a peace lec
ture bjr William J. Pryan.
Ir. Snylor, who was one of the most
prominent physlcistis of central Texas,
waa out on bond for the killing of Mrs.
Klrkpatrick's husband last January.
Mr. Bryan had Just concluded his lec
ture and was passing through the crowd
shaking hands when Mrs. Klrkpatrlck
approached an automobile In which Say-
Cleanse the Blood
Rheumatism Due to Bad Bba J. S. S. S. Your Remedy '
Thousands have been made well, People In the poorest health, suffer-,
ing from Rheumatism, with whom pain was constant. Who believed that
their vitality was rapped beyond repair. It was proven to them that the
cuse of their trouble was the blood; that Uric Acid, the moat faithful ally
, MHU B'.fKU A 11V yuir-vu IU 1 11 D IUUUU UHU eappou IUT
strength. The weakened bleed had allowed poison and impurities to aecu-i
mulate, and all energy was gone. They felt "poorly," were listless, pain!
was ever present, with poor digestion and dyspepsia. They tried B. 8, 8. !
nature's blood tonio. They gave up drugs. This compound of nature's'
remedies of roots and herbs did what drugs failed to do, It literally i
waahed the blocd free from poison, and with the flow of pure blood cauW
back health, strength, vigor and happiness, Get 8. 8. 8. from your drug
gist. Insist upon 8. 8, 8. If yonrs it a long standing case, write for'
special advloe to It, 8. 8. Oo Atlanta, Oa., but begin taking 8. 8. 8. at i
fbu Baby jt Bafli
lor was seated and opened fire at close
range wlta a small ristol.
The weapon empt ed. she began shoot
ing with a second pistol and then sur
rendered to Sheriff Lon. The body of
Ir. Baylor Showed ten ou.let wounds.
Mrs. Klrkpatrlck is s years of age.
WILL TEST VALIDITY OF
MOTHERS' PENSION ACT
(Trom a Stxff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, t'ct. 4 -Mpfclal.) Mayor
Bryan's free leg-jl aid bureau of Lincoln
will test the validity of the mothers'
pcnrlon act of the Inst legHlature, which
the county commissioners of Lancaster
county have refused to recognise.
City Attorney Teterson will prosecutfc
the case on behalf of Mrs. Mary Miller,
a widow with six children, dependent
entirely upon herself for support The
law provides a maximum pension of $10
a month for esch dependent child.
Lots of heat with :
It runs best with
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