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VOL XLV-XO. lOl.1
OMAHA, THURSDAY MOKXIXd, OCTOBKK 14, lOl.V-FXH'inT.KX 1'AdlX
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BOSTON RED SOX
GAME AND FLAG
Caxrijan Clan Wini Blood-Stirring
Contest with Horn Run of
Hooper in the Ninth
FIVE TO FOUE, IS THE SCORE
Jhort Fences of Philly Park Proye
to Be Benefit of American
NIEHOFF GETS HIS FIRST HIT
WORXD'S SERIES FIOVKX8.
attendance 80,300 143,340
roial Receipts.. .$53,039.00 $330,37150
Coin's. Share...... S.Soa.SO , 3S,03fl.l
Players' Share.. .46,833.10 1S1.7S&.SO
tiaoa Club's Share 93,41303 Tl.712.SO
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Sostoa 01100001 14 10 ' 1
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' PHILADELPHIA. Pa., Oct. 13. A
borne run clouted over the center
field fence by Harry Hooper of Cap
Kola,' Cal., this afternoon put a
clincher on the claim of the Boston
American league club to the base
ball championship of the world. The
home run marked the final scoring
efforts of the 1916 world's series and
gave the deciding game to the Boston
Red Box by a score o 5 to 4. Four
games for th eRed Sox to one for
the National league champions was
the came record for the series.
Today's game. was one to stir the
blood. It was a battle from the
,imp, with the Issue ever In doubt.
'Twice It seemed that Philadelphia
had a winning margin, but twice the
Red Sox hammered their way to the
front. The game was a batting bee,
in which the Phillies got an early
start. For the first time In the series
the hum of the homer was heard in
the land. The Boston hitters sent
three balls hurtling to the center field
stands for the circuit. Hooper got
two of the home run smashes and
Ladarus "Lifts Oae Ore Fence. f
The Philadelphia players valiantly tried
to meet the Invaders at the home run
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rlgirrfleTJ WHIT' Hi the fourth, hut here
the heavy firing of the home folks ended
and for the last five innings there was
never a tnreat or rnuaaeipma lames.
The short fences Of the Philly bark.
donfldentb looked forward to as a bene
fit to th home players, proved In the
end their undoing. Cravath, home run
, monarch of the" National league, was ex
pected to ' break up games with' smashes
out of the lot, but he got his long- hits
In Boston, where they were speared for
sensational outs and before , the home
crowds "Gavvy" could only whiff the
air When 'the fans were frantic for a hit
All through this world's series the Red
Sox. have been just good enough to win.
When the Philadelphia team fielded bril-
v llantly the Boston players shone with a
greater degree of radiance. When the
Philadelphia pitching was airtight the
Boston twirling was just a little tighter, I
and today, when the long-silent bats of
the Phi litre began a lilting song of biffs
and blngles, the Boston bats crashed in
more strident tones. ' 1 -
Hard Oa to Leu.
' Never very far above their rivals In
any one of the five games, the men of
the American leaguo in the last four
starts were . always just within the
shadowy line 'of success. It was a hard
series for the Phillies to lose, but a
brilliant victory for the Sox.
Surprises Fin with Mayer.
When the official announcement mega
, phoned to the grandstand that Manager
' Moran had started Ersklne Mayer to
pitch, there- were expressions of surprise
as the fans fully expected that Alexander
would be called upon to ward off final
defeat for the championship. Hooper be
gan his busy afternoon by lacing the
first ball pitched to renter field. Scott
(Continued on Page Ten, Column One.)
Forecast till 7 p. m. Thursday:
i Vm nmmUm r.unnll 111 i f Vl.lnllu
Kalr; not much change in temperature.
S a. m.
t s. m.
7 a. m.
8 a. m.
10 a. m.
11 a. m.
1 . m.
2 p. m.
I p. m.
r w a
4 p. m.
8 P. m 71
s p. m S
7 p. m M
I p. m $2
Teraaeratara at Osaaha Yesterday.
Comparative luoeal Beeord.
1915. 1914. lal.t 1911
Irllxhest yesterday 71 44 81 63
Lownt yesterday 47 41 S4 42
Mean temperature 69 42 M U
Preclp tatlon .. 14 .l .00 .uu
Temperature and precipitation depar
tures from the normal at Omaha since
March 1, and compared with the last
Normal temperature J M
Kxcees for the day S
Total defk'lenry since March i 516
Normal precipitation Winch
Eiccik for the day 25 Inch
Toml rainfall since March 1. .24.92 Inches
IWtr'enoy since March 1 1.05 inches
lcf:-lrncy lor cor. period. l'.Ml 1 .. J In -Ikw
I If noy for cor. period. 1911 l.6 Inches
Reports fro at Statlaas at T P. M
l-UiU ,) anii State
Temp. lllgh Rain-
of Vv eslhir.
!- Chryentie. ciourl
lavenvrt. otouily .
I'anvt-r, part cloudy
lie Mulnes, clear .
Nufth Plaile. clear
7 p. in, est.
Hhpid City, part cloudy . M
rihert1an. clear 61
S ous City, clear i
alentlne, clear -...6
U A. WELSH, Locsl Forecaster.
THE MEN IN THE METAL MASKS French solaiers near the German trenches are com
pelled to fijht the poisonous gases. The masks are. made of aiuminum, and contain cotton
saturated with hyposulphite of sodium. Goggies "i the eyes.
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DANCE AND MOYIES
GET ANOTHER BLOW
After Severe. Scoring by "Billy"
Sunday, Mist McDowell Follows
wjth Mild Denunciation.
SHOULD REDEEM SOCIETY DANCE
Modern society dances and the
movies, both of which have been
j lambasted by "Billy" Sunday and
members 01 the woman s club this
week, received another blow, though
a tempered one, at the hands of Miss
Mary E. McDowell, head of the Uni
versity of Chicago settlement, who
spoke at the Commercial club
. Though opposed to the tango, Miss
McDowell thinks that "Billy" Sun
day Is all wrong on the recreation
subject. "If I could discuss It with
him, he would preach another ser
mon on recreation," said Miss Mc
Dowell. "Recreation is a necessity. Dancing la
as natural to the child as dramatics. The
trouble is most recreations are exploited
for profit. If you make money from the
play instinct, you build the wrong kind
of cltlsenshlp. Let us redeem dvulng.
Why should the devil have It There Is
nothing but ugliness in the dances you
have' been doing lately. At the settle
ments they dance folk dances, nothing rs
bad as they do in your circles," she de
"Isn't It true society dances should be
redeemed before the municipal dances,
Miss McDowell?" she was asked.. .
"I wouldn't wait for that," was the
j quick reply. ' "
I Careful censorship of movies, awaiting
j the ' Inevitable return' to the '" spoken
drama, was advised by the speaker.
I "We'll all be bored soon because there Is
no talking back In the pictures. Some
times I am tempted to talk back myself,"
she exclaimed. - .
The work of the social settlement itnd
Its place In the community were em
phasised by Miss McDowell. "The set
tlement is not a mission nor a charity. It
Is a common meeting place. It Is a
modern neighbor, with modern methods
to meet modern needs, but with a good,
ola-faehloned heart. ' It proves the need
' of a certain thing to the community,
awakens the civic consciousness and de-
1 velopa the need to its attainment through
personal service. Settlement workers
1 don't pose as uplif ters. We hate the
j word In Chicago and never use It.
j "The church does not teach ethics. I
; aay this, .much as I love the church.
Moral education la social education. Tou
; can't love Qod, whom you haven't seen.
unless you love the brothers whom you
Tiave about you."
The open school house was advocated
by Miss McDowell. "The school ought
to be the people's palaces. Dancing, dis
cussions, old-fashioned debates should
be held there. There Is not aa Indusr
trial plant In the country which wastes
as much aa we do by not throwing open
our school houses." '
Miss McDowell praised Omaha for Its
progressive spirit in cresting a recreation
I board and for refraining from provincial
j Ism by bringing an expert from else
I where to conduct the work. Her emlre
t talk, which sparkled with keen-edged
j humor, was replete with suggestions for
I work to be carried out here. A woman
I on the recreation board, an open school
house near the social settlement on Kouth
Thirteenth street, and a big dramatic
production like "The Piper," with Maude
Adams for the leading role, to tones,
civic lessons were among the thoughts
she left with the audience.
The speaker was l:il. o.iuf-ed l.y V V.
Baxter, who In turn wus presented by
Mrs. Phl!l Potter, resident of the So
cial Service board.
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Last Port on West Coast of Mexico
Captured by the Carranra
BAR POWDEB AT TEXAS LINE
lfOrlAUBB, 1H1S., St. lli'HWIs
agents here stated today that Ou ay
mas, Sonora, the only port on the
west coast of Mexico under , Villa
control, had fallen.
Carlo Randall, successor of Jose
Maria Maytorena as Villa governor of
Sonora, said the Villa garrison at
Guaymas, under General Sosa, evac
uated thetown last night. A Car
ranza force of 1,000 men were landed
rom the gunboat Guerrero and trans
ports, a few miles south of the city,
last night and attacked the town, he
General Callea Heports.
General Calles, commanding the
Carranza forces in Sonora, stated to
day that he had been Informed that
the attack on Guaymas, Sonora, by
Carranza forces, under General M.
M. Digues, began last night.
It was rumored that the town had
Hold Vp Arms.
EL PASO, Tex., Oct. 13. Customs of
ficials, refused to tennit a shipment of
powder to crosj the border today. This
was the first Indication that an embargo
on the exportation of arms and ammuni
tion Is in effect.
It Id understood the shipment was
stopped by Older of General Pershing,
commanding at Fort Bliss, co-operating
with the customs officials.
' Official reports from Chihuahua re
ceived at Juares relate that General
Canuta Reyes, heading an 'expeditionary
force of Villa troops, has attacked , the
rear guard of General Obregnn and forced
It back upon Torreon. Kin tiling in the
neighborhood of Tuluca was also re
Prominent Men On
the New Haven Jury
NHV TORK, Oct. .-Rcores Of specta
tors mingled with tslesmen In the United
Statea district court today when the case
of the twelve directors, past and present,
of the New York, New Haven A Hart
ford railroad, charged' with violation of
the socal'ed criminal clause of the Sher
man anti-trust law, was called for trial.
AU were eager to get a .view of ths
twelve men, among them some of the
foremost financiers of the country. Tbey
William Rockefeller. Lewis Cass Led
yard. V. Newton Barney, Robert W.
Taft. A. Heaton Robertson, Edward D.
Robblns. James H. Hemingway, Charlce
V. Brooker, Charles M. Pratt. Henry K.
McHarg. Frederick F. Brewster and
George MacCulloch Miller.
Admiral Peary Up j
. In an Aeroplane!
NEW YORK. Oct. 13.-FHends of Rear
Admiral Robert E. Peary, discoverer ol
north pole, congratulated, him today upon
ths . fortunate termination of his first
flight In an hydro-aeroplane, which ended
in a volplane Into the water off Long
Reach, L. I., from a height of l.tOt Beet.
after the eng'ne hai etipped In midnight, j
V hen as! ' Incident. h J
td : j
I thought It ass all part of the game
a hen we rtart'd to come dumn. I had'
rot the sl ghtest k'ea there wus anything
rung with the machine." 1
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French Report Admits Loss of Soma
Ground in Shell Fire of Great
Intensity Long Carried On. ' '
RAIDS MADE BY AIR SQUADRONS
".' !'..-'-' - ' '
aiWB, I'ru.dfa-iqiai'.S lories ."uYW.. ) inil nf w . Hir.trrtjo.U
uermans were euccassiui in gaining;
nnaueaalnn m Frrwh tranoh IPV1
triM.i nnr tl. i...
the Paris, official report. The text
Cf tha communication follows:
"At the conclusion Of the bombard -
ment yesterday, the enemy delivered;
...... .... .
Mil III Hill TV Bl I RI'K BKHIUMI 1111 r IIIIKIS
northeast of Souches.
k. the preceding
tlons to the
ones, were everywhere completely re-
"Lest night saw artillery actlnos of
Intensity tn which btoh sides tok nart
between the Somme and the Olse, In the'
region of Andechy and to the east of:
Rhelms, In the direction of Moronvlllers. 1
Butteries of the enemy have delivered a ,
violent cannonade In the region to the
south of Tenure and to the east of Butte
do Menll. Our' artillery held this fire'
back affectively, and In the meantime we
are making further progress from trench
to trench at a point to the east of tha
earthworks known as 'The Trapese.'
"There has been fairly Intense fighting
with trench machines around f'lirey, and
more violent fighting.' accompanied by ar-i
tlllery exchanges. In which both sides '
took part. In the suburbs of Relllon. f
"In the Vosges the enemy, after a
complete check 'to its attack along the
front from the Llnge to the Schratsman-
ntle, resumed Its tffor yta.erday evening.
A' second outburst of artillery fire along
ins entire iroiii, in preparation lor an in-,
fantry advance, was followed by a fresh 1
attack, generally speaking, resulting In
"The Germans were able to gain a foot-
ing In our first line trenches at only one
point, and this was to the south of the
Lings hills. The trench they took was be
tween sixty snd eighty yards long. Our
counter attacks made U possible for us
to reoccupy a portion of this trench Im
"A squadron of nineteen French aero- where he has been studying methods for!" British government, upon me ex
planes has thrown down 140 shells on the s'vlng employment to cripples. , J press condition that the secretary of
railroad station at Baseancourt. whence Mr- Ollbreth has been requested by Ger- 1 cotrnif rce would be the consignee. The
movements of the enemy have been re
ported "Another air squadron composed of
eighteen maohines. has bombarded the
railroad Junction at Achlet-Le-Grand.
Uapaume. Other machines have bom
barded the railroad tracks at a
Mayor Bell is
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X1UU UlbLUU Ui JliCiL tLKJ
Ov Lrlft I Tlfl,l il 11TV
NAI-OLIS. lnd 0, t. 13.-A ver-
tftr (111 tV In ha -.on... r.ul.el
diet of not
guilty In the case against'
Mayor Joseph E. B.,11. ch.rged with -lee- , -r
tion coiisplracy was reached by th. Jury, KoreUn M nl.ter IMraase's resign.
at 12:11 o clock thl. aft. ri.oon. Th. Jury;ujn $roul w dl.pl.ead oomm.nt In par
was out one hour and rorty-thre. mlr- lHment.ry garters.
J The Chamber of lieputies this evening
rilDI nVlirilT S-Cirirt . I adopted ?. resolution of confidence In the
EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES government. The vote was J7S to S.
Ant ALL fJuMING Tn TIMF I
Lator Commissioner Coffey
Omaha yes'erday conferring with em-j
ployment agrncles In regard to the en-1
forcement of the new law regulating those'
Concerns. Since the supreme court has1 SPRINGFIELD. III.. Oct. IX A second
refused to grant an Injunction restrain-! attempt to have the Illinois woman suf
Ing the enforcement of the law Mr. Cof-lfrage law declared unconstitutional met
fey does not enlUloHia any furthei j with defeat here today when the stste
trouble gct-lng th. compliance of the! supreme court refused permission to Chl
agencts. Only one agncv so fsr has'rago attorneys to file a brief relating to
put off spil'ri; for a licciisc and muklng
i'i inauon mr a iotia.
BE A SIDE ISSUE,
IS SUNDAY'S YIEW
Eerring- Lord Should Be Principal
Concern, Declares the Evangelist
at Alternoon Meeting in
WORK ONLY TO PAY EXPENSES
Christian Who Does Not Give Lib
erally to Aid Church Meets
CHAFIN MEETS HIM AT TAB
Trail Attend. Collee.
Hitters, aaee. tloaa.
PrsvlOHs Says.4,S3S 681,000 $S7.S1S.31
Afteiacoa ... TS 4.000 IBS 00
Sveaing 178 $.600 37500
Totals 4,607 633,800 i
ror rampalga nnrooaes, with anoU ,
lerted pledna of 8S03. ,
To be dlvl'ed eaually betwtsn Bal-a.
tloa Army and Tolunteere of America, i
HOTS AKD OIK!.! TKAX& KITTXTi". !
l'rv1oni Days S.BOS .
Tom (1st , jag i
Tl a. ra to B p. m. Bnelnsss women's
luncheon, 1809 Taraam street, Miss
ISiao to ISiFO v. m. Kea's prayer
nesting-, T. St. O. A.
S p. m. inday at tbe Tabernacle,
3 t. m. Tabernaele Bible class.
p. in. Housemaids' meeting, T. W.
SllS u. m aonth Kids His-h aenanl
tr's, rirst rresbyterlaa oh ares, M st
8145 n. tn Bos" and rils' merttnc,
T'rt. Reform church, South de. Mis-.
4-So o and r4rl' -nee'la.
tohan-an resvteraa church, amth
R'd. Miss Osmlln.
7i'0 t. m "nflav at tha Taberaae1
7!0 p. Tounr eo"ls's meetlnvt
Person MMondlet ehnreh, "Trtlrrlm's
.Torress" In -letnres. Wis fltoml'n.
8 rv )v1. oj,,, Ollrst Baptist
eltnreh, Miss axe.
Yesterday afternoon "Billy" Sun
day smote those who call themselves
Christians and yet do not "follow
Jesus" whole heartedly, those who
are lured away by the vanities of the
"Serving the Lord should be your
principal business," he said. "You
can practice a profession or engage
in business as a side line just to pay
l "A man who would delay serving
j Christ for something else is as bad
1 as a man who would go in a barber
shop for a haircut after he heard his
j wjfe was dying.
i'o you una up to tne church pitce a
Wefc In a 14,000 automobile and drOD
i cents In the collection basket and then
cushions .nd ain,
-Jesus Paid it Alir r n. i rn .
1 Jesus ram Ji AH7 uo vou tny 12s ror a
, hat and droD a nickel In the collection T
Tote fair with God. Don't be a hobo in
tract when vou can hn a miillnn.ir.
I .............. .
r yourself.' keep down!
your wjrM Vm ftf
; oombatve dlspoHltlon. I meet people :
sometimes that I feel like knocking down,
... , , ,. . .... .... . ,Z
"ul 1 uone 11 ei. 11 taaes nail
' Mr' 6undV's time holding me in. , I
haven't cut loose since I've been In
Omaha, but I may."
rcasucaiiy imuaiea tne wnine or
P'OP' whose feelings are always being
nun una wno nave to do smootnen flown ,cUva existence and meeting once a
by the mlnUter bo they'll keep coming WMi, (he yenr round.
to church. He called them people with jt a expet ted that In Omaha nearly W
"i - hi ' dlf-pcM'-ns. 'such permanent classes will be org&ntsod
Kugcno W. Chafln. candidate of the lln membership of about i .000.
prohibition isrty for president In liUij j.t befure coming to Omsha Miss 8axe
and for many . years a lecturer and; made a special trip to Denver to confer
worker In the cause of temperance. occu-wlth the Bible classes there end to review
pled a piece on the rostrum. He was 'the work that has been accomplished by
warmly greeted by Mr. Sunday after the;
sermon. Mr. Chafln was delighted.
"I never heard you preach before," he
said, "but you certainly are all right.
Keep hitting the saloon and God bless
.J.W0 fflllllOn M.Cn
Made Cripples b y
the War in Europe l
NEW TORK, Oct. . There are now ' statement the Iepartuient of Commerce
J.OOO.iKX men In Europe who have suffered sald'
the loss of limbs, faculties, or both, as a i "Heveral months igo the secretary con
rrault of Injury In the war, aciording to ecnted to act as consignee of two largo's
Frank B. Oalbreth of Providence, R. 1., !of dyes from Germsny, for which Safe
.who hsa Just returned from Germsny. f passage was assured by permits granted
many to instruct a corps of teachers how
to enable rrii pled fighting men to be -
come productive members of society after
the war, ,
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I lrllJilbtUI Ul XaUCiU
PARIH. Oct. 13.-Tre
j Theophlle Deli'stse, the
i of France, was armour
101 rrance. was announced at noon
Ignatlon of M. Dcli-asse at a conference .MAYOR GRACE DEFEATED j
of cabinet member, and the ret.rmentj IN DEMO PRIMARIES i
was eanct'oned. i .
Premier ViM.nl will Uk. th. portfolio N n, J
. . . . I Ct f A W I IftTON. B. ? . O t. 1. PtHtm!
- . i i,w .
Scores a victory
the suffrage law in connection a I h an-i
j ether suit
Along Weitern Front French Re
nme the Offensive Through
ont Champagne District
HEAVY LOSSES FOR GERMANS
PKTROGRAD, Oct. 13. Another
striking victory has been won by the
Russians on the southern front In
etstr-rn Galtrla. They have pierced
the last line of Austrian defenses on
tbe Strips river and stormed one ot
the strongest points on the Austro
German right flank.
BERLIN, Oct. IS. The Austro
German Invasion of Serbia is making
progress, the war offire announced
today, although the Rrrbinns by their
resistance are Interfering, to some ex
tent with the advance. A village and
other positions south of Belgrade
Lave boon raptured.
LONDON, Oct. 13. Bulgaria has
declared war on Serbia, says a Cen
tral News d'.spatch from. Paris.
BUCHAREST, Oft. 13. A dispatch
from the Bulgarian frontier states
that a declaration of war against Ser
bia will bn posted throughout Bul
LONDON. Oct.lT The Issue be
tween Bulgaria and Serbia appar
ently has been Joined squarely. It Is
reported unofficially that Bulgaria
has. declared war. Little is known
here of the progress of hostilities be
tween these combatants, beyond the
fact that Bulgaria has Invaded Serbia
and is said to have suffered reverses
in the opening engagements. In
northern Serbia the Austro-German
invaders are meeting wl'.h stubborn
The report from Petrograd yesterdny
of an , Imiiortant Russian success li
Oolkla hsa been confirmed offlclslly.
General ivanoff has broken the Austro
German front along the ftripa, taking
(Continued on I'ago Two, C-'lurnn Ti.)
Permanent Bible .
Classes ' Will Be
Formed This Week
First steps booking to the erkanisalloil
eT Permanent neighborhood Bib Classes
i throughout the city and Council
lit be t.ken after the afternoon
will. He taken after tne atternoon -rsoer-
naclo meeting Thursday, When Miss
Orac Snxe will explain Just" how
j nelKhborhood prayer meetings are
.changed into the Bible classes, which
cont,nu wo,k fter tn Bundasr
There were ISo of these nMrhborhoo.1
m.u.. n.nt I . . I n at 1 1 11 1 Alt nitr1 M ' IIM
pryer, rneetings Instituted t
campaign started and most of
i.;Dr ,iimr,,,ip tn"... . . . .
campaign started and most of them have
continued, meeting every Tuesday and
Friday mornings during the campaign.
T1 w ... .r.,1 V. . lufuni anviitMl In tlirm
'form the basis 'for the permanent Bible
daj,,,,, i Ienver. Des Moines and other
clUe. ,(.orf, cf these classes are stIU l.i
Coal Tar Dye On
Way from Germany
WASHINGTON, Oct. JS.-Flfty tons of'
coal tar dyrstuffa of eGrman manufitrut.e
were due In New York todsy on the
steamer St. I.oula, consigned to the sec
retary of commerce. The c.inslgmcnt Is
for the account of Wlli'am A. Mitchell,
vowell,' Mass., representing the National
Asaorlatlon of Cotton MrnuTarturcis. In
;mDorgo upon me exportation oi
'cagoes from Get many has not been
ill'ted. Arrangements were made, however,
iby American manufacturers with the
j British government whereby thst govern-
! ... n. V, U . niinlf imH tha evikortatinn to !
ihe I'nlted Htates of the dyes coming on
tn. Kt ,ul.. ,t hl(p5. that thl. I.
The consignment was shipped Into Hil-
I land before the German embargo was
resignation of Imado and tho consent of the British go
forelgn minister ! eminent was ell .hat wae necessaiy to
secure Its re.eaae,
OIIAR1.KSTON. S. C. Ot. IV fltite
troops still were h"'d In their arnvrtes
here early today, where they had been
ordered bv Governor Mmnlng. to be
ready to take over police duty. If n ceas
aary, to preseir. it drr In ye.terJay's
democratic primaries. No d s'urh.nce
had been reported, however, up to an
I'nof ft -lal advices from t he governor',
office at Columbia were that the troop,
which ronalsted of four companies of
the National Guard of South Carol ua and
three divisions of ths naval companies,
aould be relieved today.
The ticket headed by Mayor John P.
Grace apparently wa. defeated In the
primary by that ld by bl. opponent for
the mayoralty nomination. Trlatam T.
Hyde, according to virtually complete
unofficial reluina. had a majority of less
than 140 out of a 400 votes cast.
BRING DEATH TO
Eight Persons Killed and Thirty
Four Injured by Attack of
German Airships Upon
MANY BOMBS ARE DROPPED
Material Damage Done by Shelling
of City is Said to Be
MEAGER REPORT OF ASSAULT
LONDON, Oct. 14. Zeppelin air
ships have made another raid over
London, dropping bombs. Eight per
sons ore derloared to have been
killed and about thirty-four Injured.
The material damage done is said to
have ben small. v . .
Denver with Their
Petition for Votes
DE.NVKN. Colo., Oct. ll.-The suffrs
Slsls' automobile psrty, carrying resolu
tions adopted ty the woman's voters con
vention In Ban Francisco In Heptemner,
and a petition bearing 5W.W0 signatures ef
electors In the twelve suffrage stntes, ar
rived today on their overland journey
from San Kranc'sco to Washington. The
party was met several miles north of
) Ienver by local suffragists and escorted
to the steps of the state capltol, where
at S o'clock they met Governor Carlson.
The resolutions to be presented to con
gress, pledgo support of those congress
men, senators and government officials.
Irrespective of party, who favor the adop
tion of the Susan B. Anthony amendment
to the federal constitution, providing
equal suffrage for women.
WASHINGTON, Oct. II.-Ambasssdor
luorgrnthau has been directed to Inquire
of the Turkish foreign office, it was
learned todsy, as to whether concessions
regarding exemption from persecution ef
I Protestant and Catholic Armenians were
, blng carried out. The concessions were
i made In rtsranre-to recent reprcse&tailotie
T ths. I'ulinl tftataftmtibfrft! in
formation has reached here Indicating
that the persecutions were continuing.
Officials of the departmont asserted to
day that the delsy In receiving the Turk
ish answer might be due to Interrupted
The Day a War News
IT IS I OKFiriI,l,Y aaaaaaced
that Dalgarla has declared war oa
Serbia. Already Bulgarian troops
hare advaared to the attack oa tha
nBEIJCE 19 MAlXTAI-4I.ua Urn atll.
fade af armed aeatrallty. Athena
advices state that the Greek siov-
1st Is a sltaatloa purely Ualkaa
affair aad that therefore times la
aot bound by Its treaty with
Serbia to eonit to the latter'e aid
la realstlag the prrseat Dulgarlaa
TElTOSIf ADVA-4CR la Serbia
aoath of the Danube la admittedly
progressing;, altaoaah appareatly
with ao great speed.
DKFIN1TH DKCISIOJ for or agalast
ronserlptlon la Or eat Brltala may
be made at teday'a sneetlBST af tha
BRITISH SI'BMaHINES are aaahlaa
Inroads upon tier ma a eommeree la
the Ualtle. Five steamers have
two, the latest reported being the
Walter I.eonhardt, ot 1,301 tons.
I THE WANT-AD-WAY
IJk W 'K
-.""; 'us " V'-VI.
"I believe ttit'ril sell out my farm
A Bee Wart Ad hob': So tit barm,'
So be tid ths Want Al
sad tbs answers i.e had
Ka.de a row xuost as long as bis aim.
The Want Ad sold his horse aad bis ew.
Sold his honss snd Ll barn ad his plow.
Ke moved Into towa
Asd taers estt.ed dowa.
And the farmer Is Quite happy aew.
This Is the starling period of the
"F'ar-n l.aiid' loanon. To socure a
r;fMat fell husln.ss Hdv'rrtlsq pour
and o.ferlni,s now In TUli lit-li.
THE OMAHA PKIO Is read by the
- e thlfst snd inest orogrexalra
farmurs of the central a est.
Telephone Tyler 1000 now and put
your Ad In
would) iSTT'ijy vL
THi: OMAHA UEE.
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