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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 28, 1915)
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Corporation Will facilitate Trade
Between United States and Neu
tral Nations of Europe.
WILL CERTIFY ALL SHIPMENTS
NEW YORK, Oct. 87. The Amer
ican Overseas corporation, formed to
facilitate American trade with neu
tral nations somewhat after the man
ner adopted by the merchants of Hol
land In The Netherlands Overseas
trust, met here today to complete Its
organliatlon and discuss the details
of Its policy. The Idea of the cor
poration Is to give assurances to bel
ligerents that Its shipments are non
contraband and will not reach enemy
A letttr from Secretary RwlflHd of
tha Department of C irnmrr iprain;
tit Interest In the project and co-operation
along certain llnea, was placed be
fore the meeting
In the cane of Holland, the Overaeas
organisation's method are aim pie. fcvery
Importer or exporter muil first t pply to
tht tmat, which Inquires Into the
irenulneneaa of the bualneaa and demands
a bank guarantee and proof that Roods
to be exported are not for the account
of any peraon or firm belonenn to a na
tion at war. In the caae of Import, the
Overseas triint demands barm guarantee
and proof that' the goods are Intended
purely for consumption within the coun
try. Should the trader not keep his word,
the bank guarantee la confiscated. A
breach of truat Is quickly revealed by
examinations of the books of members,
which are made frequently. The coat Is
S of 1 per cent of the rood bandied.
No profit la made by the trust, any sur
plus going to the national relief funds.
The object sought by the American
Oversea rurpoiatlon la three-fold:
Maintenance of American commerce '
with neutral countries, tus prevention
of unnecessary detention of American
shipments to neutrals, and the conse
quent reduction In Insurance on car.
roea and ultimate re-eatahllahment of
;redlta In the countries affected.
KINO AND PREMIER OF SERBIA The picture shows
King Peter and Premier Pachitch discussing war measures
in the king's library at Nish.
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Joy Eiders Steal
Two Automobiles '
And Kill Horses
CHICAGO, Oct. 7. Five men and two
women are under arrest at Gary and
Crown Tolnt, Ind., as a result of their
melodramatic adventures, which began
In .Chicago early thla rrtornlng and con
ilnued through northern Indian until
J The party began In Chicago by robbing
'William Bchracder, a chauffeur, of W
and his car. Next they craahed Into a
milk wagon noar Gary, killing two
hot-sea and Injuring the driver. They
were pursued through Gary by police
men and firemen In aUto trucks.
Their machine, catching fire, they at
tempted to stop a Chicago-bound traJQ
by firing a revolver at, the engine.
Tills falling they stopped an automtil)ll
let, confiscated hie machine and oon-
tlnued eastward. When the Oary fur.
,uers drew too close, the party took -to
the woods, exchanged shots with their
pursuers and were captured, i'hey es
caped, however, but police reinforce
ments with bloodhounds were sent for
and eventually all were captured.
Minister Mvs Testimony.
The Rev. C, M. Knighton, Havanna.
Fla., writes: "For three months I suf.
fered Intense pain In kidneys and back,
which at times laid me up entirely. 1
read of Foley Kidney rills and after
trying various remedies without result
decided to try the Foley treatment I
wss relieved almost with the first dose
and It Is a fact that I used only lVff
botttoa ' when all of tha pains dlsap.
psarad. ' I am so years of age and now
feel Uke ' a young man again." Boll
everywhere. Advertisement. ,
Home Folks Come
'Y To See Alexander
GRAND ISLAND, Neb., Oct IT.-Spe-;ial
Telegram.) The AH tars played to
a crowd of 1.400 people In this city today,
l large section of the grandstand being
taken by ths flt. J"ftul contingent, who
came to the city by train and automobile.
Alexander pltohed the first five Inning,
when be was replaced by Pepper. It
ass purely an exhibition contest, though
.'eatuivd In the sixth by a home run over
the deep right field fence. .
Americans 6 I 0 1 1 0 t 0-7 10 I
N'nllonala 1001001! 0 t
riattrala: Americana, Jauws and Henry;
ivationais ana .Milter.
This evening the players were) enter
tained by the members of the Elks. They
left at I o'clock In the morning for North
DOGS MAKE GOOD SCORES
AT BEATRICE COURSING MEET
BEATRICE, Neb.. Oct. n.- Special Tel
egram.) Good attendance marked the
wwnd day of the courslna meet here
today. The winners in the Aberdeen cud
stake second heat of the setui-flnala were
Mr. Cannon, Lady Bus. Hob Clair, lone
Trail. The Wlnnera of the first heat cf
the seml-ftnala of the llestrlce derby
were: ceiva rwevereeiue, rean nn
flirt Scout. Mabel t'lnlr. Oust Roads.
II I x ii lsaie, Weepy Kate, The Conquer
ana ies Mann.
Gophers Do Easy Work. '
aflNNRAPOMH. Oct. V. The Unlver
ally of Allnneaola foot ball eleven scrim.
med with the freshmen ausln trwlav
but the regular took It easy and saved
t hemwiv. for Saturday's game with Il
linois. The Gophers making no p red to
tlims. but they will surely push them
selves to the limit and. If defeated, make
ineir opponents worn ror tnetr honor.
Yacht Deslaaer Die.
LONDON, Oct. rr. Michael Rataev
the veteran yacht deslHner, who crest ml
the first Hrltlsh ehsllenaer for th
Amerli-a cup. and likewise the schooner
amnria. w ntcn nereated James Oonlon
Honnett's I'nuntlee In the famous race
rrom wueenstown to New York, died ye
RECEIPE TO STOP DANDRUF
Thla Home Male llxtur Htop In.
druff and Falllnjf Hair and A Ida
Tj a half pint of water add:
vay nurn o.
liarbo Compound v, a small bos
Glycerine u og.
These are all simple ingredient that
you caa buy from any druggist at very
Tittle coat, and nux them yourself. Apply
to the scalp once day for two weeks,
"hen once every other week until all the
nlxture Is used. A half pint should be
nough to rid th head of dandruff and
kill the dandruff germs. It stops the
lair from falling out. and relieves itch'
tng and scalp diseases.
Although It Is nut dye,. It ecu upon th
haJr roots and will darken streaked.
faded, gray hair la ten or fifteen days.
It promote the growtb of the balr and
makes harah hair soft and gluasy. A4
New Sensation is
Promised in Caplin
And Schmidt Case
1.0H ANOKLEfl Cal.. Oct. rj.-The
county grand Jury began today an In
vest lt Ion of what were aaid to be new
phaaes of the case Involving the alleged
ynamltera, Matthew A. Schmidt and!
David Caplin, as a result of which. It
wss stated. Important developmenta might
be expected within a few hour. Offi
cials declined to affirm or deny reports
that new murder Indictments might be
An Important figure In the Inquiry to
day was Mlas Marie Latter of Chicago
and Ban Francisco, who waa aummoned
to the district attomey'a office and then
subpoenaed as a grand Jury wltneaa.
Beweral other witnesses were called
hose names were not learned.
David Caplin gave out a statement to
day denying punished reports that he
had made a confession.
This waa confirmed by detectives at
tached to ths district attorney's office.
Fred Kelly Breaks Leg
in Foot Ball Practice
LOS ANGELES, Cal., Oct. 27.-Kred
Kelly, world's champion hurdler In sev
eral claaaes, has broken his leg In foot
ball practice. It was learned hers today.
He has been playing with th University
Of Southern California, but did not go
to Berkeley last Saturday to play Cali
fornia. The extent of his Injury waa
not announced at this time.
Although Kelly's Injury consists of a
fraotura near th left anklo, a doctor
who atttended him said today that It
would not decrease the athlete's ef
ficiency at th hurdles. Friends, how
ever, were of the opinion that It might
rlously affect him whon he competes
In th National Amateur athletlo meet
at Newark next summer.
Is Sentenced to Die "
By German Court
AMSTERDAM. Oct. 27. (Via London.)
Anna Itenxett of Vlrvlera, Belgium,
wa sentenced to death by a German
court-martial at Liege Monday.
Tht woman waa on of nine person
convicted by the court-martial. Seven
wer Belglana and th others French.
Four were sentenced to death and the
others were condemned to terms of from
ten to fifteen year In prison. The
charge against them was of having col
lected Information useful to the French
government, for which It waa intended.
The sentences of death have not yst
been carried out.
KNOX COLLEGE DROPS
FOOT BALL FOR YEAR
GALE5DURO. lit. Oct. 27.-The faculty
of Knox college today decided that foot
ball at that Institution shall be discon
tinued, at least this year, because of the
death of Bryan Scott, Injured In the
gam with St. Louis October 18, and
who later died.
Notes from Lindsay.
LINDSAY, Neb., Oct. 27. t Special. )
members of the St. Leo's Dramatlo club
prenented the play, ' The Rosary," to a
full house at th Holy Family School
hall. Th actors all took their parts
welt and th big audience 'showed Its full
appreciation of their effort. , Th play
with the nma actors was given at
Madison and Platte Center last week.
The body of William lewejohn, who
died at South .Norfolk laat Sunday,' was
shipped here for burial. ' Mr. Lewejohn
was an old-time settler In this' part of
the country, leaving here a few years
ago. He had Juat completed a pew hotel
at South Norfolk, which, with the as
alatance of his daughter, n was run
ning. Besides the daughter, he leaves
two sons. Fred of Elgin, and William
of Humphrey, who own a hotel there.
Bumors of Deal to
Unite Federal and
CHICAGO. Oct. .-Chicago paper print
tortny a atory tht peace terms have
hcin reached, under which the Federal
lineuc and the National league will
unite. The story was publlnhl upon the
return of President Weeghman and Vice
Prenldrnt Walker of the Chicago Fed
ernla from New Tork, where they have
b" n for three weeka.
Mr. Weeirhman waa quoted as saying
that he would not "deny there had been
meetings In New Tork seeking a settle
ment In the base ball war. I cannot ad
vat.ie any Information now, but hope
soon to be able to glv out some news.''
The peace plan, according to the atory
published. Includes the possible purchase
of the New York Natlonnl by Harry
Sinclair, owner of th Newark Federals,
and the union of the National and Fod
ernl teams in Brooklyn, PL Louis. Pltts-
burKh and Chicago. Ttie grmnds at New
ark would be used by the GUnts on Sun
days. The Rrooklyn Federal league
grounds mltrht be turned over to th In
ternational league and ngreementa for
the union of the club In Buffalo and
Kansas City with an International league
club to go Into Raltlmor ar Included In
the plan, the papers say.
NEW TORK. Oct.. V. At National
league headquarters here it waa officially
stated today that no conferences had
taken plan In referene to the unifica
tion of National and Federal league In
terests. Secretary Foster of New Tork National
league club said:
"The Olants are, not for sale. There is
not a word of truth In the story.""
More Regiments to
Go to Douglas, Ariz.
EL PASO. Oct. ?7.-Ths Seventh and
Tewentleth Infantry regiments today wer
ordered from Fort BUS to reinforce the
I'nited State troops at Dougl, Arts.,
where Generl Calle of tine Carranxa de
facto government, with i.0 men at Agua
Prieta, aerosa the border, f a ea an attack
by General Villa with s,0f.
The regiments are expected to leave
within a few hour. Their arrival at
Dou?as wi:i add 1 men to the Doug
las force, which consist of about J.ooo
men under command of General Davis,
tROWNSVILLK. Tex.. Oct. 2T.-Unlted
State soldier are not under orders to
wait until fired upon before firing on
Mexican bandits and the ranking men In
commnnd of a detachment may use his
discretion. This was made clear In a
conference here today between United
States Senator Morris Pheppard and Colo
nel A. P. IMockeom, commanding the
P.rownavllle border patrol district.
Thla does not apply to firing across th
nm.iidnry, in which case soldiers must not
fir unless fired upon. This explanation
waa the outgrowth of reports to Senator
Shefpnrd that th soldiers were greatly
hand Ice ped by these orders.
day. It came nndcr the auspices of the
Young Men s Booster club for the second
engagement. Tickets to tha amount of
Raaalaa Iter Mark Oeth.
JtOJ'TON Oct 27. Contract hive ben
sinned by William M. Wood. presMent of
the American Woolen rompanv, for the
dellveiy of o.WOn ynrda of uniform cloth
to the Runs an government, it a as an
nounced here today. The order la aal.l
to be the larsest ever placed at one time
In Die litPtnry of the trailo.
Apartments, flats, houses and cottages
can be rent' 1 quickly and rhtaply by a
Bee "For Rent."
(i'fta to Harvard Announced.
CA MPRTP'V-? M.-isa.. O 't. 77 Gift t
Harv td unlcr.ily nivo'intd to I42 1
I' eluding one t.y Jnnies J. Hill of I12.".0i"t!
were announced todiy at a meeting ol
the president and fellows.
A "For Palo" ad will turn second-hand
furniture Into cash.
Takes Another Drop
NEW YORK, Oct. CT.-The value of the
English pound sterling, which has been
going down for the last ten days
dropped today to M S, a new low record
for the current movement A subsequent
rally carried Its value to U.f,. Negotia
tions looking to the establishment of a
supplementary Hrltlih credit, estimated
at from MO.OO.OOO to 2GO,000,000 were still
under way here today. This credit, it was
said, would be purely of a banking nature
and would not Involve the Issuance of
bonds to b offered to the public.
To Darken Hair
Apply Sage Tea
A few applications of Sage Tea
and Sulphur brings back its
vigor, color, gloss and
. thickness. .
Us Th Bee's "Swapper" oolumn.
Grand Island Gaaae Cancelled. '
CRETE. Nes., Oct, I7.-Bpecal Tele
gram.) The font ball game ' between
Grand Island college' and Doane has been
cancelled on account o fthe Inability of
Coaches Morrow and Kchlssler to agree
on officials. The Doane management de
cided that on account of the suspicious
attitude of th Islanders, It was best to
sever athletic relations with that sehrfhl.
In place of the game with Grand lalan.
one has been scheduled between the uni
versity reserve and a team composed
of Doane regulars and reserve to be
played on Doane field Friday. -
Common garden sag brewed Into a
heavy. tea .with sulphur . and alcohol
added, will turn gray, streaked and faded
hair beautifully dark and luxuriant, re
move every bit of dandruff, stop scalp
Itching and falling haln . Just a few
applications will prove a revelation If
your hair la fading, gray or dry, scra
Rly and thin. Mixing th Sage Tea and
8u)phur recipe at home, though, is trou
blesome. An. easier way Is to get the
ready-to-use tonic, costing about SO oenta
a large bottle at drug stores, known as
"Wyeth'a Sage and Sulphur Compound,"
thus avoiding a lot of muss.
Whil wispy, tray, faded half Is not
sinful, w all desire to retain our youth
ful appearance and attractiveness. . By
darkening your hair with "Wyeth's Sage
and Sulphur, no one can tell, because it
dos so naturally, so evenly. You Just
dampen a sponge or soft brush with It
and draw this through your hair, taking
one small strand at a timet by morning
all gray hairs have disappeared, and,
after another application or two, your
hair becomes beautifully dark, glossy,
soft and luxuriant Advertisement.
MADISON. Neb., Oct. 27. (Special.)
The marriage of Mr. Sterling Morton
Trine, -oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. O. A.
Trine, and Miss Alta V. Chittenden, only
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ira Chitten
den, was solemnised at the home of the
bride's parents, this city, at o'clock
this morning. Rev. Dr. Farmer of the
Methodist Episcopal church officiated.
Mlas Bertha Davie was bridesmaid and
Mr. Ralph Trine, brother of the groom,
waa groomsman. Mr. Ford Harper sang
the solo "Because," and Mrs. Ttlll Loh
man played the wedding; march. A wed
ding breakfast was served, after which
Mr. and Mrs. Trine departed on the
southbound paaaenger for various points
In Colorado. They wilt be at home In
their new home. Just completed, on Mr.
Trine' farm, east of Madison. Novem
Foes to Health
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Marlre Hand at Falls City.
FALLS CITY. Neb., Oct .f7.-8pectal.)
The United States Marine band drew a
crowd of 1.900 people to the city on Sun-
y- wr rvi ri . .-?tf
rVlw '.3, 7i
There can be no real
health so long as the Stom
ach, Liver and Bowels are
in a weakened condition
and are unab'e to perform
their daily functions.
are "foes to health" that
soon develop. You can help
Nature conquer them by
the timely aid of
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