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TUB HKE: OMAHA, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1915.
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MILLS GIVES MEN
LIGHTWORKOUT
Assistant Coach Howard, Who Saw
Notre Same Play, Prepare
Line of Defense:
EURFORD IS IN UNIFORM AGAIN
Coach Tommy Milt, aided by Assistant
Coach Howard and "Harpy" Hopkins, a
former tackle and captain of the Crelgh
ton eleven, etsrte.l the final drilling of
Ma squad for tha Notre 1'ima game yes
terday afternoon. The work waa com
paratively light, consisting mainly of sig
nal drill, forward passing and trick for
nations. Assistant Coach Howard, who
aaw tha Hoosler In action recently,
formulated a mothod of defenac against
the contemplated Indiana attack. How
ard, waa thoroughly Impressed with tha
ability of Harper'a team, hit believes
II at Crelghton will give a sod account
of Itself nevertheleaa.
Eddie Ourford, who laat year wan
placed on tha Mlaaourl Valley honor roll
aa center, waa out In a ault again yea
terday, and will play In hla old poaitlon
against the Hooalera. Knmanakl, who
filled hla place- aince liurford's injury
at Wealeyan, may be ahifted to end. Ha
la a feat, rangy player, and would hold
down a win poaitlon exceptionally well,
l'latx, though on the fltld in a ault, did
not participate In yesterday's practice,
owing to a badly brulael hand received In
tha St. Thomaa came. He will be In tha
same by iHaturday, however.
Today the tear.s will be put through a
atlff workout, wltii -rim mage agalnat
the University of Omaha aquad, aa well
aa the aerobe.
Cafc Leaders goath.
CHICAGO. Not. (.-President Thomaa
and Manager Breanahan of the Cuba
left thla evening for Klorlda to Inapect
altea for a training camp and to book
training trip gamea.
AIlNaloala Wla,
POOATEI-JO, Idaho. Kov. 8. The All
Katlonala dereatnd the AU-Amerlcan
tar team here today. to 6.
Attempts to Crucify
Himself in a 'Frisco
Church During Mass
BAN FRANCISCO. Nor. I.-Attemptlnr
aelf-cruclflxlon, while Buffering from re
ltgloua mania, a atranger. who gave hla
name later aa Thomaa D. Thornton of
eTerywhere," created a aenaatlon among
tha congregation at St. Mary'a cathe
dral, when with a length of gaa pipe, he
drove a four-Inch aplke through each
Inatep and pinned ore of hte feet to the
floor.
He uttered no cry of pain and had one
aplke driven home and the other through
hla foot, when reatralned by uehera, when
they heard the erica of tha congrega
tion. The action took place while the
eolemn elevation of the hoat. one of tha
portloni of the Roman Catholic maea,
waa tn progreaa and tha fact that the
congregation waa kneeling gave the man
the opportunity to remove hla ahoea un
noticed and drive In the nalla before In
terfered with. It waa neoeaaary to se
cure a hammer to pry the aplke looae.
He waa removed to a hoapltal.
A vlaltor from Ban Lute Oblapo, who
waa In tha congregation, la quoted by
Father Charlea Ramm of Bt. Mary'a
cathedral, aa eaprcaalng the belief that It
waa the aame man who attmptd a alml
lar act about a month ago In Ban Lula
Oblapo church.
WAR DON'T HURT THRIFTY
HABITS OFJJUTCH FOLKS
(Correspondence of the Aaaoclated Preea.)
AMSTERDAM. Netherlands. Oct.
Thrift, which la regarded a one of the
chief vlrtuea of tha Dutch people, haa not
been affected by the war. Mavlnge banka
returna ahow that of the near (.0U0.0O0
inhabitant Including men. women and
children of the lowlanda no fewer than
1.677.790 are deposltora In the poatofflee
aavtnga bank and about 500,000 others tn
the agricultural loan banka and private
awvtnira banka. making altogether nearly
t.w depoaltora, or over one In three
f the entire population.
The war raging all around doea not ap
pear to have diminished the saving power
or ma peopte to any appreciable extent
If at all. for at the end of July thla year
the total of the deposits In the poatofflee
savlnga bank had been reduced by only
t2.217.M3, aa compared with the aame date
In Uli, namely, t71.U7.SW). aa against tit.-
KX.KU. it la thought that most of the re
duction waa brought about by depoaltora
withdrawing their savings for Investment
In the new government loans, which re
turn a higher rate of Interest.
Oar Jltaar Offer Thla mmM
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mIom with lo and mail it tn a
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and address clearly. You win r-..
tn return a trial package containing
Foley'e Honey and Tar Compound, for
roujhL colds and croim: Knlv tfMni.v
nits, fur pain In sl.la and back, rheu
matism, backache, kidney and bladder
elimfnm; ana roiey lattiartta Tablets, a
wholesome and thoroughly cleansing ca
thartic, for constipation, biliousness.
ea4rhe and si'iKK'h bowsla S
every wt.cr. Ad vervlsemtnt.
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CAPTAIN AND STROKE OAR OF
YALE VARSITY CREW
Captain fleth Low of Tale varsity crew,
Will Dull tha stroka oar for tha Yale
boat In tha race with Columbia In New!
Haven harbor Friday, the day before the
Yale-rrlnoeton foot ball game.
CELEBRATES HIS
NINETIETH YEAR
Anderioa Miller of Falls City, One
of Old-Timer of Nebraska,
Obierrci Event
DINNER MARKS THE OCCASION
FALLS C1TT. Neb., Nov. l.-Rpeclal.)
November t waa the ninetieth birthday
anniversary of Anderson Miller and waa
celebrated with a family dinner at the
home of hla daughter, Mra. W. H. Keel
ing. Covers were laid for twelve members
of tha famlllee of Edward Morgan. Mra.
W. H. Keeling and Mr. Miller and daugh
ter, Fannie. Mr. Miller haa always been
a prominent cltlsen and his family are
prominent In social and church circles.
Robert Oantt of Omaha, la a grandson
of Mr. Miller.
Mr. Miller waa born in Hancock county.
Indiana, twenty-five miles east of Indian
apolis. November 6,' U25. There wero
eleven children In his fathers family, of
whom eurvlve himself and a sister, Mrs.
Jane Caughltn of St. .Joseph. Mo. March
17, 18U, ha married Mlsa Lucretla T.
Crane In Hancock county Indiana. Mr.
Miller was the father of five children.
Two of them are still living In Fails
City, via: Mra. W. II. Keeling and Miss
Fannla L. Millar. Three are dead, they
were Mra. Emma Oantt. Charlea A. and
Mary Irene Miller. .
In June, ISie, he left Indiana and came
to Missouri. lived there four years, than
went lo California, during the gold ex
citement In 1K0, where he remained
three yeara and then returned to Mla
aourl, remaining four years, then went
back to Indiana for two years, then to
Mlsourl for another two years and In
186 moved, to hla present home In Kails
City, Hera he endured all the hardship
known to the ploneera of thla county In
that early day and during tha war, when
all the auppllea had to be hauled over
land from tit. Joseph. Mo., and money
was none too plentiful In the country
and auppllea were high In price. Mr. Mil
ler missed one of the blf events In the
history of Falls City, the county seat
fight, that resulted In the killing of Vr.
Davis and Thomas L Meek, by being
away from home taking a party of seven
Indiana, prisoners from rtavannah. Mo.,
to the federal prison at Omaha. Mr. Mil
ler was a very active man and loved
hunting and trlpa across the plains and
In the Rocky Mountalna.
He made five or six trips to the raounn
talna to hunt boars and other big gams.
On one trip he went throurn the Yellow
atone) National park by team with hli
family. In 1&0 he oroaeej the plains In
going to the California gold fields. He
haa been to moat of the world'a fairs
and baa apent several wlnUra la New
Mexico and California.
He held the office of justice of the
peaoe one term, but he bad no desire
for publlo office.
He haa been a life-long republican and
haa been a Mason since lliM. He haa
been a farmer all hla life except the
time apent In digging for gold. His
homestead that be purchased lu l&g, haa
become part cf tha city. The city haa
grown a!) around him. He haa been here
since hla settlement and has helped ti
build up the city and Ita Institutions.
Eighty acres of his farm was included
In the city for forty years, while he was
using most of It for farm purposes and
on this bs had to lay city taxes.
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HUNDRED THOUSAND
IN BIG WET PARADE
Mayor Thompson Declines to Review
Marchera Protesting Against
Sunday Closing.
TWO HOURS PASSING THE STAND
CHICAGO, Nov. 8. More than
20,000 persona paraded through tha
streets of Chicago to express their
displeasure at the recent order of
Mayor Thompson, enforcing the
state law, keeping the saloons here
closed Sunday. Some estimates of
the number of marchers ran as high
as 100,000.
The parade, which was under the
direction of the United Societies for
Local Self Government, was held
with police approval and police par
ticipation. It was at first asserted
that if it was to be a demonstration
of disapproval of the enforcement of
the law, no police guard would be
sent or permit Issued. When It was
announced, however, that the parade
waa to be an expression in favor of
home rule, the permit was granted.
Although most of tne participants In
the parade were on foot, there were
thousands of automobiles and wagons
decorated with the' United States fiag
and shield of the United aocletlea with Its
motto, "Home rule and personal liberty
for Chicago."
The marchers came along ten abreast,
parallelling first a double column of au
tomobiles and horse vehicles, passing a
reviewing stand In Grant park facing
Michigan avenue. Mayor Thompaon de
clined an Invitation to review the march-
era, but tha atand waa crowded with of
ficers of the United aocletlea and their
gueata. More than two hours waa re
quired for the pedestrians to pass the
stand.
The marchers were grouped by race
and many wore the brilliant costumes of
their native landa. Alongside were au
tomobiles and wagons bearing tha women
of the same races. In tha gaily colored
gowna of their home landa. Besides flags
of the United States and banners and
emblema of their aocletk-a. the walkers
carried bannera expressing their political
and economic sentiments.
"We are the taxpayers," read a huge
sign, which bore reference to a publio
charge made after the recent dry parade
that It participants had been chiefly chil
dren and In only a few instances tax
payers or voters.
"The toller la worthy of hla re
creation," waa another banner. Still
others wore:
"It U less difficult to surrender our
liberty than to acquire It."
"If all the fool law a were enforced,
moro than halt the people would be In
Jail."
"Morality la not created by lawa. The
Sabbath waa made for man; not man
for the Sabbath."
"Tho remedy the referendum."
"Vlrtuo cornea not from tho penal
code."
Antl-ealoon people, who couoeded that
the demonstration had brought out an
unuaual crowd, attributed It to the closed
saloons, declaring It was the first time
such a demonstration had ever been un
dertaken without the competition of the
saloons' attraction. The United societies
aald that 101,470 persona took part, of
whom 12, KV) walked and SS.Wo rode.
Bulgaria Announces
It Is Pursuing the
Enemy Along Front
SAFIA (Via London), Nov. 1-Tha fol
lowing official communication waa laaued
today:
"Along tha entire front we are pursu
ing the defeated enemy. Our troops op
erating north of the Nlsava river have
approached the Morava valley and estab
lished near Paracln direct communication
with the German troops who are ad
vancing from tha north.
"At X o'clock In tha afternoon we cap
tured Nuth.
VOur troops advancing in the valley
of tha Bulgarian Morava have pene
trated tha Leakowacg plain. Our of
fensive on the Koaeovo plain Is progreaa
Ing along the entire front.
"Near Prllep, Krlvolak and Rtrumltaa
we arrested the offensive of the English
and French and repulsed them with con
siderable enemy losses. Wa raptured
many prisoners and vast quantities of
war materia la of all kinds."
BERLIN. Nov. 7. (By Wireless to
Sayville, N. Y.V-An official atatement
Issued at Bulgarian headquarters at
Sofia regarding the operations of
November S follows:
"Bulgarian troops forced a paaaag ot
the Tlmok ia river which forma part of
the boundary between Bulgaria and
Serbia) at Krlvlvlr and captured fcO Ser
bians with six cannon.
"Bulgarians reached the forts of Nil
"Considerable French forces which at
tacked south ot Strumltsa were re
I'Ulaed."
T
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Labor Has Faith ia
Voluntary System
irrrwri v
" LONDON, Nov. 5. A remarkable
demonstration In furtherance of Lord
Derby'a recruiting campaign was held In
Trafalgar square today by the tradea
unlona of London. Aa a result, a largf.
number of young men enlisted. Wit I.
the exception of the Clapham branch of
the Independent labor party, which de
clined to participate, all the unlona In
London aent representatives and im
mense crowd gathered in the square.
Resolutions adopted at the meeting re
affirmed labor's conviction that the
voluntary system of enlistment would
meet the needs of the country and
pledged devoted support to Lord Derby's
campaign "In order to bring the war to
a aucceaaful Issue and to prevent the
establishment . In .this country of -tha
conacriptlonlst military and naval sys
tem. German Submarine
Sinks Japanese Ship
TOKIO. Nov. 8. Tha Japanese steamer
Taaakunl Maru, 6.118 tons gross, waa
sunk by a German submarine near
Gibraltar Wednesday. The captain and
crew reached shore safely.
The Taiakunl Maru evidently wai the
victim of one of tha German submarines
which have passed safely through tha
Strait of Gibraltar Into tha Mediter
ranean sea -to undertake a- campaign
agalnat the merchant shipping of the
atllea and already have sunk vessels.
The Taaakunl Maru sailed from New
Tork, October , Oran. Algeria, and ar
rived at Gibraltar, October 13.
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THE substantial men of Am
erica use the Gillette
Safety Razor. It is quick, clean,
cool, economical, efficient!
There's a man you know who
would appreciate these qualities
in his daily shave
Give him a Gillette for Christmas!
Christmas Gillettes now
in the stores $5 to $50
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GILLETTE SAFETY RAZOR COMPANY, BOSTON
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NEW PREMIER HAS
F0RMEDJI1NISTRY
Skonloudis Accomplishes Task of
Constructing New Government
at Stormy Time,
LIKELY TO DELAY THE CRISIS
'. ATHENS, Nov. 8. (Via Paris.)
M. Skouloudis, commissioned by
King Constantine to form a new cabi
net, haa accomplished the task. AH
the members of the Zaimls ministry
are retained except the premier him
self. The new prime minister has
taken the portfolio of foreign af
fairs. The formation of the new
cabinet, it ii generally Assumed, will
delay, if not eliminate the crisis
which probably would follow a disso
lution of the Chamber of Deputies by
the king.
Members of Cabinet.''
The cabinet la composed of tha follow
ing ministers, who took the oaths of
office today:
Premier and Minister of Foreign Af
fairs M. Skouloudis.
Minister of Fubllo Instructions M.
Michelldkla
Minister of Justice and Communications
D. G. Rhallls.
Minister of Interior M. Goumaris.
Minister of National Economy M.
Theotokls.
Minister of War General Tanakltsas.
Minister of Marine Admiral Coutourt
Otls. Minister ot FinanceStephen Dragou
mta. Besidea tha premier, M. Michelldkla la
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the only new member of the cabinet. Theft
office he takea formerly waa held by M.
Theotokls, ' who becomes minister of na
tional economy, a new post.
Advice of Presn.
The press urges the advisability of go
ing on without a dissolution of Parlia
ment and a new general election.
M. Skouloudis la not a deputy, but Is
regarded aa an able diplomat, known
chiefly for the part he played In the Lon
don peace conference In 1913, after the
Balkan war. He waa mlntater of foreign
affaire In the Rhallls cabinet In 1897. He
la reputed to be favorably disposed to
ward the quadruple entente.
Panama Will Disarm
Its National Police
PAINAiMA, Nov. 8. Disarmament of tha
Panama national police haa been virtually
agreed upon between that country and
the United Statea. Policemen hereafter
will be armed only with revolvers and
batons.
BULGARS ATTEMPT TO
ENVELOP FRENCH FORCE
LONDON. Nov, a A division of 16.000
Bulgarians Is attempting to envelop the
French force In the Valandovl region, ac
cording to Information from Bulgarian
soldiers obtained by a Greek outpost,. says
a Reuter dispatch from Salonlkl.
A Serbian official Is quoted aa declar
ing the Serbs are holding firm at Babuna
Paas, where all Bulgarian onslaughts
have been repulsed. The. paas la aald to
be piled deep with Bulgarian dead.
An Important British contingent arrived
Saturday at - Salonlkl, where additional
landing facilities have been granted the
The "BuIlcJojr" $5
With GoM Plated Raaor-M
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lilies after negotiations with the Greelc
authorities.
Eleven Hundred Hit
The Trail at Atlantic
ATLANTIC. Ia., Nov. I. (Special Tele
gram.) Dr. Henry W. Bromley of Ken-,
tucky and his party of alx workers
closed a week's evangelistic campaign In
Atlantic tonight with a net result of 1.109
conversions. Three great meetlnga wero
held today, at which Dr. Bromley apoko
to upwards to T.000 people and at the laat
meeting tonight tha great tabernacle was)
thronged to tba doora. Tha collection fo
the day. which goes to Dr. Bromley,
amounted to about $3,800. Tha converts
include many prominent buslnoas and
professional men and women In all walk
ot life.
KbIm aa.m a -m
Otio Glick's O.-Q. Shoe Store,
W. O. W. Bid.
Oa gale Next Tharaday
All the Women's Fancy Drees
Slippers, including bronse kid
patent leather, black satin,
straps or pumps, made fl rr
for evening wear, 5 1 VX
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