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TIIK RKK: OMAHA, SATURDAY. NOVKMHKR 20, 1915.
INDIAN MUTINY PLOT!
Score of Hindus Put to Death for
Revolting Against British
CONSPIRATORS IN AMERICA
KITTY GORDON AND HER PRIZE DOO, "PEKOE,"
WEARING SKATES Of course you know that the skat
ing1 craze has struck the country. Dancing is now as passe
as parchesi. "Pekoe" has a pair, or rather, two pairs of
skates fastened to tiny boots. These are the first skates
ever made for a dog. Yes, Miss Gordon also skates.
LONDON. Not. 19.. "In northern
India, where concerted attempts
have been made by members of an
antl-Brltish association, bavins its
headquarters in the United States, to
disturb the peace of the country, to
tamper with the troops and to upset
the government, the active loyalty of
the people of the province was shown
by the resistance they voluntarily
offered and by the aid they gave
the civil power" was In part the an
swer of J. Austin Chamberlain, sec
retary for India, to a request made
in the House of Commons today by
Edwin Cornwall, for information
concerning unfavorable reports re
specting India and whether these
reports were of enemy country or
igin. "A regards the general condition of
India,'' Mr. Chamberlain added, "my In
formation la that It la substantially sat
isfactory. Fuoh differences a have arisen
had their orlrrin In movementa outalde of
India or In an effort of a small group
of extremists, who did not reflect the
nntlment of the Brest mass of the peo
ple and of whim many are fugltivea from
Justice. The government of India has
the situation well In hand."
Man) Are Kerted.
WASHINGTON. Nov. 1. Mai advices
reaching Washington today from India
told of the execution of twenty-four Hin
dus and the sentence ot twaoty-seven
others to servitude tor life by a gov
ernmental c inmlf slon at Iahore, and de
scribed activities against the British gov
trnment amon? certain elements In the
Indinn population more extensive than
has been officially admitted.
According to the reports tHe Lahore af
fair was only one of several others that
recently have been brought to an Issue
in India w th , s'mllar results, all the
piosecutlons being bawd upon c.iarges ot
rnrirrhy, mutiny and InsuDordinatlon.
.The ne U vp press, while speaking of the
lo alty with which India responded to
the rail of the British government upon
the native for military service, also re
ferred In terms of conderrnHtlnn to the
activities of the dlssaffocted elements In
the population, which In some quarters
I re ascribed to Ge man machinations.
Work of Plotters.
The general tendency, h .wever. is to
credit the mutinous ag trtlon to the work
ff a band of conspl atjrs alleged to have
been located on the Pacific slope of
America for several years and actively I
engaged In secret propaganda. These
onsptrators are declared to .have dis
patched emissaries to India who have
teen stirring up antagonism to the Brit
ish rule there.
The most disquieting feature of the act
uation, according to the reports, a the
uncertainty bf the extent to which the
jiatlya troops have been tampered with.
In the Punjaub and In Bengal, between
the middle of June and the middle of
September, seventeen Indian cavalrymen
were sentenced to death for mutiny, mak
ing bombs and cutting telegraph wire,
and seventy-one others were convicted
of similar offenses.
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LABOR YOTES FOR
DRILL IN SCHOOLS
A. F. of L Convention Refusei to
Protest Ajjainst Military Train
HISSES INTERRUPT SPEAKERS
was not In favor of militarism, but that
It should he remembered "that th nation
Is respected which Is able to protect
Joseph Cannon of New York, Bpeskhig
In favor of the resolution, said that a
tite of preparednes was Just such a
condition as desired by such men as
Morgan, the Rockefellers and Srhwah.
It sll worked out f.ir their benefit, ha
eld. "t'apltallste want war n this ooi.t.
try so as to keep lab r In subjrvtlon." n
S Our Low Expense, With No Largo Out- 1
H sido Warohouso to Maintain, Means sg
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Lower Prices, Easier Terms, Better p
Treatment and Service to You j
At the Dig Home Furnishing Store of the
Quarter Million of
Gallons of Oil Burn
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 18. The
question of preparedness, coming up
unexpectedly, whs threshed out be
fore) the American Federation of La- .
, . . ... . . .. . ' KT. lOt"IS. Nov. 19. Approximately
bor today, with the result that .rMM ,,,,, f crud ,,Mrolmim whh
resolution protesting aginst Intro- . bl(, kf.A ollt 0f , pip n rnnin
ductlon of military propaganda In ' from oklsh ma to the Standard til com
lh nubile schools was voted down. ' Psny refinery at Woodrlver, 111 , was
Dut a final vote wis not taken un
til President Samuel Gompera de-
Arrrr go&dqav and smtsyg ucx.
Dr. Hexamer Acts to
Restore Parcel Post
PHILADELPHIA. Nov. 19.-Dr. C. J.
Hexamer, president of the National German-American
alliance, today Issued an
appeal that petitions be sent to President
Wilson and members of congress urging
them to do all they possibly can to have
the United States furnish ships for the
transporting of parcel post mall to Ger
many, Austria and Hungary.
Th appeal states that the American
postal authorities suspended the des
patch ot such mall to those countries
because the few neutral steamship com
panles still plying their trade refuse to
accept parcel post mall on aecount of
lack of facility for handling It.
The appeal is addressed to all Amer
ican clttxena, patriotic organizations and
to all branches of the organisation of
which Dr. Hexamer is president.
Heads Mlcktlg-aa Avalea.
EAST LANSINO, Mich., Nov. is.
Ralph Hennlng of Bay City was today
elected captain ot the 1916 Michigan
Agricultural foot ball eleven. Hennlng
played right halfback this year and has
been a star for three seasons.
clared that he hoped the day soon
would come when the people of tho I
United States would conlrol the
militia and the regular srmed forces
in the interest of peace, Justice,
democracy and humanity.
th -eler. I
The session was marked by several .
demonstrations, hisses coming from varl- j
ous parts of the hall when speakers on
the platform were setting forth their ,
views aa to whv the resolution should
not be passed. On one occasion the d- m '
onstratlon became so noticeable that Vice !
President James Duncan of Qulncy. I
Mass., who was presiding, warned the '
spectators that If proper order was not
maintained the galleries would be cl.rd ,
of visitors. The hissing wns attributed ,
to some of the antl-ml ItarlMe. I,
President Oompers said that It had not I
been Intended that the question of pre- I
pa redness should come up at the time j
that the plan had been to consider It
"But now that we are on the subject."
said he, "I wish to say that 1 would
not have the military forces controlled by
a select few.- 1 want It In the hands
of democracy In the control of the great
masses of the people of this country. '
The president aald he was opposed to
militarism, but that he would like to see
the people, the farmer, tha worker and
the people In general thoroughly trained
and organised and "that these people c m
trol tha regular forces In the Interest of
peaee. Justice, democracy and humanity."
"I'm In favor of International peace.
Use the boycott against a nation that
files In the face of the world."
The resolution had been referred to the
executive council. A committee having
the resolution under consideration re.
ported noneoncurrence. The resolution
"Military mania has been Introduced
In some of the public schools In order
to Instill tha susceptible Infant mind with
pro-military Ideas. The military both
mllltla and regular army, are In the most
part made up by the workers, while at
the same time the military Is the bul
wark of the capitalists when the workers
are forced to go on strike to maintain
their conditions or get a little greater
ihare of the wealth they create."
T. W. McCullough ot Omaha said he
burnid at Mactuns. Mo., near here, t
day. A spark from a ra'slng rallro-td
engine Is believed to have set fire ti t e
The fir? was d eeovered St T o'clock
th a morning and was still burning t
nlgbt. The loss was ..0.00ft.
Word Left Out and
Liquor Election Void
Indigestion. One package
proves it 25c at all druggists.
Sorority Gives a
Banquet for Omaha
and Tarkio Teams
The Sigma Chi Omlcron sorority of the
University of Omaha gave a banquet for
the Tarkio and University of Omaha foot
ball teams last evening at the home of
Miss Helen Johnston. The tables were
decorated with yellow and white chrysan
themums. Large gold sorority emblems
were used as place cards and the room
was decorated In peacock blue, the soror
ity color. Short talks were made by Cap
tain Roy Long of Tarkio and by Captain
Jerald Bruce of the Omaha team. Mlaa
Kdna Manter gave the welcoming address
to the athletes, which was followed by
a short talk by Miss Kita Carpenter,
president of the sorority. The young
women who had the affair in hand were
Florence Dow, Rita Carpenter, Helen
Johnston, Marlon Pearsall, Ruth Camp
bell, Esther Knapp, Kathertne Rlchey,
Etta Barrenaton, Annetta Nourse, Effle
C'leiland and Elisabeth Barryman. Th
invited guests present were
Telfor Cowger, '
t rank Grimm.
Roy De Long,
w u lard Orr.
rilfford Hroomfleld. Lloyd Moorhead,
Harry De Lamatre,
Howard De Lamatri
Victor De Bolt.
Texans Object to
Negro Child Kissing
the Liberty Bell
DALLAS, Tex.. Nov. 19 The Liberty
Bell entered on the last lap of Its Jour
ney through the southwest tonight, leav
ing for the Houston and Reaumon't after
being viewed by more than 130.000 persons
One of the outstanding Incidents con
nected with the transcontinental Journey
of the bell occurred today at Arlington
when a member ot the bell's escort lifted
a little negro child to kiss the relic.
A demonstration ot disapproval from
the crowd resulted.
Panama Canal Likely
Closed for Six Months
PANAMA, Nov. 19.-Owiiig to the tlelng
up of the Panama canal by the recent
kllde many employes, mainly In the
operating divisions, are being furloughed
or given vacations, which Is taken here
to Indicate that the canal will remain
tioe4 for a much longer time than was
first expected, probably six months.
In most cum employes are being dla
Prepare Attack ,rlla.
GENOA (Via Paris). Nov. 19 The Ital
ians aie preparing for a formidable at
tack cn G ris a. according to the Milan
correspondent of the Zurlcn Oaieits. rive
bund-ed thousand men are lo be em-tiloyed.
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