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,4' , . THE BEE: OMAHA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1917.
RURAL CREDITS CO.
GETS INTO COURTS
Suit Being Brought to Collect
Large Sum Trom Corporation
Tfcat Once : Sought to Do
Large Business in State.
' trrom a Statl Co'rrrspondent.)
Lincoln,. Sept '20. (Special.) The
American Rural Credits . association
whirli snnlipH tn fri Vhraa1ca State
Railway commission in 1914 for per
mission to sell $500,000 in; common
stock of the company has been sued,
according , to Attorney E. -D. Critei
of Cfcadron, who represents clients
' wrtn claims for 524,000 on which ludg
ment was obtained in district court
and on which the case is now being
carried to the federal court
It is said that the association has
gone out of business. At the time per
mission wa asked to do business in
the atate,.Hiram Tyree appeared for
the association before the railway
commission. Now he is being sought
but nobody appears to know where
to find him.
While here Tylee succeeded in get
ting aome' pretty good men to take
stock in his company, among them
Frank Odell, who was given the posi
tion of secretary and who is now con
nected with the land bank at Omaha,
Attorney General Willis Reed, ,whd
was made general solicitor; R, W.
McGinni9, general passenger agent of
the Northwestern at Fremont; George
E. Toomey,-L. C Lawson, L. C.
Moore and some others. -
Mr. Crites is representing Louts E.
' Schwabe of Chadron and others who
bought .two, blocks of stock giving
notes in payment which were cashed
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Lincoln County Patriotic
: ; Societies Honor Soldiers
North; Platte, Neb., Sept. 20. (Spe
cial Telegram.) Fortv-six of the Lin
county county drafted, men left on an
early train this 'morning for Camp
Funston. The Red Cross society gave
each a comfort klt.'and the Children's
Floral; society presented them with
flowers. . Hundreds of iriends, the
Grand Afmy of, the Republic Harry
E. Brown camp and municipal band
gathered at the .'depot, to bid them
larewelt' y " .-; , ' '" . -':
The drafted. men, who will leave on
October" 5 were examined today.
The Lincoln County Defense and
Red Cross chapter held a patriotic
in'tiiia !at rvenincr inr the drafted
boys who left for Fort RHev today.
Addresses were given by J. a, Hoag
land, J. G. Bellier, J. E. Evans ind
T. C. Patterson; -Musical numbers were
furnished by Misses Adele Ledioyt
and Mildred White and Prof. Doucett.
Adams County Boys : ; ' j
Going to Defeat Kaiser
Hastings, Neb., Sept.' 20. (Special
. Telegram.) j A farewell luncheon,
given by business men. and a parade
were among the features' in the send
off for fifty Adams county men who
comprised: the secondtontmgent leay;
tng today for Camp Funston. A big
crowd was on hand to tee the boys
off, in cars which they had decorated
with various forecasts of fate for the
kaiser " . '' v
Last hlgWte'ri young rnen of Ger
man parentage, included in the draft,
were given a farewell banquet by ISO
members of the .German Cottgrega
tional church. ,V
Saline County Gives ; :
: Boyi Great Farewell
Wber,r4feb.V Septi - 20. (Special
Telegram.) ' S'yuK .thousand people
gathered here today from all parts of
the country fo bid' farewell to the
f orty-three tnen who were called from
this county- for training at Camp
Funston. " ' ' ' '
The program consisted of speaking
by H. E. Sackett of Beatrice, General
Hastings of Crete and F,,J. Sadilek
of Wilber The school children turned
out and bands from Dorchester; Crete
and Wijber; furnished J music. More
$500 was donated to the departing sol.
dim for; their, tnss iuttd.;-.', - s
Sutherland Man Accused"!. . .
Of Sale of Mortgaged Property
,North Platte, Neb., Sept, 20, (Spe
cial TWram.V Tohn- Bender of
Southerland is a prisoner in the coun
selling mortgaged property at Suth
erland and attempting to leave for
Robert Jandus was brought here
from. Sterling todav. He will be ar
raigned in the county court on a
charge ot passing oogus cnecKS on
,Li. ii. i, I, tl .In i n r ': i
v t Give Reception at Elgin, 'it -Elgin,
Neb., Sept. 20. (Special Tel-
. egram.) A big public reception was
tendered .the departing members of
the draft army from this section at
the Community 1 club last evening.
Rev. Dr. Hiller delivered an address
and there was an enthusiastic pro
gram. A locally written war sons; en
titled "Via Berlin," was well received.
The boy will leave here with the
Antelope county contingent Sunday
rnorning. . . q
Chinese Government v
i Offers 300,000 Soldiers
,Tekingi5atulday, Sept.' 15. (De
laVed.)Annotmcment was made in
government circles today - that the
Chinese cabinet, provided the entente
powers approved, was willing to send
390,000 soldiers to France; in com
pliance with .the trench request.
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; v Adjourns TUt Saturday.
Wuhlntton, pL . T 1t eommlt
tt oppomtnKy to ponclud their work
Ih nat rroaliwd la eloi but on hour
to4jr d odjouraM until Saturday.
J tips Seize Chinese
X Jpwn in Manchuria
Peking; Sept, Jo-A clash be
' tween Chinese and Japanese sol
diers and policemen hat occurred
along the YaJu river over the ques
tion . of lumber , interests. Two
Chinese and one, Japanese .were
killed and many were wounded.
Japanese troops have crossed into
lanchnria and seized the Chinese
town of Tsianhsieo, which they are
holding pending n investigation, f
The Chinese government alleges
that the trouble-was started by the
employes of a lumber company and
not by Chinese soldiers and denies
all responsibility. .The Japanese of
fecials declare that Chinese soldiers
caused the trouble, ' " " :
Gorman Crown Princota Cocilie,
according to aaVicot from Amster
dam, hat given birth to dauf htor.
Tkio U the sixth child born to
Crown Prince Frederick Wilhelm.
Emperor William now has eleven
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PAY $5.75 FOR TRIP
Fund Appropriated by Legisla
ture Falls Short; Cards' Sent
jto Applicants Notifying
r Them of Fee.
' (From a 8tff Corrpondnt.) ' '.
Lincoln, Sept. 20.-r(Special.) It
will require the sum of $5.75 from
each veteran going to the peace jubi
lee at Vicksburg to make up the
amount required for railroad fare for
the round trio, according to fiirurea
prepared by Secretary J. H. Presson
of the - Nebraska-Vicksburg commis
sion. , - 1 . '
Eight hundred and ninety veterans
filed for tickets in the first place, but
on the second registration but 583
registrations were returned. This will
mean that the fund aooroDriated bv
the legislature.will fall short $3,345139.
Letters and cards are beinsf ient to
all applicants, the cards 'to be re
turned not later than September 28,
notifying Secretary Ffesson as to
whether, they ar,e prepared, fa pay the
JS.7S required over1 and above the al
otment. Failure to return a card by
that date will be evidence that the ao-
plicant has given up the trip.
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Saunders County Boys. V k
Bet Banquet Beforejhey Go
Wahob. N?b.. Sent.' 20.--fSoecial.1
The seventy boys of the, Saunders
county contingent , for the national,
armjr will be. .banqueted Saturday
evening in the high school gymnasium
dy me aomesiic science ciass ot tne
Wahoo public school. Speaking and
a general good time will be given.
Following is a list of the boys who
Bon R, Bwanaon
Amlal A. Rexlloa
Edward Pec ha, jr. t.
Ben H. Wilcox
Harry H. A. Nelion
William A. Mynak
Edward W, Johnaon
Harry C. Anderson
William B. Wondra
Luilvlk A. Wenetjr
Charle B. Bcott
Harry A. Rriokaon
Oeorge 8. Milt -Arthur
Glen S. Benty
Albert L. Warren-
Luther K. Trued
Floyd A. Johneon
Benona M. Johnaon
Clarence O. Bamutleon Glenn V. Xttleman
Joieph J, tTrbao
Anton J, Chvatal
John W. Kelley
Frank 3. Beranek -Iula
William A. Nit
Harvey A. Janeen
Omar 1, Rune;
Vernon T. Nelaon
Frlti W. Buehholta
Arthur a. Aht
Joeepb t. Maatara
Rdwln O. Petereon
Charlea A. Hledlk
'Loula J. Bmoua -
Arthur B. Adolfion
Claud A. Johnaon .
Henry H. Milton
Xdser I. Anderaon
Arthur R. Olaon
Frank P. Kaaparek .
Hubert A. Corae.ll .
Charlea B. Bauetlon :
Henry A. Harding .
Georca W. Cava
Wllltt U, Otto '
Frank Jakoubek, jr.
Hana J. Holtort
Joaeph Llndau ,
Edward H. Hannon
Joaeph F. Hendrix
'John H. Cameron
Xrneat U Thompaon '
Jerry P. Prlna .
C, B. Handrlckaon ,
Charlea M. Hardin
Obel T. Nelaon
STATE'S DRAFTED '
MEN 0THE MOYE
Lincoln Lively Place, With Con
tingents Headed for Camp
Funston Continually Passing
Through to South, v
(From a Staff Corretpondent) 1 -
Lincoln, Sept. 20. (Special) Ne
braska's army for the draft has been
moving: through Lincoln at a . lively
rate since the first contingent from
Douglas county passed through yes
terday. . . v -
Last night and. today trains have
been bringing the-men in and the
city has been alive with the. boys
who expect to do things across the
water : -
Fojif' hundred of them made the
streets Of iLncoln pretty lively last
night as 'they marched down O. street
to the Lindell hotel for their sup
per, doing the serpentine down and
back! The i special train, -which
brought them in was made up of the
following units: . '.
Dakota county, . I9 Cedaf,f 42;
Dodge, 70; Wayne, 36; Washington,
38; Burt, 30; Boone, 37( Nance, 25;
Madison, 32. Another train' brought
in the following: Gosper, 20;' Fron
tier, 32; Hayes, ,' 17; - Perkins, -17;
Logan, Colo., 74, and Phillips, -Colo.,
17. These with a second Douglas
coupty, contingent composed the spe
cial out ot Lincoln.: ; ,
In the Gosper county crowd were
severlyf newly married couples and
the brides were making the trip
with their husbands as a sort of wed
In addition to those which have
gone and who wilt pass through dur
ing the week, there, will be 1,400 more
who will be in the city over Sunday.
These will be given special atten
tion while they are here' and will be
made the guests of the city at a meet
ing at the city Auditorium, in which
Governor Neville and Mayor Miller
will deliver the addresses. At first
it was proposed to give the boys a
motion picture and vaudeville . per
formance, but the plans were changed
and the governor and mayor will en
deavor to take the place of the pic
tures and vaudeville stunts, though
which will represent which has not
Maybe If 8 Not So
Soft as it Used to Be
Beatrice, Neb, Sept. 20, Mayor
Saunders is advertising for two po
licemen to serve on the force in
this city in place of Officers Rigg
and Hoover, who resigned. Rigg
found a better job in Colorado, and
Hoover found that he could make
money working at the carpenter's
Food Kits Will Keep Life in
Yankee Prisoners in Germany
', (8f Aaaoetotea'Freaa.)
Washington, Sept. 20. Each of the
American prisoners of war held in
Germany will receive through the
Americari Red Cross committee in
Switzerland three "Ifood kits ' contain
ing from nine to ten pounds: each; It
was announced today that the food
division, surgeon general's office, has
prescribed a table of food for each
kit," so that sufficient nutriment may
be sent to take care of a prisoner until
the next oackace arrives for him.
The German authorities have agreed
that each American shall personally
iml HKainl tnr hie At
time 101 Americans are prisoners in
uermany, ;iV., . j? . ..
Mayor DahEmah Guest ?
; At Rapid City Celebration
Rapid City,' S. D., Sept. 20; XSpe
cial Telegram.) Mayor James Dahl
man of , Omaha -was today Rapid
City's guest of honor at the first an
nual alfalfa palace, opening here Mon
day. He was met at the tram this
morning by a big delegation of citt
tens and at the afternoon entertain
ment in the palace addressed the big
crowds attending. Cattlemen . from
all over this section of the country
were.nere. ., . -.. .-.fi
Kansas City Arrests' rv jV
First Draft Resister
t Kansas Gty,. Mo.,- Sept. 20.-Carl
A. Miller. 26 years .old. wa&.mrreated
here today because he refused to go
to Camp Funston with the second in
crement of Kansas City's first draft
quota. Miller is the first draft resister
ot this etty. - , '
Bee Want Ads Produce Results'.
Mrs. Stewart, of Omaha
Appeals Divorce Case
(From a Staff Correspondent)
Lincoln, Sept. 20. (Special.) An
appeal from a decree of the Douglas
county district court has been made
by Mrs. Nellie B. Stewart of Omaha,
who secured a divorce from her hus
band, Louis L. C. Stewart ,to whom
she was married in Red Oak, la.,
about seventeen years ago.
' Mrs. Sewart sued for a, divorce and
$50,000 alimony. The court .decreed
that the divorce was all that was com
ing to her and she has appealed, from
that decree, claiming that the de
fendant is worth $200,000. and able
to pay jf' ' .
ftesort to Sawdust to Dress ,
i-vii i Wounds of Roumanians
Washington, Sept. 20. Roumania'a
to short of medical supplies that the
wound, of its prisoner ; are . being
dressed with sawdust, says a -cable
gram received here today from the
American Red Cross commission to
Roumania. which left for Taffy yester
day,' after being enthusiastically re
ceived at Petrograd.
"After conferences with the Rou
manian minister and parties just re
turned from, thjjvr Roumanian front,"
the cablegram reads; "we find condi
tions there urgently require immediate
supplies, meaicai ana surgical instru
ments, hospital supplies, equipment of
every kind, including bandages, bed
linen and -clothes for patientsf
xne caDiegram aiso aaas mat xne
Roumanian railway system is badly
crippled and there is urgent need for
ambulance transporwith drivers and
mecnanics. , r i
British Kimbla Sunk ' i
Near New Zealand
London, Sept. 20. The British
steamer Port Kimbla has been sunk
by aa explosion in her forward hold
while near Cape Farewell, New Zea
land, says a Lloyd's dispatch from
Nelaon, New Zealand. The members
of the crew were saved;
The Port Kimbla, -of 4,700 grojss
tons, was bound from Melbourne,
Australia, to London.
A Reuter Limited , dispatch from
Melbourne says the captain tof the
Port Kimbla reports that the explo
sion was caused by an infernal ma
chine, according to his belief. .
Police Seize Whisky in
Bottles ari Olive Oil Cans
' Nine pacicing cases containing
about two 'barrels of whisky, were
seized at the Burlington freight depot
by police late 1 hursday. The whisky
was shipped in gallon olive oil cans
and mineral-water bottles and the
cases m which they were shipped
were labeled accordingly," The ship
ment was addressed to "Sam Ter
ronova, Omaha.'1 and came from Kan
sas City, Mo. One of the cases leaked
badly and gave out an unmistakable
"perfume," which gaye the deal away.
, Persistent Advertising Is the Road
to Success. .'
Is Sunk by Submarine
Washington, Sept 20. News of
the slnkign of the Ann J. Trainer,,
an armed American schooner, on
September 16, was announced today
In a consular telegram to the State
department. , The crew of aeven
men were saved. Whether the ves
sel was sunk b ya mine or a sub
marine wat not stated. :.'
Who wtntf bread and
butter when a feller
m "f MADE Of 0 J "
OMAHA LADS IN
Rousing Sendoff Given Boy of
, the Firit and Second Divi
- sions at Exchange and
1 at the Depot. ,
Camp Funston, , Kan., Sept 20.
Nearly 2,700 youths from Kansas!
Missouri and Nebraska,; members of
the national army, slept in barracks
here, last night, having arrived from
their home towns yesterday,. The
men constitute a part of the second
quota of 45 per cent of the, first draft
increment - . ,
f- Special trains arrived today from
Missouri, Colorado, KeorasKa ana
probably New Mexico and Arizona.
Drillinsr beean today, many of the
men wrho arrived having been given
partial equipment - "f
Overalls probably will be issued .to
many soldiers because uniforms have
not yet arrived.
Important Church, : ,
Meeting in Omaha
One of the important events in the
religious life of the city, will be the
meeting at the First Christian church,
Twenty-sixth and Harney streets,
Sunday morning, in which all of the
Christian churches of Douglas county
will join. A company of men and
women will present 'The 4Men and
Millions Movement." This js not an
organization, but representatives of
all the missionary, benevolent and ed
ucational interests of the Disciples of
Christ, seeking to arouse the churches
to a larger conception of the whole
task of the church.
In three and a half years it has en
listed about 1,000 youg people to pre
pare for missionary servicey and
raised more than $5,000,000,000. The
aim is $6,350,000 The unique thing
about this work is that no public calls
for money are made ,and no gifts of
less than $500 are accepted. The
largest single gift is $1,000,000, which
was given by R. A, Long of Kansas
City. The work as directed by A. E.
Cory, one of the missionaries of the
foreign Christian Missionary society
in China, who is at home on a fur
lough, to take charge of this work. 4
, On Tuesday afternoon the women
tVi rViiiri4n will meet at 3 o'clock
at the First church to hear , about
woman's work, at 6:30 the young poe
ple will have supper together and at
8 o'clock the church boards will be
addressed. ' '
Reopens for New Term
, Creighton Law college ' reopened
yesterday. . A new member . of the
faculty Hugh Gillispie a graduate of
both" the arts and.lavof Creighton
and who recently took a post-graduate
course in law at Georgetown Uni
versity, Washington, D. C, tyas pres
Krupps Take 50fi00j000
Marks in War Loan
' Amsterdam, Sept 20. Germany'!
seventh war loan campaign is in
full blast Subscriptions to the loan
opened "at the Reichsbank today
(Wednesday) and will close Octo
ber 18. Conspicuous advertisements
tell the public that it "can, must
and shall succeed, else we encour
age England ' to go on fighting."
Land ownera and farmers are ex
pected to subscribe largely, as they
are reputed to have plenty of cash
available. " ,
The Krupps have subscribed for
50,000,000 marks. -
tire, easily; :
are pal has-.-tard
who are sub-1
1t ta At, of
let your blood
ihraa tlmea a
jrtaila will increase your aironiy.
tsjoaranc ibu per cent in iwc
Vn many caeea, i-trama
eu te teXSc
r. King. MiSfl
ke eMtuiM rreffl.
or awneo ie
rA Ruins The Hair,
beautiful, glossy, silky hair, do by all
means get rid of dandruff, for it will
starve your hair and ruin it if you
don't- ; . -z v'-.
(It doesn't do much good to try. to
brush or wash it out. The only sure
way to get rid of dandruff is to dis:
solve it. then you destroy It entirely.
To do this, get about four ounces of
ordinary liquid arvon; apply it at
night when retiring: use enougn to
moisten the scalp and rub it In gently
with the finger tips.
By morninir. most if not all of your
dandruff will be gone; and three or
four more applications will completely
dissolve and entirely destroy every
aingleign and trace efX "
,You will find, too, that all itching
and digging of the scalp will atop, and
your hair will look and feel ft hundred
times better. You can get liquid arvon
at any drug store. It ia inexpensive
and four ounces is all you will need,
no matter how -much dandruff you
have. This simple remedy never fails.
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MISS HARRIS M. GETS
William Fails to Get in or.
Money; First Eace Lost
by Favorite in
Columbus, O,, Sept 20. One of the
unexpected results of today's grand
circuit face program at the mile track
here was . the defeat " of William,
l:58j4, in the free for all pace. The
champion was not only beaten, but
failed to get inside, the money in a
field of six pacers. It was the first
race he ever lost, outside of a few of
his matches with Directum I, since he
was a three-year-old and first ap
peared on the track.' - ,
Miss Harris M., won two of the
three heats and the race. The middle
heat won by Hal Boy in ,2:01 flat, was
the fastest . .The three heats were
the fastest raced on any grand circuit
track this year. i .,
' In the 2:20 pace, Jack Mack won
after five heats. Robert Gatewood,
Geers' three-year-old pacer, nego
tiated his one winning heat in 2:05,
a new record for a three-year-old this
season. : - - ' :
The stave event, the Capitol City
2:07 'trot,, purse $3,000, saw Bacelli,
choice in the auctions, easily beaten
by Busy's Lassie in straight heats.
The fight for place was the hot one.
Suldine won the final event, the 2:18
trot. . .. i ''..;. ;..
Paclnir, 9:tO claim, pane S1.000 S in Si
Jar Mack, ch. h., by Liberty Jay '
(McDonahJ) 4 J 1 1 1
Robert Gatewood, b. h., by J. Mai-
colmb Forbea (Gears) t 1111
Burt K br. r . by Jacob Reli
(Jones) 1 S 1 4 S
Ethel Knight also ran. Started: Little
Mtke, Embrey Brooks, Comet, Mack, Al Mc
Klnnay. Time, 1:07, 2:0S14, 1:09. l:0T4.
The Capital City, trotting, 1:07 class,
pars fS,000, 8 In St
Busy's Laeele, b. m., by Pater the '
Great (Cor) 1 1 1
Bacelli, b. h by Bertlni (White).... ( t 2
SprlKKan, J. ;., by Baron McKtnnay
(Chllds) 1 S t
" Also ran: Harrod's Creek, Ptttsburfh.
Wilkes Brewer, Early Son. Started: Donna
Time, 2:07. 2:06, 1:0514.
Free-for-nU pace, parse (1,100, S hratsi
Miss Harris M., b. m., by Peter the
Great (McDonald) 1 I 1
Hal Boy, b. g by Hal B. (McMahon).4 1 S
Ben Earl, b. r, by The Earl (Chllds)..! 4
Also ran: Russell Boy, William, Single G.
Time, 2:01, 1:01, 2:0114.
Trotting, 1:18 class, puree 11,000, S in Si
Suldine, b. h, by Worth McKinney
(Murray) , -.1 1 l
Lattana 8., b. h., by Unko (Snow)... .2 1 S
JTiaco worthy, b. r. by San Fran- -
otsco (Cox) S 4 2
Alao "ran: Golden Axworthy. Richard
Hunter, Toddling, Bertron, Allerton Heir,
irreaencK tne Greet. Bids, Opera Express.
Started: Louis Winter.
Time, 2:08. 2:10, 2:0IK.
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, Home of the Big Double Show
WALTER SHOWE & Col
r 'Tin Suffragette"
WILL STANTON & CO,
"Hi Last Drop" ; j
GRANVILLE AND MACK
V Street Musicians '
BILLY KILGARD v 0
One Upright Jester
. Big Photoplay Offering
FLORENCE LA BAD IE In
"WAR AND THE WOMAN"
ORIGINAL DIXIELAND ;
; JAZZ BAND
Victrola Bunch v
SHADY. LAKE, Columbus, Nek
Sunday Night, September 23
Adorola Lands Two-Twenty
In Interstate at Sioux City
Sioux City, Ia, Sept. 20.-Today
harness card at the Interstate fair
grounds was pulled off on a muddy
track, the oval being five seconds
slow. The Summary:
Trotting. 2:10 class, purse 1808: Adorola
won: High Hreasurer, second; Minnie Oaten,
third. Best times 2:24.
Pacing. 2:2S class, purse 1400: Olive Pack,
won; South Dakota Maid, second; Phil
Patch, third. Best time: 2:24)4.
Coach Murphy Starts Signal
Practice at Northwestern
Chicago, Sept. 20. Signal practice
was begun today by Coach Fred Mur
phy with the backfield of the North
western university foot ball squad.
Kohler; the fullback, who had three
of his teeth loosened in the workout
Wednesday, was back in the drill to
day. " ': . ' ''-'
20,000 March to Show -
1 Protest Against Germany
Monteviedo, Uruguay, Sept 20. Up
Montevieb, Uruguay, Sept. 20. Up
wards of 20,000 mert marched through
the streets last night-to register their
protest against the action of the Ger
man minister to Argentina. Count von
Luxburg, in sending cipher telegrams
through the Swedish legation at
Buenos Aires, in which he suggested
that Argentinian - vessels be "sunk
without a trace." There were no die
orders. "Police are protecting the
German bank and dubs and business
Steamer Carrying v-, v
Rich Cargo Is Sunk
London, Sept . 20. A' .'Melbourne
dispatch to Reuter's Limited says that
the British steamer Port Kembla.
which was sunk by an explosion near
Cape Farwell, N. Z., carried no pas
sengers, but a valuable cargo. g The
explosion blew out almost one side of
the steamer, and it sank in twenty
. HYMENEAL. -
William Rosenan and Miss Hazel
Chancellor, both of Omaha, were mar
ried by Rev. Charles W. Savidge
Dally Mats., 1S-2S-B0C
LAST TIMES TODAY is
BEST SHOW IN TOWN OA
TOMORROW (Saturdar) Mat and Week.
BILLY So" ARLINGTON ENTcitookD"
Ladiee' Dim Matinee Week Days.
nrtVn 4 Nites Beginning Sun. Mat.
MATINEES TUES. 4 WED.
THE ROAD TO HAPPINESS
can be found in the Rural Comedy Drama
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The Story of Girl Who Was Right.
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Marl Stoddard :
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WOO W TOW M. ui y .
Musician Will Judge
, New York, Sept 20. Authorship
of the music of the now famous
war song "Tipperary." was brought
into question when Miss Alice
Smith Burton Jay began suit here
against Chappell & Co.; publishers
of the song, for $100,000 damages.
Miss Jay alleges that the original
music was written at Green River,
Wash, in 1908, as a song to boost
the apple industry in that state and
thatthew9rdsof the chorus began:
"I'm on my way to Yakima." It
was first played at Alaska-Yukon
fair, she alleges, and later she was
' surprised to hear it played in Hono
lulu as "Tipperary."
The court will appoint a promi
nent musician to act as referee in
the case. v
Will Be Shot at Sunrise
For Insult to U. S. Flag
El Centro, Cal., Sept 20. Octavio
Flores, a Mexican resident of Mexi
cali, was today ordered shot by Col
onel Esteban Cantu, military gover
nor of the northern district of Lower
California, for his alleged offense in
tearing an American flag from the
automobile of Ben Hulse Saturday.
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TODAY AND SATURDAY
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' Today and Saturday ,
LITTLE ZOE RAE, in
"THE LITTLE PIRATE"
Today MARY MILES MINTER, in
"MELISSA OF THE HILLS"
LILLIAN WALKER, in
WILL OFFER THE BEST CELEBRATION EVER
The ,23rd eonsecutive season from Sept 26th to Oct 6th.
- Ten great days. ; , . .v
i C. A. WORTH AM SHOWS
The most wonde.rful Carniral in the world.
" Continucms shows daily from 11 to 11; No let up. Some
thing doing all the time, confetti too.
TEE IRISH'cOUNTESS, LADY KINQSTON.
Will have real Irish Shamrocks for sale for the benefit of
. i disabled Irish soldiers. -
The Big Electrical Parade Wednesday Evening, October 3rd,
"TRIUMPH OF DEMOCRACY"
The Afternoon Parade, Thursday, October 4th,
"WORLDvS LIBERTY PARADE" '
Indnding floats of ' spectacular design, marchers of the dif
ferent Allies, and last but not least, our own UNCLE SAM and
his boys. ''.. ' . '
, Thursday Evening from 8 to 10 at Rourke's Park
One of the greatest Fireworks Spectacles this country has ever
. . : :i known will be shown:
AK-SAR-BEN'S BIO MILITARY FIREWORKS SPECTACLE
; Depicting the Battle of Verdun. -
Grand Coronation Ball, Friday. Oct. 5
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