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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: SEPTEMBER 30, 1917.
BEAT HUNS BACK
IT! RAID ATTEMPT
Repeated Attacks Made on
: London, but Well Planned
Defenses Prevent Entrance
oMeutons to the City.
London, Sept 29. Two German
airplanes, which took part in last
night's raid over the southeast coast
of England, were brought down, it is
announced officially. No casualties
were caused by the raid.
The following official announce
ment was made:
"Lord French, commander of the
home defenses, reports that the latest
information indicates that about
twenty enemy airplanes participated
in last night's raid. Bombs were
dropped in a number of places in
Kent, Essex and Suffolk, but no cas
ualties and only insignificant damage
has been reported up to the present.
Repeated atcks were made on Lon
don, but in no case did the raiders
penetrate, the outer defenses.
"One enemy airplane is reported to
have been shot down in the Thames
estuary and a second one ott the
. : Defense Successful.
The successful operation of the
British aerial defenses in the frustra
tion of three attempts of German
raiders to "reach London last night
and the destruction of at least two
Gothas on the coast, led to the hope
that means have been found to deal
with moonlight visitors, as the Zep
pelins were countered last year. It is
true that the condition of the sky
last, night was not altogether favor
able for night flying, but the defense
by airplanes and anti-aircraft guns
has been made so strong that future
raiders will cross the coast of Eng
land at their own peril.
This situation, combined with the
continued attacks by army and navy
flyers 'on German airdromes in Bej
gium, is expected at any rate to limit
the: activities of the Germans, whose
only success during the, week has
been the killing of a number of in
nocent :ivilians. Not the slightest mil
itary damage was done.
: Fail to Reach London.
Hostile ' airplanes attacked the
southeast coast of England this eve
ning. A it w of them attempted to
reach London, but failed.
From the first telegrams received
from the coast the features of the air
raid seems to have been the intense
volume of the defensive gun fire and
the speediness of the repulse of the
One dispatch ' says there "was
t tremendous roar of guns all along
the Thames estuary. The number
less batteries at work put up a reg
ular curtain fire. British airplanes also
went up after the raiders and there
was considerable air fighting. After
ward the firing gradually died away
and the noise of the enemy's engines
grew more and more faint as the air
planes speeded to seai
One dispatch says several bombs
were dropped in the rural areas south
east of Suffolk a few miles inland, but
that as, far as was known there was
tieither damage nor casualties.
: In Bomb Murder''
'( )': Perjury Charge
San Francisco, Sept. 29. Frank C
Oxman, Durkee,' Ore., cattleman, was
acquitted tonight of a charge of at
tempted subornation of perjury grow
Vg out of the conviction of Thomas
J. Kooney on a murder, charge in
connection with the preparedness
parade bomb explosion here last year.
The jury deliberated one hour and
fifteen minutes. On the first ballot,
according to a juroi, the vote was
11 to 1 for acquittal. ,
Police Commissioner Shot;
Murderer Kilhd by Police
1 lbrt Worth, Tex., Sept 29. Ed
ward Parsley, police commissioner,
was shot and killed late today in his
private office in the city hall by J. K.
Yates, former police inspector, who in
ttvn was shot to death by a group of
cers after he had barricaded him
se.i in the commissioner's office.
Yates had .threatened both' Mayor
Davis and Commissioner ' Parsley, it
is said, and went to the city hall to
day, seeking the mayor. Not finding
him, Yates went to Mr. Parsley's of
fice. A fusillade of shots was fired
and officers rushed upstairs to find
the door barricaded. Chief of Police
Montgomery sent fori riot guns and
a fierce exchange of ! shots s through
the door to the commissioner's office
ensued. .' The door finally was broken
in and the former police inspector's
body, was found riddled with bullets.
Mr. Parsley ..as shot twice through
the head. .
Sinn Feiners Riot or.
; -Streets of Cork, Ireland
Cork, Isiand, Sept 29. A police
sergeant was shot in the thigh at mid
night last night while he was prepar
ing a squad near the court house to
charge a crowd which had been mak
ing an attack with stones. He had
given the order -to fix bayonets when
five shots were fired. The sergeant
fell, seriously wounded.
(The shooting was the culmination
of a Right of disorders fomented by
Sinn Feiners; small groups of whom
paraded the streets whistling the Sinn
Kein anthems and cheering the Sinn
Fein leader.Thomas Ashe, who died
in jail. Windows were smashed and
five , youths received scalp wounds
from police batons.
! '.' - '-'7 Army Orders. " '.J' ,7
"Washington, -Sept . (Special Tele
aram.)Th following named officers now
at furt Bliss.. Tel.. will proceed to Fort
Tollowttone. Wro for duty with the flrat
auiuadreo. Seventh cavitary, at that placet
Fi-at Lieutenant Delmore 8. Wood. Second
Lieutenant Jess O. Boykln. Robert O.
TVi-lcnt and J. 0. t). Marcellus. 1
Captain Frank C. Todd, medical reaerve
corps, to . relieved from duty at the Unl.
versltr? of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn.,
and wtl! proceed to Dea Moines for duty as
chief of the Ophthalmle division.,
reserve corps urs assifned, to , yort ..pes
jnvuiw, uu. jrirsi lieutenants KUIus H.
Bacotr, Everett R. Bailey,- Dana O. Baldwin,
Kdwar4 VT. Bate, Vtlllam John H. Booher,
Joseph C Bradfleld, Horace 8. Brannon.
Ramael . Bmlnglon, Charles C. Buford,
XasteI.W. -Crawford, William H. Dyer and
"George W. V. Johnson. , i , ,
CLASH IN HOUSE
RESULT OF CHARGES
Heflm and Norton stasre a
Wrestling Match, Which
Ends When Friends Sep
arate the Grapplers.
(By Associated Frees.)
Washington, Sept 29. Careful
management by house leaders today
prevented the wrangle ovej- the Ger
man "slush fund" which yesterday
resulted in a fight between Represen
tative Heflin of Alabama and Repre
sentative Norton of North Dakota,
from getting beyond a threatening
Sudden adjournment after repeated
attempts by Representative Norton to
obtain permission to address the
house, found both Norton and Heflin
on the floor with two undelivered
speeches befo.e them, anxiously
awaiting an opportunity to renew
verbal hostilities. They may talk
Monday, provid;d house leaders relax
their vigilance, but at present plans
are to prevent either man from tak
ing the floor and to permit the pro
posed inquiry into Heflin's charges
that several members have "acted sus
piciously" to die a natural death.
Speaker Clark, scenting a repetition
of yesterday's row on the floor, de
manded: "What is the gentleman up
Norton replied he wanted time to
speak, aid if he did not get it, he
would object to consideration of a bill
then before the house. The speaker
refused ta grant him time. Norton
objected, but the house passed on to
another question. The galleries were
crowded in expectancy of another
clash; so was the floor. K
Kingsiae scats ncrc, gentlemen,
exclaimed Representative McArthur
of Oregon, as members filed in the
Washington, Sept. 28. Hot debate,
culminating in a physical encounter
between Representatives Heflin of Al
abama and Norton of North Dakota,
was precipitated in the house today
after a report from the rules commit
tee that it had decided not to act on
any of the various resolutions for an
inquiry into whether members of con
gress have been influenced oy uer-
' Would Expel Heflin.
At adjournment tonight the two
belligerents were clamoring for an
ODDortunity to address the house and
other members who want an inquiry
were striving to have one ordered in
spite of the committee's report. Dis
cussion will be resumed tomorrow
with demands from both sides of the
house for. investigation of Mr. Hef
lin's charges that several members
have not acted loyally.
Chairman rou explained tn submit
ting the rules committee report that
an inquiry would interfere with
sweeping investigation of the use of
German money now being made by
the-Department of Justice. He said
Representative Heflin had not re
flected on the integrity of any mem
ber of the house and had spoken m
the heat of debate. Some loud groans
greeted the latter statement. Repre
sentative Britten of Illinois, who had
been criticised by Mr. Heflin for in
troducing a measure to exempt German-Americans
from military service,
shouted that a resolution to expel
Heflin should be considered immedi
In the midst of the storm Repre
tentative Steenerson of Minnesota
switched the discussion to other busi
ness and thenceforth, save for the
few minutes in which Heflin and Nor
ton had their near fight, the subject
was not broached until just before
adjournment. v '
. V Clash Is Unexpected.
The clash started' during a lull in
the proceedings after Norton' had
been, refused time to reply to reports
that Heflin had said he was disloyal.
It came most unexpectedly-; to the
fifty members present. '
After failing to net the floor. Nor
ton went througl the. republican side
to the back of the house and walked
down the? democrats side until he
faced Heflii., who wa seated at a ta
ble writing. Neither man. greeted the
other, but after gazing steadily at
Heflin for a moment Norton sooke
"Did vou say at anytime, or give
out any report to anyone that I was
disloyal tn this warf he asked. -?
"No. I did not. ' Heflin replied.
There was t moment's silence dur
ing which Nvrton continued to glare
at Hettm. who still was seated.
"Go bacV on vt.ur own side," said
the Alabama member.
"I'll go back when I get ready,'
Norton responded.. ; , ,
Merry Row Beting.
Then heflin roie.srasoed Norton
by the coat iapels and began backing
him toward a row f t seats. Norton,
the lighter of the two by fifty pounds,
came back with a vigorous push which
drove the Alabaman's back against
seats across the aisle. - A moment
later an assistant sergeant at arms
and several members pulled the men
apart, wlnl ;-iereeant at Arms Oor
don hurried lown the aisle to display
his massive mace, the historic symbol
of authority, ' the mere lifting of
which is supposed to reduce to fear
and qu.et the most obstreperous.
Members flocked from both sides
of the house and poured out of cloak
rooms toward the scene of action,
many climbing over benches in their
haste. Some laughingly urged that
the combat be permitted to continue.
Representative Johnson of Ken
tucky in ihe chair pounded frantically
wuii ins x?.vci anti snouica tor oraer.
Kepresei tative' Heflin began to
wave back republicans who. led by
Representative Ct.oper of Wisconsin
and Representatve Baer f North
Dakota. vce swarming across the
dividing aisle to the democratic aide.
"Go oack on vour own s:de or vou
will get hurt." he cried, indicating his
willingness to take on opponents.
"Take oft vour grns and you will
have a chtnec." replied Representa
But the hosti it'"e were over. Mr
Norton ait the other renuhlieana
withdrew while the Alabama member
straightened out his vest and resumed
Was blur ton, Sept. St. (Special Tel,
gram.) South Dakota postmaster ap-
noimea: wmp urooK. Harding' county,
Bylvester B. Martin, vice F. F. RIdaswav.
removed t Pine Rldne, Shannon county, John
w. a. Kiicer, vice F, at. Cohn, resigned.
Nebraska j ,alr-: Phebe I Condon,
trhahe, 20. , s ' - V
Wyoming; pension: Elite 3, Ward, Grey-
A civil service examination will be held
on October ft for postmaster at Dickens
ana Aecta, eo, ... ,
Nebraska Hand Grenades Will
Be Thrown by Women This Fall
M&i'iMi t 2 '4
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Oh, look, ladies I When the men
are all in the trenches and the women
harvest the' crops, here is the kind of
corn they will have ''to heave into
the wagon from morning til night in
The "Bee's, society editor declares
she will ,be equal to the task if it be
comes, necessary. Hre, however, her
powerful . literary , arm is shown in
comparison' with the' ear, of corn
grown , by E. P. .She ldon .of Cass
county, brother, of former Governor
tJeorge Sheldon. .
.The society editor ' complained of
.lameness in her biceps after holding
this ear for the-picture. The ear is
fifteen inches!ong,: weighs two and
one-half pounds, . and has eighteen
rows of kernels. " : '
" ' Mr. Sheldon brought this ear to his
. Smith company plant in Omaha. "Just
an average Cass county ..ear," re
marked Sheldon as he presented the
monster to Kelly. ' . '
Certified For Service In v 1
, jfVeu; f sfon a -A rniy pf CA -Su
List of .Men from Whom Selec
tions Will Bs Mads for. Next .
- Contingent Early Next I
' ' ' Month. ' '
The, following men have been certi
fied for r service in . the new' national
army and selections for the next" con
tingent will be made .from' this list:
'' - vBrdwn County.1' '
Ray t.. Donovan, i . ; -f ' '.
, - Custer County.;, ', .
Leslie A. Hlckehbot-' Vaughn W. Ruasani.
torn. - - , James B. Atklsson. . '
Jo.i.i j'ahts. ; , ' r James Wlntmer. .
Geo. W., Brown. . D. Oler Marshall, ,
Otto Templln. , ', .. A ?'
Cheyenne t County. , -
Luther T. K,iu... - , iiirui-y UKurth. '
John F. Hr '-.nirn. , , t-. . i
Division 3 Omaha, t
William A bvu o,i.' , James'ivarl-Mclntlsh.
nurton wnson Brlgga. ' Kmmet A. Kltg.-
Chalm Silverman. '
.ju.ua LKrl Stone.'
William H. Gordon.
Jacob B. Beard..
Louis Hoffman.) '
tieoige U. Florin.
Oqcar R. Erlckson. .
' Thomas O. Kerber. ,
Charles B. Page.
Nle's Christian Laur-'
, ponald H. Pitts.
C H.rrv A Wallace.
I imon County. ' -
Herman Aevermao. Kingsbury, Francis R.
Oakley Jackcon. t , .,
s . ' 'Bos Butte connty.,'
B. B. Jtnklhsen,
W. M. Nelson.
Otto D. Burlka,
A. C. Pageler,
George R. P6rter,
Charles' M. Flckel,
K. L. . Welpandt,
F. N. Berner,
Howard Count. '
Kdwln Algo Falk; Edwi T. Battle.
Frank H. Frandson, Audrey C. Troy.
C Neiison' Neils. Thes. L, Hyde.
Dawea County. . ..
i Wm. Francis Roberts. John D. Hurley,
Bcntta- uiutr uonnty.
R. fc. Williams,
Ruben A. Hansen,
Chris J. Broders,
William F.. Grimm,
B. F. O. Stark.
Clarence W. Oeberg,
John a Ebellng. .
Marshal A. Nicholas.
. -U!ija n JJsqoH
Edley Ksgley. V
... Metisu i9H
Oacllk -Cyril. ' t
George VB, .Heckman,
naiier n.. uniiiin.
Roy B. Spencer.
LeRoy D. Reynolds.
Pearley B-ach. i
John ePlts. Fred Kreba. x
( Holt County. ' ,
H. 3. Lambert. ' Joseph R. Matousek.
Wm. O. Kraft, , Pauh H. Beaman.
Ore, N. Ihomns. . Levi 1 YantaL,; ... ,
Dodga Ceonty.- . s
Harry A. Miller. ! . Tony J. Woslager.
Geo. H. Vhllg. ! Edw. M. Delan. ,
Wm. Geo, Bruntng. . Joseph Honclk. '
Walter L. Summer. Jacob G.' Launer.
Earl Irving Widegren. Fred F.. Btrube.
Wm. Bryan Jensen. Axel E. Mortensen.
James C. Jaaobaen,
Con L. Ward ;
Erik W. Jensen. .
Wllmer H. Schlote.
Ludwlg Dames. '
Elmer D. Scott.
Henry.' J. Peters.
William H. GabrieL
Roy Thompson, i
Thorns E. Chambers.
Fred H. H. Strove.
Harold J. O'Connor.
James Wm. Sager. '
Arthur C Tillman.
Emit Ewald Janowskl.
Victor C Johnson.
Ben F. Larsen.
Elmer C. Houghan.
Harvey R, Turner.
Arthur M. Rows,
Leo Joe Roesch. ,
Leo Joe Stell.
Thomtas J. Brown.
Marshall Bennett ,
Thomas Tlchacek. '
Rupert E. Hamilton.
V. EL Hubbell.
Ura A. EatwelL
Ira H. Warthen. .
Victor H. McQraw.
Elbrldge C Pearman.
Harry Eart Mlntel.
Donald. L. Wllhoite.
GlenH. Clifton. Frank Clark.
Peter A. Flnnlgan. Fe,lix Plrkl.
Nell H. Dickinson. Martin Myers jr. .
Frank B. Drlacoll. "Nella C. Andonon.
Richard J. Brown.'
Howard T. MIddleton. , :
Elmer P. J Volk. - Clifford E. Kohl.
John 3. Springer. Walter C. Schnledeke,
Robert. B. Hunton, August W. KelU
Ralph E. Dover. . Fred Messerli.
F.lmer H. Derlng. "Francis A. Irwin.
Wm. Jonnlnga Daniel.
Division Five, Omaha.
T. H. Wotherspoon, W, R. Bartlett,
Burlm W. Pushman, J. L. Doherty,
Niels -Nedlngaard, Gaorge M. Adams,
Walter Rauth, HA F. Boregordt.
Jns E. Kane, Henry W. Walters,
Edgar L. Ernst.
Burt County. ,
Bernard B. Berg,
J. J. Gallup,
Oscar L. Gllson.
Vore F. Mdw,
Leslie D. Conger,'
Clarence E. Brlnler,
H. H. Wurdeman,
C. E. Brockway, ,
O. C. Wallace.
Paul E. Moore,
Martin V. Sklener,
C. G. Johnson. '
Division One. Omaha.
Alfred Jordon. H. A. Beareey.'Jr.,
Albert F. Lawrence.
Loyd W. Hauder, Nelson Harris.
J, M. Fotherston, . Carl O. Mackrtll.
Guy 'Rodabaugh, H. A. Schlppovelt
George P. Bowman, Frank Malone.
Douglas County Outside of Omaha.
Harry Nelson. , Henrs-L. Tlmms,
George V. Dawson, Otto Grossman,
John A. Burton, Chester 8. NlchoU
Soren Dahl, ' ' ' i Frank Gates,
Harry Roeaalr. Herman ,Ef f nler.
George W. Lee, Ralph Herrick,
Paul F. Bustron, Otto E. Kounig,
Henry telpel, , . J. E. H.J Irak, -
Eugene -K. Johnson, Herman E. Sart,
E. V. Ruilcka.
Joseph H. Wagner,
E. W, McQulstan,
J. E. Burkhardi, .
Wllford W. LoebeV
J. U McQulKtan. ,
Roland D. Toung,
J. J. Ehrenberg,
Herbert J. Roth,
Charles M. Young,
F. A. F. Crosse.
James C Clinch,
Frank. E. Hemot,
Friti C. Koop.
J. P. Phil brick,
C. A. Llngren.
Hana Eekmann, '
C. K. Holmberg,
H. a McColley;
Frank J. Small,
Lloyd L. Anthony.
R. V. Sawyer,
Hugh C. Roberts,
Ernest H. Morris,
C M. Weston,
L. H. Pitkin,
D. H. Campbell.
W3. F. Hamilton,
Larrle N. Alvlne.
Walter C. Denny,
Paul Adams, i
George E. Paiich,
C. F. Wescott.
Lewis L. Raber,
Earl C. Boyd,
Fred C 8torey,
C M. Hustead. jr.,
Earl Blngman, ,
Sarphy County. ,
T." B. Dagdag, . Otto Schnack,
George Hoist, Fred Schneekloth,
Frank J. Mann, Howard Potter.
Harry M. Huston, t
Atnoaa D. Cohee Albert B. Hamllng
Henry Woedneck Homer Blltskle
William W. Dlx Sari Otto Lusk
Joseph Basta ' SAlebrt Fred Loock
Daniel T. Hathaway Emll Prchal
Vlrnlo a Irwin Albert Dolldort
A. J. Sinclair Keith Mowrer
Division Five -Omaha.
W. L. Netherlngton A. A. Thorspecken
Cameron H. Brown
Alvln D. Ltnch
Earl A. Wheeler
Joseph B. Weber
Ernest & Wegner
Oscar D. Denlson
Ira L. Reed
David M. Furiruson
Earl F.' Camp
Harvey Oscar Larson Elmer F. Peterson
Luroy F. Soules Harry A. Potter
Lawrence Zollars Howard B. Combs
Peter C. Sutter
Luther H. Dl'l loeeh W. Province
D. V. Charl'on Ceo-e W. Johnson
John Plantenburg William Brown .
Josenh R. Pallas Henry AsnalsEen
David Llttlebear Fred D. Moore s
Patrick Creary Clyde Fuller
William O. Nller
Walter O. Owen
W. P. Casey
Rolland S. West
Harold R. Lane
William .P Kuster
Haro'd P. Snider
H. M. Hylle
Toe H. Peck
R. F. Alcorn
lease R. Bp.ker
Herman R. Pool
B. T. Mattson
Arthur L. Miller Rex Brown
Henry A. Lombard
W. G. Russell H. H. Oulnn
Keya Pahs, Connty.
nt clone County.
Albert A. Velder Earl Bowden
Charles B. Musil
W. C Sehrweid
C. R. Pirkerlns
Hesmor E. Swift
W. E. Balcon
Earl A. Graves
Royal H. Drummond
Louts H. 8lmmons
Fred A. Kuster
A. T. Friend
Ralv-h W. Adams
H. D. E. Moronvills
Hans H. B-shmann
W. G. Hascby
DRiilel Plugge -Edward
John Purchal. Jr.
Charles H. Cherry
C. B. Pearson
Albert V. Pollard
J. N. Klasern
Ray H. Bargman
George E. Nelson
Charles E. Marx
C. E. Anderson
John M. Melchbr
Arhle C Ogg
3. M. Blrkes Wallace W. Scott
Carl H. Christiansen Stephen J. Connor
Walter Combs Charles II. Hodgson
Phillip James Frost Joseph F. Rysavy
Otto A. Moeller A. H. Blrchard
Colin Anderson Earl C Reimeka
Calvin Ferguson Ben J. Sharp
Carl Fragnner Arthur Hendershot
R. B. McDanlel Julius Carl Keys
William B. Haley
Christian Groff Jr. N. H. Delosler
J, J. Held
George Jensen Paul F. Schonlng
Frank J. Marsh Everet W. Boetteger
Elsl L. Maxon John L. Sedlacek
Charlie 3. Mason Edward L.fohn
Frank J. Smollk
F. J. Berwick . . Ralph Dafidson
Leo A. Payne
Merrick Connty. -V
Wheeler Connty. '
Arthur 3. Wolf Howard E. Foulk
Albert M. Straub Peter S. Bouller
Marlon Farmer Joseph D. Imes
A. J. Fritsler Frank H. P. Nelson
Ulrich Pedrett Chris Thomson
Harry W. Haythoma Clark Dewey Samoa
Benedlcteson Snarrt Berthold F. Krelle
Harry J. Jenkens Aloniff Jackson
Elmer John Moran - Francis E. Daly
Guy. Earnest Elver William O. Smith
Adolph Llnge Laraea ""Frank Hansen
Roy H. Toung Herbert Mallisoa
Joseph Kedros Carl E. Brewer
Alva Sanders Giuseppe Piccolo
Wm. A. Foster Joseph Zlelenski
Michael F. ODonnell William E. Clift n
Charles N. Barrett Charles M Dakin
Joseph Sapianza Harry Bird
John B. Lewis James Rudolph
Division 4 Omaha.
Adolph E. Kompropsk Henry W. iUIKau'C
Walter L. Blaszak James ITansor.
Clifton M. Scarle
Milton H. Taft
O. M. Carlson
Elmer J. La-son
Harry M. Nelsen
Emll W. Synek
John B. Venninghoff
Joseph F. Daly
Joseph F. Homan
William F Hynek
John H. Decker
Herbert O. Apderson
Fred A. Malchien
Charles G. Riley
John P. Gahan
John Shirker .
William Krause Peter Henry Eustrup
Burl M. Vauvhn Elmer F. Utterback
Paul Wm. Kruse Frederick Dlcbmeyer
Nels Ltndberg Harry. L. Rtchter
Carl A. Bolt Walter E. Mlcbeels'
Godfrey Wm. Klenk Mons S. Abbott
Herman O. McFarlandAUen Compton
David L. Vesper
Albln Deef Wo'd-idge H. Neal
-l Scott Orowes Alzon H. DePrlcst
Roy Elbert Jones Vincene Klat
O. W. Barngrover Ral-h Brook Virtue
Marcus Elmer Howard Paul Forbes '
Rav Thomson W. T. Calundan
FrlU .T. EKgert Albert F. Rasmussen
t.slle Clark Moore F. A. G. Boysen
Ral)h Arthur Green
Louis Albert Pcbult
William J. Donlgan
Herman J. Gerdes
Robert T. Werner
Herman T. Beune
John Neebuda, jr.
Frlta H. Slemers
Henry B. Whaig
Edw. W. N. Punches
Gustave C. Wlslrom
Robt. F. Brummond
Henry C. Schlnstock
Bernhard H. Twohus
Arthur A. McQill
Gustave Leff ler
Paul F. Outer
Paul A. Herrraan
Fred Thiet.lo, jr.
Frank A. Scharfen
Kimoai Li. kelson
Edgar B. Schuis
Willard H. Eaton
Persistent Advertising Is the Road
Church League Says Sending
Of Tobacco Is Wrong
Freepor, 111., Sept 29. The prac
tice of sonding cigarets and tobacco
to soldiers was condemned in reso
lutions , adopted today at the state
convention of the Keystone League
of Christian Endeavor of the United
The convention resolved to present
a pocket Bible to each Keystone
league member going into the army
and to keep in touch with them by
personal letters, prayer and by send
ing them church and Sunday school
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AHD DARKENS HAIR
Don't stay gray I Sage Tea and Sul
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that nobody can tell.
You can tern gray, faded hair
beautifully dark and lustrous almost
over nipht if vou'll get a 50-cent bot
tle of "Wyeth's Sa?e and Sulphur
Compound" at any drug store. Mil
lions of bottles of this old famous
Sa?e Tea Recipe, improved by the ad
dition of other ingredients, are sold
annually, says a well-known druggist
here, because it d-rkens the hair so
naturally and evenlv that no one can.
tell it has been applied.
Those whose hair is turning gray
or becommg faded ha've a surprise
awaiting them, because after one or
two amplications the gray hair vanish
es and yo"ur locks become luxuriantly
dark and beautiful.
This is the age of youth. Gray
haired, unattractive folks aren't
wanted around, so get busy with
Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Compound
tonight and you'll be delighted with
your dark, handsome hair and your
youthful appearance within a few
This preparation is a toilet requi
site and is not intended for the cure,
mitigation or prevention of disease.
Frank F. Lang
Walter Theo Nelson
Paula Muslco ,
Albert L. Pearson
David W.. Magowan
Ouy C. Sanders
Charl a Collett
Fred V. Arderson
Fran . Wm. Hodek
Walter Ror Zinc
BenJ. Frank Duka
Millard P. Durkee
Andrew T. Reed
Rudolph H. Pleper
Max C. Benixea .
John H. Claim 1
Charles E. McGIll
Hans M. Norgard
Peter Paul Bellta
G. Fj-ank Stollnskl
Thomas F, Maloney
Home Builders' Building
Contracts On File Will
Surpass Last Year's
Over one-half million dollars of
building contracts are under way,
other building contracts pending,
surpassing, the snlendid building
record of Home Builders for last
year, whicjf included sucH large
Omaha improvements as the model
Ford Hospital, the splendid new
Morris Apartments and the big
Ford Automobile Sales and Service
Home Builders building opera
tions are carried on with the sav
ings of the wage earner as well as
the larger amounts for the in
vestor. This money is handled by
Home Builders to finance and
build dwelling houses and business
buildings for reliable people.
Anybody can invest $1.00 or
more weekly or monthly and re
ceive $1.00 Preferred Scares guar
anteed 6 dividends, payable
These Preferred Shares are Jax-
free in Nebraska and are secured
by mortgages on properties built
by Home Builders.
The interest rates specified on
the face of the shares do not
change after they are issued, no
matter how many years the owner
holds them and regardless of any
decline of interest rates. Whether
vou want a prof itable gilt edge in
vestment or want a home or a place
of business financed and built,
you will find entire satisfaction by
doing business wit'i the Home
Builders, Inc. A part of your busi
ness solicited. Home Builders',
books of record and plan of opera
tion are open to inspection by
American Security Co.,
Fiscal Agents, Omaha.
That was my promise to
the people of Omaha and
Nebraska when I opened my
offices and selected my staff
of associate dental specialists.
I have made good that promise and all Omaha
now knows that
'High Class Dentistry Need Not Be High Priced
because I have given my patients the best material and
artistic Dental work for about half the fees charged by
other high class dentists. '
PAINLESS 'EXTRACTION OF TEETH
without shock to nerve (or pocketbook) is made pos
sible by my newly perfected local anaesthetic used only
in my offices.
Out-of-town people and carnival visitors should call
as soon as they arrive in the city and make appointments.
By so doing we are able to complete most plate and
bridge work in ONE DAY.
Examinations and Estimates Are Free
and Entail No Obligation.
Painless Withers, Dentist
16th and Farnam Streets, 423-428 Securities Bldg.
Douglas 4604. or Rose.
Office Hours: 8:30 A. M. to 8 P. M. Sunday, 9 to 1.
An Unfortunate Fire
in our plant Friday night, September 21st, caused
some slight loss of Laundry. Very few of our cus
tomers were affected, nearly all the work having
been delivered, but those who suffered a loss must
file their claim not later than October 5th, so that
prompt adjustment can be made.
4T VJI.IIl A.I A?.
i . : " ' 1 -
Can save $150 to $300 on
high ffade Piano ' or Player
Piano by attending; our Closing
Out Sale of Hayden Bros. $100,
000 atock of Piano ana Musical
Inatramentt bow in progress at,'
our ware rooms, 1311-1313 Far'
nam Street' ' -
See big ad on page S. y j
Schmoller & Mueller
" Piano CoA - .-W
131M313 FARNAM ST.
We announce to the people of Omaha and vicinity
that we have succeeded the McSHANE MOTOR
Co. in distributing the Hupmobih. We have also
installed better service and ask you to give us a call,
VICTOR MOTOR CO.
VICTOR I. JEEP, Manager.
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