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THE BEE: OMAHA, MONDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1917.
JKVDURlNc; THE SCrNrKlTT
OF MEN- fM0tN4 TO MAKE
VOU A SPECIAL OFFICER -NOW
bE THAT THE LAW-IS
SAX VHERE DO VOU
THINK XOUR.E 40N' k
WITH THAT COFFEE
i . v ,, - i -t
7 HOUR- ' I f nUKKT in TuC I rEEf --UtJ aciII I
Pi' enforced: aV VT " R6Anuc. . - " ZJf
'. : ; 1 L ' x ' J 1 - -
VOU YUZ MAKim" VELL-TO TF) i LJ
GO MILEj AN rZJ TRUTH t WUZ
HOUR- ,n H(J TO THE
i UKtniM of DlNT
GIANTS GIVE NO THOUGHT TO
DEFEAT AS THEY DESCEND ON
POLO GROUNDS FORBIGCUSH
OCTOBER 21 TO 28
Vacation Period Allowed
Schools for Food Pledge Work
Will Be Carried Out Ac'
cording to Schedule.
W . . P . a 4 a
t i ... par ot tne tood pledge card
Dazed by Recent Walkaway of Sox, But Confident of campaign which wu to be made by SRS.SSSt.
Launch War Hound. First
Chicago Ship for U. S.
Chicago. 111.. Oft u TV,, w.
Hound, the first shin built in Chi
cago for the government, took the
ways at tne ship yards in South
Miss Eliahetrt T?Awan dano-lif.r
of Michael J. Rowan, a veteran en
gineer with the United States Steel
corporation, under whose directions
the plates of the ship's hull were
rouea, cnristcned the vessel.
Among those present at the launch-
t?j i t ,
Better Luck in New York; Expect Rube
Benton to Pull a Repeater on
(By '..Mlsted rmt.) o
On Board Giants' Special Train.
Oct. H.-The New York Giants were
still in a semi-dazed condition as
they passed through Detroit today on
their second great strategic retreat
from Chicago. The shock of their de
feat in the fifth game of the series
after they had apparently hammered
- the White Sox into submission was
an even greater blow to their vanity
than the loss of two straight games on
s their first trip to Chicago. ;
' Y - The blow was all to their pride,
however, and did not reach their con
fidence which is still going strong.
They talce the stand that Manager
Rawlings is very weak and so are
. , his pitchers and the White Sox will
, be at a great disadvantage when they
, play the seventh and deciding game
of the scries at the Polo grounds..
'No Thought to Defeat
This indicates that they gave no
thought to the possibility that they
might be defeated at the Polo grounds
tomorrow and so end the scries before
the seventh game could be reached,
i nor did they. Their every speculation
as to their, immediate futures was
based on the supposition that Rube
-j, Benton would "pull t repeater" at
New York tomorrow and make the
outcome of the series contingent upon
the result ot a single game.
Gianti Offer no Alibi. .
The Giants made no excuses for
yesterday'a overwhelming defeat and
offered no alibi., They simply admitted
that they were outplayed, outlucked
. and outgeneralled and deserved to
lose. They were Jceenly disappointed
but not nearly so downcast as might
have been expected,
No Blame on McGraw.
Unlike mos; of the spectators they
did shoulder the blame for the defeat
tupon Manager McGraw, who was
severely criticized in other quarters for
bis failure to take Sallee out of the
Al.... .u . ....--it, tu. ,.n.n
uj in declaring that Sallee had
New York Fire Burns
700,000 Bushels of
Grain in Elevaf or
New York, Oct. 14. Reports of in
ccimiansm in connection with a
disastrous waterfront fire, which de
stroyed an elevator and nearly 700.
wu Dusueis ot grain in Brooklyn yes
throughout the state, will be made
during the week of October 21 to 28,
despite the fact that President Wilson
and Herbert Hoover have postponed
the drive for one week.
This Will he Anne h.raitc. (Inwrnnr
Neville had nrevinnslv renuftteA that
the schonl.4 he HUtniri in the tat.
for two weeks beginning October 28.
ine scnoois are ngurinjiargely in the
lineun for (rettintr the nleHire rarrW
signed, and the state administration
I - f
was airaia ;i tne teacnera ana pupils
were called off the campaign for a
.iranlr L ' .1 !
lilt 11 UJ me tilWipiilgn
would fall short for the reason that
that would throw it into a vacation
week.. ' .
Thus, while the main part of the
campaign Dy tne thousands ot work
man of the United States shipping
board. The War HnimH U thefiret
completed of -six vessels building at
WHISKY FOUND AT
SOFT DRINK PLACE
Two Men Arrested in
Side When it Is Found They
Are Handing Booze Over
Sergeant Madser. and Officers Cun-
VOrk-l nitiffh am a iff DamafA sri-Acfsl 4 Via
terday, were revived tonight when !".aV. ov" Ve 8ta e "or propr eton of two South Side soft
Fire Chef Kenton issued a statement Push,ed dunnr the week of October 21 K .V " .... lw , . ,e so"
.... .u. '."VjT .Vca. . siaicmev; tn ?fl that nart t h. ,nA.A ,.. ,. drink establishments last n cht. It
saying the cause of the blaze would
be rigidly investigated. The property !fa. 1
loss was estimated at tnnr .. th.- that time
There have hen fift..tv ....t..
front fires in New York City lately
anu it is improuaDie that all resulted
from natural causes," Chief Kenton
to 28, that part to be handled by the
icacners ana .pupils will go forward at
was learned that whisky was being
old at both places -Peter
Ault. S.S24 Smith Thirtieth
street, and Paul Pavicich, 2931 Q
atreet, proprietors of the soft drink
fjarlors. were hrnncrht tn th nnllr.
station when officers discovered they
"Jay Pay" Sees Freedom
For Ireland in War Treatv
i ' i oiaiiuu wucii uuicers aiscoverc
CUirorrn "!.. 1 J TV,. I.'l,....' .1 I -o1l: l.' . i A . I .
v,,,v5wi w fc. j t.- nc iiucianuu vi i oiiiiiK nuui t'. me oar. OCV
Th. o.ratn n....A "eiana win come either through tardy erai quarts ot whisky, besides a num-
tmAZt i w"aT'"-u action oi tne untish government or per or empty bottles, were confiscated
tended for exoort. accordmiy in nf.l iUrn.,, i .v.. . ii. .
r..:t. t .l Vr . , ",,ulle" itotc luiucicutc inai I against iiicin
hcials of the New York Dock com end the war arrm-,iinr t p .
9WZ:J?TVS if clev,a.tor-. V O'Connor, Irish home rule leader'and Dpn Wplrh' Rin Shnw
Super ntendentTommlins, in charge member of Parliament, in an addre,. Den "ClCn S Dig bnOW
a k r' dec arfd th.e ' was delivered today before the Irish Fel- ' Starts Well at GaVPtV
caused by an explosion inside the lowship club here , - - li "W dl WdJeiJ
.i.-v.mw us sdiu uic iiaiurc oi mis i He, charged England with oppres- VC11-" aiu nis Dig snow Kept
explosion Warranted the suspicion of sing Ireland as severely as "any na- b'S audiences laughing yesterday at
a bomb Dlanter' heinir rrtnnnc hie I ,.V ..J r .', .... ..... . J . J
ti,:. ...I. . ""..VT- p:"' . "u7 ""u,, ? yv, out me uayety at tne opemne ot a week's
i ' ovomcu uy rire peciared tne only obstacle to a free .,., Th , A u
Marshal Broppy, who, after a prelimi- Ireland now is the Sinn Fein policy fng,aKement- lhe company is dash-
nary investigation, said he believed an which, in his belief has "arrayed Ire- ,ng y costume(i and Ben is as funny
Explosion of "giain dust" had oc- land against all the civilized nations ?? ever., ..The show isfull of song
curred. Lach said the cause he as- in the wai." n:ts Irom ' start t0 ""'sh and the
signed would account for the blowing He has come to America, he said chorus appears in various rich cos-
out ot a, portion of wall where the "to speak against this policy," which r"..01 rT
hr orisinaterl. I V.. - i. u. i..J i I oen S monoloeue at the end nf the
-a . i tiu u v 1 1 1 a 1 1 u 3 uc niiMiitiniirii rail rr I j. ' . ...v
When the difficulty of combating than raise America as ao enemy to "r" contains most of the fun that
the flames became apparent, every Ireland." marked it in former years and it's just
fire boat in the city and every other i . a funny as ever. In the second part
EXPANSION OF FORT
SCHOOL IS PROPOSED
S u p e r i n t endent Beveridge
Would Have Institution Take
in Boys cf More Mature -Age.
Superintendent T. H. Beveridee of
the public schools is taking an interest
in the Fort School for Boys, hoping
for the time when this school will be
expanded in its usefulness and
The superintendent makes the fol
lowing comment on the subject:
Une lather says that his child had,
through sickness, lost the foundation
for his education, which resulted in
his assuming a don't-care attitude
toward his srhnnl
clination to spend his time loafing
wiicrc ne ougnt not to be. The fa
ther States that thrnnah tli t,.1n
given the bov hv this srhnnl li I.,,
made a decided, improvement in his
work and has become an entirely dif
ferent bov. He sneato I,;l,l
ot the men in charge of the work.
To Widen Scope of ichool.
"Under the nreent arlmimctrottnn
an attempt is being made to make this
st-nooi wnere over-age boys having
an inclination to motor activities will
find iust what th
uu , made a pre-vocational
school. The academic education is
correlative in th e1nmnt-i n.;.:ni..
found in trade industries.
When parents understand thor
oughly the work that is being done
in this School manv r( thsm ,..;n k.
- J v. mVii, VTItl UC
pleased to avail themselves of the
opportunity ottered in having those
Children who are ecneri-iltv nt.4
to this line Of work attend this
Another letter received in the su
perintendent's nffire states th- th.
letter is written for the purpose of
encouraging the Board of Education
to equip the school so it may serve
many hundreds of boys in the city i
all his stuff intact Mid with any
I'.nrl nf a hr.als inii1d have tueatliered
, the storm. They were inclined rather,
to censure Dave Robertson for his
failure to capture "Chick" Gandil's
long fly in the seventh. Had this ball
been caught, and .the players agree
that Robertson' should have caught it,
the American , leaguers would have
- been retired without a ruu in this
inning and the entire course oi the
game from that period on would have
been altered. . . . .
Western Open Handicap '
Shoot at St. Joseph Today
- $t Joscpn, Mo., Oct. 14. The west
ern open trap shooting ' .urnunent
will inhere Monday afternun with
more than ISO entrants from various
cities of the middle west, and with
some of the t"st shots in the country
The event is expected to be an even
. more important one than the western
I Jiaidicap. held i:t July, and l as been
the .neans of attracting entries from
miles distant. The western system of
awarding prizes is to be followed,
under which an equitable division is
made of all prize moneys.
Mr. and Mrs. Al Topperwci . are to
give exhibitions of fancy shoot'n; each
day of x e tournament. Omaha, Ilan
sas City, St1. Louis, Des MoinesrTo
peka and Wichita are among the
cities represented in the tournament
entries. . The members of the St. Jo
seph Can club are acting as hosts to
the 'visitors. :. V,
Scottsbluff Defeated by '
Sterling, Colo., 47 to 0
Scottsbluff, Neb., Oct. 14. (Spe
cial.) A large crowd witnessed the
1 trimming of the local high school foot
ball team b; the Sterling,- Colo.; team
by a score of 47 to 0. , The Stering
boys bear an unviable reputation this
season and in weight had much .he
advantage over the Scottsbluff team.
They are considered the craqk team
of Colorado and it looks as though
they might conquer western Nebraska
lS0. - - ::; --;: - . ,,
fire boat in the city and every other
available piece of apparatus was call
ed into service.- Chief Kenton said
the fire was the most difficult he had
fnnplit ainre that which destrnved the
Equitable Life building in this city,
T A Ifif 1
January y, u?ii.
Two of the towers are regarded as
totally lost and firemen were making
efforts tonight to prevent the flames
irom entering the third, ihe nre was
one of the most spectacular iathe
history of the JNcw xork water front
of the program, he is oroDrietor of a
,i mnving picture concern and does
ii' ! some of the studm stuff
ministers' rension i-una Frank Mutphv and B iiv wild are
ujty able second-fiddle comedians, in the
'Pif. perennial roles ot
Columbus. D Oct 14An nn,,;t
pian, providing tor a ?j,U00,000
who tieed the kind of training the
Mean Much to Parents, Too.
Principal J. G. Masters of the Cen
tral High school, in connection with
the first lot of "failure" notices to
parents this school year, is making a
plea that these notices should not be
considered in a perfunctory manner;
that this means much to parents and
children and that "a stitch in time will
Instead of waitincr until the end nf
a semester to advise parents of their
children's records, this principal in
tends to mark more frequently tie
steps of the students.
"If you xan have a brief talk with
teachers iust as srhnr.l rinses fnr tW
day, it will help materially. Just a
brief inquiry with each teacher will
helo to pet at the real difficult We
shall do everything possible at the
school, even to the point of keeping
Luiiuicu uay aner aay ior neip, out
there should he from turn tn fmtr
hours of home study each day. Only
the keenest and best students can
get on successfully with less home
study," states the Drincioal in letters
Third Liquor Offense
Charged Against Fitch
Officers Chaoman and Andercnn sr.
rested B. B. Fitrh. nrnnrietnr nf tli
Drexel hotel pharmacy,- last night
charged with the illegal sale and pos
session of intnxiratincr linnnr Tim
quarts and a stone jug of whisky were
connscatea. inis is fitch's third offense.
American Telephone Now
Operating in Franca
Information received at the local
headquarters of the "American Tele
phone and Telegraph company states
fUn. r!aMAnf TA.f Uirtrr't U An A n iia rter s
in France have been connected with
all encampments and training quarters
of the American army by a telephone
system constructed by Americans. All
materials except poles were shipped
from this side.
Two battalions of the army men
who built the first American telephone
system on French soil were former
employes of the-' Bell telephone sys
tem. About 2,500 other former em
ployes of the same company are al
ready in France with the army signal
corps, or in mobilization camps await
ing orders to embark.
"It is a great treat for the officers
to be able to talk through an Ameri
can instrument instead of the types
used on the continent," is the intor-.
mation received from abroad.
The rapidity and accuracy with
which the Americans installed four
telephone lines to Paris amazed their
French cousins. Within five minutes
after the orders were issued the men
were at work on the job.
Weaver Recovers; Will Be
At His Office in Few Days
J. D. (Dad) Weaver, secretary of
Ajc-Sar-Ben, who had several ribs
broken in an auto smash iust hefore
the fall festival, has so far improved
.L.. , . . t ." t v
mat ne expects to De at nis omce
some time this week.
World's Series Base Ball
FRANKE'S ELECTRIC SCORE BOARD
MONDAY AT 1 P. M.
Direct Western Union Wire from the Ball Park.
Any Seat 25 Cents. Doors Open at Noon.
grim memorial fund" for aged and J?utchman'
Welch's Ttatian ctoti-li in
disabled ministers nf the Cnno-reca. I tne second part of the croc-ram
tional church and, their dependents, Prpvert,-,so a biff favorite.-He showed
was adnnted tndav k th. I himself as good at Italian nathns as
Mrs. Catt to Head Parade
at Hebrew roniedv.
Among the musical hits sung by
some "of the stars with th n.. ;-...
. - , . ...... .nv maaisnail.i
of the nimble, shapely and handsome-
ijr-arrayca cnorus are "JJo-Ka-Me.
"Bohemia." "Nirolai" and "T
You." Another part of the tiro cram
Was adODted todav hv the natinnai
council of the Congregational church.
Ihe action was characterized by
icaaers ot tne church as the most im
DOftant action before the rnnneil
. ...... i A! misters irom tne aees ot to 65
fit Snttranists in nntham win rnntriimt. n n. r.n n v,.;-
W WM MMIWW W1W 1 es. m ----- '.v lw VV.I1I. VI tSlVli I f A iL.a .
xt , . . . , . sa ar e to the fund and at the nencinn Y?'. nBn er pan oi
ri Pur v nrtr i nr id . r arr a i ..." vn.ivu -.- i e
Clpman Ct.esidnt of thj Nal fff wfl reee v. annually, one-half of YZ. OT,B1 "J.
. . , nr t r rt . k . mi i mc Bui l in ini-ir annual sa arv I . .
m . . : j . I trnm I alp, f Hnnr.n'i ...... .
unicago, los Angeles and Grand i.'.: .V. r:.? y
Rao ds. Mich., have entered invita. Inc cnurc company.
lions to the COUneil to hold its 10101 . .. . . v
.-w.N- itw I Ijai,. Wt , f
meeting in those cities. oays LoUUr rrODiem at
German Admiralty Tri ; Sugar Refineries Acute
n "The labor sitirtinn in tn- Ct.
w..HH..v.. ... ,.v fcJVVHO
tional Woman's Suffrage ' party, will
lead the women's parade in this city,
pianned tor uctooer a, under tne
' e ... t tr. .1
auspices oi me tw xorx state or
ganization of the party, it was an
nminred tnnicTht 1 '
Wnmen marrhinof dirartlw hehind
Mrs. Catt will bear the flags of the
nations with which the United States
.it:.j :.. k. ti,. .;n; i .
a .hum i'v V opennagen. uct. 14. The German v- gc. men, said t, ju
signatures of New York state women admiralty has been forced to Issue an Emerson of the Great Western Sugar
who have signined their desire tor the explanatory statement regarding the company, in Omaha Saturday. "The
vnie win dc carricu in me nariiot?. ex t tvn, a( u i. t. rt i vk ..a f.-i i i
, i AWil0
' ' 1
o Oct t4h
TO Minimize NaVy MUtmy Wuff sugar refineries is becoming des
penhagen. Oct. 14. The German Perate-' Can't ge: men," said F. L
Sport Calendar Toaay
- Field Trtsb AaBaal trial af
tVatla club, at tlrichvilla. O.
. BosliMr Larrjr Ranaaa w. Harry Pierce,
. te raimiia, at Srookbra. Al Baldwin n.
Hi Her Tretdmrnn, tea rsnad. at La -Salle,
JU - . v' .. ....
Persistent Advertising Is the Road
vote will be carried in the parade, ex- mutiny of the fleet in which Chancel-
iiiuuvu uu.wm IOr wicnaens ana vice Admiral von
marchers. : Capelle endeavored to place the blame
CMffirttl e.lam Tnee in on th independent socialist party, and
cDrinKier OVSlcin lUniS HI now declares that the affair was rnn.
, Burglar Call; Fire Is Found ndear
A small fire in the coal bin of Swen- mutiny, but a propaganda. The admir-
r r. nA- OOO &Uv rtnn.'a. tha -.A.a - ... ...
IfAiO C-....U Er.4U A k.. ItTl Murnkae. nnJ tv-i.1.t.;
ll-Ja OUUU1 JlCiUll 01ICC1 VU3(U UJ I 'V amuiWVIft al-llU iuui uaiiicsiiip5 ;
sprinkling system operating automat- Labor Leaders to Learn
irallv anH attKcnttntt v finer trrin or I ...
J w wi.--.-.--- - O e Gl
aiiacnea 10 inc stuc oi me uuuaing.
A watchman wno heard the constant
rincrincf nf tri crnn tr thmiorit hnrcrlar
were in the building and sent in a bur
glar aiarm to tne ponce station, a
squad of police arrived on the scene
and discovered the fire.
Smoke filled the whole building,
causing slight damage to the stock.
The rnn! in the hin was in a state nf
combustion and would have coused a
disastrous hrr had the sprinkler sys
tern not worked
filoomflrld HwaaiM Hartlncton.
Bloomftold. Neb.. Oct. IS. (Spetlal.) Tha
BloomfMd MlKh school foot ball team ovar
whelijned Hnnlnton Hitch team yestarday
afternoon. tT ta a Th ..Mnntl .....
ended with a icore of 1 to 9, and a number
or auoa were uaea by moomfleld durlnt the
From British Experience
Washington. Ort ii T e.cn.
drawn from Great . Britain's ex
perience in dealing with labor prob
lems mirinc tne war win k.
t -. " ..... v wur
mumcated neVsonallv tn Am.rloon U.
... i . j .v .....V..V-1I
bor leaders and employers by four
omciais ot tne tJntisli ministry of
I , !l, . -
iiuiuiiuiis, who win start eariy next
wetK on avtour ot American cities.
" 1 j - wh,ui uaj, j, lib
Scottsbluff factory alone is eighty-five
men short find ui art trrrA in run
at only three-fourths capacity."
; The factories are nir in tun tl.:
hour shifts seven davs a weelr in fetrer
isn acnvirv tn Mndi. h k.t h..
crop of the North Platte valley this
"The Scottsbluff fartorv afnne nrn
duced 260,000 tons of sugar last year
ana it win exceed that amount in
fr. Emerson stated fcW i
., ' ' w.v
turninc out I WMI tnna ,ua
-- -1" " J j invntj
four hours at that fartnrtf nnm 'Th,
Ghering fa:tory produces 1,200 tons
ana tne Bayard lactory, which will be
in ODeration November 1. will turn
out about the same amountin the
samp period. On account of the la
bor shortacre the ramnaio-n aa we rail
it, will probably extend over the usual
1 AA a a.....
iuy aays ana we won t finish rehning
tnis crop until wel into spring.
r . ' r. . t-.
imn iwo quarters. Twelve touchdowns, I aei wet. if. i ne
twelve roals and one field coal mada un I Kansas Citv stnrlr virn. v.t...l
'XTZ-JX. mi1t. esublished what is believecf to 6e a
maklnit neat drop kick from the thirty. I WrId record for cattle receipts tn
yard Une. Uloomfleld has two onen dates I the week lust ended, accordimr to an
The delegation is headed by Sir OHaui niimmnn TrlJ D..
Mephenson Kent, director of the la- vhwm wan vuich iiicu tu rui
Knt Bttetrtel A snAaiMa. i I iL a I a a .
suuyiT ucudi iiucnt ox me niiini
' '" I l.hiraan flrf Id Vur!.Ha
Kansas City Claims World prove nation-wide piot by miik pro
f-' , .ni r i. I --'--' jams me fi n-c ui mat com
necortl in Latt e Receintsimoditv was .iresented n ft.i .,
, r r ---v.
niurities tooay oy Attorney oeneral
T J . P wee-
orunaage ot Illinois.
Ajaaa Defaata Walthlll M t. a
I.vnn v.k n. , t . r. . . M. .
" "- ... opwiti,r ine
Lyons Hljh school defeated the Walthlll
nlrh achiwvl m i. . ..M. . . . v.,. .
r. - - - ..u.. u. wb mil nar.
' "7 ia score oc ee lo . AlthouKhl. nm ivvjucaicu ju uc on tne
Bne-aiaea u w,, an excitinc nme from lookout tor Oeorge Monahan. age 13.
irt to finlan. It a . -n . .
Th fati,r of th. tarn, waa the aiwllent 'V' l,uu- . umana
- "r " iMtrt.-fi.ru tour I v ' . " -- ' tymi vi w m v
vvuuwwiia, I1II.UVU4 1U1 U13 IsTLUIU
Ask Police to Keep Lookout
For Youth From Portsmouth
Police were requested to be on the
Ramifications -nf this allseed rnn
spiracy as indicated in Mr. Brundagc's
evmen.-e, included the raising of a
fund of $5,000 .to place a man friendly
The evidence also showed an effort
on the part of the dairymen t6 see
President Wilson on the price-fixing
issue and to boycott dealers in Pitts
burgh and elsewhere who refused to
enter the price-boosting agreement.
The effort to sec President Wilson
failed. . t -.
- .. ... . " .;.-';
The Governor's Own "Lucky Seventh" Have
Arranged a Bivouac and Camp Fire
Come and Bring Your Friends
NO ADtViBSSlON CHARGE
A. O. U. W. Militai-y Bnd Crossman Fife and Drjim Corps
Plan to Spend
Returned Canadian soldiers of the
first contingent will talk of life in
. the trenches. Very interesting and
vivid v '
Hear the Inside
of Army Life
See It Portrayed
Hood Speaking Oodd ilusic-
and a spectacular windup long to be remembered.
i There are sixty-four chances left to join the Omaha Battalion of thV
LUCKY SEVENTH. Your enlistment will make it sixty-three There are
100 reasons why you should. ,
ftH IE 'LUCKY
1612 Far nam St.
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