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THE BEE: OMAHA', TUESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1919.
Complete Plans to Assist
; Needy Strikers and Families
"Pittsburgh, Oct. 27. Plans for
provisioning needy steel strikers and
their families were completed htre
by ' representatives of the national
committee and will be put into op
eration early this week.;
Thin, Weak Folks Need
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Ton ' ean feel this take hold of a
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Pinex Is a special and highly concen
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There are many worthless imita
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IN RIOTS WITH
L 0 N G SHOREMEN
2,000, Strikers Clash With
Men On Way to Work
at New York
New York, Oct 7. Scores of
persons were injured in a riot be
tween 2,000 striking; longshoremen
and several hundred men who were
on their way to work at the Bush
Terminal docks in Brooklyn this
morning. More than 50 pistol shots
were fired, and sticks, stones,
bricks and clubs were used. Police
were summoned and made 10 ar
rests. Insurgents in the ranks of the
striking longshoremen who claimed
22,000 workers in 24 locals today
"officially" went on strike. Richard
Butler, their leader, said that up
until today these men had been
T. V. O'Connor, president of the
International Longshoremen's as
sociation, declared on the other
hand that the strike was breaking
up and that fully 30,000 men would
be back to work during the day.
Today's disturbance occurred at
Forty-third street and. Second ave
nue Brooklyn, and waged along both
streets for two blocks before it was
quelled by the police, who used their
clubs freely. One policeman was
struck on the head -with a brick and
seriously injured.. '
The 10 men arrested were badly
beaten and two of them- were -taken
to a hospital.- Others wounded were
taken away by friends.
St. Marys Students Give .:
Roosevelt Memorial Program
Students of Mt St. Mary's, sem
inary, Fifteenth and Castelar
streets, held a Roosevelt memorial
program Monday evening at the
seminary under the direction of the
Sisters of Mercy.' The choral class
opened the program with "America"
and closed with "The :Star Spangled
. The following program was
given:-. "Roosevelt," by Mildred
Flynh; "America for Me," by Anna
M. Mahaney; ."America the. Beau
tiful," the choral class; "Roosevelt
and the Flag," by Teresa Collins;
"Sketch of .Roosevelt's Life,", by
Hazel Mahaney. '
A holder for a boiled egg that
clamps to the side of a plate is an
Italian inventor's idea. -
Memory of Theodore Roosevelt Observed
Here Yesterday As "Americanization Day "
John L. Webster Is
Principal Speaker At
the Meeting in the
Chamber of Commerce.
The memory of the late Theo
dore Roosevelt, former president of
the United States and one of the
world's great men, was observed
in Omaha yesterday as "American
The noonday luncheon at the
Chamber of Commerce, under the
auspices of the public affairs com
mittee, was devoted to the occasion
with Acting Mayor Ure presiding
and John L. Webster as the prin
Mr. Webster, an admirer of the
famous American, reviewed some of
the events of Roosevelt's life,
referring to the former president's
vigorous-position on the problems,
which exist between caprtttal and
labor. The speaker also touched
upon the Rooseveltian principles of
Americanism, red-blooded Amen
Hold Memorial Meeting.
The student body and faculty o;
the High School of Commerce hek!
a Roosevelt memorial meeting yes
terday morning in the Gayety the
ater, which was offered gratis for
the occasion by "Old Man" John
son, manager. Frank S. Howell
spoke to the young people on
"Theodore Roosevelt, Citizen."
Myrtle Jensen read Kipling's "Great
Heart." Anne Selicow spoke briefly
cn "Roosevelt the Man." Anna
Beckman, '20, read an original
poem entitled "Roosevelt."
An effort was made yesterday to
arrange for the presence of Maj.
Gen. Leonard Wood at the Cham
ber ot commerce meeting out the This photograph is declared the "most human picture" ever taken
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PAY TRIBUTE TO
6 1ST BIRTHDAY
Government Officials and
Prominent Citizens of
Washington Eulogize For
to Lincoln, where he spoke last eve
Day Observed in Schools.
The day was generally observed
in the schools, where the children
were impressed by object lessons
on Roosevelt and Americanism.
Nathan Bernstein, general agent
for the National Life Insurance
company, speaking tor the Koose
velt Memorial association, in the
state, emphasized the fact that
Roosevelt's life was important, in
telling the American people that
he stood for home love of home.
self-sacrifice and devotion to Amer
ica, and that he represented the
highest type of the American citi
Mr. Webster's address follows:
"When character speaks the
world listens. Today 100,000,000 of
people in the United states are giv
ing a spontaneous manifestation of
their love and respect for the
memory of Theodore Roosevelt as
a man, as a scholar, as an orator,
and as a statesman, and tor his
superb and unflinching and unfalter
"Washington is the symbol of
American independence and the fed
eral constitution. Lincoln is the
symbol of a united, indivisable coun
try and. personal freedom. Roose
velt is the symbol of national in
tegrity and Americanism as the pre
eminent power in the world.
"Patriotism, that indescribable
thing, that mysterious moving im
pulse, is the soul of the nation.
With Roosevelt patriotism was
synonymous with nationalism, and
'For cigarette package
the fancy-coloruh paste'
board box no longer
Meemt to be the mode. "
as sum as you live
Believe k or not k't & fact
That simple, toft foil Fatima
package b today America's most
fashionable package for cigarettes.
Most fashionable because most
widely used by those men who
know "what's what" in smokes.
At the big hotels and dubs, at
mart resorts such as Palm Beach
and Atlantic City even at New
port itself the Fatima package
now hods the prestige formerly
held by ttw fancy, expensive paste
The reason for Fatima's popu
larity is "JUST ENOUGH
Instead of containing too much
Turkish as do the expensive straight
Turkish cigarettes, Fatima contains
just enough Turkish just enough
to taste right and just enough to
leave a man feeling right; even
when he smokes more than usual
You, top, will be proud of
Fatima's package as soon as you
test Fatima's quality.
A Sensible Cigarette
just enough Turkish"
with him the highest ideals in gov
ernment were closely associated
with nationalism. In his later
years, when he became the snokes
man for Americanism, he likewise
became the prophet of nationalism.
Prophet of New Faith.
Roosevelt, after the breaking out
of the war in Europe, literally
awakened the United States from
a long period of inactivity. Pie be
came the prophet . of a new faith
and the preacher of a new political
religion. He drowned the clamor
of opposition by the clearness and
torce and strength of his logic.
"He one time said: 'This country
will not be a good place for any of
us to uve in unless we make it a
good place for all of us to live in.'
Because he knew the people he be
came the spokesman and the cham
pion of the American people. His
personality not only dominated, but
overshadowed, opposition, and help
ed him to fashion the world's con
duct. The doctrine which he
preached so unremittingly in his
later life was national defense, and
so vehement were his declarations
that he stirred up the enthusiasm of
Americans to a degree that it be
came a dreadful warningr to Ameri
ca's enemies. ' f '
Ability to Assist. '
"He has been called a progres
sive, but it was in the sense of a
man who believed in the evolution
of our own institutions, and as a
statesman who had the foresight -to
anticipate, and the ability to assist,
in realieing the destinies of peoples
and of nations, the ultimate repre
sentative republican forms ql gov
ernment that were to come to the
"It has been said of Theodore
Roosevelt that he was more of a
nationalist than was Alexander
Hamilton, but unlike Alexander
Hamilton he was a nationalist, not
for the aristocracy but for the de
mocracy of the people.
"It has been said that he was
more of a democrat than Thomas
Jefferson, but unlike Thomas Jef
ferson he would anchor the nation
to a sound central government so
that it might not be ship-wrecked
by a possible threatened revolu
tion. "As a nationalist he was a radical,
but he was conservative in the
sense that his teachings embodied
tha spirit of American institutions.
Leader of the Brave.
"As an Interpreter of the feelings
of Ws fellow Americans, he stood
out pre-eminently as a spokesman
as an example to the halting, and a
leader of the brave and couragous.
"It has been truly said that the
life story of Theodore Roosevelt
is a more eloquent eulogy than any
orator can pronounce or any pen
describe. An enthusiastic admirer
has written that Roosevelt's life,
story is the most Inspiring sermon
ever preached on the American con
tinent since Lincoln's assassination.
"It has been said by one whom
I regard as one of the greatest of
all living Americans, that the his
tory which shall be written 50 years
hence will place Theodore Roose
velt with Washington and Lincoln
as persons providentially raised up
to meet an exigency in this coun
try's history which was no less im
portaant than the revolution and
the civil war." . ...
"I may close these remarks with
a sentence from the scholarly Sena
tor Knox of Pennsylvania: 'He
was America's greatest living hu
man asset 1' "
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Washington, Oct. 27. Tribute to
the memory of Theodore Roosevelt
was paid in Washington today, the
anniversary of his 61st birthday.
After a day of memorial meetings,
at which senators, government of
ficials and prominent citizens eulog
ized the former president, the prin
cipal celebration was held tonight
in Liberty hut, with Senator Phelan
of California, the chief speaker.
"No man in high office," Senator
Phelan told a large audience, "ever
had so complete a knowledge of his
country nor better understood the
needs of the peoole than ThenW
Roosevelt. Theodore Roosevelt was
a man of action. Strenuous, gen
erous, he became a force for right,
which bided no opposition and by
personal contact won the hearts of
his fellows. In an age of luxury,
he had no dissipation and, at a time
of aggrandizement, he was without
covetousness. His only passion was
for service in the cause of country
and humanity. His fame shall grow
with the years and his fine life and
worth as a man and president will
be one of the dearest heritages of
The interior department was
closed between noon and 2 o'clock
to permit the employes as Secretary
Lane expressed it "to do honor to
the memory of Theodore Roosevelt,
whose stalwart Americanism is a
In the house of representatives
members of both sides stood and
cheered when Representative Mon
aell memoralized the services of the
At a theater a memorial meptino-
was held by the Georgia division of
xne nooseveit Memorial association.
Representative Black of Texas was
one of the speakers.
New York Tribute.
New York. Ort ?7-r., v.i.
honored the 61st anniversary nf th.
birth of Theodore Ronspvplt ?fiti,
president of the United States, sol
dier, writer. American T-foro oJ
Oyster Bay, where hundreds visited
the grave of the "Great Citizen,"
memorial services were held. Knln.
S'es by men prominent in all walks
of life marked the end of Roosevelt
Three notable dinners and manv
meetings were held in honor of the
memory of the form
Elihu Root delivered an address at
tne Kocky Mountain club s dinner.
At Oyster Bav. Will H Hv.
chairman of the republican national
committee, addressed a memorial
During the dav here, three armw
airplanes started from Mineola and
flew over the Twenty-second street
New York house in Which Colonel
Koosevelt was born. They dropped
3,000 roses on its roof.
The courts of the city opened
with, tributes by the judges to the
Americanism of Theodore Roose
velt. The Roosevelt memorial flag,
which was carried through the state
by school boys, had its 48th star
sewn at the little Cove Neck school
house, where Colonel Roosevelt used
to play Santa Claus each Christmas,
ana tnen was placed on his grave.
OF BITTER FIGHT
WAGED FOR YEARS
, Published Without
Aid of Compositors
New York, Oct 27. For the sec
ond time In the history of the mod
ern publishing industry a magazine
was issued without the aid of com
positors. The experiment was first
made a week ago by the Literary
Digest, one of the scores of peri
odicals forced to suspend type set
ting by the lockout and strike in the
local printing trade. "Nugents
Weekly," a national magazine de
voted to the manufacture of
women's garments, followed the ex
ample of the Literary Digest with
the announcement that publication
would be maintained by the same
process every week until the strike
The trade magazine claimed to
have made considerable advances
over its literary contemporary in
methods. The same process of type
writing and then photographing the
pages was used but by use of a spe
cial typewriter the lines were "jus
tified" or equalized in length. A
special process also was used in the
electro-engraving, said to be a meth
od recently patented.
Again Operate on Haase.
Berlin, Oct. 27. Hugo Haase, the
independent socialist leader, who
was shot and gravely wounded Oc
tober 10, has undergone a fourth
operation. His condition is serious.
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Chicago, Oct 27. Alexander
Shipley,, president of the Clovis Na
tional bank at Clovis, N. M., recited
the details of a three-year fight
against S. C Pandolfo, head of the
Pan Motor company, when called
as a witness for the government
in the trial of the officials of the
corporation, who are charged with
using the mails to defraud.
He said the feud began in Clovis,
N. M., when he and Pandolfo en
gaged in a public debate on the mer
its of the Pan Motor company as a
business enterprise, in the course of
which the banker denounced the
plan of Pandolfo to enter the auto
mobile manufacturing field as a
stock-selling fraud and advised res
idents of the town not to invest in
This was July 19, 1916, and the
fight has been continued ever since
without interruption. Later as a
result of the controversy Pandolfo
filed a $25,000 slander suit against
Shipley and the banker retaliated
by beginning criminal proceedings
against the promoter. In 1917 both
contestants entered into an agree
ment, by which the slander suits
were dismissed, but within a few
weeks the fight apparently was
again renewed with more vigor than
ever. This time the vigilance com
mittee of the Minneapolis branch
of the -Associated Advertising Clubs
of the World and a representative
of the Minnesota capital issues com
mission joined hands with Shiplev
in tracing Pandolfo's early record in
the southwest and it was learned
that the Pan Motor company head
had years before induced a large
number of persons in Texas to buy
stock in the Alamo Life Insurance
company, the organization of which
was never completed.
During his testimony Shipley re
ferred to Pandolfo as a "hot air
merchant," "an impractical dream
er" and a "grandstand stock sales
man." Kill Three in Election.
New York, Oct 27. An election
celebration in Vera Cruz, Mexico,
in which three men were killed and
ten wounded was reported by pas
sengers on the steamship Monterey,
which arrived today. The three po
litical parties, the Reds, the Greens
and the Dark Horse faction, which
flaunted red banners with blank
stars, shot skyrockets at one an
other and further emphasized their
opinions with knives and revolvers.
Senor Falsuelo, the Green's candi
date for president of the city, won.
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