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THE BEE: OMAHA, FRIDAY. JUNE 10, 1921.
Upon Black Sea
ceived by Mustapha Kemal;
Angora Government Ar
rogant to Allies.
London, June 9. Large military
, . reinforcements have been received
l)y Muntapha Kemal Fasha head of
"' the Turkish nationalist government
: at Angora, and he is thesUeninjf to
advance on the Black sea and the sea
V of Marmora,
The Angora government is said to
have taken an arrogant attitude to
ward the allies. Dispatches contain
ing these statements were featured
by the London newspapers toda)-.
Assertion is made, by the Daily
Sketch that the British government
) has received reports of a grave na-
ture from Constantinople, which is
declared to be menaced w.ith cap-
,' ture hy the Turkish nationalists.
, British representatives there, it says,
have advised the government if re
inforcements are not available, it is
desirable that British forces in the
tear east and middle east be with-
Information received by the Jour
rat would appear to imply the in
ability, of the Greek army to stem
any advance by the nationalists.
A Constantinople dispatch to the
Daily Mail reports that two British
battleships have been ordered to the
" Dardanelles, it being intended that
they will join in operations against
the nationalists by blockading Black
sra ports ana covering tne landing
of (jreek reinforcements, ihe dis
patch implies that .British warships,
Benbow.and Centaur, . which have
been engaged in target practice on
the sea of Marmora, will co-operate
with the two battleships and pre
, diction is made that British destroy
ers will soon arrive in the. Straits.
Confirmation of these reports ii
lacking in official quarters, where it
is stated the British government has
not reached any decision.
Of World War Guests
At White House Party
- Washington, June y. More tnan
1,500 .soldier patients in army, navy
and, public health hospitals in and
around Washington, with their
army, navy and Red Cross nurses,
were guests for whom the president
and Mrs: Harding ' entertained at a
garden party given ; especially for
them yesterday. .
Officers and private soldiers, sail
. ors and marines, native and foreign-born,
colored and white, in and
out of uniform, in. whee.l chairs, on
crutches, with canes, with an arm in
a sling of resting on carefully rigid
supports: some with darkened
glasses and others with a bandage
where an eye. had been,, together
with others almost wholly recovered
from less" serious wounds, 'the "boys
wh6 served," thronged the White
House grounds far two hours. Every
one who could walk joined the long
line which was nearly an hour in
passing the receiving party, because
the president and Mrs. Harding had
a special word for each one, and
after that the, commander-in-chief
and the first lady went about the
grounds trailed by little groups of
doughboys and jackies ' to grett
those who sat in their chairs under
the trees. v' ; '"
Wheat Prices Climb as
Result of Crop -Report
' Chieago, June 9. Possibility of
'widespread labor tie-ups on the rail
roads July 1 had a good deal to do
with a rapid advance today in the
price of wheat The market in some
cases ran" up more than 7 cents a
bushel for July delivery, which com
manded as high: as $1.39K, against
$1.32 at yesterdav's finish,
A big fallirig dff in production of
wheal, this season, as .shown v by the
government crop report, had made
- ,. trirla an-xinuc. and then talk of
general 'strike possibilities sent the
mjrW toarirto" ' " ..
Judge Wakeley Sells Old
Home Prior to His Sailing
The old home of District Judge
Arthur Wakeley at 2121 -California
street has been sold by the judge to
Matilda Anderson of Benson. Judge
and Mrs. Wakeley have lived there
for 26 years. - w .
They . will leave next Monday
evening for New York, from where
they will sail June 18 on the steam
ship Orduna for France.- They will
spend the summer in Italy, France
and , England, attending a special
course of lectures in Oxford univer
sity and also in the Sorbonne, at
Paris. They will return in Septem
ber, on the Mauretania.
Man Held for Questioning '
In Bandit Shooting Released
Gus Fink, 5009 South Twenty
thifd street, was arrested at his
home Wednesday by Detectives An
derson, Bolar, Trapp, Munch and
Francl, for investigation in connec
tion with the murder of Frs. Mar
garet Foley. Hyland by highway
men last "Saturday night. He was
released after being questioned.
Big Springs Farmer Solves
Potato Planting Problem
Big Springs, Neb.,1 June 9. (Spe
cial Telegram.) John Stewart, farm
er here, plowed up his potatoes last
fall and left the small ones laying
: in the furrows and took'lhe best.
This summer he has perfect 'pota
toes growing from those he left in
the furrows. , . 'V " ' :
Superior. Neb., June 9. (Special.)
The Chicago and Northwestern
railway company nas a torce or men
here rebuilding some of its terminal
- arilit - inrliirlirtor tb"' rnnnrlhrtin
, Platte River High,
1 Big Springs. Neb., June 9. (Spe
cial Telegram.) Water in the Platte
river Jiere is the highest it has been
tar ftr vears. The river, is jvef it
City Mission Is Home and
Happiness to Omaha Needy
Miss Mary Anthony and
Home, church, settlement, library.
school, club and theater that $
vhat the City Mission, located at
Twelfth and Pacific streets, means
to Omaha's needy, according to each
one's particular want.
But to be all this, the .mission
needs .funds. .,. . . .
Hence the tag day, Saturday,
when red hearts with inscription
"Have a Heart for the City Mission
Kiddies," will be sold on down
town streets by prominent Omaha
women and girls. '"".
. "Cur woman's shelter, ! for those'
temporarily 1V1 need, or cs a hprpe
for working girls, is : the only one
cf its kind in ' Omaha," sa.Vt Miss
Mary Anthony, superintendent. "It
fills a great need for trarsicnt poor,
since we are only, three "or four
blocks from the railroad stations."
May Obtain Room.
Working girls 'may obtain a room,
with the privilege- of "cooking their
meals and the use rof the laundry in
the basement for only $1 per week.
A day nursery for children whose,
mothers must work, a gymnasium
for the spirited boys of . the neigh
borhood and a roof garden for the
use of the, mission habitues during j
tne not summer make up part ot
Miss Anthony's dreams for the
Baby Health Station.
-A free dispensary and 'babjrheafllt
station, Bible and study classes, sew-1
ing, cooking, music lessons, boys'
Boy Swipes Horse
' To Ride at. Races
Kermit Gasaway, 8, 2509 Castelar
street, who has been up in juvenile
. . . I . -
,. f . . . u 1
months for stealin horses, was ar-
rested yesterday, at 'Nineteenth and
Leavenworth streets by ,. Dectives
Ryan ' and English, with a . horse
which he is said to have stolen at
Thirteenth and. Castelar streets.
The small boy was riding the ani
mal and told the officers he was on
his way to the Ak-Sar-Ben track to
get into the races with his "mount."
A few weeks ago, Kermit was in
juvenile court for stealing his fourth
horse and his parents .agreed to
send him out to a farm where he
could ride horses to his heart's con
tent. Court Forbids Picketing
By Frisco Marine Strikers
San Francisco, June 9. Eighteen
private shipping operators, members
of the Pacific-American : Steamship
association, obtained . from the
United States district court today, a
temporary restraining order prohi
biting members of six marine unions
from picketing the San - Francisco
waterfront. '' ? ' '.
The United States Shipping hoard
obtained a similar order applying to
hipping vessels last week and Judge
Van Fleet has under advisement a
motion to make it permanent. - .
Man Coating Roof Falls
Two Stories to the Ground
While coating the roof of the
house at 2411 Spencer street with
creosote yesterday, 'Robert Powell,
23, 414 North Nineteenth street, was
overcome by the fumes and fell two
and -a half stories to the ground.
He was taken to Swedish Mission
hospital where his injuries were
diagnosed as concussion of the brain
and internal' injuries-. ' He is ex
pected to recover, however." v
Police Cycling Squad in
Belfast Encounters Ambush
Belfast, Ireland, June 9. A police
cycling patrol which was about to
search a house near Newry last
night ran into an ambush of armed
men and a fight ensued in which one
constable was shot dead and another
was wounded. Two republicans in
the attacking party were killed and
one was wounded.
Sells Land for $500 an Acre.
Superior, Neb., June 9. (Special.)
P. CBaird sold his 30-acre tract
of land adjoining Superior on the
south to B. C. Mendell for a consid
eration of $500 an acre.
Railway Employes Picnic.
McCook, Neb., June 9. (Special.)
June 28 is the date set for the big ;
picnic by the Burlington employes of
the McCook division at McCook. It
will be held in Ravenswood park.
Plan Legion Carnival.
McCook, Neb., June 9. (Special.)
The American Legion here will
stage a street carnival of home talent
June 30 to July 2 for the benefit of
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one of the Mission babies.
and girls' clubs, moving pictures,
playgrounds and mother's clubs are
other. high spots in the mission's
service, according to Miss Anthony,
the superintendent, who is here pic
tured with one of her .little Syria:!
charges, Mary Frances, named for
her by its grateful parents.
Friday night is family night. The
men are entertained in one room,
they talk politics or the weather, or
working conditions while the women
are given home nursing hints or 1
some other practical knowledge.
Then there are movies to wind up
the evening, the movies being fur
nished by the Americanization com
mittee of the Y. M. C. A.
Bridge the Gap.
To make "family night" the big
success it is, no child may come to
the mission without one of' his par-
rents. ' " -.
"You can bet this brings results.
The kiddies won't stay away from
the mission and they insist on their
parents coming; thereby bridging
the gap between the home and in-(
stitution, which is the hardest thing
to do in dealing with foreigners,"
said Miss Anthony!
The Mothers' club, 40 strong,
meets 'every week to sew for its
members or their kiddies and to be
tauKht other things of benefit,
As manv as 20 infants are broucht
tV each 'meeting, for the mothers
have no one with whom to. leave
their, little ones. .
Freighter on Way to
London Hits Iceberg
. New York, June' 9. The captain !
of the freight steamer Chariot, which
struck an iceberg last night, reported
by wireless to the Kerr Steamship
3 ' -tt,
line today that although his craft
was leaking, the pumps were work
ing well and he expected to reach St.
Johns, N. F., safely.
The Chariot, a vessel of 3.545 gross
tons, is owned by the United States
shipping board and operated by the
Kerr Steamship line. She sailed
from Philadelphia May 26 and'put
into St. Johns for engine repairs.
She carries a crew of 35 men and
general cargo. ,
Japanese Plan to Occupy s
Several Siberian Towns
Copenhagen, June 9. General
Kumra,. commanding Japanese
troops in the Vladivostok district,
has announced that the Japanese, in
consequence of the situation develop
ing in eastern Siberia will be forced
to occupy various Siberian towns of
strategic importance, says a special
dispatch from Helsingfors.
The Russian bolshevik government
is said to have made an energetic
protest against this move and in a
note to the British and French gov
ernments is declared to hold all' the
entente powers morally responsible
for Japanese intervention in Siberia.
Con-Opts fcr tha Eye
Physicians and eye specialists pre
scribe Bon-Opto as a safe home remedy
in the treatment of eye troubles and to
strengthen eyesight Sold under. money
refund guarantee by all druggists, v..
For Neyr Styles
and Pretty Arms
Women ara fast learning the value
of the use of delatone for removing
hair or fuzz from face, neck or arms.
A paste is made with some powdered
delatone and water and spread on
the hairy surface. In 2 or 3 minutes
it is rubbed off, the skin washed and
every bit of hair has disappeared.
No failure will result if you are care
ful to buy genuine delatone and mix
fresh as wanted.
quickly relieve Constipation, Bil
iousness, Lot of Appetit and Head
ache, due to Torpid Liver.
Let Cuticura Be
Your Beady Doctor
White Book Shows
Government Official Circular
Gives Purported Draft
London, June 9. (By The Asso-j
ciated Press.) The government is-!
sued as a "white paper" this after-1
noon the text of what purports to be
the draft of a proposed treaty be
tween the Russian soviet govern-1
ment and "The Republic of Ire-
land," which the government states ,
was captured in Dublin.
A covering letter, it was stated, ;
captured at the same time, signed
"Dermot O'Hegarty," described in
the white paper as one of the Irish
republican parliament's secretaries. 1
Twenty feet above the
In. our store today was witnessed the
most intensified clothes selling ever ex
perienced in the city. The reason is
Has Set All Mascu
line Omaha Talking
Banker, merchant and laborer alike
competed for their share of these
wonderful value's. Never before
has Omaha witnessed such a y '
uemuiisucmuii uj. vaiue giving.
.V ,. '
In price roup are represented val- Come expecting the most remark
ues that under no circumstances able values you have encountered,
will be equaled this season. you tvill not go away disappointed.
Twenty of America's Foremost Builders of Quality
Clothes Contribute Their Best to Barker's Stocks
That's why you choose here with a feeling of absolute confidence . that
whatever your choice may be, it is RIGHT in quality, style, fabric' and
workmanship. . v . ,
was addressed to Desmond Fitz
gerald, Smn Fein minister of propa
ganda. This letter is dated June IS,
A memorandum also accompanied
the document, the government states.
This wa alleged to have been writ
ten by Dr. McCarlan.- This memo
randum is quoted as saying:
"The understanding at present is
I shall be in charge of the mission
and John T. Ryan of Buffalo will be
Will Aid Flood Victims.
McCook, Neb., June 9. (Special.)
A sacred concert will be given by
COPPER CITY 'FOUR. Jelly Harmony Ouar
tttti: ETHEL KELLER t CHUMS In "Thi
Spirit st Youth;" WEISSCR & REESER In
'Tun Town Frollci:" WILHAT TROUPE. "A
Clraus on Wheli." Photonliiy Attraeyon,
"THE PALACE OF DARKENED WINDOWS"
All Barker s
'T WM: ; Va
Great Value Lots
.'..- ' t : ' ,
the McCook band in Temple theater
Sunday for tht benefit of the Pueblo
flood "sufferers. All churches will
close for this concert.
Playing ' I Sturdy
"YOU'RE IN LOVE"
r you will bt
the . .
SO, TS, 1
17th and VINTON
CW Chaplin in "THE KID"
Showing at T:tS and 9 p. m.
16th and Farnam
TILL SAT. NITE
His finest screen
FIRST PICTURES OF
Wa Appreciate Your
OMAHA'S COOLEST THEATDES
5 TWO DAYS MORE ' TWO DAYS MORE " f.'
j "Bunty Pulls ' Zane Grey's J
ilthe Strings" ; '"Sanof I
U . f' the Forest" p
McDoiigal's l! COMING. SUNDAY j
J SCOTTISH SINGERS 'V jiye.r c"7od V f I
:! t1 Wonder Story of f Ji
AND DANCERS l the North ; i
1 ii "KAZAN"
1 Coming Sunday ; M l ',.- i( I
W. . Wit Auo ii
H VIOLA DANA B4 : 'S Jg :? m
.W 1UUAI 1UMUKKOW t' '
:i Bryant Washburn in "The Amateur Devil" ' f
V.l TOMORROW MATINEE 1 to 5 p. m. ' i
41 ROLLER SKATES to the "Kiddies." FREE 6 pairs on the ' '
i ii 1 o'clock show. FREE 6 pairs on the 3 o'clock show. BUT .
PRIZES TO ALL. Regular Matinee Prices of 15c. f
on tlie register of a first class hotel is a -badge
of distinction that contributes large
ly to the favorable impression so desired by
; any stranger.
In Omaha such an entree may be gained at
"Built and maintained for thoaa
diaerlminatins Americans who
instinctively demand the best."
ALL THIS WEEK p
CTV Cathrtrw Qrtw ptcttrti
June 2 to 10
Six Races Each Day
Rain or Shine
HIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE
Auto Races June 11
General Admiuion, $1.65; Child
ren (under 12) 7Sci Automobile
(Parking) 50c, - War Ta In
cluded; Grand Stand Free.
General Admission, Children'a and Au
tomobile Tickets on Sale at Beaton
Drug Co., Utiitt-Docekal Drof Co.,
Paxton Hotel. Box Seat Tickets on Sale
at Beaton Drug Co.
$3 to $5
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