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THE SEMI-WEEKLY TRIBUNE. NORTH PLATTE, NEBRA8KA.
PRESIDENT READY TO INTER
VENE IN MEXICO IF NEEDED
TO EFFECT PEACE.
FIGHTING AT THE CAPITAL
Mexico City's Plight Renews Talk of
Intervention to Save Foreigners and
Avert Starvation Zapata General
Killed and Looting Has Occurred.
Washington, July 3. Fighting for
Mexico City lias boon going on In the
suburbs for llftcon days. Zapata's
army and armed civilians aro flcrcoly
resisting tho Carranza army's en
trance. Gun. Raphael Pacheco of tho
Zapata forces has been killed. In tho
capital there Ib looting. All business
houses have been barricaded. Tho
bread lino la filled dally with 40.000
poor. Food Ib scarce. Diplomats aro
trying to protect foreigners. A train
Is held ready to take away ofllclalB of
tho Zapatu government.
President Wilson has determined to
nd the anarchy which prevails In
Tho policy of "watchful waiting,"
which was modified a month ago when
tho president threatened to act unless
tho lcadors of tho several factions In
tho neighboring country got together,
has definitely como to an end.
Tho now policy of tho president con
templates forcible Intervention If such
an extreme step proves necessary.
Tho stato department has advised
the president of tho terrible condl
tlons prevailing In tho Mexican capl
tal and of the difficulties placed In the
way of tho transmission of lnforma-
tlon of tho situation of the diplomats
and foreigners there.
Moro Important from the viewpoint
of the United States', European gov-
ernmcnts again aro Inquiring if tho
president intends to tako measures
for tho protection of European life and
Tho administration fears It will
havo to re-occupy Vera Cruz onco
moro and perhaps march on Mexico
Rochester, N. Y., Juno 30. Four
pnysiCians nolU a COnSUliauon nv
tho home of Chlof of Police Joseph
M. Qulgley, whoro his brother, ItL Rev.
jamcs tu. wuigiey 01 iulubo, uua
critically ill. It was announced that
uio preiaio s conuuion is gruvuiy
ous. ArcnDisnop wu g oy is Buuuub
from a nervous breakdown.
Dunno sent to tho genoral aBsomhly
appropriation veto mosBagoB carrying
a total of $2,275,096. Fourteen appro
priation bills wero votood outright and
Items of tho omnibus appropriation
bill totaling $425,000 wero stricken
Karlsruho, Germany, July 1. Franz
Boohm, former minister of culture In
tho Gorman government, died horo.
New York, July 2. Black Diamond, to arrange a conference between Pros
tho famoua bison of Central park ldent Wilson and Gonoral AngoloB.
zoological garden, whoso Imago adorns Tho president told Dr. Caroy T. Gray-
one Bide of tho nickel, will bo slain
within a fow days, but hla masBlvo
head will bo preserved and mounted,
Ho was born nineteen years ago In
tho zoological garden and wolghB moro
than a ton. Ho la docllo and conoid-
ered a splendid spoclmon of his kind,
but has outlived his usefulnosB.
BIG BRITISH SUGAR ORDER
55,000 Tons Bought From New York
Refining Companies Valued
Now York, July 2. Tho largest for
olgn order yet placed for roflnod
BUgar was rocelvod at Yonkors when
tho Federal Sugar Refining company
got an order for 55,000 tons' worth,
$5,000,000, from an English company.
Tho company split tho ordor with
othor companlos. Tho Federal Refin
ing company two montliB ago recolvod
an ordor for 25,000 tons, worth $3,000,'
000. nnd tho plant has been working
night nnd day.
TRIIRP CALLED IN MPyinn?
Reported That Villa and Carranza
Will Make Peace SoonPlan
El PaBO. Tex- July 2. Follnwlntr
the announcement that Villa and Car-
ranza aro considering a peaco agrco-
mont to avoid a now revolutionary
movomont which might unseat them
both, ClUliualiua reports that a torn-
porary armlstlco haB boon dcclarod
near Encarnaclon, south of Aguas-
callontea. Travolora from tho south
roport that furious fighting was In
progress Monday at Encarnaclon.
Bosnia Is Invaded,
Romo, July 3. Montenegrin troops
have Invaded tho Austrian provluco of
Bosnia, occupying tho mountain vil
lage of Vouchcro, and nro continuing
their orfeiiBlvo drlvo northwest, ac
cording to dispatches received here.
Sinks Turkish Ships,
Athene, July 3. A Drltluli cruiser
nnd ono destroyer raided tho Asia Mi
nor coast on Tuesday, sinking soveral
Turkish sailing vessols and ono steam
er and destroying tho telegraph sta
tion and soveral houses at Alznuof.
LATEST RUSSIAN RETREAT
Arrows Indicate Russian Left, Which Is Now Retreating From Dniester
GERMANY AND AMERICA SHOULD
Dr. Meyer-Gerhard Thinks Germans
and Yankees Merely Mlsunder-
stand Each Other.
Berlin, July 1. Dr. Anton Meyer-
Gorhard, special envoy of Count Born-
"torff to the kaiser, published an ar-
tlclo In Dor Tag on Tuesday explain-
Ing tho views of tho United States
regarding the Lusltania caBo.
"uormany ana mo uniwu oiw
mwunaorsinnu cacu uuiw.
the gist of tho artic e.
uwrar uwnsra suu. uisi , 'T
mciency is inuusniwa
fatherland In tho United States every
me"uu, luu "ulu; A . .
u is irue,- Bays ur. mjri-v.u.u,
l" Amor v "'V,
laudable exceptions, especially tno
succeodod In remaining neutral, but
tho Influence of tho press upon public
opinion Is Bomotlmos greatly overeBtl-
mated. Doubtless largo sections of
tho American pooplo aro frlondly to-
ward Germany, whoso efficient organl-
zatlon Ib dallv wlnnlnir friends and
arouslnc Interest In things German.
"nnn omnifont nffnet Of the war IB J
upon aonimn-Amorlcans, who, with-
out Bncrnco of Uiolr loyalty to their
nd0ptod country, havo shown strong
roniombranco of their descent, their
cducalon nnd thoIr culture Beside
thcm( on tho othor fltdo of tho ocean,
,,. nro w.,1n PirpiH Whn nvmnathlze
uaw aw - - ,f w i
WILSON WON'T SEE ANGELES
Envoys of Mexican Leader Reach
President's Summer Home at
Cornish, N. H.
Cornish, N. II., July 1. Colonel
Jesus Agullar and Maj. I. A. Garcia
nrrlved on Tuesday In Cornish, N. H
son to explain to tho Moxlcans that
ho Is on a vacation and Ib soolng no
visitors. Tho Mexicans left ft moa-
sago for tho prosldont proposing tho
naming of VaBquoz Taglo as pro-
visional prcsldont of Moxlco. Thoy
stntod that both General Villa nnd Gon
oral Angeles wero favorablo to his se
lection, and belloved ho would bo an
Ideal man. President Wilson may
posBlbly bco Genoral Angolea In Wash
ington nftor his return from Cornish,
but has not yet given any hint of his
. ni-,t inn - r-lFr-l uii "
I HAW IIMDHIME CV CLIN
Actress Wife of Slayer Will Not
Testify Against Him Unless
Forced by State.
Malono, N. Y., Juno 30. Evelyn
Nosblt Thaw la still unreconciled to
hor husband, Harry Thaw, who la now
fighting for hla liberty In sanity pro-
"ngs ,n Now York city.
I Tint iinrnytnnn Inn ann In
But unreconciled, sho Is unwilling
to testify against him. Sought by
miimmin nnrvorn inr inn nrntn. nnn
n tnii, tn n rnnnrM
"That's all I hear, that's all I hear-
that thoy aro going to freo him, that
hn linn linnn nmilahml cnntiolif linMio
Ib being persecuted," she said. "But
when tho atato of Now York froos
Hnrrv IC. Thaw It will havn turnnd Its
back on common doconoy. Tho man
Ib as mad today iih ho was ou tho
night of tho murdor."
According to Dispatch to
Tornado Kills Six.
Muskogee, Okla., July 2. Six por-
bohs wero killed In a tornado which
swopt Ottawa county, In tho northeast
part of tho stato, according to roportB
U. 8. 8. Eagle Ordered to Haiti.
wasmngion, juiy a, -tho survey
Bhlp Eagle was ordered by Socretary
of tho Navy Daniels to Port nu
Prlnco, Haiti, to inqulro Into condi
tions there. Tho Eaglo has boon In
Haltlcn waters tor uomo tlmo.
Slaver of Brides to Hano.
London. July 3. A verdict of culltv
was returned on Thursday against
Georgo Joseph Smith, who waB
I charge with murdering threo of his
brides to sccuro thnlr Insurance. He
was soutonced to death.
UNITED 8TATE8 CLAIMS GER-
MANY VIOLATED THE TREATY.
Washington Flatly Denies Validity of
Berlin's Contentions Demands
Pay for Loss of Ship.
Washington, Juno 30. In a note to
Germany made public on Monday by
tho stato dopartmont In tho case of tho
William P. Fryo, tho American vessel
destroyed by tho Prlnco Eltel Fried-
rich, this government maintains that
uwnuajr nas Tioiaioa a ireuiy ouub-
uuu u, ubu,ii.b mo voBi uuu uv-
mauds payment from Germany.
..iT 7.t ,. , .7. ,
,TT qV . a! 7 t . 9
mado by Secretary of. Stato Lansing,
bo made for a breach of treaty obll-
which falls within tho jurisdiction of
tho prlzo court."
Tho state department declares that
it will not bo bound by any decision
of tho German prlzo court and relt-
crates that thlB "Is a matter for ad-
Justmcnt bv direct dlolomatic discus-
slon between tho two Eovernments."
nmnlnk whn Imvn rAd thn nntil sav
that It Is the Btrongeat documont that
has yet been sent across tho water
a the assertion of the rights of Amor
Tho statement of tho present noto
aro direct. They deny point blank
ii n vnKrIHv nf ittn nnw nnn font (nnn
vmw ttiiuivj v& v v mj ll m w w w h
of tho Gorman foreign offlcos and put
tho question on tho high piano of
violation or nonviolation of a soloran
treaty botwoon tho two governments
WAS ON ADMIRALTY MISSION
Britain Informs Pago Armenian, Tor
pedoed by German Submarine,
Was on War Business.
Washington, July 3. The British
admiralty on Thursday Informed Am
hassador Pago In London that tho
steamship Armenian, sunk by a Gor
man submarine with tho loss of 21
American lives, was engaged In ad
mlralty business, and that sho carried
r- passongers. This Information was
cabled by Ambassador Pago to tho
stato department. The ambassador
suggcBted that tho Americans who
wero lost with the Armenian appeared
thoreforo to havo been members of
Tho incident bolng tho first Involv
log American Hvos since tho sinking
of tho Lusltania, creatod considerable
nHf In nfllnfnl nfrnlio lint nn r.n in
authority would say, pending receipt
of onlclnl facts in tho case, what ef-
feet it would havo on tho negotiations
between this country and Germany.
STOPS DRINKING IN ALABAMA
State-Wide Prohibition Goes Into Ef
fect No Disorder Reported In
Montgomery, Ala., July 3. State
I wlfln nrnntnltlnn wont intn nttni n,
I - .... u..
Thursday. Every saloon and dispensary
" ,l ,u W,,B clOB?,u wounosaay
I J j.. 1"ur",wuo " oruer in me
"iwmiuuii. ou.ou.ia wero CIOSOU
unucr ino Provisions or tno werrltt
"e buboibu hi January,
TURK TOWN TAKEN BY ALLIES
Anglo-French Force Captures Krlthla
Athens, July 3. A Mltyleno dls
patch says It Is reported thoro that tho
allies have occuplod Krlthla on tho
Airmen Shell German Town.
Paris. July 3. Eleven French no.
pianos, liying across tho Black Forest
attacked seven German towns In ai
saco Wednesday, and also bombarded
threo railway lines. Their bombs
caused heavy damago.
Turks Tako Big Toll.
London, July a. British lossor. at
tho Dardanelles up to May 31 among
tho land and sea forces numborod 38
n I , lit ...
uou, i-ri'iuiur Aniiunn mauo tnis an
nouncemeut In tbo houao of commons
CRITI8H 8TEAMER ARMENIAN
TORPEDOED AND 8UNK BY
HAD HORSES FOR ENGLAND
Vessel Attacked by Undersea Craft ,
m mm . I I. I m . . II n . . L A 1
Off Trevoso Head, Cornwall Doubt
as to Whether the Vessel Was
Troop or Merchant Ship.
Washington, July 2. Tho British
owned steamship Armenian of the
Dominion lino was torpedoed and sunk
, lh? ?.erm if'iS
miles west of Trovoso head, Cornwall.
England, on Tuesday night, and a
number of Americans were losL Tho
information came In dispatches to the
Tho official count says that 29 men
wero lost and ten injured and glveB a of frm $5 to $10 a month to teachers was placed bj, H crnnk who deslred
list of American citizens, whlto and 'ho haye not yet reached tho maxl- to create a sensation. Visitors were al
colored, who aro crossing with the mum salary set by the board. In a ew ,owcd ,n the T0Qm dur, th d am,
Tho official stato department state
ment la as follows: '
"This department has received
cablegrams from tho American consul
at Birmingham, England, roportlng
a. i-- vt wnn wn.
nmnr.n,i c,nir nt ft n m. .Ttinn 28.
0 miles west by north of Trevoso
I'VUUUVJ UllVt UUIIIl MV ! w I
head. Cornwall, by German submarine
U-38. That tho Marconi houao was
struck by a shot and that 29mon wero
lost and ten Injured."
Tho following American horao at-
tendants aro missing:
F. Williamson, addrcsa unknown.
J. M. Monroe, Now Orleans.
D. M. Cranberry, 4115 Wachlngton
streot, Montgomery, Ala.
S. R. Sutton, Cartersvlllo, Va.
Harry Stone, New York city.
Cattlo Carpenter Brown, Harrlsburg,
Dr. J. S. Vlso. Porto Rico,
R. H. Brooks, or West, chlot fore
man, naturalized American, London,
Julius. Jenry. William. Virginia,
J. Smith, Portsmouth, (colored).
Wall, Foloy, Little. Newport ew,
Loroy, Jackson, John Speed, Rich
King, Small, Rlckart, Oakes, Nor
Is reported to the consul tbat
TV.nn. tri 1 l,
er survivors wero picked up by the
Belgian trawler Professor Stevens and
transferred to two destroyers at noon
yesterday and brought to Bristol last
Tho Armenian sailed from Nowport
News Juno 17 with a carco of horses
consigned to Avonmouth, west coast
of England, for tho English army.
Tho facts In tho case as obtained
from Consul Armstrong at Bristol and
all tho information obtainable hero as I
to tho character of tho vessel wore
telegraphed to the president at Corn-
lah, N. H.
ouuo uepanraoni oiucmis no noi re-
gard the Information now at hand as
Ion and especially on which to mako
intelligent representations to Ger
many. Tho department theroforo
cabled to Ambassador Pago to send
on at onco all tbo details ho could
mi, i At. i
Amenian is whether she is an actual
mombor of tho British navy as a troop
ship or horse Bhlp. Sho could bo such,
either by havlnir been takon over by
the government Itself for that purpose
or by tho government itself having
chartered tho ship, and therefore mak
ing it a warship subject to attack on
sight by German war vessels.
New York, July 2. W. W. Jeffries,
genoral manager of tho International
Mercantile Marine company of which
the Dominion lino la a subsidiary, de-
clared that tho Armenian was not un
dor charter to tho British government
or to any government and never bad
The Armenian was built in Belfast
by Harland & Wolff In 1895. Sho is
of 8,825 groBs tons and has a length
of 512,5 feet and a benm of 59.2 foot
When she sailed from Newport Nows
sho wns in command of Capt John
BRITISH DESTROYER DAMAGED
Admiralty Says Vessel Was Either
Torpedoed or Hit Mine One
Dead and 15 Missing.
London, July 3, Tho admiralty an
nounced on Thursday that the British
dostroyor Lightning encountered a
mlno, or wns torpedoed, off the cast
coast oi uingianu weanesuay night
anu tnai ono or tno crow waB killed,
wnuo 14 aro missing. u ho vessel
succeeded In reaching harbor safely.
Tho Lightning is an old boat, dating
from 1893. Sho has a displacement
of 290 tons and carrlea ono 12-pound
or, five Blx-poundera and two 18-inch
Predict Good Crops for Germany.
Berlin, via London, July 2. Prolific
rains after a long period of dryness
have considerably advanced the condi
tion of tho crops throughout Germany
Tho prospectB for a good yield are
Trawler and Crew Lost.
Grimsby, England, Juno 2. The
trawler Horatio, mlsBlng Blnco March
26 with a crew of 14, Ib hollered to
havo been sunk by a German sub
marine In the war zone and given up
GOSSIP FROM STATE HOU8E.
Tho Security State bank of .Johns
town has received a charter from tho
stato banking board.
The hoard of educational lands and
funds has bought $10,000 of electric
light bonds and $6,000 of water houds
IS9U0d by th c,f Broken How.
State Auditor Smith has received
notlco that Holt county will make a
sufflclent to pay the state $3,200
due for the caro of Insane patients.
CltlzctiB of Murphy, a small town on
tho Burlington railroad six miles west
of Aurora, havo petitioned tho state
railway commission for an order re-
nolrlm. 1. . -nllmnil nnmnntlV in llllflrl I
station, Install an agent and provide
shipping facilities for their use.
On recommendation of tho normal
board of the committee on teachers
the board decided to give an increase
Stato Superintendent Thomas has
tendant Ada M. Halderman of Scotta
m.,fr nntv hni nirnl ,itHrlofB afl
-.11,1 .ir havn voted to consolidate crade
nnri lilcrh sohnnln l.v .i maloritv of
--0- - - .
23 to 7. P ans havo been made foi
a three-room school and other schools.
chief Game Warden Rutenbeck. who
. . . (llpntu, Vnin.
tl mna fni,i vnn,i mgnv nnnnlo
thcre that tuer(J are stlll lot8 of bass
In the lakes of Cherry county, where
previous reports said that all the fish
had been killed by the lack of air holes
In the Ice last winter.
State Superintendent Thomas is con
fident ho will have 100 new consoll'
dated or union schools organized be
foro tho end of his first year. School
districts throughout tho state aro dis
cussing consolidation and the state bu-
perlntendcnt is urging consolidation
wherever ho believes It will bring
about better rural scboois.
State Land Commissioner Beckmann
and Deputy Attorney General Dexter
T. Barrett havo gone to Howard
county to review an appraisement ot
utntn lnml Twolvn or ninre tracts I
, hv thn rnnntv hoard at
anavera?.of 2 a.n a5c- .Thpr"8:
ent county board asks the state board
to reduce tlie value about $J an acre.
Taxes In the sum of ' $170,000, col-
lected by W. G. Uro of Douglas county,
must be turned over to tho state under
a writ of mandamus granted State
Treasurer Hall by the supreme court.
This was a test case anu is accoraeu a
victory for the state In that It provides
a means for the state treasurer to de-
mand montniy reports from county
u h t ti. atntA n TChraRltii nn
t ,,. 1Rft nnah nntlnv fnr Its nnrt
m prcsentInB the caso of tho allied
western states in resistance to tho in--
creased rates asked for by the rail- While some officials thought the ex
roads of this territory. Another $1,000 plosion was the work 'cf an irrespons-
wlll be added to this expenditure in ible crank, with no other end in view
the near future. When tho $15,000 fig- than a sensation, others seriously sug
uro is reached, no more funds will be posted that it might have been ner-
I unrtltorl in flint nnriinan nvonnt nnaulhli'
!a'1 "11 "P Uem8 that
may be left over.
Edward G. Maggl of Lincoln haa
been reappointed by Governor More-
head as a member of the state prison
board and tho board of pardons, at
a salary of $1,000 a year for three
years beginning July 1. Mr. Maggl has
served on these two boards ever since
they wero created in 1911. Ho wae
first appointed by Governor Aldrich
for one year, and then reappointed
few thrnn vnara T,tr Vin anmo ATDnnlk'A I
. " "
He IS a repUDUCan.
Fewer births and moro deathB oc-
curred in 'Nebraska during the six
months from December 1, 1914, to
May 31st, 1915, than in the same pe-
Tiod one year before according to
tho rccord of vltal stattBtlcs compllod
in the office of state Health Inspector
W. H. Wilson. Tho births fell off In dency of Mexixco, following the sue
number by 119, while tho deaths In- ce8afUi Madero revolution. Last fall
creased 4G. Tho total number of births
during ttie last nair-year was "
while tho deaths numbered 5,779.
Tho Pullman car company has paid
to Secretary of State Pool $300 for an
annual occupation tax receipt. This is
$ moro than tho amount paid by this
company last year. Tho occupation
tax Is based on capital stock invested
Nearly 4,000 feet of moving picture
flim( illustrating agricultural education
and irrigation in tho state will bo
shipped to California within a few dayB
to bo shown at tho exposition under
the auspices of tho United States re
Tho prohibition committee which
was assicned tho Job of drafting a
prohibitory amendment to the Nebras'
ka stato constitution has practically
finished Its work. Tho amendment
will bo submitted to tho voters at
the next regular election In 1916, pro
viding enough signatures are secured
to warrant It's being placed on the
ballot. Tho amendment Is still sub
ject to revision and It may be several
dayB before U appears In Its completed
SERIOUS EXPLOSION IN CAPITOL
Believed to Have Been Bomb Left by-
Crank. The Report Is Heard a
Washington. A tremendous explo-
alnn knllnt.t.l . ,nlln t.t .. a ml" 1. ir
aomo kind of bomb or infernal ma-
chine, wrecked the public reception
room on the east side of the capltol
building shortly befure midnight Fri
day night. No one was Injured.
omdnlK hullmn Hint th ri,iniv.
without attracting attention.
Superintendent Elbert Woods of the-
biUlding. sumnrcned by panic
wmciunen, muue a nurrieu
'OBtlgntlon, (hen telephoned for an
expert on explosives. Until tho expert
, m,, ... . t ml..1
"'uc ",a " -
, A 1. I I 1 A lift
i mciuuni ut-
1 an 01 1,10 celling and side walln
r the room were shaken down. A
1,uKe mirror and a crystal chandelier
shattered, and the doors were btown
0Den- 0ne of tho doors led Into the
omce oi tne vice president and Is
ai(l not to havo been opened for fort
The building had been closed slnco
dnrk and there was no tone in It but
the watchman and the telephone
switchboard operators. Watchman
Jones, on the lloor below at the east
entrance, raid he was blown from his
chair by the explosion.
The report could be heard for
mile and in a few minutes a crowd of
excited people had gathered on the
east plaza. In the meantime lights
had been switched on and excited of-
flclals were rushing back and forth on
two floors of the great bulldinc
After the first rumors of a bomb.
snmn nf thn Invmiiininn,
timt Mm hin u . i...
" un wuacu l-'
cnt"neous combustion in a gasplpe.
The sides of the wall were torn out.
however, and all tho hIdgr annarontiv
were lntnct. There had been no iras
fixtures on the senate side since an
explosion occurred there nearly twen-
ty years ago.
A strong odor permeated the bulld-
Ing, hut none seemed able to detect
jusi wnat it was. No trace could ho
found at an explosion of a bomb, nor
of anything else which might have
caused the blast.
Superintendent Woods s.iM Tin wi
examined the structural features of
the building and found that there wjw
no damaEe other than In tli im.
mediate vicinity of the reception
I mt.nin.i i... i .
uutiuLuu uy u uurson (leairinir to ie-
n.10'lstrate PProval of some of
the policies of the American govern
ment. It certainly was n-ot intended
to destroy lives, as it was well known
that the room was empty at night.
General Diaz Dies In France.
Paris. General Porflrlo Diaz, for-
mer president of Mexico, died hero
xuv - H wir s, r-,,, TJ.
moro n..hln nln t,,olr cnn
porflrlo Dia2i Jri nnd the Iattcr,8
wlfo were at h heiMae when Ul0
PnlnnAl nln In nnnm,nlno.
denth of his father, said that he waB
unable to state the nature of the mal-
ady, but expressed the opinion that a
complication of diseases due to ad-
vancod ago was the cause.
Genoral Diaz had been In fallhiK
health after reaching Europo in 1911,
after his resignation from the ores!
he Wll8 m at Biarritz, France, but was
reported to have recovered. He had
consistently declined to comment on
tho passing phases of the Mexican
Two tragic circumstances marked'
the death ot tho exiled ruler. Owing
to tho troubled stato in Mexico, It
has been judged impossible to send
tho body home with all that cermony
which would have befitted one of the
greatest figures in Mexican history,
and, further. Colonel Porilrio Diaz,
jr., has tried In vain to Inform his
sisters, Senora Ignacio do la Terre
and Senora Rlncon Gallardo, who are
now In Mexico, of the death of their
Murderer of Brides to Die.
London. A verdict ot guilty was
brought In by the jury In tho case of
George Joseph Smith, who was
charged with the murder of three of
his wives. Smith killed his wives
while they were In their baths anil
had collected Insuranco money.
Italian Ship Torpedoed.
London.- Tho Itallnn ship Sardn
jnene, timber laden, was torpedoed
without warning five miles from Cas
tletown Bearhaven, Ireland. Two of
the crew were killed outright.
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