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HUERTA MAY NOT LEAVE FOR
BRIEF NEW8 OF NEBRASKA
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COMMISSIONERS FRIENDLY TO
NO MANEUVERS FOR IOWA
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Nebraska N. N. G. Will Go Into Camp
at Aihland Reilgnatlorv of
Huerta Is Pleasing
Western Newspaper Union News Service
Monterey, Mexico. Provisional
President Francisco Cnrbnjal Is ready
to yield unconditionally to the consti
tutionalists, according to constitution
allst ofllcers horo. This Is evidenced
by tho makeup of tho special commit
tee ho has solcctcd to confer with Car
ranza, they assort. It this wero not
tho case, they added, Jho members
would not have accepted their com
mission. It Is said the threo commis
sioners are friendly to tho constitution
alist cause. Jesus Urutla hus been in
biding In Mexico City for sovural
months; Jono Ynlz Novolo formorly
was secretary to Vlco President Sunr.
ez; Enrlquo Dordes Mangel Is also
favorably inclined toward tho consti
tutionalists. Huerta at Puerto Mexico,
.Puerto Mexico. Qonornl Victorlano
Huerta, who recently resigned ns pro
visional president of Mexico, has ar
rived hore accompanied by General
Blanquet, his minister of war. When
ho expects to leave to share tho exllo
of General Porflrio Dlnz, who ho es
corted to the coast three years ago,
1b yet unknown except perhaps to him
self. Captain Kohler of the German
crulsor Dresden, offerod him bis ship
for any ubo he cared to make of her,
but General Huerta merely thanked
him, ndding that ho would return his
Huerta'e Resignation Pleases England.
London. General Huerta's resigna
tion of the provisional presidency of
Mexico Is regarded as a victory for
President Wilson's policy and Is wel
comed by the British public and in
official circles here as a possible solu
tion of the Mexican problem. A peace
ful end to the complex situation Is
greatly desired here on account of the
large Brltsh financial Interests In the
country. Most of the London news
papers, however, express doubt as to
whether conditions will be better un
der Venustlano Carranza than when
General Huerta was In power In Mex
NO MANEUVER3 IN IOWA.
Nebraska Mllhla Will Hold Forth at
Washington. Senator Hitchcock
has received a letter from State Audi
tor Howard urging him to Intercede
with the war department to have tho
proposed Jofeit maneuvers of the Ne
braska and Iowa state mllltla held at
Ashland Instead of at Des Moines, la.
The war department when asked
about the maneuvers stated that they
had been given up so far as Iowa and
Nebraska mllltla were concerned and
that Nebraska mllltla would hold Us
maneuvers at Ashland from August
17 to September 4. It was stated fur
ther that one or two companies of
regulars might Join with the Nebraska
state troops in the Ashland camp.
Headquarters at Guadalajara.
El Paso, Tex. The peace commls
sloners who are to Invite the consti
tutionalists to take possession of Mex
ico City have left the national capital
with Guadalajara as their destination.
They will go to Guadalajara, because
that Is the point nearest to the con
stitutionalist divisional commander.
General Obrcgon, chief of the western
division, has established his headquar
ters there, Guadalajara, the second
city of Mexico, Is fifteen hours by rail
from the capital. v-
Albany, N. Y. Governor Glynn ha
placed $50,000 at tho disposal of the
stato commissioner of agriculture for
war on grasshoppers, which have be
come a menace.
Richmond, Va. An order for an
election on the question of state-wide
prohibition In September has been Is
sjued by Governor Stuart. A petition
Asking the election was signed by C9,
Ninety Sent to Jail.
Toklo. The criminal court here
sentenced ninety participants In the
Sntl-mlnlsterlal riots on February 10
terns of Imprisonment ranging
from six months to a year. The riots
occurred during demonstrations
gainst the ministry's attitude in con-
Election with the recent naval scandals,
or which a number of officers were
dismissed from the navy on charges
of having received Illicit commissions
for Influencing the allotment of ad
Lost Her Pocketbook Drops Dead. .
Marshalltown, la. Because she lost
jher pocketbook containing 25 Mrs,
John Dalton of Farnam, Neb,, dropped
dead on a Chicago & Northwestern
railroad train as It was entering Mar
iahalltown. Tho body Is being held
there for disposition. Mrs. Dalton had
been visiting relatives at Grand
(Mound, la., and was returning home,
!As the train was entering Marshall
town she reached for her pocketbook
fcad found that she had lost It. She
(dropped baok into ber seat and died
WHEAT SHIPPING IS HEAVY
GENERAL AMNESTY FOR ALL PO
Chicago Grain Receipts for One Day
Worth $1,000,000 American Ref-
ugees Returning to Home
Western Newspaper Union News Service.
Mexico City. President Carbajal
has ordered all political prisoners re
leased at onco. Most of tho superior
ofllcers of tbo army are remaining
hore, but Gen. Ramon Corona, chief of
Huerta's staff, has gone to Europe.
The standing committee of congress
held a session Thursday afternoon and
resolved to dissolve after addressing
a proclamation to tho people of-the re
public. President Carbajal conferred
with tho political leaders of tho dif
ferent parties, In an attempt to bring
about an understanding among all fac
tions. Washington. Francisco Carbajal,
successor to General Huerta, as pro
visional president of Mexico, has ad
vised tho United States government
Informally that ho Intended to retire
In favor of General Carranza, the con
stitutionalist chief. Mr. Carbajal
wishes only that a general amnesty be
proclaimed and protection given to the
property of those who oppose the con
stitutionalists. Doubt Permanent Peace for Mexico,
Vera Cruz Wfth the resignation of
General Huerta from the provisional
presidency there 1b every evidence
among American and other foreign
refugees here of an Immediate move
ment to return to tho capital and
points In the Interior, where aband
oned Interests aro awaiting attention.
Many Americans, who came to Vera
Cruz during the general exodus and
refused to proceed further pending
some adjustment of tho affairs of
Mexico, have expressed their intention
of returning and many aromaklng ac
tual preparations to leave at once for
their former homes.
That tho'removal ot General Huerta
means permanent peace to Mexico Is
doubted In some quarters, but It is
generally believed there will be a sub
sidence of anti-American sentiment
and at least a period of relief from the
menace of actual revolution.
WHEAT 8HIPPING 18 HEAVY.
Single Day's Receipts at Chicago Is
Chicago. Twenty railroads from
tho south and middle west poured a
continuous stream of grain Into Chi
cago'Wcdncsday, setting a new record
for n slnglo day's wheat receipts here.
A total of 1,153 cars, representing 1,
250,000 bushels, were received. Ap
proximately $1,000,000 will bo paid the
farmers for tho day's shipment Tho
enormous receipts exerted no Influ
ence on tho mnrket, however, a de
cided Increaso In prlco being recorded
Instead of tho decllno which might
have been- expected to follow the now
Broke Record Receipts.
Chicago All records for grain
shipments hero wero broken, Tues
day with tho inspection of 1,505 cars,
the largest amount ever received In
ono day. Monday broke another rec
ord when 1,116 cars of wheat alone
were received and inspected.
Cloudburst at Raleigh.
Raleigh, N. C Damage estimated
In excess of $100,000 was caused here
by a cloudburst. The rainfall was 3.4
Inches In ono hour, the greatest In
Fatal Rioting at Omaha.
Omaha, Neb. Four persons were
fatally shot during two tights between
rlyal gangsters In which 300 men and
boys engaged, and which brought riot
calls to police headquarters in cich
instance. Tho first trouble started
between rival gangs near tho lino bo
tween Omaha and South Omaha. Llnd
was shot thrqugh the abdomen and
taken to a hospital unconscious. Sev
eral others received dangerous wounds
from bricks and atouea.
HUERTA RESIGNS FROM PRE8L
DENCY OF MEXICO.
Anti-Trust Bills Are Hindered at
Every Turn Prohibition Loses
Out In Iowa State
Western Newspaper Union News Service.
Mexico City. Gen. Victorlano
Huerta resigned from the provisional
presidency of tho Mexican republic
Thursday evening and his resignation
was accepted by tho senate and cham
ber ot deputies by a. vote of 121 to 17.
Francisco Carbajal was then appoint
ed) president and took the oath of of
fice at the Joint session ot deputes
Huerta's resignation was submitted
through the department of foreign re
lations. It was rend in tho house and
was greeted with crIesof "Viva
It was then referred to the Joint
committee of gubernation.
After brief considerations the com
mittee reported, accepting the resig
nation In the following terms:
Article 1: We accept the resigna
tion presented by Gen. Victorlano
Huerta as president of the" Mexican
Article 2: We call Licentiate Fran
cisco Carbajal, minister of foreign
relations, to assume the presidency.
A ballot was taken and the Joint
session approved the report.
President Carbajal proceeded to the
national palace under an escort of
presidential guards, and along the way
was greeted with tumultuous cheer
Turn Down Prohibition Plank.
Des Moines, la. Prohibition forces
lost their battle for tho insertion or a
plank favoring the resubmission of
prohibition by n vote of the people at
the republican Btate convention here.
Tho convention did, however, adopt a
plank Indorsing the present liquor
lawB and commending their enforce
ment. The "drys" were defeated after
a long battlo In the resolutions com
mittee, which finally voted against
putting such a plank In the platform.
There was no opposition in the con
vention. MAKING HA8TE 8LOWLY.
Anti-Trust Bills Hindered at Every
Turn In Road.
Washington. Tho administration
anti-trust program, revitalized by en
ergetic action of tho senate commit
tee and apparently assured of perfec
tion by this tlmo In order to hasten
tho session of congress to a conclu
sion, has struck some more snags.
Absenteeism Is one of tho main
causes ot delay, differences between
democrats as to Important points,
both In tho Clayton bill pending be
foro tho Judiciary committee and the
mcasuro to regulate securities of com
mon carriers before the Interstate
commission Is another, and a deslro on
the part of many senators to have all
the pending bills concluded in one
measure Is a third cause.
Redding, Cal. The sixteenth de
cisive eruption of Lassen peak since
the volcano first broke Into renewed
activity on May 30 occurred at 2:60
p. m. Monday. A piebald cloud, half
jet black and half pure white, shot
several thousand feet into the air.
Bern. Two German soldiers died
and over 100 others are 111 from sun
stroke by which they were affected
during military maneuvers at Frank-fort-on-Oder.
The weather was the
hottest experienced In Germany this
Hindus Preaching Revolution.
Vancouvor, B. C Four hundred'
Hindu volunteers aro being recruited
In western Canada to go back to In
dia with tho Hindu passengers on tho
Komogata Maru, who havo boen de
nied admission and preach rovolt
against tho BrltlBh empire. A Mo
hammedan priest spoke In tho Sikh
temple hero and urged his hearers to
Join In the movement. Six Hindus
have just come across from Golden,
B. C, and are addressing meetings ot
the HlndUB In this city urging the
SUFFRAGE WORKERS HAPPY
W. J. Bryan Welcomed as Latest Con
vert to Suffrage Ranks Mill-
tary Executions Ordered
Western Newspaper Union News Service,
-, ruerto .Mexico Kx-l'rcaldent Huer-
ta and his party may bo delayed for
several days In their departure from
Mexico City. A message received
from President Carbajal refused the
.use of tho Mexican gunboats for thai
Unwillingness to leave behind any
friends who want toSiccompany him
Into exile, and failure to select a ves
sel to carry them beyond reach of the
constitutionalists has resulted In the
postponement by President Huerta of
With contemptuous disregard for
his enemies In the Interior, who would
shovo him off Mexican soil If thoy
wero able, General Huerta shrugged
his shoulders and laughed at the dif
ficulties which will force him to re
main In the country for a while longer,
but most of tho members of the party
showed much disappointment because
they could not get out.
Orders Cessation of Executions.
Mexico City President Carbajal
has wired orders to every federal
army commander and to the governors
of every stato controlled by the gov
ernment forces to stop tho execution
of prisoners of war aud political suu
pects. Ills orders were that hence
forth no onowas to be executed. Car
bajal's expressed Intentions to con
duct his administration along strictly
humanitarian lines Is now being given
credence, by every ono in the capital.
Orders that the statue of General
Washington, which was overthrown
by a mob hero last April, be replaced
on Its pedestal at once also wore
given by the new president.
SUFFRAGE WORKERS HAPPY.
Welcome Bryan as Latest Notable
Washington. Secretary Bryan's for
mal declaration that he favored the
granting of the ballot to women Is be
ing widely discussed here. Women
suffrage workers were enthusiastic
over the encouragement given their
cause by the secretary, who. in a for
mal statement, came out for equal
suffrage and asserted that ho would
ask no political rights for himself that
ho was not willing to grant his wife.
Ho sayB he finds objections to grant
ing the ballot to women are not well
founded and arguments In favor of It
Wants Peace Treaties Ratified.
Washington. President Wilson
through secretary Bryan, has notified
the senate foreign relntlons committee
he wishes to press for ratification be
fore adjournment of this session of
congrosB the new peace treaties signed
with twenty foreign powers. The pres
ident's plnn was communicated In a
statement to members of tho commit
tee by Secretary Bryan. Copies will
be sent to evory senator when the
treaties are submitted for ratification
thlB week. ,
Opposition to Woman Suffrage.
Omaha, Neb. Signed by twenty
nine Omahans in tho forefront of fi
nance, public service, commerce, the
professions and the ministry, a mani
festo has Just been issued by tho -Nebraska
Men'B association Opposed to
Woman Suffrage, setting forth the
views of that organization toward the
proposed constitutional amendment
asking the co-operation of tho men
voters' when the decision finally rests
with them at the polls.
Demands Unconditional Surrender.
San Antonio, Tox. Nothing short of
unconditional surrender of tho federal
government will be accepted by the
constitutionalists, according to Ro
berto Pesqulera, confidential agent ot
General Carranza In Washington, who
reached San Antonio, Sunday, en
route to Carranza's headquarters via
Grand Island Has Costly Fire.
Grand Island. The Martin depart
ment store was almost completely de
stroyed by flames which were discos
ered at noon Saturday. The building
was practically gutted from the base
ment to the second story. All good
In this section of the store were de
stroyed. The loss on the stock Was
$80,000, and the damage to the build
ing amounted to $15,000. The stock is
Insured for $68,000. The building is
owned by Mayor Charles Ryan and Is
Mysterious 8hootlng Affray at Omaha.
Omaha. Fred Schroeder, council
man from the Seventh ward from 1909
to 912, a married man and the father
of threo children, and his brothor,
Peter Schroeder, both brick contract
ors, aro dead at the St. Josoph's hos
pital from revolver wounds received In
a mysterious manner In tho Italian
quarter near Twenty-third and Pacific
streets. William Rapp, a salesman,
who also was Injured In the affray,
stands a very slight chance of recovering.
Thieves took twenty cases ot beer'
from a vault in Hastings.
Entries for tho state fair better
babies contest close August 17.
A band ot Indians from the vicinity
of Chadron, will be a state fair attrac
tion. Falrbury Is making efforts to take
over the franchlso of Superior In the
Btate baseball league.
Rev. G. B. Hawkcs, for flvo years
pastor of the Congregational church at
Sutton, has resigned,
An unsuccessful attempt was made
by Incendlorles to set fire to tho post
office building at Ord.
Anna Vodvorskl died at Dodgo from
lockjaw as the result of stopping on a
, rusty nail a few weeks ago.
Falrbury, has a "hobovlllo" with a
varying population of a score normally
up to COO ono day recently.
Ralph Sherwood wns Instantly killed
by a stroke of lightning while at work
In n harvest field near Beatrice.
Fifteen students at Peru normal
Buffered ptomaine poisoning from an
over Indulgence In raspberry plo.
The annual meeting of Tel-Jed-Sokol
will conveno at Omaha July 22,
and continue In session for a week.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Schlssler ot
Hastings will leavo shortly for a visit
to their old homo at Bncjen, Germany.
Charles Zoltka of Plattsmouth was
Instantly killed when ho fell under tho
wheels of a train as ho wnh getting off.
Secretary Whltten of the Lincoln
Commercial club is making efforts to
secure reduced railroad rates to tho
Theodore Kline, a watchman on tho
Rock Island at Lincoln, was found
dead along nldo tho track, a victim of
Chris Koerncr of Lincoln, had hi!
right wrist nearly severed by the ex
plosion of a pop bottle ho was taking
from a refrigerator.
Miss Mary Fnlrbrothor, a former
Nebrnskan, has been mado manager ot
tho new democratic woman's news
paper at San Francisco.
While the Burlington ngent at Mal
:olm was at dinner someone broke Into
'.he depot room where the cash drawer
ivas located and extracted $43.
Robert Gordon of Callaway Is dead
from Injuries received when a binding
machine nenrly severed his right limb,
making amputation necessary.
Pete Albrnredo, a laborer, was
caught In a caveln of a sewer dltcb
at Omaha and was dead before follow
workmen could remove tho dirt.
J. W. Snyder, an Ironworker, fell
from the tenth story of an Omaha,
building, and escaped with a slight
scalp wound and a general shaking up
William Blrkholz, near Hebron, had
a yield of seventy-one bushels of oats
to the acre, which he claims Is a
record-breaker for the South Platte
-John Plantz, a farmer near Fremont,
suffered the fracture of three ribs and
other Injuries in a runaway when he
was caught under a binder he was
Mrs. Louise Corner of Lincoln was
struck by an auto occupied by a party
of joyriders, who never even Black
ened speed to seo If she was able to
regain her footing unassisted.
William Pottlt of Guide Rock Lodge
No. 128, Is tho oldest Nebraska-made
Mason In the state, having beon raised
in-Bellevue Lodge No. 1, In 1870. Ho
will be 74 yenrs old In September.
F. E. Wllbert of Harrlsburg, Pa.,
walking on a pair of five-foot stilts, In
which unique manner he expects ta
reach tho Panama-Pacific exposition,
passed through Lincoln one day lasl
Misses Bessie, May and Nina Hull,
Fremont girls, have started a 'ranch
n their claims near Newell, S. D.
They were former school teachers and
itocked their ranch with the money
jarned by teaching.
Loretta Burch, a 3 year old Tecum
ich child, was bitten three times by a
rattlesnake which sho picked up in thi
lawn at her home. The usual reme
lies were administered and she suf
fered no serious results.
The plant of the Ansloy Argosy wat
t entirely destroyed when the Masonic
hall at that place, in which It was lo
cated, was burned to the ground.
Viola, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H
8. Whitney of Wlnslow, fell on ar,
Blectrlc light wlro at Hooper, tearing
tho flesh from the finger bo badly thai
amputation was necessary.
Harold Helghmelstera dlaryman ol
Erlckson, does his milking to the soul
ful strains of an orchestral accompa
niment. His family, ten in number
are musicians, and regale the bovlnei
at dawn and eve with high class selec
tions. The Bun's rays focusing on a bottU
lying In a wheat field near Mlnden
started a fire which burned seven oi
Central City boasts of one of th
cleanest and fastest basebal organiza
tions outside of the state league. Tc
date nine games have been played
seven of which have bscn chalked tc
The nlne-months'-old son of Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Borrenthol of Tecumseh,
swallowed a three-Inch scarf pin and
although he experienced a few days'
Inconvenience, ba's fully recovered
from tho effects.
A 3-year-old son of Bohomel Kucera,
a farmer residing near Howolls, fell
Into a water tank and was drowned.
George Haupy of Tecumseh, has
Just broken a twenty-five days' fast,
during which time ho subsisted en
tirely on wnter. Ho was threatened
with appendicitis and took this heroic
method of heading it off.
Thomas Morris of WeBtcrvlllo, who
Is ono hundred and twonty years and
nearly six months old, Is belloved by
friends to be the oldest man In the
United States, If not In the world. He
is the only man in Nebraska at lost
who has lived in three centuries.
III 1 1 1 1 1
It's a Very
to help your poor,
tired Stomach, lazy
liver qr clogged bow
els back to health
and strength, but the
longer you delay the
harder It is going to
be. , Today you
should start taking
It has helped thousands
of others will help you.
DAISY FLY KILLER E STfiffi
SIM. Neat, clean, or
cheap, taita all
eaten. Mad ot
metal, can't tplllor Up
oteri will not aoll or
mnrui lald tar 11.00.
HABOLD 10MEBI, 160 DeXalb' Are., Broeklfa, K. .
One Hundred Years Ago.
Tho curious modes which women af
fect now begnn as far back as 1798,
which is a period we should hardly
wish to copy, In most respects. A
danco not nt all unlike tho tango was
In vogue nt that time, and had meny
exponents, who danced In tooso bod
Ices opening In a V shape from tho
shoulders almost to the waist Skirts
wore silt and were often mado of
We may return to tho gowns of that
period, which were without waists,
having simply a girdle to the bust,
with skirts caught up rathor short In.
front and slightly trained at the back.
In 1800 women wore sandals and
bare feet. Corset belts were only
about two Inches wide. Somo gowns
wero caught up to tho knee with largo
cameos. Soon fashion overreached It
self, and then camo-crlnollnes, pointed
footgear and unnaturally small waists.
Are wo coming to this?
London has Ambulances.
London, which has never yet had
an ambulance, has at laBt -ordered
six of them, and expects them to do
all the work for the entire city. la
case of past accidents the policemen
have had to commandeer the nearest
wagon, depending on the generosity
of the driver, as they'were not able to
offer him anything.
Literary Works Now Available.
Literature In Turkey has respondea
to the liberty that followed the revolu
tlon. Large numbers of translations
and adaptations of European scientific
and literary works and books ot a pop
ular nature aro now available.
For the Sake of Shopping.
A few women get bo much fun out o)
shopping that they really hope th
articles thoy really buy won't last a
long as tho clerk promises, so that
they can tho sooner repeat' the ex
perience. Matter o' Money.
"So my daughter referred you to
me, eh? Well, I hardly understand
It. She never consults me except In
a financial way."
"Well ah thafa Just It, sir."
Astronomers assert that there Is an-t
other system beyond Neptune, which
1b tho most distant ot all tho planets
in our system.
Other people's troubles bore a man
moro than his own.
Coffee to Postum.
Tho large army of persons wht
havo found relief from many chronlo
ailments by changing from coffee to
Postum as a dally beverage, 1b grow-!
ing each day.
It Is only a Blmple question ot try
ing It for onosolf in order to know
the joy of returning health as realized
by an Ills, young lady. She writes:
"I had boen a coffee drinker nearly
all my life and It affected, my stomach!
-r-caused insomnia and I was seldom
without a headache. I had heard,'
about Postum and how beneficial it1
was, so concluded to quit coffee and1
"I was delighted with the chance.!
I can now sleep well and seldom ever
have headache. My stomach baa got
ten strong and I can eat without suf
fering afterwards. I think my whole.,
system greatly benefited by Postum.
"My brother also suffered from
stomach trouble while he drank oof-;
fee, but now, since using Postum, hej
feels bo much better he would not go
back to coffoo for anything."
Name given by Postum Co., Battle.
Creek, Mich. Read "The Road to
Wellvllle," In pkga.
Postum comes In two forms:
Regular Postum must bo
bollod 15c and 25o packages. '
Instant Postum 1b a eolublo pow
dor. A teaspoontul dissolves quickly
In a cup of hot water and, with
cream and sugar, makes a delicious
boverage Instantly 30o and 60o tins.
The cost per cup ot both kinds la
about the samo.
"There'a Reason" for Postum.
fold by Grooera.
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