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M A MILK FAMINE
DAIRYMEN IN BERLIN CLAIM
MARKET IN DANGER.
PROSPECTS OF RECORD CROP I
Nation's Wheat Yield Thla Year May
Reach 900,000,000 Bushels
Western Newspaper Union News Service.
Merlin, Ilorlln milk dealers, who
are fearful thnt there may bo a milk
famine, huvo appoalcd to the board of
trade of tho capital to induco tho nil
thorltlt'H to Rtart action against farm
era who, It l chilmod, have failed to
live Dp to prico agreements. The deal
era maintain that tho farmers annu
ally feed billions of liters of flklmmcd
milk to thplr hogs, at a loos of 1G0.000
liters of albumen a year. They ask
that their use of skimmed milk bo re
trlctcd, and that freight rates for tho
transportation of tho milk bo reduced
by one-half. The authorities arc
asked to "remind" tho farmers thai
they muat llvo up to their previous
agreements with tho Derlln dealers.
If tho officials do not stop in, tho
dealers believe, tho present shortngo
of milk will develop Into n milk
Hold Out No Hope.
Washington. Hear Admiral Moore
at Honolulu has cabled the navy de
partment that the missing submarine
F-4, which sunk In tho harbor at that
port Thursday, had bepn located in
iity fathoms of water. Ho gavo no
details. Hope for tho lives of tho
twenty-ono men on board tho subma
rine practically was abandoned by
naval officers hero on receipt of this
news. Tho F-4 was designed to resist
water pressure at a dopth of approxi
mately fifty fathoms, or 300 feet, but
It was believed that It would bo Impos
sible for her to romnln nt such a
dopth for any length of tlmo with
PROSPECT OF RECORD CROP.
Wheat Fields of Nation May Yield
Chicago. Every present Indication
points to ovory wheat crop record In
tho history of the country being
broken for 1015. However, according
to B. W. Snow, chief statistical expert
for Dartlett Frazlor and company, it
would bo mere guess work now to at
tempt to estimate tho 191G grain crop
In bushels. Thoro Is a possibility, ho
declared, fori a crop of 900,000,000
bushels, but bcrauso no ono can tell
what tho weather nctuallv will lm un.
itll tho crop Is out, It would not be
surprising If tho yield ran as low as
May Be Many In Bread Line.
London. Before tho next harvest
I.G00.000 Belgians probably will bo in
the bread line, In tho opinion of Emlle
Francqul, president of tho national re
fllef commlttoe of Brussels. M. Franc
iqul, who has Just arrived in London to
(confer with the American commission
for tho relief of Belgium, said that
notwithstanding tho Increasing num
ber of dependent persons thero wns
now no starvation in Belgium. Food
stuffs, nevertheless, must bo provided.
Doubt Regarding Japanese Election.
Washington. Scrutiny of tho result
of tho Japanese elections affords llttlo
satisfaction to olllclala here. Tho ad
ministration hoped the peaco party
would win decisively. Instead, tho In
dependents, who voted down tho Oku
ma cabinet's tentative military plans.
will increase theTr representation in
tho diet from twolvo to forty. It will
bo some tlmo before It will ho known
whether thoy will support Count Oku
aa In increasing tho army and navy.
Yaquls Run Wild.
Honnoslllo, Mex. Fighting, riot and
executions aro marking tho native
Vaqul Indians' control of tho state cap
Ital. Governor Mnytorena Is still held
prisoner In tho state palace, where ho
was placed by tho rebellious Indians.
Efforts to nrouso other Indians In
nearby territory continues, with run
ners visiting the settlements.
Disaster to American Submarine.
Honolulu. Tho American subma
rine F-4, which wns submerged at 9:1C
a. m. Thursday two miles off Honolulu
harbor, and had not reappeared at
nightfall, was reported to havo been
located lying at a depth of 120 fath
oms. Attompts to bring tho vessel to
tho surface with grappling hooks
failed. No signal bells hnd been heard
from tho submerged craft and this fact
led to fenrs that tho submarine's tanks
hnd buret, suffocating tho crow with
Hulphurio acid fumes.
Women to Take Men's Places.
Rome A movement Is under wuy In
Italy to substltuto women for men In
itho work of Industry nnd commorco In
case of complete mobilization. It is
proposed thnt tho women be paid tho
saina wages ns now received by mnlo
workers with tho provision that part
of It bo turned over to the families of
men called to tho colors. Tho plan
provides that tho female workors shall
surrender their posts to tho soldiers
when thoy are disbanded.
TAKING THE JOY
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NO PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY
TYPHUS EPIDEMIC IN SERBIA IS
LIKELY TO SPREAD.
Subject Must Be Left Entirely With
the States Reparation Asked
for Insult to
Western Newspaper Union News Service
Washington. Heroism of American
Red Cross doctors and nurses in tho
plaguu-strlckcn districts of Serbia aro
graphically described In reports to
headquarters of tho American Red
Cross. Ono roport tells of tho Inspir
ing and blood-tlngllng heroism of a
corps of American women and men
who havo boon facing the ugly coun
tenance of death every day that they
havo been In service In the Gevgolia
country, as well of certain additional
Red Cross surgeons and nurses who,
forewarned and fully advised about
tno stato of affairs in that section, vol
untecred to go to tho rescue of their
fellow Americans nnd nro now on
their way there, nftor having arranged
their personal nffalrs as though pre
paring for certain death.
Asking for Reparation.
Washington. How tho American
flag which was flying over the homo of
John B. McMnnus, a citizen of tho
United States In Mexico City, was
"torn and dragged half way down tho
pole" by Zapata soldiers when thoy
murdered McMnnus and looted the
hoiiBO two weeks ago Is told In dis
patches from the Brazilian minister
Just made public by Secretary Bryan,
wno saiu reparation for the Insult of
tho flag hnd been nsked for from Za
pata authorities, but that so far no
reply had come.
NO PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY.
Senator Pomerene Finds Congress
Cannot Enact Law.
Washington. Senator Pomerene of
Ohio, who has been one of tho nctive
advocates of prompt passage of a pres
idential primary hill In order thnt the
candidates in 191C might bo chosen
under It, announces that ho hus
reached tho conclusion, "with very
great regret," that congress has no
power to provido for a presidential pri
mary and that tho constitution must
bo amended or tho subloct left nnH.
ly to the states. Senator Pomereno
hns 5cusscd the subject several
times recently with President Wilson,
who advocated a presidential primnry
law In his first annual message to
Medal for Oldest Editor.
Omaha. Tho tentative program for
tho three day session of the Nebraska
Press association, to bo held hero
April 19. 20 and 21. has been an
nounced by c. C. Johns of Grand
Islnnd. secrotnry. Tho first afternoon
will bo called tho pioneers' Bestilon. It
will consist of talks on pioneer news
paper making In Nebraska by a score
or moro of tho old editors. A medal
will bo awarded to tho oldest editor
or publisher In tho stato.
Demanding Bread or Peace.
London. A dispatch from Copen
hagen to Itouter's Telegram company
"Ited posters Inscribed 'hrnn.i ,.
peace' aro continually appearing In
towns In tho province or Schleswlg
Holato n nnd Hamburg nnd Leubeck
according to n folegrnm from Woyens
on the German frontier, published In
the newspapers of the Danish capital
Tho police remove tho plncnrds but
they havo not succeeded n arresting
nny of tho persons responsible for
Christians Slain In Persia.
Now York.-ltoports of plundering
and murdering of ciirlstlutiB in north
ern Persia wero contained in a cable
gram from TKlls, Transcaucasia ro
ceived by the Persian war relief com
nilttee with headquartors In this city
Tho cablegram said:
"All villages burned except threo
Two Christian quarters nt Urimilah
plundered and a great many people
killed. Women taken captives. Kif
teen thousand refugees In tho Amcrl
can mission. Great danger."
MEXICAN BORDER TOWN SCENE
OF IMPENDING BATTLE.
One of Chief Causes of Surrender of
Przemysl British Air Raid
on German Subma
Western Newspaper Union News Service
Washington. Reports to tho Btato
department and to thu Mexican agen
cies hero tell of un impending battle
for possession of Matamorns, ho port
across tho Rio Grande from Browns
viHu, Tex., which apparently is to bo
the scene of Iho first real light of the
Villa campaign against tho east coast
of Mexico. Somo of the dispatches
indicated that skirmishes already had
taken place. According to a state
ment issued by tho Carranza agency,
tho citizens of Matamoras, at a pub
lic mass meeting determined to organ
ize to support General Nafarrote, thu
Carranza governor, who was said to
have a garrison of 3,000 men en
trenched and provided with artillery
and machine guns. Generals Castro
and Do Lara were said to be on the
way with reinforcements.
Attack German Submarine Works.
London. A British air raid on Ho
boken, near Antwerp, where tho Ger
mans aro constructing submarines;
another threatened effort by tho Ger
mans in Flanders, nnd heavy lighting
In tho Carpathians are tho outstanding
features of the latest war news. Flvo
British airmen starting from Dunkirk
took part In tho raid on tho submn
rlno yards, but only two of them
reached tho mark. Two wore obliged
to turn back owing to the thick
weather, nnd a third was compelled to
land In Holland becauso of engine
trouble, nnd was Interned.
STARVATION WAS IMPENDING.
One of Chief Causes of Surrender of
Potrograd. The lack of offlclal de
tails front Przemysl Is said to bo duo
to tho heavy snow storm that pre
vailed and which broke down tho tele
graph lines. It is reported, however,
that nearly a quarter of tho garrison
had suffered with typhoid and scurvy.
Although tho rations wero growing
more nnd moro limited, none hut
few of tho higher officers, up to the
end or Janunry, knew that actual star
vation was impending. Tho real con
dition of affairs was learned by tho
troops when an aviator, who wns
starting with messages from Vlonnn,
wns shot down by tho Itusslnns nnd
fell within tho defenders' line. After
thnt thero was much grumbling in tho
garrison nnd almost a mutiny. Somo
or tho Austrians slipped through tho
lines nt nignt and surrendered to tho
Tho Investing Russinn forces In
creased tho Intensity of their bom
bnrdment and strain on tho defenders
began to tell moro rapidly during
Februnry. Many wero rendered in
sane from privations and disease. Tho
denth list was very high.
To Utilize Wood Waste.
Merrill, Wis. Tho Northern Wood
Products company hns been organized,
with Clinton It. Leo or Lincoln, Nob.!
aB president, to make extensivo uso of
tho former wasto products of tho north
ern woods sawmills by converting tho
slabs Into broom handles and other
such articles. Tho company as Its first
stop has purchased tho plant and busi
ness or tho Leo Hnndlo and Dowel
company, and will add to this lino or
work by utilizing wasto ror small
To Look Intg Conditions. .
Chicago. Working conditions or
slcoplng car portors and conductors
will bo tho first or soveral subjects to
bo considered by tho United States
commission on Industrial relations at
a honrlng to begin In Chicago April ft
It Is announced. Othor subjects to bo
considered will bo tho relations be
tween commercial telegraph oniployors
and their operators and the strike or
shopmen on tho Harrlman system or
railroads. A glance will bo taken also
at conditions in tho Union stock yards
in this city.
CALLED 10 COLORS
COST OF FEEDING BELGIANS
Have Delivered Foodstuffs to Value of
$20,000,000 Villa Forces
Threaten to Shell
Western Newspaper Vnlon News Service
Rome. All tho Alpine troops of the
first category, born in 1881!, havo been
called to the colors by tho Italian wat
department for forty-flvo days.
The official military Journal nlsc
calls to the colors all artillery and
engineer reserve officers for sixty
dnys from April 1(5.
Tho Alpine troops nro frontier
forces organized especially to defend
tho mountain passes leading Into Italy.
This force consists of eight regiments
(twenty-eight battalions) of Atplno in
fuutry and two regiments of thirty-six
mountnln batteries. In addition to
these there aro two regiments of heavy
artillery of ten batteries each, ono reg
iment of horse artillery of eight bat
teries and ten regiments of fortress
To Attack Matamoras.
Brownsville, Tex. Grnve apprehen
sions were aroused among officials
hero by tho report that Villa officers
havo decided tho defenses of Mata
moras, opposite here, must bo reduced
presumably by artillery. The proba
bility of artillery Bhells falling In
Brownsville was indicated by the
wounding of two persons In the resi
dence section here Snturdny by stray
rifle bullets, during the first assault on
Mntamoras trenches. This assault
was a costly failure for the Villa
forces. In which their losses were of
ficially given as 100 killed and 400
wounded Tho Carranza losses were
ten killed and forty-flvo wounded.
COST OF FEEDING BELGIANS.
Foodstuffs to Value of Twenty
lions Already Delivered.
London. A financial report issued
by tho American commission for relief
In Belgium shows that foodstuffs of a
total value of twenty million dollars
havo been delivered In Belgium since
tho Inception of tho commission's
work. Nineteen million dollars' worth
or rood is now on the way to the
stricken country or is stored for future ,
shipment. Of the grand total, $8.G00,
000 was provided by benevolent contrl
butlona, either food or cash, and tho
balanco of $30.."00,000 wns provided by
banking arrangements set up by the
Must Put to Sea or Be Interned.
Washington. The German com
merce destroyer Prlnz Eltel Fried
rich will be Interned at Newport News
by order or the Washington govern
ment within a few days, according to
opinions expressed hero In official
quarters. No one In authority, how
ever, would discuss the Bhlp status.
There is llttlo doubt that a time limit
for tho making of repairs to tho Kitel
hns been set by the government, and
that the time limit is close to exhaus
tion. When tho period Granted shall
expire Commander Thlerlchens of the I
Eltel will be formally nntilled that ho
must put to sea within twenty-four
hours or his ship nnd crow will be in
terned for the war.
Appropriations Will Be Lower.
Lincoln, Neb. It Is reasonably cer
tain that tho appropriations at this
session or tho legislnturo will bo less
than the totnl or $8,100,000 two years
ago. How much the 1015 aggregate
will rail below that figure Is only
guesswork. It all depends on how
much the senate increases appropria
tions over tho houso figures, nnd how
much or the Increaso can bo mndo to
"stick" In tho conreronce committees.
Up to date tho houso hns passed twon-ty-flvo
appropriation bills tor n total or
$4,442,000, or which seven havo passed
tho senate and been Blgned by tho gov
ornor, carrying $328,000.
Lincoln, Neb. Tho twenty-secono
annual meeting or tho Southeastern
Nebraska Educational association
camo to a closo Friday with tho olcc
tlon or officers, which resulted as fol
lows: President, Superintendent It. R.
McGeo or Syracuse; vice president,
Superintendent W. L. Craw of Falls
City; secretary, Miss Frances Chnt
hum of Tecumseh; treasurer, Harold
Mulligan or Lincoln; executive com
mittee, Superintendent McGeo, cx-or-flcio;
Superintendent J. A. Doremun
of Auburn and Superintendent S. E
Clark of Hebron.
Dope Law Not Enforced.
Omaha. "Tho'dopo law Is In effect
but not in force. If you want dope
right bad and huvo tho price, you can
got It. Theso drugs arc bolng peddled
on tho streets, and tho amount that
used to cost 15 cents now costs 50
cents. The amount that formerly cost
$1.25 nt tho drug stores now costs
$3.50 from tho peddlers." That Is tho
statement or Captnln H. H. Kllno, In
charge or tho Salvation Army Indus
trial department, who Is in consMnl
touch with dope nddlcts
BRIEF NEWS OF NEBRASKA
Auburn is to have a modern stoam
Loup City will vote for tho third Urns
on a new high school building.
Aurora G. 'A. R.'s aro making efforts
to secure Hip 191G encampment.
Uurwell will vote on Sunday ball,
and nlao the saloon proposition.
Shlckley bonrd of education will add
a twelfth grade to the schools at thut
Over 10,000 names have been Bccured
to petitions being citculated by tho
Nebraska Peaco Society.
The opera house at Broken Bow
cnught flro from an unknown source
and wns totally destroyed.
I Madison celebrated the dedication of
, her now $40,000 school building laBt
week by an Informal reception.
Fire starting in the general storo of
I C. H. Dysart, destroyed almost a block
in the business section of Union.
Hebron will cut out the time worn
flght over tho liquor question nt the
Farmers around Weeping Water are
putting In their spare time dragging
me country roads.
The Stato Laundrymen's association
will hold Its next meeting at Grand
Island In October.
Beatrice Is worrying over the pros
pect of the demotion of her postofflca
to me second class division.
Tho Hotel Rome has been designat
ed ns headquarters of the press nsso'
elation during Its meeting at Omaha.
A Carnegie library for Unlversltj
Plnce Is now assured and construction
will probably start within a few
Prof. N. A. Bongtson of the state
university has been elected a member
of tho Association of American Geog
raphers. Frank Klrkpatrlck, for twenty-five
years an employee of the Rock Island
road at Falrbury, has been retired or
Grnnd Island will hold a referendure
vote on tho question of putting $100.
000 Into the building or a new sewer
C. E. Dcdrlck. the nowly appointed
postmaster at Superior, has received
his commission and will tnke chare-
tho first of April.
Tho fortieth anniversary of tho stat
fichool for tho blind at Nebraska Citj
wns celebrated by a reception nnd pro
gram, March 19.
j Secretary Ronln of the Nebraska
I Speed association says the coming
' summer will see tho biggest races ever
known in the stato.
The legislature has nnnrnnrlntpri
$27,500 for tho erection of a building
for a permanent homo for dependent
children nt Lincoln.
Tho nineteenth reunion of tho Scot.
tlsh Rito Mnsons was hold In Lincoln
Inst week. Masons were present from
tho entire South Platte valley.
Aciam unx and wife, pioneers of No-
braska, and long tlmo residents of Lin
coin, celebrated their golden weddlnc
at their homo there last week.
Tho Woman's club of Auburn hns
arranged for a short course In domes
tic science to bo held at the Christian
church basement In that city.
Charles Klump or Callaway, died on
tho way to a hospltnl whore he was to
undergo an oporatlon tor an Injury re
sulting from a kick by a horse.
Charles Stradcr or Lincoln, has been
appointed to fill tho vacancy on the
state board or agriculture caused by
the resignation or C. H. Rudge.
Bowlers or tho stato will meet at
Lincoln. April 7 to 10. Many valuable
trophies will go to winners In the tour
nament which occurs on those dates.
Two hundred and fifty funerals In
tho last two years Is perhaps a stato
record set by Rev. J. W. Hilton, pastor
of the BtL,"C0,n Cnrllan church
Rev. W. H. Buss, who resigned tho
pastorate of tho Congregational
church at Fremont recently, has re
considered and will resume his duties.
Lincoln will establish a rock pile as
a means or protecting Itself against
tho impecunious tourists, and hoboes
who aro getting more numerous daily.
Columbus has organized a choral
society and will havo a musical festi
val the coming summer.
Tho Roseland Grain Company will
build a 20 000 bushel capacity elevator i
to care tor this years' anticipated largo
Tho Seward commercial club hns en
gaged the State Dand or Lincoln to
furnish music tor Saturday evening
concerts during tho comjng summer,
Nearly 700 teachers were registered
at tho Southeastern Nebraska con
vention at Lincoln last week making
a record breaking attendance tor that
Mrs. Julia O'Shoa dropped dead In
room at her home in Lincoln. Her
body was round somo, hours later by
nor sister who had called to pay her
Tho spring meeting or tho Presby
tery or the Nebraska City district will
be held In Tecumseh on April 12, 13
and 14. More than 100 delegates are
expected to bo In attendance.
Mrs. Phillip Stler, a sister or Fred
and J. R. Rader, prominent Fremont
merchants, with her husband, Is a
prisoner or war In Indln, where thoy
havo been tor the last twonty-flvo
years In missionary work.
Lancaster Lodgo, A. F. nnd A. M., at
Lincoln, held tho longest session In Its
history last week, work beginning at
8 a. m. and lasting until after 11 p. m.
Word has been received nt Drown-
v" of tho death or Arthur Hasklns
on bonrd tho steamship Indoro. Has
klns was a sailor and denth wns the
result or a rail.
Miss Lillian Clnbcrg, n slxtecn.yonr
old Lincoln girl, is rapidly gaining a
roputntlon as a violinist or romnrknblo
ability, her raculty or rendering tho
most difficult compositions' from mem
ory bolng considered almost marvelous.
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