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GUARD ADWITS PLOT 'getSNo applause ' "
NEW YORK STRIKER SAY3
PUT UOMB IN THE SUQ.
FIVE OTHERS ARE HELD
Captain of Detectives Declares He Han
Information That the Funds for
Many Outrages Came From the Car
New Viii k, .Nov. O..fiiiui's Merlin.
n subway pint l mi strike, confessed
to tln police on l'il(lii (lint ln 'i' I olT i
1ln ImiiiiIi Unit wiecked the I.oiion uvo
Mic subway station on tho innrnliiK
til U0nlier -.1.
"I nilil wlllnuly tflw' up my life,",
li.i ..il.l "f..n ll,.. I.., I.., Ill ..r ilium!
IV r-IIIH. l' I. II III 111 III 'I. """
MorkliiKiiien. No one else Is In hhimo
for tlii plot."
Morna's fill her Is u inotoiiniiii on
Three associates of .Meiim linve con
fessed they were lllipllenteil In tin1 plot
Unit resulted In the destruction of the
I.enov iiVemie station, mill thnt tho.v
ilotleil to eiitise explosions In the
Times Sipiuro subway Million and the'
rirt.v nlnih street station nl Columbus
Circle. These exploits were to have
been iiuiile on I'rldny, they said.
One of the men confessing to UiIh
plot Is .Michael .1. Ilerllhy, tveiil, one
yen I'M old. an elevated KWird 'l Unnii
cltil seerelnry of n cnrnieii's local.
In nil I he confessions the men pio
tested they nieiuit no hiirm to liiiniiiti
life nml hud set oil' the d.vniiuillo
hnri:e to iiinko a "ileiiioiistratlon."
Flvo of thu six men arrested are
(illlcliilti of the Anuilj.'iinintoil t'nlon of
.Street and Kleetrle Ualhvny Km
ployccK. Thu sixth Is a ehaulTeiir. The
iintlmial association of this union has
repudiated the plotters and condemned
After the arrests Captain Tiinnoy
of the detective, bureau Issued this
"Wo have evidence that the funds
fiiinncliii: this explosion, and other con
templated explosions enme ft out the
GERMAN SHIPS IN SEA RAID
Small Naval Vessels Capture Two
Steamers on Trade Routes Be
tween Holland and Thames,
Iterlln, Nov. (I. A raid was made hy
(eriium naval small craft on the ship
ping route between the mouth of the
Thames and Holland on Wednesday
nielli, the adiiilriilty anuounced on Fri
day. .Soxeral steumer.s were slopped nod
Fcnrehed and two of them wereliniiiKht
Into a (iermnti port.
The raiders were frultlosslly shelled
liy four Itrltlsh .cruisers while they
"On the ulKht of NoNoinber l-'J. small
(lerman iiiimiI vessels mlwinccd from
points of support on the const or Flan
ders' UKrtlliM the trade lollies between
Die Thames and Holland." the state
ment says. "They stopped and seniehed
several steamers and bioimht two of
them, which woe suspicious, Into port,
A third steamer, which was onlered to
follow, has not yet arrhed.
"As thej wire tiirnlnc. .ome of our
'orpedo bouts weie shelled for u lulef
time without success by four Milllsb
crulseis. iiiir- miMil foiees all re
CALLS RUSS DRIVE A FAILURE
Berlin Declares Offensive on Eastern
Front Did Not Aid the Rou-
llerlin, Nov. I!- No success what
ever was obtained by the Itussians In
their recent detei mined attiiiK on the
eastern front, which iippniently was
launched with the purpose nf helplim
the ltoumiiiilans and inav be consid
ered the last of the iiinilllcatloiis (.r
General MrussihilT's ieat oiVense
Uiovemeiit, sajs mi (ixerseas News
Jis'ency relew of the ciuupalu'ii.
I'etroKrad. Nov. tl. Infantrj tllit Imk
continues in ('allcla and In VoIIi.miIii.
with slight successes in bmh ickIoiis
for the Russians, accordlm; to the oi
clal stnteuieiit Issued by the war olllce
AVIATOR LANDS IN NEW YORK
Carlstrom Files From Chicago
Gotham In ElQht Hours and
New York, Nov. 0. .Winter Carl
Mrom, llyliiK from Chlcapi to New
York, arrived at (Sowrnor's island at
8:55 n. in. on Friday, lie had been In
the air 8 bourn and 117 minutes, inaklui;
two Ktops en route, one at Krle, Pa.,
fintl the otlmr ut llamiiioudsport, N. Y.
The dlstanct covered was nppinmute
Jy ll"r miles, which fches him an iner
jis'e of Hit mlle.s an hour.
9,000 to Chase Villa.
WnshliiKton, Nov. 0. Nine thousand
(.'nrnuizlMtits uie to ho concentrated at
Jlinlin , MeN., to e.Merinlnnte Villa
font's, Mexican Ambassador Arredon
do announced on receipt of a dispatch
from Consul Ourtla of Kl l'aso, Te.
Vlllistas to De Shot.
Kl Paso, Tex., Nov. U. lien. lYanels
co (iiin.nles, mllltnry eoniuiander In
Juarez, announced that Colonel tiarcia
mid cIkIu Villa men brought to Juarez
vlth hlui would ho shut unless they
wore ordered bent to Chihuahua City.
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ROADS ARE BLAMED
CARRIERS HELD RESPONSIBLE
FOR COAL PRICES.
Filed in U. S. Court to Have
Cars Returned to Home
I'hlniK". Nov. it. Two suits were
llled in the United .States district
coin t here on Wednesday which may
result In the InereiisliiK or lowering
of the price of coal to the consumer.
The llllni.' of the suits icxcnls a ship
pers' and farriers' war.
The defendants In both suits are
the Atchison, Topckn & Santa I'e and
Ml other railroad companies, and
The plalnillls In one suit lire the
'Union Coal company and ten other
coal companies, and In the other the
Ayrdale Coal (ompau ami 111 other
The Clinton suit is a hill in equity
for an Injunction leipililnj; the return
of local cars to the Chicago & Kastern
Illinois railroad lor serl f mines
hIoiik the road. The A.rdale suit Is
similar, except that It asks the return
of ears in the tails ul the Chicago,
Terre Haute Southern inllway. Moth
bills are identical except for Ihe
The bills s,.( up thai the defendant
rallioad lompaiilcs bae failed and re
fused to return il cars to the proper
lines; thai cars line been w tunefully
dheried and misused ami confiscated,
and asks that a resiralnlni: order he
iluniedliilel.v Issued, lollowed by a pre
lliuluni Injuuciliiu iiKiiiust the roads.
VILUSTAS KILL 29 ON TRAIN
Carranzn Soldiers Acting as Guard Are
Executed Pnsscnncrs Lined
Up and Robbed.
I'blhiinbim fltj. Mo., Nov. .- Vll
listas who held Up lUld looted a pus
sencer train from .lunrez, at Lauiina.
."() miles not th ot here, took off ami
executed 'JO ('arrana soldiers who
were a tint: ns a Kiiard for the train.
The passengers weie lined up outsM,.
of the loaches and robbed and tin'
1 1 tt In was tooled of all supplies which
It carried. All imsseimeis were com
pelled in strip h the bandits, who car
ded iiwa all tlo'lr ilothlm:. The pas
seiiKcis i i.i') illicit a number of women.
JURY ACQUITS JOHN COPELAND
Reports After Deliberating for Elrjhty.
four Hours Was Accused of Slay-
inn Anti-Catholic Lectuior.
linlw'ston. Tex., No. it. ,lohu Cope
land. hunted with the killing' of Wil
liam llhnk. an aiiti-Catholie lectuier.
Mls found not Kiillty by a Jury In the
dlstrlit court beie on Wednesday. The
Jury rcorted after dellberatiiiK M
hours. Ulaek was killed at .Marshall.
Tex.. February .', IPI.V Itlack was
killed In ii hotel at Marshall while
Copeland, who was hank cashier of
that place, and other men were cnlllnj;
on hint la Ids room to cease his lec
tures in Marshall.
Three Die, Two Hurt In Fire.
I'hihiilolphla. No. I.-Thii women
and p limit weie killed in a lire which
destiojcd the thlid Hour o an apart
ment bulbllm; here. The dead are:
Charles Mcenev, Ids mother, and .Mrs.
Aeroplanes Fly to Bucharest,
r.iieharest, Nov. I. Fhe aeroplanes
have Just in rived here from the allied
base on the Isle of Iiuhrcs to protect
the city from Commit air raiders. The
nllleil inlntors tlew all the way across
U-BOAT REACHES U. S,
DEUTSCHLAND AT NEW HAtN
ON ITS SECOND VOYAGE.
Left Bremen on October 10 Captlln
Koenig Says Trip Without Spe-
clal Interest A
New London, Conn., Nov. 'J.
The (iermaii comuieiclal submurl3
Iieiitschlaiiil arrhed at this port ouijy
Captain Koenig. said the Heutschluntl
left Itremt'ii 011 October 10 ami implo
the trip here without special Inchleit.
The entire crew comprises U." nu'ii.
The Mciilschland appeared In the outer
haihor shortly after midnight and pin
ceeded to the dock of (he Fastern For
Preparations for the reception of
(he Bremen were not made at Nor
folk or Baltimore, but at New Lon
don, Conn. There a special protect
ing nrnuiKciuent was built for tho
dher preparations that .seemed aln
until the Deiiisehland arrived tonight.
The steamer Wlllehad, 11 North Cier
man Lloyd liner tied up in Boston
haihor, left Its' berth there and went
to New London to help prepare for
the icceptlon of the L'-hout and also
lo act as a shield for the little ves
sel. The Deiitsehlaml sailed from Amer
ica Aupist '1 and lis arrival In Bre
men was announced August "JJI.
BANDITS ROB BANK OF $10,000
Private Institution at Braidwood, III.,
Held Up by Six Men in an Auto
Cut Wires Into Town.
Braidwood. Ilk. Nov. !. A high
powered racing automobile Hashed out
of the dtitkiicss Into this town on
Wednesday night and before the In
habitants could be aroused sK auto
mobile bandits cut all telephone and
telegraph wires, blew open the vaults
of a bank and escaped with loot val
ued at .SlO.iNH).. The bank was a pri
vate Institution owned by W. II. odell
Mrs. Fiiiuia llliues was awakened by
ihe explosion, hut was frustrated In
her attempt to arouse the residents by
the culling of the telephone wires.
THIRTY LOST ON ANGHELIKI
Berlin Gives Version of Sinking 01
Greek Ship by German
Berlin (by wireless to Sayvllle, L.
I.). Nov. '-'. Thirty men drowned
when the Creek steamer Anghellkl
was sunk by a (ierinan submarine
seven and one-half miles off Piraeus
last week, according to an Athens dis
patch to the Overseas News agency.
The steamer was bound for Saloulkl
with :tiK) volunteers for the Venlzellst
army on board.
IHspatches from Athens announced
the sinking of the Anghellkl. giving
the number of recruits nn board au
.'1.10. of whom fii) were snld to liuvo
"Tank" Cars for Border.
San Antonio, Tow, Nov. (1. A cater
pillar tractor of the same make that
has been adopted by the British for
their "tanks," or armored cars, will
he placed In the Big Bend district t
solve the transportation problem.
Take Alleged Blackmailer.
New York, Nov, (I. Another alleged
member of the gang of blackmailers,
Ccorgo Hush, was taken Into custody
on tho complaint of J. J, Klein, a Bui
tlipore hanker, who accused him of ox
, NEBRASKA, CHIEF
5IATE FUNDS DROP
NEARLY $1,000,000 LESS THAN IN
SCORES ROADSFOR SHORTAGE
Items of General Interest Gathered
From Reliable Sources Around
the State House.
Western New.patr Union News Sirvlc.
Klato Treasurer (JeorKf! K. IIuII'h re
port for the month of October shows
that the tolul balance In the slate
treasury Ih $l.H7:i,iyi, a decrcuBo of
nearly -11,000,000 ulnco July. In July
the amount on hnnd wbb $12,309,786, or
$!ir.,8!lG more than at the pronrnt
time. Ah there Is little coming Into
tho state treamiry In the fall It will be
some time before II will bo known
whether or not the funds In tho troas
my will he Hiilllclent to keep state
warrants nt par.
Mr Hull believes ho nn got
thioiifjh the year without registering
warrants for lack of funds with which
to pay. When fundH available are not
Htiluelenl to cash wananls thev aio
oglHtored and draw 4 nor ii-m inim-.
est Often when thoro Is not Hiilll
clent In fie general fund to pay war
runts, other statu funds. Including 01I11
entlonal funds. If there are any on
bund, are used to purchase warrants
and the Interest on such w,u ranis
then goes to the state, being cieditd
to the particular fund used to make
At present, there Is $H22.ftfi In the
geneiHl fund. The amount of cash de
posited In banks Is $1,157,830. The
fllato treasurer Is carrying as cash
$100,000 of university wananls, $0.
000 of state normal school wimants
and $8,H00 of state aid bridge funds
wannnts. The amount of state funds
now Invested In Interest bonrlng
bonds Is $9.8ti4,G48, which Is a llltlo
less than usual
Slnto Auditor Smith has completed
n compilation of the amount of state
warrants IhsiioiI In October. It shows
tlmt the state spent $394,399.98. For
tho entire ten months of this year the
expenditures of tho state aggregated
$4,407,902 07. Tho expenditures dur
ing tho first ten months last year,
which Included tho tost of a legisla
tive session, was $4,549,105 56.
Scores Railroads for Shortage
I;i support of his statement before
the state railway commission that rail
road companies do not Increase the
number of box cars In proportion to
the Increase in the volumo of business
from year to year. J. Shorthlll of
York, secretary of the Nebraska co
operative grain and live stock asso
ciation, has submitted a tabulation
taken from annual reports of railroads
filed with the Interstate commorco
commission. Ho charged that tho pres
ent car shortnge Is duo to n groat sx
tent to tho lack of sufficient box cars
to caro for an Increasing business.
The figures ho gavo were for tho years
1912 to and Including 1915 Only two
reports cited by him Included tho year
1910. He snid some compnulos pur
chased a considerable number of now
cars In 1915, but the Increase does not
appear to be governed bv any system
atic method, while tho number of cars
retired from Horvlce appears to be
more tegular and unifnim. He alleged
the tabulations show that the tonnni'o
capacity of the roads in most In
stances hail actually been diminished.
Must File Duplicate Frclfjht Charges
On the prospect that the state of No
hraska might ultimately win Its litiga
tion with the railroad companies In
rolving class freight rntes the state
railway commission is dliecllng all of
tho seven Hues doing au Intrastate
business in Nebraska to die every
month duplicate copies of all freight
bills that they have Issued In the pre
ceding month, on shipments from Job
The older also directs the railroads
to stamp each freight bill with an In
scription showing Hint the charges
were paid under protest.
Should the unexpected happen and
the state succeed in rostoilng the rates
which were recently knocked out. It Is
expected thin will aid shippers in get
The railroad companies have 'not yet
slgnilled whether or not they will obey
Nebraska's Alfalfa Crop.
Although 03.068 less acres of alfalfa
were harvested In 1910, as compared
with the preceding year, and Nebraska
farmers raised 076,133 less tons of al
falfa, tho nop was worth nearly as
much as in 1915, nccordlng to a report
by Soctetary Mellor of tho state board
of agriculture. Thoro were 1,127,042
acres of alfalfa In the state In 1916.
yielding an averago of threo tons per
aero. Tho total yield In Nebruska Is
estimated at 3,412,4CG tons, which, at
$7 u ton, Is valued nt $23,8S7 255.
Rather than have a child born of a
convict mother behind prison bars and
In order thnt tho mother might receive
propor attention, Mrs Gertrude
fichauo, a prisoner of tho penitentiary,
was transferred to tho state Industrial
homo nt Mllford upon an order ot the
board of control. The niothor was re
ceived at tho penitentiary seven
mouths ngo from Omaha on a charge
of Issuing no-fund checks. Tho child,
a daughter, was born, and will bo
rarod for at tho Industrial home, while
tho niothor will be sent back to the
Dairy Judging Team Scores Victory at
The Nebraska dairy Judging team
proved to eighteen leading agrlcul
, tural colleges of tho United Statet
wiai mo uornnusKcr uoys Knew more
about Judging dairy cattle than the
fifty-one student Judges from the other
colleges. Fiom the national dairy
show at Springfield, Mnss., the team
brought back a victory, the best of Its
kind In tho history of tho university,
Tho places won were first placo for
tho team, llrst team In Holstcins and
second team In Jerseys and Ayrshlres,
llrst and fourth man In the contest,
and llrst man In Holstcins and Ayr
shlres. The three men composing the team
arc pioducts of Nehraska farms, all
having been raised In this state. W. K.
Roberts won first place in tho ton
test, which gives him the $400 scholar
ship offered by the IleLaval Separator
company. This scholarship Is to bo
used In graduate vvoik in any accred
ited college In the I'nlted Statos. Mr
Robot ts also won first place In
llolstelns and Ayrshlres A $400
scholarship, given by the Holsteln
Breeders' association for IiIrIi man In
their breed, had to be forfeited to sec
ond man. Mr. Roberts halls from
O'Neill, and has been a dairyman Bine
childhood. We Is woiklng his way
through the university, and Is a very
good example of a man who Is apply
Ing science with practice. Mr (' It
Hinder won fottilh place among the
live high men He Is also a dairy
man of wide practiral experience His
homo Is In Kearney, Neb. Mr. C. C
Vasey of Llbertv, the third man on tho
team, proved good support for his col
leagues. Bank Will Get Charter
A peremptory writ nf mandamus ro
quiring the stale bunking board to Is
sue a charter to the Central State
bauk. of Omaha, was Issued by Judge
W. II. Westover. In the district court
of Lancaster county, Thursday after
noon. Tho case will be carried to the su
In reviewing the case tho court held
that tho board had acted In withhold
ing tho charter without giving the ap
plicants a chance to bo heard in refu
tation of complaints the board might
have against them.
All tho 'hoard can do, the court ruled,
is to ndopt rules In conformity to the
statutes, without arbitrarily declining
to Issue a charter. In this case, ac
cording to the opinion of the court, the
board, In Its anxiety to protoct the
guaranty fund, had attempted to legis
late. Application Carefully Scrutinized
(lovernor Morehead. testifying as a
member of tho state banking board
In district court, declared he had ut no
time disciiHsed tho Issuing of a char
tor to tho Central Slate bank of Om
aha. and furthor that all proceedings
leading up to tho rojectlon of the ap
plication for a charter had bcon reg
ular. Tho bank is seeking to man
damus tho board to grant the chnrtor.
Tho governor stated that the board
was scrutlnlnzlriR carefully all applica
tions for charters, and that it was an
noyed by parties running banks whoso
only methods of getting deposits was
by m:ns of tho state bank guaranty
depository law. Tho bord was getting
alarmed at the number of state banks
being organized, ho said.
In his judgment, ho said, fomn
means of regulation was needed In
order to protect tho gunrontv fund.
There had boon a very material In
crease in deposits, ho said, since the
law was passed. ,
Will Not Play Post-Season Game
Tho University of Nebraska will not
accept any offer to play a post-season
football gamo. with an eastern or any
other team, according to Athletic Dl
rei lor Heed In refusing a proposal
made by Walter E. Hapgooil, businoss
manager of tho Boston Braves. Hap
good proposed that Nebraska play Do
comber 2 on Braves' Field, Boston,
Tufts, Brown or Dartmouth. Heed re
plied that Missouri Valley rulea for bid
more than eight games a year, No
braska's schedule being full, and also
forbid games on other than tollego
field. As far ns Nebraska Is con
cerned, tills ends all talk of inter-sec
tional, post-season games.
Tbreo cases of infant llo paralvsls
iinvo he.n reported from Wnlthlll to
the unto health inspector's ofllco. Ono
of them Is In tho town and two arc In
the surrounding country.
In en address to the 100 members
of Prof. M. M. Fogg's men's writing
course and to tho Lincoln newspaper
tuon Henry J. Allen, editor of the
Wichita, Kns., noacon. advocated a
school of Journalism for Nebraska university-broad
and thorough training
for the futuro newspaper editor. The
editor Is more Influential than the
preacher or the teacher, ho declared.
"I am a very great friend of tho pro
position of college Journalistic schools
because in my experience as a pub
lisher I have found nothing so hadlv
needed as Intelligence."
Adjutant General P. L. Hal) of the
state national guard, was In a rail
road wreck In Texas Sunday, but es
caped unhurt General Hall had been
visiting tho Nebraska troops on tho
Texas border and was on his way
homo. Governor Morehead receivod
n telegram stating that a special train
on which ho was riding, was wrecked
near Lancaster. Tex. The car In which
ho wns seated and ono other car turn
ed over. Twelve persons were hurt,
hut none seriously. Genoral Hall said
ho was uninjured. The cause of tho
wreck was not itatcd In the telegram.
Strong Drinks Irritate
Strong drinks Hl.e beer, whiskey,
tea and coffee, Irritate the kidneys
and habitual use tends to weaken
thorn. Dally backache, with head
ache, nervousness, dizzy spells and
a rheumatic condition should ho
taken as a warning of kidney trou
ble. Cut out, or at least moderate,
tho stimulant, and use Ponn's Kid
ney Pills. They are flno for weak
kidneys. Thousands recommend
A Nebraska Case
C. C. Ucmpsey, 403
IX First St.. Urnnil
Island, Ncli., savs:
"i nnu Kinney troll
Mo for years with
iniluinamiloa uf tho
Madder, My buck
rmlncil am severely
and the kidney se
cretions vvero scan
ty I tried i-everal
medicine, but ot
little relief until 1
fnf.ll tlo.in'M Klilnpv
I 'Ills. The results were MitlHfuctory In
every way tind I have had no return
of the trouble for a long lime."
Get Doan't ! Any Stora, BOc Bos
FOSTERMILBURN CO- BUFFALO. N. Y.
SULPH0 SALINE SPRINGS
Located on our own premises
and used In tho
Natural Mineral Water Baths
Uu surpassed In tho treatment of
Heart, Stomach, Kidney nud
Moderate chorees. Address
DR. O. W. EVERETT, Mqr.
t4lhandMSfi. Lincoln, Nab.
ANY INDUSTRIOUS MAN
may dflTot hl tluio to good advantage telling low
priced tlrei TbeCWKatnTlrpbuilnMalsamuner
maker, 3Ui3 non-nild ridings, I4BJ Other altea In
proportion Kiiiallraullul ri-uulrnj. For full partlo
olari wrltu .r. JIMS', m iir.iJ"i;,inT luki mr
Ingtun.l C. Huotn X ree. Illsb-
:TilHMl !,.' afcr
AtoIiI operation!. I'ohUItk Liver A Hlomaen remedy
(An (MI)-l(eiultA anrns home, rerm-dr. Write lodaj.
W. N. U., LINCOLN, NO. 46-1916.
HAD ALL SHE 1C0ULDSTAND
Despite Possible Proposal, "Yountf
Old Maid" Was Unable to Put
Up With Bore.
lole Is 11 new and charming corre
spondent win describes herself as "n
rather .vuiim,' old miilil In whom tho
oilier desire for matrimony Is almost
overbalanced by nn unfortunate koiiso
of the ridleiilnuiio-s of till masculine
belli;.-." I lor letter relating some re
cent experiences with male boru3 11111J
znnlos Is too loni; to reproduce. Wc
print this brief ovcerpt :
"He talked of socialism from 8:'!0 lo
'.i:::o. of tho wur trniii then till 10::t0r
of llernard Shaw and how ho Is dif
ferent troin Chesterton till 11 :.'iO iiruJ
thou of psychic therapeutics.
"'I am, you know,' lie Interjected,
'connected with tho Kmninniiel move
ment.' " 'You Mirpri-e me.' I murmured.
"'Why .should oii be surprjsed that
I 11m IntPi't'Ktcd In so uhsurhliiK a sub
ject?' ho ileiiianded. And I'm iifralc
I Klaneed at tho clock as 1 an
swered: " 'I didn't Imncine you could bo con
nected with any sort of a-or-niove-tLont!'
'lint Isn't It too bad? I think ho
.viiuld have proposed If I'd let hln
nlk for another hour or so!"
Occasionally we hear of a man who
tunntiKoil to make j.'ood by following
:ho advice of his wife.
To avoid erltlcKm say notliltiK evil
about your nelL'hborx.
The custom of placing
Grape-Nuts on the table
at all meals is growing in
Both children and
grown - ups help them
selves to this delicious
food as often as they like.
It contains the entire nutri
ment of wheat and barley,
digests quickly, and is
Every table should have
its daily ration of
"There's a Reason"
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