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THE OilAHA DAILY BEE: SUNDAY. ATOIL 8, 1906.
IN FINE FETTLE
Tremble at Chicago Has Improved tba
Health of tbs Tirst Apostle.
CROSSES AMERICAN LINE ON WAY HOME
Talk Carrespoadeat, hat (lay He
flaa "athlaa; Ads a la.
terries Given la
LAREDO, Tx , April 7. Dowle and
Tarty arrived hrrs this morning. Uowle
and his followers, numbering five, ooru
plsd a regular rullmRn. John Lewis, a
courteous spntlt'nian, who Is Uowle's flrst
lieutenant and who has supervised all af
fairs connected with Zlon's business and
aspirations In the sister republic, looked
after revision of the baggage of the party
In Kuevo I-aredo, Mexico.
rpnn the arrival of the train at the tn
ternstlonnl bridge I'nlted States Marine
llospltnl 8uronn Dr. Hamilton, and an
immigration official, were admitted to
IViwIo's drawing room, and after the usual
riuestlnns and answers, retired.
Lewis, who was with Powlc at the time,
acted ns spokesman, and stated that the
party hnd not visited any yellow fever
Infected district and had passed through
Mexico quickly, so there was absolutely
no danger of typhus Infection.
In his response to the Immigration offi
cial, Dowle took an oath that he was an
American cltlxen. He especially emphasised
the fact that he hnd takon out his Anal
papers, by remarking: "I am an American
cltlien and I am proud of It."
Opposition Improves Health.
Dowle was Somewhat Indisposed as the
result of his Journey, but was enjoying
very good health, his trip to Jamaica and
to the shores of Lake Chapala. near Guad
alajara. Having grently benefited him.
Mr. Lewis was asked if the recent turn
of affairs In Zlon City had In any way
been detrimental to Dowlc's health. He
replied that It had not. On the contrary,
It had been beneficial. If anything, as It
had aroused his cnmbatlveness and acted
as a sort of a tonic.
Dowle was asked by the correspondent
of the Associated Press for in expression
of his views. He stated that he had
given an Interview Ih Mexico City and did
not care at present to say anything fur
ther. However, he said, he stood by the
Mexico Interview, and could neither add to
nor detract from the same.
Mr. Lea-is was asked regarding a state
ment published In Chicago yesterday that
Dowle was bringing to Zlon City tlO.000.000
gold, several scrolls of parchment upon
which were written five books of Moses,
etc. Mr. Lewis said: "I do hot care to
answer anything appearing In the Chicago
The party departed for Ban Antonio,
where they expect to lay over at least
one day In order to recover from the
fatigue of the long Journey.
Mr. Lewis was asked if reports appear
ing In several papers to the effect that he
and Dowle were Interested In mines near
Guadalajara. He refused to say anything
on the subject.
Preparlaar for the Apostle.
CHICAGO, April 7. While John Alex
ander Dowle Is traveling from Mexico to
Zlon City measures are being taken by the
officers vt Zlon church to render him ab
solutely powerless before ha can arrive
among them. It la asserted that by tho
time he reaches Zlon City the last vestige
of his authority will have disappeared ex
cept insofar as ha may restore It through
legal proceedings. Three hundred officers
of the church have signed a statement up
holding Overseer-Vollva in his fight against
the first apostle; Each member of the Zlon
City community will tomorrow be asked to
swear allegiance to the present officers of
the church and at the mass meeting which
IS' to be held in the afternoon all of the
people will be asked to put their signatures
to a document renouncing their former
leader. Together with this action. Over
seer Vollva has declared that he will an
nounce In detail the alleged misappropria
tion of Dowle of funds aggregating 12,429,
000. Dowle Short of Fisdi.
John Alexander Dowle, who up to last
Sunday, when he was deposed from the
leadership of the Zlonltes, had controlled
The Schmoller & Mueller Piano Company
have removed to their new building. 1311
and 1313 Farnam Street, and show at pres
ent the finest stock of Upright and Grand
Pianos, Pianolas and Aeollana ever exhib
ited In Omaha. It will pay the shrewd,
economical buyer to see these Instruments
before purchasing elsewhere. Our formal
opening will be announced later.
1311 and 1313 Farnam Street.
GOOD SIZE OFFICE
WITH FINE VAULT
$18.00 PER MONTH
This is conveniently located next to the ele
vator, eo that the office is a particularly desir
able one. Offices are scarce these days, so if you
wont it, don't wait till after the other fellow has
snapped it up. .
THE BEE BUILDING
Is the best known office location in Omaha. Every
body knows that The Be Building is the best
"office neighborhood" in town and you are
known by the company you keejr. The prioe in
cludes heat, electric light, water and janitor service.
Apply for offices to
R. W. Baker, Supt C. C. Rosewoter. Sec'y.
Room 41& Corner 17th and Farnam.
millions of dollars worth of rroperty. is
now said to be in need of funds. A tele
gram was received at Zlon City tonight
by Deacon Wllhlte from Fan Antonio,
Texas, ssklng him to meet Dowle In Pt.
1-ouls Monday night and to bring V with
him. The telegram was signed by Deacon
Lewis, who is traveling with Dowle from
After the request had been made by
Lewis for funds, Gladstone Dowle said that
his father has no money aside from the
Zlon property and Intimated that Dowle's
personal expenses In Mexico are being paid
out of the Mexican plantation fund.
If Dowle Is In financial straits, as the
telegram from Lewis would Indicate, he
stands little chance of receiving any great
assistance In Zlon City unless there Is a
decided change In the sentiment in his
behalf after his arrival In Illinois, as he
was repudiated tonight by a majority of
the creditors of Zlon who met in Bhlloh
temple at the call of General Overseer
Creditors Will Support Vollva.
The call for the meeting Invited all the
land holders, Investors In Zlon industries
and creditors of the place to meet In the
tabernacle and discuss what plans should
be carried out. It was responded to by
669 persons, all Zlonltes. no Chicago credi
tors of the place being In attendance.
Overseer Vollva, In addressing the meeting,
asked support In the expected struggle
with Dowle for control of Zion and the
new leader asked that all who would sup
port him In the coming contest sign a
pledge to that elTeet, which had been pre
pared. Copies of the pledge were dis
tributed throughout the hall and at the
close of the meeting the Investors were
requested to deposit them In a box. When
the meeting closed It was found that GS2
out of the CT) present had agreed to stand
with the new power snd to follow In any
steps taken against Dowle.
Dr. Domic ' Outlines Plana.
BAN ANTONIO, Tex., April 7-Dr. John
Alexander Dowle arrived In this city to
day from Mexico, accompanied by a party
of five Zionists. He will leave on the Mexico
special at noon tomorrow, going direct to
St. Louis. FYom there he will take a pri
vate car to Zlon City. Immediately upon
his arrival he will call upon the people to
gather at Bhlloh tabernacle. AH strangers
will be excluded from the city and the
tabernacle on this day. Dowle declares
that If the slightest attempt Is made to
thwart him In carrying out these plana he
will fight If necessary. He declares that he
has made arrangements with his guard to
force the tabernacle If such drastlo action
is called for. On Sunday excursions wilt
be run from the city of Chicago to Zlon
and a great meeting will be held In the
tabernacle, at which the public will be
welcome. There Dowle will tell the story
Dr. Dowle says he will arrive In Zlon
City next Tuesday, when he will call upon
his people to gather at Shlloh tabernacle
at the Wednesday night meeting and there,
behind closed doors, he will ascend the
rostrum and will show them that ho Is
still leader of all' Zlon. Just what Dr.
Dowle will say he refuses to divulge, but
that he will open the vials of his wrath
and hurl anathemas upon his accusers was
evidenced by the grim look of determina
tion that he wore as he detailed his plans.
STORY OF A SALTED GOLD MINE
Wllkesharre Grand Jury Returns
Twenty-Two Bljls Against Pro
snot ers Charging Conspiracy, .
WILKESBARRE. Pa., April 7. The
grand Jury today found true bills In
twenty-two rases against L. H. Mitchell
of Los Angeles. Cel., president of the
Joaqutna Gold Mining company, and J. D.
Shaffer, "formerly of this city, who sold
stock' of the company.
There are seven true bills charging con
spiracy to defraud against Mitchell and
Shaffer and fifteen against Mitchell char
ging false pretenses.
Sixty men of this city Invested about
$72,000 In the mine, which they now claim
was salted, and they allege that Mitchell
did this to deceive them, thus securing their
money under false pretenses.
Washington on Trial Ron.
NORFOLK. Vi, April 1 The United
States cruiser Washington, which recently
arrived In Hampton Roads from the yards
of Its builders, passed out the Virginia
capea today on a trial run.
Tel. Douglas 1625'
PANIC AMONG REACTIONISTS
Remit of Elections in Bussia Greatly
Strene-then Hands of Count Witte.
PLAIN TALK TO CZAR NICHOLAS
His Majesty Toll that aa Attempt
t Thwart the Pablle Will
Would Be a Fatal
8T. PETER9BCRQ. April 7.-A panic has
been created In government circles by the
surprising strength developed by the con
stitutional democrats In the elections, and
which may have Immediate and dramatic
consequences. The Issue between reaction
and reform, which has been hanging In the
balance, was unexpectedly precipitated by
Premier Witte. The elections have greatly
strengthened the premier's hands In his
fight against the reactionists, and he now
feels strong enough to challenge General
Trepon and Minister of the Interior Dur
novo and the center reactionary cabal.
Iss than a fortnight ago the premier
was decidedly pesslmlstlo and believed that
the majority In the lower house of Parlia
ment would be conservative and the entire
program for reform might be overthrown.
The results of the elections, however, con
vinced him that the radicals will control
the house and that an attempt to thwart
the public will as expressed by the ballot
box would be a fatal blunder on the part
of the government. It was learned from
an unimpeachable source this evening that
the premier Journeyed to Tsarskoe-8elo on
Thursday to lay this view before the
emperor and made another trip to Tsarskoe
Selo last night and was closeted with his
majesty until after midnight. The Impres
sion is abroad that the success of the
constitutional democrats will Insure the
success of the foreign loan, of which the
government Is In such- urgent need.
Kleetloas for I.orrrr House.
Tomorrow twenty-eight provincial con
ventions will meet and elect 187 members
of the lower house of Parliament. The
peasant representatives have a clear major
ity over all other classes combined. Should
the radicals make anything like the sweep
which they anticipate the emperor prob
ably will be compelled to yield to the pre
mler's advice. At any rate, he seems to
have aligned himself on the side of the
people. In effect he told the emperor that
he regarded the situation as desperate and
that the time had come to choose between
himself and Interior Minister Durnavo, and
counselled his majesty not only to accept
the result of the elections, but to anticipate
any demand on the part of the lower
house for a constitution by the Issuance of
a constitution before Parliament convenes,
and at the same time mark his change of
policy by the proclamation of general nm
nesty at Easter. The emperor Is said to
have pointed out that such a course would
make a splendid Impression.
' Fllllnar the War Chest.
The Recti today says: Kussla hopes to
get 175.000.000 from the loan the government
Is now negotiating and the government has
offered exceptional terms to the bankers In
order to conclude the negotiations before
the Russian Parliament assembles. The
radicals generally believe that if the gov
ernment succeeds In filling the war chest
with such an enormous sum It will be in a
position to snap Its fingers at Parliament.
Only by keeping the government In dire
straits do they believe It will be forced to
yield to the popular demands for reform,
Upon the request of the minister of the
Interior the council of, the emperor has In
creased the appropriation for the rural po
lice by over n.SOO.OOO. '-"- : -.-
-Editors Beat to Jail.
M. Mendelssohn, the armless and legless
editor of a local satirical paper, has been
sentenced to four months' Imprisonment.
He was one of the sights of. the Nevsky
Prospect, where he sat In a pushcart selling
M. Kamalel, the "Jail editor" of the Russ,
has also been condemned to four months
imprisonment as the result of the publlca
tion In the. Russ, February 22, of a trav
ersty of the Lenten prayers: The Russ ap
peared today under the title of "The Twen
tieth Century." but It Is believed that the
edition will be confiscated.
GENERAL STRIKE IN FRANCE
General Labor Federatloa Calls
Workmea to Demand tho
PARIS. April 7. The General labor Fed
eration decided today that all workmen
will be asked to cease work on June 1
and remain on strike until sn eight-hour
day Is granted them. The organizing ar
rangements of the federation have been
perfected and It Is estimated that a ma
jority of men will accede to Its re
quest, thereby causing a record general
strike unless the employers meet the de
Hotel Victims Barfed.
NAGOLD. Black Forest, South Germany,
April 7. T burial of fifty bodies of those
who perished April 6 by the collapse of the
Hotel Zum Hlrschsn (Stag hotel) took
place today by twos and threes, so that
ths three pastors who came from neigh
boring villages might read the services by
the graveside at each Interment. There Is
scarcely a family In the village which has
not lost a member.
Eatradltloa (or Bribery.
LONDON, April 7. The lord chancellor.
Sir Robert Threshia Reld, Introduced a
bill In ths House of Lords today making
bribery and' bankruptcy extraditable of
fenses In accordance with the Anglo-American
ORIENTAL TRADE IS GROWING
I'nlted States Sow Takes Most of
Jaaaa'e Tea. aad Raw
WASHINGTON, April 7. American con
sular officers In Asia report broadening
commercial activity in the Orient
Consul General Miller reports from Yoko
hama that the merchandise arrivals at that
Japaneae port In 1906 amounted to f2ti,6t0,000
for the principal articles alone, cotton and
cotton manufactures, leading with C0,E.
000. The United States bought nearly all
of the S.rrt.OOO pounds of tea. which Toho
ha ma exported last year, and 14 per cent
of Its I36.0OO.OO raw silk exports.
India's cotton crop for ths season of
1906-t Is announced by Consul Fee of Bom
bay to be J.240,000 bales of 400 pounds each.
This is 500,000 bales less than In ths previous
year, although there were 606,000 additional
CHICAGO TUG MEN STRIKE
All Tram tho ' Chicago aad
CaltaH Hirer la
CHICAOO. April 7. Ths tugmen of this
city struck for an Increase of wages from
60 to S per month and every other night
and every other Sunday off. Instead of
every third night and every third Sunday
as Is the present arrangement. The strike
unless settled before the actual opening
of navigation may place aa embargo upon
ths movements of vessels at other ports.
Not a steamer can now be moved In the
Chicago or C"lumet rivers. Charters were
made yesterday for shipments to Buffalo
of l.OOO.ono bushels of grain and today'shlp-
pers were In the market for shipments of
V0O0.O0O bushels more, but not a charter
could be made because the vtsclmen
could not guarantee when the boats would
be able to reach the elevators.
WESTERN MATTERS AT CAPITAL
Omaha Maa Brings Ip a New Polat
Before the lolled states
Sanreme Co art.
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
WASHINGTON. April 7- Special Tele
gram.) Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Woodrough of
Omaha arrived In Washington this morn
ing and were Interested ' spectators of tin
debate in the house on the post office ap
propriation bill. Mr. Woodrough comes to
Washington to appear before the supreme
court next Monday to present a motion in
the case of Chapman against Chapman, to
allow the defendant In error "suit money."
This motion Is unique in that so far as
known it will be the first time in the his
tory of the supreme court that such a mo
tion has been made.
The committee on Irrigation of arid lands
today made a favorable report on the bill
creating a director of the reclamation serv
ice and giving him a salary of 14,000 per
year. The reclamation law places the full
responsibility on the secretary of the In
terior. Secretary Hitchcock In turn has
made the director of the geological survey
responsible for the bureau. In view, how
ever, of ths large undertakings now In
progress and which will follow rapidly In
the future. Secretary Hitchcock believes
that the director of the reclamation service
should be a presidential appointment and Is
in favor of the bill. The bill reported today
also provides that In the annual book, of
estimates the reclamation service should
stipulate what Is to be expended the fol
lowing year. Congressman Mondell, chair
man of the Irrigation committee, said today
that there ought to be no question as to
the passage of the bill, as It would facili
tate the work under the national Irrigation
law and would give fuller publicity.
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Hall of Lincoln are
in the city. Mr. Hall Is here on a case In
the supreme court, McDonald against
W. 8. Penlston of North Platte. A. G.
Fisher of Chadron, Neb.; T. 8. White of
Harlan, George C. Swaaey of Sioux City,
la.; Fred W. Cuckow of Elkton, S. D.,
were admitted to practice before the In
Dr. D. E. Williams has been appointed
pension examining surgeon at Corydon, la.,
vice Dr. J. L. Shlppley, resigned.
J. A. Conover of Ames, la., has been ap
pointed scientific assistant in the bureau of
1 The First National bank of Johnson,
Neb., has been authorized to begin business
with $26,000 capital: Daniel Casey Is presi
dent, Herman J. Holtgiewe vice president
and R. C. Boyd cashier.
Rural carriers appointed: Iowa Blakes
burg,' route 8, Paul D. Bowman carrier.
George A. Begg substitute; Carson, route 1,
George Doollttle carrier, Myrtle Doollttle
substitute; Larchwood, route 1, Fred Pearce
carrier, Lucy J. Pearce substitute. South
Dakota Bradley,, route 1, Rosa W. Klnyon
carrier. Franklin R. Hoover substitute.
Complete rural free delivery service has
been ordered established In Humboldt and
Worth counties,. Iowa, to .become effective
A postofflce has been established at Dve.
fcheyenne county, Neb., with Llda F. Dye
NAVY DESIRES EMPLOYES
Persons Qualifying Under (ho Civil
Service Refuse to Accept
WASHINGTON, April 7.-In the three
months which ended March SI, 243 persons
either resigned their employment at the
Navy department or In navy yards or re
fused to accept positions under ths Navy
department after being certified by the
Civil Service commission to the secretary
of the navy. The percentage Is unusually
large and Secretary Bonaparte Is worried
about the lack, of desirable new employes.
The positions vacant command salaries
ranging from 1700 to $1,400 a year and the
failure to fill these pieces Is due chiefly
to the provision of the law that a certain
quota of employes must be taken from each
state. The pay In the Navy department
Is lower than In many other departments,
BRIGGS ESCAPES GALLOWS
Chicago Man Once Sentenced to Hang
Aeqaltted on Second
CHICAGO, April 7. Once found guilty
and aentenced to be hanged, John Brlggs
was acquitted today of the murder of
Hans Peterson, who was shot and killed
by robbers nearly a year ago. In the flrst
trial Brlggs asserted that he was being
railroaded to the gallows by the Chicago
police. He asked for a new trial 'on the
ground that several of the witnesses for
the state had testified falsely and that If he
was given a chance he could prove an
alibi. The second trial was granted and
his acquittal was tho result.
Old Maa Falls kato Cellar. v
In response to a telephone message to the
police early Sunday morning from the
three-story flat building at Nineteenth and
Nicholas streets that a man hud fallen into
the cellar. Sergeant Dempsey and Detective
r'attullo hurried to tho scene in the emerg
ency buggy and extracted an aa-ed mnn
from the darkness and mud of the sub
terranean retreat, evidently much befogged
from liquor. It was apparent the nlht
wanderer had made his way Into the cellar
entirely by mistake, not with Intent at
burglary, and when once comfortably re
clining on the soft earth had found it either
beyond his powers or not to his taste to
rise and go whence he came. The officers
settled the mailer for him by taking him
to the station, -where lie would not be
trespassing. He gave bis name as. Law
The following births and deaths have
been reported during the twenty-four hours
ending at noon Saturday:
Births Richard Hoye. 202C Elm, boy;
Emniett Allenelus, 3112 Seward, boy; Frank
Mares. 1418 South Thirteenth, girl; August
Petersen, SHI South Fifteenth, girl; I.
Uoldmeln, lril6 lilirt, girl.
Deaths Edith M. Derr, 1817 Dodge, 30;
Gertrude A. Vanbusklrk, Red Oak, la.,
1; John Lynch, St. Joseph hospital, 74.
Attorney Richard 8. Horton, as trustee In
bankruptcy of the Greater American Ex
position, is paying a final dividend of 6 per
cent on an labor claims against ins estate
This will close up the estate.
Mr. A. Cameron Stewart, tenor, will give
a lull evening s song recital, consisting- of
operatic and oratorio selections, and songs
in h.ngnsli and uerman, at tne opera houw;
Tekamah, Neb., on Wednesday, April 11.
Fannie Artkotter has applied to the dis
trict court for a divorce from Henry on
tne grounds or desertion. I hey were mar
lied In Omaha, December SI. V. She atks
for her maiden name, r annie Chromy.
"Cell Growth and Decay" Is to be the
topio before the Omaha Philosophical so
ciety this afternoon. Hie opening- ndds
to be made by Mrs. Dr. Jennie Laird. Tho
society meets at 3 o clock p. in in Patter
son, block. Seventeenth and Farnam streets
Unidentified persons opened the front
door to the borne of George Moore, 1310
South Twenty-eighth stret, early Saturday
evening witn a Key ana stole two over
coats, a tan and a black, making their way
out In the way they came. Moure reported
the robbery to the police, but no persona
had been seen about the pl au whom
suspicion could be Uuowu.
OMAHA HIGH SCHOOL NOTES
The prise essays for the a-old medal riven
annually by the Duuahters of the American
Kevolutlon upon the anniversary of the
battle of Ijexlngton must all ? handed In
by April 1J. The subject of this year's
essay Is "Benjamin Franklin, s Typical
American." The award or the medal will
be made upon the afternoon of April 1
In the assembly hall of the Board of Edu
cation In the city hull. As usual the aft
ernoon will be marked by patriotic exer
cises. The senior class will meet Monday after
noon for the purpose of deciding finally
the question of caps and gowns. It Is ex
pected that the matter will again receive
more than ample consideration on the part
of the stanch leaders or both factions.
Spirited dtbutes will doubtless again en
gage the attention of those present, as
was the case at the last meetlna- of the
cIhrs. All Indications point, however, to
the ultimate victory of the anti-cap and
Democrats Win In Onvenport.
DAVENPORT, la.. April 7. In the city
election today democrats displaced the
present republican administration by plu
ralities of from 600 to 1.000.
FORECAST OF THE WEATHER
Rain and Colder In Kebraska Today
Fair Tomorrow, Warmer In
WASHINGTON. April 7.-Forecast of the
weather for Sunday and Monday:
For Nebraska and Kansas Rain and
colder Sunday; Monday fair, warmer In
For Iowa Rain Sunday, colder In west
ern and central portions; Monday fair,
colder in east portion.
For Missouri Rain Sunday, colder In
western portion and at night In eastern
portion: Monday fair.
For South Dakota--Raln Sunday, except
fair In extreme west portion, colder; Mon
For Colorado Fair In western, clearing
and warmer In easiern portion Sunday;
Monday fair and warmer.
For Wyoming Fair Sunday, cooler In
western portion: Monday fair, warmer In
For Montana Fair and colder Sunday;
OFFICE OF THE WEATHF3R BfREAI,
OMAHA, April 7. OfilHal record of tem
perature and precipitation, compared with
the corresponding day of the last three
years: lflofS. WOR. 1904. 1903.
Maximum temperature.... 62 fi M 45
Minimum temperature.... K 82 82 81
Mean temperature S7 4R 42 52
Precipitation 16 .00 .75 .00
Temperature and precipitation departures
from the normal at Omaha since March 1,
and comparison with the last two years:
Normal temperature (so
Excess for the day 7
Total deficiency since March 1 fc.j
Normal precipitation 0! Inch
Excess for the day 07 inch 1
Precipitation since March 1 2.38 Inches
Excess since March 1 Winch
leftcieney for cor. period In 1905.. 1.19 Indies
Excess for cor. period in 1904 02 Inch
I A. WELSH. Local Forecaster.
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