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Oil AHA, SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL
VOL. XLIL NO. 256.
SPLIT ON SUBJECT
City Now Held by, Greek Forces is
Bone of Contention as Remit
BACK REQUEST WITH TROOPS
Dispatches to London Say Bulgaria
Will Press Position.
RUSSIA AND FRANCE OBJECT
Triple Alliance and England Agree
Bulgaria is Right.
MAY BE CAUSE OF STRUGGLE
Vlcunn Reports Sny Greece U Cnth
crlnsr Troop to Uefejnd City
Servlnncc Arc Vacating.
LONDON, April 11 Bulgaria Is making
formal claims to the possession of
Salonlkl, now occupied by the Greek
troops, according to an Hxchunge Tele-
grapn company s uespaicu irom uei&rnue, ,
Servla. The despatch adds that Bulgaria
1p taking military measures to support
Its claims, while Greece Is concentrating
Us army along the railway leading to
Povrers Are Divided.
VIENNA, April ll.-The powers com
posing the triple alliance., Germany,
Austria-Hungary and Italy, advocate, ac
cording to tho Neue Frele Presse that
Salonlkl should be given to Bulgaria as
compensation for the cessation of Slllst'rla
and a strip of Bulgarian territory to
Russia and France-on Hie other hand
are of the opinion that Greece should
have Salonlkl, while England appears to
favor the view of the triple alliance.
It was announped a few days ago that
Greece has transferred a division of Its
army from tho provlnco of Bplrus to
Servian I.cnve Scutari.
CBTTINJE, Montenegro, April 11. The
Servian troops which have been assisting
the Montenegro army of Scutari havu
withdrawn and are marching bacK to
Servla. This leaves Montenegro standing
practically alone In Its defiance of thj
The Official Gazette declares today
that the Montenegrin losses sustained
during the recent assault on the Tara
kosch forts were due mainly to the Ser.
vlan artillery, which continued to fire
while the allied troops were storming the
works. "The Servian commander forgot
to give the order to cease fire," says' the
YOUNG "MET" LANDS
ON WHITE HOUSE RUN
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
WASHINGTON, April 11. (Special Tele
gram.) W. B. Metcalfe of Lincoln, son
of R. L. Metcalfe, has come to Washing
ton to work for the Baltimore "Sun" on
the White House run. Mr. Metcalfe has
recently come east from Sioux City. Ia
where he was representative on the Tlrb
une. Ho was shown tho usual courtesy
today of being Introduced to the president
and members of the cabinet by Secretary
Bryan, his father's, personal friend.
KILLED BUCKING SNOW
HOLDREGE. Nob., April H.-(SpecIal
Te1egram.)-3us Relslng of Curtis, freight
engineer on tho Holdrege-sterling di
vision, was killed today while bucking;
snow near Madrid. Neb. The engine
Jumped the track about noon and turning
on Its side pinned Relsing between the
tender and the boiler. He was conscious
until the time of his death, fifteen .min
utes after being removod from the wreck
age, where he had been held two hours.
A wrecker has boon called from Alllanco.
For Omaha, Council Bluffs and Mcln
Ity Fair tonight and Saturday; warmer
Temperature at Omnwn lesterilay.
(m ii hu
5 a. m
6 a. m
7 a. m,
8 a. in,
0 a. m
10 a. in
11 a. m
1 p. m
3 p. m
4 p. m
5 p. m M
6 p. m
7 p. ra 2
8 p. m 41
Comparative Local Record.
W13. 1912. 1911. 1910.
Highest yesterday 74 08 74
Lowest yesterday 31 52 4b 63
Mean temperature 40 63 f7 HI
Treclpltatlon T .03 .13 T
Temperature and precipitation depar
tures from the normal:
Normal temperature 49
Deficiency for the day s
Total deficiency hlnce March 1 3
Normal precipitation 10 noh
Deficiency for the day .
Total rainfall since Mr.rch 1.... 4.81 Inches
Kxcetw since March 1 2.53lnohe
Excess for cor. period, 1912 23 Inch
Deficiency for cor. period. 1911.. .20 Inch
lleportu from Statlou nt 7 1 91.
Station and State Temp. High- Rain
of Weather 7 p. in. est. fall.
Cheyenne, clear. 64 . W .(
Davenport, cloudy 42 42 .t.
Denver, clear .00
Des Moines, cloudy 42 .10
Dodge City, clear M fw
Lander, clear 62 ft .00
North Platte, clear 33 .00
Omaha, part cloudy 42 4J T
Pueblo, clear W5 S $
Rapid City, clear
Salt Lake City, clear JO .00
Santa Fe, clear gj
herldan. part cloudy OS 8 no
Slovx City, clear 40 42 .M
Valentine, clear 4v .00
T Indicates trace of precipitation.
L. A. WELSH, Local Forscdster.
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WELFARE BILLTIED DOWN
Publicity Measure Rests in Death in
Ollis' Committee Archives.
HOLDING BACK REPORT ON IT.
I'lmlrmnn of Henntr Klnnnee Com
mittee linn Measure "Well Smoth
ered, mid Prospect Is It Will
lie Kept So.
( From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. April U.-(Spcclal.)-The
punbllo welfare bill, II. R. 433, is peace
fully sleeping In the finance committee of
the senate where It was killed Wednesday
afternoon on motion of Senator Ollls,
who leads the State Board of Agriculture
In Its fights, had tried to have the bill
amended, limiting the membership of the
commission to three.
Though the bill was killed two days
ago. It has never been reported to the
senate. In the meantime II. R. 3M). a bill
placing the collection of agricultural sta
tistics In the Board of Agriculture and
giving this department power to give pub.
llclty to such statistics, Is sailing along
easily at the present time being In the
agricultural committee of tho senate.
ir. n. STO Is the subject of much com
ment. Though It provides for tho collec
tion of (statistics and publicity It cairlci
no aproprlatlon for the purpose. Tin- as
sumption In that the funds shall be oc-
rlved from the appropriation maan for
. n,r of ,url-
.."fc- ? ' Lt rLli
CllllllrU ur viav wrncii
tho state fair. In fact, Mends ot inc
bill state that the funds will be secured
In this way.
Just why the public welfare bill hps not
been reported out Is the subject or dis
cission among friends and enemka of
hie bill. The belief that the bill Is biing
held up to cnablo the State Board of
Agriculture's bill to gain the right ot
way prevails. If the public welfare bill
(Continued on I'Pe Two.)
to Resist General
Strike of Workmen
BRUSSELS, April ll.-The Belgian
government Is preparing to resist with
all Its resources the general strike of
hleh is scheduled to
,. , ,i Tk. rrnvernment hasiCcrrle of 1-os Angeles, Cal. Ho had
Ur&lll till .huiiuhj. r. -
., r h conservative Interests i
Tho socialists arc confident that nearly !
,iivv ...in iv. tlirlr work In re-I
sponse to the strike order. Tho local
strike committees are showing greav at-
tlvltv In arranging to feed Indigent
strikers and In placing the children with
sympathizers beyond the frontiers.
ti, .,i,,.i, liave been admonished ,
.i,. ht means nf cainlng their end 1
is to dlsnlay restraint and calm and I
Some of the members of the cabinet
believe that the general strike wltl oe a
failure and will be only feebly sup)orteu
by theworlnnn..-Othetr tliink tlie strlkt-ffdcirtrS'-tt'aV'fruTinliiK' sO-trgTHT-rnntlta-wii
heeome' central and' declare that orders were countermanded and It re
order must be severely maintained and I
timt anyone desiring to work must ue
protected In exercising that right. .
Workers' unions In many ' districts ,
throuhgout the country took a vote Inst j
night on the question of Joining u. urn
strike. At Horstal, 2.T00 of the 3.000 em
ployes ot the national army factory volcd
In favor ot tho movement.
The Typosraphlcal union of Brtisecls
showed little sympathy with tho strike
and the members decided to remain at
work. In other places, however, the
typographical unions resolved to strike
by a unanimous vote.
Tornado Victim is
Suing Water Board;
Takes Out the Meter
August Carstcns, 4402 Leavenworth
street, has brought suit against the
Water board for Injuries received when
ho fell Into a pit left uncovered by
Water board employes when they re
moved tho meter from the yard of his
"The employes of the Water board told
me they wero going to take the meter out
for safe keeping," Hald Carstens. "I told
them I didn't have any use for It, as all
of tho four houses I owned were com
"Why they wanted to take the meter
out I can't see. H belonged to me and
had been In the yard there for many
years. I thought It was safe.
"1 can't see very well, and when I was
walking In tho yard I fell Into the hole
where the meter was. They had left It
uncovered. I suffered severe bruises
and have been laid up since. '
Carstens said his water bill was paid.
"They charged me double for the water
I had used," he concluded, "and I had
Ship With Morgan's
Body at New York
NBW YORK, April 11. The steamship
Prance from Havre, bearing tho body of
J. Plerpont Morgan and members of the
family, who were with him when he
died in Rome, reached Quarantine, at
the entrance of New York lmrbor, shortly
before 2 o'clock this afternoon.
J. P. Morgan and his son. Junius S.
Morgan, obtained permits to go down the
bay In a revenue cutter and board the
France at Quarantine. Extra details ot
police have been assigned to guard the
pier and no one will be permitted to
enter the shed without a special customs
pass. All photographers were barred.
Streets leading to the pier were to he
cleared for the departure of the funeral
procession apd a guard has been thrown
about the Morgan house and library. A
large force will keep bruk the curious
from the church during the service on
Two Men Are Dead and Three Arc
Injured in Fight in Street
MEXICAN POLICEMAN WOUNDED
Rear Admiral Cowles is Investigat
ing the Incident
VICTIMS FROM THE CALIFORNIA
Officers Say Both the Dead Men
Have Good Service Reoords.
MEXICAN REPORT OF FIGHT
It Sh American Who Were on
Shore Leave Were Member of
CnronnliiK Party thnt Gend
arme Tried to Quirt.
OL'AYMAS, Sonora. Mex., April II.-
Two sailors of the United States cruiser
California were killed and three others
wounded In a street fight Wednesday
morning at Guas mas. Two( or three
Mexican policemen were wounded In at
tempting to arrest the American sailors,
Admiral Cowles Is Investigating the In
Investigation of tho fight between the
bluejackets and Mexican gendarmes dls
closes that at an early hour tho police
nttempted to quiet a carousing party.
Their action was resented by the Amer
ican seamen and a fight ensued. So far
It Is not certain which side fired the
first shots. Tho sailors were on shoro
leave. Tho bodies of the two killed
Americans have been removed to the
crutsci. The American commander and
Mazatlau authorities promptly exchanged
Identity or Victim.
WASHINGTON, April 11. William Wal
lace Corrle. seaman, and John Chase
Klestow, first class master-at-arms, were
tho two men killed In the fight at Guar
mas, Rear Admiral Cowles reported to
the Navy deiMtrtrioiit late today by wire'
less via the Santiago station.
Corrie's nearest relative Is A. S. J
served In tho navy two years. Kles
tow's nearest relative Is his father, who
lives In San Francisco. He had been In
the navy eleven years. Both men had
excellent records. Admira) Cowles re
ijorm mey were nui imuiy iu uc
sors In. a street fight.
There have been repeated displays of
antl-Amorlcau feeling at some Pacific
ports of Mexico of late. A few weeks ugo,
when talk of Intervention was nt Its
height, two officers of tho cruiser Den
ver were assaulted while ashore at
duaymas, and on another occasion when
tho Navy department had ordered the
Denver to another port, anti-American
malned to protect Americans and other
A full report of the Investigation of the
affair by Admiral Cowles will reach tho
Navy department shortly and what 'a to
be done about the latest attack then ivlll
Bullion Train l Robbed
EL PASO. Tex., April 11. Pancha Villa,
who has taken the field In Chihuahua
state against the Huerta government,
yesterday held up a pamenger train east
of Chihuahua City and secured 160 bars
of silver bullion valued at $75,000. The
holdup occurred at Santa Tasabcl on
the Mexico Northwestern railway. The
passengers were not molested nor was
there any resistance by the small fed
eral guard. The bullion was destined for
the stato capltul from a mine In the
One Killed and Four
Hurt as U, P. Train
Runs Into Snowbank
At 8:15 o'clock Thursday night passen
ger train No. 110, on the Kansas and
Colorado division of the Union Pacific,
near Cheyenne Walls, Colo., while run
ning twenty miles un hour, struck a
snow drift, derailing the engine, mall,
baggago and one chair car. One person
was killed and four Injured. The killed;
THOMAS MAL13, engineer.
Thomas Dostal, fireman, severely.
C. E. Thomus, mall clerk, slightly.
W. H. Graham, mall clerk, slightly.
AV. H. Joiles, mall clerk, slightly.
Male and tho Injured men are all sup
posed to reside In Denver. None of the
passengers wero Injured. At tho time of
the accident a terrific blizzard was
sweeping over the country.
The train was pulled by two locomo
tives when the drift waa struck. Both
engines left the rails. John Larson and
Thomas Ntland, engineer and fireman of
the second train, and W, II. Graham
an W. H. Jones, mall clerk, were In
Jured, but not seriously.
Norris to Present
(From a Staff Coriespondent.)
WASHINGTON, April H.-(SpeoIaI Tel
egram.lSenator NorrlH will present to
the henate tomorrow his bill to take the
Postoffice department entirely out of
politics, from the postmaster general
down to the lowest grade of post of (Ices.
Mr. Norris Introduced this bill several
serslons ago In tho houso and will now
takn up the fight for Its passage In tin
senate. HU purpose Is to make service
In tho Postofflco department a desirable
life work that will not be subject to
changes in administrations and political
-i F ' '"' "" '
From tho Minneapolis Journal.
MANY CASES CONSIDERED
Relief Committee Has Appropriated
Money to 32 Sufferers.
WORK IS NECESSARILY SLOW
Uoninilimloner llyder Imiuca State
ment for the Committee on the
Way the Itellef Work Id
No iv Carried On.
One hundredjyijcB In guild numbers
mlltcewlth regard to making apprbprla
tlons for tho rebuilding and repairing of
homes damaged by the storm. In thirty
two of these cases appropriations of
money have been made. The average of
the appropriations made up to. this time
In Individual cases Is 1251.
This money while given to Indlvldua's,
Is to be spent for building material under
the direction of the operating committee.
This committee has secured tho services
of John W. Towlo who will be In charge
ot what has been designated the build
ing committee. Mr. Towle serves with
out pay, but has authority to organize
whatever office force ho may need.
Committee Works Hard.
Through Police Commissioner Ryder
the general relief committee makes the
"To some It may appear the general
relief committee Is acting slowly, but we
cannot do otherwise and keep a grasp on
our work. Wo are In session every night
until a late hour, considering cases In
vestlgated during tho day and sub
mltted by tho operating committee. Thi
plan Is as simple and direct as It can he
"The first care of tho committee has
been to attend to the most needy and
pressing cases without delay. Following
our action, some delay must necessarily
occur In getting tho various Jobs going,
but that cannot be avoided. We have a
(Continued on Page F1ve)
Omaha Man Found
Dead Near Valley
With His Wrist Out
The body of Herman W. Buelow, Hit)
North Sixteenth street, was found Thurs
day afternoon about ten miles from
Valley by a hunter named Compton. His
wrist was slashed with a Jackknlfe
and the circumstances were suicidal. A
pay envelope from the Storz Brewing
company was found in a pocket of his
coat and this led to his Identity In
It was learned at the brewery that he
had been employed as a cooper and that
he called for his pay Wednesday saying
that he wished to enter a hospital for
treatment. Since then he had not been
seen by any of hli fellow workers. He
was about years of age and nothing
Is known of his relatives. The body Is
being held at Valley for the coroner.
DANGER OF FLOOD FOLLOWS
SNOW TIEUP AT SIOUX CITY
SIOUX CITY, la., April 11. (SpecUl
Telegram.) The eighteen inches of snow
Is rapidly melting and floods are Immi
nent In Floyd river and Perry creek val
leys. The weather bureau has warned
jobbers near the Missouri river to bo
prepared for flood. Street car service is
being resumed. Blectric power still off.
Telephone and telegraph companies are
untangling wires broken down by th
An Exciting Finish
Man Who Befriended
CHICAGO, April 11. Dr. Edward S.
Hlgley ot the suburb uf Glen Ellyn, who
had no particular Idea that ho was cast
ing bread upon the watarB In the early
80s, lent Charles Frocllch $700 to assist
him through a course at tho University
of Nebraska, l'.Kht, years ago, FroeU$h,
who ' had grown wealth'?' In' "Australia,
Visited -his -former benefactor and repaid,
the loan with Interest compounded. Froc
llch died recently without heirs and to
day Dr. Hlgley learned that Froellch's
fortune, approximating $1,000,000 had been
left to him.
POPE IS ABLEJO SIT UP
Pontiff Rests in Armohair While
Bed is Made.
LITTLE CHANGE IN CONDITION
Ills Holiness Feels Stronger and Hr
grelii thnt Phy nlolnim Will Not
Alton' Htm to Receive
ROME, April 11. l'opo Plus rose today
and sat In an armchair in tho bedroom
Svlille his bed was being made.
The condition of his holiness, the pope,
was unchanged tbia morning when
Prof. Marchlafava and Dr. Amlcl ex
amined him. His temperature had In
creased very slightly, registering nearly
03. No new symptoms dovoloped during
The pope was feeling stronger today
and oxpressed 'disappointment at not
being able to receive the pilgrimage from
Venice. He asked Cardinal Merry Dc
Val to receive the pilgrims for him and
hand each of them a commemorative
A rumor spread through the city during
.the morning that the pope was dead
and this caused a rush of Inquirers to
tho Vatican, where they found everything
Moil Have Complete Rest.
The pope at times complains ot pains'
In the small of the back, which Increase
(Continued on Pago Two.)
Sugar Interests Try
to Get President to
Modify His Views
WASHINGTON, April 11. - President
Wilson was urged today to agree to a
modification In the tariff schedule on
sugar to make It discretionary with the
executive at the end of thrco yan
whether sugar should be free.
Former Governor Alva Adams of Colo
rado told the president that while the
industry In his state could stand a re
duction to I cent a pound, as now pro
vlded In the tariff bill, the knowltdgo
that sugar would be ffee at the end of
three years would have a depressing ef
fect on hutlness during tho,t period.
Colonel Robert Ewlng, democratic nif
tlonal committeeman from Ixulslans
discussed the question with the president
and took the same position as fornwr
Governor Adams. He went away with
the Impression that the president was still
carefully considering that feature of tho
Senators of the-flnance committee dls
cussed the tariff briefly with the presl
MAY SECURE 6. A, R. MEET
Major Wilcox Thinks Omaha Can
' Have it for the Asking.
WOULD BRING MANY PEOPLE
Committee lias CnnvnSseil the Sit
uation and Thinks .Honey
Needed Conld Knslly lie
If Omdha will extend th InvlUtlon.
jPJhJorR. fl. -Wilcox frols' tcrtaln that
Omaha can secure tho next national en
campment of tho Grand Army of the Re
public, a meeting that will be held prob
ably during the last week in August.
The encampment .will bring about 3,000
veterans, about the same number of
delegates from the Women's Relief Corps
and fully as many more visitors.
Major Wilcox Is chairman of the gen
eral commltteo of Grand Army men hav
ing the matter In charge and Is co-operating
with the Commercial club In tho
mutter of considering tho advisability of
extending the InvlUtlon to the officers
having charge, of selecting tho place for
the holding of tho next meeting. So far
all that stands In the way of extending
the Invitation Ib the matter of funds. It
Is estimated thnt to entertain tho meeting
will require $20,000 to $25,000, which would
be used In securing halls, providing
badges, decorating, furnishing muslo and
other expenses that would .have to bo In
The major mid other members of the
committee havo made a ennvass of tle
city nnd aio of tho opinion that little dif
ficulty will ho experienced In raising the
necessary money. Had It not been for
the damage wrought by tho tornado and
the calls made upon tho business men
for money for relief work the major
says It would have been an easy matter
to have secured the required amount.
Howover, he Is not discouraged and Is of
tho opinion that the committee will bo
iblle to raise the necessary funds, as a
large number of men have expressed a
willingness to contribute.
State Troops Make
Three Attacks on
Naco During Night
NACO, Arii!., April 11 Receiving
needed artillery during the night, Uiu
state troops surrounding Naco, Sonoru,
took thn aggressive In three distinct en
gagements before daylight today. They
poured shrapnel shell Into tho Mexican
border town and Incidentally lntoNaco,
Ariz. American residents here hurried
from bed and found shelter in the theater
building, and Riiests of the hotel Naco
promptly abandoned the frame structure.
In the first two engagements the statu
troops wero compelled to retreat, but
by morning had gained their former posi
tions in rifle pits within 400 yards ot tho
town. Encouraged by the receipts of ar.
tlllery, tho state troops were brisk In
their movements this morning and the
federal garrison Is said to bo suffering
greater loss In killed and wounded than
at any time during the four days.
General Pedro OJeda last night cele
brated his sixty-third birthday unlver
sary. Besieged by a seemingly over
ly helming enemy, he celebrated the event
by a champagne banquet for his officers
and men alike. Powder stained soldiers,
many wounded, nonchalantly sipped the
frail glasses nnd puffed Habanas as
shells burst over their heads.
Colonel Gullfoyle today ordered the
Ninth cavalry border patrol to retain
strlot neutrality and keep well under
cover. Tills was In accordance with
orders from the War department.
DEMOS TURN D0WfT
HOME RULE FOR OMAHA
Dcolinc to Trust People of the City
to Deoide on Handling Their
H0WELL-ST0CK YARDS COMBINE
Coalition in Lobby Able to Force tho
MIKE LEE LEADS ITS PROGRESS
Six-Dollar-a-Day Man Aided by tho
BILL IS NOW READY TO PASS
rwo .Minor Amendment Adopted;
and Then lleclnlvc Mnjorltr Or
item It Knirroed for Third
Ilenilliitr find Pnsnto.
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. April 11. (Special Tolegram.
A combination of tho Houth Omaha,
stock yards and the Omaha Water board
and ft trade of ovtes with those favor
ing the Insurance code bill was strong
enough this afternoon in the house to
make this democratic body repuldlate thn
principles the party has stood for for
years; principles tho party has time after
time pledged the peoplcto enact Into law
home rulo and let the pcoplo rule. In
committee of the wholo of the dem
ocratic house this (combination by s,
vote of 67 to 23 recommended for third
reading 8. F. IT, the Omaha district
To secure th csupport of the stock y.trds
lobby for the hill, so It was stated on
the floor of the house, and confirmed
by Mike Ie, an employe and representa
tive ot the Water board, Lobbyist How
ell gave to tho stock yards In return for
their hey 3.O0O of the taxpayers' money.
The sum of money represents what tho
city ot Omaha will lose by reason of the
Howell amendment to the mil removing
the stock yards from the Jurisdiction ot
the Water hoard.
Slonk Yards Triumphant.
The stock yards? so Lobbyist Howell
said, had they remained under the Juris
diction of tho bill, would have spont
J36.000 with Omaha for water. Simon,
vho with others, had been charged by
Hpwoll and his licnclimen with being- op
posed to tho bill on account ot the stock
yards, tried to got the house to rocon
stdor Its action In eliminating the stook
yards and said he desired a roll call so
that the public would know who war.ted
a Btock yards bll and -who wanted a
water bill. Simon made a vigorous speech
for h,ls motion and protested against
Howell's Slvlng s.waylM.000 qf the pteo
pie's money. -".' -
Whlfo this motion wss being dis
cussed, a motion was made to recommend
the bill and this carred, and Simon was
unah,lo to get action on his proposition.
The democratlo house votoa oown u
amendment by Sugarman, to compel the
Water Board to advertise, wnen ino
amount Invllved is over $500. The house
preferred, uark chamber methods ana
thus favored contractors anu tuvvrcu.
bankers will continue to have free rein.
InrU-Lantern Methods Continue.
The house- adopted an amenlme.nt to
compel the Water board to transact Us
public business In public, though It may
hold secret conferences ana ao lis rc&i
work In the dark. Sixty-seven tnembora
whoso names aro given below are for
Another amendment by Sugarman, pro
viding the water bords should publish a.
semi-annual financial statement in al
paper of the city was also adopted, re
gardless of the fact that Mike Lee In
Blstod that as The Omaha Bee Is th
official paper of tho city, the motloa
should bo defeated.
Bollcn of Knox, tried to amend the;
motion by having the Water board oir-i
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