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LHtj Bhl'j: OMAHA, TPESDAT MAlit'H 31, 1U14.
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JMUD fftDCZKKMTH TRCCT9
'GO-TO-CHURCH MOVE SUCCESS
rewg Arc Filled in Spite of the
ATTENDANCE INCREASED 25,637
Promolrri of the Oo-to-Chnrch Cam
pnlltn Say that Its Succras Will
I'nr Above Their Antlcl-pntlon.
Atfcnilnni'r In (renter ll.nnhn.
Nor. Tsstar- nor- Yetr
mat. day. mal. day.
ProUttant ..14,730 53,860 10,114 10,831
Cathollo . . ..33,390 33,390 7,930 7,930
Jtwish 37S 375 3CG 3C9
KEBELS TRAPPED AND
MINES ARE EXPLODED,
(Continued from rage One.)
cult and dangerous situation. Thn many
days of almost constant aggressive war
faro at Gomes Palaclo and within the city
of Torreon, It Is thought, have exhausted
both men and supplies. Prom stories told
by the wounded, the rebels manRuard
ran Into u trap at Gomez Palaclo which
cost them dearly In men and ammuni
tion. But spurred by the seemingly Irre
slstbe energy ot General 'Villa, the sold
iers pushed or., wringing vletory from
what promised defeat and carried their
Tight to the very heart of Torreon.
netiel Loan Henry.
JUARZ. Mex., .March 30. An official
rnessage from the front tonight states that
flshtlng is still going on for the posses
sion ot Torreon,
The. telegram says the lcbels now hold
alt positions except the main bnrracka
and two smaller barracks. In the last
twenty-four hours It 1 repotted that
General Villa took Cerro da la Crus and
the Torreon foundry.
Another telegram admits a rebel loss
In the last six days of 000 killed and
wounded, and places the federal loss at
2,000. As there are already at Chihuahua
M0 wounded, the report of rebel losses la
thought to have been minimized. Among
the rebel wounded Is General Tomaa
It is said that private soldlera taken
'prisoners are being received into the
rebel ranks, but their officers are exe
cuted, unless they take the oath ot al
legiance to the constitutionalist cause, All
Irregular troops in the federal garrison
are executed upon rapture.
Klalitlnir sli.c Friday.
The attack on Torreon, began last Fri
day, and up to last night rebel advices,
private and official, were that General
Monrlovla Iterrcra had taken some ot the
most important points In the city.
There, have been no news dispatches
dealing with this attack, and the simi
larity ot Jhla. situation with that at
Gomes Palaclo is pointed out as signifi
cant. When Villa was successful thero
he permitted the newspaper men. to send
their dispatches, buj when he was re
pulsed, as be was twice, -press messages
Irt Juarez It was confidently expressed
that jnows ot the capture ot tHeclty would
form the chief featura ot the" welcome to
General Carrarua, and the fact that no
message ot success of any klnd"'ovas
awaiting lilm was accepted as Indicating
that the fate of tho city was still In the
Children's Diseases Very Prevalent.
Whooping cough la about everywhere.
Measles and scarlet fever almost as bad.
Vae Foley's Honey and Tor Compound
for raw. Inflamed throats and coughing.
Sirs. I. C. Hostler, Grand Island, Neb.,
fcays: "My three children had severe at
tacks ot whooping cough, and a very few
doses ot Foley's Honey and Tar gave
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Do not accept a substitute For sain by
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Dr. 9. V. Moore.
YORK. Neb., March 30.-(6pelal.)-Dr.
B. V. Moore died at the family home, 209
West Ififth street, Sunday morning. He
was SI years otd last September, He Is
survived by a wife and two children, Or.
O. M. Moore and Mrs. Curt Uytnes, ot
this city He came to York county In
1W0 and took a homestead Just north of
the present town ut Bradshaw, whero ho
built & sod house and ministered to the
alrk In that part ot the county, there
being only two physicians In the county,
Dr Deweese lived In the southeast
pnrt of the county. In 1R76 he was elected
state representative of the district, com
posed of York and Hamilton counties at
that time. Again In IVto he was elected
to fill the same position.
Mrs. XV. .1. O'Connor.
Mrs. V. J. O'Connor.aced 37,dled Monday
morning at 8;30 at St. Joseph's hospital.
Omaha. Mrs. O'Connor was a sister of W.
U nuckloy, 1R17 North Twenty-fifth
street. South Omaha. The body will bo
removed from the home of her brother
In South Omaha to O'Nolll, Neb., where
tho funeral will bo held Tuesday after
noon at 2 o'clock.
.Mrs. llilivnrd S. llrnatt.
FOND DU I-AC, Wis., March SO.-Mrs.
Kdward 8. Bragg, widow of tho comman
der of the famous "Iron Brigade" In the
civil war, Is seriously III ut her home
here. Hhe Is St years.
Totals. . ..33,400 57,633 18,399 35,100
Total for th diT at all ehurchas.
According to figure furnished The Beo
by the pastors of the several churches In
Greater Omaha, $2,731 persons attended
divine services at one or another of the
churches yesterday. This Is nn Increase
over the normal attendance of U.itf;.
Where tl.i lmr-ne Cnie.
This Increase In attendance, due to the
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entirely ay ine j-roiesiani cnurciies, mo
Cathollo churches returning normal at
tendance figures, with no ahow'nir of ad
ditional devotion due to the day a exiici-lul
i purpose. The Protestant ehurvhea Ktve
their normal Sunday morning attendance
1 at H.730, and the morning attendance for
yesterday at 23.IUW, a gain for the day of
9,130. For the evening services the normal
figures are 10,111, and the sik.IuI service
figures are 16.421, u gain for bur,tlay even
ing of 6,707.
Many Respond to the Go-to-Ohurch Campaign
SEELY AS SECRETARY
(Continued from Page One,)
itate and the army, and will. I imn. mr,.
tlnue to serve. '
The prime minister nroceedri in t'.n i,
house that Colonel Seely had Informed
mm 10 ins great regret that he felt
bound to take the same -ntir n,i r..
sign from the secretaryship for war.
ftltrltiics lia Sensation.
Mr. Asqulth then enrunsr his nniirr,
on the house. He said;
In tho circumstances anri aflr m,.t.
consideration, I havo felt It my duty to
assume tne office of secretary of state
for war. although 1 ha
onljr'wlth the greatest reluctance In what
i oeneve to be a great pubiio emergency,"
That the premier's announcement wn
ft complete surprise was evident on every
nana, me members on the, ministerial
side ot the house were momentarily
struck dumb. Then they Jumped up on
ine seats ana Droke Into wild hurrahs.
Songs That We
Used to Sing
Many of the Dear Old FtiTorltea Are
re now iieinn Itevlred.
It has been said that In tlil up r
rapid progress we are prone to forget
mo om oraer of things. Stylos and cus
toma are constantly changing; new con
ditions bring about new Inventions: but
oven though we should try to, do it, there
are some of tho old things that we can
not forget. Take, for Inst nee. Ih M
tongs. Nobody wants to foreet thorn
aim nobody could entirely forget them
even though such a dnslro existed. Every
now and then one of the dear old fa
vorites Is revived and at once becomes
as popular as In the days whan It first
becamo a real "hit,"
The Bee believes that Its read iv
the old songs and for their benefit It
has arranged to offer them a volume
called "Songs Thaf Nevor Grow Old,"
in which nro contained all the dearly
beloved old favorites. There are two
styles of binding, one in 'heavy English
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and tho other In art brlstol cqvera. These
volumes are elaborately Illustrated with
portraits of the world's greatest vocal
artists, many In favorite costumes.
For a short time The Beo will offer
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which is explained In the display an
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Shown in Figures
Here is a tubulated statement of the at
tendance at the Protestant and Catholic
churches of Groater Omaha, for Sunday,
March 29, 19U, tho figures belli? furnished
the pastors of the several
fit. Mary's Avenue.
Hanscom Parle 3O0
Hirst Memorial 125
Oak Street M
Pearl Memorial 2CO
walnut Hill iso
Lefler Memorial.... .. ..
Castellar 130 37T,
Covenant K W
Clifton Hill r 200
Dundee 225 303
First 450 fiSO!
First German tS S2
IiKu Av.inuo ISO 2VI
North 250 m
Park vale 75 140
Third 75 1ST.
Westminster 300 34S
Florence IS w.
Falrvlenr .,, i..l
UNITED PRESBYTEHIAN 1
Central V'S 300
First l w
All Saints 350 BOO)
Good Shepherd N
fit. Andrew $0 lfiO
fit. Barnabas m rio
Rt. Matthla 175 175
fit. Paul's 55 1
Trinity COO 575
Grace 100 :iftO
nun.in 750 1.1W
Ht. Marks a auu
St. Matthews 2
St. Paul's.. nr. zib
Inimnniml 400 600
Zlon 200 300
1st German Evang. 200 300
Immanuel Deacon.. in a
Nor. Danish F.vanK. 12S 1501
Pella Danleh 150 300
. Swedish Evang. 55 92.
St. John Qer. Evan. SO 4!
German Baptist 45
1st Swede M E )
Herman M. E 55
Swed. Evsr. Mission W
Khlloh Raptlst 100
Zlon Baptist.... 200
Bt. Phillips Kpls... SO
fit. John's M. E 400
Christian Scientist.. 1.000
Reor. Lat. Day sts.. ipo
People's Church H
First United Evang. ICS
United Brethren.... 100
First Reformed..... 50
Grace Un'ted Evan..
Holiness Society ....
Y.M.C. A. men meet
Bible Student Ass'n.
Calvary Mission ....
Union Gosnel Mlis'n
First M. n I.
United Pres.. (S.O.)
Dethleham Presby. .
Totals 11.7101 38,S0 10.114 16.S21
No services nem.
Friday eve. Sat. A. M.
Temple Israel 10)
Russian 7S 125
neth Hamedrosti 100
R'nal Jacob 100 160
ft Johns 2.410
Bt. Wenceslaus 1,40)
Immaculate Conception.... 500
St Cecelia's 1.500
St Joxepli German 1.S00
Holy Angels 1. 150
Kaired Hesrt 1.600
Holy Family 700
Ft Mary Mugdelene's 'M
St Patrick's 1.600
St Phllomena's ,.. S)
6t Peter's 1,000
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TOP PHOTO SHOWS PART OF THR OVERFLOW CROWD AT THE KOUNTS K MEMORIAL CHURCH. LOWER PIC
TURE TAKEN IN FRONT OF THE FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH.
TO WORKJN HARMONY
(Continued from Page One.)
SOL'TH OMAHA CATHOLICS
St. Anges' 1,600 360
St Mary's Wo 300
St Bridget's 1,0ft) 400
St Anthony'j M y
Church of Assumption l.ooo 450
Bt. Franct' 1.S00 1.000
Total Catholies 23JW
j To Ciirf n Cold In One Day
i Take Ijixathe Broino Quinine Tablets,
j Druggists refund money If It falls to cure.
TJ W Grove's signature Is on each
Pers'itent Advertising Is the Road ta
need to counsel and co-operato with the
gentlemen of the other committee.
'By such plan a call of the atato con
vention will Issue to the same county
organizations to which they would be
sent If wo -wero acting alone. Both com
mittees would recognize all republicans.
All the lepublk-ana throughout the state
would send their delegates to a stngla
state convention. 'Tlio party would then
be in the hands of Its members. It be
longs to them and not any committee."
.Smith for Harmony.
The Epperson committee, after select
ing E. L,. Havelone of Beatrice tempo,
rary secretary, listened to the address of
Chairman Epperson, and then a motion
by Robert Smith of Omaha to accept the
third plan offered by the chairman, and
which had been agreed to by both Chair
man Currlo and Chairman. Epperson, for
both committees to call the convention
was seconded by C. D. Brown of Pa
plltlon. A. L. Schoonover of Aurora offered a
substitute motion that the committee pro
ceed to cull the convention. This motion
made no reference to the Currle commit
tee. John O. Yclser of Ornaha got In a
substltute'to the substitute that the com
mittee call the convention and Invite the
Currle committee to come in.
This brought on a discussion of the
motion and tho substitutes, A. M. Bush
nell taking tho floor and talking; against
any proposition which would rocegnlze
the Currle committee. I. D. Kvans of
Knnesaw, although he had written an
article In a local paper endorsing the get
together movement, seemed to have seen
another llKht and endorsed tho stand
taken by Bushnell. C. J. Garlow of Co
lumbus, who said ho came from the
Texas of Nebraska, wanted It understood
that the Taft men out little figure In
Platto county, and ho wanted the com
mittee to go ahcud and call the. conven
tion without any regard for the other
Content ror Joint Call.
Senator Cordeal of McCook believed the
plan of the chairmen of the two commit
tees for a Joint convention cull to be the
wise one. "We may have had differ
ences In the past." said the senator, "but
now wo want to forget those and look to
E. R. Bee of Beatrice said that the
progressive republicans would not be giv
ing up any principle by recognizing the
Taft republicans now, nor would they be
violating any vledgtt as set out by Mr.
Bushnell. County Treasurer W. O. Ur
of Omaha favored tho committee plan
and believed it was the wise thing for
both committees to get together upon
an equal basis. Clerk of the District
Court Robert R. Smith of Omaha said
that unles a harmony plan was adopted
It would create a chaotic condition In
Omaha. He thought that if the meeting
today did not agree upon a plan for
united action that two committees would
result and the party wolud be wider
apart than eer before. He thought it
foolish to quibble over who had author
ity. Ha thought both committees should
be given equal authority and call the
-VoTilil Uo It Alonr.
About this time it was announced by
the chairman that tho Taft committee
had agreed to the proposition ot a joint
calling of tho convention by both commit
tees and hd appointed a committee of
three consisting of Currle, Jefferis and
Mapes to notify the Eppersontan com
mlteee of the agreement. A motion waa
made that a similar committee be ap
pointed by the chairman to meet the
Currle committee, but some one Insisted
that a ovte be taken on some of the
motions In order to see whether there
was need of a committee and atfer much
Jangling the substitute of Schoonover to
go It alone was put and declared adopted.
Greuver or University Place. Evans of
Kenesaw, Yelser of Omaha, Schoonover
of Aurora. Johnson. Bushnell of ILncoln
j Garlow of Columbus and Akin voting for
me m-iuon, nue urjre niri-uHoch, Rob
ert Smith and Uro of Omaha, E. R. Bee
of Beatrice, C. D. Brown of Paplllion, J.
F. Cordeal of McCook and Chairman Ep
person ovted against it.
After voting to Ignore the Currle com
mittee then some ono took a umble where
the committee was headed and suggested
that out ot courtesy to tho Currle commit
tee, which waa waiting, maybe It would
be well to recognize them and after ft
motion was made to appoint two besides
the chairman to oenfer with them, II. M.
Bushnell and Robert Smith and Chairman
Epperson went out and a conference was
Finally Chnngr Attitude.
In about thirty minutes the committee
came back and announced that tho fol
lowing resolution had been agree Upon
by the two sub-committees:
"Resolved. That Chairman Epperson
proceed to call the Btato convention and
that the CUrrie committee be Invite I to
Join and co-operate in the call,"
This was adopted by the Epperson com
mittee unanimously. A motion to base
the call so tho convention would be com
posed of about 1.000 delegates was pass id.
Then threo cheers were given for tho
republican party and everybody shook
hands and apeparcd happy, except a few
democrats who for half an hour had been
Jubilating over what looked like a con
tinuation of the spilt. The meeting cf
the Currle committee was without any
contention of any kind, The motion to
adopt the recommendations of Chairmen
Currle and Epperson were unanimously
adopted and good feeling was shown br
What speeches were, made all urged
getting togetherd In some way to bring
about a unity which would resul In vic
tory all along the line in November.
Tho attendanco at the Currle committee
meeting was considerably larger than at
tho Epperson meeting.
The members of the executive commit
tee of the Taft faction are here and com
pose the following;
First Dlstrict-E. P. Holmes. Lincoln.
.fc.ondJ31strlct-A- W. Jefferis. Omaha.
Third District Bert Mapes, Norfolk.
E.0,1.,Jth.DU!r,ct-J- Culver, Mllford.
Fifth Dlstrlct-J. W. Kelfcr. Nelson
Sixth District Aaron Wall. Loup City.
Members of tho Epperson committee
First Dlatrlct-H. M. Bushnell. Lincoln.
Second District Bruce McColIoch.
Third Dlstrlct-C. J. Garlow, Columbus.
fourth Dfstrlct-E. It. Bee, Fulrbury.
Wetrlct-I. D. Evnns. Kenesaw.
Sixth Distrlct-R, 8. Rising. Alnsworth.
Sicrotary Reneau of the committee
could not be present on account of the
serious Illness of Mrs. Reneau.
A good attendance of republicans, rep
resenting both factions, waa present from
out In the slate.
urday evening and burned to tho ground.
There were several thousand bushels of
fine seed corn In storage In the building
at tho time. Tho loss Is nearly $20,000,
with Insurance of about one-third that
. With Mrs. Johnson;
Case is Dismissed
One of two indictments returned against
Attorney Thomas H. Matters by the re
cent Douglas county grand Jury was dis
missed by County Attorney Magnoy yes
terday as the result of the receipt by
him of a note from Mrs. Mary E. John
son, who, had the case been tried, would
have been the state's principal witness.
The letter reads as follows.
"OMAHA, March 2$, 1914. Hon. George
A. Magney, County Attorney: Dear Sir
1 do not believe It would be worth while
to prosecute Thomas H. Matters upon the
Indictment charging him with embezzling
$2,500 of money which the Indictment
charges he received as my nttorney in
"The indictment In 1D14 is two years late,
as It appears tho offense charged is
barred under the three-year atatute of
limitations. Mr. Matters was not my at
torney and did not secure any money of
mine as my attorney.
"No good purpose can be served by
prosecuting this case further. I request
that the charge be dropped."
A statement by the county attorney of
his reasons for quashing the Indictment
says that he has learned that Mrs. John
son has received $1,500 In money and
security for the remainder of the amount
CORN SEED WAREHOUSE
AT GRISW0LD BURNED
GRISWOLD. Ia., March 30.-(SpeclaI.)
The large seed corn Btorage house be
longing to Mark Byrne of Lewis was
struck by lightning during the storm Sat-
Boy .Confesses to
Murder of Teacher
LITTLE FALLS, N. Y March 30.
Jean Glanlnl. under arrest for the mur
der of Miss Lydla Beccher, the young
school teacher who was found beaten
and stabbed to death In the woods near
Poland, has confessed his guilt, according
to District Attorney Farroll
Glanlnl said In the confession, which
waa made Saturday and disclosed today,
that he had asked Miss Beecher to go
with him to see his parents In regard
to his reinstatement in the Poland High
school, from which he had been expelled
at the young woman's instigation. Be
fore their arrival Miss Beecher became
frightened, he said, and Insisted on re
turning. Glanlnl declares he then hit
her with a wrench which he had con
cealed In his pocket and knocked her
down. Then he beat her, stabbed her
several times with a knife, dragged her
body Into the bushes, went home and
went to bed.
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