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VOL. XLIII NO. J45.
OMAHA, SAITHDAY MORNING, MAY i HUl TWKNTY PAOKS.
SINGLE COPY TWO CENTS.
ALL FIREARMS MUST
BE GIVEN UP IN THE
'WAR' ZONE BY TODA
Everybody in Strike Distriot of
Colorado is Ordered to Sur
A PROCLAMATION IS ISSUED
Colonel Lockett of Eleventh Desig
nates the Time and Place.
RIFLES, AMMUNITION SEIZED
Commanding Officer Considers Sit
uation in Some Fields Grave-
HEAVY EXPENSE TO THE STATE
Trouble In Conl licit ti Inte Has j
Cost Commonwealth Ovrr Six
Hundred Thousand for
Pay nnil Supplies. !
TRtNIDAD. Cot.. May 8.-A11 persons
in tho strike district of the southern
Ctlorado coal fields, under a military
proclamation ly&uect today, .must sur
render fire arms by tomorrow. All classes
of fire arrrux, by whomever Possessed,
must be given- up.
Federal troops haw been distributed
throughout the strike region for the pur
pose of receiving the weapons and am
munition. The proclamation follows:
"Whereas, under existing circumstances
the possession of arms and ammunition
by persons not In the military service of
the United States tends to provoke dis
order ami to incite domestic violence and
hinders the restoration of normal con
ditions of pence and Rood order; Colonel
James Lockett, do so, by the authority
of the president of the United States,
call upon and direct all persons not In
tho military service of the United States,
who have arms or ammunition In their
po&besslon or under their control, to
deliver them forth to the officer at the
place herein designated."
The time and places for the surrender
or arms are then set forth.
Arm for Miner Seised,
Throe hundred . condemned army rifles
and 200 rounds of ammunition for each
weapon, consigned to the United Mine
Workers o America's agent at Kalon,
N. Yv, from New York, were taken
over by the officers.
Colonel Lockett, commanding the
eleventh United States cavalry, said he
considered tho situation In other fields,
especially at Glenwood Sprinss, Oak
Creek and Crested Buttes. extremely
-nrHvn, , .lWgprnmended that Governor
Amnions despatch additional national
cuardsmen to those sections. The fed
eral . troops cannot be . spared for that
duty, until the forces have been strengthened-by
at least 300 men. Colonel Lockett
Colonel Lockett said ho had repor.ted
tho situation to Secretary Garrison ana
was awaiting further advices from the
Colonel Lockett Informed union lead
ers that he had referred the question of
tho rehabilitation of the Ludlow tent col
ony to President "Wilson, with recom
mendations, and that they would have
to make further negotiations in that re
gard to the president soon.
Ho said he considered it too vital a
subject for any other than the president
Bill for Mllttln. Service.
DBNVEIt, Colo.. May 8. Reports sub
mitted to the legislature today show that
tho strike .in tho Colorado coal fields up
to dato have cost tho state In militia
pay and supplies 1691,793.
A bill to give tho governor authority
to close saloons In times of Industrial
strifo was passed by the senate. It Is
the first of thi so-calied strike measures
to bo acted upon. A similar bill is pend
lug In the house.
Washington; May 8. Major s-
monds, from the Colorado strike district,
reported to tho War department today
that 190 f treat ms were surrendered to
Ids troops yesterday at Louisville, Fred
crick and Lafayette.
John for Two Western Men.
WASHINGTON, May 8.-The president
today made these nominations: Recelvere
Df public money: Edmund James of Car
sou City.. New, at Carson City; William
H. Edley of Powell, Wyo., at Lander,
For Omaha, Council Bluffs and Vicinity
Fair and warmer.
Hours. eg. j
5 a. m
B a. m 0
8 a' rn'"!!"!"!.'.i7
9 a! ir.!!!".
10 a. m 31
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wit. iu. isiz. isu.
Highest yesterday (5 77 SI S8
Iwest yesterday 50 M 56 58
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Mean temperature ...... m ua
Precipitation 00 .00 .0)
Temperature, and precipitation depar
tures fiom the normal:
Total excess since March 1 7
Normal precipitation 14 Inch
Deficiency for tho day 14 Inch
Total rainfall since March L...4.S0 Inches
Deficiency since March 1 CO inch
Kxcess for cor period, 1913 2.12 Inches
Deficiency for cor. period, 1912.. 1. nineties
Uepnrta from Stations at 7 P. 31.
Station and State Temp. High- Raln-
01 Yveamer, . v " i. laji.
Cheyenne, clear 70 70
Davenport, clear to tt .)
Denver, clear 78 82 .00
Dos Moines, clear ffi 04 .00
podge City, clear OS urt .00
North Platte, pt. cloudy.. W 70 , .00
Omaha, clear & .00
.Sheridan, partly cloudy. ..W .00
Sioux city, clear...., w m .no
valentine, clear ... 6S 70 .00
JURY CHOSEN TO TRY BECKER
Twelve Men Selected in. Case of
Former Police Officer.
C0CKRAN MAY GET IN TROUBLE
Reported Move Mnile to Hnvc Attor
ney for Defense Adjudfted iullly
of Contempt for Keninrk At
tributed to Him.
NEW YOltK. May S.-The Jury uhkli
will determine whether Charles Bccke .
tho former police lkmtcnnnt Hnd head if j
the "Strong Ann- sciuud. Plotted the mur- I
der of Herman Rosenthal, the gambler. !
wus completed late today. Adjournment
wns taken unt 1 10:30 o'clock tomoirov-'
mornlnir. wheii District Attorney Whit
man v.111 nUdroM tho Jury, charging thai
Becker was the brains" or the ron
splracy. 'J ho jury , s follows
Koremuii. K. Meredith Blauden 2S jca s
old, bond merchant.
Jaines SI. Faust, ;, real estate dealer
Thomas . Kdwnrdo. 30. chemist
li.dv.ard an Emnn, :C, dry goods sales
man. I'atil P. Camors, !, bonds salesma.i
Robert Baxter. SO. pinrt-
iniJ1,010 4S- "nrinp engineer
t1 !lp lAot(- M elv" engineer
Wm tef Godyenr' H bok publisher
Gilbert Shnul, 32. manufacturer
&Pmam K'K"101:- retired salesman
Wilbur F. Rawlins, 35, salesman.
V Shnul Twelfth Mnu.
After 121 talesmen lin.l tcn
during today's sessions, the Jury was
completed shortly beforo 4 o'clock when
snaui took tho twelfth seat In the box
Directly after his selection, however. Juo
tlce Seabury called District At
Whitman and Martin T. Manton of Bet k-
cr s counsel Into his chambers. Just what
took place during the conference was not
revealed, but when the district attorney
and Mr. Manton emerged, Jurors selected
ns numbers flvo and eight, A. V, Farleye
mid. W. R. Smith, -were called In.
Soon after Justice Seabury jeturned to
the bench and announced that the two
Jurors had been excused upon their own
application. No reflection, the court said.
wns to be cast upon either of tho men.
The work or examining talesmen was
again resumed and tho Jury was taken
to a hotel to spend the night.
No mention was mado during the day
of the reported move to have W. Bourke
Cochran of counsel for Becker adjudged
guilty of contempt of court for a remark
attributed- to him, He had been quoted
in (he newspapers as saying.
"Not n Trial.1'
"This is not a trial; it Is an assassina
tion. Several affidavits from newspaper
men who swore they heard Cockran say
this aro In the hands of the district at
torney. It was Intimated at the district
attorney's office tonight, however, that
tho affidavits, which, It Is said, ware col
lected nt the direction of Justice Seabury,
would bo presented to the court, In the
morning. Cockran has not been in court
since ho mado the alleged remark. He
added at tho time that he was "through
with the case." It is said.
TltSf4teflMih tho stand toinor
row praD&Diy -win Do William J. Flic, a
policeman, who wns at tho Mctropole ho
tel at tlito time Rosenthal was shot.
House Members to
Record Votes With
WASHINGTON . May -Members of
the house will have their votes recorded
with an electrical. device the opening
of tho next session of congress. Deci
sion to Install such a device was agreed
on at a conference yesterday of house
Speaker Clark, Democratic Leader Un
derwood. Chairman Henry of tho rules
committee, Representative Lloyd of Mis
sour! and Walsh of New Jersey purtl
clpated. Tho house will be asked to up
propriate jao.OOO to purchase the appar
atus and Elliott Woods, superintendent
of the capltol, will supervise its Installa
tion during the recess of congress. The
sch.eme is to simplify and shorten the roll
calls which now consumo considerable
Likes New Project
HOT SPRINGS, S. D May 8. (Special.)
Director Newell of the government
reclamation servlco has been In the Black
Hills the last ten day looking over the
Belle Fourche Irrigation project and luter
Inspect tho reservoir site for the An
gostura project in Fall River and Custer
counties. He considers this reservoir site
In the Cheyenne river one of the very
finest. It will store an enormous quantity
of water, sufficient to Irrigate the more
than 100,000 acres of land that will come
under it. Ho expects to return here some
time in July to look over the lands, which
he would have done at this time, but was
prevented by tho almost continuous rain.
Under tho present -reclamation law there
lore no available funds for new irrigation
j projects, but the Interior department is
cons'llor'nB tne recommendation of new
(measures which will permit the conttnua-
1 Hon of the reclamation of the arid and
! aRml.nrlri lnnilx It In rmhntil tho Vi.
i P'an t have the government purchase
in...; ...til irrigation bonus or districts that are or-
Wlganlrcd under acceptable stato laws will
in!!."!!!!!'.' 05 hp recommended by tho Interior depart
rtC. '.!!!!!!. '.!. "tent, although Mr. Newell nald that ho
kne'w nothing regarding the contemplated
I action on the part or tho government.
l'At l,U ttiniinV., ,..,-!. ......
. J UV ..U LMIUMII. DUUI U I lirHBUIR. WIIII'H
! was favorably considered by the recent
! conference of Irrigation delegates at Den-
'!ver, was a very good plan for new pro-
Jocts to work on.
is Called Valueless
WA8HINOTON. Slay 8. In a paper en
titled "Subsequent Report of Patients
Wl 5 Received Injections of Friedmann
Vaccine a Year Ago," Dr. George Mann
helmer of Nw York declared emphatically
before the clinical section of the National
Association for the Study and Preven
tion of Tuberculosis here today that the!
Friedman vaccine, had exhibited 'neither
curative nor preventive powers,' and
mat ii couiu not therorore be recom-.nded.
Where the United States Forces Are
i I . . . TTTl ' . -. - -
LITTLE DAMAGEFROM FROST
Valentine the Coldest Point in State
GARDENS" "ARE NOT" INJURED
Krnlt Tree Tiot Hurt by the Frost
Which Wn Predicted for This
Stntc Went Is JVntv
While it was cool In Nebraska and cen
tral west Thursday night, frosts were not
as general as anticipated. Valentine
was the coldest spot on the railroad map,
the temperature thcro getting down to
30 .degrees abovo zero. Elsewhere In- Ne
braska the range was from 35 to 55 abovo,
with frorr. 40 to 50 ubuve in Wyoming.
Though, not predicting on :the weather,
tho railroad men after getting ,thclr
station ' reports, ventuixd tho opinion
that there will be. it decided rlso in tein
pcraturu during thef next- twenty-four
hours and that tho end of the cool spell
has been reached.
Tho railroad weather repoitij, Indicated
that through tho ccntrul, eastern and
southern portions of Nebrasku, the fruit
growing sections, thcro was no damag
Gardeners on the market coming in
from up and down the river and out in
the country to tho westr. assert that if
there was any frost in this vicinity
Thursday night, it wu not severe enough
to injure the most tender vegetables.
Full Military Honors
Paid General Sickles
NEW YORK Jlay 8. Funeral services
for General Daniel E. tilckels werb lield
today In Ht. Patrick's cuthudrul.
Full military honors were accorded tho
old hero. Tho coffin bearing his body
was placed on a gun caisson by tho Pall
bearers, comrades from Phil Kearny
post, Grand Army of tho Republic, aud
the funeral procession then moved up
Fifth avenue from the general's homo
to fit. Patrlflt'u cathedral, escorted by
the Twelfth regiment. New York Na-
tlonal Guard, the Old Guard, Grand I
Army posts and u buttalllon of regular I
troops from Governors' Ulund.
A solemn requiem mass was celebrated
ut thO cathedral, Monulgnor M. J. Luvcllo
Lute today the body will bo takun to
Washington for Interment in Arlluuton.
TORNADO LIFTS HORSE
INTOJT0P OF A TREE
DANVILLK. 111., May A tornado
that suddenly uppearcd here, lust night
and disappeared utter traveling but a
short dlstunct flung, u horso Into a tree-
top and tore down several furm build
InRS. It wus necessary to cut the troo
down to rescue tho liurse.
The National Capital
Friday, Mur , ill I fi.
Met at noon.
Voted to send committee to Vera Crua
Met at noon.
Began debate on pension appropriation
bill, carrying tlHB.lBO.OOo.
Representative Langley of ICoutuoky.
republican. In speeches, uphold the pei
ltbor committee agrefcd to begin con
klderatlou of bill tj roxulate hours of
labor in euntlnuuus working pluuts.
Judiciary sub-committee resumed tesll
iiiony on Impeachment charges ugulnst
Associate Justice Wright of District of
Columbia supreme court.
Wilson Will Make
Address at Funeral
of Slain Marines
WASHINGTON, May 8-Tlip armored
cruiser Montana, bcurlnjr tho bodies of
tho seventeen sailors and murines killed
during the occupation of Vera Crilx, Is
due to arrive in New York harbor fun-
day afternoon. Memorial services nt
which President Wilson will voice the
tribute of tho nation will begin at tho
New York navy yard at 11 o'clock Mon
day morning. Chaplain William G. Car
sard of Annapolis will deliver tho Invoca
tion. Tho president then will deliver his
address. Prayer by Rabbi Wiso of Noy
York will follow and the benediction will
bo pronounced by tho Rev. Fnther'John
1. Chldwlch, who whs chaplain qf tliH
buttlvalilp Maine when It was "blon up
Jn.l.iuvana harbor. The program also
calls for music by the Marine band, and
cither a i if Ik or artillery sulutn.
Tho ladles will be landed nt tho Hut-)
tcry Sunday afternoon, where they will
bo placed on caissons und llo in Htutn
until Momluy morning.
President Wilson will leave AVashlimton
by train timidity night.
WASHINGTON, May 8.-Uy unanimous
voto the senate toduy udopted the house
rcsulutluu for the appointment ur 'a Joint
committee of seven Senators and twenty
one representation to represent con
gress at the. funeral exercises Monday ut
Brooklyn lor the men of -1110 nuvy and
marine corps who lost their lives ut Vera
New Haven Probers
Baker and Ledyard
WASHINGTON, May 8. William Rocke
feller, Georgo F. Buker, Lowls Cass
Iodyurd and Georgo McCullough Millar
of New York, all directors of tho Now
Haven railroad, have been called to
testify next Wednesday beforo tho in-
torstato Commerce commission In its
Investigation of llio Now Havou road.
Former President Mullen of tho road
will bo culled Tutor to toll or transactions
between the railroad and tho llillard
At toduy's session Churlos F. Lluslcy.
a manutucturer or Morldan, Conn., and
u llfo-long friend of John L. Blllard,
testified that, ut the suggestion of
Illllurd, he had become one of the In
corporators und u dlrwtor of tho Blllard
company. About noon the Inquiry was
iidjuurned until W o'clock Monday morn
ing. NKW YOltK, May S. William BcKke
feller, It Is undeistood hero7 Is at Jokyl
Island, Ga. Messrs. Baker and Millor
wero not ut their offices today.
is Safe in Mexico!
WASHINGTON, May 8. Consul Cunuda
reports that he has word from tho Bra
Klllun minister thut tho refugee truln
from Mexico City has arrived at Cor- j
doba. The refugees urc to be tuken on ;
board tho steamship Kspertuusa at Puerto
Mexico. It 1b statu thut II. W. Thomp
son, J. Sturr Hunt and Burton Wilson
are safo, und un Amerlcun, wlioe name j
wus not learned aud who was arrested ;
In Mexico City, has been released. ;
Burton Wilson wus formerly u resident
or Lincoln and Is u graduute of the Uni
versity of Nebraska. His wife und chil
dren are in Lincoln.
Waiting on Mediation's Progress
RIGHT-OF-WAY FOR HIGHWAY
Union Pacific Will Not Lease Inside
Hundred Feet.v . ?!'v
MAY' SECURE THE OUTSIDE STRIP
hy Thl Arrangement They
Would lime to Ilenl nltli
Mnny Prlvnte tltvne'rii of ' r
the I, mid.
Tho Inside 10) feet of the Union Pnclflc
right-of-way through ' Nebraska crtnnot
be leased by the Lincoln HlRhwAy'' as
sociation for the highway. This lias JiihI
oeeu (lecinea Dy mo union i-acmu ui
flnlals ufier the mutter has" been 'pcndlRg
for a number of months. .It had been'
tho hope' of tlin Lincoln 'highway people
that thu Insldo 100 feet tould be ob
'Tim 'road Is willing to lease the outside
100 feet of tho right-of-way wherever It
owils 'It. However, U does not own 200
feet all tho Way through 'the state. In
many oases the outside 100 foot bus been
sold to fanners. That part of the second
100 feet owned by the runners will have
to be arranged for with. tho owners of
the land, or other arrangements will have
to be mado for changing the roud.
This will greatly complicate the mut
tbr of securing tho rlght-or-way rur the
Lincoln highway us it wus hoped it
could ull bo obtained rrom tho Union Pa
cific so Hint thoro would bi but one
party or company to deal with in the
matter instead of hundreds.
County ly County.
H. U. Fredrlokson and H. 11, Wuldron
of tho Lincoln highway aro arranging
to havo tho matter taken up through
their organization by counties, und nro
asking each ' of tholr county consuls
throughout tho stuto to consult with tho
cuunty engineer und suuh other county
officials us they drslro and arrungo
to havo these county officials and
tho county consul for ( tho Lin
coln highway represent tholr county
ut a mooting with Kdson Rich of tho
law dopurtmont of tho union Pacific,
wi,0 la (n ci,urge of this matter.
c It so n nnd Mr. 'Waldrou think
it Is bettor to tuko the mutter up by
counties and havo tho hlghwuy , or
ganization of euth county, which is fa
miliar with the roud, udvlso with Its
county engineer anil represent Its own
eountv rather than undcrtuko to handle
tho entire stato from their ofriee.
In this wny it is Hoped to arrange for
n permanent ' mad In the near future
aud'ona on which it will bo safo to spend
money for 'permanent work
KILLED WHILE SHOWING
. PATENT FIRE ESCAPE
DALLAS, Tex., May 8.-W. D. Tudor
of Puoblo, Colo., leaped to his death from
the top of tlio central flro station yestor
day Hhllo demonstrating a patent flro
escape. The patent railed to work through
(he breaking or a spring.
Tomorrow the Best
The Sunday Bee
German Ships with
Arm3 for Huerta on
'Way to" Mexican Port
WASHINGTON, May 8. -The Navy de
partment late today began $n InvMtlga
ttoii of it report that two 'German ves
snls loaded with arms and amuhtllon
,for tho Huertn forens In Moxlco were
boiiiid for Puerto 'Mexico, south of Vera.
CriiK. An effort will he mado through
tho Statu department to haifo the Ger
man government prevent the landing of
n'ny munitions of war In Mexico fr.om
Puerto Mexico Is at tho castenf ter
minus' of the Tehauntopcc railroad "and Is
the only eastern Mexican port"' In' direct
rallroitd' communication with', "Mexico
City 'since thn Amerlcnn occupation at
Vera Crus. No American warships' are
at present at Puerto Mexico,
Protest by American refugees from
Tumplco against tho failure of tho United
States Riivornmont to afford them pro
tection was received today by Senator
Stone, chairman of tho senate foreign
Thn refugees asset tod that nt, least 309
American men, women und children nre.
still In the territory trlbutory to, Tumplco
und feur wus entertained for 'their lives.
Thn ptitltlnn wus drafted on tho arrival
of tho refugees ut Galveston.
Secretary of State llrynn said lutn to
duy thut the reply or the United States
to the llurrtu protest that operations at
Vera Cms hud vloluted thn spirit of the
armistice proposed by thn mediating en
voy s, would stale tliut this government
had taken no uggrectlvn steps and that
nothing had been dope In vloUtloh of thn
suspension or hostilities.
Hamilton Estate .
Must Pay Breach of
LONDON, May 8, As a epiel to it
breach or promlso or marriage,, Judgment
was glvoii today to Miks Derryl Klllzu
belli Uw of Atluntu, Ou., In u suit
brought tp enforce payment of a ttle
luent or 130,000 a year made In her.ravor
by.lho.Jato Cuptuin Patrick Hamilton.
Cuptuln Hamilton, a .British Manuy
u tutor, was killed In u flying uccldent
at fttevenugs, Hngland, ou 'November 6,
Refuse to Ride in
JACKKONVll.LK.-Kln.. May 8.-?ooral
liuudrod members of tho .United lon
fedurutn Veterans orKunizutiou, In re
union here, refuted toduy to ride in uuto
mobile, which had been donated for the
uniiuul iMiiade. Insteud. they murehud with
their buttle flags aud muskets. Tho day
u warm and from 1 1 mo to time the
man hers droped out of line, overcome,
Tlio reunion ended today.
ATT0RNEY AND WIFE
CHARGED WITH FRAUD
BOSTON, May S.-ITancIs H. Griffin, a
New 'York attorney, und his wife, Clara.
rirrin, were arrested ut Groton to-
charged with using the malls to
defraud. Government officials claim that
by fraudulent representations the Grif
fins have obtained between 1300,000 and
1540.OO0. It Is charged that Mrs. Grltfln
represented to many prnons that she
hail contracts for stenographic work In
connection with anti-trust prosecutions
by federal and stato authorities.
Cabinet Considers General Fnnston'ti
Request for More Troops at
'PREPARING FOR EVENTUALITIES
Indications that Reinforcement Will
Be Sent to Vera Cruz-
QUESTIONS SENT TO MILITIA
Governors of Three States Consulted
by Long Distance Telephone.
MAY CALL OUT THREE DIVISIONS
New York, Pennsylvania and Ohio
Asked About Readiness to Move.
HUERTA IS MAKING CHARGES
nletntor, In Note i" Mediators, Ae
enaes United States-.of Vlolatln
ArmUtlee nrjan Will
Annvter III Not.
WASH1INQTON, h&7 8. Th
Moxlcnn ultimHon asatimed a mora
wnrllko aspect today. Activities la
tlio War department, which began
last night on tho receipts of lonR
confidential advices from General
Funston, wero renewed through thn
day und were considered by Presi
dent Wilson and the cabinet at th
Whllo -this activity, disclosed every
preparation was being mado for pos
sible evontualltloB, yet Secretary oC
War Garrison said that "no addi
tional troop movements have been,
In tho midst of the military preparation
cumn definite word that the mediating;
envoys hud received from General Huerta
and submitted, to the .United Btatcs gov
ernment complaint that naw landing oC
American troops and war material at
Vera Cms amounted to a breaking or
tho annlstlce which had been arranged
by tho South American diplomats after
thelf good offices In the Mexican crisis
had been accepted by .Oejierat ijl'tierta and
tho. United States, TBs aisp, was dot u
tho subjects beforo the cabinet. 'Beere
tary Bryan stntetl that the, mediator's
note had been received by him awl that
reply would be made.
Meantime It was authoritatively learned
.from a aourcs close, to tne mediators
that t,hoy ar or the opinisn tuey win on
able to, porsuade General Huerta that thn
United States has not been violating, lrt
spirit at leust, the armistice which Had,
been agreed on. Otherwise 4 stumbling
block would be placed In thr Way. which,
ml.ht rondcr virtually useless their fur
ther efforts at mediation.
Tho notn from General Huerta allejrinp
violation of tho armistice, reaehed tho
mediators, who are workJPK In the utmost
posslblo secrecy, day 'before yesterday
und was presented by them at once .3
(lamtlnns. About Mllllln,
In connection with the military prepa
rations for a possible forward movement
It became known tho officials of the War
depurtmont havo been In long distance
telephone communication with the gov
ernors of NeW York, Pennsylvania and
Ohio, In an effort to determine how soon
the mllltla organlratlons of those otateJ
could be mobilized and sent to the sea
board for shipment In transports, Tho
department hss been energetic In Us ef
forts to make all preparations for thn
posslblo inobllliatlon of the National
Guard for soino time.
latest Inquiries of the department we rnj
directed towurd ascertaining how soon
tho New York, Pennsylvania and Ohio
troops could be put In motion, In their
present condition, without delay that
would bo necessitated by recruiting them
up to full war strength.
In the theoretical organisation ot tho
mllltla, Pennsylvania and New York each
mukes up u full tactical division. They
aro the only stutes supplying a full di
visional nuotu. Ohio combined with Mich
igan to fill a division and the other divi
sions uro mado up of several states each,
till .Men full on llrynn.
A delegation of Tamplco oil men who
yesterday conferred with Secretary of tho
Nuvy Daniels today visited Secretary
Bryan ami urged nieusures for the pro
tection of the oil properties in the dls-
(Continued on Pase Five.)
He Read Every Word;
Shucks! So Do We
Thomas Ualley Aldrich wrote
In "The Story of a Bad Boy":
"My grandfather spent his eve
nings In the home engrossed In
his newspaper, and ho read
oVery word in It," The grand
father of the famous author
lived many years ago. Even at
that eurly dato he recognized a
tremendous advantage In con
scientious newspaper reading,
and It Is safe to presume he got
his money's worth. There are
thousands of people In Omaha
who, like the elder Aldrloh, fine
comb Tho Bee to the last worn
which Is a sufficient guaran
tee that the men who adver
tise tholr globe-trotting prod
ucts in The Beo get their
Manufacturers Interested la
newspaper advertising are In
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Booklet on request.
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