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The Omaha Daily Bee
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DUYBIW AND BKLLE115.
vol. xliv-;no. 32.
OMA1IA, SATURDAY MORNING, JVLY 25, 1914 FOl'RTEKN PAGlflS.
On Train and at
Hotel XTsws Standi, So,
SINGLE COPY TWO CENTS.
BRYAN HAS DIRECT
ADVICE FROM FOUR
Carranza, Villa, Carbajal and Za
pota Are Ready for Peaceful
Settlement of Differences.
YOtTNG man over 33 year of n?o
with experlenco In city or coun
try bank can obtain pcrnunent
and highly remunerative position
Give references and full particu
lars an to previous employment In
first letter. Correspondence confi
dential. Tor farther Information about
this opportunity, see the Want
Ad Ssotlon of today' Be.
STUNTS A TURNER HAS TO DO Some of the tilings that are required of the competitors in tho Sokol tournament
now in progress at Rourko park. Each is required to do all tho feats of a gymnast, and then try-out in field and track
athletics. Tho cut is from snap shots made of the competitors. No. 1 is tho shot put; No. 2, tbo polo vault; No. 3, a
one-hand balance on tho parallel bars; No. 4, tho standing high jump; No. 5, on tho horizontal bar; No. 6, in the hundred-
TBDDY READY FOR TRIAL
CABRAHZA WILL TAKE CHARGE.
TJ1 1. T Pn .Vi n nl P hoi rm anr?
flail lui uaiuuja. vv
for Congress to Appoint Victori
ous Chieftain President.
Ex-President Says He Will Prove
Charges Against Barnes.
DEFENDANT ALSO IN HURRY
ZAPATA IS READY TO HELP
Promise is Made of Acrrarian Re
forms He Desires.
Each Side Issues Statement Saying '
It Wonts to Get Mliel 1
Snlt Kfttlril Ilrfore
CONFERENCE IN MEXICO CITY
Military Chief Representing; All
Sections of Inrarsrent Army Will
Perfect Details of the Sew
WASHINGTON, July M.-Dlrect ad
vices to tho United States today from
Provisional President Carbajal. Ooncral
Carranxa, Ganedal Villa and Emlllano
Zapata tho four chlof elements In tho
Mexican problem, renewed tho hopes of
officials here for peace.
Carbajal, through the Brazilian minis
ter In Mexico Cltr, officially declared he
waa willing to transfer the executive
power to Carranto, and had sent a dele
gate. Regtnaldo Cepeda, to arrange with
the constitutional chlof. Carbajal re
iterated he merely wanted an amnesty
for political offenders and guarrantees
for tho safety of the property of tho
people who had supported Huerta.
Will He Lenient. '
Car ran ia, through tho American consul
accompanying hm, manifested his readi
ness to be lenient with the foes of the
constitutionalists and give the desired
Villa in a message phrased in most
courteous terms spoke of his desire to
see peace established on a basis of justice
and liberty and save assurances that he
would do his utmost to restore normal
Communication with Zapata has been
difficult, but official word has been ob
talned from him In which ho manifests
a desire to Join with the constitutional
ist chief in rehabilitating tho govern'
mental maohlnery throughout Mexico.
Emissaries from Carranza to Zapata.
with authority to promise agrarian re
form are expected to reach thereouthern
chief within a few day.
Frogmun for Peace.
The eroaram of neace in Mexico, accord
inT ip efflciajs and others conversant
with tbe situation, is mi
A.. -declaration- of n cogtpleta Armlgttca-llaJwy
OYSTER BAY. N. Y.. July M.-The re-
ply of Colonel Roosevelt to tho $3.000
libel suit of William Barnes today wns 1
an attack on the republican state chair
man and a promise to help the suit for
ward. Colonel Roosevelt said ho would
not be deterred from attacking Mr
Barnes by the suit, hut, on the oontrt ry
would assail him tho harder. He cx
pressed the hope that he would have the
opportunity to take tho stand against
Mr. Barnes, before election. I
To mako clear what he meant, the ex- I
president, who was In a fighting mood
today, dictated this statement:
"I'll do all I can to help hurry forward
"I regard the action of Mr. Barnes as
the most striking proof that could bo
given that the bosses recognize In me
personally tho one ctremy that the type
of machine goverjiment for which they
stand has to fear and. furthermore,
reoognlxo that tlte most dangerous
menace to the present system of b!-
portsan politics In this state Is contained
In tho movement to elect Mr. lllnmnn
as governor on a nonpartisan ticket,
which I hope will contain the names of
such anti-machine democrats as Mr
Hennessy, as well as progressives and
T shall continue with Increased ag
gressiveness to attack Messrs. Barnes
and Murphy and the kind of machine
politics, which they typify, which 1 hold
must be eliminated from the state."
Barnes Also Wants Haste.
NEW YORK, July 2t.-The trial of the
libel suit of William Barnes, chairman
of the republican state committee.
against Theodore Roosevelt In which
(0,000 damages are asked because of
references made to Mr. Barnes In a
political statement Issued Wednesday
night will be held In Albany county, the
home of Mr. Barnes, unless Mr. Roose
velt gets a change of vonue.
Chairman Barnes Is anxious for. a
speedy trial of the case
within a few days between General Cor-
rahza and Provisional President CarbajaL
Signing-of --an Agreement between tEo
.two forces for an amnesty and guaranty
f&r the- protection of property.
Dissolution of the present congress and
reassembling of the deputies and senators
elected under President Madero, whose
terms do not expire until next Beptembr,
Resignation of Carabajal to the Madero
congress and designation by the latter of
Carranza as provisional president under
Conferences of chleffl in Mexico City,
including representatives from Generals
Zapata and Villa, for the formation of a
reform program for the new administra
tion. Moyer Again Heads
DENVER, Colo., . July St The com
mittee which canvassed tho referendum
. vote for officers today reported to the
convention of the Western Federation of
Miners the election of the following:
President Charles IL Moyer.
Vice President C. B. Mahoney.
Secretary-Treasurer Eh-nest Mills.
Executive Board Members J. C Low
re y, Butte; William Davidson, New Den
ver, B. C; Guy Miller, Joplln. Mo.; Yanco
Terstch, Angeles Samp, Cat
Fraternal delegates to the United Mine
Workers of America convention were
chosen as follows:
J. ,C. Williams, Grass Valley. Cal.;
Charles Tanner, Virginia City, Nev.;
Joseph D. Cannon, Blsbee, Ariz.; James
, Shea, Butte.
A motion to elect a committee of three
to go to Butte and hold a new election
in the Butte local union was put over
until next Tuesday, when the Butte con
troversy will be made a speclat order of
he wished to have the Issue settled on
Its merits before October.
"If Mr. Roosevelt wished to adopt ob
structive tactics," Mr. Ivlns said, after
serving the papers in the case, "tho trial
can, of course, be delayed for a year and
a half or two years."
William Barnes, when shown the state
ment made today by Colonel Roosevelt in
Oyster Bay, said:
"The question Involved In this matter
Is only whether he tells the truth."
At this point Mr. Barnes was reminded
that the colonel had declared he could
prove everything he had said.
"Well, that's what wo are here for,"
replied the republican state chairman.
"But wo are not going to discuss It here.
We will discuss It In the courts and under
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TO REAR 6UEYD AN '
LETTERS TO JURY
Appears to Think Woman Planned
to Have Him Suppress or Make
WILL NOT BE CAUGHT IN TRAP
Intimate Private and Political,
Friend of Caillaux Placed
on the Stand.
DELIVERS DEFENSE OF FAMILY
His Wife, in Prisoner's Enolosure,
Presents Pitiful Figure.
ARGUMENTS NOT OVER TODAY
JnilitP Vnnouners There Will ne So
flrsfclon "iinday of Cnnrt Hrarlna;
Cnsr thnl Hits t'pset All
necfc and neck race for first honors,
'2KTatmjrkopark one of the liveliest turner
CHICAGO TEAM TOPS THE
Contratiint from Windy City Arc
In First I'lncr, Followed by
rr.ilur KnptilN nml
Xpw York Men.
For Omaha. Council Bluffs and Vicinity
Fair; no Important change in temper
ature. Temperature nt Omnhn Yesterday.
5 a. m 71
6 a. m 72
7 a. m 7it
8 a. m 76
9 a. m 79
10 a. m! 60
11 a. m SI
12 m S5
Try to See King and
Are Taken to Prison
LONDON, July II Two BUffragottes
belonging to the British noblUty. lady
(Barclay end the Hon. Miss Edith Fitz
gerald, were arrested today at Bucking
ham palace, where they made persistent
and unsuccessful attempts to present to
King George a letter written to his
majesty by Mrs. Emmellne Pankhurst,
tho militant suffragette leader.
The letter demanded a personal Inter
view with the king and claimed that the
suffragettes should be given the same
right to an Interview as to certain mili
tant men, namely, Sis Edward Carson.
Captain James Craig. John DlUon and
John E. Redmond, who had, it was
pointed out. been invited to Bucking
ham palace by the king.
The two women announced their deter
mination to remain at the palace until
they were given an audience with the
king. Tho police took the two women to
the nearest police station.
1 n. m StS
z p. m 8
3 p. m S9
4 D. m DO
6 p. m 90
C p. m S3
7 P. m 88
8 D. m S
Comparative Local Record,
1911. 1912. 1912. 1911.
(Highest yesterday iO 8 87 73
Lowest yesterday 70 t! 75 51
Mean temperature SO 71 81 62
Precipitation 30 .00 .03 .00
Temperature and precipitation depart
ures from the normal:
Normal temperature , 77
Excess for the day s
Total excess since March 1 XA
.Normal precipitation Hlnch
Excess for the day 18 Inch
Total rainfall since March 1.. 14. 79 Inches
Deficiency since March 1 1.57 Inches
Deficiency for cor. period, 1913. 2.70 Inches
Deficiency for cor. period, 1912. 7.B7 Inches
Reports from Statkuns nt 7 I'. SI.
Station and Bute Temp. High- Rain
of Weather. 1p.m. est. fall
Chevenne. nt. cloudy 7H
Davenport, cloudy 82
Dei Moines, cloudy....... M
Dodge City, cloudy 78
North-Platte, pL cloudy.. 72
Omaha, clear ............ S8
r apld City, clear M
S-herldan, pt cloudy 86
f loux City, pt. cloudy.. . SS
Aalentlne. clear ... 78
' T Indicates trace of precipitation.
I A. WELSH. Local Forecaster.
meets over held In tho United States, and
by far the most Interesting competition
of its kind that Omaha has ever seen. It
Is twenty-four years since a national
tourney was held hero, and Omahans aro
making the most of this opportunity to
see nationally famous experts In wonder
ful feats of athletics and gymnastics.
After Thursday's finals in the Individ
ual events In the first or expert division.
Frank Jlrasek of Cedar Rapids, who won
first honors at the tourney five years ago,
had a total of 102 points to his credit,
while Frank Paul of PUensky Sokol, Chi
cago, had 99. But aftor this morning's
contest In shot putting, their relative
standing was reversed, Paul gaining six
points more than tho champion and forg
ing three points ahead of him.
Lead In Team Contests Also.
Likewise In tho team contest, Jirasek'a
bronzed huskies of the Cedar Rapids
Sokol seemed to have a shade the better
of the gymnastic and athletic argument
at first, but the latest canvass of, their
standings, although not officially given
out, indicates that Paul's PUensky Sokol
of Chicago Is now leading the field by a
couple of hairs, with every chance to
hold or even Increase their lead. The
Cedar Rapids Turners are' In second place,
while the New York Bokols, directed by
Joe Grcgor, captained by Anton Klar, and
with Frank Krlz as star performer, are a
Standing ot Contestants,
So far, final scores In the tournament
have been made and tabulated only In a
few events. Ab given- out by Director
Frank Fillp and his crew of judges, they
aro as follows:
Side Horse Possible 25 points : Pol.Vs.
Frank Jlrasek, Cedar Rapids 21
George Veseley, Chicago 23
Frank Paul, Plsen Sokol, Chicago 23
Calisthenics Possible 10 points Points.
Rudolph Novak. Cedar Rapids 9.9
Frank Jlrtsek, Cedar Rapids 9.9
B. Hasek, Cedar Rapids 9.S
Bob Flala. New York 9.7
Frank Kucanek, Cedar Rapids 9.7
Parallel Bars Possible 2$ points: Points.
Frsnk Jlrasek, Oedar Rapids . 34.8
George Vesely. Plzen Sokol, Chicago. 23.9
JJohn Kristufek, Plzen Sokol, Chicago 23.7
joe I'OKorny. uaiumoro 23.7
Running Broad Jump Possible 10 points:
Anton Krlz, New York, 13 ft 1 In 9 3
A. Krecek, Omaha, 19 ft 9.2
G. Vozab, Long Island. 18 ft. 9 In S.9
lOO-Yard DashPossible 10 points: Points.
Ben Soucelc Baltimore. 11 sec -10
George Falde. Prague, Okie,. 11 sec. 9
Otto Skola, Chicago, 1JK sec 8.6
iiunning High Jump Possible 10 points:
Joseph Hajek, Baltimore, 6 ft 1 ln.."'."
William Saucek. Baltimore, 5 ft 8
Frank Novak, Baltimore, 6 ft 8
Emanuel Ilojek, Baltimore, 4 ft. 11 In. 7.6
Tnl Vntflf TaIHIa in .lt -. n,.
drink when he took the article as a ; ot0rge Sadlo. Prague, Okla., 9 ft. 1 In . 8
souvenir. Joe Novak Baltimore, 8 ft 9 in 7.6
! t'harles Jezck, Prague, Okla., 8 ft 8 in.. 8,5
NEW YORK CONTRACTORS h81 D';-M'nn,sffc,i.,.
iTTinis eTTr I AD ad I aim! l"nI Doo" Himself.
ATTACKS Olllfc LAtJUH LAW In this morning's shot putting event.
I Paul, the Chicago near-champ, boosted
NEW YORK, July 21. Building contrac-j himself into the lead by a surprlsinn
tors are going after a ruling by the court) average In tossing the sixteen-pound
of appeals on the constitutionality of the pellet. His record was obtained by aver-
state labor law. A lest case win be be-, aging his best right and left-handed nuts.
GENERAL RAJS HELP. CORN
Reduced Price of "Futures on the
Local Exchange. .
COME AT AN OPPORTUNE TIME
noports from Over State Indlrnte
Prevclpltatlon Amounted to Dawn,
ponr In Many Localities
Crops Ont of Danger.
New York Man Fined
for Taking Souvenir
from Burns Cottage
DUMFRIES, Scotland, July 24.-Davld
Graham CarmlchaeL a silk Importer ot
New York City, today pleaded guilty
before the county court Judge at Ayr to
the theft of a brass handle from an
antique bureau in Robert Burns' cottage
In Ayr. He was fined X12C.
An attorney who represented Carmlchael
said that the accused was the worse for
gun In the criminal court of the Bronx!
as the first step. The contractors will
attack the eight-hour provision, the one
barring aliens on public work and that
respecting "prevailing wages."
It Is stated that no fight Is intended
against labor, but that the attack Is to be
made solely on the ground of conititu
tlonsJIty. An effort will be made to show that It
is practically Impossible for contractors
and made the distance thirty-four feet,
even, a surprise to even the veterans.
The wiry Chicago PUensky men, who
now rank best In the team competition
are Frank Paul, captain; Joseph Gasper,
Bohumll Mlkuta, Vaclav Stransky,
George Vesley, John Kristufek and
Marek Slpold. Only the unexpected mis
chance that hovers over all athletic con
tests can now keep them from winning
the meet, the dopesters asserts, for they
Rains that were pretty, general over the
corn belt of Nebraska and Kansas Thurs
day afternoon' and night Caused a depress
ing effect ..upon the market, sending corn
prices down 'A to cent per bushel. On
the Omaha exchange corn opened iteady
to unchanged from yesterday's clou-:, but
soon. reports of heavy. rain nearly every
where In the corn bolt commenced to pour
in and, then prices started to slide.
While grain and railroad mendo not
fee. that the rains .of-the last.coupk ot
days have assured the oorn crop, they, as
sert .that It has placed It beyond the. dan
ger line for the present, at least so far
as drouth is concerned. These rains, as
sert the railroad men, have reached
every portion of the state with the ex
ception of a limited area In the northeast
corner. In this locality tho crop can go
several days 'yet without being Injured
by dry weather.
The rain "of Thursday 'and Thursday
night attained tho volume ot a root soaker
In many localities, and, on . the whole,
was one of the most general and wide
reaching downpours in weeks.
Rain General In State.
Reports to the railroads snow the fol
lowing: Along the Burlington practically
all the territory in the southern part of
the state was given a wetting. At Me
Cook' thero was a precipitation' of three
rnches; Mlndcn and Culbertson. two
inches; Republican City and Chester,
one and one-half Inches; nenkleman, Or
leans, Dunning. Greeley Center, Kearney,
St." Taut, Superior and Loup City, one
'inch: Red Cloud, Aurora, Grand Island,
Central City. Columbus, Crete and Har
vard, one-fourth to three-fourths of an
Along the union Pacific thero was a
goneral rain all the way from Fremont
to North Platte, very heavy between
Kearney and Ogallala, with two Inches at
Cedar Rapids, one and one-half Inches at
Fullerton, and one inch at Columbus, Al
bion and Primrose.
Up the Black Hills line of the North
western, rain was genoral from Fremont
to Long Pine, with one to two' Inches
from West Point to 'Stanton and one-half
to an Inch over a greater portion of the
line from Fremont to Superior.
The Missouri Pacific reports a heavy
rain in the vicinity of Weeping Water
and Auburn, with a general rain most of
Thursday night from Plattsmouth south
to Falls City.
Obrgon Has Taken
Possession of Oolima
EL PASO, Tex.. July 24. -Collma, capi
tal of the state of 'that name, and Man
zanlllo. Important west coast seaport,
have fallen Into the hands ofthe consti
tutionalist troops under General. Obregon
t.ald a report received here today from
jpene.ro! Alvarado at GUaymas, .
Collma was taken after several dayi)
fighting. Manzanlllo was evacuated by
General Teller, who had fled there' from
The report stated that the troops and
families of the officers were shipped
I south on the steamboat Juarez to Hallna
Reports from tho west declared that
tho Yaqu! Indians .were again on the war
path In southern Sonora, having sacked
aoveral villages. The Sonora troops were
endeavoring to quell the uprising with
AQUA PR1ETA, Sonora, Mexico, July
24. Eight constitutionalist soldiers and
nineteen Indians were killed In a fight
between constitutionalists and hostile
Yaquls, according to a report received
here today from Genoral Salvador Alvar
ado, constitutionalist commandor at
Guaymas. The'flght took place at Campo
Verde on Tuesday.
TO EXONERATE ' RUSMISEL.
PARIS. July :4.- 'Call Mme. Gueydan,"
the command of .ludce Louis Albanel,
when the court opened tcd.iy for the fifth
da.''s seilon In the trial of Mme. Hen
rietta l nulaux for the willful murder on
March 1 of Gaston Cfilmette, editor of
Mme. tmeyilan, former wife of the pris
oner's liilsl'nrrt, Joseph Caillaux, an ex
premlor of France, had, however, oiot ar
rived, and Pnonl I'eccnldl, tho most In
timate prlwttt.and political friend of Cail
laux. wik called to the stand,
The IntTeot centered around the two
.nt mali letters referred to In yesterday's
.testimony and' harded by Mme. Gueydan
,0 .Mnltro 1-aWl to deal with as he chose.
Great curiosity had been awakened as tt
whothcr they would be read In court or
communicated privately to the Jurors,
Maltre l.nhtirl. before M. Ceecnldl began
h a tcstlirony. raid he would deftr until
the sr I vu I of Mine. Gueydan, a communi
cation "lie Mtslrcd' to mhfcrt to the court
DcumuIk CnlltnuT Fnmlly.
M. CVecaldl then addressed to the Jury
an Impassioned defense of the Caillaux
fnmlly Ho described Mme Calllaux's ef
forts to restrain her husband from as
suming political power, as she was of
tho opinion that his keeping out o the
iroernment was the only way In which
they could expect to have peace In their
Al. t'nlllaux, seated In the crt wded court
among witnesses and Journalists, followed
attentively his friend's .panegyric, nod
ding hln head In approval and occasion
ally casting a glance about the court
room as tlimmh measuring- the effect of
I th witness' wards.
I Mnt- nUauy. In th,'e prisoners' n
her eyes Was a look of" bewilderment and
Mff'miJikg Ltrr' fihe did not pMk to
r, , , t ..j ir 4.4 f it n 1 i-shyonr bill she. had had a lone talk with
60hoplBoMembp.TWa In the prison before the,
Against Principal Not Sustaiucd. Scaring, begun.
wiien .Mi uoccami conrjuoen, former
CASE IS TERMED A TRAMEUP
Hitter Controversy netween Attor
neys Is Cnnied by Introduction of
Kvldr.ncf Ilrflrctlno; ort Prose
ration's "Chief -Witness.
Wilson Will Make
One More Effort to
WASHINGTON, July Si, President Wil
son has decided to mako one more effort
to smooth out tho differences between the
senate and Paul M. Warburg, his nomi
nee for tho federal reserve board, and If
he finds that Impossible, he will withdraw
his nomination as ho withdrew that ot
Thomas D. Jones of Chicago yesterday.
He has been Informed by senate leaders
that Mr. Warburg's nomination can be
confirmed If he will appear before the
Tho president is concerned about Mr.
Warburg because. If his name Is with
drawn, only one tanker will remain on
the board, while the law requires two.
A successor to Mr. Jones, It was un
derstood today, will be chosen from the
Chicago district and probably will be a
republican. Senator Lewis of Illinois is
supporting Wllllsm T. Fenton of Chicago.
George" E. Roberts, director of the mint,
also Is being supported.
(Continued on Page Eleven.
A report, exonerating Principal L. t'i
Rusmlsel of tho ''Omaha High,. Eehool o
Commerce, charged by Attorney. E. W,
Slmeral and others with being "Indis
creet" In jils conduct toward pupils and
teachers, will be prepared by the Judl.
clary committee of the Board of Educa
tion, which has heard all .the (.evidence.
Tho, nature of the report was Indicated
by expressions of a majority of the mem
bers of the committee, who declared tho
prosecution had failed utterly to sustain
the sweeping charges, ,
The Judiciary committee's report w)B
not be mado public until -August I, When
the 'school board meets, unless a special
meeting, of tho board is called by the
With the testimony of Miss lone Chap-
pell; who returned from - Norfolk at' tile
request of the complainants, the esse
was concluded In the afternoon.
Members of the board, while not talk
ing' for publication, were frankly for
completo exoneration of Mr. Rusmlsel.
One member si Id:
"This whole thing has been an out
rage. It was evident from almost the
very first that It wea a frameup to get
Mr. Rusmlsel. Tho prosecution has
failed utterly to bring In any evidence
to sustain the charges in the complaint.
An effort was made to make a multi
tude of witnesses change vague rumors
(Continued on Page Two.)
Premier Barthou was called and de
fended his action In making public the)
Victor Fabre documents. M. Caillaux
also spoke briefly.
Maltre Ijabori and .Maltre Chenu then
explatnrd their Ideas for and against
the publication of the letters placed In
Maltre Labori's charge, by Mme. Guey
dan. Labor! returned the letters to Mme.
Gueydan and asked her what her' wishes
were and she replied:.
"Do Not Car."
"I. do not care what you. do. Publish
them all If you want to do so."
It was thereupon decided to place thr6e
of the letters in evidence, but to rtoA
only one of them. This would be done.
It was announced, after recess.
The question of the reading of th4
letters gave rise to another scene when
the court reassembled.
Judge Albsnel, who had talked over5
tbo matter with lawyers for both aides
during the recess, called Mme. Gueydan
to. the stand and Maltre Laborl at one:
addressed her saying: '
"These letters will not be read by me,
Madame, do you wish them backT
"Well, then no one shall hav them
cepi myself. If you have heard of m
being caught In a trap you are mistaken."-
Maltre Iibori appeared to regard Mme,
Gueydan's seeming reluctance of yester
day and her Impulsive consent tnat h
shquld have tho letters as a device tel
place him in the position either of sup
pressing the letters or of reading thern
to the disadvantage of Mme. Caillaux,
He asked her again:
"Madame, do you wish to take bacW
Mme. Queydsn: "No. sir."
Undershirt of Oleo
Maker is Seized by
(Continued on Page Two.)
Sold Your Car?
! If not, advertiso it tomorrow
1 1 Si t 1 i.
Wilis' in our " ueea kmv columns as
w York Importers Fall.
NEW YORK, July 34.-Boessneck, Broe
tel & Co., Importers and dealers in dry
goods, made a general assignment today
for the benefit of creditors. Attorneys for
the firm declared the liabilities were ap
proximately $1,250,000 and assets In excess
of that sum. The assignment, according
to the attorneys, was caused by the
curtailment of the firm's foreign credits,
Drops Fender and
Saves Boy's Life
Prompt action upon the part of Motor
man Codlln on a northbound car on the
Dodge and North Thirtieth street line
saved the life of Ixiuls Chldner, a 3-year-old
boy, at Twentieth and Clark streets
Codlln was sending his car along at
pretty good speed when at the Clark
street Intersection on North Twentieth
the Chldner child ran onto the track and
stopped. At the time the car waa not to
exceed ten feet from the child, so close
that It could not be stopped nefore It
would reach the youngster. Maintaining
his presence of mind Codlln dropped the
fender. It picked up the child and car
ried It akmg until the car was brought
to a stop. The child was not even bruised
I1II1R .Tulv 54 .r-harlra
undershirt was taken off his back to be J slight expense,
UKAft AvtdflnPA flmltlRt him hv Internal 1 r) -
used as evidence against, him by Internal
revenue officers who, made ,a raid on his
creamery establishments here yesterday.
Will, was charged with coloring oleo
margarine without paying the. tax and
selling It for butter One thousand
pounds of oleomargarine, were confis
The officers could find no sample of l
, the coloring matter required by law as
evidence In such cases, and were about
to depart when one of them noticed an
orange colored spot on tho sleeve of
Wllle's undershirt. They believed this to
be a splotch of coloring matter and took
the shirt with them.
TREATIES WITH ARGENTINA,
BRAZIL AND CHILE SIGNED
WASHINGTON, -July Jl.-Pecretary
Bryan's peace treaties with Argentina.
Brazil and Chile were signed today,
binding the South American countries
Individually and the United States to
submit to Investigation for a year all
differences which cannot be settled
through diplomacy The Investigation Is
to be made by an International commis
sion of five members and during the
period of inquiry hostilities may sot be
You can get a good
price for it if you do not
watt until summer is
gone. People want the
use of a newly pur
chased car while the
weather is good.
'Hie renders of The Bee are
able to pay good prices for
automobiles and yet are quick
to tnke advantage of any sort
of a good offor.
Co&h Ratea are 12c a lino
for one time, Oc a line each
insertion for 3 times, and 7c a
line each insertion for 7 con
secutive times. Six average
words make a line.
Telephone Tyler 1000
Before 7:30 Tonight
THE OMAHA REE
Everybody Raad Bu Wcrjf Ash.
I to live up to the labor law.
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