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AGREE ON BASIS FOR PEACE
Servian Fighting Men and Heads of Warring Nations
Spend Your Vacation
Carranza and Carbajal Succeed in
IT PROVIDES FOR AMNESTY
HOWARD AMD SIXTEENTH gTreKETS
MILD PRAISE FOR HITCHCOCK'
Bryan Men Win Their Battle in
State Convention, So They Say.
" OUT-VOTED IN THE FIRST ROUND
iiip llui'k wllli Until Mini Uptime to
Approir All of "Senator' Poli
cies Apprnrnncp of n
(From n Start Coriespondent
COLOfUrH, Neli.. July HU.-lS t" lal
Telegram.) Thn democrats in ttielr slate
convention at Coiumbus adopted their
platform, before midnight, niter a
lx hour' session ot tlir resolutions com.
in 1 1 tec.
The platform endoioos the iintionnl ad
ministration, speaks of President Wilson
b the greatest cxnoutlvo since Jackson,
and compliments Secretary llryun In i
After tight through most of the tty
whether to endow United Stolen Senator
Gilbert II. Hitchcock, the resolutions
f nally contain u mild endowment of
lila "ability nnd Integrity of .purpose. 1
while avoiding open ondorscniertt of ma
principal activities In the senute In the
last two years.
"It's a vctory for our aide," aald
Charles W. Ilryan,
"Wo Got WIibI Wc Wanleil." '
"Both the aolectlon of the resolutions
committee, and tho platform itsoii is a
victory. We got what we wanted."
While the convention waited for the re
turn ot the resolutions committee, cuudl
dates Were called for. The first general
cry was for Richard L. Metcalfe. Gov
ernor Morehead and Berge were Immedi
ately called for also.
The chairman decided to cull them In
the order of their filing. Thus George W.
Hence Bot tho flrsf opportunity to tell of
Ms merits as a democrat. He said lie" be-
lieved every corporation entitled to pro
tection for Its property. I
Governor Morehead followed by telling
of his economical administration. He
said lie did not know whether the repub
licans would give the democrats credit
for the Jump ot 8 cents In wheat toduy
following the declaration of war In Eu
rope. Demands feud Come la End.
11, I Metcalfe made little reference to
Ms own campaign, Ijut Bald: "Wo want
a reunion between Ilryan and Hitchcock
at Washington as we have had a reunion
He declared this would fill the officii!
lr Nebraska with democrats In twenty
Colonel John O. Muher, Mayor James
O Dahlman, Congressman Dan Stephens,
K F Snavely, TMgar Howard, Karl CUno
nnd others spoke also.
ARMIES OF OZAE,
ABOUT TO MOVE IN
SUPPOM OF SERB
(Continued from Page One.)
nnd that. It modify Its attitude towards
France continues quietly to prepare for
ar The troops of the active army are
gradually concentrating near tho fron
tier. A military guard hu been placed In the,
great flour mills at Corbel), near Paris,
Mhlcfi in the event ot war would be taken
over by the army. The bakers In Paris
n.e la ing In large stocks of flour and
the city authorities, to prevent alt possi
bility ot famine In the cupltol, started
forming today a reserve, store of fifteen
thousand tons of flour
The police department Is exercising a
general surveillance over Austrluns and
Germans In Paris. The perfect of police
today ordered tho discontinuance of the
service of J.ho public at tables on the
sidewalks and on the terraces In front of
afes In consequent of disorders which
have occurred since the beginning of the
Appeal u l'rcta. J
The government made an appeal to the
Press to keep calm and carefully verify
Adoiph Messimy, minister of war. today
united the military .wireless, station on
the Eiffel tower and ordered the staff to
be double., the officers to remain on duty
la and night.
President Polneare's return to Paris to
day from his visit to Russia was made
tho opportunity for a manifestation of
patriotic fevllng by some thoiisunda of
young men belonging to the league uf
I'atriots. of which Deputy Maurice Barres
The government today prohibited an
anti-war meeting called by the revolu
tionary labor organizations.
WIImiu la Wnlahluir.
W ASHINGTON, July .-President Wil
son kept elosely Informed of the wur
situation In Europe today through re
iKirts from American diplomats abroad,
bv,t there via no change (n the attitude
uf meie observation.
Sreary Redfleld Indicated to the
While Ho i He today he had no tear that
war in L,ur jpc would have any serious
and Unve an Air
of R p f i n cnient
$3.75 and $6.95
Worth from $(5.50 to $24.50.
Of Our l,,;nal Clearance of Suita
will be in Friday Evening's Pa
per. Wati'h for it.
IC1NO VICTOIl EMMANUEL OK ITALY
ROME,. July 24; Fearing that his" (.pro
posed visit -to the emperor ot Germany
might bo Interpreted, by Jils people as a
sign of his sympathy with the kalsor in
his efforts to draw the triple alliance
(Italy, Austria nnd Germany) Into a wnr
with tho triple entente (Itusslu, France
and England) King Victor Emmanuel Is
seeking to recull his acceptance of Em
peror William's Invitation to the military
maneuvers. Italy, weakened by Us recent
war In Tripoli, han no d.cslro for further
warfare, and Gurmany'H efforts to save
tho alliance through conflict may result
In Its destruction.
effect on conditions In the Unltod Btates.
It was the belief of officials closo to the
president that although prices of food
stuffs might go up In this country, gen
eral business conditions lesulttng from
the demaml for American productn abroad
Mould offset It.
The International relief boaid of tho
American Bed Cross today decided to
announce that the society would receive
and forwnrd contributions for leltef lo
the Austrian and Horvlan Bed Cross
societies, as designated hy contributors.
of Vice a Failure
CHICAGO, July 29. -"Segregation means
protected vice and corruption of offi
cials." Mayor Curter II. ilorrlson de
clared today at hiss fishing camp In
Michigan. Abandonment of the policy
ot segregation of tho social evil Is to ba
his policy In Chicago, he was reportod
as stating. The new standpoint marks
a radical change In the mayor's views
"I have reached tho conclusion." he
was' quoted today as saying, "that my
Ideaa of the vlco question havo been
wrong. I havo no hesitation now In sub
scribing to the general Indictment of the
segregation plan. Its worst aspect is the
corrupting Influence It exercises over the
entire law-enforcing arm of the govern
ment. Commercialized vice Is a crime,
and the only remedy Is repression. The
policeman who takes graft from pro
tected vice soon will be taking It from
pickpockets and burglars.
"Chicago Is through with the segre
gated vice Idea. We can never entirely
eliminate prostitution li any large city,
but we can drive It under cover and we
can make It unprofitable for those who
would capitalize the weakness of others.
Segregation I. a farce. The city cannot
go into part-ersli i with such a bust -
Mlt .. ' " " '
j (JVerCOatS and FUl'S
Worn in New York
NKW YORK, July .-Llght overcoats,
sweaters and even furs were much In
evidence on the streets und trains In
New York last night, and the tempera
ture, ot between 61 nnd 70 tgtees made
those persons who wore winter clothing
the envy of the summer-clad folk. Ac
cording to the weather bureau forecaster
yesterday was tho coldest July 28 since
Aurom Ilnltallnir Hunt.
AURORA, Neb., July I9.-( Special.)
During the storm li.st night the West
Side Meat market was burned. The
building, owned by Porter Isaacs, and
tmtenta owned Uy Mr. Iraar and J. W.
Auckermari. were entirely destroyed.
The supposition is that It was struck by
lightning. The building was Insured for
tl.COO and the contents for IPW-
Only Person Kifmpl Are Thoie
Who Took 1'itrt In Ovrrllirntr
uf Matlero General 7.i.
pnln Will Cn-Oprrntr.
WA81HNOTON, July .-General Car
rama and Provisional President Carba
jal havo agreed on a base for the arrange
ment of peace In Mexico, according to a
mefsoge received here today by joie Caa
tellot, personal representative of Carba
jal. Mr. Castellot showed Secretary Bryan
his latest advices from Mexico City,
which stated that General Vllleral and
Justice Allende, Carbajul'a two delegates
to Carranza, have been Instructed to
carry out In detail the general basis of
peace "already agreed on."
This waa Interpreted by Mr. Castetlot
to mean that through private channels
and through Regtnaldo Cepeda, advance
delegate ot the Carbajal government, now
with Oenerai Carrama, a definite under
standing has been reached for a peaceful
transter or the government at Mexico
City to the constitutionalists.
With respect to amnesty and guaran
tees, General Carranza, It la understood,
will promise Immunity to all except those
directly responsible for the overthrow of
Madero. Practically all those said to he
'guilty have fled from Mexico, and that
exception will not be opposed by the Car
It Is expected that within a few days
the Carbajal delegation will have worked
out the detnllH ot an agreement.
, Diplomats here expect that one uf the
rirst questions will be on recognising the
protocols signed at Niagara Kails be
tween the t'nltecl .States government and
tho I hunt a government. Approval of
those by the constitutionalists probably
would mean recognition by the United
States, Argentina, Brazil ttud Chile.
An ugroemcnt. by which Zapata's forces
are tu co-operate: with thn cunstllutional
tsts In i tutoring peace thruughout Mex
ico, has been ariatiHi'd by delegates at
Vera Cms, and now requires only the sis
natureH of Carranxa and COipata before
being inodo public.
A definite Idea ot General Villa's Inten
tions Is expected soon.
General I.auio Vlllar and David (1. Al
lende, rrovlstonul President Carbajal'e
delegates to treat with Oenerai Carraiua
in transfer of t lie Mexican government
to the consUtntlonallsts, will leave Vera
Crur today on tho steamer Mexico for
Tumplco, Consul Canada haw reported to
the Statu department
FOR GENERAL WAR
(Continued from Page One.)
of the exchequer, today made the finan
cially tranqulllclng statement In the
House of Commons that the Bank of
Kngland saw nothing In the preaent
financial situation, tp make It necessary
to call a meeting ot bankers to deal
With It. lf
llrltlth fleet Salt..
The state ot the stock market In !on
don showed that the situation was con
sldeied grave and the anxiety was added
to by the Issue of orders tu the British
fleet at Portland to sail for a destination
which was not revealed to the public.
In the meantime dlspatunes from Vienna
showed that the movement of the Aus
trian forces toward the Servian frontier
was proceeding steadily, but a strict cen
sorship concerning the intlltaty move
ments prevented tho exact destination ot
the troops from reaching the outside
world. All the Austrian and Hungarian
railways were taken over yesterday for
military truffle and transportation tor
tho general public was suspended.
Servlu. It was known, waa Just uh active
in moving Its troops. Strong forces wero
dispatched to thu fortified town of Val
yevo and Cxhttxa on "he Ito.nlan fron
tier and to Svllojnatx n the eastern part
ot the country, whll) ttrong divisions ot
volunteers iMtnforcV,) hy regulars were
gathering along Ots rH in l?ilna near
Losnltz on the Boinun ftontifr
Uantrutgru Gta Haav.
The Montenegrin were also making
pieparatlons and l.aj .-tntloned a brigade
with a mounted natury near PrlboJ,
where women were buty building earth
works, Herviati and Amt.-Ui .ivlutcri at the
s.'ine time were flying along the fron-
til l? trying to lomti the positions of the
As far as a genernl Kuropean ai Is
concerned, diplomats In Ixmdon, while
they confess tho situation to bo most
grave, consider thero Is hope of averting
a conflict so long as the .Vastro-Russtan
"conversations" continue nt St. Peters
burg. Another danger has arltn oTlng to the
uneasiness In Germany n the prepara
tions helnr made hy Russia along Its
frontier. Ordinarily, It Is pointed out,
Germany nnd Austria hav.i tho ulvar.
tage over Rusila In being able to ni'blllte
more quickly and they no lot with to
lose this advnntape.
Reports have com through from V!r nra
that the Russian Poles have organised a
revolution and Idswn up several maps
xlnes, but nu cn'ininitton of this pus
come to lutl trom ifti so'i-ces.
Batata aiobllttlna Army.
Paitlal mobilisation ot the Russian
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1,,..,. W.M or,riM, hv ,h
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.office last night, according to dlpatches
It Is argued In official circles that al-
though this action dangerously dimin
ishes the chances ot maintaining Euro
pean peace. It does not necessarily Imply
a rupture of relations between Austria
Hungary and Russia. The hope la still
expressed that some European power may
succeed In bringing about an understand
ing between those two states.
The present mobilization order alfects
only the Russian frontier contiguous to
Austria and not the German frontier. It
la confined to the military districts ot
Kiev, Odessa, Moscow and Kazan. Tho
peace footing of each of these districts
U four army corps, each numbering 10,000
men, or a total of 640,000 men. The com
mand to mobilize uoublea this total, so
that 1.2no,ooi men are affected by the
PHti: TALK KIIOM UUltl.lK
! Kulncr l.lLr .Moderate Altitude
I mimed li Ituttla.
1 BERLIN. July . Military activity on
(he Russian tide of the frontier Is con
firmed by many evidences which have
reached the ears ot German officials, bu
it was statW here today that no mobil
ization order had been Issued by the
Russian war office.
Private reports from the Russian fron
tier say distinct indications of HusMan
military activity have been noticed there.
The Russian regiment, which have been
moving forward to occupy such Important
strategic points on the frontier as Wlr
batten, Russian Poland have been served
out with 300 rounds of ammunition per
man, while hasty purchases of forage
have been mode for the cavalry.
A number of German regiments have
been moved toward the frotler. ns a pre
cautionary measure. The men wear the
new service uniforms and carry their
The German crown prince arrived at
l'otsdam toduy and a family council wan
afterward held In the new palace.
Tho emperor and empress, the crown
prince and the other prlnce.i of the Im
perial family were present. They con-'
ferred for an hour.
The North German Gazette, the official
organ of the German government, will
publish In Its evening edition the follow
ing continent on the International situa
tion. "The peaceful tone of the official Rus
sian communication issued yesterday
finds a lively echo here. The Imperial
government shares the wish of RuskU
for the maintenance ot peaceful rotations,
and It hopes the German people will
support It by maintaining a moderate and
GKIIMAN V AND ITALY ACTIVE
Aualrlu'a Friends Trying: t liocallr.e
Conflict. V1KNNA. July 29.-Germany and Italy
today continued their efforts to localize
the war declared yesterday by their ally,
Austria-Hungary, against Kervla, and the
efforts of all the Uuropean diplomats are
being directed toward the same end.
No further declaration has been le-
celved up to Oils morning from Russia,
and that country also had made no fresh
attempt to Intervene In the controversy.
The Russian umbassador to Austria-Hun-Italy,
however, conferred with Count
Leopold von Bcrchtold, Austro-Hungar-
lau foreign minister, but It la understood
tho Interview wan only for the purpose
ot obtaining Information. Nothing what
ever Is known horb ot the reported Inten
tion ot nussla to make a declaration of
neutrality , tit case Austria-Hungary
should renounce tho Idea of territorial
oxpanslon nt the expense of the Balkan
When the British ambassador litre
called on Count von Bcrchtold yesterday
to submit tho mediation proposal put for
ward by Sir Edward Orey, the British
foreign secretary, he was Informed that
the good Intentions ot Great Britain were
appreciated, but that war already had
Dispatches received here, dated War
saw, Poland, reported that several pow
der magazines explodod In that city on
Monday and that several bomb explosions
occurred In the principal postofflce, many
persona being killed or wounded,
Another telegram says the entlro cltadol
of Warsaw was blown up and that semi
official explanations declared the ex
plosions to have been caused by light
ning. The dispatch stated there was no
truth In the report that a revolution had
broken out among the Russian Poles.
GiniMA.V SOCIALISTS I. li AMR
Trirapii Culled In Miipiired Antl
AVnr Illot In Stuttgart.
STUTTGART. Wurtemborg, Germany,
Vluly 29. Socialist anti-war demonstra
tions In this city today led to such seri
ous collUslon between tho manlfestanta
and the police that tho authorities called
out tho troops to cope with the disturb
ances. The district where most of the
foreign legations are situated was sur
rounded by police guards, who were at
tacked with volleys of stonea by the peo
ple. Senate Committee
Will Hear Teddy
WASHINGTON. July 29. The senate
foreign relations committee today decided
to Inform Colonel Roosevelt, in response j
to his request lor a (tearing in opposition
to the treaty to pay Colombia K5,jro.wj
for the partition ot Panama, that he
would be heard whenever the committee
determined to take up the convention.
Senators said, however, that It was not
Lprobable that any further consideration
ot the treaty would be had at this session
WILL RUN FOR CONGRESS
DANVILLE. III.. July M.-Joseph Q.
Cannon, former speaker of the national
house, here today made formal announce
ment of his candidacy for representative
of tho Eighteenth Illinois congressional
district. His announcement reads in part:
"I had not sought the nomination and j
so told the committee, but after consults-;
tion 1 agreed to become a candidate, sub
ject only to the primary election to be
held on the 9th day of September. I
therefore formally announce my candi
dacy. It nominated I will make a vigor
ous campaign for my election. If another
republican shall be chostn I will make a
vigorous campaign for his election "
HU-liitril V. Child.. !
PHEN'ANDOAH. la.. July 29. (Special.) i
Rlrhard C. Chtlds, a veteran soldier !
from the Soldiers' home near Marion, '
Ind., died suddenly Saturday night at I
the home of his niece, Mrs. J K. Hughes. '
whom he was visiting ;
The most desirable furnished rooms are
l advertised In The Bee.
Get a nlre cool
rom tor the summer.
TROOP OF FKRVIAN CAVALRY, TUB
DUPARTMKNT OF TUB ARMY IN W
IIICH THAT COUNTRY PUTS ITS
GREATEST DEPENDENCE. EMP
EROR FRANCIS JOSEPH OF AUPTRI
A (LEFT) AND KINO PETER OF
VIENNA. July 29. With war declared
and Austrian armies rushing toward the
Servian border there Is every Indication
that the wnr will not only Involve Austria
nnd Servla. bit Germany and Russia as
well. If not France. England and Italy,
ervniH tieiermtneu stand against tne
Austrlnn demands for apology and
punishment of tho murderers and con
spirators who plotted to slay Archduke
Ferdinand, was the result of a reassur
ing telegram trom tho Russian capital,
believed to carry a promise of Russian
support. The czar's troops are reported
to be mobilizing on the Austrian bor
der In expectation of u geneial clash.
King Peter has fled from tho palaco at
Belgrade with' his court but the crown
prince is marshalling an army In a
desperate effort to save the capital trom
the Invading Austrians.
Clan Gordon No. G3 hold Its .an.
nual picnic at Krug park, August .
of our population have the necessary dental work done due to reasons: first, fear of
pain; second, lack of money. The first we have eliminated in our practice, the second
is made so reasonable that anyone can have dentistry done. If you haven't all cash.
Dr. It. V. llalloy.
BAILEY, The Dentist
706 CITY NATIONAL BANK BUILDING
a. Pio.Tr, cnovra OB
unison ixr owe day
Moyer Defends Acts
During Butte War
DENVER, Colo.. July .-Charles II.
Moyer, president of the Western Fed
eration of Miners. made a gen
eral defense of his conduct In connection
with the recent Butte labor war. in an
j address before the federation convention
today. The delegates resumed their dis
cussion of a report by a special commtt
teo which investigated various charges
against the president. The report waa
favorable to Moyer.
HARMAN RULES OUT
TRADE NAME OF VINEGAR
From a Staff Correspondent l
LINCOLN, July ID. (Special.) Food
Commissioner Ilarman han mn.lo n ruling
j against a Sluux City vinegar firm that the
I use of "First Prize'
as a name for their
product is unlawful, in that It Is a mis
representation. In a letter to the com
missioner tho firm udmlts that its prod
uct has never taken first prize and there
fore the ruling of the commissioner fol
lows. HEAVY RAIN TO NORTH
GREAT HELP TO CORN
SIOUX CITY, July 29.-A heavy rain
which fell In this section today will be
of great benefit to tho corn crop, which
was suffering as a result o the Ions
dry spell. At Mitchell, S. D., over an
Inch of water fell.
8 to 1
investigate our payment plan.
A Comfort to Have It Done
I was almost afraid to have a
Dentist do nny more work for rue,
because I had been hurt so cruelb
bofore. Out I can truthfully sa)
that the bridge and crown worn
finished today for me by Ilnlley
The Dentist, was all done, not only
without pain, but reasonable In
prlco. I want to add Just a word
about tho sanitation of this office
Everything white nnd clean. It Is
a comfort to have dentistry done
in such an office.
THOMAS 8. GRALOCH,
906 Hickory St.. City.
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