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THE BEE: OMAIIA. FRIDAY, JANUARY J, VJlo.
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; CHURCH AND ABBEY
Correspondent in Department of
Calais Describes Methods of
ATTACKS MADS IN THE ' RIGHT
-t Cre9 Forward Vmier tor
f Darfcataa Cat Wlr
TmthM Tha Taka at
rolat f Bayaact.
Uprising in Manila is Due to
Supposed Government Weakness
" MONT BAINTE LrOI, Dcprtmwt ot
I r t Calala, Franca, Wmlimday, te.
j . (Ilelayftd la TrDmlaion. German
j rtlllrjr tcxUjr aat bombarded at long
ranfa tba doubla towered church and the
fifteenth century abbey here, but without
doing (Teat d&mat e.
' Night attack have ' become the aole
wiMbod of making an adanca In this
underground war, aa all attempt to aa
i aantt tha pouitlooa In the day time fall
kefora the terrlflo rifle and machine gun
When night falli the aHiliery tiatially
reaara fire and all becoma momentarily
allent. Then begins the taak of relieving
the men In tha dug-out. Companlea and
battalion, which are about to take a turn
on tha filing line, warily approach tha
terpentine parallel leading to tha ad-
? vaneed trenchet.
Tba flrrt platooa advanor and make
lu tray through tha tig-sag aunken path
to a trench, out ot which the aoldter.
who hero been there In moit caae forty
eight hour, make an exit, covered with
mud from head to foot.
Ambulance men follow out of tha
ditches with the wounded borne on their
houldera, aa stretcher r unable to
paa through the narrow parallels.
Shortly after the operation of relief has
been completed, the new occupant ot
tha trenched, who have been refreshed
by a rct in tho rear, tart a movement,
-aerate Cat Wln-i,
A s'outtng party, generally composed
of five or six volunteers, loaves tba
t rem he to reconnollr. Bach mart Is
srmtd with a revolver and a rifle, a
bayonet and a pair of shear. Creeping
i fiat, they proceed In a direct Una to
i wards tha German trenches, thir move
ments being a slow and as silent as po
lilc. because the lightest n?l!te bring
forth a fiurlilade of bullets.
The men make their wills ant) hand
inem to their comrades before starting on
a daring exploit, as It is likely that soma
of tha soldiers will never return. Bcouts
oflm succeed In evading tha German
sentinels and cut the wire entanglement
in front ot the Gorman trenches, thus
J lew Captured Trearaes Are. Held,
Whan prisoners are taken by the Krei'h
tny are grouped tinder a guard at na
end ot tiio trench, while half ot the at
tacking force, with antrvtx'htng tools,
tirepating tha way for a general attack
(efora dnwn. Thoae left ot them return
tj the alllta trenches and mak a report
of tha reeult of their operations. Then
a whispered command passes along and
a company clambers out and makes Its
way rrouchlngly In an advance. If tha
-onfany reaches tha vicinity of tha Ctar
man position without discovery and be
fore tba opiiosing machine guns caa ba
brought Into play tha men leap Inta and
capture tha trench at tho point of tba
hurriedly build up an earthen shelter at
the rear of tha captured trench and
oitdatee the position against a possible
muuur at tick. Tha other half ot tho
forco cpns fir on the Germans In the
iet Una ef trenches. A gain of sonus
tlines fifty and sometimes 100 ysrd is
ri:a-J Sn tJ-.l way during tha night.
you ns; aoldlKr ruing tor the first time
Srto th trenches dr Isre that th worH
1 extremely anervattng, but they sooo
cxw'-me accUHtomed to their surround
lng. Their excitement when leaving tha
trenches to attack the Germans soon re
solves itself, they say. Into a pecutlsr
CKlmness. Each soldier, when ha aew
his opponents, appear to select the man
who apparently is making directly tor
him with a weapon. lie takes steady aim
with bis rifle and If ha misses ha dashes
fnrwsjd and engages hi man In personal
WASHINGTON1. Dec 21. -Private dis
patches from Manila, saying tha recent
disturbances In th Fhlllppina Islands,
though dangerous, were Insignificant ra
accomplishments, wars Uld today before
th senate commit! r considering th
Phlllpptn tndependeoe bili by Dea C.
Worcester, former aacretary ot th in
terior of tha Mis ads. The dlspatohes
ram ' yeaterday from Mr. Woroester'i
friend, P. O. McDonnell, a Manila editor,
and for their accuracy Mr. Worcester
vouched to ' th eemraittee. Th dis
"Oeneral Commander Corrsgldor de
nies th rumor regarding disarming et
scouts. Mob In botanical gardan scat
tered by tha pollcs before th ttm set
for uprising. Arrostad twenty bolo men.
Movement wide- Quit well organised.
PJcarto oonnacted with them.
."Draatio measure required t -prevent
It from spreading. It la generally be
lieved tha disturbance . Is being In
fluenced by widespread Idea ot govern
ment weakness. BeJttlon not suppressed
because of a wrong .interpretation of
promise of administration In circulation
by politicians among Ignorant masses.
Foreigner apprehensive. Great many
hav applied for firearms permit. Im
possible to do anything , to corroborate
many facts.. Witness sir .forbidden to
glv Information. Government will not
allow us to see documents seized by
army. Uprising Insignificant iu accom
plishment, but dangerous on account of
potential agitation of lowest class.
"Similar to ISM. Have arrested men In
Manila. Main leader hav not been ap
prehended.' Communication Matured In
dies ting American were to be attacked,
Property to be confiscated or destroyed.
Thar I no videnoe that property-own
ing native are Involved Absolutely no
Americana connected with uprising.
"(Signed.) r. Q. M'DONNELJk"
A phnaa, "hav Issued arm to civil
employes." contained In tha original dis
patch was eliminated by Mr. McDonnell
In a lster message, and Mr. Worcester
told the commute he believed th state
ment cancelled was untrue.
IH AUSTRIAN CITIES
Dispatches Report Serious Demon"
strations in Six Provinces of
. Dual Monarchy,
THIETT WOraPID IS VIENNA
Mora Bsssihatt Dlslarhstaon Said
to Bet af Dally Oeeararsew la
rests 1st aariet.
1X)ND0N, Dec. ai -Th Dally Chronl
cls's Basel, Bwitserland, correspondent
forwards dispatch received Trora vari
ous parts of Austria-Hungary purporting
to show that rioting against th war I
occurring In !x province of the dual
monarchy. In th dispatches It la alleged
that peace manifestations lu Vienna
wer suppressed by th police. ' w ho
charge, lb crowd, wounding thirty per
son ind arreatlng a Urge number of
Even mors emphatic disturbance are
of dally occurrence in Budapest, accord
ing to th dispatches, and similar reports
ii&vs been received from Prague, Tran
sylvania, Agram and Dalmatian coast
Th dispAtchea say there w a panic
In 0ara)vo, capital ef Bosnia, over th
advanc of th Servian, and that a
hundred alrcste hav taken plac her in
connection with a revolutionary plot.
SERYIA PLANS TO
Movement is. Intended to Secure
- Freedom for the Slav Subjects
of Francis Joseph.
CEOWN PBISCE TEAISES TE00PS
to ThrOae, la Address to Bis
nay, . ay There , la If t am
Eaesay Now thm Sail . .
Iluss Bring Down
Plane Loaded with '
Food for Przemysl
I'KTKCXiRAD, iec. l.-Vla lxndon )
-it.o KuMlans liu sre besieging the
tiall lan furtrrss of Prsemysl yesterday
VrouKht down an Austrian btplsn which.
lying from the Carpathians, was at-
tftitliig to reach the city. The pise
t s th6 blplaite usually occupied by a milt
. rf vtiK-rver. was filled with boxes and
t i of cannt-d food.
i'trxtnysl, en of the must Important
i iir r.ola of GaliriK. has been under
." ty tiie Huaslans for several weeks,
ani tt lias t-ttn reportel thst th Aus-
ti.u.!: JtftiuJtrs of the fortress are suf
t. rli jr from Uuk of food. Rept-rt from
'-nua sources stated, however, that
..ire wers In 1'nemysl foc supplies suf
i .1. it ttr a tar.
Arizona Goes Dry
at Midnight; Big
Rush for Liquors
PHOKNIX. Arlt.. X U.-ArUosS'S
constitutional prohibition amendment
characterised a th moat drastlo In the
country, will go In la affect at midnight
tonight Mors than 00 saloons and ten
wholesale liquor establishments will go
out of business. On brewery also will
close, and th nly remaining on will
niauuf&uur "2 per ctct" or "nar Uer."
Many of th saloons affected ara lo
cated in clUe and towns on th border.
These wiu merely tuove across th trt
tnto Mexico, where thry hav already
A number of saloon men la th central
and northern portion ot th Stat hav
traded their atock. said to be worth at
least 11,000,006, to private individual, who
111 hold them pending the outcome of
tha appeal to the supreme court of th
Vnttsd Btates against th recent refusal
of tha federal tribunal at Lo Angeles
to grant an lalunetlon staying the ex
ecution ef th prohibition amendment.
All day today th saloons and liquor
bouse did a rushing business" With cus
tomers who desired to lay In a aupply
ef liquid against a long dry spell.
New York Much
Less Last Year
NEW YORK, Dec. Immigration
through tha port of New York for Vlt
fell off to th extent of t'A.ilO persons, or
46 per cent, a oompand with 1913, ao
ordlcg to figure comfdled by tho com
missioner of immigration, and mad pub
lie today. . , ,
During arrivals numbered 1.S30U
persons, of whom 1.168,993 were aliens
and T70.021 wer returning American cltt
In 1911. arrival wer only 733.WH, ot
the 673,(74 wer alien and 1S9.K2S were
Qittsent. ; ;
Immigration statistics show, that th
number 'of departing alien was greater
by 17,111 than last year. During 1U
there left New Tork on steamships bound
for foreign ports a total of SUl.COS per.
sons; duslng 1U4 departures were US.SSfl.
During last July, just before the out
break of war, arrival at Nw Tork wer
t0,&M egnlnct IOC, during July, 1913.
June shows the greatest loan for any
ruonth of th year, th record tor that
month. In 191S being 1M.C90 aliens and 11.279
citlsena. while, in June, 1914, (7.118 alien
and 10,(90 cltlsens reached port.
Immigration officials and representav
tlvs of th Immigrant aid societies ex
plain the failing off in the immigration
aside from the war, which U the chief
factor, as being due to th curtailing of
work: In the United Bute to an effort
en th part of foreign countries to re
strict immigration by providing work at
home and bettering th condition of their
PARIS, Dec SL "The Servians will
not march on f arayevo," said Dr. M. R.
Vesnltch. the Servian minister to Franca,
according to a statement by him pub
lished here. "They will penetrate either
to Byrmla, the eastern-moat county of
Blavonia, Hungarla, by way of Semlln or
Ban at, a region ot southern Hungary, by
way ot Panosova. - -
"The Invasion of Bosnia and Rersego
vlna, populated by Blavs and which are
destined to become Servian, would leave
the Hungarians indifferent. An invasion
of Hungary, however, especially if mad
by way of the region north of the Danube
would greatly Increase the apprehension
now reigning In that country. t
"The Servian troop are now amply
provided with ammunition and supplies."
' Eaemles DrVreav from Servta.
PARIS, Deo. SI. An edtlreea delivered
by Crown Prince Alexander ot Eervla.
commander-in-chief of the Servian army,
to his troop I srlven In a dlpntch from
Nlah t the Havaa Agency..
"Five month have passed sine On
enemyt attacked our beloved country,"
said the crowd prince. "Although we had
been tried by two glorious but difficult
wars, w awaited th attack manfully and
heroically. After having . defeated the
enemy one a Tser and Jadar, we hav
by bloody and glorious combats delivered
a blow harder than any thai they have
Inflicted on us' to the present Thousands
Of prisoners,, hundreds of cannon aftd im
mense amount of booty, which we hav
captured, bear 'witness to' the enemy's Be-
feat and our glory.
"Soldiers, I am proud to announce that
not one, of the enemy is now on Servian
territory. We have xpelled him and put
him to flight. In this solemn moment
when upon our proud Belgrade the flag
of victorious Bervta file. 1 desire before
all to give reoognttlon to your valor. "
The prinoe then eulogises his men, com
paring them with the ancient heroee who
brought glory to Servian arms.
"Tho snd of this gigantic combat is now
In sight although not yet achieved," he
continued. "Then will come , peace
worthily crowned with victories for our
grand rVtrvia. Our country will be greater,
more powerful end happier than ever.
For that my heroes, Servta will b
grateful to you.' . '
r " r- rc
u o urriuc nLiUrid
?,D5,nLY FIFTEEN HUNDRED
J U Oikflt I'- ill dis aiwiuti report
t I:i!,ie-tur VI ;gl,t kli3 Inefcttlies
m ,i li st his Of fi tua ibllected H0 1S,
thst fm.-s hi l e- paij h to pulle
sjuo'ii.tjng to J. w. aliltb, with
v t-.i',mtin tax iln-ti-t. biitsgs the
. ... i 1 1 i . .. . tur I t':. !tm.
Locks Self in Home
XVhlle trying U locate the origin of
some smoke which was filling her home,
Mr. C IS. Klassen, KS6 Ohio street ran
Into th basement after telephoning for
th fir department and unconsciously
looked herself In by closing a door with
a spring lock. When the firemen arrived
they found th nnfortunat woman In
th' basement badly frightened. The
bias did not amount to much and
IXS ANGELEt. Cel.. Dec 14.. Charles
H. Randall, congressman-elect from, the
Jvlnth. California district set aut rest
today speculation 'as to whether he is a
democrat or a prohibitionist by Issuing
a statement declaring himself a prohibi
tionist the first of that party to tab
seat in the national house of represena
tlvea He said en of his first acta
would be to Introduce a drastlo prohibi
tion bill making: it unlawful for liquor
to be imported, manufactured, sold or
given- away In the United State.
At th election In November Mr. Ran
dall' nam was on both th prohibition
and democratic tickets.. ,
BIG BELGIAN LINER :
LAUNCHED AT BELFAST
BFTLFAisT. Ireland, lc. Sl.-(Vla Lon
don.) The steamer Bdgentant built by a
local firm for the P-d Star line, we
launched her today. It baa a displace
raent of JJ.0.0 tons and I th largest
vessel ever built for Balglan service. It
ill have' accommodation tor t.OUO paa-
sengera sad aa soon as conditions permit
it will ply between Antwerp and New
OMAHA BOY CABLES PARENTS
FROM FRENCH BATTLEFIELD
Dr. Karl Connell, who I in northern
France at the head ef a corps of army
physicians, bas cabled hi father. W. J.
Connell of Omaha, telling the parent that
he coull hear firing ot heavy artillery
in the distance. The message was in the
way of a yuletld greeting to relatives
Keep It ltaady for MBeaauMUas,
I'M t suffer and try to wear out your
rheumat'ein. eVloan's Uxilmtnt goes
rsht te th spot, kills the pain. S&e. All
"THE STORE OF TOE TOWN"
King k Co.
May This Be
Your Merriest New Ycar.p
W hope everybody who has done business 7
with us this year has found it profitable, the Q
goods satisfactory, our service agree&ble- And
we're hoping we'll be here twenty-five years W.
more to extend you just aa warm a greeting.
rtal Now On
Jan nary Clearance'
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CEO. T. WILSOM, Maaajer. .
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We wish to thank you for
the evidence of good will
which has prompted you to
patronize us daring the past
year and assyre you that
we will exert every effort to
merit a continuance of your
patronage during 1915.
Wc wish you a very
, . . . . r-
Happy New Year
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Profit by the Big Savings In
' THE REX ALL DRUG STORES
JAN. OALENDAR SALE
31 Spsehfc, end Then Sens! Allen Sale at All 4 Stores Friday and Saturday
Here's the key to it and it's sure the key of economy. There is an item below to
correspond to the number of each day in the month. . We've picked out something ex
traordinary at each particular price and . cat the price extra deep. And now we an
nounce that each and every one of the THIRTY-ONE ITEMS mentioned ia the little
squares below will go on special sale Friday and Saturday. Read 'em all it will pay you;
Make a New Year's resolve that you will hay your Drugs and
loilet Articles at the Sherman & mcConnell Stores where
you can "Save Time and Money
1Q1S ' JANUARY ; 1915
SUN. MON. TUES. WED. THURS. FRI. , SAT.
v , '" ' , ' Genuine Emery
Orange Wood 'Boards, '
AT ALL FOUR STORES jp
Any kind of One One rxwnd Any loo lOe Tooth -Jb'. Pur Several
to Chewlnar mound Kpeom Cisrer In Brushes Rock Klndn of
Oun, Copperas Plta our Case ,r nt ,Canly 25e Soap
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J5e Lasell's tSc Kennedy te Senna t&o Bwlft'e 15c Allen's 2So JBo
' Toiiet LAXatlva Uver tills EuchaJitrees Fot 'Jeas" ' "Kver-i weet"
Powder Oouirh Bvrup for Boan Kuse Tttlcum Ieodoriser
it itc m w 'W.w w.
' tie 35e SSc ' JSo Sfc 6 c Rlerera tSo bottle
Cutioura Initial Tooth Brush, French Rice Casrurta Perfumes bay P.unt
Sc-ao Statlonerr for Podera for rer m. for .
tr W W W Mc 2g
SOo Forty kinds SOe Lablache EOo 1 dos kinds SOo Pomolan S9c
Pr. Charles' Malt F.xtraot . Toilet Creiue too Per f unite Masssjie Hair
1eah Kood 1 bottles Powder Maruulse rer oa. ":ram Brush
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V Itch liuel ' I I
for I I
Sil' Oraajna's Leading Prescription Drug Stores
icrnan.S oSonncSFs 4 OcKall Drug Store
SriMlW ) MoOOIIILIi MU CO lath and 3odre Bts.
I.01AJU yAaftsuci, i.uyal Muvi ftiock. Hon Isth st.
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