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EFFORT TO PRAISE
Resolution by E. E. Howell Com
mending United States Senator
for Munitions Bill Changed
1 Through Quinby.
WILSON AND BRYAN PRAISED
Upper Chamber Bemembers Party
Leaden in Spite of Resolution
' ' Omitting Them.
ACTION BY MAJORITY OF ONE
LINCOLN, Jap. .-(8pccial.)-J. Laurie
Qulnby again today proved & thorn In
'the aide of Douglas county democracy,
when Tie secured the amendment of a
resolution tn the senate introduced by
K. FX Howell, that gave full endorse
ment of United States Senator Ultch
ock's bill opposing furnishing arms and
munitions of war to the belligerent
countries' of Europe and omitted men
tion of natonlal party leaders.
iHr3?keVE2u,l-..-M.c.,K ...m m m mm
As altered by the senate "by a vote of
10 to 15, President Wilson and Secretary
Bryan were commended and permanent
disarmament was urged and the effori
of the ' Douglas contingent to give a
thrust at the Nebraska cabinet mem
ber and the chief executive was foiled.
. Senator Howell's resohitoln com
mended Senator Hitchcock upon the bill
Introduced in congress opposing .furnish
ing of arms and munitions of war to the
' beligerent countries of Europe.
Qulnby was quick with an amendment
commending President Wilson and Secre
tary of State Bryan and urging perma--
, nent disarmament.
Matte of Otoe, while favoring the reso
lution and the amendment In the main.
'. did not like the clause, .which said, "we
are not in sympathy with the belelgerent
nations." He. .wanted the resolution
printed, and placed on the desks of -the
members, but his motion to that effect
was lost. . .
' '.Qulnby of. Douglas,' Sandall of York
and . Beal of Custer," buret forth in elo-t
quenoe on the Hitchcock' resolution.
- .' Vote is Claaa. -The
Qulnby amendment-ws adopted by
by a vote of is to 15,-Bedford, Burham,
(Gates. Grace, Henry, Howell, Mattes,
filler,' Robertson. Wcesner, both Wil
sons, .and Wink, democrats, voting against
it with Saunders "and tfplrk, republicans,
' On (he finalf passage ot the resolution
j the rote stoo:
JVwBedford, Brookley, Buhrraan. Byg
land, Gates, Grace, Henry, Howell, Krum-
bach, JlaUes. Filler, tjuinby. Weesner,
"both "Wilsons, Wink, democrats,- and
Iahner, Bandall aad Spencer,- repub-Ucans-l.
. Against Beal, Robertson,' democrats;
'Buahee, Douthett, Hoagland, Kleehel,
'Wallery. MarshAll, Bounders, 'Shurbwoy.
jplrk,"- Rttden,'. repubHcane-iW; . . v
.o. . the President. '' '; .:
.Qulnby thought the'resoiutlon was" em
barrassing . ta. Pretiident -Wilson and his
amendment was Intended to cover the
embarrassment TidH" thought the
.amended rtsolutlon was Irttended to take
I away credit from Senator Hitchcock for
'introducing the bill. Bear thought that
l if the' bill had, been Introduced before the
'war started it would have been all fight,
1 but now was no time to pot into effect
Kohl and Dodge were absent this aft
1 ernooa and paired on the Hitchcock reso
lution., but it Is understood that Kohl
Was for it and Dodge against.
Proposed Made in
PlTTSBltROIt.'Pa..' Jan. t.'-The "Made
in America exhibit, to have been held in
Carnegie Institute here, has been can
celled by the Art Society Of Pittsburgh.
Its sponsor, ' because ' it was declared
American manufacturers feared to let the
country know their wares were made in
the United States.
The small number of articles presented
for exhibition caused-the society to seek
the resson and brought from one Im
portant manufacturer the admission that
he Aid. not wish the fact spread abroad
.that Tpls products, were not made' in
Europe' because of the "popular, though
'.erroneous' impression that European man
ufactures ar superior." Other manufac
turers ars said to have taken the same
lew:! . - -.- .'
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Lowest yesturday ...... 2 n -4 15
Mean temperature K M 1 VI
Precipitation .18 .00 .08 .?
Temperature and precipitation depar
ture from the normal: .
Kormal tempt-ratuj .
Excess for the dy :
Total excess since March 1 sod
imu precipitation 02 inch
r.xeeea lor me air.: Winch
7'otal ralnfsll sln- March 1..2J.fii inches
reficlency since March I 1 i.
lieficlency for cor. period. 11-13 . t.l Inclms
Deficiency for cor. perj1, 9V. 4.10 inches
Rpra tross atatloas at T P. BI.
eutto'n and State Temp. High- Italn
of Weather. 7 p. in. t4lil
Cheyenne, clear ,...30 (if
U'avenpert. cloudy : :w .''."4
r-'wiwr, rtear , 3
I Moines, cloud v i
Dodge City, clear I
h.'orh Platte. cUar 'Z!
Omaha, clr .' X)
tiaiii-1 City, rtear 38
ftux City, iart clou ty &
Vaientlne, clear W
Indhates bolow zero.
, T Inaicatea trare of prmdpilatlon.
U A. WtLU. Ical forecaster.
WITH THE ALLIED ARMIES IN THE WEST Belgian
lookout ia the flooded district of Flanders, showing the
barb-wire entanglements used to check rushes.
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AMENDMENTS STAY .
Eff6rt to Have Joint Session Order
Those with Majority Vote Carried
Fails of ; Purpose.
MOTION RULED OUT OF ORDER
i '. (From a Staff . Correspondence.) "I.
. IJXCOIJ;,. Jan. . -(Special Telegram.)
Ruling a out of order, a motion by
Quinby of Do u Bias in Joint session of the
legislature asking that the tax amend
ment, the Jury s mend ment and the salary
amendment 4re' declared ' carried because
they received a majority of votes cast
upon thcih, Lieutenant Governor McKel
vle, who was presiding, put a quietus on
an effort to Incorporate these proposi
tions Into the constitution.
rThe poitjt Of Order of Barret of Doug
las that the Joint session could not de
clire' carried anything the cannsslng
board had declared had received Insuffi
cient veges termlmiled the matter.
To Avoid ConatKatloa. '
' The action wis undertaken to offset if
possible the constitutional' provision that
an amendment must jeoeive a majority of
votes cast at . the general election, . and
not only g majority cast upon the prop
ositions themselves. .-...,.
'Qulnby later -in. the senate session
sought to have a motion passed calling
upon, the attorney general to begin pro
ceed II ms to test the ruling ot the can
vassing, board, on the .amendments, but
it was showed under, only four senators
voting for Jits motion, Messrs, , Sandall,
Saunders and Splrk besides, himself.
In -Joint . session ail votes cast I at tjie
last election were, canvassed and - the
state officers wer declared 'elected.'
Qulnby'a motion In Joint session , to have
the three amendments declared ' carried
was seconded by .Moclett of ' Lancaster j
and yulnny then addressed the conven
tion. In. favor of the 'resolution,'' saying1
that as each amendment received, a. ma
jority of votes csst on (ton proposition
all should be declared csrrled. . , r ' s
Lahlkanof" Greeley desired ' to- have
(Continued on Pa;e Two, .Column. Two.)
Must-Pay Money' to'
OKLAHOMA CITY,-Ok!., Jan. .-More
than fMO.OOO, which the state of Oklahoma
has contended . is due tho depositors'
guarantee, fund, was held a Just debt by
the state supreme fourt here yesterday.
The ruling means that the debt Is col
lectable from more than 100 state banks,
which have sought to escape 'payments
of assessments to the fund by national
isation prior to li'U The court held that
such action did not free state banks from
liability to the guarantee fund Incurred
while they or era ted under the state laws.
Want Law. for Pi M.
Memorial Day Games
HASTINGS. Neb.. Jan. (Special Tel
egram President Mills of the State
3ase Vail league said there Is some agi
tation for an amendment to sn existing
statute to permit the playing of base ball
gsmes In Nebraska on Memorial day
! after ,2 p. m. Memorial day games are
j prohibited by "the present law. A bill for
! the proposed amendment has been drawn
' and a ill be In'rodrfced in the legislature.
' Tfie Aponiiors dcflcare that as' Memorial
day ly a holiday and as the Grand Army
ot the . Republic decoration ceremonies
practically everywhere are held In the
morning the' people should be permitted
to witness base ball la the afternooib
DEALERS MUST BE
IN LOCAL CLUBS
Rathhurn Tells Implement Men They
Must Trust Each Other if They
.Are to Succeed. . '
MUST- JOIN ALL THEIR ISSUES
t "You wlil either get Injo tha local' clubs
or you will-quit doing bualness aa an
Implement man," prophesied F. T. Rath
bum of Springfield. O.. secretary, of tha
Tri-State Vehicle "und Implement Dealers'
association, in addressing the Mid-West
Retall Implement Dealers' association at
the Auditorium. "There are, no two
ways about It. It Is. necessary that tha
implement dealers in a community know
each other and quit fighting." ,
' This came as a climax to a long paper
He said often the lack' of a local club
and local oo-oeratlon Is due to lack ot
acquaintance among the ' competitors.
"In one place where I went to help or-
ganlze a club,'.', ha said, "I had the i
pleasure of Introducing two, local com-'
petitors ; who had done business In tha
same township for fifteen 'year and had
I ,M'l Tmt llstk otktr,
Heurged'that tile dealers learn to trust
each other and. take, the word of one an
other as to whaVthey were doing, rather
than the. word of, the man who came In
and told them what offers the other fel
low was making them.-The. aid and co
operation of. the traveling men in "the
territory,' he insisted, Is a necessity If the,
Iocs I' clubs are' to be a-success.' He, cited
(Contlued on Page 'Five. Column-Two.) i Mr., Wilson, accompanied by Secretary
' ' . ; , -; Tumulty ' and Dr. C. T.' Orayson, will
. - . , !j reach Indianapolis shortly after 1
WflT H P.0,lTTIft flf Pfl'TIR' 'o'clock Friday afternoon. They wilt go
, cNow Loosenifag.up
' , . . . ' ' ,
J PARIS,; Jan. 1 (3 a.' m.) The military
situation Is now. so-satisfactory hat the
government aa begun gradually te relax
ther-rtaors .of .the war realm, for PaVts-
Jans. By. . decree Alexandre MUlerand,
minister of war, has declared ' that uis
antre licsed camps of Pstis. with the ex
cepton'of ,the' district of Pootoise, is no
longer 'Included m the' sone of operations,
and' Louis J. Malvy, .minister of the In
terior, now permits bskera o make fancy
bread. a practice ' forbidden since au-
Secretary and Mrs. -
. 'McAdoo Start East
i . -
'8AN FRANCISCO, Jsn. (.-Becretary
Of the Treasury William G. McAdoo and
Mrs -I McAdoo left San Francisco today
on their return to the esst. Their flrit
stop wilt be, at the grand canyon of Colo
rado, (tecretary and Mrs. McAdoo camo
lo San Francisco 'from San Diego, Cel.,
where the secretary represented Presi
dent Wilson at the opening of ths Panama-California
exposition, January 1.
While In this city they were entertslned
by officials ot the Panama-Pacific ex
position. Inauguration Will
n.Kfi K ftfift ar. Nnnn i
l From a Staff Correspondent)
LINCOLN, Jan. (.8peclal Telegram )
Inauguration of atate officers will take
place at noen tomorrow before a Joint
session of' the senate and house In the
house. Governor Morehead will read his
message' and a reception will be bad at
the executive mansion la tha avealog.
AND FOES WEAKER
Field Marshal Tells Lords Confed
erates Are Increasing Their
. Resources All the
NO DEARTH OF OFFICERS NOW
War Secretary Declares Difficulty of
! Securing Supplies and Equip
! ment is Overcome.
fPRAISE FOR BRITISH SOLDIERS
! IJNDOX. Jan. .-War "ecretary Lord
Kitchener seised the occasion thla af-
trrnoon at the meeting of the House of
I Ur's to Inform the nation of the pro-
grfss of the war and of the military
, situation so far as military exigencies
! permitted. The House of Iords had re-
! asuemblej fur a brief session. Address
ing It Lord Kitchener said:
"During the month of December the
allied forces made prosresa at various
point.', but the tide of battle ebbed and
flowed with varying aucress.
"in srlfc of the unfavorable weather,
the French army made noteworthy pro
gress to the east of Rhelma and in south
'"Notwithstanding the transfer of Ger
man troopa to the. eastern theater of the
war, they left sufficient strength to hold
their trenches tn the west.
"German aspirations in Poland have
suffered a severe check, and It Is evident
that they realize the infinite difficulty of
winter operations in '.Russia. ,
"One of the brightest spots in the mili
tary operations during December has
been the extraordinary achievements of
the gallont Servian army.
Raaslaa Vfrtorr In Caaraaas.
'Xset night we received news." Lord
Kitchener declared, "of a Russian vic
tory in the Caucasus which should have
a fsr reaching Influence on oil the Turk
"The much talked of advance of Turk
ish force against Enypt up to the prea
ent lias failed to materialize," Lord
Kitchener continued. "The situation in
South .Africa has undergone a most
jaclcomed change, General Botha having
mn'iiro ine muusry miuaiion in a mas
terly manner and stamped out the rebel
lion. The result has given us great con
fidence in the future ' success of any
operations he may undertake."
Lord Kitchener praised the coolness
and courage of the people of Scarborough,
Whitby and Harttapools during the, re
cent German naval raid . on tha east
coast, and said that no military advan
tage can be ' gained by these wanton
Allies laereasc Resoaroes.
The householders' canvass thus far baa
resulted In the registration of 118,000 mc4
who are . willing to serve. If called upon,
the war secretary said. He continued:
- ''The great advantages'. which Germany
enjoyed by reason of rts superiority of
numbers and extensive war preparations
and men sre Imbued with one com
mon thought preparing themselves aa
thoroughly and rapidly as possible to
take part In the field, where I am sure
they will worthily support their comrades
"Our troops tn the field have been sub-
(Continued on Page Five, Column One.)
; Today for Jackson .
; Day Talk in Indiana
WAPHINGTOjr, Jan. ".-President Wil
son will leave Washington tomorrow
night to deliver in Indianapolis Frldsy
his first purely political speech since he
became president. He will appear at a
public Jackson day celebration arranged
by the Indianapolis Democratic dub.
The president's friends expect his speech
to be directed principally toward assist
ing the ready passage through congress
of the administration's legislative pro
gram. Including tha ship purchase bill.
he Philippine bill and several conserva
! for lunch and to rail on Senator Kern's
' 14-year-old son, who recently underwent
a serious operation.
th neting In' Tomllnson hall
! th president will attend a public recep.
j tlon lvrn br th InJIn Democratlo
club- He will leave Indianapolis for
Washington Immediately after tha recep
tion. Heafey Chairman of
the Water Board
The Omaha Water . board reorganised
at the meeting yesterday afternoon by
electing P. C. Heafey chairman x 9 F. D.
Wead. vice chairman. C M. Wllh'-n and
C. R. Sherman, re-elected last fall as
board members, succeeded themselves.
The reorganisation of the board fol
lowed an all-day session, the old board
sitting as a board of equalization, eqtial
latltg tha assessment for mains laid dur
ing the last half of last year.
Tho new board spent half an hour al
lowing 1411a formerly presented. No new
business wss considered aside from the
proposition to Install aa electric lighting
plant In tha Poppleton avenue pumping
station. This will cost about SHOO and the
power to rua the lights will come from
ths engines that do tha pumping of the
Will Sue Anyone '
. CallingHim "Jake"
HASTINGS, Neb., Jan. a (Special Tel
egram.) Robert Thomas Dressier, fur
niture dealer, today served- formal notice
through the newspapers - that he will
prosecute anybody, calling blm "Jske,"
the nickname by which he has been pop
ularly known during his thirty years'
residence lii Hastings. Fur such an of
fense, ha says, be will sue for from S6.QQD
to S3.000 damage. ,
Engineers Propose to Take the
Roof Off the Rock Island Syst em
CHICAGO. Jan.- 1 A promise to ' take
the roof off the Rock Island railroad,
system and give all a peek at what is
the matter with It.' was made here to
day at the weatern railway wagi arbi
tration proceedings. The promise waa
made by Warren 8. Stone, representing
the Brotherhood of locomotive Engi
neers, In the oourse of the testimony of
W, J. Lauck, a statistician.
Lauck continued the recitation begun
yesterday of tables dt-sTgned to show
that the productive efficiency of rail
road engineers and firemen Inss Increased
while their earnings show an actual de-
French Official Report Tells of
Minor Engagements from Al
sace to the Sea.
GERMAN TRENCHES ARE TAKEN
PARIS. Jan. .-(3:10 p. nO-An official
statement was given out In Paris this
afternoon as follows:
"In Belgium the enemy delivered, but
without success, two attacks In the re
gion of the dunes and to the. southeast
ot Ht. Georges. .
"On the rest of the front, to the north
of the Lye and from the Lys to the
Olse, there has been nothing except artil
"In the valley of the Alsne end In the
sector of Rhelms our batteries gained
the upper hand over those ot the enemy,
reducing them to silence. At a point
northwest of Rhelms It Is reported that
certain of our troops have made an ad
vance of about 100 yarda.
Treaekea Are Retskea,
"In the Argonne there developed a spir
ited action, which permitted us to rotake
) "yards of trenches' In the forest of
La Grule at the ssme place where there
was recently a slight giving way, as pre
viously reported. - From lingatelle and
from Fontaine Madame there were de
livered two violent German attacks, each
nf whlnh was twnulMrl A rftin nlat fll.
man regiment was engsged In each mov
"Near - the ravine of Courte chaussee
we blew up by exploding a mine 800 yards
of trenches, half of which we subse
"From tha Argonne to the Vosges bad
weather has continued. . There Is - fog
and mud. At different points along this
front there have beeen fairly spirited
artillery exchanges. In the forest ot La
Pretre, near Pont-a-Mouieon, have
continued .to gain ground.
"In the region ot Thann (in upper Al
sace , In spite of a violent cannonading,
we retained the gains achieved the night
before at Stelnbgch, as well. as. In ths
trenches to tba southwest and" to the
northwest at thla village. TheV enemy
succeeded In reoccupylng one of his for
mer trenches on the eastern flank ot
nesrby height, tha summit of which, how
ever, remains In our possession.
, "It should be set forth that in Argonne
near tha ravine of Courts Chauasee at
the point where we blew up the German
trenches, the attacking regiment com
manded by Lieutenant Colonel Garibaldi
delivered a vigorous attack against the
breach made by the explosion. The Ital
ians captured 130 prisoners. Including
twelve under officers, and took one ma
chine gu and one calxson. The chief
adjutant of this regiment, Constsntine
Garibaldi, brother of Lieutenant Colonel
Garibaldi, was killed during this attack."
1 Becomes Epidemic,
in Vera Cruz City
WASHINGTON, Jaa. a-Blsck smallpox
has broken out at Vera Cms and tha
tropical town Is In the throes of an epi
demic, American Consul Canada today
reported to the ft ate department.
Carloads of dead and wounded . front
tha battle of lliebla were being brought
In today. The consul's only Information
from Carranza sources was that Villa
Zapata forces troops had been defeated
Rear Admiral Howard, commanding
tha American squadron on tha west cosst
ot Mexico, today reported conditions fa
vorablsr at Ban Bias, where he had benn
Instructed to protect a Germsn colony
st the request of the German embassy
here. He has withdrawn the gunboat
Minneapolis to llsnxanlllo, but orderod
the cruiser Raloigh to stand off Kan
Bias. Tha town is In the possession of
tha Villa forces, who have been Juintd
by the C&rransa garrtsou.
Two Millions in
Gold Deposited for
' France in New York
NEW YORK, Jan. t.-Vor account of
Die Bank of France. Lasard Frercs today
deposited with the First Nstlonal bank of
this city 12.000,000 In gold bars, recently
taken fioin the asssy office.
This unique transaction, which Is ssid
to be the first of its kind so far ss the
Bank of France Is concerned, is a direct
outcome of the foreign financial situation.
The banking house which represents the
Bank ot France declined to state whether
additional deposits would be made. In
effect this operation constitutes the es
tablishing of a credit In this country by
the French government.
With Cotton Cargo
Detained by Britons
j WASHINGTON, Jsn. S.-Ths American
eainer Denver, bound for Bremen, Ger
many, with only cotton from Norfolk,
December 23, has been detained at Kirk
wall, Orkney Islunds, north of Brotlsnd.
The owners have asked the Stats depart
ment to make representations
cresse. James M. Phecan. attorney for
the railroads, pointed out that appar
ently the table analysing tho Rock
Island road showed that the productive
efficiency of the anainemen had de
rressed. I-auck said that It might be
due to the Rock Island s bookkeeping,
to Improper financing, to poor roadbed,
or to a variety of causes.
"Suppose we take the roof off the
Rok Island system and all taka a peek
at what la the matter alth It." auggested
Mr. Stone.' -
"All right." responled Iurk.
"We will do It later." ccncltided atone.
A' Germuu trencn uoarly half a
tnlla long, tn the Argon no region,
was blown up by the allies, ac
cording to the official state
ment from Tirls. The French
then ma dp an infantry attack and
raptured half of the trench. Dur
ing this charter; a grandson of the
Italian Patriot Garibaldi wag
killed. The recent death in ac
tion of another grandson was said
in noma to hare reawakened tha
war spirit in Italy.
Aside from the fighting in tha
Arconne, activity is limited
chiefly to upper Alsace, where the
Germans seem to have checked
the French '.advance. Th only
claim made in the French state
ment ta that the ground won han
been held. The loss of one posi
tion to the Germans is admitted.
Against two of the three na
tions' it Is fighting Russia appar
ently has scored heavily: To the
victory over the Austrian-, laet
week is added, according to the
claims of Petrograd, the rout of
two of the three Turkish columns
which invaded Russian Caucasus.
Latest reports from the Russian
military authorities are that the
defeat of the Turks was complete
and that one Turkish armor corps
was annihlated. The campaign
against the Germans, however,
baa had to no definite results. The
Germane are handicapped by bad
weather In their advance toward
Warsaw, but Berlin asserts that
slow progress still Is being made.
Teutons Eeport French Silling Own
Countrymen by Bombardment
Back of German Front
EASTERN SITUATION STUL SAME
BERLIN, Jan. (.-By Wireless to Lon
don.) French trenches In the Argonne
wfr ' oocupled ' yesterday by German
troops and In upper Alsace French troops
were driven away from a position nsar
Sqnnhelm (Cernsy), according to ths Ger
msn official announcement given out In
Berlin this aftsrnoon. In Poland relatively
minor German successes are related.
These Include the taking of 1.400 pris
Tha text of the announcement follows:
"In tha western arena of tha war tha
French continued yesterday their sys
tematic bombardment of ' villages Situ
ated behind our front. They seem In
different to tha killing of their own coun
trymen and to the destruction of French
homes. In any event this bombardment
causes us very Uttla trouble.
- Germans Take Treaehes,
"At Boualn and tn the forest of Ar
gonne. wa captured several of tha en
emy's trenches and msda prisoners of
two officers and too men.
"In tha eastern arena of i.h war there
were no changes yesterday on our east
ern frontier or In northern Poland. In
Poland west of ths Vistula our troopa
penetrated as far as the branch ot tba
Suoha river,- after having captured sev
eral of the enemy's points of support
One thousand and four hundred prison
ers and nine machine guns were left in
our hands. -
"The French again obtained a foothold
early yesterday on the much fought for
height west ot Sennheim (Cernay), in
uuper Alsace, but they were again driven
off sfter a strong bayonet attack. They
have not dared to attempt further ad
vances. Fifty Alpine chasseurs were
tsken prisoners by us.
"Ths situation on the esstern bank of
the river Plllci remains unchanged."
Woman Dies of Poison,
Her Husband is Held
CHICAGO, Jan. I -Chemical determi
nation that poison caused th death ot
Mrs. Alice Ronald. Friday in her horn
at Mattoon, III., was announced today
tn the coroner's report. Mrs. Ronalds
was found unconscious bnd diet with
out msklng a statement. Her husband,
Dr. H. K. Ronalds, and C. O. Purcell
and his wife, found In th house at the
time, hav been under surveilanee. Th
house was in great disorder. There were
evidence of a wjld celebration. Mrs.
Ronald's face was bruised and scratched'.
PRICE OF COPPER DOUBLED
IN GERMAN EMPIRE
GENEVA, Switzerland. Jan. S. (Via
Pails.) Advices received here from Oer
tnSny set forth that copjwr, owing to th
great demand and limited supply. Is now
selling In the enu lie t.- nmiki JC:S)
a ton. ;
A fair price In the United States for
copper would be l0 a ton.
TO TURK ARMY
Defeat of Flan to Seiu Kara Will
Believe Czar of Necessity of
Sending More Troops Into
FRENCH ADVANCE IS ALSACE
Invasion of Province Continues, but
There is Little Activity Else- .
where on West Front
roumaniaTiay enter the war
IX)NDON, Jan. 6. Th crushlns
blow tha Russians appear to have
dealt the Turks in the Caucasus and
the further advanco of the French ii
AJsactt on the road to Mnelhansen
continue to hold the foreground 1r.
the war news today in the absence
of any other Important developments .
east or west.
It is felt In England that the re
ported rout of the Turkish Invaders
of the Caucasus, with the defeat of
their plan to seise the Russian fott
ress at Kara, gives the Ottoman
forces such a setback that the much
discussed invasion of Egypt Is now
vlrtually6ut of the question. At the
same time the pressure on the Ru
slans from the east has been so far
relieved as to preclude any necessity 1
of withdrawing Russian forces from
the Polish and Oallclan fronts for
service in the Caucasus.
Petrogrsrl reports ' thst the Turklnh
srmy defeated at Ardahan i forty miles
northeast of Kras. in distinct from tho
forces li.(i is rtlsttt.rt from the forces
reportirl I,, lave h?en crushed or cao-
tured at Kt r' K'uinvih waa m.u ..,
ple'ely sin roiu..le, an,l tvlnj; Hui-assc l
by Ilus.ilcn csvslrv and "Hdnnihi t,.
enlvltable extermination." It was s.Mrrf
that the Turks were fighting with ;roat
bravery and Oterminstion, but agniiift
hopeless ode's, as the roads along which
they sought to re (rent .,. i.i..i,.i ....
' Army Corps Surrenders.
This Is the dofest of Turiii.h ......
corps which Grand Duke Nicholas re-
erreo tu yesterday In his message to
General Joffre, commander-in-chief of
the French forces. Thl. dispatch an
nounced also the capitulation of the en
tire Turkish Ninth army corps at 8a r I
Kampsh. and tha fact that such a com
munication hsa bean enchanged between
allied leader and In the west Is taken
In London to Indicate that tha Russian
claim Is neither exaggerated nor pre
mature. 1 ,
Whllo there ha been virtually no
change to the west of Warsaw It Is tho
opinion of British observers of events
that th Russian general staff Is show,
ma many indications of.sa Intention tu
tr Ike a heavy blow In Hungsry. Wltti
Kukowina occupied the time Is ripe for
an Invasion of Transylvania, an ea-tcn
province of Hungary bordering r.
Rotimania. Nearly I.WO.00 f the popula
tion of tills territory are, of Rou.nanl.in
stock. According to a contention of tha
allies these people msy be expected tu
seise the opportunity to throw off tho
rule ot Austria and unite with Russia.
Reamaala Getting Ready.,
Roumsnla has not yet abandoned Its
neutrality, but a warning has gone out
to Its reservists tj hold themselves In
readiness for the, service and develop
ments soon msy be expected. The ad
anc guard of Russians along the Rou
manlan frontier has been selected of men
who speak the Roumanian language and
hav Roumanian sympathies. According
to advices reaching London these soldiers
everywhere are .being received with
A dispatch from Parts says that develop,
ment "of tl highest ImporUnco" are
Imminent In Roumnnla. A dosen Fieu-h
and British newspaper correspondents
left Pari today for Roumaala by way cf
NEW MINNESOTA GOVERNOR
URGES TEMPERANCE LAW
8T. PAUU Minn.. Jan. .-Winfield
Scott Hammond, democrat, waa sworn
In today as governor. In his Inaugura.
address he urged the early passage by
th lcgtslatur of a tempers nca lnw.
Is There a Leak in
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There is a prominent concert,
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its overhead expenses from an
apparently unimportant by
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odds and ends left over from
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Maybe they're boxes, kin-
dling wood, paper, manure
people want these prod
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to find them.
For. a trifling few cents the.se
odds and ends can be offered to
over 54,000 daily in tha "For
Sale" column of The Bee. Thev
will sell fast, too. Think it
over, and telephone your ad to
Phone Tyler 10"
THE OMAHa DEE
"EitryM, WW A .s"
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