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SUNK BY BRITONS
Admiralty Announces Destruction of
Another German Undersea Craft
and Capture of Crew.
LOCATION IS NOT DISCLOSED
iJOSTtOS, March 10 The Car
man submarine U-12 ha been sent
to the bottom, according to a stat
ment issued today by the British d
mtralty. The submarine, according
to the official announcement, was
rammed today by the British torpedo
boat destroyer Ariel. It went to the
bottom. The members of the crow
The location of the sinking of the
submarine Is not disclosed In the ad
( rrw Held for Trial.
Ths captured crew will be derrlved of
all sporlal privileges, as was done In the
rose of the men on board the U-S, and
they will be held for trial In connection
with the finking of merchant vessel.
Th,i t- probably la the submarine
hl-h yesterday aunk the British steamer
The submarine U-12 " of the class
built In 1910-11. Its displacement was 260
tons and It had a msilraum cruWng
radius of VIOO miles. Its complement con
sisted of Ir.elvo mm. It was armed with
three elKhteon-lnh torpedo tubes and two
one po'inder lilKh Hhiflfl. runs. It had a
pre-l of iMrtwn knots above water and
elittit Knots ibncreilv
. J la it Born Artlvr.
Thr U-l- had taken an actlvn part lu
Hie Oornuirv. operations ox&tnst British
ih!pptnif. ' ' ' "
The ne of the V'-l? makes the seventh
Herman submarine destroyed since ths
fooslnninfl of the war. aocordln to rtate
jnrnfs ttlven out officially In Iondon.
These boots are 1'-15, sunk by the I'rltlsh
ruler Birmingham In Aunust; U-1R.
rammed and sunk . hy a British patrol
boat November 3 and three unidentified
aubinorxlble officially declared lost on
October 26, October DO snd Kebruarv 28.
Tho sixth submarine destroyed was the
which Mas sunk' vt Puver March 4.
FRENCH OFFICIAL REPORT
Trenches Are Captured from Ger
mans in Champagne and in
the Argonne. )
REPULSE COUNTER ATTACKS
PAR.IS. March 10 Vla Ixmdon ) The
report from the war office this after
noon Is as follows:
"North of Arras. In the region of
Notre Dame I)e xrette, the night Was
quiet and the situation Is unchanged.
The Importance of our progress yester
day In Champagne Is confirmed. A vio
lent florman counter attack made on
Ridge IM was vigorously repulsed and we
gained a little ground along the road
from Tcrthea to Tahure. On the hill
northeaat of Mennll our Infantry, after
having carried the German worka. men
tioned In the lent communication, reached
a hill beyond.
"In the Argonne. at l-'ontslne Madame,
we demolished a block house and pushed
our trenches eighty meters pnrward. Be
tween Four De Parts and liollante the
enemy, attacking at 4 p. m., took from
us trenches we had captured In the morn
ing. However, a fresh attack gave us
possession of them once more. The
enemy then attacked again and, accord
ing to the latest Information, the fight
ALLIES PLEASED V
, WITH GAINS ON .
LAND AND SEA
(Continued from Page One.)
nients of theno countries still . clln; !
outwardly to the policy of neutrality.
1 .' i
f;rce-e mr Malaarla.
The crisis In Greece aeema temporarily
to have been bridged with thf formation
of. a. new. cabinet but whether the new
premier can. control the Chamber of
Icputice I causing Considerable speculation-
ThoiiKh officially denied, reports Insist
that a m'nlsterlel' crisis has arisen In
Bulgaria, whre tbe premier, favoring In
tervention. Was opposed by King
Ferdinand, tt Is said that the Bulgarian
prime minister stepped from his office
at he anitte time' that Gireoe'g leading
statesman .ret'lrpd. ' , ' '
rr;- offl' laliy confirmed today what
IxiiMon , 'heard unofficially last night
namely.- that' the aunetdreadnaught.
' yueen Kllassheth slipped Into the Dar
danelles proper on Monday and bom
barded the Turkish fortu, another one
of which, on the European side, has been
partly demolished. '
Ifrrmmii on lefealve In Mi.
Correapondents at ' Petrograd of a"ng
Uah newsnwfiers say tho German failure
to reduce the Russia fortrena of Osse
weli, togntlier with the reported German
ilefeat st Grodno and Praaaynaa,, means
the definite abandonment of the German
offensive In north Poland, thus 'making,
In the opinion of the correspondents.
FlMld Mtrshal Von IHndcnburg'a ruah j
uver ine ironurr anoiner coatiy Tenure.
The Germans, though unable to ad
vance In .Riwsie, are ieprted to be hold
ing a line some thirty miles behind the
extreme limit of their forward dash of a
In central Poland ' both the Russians
and the German are attacking alter
nately, with no appreciable change In the
situation being made.
.The. same u truu , In Ihe Carpathian
mountains and generally along the west
ern front In Ftance and Belgium.
Secure Control of
Gold Mining Co.
DENVKK, Colo., March 10 -Control of
the FJ Pao Consolidated (Jld Mining
company has pasaed Into the hnrda of
tho New York stockholders, according to
an announcement by Warwick. M. Down
Inrf, president of the company today.
Directors and officers acceptable to the
New Tork Interests were to be elected
at the afternoon session of the stock
holders" annual meeting. Mr. Downing
said. II. MrOarry of Colorado springs
was slated to be circled president. ITn
offlrlally It wns stated that the leading
New York Interest Is .Toeoph Walker
The Kl Paso company operates one of
the most valuable properties In the Crip
ple CYrk district. Dissensions between
various Interesta owning stock resulted
ill the resignation of Allen I Burrls as
prealdcnt on January 4, 115. Recently
the directors elected Warwick M. Down
ing us ti mporery president to preside at
tho prcsont stockholders' meeting.
Turkish Batteries on Heights of
Renkui Near the Narows Si
lenced by Fire of Fleet.
ITALIAN WARSHIPS PUT TO SEA
PARIS, March 10. Operations of
the allied fleet in tbe Dardanelles,
stopped yesterday (Tuesday) morn
ing by unfavorable weather condi
tions, were resumed vigorously In the
afternoon, says an Athens dispatch
to the Matin. The warships are re
ported to have made additional
progress In the narrows, silencing
Turkish batteries on the heights of
Renkui, the fire from which had
proved troublesome to the fleet in Its
A fragment of a Turkish shell fell yes
terday (Tuesday) at the feet of Hear
Admiral Guepratte, commander of th
French division operating with the allied
fleet In the Dardanelles, as he was direct
ing the operations of the batfleehtp Huf
fren, which bad executed a daring man
euver by penetrating the extreme limit
of the mine fields, saya a Tenedos dis
patch to the Petit Partsien. Several
shells are reported to have struck the
warahlp. hut the correspondent makes
no mention of It having been damaged.
After yeaterday's operations tho Tenedos
dispatch aays, the crew of the battleship
Gaulola was warmly praised by Vice
Admiral Carden, the RrttlBh commander
for the assistance lent In the reduction
of the Dardanus redoubt. Powerful bat
teries were silenced by the Gaulola, which
waa Itself strurk by two six-Inch sheila,
although the damage done la declared to
have been Insignificant
Operations of the French warships have
been delayed for a few hours by the
necessity of taking aboard coal and am
Italian Fleet Pn to Sea.
GKNKVA. March lO.-The Tribune says
It haa learned from Vienna that several
Italian warships have put to aea, prob
ably bonnd for the Dardanelles.
RAILROADS ARE PROSPEROUS
Enginemen Introduce Figures to
Prove Earnings Are Good and
that Outlook is Brighter.
SEVERAL PRESIDENTS QUOTED
BRITISH AIR SCOUT FALLS
INTO SEA AND IS KILLED
LONDON, March 10,-Fllght Sublieuten
ant Shepherd of the Royal navy fell Into
the aea with a plane today while scouting
off Eaatburne and was killed.
CHICAGO, Urih 10. A compilation,
asserting that the railroads have hern
prosperous In the Inst few years, that
the prospect for them and for other In
diMtrlra In ISIS is cood. was Introduced
today at ihe arbitration of the wage de
mands of the engine men of western
rallrnsds. It was the lest of the many
statistical exhibits Analyzed by W. J.
Tzanck, who was excused from the wit
ness stand, and was tho final work of
the brotherhoods on the ability i.f the
railroads to pay. the Increases reqiieMed.
Tbe end of the arbitration, said to be
the most prolonged on rcord and the
most thorough In Its Investigation o'
every phase of the railroad business, is
believed to be In slfrht. A few Individual
witnesses will be called for the men to
rebut testimony by railroad witnesses
and sur-rebuttal. If any, will be brief,
aceordlng to James M. fSheean, attorney
fof the railroads. ' Probably all the testlr
mony will be In next week. A week will
be given for the filing of briefs and the
board of arbitration will render an award
April jn. The hearings began November
3D last and have continued five days a
week since then with the exception of
the Christmas holidays.
Opinion Favors Railroads.
Fummarislng evidence ot "changes tn
public opinion toward the railroads" Mr.
luck mentioned comments to that effect
by railroad officials and financiers, the
eastern freight rate advance grnn'ed by
the Interstate Commerce commission; the
restraining of tho state commissions ot
Arkansas. Missouri and Oklahoma on
points opposed by the railroads, and the
changing scope of the commission's prose
cutions. President Wilson's reply to the
committee of railroad presidents, the su
preme court's decision In the Hhrevrport
case, decrease of antl-rallroad legislation
by the slates, movement for favorable
legislation, favorable rate and other or
ders by state commissions,' the defeat of
ths Missouri full crew law by popular
referendum, the November elections, the
attitude of the, press and the favorable
action of numerous commercial organ
izations were cited also as indicating a
return of public confidence in the rail
roads. Railroad Presidents Quoted.
"Western railroads," said Mr. I-auik,
"are already feeling the effects of re
turning prosperity, a condition which
mav be gathered from the statements of
railroad presidents. President Miidge of
the Chicago, P.ock Island Pacific, last
fall predicted that this winter would be
the best In Its hlstoiy If general traffic
picked up. Ilia November earnings were
greater than those of the same month a
year prior. 'resident Newman F.rb of
the Mlnnenpulls & Ht. Ixuls road la
quoted as saying the 1"M-I91i earnings
of his road Were the greatest In Its his
tory. In Jsnuary the Denver ft Salt
ijkr road wns earning IT.OO0 a mile, with
promise of JIO.WO within three years."
Mr. I.iiih k quoted officials . of the
Northern Pacific, the Chleago. Iiurling
ton Qclncy. the Chlrago A Northwest
ern, the t'nlon Pacific, the Atchison,
Topeka ft Santa Fe. that Chicago. Mil
waukee & St. Paul and other roads, or
analyzed their financial reports to show
they reUHided the business outlook as
SHELT0N NAMED FOR
UNITED STATES MARSHAL
WASHINGTON, March 10-WII)lnm A.
Sl.elton has been aclected by President
Wilson for marshal of the western dis
trict of Missouri In pim-e of Ewlng C.
I'-land, whose nomination the senate re
acted. The selection of Shelton Is In ac
cordance with the president's decision not
to push the appointment of men whose
m mlnatlons have beeen rejected.
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food, which sours and ferments like gar
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keep you feeling good for months. Mil
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8 TRAIN LOADS of BUIGK CARS
HOUSE PASSES BILL TO
ABOLISH LINDSAY'S COURT
DF.NVr.K. Marclf lU-Thn Colorado
houet pe'aed on llnal reading yesterday
three hllla to abolish the juvenile court
'H1 tranafe Its work to the district
ourts. One effect of tie bills. If passed
by the senate and signed by the governor, j
would be to remove from office Judge
Hen H. Undsey of the Juvenile court of I
i. . . . !
Several members of the republican ma
jority in ihe house. In voting for the
Mils, slated thut they did so because they
felt themrelvcs bound by the action a
Shipped into NEBRASKA, WESTERN
IOWA and SOUTHERN SO. DAKOTA
IN JANUARY and FEBRUARY, 1915
WHICH FURTHER PROVES' the POPULARITY
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As a fitting1 climax for filling this $1,000,000.00
order consisting of 8 train loads or 1,012 Buick
valve-in-head Motor Cars given the Buick Motor
. Cn. hv H. E. Sidles. General Manager of the Ne
braska Buick Auto Co., to be shipped one train load
each week during January and February the
great Buick Factory closed down entirely for five
' minutes and every whistle shrieked out Its mes
sage of MGod speed" as the last of the eight
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of February 23, 1915.
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UAVKNPORT, Neb.. March 10 -8pe-
imI. t Itutli Wlleos. eldest daughter of
H-v. Bnd Mrs, 11. U. Wlkxix, died at ths
.Methodist parsonsge here' Monday even
Ink The funeral service wW be con
cluded by Rev. R. N. Orrlll. pastor of
the Methodist church at Felrbury, on
Wednesday at 2.80 p. ni.
NORTH BEND. Neb,. Marrh 1.-oipe-
ml The funeral of Helon lUx'hefint,
the 4-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Hocbefurt of North Bsnd.' was held
yesterday at the Cgthollo church. Her
death resulted from measles, with com
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Tho styles this season
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