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THE REE : OMAHA, TIIUHSDAY, A1MUL 1, 1915".
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FOR FIRING SHIP
Man Who Crossed on La Tonraine ii J
Accused of Trying; to Destroy I
the Vessel. !
CARRIES AMERICAS PASSPORT;
PARIS, March 81. Raymond
Swoboda, one of the passengers
aboard the French line steamship La
Totiralne, which wag Imperiled by a
fire at sea on March 8. has been ar
rested, charged with setting fire to
the vessel, according to the Matin.
Swoboda. the paper asserts, ,1s sus
pected of having "c,0Be relations with
the enemy," and .correspondence
found In his rooms Is Bald to lndlcato
he had been charged with the task of
blowing op the Touralne. He has
been taken to Hafre. . , '
taaard hy EastlftelsMs.
Inclination mads by experts appointed
by Admiral Charller, who I conducting
the -Inquiry Into the steamship .fire, has
established. It la said, the fact that the
bias aboard the Touraln must have
been caused by tha explosion of some
detonating device, autement made by
pasenrs and member of the crew up
port thla theory. The explosion waa
sufficiently violent to wrench loos tho
doors of cabins near by. The authorltlea
believe the explosive had been placed
with criminal Intent In a trunk which
was stored w1thh-baa,q &f flrst--las
paxA'nfcer In No-.'" hold.'- ' .' ' J
; lth; this first' report " of ' expert at
hand th state 'attorn at iiavr -
antlneil as mAnjr passengers a oul b
reached. .The witnesses Stated, abeordlng
ttr the Ut(n.' 4hafttMy had Tjeerf eraasea
at tha atatemtnt mad onr night during
the voyage by fellow passenger when
they were discussing th German threats
to torpedo Vessels passing through the
war son. Thla passenger la quoted as
having remarked: ' ?
"Oh, that Isn't the only war son that
woiUi h dangeroua:. Germany Is strong
enough to do what It wants. Thla ship.
Itselr, ' tvsn before It reaches the war
sort .mlgnlf. b obliged Jto ,hv reoours
to the doctors and nurses aboard to cam
for the paaeengere.",
Only paliiB heed, however, was given
'to this" assertion, when It was made, but
In "view of Jmlrtmnuent' evU It appeared
t ih Investlsatlng attorney to have
Tha nassenscr In onestlon, who was
quoted of having boasted of Germany's
power, was listed on' (the ship's records as
Raymond Pwoboda, 31 years of as, an
American 'iltlaen; , profession, financier;
declination. Parts." ' ,'
Commissary Pubert, ' attached . to th
secret service department of the-ministry
of the Interior, undertook the task of
tracing Swobeda. Ii found that 'Ah man
was fairly wall ftneern In Parts of h
clerical and' had been connected with
several more or less Important transac
tions. II was supposed to be a Russian,
for he often spoke of hi family connec
tions at Petrog rait and Moscow. He had
served aa a foreign representative for. a
broker named Morrison, who , conduct
one' of , th .' large ' brokerage 'houses In
pari,',;; . Vi ;.' V .'v
None of ftwobode'a business associates
- 1 - V--r"" ' itiiA .., Mfn after the arrivaf of ttia
ThousiAds :Have ;l)igcovereVT -Towsine. at ,'avr where n .docsi
t. .j ' nn,-TAl,B aieir pnarcn ...nut -pwm Vacco mm
' are a' Harmless Substitute 'X
KAISER SEES NEW
MENACE IN FIGHT
tContlnned from Par One.)
rial bodies are coming forward with ol
fers to back tho government In drastic
action against tha drink evil, while the
liquor Interests r beginning to expreaa
fear of severe government regulation.
Austrian I, oases I'.norinonn.
GENEVA. March Sl.-tVIa Tarts)
A net rien losses in Lyutta valley and tha
province of Dcreg (Northeast Hungary)
on the day of March 28 are eatimated at
l,Wu. according to dispatches received
by Swtea nes.-spB.pers. These advices
state that a column of 4 ."00 Austrian
was annihilated In less tnan an nour dur
ing a desperate action in Bcreg province.
six miles north of Verecake. Austrian
troops In thla territory are reported to be
demoralised s the result of their enor
Defcla Pass flattie Renewed.
VIKNNA. March 31. (By Wlreles to
London) Tha cessation of fighting In
Dukla Pass lasted only twenty-four
hciurs, the newspnper report, the Bus-
elans then bringing up fresh reserves.
FlKl ting in tha valley of the Ondava
ml Laborcxa I as recommenced and now
s In full swing. The Austrian troop are
fighting desperately and Uie Russians, It
reported here, in spite of furious at-
arks with large forces, have not been
able to gain their objective at any point
for an Invasion of Hungary. Th fight-
ng In the Carpathian la going on during
The battle In Ilukowlna yesterday la re
ported to have resulted In favor of the
Austrian.., ,, ,' ' .'
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Russians Evade Trap Set for Them
in East Prussia and Cat Kaiser's
Army to Pieces.
TEUTONS ADVANCE IS TOO FAST
PETROGRAD, March 31. (Via
London) The long silence in Petro
grad concerning the operations on
the German front waa broken today
by an authentic report of a daring
German maneuver in the Nleman
river district which, according to this
Information, began abortively and
ended in failure.
The gradual withdrawal of the central
part of their tenth army, a move calcu
lated to draw all the Russian forces Into
the advance between Ruwalkl and Kal
varla, waa to be followed, according to
the Russian Interpretations of the Ger
man plan, by a quick encircling move
ment of their left flank from the vicinity
of Lake Dusa and Ntmno to the rear.
This It was planned would cut off the re
treat of the advancing Russians.
Overxealouanes led the German to
throw a large part of their twenty-first
army corps, with three reserve regiments, J
u ui.iu ill inn ill tnii ... m . v,
pcross the melting be of Ike Dusa be
fore tiie Russlsn forces had advanced suf
ficiently to assure the success of the pro-
pesed encircling maneuver.
Having surmounted, the haxards of the
transportation of these troops over weak
Iro the Germans discovered, according to
the reports coming to Petrograd, that
their movement was premature, and In
a desperate effort to retrace their steps
they were met by a fierce Russian on
slaught. According tnt their account of
this ftchting the Russians annihilated en
tire divisions of the Germans.
At other points along the Gorman fron
tier Isolated engagements continue, but
they are without strateglo significance.
Crown of Castile
is Torpedoed Off
the Scilly Islands!
C.iROIFF. Wales, March Jl.-Thc
Cardiff Kcho declares that the British
steamer Crown of Castile has been tor
pedoed and sunk off tho Ecllly Islands.
The Crown of Castile was engaged In
the transatlantic trade and sailed from
Pt. John, N. B., on March 19, for Europe.
It was SS3 feet long, 2,52 tons net snd
was built and owned in Glasgow.
Rent room quick with a Bee Want Ad.
in River Duwamish
K CATTLE. March !1.-Funeral arrange
ments are being made today for the four
prominent pioneers drowned In the Du
wamish' river lata last niKht when an
automobile belonging to Mrs. Morgsn 3.
Csrkeck ran off the bridge at Allentown
on the- Tacoma road ten miles south of
here. Mrs.' CarVeek and her Japanese
chauffeur were -the only persons saved.
Those drowned were Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas W. Prosch, Miss Margaret I
Denny and Mrs. Harriet V. Beechcr.
Mr. Prosch, who was 65 years old, was
tha son of Charles Prosch, who founded
the'Puget ftoimd Herald at Pteilacoom In
1(C. Mr. I'rosch was editor of the Post-
Intelligencer for several years. He was
postmaster of Seattle under President
Mrs. Prosch was a daughter of General
Morton M. McCarver, founder of tho city
of Taooma.. Bhe was 64 years old.
Miss Dfenny was the daughter of Ar
thur A. Penny, who founded Seattle In
1SS1. Khe wae one of the last survivor
of th schooner load of people that landed
at Seattle In November of that year. Bh
waa'TO years old." !
i'Mr-. Beecher. was the wife of Captain
Herbert1 F. Beecher, on ' of the late
Henry Wai-d Beecher. the Brooklyn cler
gyman. She we 65 year old.
Wages, of Copper !
to a hotel in ti4C AvenWXleber.
" Pass port ! tm Sryr York.
WASHINGTON, March 31. Search o
Btal department record today revealed
that Raymond Swoboda made applica
tion for an American passport In New
York on February 24, Swoboda gave hi
residence as San Francisco. The State
department today forwarded what in
formation it has to the Department o
Juatlo for Investigation,
NTW. YORK. March !1 Th circum
stances under which Mr. flwoboda railed
aboard the La Tourain February 27 were
clearly recalled today at th office of the
French line here.
Mr. Swoboda, it waa said, came Into the
office of the line on February it, th
day. befur the steamer sailed, and pre
sented what appeared to be an American
passport vised by the French consul here;'
said he wantvd. to engage passsge to
Havre. Th bckat clerk, whom he en
gaged la conversation, recalled him today
as a pleasant man,
CHfCAClQ. March JU A
MICh.'i ' dispatch to the Gold
Ticker state that the copper range mines
today announced that they would In
cress wages 10 per cent beginning to
morrow. The advance restores the seal
to th standard which was reduced upon
the outbreak of the European war,
When Women Suffer
No remedy' rive greater relle! than
Auti-kamnia ( A-K) Tablet la sll condi
tions generally known aa "Women's
Ache and Ills.'' One trial will satisfe
any woman that she has at last found
the remedy sbe baa so long been look
ing lor, .. ..
Are you distressed alter eating T Do
you have naunea when riding in the ran
or on tn train or boat r iae A-n. iso
teU and get instant relief.
.Garni A-K TmlUf 1W In H
tonogesissv At mil VruggiM.
Japan and China Are
Near Eupture, and
PERTINO. March 31. In diplomatic cir
cle th altuatlon arlstag from Japan'
negotiation ef Us demands upon China Is
regarded as more serious today than at
any time since th conference to this
snd were inaugurated.
After further consultation between
Preeident Tuan Phi Kal and Foreign Min
ister l4i Chetuc-Ksiang th Chinese per
sist that they cannot accord ..absolute
extra territoriality t. Japan Immi
grant in Maacburia, and at the confer
ence of yesterday M. Hlokl. th Japan
minuter, refused to discus this qusttlon
It I believed In Pekln that the confer
ence to tske pUce tomorrow very prob
ably will bring a break la the deadlock
over this question which ha lasted for
number of week. Failing to break the
deadlock It la felt In aom quarter that
Japan will present an ultimatum.
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