Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, April 07, 1915, Page 4, Image 4
THh Jlhh: OMAHA, W KHMvMU . Ai'lUL i. .Hid, SUBSEA CRAFT IS CAUGHT IN NET Trt nch Report Sayi 0nnan Subma. rine i EnUnjlfd in Trap Set in Strait of Dovf r. TWO MORE BRITISH SHirS SUNK TARIS. April P. A German ul marlno ban bfforaf preurcly en tsnclrd In a net. purposoly d of I it nod for that pnrpono ami placnl offi Poor. ccordlna: to h 1'ftlt Jour rule's nun kirk corrripondont, hn adds that th French naval authori ties fxpoct to raptura tho uhmarln hen It comes to the mi rf '. maHaar TtM Oe-I. Mil-! of ulmartri' trans riavo lxin set tv thr Prltbh navy At ti arbor nitmnoot snd otlirr alratrati- potnta around the PrltiKh lair The trar aro not unlike r.t prta it hy rhemmv MelN Inn fram ten trt square, I hive ft-aim- Joined ar auna l.i a depth of thirty frt, f urpeiuliHt from Immelpw buoys. Tf a submarine, wtilrh In a blind thluit when submerged, rrtrr one of these frame II Men ere causrit. munnit the brwer frame to b-Kkle upward mtrhinx the pm--pf ltn Thus the rraft ia In th position f f ah fiuindelna" In a net end IU u aut are doimed. ' It miwted that three auhrnarlnts "is.; beer . auiilit In this manner lurln the Tirtt ten rtava-nf the blockade, hut ' th ! report w.is not cor.flrmd. Trawler ah Sunk. . , T.l.YTH. Inland. April S.-Tle trawler lin'iha aitaoked bv a Herman sub. ajTtne veaterttiiy off t.oiia fitoie ami lit to '.he tM-ttom. The crew of thirteen ain ip n c:ed by the Swedish steamer "JoiM end landed hero toxlay. The skipper of the Arrant ha said lhat ahdp teklnn to the boats and after en urtnn them the AKantha's crew wen subjected to rifle flrv from the suh. marine, whlrh had ihiaed the trawler for an hour brfnre overhauling her. flr'ng- al her meanwhile with rlflea and a ainall cuik Jlu Uevc4 that the sub marine the t'-M. urp rarrter la Torpedoed. lrNlKlX. April The Hrttlah ataemer Norttlar.da -o J tona. with a cargo of lri ie. i aent to the bottom by a (Jrrman submarine In the Kngllah channel aft IVai-hy Head on Monday mornlng Th" Ni.ittilamla aank In ten mlnutea Ita ien of twnty-fotir men w-ere pliked up :at i by the Belgian steamer TopL FORTERS COULDN'T LIYEVVITHOUT TIPS (Continued from Pae Kour ) " ? " nlUiietier you Bet abool llTl a no th." cRloulntrd tho chalnnan. "Have it family?" "Yea. elr; wife, four children, two mr ried, and I take care of my mother. Th children not married ore In m-hool." "You have been frugal. thenT" No. alr. We have lived prettr well -nut at ft rat th tip wera not ao gener oua, perhapa" went on Mr. Wajah. . Son Foaa Wat. No. atr. . But aa aooo aa they found nil. tli. 1. 1 n 4 .if a man I waa" ' taUKh- ; ter Interrupted tho wltneaa at thta 4olnt ' and He did not ttntali. He explained that picre.' were many wealthy people Uvlror along the line he traveta. Treat them right and handle them right and they don't forget you," ha aald. I'C- you think any porter would jet along as well aa you do on thia runr aaketi Mr. Walah. . "No. .air. .Mr. Walah; torn men would F.t.irv on that run." Thy wltncaa conaldered hla a fair a.var aga run. except that the layover houra wera adventageoua. .The,ot wltneaa waa O. 1L Bylvoator of New York, a porter on the Twentieth Century Limited of the Lake 8horw Michigan Southern road. Mr. Bylverter wote a check pattern suit and two dla npond rings. Ilia salary. h aald, to 127.60 k'a month, and tips averago about trf a tnonUu . .. : ' a Raw Tklrteew eara. J"U la a veteran and has been on th ireaent mn Tor tMrUen year. li la a--.-tttd to Hn a week from the PwUman company he- has alwar earned th a mall hottUH offered by th company; hla nnl ferrtM are bought for Mm becaua he ha Wan mora taau ten year In eervlt-e, and jw charges hav- vr bn brought J against hurt, b aid. Ills train Iava New York tn the afternoon and arrive in Chicago tho nxt ruomlroi and under th rulea h 1 not entlUed to any sleep cept what he gcU during- th layover. :tBu -don't let any of them tell you they do not sleep." he said, with a grin. 'Th man that tells he don't Bleep, la a dngrou man. I don't man that . w git to bed, but we nod when w are appoaed to. be on (uard In th alilo. All 1). uperlntnaenu nera bvew that." ""-But U ta aaTatnat the ral." ugatd Vr. Walsh. ; "They" do not ear about thaC all they rar about Is that w don't get caught al 4t. W alt up Juet to guard the car. ; aayway; they knowvlt. and a breath of air,wrtl awaken an experienced porter. It's Instinct and the car really is guarded." X Cbara-e Mad. "And yet chargea hav never beon brought against you?" "No. becauao I always figure that there is a spotter on vry train. "But would not the spotter catch you when you nap?' " I never d until everybody la asleep." "I never do until everybody is aaleep." .C'oremlssloiier O'Connor asked what would be the effect If congreaa passed an aeil-i'pitng law. "Why, the porter would simply quit You can see for yourself. They oould not live on f-T V) a month." "Tten would you organise ao4 petition the company T' pursued th oommlaaloner. "W would luat (jult and than tell th company we could not Itva on th wages. "But soppoee wages wwre not raised r' "Well. I want to tell you thkt If th porter were getting nothing but wage and a passenger with 2 In hla clothes got en ha would not be sate." Former conductors and porter In th course of th aeaaloa testified that a many run opportunities for sleep few. Q. 0. P. AVALANCHE SWEEPS CHICAGO; THOMPSON VICTOR (Continued from Pap tme llarrlaona bae hovn democrritle I'ailera In Chtoaao for reneratlona. Many were Inclined to believe tM Inrl h nl.-.l llarrlaon folhtwer woul.l nt their vote f.r Thompson The rlty oouti. il probably went r pub lican, which would hp the f Iroe tlmo tn flvw year. The aoclalint c'te appaiently was smaller Ihnn pn dli le.l by pnrty leadi pa. The retnriia lnill.at.,1 tlmt the t.al Sit clallft vol would not exceed '."Vixv The prohibition party candidate. John Hill, ran far 1-ehlnd the aoeiallrt andldat. Seymour Ntedman. Won from olann. In n loae prtuuti v conteat Thompson won from Harry olann. chief juatlon of the niiinlcipnJ court, by a plurality of ;..". Swrltarr difeatpl Mnyor Harrlann bv a plurality of 7!.lsii Thompaon wna Nrn Iti lloaton, Mu . In lKliS, and wna tiroimht to ChlioKn by hla parents tho following year. In a blonrapblonl aketrh which ho liemipd prior tn the elec tion he atxti'd tlml it n hoy he sold newspapers, and Inter went ti Wyoming and worked aa a cowboy and a brakemnu. He tvorlvod much of hla edu cation In the public schools and later en tered Yule university. He Is n denier In real est. lie, having urccedci) t.i the t.uMtu si of hla fathei, who dhd wenlthv. Thonipsun la also known as n yachtsman and formerly waa a)tnln nt the Chicago Athletlo associa tion. :leellon In K. . K. KANftAtt CITY. Mo. April O. W. (iroen tmliiy was iv-electP"! mnyor of Kansas City, Kan , bv a majority esti mated at more than F.0"0 ami early ro turns Indicated tho election of all other candidates on tho administration ticket with tho poaslbln exception of James 1.. llogga. tommlsslnuor of Mroeta and pulv Ho luiprovinrnts, who wiut closely crowJed for the office by Frank J. Keren. Opposition candidates conceded tho re election of C. It." Little, commissioner of finance, and lu II. Chapman, commit sloner of water and street llnhtlnn. W. II. Martin, conunlk loner of pnrks And public proerty, waa holding a lead over Otto Anderson. THowparttaan Men Klceted. MIUWAl'KKK, Wla., April .f-Nonpar-ttsnn. candidates for Judicial offices In Milwaukee county were today elected to all the vaoanclca with ono exception, Civil Judge Joseph E. Cordes. social denw ocrat,' being re-electe,d. tf the five school directors elected In Milwaukee, four sca-lul democrats were elected, on be lug Mrs. Mota Itergrr, wife 'f former tVngvrsinan Vhler HersT. t'n'y oiip nonpartisan ianll'lnte was ele. ted. Karly refiims from throurhnut the slate show a iraln for the "dtys." In thirteen towns wp.lla the "weta' gained one town. Thirty towns now "wet ' remained In that column wlilUs twenty-three "dry'' towns remain dry. The largest cltlew reported Voting on tha license question are Ashland. Su-pTlin-, Helolt anil Madison. Tliry went wet. Ir t.et Slltrea ( nanllea. I 'ITT HO IT. Micl. April 'omplele un official returns from the sixteen Michi gan counties In which local option whs tha Issue III yesterday's election shown thnt the "dry" wo successful In six teen count lc and the "weta' wore vic torloua In two. Alger county gave n majority of only one vote In favor of the anti-saloon In terests and Oakland went dry by i majority of from elchl to forty. Chip pewa county. In which Sault Ht Marin la eltuatod ahowa a "wet" majority of tlili ty-ee ven. Ilepabllcnns Wla. ST. 1H'IS, Arrll -The entire repub lican ticket 'of twenty-elifht aldermen, led hy A. If. Frederick, for chairman of the board, w elected here today by h plurality estlmatod ot .1.0 n. Ileinlllrann Klect Mayor. OKUAIIOJIA CITY. Okla., AprU .-Kd Ovcrholacr. republican, w as chosen mayor In the city election hero today. J. (. Street, democrat, waa elocted commis sioner of public, property, and Michael iHmmilly, democrat. ommlsHloner of finance. Tho new hoiird of city commis sioners will consist of three democrat and two republicans. ROOT MADE PRESIDENT OF N. Y. CONVENTION AUIANT. N. Y., April A F.llhil Root, former I'nlted States senator from Nw York, todny waa elected president of tho seventh stnte constitutional convention over Morgim J. O'Hrlen of New York. Mr. O'Brien waa aupported by tho demo cratic members of the convention. The convention which met todny la the first gathering called to revten the organlo law .of the state that has 'met In twenty-one years. Its work will be to mold a constitution which, subject to approval by the voters al the polls, prob ably will qt&nd for another generation. - A pica for conservatism In rhnnglng In stitutions of long standing marked the uddresa of Mr. Hoot In accepting the presidency. I " """ Mftellvr Kleeted. STORM IAKE. la.. April . (Special Telegram.) H. C. Moeller for the las.1 two years' county superintendent, of schools waa Heeled superintendent in Ulack hawk county today Just aa he was about to be re-elected at Buena Vista. Ho will tak np hla duties September 1. No choice was made of Ms successor. TERRE HAUTE MEN GUILTY Eoberti ana All Except Two of Twenty-Six Are Convicted by Jury of Conspiracy. rROSECUTOR CONGRATULATED INMllANAI'OUS, Ind. April ft Mayor Tvmn 'Hubert of Terre llnutr an 1 ail ex cept two of the other twenty-six defend ants In the el"'tlon ciinsj'lr-i' y i nso. who were found guilty by a Jury In the fed ernl court here today, had ndurnod to their home tonight to remain until Mon day morning, when they will be sentenced by Judgn Anderson. In the meantime) preparation for an npoal were bclnsT made by the attorneys for the convicted men. I'rmrrutnr onarat ulaled. I'nlted States I'lstrli-t Attorney Dalley, upon whom the burden rf the jrovern ntent s caso has rested, left tho fodoral building a few minutes after the verdict was returned. Hn was accompanied by hla, wife, who has attended all the ses sion of tho trial. The telephone III Ida office, rang almost .continuously all day, sraons calling who aald they wished tn ooiLgratulHte the district attorney. Tim trial and Investigation which pre ceded It has cost tho government upproxl matnly i:,WlO. The cupense for witnesses for the trial won estimated at fG,ft. Only Tno In Jail. Only two of the twemty-sevon convicted men ar In Jail here tonight. They aro Alexander Acsel, alias Stool, who wits arrested soma tlmo ago ami held under 16,000 I Kind on a charge of attempting to corrupt government witnesses, and Tim othy ("Bull") Conway, who Jimt boforo tho trial oiened wna given a J:UI sen tence In a local court for carrying con doled weapon. fctevcro penalties can be Imposed. The poarahln cumulative punishment under tho four counts of the indictment In fines totaling tJtS.000 and unpriitonineiit for niuo teen years. Kitchener Moves to Put More Men on Job IXNPON. April . The War offlco an nounced tonight that lord Kitchener hul apiHdnted a committee, to take necessary steps to 'provide such additional labor a may bo requlrvd to niakt it certain that thn supplies of munitions of war hall bo sufficient to moot all require ment. What the government proposes to do with tho liquor problem probably will not bo docloaed until Parliament reas remMos on April 14, but tho Idea of gen eral prohibition just ut preaent is not erlously entertained. The authorities seem to hope that the desired results will bo obtained by voluntary abstlnance, coupled with further restriction on saloon. Washington Affairs Th new b ittleshlp Anrona. building at the New Voi k navy yard, will lx launched June 1, Secietary I'anlela announced. The governor of Arliona has lnn Invited to name the ship's pot r. Postnl receipt at the fifty largest cities In March showed a substantial lucres over those of February, Tostmaster t)in etnl luirlcHon aunounc'd. Indicating a Ftiaily (limb toward normal. The 1-ioro-I'mn ir t'roiikiht nlwait a dH'llne In pos tal r elpis that continued until No- imbei . Constltiitionalltv of the federal law of lti er ihI rlnt ing American women marry ing foreigners una sttneked bv Mrs. I.tlol c. Mnckenxie of San Fram-laoo In n brief flisl In the aofireme court. She was d rued the rlirht to vote In Sen Fran cisco on the ground thnt under the fed eral law she has lost hi r Anu rlcan citi zenship by marrying a subject of tlreat Hiitnln Foreign trade of tho United State from Mnnh :T to April ;i netted a favornblo balance pf Ul.lL'l .173. This w.s an In creasn of JH.Ki.ulO over tho preceding week. K-xpiirt amounted tn IS7.4i2,SiV lmixirta totolel S.?i.7M,',:i4. Of the exports. New York handled l.979.!!4 worth and New Orleans, the next largest export cen ter, shipped goods to the value of l.v K.M.1PI. March was an extraordinary month this year from a weather standpoint, accord ing to the official weather and crop bulle tin Issued bv the weather bureau. Not i-lnce extensive weaiiior records began, more than forty years ago, has the weather over the southeastern portion of the rountrr been ao continuously cold, snvn the bulletin, and In portions of New Knulond and other northenntorn states the monthly precipitation was tho Icat ever known for March. Nourishing Food for Children GIVE meat to your children In moderation. A study of food vahieg will convince you of the remarkable nutritive qunlitieg of macaroni. H la rich In gluten the muarle and tissue builder easy of digeation, eagy to prepare, and makes fine rating". Serva this nourishing, economical food often to the youngsters. ev MAULL BROS.. St. Louis . U. S. A. nil i in . ii innm.) 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