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VOL. XLIV NO. 233.;
OMAHA, THURSDAY MOJJNLNa. 'APIUL -8, 1015 TWELVE VXOFA
m yew evrsjx 0
lotel lt Bleeds, to
SINGLE COPY TWO CENTS.
DOOUED MEN USE
GALLOWS ROPE TO
Three Convicted JIurderon, Two
Sentenced" to Die, Slide Down
Hangman! Cord in Vain '
Daih for Liberty.
BARS OF WINDOW HOLD THEM
"Human Tijer" and Companion i
Work Way Into Death Chamber
and Tike Halter from Box.
SMUGGLED KEY AIDS EFFORTS
. SACRAMENTO. Cal.. 'April T.
'the-u vnder death sentence, are back
t. Folsoru prison dungeon tonight
after an Ineffectual attempt to es-u
,ckpe by eliding down the hangman's
The trio. Frank Creek, Earl Looni
and Zollle Clements, eBcaped from
their cells by a key smuggled to
. Creek, who got away once before by
murdering a sergeant of the Ruav-L
They worked their way to the .afift-i
room of the death chamber, 'tkh
awaits Creek and Loomls, and took
from a boxthe rope used two year
ago to hang Jacob Oppethelmer, a
convict known as the "hunito tiger,"
With this they slid to a window,
at the bars of which they were skwlng
away when discovered. v
They submitted without resistance
and their adventure aid not become
known outside the wall until nearly.
1 .twenty-four hours after its Occur-
The source of the saw and !
. . .... . . . . 1
ney on not oeea umiu.
v Over state Library
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. April ". (Spaclal.) Splrk of
fUllna, Introduced a reolullon In the aea
ata this afternoon, calling tor a commis
sion to Investigate the proponed biS'n
for the Btata library, museuai aBd.u
preme court. . v
. Th resolution calls attention lo the
fact that the library and museum
boused with what appears
criminal negligence. Senator
for a cpeclal commlisi'in or else tnl
the propoied "efficiency" commlaelon,
It goes through, handle the matter. ; :
jjvviua uwvw .Ml
. On Jail Feeding BUlm.1
(From a St'att Correspondent.)
. f if:oiA 1 Ailt 7.-SDcIaL) Setmts
'file th"aherUf feedina bill, paAsed'il
the housa withSi votes In Ha favor tj1y:
Th bin fives the Pu)h county V'rlff "
. k 1 I ..kam. t oar.la tA Amv' ti. - '
feeding Ills prisoners. ZJ
, pf the Douglas county delegation Bar
.fVtt. Chambrrs, Howard, Hunteiy "Winer.
'Ncgly and nichmond voted' for th? bill
and Burgess, Prursedow, LarseiJ Lund
cren and Palmer against.-. " -
Alexis Won't Leave
Nebraska for Utah
LINCOLN, April T.-Prof. E.
Alexis, assistant profossor of modern lan
guages In the University of Nebraska f
' announced tonight his declination ot H
'Vivltstlon of the regents of the University
of. Utah to become a member of the fac
'ujty of that InstltuUon. The proffer to
Prof. Alexis was roavda at tha time of
t resignation recently of1 many of the
v AT SLOWNESS OFHOUSE
(From a Staff Oorreepondent.V .
. LINCOLN. April " T. Spoeuil--T.e
house has passed only thlrty-aic 'sanat.o
files aaaertsd Senator Howell with much
vehemence on the floor "of tha senate
, With the closing daye of the seselon.
the nosaibUities of real trouble between
the two branches are growing more real
Whether this wtll develop Into a dead
lock - on the big appropriation bills re
mains to be seen. 'v
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; BRYAN ISLEFT OUT
8 nator Quinby Achieve! Action by
' Upper Chamber Upon Rfjolu-
' tion of Praise.
K) GOOD WILL FOR SECFARY
btaff Cor,;. .1
ter trying 1 ..
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A ..tea to rt an
Mdomftif .,0$ jrt administration
ef Presin- vVtleon ihrouth the
democratic legislature without r
f it. Senator Qufoiiy this morning
w BUCCOSHfal. .
It apprs lhat in face of the re
p ibllcan victories it Chicago and
o her ' eastern-, cities the senate
tl ought that sotjebody ought to en
d rse the democratic administration
a id to President Wilson can Jook out
t; rough the dvV clouds of yester-
dw'a elections ! see .J he bright
f. rt created by the .'chraka legisla
t re and receive inspiration. A elg
k ficant part of ths endorsement
i is the fact that the ntmi of WIU
. tm Jennings fir) an had to be
I rtcaen from the endowment foe
f re the senate would listen to It and
j I other refereuce eliminated except
to the peace policies of the admin.
. Governor's Veto on
Omaha's Light Bill
April T.-Spe'lel Telegrsm.l
iKe "UlSly fhsmhers of
county rslled on Governor
t (irehesd thla afternoon anil ssked the
Irf executive 10 veto srnste flla No. S.
Omaha electric light hill. air. Chsm-
ire, who voted for the nwitur, anil who
H r candidate at In ttlmery yesterday
.e- the offl-e of city commissioner of
;taha. aaya that all of I ha LHuaaa
r untjr mtnlwri of the elalature who
1 - I for offii-a vretcrdav received email
t pport and Ihla ha Inlrrprrta aa a re
ft ka for tha jmu of the llaht bill.
t Mr. Chambers was defraud at the prl
t ry. es was evtry other kslalalor who
k Vha aovri nor did ot commit hlmaetf.
Italian Warship in
OS THE ITALIAN FRONTIER, April
Parts.) Thr Wsruhlpa of the
,(.n,n fleet departs suddenly on
th the ilx1 trrnean naval sia-
fr-etla.' Cavta. and ' Aadakria
Sind. They conef-ntraled at Augusta.
t ' i'r
and at Taranto. They are within
hours or the Aariatlc.
fhe departure of these warships caused
profound lmprak. partlci
.'eaia. where until last Sunday
u.-r as crowded wltn ereadnouglits.
! t Blsera ' and torpedo boat destrovrra,
intlc the town was fitted with officers
rt!y nbw. has the flaest fleet In ita
; rtocy. It l headed by several neV
'.'eadnou, '.its. of whKh the moat fortnld
'' le Is the; Contents d Cavour. which
t .rresestida la tha Kalian navy to Great
I. Main's Queea Flliabeth.
1 The future motesnents of the fleet are
9 riled with absolute rcj. It la aa-
itried thM only the kina and one or tww
p t the highest ovemmrat officers are
le qualnted Kh the plane derided upon. .
fthfe More District
Judge for Lancaster
' (Prom a Waff Correspondent )
, LINCOLN. April ' li.-ll follow
k g a conference with leading membeea
f the Ineaater reonty bar, Oevernor
Ll orenad thle anornlnar seat to the houee
a bill for the creation of aa additional
1 strict Judae for the 1 41 -eatr county
.' Itriet While generally eppeetng the
'eatioti'ef new offkeo. the governor
e ated 'that as 1-eai-satrr county fur
.Ithjrd k pee rent of the supreme court
see Si d waa badly behind In Ha work,
? believed another I'wlKe shexild he ap
r rfpted tor the dttrV
k0UNQ BOY KILLED
WHILE DRIVING TEAM
OrX PA LI J. . !. Apr T'ff
t U.V-Chettea (Hsen. as4 U. aa of ft.
C . Olsen. raetnfcee- ef the ttoanl ef earn
1-esioners ef xtoedy caMiaty. was kll.ed
otay - he fell
sJtvder as1 ia f tk
frees a manure
fcae r the wheele aaaaed
"ft hla head, erwehtaa the aauU The
Illy was fguod by toe feir. The ky
i' J' oetawd k.a fathe te he aersnHted la
ffo the team aa4 Ike r-)tM nae
Iftnted with riU are.
DAUGHTER CORN TO CRO.VfJ
PHINCE AK0 PRINCESS
:F.RL1N. AseJ J Ve le4i V
t, awn rrtnneea '" lesr k,k
t" a ttwattev. The settwf as4 rtfl-l
St doing erett
'lie rrenn riaeea. erhe te a daUt
f the Ute Ki!erth yVanS III Merh.
l ibursS-t nrn. pvar- -S Pelrk'k
!iUlaa. I've Cirsnea f ' aelnre n
. na, :. Th'V (ws hex rte (kJMreta.
tt tr bora lie eteet k- I ree ef aae.
I 4 "at 4au4Titee.
1 3NG-TERM MEASURE
UP TO THE COVEFJiCR
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I i hnt.a Usy en a "W,
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Wtll be un te the genera sw tr gt.e
ON THE WORKING SIDE
finishing job of tuning; up
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Papers Served on Dr.- B. F. Davis,
State Veterinarian, After bam
age Suit Testimony.
OUTGROWTH OF CATTLE SALE
Dr. B. F. Davis. Wyoming state
veterinarian, found . himself defen
dant in a 125,000 libel suit yester
day when he came here to give testi
mony In the suit brought by Henry
Oollq, former Douglas county 'treas
urer,, and bis son, Waldo Bolln,
eraiiist H. C. GlTsSMin1.' " "'
Ollsman sold young Doiln svsrai hun
dred head of cattle, stime of which sub
sequently developed lurmrculo.ils. "The
Bollna sued to recover 115,000 In conse
quence, and It ia in thla cuse Dr.. Davis
waa called aa s witness.
The libel suit . grew out of circulars
alleged to have been, circulated by the
Wyoming veterinarian. In which were
statements charvlng Ollnsman with vio
lating certain laWs governing sale of
dlneaaert cattle. ' .
When Dr. Davis stepped from the wit
ness stand In Judge Day's court "he was
Immediately served with notice to the
libel suit. Ills testimony in the Oolln
Ulkssniaa case was of a technical nature,
and had to do with the disease of the
animals purchased from Glissman.
In Bollna suit no charge of fraud is
made against Ollesman. but he le asked
to make good the loss resulting from the
tubercular rattle. The principals In this
suit have been lifelong friends. Henry
Bolln, the former treasurer, went to
school with Mr. Ollesman, and Waldo
JHolln and a son of Ur. OUssman have
j also been frlenda since childhood.
King George Will
Pay .Part of Horse
INDON. Aprjl -T.-IUchard Marsh.
wie for years trainer of the racers of i
King Kdward. and also si. ted In that
rapacity for King Oeors;e, Is to receive
royal aaslstanre tn atraiahtenina"out the
tanarled fmn ial affslra which reewntly
threw htm Into bankruptcy At n cr'edt
toee' meeting today annoumeinenl waa
atade that King Geurse out ot consider
ation fey Ms lete fa thee s old servant and
kki awn servant. wouM provide tit.OO to
ward Xsh's debts.
The receiver ' added that -the creditor
aout, not etpect from the king "a penny
mow" s tfi advlaed hero not to hold out
f better offer.
KISSER OF GEOOES HELD
UNDER WHITE SLAVE LAW
il'il'X FAIJJI. a. f.. April 7.-peMa!
Telorem Tae Untied SMstes arsnd Jury
In mwm here tvdsv rtturaed several
Mt tntrsit one iJ t am ekarflns; Win
tmm C. h'enr formee pr-n"l-tor ef a
k..V at with talln the white
ee bs In mtl.m wl'fi brissla
Wiiimrfi from ao'i City tu
"..- ktnavr. when arraltrred before
Jlse f:int enrd a (lea ef nH
.i i aiki er irr naa vsed. for the
eanta or wn weave fee tse dfrnlant
st tae eipeea' ef the government
LOS UNGELES CHIEF OF
POLICcIS UNDER FIRE
UVS A M.I.I.: 4. si . ArU ;. Charles 1
r eiee. I t slk e. ns r-
t-lev m an UUi. Im'M re-
HSM by the ja n-V '
" a'el r.-arsie; bint atl
.'b M l&e asetiit ,f r-k.it
ra. l w t . Li: te Pratt.
was Issil- k4 in ak.t B it .
&s'4 thai t d.' eevi,4 pfeed le
i4. si tr4ay. lie waa sua
ee. nS St k e ve lt eiaM and
s be '.t. hw tie ;.4f te be a
OF WAR-French mechanics
flying machine for a scouting
' ELECTION WAITS
GoTernor Will Not Issue Proclama
tion Till Arrangements Made for
Budget During Interim. .
SAYS. H. -B, 137 WILL DO IT
(From'a Staff Correspondent.) .
, LINCOLN, Neb., April . 7. (Spe
cial.) Tha fate of the proclamation
calling for a special election on' the
consolidation of tbe cities to com
prise, tha pro posed. "greater Omaha'1
rests' TsrrTToTiss'Koie Coternor
Morehead said thla moaing that No
13 7, .which provides for the raising
of funds to run the greater city be
tween. January 1, when' the Omaha
municipal year expires and the time
when the other cities' municipal ywnr
expires, must be taken care of or it
will be useless to issue the procla
and Peace Envoys
. Off for The Hague
NEW YOTtK, April T.-Madame Roslka
Schwlmmer,; press secretary of the Inter
national Woman Suffrage alliance takes
back to Europe with her today eight
men and, women to organise and attend
the peace conference to be held at The
Hague April , and 90. The party
were i passengers on the Scandinavian
American line steamship, Frederick VI It
Included (ln .the party wets. Mr... and
Mrs. Bross Lloyd.. Mr a Julius Loeb,' Miss
Florence Hoi brook and Mrs. Elian Blnna
of Chicago; Miss Laura Hughe of, To
ronto and Demarest Lloyd of Boston.
Mme. Schwlmmer has been . In . this
country since September urging Amer
icana to loin In a peace conference to
protest aaliist ' the continuance .of the
war. 8he has delivered . addresses In
twenty states. One purpose of her visit
waa to Induce the t'nited States to Inter
cede In the war. On the eve of her de
parture Mme. Hchwlmmer said:
"We have received word that so many
women want to attend tha conference
thst there la not a room In the pears
palace large enough for them. I will
talk In many towns tn . Norway and
Sweden before going to the Hague. We
understand the women ot Russia will not
be allowed to come because they cannot
Omaha it notable for ita
oumcroua aocial clubs, and
in lummcf time the hospi
tality of its country clubs
particularly delights v i a
itors. . The .club houses are
modern and comfortable
and the coif links and9 ath
letic grounds answer well
all the requirements.
rf 4l.KHVl.tM named f . r the best ar.
t..-t ,f r--a r.r tutlit-. Mum
know s-Mi.liiliis about etram bolt
ers, man Ul mase ttstt. 6e or
ti.fcf tio4iti. f?M re,uir4 ru aowda
Ne utner .tared apply.
Pee farther lafeemat'
in a Vest
tee W ami
aa aswuem ef The he
EITEL CHIEF ASKS
SHIP BE ItlTERtiED
Commander Thierichent Inform
Collector of Fort He Desires to
Haye Craft Held in United -State
DASH TO SEA 13 IMPOSSIBLE
Nary Department Announce - Con
verted Cruiser' Will Be Taken
to Norfolk Yard.
MEN MUST GIVE PLEDGES
WASHINGTON. April ,7. Com
mander Thierlchena of the German
auxiliary cruiser Prlnx Eltel Fried
rich informed the collector of cua
toms at Newport Newa tonight that
he desired to Intern his ship in
American waters for the war.
The commander said he had been
obliged to determine upon this course
because relief, which would have
ninde possible a dash for the sea, had
failed to arrive.
It was announced at the Navy de
partment V.t the Eltel would be
taken to the Norfolk navy yard for
internment and its officrs and crew
bound not to participate further in
NEWPORT NEW8, Va., April 7.
Commander Thierichens sent for Col
lector Hamilton tonight and told him
of the decision to intern his ship,
and said that he awaited the orders
of the United States government.
The collector immediately noti
fied the Treasury department at
Washington and later went into a
conference with the naval authori
ties aa to procedure.
Strike on Harriman
System Taken. Up
By Federal Probers
CHICAGO, April N7.-In vest lga'tlon ef
wagea and working conditions of Pull
man conductors and porters waa - sus
pended by1 the federal Industrial com
mission today until next Saturday upon
receipt of information that John S. Run
noils, president of' the Pullman company,
and Robert T. Lincoln,' chairman of the
uoai'd.-4f. .directors, are too 111 to appear
before the eommlwlon.
Complaint ef ahopmon of the Illinois
Central and .other so-called Harriman
roads were taken up.- This phase of the
inquiry was expected td Isst-three daya.
'Charles If. Markhsm, president of the
Illinois Central, was 'the firat witness.
He read a statement asserting that the
shopmen's strike of 1911 waa "ill advised
and Inopportune," and did not represent
the attitude of the men, 'but, largely the
"selfish ambitions" of would-be union
- Had the, ultimate purpose of the strike
been achieved, Mr., Mark ham said the
railroads would have been helpless. A
strike in a sawmill, he illustrated, might
tie up a whole railroad system. He read
a record ot alleged violent aete which
marked 'the strike. The reading of the
statement consumed two hours.
Chairman Walsh questioned Mr. Mark
ham as to the requests of federation of
employes of the Illinois Central and of
requests of fed ration officials for con
"I was consistent in declining those
petitions," said tha witness.
Mr. Mnrkham aald that guards placed
over company property and men gener
ally were not armed, but where they
were Isolated and especially open to at
tack they were given weapons of de
"Our men were Instructed to avoid
bloodshed as far aa possible and suc
ceeded," said the witness.
"What percentage of the craft em
ployes left when the strike was called r'
asked Mr. Walsh.
"Nearly 100 per cent. Tou must re
member the men thought It was a aort
of Jotfe, they didn't know what they
were about "
I Body of Girl Neither
. . Asset Nor Liability
IK8 MOINES, Ia., April T.-The body
of Miss Dollie Morgan of Denver, after
her death, would be of no value and
should not be considered an asset, or a
liability in the settlement of the bank
rupt Mose Levlch business, according to
H. H. Whltaker, referee In bankruptcy,
who handed down a decision today. This
is the answer to tbe question of levich
ssklng whether the bill of sale that he
held ever Miss Morgan's body after her
death should be considered In the settle
ment of his business. tvlch came Into
snaaeseton of the bill of sale In January,
lflOT, when the young woman entered his
pawnshop and for tie gave hint the right
te It after her death.
JURY IN COLORADO PAGE
CASE FAILS TO AGREE
I)E.NVKR. Colo., April 7.-A Jury in the
juvenile court yesterday failed to agree
as to whether a mother violates the law
when she allows tier son to serve as a
pegs In the state legislature. The case,
hU h nss tried before Judge Bon . B.
Llndsey. was that against Mrs. Ida, Den
nis, rharged with violation of the. state
srbooi laws. Iter son Frsnk. fl, la a page
In the house ef repreaentetives, and that
body appointed a commutes of its mem
bers to defend Mrs. Dennis. Fallowing
tbe dlechargs of the jury the prosecution
announced' that steps would be taken for
a second trial. The legislature is to ad
journ neit Saturday and on 'Monday
Vtaak will go back to school.
THOMPSON WINS ,
Republican Candidate i Elected
Major of Chicago by a Rec
WOMEN VOTERS ARE TOR HIM
CHICAGO, April 7. Complete re
turna from yesterday's municipal
election 'Hhow that William Hale
Thompson, republican, waa elected
mayor by a plurality of 188,891, the
largest plurality ever given a candi
date for that office In Chicago. Hit
majority over all waa 111,475.
Out of a total registration of 7(19,
017, there were cast for mayor 69,
891 votes, divided aa follows
William Hale Thompson (republi
can), 390,683; Robert M. Swettzer
i (democrat). 251,792; Seymour Caed-
iman (socialist), 23.826; John J. Hill
Women Vate foe Thompson.
i Sixty-one per cent of the women'a vote
was cast for Thompson, according to an
estimate of election officials. Tlilrty-elx
per cent of the women's votes was cast
for Pweltier. It waa the first time that
women voted for mayor IrPChtcago. The
total women vote for Thompson waa
144.M4; for Sweltser, M.71S. y
For the first time In the history of
Chicago a negro, Osoar De Priest, wn
elected to sens in the city council. He
waa chosen from the Second ward, which
is thickly populated by negroes. He waa
a former county commissioner. Mitchel
(Hlnky Dlnkl Kenna. who has served aa
alderman from the First ward for twenty
years, waa re-elected by a plurality of
Revision of police returns showed the
next' city council will be made up of
thirty-four republicans,'' twenty-nine dem
ocrats, three Independents, two socialists
and two profcresstvs.
"The crooks had better move out of
Chicago before I am Inaugurated," ssld
Mayor-elet Thompson in a statement.
"This town will be cleared of criminals
so completely before the new administra
tion la many weeka old that the whole
world will understand that Chicago ia a
safe place to come to.
"I go to the meyor's office absolutely
free, owing no obligations to any faction.
Thla is not to be a political administra
tion in any way. I shall aek the biggest
men In Chicago to become members of
my cabinet, even though their salaries
aa cabinet officers will be small.
"Credit for the republican victory was
given to the women voters by Mrs.
Thompson, wife of the mayor-elect
Wen front Olson. '
In a close primary contest Thompson
"won from Harry Olaon. chief Justice of
the municipal court, by a plurality of
3,00. Hweltzer defeated Mayor Harrison
by a plurality -of T9.1M. '-., . .,-, .i.
Thompson was born in Boston. Mass.,
tn Iffis, and was brought to- Chicago by
his parents the followiiMr year. In a
(Continued on I'age Two, Column Three.)
House of Marshall
" Looted by Burglars
INDIANAPOLIS. April . T.The home
here of Thomas R. Marshall, vice presi
dent of the United Ptates, hns been en
tered by burglars. It became ' known to
day. Vice President and Mrs. Marshall
are visiting relatives of Mrs. Marshall In
rVnttsdale, Aria., where they went efter
Mr. MarsluOl had represented President
Wilson at the dedication of the Panama
Paclflo exposition at Ban Francisco. "
It had not been learned today whether
anything of value had been taken. Tha
robbery waa discovered by Mr. Marshall's
neighbors, who found a window had been
broken. There waa no altverare or
Jewelry In the house when the robbery
was Inveetfgsted.'-but the neighbors pre
sumed that such articles had been re
moved before the Mat-shells departed
early In March.
Berlin Announces ;
Sinking, of the U-9
BERLIN (Via Amsterdam and London.
4 56 p. m.) April 7. The German admir
alty haa given out an official statement
in which the loss .of the submarine U-t
Is aocopted. . The text of the communi
"The submarine U-t has not returned
from its cruise. According to a. report
of tbe British admiralty of March
this vessel, with Its crew, waa sent to
the bottom. It therefore must be re
garded as lost"
Peoria Woman is "
Murdered by Negro
PKOIUA, 111., Apr d T.-An unidentified
negro murdered Mrs. William H. Bchrtver
here today after attempting a criminal as
sault, lie cut the woman's throat. Tbe
crime waa witnessed by her four small
children. The negro escaped.
SAINTS REITERATE THEIR
LA MO N I, la., ArrH 7 (Special Tele
gram.) Jamaa Peacock of Toronto, Can
ada, waa tha speaker at the morning
services of the general conference of the
Lattr Day Saints hre. Apostle Uomar
T. Griffiths presided over the business
session. A resolution seeking to prohibit
the use by other denominations of bap
tismal fonts owned by the Saints waa
The reorganisation haa always stood for
an open Bible and a free pulpit to all.
and by today'a action they strengthened
the liberality of thet position.
Dr. Joseph Luff at Independence, Mo.,
resigned his position as church phy
sician, which office he haa occupied slues
1K06. Twenty years ago today (Jrnceland
collne was opened, and today a recep
tion has been held for' all visitors and
home-coming students. A program by
the latttr was given at ths church to
night. Bishop Evans preached as usual
at tbe coliseum. Ills toplo v"Wi the
Thief on ths Cross a Baptised Believer?"
GREAT BRITAIN - :
WILL RESTRICT a
Cabinet Will Annonnoe New Policy,'
Which, it it Expected, Will i
Not Quite Beach Total .1
RUSSIANS ARE PUSHING ATTACK'
Czar ii Rushing Fresh Armies Into!
Paaiet of the Carpathian I
FRENCH CONTINUE OFFENSITTJ
The Day's War Weg7s
man positions between Mens and
the Moselle Is being; made by thd
rrenrh In ' eanttnaattwsi ef thetnj
new offensive mevewienf.
ANOTHER ATTEMPT tn fere thatj
Dardnaellea nnnnrently la nnde
way. An official nnannnoemeat
frnsa f onstantlaeple states that ml
ernlser and n torweda hoa iversij
strnrk by shells dnrlngr n BmbavdUi
tent ef the eater forts na Mosmj
' ny. V j
TCHKIS1I WAR OFFICR else, trwe!
porta m resamntloa of hosttllttea ttsj
the Caneaalan camnalna.
ROMs rOHREIPuaDKlIT ef a Partes
senipsper telenmphs thnt . Italy
and Herrla are at the point af ees
elndlasr aa asrreeeaeat, aades
which Italy will aet object
Serbia's aeonlslttoa of territory ost
the Adrlatlo, prorldea It la aoJ
LONDON. April 7.Tho mllltari
situation In tfc Carpathians la cora' v
petlng with the prohibition question.
In the interest of the British public,,
The cabinet meeta today. It is ei-!
peeled that .announcement will ba
made of measures to provide drastio
restrictions on tha consumption of
liquors, but total prohibition, la noC
expected- - ' I. ,
Attention ia concentrated on thr
Carpathian passes, -where the Rus
sians are bringing 1 up heavy ' retrc'
orcementa to push their attack, thij'
success of which la expected only
through weight of numbers. On thai
other hand the Austrian and Germ e a
comruandera also are. making etrenu-,
oug efforts to strengthen their forcea.
A est r la as Retreat and Advance. ;
l'etrograd reports tnsti' the section,,
hear the l'sok pass, where Vienna ad- '
mlta a retirement, extends tor a distance,
ot seventeen miles. To offset thla Vienna
claims a counter . of fcnslvs movement .
near Lupkow pass, where the Austrian
report the taking of several Russian,
positions,- with the , capture of 7,000
prisoners. v ,
A conservative Interpretation ' of both '
the Austrian and Russian reports lead
to the belief that the Russian offensive) .
at LupkoW has been checked, while they i
have 1 forced their .wsy through thex
Rostok pass, capturing two villages oaj
the southern side of the range.
French Coatlaao Of reaalre. -
In the west arena tha French continue
their ; offensive movement between then
Meuse and the Lorraine frontier. Their
reported gains in the AiUy torest Indi
cate th possibility of a new danger for
the Germans holding St Mlhlel. while thoi
advance to the east of Verdun Is regarded
in London aa threatening 8t. Mlhlel from
the north. Berlin reports heavy fighting
in thla region without results for thai
The belief trt operations la the Dar-4
danelles have been resumed la general Uaj
London today.' Nevertheless, complete
alienee prevails concerning details ef thai
result of any actlvtUea. .
ww asa-e vir II iw, WVfgflWII
SUDDENLY TO DRY COLUMN
SUPERIOR. Wta., April T.-SupeHor. ,
the second city In Wlaoonsln. switched
suddenly from the wet to the dry column
today when the error was discovered la
taking the count from yesterday's election, ,
One hundred and fifty saloons are af
fected by the dry victory..
. . .
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