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TUT, BKE: OMATlA, TUKSDAY, AIT.1L JO, 1913.
NIPPONESE STIR UP
REBELLION IN CHINA
Bun Tat Sen Bettered to Be Acting
with Japan in Bevolt Against
Yuan Shi Xai.
MANY TRAITORS ARE EXECUTED
rCKINO. April l.--CoriSlderlns. the fact
that tt Japanese -ave altnnee to Pr.
Fun Tit H In hla rebellion asalnst
PrMnt Tusn Rhl Kal' and that Hr.
Pun retired to Toklo after the revolt waa
put down, the report credited In nffl
rlst circles here that HunaTlutse tvsnrts
fim south Mawhurla. led by Japanese,
are now marauding on the HhantmiR
peninsula In the vtdnlty of Talnn Tau.
with bannera Inscribed rana-uard of the
army against Tuan 8hl Kal."
The Chinese sovernntent lotUred an
il her proteet with Toklo Saturday re
tnr'llnR the reported movement of Jap-
nese troopa In Shantung, and aJeo, It la
i;nJertood, elloirlnit that Japanese troopa
prevented Chinese troop from pursuing
hr.nrls of brtsands near Trlmo, In neutral
trrrltory north of Tslns; Tau.
Chinese government reports are said to
eonnrm the newspaper acoouats of an
alleged agreement between Dr. Sun and
Japanesa agenU for Japanese, support
with money and arms and men for an
Numerous executions In several centers,
Including Peking, of emissaries of Dr.
fun are now Uklng place, the law In
China not belnr sufficiently advanced to
kive these men fair trlaje. LJttl beyand
the denunciation f alleged offenders by
detectives Is necessary to bring about
an execution. . .
to cut sperlflo Itama In either the main
tenance or the asJarles MIL The former.
House. Roll No. 7M. was not signed tintll
this morning, gome minor mistake have
been olaeonred In the maintenance bill,
Involving errors presumably made In th
conference committee. In computing tha
totals of several department approprla
tlons. Ona Hem of tVO for the purchase of
seven new. tiVwrltere, Included In the
supreme court appropriation, la not fig
ured In tha total. Aa a result tha total
is short that amount. Another mistake
was mado In totalling- tho appropriation
for tha state library, making tha total
sum $1,000 shorter than the actual total
of the various Items. The library com
mission Is short IliO on Its total. Other
wise the totals ccrrespond with the spe
cific Items. Jt Is thought that the spe
cific Items will govern and that tha errors
will make no teal difference.
Other Bills Blsaed.
Other bills sinned by tha governor to
day include the general claim bill, House
noli No. T5J. carrying total of 13. 403;
House I toll No. 410, authorising attorneys
for boar. is of Education to prosecute on
forfeited bonds: Senate File No. 211, al
io Inn lncrrrwated cities and towns to
levy not to' ckreed 1 mill for muela and
anusement purposes on a unanimous vote
of the elty council of board of trust wis;
ftenate Kile No, 2D9. allowing maximum
school tcty to be raised from IB td 4$
mllla where 9 ter cent of voters ap
prove; Senile file- No. T7, carrying-a
general raise In pay for Omaha fir and
House Rcll So.' 9, the bill STPropHat
Ing HM.0OO for a hospital building and
Improvement at the Omaha Medical col.
leae, was one of the last bills to receive
the governor's signature.
Japanese Girl is :
ORBOON CITY,. Ore., April lt.-FuWro
Fuyuko rukal. a 11-year-otd Japanesa
girt, for the second tlm In two months
has determined 'her right to tha title of
champion speller of Clackamas county
In her school grade, the fifth. ' In com
petition with thirteen i representative
spellers selected by contest la. eleven
school districts of tha county, ah spelled
them all down
Mr. Hear Neltamaa,
BEATRICE. Neb., April lS.-tBpec.lal.)
Mrs. Henry Nettman eiplred suddenly at
her bom la this city Saturday night of
apoplexy, aged U era During the early
part of tha evening ah complained of a
ever headache and a few hours later
ha was stricken and died before medical
aid could reach her. 8 be to survived by
her husband aad sis children.
Leeatloa (or Poatofflee.
WASHINGTON, April IS Speolat fel-
vwrmm t t ne secretary or Ilia treasury
he selected ths site for the mihllr t.oii.i.
Ing to be ereetea at Newcastle. Wyo. It Is
located at the corner of Warren and
Summers streets. The property Is to be
conuwmned. Tho owiwr are t he Uncoln
iana company aaa Mrs. xeich. ,
There Is apt to be a latent apprebenaton
t)f dlstreaa to anar Uw ootri elate tor of
exportation. Jjut this la quit overcom
by the advice of so many women to use
"alothera Friend." This Is an aittmal
application dealt-nad to so rubricate the
ntuaclaa and t Uiua so relievo the prea
sure reacting on the nerve, that the
natural strata upon tha cord and Usa
rrients Is not aooompaaled by those sever
peine said to cauoe nausea, morning tck
neas and nuuiy local distress a This
splendid emla-ocatloa la known to a muitl
tude of mothers.
Hii y peopie believe that tbose remedies
which have stood th test of time, that
have been put to every trial under the
varying condition of age. wslght; general
health, etc, snay bo aaiely railed upon.
And fudging by th fact that "Mother'
r rlend" ha been la continual use since
our grandmother's earlier years aad Is
known throughout the United State It
r.ay be easily Interred that It la son
thing that women talk about and gladly
recommend to proepectito mothers.
"atuther's Vrlena" t propered only to
our ova laboratory and la sold by arug
lata everywbsre. Ass for a buttle tede.y
and write for a special book for eipeeta.nt
meuwra. Adarea tradAcla fitgiilatyf
7I Laour tUug., AUaaU, Ca,
MRS. H. F. W. WARDEN, wife of Lieutenant Warden of
the royal medical corps, and formerly Miss Mary Easby
Smith of WasMnffton, D. C, has arrived in New York with
her husband, after kidnaping him from the British army.
He went to the steamship to see her off and she locked the
cabin door until the boat sailed.
Mia ; i
HOLDS LEO FRANK
HAD FAIR TRIAL
(Continued from rage One.)
of mob domination or tha like. The .'acta
were examined by those courts upon evi
dence submitted on both sides and both
courts found Frank's allegations to be
groundless, except with respect to a few
matters of ( Irregularity not harmful to
th defendant. , '
This court holds that such a delerml-
nstlon of the facts cannot In this collat
eral' Inaolry ba treated as a pulllty,. but
must b taken as setting forth th truth
of th matter until some reasonable
ground la shown for an Inference that
the supreme court of Georgia either was
wanting in jurisdiction or committed error
In tha exercise of It jurisdiction. The
mere assertion by tha prisoner that th
facts are other than th atate courts upon
full Investigation determined them to be,
will hot b treated as raising an Issue
respecting th correctness of that deter
mination, especially not where th evi
dence upon which th determination was
rested Is withheld by him who attacks
Coort Rooaa Issne.
Respecting the fact that Frank was
not present in the court room when the
verdict was rendered (hla preseno hav
lng been waived by Ms counsel, but with
out his knowledge or consent), the Geor
gia oourt . held that because Frank,
shortly after th verdict, was made fully
aware of th fact, and he then made a
motion for a new trial upon over 100
grounds, not Including thla aa one, and
had that motion heard by both th trial
court and the supremo court, ha could
not after this move had been flnallly ad-
ludloated against him. move to set aside
the verdict as a nullity because of his
absence when tho verdict was rendered.
Thla court holds that there Is nothing
In th fourteenth amendment to prevent
state from adopting and enforcing so
reasonable regulation of procedure."
Justice Tltney said that tba practice
established In the Georgia courts that a
defendant may waive his right to be
present when th Jury renders its ver
dict "is within the authority of the state
"Th presence of the prisoner at th
rendition of th verdict." he said, "Is not
so eesentlal a part of the heating that
a rule of practloe permitting the accused
to waive It and holding him bound by
th waiver, amount to a deprivation of
due process of law."
Justice Holme baa hla dissent largely
on the ground that the finding of th
stat supreme court on the existence of
mob vlolonce at a trial la not binding on
th I'nlted States supreme court, a was
held by th majority, lie aald h aaw
no reason for adopting a sterner rule In
criminal appeals than In clvtl appeals
and held where questions of law and
fact were Intermingled In civil cases, aa
here, the I'nlted Btatea supreme court
may review a stale court's finding of
"The single question In our mind," said
Justice Holmes, "Is whether a petition
alleging that the trial took place In th
midst of a mob savagely and manifestly
Intent on a single result. Is shown on Its
face unwarranted by the specifications.
which may be presumed to set forth ths
strougest Indications of the fact at the
petitioners' command. This Is not a
matter for polite presumptions; we must
look facta In the faoe. Any Judge who
has sat with Juries knows that la spite
of forms they are extremely likely to be
Impregnated by the environing atmos
phere. And when w find th judgment
of the expert on the spot, of th judgs
whose business It waa to preserve, not
only form, but substance, to have been
that If one Juryman' yielded to th rea
sonable doubt that he himself later ex
pressed In court as tha result of moot
anxious deliberation, neither prisoner nor
counsel woo Id be safe from the rage of
th crowd, we think the presumption over
whelming that the Jury responded to the
passion of the mob.
"Of course, we are speaking only of ths
case tnsde by the petition, and whether It
I ought to be heard. L'pon allegation of
this gravity, In our opinion. It ought to
be heard, whatever the decision of the
state court mav have been.
"It may be, on a hearing, a different
complextlon would b given to the Judge's
alleged request and. expression of fear.
But, supposing the alleged facts to be
true, we are of the opinion If they wer
before the supreme court. It sanctioned a
situation upon which ' the court! of th
United States should act and If for any
reason they were not be for th supreme
oourt, It Is our duty to act upon them
bow and to declare lynch law aa little
valid when practiced by a regularly
drawn Jury a when administered by on
elected by) a ntob Intent on death,"
) -win Kep i b ria-ht. -:
. ATLANTA. Oa., April' .--"I m very
much disappointed, but I will keep up
th fight," said Leo M. Frank, when In
formed that his esse had gone agalnat
Frank's attorneys aald they believed
every means In Frank's behalf before)
th courts now had been exhausted. They
added that they probably would prepare
a petition asking the Georgia prison
commission to commute Frank's sen
tence. Contest for. Campbell
Millions Begins in
St. Louis Court
ST. LOUIS. April 1.-Trlal of th suit
against the will of Jamea Campbell, trac
tion magnate, was scheduled to begin In
the circuit court her today. An estate
conservatively estimated at fi6,000,0 Is
The contestants' case hinges on th
question of whether Lol Campbell Burk-
htin I th daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
James Campbell. The claim la also mad
that Campbell was of unsound mind.
Campbetl left his entire estate In iqual
shares to his widow and to Lois Camp
bell, to whom he referred a hi daugh
ter. After their death and the death of
any heir which Mrs. Barkhem may leave
the entire estate will go to 6t. Louis unl-
vsrslty for th establishment of a medical
school and hospital.
Th attorney for the contestants an
nounced today that sirs. Anne Elisabeth
Blair ltlcka, who, the contestants claim.
Is the mother of Mrs. Louis Campbell
Burkham, will be the principal witness
for th contestants.
Wilson Urges Calm
On Part of All People
Of the United States
WASHINGTON, April 1.-Preeldent
Wllsn urged calmness on the part of
th I'nlted "tates during the European
crisis In an address here today formally
opening the cor.grea of th Daughter of
the American Revolution. He said that
he could aprak only In general terms and
that It was Indiscreet for him to apeak
Tho preeldent declared that the su
preme tost of a nation waa self-possession,
the power to restrain emotions,
think calmly and be absolutely sure of
everything It doe. The United State.
ho said, must possess the Judicial tem
perament, not In order to Judge other,
but In order to judge calmly what It doe
Th president described th United
Statea aa a melting pot of nationalities
and added that the nation waa new on Its
mettle to art ilghleously.
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BEAR TO GET CITY
Capital of Turkey. Promised
Rnnia by Weitern Allies
if It it Taken.
AGREEMENT IS IN WRITING
ROME. April 19. (Via Paris.)
The Sunday Mesaagero publishes an
Interview had in Petrograd by Its
correspondent with Prof. Paul N.
Mltukoff, leader of the constitution
alist democratic party In the Run
s' an duma.
The Russian program, according to
Prof. Mllukoff. was. liberty in the
Black sea with the possession of the
straits leading from it, evidently im
plying that Russia purposed to oc
cupy Constantinople in the event of
the success of lhe allies. A written
agreement In this sense, Prof. Mllu
koff said, already had been concluded
betwean Oreat Britain, France and
JURY CHOSEN TO
TRY BARNES' SUIT
(Continued from Pag On.)
States and governor - of New Tork was
also dwelt upon by the attorney In fram
ing hla Inquiries.
As the examination proceeded Mr. Bar
ium delved deeper Into political and leg
islative matters, asking th talesmen to
what extent they had been Interested In
Gives II I m Oaee Over.
Mr, Barnes, who had changed his seat,
wung around In hla chair and gased at
Colonel Roosevelt for fully two minute,
then turned back and wrot a memoran
dum on a' pad of paper.
The colonel, leaned far across the table
so as to catch every 'word that was said.
Tha suit Is based upon a statement Is
sued by Colonel Roosevelt during the
campaign last summer of Harvey D, Hin
man for the republican nomination for
governor of New Tork state. In that
statement Colonel Roosevelt referred to
Mr. Barnes as controlling, with Charles
F. Murphy of Tammany Hall, the "all
powerful. Invisible government which la
responsible for the malsdmlnlstratlon and
corruption In public offices of the state."
The statement also contained other refer
erences to Mr. Barnes a "a boss."
j fveoly af Colo.el.
In his answer to th complaint Colonel
Roosevelt denied that by giving out tha
statement he did that Mr. Barnes was
damaged to the extent of 150,000, or any
other sure. , :
He say further that hla motlv In say
lng th thing he did say was "In an
ndeavor aa a cltlsen to advance the
cause of good, honeet and efficient gov
ernment In this atate and without any
malic expressed or Implied toward either
th plaintiff or any other person."
" ' in Penitentiary
LEAVEJfvVQRTlf.' Kan!, April ll.-The
special car carrying Mayor Donn M. Rob
erts and fourteen others convloted In th
Terr Haute election conspiracy esse ar-
rived at the United states penitentiary
at 10:36 o'clock this morning, Th trip
to prison began ' at Indianapolis at 1:60
o'clock yesterday afternoon.
When, th . Missouri Pacific Colorado
filer, to wliloh th coaoh containing th
Terre Haute party was attached, ap
proached the . prison th latter car waa
cut off and pushed through th big Iron
gata Into, th prison yard. Th convloted
n cn ahook hand with th guard who
had aaada th trip with them and walked
to tha office of. th captain of th day
watch. Th men appeared cheerful. Whan
their valuables had been taken from them
the men wer taken to th efflo of th
prison physician, where each submitted
to a physical examination. After th
"photograplng and dressing In" process
had been completed, Mayor Roberta aad
his associate entered th dining room.
where, with 1.30 other prisoner they par
took of their first meal In prison.
Warden Morgan said It had not been
determined what tasks would be assigned
the men. The prison already I over
crowded and for several month It has
been necessary to car for new prisoner
In barracks and dormitories.
Bennett Signs Watson
For the Hastings Reds
HASTINGS, Neb., April .-Gpctal
Telegram.) Manager Bennett today
signed "Rip" Watson of th St. Joseph
Drummer for th Hastings Red. Wat
son was three years with Bt Joseph and
refusing to tak a cut In salary was
given hla release through negotiation with
th Hasting management. Before going
to th Western h was th But league'
premier keyetone sacker.
Preeldent Mile eipecta to submit th
tentative schedule of th Stat leagu
for th manager approval next Wednes
day or Thursday. Th opening has been
fixed for May 14.
Fabre Wins Boston
Marathon Road Race
BOSTON, April l.-Edouard Fabr of
th Richmond Athletic club of Montreal,
a contender In several previous contests,
won th nineteenth Marathon of th Bos
ton Athletic association today. HI Urn
l t hours, n minute and II 1-1 sec
onds, against th record of I hours, SI
minutes. 11 1-t seconds, mad by M. X
Ryan of New Tork la ttll. Clifton X
Horn was aeoond.. Sidney H. Hatch of
the Illinois Athletic club, Chicago, third.
and Hugh llononan of th New Tork
Athletic club, who set the pace for twen
ty-two miles, fourth. .
Vmlwmm ytut My -HOflLIOK'S
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Roland G. Garros, Famous French
Aviator, is Captured by Germans
BERLIN, April IS (By Wireless to
Bayyllla, N. T.) The' report on the prog
ress of hostilities given out today by
German headquarters relates that Lieu
tenant Roland a. Garros, the famous
French aviator, has been made a prisoner
by the Germana at Inglemunster, Bel
glum, seven miles north of Courtral.
lieutenant Garros has flomn In many
competitions In the L'nlted States.
Since the beginning of the war he hss
been among the most daring of the
French airmen. Hla latest exploit was at
Dunkirk, three days ago, when he shot
dead In the air the aviator and observer
of a German aeroplane. He went out
agalnrt the machine alone and as his
machine waa th fastest, he wss able to
TO BRING ITALY
TO FIRING LINE
(Continued from Page One.)
and Roumanla have taken Joint action
In refusing to ' allow foodstuff s for the
civilian population of Austrii-Hungary to
traverse their territories.
Lall In Ftmtlaa.
Although there has been much fighting
In both th eastern and western fields,
operations on a big seals are still aa sit
ing Improvement In the weather on one
side and adequate supplies on the 'other.
Indications are, however. In both th
Carpathian and Poland that th greateet
battle yet to be fought la Imminent and
mu me coming ciaan in uis carpar.niana
will coincide with a groat German ad
vance from the direction of Cracow.
Activities In the Dardanelles are taken
to presage an Important , movement any
day now against th Turkish posltlops on
Faneral of Atlantic pioneer.
ATLANTIC, la. April l.-(Spedal.)-
Th funeral services were ' held at the
Congregational church ' here yesterday
afternoon for the late W. M. Lynch, a
resident of thla county since 1H and of
this city for thirty-eight years, who- died
at 4:30 Friday afternoon from heart
trouble. Deceased was tor years In the
express and transfer business here and
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Garros has appeared In aviation meets
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For Treating Land
WASHINGTON, April l.-8peclal Tel
egram.) Pending the completion of the
tow line canal and lateral system. North
Platte project, Nebraska and Wyoming,
the secretary of th Interior has an
nounced that water Is avallbl and may
b furnished during th sesson of. 1915.
The charge for this water, until further
notice, will be 40 cents per acre foot,
measured at the land. Payment will be
due on March 1 of the year following the
Irrliratlrin Maatn In wh1rH' the water IS
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General Villa is
; Reorganizing Army
WASHINGTON. D. C, April 1.-Gen-eral
Villa retreated yesterday from Ira
puato to Agua Callente with fourteen
troop tralna, according to official dis
patches today to the State department.
Villa announced, the reports say. that
he would reorganise his force of Agues
Calientes for another attack upon Gen
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Hla losses lu the recent assault on Celaya
are estimated officially at 6,000 men.
Obregon's losses are unknown.
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SLAYS CAPTURE 70,000 MEN
Russians Take Principal Chain of
the Carpathians and Hordes
FOES' RESISTANCE DESPERATE
LONDON, April The situa
tion In the Carpathians, regarding
which there was a dearth of news of
late. Is reviewed in a brief summary
issued by the Russian war office,
embracing the period from early in
March up to the present.
As set forth in this review, the
principal chain of the Carpathians,
comprising a front of about seventy
five miles, has fallen into Russian
hands since their offensive began on
Lose Seventy Thoasaad te.
Up to April 12, the Teutonic forces
lined up between LupoKow and t?a-'
sok passes, suffered enormous cas
ualties, losing in prisoners alone
70,000 officers and men, it la de
clared. The resistance of the Teutonic al
lies is described as most desperate
and along the line from Bartfeld to
Uzsok pass the Austro-German forces
were estimated at 300,000 men.
Rostokl, which lies about twenty
five miles to the northwest of Utsolc
pass, hag in the last few days been
the objective of the Russian troops,
but against an advance in this di
rection, the Austrlans have been de
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