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TIIK flKK: OMAHA, TUESDAY, MAY 11. lUIft.
HUGE GRAYES FOR
bodies of 140 Victim of the Luii
Unit Buried at Queenstown
with Fall Honors.
CAUFOBJOA SXTFTRAGIST GUEST J YILgQN NOT TO
OF OMAHA WOMEN.
ML SEND AMERICANS HOME
Qt'EKNSTOWN, May 9 (Via
Londay, May 10.) Affidavits marie
by Miss Jcsjie.Tft Smith of Brace
Mite. O.: Dr. Howard U Fisher.
Major F. Warron Tear! and Robert
Raoktn of New York are the only
permanent records of the Lusltania
disaster obtained by the United
State consulate. All are brief and
Hone reflects seriously upon the be
havior of the Lusltania crew except
ahat dome wjtncws 'consider the
lifeboat fiasco. The affidavits of
Miss smith and Mr. Rankin were
abled tonight to Secretary of State
Bryan, while those of Major Pearls
ind Dr. Fisher were sent to Am
bassador rage at London.
Fteglnnlng at noon today, at Consul
"roet'a orders, the bodies nf the Identl
Ited Americans, covered with the titara
Vnd Stripes were removed from scsttered
kiorsrues and placed side by aide, in the
Sunn.nl Jlne offices on the water front,
.a U.ry were carried ttrous-h the. streets
Bnltrh sailors the crowds uncovered.
Oiean brown coffin contained the
todies of Charles Frohman. Issao V.
Trumbull of Bridgeport, Conn.; Mr.
Hnry l. MarTJona of New York. Chnrle
H. Stevens of Atlantic City. Dr. F. B.
rarson of New Tork, t. Walker" of JCew
tor. TV. Teamon's secretary; Mri. Me
Sirlrte. Ilnah Ccmrton. IT years old; D. T.
Orodrick of Boston. Herbert Ellis of Nw
Vortt and Mrs. plllman of New York.
Ir. Frohr.ian'e secretary arrived today to
k rbsrg of his employer's body.. "
Ond of the survivors Identified lh body
f Mrs. R. V. ghymer of New York, the
tmeiicen widow of an English nobleman,
ho subsequently married, an American
ind liad been living In New York, Sho
iraa on her way to London and he,r nanni
av f 1 probably b added to the list of
merlcan . dead .Her body will ba sent
tack to the l'nlted Ftatee aa well at
'Jioae of others, aoma'of them starting
x Tare? !! tiravea.
A whole company of Hrltish soldiers
today completed the digging ot three
kugo graves, each fee. n which
:he 110 odd unidentified dead will ba
urled tomorrow. The moving of bodies
P tho hill to the cemetery will begin at
l:.T) j. n. and continue until 1 p. m.
Then aa tha last ten or a doseir-ths num
ber to bo determined by the hearses
ivallabli, moves to tha cemetery, th
funeral oreeslon will' form and march
to tba graves. Mounted police, soldiers
md tiyl'iana will participate. Thera will
be a J-ilnt gar vice, clergymen of all
trcrda Joining In saying prayers.
Mary children and little babies still Ha
In the morgues like so' msny dolls. The
townspeople covered tliem with flowars
ind U is possible the, llttlo ones will ba
Maced m a grave together.
Roma om crutches, many limping and
nearly all bruised, tha eurvlvora left their
hotels 'in silent .groups, throughout tha
ifternoon. Thera were some' A merles ns,
many Canadians - and rTngliah.- ' The
present of so many children on the
Luaitanta was ' dua to- tha act that
.'seedlan women wera going to Eng
land to Join their relatlvea whlla their
husbands wera at tha front.
Not a single body waa brought in today
from the spot whera tha Lusltania dla
tlipearcd,' but some .bodies may, yet be
found If a storm does not scatter them.
Thera will not ba ao great a ouniber
picked up, however, as waa tha eaaa In
'.he North Atlantic after the Tltania die
kster, for that vessel remained a fink t so
long all on deck had ample time to care
fully adjust lifebelts.
Two Americana Arrested.
I.tivlrll T. Hates, son of London W,
Hates of New York, vice chairman of tha
American commlealon ' for tha relief of
Hclglum, was arrested at Klnaale yester
lay on a charge of esplonuge whlla
M-arrhing for tha body of hla brother.
Undon W. nates. Jr., who Is believed to
have parlahad on tha Lusltania. Newton
B. Knox, an American mining engineer,
who waa with Mr. Bats, waa taken Into
custody at tha same time.
The sergeant who made tha arresta ae
ruaed tham of being officers of a Oer-
man submarine. After being taken be
for a eaptaln they wera detained at the
barracks a half hour, until United States
consul Frost at Queenstown vouched for
their Innocence. ; Their aeareh ot the
oast revealed no trace ot tha body of
L. W. Bates. Jr. - "
The body of Mra. Anthony Wataon of
New York haa been added to the lint of
Identified American dead, whlla the name
of John Williams,- -year old, haa been
n.il.ided In tha list of survivors.
William Webb, the 'representative 'of
Alfred O. Vanderhllt wanted to aeitd a
tug last night to continue tho search for
Mr. Vanderbllt'a body, but tha admiralty
and Cunard Una officials discouraged the
plan and It waa abandoned. Thera la no
Indication when tha search for bodies
will b resumed.
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Congressman and Mrs. Wllllsm Kent
of Csllfornls arrived yesterdsy from
WasblnKion to bo the guests of their
cousin. Mrs. lMwstd U Burke. Mrs.
Kent Is prominent in suffrage circles and
la chairman of the committee of too In
charge of the maintenance fund of the
The Kfiual Franchise society will give
a tpa at the. Hotel Font ene lie Tbursdsy
afternon at -4 o'clock. In honor of Mrs.
Kent, at which time she will tell about
the success of suffrage tn California.
Reserrstlnns for the tes should ba made
to Mrs. K. S. . Hood, president of tha
Equal Franchise society, before Wednes
Mr. and 'Mrs. Kent were expected In
Omaha several weeks ego, but their visit
wsa deterred tin account of tha congress
man's poor ha4th. . Maay social affairs
are planned . in honor of these guests
during their stay.
ACT HASTILY IN
(Continued from Tag One.)
i t'n . 'n be voiced In s fsr more
effect 'vi- way n-Hhout declaring war.
; The althdrswsl of Ambssssilr flersrd
without srtuHlly severing diplomatic rela
tions hes bn suggesteC In nm offl
r ml quarters ss one way of Inilb s'lns the
foellng of the Ame'lcsn government.
Other officlsls Intlmste that s complete
seiersnce of dlplomntlc telstlons until
complete repnrstlon snd spolosy l msde
I rrobsbly would conform to the wishes of
'Amerlren public opinion.
Before snv suc'i step lr rcaihed. how
evr. certain prellmlnsrv steis most likely
will be followed. As soon ss Ambassador
Oeiard's report from the Oerrmin kov
errmcnt on the fsct of the sinking of
Ihi Lusltania are received. It is exacted
(hut a note will be sent demanding full
reparation under the wsrnlng of the
t'nlted Wales thst Ocrmany would be
h.ld to "a strict acoountiolilty" for tlie
lss if Americsn vessels or lives." The
t sse of the Americsn steamer Oulfllg! t,
torpedoed without warning, the attsck by
tSermsn airmen on the Amrrl'sn ship
rushing and the drowning of lcon C.
i Thresher, sn Amer1'n. on board the
1 American stesmer Fslaba probably will
! be grouped In the general represontstlons.
On Germany's reply will depend tha
nature of the next step by the l'nlted
Kstra Beaaloa Poaetltle.
While White House officlsls would not
deny specifically that sn extrs session
of congress mtKht be celled, they said
there was no Indication whatever thst
thf president has any such Intention St
Close observers of the trend of official
though believed the preaident first would
take steps to express tha horror of the
American people over the killing of neu
trals on tho LiiBltsnla. The step most
discussed wss the breaking off of diplo
matic relations and tha sending of repre
sentations recording the opinion of the
American government on the Lusitanla,
Falaba, Gulfllght and Cushlng Incidents.
YUAN SHI KAI, presi
dent of the republic of
China, facing an immi
nent crisis with Japan.
Miss Jollvet. who waa among tha sur
vivors taken to Queenstown. said ahe
and Mr. Frohman ware standing on decs
aa the I,usltanla healed over. They de
cided not , to trust thamselvts to life
boats. ; although , Mr. t Frohman believed
tha slilp waa doomed. It was after reach
ing this decision that he had no fear of
death, r .!.' ' v :',
' EEGRET TO U. S.
; . . AT LIVES LOST
(Continued from Page One.)
Austria Must Give
Reply by Midnight
PAltlS. May 10 "Tha government of
Italy today swalis the final n-ply or
Auatria." says a Pome diaiatch to I .a
Uberta. "In the ituarim tha publlcalioa
of Important dcoreea wl:U-h were allinrd
st the last meeting of the cabinet hss
K-en withheld. I Warn from an excellent
source that unless Austria s answer ar
rives before midnight tonight, or If the
epl is unfavorable. Italy will conelder
the negotiations terminated "
of the war had led t tha kaa of ao
many American lives.'. Tha phraaoa uaad
were those of the ambsssador In a writ
ten atatement glvan out after hla call.
The Statement Said:
"Tha Oermati ambesadnr called at tha
8tata department and axpresed his deep
regret that tha events ot tha war had
led to tha toss of to many American
Uvea." . . ,
Whether tha expression waa made on
instruction from hla government or hla
own Initiative waa not made clear by
tho ainnaasador nor exnlaJned bw Mr.
Bryan. Inasmuch as It waa tha' flrat
atatement or Its kind since American
Uvea wera lost on tha British steamer
Falab and tha Americsn steamer Gulf-
light which also wera torpedoed-and no
specine. mention waa made of tho Lus
ltania Incident tha Impression prevailed
in orfloJal quarters that tha ambassador s
atatement waa the lbusI broad expres
sion which diplomatic repreeentattvees
are permitted to make when a dlsaatar
occurs to tha cltisens of a friendly country.
Will Have Little bffect.
Tha action of the German ambaaaador.
however, will have little effect oa tha
policy to be pursued It waa said, unless
tho airman government makes formal
apology for tha loss of Americans on tha
Lusltania 'and promisee reparation. .
Just what course tha United States
will follow still Is undecided. President
Wilson locked himself In his study la
tha White House during tha forenoon and
gave, strict orders not ba ba disturbed.
For two days ha haa consulted no one
not even the closest members of his of
flclal family preferring to work out In
aolttdde a policy ha may aubmlt tomor
row to itla adtlaers. . He s tod led docu
ments and papera on tha law of tha case
today and was believed slso ta ba map
ping out tha ereech ha is to deliver to
nltrftt before the gathering in Philadelphia
of sevsraj thousand 'of newly naturalised
A severance of diplomatic relatione
j wmi unniaiir, ii was pointeo out, wouio.
have a strloua affect on the humantarlan
work tha t'n I ted Rtatea haa been con
ducting. Tba American staff In Belgian
tnlfitt not be rmltted by, Germany to
remain and complications that might
destroy tha effectiveness of tha American
relief might result. These are considera
tions which it Is known tha president la
turning over In hla mind.
Wonders What the
U, 8 Will Do About
Murder of Citizens
LONDON, May 10 "Our enemies have
reached a degree of Infamy, culminating
In tha destruction of the Lusltania, which
It Is simply hopeless to attempt to de
scribe," said Andrew Bonar Law, leader
of the opposition In tho House of Com-
mrms. In a speech today. Mr. Bonar
Law's remarks-ware delivered on the oc
casion of the presentation of a medal to
Captain. Bell of the British steamship
Thordls, which rammed a Qerman aub-
marine off Beachey Head In February.
"This is not an act of warfare." Mr.
Bonar Law continued. "It ia simply mur
der most foul, most unnatural."
Paying that up to the present no "ef
fective protest" hsd been made by any
neutral country, he added: i
"What will happen now? Tha great
proud nation tha United States Is the
neutral country most closely affected by
this latest outrage. Tha simple fact la
that cltlsena of that great country have
been barbarously murdered. It lg not for
ma to say what their action ought to be,
but I feel sure Ihe Vnltad Btstes will ba
guided not merely by the momentary In
terests of tha country, but by feelings
as to what Is dua to a gt nation among'
other nations of the world." i
Mr. Bonar Law aald that If the alnk-
tng of tha Lusltania had tho effect ha
believed it would upon the feelings, not
only of British soldiers, but of the whole
nation, "then we can thank tba Germans
for tha last instance of their barbaroua
WASHINGTON. May 10 tSpeclsl Tel-
rsram.) A penoion wss graniea to nsrry
Nixon of Pullerton, Neb., or in.
Frank Pcnnerly was reappointed post
master st McLaughlin, Carson county.
A rural free delivery route win oe es-
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Additional List of
NEW TOUK. May 10-Tlie following
list of names of Identified dead among
those who perished on the Lusltania was
received by table at the Cunard line of
i FirtST CLASS
Mr ). W. Htevcns. .Montreal.
harlcs I. I'svnter. l.lverxo (previ
ously reported among purvlvorei.
Mrs A In-wise, New York.
It. Klnn (T. It. Klnsi
Krsnk .). Nmimatin, New Vork.
Itoticrt W. 'rooks, Toronto (previously
reiHirtrd sinons survivors).
.Mrs Hrown i.Mif M. C. Brown).
HKi.'UNi) t'L.V ..-.
Mr. K. King.
I lev James A. Kwnttie
William P.. Husvlne,
IV ('. Tycrs.
Michael folev (A. It. KolV
J. Splllinan tJohn B. KplUman).
Carlton J. Bnvlrlrk C. T. Brorierick).
W. U. Mitchell.
"Mar Hansen (Mra. ilanson).
Mrs. K llorton.
Mrs. Klliti.lictli Hull (.Mrs. J. H. Bull).
Ilev. Canan E. E. f'halr.
Miss A. Koblnaon.
?'. I.. Jones.
C. Yen t mn n.
John Mnlhman l.l. V. Malnmsn).
flenrtre I' Meancy.
Cornelius Prlscoll tT. firescoll).
Margaret Corrigon i Margaret Canlgan
reported among survivors).
Mrs. Johnson (A. Johnson!
Mrs Marv Bsrrow.
James Anderson Roberts.
Miss Nell Frances Bass and Mr. Will
Harrison, both of Omaha, were married
by Rev. Charles W. Pavldge at the resi
dence of the bride's psrents, 5006 Plnkney
street, Saturdsy evening at S o'clock. Mr.
Harold Bass and Miss Minnie Ehlers
were best man and lady. A large num
ber of Inlvted guests were present and a
wedding stxpper wss served.
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Churchill Says that Escorts for
Merchantmen Are Not Customary
' LONDON. May 10,-Tho first lord of
the admiralty, Winston Fpencor Churchill,
stated In the House of Commons this
afternoon that Captain Turner of tho
Lusltania had acknowledged receipt of
messages from the admiralty giving htm
warning and directions for the course
he was to take..
"The admiralty had general knowledge
of the German warning Issued In
America," Mr. Churchill declared, "aid
from that knowledge and "Other Informa
tion concerning- submarine movemnta It
aept warnings to the Luslttanav and direc
tions as to Its' course. I think, however.
It Is not right to go Into that matter in
detail, as It Is going to be a subject of
endeavoring to throw blame oh the cap
tain of the Lusltiarrt. In A matter whtcf
will be a subject of full Investigation." '
Continuing. Mr. Churchill said this In
vestigation would be conducted by Lord
Mersey, assisted by skilled assessors, and
tbat.lt would be opened without avoid
able delay. Mr. Churchill's remarks wera
drawn by questions from Lord Charles
Beresford and others, asking for details
aa to what apeed tha Lusltania waa mak
ing when It .was torpedoed; whether
thera waa a patrol boat in that locality;
whether all points where vessels arrive
and depart are now adequately patrolled;
what provisions 'were made In the casa
of the Lusltania In view of the warning
Issued in America; whether Mr. Churchill
waa aware that previously to last Friday
German submarines had for some time
been actively at work on the south coast
of Ireland; whether he was aware that
tho admiralty had provided torpedo boats
and other naval vessels to meet on the
south coast of Ireland steamers carrying
horses from tha United States on govern
ment account to convoy them to Liver
pool, and, finally, what arrangements, It
any, were mads to convoy and protect the
Inquiry and It might appear that I was Mr. Churchill; replying-to" farther ques
tions, spoke as 'follows
'"The shock Ins.' exception of the Lusl
tania should net divert the attention ot
the House of Commons and the country
from tho fact that Great Britain's entire
seaport trade haa been carried on without
appreciative loss. The general principle
regarding the providing of an escort Is,
that merchant traffic must' look after
itself, subject to the general arrange
ments of the admiralty, and there la no
reason to suppose that this principle ia
not entirely auccessful."
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McAdoo Asks that
Suit Be Dismissed
WASHINGTON.- May IS Secretary
McAdoc. Ci nipt roller Wllltsina and
Tr-aaurer John Burke today petitioned
Ihe district su reme court to dirniUs for
lack of Jurisdiction the suit brought
seainat them by the B'Kgs National bank,
charging conspiracy to wreck the Institution.
"WHY FEAR DEATH?" ARE
t FROM MAM'S LAST WORDS
LONDON, May 1).-Why fear death?
It is ths most beautiful sd venture lit
life," were the last words of Charles
Vruhman befuis he went down with the
!uitanls. according to Ml-stUta Jollvet,
an American actress, with whom tie waa
alir.l UIHng just before the end cams.
Auto Breaks Pole
With Live Wires;
Two Burn to Death
FRESNO. Cel., May 10 -Two are dead
aad two others were in a critical condi
tion from burns aa a result of a collision
ot an automobile yesterday with a power
pois whets wires, earning Cw.000 volts of
electricity, fell upon the rsr. Miss riora
Crouse. aged It, and Carl Mew art w ere
killed siraurit. - Mew art's wife and
George Cole wete so badly burned their
recovery Is doubtful. A fifth occupant
f the machine escaped with a severe
shock and minor Inturtt.
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The War of the fialions
Bent-fit Rd Croas. Adin. 25c
OosBlaa aa Cap. Scott ta Aatarotta
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