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WADE HASJHE CAR SUIT
iTedertl Judje in Iowa Will Decide
Cue InTolring Eight to Occupy
Dei Moinei Streets.
CONVICTION UNDER DOPE LAW
(Tmm a Btaff CorrFapondrnt.)
rB3 MOINES. My i4(Sp,cl
Tlrro.)-Ju(!(f Wade In tVdpral court
announced that he will on Monday deride
"whather the city of TVs Molne aliall
have the rlaht to proceed June i! and
remove the alreet car trarka from the
eurenta of the city in accordance with
the decree of the rilatrl. t coi:rt. which lies
been upheld by the supreme court. Bond
holder of the company owning fc.OOO.OOS
of claims hsive asked that the city be
restrained from carrying out the order
of th state courta because of the dam-
that will be done to their property.
The- ettr contend thst the bondholders
Invested In the bonda arter the litigation
had bean commenced and at a time when
It waa being aaaerted by the city that
Ihe railroad company had no franchise
The first conviction to be recorded In
federal court for violation of the Harrl
aon drug act wai aecured when DanlM
rui.to , n 'own.pXtmAAtt 28 on tn American
tha new iaw and waa fined txn. niimina. LusblnK br German aeroplane; ths
THK r.KK: OMAHA, SA'I CHPAY. M A 1!i:.
America Demands Its Rights on the
High Seas Be Respected by Germany
'Tleaaa es.il on the minister of for
eign affair and after reading to htm
this communication leave with him
"In view of rcent acta of the Ger
man authorities In violation of
American rights on the high seas,
which culminated in the torpedoing
aiid sinking of the British steamship
Lualtania on May 7. 1815, by which
over 100 American citizens lost their
lives, It Is clearly wise and desirable
that the government of the t'nlted
States and the Imperial German gov
ernment should come to a clear and
full understanding aa to the grave
Ituation which has resulted.
Offence Caasplalned Of.
"The sinking of the British passen
ger steamer Falasa by a German sub
marine on March 18, through which
Leon c. Thraaher, an American citl-
su, was arowneo: tne attack on
Full text of the protest on
the sinking of the Lusitania
transmitted by the United
States, through our am
bassador at Berlin, to the
to Inform the imperial anernmeiit, a
formal warning, purporting to come from
the Imperial Gorman embas.y at Wash
ington, addreaaed to the peopla of th
t'nlted Hlate and statins In effect that
any cltiien of the I'nlted Htatea, who
irxemeca mi rignt or rree travel upon
thr araa. would do ao at hla peril If hi
Journey should take him within the ion
o' water within which the Imperial
Orman nay waa using submarine
atalnst th commerce of (Ireat Britain
land France, notwithstanding tha ranaot.
ment has already taken occasion toj'l but very earneat protnat of hi gov.
Inform the Imperial German govern- !';nmnt. government of th i'nlted
ment that It cannot admit the adop-1 .., 6c
bam aaked the clemency of the court.
oecianng mat ha la a consumptive and
that ho ueed the drug only for hi phy.
Xew tinned Is A nlntei1.
The governor ha appointed a new stale
toard, the Board of Accountancy, for
the purpose of examining and Issuing
certificates to certified public account
ant, aa provided for In a law just paseed.
Tha board consists of Emory C. Worth
tngton of Dea Moines. P. K Billings-of
Waterloo and H o. Prouty of Muscatine
Thla board will Immediately meet and
proceed to organUe. then prepare to I sane
certificates to all accountant who can
how they have been engaged regularly
In the work for a period of years. After
wards all who receive the certificate
will have to stand examination. Pro
vision Is mad for reciprocal recognition
of certificates from other statea.
Interior Iowa Rate Cases.
It Is expected that within a few days
tha Interstate Commerce commission
will take up In Chicago the matter of
ha reopening of the Interior of Iowa
freight rata cases. In which I Involved
the Iowa differential on long distance
haule in both directions outald of tha
tat. The western freight rate case Is
now practically at an end and the Iowa
i-ommlaslon and commerce counsel will
be able to attend to some of the cas?
lhat are of direct Interest In thla state.
The Interior Iowa case has been thrashed
out before th commission once or twice
before and Is regarded of vast Import
ance, as it relate not only to rates for
Iowa, but for other state. The general
complaint ta that th railroads . charge
too much on moat of. thla Interstate bun
. . . ....
Rnormooa Tax; Bardea In low..
According to a statement tsaued today
by State Auditor 8haw the grand total
of taxea levied, lee exemption and de
ductions. In the atata of .Iowa fort the
year, including all state, city, school and
county taxes, was I47,7it.St.:?7.
Of this aum tb state takes for all
rurposca. Including the. support of the
atata Institutions, th mllltla. pay of leg
Islators and Judges, bonuses of various
kind and salaries of official, H.fiSljTlSiOS.
The counties get for siiDuort of mnniv
bulne. Including poor relief, court costs
and support of Insane.' $3.9S9,T4fi;. '
There goes direct to the citle. 17,309.-
The road and bridges take $10,136,643.27.
Th schools cost S17.272.483.10.
This leave i,792.7t. for other pur
poses, including tha taxes levied per cap
ita and tha dog taxes.
Th Increase In aggregate of taxes In
one year waa about HO.ooo.ono. The state
auditor has been authorised by the execu
tive council to print a special table show-
ing tneee facta as to each and
Join tha T. M. C. A. on the special
summer membership plan. Then use
torpedoing on May 1 of the American
vessel Gulfllght by a German sub
marine, as a result of which two or
more American citizens met their
death; and, finally, the torpedoing
and sinking of the steamship Lusi
tania, constitute a aeries of events
which the government of the United
States has observed with growing
concern, distress and amaiement.
"Recalling the humane and enlightened-
attitnde hitherto assumed
by the imperial German government
In matters of International right, and
particularly with reirard to the free
dom of the aeaa; having learned to
recognise the German views and the
German Influence In the field of In
ternational obligation as always en
gaged upon the side of Justice and
humanity; and having understood the
Instruction! of Imperial German gov
ernments to ita naval commanders to
be upon the aame plane of humane
action prescribed by the naval codea
of all other nations, the government
of the United States waa loath to
believe It cannot now bring Itself
to believe that these acts, ao abso
lutely contrary to the rules, the prac
tices and the spirit of modern war
fare, could have the countenance or
sanction of that great government.
nr lo Address Germany.
"It feels n to be Its duty, therefore,
to addreaa the Imperial German gov
ernment concerning them with the
utmost frankness, and in the earnest
hope that it is not mistaken in ex
pecting; action on the part of the im
perial German government which will
correct the unfortunate impreBlons
which have been created and vindi
cate once more- the position of that
government with regard to the aacred
freedom of the sea.
"The government of the United
Statea has been apprised that the im
perial German, government con
sidered Itself to be obliged by the
extraordinary circumstances of the
present war and the measures
adopted by their adversaries In seek
ing to cut Germany off from all com
merce, to adopt methods of retalia
tion which go much beyond the ordi
nary methods of warfare at sea. In
the proclamation of a war tone from
which . they have warned, neutrals'
ships to keep away. Thla govern-
tlon of such measures or such a warn
Ing of danger to operate as in any
degree an abbreviation of the rights
of American shipmasters or of Amer
ican cltlsens bound on lawful errands
as passengers on merchant ships of
belligerent nationality; and that It
must hold the Imperial German gov
ernment to a strict accountability for
any infringement of these rights, in
tentional or incidental.
assumes Rale Accepted.
"It does not understand the Im
perial German government to ques
tion those rights. It assumes, on the
contrary, that the Imperial govern
ment acepts, as a matter of course,
the rule that the lives of noncom
batants, whether they be of neutral
citizenship or cltlsens of any of the
nations at war, cannot lawfully or
rightfully be put in Jeopardy by the
capture or destruction of an unarmed'
merchantman, and recognisea also, as
all other nations do, the obligation to
take the uaual precaution of visit and
search to ascertain whether a aus-1
pected merchantman Is in fact of bel- J
ligerent nationality or Is in fact
carrying contraband of war under a I
.......l tin IT
"The government of the t'nlted Statea,
therefore, desires to call the attent'on of
the Imperial German government with
the utmost earnestness to the fact that
the objection to their present method of
attack against the trade of their enemies I
lies In the practical Impossibility of em
ploying submarine In th destruction -of
commerce without disregarding those
rules of fairness, reason Justice and hu
manity, which alt modern opinion rcyards
a Imperative. It 1 Impossible for the
officer cf a aubmarlne to visit a mer
chantman at sea and examine it paper
"It la practically Impossible for them
to mak a prixe of It, and. If they cannot
put a prlxe crew on board of It they
cannot sink It without leaving It crew
nd all on board of It to the mercy of I
the sea in It small boats. These facts,
It Is understood, the Imperial Herman
government frankly admits. We ars In
firmed that In the Instances of which w
have apoken time enough for eveu that
poor measure of aafaty was not stven,
and In at least two of the cases cited not
o much a a warning waa received.
Manifestly aubmarlne cannot b uaed
ogalnat merchantmen, aa the last few
weeks have shown, without an inevitable
violation of many sacred principle of
Ji'stlce and humanity.
"American cltlxen act within their In
disputable rights In taking . their ships
and In traveling, wherever their legiti
mate business call them, upon th high
and exercise those rights In what
should be the well-Justified confidence
that their Uvea will not be endangered i
by act done In clear violation nt tint-1
versally acknowledged obligations and '
certainly In the confidence that their own!
government will sustain them In the ex
crclce of their rights.
The Formal Warning.
"There was recently published In the ,
rewapapera of the I'nlted States, I regret
o not refer to thla for the purpose
of calling the attention of the Imperial
t-erman government at this time to the
aurprlHlng Irregularity of a rommi'nlra
tion from tha Imperial Herman embassy
at Washington addreased to the peopl
of the I'nlted 8tate through the new,
papers, hut only for the purpose of
pointing out that no warning that aa un
lawful and Inhuman act would be com
mitted can possibly be accepted as an ex
cuse or palliation for that act or a an
abatement of the responsibility or Ita
"long acquainted, as thla government
has hern with the r.iaraitcr of Ihe Im
perial German government and with the
high principles of roulty by which thev
have In the past been actuated and
guided, the government of the Unite!
Ptatea cannot believe that the com
manders of th vessel, which committed
these acta of lawlessness, did so except
under a misapprehension of the orders
Issued by tha Uerman naval authorities
It takes It for granted that, at least
within th practical possibilities of every
such rase, the commandera even of sub
marines were expected to do nothing that
would Involve the lives of noncombatanta
or the safety of neutral ships ven at th
cost of falling of their object, capture or
destruction. It oonftdently expects. there
fore, that the Imperial Uerman govern
ment will disavow th acts of which the
government of the I'nlted tUatea com
plains, that they will make reparation
o far as reparation I possible for tn
Jurle which are without measure and
that they will take Immediate steps to
prevent the recurrence of anything so
obviously subversive of the principles of
warfare for which the Imperial Uerman
government ha In the past so wisely
and to Tlrmly contended.
"Th government and people of th
I'nlted State look to the imperial German
government for Just and prompt ami en
lightened action In this vital matter with
the greater confidence because the United
Htates and Germany are bound together
not only by special tic of friendship, but
bv explicit stipulation of tha treaty of
1RB between the I'nlted fltate and th
kingdom of Prussia.
"Kxprraainn of regret and offers of
reparation. In case of the destruction of
neutral ship, sunk by mistake, while
thev may aatlsfy International obligations
If no loss of life results, eannot Juslfy
or excuse pra tl.e, the natural and
necessary effect of which la to subject
ne -nral nations and neutral persons to
new and Immeasui sbl risks.
The Imperial Derma n government will
not expect the government of tha I'nlted
Pislea to omit any word r ny act neces
sary to the performance of Ita cred
duly ef maintaining th rights of th
t'nlted (State and It cltlsens and of safe
guarding their free exercise and enjoy
ment." (Signed) "BRYAN."
Russia Says German
Central Galicia Drive
Permanently Halted i?
PPrTROGRAD, May 14 -( Via linden.)
The Russians have fallen back upon
strong strategic posit lie a along the rivar
Pan. which run north and oith through
central Oallcla, sod now retard tha Ger
man drtv as having been chocked per
manently. The arrival of fresh Rvaelan troepa,
which auece fully engaged the Gentian
flanks, has relieved pressure upon the
Itusstan center. Thoeo attack on th
German wlnga. In which th Rasolan
cavalry baa boon supported ffocttraly
by mountain artillery, have been prose
cuted, with unusual fierceness
Th activity no:a in the last few l ; .
along th renter of th Polish frcnt. Ir
th vicinity of flklernlewlc and Raw. I
aald to have been due to Russian Initia
tive, with tho object of holding th Ger
mans In their position and preventing
utilisation of these forces elsewhere.
Tne retreat of tho Rusatan center from
rupkw la explained her aa dua not tl
presaiirs from th German but to tha
xposod situation of tho Russian at that
point, la view of tho roiling bock of the
Russian right flank. This wing rests en
tho lower Wlalnka, at Uombtea, twenty
mile due east of Tarnow. It Is slrongly
With th chocking of the Oermana In
th Carpathians, there are already indi
cation of a new Austro-Gorman offen
sive aaalnat th left, in direction of Rfr-
ianA tTeaAte RvMmm it thla la In
ho traasfer of Oormaa troop eastward
through Lupkow. In view of tho new
activity, tha Russians Attach great 1m
portaaoa to their recent successes further
east. In th Trans-Unleater country,
where they occupy a forty-five mile
front between, Obertyo and Caernowlts.
To the north, tho Russians bare been
aal to hold tho Oertnen on a lino be
tween Mltau and Keloto and hav drives
them out of Ragola, midway between
kodno and Rosaiena.
The grain levators at Ibou ars said
to hare bees emptied by tho Oeranaa oo
eu potions of that town.
afar irii Prices
125,000 drug store articles actually carried in stock most of them purchased direct
from manufacturers or importers is the reason why you can save time and money by
trading at the Sherman & McConnell Drug Stores.
Sharply Cut J
W 'obtain these goods. In most
Instance, direct from the manufac
turer, and thus are in a position to
guarantee genuineness and also
make the lowest prices.
25o Cartor'a Little Liver
ttto Payne's Kidney PHlV
too Syrup of Figs
tOc Pape'a Dlapepaln,
11.00 Plnkham's Com
pound $1.00 Hyomel, complete,
25a Castoris (Fletchers)
14.00 8. B. 8.
$1.00 Fellow' Syrup,
II. ti Gudes Pepto Mangan
Genuine Llstsrine, $1.00 stxe
II 00 Wine of Cardul
Rtuart's Dyspepsia Tablets
11.00 Plerce'a Favorite
Boat have Or ay Xalr. Special
demonstration of Farr'a Gray Hlr
Restorer at our Dodge Street Store.
Ton can save money on 100 stan
dard brands and alxea.
10c La Marcs, box of tO ta.M
ISC Chancellor Conchas. Eap Bo
Box of 25 Permits to guioke. . . .Too
Box of 0 Little Preferenclaa. .$1.60
Box of 60 Manila Media Re
Our Rubber Goods Department Is
a large one, and we handle, by ac
tual count, over 1.000 items In this
line. We buy direct from factories
only, and thus are able to furnlsu
fresh stock we ran guarantee and
at a low price.
Trained aaiooladlos la this do
11.10 1-quart Marron "money back"
brand Fountain Myrlng. fja.
Saturday for HOC
l-quart Fountain Syringe
Good Bulb Family Syringe 29 C
$2.60 Ijidlea' Douche ai in
Syringe for 9t HI
Ic Bus. In long 4 Cm to (4
and oval ehapea UtfU - WO
Invalid Ring (cushion) S4 to 4
i:-lnch to lK-lnch s. ))
Mali orders filled at thess prlcss
If accompanied by rash.
TOILET ARTICLES AND
In these lines our stocks ars un
equalled hereabouts. Our prices
tell their own story.
:5c Mennen'a Talcum (4 kinds) t elA
ic 4711 White Rose Soap,
2Sc Packer's Tar Houp
Sic Cutlcura Soap,
2tc 'Pond's Vanishing Cream,
oOc Societe ilyslenlque Soap
(Purple wrapper, big cake)..
I leading fiOc Perfumes.
Katurday at, per ox
ROc Pebecu Tooth f'ute.
26c Lyon's Tooth Powder
'iic Mistletoe Crrairi
10c Java Ttlce Powder, gen
10c Dr. Charles Flesh Food
i0 Galatea Massage Cream
nTodloUal Boota, Kerbs, new
er, Barks, Owns. Xieaveo, Twigs
sad Berries from a early l.ooo,
hotaaieal sources, pot a la 1
oa. aad 1-lb. paokage eompreoaod
and loose pressed aad ta balk, at
Complete line of Cameras
and supplies at lowest prices.
We also develop films free.
OMAHA'S LEADING PRESCRIPTION STORES
Sherman & cGonncli's 4 Rexall Drug Stores
Wirrman t Met an ne II Jmig Co.. 6th and Ixxlge St.
U)l Phamuu-jr, IiOjsl Hotel Block. North ItMh ht.
Owl lrug Co., 16th anil Harney Ku.
Harvard Pharmacy, 24th and r amain Km.
Berg Suit Af t""
i i r 1 1 i it etiu.Ate '
Ws Caa rit This rtgwra.
Ws Caa m this) Sls-ars.
Ws Caa Trt
Ws Cam arts W rig-are.
Ktow Cflpmes tine -Whirlwind FSqbsI
of the Geo. Pray Co.'s Stock of Alfred Benjamin Co.'s
High-Grade Spring and Summer Suits.
Saturday ends a sale of fine merchandising selling not witnessed in this town
for many a day. Men from all walks of life young and old with true,
economic sense, have crowded this store day after jf sf Cents TTV 'Till
day, saving their dollars by buying these new fU fl ori W Jcfb rT
sssmW sW Wsm dw , flhHgssBB nqp JXXLTUJiJii J-L
and seasonable suits at
Come Saturday and Get Oim of the Sensational Bargain That Will Cause Envy of Your Entire Neighborhood
Pray's Pray's Pray's Pray's Pray'i Pray'i
$35.00 Suits, $30.00 Suits, $25.00 Suits, $22.50 Suits, $20.00 Suits, $18.00 Suits,
$17.50 $15.00 $12.50 $11.25 $10.00 $9.00
In Addition to This Great Sale of Alfred Benjamin's Clothes,
We Have Made an Enormous Purchase of the "Fifth Avenue Tailors, Hew York'
Embracing hundreds of young men's new styles one and two-button, long roll, soft
front, wide lapel, patch pockets, skeleton, quarter, half and
full lined models in Gkm Urquhartu, Tartanx, Hanjo Stripes, Submarine
lilues and Battleship Grays. Suits rnadt' and tailored to sell at $22.50 and
$L'5.00, Iwught by us at a cash price that wiabjen us to offer you a choice of
this great collection at. :
Without further explanation our show windows will grive you a fair idea of these magnificent values,
and we ask you in justice to yourself to come in and look them over.
Astonishingly Low Prices on
SHIRTS AND UNDERWEAR
Where Quality Is Considered.
$6.00 Wash Silk Shirt SH.Uft
$2.00 Fine Madras Shirts SI.45
11.50 Fins Madras Shirts U.c
fl.00 Fine Tercale and Madras 8htrts Ac
Cool, Comfortable Summer Underwear
1.00 Athletic Inlon Suit, knit and nalnaook
75c athletic Htyles at 45c
$2.00 regular and athletic garments fl.fto
SILK HOSE BARGAIN
Interwoven Silk Hoas, In all the new colors snd
blark snd white 35c
Three pairs for $1.00.
Double toe and hlfh spliced Hale heels.
rxtra pant for
summer wear, In
plain colors snd
!cyf f"w 'alliums"'" i
BOYS' SUIT SALE
All odd and broken llass of Boys' aad Children's
Suits that formerly sold up to $8.60 will bs di
vided into two prices for a quick flrrlsh at
Saturday Is ths chancs to buy Boys' Suits at
a price that u&dsrsslls orsrybody. Norfolks,
1). B. styles. Oliver Twist, Middy, Balkan. Ruaaiaa
and Vesteej modela.
Site 2 to 18 years. 2.85 and .M..
Waah Knits for Small Boys .A largs) lino of
very pretty combinations. In cholo fabrics, In all
tho new styles to be had hero from 65c up.
Boys' Underwear, 90e -Broken linos of Beys'
Union Suits, ankle lenfth. lOo values 20c
Broken Lines Boys' Waists 60e Tallies.. t&e
PUy Hultr Boy Scoot, Cowboy, Indian, Sol
dier, Military, Polic and Base Ball Suits, 0Oe up.
Straw Hats, 50c op.
SATURDAY IS STRAW HAT DAY
The Best and Biggest Assortment Ever Brought to Omaha.
Nowhere ran you find such a collection, gathered from tho world's best maksrs.
Not an old style la ths entire lot. Everyone s nsw, fresh, crisp model. Panamas,
Banpkok. leghorns. Porto Iticana, Seunets, Spilt, 8eaweed. Milan and soft brim flexi
ble Yachts. A becoming; shape for every man. Study their exquisite styles and onr
$1. $1.50 $2. $2.50 $3, $3.50, $4. $5, $6, $7.50. $8.50 $10
Never before such a complete exhibition.
r.:rnrr?.??j-jTj jj .ji.
and Pajamas, '
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