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THE OMAHA SUNDAY HKK: MAY Ifi, 1D15.
Xeftdert from Oyer State Confer on
' Methods of Advancing- In
terests of Organization.
Interior View of New Chapel at Forest Lawn Cemetery
PRESIDENT UPHELD 15 CRISIS
At the organization of the Ne
Draslca Republican Publicity assocl
atlon, at the Hotel Fontenelle
Friday evening, the errancy of the
democratic party wu reviewed by
prominent republican! of the state,
historical evidence that the repub
lican party Is the party of real prog
ress and prosperity was presented,
support aa Americans was pledged to
President Wilson In the present
crisis and a publicity campaign
started for the dissemination of re
publican policlea In this state during
the forthcoming national and state
The spirit of the meeting was the
molding together of elements of the
party of men . who have been con
testant and who now expect to stand
shoulder to shoulder as political
U, T. Richard of Fremont railed th
meeting to order and explained the pur
pose. A. W. Jefferta waa chairman and
J. B. Hayne. secretary.
officers Are koaea.
Upon recommendation of th commit- jhlnnd manner, declares that the Income
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South Americans Are FRENCH C0I1TINUE
With United States i
NEW TOTIK, May 15 Souh American
delairs to the comln Pan-American
financial conference In Washington, a
number of whom are now In this city,
roloed tbetr approval of tha position
taken by President Wllsnn, In his note
Amies of Belligerent Nations Are
Engaged Both East and West in j
tee on orcanlxatlon II. C. Undaay of
Lincoln, chairman the following officer
of tha new association were elected:
Frank Currle of flaryent. president; A.
C Epperson of Clay Center, vice presi
dent; Martin W. Plmary of Omaha, sec
retary; X J. Dunn of Uneoln, treaaurer.
The officer will aerve with the following
on the executive committee: L D.
Richards. Fremont; Arthur C. flmlth.
Omaha: C. B. Towle, Unrotn; John F.
Cordeal. McCook; J. J. McCarthy, Ponca;
N. P. McDonald, Kearney; Paul Jeasen,
The members of the committee on
organisation: which met during the after
noon were: H. C. 'Jndmy, Uncoln; C.
F. MoOrew, Omaha; Burt Ma pea, Nor
folk; Charles W. Meeker, Imperial;
tVUllam Ruaenette. Llnwood; J. C. Mc
Nlah, Wlaner; C. D. Marr, Fremont; J.
W. Walpton. OgaJlala; C. A. McCloud.
' ' Opsutrtasltr for Partr.
Severe attacks were made by thj
speaker upon the democratic "mal
administration" with reference to finan
cial, tariff and Mexican policies. There
waa unanimity of opinion that a great
opportunity faces the republican .party
tax wa-til meet any deficiency of the tariff
law, but overlooks the fact that there la
no Income tax In democratic times.
"Republicans at thl 'critical hour of
the nation should rise above partisanship
snd should not criticise nor offer eii
geatlons. W are facing the greatest
rrlalt In fifty years. We may need to
reconvene congress. I bespeak for tho
republican party the same broad patriot
Ism It has exhibited in timet gone by.
"We must fight the next csmpaign
along commercial lines and the tragedies
committed in Mexico."
Chairman Jeffeiia predicted that the
slogan of McKlnley will again be the
slogan of the country and that permanent
prosperity will follow In the wake of re
publican success next year.
"If all republicans who profess to b
republicans would be republicans on elec
tion day. we would have a regime which
would benefit both capital and labor,"
stated tha chairman.
letters were read from E. J. Halner ot
Lincoln. J. J. McCarthy of Ponca, Judge
Orlmes of North Platte, Edward Brown
of Kearney, Judge Good of Wahoo and
Judge A. W. Field of Lincoln, all pledg
ing suppirt In' the forthcoming work of
AFFAIRS AT JOUTH OMAHA
"Cap" Barton Loses Watch and Hat
it Returned to Him in Short
and thst success for the party and j Mjonln the republican hosts.
Ontr One nBcceasfal Party,
John 1 Kennedy told the members of
the association that watchful waiting
may be all right for the democrats, but
1 I- . - MiilltHrttR Creed. I f H
City, which baa resulted in the peopl" ,. 1'1.. ''a r. ri, .-a he
here paying a 10 per cent tribute to ''-'T ln
prosperity . for the country will result
from union and unity within the ranks
of republicans. Theaa republican leader
placed much stress upon Nebraska'
federal reserve association with Kansas
atisfy democratic political ends, several
l'phl President' Hand.
While feeling free to criticise the dem
ocratic admlnletration in matters of pol
icy. It waa the sense of the meeting that
republican at thl lime riae above par
tisanship In recognising the president aa
the spokesman of the country In the pres.
ent national crisis, and In this connec
tion the fallowing resolution, offered by
Jtoaa I Hammond of Fremont, waa
"Whereas. It I the hope and desire of
every clUsen that our nn beloved co in
try may sustain Itaelf In a position of
complete neutrality and preserve the
poace and welfare ot the nation; never
theless, be It y
"rteeolved. That In thla critical titra
tion w are all American cltlsena, the
president of the 1'nltid Ctalrs Is our
president, hla ;:i iltion with renpecc to our
foreign relations In thla hour of danger
Is our position, and we hereby exprcia
our sympathy and approval of whatever
course he and his advtseVa may take for
the protection of the national honor.'
Not Referring to Mexico.
A brief dteiuerlon of the resolution re
sulted In the t'nrieratandlnr that thla re
ferred to the thrmtn situation and not
successfully except under republican ad
mlniatratlon. . : .
Juriue Bvana of Dakota City. Pennle
Cronin of O'Neill and J. M. Thurston
elao spoke briefly. , TS. If. Ourney of Fre-
mnnt related hla experience in a visit
through the rest and of the many closed
factories he ssw, due. to democratic tarltf
folllea. ha said. 'He contended that any
ident preaperlty at present was due
tn accidental condition brought about
ly the European war. He referred to
the "open season for ihootlng Americana
in Mexico," which altuatton he charac
terised as an outrage.
Those Who Attended.
Among those at the meeting were'.
Frank C. Reavls. Fall City; Cnngresa
man Charles 11. Kloan, Oeneva; Crawford
Kennedy. Lincoln; C. K. Abbo'.t, Fre
r.ont: J. W. Wclpton. Ogallala; Rr.es I
Hammond, Fremont; Harry C. Undaay,
Lincoln; E. T. aurney, Fremont; inptaln
I helps Paine, Unculn; W. B. Howard,
Dundee; t-'enator Handall. York; Henator
Charlca Ruden, Crofton; Penator H. P.
fthumway, Wakefield; William Husenet-I
ler. Mnwootl; H. J. Weeks, O'Neill; D.
H. Cronin, O'Neill; J. C. McNish. Wla
ner; Carl Kramer, Columbus; U W.
CHTJBCH FLANS A FESTIVAL
"Cap" Buraan, head of the fouth
Omaha Sanitary board, waa robbe.l of a
valuable watch yeaterday afternoon while
he alept In hi office at the city hall.
Puraan wa experimenting with the mi
crobe of the deeping fever, which la part
of hi official dutlea, when some person
entered the office and abstractel the
watch from his vest pocket. Iter a
small boy brought the watch back. Chief
of Police John Rrtgg ha turned the
South Omaha police loos on the mis
creant who stole "Cap'" timepiece
Chorda May Fretlrsl.
The West Side Interdenominational
church at Thirty-eighth and "Q" streets
will hold a to days' May festival May
:j and 21.. A bahy show and a ady."
show will ba the feat urea of the two
days. On the first day prises will be
riven for the fattest smallest and Jrlilest
baby under 1 year. A chicken uppc r
will be served In the evening and a
formal program put on by the children
o' tha church at I o'clock. Dr. Adda
Wiley Ralston will speak.
On the aecond day, ''ladies' day," there
rill be an entertainment at which prise
will be dispensed to the heaviest, lightest,
tallest, shortest and oldest lady. . On
thl occasion the supper will, consist ot
toast beef. Misa Jessie Olffln'and Mre.
J. E. Bednar will address the meeting;. ;
ftamaon to Kntertata Kanlra.
rirotherhood hall, 241 N at reel, by the
Dnniah Sisterhood No. 29.
Mr. C. Thlelke ha left for a visit with
friend and relatives at Chicago and
the legal field at tVott'e Bluffs, returned
to Bouth Omaha and hsa aaaoclatod him
self with Ferguson and Shackelford In
Otis Ixrna of Madison. Neb., marketed
tlilrty-ela-tit steers yeaterday, averaging
1,1f& roiimls each at ts 40 per hundred
weight, this Lelng the top price of the
Mis Dot'cae Whltaker. a missionary
from Vlnwkonda. Indln, will be the arueet
over Rundny of Mre. William R. HUT and
will apeak In the Baptist church Sunday
motnlng at 11 o'nlock.
Members of Magic City lodge No. .
lxiynl Order of Moose, are requested to
nx-et at the Moose hall at 1 p. m.. Sun
day, May 1A, to attend the funeral of
Ltrotl)fr John McKcnna.
At the rresbyterlan parsonage en
Wednesday evening. Rev. Dr. Robert I
Wheeler Joined In marriage Robert W.
Sinclair and Johanna Sorenson. Mile
Fulllngton and Mia Klixabeth Story acted
ai witnenaem After the wedding a supper
aa served at the home of the groom,
1407 North Twenty-fourth street
THINKS D. S. WILL
STOP WITH WORDS
Cologne Journal Says War is Unpop
ular in United States Because it
SURE HATRED WILL SUBSIDE
V NEW YORK, May 14. Wltnout
an American on board the White Star
liner Cymric sailed today for Liver
IXK-al Eagle have closed arrangements , DOol under the British flaa. It had
whereby Samson wilt entertain the visit-' board 9g5 per,0ns, including the
lug Eagles during the state convention . ...
I be held In South Omaha, June to crew or 400,
K Thla ia th, first time that Scuth
Omaha has been honored by the state
convention. President J. C. Walker ana
fast President Roy Watera have worked
I ard to bring the convention here.
AMSTERDAM. Holland, May 14.
(Via London.) The Cologne
Yolks Zeltung, commenting upon ex
pressions of American opinion con
usor- weaver, secretary of Ak-sar-1 .invin. nf th T.ualtanl.
to the Mexican policy, the latter being r'raxler, Fairmont: C. W. Meeker. Irn
condamr.ed by E. F. Ourney of Fremont, j r rial; Harry Thomaa, Harvard; Senator
Who, In his addreaa, maintained that If U King, Osceola; L. D. Richard, Fre-
ima country naa purwiien a vigoroua nol-jmont; t.". A. McCloud. Tors; waiter A.
Icy when troops were aent to Vera Crux .t-'eorge. Broken Bow; C. D. Marr, Fre
a year ago this country today would lie.n ont; J. H. Robert. Fremont; John Ne-
In a position to command Kn-ator rcipect t it. Trkaniah: Nela Hauser. Lincoln: N.
AH use. Norfolk; William Sttufer. West
Point; John Brassier, Wayne; Wtll Dor
iey, Rloomlngton; J. E. Ttllotaon. Har
vard; F. D. Wllllsms. Albion; rrank
Kvans, Wlaner; W. R. Evan, Dakota
City; O. W. Wattle. Victor Rosewater,
Oliver Krwln. Harry M. Ryrns. B. C. Hod
oer, Luther Drake, F. A. Shotwell, Henry
Myers. A. W. Jefferls. J. U Kennedy,
J. M. Thurston. W. CI. I re, Robert Smith,
J. B. Wootan. J. P. Palmer. II. A. Foa
ter, Jamaa Walsh, J. I.. Webster, Amos
Thomas. A. C. Smith and J. B. H syncs,
Ren, advised a number ot local Kaglea
that Samaor, would take great pleasure
li ahowtng the vlaltlng Ragle a few
thing not In the F.gle ritual.
Clearing; lloaa for Jobs.
Pat Lavelle, councilman from the Fifth
ward, la something of a wag and he hss
r.ot neglected the opportunities offered
ly the paasago of the Greater Omaha
annexation bill. With the appointment
"Americans are very prone to criti
cise wltnout any expectation that
such fighting with words will make
any great ' Impression upon those
whom they denounce.
War Not Pop alar.
"They feel relieved when they
of Herman Beat to the public improve- j have given frank expression of their
ment department of Omaha cornea the irritation. In America, however, war
CERTAIN D. S. MUST
BREAK WITH BERLIN
Opinion ia British Capital is Oer
many Will Reject Demands of
United States. .
AMERICA UNSOUGHT AS ALLY
LONDON, May IB The American
note to Germany and the new turn
which the Italian situation has taken
by reason of the real resignation of
Premier Salandra and his cabinet are
the features of today's war news.
The firm attitude which the Ameri
can government has taker with re
gard to Germany's submarine action
against Us ships and cltlsens meets
with general approval here and the
question now is not "what the United
States will do," but "what will Ger-
tnnny'g answer be?"
Hope U. n. Stay Neatral.
It I believed in high official circle
here that Germany wtll not agree to re
verse its submarine blockade policy, and
the conclusion la drawn that the United
States will be compelled to aever diplo
matic relation with Germany. Th hope
I everywhere expressed that the United
Rtatea will not be drawn Into tho war, as
It la considered by observer of the attua
tlon that it la of greater assistance to th
alle a a neutral than It would be as a
The Italian situation ia badly confused.
The resign at Ion of Premier Salandra'
cabinet. It la believed, must delay Italy'
action with regard to the war, and It la
thought that nothing In thl respect wtll
be decided upon until th Chamber of
Deputies meet next week, unless In the
meantime King Victor Emmanuel Induce
the government to retain office, which
tep the premier might take as aasur
ance of the people' confidence In hla
"President Wilon." aays the Dally
Chronicle, "ha at laet apoken out. HI
note to the German government I studi
ously courteous, but It is very firm In
substance. There la one paragraph whlolt
will jar on Britlah feeling. It la that in
bleb he alludes to what he call TO
human and enlightened atUtude hitherto
aaaumed by th Imperial government In
matter of International right and apeak
of German Influence In the field of Inter
national . obligation a 'Always engased
upon tha aid of Justice and humanity.'
"In view of Germany' flagrant viola
tion of International right and the law
of warfare by e and land, these com
nltmeiits' sound strangely to th English
ear. With thl re serration we tnma mat
the note I worthy both of th occasion
and th . great country whence . .It
After ummrlxlng th note, tn unron-
lele continue: "
hiunt tansTuae on th Indiscre
tion of th German ambeeaador to the
United State and tb fact that the docu
ment was' sent to Bertln over hi head.
o to speak, probably will make- It Im
possible for Count von Bernstortr to iay
In Washington. - - - ",","""-'
it a. Herman foreign office la located In
thla treet) will be hard put to, to frame
a uitable reply to the demanda formu
lated In thl able and searching document.
Either Germany must hadlcaliy cnange hi
method of aea warfare or race tne pros
pect of a diplomatic ruptur with th
BRITISH HOLDING GERMANS
Is most unpopular, because It de-
from the lwcri of the worlj
A general feeling existed t the meet-,
ing that there ahould b a closer rela
tionship between the republican organl
aaUon tf the state ami the republican
aewapaprra, and that thl nan ora nida
tion should work In harmony with the
tat commit toe and the National Repub
lican Puhlt.lty aasotlatlun.
Tariff aa Bank allla.
Oungreaaruaa Charles 11. hloan of
Goneva, referring to recent dlaruptions
within tl.a party, declared that tho books
are dosed and tha accountant dlan-.laaed.
"The great and control! In laauc of thl
campaign will be the same a during thai
last campaign, namely, tha protective
tariff.'' said the rongresaman. In con
tinuance he declared: "Tha Underwood
tariff law has few apologleta, lea de
fender and no champions in the west
r.d northwest. He said the administra
tion ta now kiting checks at Washington
to pay the government expense.
"It I humiliating for Nebraska, whoa
credit ta the best In the country, to be at
tached to Oklahoma and Atkanaa
through th Dparationa of the federal ro
aorv law," wa another statement of the
Party Lars Eaaaaa far All,
If th democratic party 1 big enough
to hold Bryan and Clark, th republican
party la tar enough to hold Taft and
XoooavelU It 1 necessary to get all elo.
meats and factor of th party together
and all muat work together," were tho
words of counsel offered by Victor Rose
water. He urged the necessity of the
party getting behind acceptable candi
date before expecting support by the
republican paper of the stste. "We heed
candidal w ran support with enthusi
asm and elf-respct," he added.
following Mr. Rosewater. John L. Web
ster presented the thought that repub-
rush from th local pie counter to the
more nourishing on on tha north. Rev
ersl politician have been assuring ap- stroys business.
rllcant that thay can "qure" them' "There Is no need therefore to appro
uptown for a Job. Lavelle learned the hnl that America will Join the war
name of corn of these politicians andl"""1" u. but lt my be t-"'8 for
snent his fra tlma vairdv aanriina I granted that the wave ot ano-urtnan
aquada of applicants for Job In Greater
Cmaha to the local flxera.
MeKeaaa, I'laaerr, Dtea.
John McKenna. aged U rear. ' well
known pioneer cltlaen of flouth Omaha
and Omaha, died yesterday afternoon at
the South Omaha hospital, after a short
lllnea. II la survived by hi widow and
two sons, John and James, two daugh
ters, Ella and Mrs. Iennla Hurley. Fu
neral anouncementa will be made later.
hatred ail continue to mount atlll
higher. W deplore, but we cannot pre
vent It. AntMJcrman feeling I a pro
duct of agitation. It slowly mounted
and will also slowly subside."
NEW YORK, May 14. Replying to a
written question asking for hla views
on the American note to Germany, Dr.
Bernliard Iemberg, former colonial sec
retary of the German empire, sent back
to Intervlewera a paper on which wa
Arrests Man He
. Thinks Did Job
Jack Sheldon. IS year old and a civil
engineer, living at SS Casa street, who
on Uonday night waa held up and robbed
at Twenty-fourth and Davenport while
eecorting Mis Marlon Bmlth. JU South
Twenty-fourth street, to har home, found
th man who he think ribbed him early
thl morning, and at th point of a re
volver held him until the police came.
Hheldon wa at Fourteenth and Doug
la streets when he saw a man who
afterward gave hla name aa Jo Baaele.
Globe rooming house, wno resembled the
man who robbed him.
Without waiting for help, he walked
over to the man and covered him with
a revolver and then aaked the caahtrr
of the Boston lunch room to call the
At .the atatkin Sheldon declared that he
waa positive Beset I th man who
The funeral of John McKenna I to be
held Sunday afternoon at 1 p. m. from i written above hi signature
the home. Q atreet. to St. Mary a ! "Ever lnce my arrival herel have
I church. Interment 1 to be In St. Mary' made II a point not to mix with any mat-
ceiucterv. ;ter under official discussion between the
Mrs. Aaaa Neva It Dead.
Mrs. Anna Novak, aged 90, died Friday
morning at St. Joseph' hospital. The
funeral Is to be held Monday morning at
S o'clock from the late residence, 471 South
Twenty-first atreet. South Omaha, thence
to the Church of the Assumption, and la
lerment at St. Mary' cemetery.
Spoelal HlfceriT'aa Martian.
A special meeting uf Division No. 33,
Ancient Order of 11 Iberians, will be held
robbed hlro, Beeste tallica closely with
licana ot th etate ahould consider well the description given by Sheldon Monday
tho proposition of holding a state con
vention before the printer)' to conauit on
tho availability ot candidates and thee
recommend to the voters man who wtll
command respect of all republtcane. Ho
night and also th one who robbed L Do
Pierre and Mrs. O. M. Errtckaoa.
Although th ether victim of recent
atreet robbertea were not poaltlv that
th auspect waa th man who held there
declared a great niWake waa mad wnen I up. he will te new ror lumier inveeuga-
Taft was not re-lc . ted, that Tsft liaali"" and wtll be given a jau sentence as
(United Stale and Germany. I think
It wis not to deviate from the policy
and I have no atatement to make "
Waralag to Pre.
WASHINGTON. May lt.-Peretary
Bryan made the following statement thla
"The German ambassador had brought
to our attention the fact that statements
have been inad In newapapera, purport
I th McCrann hall at Twenty-fourth j baaay staff, statement which were pur
end O street, thla evening at S o'clock. Invention. He aaked u to warn th
Arrangement for the funeral of John I pre armlnet false ttmerU about the
MuKenna will be announced. embassy."
rltnre rvle. .
St Martina, forner Twenty-fourth aad j PRELIMINARY HEARING
J. Rev. John Wallls Ohl. Pastor a.-r vice. I rntUimiiUMn I ntHnillU
iizTr' i:ir i over shooting charge
Matin, litany and sermon at It. Even
ing song at T:a. CorUlal welooine to all I BLO ' NTFI KLD. Neb , May ik (SpO'
"soCfhOmah. United Pre.byteri.n. Cor- -Han-Toe preliminary hearing over th.
ner Twenty-third nd H. Rev. Albert N. iuootlng of John Miller by Henry llohn-
Porter, Paator Preaching on rtabbath at )olt took place before Judge O. T. Barge
SPtZ&ZSSXfAVX BlbT;! "ohnholt wa, bound over to
atudy claaa at 7. IS. Prayer meeting on tn Olainct coun oi ivnoa cooniy. amn
Vtlneday at a. 8ub)vct of the morning I
sermon. "Christ IJoln iiefore. kven
Ing subject. "TemptalU-n,"
Methodist KplecorwU. i'orner Twenty.
fifth and E. Rev. J. W. Kllpatrik.
Pastor Preaching by fte paatur at 11
and a. Special muik'. Sunday whool at
4S. Junior league at 1 X Kpworth j
leagu at T.
First t"hntlan. Twentv-third and I.
Rev. J. G. Alber, Pastor -Mornln aeriv
at 11, subject. The Tenth Chapter of
Roman. Sunday enol at 'i a. Jua
a ho wa charged with pointing a a-'in at
Hohnholt alth the intention to ehoot
Hohnholt. waa committed to th county
jail aa he waa unable to furnish a eond.
SPANISH WAR VETERANS
WANT PEACE MAINTAINED
titjia Okl.. Mar 16. The Oklahoma
Bankers' association. Oklahoma depart
ment of the Grand Army of th Republic
and the tat organisation of tha Span
ish War vetran. In lon here today,
..r.n resolution urging the prealdent
to use every mean to avert war ano
.n,n.iuiin( hla course o far. All the
resolution were telegraphed to Wash
BY LOS ANGELES JURT
ina ANQSLBS. Cel.. May 15.-Chariee
T Kehaatlan. upended . chief of police,
and Mre. Llllle Pratt. -rere acquitted to
night of the charge of contributing to
the delinquency or e-aun wbtio. ...
Pratt' ward and half sitr. oenaa
rharse mad aaainrt them erere
declared by the oefonne to bo pan oi a
plot against 8ebtin- who w nomi
nated for mayor, wnue me ir.
ONE THOUSAND PEOPLE
PNJOY 0&U DAY FUN
s,ii. thousand neraons enjoyed the
gala day ceremonies that were taed
it night at th Vnivermty or vjmww.
. indents of the Institution. Mis Effle
Clellsnd wa My queen and waa crowned
with elaborate ceremony eany in me
evening before the program of eketche
and Plar w taged by th tudnt.
LONDON, May 15. The belli-
erents on both the east and west ,
battle fronts are engaged In most
momentous battles. The French, ',
who already have gained possession :
of what were thought to be Impreg
nable German positions to the north
of Arras, are reported to be continu-'
ing their victorious advance, while
the British are asserted to be hold
ing a large force of Germans In their
front and repulsing all German at
tempts to reach Ypres, which has
proved the graveyard of so many
thousands of men since the opposing
lines were established there last au-
tier ma aa Claim Advaace.
The Germans claim to have made j
a slight advance, but with the battle i
ebbing and flowing this Is not consld- !
ered serious In military circles here.
Along toward the coast the Belgian
army has repulsed an attempt of the Ger
mane to regain the bridgehead which the
force of Klnr Albert established on the
right bank of the Tor canal, while down
in the Woevre another French army I
pushing It offenslv and claims to have
gained possession of the whole of the
forest of L Pretre, which would be a
tep nearer to the elite' aim to force the
German to evacuate St. Mthlel.
Position of leatoaa.
Th Austro-German. after their llght-
ntng-llke rush through western Gailcia,
have now reached a line running due
north and south to the west of Prsemyal.
while the other armiea emerging trom the
Carpathian are pressing the Russian
Petrograd. however, continue to tako
the situation calmly, and although admit
ting that the Russian army has been
forced back by overwhelming; numbers i
and ha lost heavily in the retirement,
ay th Ruislana are now concentrating
on a new line and preparing for another
Until thl fcattl I decided, the British
military critic are withholding their com
ment. It I pointed out by some of them,
however, that more than once the Rus
sian hav been driven back, but that
they have alwaya recovered and made tha
victors rget their penetration Into Rus
Down In southeastern Gailcia and In
Bukowlna. according to Rusalan account;
the Austrian army, which here ha not
th assistance of the German, ia In full
retreat and being harried by Russian
cavalry. Th Russian claim to hav ob
tained the advantage of the Oerman
raider tn the Baltic province and to hav
taken 1,000 prisoner nar Bhavll.
There I no official report from the
Dardanelles, but unofficial now 1 to th
effect that the allies are slowly advanc
ing, deaplt the obitinat reatitanc of
the Turks, against the height command
ing Ktithla, on the one hand, and Ktllld
Bahr and Maldoa, on the other. -
ELECTRIC STORM NEARLY
CAUSES DEATH OF BABIES
MASON CITY.' Ia.. May IS, 'Special
Telegram.) Two bable, each les than
1 year old. In opposite end of the elty
narrowly escaped death when lightning
truck their parent' home within the
una hour today.
Eva Vokavlch, t-year-old daughter of
Peter Vokavlch, was thought dead when
picked up with the design of a tree
burned aero her breast, but recovered.
She was within three feet of telephone
wires over which the bolt entered the
The lS-months-old son of Frank Allen
was knocked down by lightning that
split the Chimney from the roof to the
cellar and tore holes in the wall above
and below the window, at which he waa
During the name storm lightning struck
a gas meter In the Miller flats, aettlng
fire to the building. Prompt cutting off
of the gas prevented much damage.
What Every Home Needs
sf .iaaa,,y" f '
ECONOMY CLUB PAYS
BIG DIVIDENDS AGAIN
Employe of th Orpheum theater, who
last fall organised the Economy club.
are now reaping the benefit. All the hoy
connected with the playhouse, who In
former eaon had little to how for
their winter' work, are surprised to ce
that such small thrift a vlng nickel
and dime h amounted to something
One of the boya eaved almost enough to
visit hla mother In England. Three of
the. hoys bought new ults of clothe with
their savings. One ha paid a dentist'
bill and another hae enough for Pullman
I accommodation to go to. California.
Alde from the tggring amount of
60 cent saved by Stage Mansger Gore
through the winter month, the record
for saving goes to the president and
vice president of the club, L, O. St Cyr
and L. & Lanyon. Each ot tnem aavea
TIHEN AT FUNERAL OF
SCANLAN AT SALT LAKE
RALT LAKE CITT. Utah. May 15.-SU
bishop, fifty priest, many prominent
! civil offlcr and thouaand of others at
Culls from the Wire
The nstlonal committee of the soclal'M I tended the funeral of Rl.hop Laurence
party conriuieo; annua. botniin oi nm v v..-....v. j
Ing at Chicao. It was oeo e r-.j- A hbUh0 Chriitle of Portland In Et
a campaign fund of 110.000 by apoeeJ to 'c"'"" tMlav.
Special Outfits Victro
la and Records on very
easy terms. Anyone of
which we could deliver to
your home at once.
s. & ri'j
This includes Vlctrola, 8tyle
No. 4, $15, and six selections
(three 10-inch double-faced
records) of your own choosing.
This Vlctrola Is equipped with
the Exhibition Sound Box and
Is capable of playing any ot
the 6,000 different selections
Terms $2.25 down and $4.00
a month, beginning next month.
Outfit "D" SrS?""
Vlctrola, Style No. 8, oak fin
ish; price $40.00. Equipped
with all the latest Improve
ments.. The outfit at $44.50
includes also twelve pieces 6f
your own selection (six double-faced
Terms $4.60 cash for the rec
ords and $6.00 a month for the
machine, beginning next month
Vlctrola, Style No. 16, ma
hogany or oak finish, $200, to
gether with 48 popular and
classical selections of your
own choosing a splendid as
sortment ($4 doable-faced 10
lnch records). Terms, $18.00
down and $10 a month, begin
ning next month. ,
Ovat jnotof Department, ea tho
Mat no, I tho One la th
wt. St will ho a pleasure for
yon So select your Tlotrola or
Booorda, tm on mew ooaa-proof
Frew CoKrU Daily.
Do Not Pail to Attend.
SchaoIIer & UusIIer
,1311-13 Farnam St.
Headquarters for Vlctrolas
Why Do You Hesitate?
If you hav a email cavity In
your tooth, have It filled at onoe
you will aav the coet of a
crown, also foul breath and se
vere pain. With a few good
teeth, a a base to work on, we
can make you a set of beautiful.
Satisfying teeth for reasonable
ST TITaUISD AXBU
Taft's Dental Rooms
1517 DOUGLAS STREET.
j BUILD UP
nrni tt- trrrTrn
Young married people who B
melntaJn a bank account Kktu f
prestige. i ney aiao nave men e
at or ment a srienaiy dwik inai win
I help in emergencies.
I Come In today and talM it
1 over. 11.00 Is enough to atart an
account. 4 on (savings from
day of deposit.
tin re proved blniaelf one of tle greatest
Heaale " " .r tHeeeh.
Consresaar.ao Frank C. Reavte. from
Vats Ctty, imprtaeed hi fellow reuub
llcaa Willi a fonible talk, a few excerpts
of which are given:
"To deuuxraUc party. In Ua uauaj
uapioluua chararter unless he rlear
hlmseif. the poltc auerL
Jolo Uie ,V. M. f. A. on the apodal
summer iumbrhlp plan. Then ua
Kent room quick with a Be Want A.
Omaha Mra Bar Hurk
DKAOWtWO, H. !., May li. ( Kpecial. )
Through a deal completed here Mark
Hir"h and U. K. llahn. former residents
nf hi ..itv iaM tkAtr Klff ranrK near
t ! Oordun. Neb., to Omaha men. Meaara
a. ulle't. "Mtstak on lle.treeinent B. j
Iweea Men. t hrtatiaa tjideavnr at 7. 1
ilai.tial. Twenty-fifth and II. Kev Will.
lain R. Hill, Pastor rWular preaching
servlrea at lt and a, Yoang i'eople's Serv
ice at T. Hunday school at booa. Mia
loroaa Whltaker, mtsekonary among the
Telegua, India, will give tn address t U.
BSaetU Cttr Uaaala.
An k erean Bsaatcal and daaee will
be given thi ovaaiBg at the laaih
llirsrli and Hahn have been running th
Nebraska ram h for the last five year,
and several bundled head of rattl were
Included In the deal, the terms uf which
have not been made public. The ranch
embrace over tMU aire.
Th Be Want Ad Are Meat Bustnra
Mary' cathedral today.
Catholic dlgnltariea present were Bishop
Grace ef Sacramento. Bishop Qlorieaux
of Boise. Bishop McOovern of Cheyenne,
Bishop Cwroll of Helena. Bishdp Tthen
of Lincoln and Monsignor Hartnett,
ice regent of Angelas.
AUSTRIAN PART OF
TRIPLE ALLIANCE GOES
rONPON. Mar IS. A diptjrh to the
E.r.aaaa HTm AST rA flh fmtTa RllTMl atAVal
at the final eaaion of the 'National He- -mclally announced that that part
tail 'jrocere Mmuon II oen ri,.-i ... .
.-two Offtwa elected were: Prealdent. of the triple alliance treaty concerning
Krik B. Connolly, fr-an Francisco: vire ,.lf.tr, w abrogated May 4.
preeMcnt, Jnhn H. oVhaefer. lavenpoi-t.
la; aerreiary. jonn a. r mn ui
ota. treasurer. Mlllaa Jeffera, New
Whether Baptist ahould loin with other
denominations in various phases of Chris
tian work beam a paramount question
before the Southern Haptiat convention
at llouatim. and opponents of such co
operation were vtetortoua when the com
mittee on Sunday school work announced
lie opnoatiion to the world-wide Itaraca
and Phliatkea ciasara found tn many
baptist Sunday arboola
memhera and to obecrve the flrat week
In May hereafter a oclllt wk.
A proposal to rarer tn leoerai govcrn-
u..intinii ault anlnat the Asso
ciated mil Poater and t)latrtbutors of th
I nlted Mate ana t anaaa io mi iwrnu;
organised Federal Trade coramlslon wa
Peter Krakua, who waa said by th
lic tu ba been Implicated In the
ni'.rOr of a priest and hi housekeeper
n New Brttsln, Conn., several months
ao, was hanged at Wilmington. Pel..
tor the murder of a policeman at V ll-
vm. nrleana waa named aa the 11
ronveatton city and offlrr were elected
Apartment, flat, house nd cottage
an be rentedqulckly and cheaply by a
e 'Tor Rimf
Meveaaeata of llrrii Rt-aeier,
Pert. Arrln. Sallea.
rl'KVHrlEM. Oarer rt
vtw TohJt ru
NAPt-E Dwalaloa rtai.
I4VBHPOOI, - Cusu.
24th and M Streets
H. O. U08TWICK, President
TRUMAN BICK, V. Pre.
F. IC GETTY, Cashier.
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