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TIIE BEE: OMAHA, MONDAY, MAY 17, 1915.
YIERECK ARGUES ON
BEHALF OF GERUANS
Editor of Fatherland Take Iaa
with What H Calls the "Bryan
Kote to Gennany.
SATS IT HAS GOICE TOO FAB
NEW TORK, May 1. 8peclal
Telegram.) Tbe - following atate-
ment mad. by George 6ylveatr Vle-
reek'ls trarjrimltted by wlr. to every
Oennan-Anierleau. daily, and will
, appear la th next number of tbe
"Tbe country baa been carefully
groomed to applaud Mr. Bryan'a
note to Germany aa a masterpiece.
As a matter of fact. It la not a mae
terplece. but the most serious blua
der of shirtsleeve, diplomacy. On top
it ia all velret, bat it la castlron un
derneath, and we are afraid that tbe
castlron la poisoned. Mr. Bryan baa
not only spoiled tbe American caa
by overrating it, ut be baa brought
the country face to face with drte
-'discord and foreign war.
' "We (Mr that thla I the time when
we must an "get behind' Um pree Ideal. It
,1s. en the eantrarr, the time when all
patriots? Americans must voir errnhtitlc
ally their dlaap(roval of Ma policy, !f
I hey think that hie policy la wrong.
Pets Blasae Prewldeat. '
"If. by our silence now, twinlt the
country to drift bits war. It will b toe
late te protent. W pride ourselves upon
'being a democracy, yet ws permit the
jPrestdent to seclude blmaetf for aeverJ
days, and then, wttrieut consulting with
- the people, take a stes which bring us
at once before the greatest danger both
.external and Internal that the republic
.has ever confronted. Tf we enter the war.
. jwe break forever with oar anolent peltry
tf aeMinc entangling alliances; we will
.,be drawn into the whirlpool of European
: politics against the wishes Of the vast
majority of Americans,
"Tf the country were In Imminent dan
ger of a foreign attack, criticism of the
act of the administration would not be
.desirable, tut there Is na dancer ef the
: German amy leaving Its trench and
'marc tun across the eceaa to Invade the
; United States. It (a equally unlikely
that the American navy will succeed
where the British nary has failed.
Meet Dleeaa aveatlon. j
"Wi have tbe right to Insist upoa 'dia
' cum ion before aa Irreparable breach baa
'been madsi Many Americans have not
condemned Mr. Bryan's ants, because
they read It with the Impression of the
president's final Philadelphia speech fresh
la taelr mind
"A careful analysts will reveal the wide
c discrepancy between the president
speech aad Mr. Bryan's nets. The sober
second thought of tbs people will eon.
'firm the epic Son that- In oar protest to
- Germany we have far exceeded our
' rights. Mr. Bryen baa sot merely stated
'our claims, based on the loss ef the OuU
' lichfc aad the LnaltanU. but he baa
- take upon himself, to deny te Germany
the only weapon that It can wield oa the
'sea. " 'r .
tataa ef the leekad. '
"If we have tut right to deprive Eng
' land ef the advantage ft derives from It
dominion ever the sen, we have no right
' ta Impair Germany superiority under
the see. England overs fleet block
ade, at a long distance, the harbor ef
permsny. Germany undesea fleet block
ades, alee at a Ions distance, tbe bar
bora of England. Every ship that et
' tempts to run the oversea or the under
sea blockade with contraband ef war
- muat bear the risk attaching from times
Immemorial to such an enterprtaa
' "The official snnounjcment of the Qer
"rrmn admiralty make It ctesr that It was
' not foreseen that the Lusltania would
"sink so quickly. Ia fact, the Lusltanle
' would not have sunk o quickly. Utt tor
the explosion ef (he munition of war In
It hold. If we permit American pag
er ngrs to embark; on floating arsenals
r in spite of the German ws ruing, we have
. a right to blame Germany for our ertml
V aal negligence.
j Treftle la Manltleats. ,
1 "Our appeal ta humanity must read
t Jiks a travesty to those Germans whose
brothers-and sdna -have' been elaln or
maimed, by America hollots.
"Itarontiy . the Amcrieaa Maublnist
primed an advertisement of a new ma
ckln for the preduaUoa of shrapnel. Ia
'-the advertisement rlti was stated that the
t ssrasnrt (a uuestsau bum tola smaller
panic tea than ear - ota -r kind ef ahrap
; net. and that the frag-nents' were poleoa
: oua. The advertisers IjaasUd that there
) ae antidote In existence, and that
J tit soldier wounded by even the Smallest
lapMittetr veuM die' within a fsu hour.
rnd the Uisttala carry such ahrapnsl?
;NVs do tsot knew. But csn we
! Germany If It sinks every boot carrying
to ts enemies such hellish devices?
I "Would the United Stetee permit such
? traffic to go oa against Itself if tt could
poeHhly help It?' What right have we
'i to prate of humanity, while we gain
- sMxeUd ptmftt from tastrumenU ef torture
Attltade ! Oeranaa Gsrvermaaent.
? "Mr. Bryan claim that he was not
officially asvrlaed of Oermany' warn
I lag- Mr. Bsyaa's emery must be vary
H short. If he' ha ajready forauttsn th
f. format no(e of the German government
' delivered In JTehruary. ia which Ger
.many' a inUntloas with ragard te the
war aeaa wore clearly set forth,
i There Is no question that Oermaay is
willing to meet us half way. Bhe will
I undsubtedly provide safe conduct to any
'Amsrtcaa passenger ship bsartssT a car-
itlflosta from the United States govorn
rnent or from the German eonsut-ceneral
! that it carries no munitions ef war.
j lOermany cannot desist from her sub
I marine warfare so long a England
! Ikaepa up her Illegal block ads sad hsr
sxtsmpt to starve Germany's women and
ichlldren. Csrmanys Infractioa of what
; was oace mternaUoaal law Is merely
- W gUkt te Pvwteet.
"We have not takea say action against
? England's lawlessness. ' We cannot there
j fore rightfully protest agalast Oermaaye
; measure of defense. If we do, sad we
; refuse te aouept a reasoaabte eompre
; aulas, we are trreslstably led te tbe con.
elusion that the admlnlstraUoa Is a tacit
; ally of Greet Britain.
r "If Mr, Bryaa had alroultaiisously dia-
patched a not te Great Britain protsst
; Ing against her violations of Intern a-
tlonal Uw, ws would still think that he
had sxceeded the limlU of moderation
; la tiia note to Germany, but we ahouU
have no reaeuo lu duuM his sincerity.
"U patriotic Amertcaoa. trreepectivs
er eescent. owe unninrhlnf tojaity te
their country, but they do not thereby
forfeit he rirhts ef free speech. We
hall not permit Mr. Bryan's blunders
sad the hurrahs of dan-rerous dema
fxtaues of the Roosevelt type to dree our
country Into war asralnet our will and
our better JudcmsnL
"War would lead, perhaps not to a
revolution, but it weald create a rift In
the heart ef our ctUsenahip. It would
taks centuries te bury the memertee of
such a conflict We feel sure that many
will make every possible concMsloa to
avbid a conflict, if a conflict should
arise taevartheleae, the blame1 will vest
en Washington, not en Boriln.
"GUOROB BTL.VK9TKR Vl&RKCK."
SHIP AHOY AND ALL
Captain BteTen to Bring Eii Boat
to Omaha, from Whenoe it Will
Go Into Freight Bniineii.
FTEST CARGO IS ASSURED
A Hver barge and tew boat are te be
In eeeraUon en the Missouri rivet be
tween Omaha and Decatur, probably be
fore the end ef May. Definite arrange
ments have been made with Captain W.
B. Steven of Otasa-ow, Me., for him to
bring his barge and tew boat to Omaha
end Decatur to be operated between the
tw piaeee as soon as he can get here.
This came about throuch the combined
end co-operative efforts of the Decatur
business men and the River Navigation
oonamtttes of the Commercial elub of
Captain Stsvens' bar-re hss a capacity
for a fifty-ton carte. When the boat ar
rives nt Omaaa It Is to be loaded with
merchandise for Decatur. A number of
large business concern have Indicated
that they want to do some shlpplna: at
once and are anxious te get their carte
on the first boat up.
Bis; CsnieM Moan Way.
Aa Decatur has ae railroad It la ex
pected that the boat will always bs
loaded to rapacity en tbe up voyate, and
It le expected that a leree carte of pro
duce will always be welting at Decatur
to come dswa river.
Tbe boat le te make one round trip
per week, wheat It gets Into operation. It
Is to leave Glasgow, Mo., for Omaha
wtthtn a week er ten days. The Missouri
river aatrlgatioa committee Is ta co
operate ta see that there Is sufficient,
anaage for the first few tripe. Rate
schedules are not yet announced.
Captain Btaven baa been operating his
boat between Kansas City and St. Louis
for some year with a good deal of
Decatur toeka forward to the Installa
tion of the boat Hne with a great deal
ef enthusiasm, as It has been getting its
frsttat by ferry across the liver from
Onawa. Xa or by wagon from Tekamah.
makinc, la either ease, a haul ef front a
dosen to twenty miles.
Carl F. Storz Dies
After Long Illness
Cart Frederick Stora. ll year ef age,
son ef Charts Stors. local distributor ef
the St on Brewtng company, died ytater
fay afternoon Of spinal meningitis which
fcliowed a lingering fines doe, to cerebral
tafierrrmation. Hs had undergone sevtrai
aevere epcratlene alace last August
The yeoitg man waa a graduate ef the
Omaha High school ef the clas of lfll
and was well known te a large circle of
friend rn this city. lis I survived by
bis father aad mother, two brother. Zmil
snd Frederick Etors. and two sisters.
Mrs. T. a. Parker and Miss Bertha Stora.
rnneiaj aervtoee will he held Monday
afternoon at I o'clock at the home of his
Parents, isn Wirt street
U. S, Stokers Woji't
Go on Briton Vessel
PHILADELPHIA, May K Before fil
ing today for Liverpool the Britlah
steamer. Michigan, under charter of th
American Hne, filed a bond In the United
States district court for appearance In de
fease ef aa action brought by two young
Amsrtcaa stokers who refused to sail on
the vessel because) tt waa going into th
war soee, thus endangering their Uvea
The stokers ar Arthur W. Partner of
AsMrieaa Pails, Idaho, aad Jamea a.
Winter, Ualty. Wis.
In their petition te tbe court the stokers
aid they did not desire to eall Into the
war tone oa a ship carrying oeati-abend.
The Michigan has la Its cargo motor
truck for military , use. , 1
Mob Rushes Church
'At Rummage Sale
CHICAGO, May 1.-A riot csU for the
Oak Park police today followed the open
ing of tbe doer ef the First - Msthodlst
Episcopal church for a rummage eals.
Two huadred men and women crowded
about the church waiting for first pick,
broke down the doer, shattered a plate
glass window and swept aside those la
charts. A number ef women were sutfsr
tng from exhaustion when the police ar
rived. Three polloemen remained at the
ale to preserve order at the reoueet of
the church women. Mo arrests were
The proceeds ef Ih sale were te be de
voted to the general ohuroh fund.
Talbot, M. W. A. Head,
Made Peace Umpire
LINCOLN. May JAA. R. Talbot, bead
consul of the Modern Woodmen f Amer
loe, today reoeWed sot ice of his appoint
meat ae peace eommtseiooer to represent
tbe Called States In any litigation that
may arise between this country and
Uoltvia. The appointment was made by
Secretary ef State Bryan. Mr. Bryan
1 JDOt wmr rortner law partners.
Chancellor Samuel Avery of the I'm.
verslty of Nebraska has been appointed
ta place oa the commission provided in
tbe treaty with Sweden. Both men have
Indicated aa tutsatioa te accept the ep-
Condition of King
Of Greece Satisfactory
ATHrNS. May IsWVIa TLoedoa.V-A
buUetta Issued this morning ea the eeadt-
aea eg sung Oatstanttae says:
-rue aia paaaad a comfortable nlsht;
wBiperMura, ws.; pulse, let. Tbe p
la.l V. . - k . . . . .
" Buoueseiuuy tapped, a
duaauty of pus being extracted. Ceadi
URGES GREATER ONE
Hero of Manila Bay Sayi Nation
Needi More Shipi, Officer
DANIELS REPLIES TO CRITICS
' NEW TORK, May 18. The moat
elaborate celebration tinea the At
lantic fleet arrived In New York
harbor last Saturday to be reviewed
next Monday by President Wlleon,
waa given tonight when the mayor'
oo mm It tee tendered a dinner to the
officer! of tbe fleet. Secretary of
the Navy Daniel was the chief
speaker. Acting Mayor McAneny
waa host and toastmaater. '
Mora than 600 peraoni were pres
ent at the dinner, Including 300 of
ficers of tbe fleet. Among these
were Admiral Fletcher, commanding
the fleet, and Rear Admirals D. W.
Coffman, JI. T. Mayo, R. N. Usher,
C. J. Boush and Walter McLean.
Major General Leonard Wood, U. 8.
A., commanding the Department of
the East, and Major General George
Barnett, TJ. 8. M. C. wera alao
among the guests. '
Letter from Tifwey .
The speakers besides the secretary of
the navy wots Admiral Fletcher and
Major General Wood. Before beginning
his BPABch Secretary Denials read the
following letter from Admiral Dewey:
"The people of New York have just
cause for pride In the fleet now assem
bled ia their harbor." wrote Admiral
Deetey. "Not only is it composed of the
finest and most efficient warship that
we have ever had, but It is not excelled
except la sise, by the fleet of any nation
In ths wortdu our officers are as good
as any; and our enlisted men are su
perior In training, educstlon, physical
development and devotion to duty, to
those of any other navy. As president
of the general board for the last fifteen
years, I oan say with absolute confidence
that the efficiency of the fleet has stead
ily progressed snd has never been so
high aa It la today.
"However, we need more ships, more
officers and more men, and should con
tinue the wlss policy of Increasing the
tlse of our navy, which must remain our
first and best line of defense. This de
fense, unless adequate. Is Impotent; and
adequacy Is not reached entll the aavy la
strong enough so meet on equal terms
the navy ef any possible adversary."
Recalls Old Welcome.
Admiral Dewey thanked the city offi
cial of New York for their hospitality
to th officers and men of ths fleet, and
a I pressed his regret at not being able
to be present at the dinner. lie recalled
the welcome the city gave him when ha
returned from Manila on the Olyrapla In
lt and added that "It la a source ef
deep satisfaction to know that the In
terest of our rlti sens in their great navy
has not diminished in the sixteen years
that have elapssd since that time."
Admiral Fletcher said the officer had
been Impressed by the Interest that had
been taksn In the navy "by the people of
New York, .lie added that battleship
alone were inadequate and become a
prey to torpedo boats, submarine and
mines and that It Is necessary to have
different types ef vessels to compete with
them and protect the battlsahlpa Its
also smphaelasd ths need of large scout
ing cruisers, destroyers and submarines.
Major General Wood said It was vary
Important to tbe government that the
navy should grow, and that it must grow
te be adequate.
Mast Be More Pederalised.
In speaking of the militia. General
Wood said that to be an effective sup
port and part of the first Una defense
It ha "Got to become very much more
federalized." Otherwise, he said, the
nation would have to wage war In ths
future, aa it has in the past, "a a con
federacy." Two Men Held Upon
TVfSO.V. Aria.. May 1 -flr lal.)
Aftar a hearing Wsdnesday. I K. Turner,
sales manager for Artsona for ths West
ern Buyers' association of Omaha, who
with Charles Irby and T. A. Corbett,
traveling representatives of the company,
was arrested here Mondsy charged with
conspiracy in an alleged 11.500 mine stock
swindle was released. Irby and Corbett
are being held for the superior court to
answer ths criminal charge In spits of
ths fact that A. A. Woralsy. the attorney
who swore to ths complaint, and who la
supposed to have been tbe victim, has
asked for their releass.
Euss and Teutons on
Way to "Invade" U.S.
y-TMBINA. N. D.. May IS.-American
Immigration official ware taking steps
tonight to prevent ths entry Into ths
United 8tates of the 100 unemployed Aua
rian and Russians traveling afoot from
Winnipeg toward the international bor
der. Tonight the party ramped about
forty miles from ths border and are ex
pected to reach Emerson. Manitoba,
across ths Una from here, by tomorrow
night. Reports from Winnipeg say that
another thousand unemployed plan to
start for ths United Btstss tomorrow.
LINCOLN. May 11 (Special Telegram.)
Albion Grave of Tobias, aged &. and
Annie M. Gamble ef Omaha, aged e
were given a llceaas to wed bare Satur
day aad were promptly united in mar
riage by County Judge Kisser.
Feaa4 Getlty of rerjsr.
BELLE rOCRCHE. a D.. Mav 1A
Special Telegram.) The Jury in ths case
if Neat or Daniel of Frultdal. charred
with perjury, brought la a verdic t
guilty. This charge grew out of Daniels
saying mat a saw William Erickaoa
thoot Ksskltalo ta January. 1911 n
afterwards saw Erickaoa stab Ksskltalo
sad place dynamite under hie body. At
the preliminary hearing of Evirkaon t
charge was dismissed sad Daniel waa
srresieq on a perjury charge.
4.e for Slrk Headache.
Conciliation causes iUk headache and
Dr. King New IJfe Ptlla will cure it.
Tak a dose tonight, av. All druggUts
Wool Grower Kills
Wife and Himself
OREBX RIVER, Wvo., Msy 1 Wl
Ham Helm, a wealthy wool grower of
thla city, shot and killed his wife, aged
M years,' yesterday afternoon and then
turned the revolver Upon himself, end
ing his life. The shots were heard by
neighbors, who Investigated and found
both dead. Friends say they know of to
reason for the act
Committee Will Investigate Feasi
bility of Carrying Out Plan for
COLLEGE W0ME5 15 MANY LINES
Local women graduates of colleges
promise to bo very active next fall.
At the annual meeting of tbe Asso
ciation of Collegiate Alumnae, held
Saturday at tbe home of Mlsi Ethel
Tukey, committee were appointed
to work during tbe summer on varl
out line of activity In wblcb the
college women ar Interested.
Mrs. It. Si New branch wae elected
chairman ef a committee to Investigate
tho feasibility of establlehlng a College
women' club house. An appropriation
was mad to Miss Elisabeth Brenstcr,
chairman of a committee at work upon
the opening of a bureau for vocational
guidance, te be maintained In connection
with the home. A girls' dormitory at
the stats university was another need
emphasised at the meeting and Mr. C
R. Maxwell. Mrs. Martin Dlraery and
Dr. Olga Staatny ware named to begin
work towards realising this aim. Be
cause of the Increased business, a apodal
meeting will bs called the first week In
June, at which time Initial progrea along
these line will be reported.
Miss Bess Dumont was elected presi
dent, Mrs. R. A. Tsn O red el, rice presi
dent; Mrs. C. r. Sykes, secretary; Miss
Mary Macintosh, treasurer; Miss Ethel
Tukey, counsellor, and Mra H. E. New
branch, lira Roy Sunderland and Mtse
Luclla Carter, directors.
Miss Ethel Tukey was elected delegate
to the national Association of Collegiate
Alumnae convention, which will be held
In San Franoieoo la August, and Miss
Ruth McDonald, altemat. Mrs. E. V.
Farriah, Mrs. Newbranch and Miss Elisa
beth Mitchell will constitute the publicity
committee far next year.
Florence High to
'Exercises This Week
The eomtng week will bs eoauneacetnent
week at the Florence High school. - The
baccalaureate sermon will be preached!
tonight at the Florence Presbyterian!
church by Rev. J. B. Butter.
Wednesday win be class day, and the
exercises will be held at the school house
In the evening, when tbe following pro
gram will be gtven:. Junior boys qusr
tet: senior claae prophecy, Alice Flat;
violin nolo. Earls Pulte; Maude Xslrle,
accompanist: senior class poem, Chris
tine Atbacfc; whistling solo, Vy Harring
ton. Tills will be followed by a play
given by the junior class, entitled "A Per
plexing Situation." - . ,
Thursday evening the graduating exer
cises will take place at the Eagles hail
at t o'clock: Processional, Mrs. F. IL
Reynolds; invocation. Rev. J. B. Butter;
music, senior girls: class history, Dorothy
Foster; valedictory, Esther Janssen; vocal
solo, Nelva Harrington; presentation ef
diplomas, J. F. McLane: Instrumental
music, Mrs. V. 11. Reynolds; senior class
play, "A Case of Suspension." Cast of
characters: . Dorothy. Alice and Mildred,
young ladles of the seminary. Helva Har
rington, Dorothy Foster and Alloa Flats;
Harold, Tom and Jack, undergraduates of
a nearby college. Will Alexander, Clinton
Parks and Clarence Schults; Miss Ophelia
Judklns, of the faculty, Esther Janssen;
Prof. Emlllus Edge rt on, of the faculty,
Reginald Sutton; Fred, a friend of tbe
seminary people. Carroll Rogers: Helen,
friend of the seminary people, Christina
Alback; Kathleen, a Celtic maiden. Lillian
Broderson; Jonas, the seminary man,
Clifford P. Petersen.
Those graduating are- Christina Al
back, Will Alexander, Lillian Brodersonv
Clinton Parks. Dorothy Footer, Nelva
Harrington, Carroll Rogers, Esther Jans
sen, Clarence Schults, Reginald Sutton,
Alice Plats and Clifford Petersen. Class
motto, "Our hope, success; our aim, to
win." Class colore, purple end white.
Claas flower, white rose.
To Work Out Plans
That Will Result
In Greater Omaha
A definite plsn pt campaign te bring
out the vote, June X. when the consoli
dation of Greater Omaha 1 to be voted
upon, is to be worked out at a meeting
next Monday night of a committee ap
pointed Saturday after a long conference
of a number of businessmen at tbe Com
mercial club rooms. J. A. Sunderland,
rhalnuea of ths executive committee
of the club, presided.
A committee of thirty-three men" was
appointed with more still to be named, te
work out a definite plan, whereby a
largs and representative vote may be
gotten out at the poll te Insure the
adoption of the consolidation measure.
The committee Is made up ef the fol
lowing: J. A. Sunderland
Kendall K. Brown
John L. Mctagu
M. H. Baldrtge
W. W. Ktsher
W. Boyd Smith
P. J. Taggwrt
Harry O. Falmer
John C. Letch
P. W. Judaoa
w. N. Chambers
Robert C. Drueedow J. W. Metcalfe
J. A. Schmidt
Henry K. Myers
R. C Hunter
Thomas 8. Kelly
Chariea II. Kubat
Herman Tim me
F. D. Weed
W. O. I re
AT EXCELSIOR SPRINGS
EXCELSIOR SPRINGS. Mo.. MaylC
tspeclsl Telegram.) Governor Joha H.
Morehead of Nsbrssk Is here for a
Apartruenta flats, houses and cottage
can be rented quickly and cheaply by a
Pee Tor Rent" Ad.
HO MORE CASH BONDS
AT POLICE STATION
Commissioner Xngel Giyes Order
that None Shall Be Accepted by
Officers in Charge.
SIGNED PAPEES AEE NECESSARY
Commencing last nlgbt, there ia
one place In tbe city of Omaha
where legallied coin of the realm Is
This place is none other than po
Police Ccmmlpsloner Kugel came down
last night with an order that alt persons
taken In ahould be released on real es
tate bonds only. This rule is to apply
especially to street women and men ac
cuaed of vagrancy. No matter how much
money might be produced by the pris
oner, nothing but a real estate bond may
be accepted, Mr. Kugel ordered.
Heretofore, cash bonds only have been
taken. In rare Instances, however, signed
bond were taken.
Ifearly Always Forfeited.
These cash bonds in the majority of
eases were forfeited, and since Judge
Foster for some reason would not Issue
beuch warrants for the bond Jumpers, the
case were cf course ended. The forfeited
bond war turned Into the police pension
and relief fund, which in the last few
year has grown to something like "CO, 000.
In the few lastancee where prtsonera ap
peared in court to be fined, about half
were re Is seed on appeal bonds, signed.
These appeal bonds were forfeited aad
rarely If ever sued on. Of ail the arrests
made in a year, only a small per cant
paid fines which were turned ever to
ths school board er the city.
More Difficult te Go.
"My Idea In establishing the signed bond
plan." said Mr. Ktigel, "is that it will be
more difficult for these street women
and vagrants to find a qualified property
holder than it would be to borrow 110 or
tS. This being the eass, they would at
least remain in Jail a few hours, while
before they were out in a few minute
after arrest, committing the same often
over again. It has been our experience
that girl arrested on the etreeta borrow
bond money from friends, and then after
being released on the same night go out
and commit the same offense for which
they were arrested.
"This signed bond plan may result In
a crop of professional bondsmen spring
ing up, but if that occurs we'll try to
find a way to cope with them." '
Apartments, flats, house and cottage
tan be rentedquickly and cheaply by a
Bee "For Rent
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that it has been used by other doctors
all ovsr the country for twenty years.
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before the public can show such- a rec
ord of ' professional approval. - Every
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and ID aad Reslnol Soap (25c).
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Tango Matlaee Thursday.
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OMAHA v. WICHITA
May 17. 18, 10 and 20.
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them to the mercy of the high seas un
losa a big boat happened to be near by.
This la the peeiUoa taken In the Amer
Ican note and seme officials donbted
whether there would be any concessions
on this point, for tt Involves ths principles
of humanity for which the United Btstes
has taken so vigorous a stand.
Another suggestion, which was widely
dlacussed tiy officials, wss th possible
announcement by th allies that none of
their merchant ahlpa would be armed
hereafter. Merchant ships of any na
tionality, according to a ruling from the
Puts department early in the war, have
the right to carry guns not larger than
six-Inch calibre "for defensive purposes
licly the crying
need for protect,
i ing their beer
i from light they
admit that the
instant the case
is uncovered, dan.
: ; gef
' gins causing a
' resulting in de
cay, and render-
ing it unfitto take
into the stomach.
a. Schlitz in
Bottles is Pure
until it is poured
into your glass
it's good it is
the windows in
our bottling plant
are of brown glass
and it costs no
more than beer
in light bottles.
See that crown it branded "Schlitz'
That Wade f.li.7aulteS Gt:n::3.
only." but by aa Informal arrangement
with the British government, clearance
has been refused British ship at Ameri
can aorta unless they disposed of their
Out of these phases of the question
there wae belief tn diplomatic quarters,
hswover, that some solution Of the ques
tions Involved eventually would be
reached without any repetition ta the
meantime of such a disaster as befall th
Predicts Frost Near
Weather ' bursas predict It tolerably
frosty tonight Temperature waa low
hurt night lq the west and northwest, but
did not quite reach freestng. It wae 3
at Cheyenne. Rapid City and Lander.
The San Francisco club ha released
Pitcher Wayne Barnham to the Victoria
club of the Northwestern league.
Phon. Doug. 1517
Schlitx Bottled Beer Depot
723 8. eta St, Omaha, Neb.
101 8. Mala Btpouncll Blufia
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