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THE HKK: OMAHA, TI1UKKIAAY, MAY 20. 1915.
ALLIES LAND MORE
Dispatch from Athens Say Freih
Forces Debarked at Xnm Kale,
es Asiatic Side of Strait.
TURKS GET KOBE AMMUNITION
LONDON. May 19. An Athens
dispatch to the Esrhftnge Telegraph
ccmpwr, dated yesterday, un it in
reported at Mytilene that the allle
disembarked freiih troops Monday
night near Rum Kale, on the Asiatic
coast of the Dardanelles. It also ha
been learned there that the Turks on
the Oalllpoll peninsula, who for
week have larked artillery ammu
nition, hare obtained an abundant
supply of shells In the last few days.
bells Itamal Traassvorts.
CONSTANT! Nr!,. Turkey. May 1.
Vla London.) The following official
statement u Issued hare touay:
"On the Dardanelles front. n'r AvI
Bumu, there have been very small ar
tillery and infantry et.gsgemnls. bnt no
Important 'Hons. Pome smell transport
snipe haw been (lama oil by our shells.
'Our troop on the right wins have re
taken,a hel,4 t 300 meters from our ooai
tlona. "A Yenh rrulser yesterday landed
near eWekale, west 6f Mekri, on th
southern shore of the Outf of Bmyrna,
sixty soldiers, -who flr-d when our coaat
guard replied to their rifle fire. Other
cruisers landed about 16 soldier near
Herat, west f Tenlka. Oil the night of
May 1&-1S, two enemy snipe which wars
cruising near the Frayrna force, retired
after being damaged by our batteries."
AUSTRIA AND ITALY
ASK UNITED STATES
TOACT FOR THEM
(Continued from Pas One.
atated Uiat on May 4 the duke of Avorna,
Italian ambassador at Vienna, ax-Una
under Instructions from his government,
notified the Austrian minister of foreign
affairs . that Italy considered Austria's
declaration of war aa-alnst Perbl
violation of th triple alliance treaty.
Ha adJed that the negotiations started
flrat by Germany and continued by Aus
tria with a view of giving Italy compen
nation for maintaining neutrality, had
reaulted In . Italy resuming it complete
liberty uf action both because the Aus
trian offer were totally Inadequate and
beeause Italy ltuat!on had become In
tolerable. Austria made no reply, hut
continued the negotiations offering addi
tional concession. .
It KHUN. May 1. Vla Loadoft.)-"Teu
are aware,' said Or. von Bethmann
Ifollweg, the Imperial chancellor, speak
. Ing la the Itk-hstag today, "that the re
la lion between Italy and Austrle-Hun-garjr.
within the last month have been
"Frora th apeech made yesterday by
Xunt Ttes you will have gathered that
the Vienna cabinet In a sincere effort to
ensure enduring peace between the dual
monarchy of Italy, and te teits into m
count th lasting great vital Interests
of both, empires, had resolved en far
reaching concession to Italy of a terri
"I consider It proper to Indicate tbese
concessions to you. i
First. I'art of th Tyrol Inhabited
by Italians, waa te be ceded to Italy.
"ocend. The western bank ef th
Isenso, Insofar as the population waa
purely Italian, and the town of Oredlsoa,
likewise te be ceded te ItaJy.
Trleete a Free City.
"Third. Trieste waa to be made an
imperial free city, receiving an adminis
tration which would Insure tbe Italian
character of th city and have an Italian
"Fourth. Italian sovereignty ever Av
elona. a seaport ef Albania and a sphere
of Interest belonging thereto, to be recog
nised. "Fifth.' AiMtre-Hungary deolared her
political disinterestedness regarding Al
bania. "Bixth. The national Interest of
JUliana In Austria te be particularly re
epactad. "Seventh. Austrlu-Huagary te grant
amnesty te political military prisoner
belonging te the ceded territory.
"Elghtn. The further wishes ef Italy
regarding the general question to be as
sured every 'consideration.
"Ninth. Austria-Hungary, after the con
elusion of the agreement, to give a sol
emn declaration concerning the eonre.
Details ef Coaseaala.
"Tenth. Mixed committee for th
regulations for the details of the con
cession to be appointed.
"Eleventh. After the conclusion of th
agreement Austro-Hungarten soldier, na
tive ef the occupied territories, shall not
further participate In the war."
"I can add." continued the Imperial
c.anrsllor. "that Oermany, In order fur
ther te strengthen the understanding be
tween both Its allies, undertook, with
the full agreement of the Vienna cabi
net, to give a full guarantee for tho loyal
fulfillment of the offer Oermany and
Austria-Hungary herewith formed a res
olution which. If It should lead to re
sult, would. I firmly believe, rind an
overwhelming majority la the three na-
"With Its parliament te Italian peipi
will now 4actd whether it will reaili th
fulfillment of U national aspiration In
th widest extent In a peaceful manner,
or whether tt will plunge the country
Ut wer and tomorrow draw the sword
esalnst It allies of yesterday and today.
"I will not give up the hope entirely
that the seal of pear will be buavler
than the aeale of war. but whatever the
aacision or Italy may be, we. toejier
with Austria-Hungary, have doa all
within th bounds of possibility to up
port an a!llnr which was firmly rooted
among the Germs a people and had
brought profit and good te the three em
pires. Knew Hew to f"sv
"If th alliance I tor by one ef the
three partstera. we shall know, lgttnsr
with th, other partner, how to meet the
liew dancers with taunilru
and Kiur.i. "
The Imperial chancellor' etrh we
loudly applauded from th galtsrte. Th
various seeretarte of Stat, were present.
It. pF .i h - .1.. i . . . . .
iZ J sin.-t.stag Kl-W ut
W boti) ur ortt Iiidrltl mill, fulltkni ka. .
tonnd.e which Is justified by lb.
ourse of ,v.u up to the present, with,
cut nlt,-, tui wit. steadfast deter-
LOVE LAUGHS AT THE LAW Although he was en
joined from courting her during the period of her divorce
procedings Mr. Cornelius was one of twelve men who were
mentioned in the injunction. Mrs. Cornelius is the daughter
of William T. Stillwell, president of the Mapos Central
Suifar Company, said to be in California.
s f I Ih MQ wfc wycow
initiation, which has It root In unity
and the Justice of our course. The Ger
man people are looking forward quietly
tt the future, which must brng the de
velopment of all our forces for tlie good
and greatness of our beloved fatherland.''
DEFEAT OF RUSS .
IN GEEAT BEITAIN
(Continued from Page One.)
troops than they can muster as long as
the present activity on the western front1
continue. Thl I the only road to allied
victory, but let there be no miatakc-th
rod Is a very long way elf.
rrearli Official Heport.
PARIS, May U.-Th French War office
thl afternoon gave out a report or. th
piogresa of hostilities reading: '
''The bad Weather continue. There h
been no development on the front during
in night, with the exception of some
miliary exchange at various point. I
aiso to in eaat or the Taer two at
tempted attack on th part of th en
cmy were checked by our fire."
Takes Charge of
ROME. Msy It. 11:9 p. nv-(Vla Parts.
May 1, . W IS a. m.) A royal decree,
under which all railroad line and ta
tlona In Italy are placed under the super
vision of the'mllllsry authorities, I pub
lished by the Official Uaaette.
ITnder the provision of the decree,
military off Ids Is wre given the power to
prohibit suspected persona from travel
ing on the railroads or even approaching
th line. All traveler are warned that
at certain points they must not look
from the carrlajcs windows. bit must
keep the shutters closed.
Any person approaching a tunnel or
bridge will be Imprisoned for six months.
If war Is declared when the offenm Is
committed they will be court-martialed.
Boldier and th police are entruated
with th enforcement of the decree and
are to fi upon persons who violate Its
Arrange for Care of
GENEVA. wttserland (Via Paris! May
1 -There are nearly 1.000.H Americans.
LnglUhraen. Frenchmen. Russia. Itsl-,
ian and Perbisns now in Kwltxee n1,
who will receive protection from lho
Swiss federal government in the event
-t Italy s entrance to the war. From aj
military standpoint all four Alpine-ewls
border will be rloeed.
Although th. government ha. received
onnai guaranties mat Be Is neutrality
will not be violated It has Uken stringent
meeaurea to safeguard the frontier
There is no thought, however, of a gen
eral tswia mobilisation. Tbe most im
portant question corn-ems the food sun-
r" r ,h" '0W4C lron who
''m surrounded by a wall of
. ronu- Hop expressed that the"
government will giro their
i'. Veara far fekallHar wife.
SIOI'X KALOJI. a D.. My l.-B,cl
Telegram.)-Prank Koetrrk. a Kluui
ralu ho MVraJ wku
and wounded hi wtf in an effort to
, ava v mv I' ieraircj SJUlliy- WfJ ID
Uy aun.ad l . unn of four ye.r. at
wa , ,h- loxll jlu Mlt
BIG LAND. OFFERS
. ARE MADE TO ITALY
Austrian Government Reported . to
. Be .Willing to M&kav Large
, Concessions. J
PEACEFUL ISSUE POSSIBLE
VIENNA, May l.-Vla London.) Ac
cording to the prevalent Impression here
no definite Indications regarding the de
clrion reached by the Italian cabinet as
to Italy's future course har been re
ceived by the Austro-IIungarlan govern
The Salandra mlntstry may decide in
favor of a peaceful settlement Instead of
war' under any or all clrcumatancs but
this . hope Is believed to be too sIlarM to
justify any optimism.
The Auatro-HungarUn government has
rone o far In the way of territorial con
cessions that a peaceful settlement seems.
even lo outsiders, to be quite possible If
Italy I so minded, but the question at
issue appears to be not so much whore
leal for the sstlsfactlon of Italian terri
torial aspirations can b found a whether
tli Italian government already has de
termined to enter the war on th aid of
the alllea against Austria-Hungary and
"Our concasslous." said high ofiicial
today, "are great far greater than most
The statement of Count Tissea. th
Hungarian premier, and Count Andiassy
in the Hungarian Parliament wer In
tended to assure Italian patriots that the
offer was mad In the beat faltn and
was In no sense an "Indian" gift. What
confidence exist In Vienna la based on
the belief the Salandra cabinet, a the
ministry possessing the confidence ef the
wer party. Is th only ministry strong
eaough to enter Into negotiations with
Austria-Hungary and maintain peace at
Teesile Are falsa.
The people, like the government, ar
lacing th situation with th utmost
rMmnees, even approaching nonchalance.
They seem to ft that they have tried
everything possible to satisfy Italian as
rlratlona and avoid war. and that the
rest is la the heads of fate.
Th Austro-Italtan frontier, extremely
strong by nature, baa been converted Into
a vast field fortress which Auatrtana
prophesy will prove a far harder nut to
crack than Is Imagined. The Carpet Mane
are a bagatelle, they aay, compared with
the Tyrolean Alps
Baren von Rajecs, the Auatro-
Hungarian foreign minister, today waa
oaived for a long time In audience by
i r.mperor Kram U J est ph.
ck neat te Taruala.
; Th Giants have sent Kred Cook, the
,pit her, to tlui Toronto club. Cook reme
! fbr jn
"DARE NOT TRADE
HONOR FOR PEACE"
Address of President Hibben Causes
Sensation at Lake Mohonk Ar
PREPAREDNESS AGAINST WAR
MOHONK LAKE. May 19. Dr.
John Greer HIbben, president of
Princeton nnlvemlty, stirred thfl
Lake Mohonk conference on Interna
tional arbitration today hy taking Is
sue with pacificists who favor dis
armament and hy advocating "a wise
preparedness of our military forces
In tbe United States."
"I do not advocate preparedness
for war," be said, "but a prepared
ness' against war a preparedness
which In the event of. the catastrophe
of war itself, will prevent tN enor
mous Initial sacrifice of human lives
whlcb has characterized every war In
which the United State have been
"No one can be so blind regarding the
significance of present condition as to
take the position that a grave national
emergency I not at least a possibility."
Without naming any of the belligerents.
Vr. Hibben asserted that one fallacy
tending to obstruct the progress of peace
was that "this present terrible war has
developed certain practices and usage
which will revolutionise the accepted re
striction of Internetkinal law. so that
hereafter all immemorial obligations of
nation to nation In a state of war will
be swept away.
Kmerseacr May Be Mear.
"In the high tension of International
hate and suspicion, the most Insignificant
accident may chance to precipitate for
a national calamity. And In this
great emergency. If it should conw, what
will we say? Peace? Teacc at any
"By all means let us pay any price
which can buy peace restraint of pas
sion, long sufferance, sacrifice of ma
terial wealth, of every personal conveni
ence and comfort. Let us sacrifice It all.
everything which can buy peace. But.
let us not forget that there are some
things which cannot buy peace. If wo
sacrifice them in order to secure peace,
peace thus sought becomes for us the
veriest torment of a living hell. We dars
not trade honor for peace.
cver in the twenty-one year of !t
existence had the Lake Mohonk confer
ence heard uch a call to arms. Tho
Princeton president's appeal aroused In
tense Interest and . discussion amon '
more than 3u0 delegates here from a
parts of th country.
0ea!aar Address by Mao re.
The conference was opened by Danl
Smiley, who a usual waa host to all tlio
members of the conference and their
wive. The president's address wss de
livered by John Bassett Moore, professor
of- International law and diplomacy t
Columbia university, and formerly coun
sellor of th State department.
Other speaker at th opening session
were Theodore Marburg of Baltimore,
former minister to Belgium, and John
Barrett, director general f the Pan
Officers Called Out
LONDON. Kay lHAU reserve officer
In the Bulgarian army have been called
to the color for a month training, eeya
a Time dispatch from Sofia.
The Turk are hurrying troop, provi
slon and munition from Luis, Burga
and Keshan to the Oalllpoll peninsula.
All slego gim and modern artillery have
been removed from Adrian opls end lt
to the Aogeun ecest Keshan and Mal
gara arc being hastily fortified.
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to any person in Its Jurisdiction equsl
protection of law and prohibiting local
or special law for Incorporating cities,
town nd village or changing or amend
ing charters, In that the statute llmtte
Its application to a metropolitan city and
one city of the first class.
"Frovinod two police magistrate after
consolidation instead of one.
"Limits application to citiea having city
water, ga. electric light", telephone and
i street railway service.
"Provides second treasury, city Jail,
police court and public library.
Chance i-clnl I.culBlat Ion.
"Provides fire and police member
shall retain same rank and pay, but de
nte these benefits to those employed by
cities which may hereafter be consoli
dated. "Ientes consolidation privileges to vil
lages located In other than the same
county In which Is a metropolitan city.
"The election commissioner has no
right or authority to hold the election
because the law creating his office
passed In 1913 is special legislation In
that it doe not provide an election com
missioner for counties which reach 16O.0H0
population after thirty day from the
time the act became a law, providing for
the appointment of any election commis
sioner only within that thirty-day period,
and for that reason applying for all time
to but one county, Douglas.
"The election commissioner has no
right to exercise the functions of his
pretended office nor to cause an expense
be charged against Dundee for an elec
tion." British Steamship
Drumcree is Sunk
by a Submarine
CAHOIFF, WHes, May 19.-(Via ln
don The Prltlsh steamer Drumcree,
ehich left Ilarry yesterday, has been
tcrpedoetl m the EmrllHh chanr.el. The
member of Itn crew have been saved.
The steamer Drumcree waa built In
aumlerlnnd In 1905. It was of ton
net register and 374 feet long. It was
owned In Liverpool.
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