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Towni of Caporetto. Cormont, Ceri
rgnano and Teno, Near Head
of Gulf of Trieste.
TS7TSSMArrT HOLLAND SENDS
on landS sea1 NOTE ON LUSITA1UA
FORT OF BUSO IS BOMBARDED
ROME. My 25. (Via Paris).
Official announcement a made hy I
the War office today that Italian 1
forces had penetrated Austria, occu-'
pring Caporetto, the heights between !
the Judnio and Isonzo, and the ton J
cf Cormona, Cerrignano and Teno. j
Th statement says these operations
took plae yeeterday In the Austrian
trownland of Carnlolo and In the r'rlull
district. It reads:
"On the Carnlolo" front Austrian nrtU
lery opened fire against our roeitiona
ithout reiulta. Puriag the day of May
14 our artillery fired on positions occu
pied by artlller)' of tha enemy.
"On the Frtuli front our troops advanced
everywhere and encountered only feeblo
jeslstan-e. We have occupied Oapnretto.
the heights between the Idrla and Isonxo
fivers. Cormons, Cervlgano and Terxo.
The enemy withdrew, destroying bridgee
and Burning houaee.
"Our torjedo deatroyere opened fire
against the enemy'a detachments at tha
port of Ruso. and have disembarked
troop. We have raptured aeventy Aus.
triana ho had been aent to Venice. Our
losses were one dead and aome wounded."
The towna of Caporetto, Cormona, Cer
vignano and Terxo are In Austrian terri
tory, two or three mllea from the Italian
border line. Thejr atretrb along the fron
tier on a line running north from tha
head of the g-ulf of Tries. The Aua
trlan town of Con la five mllea to the
east of Cormona and Trleat. Itaelf la
twenty-file miles from tha border line.
The railroad running eaat and west paas
through Cormona and Terio.
rrt of Bwao Sir Idea.
ROllfc, Hay .-(Vla Parla, Slay )
Tn following official etatement wn Is
sued tonight by tha Italian general ataff :
"An Italian destroyer entered the port
of Buao. mar the Austrian frontier and
deatroyed the landing stages, the railroad
atatlon and harrarka aa well aa all motor
'boats la tha harbor. Tha destroyer waa
not damaged and none of tha crew was
wounded. Two of the enemy were killed
'Continued fmm Pale r ire i
I "at fighting elements cf the cuintrv,
: hen been engseed.
In Constantinople there is a shortage
cf petroleum, wool and 'oal Freud is
also larking and at the t.akerla the
I people must take their turn.
I When American Ambassador Mnrgrn
Ithan protested to the Turkish authcr
' 'tics against the sending of fifty Uritish
land Kron'-h aubtetts to be placed on tlin
: fortifications of He PaManelles. a mens-
uie destined to atop the bombardment of
the a I lie. Enver Hey teplied he must !
something, aa the arrival of Turkish
wounded from the s'ralta waa 'Tenting
a deep impression. The ambassador's en
ernetHj efforta, coupled with the lirttiali
threats to hold Knver Tiey personallv re
sponsible, resulted in the return of these)
men to Constantinople! within a week.
They were arrompaniod to fiallipoll by
Hoffman rhillp. secretary of the Amer
The rolllur VuUan. which haa been coal
ing the American cruiser Tennessee, ia
expected shortly at Dedeagtch from
Beirut, bringing the unit of the American
Red Croaa society, which ta proceeding to
Dutch Government's Protest Against
Killing Its Subjects Follows
Lines of U. S. Note.
ANSWER OF KAISER DELAYED
and we took forty-seven prlaonera In
cluding an officer and fifteen non-com-missioned
officers, who wera brought to
"According to supplementary- Informa
tion received the two enemy aeroplanes
which appeared ovar Venlca thla morn
ing dropped le-en bomb without causing
serious damage. The fire from our de
fense put them to flight. Tha damage to
tha railroad caused by tha attacks of war
ships and aeroplane In tha early hours
of the morning was unimportant and al
ready haa been repaired. .
"Tha Austrian cannonade sank a CVer
man steamer In tha harbor at Ancona."
Several Waaadea la Venice.
( WASHINGTON, May 25.-Amertcan
Consul Carroll at Venlca cabled tha Bute
department today that German and Aus
trian aeroplanes, which flew over tha
elty yeeterday dropping bombs, Injured
several peaaanta, but no Americana. Tha
Italians returned tha ftra with machine
g-una and shrapnel.
The State department laaued thla atata
xnont: Tha American consul at Venlca has
telegraphed that on May 23 German" and
Austrian aaroplanea mada a aeouting at
tack on Vtnlre at dawn. Several bomba
wera thrown and several persona
wounded, ona bomb falling near tha ar
senal and another at San Nleoletto tl
Ixidl, In tha water. Ona aeroplane flew
directly over tha consulate amid a hall
of machine guns, ahrepnel and ahell fir.
Tha conaul reports that there waa no
sign of panic among tha cltlsens, who
watched tha fight through glasses."
Italy Tells World
Vienna Broke Treaty
By Defi to Serbia
WASHINGTON, May 25. Italy
has addressed to the neutral Rovern
ments of the world a lengthy com
munication explaining Its reasons
for declaring war on Austria. Count
dl Cellere, the Italian ambassador,
presented the, document to Secretary
Bryan today In the form of a note to
the United States government.
It reviews negotiations between Italy
and Austria, revealing that They began
Immediately upon the dispatch of Ana-
trla'a ultimatum to Berbla. Italy claimed
then that the action of Austria disturbed
J the equilibrium of the Malkana and the
i peace of fturope In a way that vitally
'affected Italian Interests. As a nslly of
Austria, Italy asserts the rlKht to have
been conaulted before Bending of the
ultimatum, the first news of which waa
received through the newspapera.
Falling to obtain through diplomacy
the aatlafactlon of Ita territorial and na
tlonnl asplratlona. Italy announces that
ia declaration of war waa the only means
of safeguarding Its position in Europe.
THE H AtJl'K, May 2 1 Via ;
London.)- The government of thP
Netherlands has sent a note to Ger-1
many protesting against the sinking
on May 7 of the Cunard line steamer
I.usitania by a German submarine.
The contents of thla note are sub
stantially the same as that In the
American communication on the
The lives of several Dutch subjects
were lost when the Lusltanla waa
Answer f Kataer Delayed.
WASHINGTON, May 26 Preaident
Wilson told callers today he did not
know lai.aea for the delay of the Oer
man reply to the American note on the
l.uaitanla, but h? presumed the German
government waa for the moment ab
sorbed In the new drcumatanoea arising
out of Italy's entrance Into tha war. The
Cttiman embassy here has made sugges
tions to the Germnn foreign office for
the reply and In German quartans It la
sld the note will be of a character to
aatiafy American public opinion.
While declining to throw any light on
the shipping situation aa between Great
Hrltaln and the t'ntted States, the pros
blent referred to tt aa a chronic cnee.
It waa learned that he believed any for
mal note now to Great Britain might
weaken the American governments posi
tion In lis delicate relatione with Ger
many, but as soon aa tha reply la re
ceived aome action may be expected.
Turk Subsea Sank
The Russ Warship
AMSTERDAM. Holland iVia London),
May 26. A telegram from Constantinople
raye It la announced officially there that
Turkish eubmarlne sank a Ruaslan
warahlp In tha Black Hea.
Tha dispatch adda that Turkey suc
ceeded for soma tlma In concealing the
fact that thla submarine waa In opera
tion and that tha complete results of Its
aotlvltlea ara unknown.
A wireless dispatch .from Berlin yes-
terdsy reported that a Russian warship,
probably the battleship Panteletmon, had
been sunk In tha Black Sea with the lose
of 1,400 men. Tha dispatch gave no Inti
mation that tha vessel had been sunk by
TWISTER KILLS ONE
AND RUINS HOMES
(Continued from Page One.)
amount for the wevk to 4 11 Inches.
North of Fremont In tha vicinity of
Hooper and t'ehllng tha downpour
amounted almost ta a cloudburst, with
the reault that railroad tracks wi
waahed out In aome placea. On th
North west rn Una north of Nlekerson a
stretch of track about 140 yard In length
waa so badly damaged by the high water
that traffic waa delayed, for several hours
while tha break waa mended.
On the Albion Una between Dodge and
Snyder tha roadbed for several rods waa
waahed out On the Burlington Una be
tween Cabling and Wlnalow a at retch of
track about yards long waa swept
MKKHNO WATER. Neb., May
SiclaM-About two and a half Inches
of rain fell her about 4 o'clock today
Much daiiiasu was done to rropa. Tha
com ia badly waahed out In some placea
FRONTIER DAY AT CHEYENNE
TO BE A MONTH EARLIER
The nineteenth annual Frontier day
'lebration at Cheyenne will be held
full month earlier thla year than here
tofore In order that the big tourist rush
to the fair at this period may avail them
selee of the opportunity to witness th
big event. The eaact datea of the fea.
t Hit tea ara July m rate
will be In effect on all rallroada.
Union Leader Freed
Of Murder Charge
TRINIPAD. Colo., May 24.-A verdict
of not gulltv waa returned tonight by
tha Jury In the case of Robert IThllch, a
union leader charged with the murder of
Mack 1'owell, a cowboy, October , 1913.
Powell was killed during one of the
flghta between mine guarda and striking
coal miners near Ludlow during the
Colorado coal atrtke. The verdict was
reached on the first ballot.
Funeral of Charles 1
Frohman is Held in
City of New York
NEW T'iKK', May '.'o -Tribute to th
mnnr.r nf '"I stlcs Krohman, thc'rlrl
mf.naaer. who perished on the Iusl'anla.
ens paid today bv hundreds f rsons
m th" thcatrlral world and runny 'mm
other walks of life at the funeral serv
ices held nt the Temple Knianu-Kl
In spnklrig of Mr. I ruhman a hiKti
standinK In the theatrical wcrld Augustus
Thomas, the playwright, who delivered
the funeral oration, said
"The history of the dramatic world has
held no name so potent, tweause f" one
thing he never bartered his self-respect
tor notoriety. Just to be with the man
waa to be decent."
Twenty',six psllbesrers escort'd the
body. They Included, In addition to Mr.
Thomas, George Ade, Edward Sheldon,
Richard Harding lavla. E. II. flothern,
William Gillette. Otia Hklnner, William
Faveraham and David Belaaco.
Funeral services In memory of Mr.
Frohman were arranged by Blllle Burke
In Tacoma, Wash.; by John Drew In Ban
Franclaco, and by Julia Sanderson snd
others In Providence, R. I.
Spain Will Act for
Austria at Rome
BERNE. Switzerland tVla Parisi. May
8. Tha Swiss government has announced
that It will repreaent the lntereata at
Rome of the German empire and of
navarla and that the lntereata of Austria-Hungary
will be repreaented by
PIONEER F0BT DODGE
BANKER DIES IN CHICAGO
fOr.T rOrGK. Ta.. Mav 25. (Special
Telegram.) John C. Cheney, a Trtoneer
banker of thla city, died In hCtcago laat
night. Mr. Cheney had been falling In
health for two years and waa 77 years of
age. He moved to thla city In 1W and
operated a atage line out of Fort Dodge.
After th eoomlng of the railroad he
operated a atage line. He came back here
In 1K7C and waa one o fthe organliera of
the Fort Podge National bank and for
many yeara waa cashier. His eon. John
T. Cheney. Is now cashier. Mrs. John C.
Cheney la alive, but In very poor health.
Wounded Premier of
LISBON, Tortugal. May 25. - (Via
Paris.) Joao chagaa resigned the pre
miership of Portugal today on the ad
vice of his physician. He was premier
In the new revolutionary government of
the republic and on May 17 he was ahot
and aerloualy wounded by Penator Freltaa.
WASHINGTON. Mav 31 (Speejnl Tele
gram.) Fred W. Flndberg waa appointed
postmaster at Pawlct,. Garden nounty,
Nebraska, vice Maude Mclaughlin, re
ajirnorl. - -
IonaW A. Wllaev Was appointed rural
carrier at Kweet Water. Neb. Ralph W.
Hayes. Htory county. Ia., haa noen ap
pointed a acaler at Lapolnta Indian
The postofflce at Pchaupps. Sherman
county, Nebraska, haa been discontinued,
nisi1 to Aahton.
Try ThU If You
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to remove dandruff completely and that
la to diaaolve It. This deatroya It en
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By morning, most If not all. of your
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Tou will find, too, that all Itching
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Tou can' get liquid arvon at any drug
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remedy haa never been known to fall.
Germany Takes Over
AMSTERDAM. May . Vla London.)
All property of the British-American
Tobaoco company In Germany has bwn
placed under German aupervlelon, ac
cording to the Berlin correspondent of
J anna B. Duke of New oVrk Is presl-
dent of the British-American Tobacco
company, tha capital of which la $.'V- I
000.000. On of tha principal German
aubeldiaiiea of the company at Dresden
waa sold In November to Gernuina with
tha constant of tha British Board of i
UTILITY GAS RANGES
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Many Important satisfaction producing features are Installed in Utility Qui
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ahow a complete line of these excellent ranges lnclud- 5QtACAv.59
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OUT OF THE HIGH RENT DISTRICT
Jeff J. Marflelri.
BTHLUA. Neb.. May 14 (Special
Jeff J. Warfleld died yesterday of heart
failure after a few hours' illness. He
was a painter and decorator and waa
one of the pioneer residents of Ktella.
Mr. Warfleld waa W years old and as a
young boy saw service In tha confederate
army. He waa twice married. Ilia sec-,
ond wife, who waa Mlaa Maggie Jonea of ;
Stella, died thirteen yeara ago. Four1
sons aurvlve, Clarence of fctella. Harry of '
Lincoln. Carl of herldan, Wyo. ; Jeff,
Jr . of Caspar. Wyo.
Mrs. KH aa tela Skawhaa.
TABLE ROCK. Neb.. May . pe
cial )-Mra. Elisabeth Hhawhan. wife of
Minor Bhawhan, who had been a resident
of Pawute and RIchardaon counties for
many years, died at the reeideoca of her
daughter. Mrs. Nannie Tinker, at Tber
inopolla. Wyo.. at i o'clock Saturday
morning lt. Tha body arrived hra yea
terdav. Funeral servtcee wera held to
day. Mrs. Bhawhan waa 77 ear!d and
bad been In feeble health for a long
tlma and wen- to Wyoming leaa than a
month ago with her huaband in hupea of
ring benefited. Surviving her Is an aged
huaband and several grown sous and
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Harmless Changes Gray
Hair to a Glossy,
Don't look old look young eu if your
hair la wispy, thin, falling, gray, atreak.
ed with gray, faded, dry, prematurely j
gray, simply shampoo hair and acalp a
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atorer. Your gray hair will then be !
beautifully darkened, lustroua, aoft, i
fresh, wavy, with that dark lustroua'
gloaa wbicli makes the hair so fasclriat- :
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scalp, dandruff and falling hair and
prornotea Ita growth. Q-Han la not a'
rivs. hut seta An tha rMiti ao the m-m v- I
hair la ao evenly and beautifully dark
ened that no one ran tell Q-Kan has
been used. Q-Tlan la not sticky or
messy; harmless, and la guaranteed to
darken gray hair or no charge. Try it.
Hlg 7 -o. bottle only 60c at Sherman A
I McCoiinell Drug Co.. Owl Drug Co,
I Harvard or 1.nyal Pharmacy, Omaha.
Neb. Out-of-town folka surpllsd by mall.
splendid Ctlltty Gaa Range, the body of wnlch la made of polished btije
ect ateel. the top and base of heavy cast iron, the four Cl O Cfl
rners ara band drilled und in one piece, the oven ta large jaewU
d Kuuianteed to bake perfectly. Our price
Have The Central Figure on Your Furniture Bill
Honesty bailt oar basinets .
to one af the laigeat practices) In
Nebraska We tell you on first
consultation Just what you nest
and exactly what cost af sanis
IT TITAX.HBD A I.
Taft's Dental Rooms
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extra Inavv interlining of mineral wool, the Interior of the provision cham
ber Is either pure sine or white enamel baked on the aliic. All Hltzzard Re
frigerators are constructed with apoclal regard to sanitary fea Mies and
econimnral Ice consutnpt ton. We ahow an excellent 50ffkO1 1 SI
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and are priced from
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The Store for
In Sunday's Chicago Trib
une one of the three best
stores in Chicago featured
an illustration and descrip
tion of a $1.00 waist which
was worth S2.C0.
In the Store for Shirt
waists, we have sold this
same waist all season for
$1.00. It is a good value at
See the Thompson and
Belden $1.00 Waists.
Dainty, Summery Dresses for
every purpose: The Summer
Dance, Picnic, Porch or Street
Wear. The prices at $6.75 with
unusual values for $10 50, $12.50
The Newest Fashion.
Genuine White Fox Scarf,
at - - - - $30.0: to $37.50
White Iceland Fox Scarfs,
at - - - $5.75, $6.75 and $7.75
Just the thing for wear at Coun
try Clubs and the Summer Hotel.
An offering of suits that is
an actual money saver to
Two Special Prices:
$14.75, Values to $42.50,
$21.75, Values to $55.00
Tub Silks and Crepes
Exclusive Designs, 85c to $2.00 a Yard
Nothing more popular for the coming season than tub
silks; their unusual quality and the immense variety of
patterns and color combinations, make them as suitable
for men's shirts and pajamas as for women's garments.
More New Cotton Dress Goods
Airy, gatusy stuffs that will make gowns the picture
of dainty coolness on hot summer days. Embroidered
voiles, and crepes, printed organdies, wonderful variety,
handkerchief linens, both plain and striped, the new
seeded voiles in pretty pompadour effects.
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HERALD Graphically Pictured.
TRIBUNE "Moat Notable Mo
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PRESS "Foroi bly Pr-aentcd
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ELKGRAfH "Most Elaborate
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) money for good engravings, tt
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,1 i W I ar Matlasa Today, 8:30
Alias Jimmy Valentine
Tango Matinee Tomorrow, with Buth
Thompaon la aonga and dances.
IUMim gatarday last Partormanca i
. aa.-. w i a .. o sVaa aa aa A KAal I
LAKE MAN AW A
Arthur Bnuth'a Orchestra la
Good Beating. Boiler Coaster. Marry.
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Beit Week i "The Cariatlaa."
Omaha vs. Lincoln
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