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LEST TO RIGHT-SARAH WALI,
Violent Disturbance! at Man Meet
in; Remit in Many Arreitt
HOUSE SUSTAINS THE MINISTRY
, -TOKIO. June 3. The holding of
an anti-government mass meeting In
Toklo this evening resulted In violent
disturbances. The situation outside
the building where the meeting was
being held was the most serious.
Many arrests were made and the
manifestos Issued by the organisers
of the meeting were confiscated. Re-
ioforeementa of' police were sent
everywhere throughout the city.
The resolution Introduced In the House
tt Repreeentativea yesterday by the op
position, expressing lack of eenfldenoe
In Uie present administration, was today
rejected by a vote of 701 to SU.
Extreme disorder marked the Ion
today. All the members of the cabinet
were In thslr eeat.' While ' rremler
Okums, and rorcicn Minister Kate de
fended the recent nefetlatlons with.
China. It Hare, M. Inukal and U. Oaawa
tucked them. The resolution, as In
troduced yesterday, charted the cabinet
wfth having failed U the r nsvoUellanS
with China from the pf innlna; - with
having aroused the suspicions of foreign
powers and with having harmed the
prtstlge of the empire. ,
Oration for Okeata. ) Kate,
Hoots, Jr end wordy altercations
sunolured the speeches delivered today,
but the ovations for Premier Okuma and
Minister Kato smothered the cries of the
Kr Hara advanced the1 claim that
Japan s aasresalon la China during the
war' ln: Europe had aroused misunder
standings, destroyed tha friendship ef
the powere and placed Japan In position
ef isolation, white H. Ogawa made the
declaration that eencnsslons had been
granted the Hanyshping company be
cause China bad been becked by the
Minister Kato denied the powers had
urged tbe abandonment of the fifth
group ef Japanese demands , "W
ebandoned these In the Interest of peace.
No power compelled ue to do ' so." he
said. "I em convinced thet the Intellect
ual classes ef the world Will understand
end commend the course of Japan."
Qreat Interest bes attached to the an
nouncements of . Premier Okuma and
Minister Of War Oka In the Diet, thai
the army la to be Increased by two divi
sions. This Is the first step toward the
eventual creation of an army of twenty
' Fremont Pepl to Merry.
CHICAGO. '.June t-Spectei Telegram.)
Liuciua R. Hammond and Miss Gertrude
Robinson, both of Fremont. Neb., were
licensed to marry bare this afternoon.
BEATEN IN COURT
BY 'STEEL TRUST'
(Continued trout Tags One.)
judges. Judgs Weoley slue wrote an
vMnlon coinciding wtth the vlcms of
Judgs Bufflngton and this later was con
curred In by Judgs Hunt, now silting In
the VntUd Slates court in New York
City. . j
Other points in the decision are: ,
"Tits field of business enterprise lb the
steel business la as open to and being as
fully filled by the competitors of the Bteel
corporation as It Is by that company.
"No testimony baa been produced In this
record thst a return to ths old trade Sys
tem of ruinous competition would ss a
matter of fact benefit the public inter
"Ths bualrMss ef bojli rompetitors end
Bteel eompaay has Increased veiy largely,
but It It highly sm,.tk. Indeed., in
clusive proof, that the bieet eompaay was
i.elihvr monopolistic control or power to
restrain trad, since the proportion of
trade . increase ass very materially
treater en Ue Jrt ef the bteel corpora
tions competitors than ts own. These
flgnflcaut features prove, that were sise
or bigness of business Is not necessarily
a monopoly of busliw-ss at the expense ef
II other, engsged in It."
tclsats wf Moaepoly.
J !-- and msgnltuds of business,
the rewards of f.lr sid honest endeavor
w-s ss-t among the sr. is that threat
ened the public w elf ere and attracted the
attention of congress- But. when they
had been attained by wrotisful and un
lawful ntrthodt sud competition had been
irippiiMi or destroyed, ths elements ef
monopoly ere present.
Korwijn trade U not a mere gens ml.
Uorrt.'al abU action of selling til,
Girls at Sa unders School June Day Celebration
DKAK BOBBIN. EU.BN BTEARNS,
but Is a concrete definite, commercial
bushing proooentlon In iron and steel.
"In ronxldcring the possible range of
foreign rteel markets for Amerlcsn Iron
and steel there first must be excluded
from that market Germany, France, Aus
tria, Italy and Rusela. The proof is thst
the tariff of each of these countries pre
vent the sale there of American Iron and
"Foreign markets the pre-empted, and
tenaciously held by foreign manufac
turers, . foreign merohants and foreign
bankers, who refuee to finance Import
ing enterprises there unless there is a
stipulation that all materials should be
bought In such bank's own country.
"Thirty million dollars of- the fteel
corporation's W.OOft.Oro foreign trsde is
done Jointly with 1M other American
Bl Organisation Necessary.
"If the twofold purpose of the Sher
man act Is to foster and protect trade,
both 'foreign and Interstate, If -foreign
trade cannot be Increased without some
such mechanically varied and financially
Stroni, agency ss this steel corpora
tion, then manifestly such agency Is not
a violation of a statute whoee purpose
was to permit not to prevent the nor
mal, natural and to be desired develop
ment of unrestrained, unmonopoliaed
trade, both foreign end domestic.
"In taking up this question we dlsmlee
enne end for all the question of mere vol
ume or bigness of business. The ques
tion before 'us is not how much business
was done or bow Urge the company that
did It I the vital question Is, bow was the
business done, whether big er little; was
It, in the test ef the supreme court, done
by prejudicing the publlo Interest, by
unduly restricting or unduly.- obstruct
ing trade? The question Is one of
undue restriction or obstruction and not
of undue volume of trade.
, "if mere else were the test of monopoly
and trede restraint, we have not one.
but a half a dosen unlawful monopolies
in the Urge department stores of a sin
A (' Pnrpose.
"A study ef these proofs satisfies us
that the United Btates steel corporation
could not have been formed 'unless the
minds of two men had united In a com
mon purpose. These two men were J.
Flerpont Morgan and Andrew Carnegie.
"There te bo proof whetevee that Mr.
Osmesis accepted any other relation
than thst of seller of hie stocks and
bonds In his own company and that
statement In his answer that his sole
motive In agreeing to a sale of the
property of the Carnegie Meel company
to the United States Steel company wse
his desire to retire from the hesards
and responsibility of active business end
since such ssle be bed hed no connec
tion with t,be business U trus."
Oeverasaeet Will Appeal.
WASHINGTON. June s.-News that th
government had lost tu dissolution suit
against 'the UnltediBtetee Steel corpora
tion fne the moment el moot matched the
International situation in Internet. The
suit Is regarded -a probably the most
laipr-rtant anti-trust . suit ewer brought
by the Depertment of Justice.
Undoubtedly It win be appealed to the
supreme, court ef the United States bo
ra use the government would be unwllllna
te leave such questions as were raised
unsettled eceit by the highest court In
Join Y. M. ' C. ' A. on special summer
member-hip plen. Then use It. W
Depart me at Orders.
' WASHINGTON, Juno 1 !peclsl Tele
grero.k pnatmssters siwlntel Nebraska-
Halirter. IKindy county, Am
brose K Sherwood. vl II. J. Mercer.
tons- Rooneville, iHillas county. Grant
W. Taylor, vt.-e Oorss Bwallow. re
moved: Oerrvllle, Kloyd county, Robert
K. Cerr, vie l. lu Johnsuu. resigned;
Hills, Johnson county. Warren A. Hall,
vie Oeoic O. Wsrnsr, removed; Rich
ards, Calhoun county, Rolwrt L. Wott.
vi" Mllt-n H. lats, removed.
Rural free delivery routes will be estsb.
llahed on Jnly 1 st Vsle. Putt county,
poitth Dakota: length of rout, twenty
nine mil: families te be ssrved. seven-
Archie K. Coombs was appointed rural
Burton Fuller of 1V1I. la., has been
sppointod a clerk in the Department of
Bow Is the Ttsse te et mi ef Theee
There's no longer the slightest need of
feeling ashamed ef your freckles, as the
preacrtptiea othlne double etrengtbWe
guereeteed te lemove these homely spots.
Simply get an ounce of othlne double
strength' from Sherman A MeOonnell. or
any druggist, and apply a little of R night
aitd morning and yeu should soon see that
even the worst freckles have begun to
disappear, while the lighter ones have
vanished entirely. It Is seldom thst
mere than an eunce la needed te oone
plstely clear the akin and gain a beau
tiful elear eosnptealon.
Be sure te ask for the doable strength
othlne ss this le sold under 'fuerantea of
money bark If It fells to re,.ve freck'is.
EI-EANOR CLIPPER. ALL MEMRERs
Continued from Psse One.)
at the headquarters of the Russian gen
eral staff eejrs:
"In Oallcla Monday, betwen tlie Vis
tula and Prsemysl, st jbbcrn fighting de
veloped, our troops gaining somewhat
Important success on the left bank of
the Lower flan, taking several villages,
some with the bayonuL On the. right
bank of the same river we were sjcoess
ful near the vltege of Knlukouve, taking
a base south ef the village, - capturing
1,200. prisoners. Including twenty-two of
ficers and eight quick flrers."
German Official Report.
BERLIN, June .-(Vla London)-The
army headquarters gave out today the
"Western theatet: A battle developed
In the village of Hooge, three kilometres
east of Tpres, whloh had been strongly
fortified by the British. The battle took
a course favorable for us.
"Testerday we found ourselves obliged
to destroy the tower of the church ef
Bt Martin, In Tpres, on which enemy
artillery observation posts had been
"In the district north of Arras fighting
Is very lively. On the Souches-Nevllle
front and to the south the French re
peatedly began exUnstve attacks during
the afternoon and night leading In certain
places to bitter hand to hand fighting.
The French suffered heavy losses every
where Without obtaining any advantage.
Fighting for possession of the sugar re
finery at Pouches continues. ,
'The battle In the forest or Le Pretre
have not yet come to a conclusion.
'In tie Vosges our aviators dropped
bombs on the provisioning center end
railway junction at Remlermont and on
the enemy camp at Hohnes. Minor local
tights developed during the night In the
region of the valley of the Fecht, at
"Eastern theater: The situation Is un
changed. "Southeastern theater: The fortified
town of Prsemysl was taken by us early
ihlm morning after the fortification on
the northern front, which still held out,
had been stormed during the night. The
amount ef booty taken has not yet been
"The army under Oenrral Von Un
slnger Is penetrating the district of
Zydcsaew, northeast of Btry. and fight
ing for the Dnleeter section east of
MeJtolalow. The booty taken In the bat
tle of etry has been Increased to six
officers and U.17J men."
SUGGESTS CLUB WOMEN
REFUSE TO WEAR FEATHERS
PORTLAND, Ore., June I. -Mrs, John
Dickinson Sherman of Chicago, speaking
at the closing aession of the m!d-blennal
oonncU ef the General Federation of
Women's Clubs here today, declaed that
"Just as long as women of the federation
DONT USE SOAP
ON YOUR HAIR
When yen Wash your hair, don't use
soap. Most eosps and prepared sham
poos contain too muuh alkali, whloh Is
very injurious, ss It dries the scslp
and makes the hair brittle.
Th best thing to use Is just plain
nuUslfled cocoanut oil. for it is pure
and entirely greassless. It's very
cheap, and heats soaps or anything
else all to pieces. You can get this st
any drug store, and a few ounces will
Isst the whole family for months.
Simply moisten the hair with water
end rub It In, about a teatpoonful is
all that Is required. It makes an
abundance of rich, creamy lather,
cleanses thoroughly, end rinses out
sasily. The hair dries quickly and
evenly, and Is soft, fresh looking,
bright, fluffy, wavy, end easy to han
dle. Besides, It loosens and takes out
every particle of d'ist. dirt and dan
Do it now with Sherwin-WlUlams Ce.'e
which nsvsr falls. It goes twice as
isx as some or in aaulterat4 brands.
-lb. PV., fM: t-lb. pkg. 1
-lb. pk. A
lbs. for 4Gc
I-n. nig., x-ir: a
Mb. pka., Jilc per
14-lb. buckets. Ste per
66-lb. buckets. SOc lb.
Mail Orders lolppad Promptly per
Shercaa & McCcnnell Onst- Co.
UM.UIA. Hdl'.W. .IIM,
OF THE SECOND GRADE.
wear feathers on their hats they will be
open to the charge of Inconsistency." t
Mrs. Mhermsn spoke on the work of the
"Think of the Inspiring effect on the
women of American If the 2,000,000 women
of the federation refused to wesr feath
ers," she said.
TAFT MAKES ADDRESS
AT BRYNMAWR COLLEGE
PHTLADBLPinA. June l-Former
Presldent William If. Taft was the ora
tor today at the commencement exercises
at Bryn Mawr college. The occasion was
of sports) interest to him, as his daugh
ter, Helen, was one of the graduates.
She received the degree of . bechnlor of
arts ' -The' former president in bis ora
tion spoke on International peaoe.
Sa miner Toarfst Rsenrslens.
Effective June 1, Nickel Plate road will
ssll reducsd rate- tickets to various east
ern points. Confer with local agent or
write John T. Calahan, A. O. F. A., 64 W.
Adams St., Chicago.
NEW SHOW TODAY
World's Greatest Castta Act,
rrrca . coorxx, - -. .
The Xasteal Babe,
- Xovslty Aollee Bkatere,
BsouavTOH i rtratvxB, -r ... ;
, - . "Just X.endedJ'
A Yeried Frog-ram of'Fboto. '..
"vrm yon wrr,n
A Drama of the Sooth.
10c f.rt.; I Do
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Daily Mate, 101 Svgw, loo and BOo.
Best Wesk SXOBOB OITW'B
atliilill iilll III U Biu11-"
S DAYS IN OMAHA S
ATA DIFFERENT LOCATION EACH OAT
OPENING MONDAY JUNE 7
AT aLsITU Altfl fi A sW'gf 1.1
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AT MTU AND 1U m IIIJUI7 C.
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TIIIT 1 raATMfH AND
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' Geveraor Mortnead tkt Gactt ! Hetor
First Annual Omaha Invitation
Out-Door Trade Meet
Batnxday, fane a, I T. BL
Belay Baces. Bardlee. role Tbalt, Blgk
Jans, Passes, Ste.
Ttokete. afte and Me. Bea Beats tlO.
100 BfH.Bg AW BOQB
SIX MOTORCYCLE RACES
A ITlDnm IK BB W AT
r w y
' im wou i j i. v
Washing-ton Awa.it Newt of Recep
tion Accorded Note Adriiin;
Leaden to Get Together.
utter VEirnon final resort
WASHINGTON. June 3. News of
how President Wilson's demand on
the leaders of the various military
factions In Mexico for prompt restor
ation of peace In the revolution-torn
southern republic Is being received
by them was awaited today with In
tense interest In official and diplo
The president's statement which
was sent to Generals Carranta, Villa,
& COMPANY -
CHILDREN'S SKIRTS -With
waist or Princess style,
of fine nainsook, lace and em
broidery trimmed; 6 months,
1, 2, 3, 4 years, prices 65,
75?, $1.00, $1.50 up.
CHILDREN'S SKIRT S
One lot, made with band; not
all sizes at each price; sizes 6
to 14 years; priced at 65,
75, $1, $1.50 and $2.
CHILD EN'S PRINCESS
SLIPS Lace and embroidery
trimmings, sizes 8 to 16 years,
priced 85, $1.00, $1.25,
Of crepe, cambric and nain
sook, plain or trimmed, sizes 2
to 14 years, 12V4S 15S
20S 25, 35, 50 up
wards. Children's Beetlon Third Vloee.
The Store for
Many new wash waists for
wear during the summer just
Omaha Gas Company
109 Howard Street
Zapata and others, publlrAy called
upon them to settle their differences
quickly and establish a government
which the United States can recog
nise. The president warned them
that failure to do so "within a very
short time" would constrain the
United States "to decide what means
should be employed" to save - the
Mexican people from further devas
tation of Internal warfare. Foreign
diplomats here expreas approval of
the president's course.
MRS. BOWERS STANDS
OFF MEXICAN BANDITS
NOGALES, Aria., June 1 One Ameri
can woman barricaded In a ranch iiouee
stood off five Mexican bandits yesterday
until help arrived, according to reports
which reached the border today.
Mrs. I. F. Bowers, wife of a rsncher
ct Noria, Sonora, in the absence of her
If You Expect to
Travel This Summer
Get Your Suit Now
The June Clearaway of Suits
offers many unusual bargains
$11.75, $14.75, $21.75
Remnants of Cotton Dress
Goods Friday, 10c a Yard
Most sales of this character happen only at the
end of the season, but not so this one; during these
lingering cool days we find our accumulation of rem
nant too extensive. 35c to $1.00 qualities, in a wide
variety of fabrics, Friday, 10 a yard.
Dress Goods geotlon Mala floor.
Latest Craze in New York
The New Tarns
, We are illustrating
ONE of the ten differ
ent styles we are now
in Newport and the
entire east is wearing
Colors: White, old
rose, green, tan.
o - sisv at- r r
SI SSI TK
Yiwi es m, sj ur
Millinery Section Second Floor.
The Sale of the Season
1,000 Four-in-Hand Ties
Wide and narrow end Scarfs, in plain and fancy silks;
also plain and fancy Knit Scarf,.
No Tie north leas than 3V
Many ae high as fl.oo.
Your choice Saturday
19c 6 for $1.00
Be On Hand Early.
Our representative will call at your home and dem
onstrate the "Iwantu" Iron. Phone our
huebend protected herself in her reins
until Villa scouts, attracted by the firing,
drove the bandits away. She wss re
ported today as still barricaded In t
house. Her husband was at Agua Zsncs.
twelve miles south of here, who- his
automobile broke down. Prevtone reports
were that he was with his wife.
Delbert Smith Gets
Release from Jail
KEARNEY, Neb,, June I. Special
Tetegrsm.) Delbert Smith. postofflcc
clerk. Implloated in the B5.000 robbery of
the Kearney poet office on Christmas
night, 113, together with Walter F. 8am
mons, was given his release from Buf
falo county Jail today after a six-months
term. The fine of $500, which was given
Smith, at his trial at Omaha, was remit
ted In his release, which came from
Pmlth will farm near Kearney, and op
erate Lake Kearney, a pleasure resorl.
In the future.
the Iron Today
Delivery will be
Four months to pay for
it. Charged on your