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BRYAN'S GOING HAS
EFFECT JN BERLIN
More Conciliatory Attitude Toward
; United States it Apparent Since
' : Secretary Resigned.
TTSTTRTTV AUTTnT.T". STtnWS IT
BERLIN, June 11. The1 reslgna
. tlon of William J. Bryan, as secretary
Of state road apparent the earnest-
Bern who wmcn me American aa
thlnlstratlon Is considering, the ques
tion of submarine warfare and guar
antees for the safety of Americans
hi this connection. The feeling which
had existed in certain quarters that
the negotiations could not pass be
yond the stage of exchanging notes
and expressing views began to fade
rapidly when it was seen the situa
tion waa serious enough to lead to the
retirement of the head of the cabinet.
What Will Antrim Df
The one question heard today in all
quarter, naval, military, diplomatic and
civil, was: What will the United States
do, and what la the significance ot Mr.
Bryan's resignation? That the reslfna-
tlon of ' the secretary ot state had not
t been without effect was shown by a
' conciliatory article captioned "America"
j a-lven most prominent display In double
! leaded type by the Lokal Anselger. This
' article, which appears In the position re
' served for communications of the utmost
importance, says: j
"President Wilson allowed his first ad-
vlser, who had -made known his pacifist
. theories, to depart In this critical hour.
Ms compromise between their attitude was
' possible therefore. Attempts to reach a
TiAAAAfn! solution, nevertheless should not
be abandoned. This is not the counsel
of faint heartedness, but of an earnest
will not to make worse our political rela
tions. Considerations of humanity may
naturally be taken Into consideration so
far as the military situation and the
policy sf the empire will permit.
Baste (or Parley.
"It easily may be believed that the
honorable and unprecedented negotia
tions between the parties concerned may
lead to an understanding. Neither party
should sacrifice anything; neither needs
to do so. It is necessary to watt and see
whether President Wilson's note leaves
the door open for advantageous negotla-
- 1l7 VaI I.i. m mmtm Arm na
such negotiations and that this beats
can be built uron with the good will
of the parties concerned. Our military
Interests and our Judicial standpoint to
which we must and shall adhere, do not
stand in the way of an honest Inter
ihiirn of views, which contains a Drom-
Ise of success-"
It Is not known definitely whether this
article waa Inspired, but there is good
reason to believe it largely represents
the attitude of at least some of those
persons responsible for the relations be
tween Germany and the United Btatea.
The outcome of the German-American
negotiation depends on the extent to
which the attitude Is shared in other
quarters of co-ordinate and higher scope,
Expected to Rise
From Its Ashes
(Correspondence of the Associated Press.)
MANCHESTER, England, June 6.
When the devastated cltiea and towns of
Belgium rise again, one of the first
tasks to be undertaken will be the re
construction of the library of the Unl
verstty of Louvain. ' A nucleus of the or
ganization and funds necessary for this
purpose baa Just been established here by
the John Ryland library, a wealthy
foundation established many years ago
by a millionaire Manchester cotton manu
The governors t the John Ryland
library have voted to present to the Uni
versity of Louvain a large gift of books
from ths surplus store in their library,
and it baa been suggested that similar
action by the director of other libraries
in various parts of the world would en
able th, university to start Its new career
with a a excellent stock of books.
The Col lection which the Ryland gov
ernors will present to the university will
t be selected from the large stock of dupll
eates In the possession of the library.
which have gradually accumulated
through tho purchase from time to time
of large and special collections which
almost Inevitably contain a certain pro
portion of works already on the Ryland
In Narrow Escape
Jess Carpenter., instructor at Bert I ma
cron's school of aviation- at the auto
speedway, narrowly escaped serious in
Jury Taesday afternoon In a mlsbap that
occurred while he was apedlng along
the greund. preparatory to making a
flight Ip. hi biplane. ",
He wag bussing along at a lively clip,
and ha!d turned Into the atralght-away
f the horse racing track, seeking to get
a smoother start Just, before rising, when
something caused the machine to swerve
Into the fence. . ,
Jea Waa forunate in that the fen:-e
waa rather low, so that when the bi
plane's ' front wheel strurk It, Carpenter
waa thrpwn neatly over the fence. Instead
of rlgh Into It He emerged from the
mix-up - with only , alight bruises and
cratches, but a wing of the plane waa
decidedly musaed up.
Bell is Removed
After, ringing oui c! urch tidings for
many years, the Ug dl that hung in
the brisk part of tho apire of the old
First Piesbytcrian church at Seventeenth
and Podge streets has been taken down
end will t stored away until the new
church i eompleted- at Thirty-fourth and
Parnam street- The belt weigh between
2.001) and t,lh0 aounda and Is one of the
best In .the city, it was given by Mrs.
O. F. Davis as a memorial to her. hus
band, who was one of the prominent early
members of the church. ... - ,
The flnial of point of the wooden part
f the church spire, which wa pulled
down several days ago, haa been prei
served by Mrs. V. W. Fitch of the
Women's Missionary society aa a me
mento. teal Tkat riU-Xtw.
When yoj catch cold or begin to cough
take Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey. It pen
etrates the throat and lung &c All
Plan to Foster
With United States
(Correspondence of the 'Associated Press 1
PETROGRAD, June , 1 The Russlan
Amerlcan association, organised here In
April to foster commercial and social re
lations between the two countries, has
attracted over 100 workers to Its ranks,
among whom are a number of prominent
Baron R. R. Rosen, former ambassador
as Washington, was elected president ot
the association, and A. N. Borodin his
assistant. The members ot the committee
are Russian . business men and social
workers, such as E. N. Barabot deMarny,
A. I. Halpern, F. A. Ivanow, N. ft. Kurn
akov, II. P. Protopopov and H. B.
Techalkowskl. At the first meeting the
former consul general In New York, Mr.
Ladijenskl. expressed the opinion that
this association undoubtedly would meet
with great favor In America. Even at
the time of the Russian-Japanese war,
notwithstanding the agitation aimed
against Russia, the American statesmen
showed an interest In Russia and were
ready to establish friendly relations, he
Prof. Mljuev expressed a desire to or
ganise an exchange of professors between
America and Russia. D. D. Protopopov
added the suggestion of organising ex
cursions to the United States. N. A.
Okunev and others pointed out the ne
cessity ot organising an association In
New York, similar to that of Petrograd.
Many of the members of the Petrograd
association are acquainted with welt
known American public workers, and
they were asked by the chairman to
lay the foundation for the organisation
of a like association in America. The
suggestion thst classes in BntflBh be)
formed In connection with this organisa
tion in Petrograd met with great favor.
The first rehearsal of the grand chil
dren's chorus for the Omaha Saengerfest
will take place Saturday morning, June
12. at 10 o'clock at the Auditorium. The
children's chorus will render a medley
of favorite American and German songs
arranged for chorus by Prof. T. R. Reese
director of the Saengerfest. The upper
classes of the public and private school
which have been practicing these songs
will take part in the work, which will
be one of the features of the great muslo
Next Sunday the oflcers of the Saenger-
bund ot the Northwest will arrive in
Omaha to consult with the Omaha Saen
gerfest association about the arrange
ments yet to be made for the event
These officers are: Theodore O. Bohrens.
Chicago, president: Peter Laux, Omaha
viee president; George H. C. Kleck.
MUwaukee, secretary; E. A. Kney, Madl
son, Wis., treasurer; John Wunder, Dav
enport. Ia.. librarian.
The male choruses of Omaha. Council
Bluffs and Lincoln will hold a joint re
hearsal next Sunday afternoon and. to
gether with the members of the Omaha
Saengerfest association, will meet tha of.
fleers of the Saengerbund. t
The secretary of the Omaha association
la receiving announcements - dally of
club who will take part in the feet,
showing that the attendance will be
larger than at first anticipated.
All of the soloists have been engaged
Among mem is a quartet of the great
artists of tho Metropolitan Opra com
pany or new xorK. and some of the
most prominent local singers.
Try to Force Clerk
To Accept Appeals
Though Fee Unpaid
An attempt to require tha clerk of
the district court by mandamus proceed-
ings to file appeal cases from police
court without payment in advance of
feee by defendants, has been started by
Attorney- Daniel Horrigan. - The - suit
is brought in the name of L. V. O'Brien,
convicted of vagrancy in police court.!
The clerk refused to file the appeal
cases free of charge' In accordance with
a written opinion . rendered by. Deputy
County Attorney Haffke after an la
vestlgatlon by County Auditor J. W.
Bamett. Acoorddlng ' to . Mr. Barnett
large sums of money which should have
oome Into the public treasury were lost
by the former practice of filing appeal
cases without cost. Owing to the fact
that worthless bonds are accepted by
tne pouce court in appeal cases, prao-
ticaliy all defendants formerly evaded
payment of filing fees In district court.
The mandamus suit will be heard by
District Judge Redick June 19.
Frank Judd Dies; ;'
Victim of Toot Ball
Frank Judd, U years . old, son of Erwtn
D. Judd, treasurer of the Monarch Manu
facturing company of Council Bluffs, died
last evening at his home, M0 Avsnue A,
from Injuries received last fall In a high
school foot ball game at Beatrice, Neb,
The boy was a member of the senior
class in the Council Bluffs .High school
and would have graduated this year. He
waa one of the athletes of his class and
the star player of the foot ball squad. I (a
weighed 170 pounds and waa a model of
physical perfection. - -
GAGE GRAND JURY ASKED
TO PROBE TAX DODGING
BEATRICE. Neb., June U,-(8peaal
Telegram) A petition wa presented to
County Assessor Hnlow asking Judge
Pembertoa to call a special grand Jury
for the purpose of investigating what la
commonly called tax-dodging in Gag
county. Tha petition Is largely signed.
The return mad by precinct assessors
are not at all satisfactory according to
th coonty assessor, particularly In tit
matter of diamonds, bank deposits and
shares In building and loan associations.
No action wll be taken In the petition
until after the meeting of the board ef
equalisation on June 15.
AGED MAN FATALLY HURT
WHEN STRUCK BY AUTO
A man T years of age, supposed from
papers on his person to b H. A. Weeman,
ISIS Oak street, waa struck by an auto
mobile last night st Sixteenth and Jack
son streets and fatally hurt. Police sur
geons say he cannot recover. A taxi
driver, known as "Red" Tagu la said to
have driven th car that atrxK-k the man.
Rabbi Stephen Wise Tell Graduat
ing' Class the Meaning of Token
Received from School.
OWE SERVICE TO THE NATION
"A diploma amounts to nothing
practically unless the holder ran do
something that will prove a benefit
lo the rest of the people," declared
Rabbi Stephen 8. Wise, yesterday
afternoon speaking before the gradu
ating class of the University of
Mis subject was: "The Service of the
College Man to the Nation." Redlck
hall was filled for the occasion, lr. 1).
E. Jenkins of the university presiding.
Meaning ef Krtneatloa.
The Breaker decried the student going
through college Just for the formality
of securing a degree.
"No person should go through the uni
versity," he said, "without the university
going through him. The college graduate
should he the sponsor for the Idealism of
the nation. Man should help man to
stand for himself to think for himself
and become more individual. At the
present there Is too much community
with very little individual thinking.
Speaking of Idle rich who go spin
ning through their four years' of college
life with no mission, he said, "such
men can never be of benefit to mankind.
They destroy what the earnest young
man tries to build up-character. The
class of people does not fit In with the
brotherhood of man." He urged the
student to learn democracy and practice
it in every way possible.
Hugh A. Myers of the Foard of Trus
tees conferred the degrees on the gradu
ates and A. W. Carpenter also of the
board, conferred the state teachers' certl-
There's full measure of quality in
Supreme Food Products. There's
care and constant watchfulness.
.There's order and cleanliness (
and quality of purpoue in every
motion in the great Morris kitch
ens. No detail is small enough
to neglect. That's the spirit that's
instilled into every Jack and
every Jill who has a part in pre
w .. . .. - .. ...... .
You can place reliance in any
Supreme packageit comes to'
you tried, tested and proved right.
Look for the Supreme trade
mark. Find the Supreme dealer.'
He's a good merchant to know.'
Ask for Supreme Ham, Supreme
Boiled Ham, Supreme Bacon
and Supreme Lard. Get to know
Supreme Butter and Supreme
EggSt Supreme Canned Meats
and Supreme Chipped Beef'
every Supreme product is de .
"to. Say Supremt"
' i . -
Moms & Company
Get the Weil-Known
! . Round Package
VOld $MBitltutM I
X7"raro a Paohatjo Homo
Sees Rrlaht Fa (are.
Mr. Carpenter npoke briefly of the his
tory Of the school. He told ot the many
struggles and hardiehlpa that had been
overcome and brought his talk to a close
by stating that the shool waa at the
present time' on a firm substantial basis
and that he looked forward In the near
future to seeing the school and campus
The following were candidates for de
grees: Zalda Packard, fUwards, B. A.,
Omaha: Peter - Victor Jorgrnstn. It. A.
Omaha; Sylvia Orloff. U. A., Benson;
Paul Selhy, B. P.. Odeholt la.; Dorothy
Scott, B. A.. Omaha, and Raymond Rutt,
R. A., Omaha. Of these Mis Pylvla
Orloff and Miss Dorothy rWtt also re
ceived state teachers' certificates.
Following the singing of the national
anthem. Rev. U Oroh of St. Mark's
Lutheran church gave the benediction.
Million Teutons on
The Way to Lemberg
1A)NIX)N. June 1L The Hvening News
has received a dispatch from Its corre
spondent at Petrograd which reads:
"The recovery by the Germans of some
ot their lost ground In the Baltic
provinces proves how numerous are Its
pore troops, even today. It la estimated
thst L000,0"0 men are operating toward
Lemberg and 1,900,004 toward the Dniester
river, all plentifully supplied with am
munition. In the Shavll district where
the Russians are alvanrlng the Germans
have raised their forces to four and one
half army corps, establishing superiority
IOWA GOLFER DEFEATS
SCRUGGS OF MEMPHIS
MEMPHIS, Tenn.. June lt.-ln the
championship consolation flight R. O.
Harrlman, Des Moines. Is., defeated J.
M. Scruggs, Memphis, 4-1; W. D. MsUory.
Memphis, defeated B. R. Brooks. Okla
homa City, l up In thirty-seven holes;
8. J. White won from S. P. Carr of Dcs
Moines, by default, and J. D. Cady of
Made In tho targeftt, best
equipped and sanitary Malted
t.VAk plant in tho world
We do notmako"milkproducta
Skim Milk. Condensed Milk, etc'
THE OraCIflAL MALTED K1UC
Mada from clean full-cream milk
and the extract of select malted tfrain,
reduced to powder form, soluble la
water. Beit Food-Drink for All Afea.
i Usad far over m Quarter Centary .
Unlo you mmy "HOMJOX'S"
you my get m Suttmtltutmm
STILWELL RUNS AWAY
FROM WILLIAM J. F0YE
OHICAOO. 111., June II. (Special Tole
gram.V Addison Ptillwell of the Chicago
Oolf club, one of the younger members
of tho Lumbermen's Oolf association, won
tha annual championship today by defeat
In William J. roye of the Omaha Coun
try club, I and . In trie final thlity-sljc-hole
match at the Midlothian Country
The morning round, played over a wet
course, was close. Stlllwell being two up
st the luncheon tntcrvat. Poye was out
driven most of the time, but played a
clever short game. In the afternoon
tlllwell quickly Increased his lead and
by the end of the out round had the
match well In hand.
Sell Tliem at
Every suit in tho entire purchase is right, strictly hand tail
ored, silk sewn, STYLES RIGHT, COLORS RIGHT, QUAUTY
RIGHT. Men and young men of greater Omaha have never had
a better opportunity for profitable buying. ,
The Largest Selection of Hot Weather Clothes You'll
Mohair Hull- at $8.50. 812.50 815.00 Bilk Suite at
Do not deride on your Hummer Suit
Hart, Schaffner & Marx $5.95, $6.95
and $7.50 Extra Trousers, $4.25
Our pant department will be a busy place Sat
urday. Men know when values are offered such as
these that they are quickly snapped up. There.are
stouts, extra stouts, longs and shorts a big assortment of . pat
terns and sizes; 29 waist to 52 waists; all lengths.
$5.95, $6.95 and $7.50 H. S. &M. Trousers, $4.25; Alterations Free.
AT THE FOUR REXALL DRUG STORES
Some New Toilet Gooda
60c Potnplan Massage Cream 20o
BOc Carmen Face Powder (4
shades) (or ' 20c
'36c HouMgant's Rice Powder lie
$1.00 Usterlne, : Lambert's. . .BOc
EOcAuby Waters' Toilet Cream 20o
60c Malvlna Cream for 20c
2 6e ' Menoen's . Talcum (4 kinds)
each. .A 12
16c Rogers and Gallet Perfumed
Rice Powder Tor 17o
EOc'Bocleta Hygenlque Soap (Bans
Odeur.. big cakes In purple wrap
par) for ......20c
26o 4711 White Rose Soap... 12c
l(o Woodbury's Facial Soap.. 17c
16c yellow box. Genuine Prophy
lactic Tooth Brush for lOo
You "save time and money" by
coming to tha Kexall Stores for
Victor's Tonic Lotion Th
best remedy for Tan, Black,
heads. Plmplea, Barbers' Itch
and all skin affections. .50
Cigars for Saturday
10o La Marca, Saturday Be
lOo Cubanolds, 4 for 25c
Box ot 60 Manila Media Regalias
(or SI. 85
Box of ten 16c quality foil wrap
ped Manila cigar. General Hares
slie. for MSc
(These Prices Saturday Only)
26o Santl-Flush for TBo
Fairy or Ivory Soap, S for... 10c
10c Concentrated Lye or Potash 5c
Anti-Germ Disinfectant, 1 t. 40c
per gallon 75c
26o Barkeeper's Friend for...lo
2 So Liquid Veneer for le
Corner 16th and Dodge Streets LOYAL DRUG CO.. 2C7-2C3 N. ICth
OWL DRUG CO., 16th and Harney HARVARD, 24th and F&rnam
Water Base Ball on
Cards for Saturday
The water bas baTt game between the
Omaha Aquatic club and Council Bluffs
will be staged at t o'clock both Satur
day and Sunday afternoons at the Coun
cil Bluffs Rawing association. No mat
ter that the wnter thus far has been
hardly tepid enough to tempt th average
swimmer, these hardened natators prom
ise to take a chance. Mayor Dahlmxn
will pitch the first ball, at least he ha
promised to. It should he some battle
and base ball players, counting on a
good laugh and an exciting time, are
plnnnlng to attend In numbers.
lor Killed by KiplMlvn,
WATERLOO, la.. June l0-(flpecial
Telegram.) Robert Bloom, aged 7, met a
THAT'S THE ORDER
On a Big Special Purchase of
$20.00 Hand Tailored Suit
Find in Omaha
Suits, $5.95, $7.50 and $8.50
(None but the Genuine.)
till you hve aeen the right styles
CAN SAVE TIME
at Cut Prices
1 6c Allcock's Porous Plasters 12o
11.00 Bliss NatiT Herb Tablets
26c Carters Liver Pills for...l2e
J 5c Castorla, GENUINE ....Sic
26o Cutlcura Soap 17c
60c Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin.. B1X
60c Canthrox tor 290
Colgate's Talcum (4 odors).. 15c
Horllcks Malted Milk at 89c, flt
Vx lb. 14?
v2ib. ...... 10
lib. ....... '29
This is the strict
ly pure article.
Wonderful Offer Had to tie Sick
Staaaf From rtnt Sh
COMB TO UIXK STOKl TVE
POSIT tic. gvt a a-6r tra6
niant of r. BurfchaiYs
TXBLX OOMJHjUMa IX u falls
to rJlT KXWi ry, Lir-mr, BUnuack
Trouble or th. following- symp
toms, sunh sa pain In ths aid,
tack, und.r ahould.r blal, smolh
rins susa.tlon, palpitation of
haart, tli-ad, dro way fnaVlna, waak
cms, nervousness, sour sick stom
ach, dlulnua, run-down systam
or oontlpation. Just bring- back
th. amply boa and w. will rafunl
your moip.y, I aft on deposit. If you
are not satisfied ....lo, . So
89C and $1-34
$1.50 and $2
tragic death this afternoon when a gun
which he and Carlle Poyner, aged L.
were examining exploded.
FREMONT SECOND MAN
AT SIOUX CITY SHOOT
SIOT'X CITY. June 11. W. IT. Tolen of
Port Dodge. I., carried off first honors
In the twenty-fifth annual tournament ef
the Soo Oun club, which closed late to
day. He Inst but eighteen birds nut of
t0 shot at. This Is a record score for
local tourney a
Al Koyen of FTemont. Neb., ws second
with tot, H. O. Tsylor of Vermillion, ft
I)., won tho Davidson brothers' trophy
cup. the feature event today. He elim
inated a field of sixty, with a break of
forty-four straight birds.
Apartments, flats, houses and cottage"
can be rented quickly and cheaply by a
Be "For Rent" Ad.
815jOO P 825.00
Mid fabrics at Right Prices II ore.
Epsom Salts, lb. . ....5e
Borto Acid, lb. . . 34o
Witch Haiel. pint 15c
Wood Alcohol, pint l.Jc
Cream Tarter, lb. ..50c
Cream Tarter Sulphur Tablets.' 2
boxes for U5C
Aspirin Tablets, 2 doien for. .25c
Htnkle Tablets, 100 for.' .1 . . .lBc
Quinine Capsules, 8 dozen. -.25c
Aromatlo Caster OH 25o
Sassafras Bark 5a, 10c
100 Blauds Tonlo Tablets. . . ,20c
4-lb. can Chloride Lime 8c
1-lb. pkg. Mule Team Borax, 6c
Hire's Root Beer, the 25c slae,
making five gallons, for 15c,
Our Soda Fountains
With iAWcheonettea la connection
are the handaomeat, moat sanitary
in Omaha. COMB LUNCU WITH
US. A little different and better
than elsewhere .
DOWN" STAIRS at 18th and
Dodge and 16th and Harneyi also
st the "Ilarr.-vd" and "Loyal."
We Supply Camera Needs
Owr assortment la larva and oonv
plvta. Wa develo rum YJaXm.
H pec 11 IliO Plii. Camera, toa.a
picture else t&iStt, for 1 8
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