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THK -HEK: OMAHA, THURSDAY, JUNE 24, 1015.
"FLEE YAQUI YALLEY
Mexican Commander at Ouaymai
Says Landing of Marines Would
cojmmoKS aex desperate
WASHINGTON, Jus 2S. Reas
suring advices concerning the lit na
tion In Yaqul valley, Mexico, where
Indiana bare been threatening Amer
ican wt tiers, came to the Nary de
partment tonight from Admiral How
ard at Guaymas. The admiral's me
"Have called upon General Leyve.
lie states that 200, troops have been
rent to the assistance of construction
train and tbat he now has telephone
communication with the valley and
all Is quiet."
WABHINOTON. June 28. Ad
jtnlral Howard sent by wireless to the
Navy department late today a state
ment presented to him by the Mexl
ran military commandant at Quay
irias, suggesting that Americans
lette the Yaqul valley, but promising
to protect them if they remained or
10 escort them If they departed.. The
commandant said a landing of Amer
lean marines would be likely to
"cause Americans trouble all along
The following official statement waa
made public at the Nary department:
"Admiral Howard haa forwardd to the
Navy department the following statement
presented him by Oeneral Leyva, military
tommandant. Ouaymaa, Meslre, on board
tha Colorado yeaterday.
Lealral to Deaari.
' Whereas. Americans, who had been
Invited to exploit Taquf vally, there
then exlated no revolution and adequate
garrteona were eaubllahed along Yaqul
valley and Indiana wore held In aub-
Jeetlon, but now. taking all phaaes Into
consideration, which require unueual d
manda upon tha mtlltary. It would appear
logical for the few Americana who have
remained rn Taqul valley to depart and
not plac their Uvea In Jopardy,' rather
than plunge two friendly nation Into
" 'However, every guarantee will be
given In an endeavor to afford Ameri
cana In question ample protection and If
emenrenctes ahould require them to de
part an adeo.ua.ta aecort will be be fur
nished t-em. Fifteen hundred Uexlcan
troopa are now available for thla pro
tection and Oeneral So a la) now In tha
valley to command and hie officer would
.understand that landing be made under
. only tha moat urgent necessity and only
for tha protection of American Uvea, yet
1 ha maame might mMnterpret tha action
and tbua cause trouble to Americans all
along the eoaaL".
Denial r Beth IUm. j
Denials of friction In tha Carranaa,
ranks aad of 4 laeeosfon) among the 'Ms,
leaders were repeated Hodajr y the.reJ
pectlve agenclea of the Mexican factions.
United Btetee officials had no reporta
from their own representatives, but the
belief till prevailed that the trouble be
tween General Obroa and- Carranaa
had not been heated and that tha de
parture of Oeneral Fellpo Angeles from
the casnp of Oeneral Villa, at thla time
w.i an Important military. If .not politi
cal, loea. - ,i
Oeneral Angetee did not pass through
here enroute to Boston, Information la
meager as to I) la pleas, though rumors
are current that be really Is In the United
HUte to dlaouae with Bromlnenr Mexl
i iM plans for the Inaurnratlon of a now
movement that would have aa IU auelsua
the VUla-ZApata troop .
' Sars Aide's Adv-tee,
Aooordlng te official Information, ' Car
ran v refused to take the advice of
Oeneral ObregOM and accepted the resig
nations of some of the cabinet ministers
whoa retention was Instated upon by
Oto-wgan. Other edvloes aay that Oeneral'
Qoaaale. the Carranaa commander
marching on Mexico City, who was or
defwd to halt until Carranaa reorganised
hie cabinet haa gono ahead and la now
reported te be wlUiln a few mile of
Communteatlone behind htm to Vera
Crua are out. Thla development ta re
garded aa ominous In official quarters.
The Carranaa authorities at Vera Cms
ciaim the Unas were cut by Zapatistas.
out other Information by tha United
State, government says that Oeneral
iiODaaJe ent hie own communications
Mopreaapcauowa were made by tha
Irrtted Mtatee t the authorities In Mex
ico City and Vara, Cms insisting that the
Uvea and interests of foreigners must he
pmeeted In connection with aay trans.
rer or authority In the capital.
ar Reds an naaapas;.
NOOALE8. Arts, June U. Mayo In
uue. woo nave followed the example of
tha Yaquia in Ponora. Mexico, sacked
Co, Mo hla. Slnoia. yesterday, according
to J.. P. Taylor, manager of a sugar
company owning lead In that section, who
telegraphed to the secretary of state at
Washington today asking for protection.
Governor Joes V. Maytorena, Villa com
mander, reinforced the censorship today
in tt ttittro territory dominated by him.
Cixuoti r placed in the telegraph of-
fl'-e. Newspaper men were denied ad
mission to the governor's offices.
F0RD First picture to
reach this country of the
hero of the British avia
tion corps, who fell to his
death, with Ilenry Beach
Necdham, an American
magazine writer and cor
LANSING IS NAMED
TO BE CHIEF OF THE
(Continued from Faae One.)
slightly ' less than the towns In the
south sod of the valley. The earthquake
extended all the way to Yuma, Aria. The
duration of the first shock was about
thirty seconds. This was followed half
an hour later by a second shock, almost
as severe as tho first.
Plate glass windows, flimsy brick walls
and hollow tile structures were more or
less damaged. No one In Imperial valley
was killed. The five reported to have
lost their lives In Mexican were killed
when a wail fell.
Fifty dtiputies took sUUou fJ;t the
buslnees district here and petroled th
town. The fire truck petroled the streets
ready to extinguish any fires that might
spring up. Telegraph and telephone com
pany services were Immediately stopped.
Shorn Recorded at Cleveland.
CLKVEU.AND, O., June 23. The Cali
fornia earthquake was recorded by the
seismograph at ft. Ignatius observatory
hare last night There were two dis
turbances shown, tli first coming at 11. U
m. and tho second at 12:00 a. m.
munlcatlon with Mr. Ianelng on manT
Intricate points of international law. upon
which Mr. Lansing was always able to
srivlse his chief without any hesitation.
Kecently the president Invited him to
sit at the cabinet table while the notes
to Germany on the lAisltanla were being
tllFcuseed and put Into final form. Pee
retary Pryen was also present at these
ir.eetlngs, and so fsr ss Is known Mr.
Lansing's presence was a precedent.
Plnce Mr. Bryan's resignation the f resi
dent hss frequently expressed his ad-
m'ratlnn for Mr. Ianlng. and pract'eally
announced his intention to ask him to
trke the portfolio.. Mr. Ianslng has ap
peared very Utile In politics, and at one
time there seemed some doubt among the
president's advisers If It would not be
advisable to select a man who was more
prominent and had probably performed
gi eater service for his party.
From the first, however, practically all
members of the cabinet have fvored
Mr. Ianslng's selection, and It wo an-
derotood that the president took the view
that the capacity of the man was mora
to he considered at thla Juncture of In
ternational affairs than any other con
Mr. Lansing was appointed secretary
ad interim on Mr. Ilryan's retirement.
I'nder the law such an appointment Is
permissible for thirty dsys. Mr. Lan
sing's ad Interim designation would have
expired early next month. Ills regular
er-polntment, however, becomes effective
at once. When congress meets his nomi
nation will have to be submitted to the
senate for confirmation In the regular
IN WEEK'S BATTLE
(Continued from Faga One.)
No Need of Defender
In the State of Iowa
FORT DOOOK, la., June 23. (Special
Telegram.) Forty-five member of the
Mtate Association of County Attorneys
met here today In annual aesslon. George
Cossen, attorney general, elated to apeak
today, did not arrive but will be hero
Thursday. C. B. Hughes, West Union,
president of tho association. In a paper
told some of the troubles of the prose
cutors, declaring that In their anxiety
to safeguard the Interests of the accused,
state's attorneys often were Imposed on.
O. P. Lyndvtlle, Cedar Rapid declared
state taws at present so safeguarded the
Interest of accused persons that no neceo-
Ity exits for creation of the office of
cartridges was seised and burned by our
cavalry Saturday In the enemy's rear on
the road between Telechl and Luknisskl
In the Hhavll region. Our troops put the
powerful convoy of the transport te the
sword and annihilated several commands
of enemy cheseeurs and mounted patrols.
"In a desperate battle on the river
Rlngova Monday our Infantry mde
"West of the Niemen on the .Narew
front and to the left of the Vistula there
has been a lull.
"In the Taneff region our Infantry
crossed the river Sunday night near
Ossouka and bayoneted a battalion of
the Eighty-second Austrian regiment.
"Monday night we repulsed desperat
attacks by the enemy north of the line
of Olessaaow-Rawa Ruska and took S00
"In the direction of Lvoff there had
been some firing.
"On the Dniester we achieved an im
portant success below NlJIff. The Aue
trlans sent across tho Dniester strong
contingents, with which we Imd been
fighting desperately since the Uth on the
front of Ostry-Koropets-Kosmierltne,
flnowdlow-Vosilouff-L'nlche. At dawn
thla struggle ended in our complete suc
ceed Our Infantry stormed several forti
fied farms nesr Snowdlow. where the
enemy resisted desperately. Here we
took more than 3,500 prisoners and many
machine guns. Tha enemy, In full flight,
fell beck across the Dniester. Our Co
sacka, pressing the enemy's heels, crossed
four enemy bridges and continued the
pursuit of the right bank. Near Koro
pets and Kosmlerjine the enemy also Is
"Nesr Jojava and Zale Wicsyky the
enemy la holding his ground behind
barbed wires near the Dniester.
"Monday night, after a desperate battle,
we stormed the villages of Balamou
tovsky, Rawents and Oromeshats, taking
1.009 prisoners. Including tha commander
of tha Forty-second Honved brigade and
numerous machine gune."
JiEMBERG FALLS; .
(Continued - from Page One.)
. IMPERIAL YALLEY
; SHAKEN BY QUAKE
(Continued from Pa One.)
. . . : 1
sung principally of saloons, gam
bllng balls and other resorta not
permitted on the America aide, tbat
lie acrotg the street from Calexlco.
Three Baoeka Felt.
The roar of It- tromblor below the
border was tha first warning the people
of tha valley bad. That was about
o'clock. The first shock waa the moat
sever. Two others followed.
Ueetrte lights went out all ever the
- valley after tba first shock and tU
stricken towns were In darkness eaoapt
fpr the light afforded by biasing build
lags. The greatest confusion reigned
everywhere- Rowheis and city resi
dents. bo had homes at dinner last
night, wuka up today la open fields, be
nds rodeys or Irrigation ditches.
As far as tasi be learned, the shocks
were severest down at the borcer and
low the border, and less the farther
norti it caine,' so tout C'altpatria
aud 7.iUnd si'per to have tea injured
was received today with great Jubilation
In Berlin. .
Throngs crowded tha ' public . eauaree
and the parka, flag war displayed.
bands played patriotic airs, extra editions
of the newspaper were shouted on tha
streets and tha church bells were rung.
Everybody felt that another great atep
toward final victory had been gained.
A special correspondent of the Cologne
Oesotle telegraphed that the Rursians
before the general retreat began hurriedly
sent back all the artillery they could
move. This waa done Instead of en
deavoring to co.vor the retreat of the ar
tillery and saving all of It Part if the
cannon were useless on account of poor
ammunition. Continuing, tha correspond
ent says: v
"It waa after the artillery had been
ent to th rear that the panlo stricken
troops began their flight Wagons and
suppll trains blocked the roads, Maa
detached the horse from these vehicles
and rode away on them, heedless of the
crowd of soldiers ef all arms crowding
back to the rear. Generals and colonels
were halpteasly carried away. Unite war
disbanded and the army became a mere
n on. It was readily to be seen that
catastrophe waa unavoidable."
Slity Tkeasaad Raastaas Take.
A report glvn out today aald that since
June II SO, wo Russian soldiers and ninety
nusslsa guna hav been raptured.
Th official report follows:
"Southeastern theater ef war:
"Lemberg waa taken by storm yester
day afternoon by Auatrlan troone. The
positions between the Dnetater at Miko-
latow and Lemberg were also taken.
"Further north the line oast of Lem-
berg-Eoltan-Oenturlnks, northeast of
Solklew. was reached during th pursuit
at Raw Ruska and to th east thereof.
i ne situation remains Unchanged In
th Han and Vistula districts and to the
left of the upper Vistula the Russians ar
beginning to retreat."
Mud Hole is Gold
Mine for Farmer
MA HON CITT. Ia., June a (BpeclaL)
'It's an III wind' that blows nobody
good." Four miles northeast of this cltyi
in ine vicinuy or freeman, on a main
traveled road, la a bad spot In the road.
which does not look so bad until you are
In It and find that you are unable to
get out. It Is stated that a farmer who
lives In oloe proximity haa thus far this
season mad KM In pulling automobiles
stuck In th mud out of tills hoi. OC
course. Mr. Smith doe not ear to fix It,
for k lit remunerative mudhole for hire.
It Is said that the road supervisor of
Lime Creek township haa been called t
this spot, but that he hasn't fixed It and
as a last reort th oounty supervisors
hav bea asked to take a trip ever the
road to aa what they think about it
Meanwhile Farmer Smith te keeping his
eye oa th supervisors, expecting to get
th usual IS for pulling them out of the
MADISON, Neb., Jun 23.-Spectal.r
Miss Lela A. Taylor, only daughter l
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Taylor of thla city,
and Mr. Preston 8. Palmer of Harlan,
la., were married at t o'clock this morn
ing at the horn of the bride' parents.
Rev.. J. M. Bothwell of Columbus ' offi
ciated. The bride was attired In white
rape da chine over white eatln, trimmed
with old laca and pearls. Th groom worn
th conventional block.- A. four -course
wedding breakfast waa served to- fifty
guests, consisting wholly of relative and
friends of th bride and groom. Mr. and
Mrs. Palmer 'left at noon for eastern
(mints and will be at home to their
friend at Harlan, la., after August 1.
FULLKRTON, Neb.. Jun H. (Special.)
r-The marriage of. Miss Wllmoth Opal
Pancoaat to Clarence Frank Baket waa
solemnised on Tuesday morning at I
o'clock at the home of the bride's par
ents, west of town. Rev. W. H. Cooper
of tha Presbyterian church officiating.
The bride Is the eldest daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Pancoaat and haa) only
recently graduated from the . Fullerton
High school. The groom for eight years
haa been proprietor and manager of the
Pawnee Cigar factory of this place, and
Is the only son of Mr. and Mrs. C. F.
Bake. After a short wedding trip, the
young couple will be at horn In Fuller-
MADISON, Neb... June J3.-iSpoial.)
Fred Long and Misa Ruth Trine, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Trine, were
married this morning at o'clock st th 1
home of the bride's parent northeast of )
Madison. Rev. Mr. Harper officiated.
Th bride la one of Btantoa county's
popular teachers. The ceremony waa ;
lerformed In the presence of a few rela
tives and Intimate friend. Mr. end Mrs. '
Long left at, noon for points in Colorado :
and will be at home to their friends en
Mr. Long's farm after August 1. .
Arthur Khlert of Woodbine. I a., and
Miss Mabel Beebee of Beebeetown, la.,
wer married at the Diets Memorial
Methodist parsonage. Tenth and Pierce
streets. Wednesday at p. m.. Rev. c.
N. Dawson officiating. Their home will
be in Woodbine, Ia. '
Oluf Hansen and Miss Signs Quist-
gaard, both of Omaha, were married
Wednesday afternoon at l:U at th Diets
Memorial Methodist Episcopal parsonage.
low Plerc street. Rev. C. N. Dawson
officiating. Their home will be In Omaha.
K0VAR IS APPOINTED
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
WABHINOTON. D. C, Jun 23. (Spe
cial Telegram.) President Wilson today
made tha following appointments of post
master Nebraska, F. J. Kovar at
Hchuyler; Iowa, Oeorg W. Hughes at
Cedar Fall. F. C. Palmer at Cedar Lake,
W. F. Oareison at 8wacity, W. C. Cur
rie at Centervllle; South Dakota, Robert
B. Llpea at Morrlstown.
Mystery In Man'a Deatk.
MAHON CITY, I a., June .- Special
Telegram) Will Prlbben was found dead
In Shell Rock river, noar Nora Springs.
II had 130 on his person. Mystery sur
rounds his death.
A "For Bale" ad, will turn second-hand
furniture into cash.
You talce every pre
caution iu accumulating
Why nol exercise thd
game care and judg
ment in the selection of
an Executor who will
have charge of your
: A wise appointment
is the Peters. Trust
Company to act in this
capacity one that is
ever faithful to it1
trust. i : '
( lo22 FARNAM aTWCET)
Bee Want Ada Produr Results.
Boy Uragaed t Deatk by lew.
HUDSON. Wyo., Jun .-8pclaI.)
Boy-Ilk, tying th end of a rop with
which he was leading a cow, about his
waist. Ralph Delenc, aged 10 years, waa
dragged to death whan th animal brok
Into a run, Witnesses of the tragedy
stopped the oow after she had run sev
eral hundred yards, but tha boy waa
dead, his neck having keen broken.
lleparl aaeat Orders.
WAtlHlNOTON. June M.-iKpscial Tal
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pointed poauiiasier st Kaale, Can
county. No., vi-e O. W. Petersun: Mane
kl. tUraeiw I. Btoulr Shore, t.'odlngum
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This whlaaey la
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