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TIIK IJEK: OMAHA, TUESDAY, AUGUST 3, 1915.
Commission Sayi Kaiser's Troops
. Shoot Wounded and Beat Ml
oner to Death.
LAWS OF WAR ARE VIOLATED
PAniS, Aug. 2 The commission
presided irr by Qeorg 8. Payelle.
president of th French court of ac
count, has presented to Premelr VI
vlani.th final report of Ha Investiga
tion Into acta on the part of German
soldiers In violation of tho rights of
This report Contains 12,000 words
and gives In detail the evidence gath
ered concerning the use by German
troops of military and civilian prison
ers as shields against the fire ot
French troops, aa well as ot the em
ployment by tha troops of Emperor
William . ot cartridges In which the
bullets were reversed, In order to
cause more serioua wounds; split bul
lets and other bullets cut to make
them more rending.
orr t kim waa.
Continuing, the import cltM order given
by Gnral Stanger, commander of the
Flfty-eltrhth German brUoul', 11recUng
hla soldiers to kill tha wounded anemy
and to take no mora prisoners. Evidence
confirming tha bluing and the clrruls
tioa of this ordar wait obtained from
Grmaa prisoners belnnslng to the tilth
and MM regiments. The report contains
evidence of a maaaacre of French sol
diers aa a mult of thin order, aa well
aa tha massacre ot woundad men after
the battle of Feth In Belgium. It report
the allegations of many aolrtiora who de
clare the? aaw their wounded comrades
put to death.
rrimm Beat to Death. '
The report devotes oonaiderabl apaoa
to allegations of tha Inhumanity of the
Oermana to their prisoners of war, which
H aays la proved by the evMance.of the
victims. Many prtaoners of war have
bean shot, while tha skull of others were
crashed by blows from tha butt of a mus
ket. At St. Die thirty French prisoners
were aaaaaslnated In this manner by
(Pa van n troop. The truth of thla Is
vouched for by five men who actually
witnessed, the executions.'
The report concludes with three col
umns of evldonce to prove the bombard
ing of ambulances by the Qerman; the
firing upon stretcher bearers, and the
taking prisoners of surgeons. In some
raws it Is set forth Frewh surgeon
were arrested by German surgeons and
by them sent to the rear to be Interned.
- Several eaaee are cltad in which Oer
roan wounded, suoeored by Frenchmen,
an aliened to have taken the opportunity
to kill those going to their relief.
SHIPPERS OF STOCK
. , ANDOFFIGERS MEET
(Continued from Page One.)
not only right but necessary thai w
should arrive at some, uniformity of
rules and regulations governing the
.growing, importation and exportation of
live stock of the country between states
and in states. At present we have an
absolute . uniformity of health certlfl
ate among the states Involved and
there Is no reason why we ahouid not
.have the same uniform aystem existing
among stock growers and breeders ot
different States regarding the tubercular
and cholera scare."
Stating his position aa a representative
of the state of Kansas simply, he said:
I can soe no valid reason why the live
itcck sanitary commission of one state
can place an embargo on the stock of
mother state without anj( cause what
ever." To substantiate this statement
the cited a specific instance occurring
during the foot end mouth disease sea
son, when a fine lot of cattle rsUsed In
a certain county in Kansas, not within
1 miles ot foot and mouth Infection,
waa sold tu a buyer In the stale of
jTrxaa, but refused admittance In that
dtate because of an embargo made
gainst oattle In Kansas by the sanitary
board of the state of Texas.
Some Keealess Regalatlena,
"We ere willing to co-operate with the
iiiarr vtwros vi oinsr aiaiea in any i
matter that will eliminate such heedless
ar.d unnecesaary regulation a. that." the
.JCanaaa tuan said. -I personally called
two meeting. In Kansas City on. In
May and one In June, at a-hich I Invited
representative, of the eleven stock grow-
Ing state, of the country At first, only a
1st m BtatM rr . - Kill - ft '
: . . , , " "
imivi r i. Bimioa mq man on ine joo,
'Tho UuUuO was discussed1 In the same
informal manner as we are now dlacuaa
'ing It. but we arrived at no definite plan
states would be represented so that of
ficial action could be taken, which could
later be followed by the sanitary board
,cf the other eeven states."
Dr. J. J. Qlbeon, president of the
.rutted Males Live Stock association and
alos head of the Iowa Htate 'Banltary
!uard. In speaking of the Interstate ship
ping rules, argued for the protection of
tho live atock of t,he various state, ad
vocating a strict government regulation
of tubercular and cholera serum. Citing
vrrt examples of shirking on the part
of stock growers and farmers, ha de
manded, with some heat:
Meet Cholera Inn gaaarvlr.
Vi hy aren't our cluzena and veternar-
Uj, '.,! hn-. .,,1. ...
t hg choiara equally? Why do atock -
men ant farmers hastta their hogs and)
w nuLraei as soon as the first
tubercular or cholera signs become visible.
pUciiitC at haxard the atock of other
farmers who help haul their atock to
niarkete as well Jeopardising the entire
stork trade ef the country? I rjenton
the rtht of any man to shlu a con-
oUiiiutbt of boss that hav the lCth4 deadlock Letwcea W.UJO workara on
vi.liaUon of diabase Infection.
Te Camtrwl gsrwsa.
'What we have got do. firm above all
to to control the sources of tubercular
and cholera serum so that there us
scrupulous persons will not be able to
uy scrum wit h which they can "Blub"
their Block sufficiently to pass the ex
amination of the atata veternarUtn a fw
hour aXttr shipment at the tock mar-
"'1 lie National bureau of Animal In
dustry must control this; w must have
t wo Umh of In at svery market, one
for i!iipcrtd n k and tne other for ex
lKrtd stock, t-t xt. thrr ahouid be a
urlform reguirnnrnt that all stock for
intra and lii'r-bit shlptiwnt should be
luiiuuiititd befoie shlpnu-nt from the farm
or raiifca. Turn tl'S l-rrsecit Inetricleut
HERE IS A WnOLE RESERVE ARMY It belongs to
the republic of San Marino, located in the Italian Ap
penines. When Italy declared war San Marino, the small
est republic in the world, threw in her luck with the allies.
It Bent its entire standing; army of fifty men, with the ex.
ception of these two here, to the front.
i. I'. .I'. - . i-' .. ,. .''.V ,
j J ': :
iSan .Mainos firstRyn Jaxiv
and dangerous system of "billing" cattle
as to "purpose" would be done away
with and a safe and efficient system
In concluding his address he stated
that It had cost the state of Iowa, some
years mere than t30.0u0.0go and In other
years from J5.000.000 up.
Mast Protect Btoek.
"The government must protect the
stock ot the oountrywlthout tear or fa'
vorj without special privilege, and with
out eatering to any big politician, as has
been the policy generally In the past.
Twenty-five per cent of the enormous
coat of regulation might have been ellm
Inated had such-a policy prevailed.
"Aa preaidsnt of the United Stats Live
Stock association I aand ready to sub
mit any consensus of suggeatlona you
gentlemen here decide on. Every meet
ing ot our board is attended by repre
sentatives of the executive board of the
Dominion ot Canada, so that you can be
assured that Canadian stock interests
will follow suit what the ateckmen of this
country do." ' ' ,
Plan DWflealt to Enforce. ,
C. a. Umb of Denver, representing the
State EluniUry commission ot Colorado,
venture dthat. although he agreed In a
large part with the opinions of Dr.
Mercer and Gibson, it would be a hard
matter to bring the cattle graters of his
stale to the same reason. The vastness
of the territory and the timidity of the
stock graaers in his state had mad- in.
situation In Colorado tar 'more cam..
than local reprent.tlvM would 0
abl rli , a
Charles Graff, presldeni of tha x
I oraska Iiutroved Stock Urowei'
nn ..j- - , , , . .
fw rsmark. In defense of
"ouu be ui.. ntl '', f
Cr. AwUrtols member of N.hrmakm
B.nitary bord spoke of the work" aeoW
pUllhe(t -xt , cloM of 7?n.
runle, hy lh. nltar
ooara ana approved by the Nebraska
ported block Growers association Wore
read by Prof. It. j. Gramlish of the Uni
versity of Nebraska agricultural college.
No official action was taken, however.
.Those present were!
Pr W. O. Pay, Mate veterinarian of
enraska: C. H. Mlher. Counctl Bluffs; '
James Bulla, president N-braaka Live
tstix-k (iaiiltary bord; Charles Graff,
president Nebraska Improve! Sto'-k
J rowers association.' Hnrmft. a j
John Ilton Unculn; L. W. louard.
I-alls Uir. U; J. A. Ollla, It. Ord.
ro. ; J. H. Mercer, Ksnaas; 1T. J J
?.:btoBi,l,,,'i r- 11 -ler. Kansas City;
W. J. Randall, Uancroft, Nb., J. H. NVal
A. invitation was extended to all mn
Mving outald. the county to attend the
Initiation festivities of .h. ik.s..
.'last eveniiur at tha Onuki'Mn
j Pcealdeat J. IL Uulla. Who prealdtd
I ovr the aaeetlng. j
Garment Workers !
Voting on Strike
NEW VOUK. Aug. s-The elttuaa of
women a jinuit, and the tnantrfactur
era. was bear today with final balloting
00 the question of dt It sating to labor
leadera the power to coll a general strike
tomorrow If expedient Twenty thousand
workara. It waa estimated, were voting '
today, th other eO.OOO having oast their '
ballets yesterday and Saturday. Must of
the workers are wxnaen and air la
It was said that th vote of the work
ere would be counted tonight. The re.
alt probtly will n be known until tomorrow.
GRAND CIRCUIT RACES
AT KALAMAdOO GO OVER
KALAMAZam). sllch., Aug. 1 The
sra&d circuit races opening was called
off ft today becausa of rain. Todays
card wUl be raced lomurivv.
Heavy Damage by ,
Rain and Hail in
CHEYENNE, Wye, Aug. t, A disas
trous .storm srwept over eastern Wyoming
ana touched weetern Nebraska lat Sat
urday and early Sunday It became known
here today when communication was re
stored. In Converse, Niobrara. Natron!
ana Platte counties, Wyoming, growing
grain, railroads and highways suffered
Near Olenrock a. detached locomotive
crashed through a bridge. At Sunrise
Ralph Creer was killed by lightning.
Near Big Springs hall stones as Urge
as hen's egg, smashed sixty windows of
Union Pacific passenger train No. L
scattering glass over the passengers. The
cars were drenched, but no one waa serl-
ously hurt. "j
Eastern Nebraska suffered damage to !
German Torpedo Boat
Destroyer is Sunk
LONDON. Aug. t-The British ad
miralty tonight announced that a British
submarine had returned and reported the
uerman torpedo boat des-
sLTZ X n ' th" cU"
H" "W.th coaat.
u, uesiroyer U-l
pled In MIL The vessel displaced 689 tons
ft.-;iM was capable ot traveling at a speed
of more than thirty-two knots an hour.
It was fitted with, two twenty-four
torpedo tubei If
I threo officers and men.
Villa Post Revolts
And Joins Carranza
EL PASO. Tex.. Aug. l.-The Villa gar
rison at Ousman. loo men. seventy-eight
mUes south of here on tha M.ir.n
Northwestern railroad has revolted, lm-
Prlaoned Its officers and declared fir
- rrT to th"
yarranca consulate here. The faot of
the revolt U confirmed by an official ot
DESTROYER IS SUNK
BKIUJN, Aug. l-By Wlrelea. to Bay.
ville.) A despatch , from Con.tantlnople
IZ 'i'lV. 'J Mporu
i u. nZ' "ZZ '
I .. . ?rp,do destroyer off
1 . .. V . v"rn. 10 tne east
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j enemy yestfrday made three different at
I taoka upon our position. Our artillery and
our Infantry fire succeeded In checking
"Pont-A-Motieann and the villages of
faMieros and Manoorourt-SuivHellle,
ere bombarded, yesterday from the air
with Incendiary shells." ,
Flabtlaa- Northwest .of Warsaw.
GENEVA, Aug. t (Via Pari ) The
Oeneva Tribune baa published a dispatch
from Its correspondent at Innsbruck,
A ustrla, who aegrs that to the eist of War-
Saw the Germans baa ceased their at
tack, but to the northwest terrible fight
ing la still going on.
To the north of LuMn, since July II,
the Rusarians have been fighting a
powerful rear guard aotlon. ' In this
vidhlty the Auatrlana have lost no fewer
than el.ooo head during the last forty
eight hours. To the south of Chelm, the
correspondent continues, there have been
constant counter attacks and the . Aua
trlana have not advanced In this section
sinoe last Saturday. To the east of
Ivan ro rod, the Auetre-Oermana have ad
vanced a distance of forty , miles In the
last four days.
To Continue War
. Three Years More
NEW YORK. Aug. 1 The Allies are
preparing to continue the war for at least
three years more, M neoeaeary, accord
ing to William Cilia Corey, former presi
dent of the United States Steel corpora-
on, who arrived today on the French
liner Kspagne from Bordeaux.
Mr. Corey said It was problematical as
to whether the Allies would like to see
the United States enter the war, but he
thought they would rather have the finan
cial than the military aid of this country.
Mlsa Anna Aolby, 1 years Old, of Menlo
Park, Cel., who was accompanying her
mother on her way home died of heart
failure on board ship yesterday Her
bady was removed at quarantine.
Three British Ships
Sunk; Crews Saved
LONDON. Aug. J.-The Britji steam- j
ship CTIntonla has been sunk. Fifty-four.
of the persons aboard It were saved.
The BritUh steamer Pulgens. of .K1
torts gross; ' has been sunk. The crew
has hMn IsndnA I
The British steamer Benvorllch, which
left Manila May 1 for London by way of
Marseilles, has been sunk. Sixteen mem
bers of the crew have been landed.' The
others are still in the boats.
The Cllntonta. a vessel of S.388 tons'
gross, owned by C. Robinson A Sons
of North CTileld. waa last reported to
have sailed from Tynemouth. July X, for j
Marseilles. It was built at Sunderland In
1807, , was 3Tj0 feet long, with a beam ot
fifty feet. ' .
The Fungens waa built at Newcastle In
1901 and was owned by the Qas Light and
Coke company of London. The vessel
was sue reel long, iorty-iwo leei oeam ana
nineteen feet deep.
Freighter Georgian ;
is On Duxbury Reef
SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 2.-Ltfe saving
crews and tugs early today went to the
assistance of the American-Hawaiian
steamship Georgian on Duxbury reef, a
few mlleg rorth of tt.e Golden Gate, where
the freighter went ashore in a dense fog
nirht Cantata Nichols and a crew
of more than thirty men are aboard the
Quicksand Swallows ,
Plant; Four Men Die
HUDSON. N. T., Aug. . Four tarn
were killed and four ethers Injured, one
of whom wtU die, when the power plant
of the Knickerbocker Cement company
submerged In quicksand here today. The
entire building disappeared. All of the
dead men were laborer.
Tramps Make Trewbte at Taaklea.
YANKTON! 8. P., Aug. , Special)
Hoboes are In the city In large numbers
and giving a good deal of trouble to the
officers. Charles Mallett, a coal heaver
for the Milwaukee was accidentally shot
In the-head by a bra kerns a, who was try
ing to force hoboes away from a melon
car. Mallett will recover. A harvest
hand reported belnr robbed of IR. He told
the police that he was only one ot 300
men, like himself, harvest hands, who
were held up here by four hoboes armed
with guns, who went through a string
of empty cars and 'held up every rnair
round, securing. It Is thought, a large
Apartments, flats, houses and cottages
can be rented quickly and cheaply by a
Bee 'Tor Rent"
WASHINGTON. Aug. 1 (Special Tel
esram ) Nebraska pensions granted:
alary M. giarbukk. ITlyssos, 111
Rural lur carrlara appointed: C. A.
Wolf. Wllbor. Nub.; John I'. Martin,
Persia, la.; Monroe EX Monk. Ruthven.
Ia.; Fred M. Webster. Frultdale, 8. 1.
The comperoller of the currency haa
approved the application to convert the
Merchant' bank of Bryant, 8, P., Into
the First National bank of Bryant, cap
ital. luOu. .
Of ten Hold Food
of Inferior Grades
BAN FRANCISCO. Cel.. Aug. J
Bpeaklng of relative food values and In
crease In the price of food stuffs, Dr,
H. J, Cmmblne, secretsry of the Kansas
Btate Board of Health, today addressed
a meeting at the Panama-Paciric exposi
Dr. Crumblne first 'called attention to
the Inevitable Increane In the price of
food and. In making a plea for flsod thrift,
declared that the cheaper grades of fruit
sometime were more nutritive than the
"People should know," he said, ''that
the food value of fruit Itself, outside of
the syrup. Is quite as high. If not actually
higher. In the cheaper grades of fruit
than It Is hi the fancy and higher priced
"It oocurs to, me that, at least In some
Instances, the marketing of often Inferior
grades of food In fancy containers, to
gether with the use of brilliant labels,
making the article appear extremely at
tractive. Is bordering very closely on the
prchlbltlon In the law that foods must
not be made to appear better than they
really are. If the truth were known of
the actual caloric value of many of the
fancifully packaged foods on the market
that are widely advertised as having ex
ceptional nutritive merits, their sales
would encounter a heavy slump..
"Probably the greatest waate In food
products In this country occurs because
of Improper methods of gathering and
marketing. This applies to berrlee, to
fruits and to many vegetables and notably
and particularly to eggs. '
' "It Is now pretty generally accepted
that that mysterious disease, pellagra,
which la making such rapid Inroads In
our southern states , and Is gradually
I spreading In the north, Is a disease of
j metabolism, Induced, in all probability, by
the monotonous diet of .the poor those
who chiefly suffer from pellagra, who live
In a very large measure out of the can."
Bad River Floods
Stop Rail Traffic
PIERRE, 8. D'., Aug. 2. (Special Tele
gram.) Bad river has been at flood
stage the last two days and this morning
was covering a large part of the lower
part of Fort Pierre.
T heonly death so far reported Is that
county, who was dorwned when his horse
fen with him while In several feet of
wat , tne fIaU.
x umber of cattle and hog. have been
lost and sheds floated away. The railway
to tha west is out of commission and It
: Is estimated It will take a weak to get
j trains across.
X "For Sale" ad wilt turn second-hand
furniture Into cash.
TROUBLE OF HIE
SCALP ID HAIR
Caused Scratching. Hair Came
Out. Entirely Relieved fey
CUTiCURA SOAP AMD
"My head was affected with dandreff
and scalp trouble. It came on gradually,
very day It waa worse. My acalp waa
Itching and caused me to
scratch my head. My hair
cams out gradually, and the
dandruff could be seen on my
coat collar. The trouble
lasted three months.
"I aotlced Cutlcur Soap
and Ointment advertised In
the paper, and I sent for a
free sample. I secured reUef,
and then purchased more. I applied them
as stated la the directions, and after 000
stant use for three weeks I was entirely
relieved of my trouble." (Signed) Paul
P. Kowalcheck, 330 3rd. St.. Detroit.
Mich., Jan. 0, 115. ,
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Tor Loss of
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of which tha aystem has been
deprived. Supply this lack and
appetite will assert itself with the
returning; vitality. To accomplish
Keep a kettle ia yswr basse
All Summer Apparel Reduced
Decided Reductions on Suits, Coats,
Dresses and Skirts
Not a Large Offering But
Prices are Very Attractive
.Black Sateen BloomercTof very Rood quality
roatorinls sizes 2 to 14 years. . .35 and 50
Children's White Bloomers; 3, 4, 5 years, 50
Children's Wear Third Floor.
11.60 Bleached Table Clothe,
$1.60 Bleached Table Clotha
at . . ....... .853,38 each
$6.00 Bleached Table Clotha
at ... . ".83.75 each
$6.76 Bleached Table Clotha
Bleached "Sable Clotha
Bleached Table Cloth
$10.00 Bleached Table Clotha
at 87.50 ecn
Hemstitched Damask Tray Cloths
45o Hemstitched Damask Tray Cloths 25 each
Prices Hold Good Not Only
for One Day, But ALL WEEK
We are nicely settled nowl Store is cozy; inviting,
and but a few feet from the city's most traveled
corner. We intend to attract by means of PRICES
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. PENDABLE goods, of courser
We Operate at LESS Expense Here;
Prices Uke These Readily PROVE it
10c PalmollTe Soap ....(
10c Jap Rose Soap . .... .G?
lOo Bocabella Can tile Boap
goes at .-6
10c La Superba Soap . . . .gs
lOo Albert Wrlght'a Soap, all
kinds, at 5e
J5c Palmer's Skin Success now
t f. . l4e
25c Cutlcnra at . , . . . .. .20t
26c Sandholm's Soap . , , .17s
16c Dr. Maase Complexion Soap
t ., 04
$1 Dr. Hebra's Tonic now lt)
$1 Lambert's Llsterlne at 58 1
. $1 Glycothymollne 83tf
50c alze Lavorls
25c size Lavorls ....... .21
lOo Jergen's Peroxide Bath
80&P t sseeeeaeee SSt
10c Jergen'a Vlqjet Glycerine
' Soap . 5
500 Horllck s Malted Milk 34
$1 HorUck'a Malted Milk Gtat
$S.7o llortlck's Malted Milk
Myers-Dillon Drug Co.
, 1609 Famara St. . Phono Doujlai ISO .
The success or failure of the
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Great battles may yet be fought
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, Not the shot and tha shell kind
O, not but something that an
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Mall order houses seem to vie
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or destroy that which was intend
ed for the "local" Jeweler.
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MUNITION, .ao that you are pre
Dared to compete with anyone.
Just wait and see what we have
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. Th ability to follow th public
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26o size Mum at' 17
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