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TIIH UKK: OMAHA, W I DN'KKDAY, At'Ot'ST 25,
TiiA Ttin Doctor In Address. to1
Ttieheri Say Militarist Oaln j
Kothlnr bj Occupation,
IXAST FOB FOREIGN DELEGATE3 j
OAKLAND, Cal., Aug. 24. 8es-j
sions of tha various departmental
enngreseeg cf tha National Educa
tion association gathered, todar for
the meetings r teacher who are
hero attending the fifty-third annual'
eongress of the orftanliatlon. No
general session wan scheduled.
ilent. all-embracing boycott of all
things Japanese is the direct result
ef Japan' policy in China said Dr.
Yamel Kin, superintendent of the
Pet-Yang Women' hospital, Tula
Tsln, China, at a meeting laat night
ef the department of school patrons
of the National Kducatlon assocla
(imlil tiaymtt ta Hlatwey.
"In Chin," alia said, "one aea lit
U neighbor, Japan, claim to m mili
tary neneealty, but In Asia militarist
will flrd thay have gained nothing, fnr
they are engendering a spirit of III f !
i whieh alidad jf has canard a boymtt
which wll remve Japan aa Chine's rtilrf
seuree af supply,
'This uulet, unaanounced. but all-em-beaalng
hereett the strwngnet In tho
history of th aaat. If not th. world -i
now aa strengty under way tlutt Chinese .
chsn ehlldren will not even huy a .
Japan load pencil. . (
The spesaor eharged that Japanean
leathers had received Chlnceo atudmua
lata their schools, and at tha and of
all months' Instruction bad sold them ,
diplomas aa civil engineer and doctnra.
Kpw Or.aataatlon Formed.
Another subsidiary oftahoot of tha Na i
ttnnal Kducatlon aaaorlatlon was formed '
laat night. It la tho National Counr.ll nf i
Mnhoul Women. Heveral hundred dtile-
fataa enrolled aa members, and Mis
l.uey K. Cola ef friaattle, aupervleor of '
mturta at the University of Washington,
waa alert ad president, i
Tha personnel of tho count II w! In- j
r.iule only executive Instructor, such as I
superlntendenta, supervisors ami princi
pals. It waa announced, and tha pinoae .
of tha erranlaatlon la to evolve tha er- I
miner for rorslgai Delegatea.
Tha foreign delegates and the local
rammttteo of tha National Kducatlon
aaeoetatlnti ware looking forward to' tha
dinner that was to be given them tonight i
by the Oakland Commercial rlub. David
tare Jordan, past prealdent of the Na
tional Fdueatlon aeo lutlon, waa on
tha program for an addreaa entitled ' Our
Oueata," to which a response was to be
made by It, A. Van C Torch Is na, con
sul general for the Netherlands. "Our
Prealdent" waa the subject assigned
Cntted States Senator Jamea T. Phelan
of Pan Francisco; John Ilarrett of tha
Pan-American union and II. P. Claxton
of Washington, D C . '
I FRANK HANGED BY
; ' PARTIES UNKNOWN
(Continued from Pace One.)
and Walter Gann there wasn't anybody
In tha grove but Leo M. Frank."
"When did you first know anything
bad happened that morning?"
"About o'clock that morning my
brother telephoned me the state prison
farm had been broken Into and Frank
taken out. Walter Oann. a traveling man
from Augusta, was visiting at my place.
I live right on the main road. Mr.: Oann
and I were In the field about f:0 nr 1
o'clock when three or four automobiles
eama whining by. Having heard aout
tha break at the prison farm. It popped
right Into my mind there was something
doing In tha way of Frank."
Fray eald Frank was seated In the rear
of one of the paaalr.g cars with a man
on either aide of him.
"Did you recognise any of the other
partlea In the cars?"
' No. sir."
"Do you know now who they were?"
"Were they masked?"
No, sir, but thy all wcrs goggles."
, "I turned to Waller Oann and said,
.'Let's go to the house; there's something
doing.' We went to the bouse and Mrs.
.Frey had breakfast ready for us In about
five minutas. We ate and I got my car
started and wa put out for Marietta."
Frey said he paaaed the actual scene
of the hanging without noticing anything
out of tha way. lie continued: "I cams
to town, but did not see anything. I went
to the cemetery where Mary Fhagan.ts
burled, but there was nothing there. I
'came back Into Marietta and met Una
Benson, who aald: 'Hill, thoae autnmu
b es turned Into tha road by your ' gin.'
.1 drove right back to the gin and when
we reached the oak grove there waa the
I'Ody of Frank hanging."
"Is there any further light you can
throw on thla transac tion?"
t "No, air."
i Frey waa excused.
' Saw Mathlas; laitual.
I Mn O, W. Ay res, who Uvea near the
V'rey gin, said she saw nothing unusual
(he morning ut the lynching,
i J. A. Hen son. a Marietta merchant,
known as Qua Uenaon. was the next wit
ness. He droce in from the country soon
after the lynchlny party paaaed the Frey
"Driving on Into town, I saw three or
our cars parked near tha Frey gin. but
CKn't atop," aald Benaon.
"What did you muT'
' "I saw on man step out ol one of tho
"Did you recognise him?"
"Hid you recognise anybody in any
cf the cars?
"No, sir; I was going pretty fast"
"Well, where did you get the Idea that
. Frank had been hanged there at the
"From the cara there. When I passed
. the Frey place Bill called to ma that
ha thought there was something doing.
' I had seen in the morning paper about
a hat had happened at the prison lrt :m.
So tt excited my suspicion."
Hews, at a 4 Xa.
"Did you see again or recognise an
of the ' machines you passed at the
P. II. Isoou '. ity marshal of atari-
tia. mi UJ ha knew nolhkig of the lynch
in unul after the body was discov
, Mayor 1. Dobbs of Marietta, a
Vt.1 m tiut'jr, aid tlt whun he first
"AMERICA'S MOST BEAUTIFUL GIRL" AND HER
FIANCE AT NEWPORT Miss Marie Taller of New
York, who way called by Grand Duke Alexander Michaelo
vitch, brother-in law and cousin of the czar, "the most
beautiful girl in the world," at the dog shQW on August 14
with her fiance, S. Bryco Win of New York.
VrT"'K V -" 4
S i ) I
a 1 i j
i "M i mmB
heard of the lynching; he thought tho
story was a hox.
"I met Deputy HhertTf Hlcka." said
the mayor, "and anked him about It lie
said he knew nothing. I suggcated that
we gt a car and go out to the PYey
gin, although I thought at the time that
when we got hack the town folk would
have a good laugh on us. I did not be
lieve would find Frank, but when we
i got to the oak thicket there he was
hanging; by the neck.
"Deputy Sheriff Hicks took charge of
the situation. - We have done all In our .
power to find out who eompoeed the '
party that hanged Frank. 1 told Marshal
Ixoney to Instruct the entire police force'
to get all the Information possible and tu j
"Have you rocelved a report V i
"No. sir: not vet." '
"Is there anything else you would like
Hard to Flad Oat.
"I have aeen In the papers that a lot of
sutomoblles were missing from Marietta
the morning of the lynching. The truth
Is. we did not miss a single one. It may
have been people from another county
who brought Frank to this county.
"We are doing all we can, gentlemen,
but of course you know these things are
hard to find out." -
Charles Mell and W. L. Gray were on
the scene of the lynching soon after It
hsppened. but saw no one connected
Deputy Sheriff Hicks said he searched
Marietta the day of the lynching, but
eould find no cars that bore evidence of
having been on a long Journey.
It was after this that the Jury retired
and brought in Its verdict that "Frank
came to his death by hsnglng st the
hands of parties unknown."
Lincoln High Girl
W1DS fl. r fiflififl r ri7fl
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OAKLAND, Cel., Aug. H.-The Amer-
lean School Peace league. In session here.
today awarded to President Wllaon Its
annual medal for distinguished services
fo peace during the preceding year. The
meeting or tna league waa the principal j
event In today's sessions of the National .
Education association and Its subsidiary i
and allied organisations. j
What are known aa the Saabury sisters' J
peaoa prlxea for eaaays were awarded as J
follows: Lewis Rockow, Milwaukee nor-'
mal school, 7&; Vernon Thompson, state
Normal school, Conway. Ark.,
Ksthir C. Meysra. Wisconsin State Nor-
Rial achool. $25; Dorothy Colbum, ln- !
coin. Neb., High school, $75; Herbert
Kodak, Watertown, Conn., High school,
l full,. r,lr i.kl.nJ XT r ITI-W
GEORGE SUNDAY DELAYED
IN ARRIVING IN OMAHA
George Sunday, who baa charge of
office work connected with the coming
revival conducted by his futher, "Billy'' .
Sunday, has been delayed In arriving
In Omaha. He was expocted a week ago, j
but a letter from his mother states that
he will arrive hera about a week henoa,
Culls From the Wire
Governrra and former state executives,
who are to attend the annual snuil'na of
tha lonfereiua f governors of tna fulled
Muitra. which ti ns al U ston. are to
be the obVcls of a supposed torped at
tack In innucciion wtui a review of the
Nor'h Atlanth- fleet off Holon l-laht
Vrdiivaday Ttey ire to board the hat
tliahii V yomlDK wllh ris relai1 of tha
Nav. Daniels. As the fle.t paaaoa he
fore thsiii one o' the destrttvers will
lauiioh a torpedo, the co rse of which la
to la arr n d so that the governors may
watch U from ita atari until Ha power
is exhausted Left re it r-a hea lla mark.
T ' strike ot l.im) glova makers and
garment wo-kers at Ch cago was retlld
when employes voed to accept the new
s heilule of wkri sn.l working hoiirs
aut m tle1 hv th cone rn in wheh the
alrlSa ix.iteii They wl.l return to work
Furrier lr. il.nl Taft a(!dred the
Wash ngton end (rvga Simla Har tukH
rtulKMis In lo nt a.-alon at I'ortland.
i turn n railMfmin a l.-cuni. .l dlscUMion
i In say tl.ut what can he done ImMwii
a'atf-a In soICIiik iIikii ilea without war
mi be done ainonij iiai nif
Battered to Ruins
by German Cannon
WARSAW (Via London). Aug. 14. The
fortress of Novogeorgievsk lies In rulna.
The Germans entered the heart of the
great Ruaatan stronghold from the right,
i.,. - i th'. Assorlited Press
correspondent had witnessed the lmpree- ,
erve anertacle ox" the torrlf le assault i
which led to the fall of the fortress.
From a point to the southward of the
Vistula It seemed as If brilliant f lashes i
over the great ring of forts. There was
constant rain of exploding shells.
searchlights moved from point to point
ana magasincs expiouea at onei inter-
vale, roc kits whlxsed Into the air and
tha thunder of cannon was continuous.
tihortly before 11 o'clock sheets of
flame sprang Into the air from the north
ern front, Indicating that one of the
forts had been blown up. Soon after
ward a aecond fort exploded. The bom
bardment continued, however, with undi
minished violence aa the Russians ex
pended their last efforts to save the
citadel, upon the strength of which they
had pinned their hopca The final oppo
sition was from the southerly forts.
Four Courses Served
Cantives of France
PARIS, Aug. 24. Karon d'Estoumcllcs
j de Constant, who has been visiting the
camps of Oerman prisoners at Belle Isle,
In writing for the Temps a description of
what ha saw, declares that every officer
hss an orderly who blacks his boots.
IM .... l.UWU.IS UIU
kl. l . U I . Jt U I - V.
ln or ha" u done' An th9 ,ncrr wear
, . '-" -i" ...
I Borne soldiers complained of their treat-
1 n,ent Asked what they wanted, all the
mn In tho group explained: Baths, gar-
They were reminded that they had twe
'sea baths a week, and on many occasions
were permitted to wander about quit'
freely, but that guards were necessary.
The food provided is of good quality,
and there is considerable variety. Dinner
consists usually of four courses,
The prisoners have magaslnea and
aicker chairs are provided for their use
hen they sit on the beach. There also
" n Improvised gymnasium and musical
Instruments. The prisoners complain.
however, that they are compelled to sleep ,
twelve In a dormitory.
French Credit Plan
Is Arranged Hero
NHW YORK. Aug. K -Announcement
waa made tonight by Drown Rrothers
and company that arrangements for a
JO.000.000 French commercial export
credit have been completed and the credit
GALVESTON SOON WILL
BE ITS OLD SELF AGAIN
OALVnsTOK. Tex., Aug. K-n ade
quate water supply, the e'ty's most pres
sing need since the tropical storm a
week ago, will be obtained by tomorrow
night and trains will be running Into the
city within two weeks, were cheering
announcements made tonight by those
directing the work of restoring order In
the storm swept city.
Kxeeutlve officers of tha metal trades
dl iatoa of tha American Federation of
I bur took under advisement
tl n ot whether the . Inu-rnat
latlon of Mai hinlat shall tia smporid
In a JiKJsn to enforce the eisht-bour
larger haiwsis of cereals than last
yi ar are fun-cast for the worlds prtncl
11 p. iMlurUit ounlr.-s bv tha laLvr
iiHt'iMiai l.titii i- nf Agrtfintura at
Kom whlni ivl'ortt-d bv cat e Ui the
Amtii-tcin i'iarlmi'iit of Aaricultur.'
II SABER BESTOWED
ON GEN. HARRIES
! fVmg.lga HTwaw Va!tAJ TVavn TxiatvirtT I
VlilKIIflll, 111J w ACellCU aiBMiV. ,
of Columbia Guard. Signally j
(From a Staff Corr'Hpondent. )
WASHINGTON, Aug. 2 4. (Spe
cial Tc'ejtram.) Major General
Oecrge H. Harries, retired, now a
res dent of Omaha, was moot elR-j
nally honored yesterday at Colonial
Bea h, Va., by the National Guard
of the District of Columbia In annual
( encampment on the historic hanks of
, the Potomac, seventy miles south of
j Washington. I
i General Harries was for twenty- j
i eeven years a member of the national
1 guard of.lhe District of Columbia and
' for seventeen years. Id command of
'the briRP.de. Having retired but a,
few months ago an major general, I
the district nil lit la took the first
opportunity to give their only major
j general, a welcome such as has been
j seldom witnessed and in addition be-j
fore the whole brigade and thousands !
Oenreal Ilarrlea was preaenled with a
eaber, aymbollzing his rank with a ecab-
j bard of allver and bearlnir a large apread
! eagle In relief, a full dreaa belt, full dreaa
ansh, a gold aword knot, and allver spurs
together with the caaca for properly
keeping then Insignia of high rank.
I The aword bore on Its blade the follow
' Ing Inscription etched Into the etel:
"Major Oeneral Oeorge H. Harr es, an
evidence of esteem and affection from
j tin- national urd of the Diatrlct of the
j i umbla.aSlD."
I Among other thlnga which touched the
hcarta of thoae who had aerved under
Oenoral narrlea, particularly through the
panlah-Amerlcan war. waa thla eenti
ment: "There were a great many of ua here
today, with whom I nerved In war and
our hearta beat In unlHon. If the time
aliouij conus, fortunately, or unfortu
nately, that our country la at atrifq, noma
of ua may meet again and move together
and do our part aa wc do In civil life to
uphold the dignity and honor of the
"I sincerely hope that nothing will
come to Interrupt the training which you
are enjoying. It Is newer going to bo
lewi. but more than before.
"Tou've stood by me, and no one In the
brigade Is go ng to get more than hla Just
share of the credit for the aucceaa of thla
command. Tou have emphaalsed the fact
that I am not now on the active list. I
cannot forget you. Your feeling for me
will not be forgotten. I am going to do
for you everything which I can which
will work for the success of the organi
sation. Tou can command me until the
last minutea of possibility. I will always
be glad to see you and glad to remember
you, as I have during; my past associa
f J ! A. f A.
UlClCSb uOUVlCtS 01
J,0Wa Af6 rttrdOnCCl
By Governor Clarke
DF33 MOINES, la.. Aug. 24.-Ns.than
and Frank Ra4nsbarger, sentenced to
life Imprisonment from Hardin county
in VK1 for the murder of Enoch Johnson, -were
pardoned today by Governor Clarke.
The pardon Is conditional, providing
that the Ralnsbargers shall remain
peaceful and law abiding cttlxens for a
period of three years, after which the
pardon is to become absolute.
MA RBH A LITOWN, la. Aug. 24.
Nathan and Frank Ralnsbarger, Iowa's
oldest convicts, who were tod'y ipardoned
conditionally by Governor Clarke, were
convicted in this county, although they
were Hardin county prisoners. Nathan
Ralnsbarger, who is now 62 years old.
' was sentenced to life Imprisonment in
the November term of the district court
In 1I&3. and Frank, who Is now 69 years
! of age, was sentenced at the March term
, in IRS. i
j Both men were convicted of the murder
of Frank Rainsbarger'a father-in-law,
Bnoch Johnson of Grant township, Har
din county. Johnson waa found dead
November IS. 1884. alongside of a public
highway, apparently the victim of a run-
awa- accident. Hla skull waa fractured
ana nis oooy muuieu. . . v. . . . -
stances, with others, ted to the belief
on the part of Mrs. Frank Ralnsbarger
that her husband aad her brother had
committed murder, and she waa chief
witness for the state at the'.r trials. The
Ralnsbargers were convicted largely on
0MAHANS ARE ON VISIT
TO NATIONAL CAPITAL
WASHINGTON. Aug. It (Special Tele
gram.) W. F. Ourley, wife and niece of
Omaha, who have spent a goodly portion
of the summer on the Pacific coast, are
In Washington on a visit to Mrs. Cur
ley's mother, who has for many years
been a resident of Georgetown. Mr.
Gurley will remain In the east some little
time before returning to Omaha.
Herbert T. Daniel, who has been mot
oring through New England with Matt
Gerlng and family of Omaha was In
Washington today. He left tonight for
Detroit, where he will rejoin his motor
ing oomparUona and continue the trip
C H. Fuller and A. H. Fetters, of the
raerrank-el department of the Union
I'ai no Railway, Omaha, are at the New
Wlllard. having been called to Washing
ton on matters connected with the boiler
FRANK FILMS BARRED
BY POLICE OF ATLANTA
ATUAN'TA, Oa., Aug. 14. Exhibitions
of moving pictures of the body of Veo M.
Prank as It swung from the 1'mb of a '
tree near Marietta on August IT were
stopped here today by the police.
Rent house qutcK with a Bee Went Ad
i vv A t
WASinXOTOM, Aur. .-Snecll Tele-
iseoraaaa poetoinca eatamahed:
I harry county, with John w.
Keta aa poaimaater: Tate, Fawnne county.
wi'n wuuani l. onau aa posimasrer.
Frank U Johnson waa appointed rural
Itttvr carrier at Hondurant, la.
The aiplii'tioo of tha following persons
has leen received by tha comptroller of
curreiu'y to ursanlse tha First National
hank of Claremont. M. !.. capital ltti.
J. M. Aamea, South Iakoia; C. H.
HM-mer. o. K. llanavn, '. A. Aarnes, C.
i. lurchers and U. Hungerford.
(Continued from Taie On.
eminent and arted that the (lrnnn ad
rriralty ha1 not yet been akle to get a
report on the sinking.
Count von Iterstorff. In hla telegram.
md tht If on Americana were killed
"It a contrary to the Intention of the
Herman government" and that It waa not
the Intention of the German government
tn sink any peaceful merchant shlpa In
a flagrant manner.
Count von Hernstorffs teleeram asked
that n step he taken until all the facta
have been ascertained and the tlerman
government hns hnd opportunity to t;lve
Its version of the sinking of tha ship
which cot the Uvea of two Americans,
appBreTitly In defiance of President Wil
son's warniiiK that such an act would be
The telegram was not made public and
of fit Inli declined to discuss It. The ani
hasnador'a request comes as the first ray
of promise on a situation which admit
tedly waa growing darker with each hour
of silence on the part of Germany.
Now, In view of the ambassador's re
quest, the State department can do noth
ing but wait a reasonable time for word
(rem Berlin. Ambassador Oerard has
been Instructed to watch for a report,
but has not been told to ask for one.
Meanwhllo the State department lit
gathering evidence from all other sources
to supplement what it already baa, nut
consldera too fragmentary to be of full
value. When some word la received Irom
(Jermany thla government's action will
bo decided. The effect of the latent de
velopment In the situation Is to delay
any forward move a few days lonycr.
Zapata Chief Gets
and a Half Million
KL PASO, Tex., Aug. 21 Details cf
eventa at Mexico City, between the first
and aecond occupation by Carranxa
forces under General Gonsalea, are re
lated In courier dispatches received today
from the capital.
"Tho entire city council was arrested
by Zapata men last night," It was stated
under date of July 22. "This morning the
Zapata commanding general secured the
combination of the treasury vaults and
extracted 14S0000. The food situation here
is desperate thla morning, and the police
records shewed a number of bodies found
In vacant lots resulting from death by
starvation. Among these were five chil
dren. A group of twenty people were
seen carving carcasses of dead horse
found In fields."
Concluding, the dispatch says:
"The relations between Villa and Za
pata men are very strained and trouble
oetween these factions is looked for."
SAN ANTONIO. Tex., Aug. 2S.-Wire-leas
communication between Mexico City
and the outside world Is expected to be
established soon, according to a cable
gram received from Vera Crux today at
the Carranxa consulate here. The mes
sage reorted the erection In Mexico City
of a wireless station and said that pre
liminary trials between the capital and
Vera Crus had been satisfactory.
A "For Bale" ad win turn second-hand
furniture Into cash.
Ice Cream Day
Special Assorted Full Cream Cara
tnela Nut and plain. Regular 40a
grade, Wednesday only, pound--
takes the soreness
out of sunburn
There is no reason for suffering
with sunburn. Just cover the pain
ful surface with a thin layer of
Resinol Ointment. It excludes
the air and gives iskmt relief,
while its soothing, healing medi-
cation quickly restores the tender,
inflamed skin to perfect health.
Rasine! OlntaMsl ksala sen. kat rash
and ether skia enipbeaa, sups itctuns is.
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tkla aiM aioa.l WrtM Wstrk st . I U I
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5 a Xoata
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fpsntiilIIII 8p. n., Saturdays Illl 9:30
Call or writs for Catalog So. 103. Phoie
Iioug.aa im and our aal.sman will ni,
IjW'I 1 I Wu.aiUOEfULtrii
Drawn For The Bee
The swart aewaiapr artiata ol Ua
oaiaatry eoalribata tketr
work for Bee readers.
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jJJJ '4". TebaecsCe.
Pendant, or Regular Watcli-
Send 10c and
and we'll send a full-size 10c
cut of "Piper" and a hand
some leather pouch FREE,
anywhere in TJ. S.
The tobacco, pouch and
mailing will cost ns 20c, which
we will gladlyspend because
a trial will make yon a steady
user of "PIPER."
All Under One Roof
RRAKDEIS tohight ws
itT land all this week
-TK s tocx nmrvcT"
Edward Lynch VtaiTZS
Otis klnaer'e Bomaatlo Sraxoa,
T1IK Ht)(lt OP THK FAMILY"
KatUees, 18c, 15s. Zvga tSe, tie, aoe.
Baxt Weakt "The Bachelor's pay.
Sun., Aug. 29
ax.1i or inn BriziTg ,
TVXgSAT. XV Q. M.
U.THIXO, BOATING, nAXCl.NQ
And Other AAHactlnns.
Tt Kovlar rteturas Vvarr at"g.
Tula evening! "Ouaaie's Wayward
Tata," Ksod la IjOvs," aaa "Xaau
amamag Vlllfr aaVVI
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