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The Omaha Daily Bee
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VOL. XLV NO. 05.
OMAHA, Tlll'luSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 2, irl.r-TVEXTY-FOUR PAGES.
Ob Train., at Motel
Kiwi at a As, eta
SINGLE COPY' TWO CENTS.
FOREST FIRES UPON
THE PACIFIC COAST
Woods In Far Northwest Aflame,
and Desperate Efforts Are
Made to Get Situation
CONDITIONS VERY DANGEROUS
Blazes Are Breaking Bounds and
Men Cannot Be Spared to I
Battle New Ones.
NO GREEN TIMBER DESTROYED
PORTLAND, Ore., Sept. 1. For
est fires in the Pacific norttawes
forged beyond bounds today and ex
ceeded the res'stance of the comp'e
fighting force available against them,
according to advices recti eu by u.
Western Forestry and Conservatlo
association. The situation is pro
Except In a fow localities, where thcr
have teen light local showers, the pro
tectlve system Is now toned to Its llml
and conditions are extremely dangerou.
cays the association's expert. "A few
fires are alt-cad y breaking boumis; met!
cannot be spared to fight now ones, am:
the dense smoke renders detection of nev
ones difficult. The disastrous fires nf
September, 19H2, followed just such x.:i
"Up to within twenty-four hours thi
Oregon situation was well In hand. Ovci
450 fires hnd been extlnKii'slied with prai
. tically no loss of merchantable timber.
Yesterday, however, the big fires nea
Mount Hood and In Union county, re
suited in escaping control and many new
ones were reported.
"The Washington Forest Fire associa
tion reports none of Its green timber de
stroyed yet Two hundred dangerou?
fires already have been extinguished."
Victim of Automobile
At Providence Dead;
Wife to Be Grilled
PROVIDENCE, R. I.. Sept L Dr.
Franklin C. Mohr of this city and New
port, who with Miss Emily Burger of
this city, was mysteriously shot while
seated In his automobile on a dark road
In Barrlngton last night, died at a hos
pital today. Miss Burger was reported
better and It was believed that her
wounds would not prove fatal.
George W. Healis, Dr. Mohr's chauf
feur, Is held by the Barrlngton police,
who are not satisfied with Ms declara
. tlon that ha saw no other .automobile at
the tlma Dr. Mohr and Miss Burger were
Miss Burger today said another ear ap
proached their car from the rear aad
as it came alongside several shots were
mm 1 C vaupo niuunoiuo sviviai aiisvrva wa
fired at Dr. Mohr and herself. Both were'mnt h. Ths R nm. wabIt urn that
wounded in the head and shoulder. Miss
. . ...
Burger could give no explanation for the
Dr. Mohr was a graduate of Johns Hop-
kins university and was 42 year, old.
He was married twelve year. ago. but
his wife had sued him for separation
i.- . . . ... .., ui..
Burger had been employed by Dr. Mohr
as an office assistant for about three
The police started an inquiry into a
report that there was a conspiracy
against the physician and his companion.
They qeustioned Florence Ormsby, a
maid employed In Mohr's office, and later
it was said that she had given them a
clue upon which to work. It was an
nounced that Mrs. Mohr, the widow, also
would be questioned.
Heir to Big Estate
in New York Missing
NT5W YORK, Sept. t Police were
searching today for F. J. Van Slclen of
Yakima, Wash., who left his home nine
week, ago to come here to sign paper,
that would permit the final distribution
of an estate of nearly $4 000,000, left by
his grandfather, Herbert Van Slclen.
The lu.seina man Is an Elk, and it waa
said that members of the order In many
cities have Joined In the search. When
Van Slclen left Yaktma he sent a tele
gram engaging rooms at
hotel, but he never appeared. He was
said t, have a large sum of money,
Forecast till 7 p. m. Thursday:
For Omaha. Council Bluffs and Vicinity
Fair Thursday; warmer. .
Trnsrrslara at Omaha Yesterday.
rw a a. m
6 a. m....
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10 a, m....
11 a. m....
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5 p. m....
1913. U14. 191S 19U I Fremont, Neb.; Mrs. Julia Reed of Car
Highest today 81 ' 7' !' t6 ' aon, la., and Mrs. Psrmella Sherman of
ijoweat today fa 67 tC! 73
.00 .03 .00 .23
Temperature and precipitation depart
ures from the normal:
Normal temperature 70
Deficiency for tha day I
Total deficiency plnce March 1 40
Normal precipitation 00 nrh
Deficiency for the day Oft Inch
Total rainfall since March X 22.17 nches
,E)I'V 'nr "arch 1 1 Inch
n 'or c r. peHod, 114.. 4.0 lnet ee
Detlcleucy tor tor. period, inches
Report, from Statron. at T P. sf.
"ilf Vn?fc8tU J,,raD- H1h- 'n-
est W at nop . . . .
rt,.v::.L"i... cai. laJI.
" "'. 'r T
Davenport, clear TJ
leriver, clear wj
Ic)di(e City, char 7i
lender, partly cloudy h
North Platte, clear TH
Omaha, tltar 75
Pueblo, clear s0
Rapid f'lty. clear nu
r-ania Fe, partly cloudy.. .70
Sheridan, partly cloudy...!
frlouK City, clear 74
v aieiiuiie, clear 84
L. A, WiXSH, Local Forecaster.
ON GUARD AGAINST ENGLISH SUBMARINES
Turkish transport crossing the Sea of Marmora with rein
forcements for the forces at Gallipoli. The troops are on
the lookout for the British submarines, which penetrated
the Dardanelles and have been demolishing shipping of
all kinds in the Sea of Marmora.
J? i j
v H WW '
; BRICKLAYERS QUIT;
OBEY STRIKE ORDER
Two Hundred Omaha Workmen
Walk Out to Enforce Demand
for Higher Wages.
BIO CONSTRUCTION JOBS HALTED
Two hundred bricklayers of Omaha
went on strike yesterday.
The strike followed an announce-
s uw vv
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j me untaiojeiB unu ecvicu; uibv u
decided to Quit work September 1.
).v...-h -rt ri.ni.H .t
,h. tlnlB bv Secretary Miller of the
, bf Secretary MiUer Of tne
bricklayers' union, the Btrlke began
Practically all the brick COnBtmc-110
. .H.,m .,nt
JUUO " -"
the work on the Grain Exchange
h,.1Mln. arenrdtno- In loeal rnntrar-;f
tors. Contractor Black, who has the
Grain Exchange contract, come from i
St. Louia and brought' most of his '
. . . , ... . , . ,1
bricklayers with him. They have not
gone out With the local craftsmen. 1
The bricklayers are demanding an In-
crease of S cents an hour In wagea . ;
Most of them are getting 70 cents and :
they are demanding 75. In addition, they
are associated with the Allied Building published, some newspaper correspond
Crafts, which organisation a half your ents have seemingly got Just as far away
'or more ago, demanded that the contrac-
'tors recognize hoisting engineers as union
men and put them on a union scale. That
demand waa not complied with at the
time, but no strike waa catled.
Bla Job. Are Halted.
Among the big Jobs affected by the
strike are three big apartment houses
being built for Hastings & Heyden. Con
tractor Ed P. Pomeroy was building the
onu at Twenty-second and Howard
.I rats.. Cnnlni-tn, a i . - n .
loutlnued on Page Five, Column Two.)
Funeral of Sheriff
GLENWOOD, la., Sept. 1. (Special.)
Tho funeral of the late raisha W. Bush-
nell, sheriff of Mills county, who dropped
dead here yesterday morning, will be
held at Malvern Saturday afternoon at I
70 His Immediate family surviving him are
2 Mrs. Bushnell and five daughters; Mrs.
77 Mary Runne of Tacoma, Wash.; Mrs.
79 Lawrence Talbott snd Mm W. A. Rush
of Malvern. Ia., and Ruth and Edith,
79 teachers, at home here.
77 I He waa left on orphan at an early age
Zjat Madison, Wis., and brother, and sls-
ter. surviving him are Gus snd Oene of
Mason City. Is.
Sheriff Bushnell had
been a resident of Iowa for more than
i iui ijr no in m implement
. . . . , , ,
business at Malvern for twenty-three
years before becoming sheriff of his home
ORTHODOX JEWS WILL FAST
AND PRAY NEXT SUNDAY
NEW YORK. Sept. 1. All tne orthodox
Jewish synagogues throughout the United
States were notified today that Sunday,
September t, had been set apart as -day
of fasting and prayer. The ploclama
tlon revives tha old Jewish cus'.om of
establishing a time to fast and pray on
account of national tr bulation.
Ths ploclaniatlon was made last night
at the Great Synogogue of the Orthodox
jews here, after Imposing ceremonies at-
tended by 100 rabbis from all over ths
j V ' s: ic
BY GEORGIA JUDGE
Jurist Tell. Oranrl Tnrv Probim?'
jurist aeiii urana jury rrouing
Frank Case Papers Have Slan
dered Cobb County.
TtTrvTSTTnitr mrvnr tttp rsPT flilaA ,urtr re, was .evidence of picloue culm -wars located- maawm
JJ1.V1AHUN iHUja ItUU xaXi Is gratification - that ths submarine crisis tended Quarantine was declared today
w. " , fc ;hd paBad nd tnat Germany had following bacteriological examinations by
MARIETTA, Ga., Sept. 1. The acknowledged tho Justice of the prlncl- ( municipal and government health offlo
Cobb county grand Jury assembled Pies for which President Wilson has been , ers.
today to investigate the lynching of
i . I
M cvi, ,t i.a r.--
1 lar worK. Judge ratterson, in nia
! charge, told the Jury it was not a
special grand Jury and that while Its
! memDerg were not to reel tney were
secrei service men, ii was moir uuijr
errei crime auegea to
have been committed within the
"fparlMfilv and without hone
county, rearlessly and without hope
reward." The Judge took Occasion
1 to defend Cobb county against at-;
" ' 8
In his charge he said: "In a great
dea, bafl beon ,ald recently , tn.
press, the facts have been deviated from i
and I want to strongly assert that ths I
press generally has done Cobb county a j
great Injustice. It appears that In a i
great deal of the matter that has been
from the truth as they could and the re-
suit has been that Cobb county has been
made to suffer Tor It.
! "It has been published broadcast over
the world that a iynehlng hi
i occurred In Cobb county
It Is vour dut
I to make a thorough and complete ln-
vest gatlon of thst, as It Is of all charges
of crime when brought to your atten-
Judge Patterson did not mention'
Frank's bame. Thirty-five witnesses,
have been called. The Jury will begin J
work on the case today. j
Among the witnesses summoned are O. :
B. Keelcr. a newspaper man, who will :
i be asked to tell how he came In posses-:
1 slon of Frank's wedding ring w hich ha
says was mysteriously delivered to him '
1th a request from Frank to see that .
It was returned to Mrs. Frank; XV. E. !
Swanson. sheriff of Cobb county; G. M. j
Hicks, the deputy who took charge of j
Frank's body Immediately after It was i
found; Major K, P. Dobbs snd 11. L.
Looney, chief of police of Marietta.
Subpoenas have been Issued for T. E.
Patterson. B. II Davidson and E. L.
Ralney, members of the slats prison !
commission, who were at the prison farm
the night Frank waa tsken away.
' CITY LAWYER IS DEAD
WEBSTER CITY.. Ia.. Bent. L-(Bpe-clal
Tilegram.) A. N. Boeye, one of
Northern Iowa', best known attorneys,
died at his home In this city this morn
ing of stomach trouble. Mr. Boeye waa
"s v iivuuid, nr. iioe
. . .
" 1" ' , . , i:.',
,.d Prnlnent In the legal and po-
litlcal life of this part of the state. He
had served four terms as county attor-'
ney and waa widely known as the best
cross-examining attorney In this Judicial
di'trlct- Th fun1 Fr,d
sst ,? uinjiii
WILSON FAVORS CUTTING
WASHINGTON, D. C, Bept. 1.
Economy in appropriation for little used
army posts, navy yards, rivera and har
bors and public build ngs wl I be recom
mended to congress by President wiu
I son In order to leave the money neces
sary for an adequate program of na-
tlonal defense. This Information ram
J todsy from a high administration source.
VIEW OF WILSON
ON SU3SEA WAi
Germany Agrees to Principle that
, Fassenger smp Saouid Be
Warned Beloie Attacked
VON BERNSTOR' SEES LANSING
. . . .
Secretary Requests Ambassador to
Reduce Couiinunicat.on from His
Government to Writing.
SHIP WHICH SUNK ARABIC LOST ,
WASHINGTON, Sept. 1. Qr-
many has accepted the declarations
, , . ,
of the United biatoa in the subuiarlno
warfare controversy. Count Von
iiernstorff, the Gorman ambassador,
today gave oral and wrltteu assur-
antes to Secretary Lansing that no
more passenger ships vslll be sunk,
After a conference at the State de- !
pin inn in AiuuubKHuor tun uerusioru
stmt Sorrctary ltiiHinj; this loiter;
"My iear Mr. Secretary: With refer
ence to our CAnver allon of this niornlng.
1 beg to li.foim you thut my Inxtvuetions
(oneerulitg our aiivwur to your iant
Iusltanla note contains the following
" 'Liners will nut be sunk by our sub
marines without warning and without
safety of the lives of the nonconibatants,
provided that the liners do not try to
escape or offer resistance.'
"Although 1 know that you do not wish
to discuss the Liuiltania question till the
Arabic que' ion has been definitely and
satisfactorily settled, I desire to Inform
you of the above because this policy of
my government was decided on before
the Amble Incident occurred.
"I have no objeitlon to making any
use you may please of the above In
"I remain, my dear Mr. Lansing,
"Very sincerely yours,
(Signod.) "J BERNSTOnFF."
Statement bjr Ltnilni,
In connection with the letter, Hccretary
Lansing made the following statement:
"In view of the clearness of the fore
going statement. It seems needless to
make any comment in regard to It other
than to say that It appears to be a recog-
nltlon of the fundamental principle for
j which we have contended.'
Count B"storfrs letter was forwarded
t(J pre.ident Wilson as soon as it was re-
celved at ths State department.
No formal comment was made at ths
I Whits House, but on every hand In of-
.."u" announcement mat
lno policy naa Deen aecidea u
the sinking of the Arablo agrees with
statements by officials
In Berlin and
wt1h1 ,,nf?rmaMn upon vvhleh American
official, had been depending. Soon after
dispatch of the last Lusltanla note
rresiaent wuson understood there wou d
' -J " 'r. mo .in.-
l" ,Ar."mc- uiererore, came as a
, . h"" emporary quarters for several
, ia,much ., it seems to have been hundred German refugees from China.
j established that the submarine which! .
(Continued on page Two. column Two.)
The Day '? War News
MORB THAN 1,000,000 Hi
hare been taken prisoners by the I
ftermnna alnre tfar pimn,l In
ftaltrla be a an on Mm a. (irrsus
army hradqaartrr. announced to-
GFItMAN TROOPS marching on1
Grodno have skM k.
lino ii r k. , ,
" - . . . u c ion.
ress, Ilerlln rrirarti.
iii ,i.v t ......
1 " . " :" " "P-
pear to b fa I II
i cr.i I, "l"' o
1 tinlll f1'1"' rr -
I " momt "'. " off.cl.1
KITAS'tB f eonl atrlko set-
the U'ei.h iiilnera' rep.
"sentntlve. U announced, defl.
"Heir niljuatlnir tbe difficult,.
SKHBIA'S I.NTU.NTIOM h .u-
part naked of It In satlafrlnsr Hal.
aarl.'a territorial demands ha.
oomntnnlcnted to Greece, of
"hom eo.ee..l. hnT. ...0 be,.
-a in tne effort to secure Rnl.
smrla's ro-oprratlon with the en
tente allies, newspaper dispatches
from Athene received In Pari, de
clare. AX IMPRR8SIO.tr
that Japan may
take part la the Dardanelles ram.
pala-a la Kathcred la Pari, from
remark, made by llaron llayashl,
Japanese ambassador to Italy.
FlXaNf-E COMMITTEB of the Hna
laa Duma nay. the amount which
yet mast be raised to meet Iho nn.
tlon. expenditure for 1U1R I.
more than 1 ,".00,000,000.
Rl'ISIAN RESIgTANCB to the Tea.
tonle advance la dereloplua;
rordlasT to tha latest report from
liy special arnui(teiuent with
eight of the leading moving
picture theaters THL I1KK Is
cnublcd to krlve its reader a
combination coupon good for
a free admission to any one
of them on days specified.
In Sunday's Dee
Battle is Raging in Front of the
Outer Forts of Grodno Stronghold
BE RUN. Sept. 1. (Via txindon.) Or
tmn troops f ghtmg for (Jrotlno are now
in front of the oi.tri ring of forts of
itlist stronghold, aoo. idieig to todny's of
ficial statement from Oi-rmnn army
.hindquarters. The text of the stntetnrnt
"Wentern theater: The situation Is un
'Ts'orthwont of Ustaume an rngll.ih
aeroplsno was shot down by one of our
Knstern theater, army of Field Msr-
shsl Von llimlciihurg: On the wentern
front pf Oroilni, our troi,IV, Rre , fr(,nl
if he outer i i-e of fort.
.1.",ltw"T ;lo!!: r"rt Kof,hk0,k-
the forest of Binlovesh, the ennmy Is
1 b Hii i I, tln-r p.ii'iieiV
I Army or iTince ijcopoiu or Havana:
I The upp r .:v I. its been croseed.
"Arrav of h'VM Mnrshtl Von M'xeUen-
Ullr Plt continues. Wherever
t'-e enemy lia.i made a rianil he has
Southeastern theater: The troop of
Oenernl fount Von rv.thoere. In the face
nf l',K' resistance by the enemy.
strniel heluhls on the banks of the
strpB orth of Zhorow overcoming a
INTR R N R ) SHIPS
Supposed Cases of Asiatio Cholera at
New York Are Found to Be Due
to Food Poisoning.
VICTIMS NOT DANGEROUSLY ILL
WASHINGTON. Sept. 1. What
was feared to be an outbreak of
cholera on the Hamburg-American
liner President Lincoln, laid up at
Iioboken since the beginning of the
var, has turned out to he nothing
more than food poisoning. Surgeon
General Blue of the public health
service, who investigated at once, got
reports today showing that the sick
Germans aboard the ship were in no
Interned Ship Quarantined.
NEW YORK, Sept. L All of tha Ham
burg -American and North German Lloyd
liners which have been tied up at Hobo
,ken since ths declaration of war were
' today placed under quarantine following
the discovery that fifteen men aboard
; the Hamburg-American liner President
, Lincoln were suffering from Illness, the
.vmotoms of whieh rmhi. alu
symptoms of which resemble Astatlo
Tho President Lincoln was placed
under, quarantine yesterday -.whoa sua
. Dr Joseph F. Stack. Hoboksn health
: officer, declined to admit that the e
aminatlon had proved the case aboard ths
President Lincoln to be cholera. Ha ad-
ded that early prevention was "worth
Authorities here believe that if chol -
' era has broken out on tha German liners
th. hi...... ... ho,i.h k.,. trnm .
iatla ports by German refugees. During
the last year the German liners have been
Rumor Hill Will
Build Line from
Yankton to Denver
DBNVEK, Colo., Sept. t. (Special.)
! Tore Tclgen. a well known attorney and
i promoter of Slwux Falls, b. D., and
! party of capitalists from St. I'aul and
Minneapolis, have been here tha lost
week Interviewing the stockholders of the
Denver & ftoranton railroad,
a short linn
that has a rlfht-of-way to tho Union
depot, In relation to selling the road
This road ha. only one locomotive and a
,lnw v..,jr rxAinvuva p.iiu a.
few cars and runs a dally train to hold
It. franchise. The Havemeyers of New
York are ...ppo.ed to own sj,d control
York are supposed to own and control
the stock. The coming here of su-h a
number of capitalist, revives the report
of the building of the branch of the
Gnat Northern railway from Yankton
to Denver, via O'Neill, Hyannls, Oskosh,
crohhlng the -naln line of tha Union Pa-
clflf! Bt Sidney, Neb., and tnenre to Har-
den, Colo., whero the Plutte river wl'l
le crossed. From Harden the road will
n" . 'V'"" . r'!nVer-
Fcrsnton railroad. This road nlll shorten
the d ntnnoe from St Psul to Denver over
2"0 miles. The same route was surveyed i
by the Klkhorn railroad, a branch of tha
Northwestern, alout tn years ago, but
' abandoned when the Northwestern made
a lle-nn u-lth lha 1'nion P..I..
At S o'clock yesterday afternoon the
Iist year September 1 it was 76, but on unconscious, but still living, scsttered
Heptomber 6 the temperature went to 1"). 'among the deed. Msny of tha bodies
In 1S' It was 77 S'pt-mber 1, but bywhfn brought to ths surface could not
September 11 It had gone np to 100. OnD0 Identified. !
Hoptemher 17 It was 103. Kore sstcr
Wi Isr asserts that It Is lmpo-slb'e to
tell whether or not there will be an I
earl- fall. I
The earliest killing frost ever recorded .
bv th fimata weathr bum-, was on1"1500' N' ' '-Pcclal.-
Hl tember 18. 1801. The thermometer
droprd to 3! degrees aliove xero. In
188J there was no killing frost until No
vember 11 and on September I that year
the records show thst It was 71 above
FIRES ON AMERICAN BARK
BOSTON, Sept. 1 -T.e American bark
Ilulh Stark, owned In this c'.ty, was fired
upon twice by a German submarine on
August I. when ISO milts off Cape dear,
Ireland, according to the report of Its
commander upon its arrival here today
temporary delay, after a repulse of the
"During the month of August the num
ber of prisoners taken by Herman troops
In the eastern and northeastern theaters
of wsr nnt the quantities of war ma
terials captured during the same period,
tntsl.vl mors than S.CO0 officers and
2t men takrn prisoner, snd
cannon and (AO machine guns taken.
"Of these, 80,000 prisoners and 827 Can
non were taken at Kovno. About 90,000
prisoners. Including fifteen generals and J
more than 1,000 officers, and 1.SO0 cannon
and ISO machine guns, were tsken at
"The counting up of the cannon and
maehlne guns taken at Novogeorglevsk
has not yet been finished, however,
wlille the count of machine guns taken
at Kovno has not yet begun. The fig
ures quoted as totals, therefore, will be
' Ths stock of ammunition, provisions
and oats In the two fortresses cannot
"The number of prisoners taken by Oor-
man and Austro-Hungarlan troops since,
My I. when the spring campaign In
Ualtcla began, ha, thetefore Increased to j
onslilesnbly mora then a million. i
Story of Desperate Battle Between
Mexicans and American Pur
APPEAL FOR STATE MILITIA
SIERRA BLANC A, Tel., Sept. 1.
The body of General Pascual
Oroico, hero of the Madero revolu
tion of Meilco, lies tn an undertak-1
Ing establishment at Van Horn, Tex.
The body has been positively identi
fied as that of Orosco by a govern
ment official from El Paso.
All the Dig Bend country in the
vicinity of the boundary line of El
Paso and Culberson counties Is under tenta powers, with noma nope of sue
arms today as a result of fear of re- j cess.
trlsals by General Orosco's organisa- ''", oroSi Report.
;. ...V., t. PARIS, Sept. 1. The frrnch war office
tion of "Colorados," particularly the , thl, Rfternoon cav, out . ,utement on
followers of Eudardo Salinas, now at , ths progress of hostilities, reading as
Bostiue Bonlto, who infest the bor-.follow,:
der. An appeal for state militia ! . J'!"' "".T0"?"
in the course of the night around Nsu-
protection 1b under way. Iviiie et. Vaaat. in the region of Roye
The appearance of Orozco waa pre-and in that of Oubeiiv on the Buippss.
coded 8unday by automobile parties ! In th Aronh there waa violent can
.... . , , , , nonadlng yesterday to ths north of Fon
of Mexicans from El Paso, inquiring , ulne Houtt the Ch.vauche.
the route to Hot Springs. Orosoo ( Heighta During the nHjht it vagj calm.
at, thf Lore ranch Sunday mstje J$J& "'ia tj?T0"a ftor bomViardmentr
liar inquiries. It is believed Orosco
, . . A .. .
planned to meet Sallnaa at Bosque
Bonlto and then to proceed to Hot
Eprlngs to meet parties from El
Was orsranlalna Invasion.
From ths reports, American authorities
formed ths theory that Oro.c was trvlns-
to bring- to a focus an organised Invasion
'of Mexico or Texas upon a large scale
under the name of nationalist party. Into
thl. n. k. ui...
tingents of all factions. That this party
was eventually soon to align with Car-
ranxa, and not with Huerta, In the event
of t'arransa's rerussl to accept the A. B.
C. plan for a peace c 'inference of Mexl
oan leaders, ts a conjecture.
Story of Man llant.
The story of the twenty-four-hour man
hunt which ended In the death of Gen
eral Orosco In the Green River canyon,
between the Eagle and the High Lone
some mountulns, Monday, reads like
inage front a border romance. The chase
WM through ths wildest part of the Big
Twenty-four ranch own-
! ers, . cowboys, customs house officials
''n1 troopers from the Thirteenth cavalry
i Th newl thRt th raiders were In ths
vicinity spread along the rural telephone
clrou,t Bunday afternoon. Tha raiders
! wr ,npn conslrtored a party of outlaw,
wno nM tnlov during the last four
(Continued on Page Two, t'olunm Th
Dies as Result of
Explosion in Mine
JOHNSTOWN. Pa, Sept. l.-An ex
plosion of gas In the Ordena mine of the !
Merchants' Coal company at Boawell yes-
I terd.y claimed
Its nineteenth victim
today when James Bergalena died In a
hospital hers. Two other miner, were
ssld by hospital d dors to be In a criti
cal condition. Ignition oi a pocket of
gas caused the exploHnn.
Mine officials said that the feet Ion of
the mine where the explosion occurred
hsd bien condemned. Martin McClure.
the foreman. It was stated, made a care
ful Investigation and, convinced that the
entries were safe, sllowed the miners to
gn to work. McClure Was killed.
Rescue crews workid Tor hours before
they reached ths point where the tragody
oocurred. There they found eight men
FARo SHFIr Tnq HOOD
FOR PRISONERS TO LEAVE
-''yrn Hr"on" " lumms county
Jail at Wililston, west of here, refused
to leave, their cells when ths prospect
of a ln.ll delivery was held nut to them
by Kenneth Jordan, an ".-year-old boy,
who has been In the charge of ths
sheriff for some time. Louis Olson, held
on a charge of larceny, was the only
Prisoner t escape.
Kenneth procured the cell keys from
the Juller's office, when Olson told him
that the prisoners w.nted to "get out
soma voed for h slerlff."
When Hlierlff Carl Ertckson returned af
ter a brief absence he found eleven pris
oners waiting for him la their open cells,
Ths men said the sheriff had bosa 'too
good to them" for them to leave.
WEDGE INTO THE
Riga is Almost Isolated and Must
lall Soon Unless Heavy Force
is Thrown Against Hin
COUNTER OFFENSIVE ON STRIPA
Russians Turn at Bay in East Qali
cia and Inflict Large Losses on
SIXTH DAY OF ARTILLERY DUEL
LONDON, Sept. 1. Germany's
plan for driving three wedges Into
the Russian defensive lines is being
carried forward, hut not with the
Mtlw peod as marked the I weep OTer
Poland. Klga is almost isolated and
unless the Russians soon throw
heavy forces against Von Hlndea
Lurg's exposed flank this port must
fall Into the hands of the Invaders.
Although this northerly attack seems
to have been checked for the mo
ment, the Russian have been unable
to deve'op a counter offensive In
that region comparable with their
activities In east Gallcia, where, on
the river Strlpa, they have not only
turned at bay, but have inflicted
large losses on their opponents.
For a period of five or six days on the
western front a rain of shells from
French guns has been poured on the
German trenches. The object of this un
usual artillery attack has not bean dls-
closed, but It Is not believed her that so
much precious ammunition would be used
merely to damage ths German works
without some sort of concerted effort to
occupy the shattered trenches.
The Ilalkan problem Is again to the
fore. Kmphasla Is placed on reports that
Jloumanla and Bulgaria are seeking to ar
rive at an understanding with tha an-
"- . mo enemy
etsnimi launched against our
trenches at Linge and schratsmannei a
violent attack. We maintained our posl-
tiot"- M midnight a new German attack
Rnsalnn Loss Over Million.
BERLIN, Aug. 1. (By Wireless to Say.
ntlll. t A . ....
'"'"' review ox uie eastern
tn, 0v. " N.w! ZusanSl .his
May I th7 RuaaL ha J
' JL'L J5! vo lost .at
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on Page Two, Column Four.)
j Holland Will Buy
NEW YORK. Aug. 1. Lieutenant Com
mander Henri G. Van Bteyn of the Dutch
navy, was one of the arrivals today on
the steamer Noordam from Rotterdam.
Its said he held a commission to purchase
an unlimited quantity of aeroplanes and
hydroplanes for Holland from American
I "From observation during the war we
, have concluded that the American aero-
planes and hydroplanes are tha best,"
said Commander Van 8teyn. "All of the
machines will be used by Holland as a
psrt of the national defense Improvements
now being undertaken there. We do not
Intend to enter any war, but wish to be
Dr. Frank C. Davis of Minneapolis, an
other passenger and pres'dent ef tha
American Medical asioclatton of V'enna,
declared that food price. In Austria have
uuuuim ill . ' a ib.i iiiiiv iin'iiin..
THE WANT-AD. WAY
All Rl(ht Bmml.
There la a aloe Utile buslnsae.
Is aet very widely knows.
If you woulu ilk. to get ia ,
tart a poultry farm of your set.
It won't take a big pile of eaaa
To make an esol sat start i
You'll find out, after youT. tried N,
With your eulckca. you'll hate to part
Tbe beat way to gt good poultry
Is knows as th. Want At way.
Just as. a Want Ad tn TRY) PCS
Aad youH get chicken, that lay,
A market rsn be aulrklv cheated
fur V"Hry, K -ga and Supplies by
a tud'clous and persistent nit of
BEE WANT ADS Try THB WEB
at once by teiaphoelng Tyler
wt it nr xmc omaba BrsL