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THE ni:E: OMAHA, THITHSDAY. SEITF.MRER 2, lOl.'i.
DROPS TO $4.50
BrtU of Fm Cent More Orer
Ifight Cansei Greatest Anxiety
in flew York.
MAY CHECK EXPORT TRADE
NEW TORK. Sept. 1. English
money, already depreciated to fit urea
without parallel in tbe history of
finance, took another phenomenal
drop today. The pound sterling sold
down within the first hour of deal
ings to 14.60, a break of 6 rents
over night and a downward plunge
of 11 cents within two days.
The drop earned the gravest anx
iety as to Its possible effect on Amer
ican export, now at top figures.
Continued and unchecked deprecia
tion, it was thought, would affect
lens of thousands of American work
men, possibly by ultimately closing
down factories now supplying Great
Britain with commodities.
Before that could happen, it was ex
plained, there would have to be cancella
tions or curtailment ot foreign orders to
Amerean producers, a, present total
Ins hundreds ot mi::icna of doilara, and
treat dlmunltlon in the value of new
orders. Both the latter contingencies were
exported. It was said, la raae atari Ing
ahould go much lower.
The Immediate effect of the treat drop
since yesterday's cloae was the virtual
paralysis of the foreltn exchange
Fear, amount na; almnat to conviction,
that sterling would go much lower yet.
checked trade and held the b.g factors
ia New Tork's International money
markets apprehenalve and awaiting the
There seemed little doubt that buyers
la Great Br. tain would soon refute to
bear the heavy burden of exchange.
Rumor Japan May
Assist in Campaign
"Wilson is More Clever Thin
Unlucky Bryan or Astute Roosevelt"
BERLIN, Sept. l.-HVia London).-The
Nation! Zcltung publishes today a lead
ing article under the heading, "Wilson,
nryan ana iiooeeveit. which Is note
worthy for lis friendly tone and for the
ungrudging admiration expressed for
The article begins by earing that dls
cusalons of the Arabic affair have been
in a quieter tone alnce Count von Bern
atorff, the Oerman ambssaador at Wash
ington, presented hla request to the
American government to delay action
unt I Germany has had the opportunity ef
preeentlnt Ha aide of the raae. Even the
anti-German newpapra admitted the jus
tice or this request, the article aaya, and
there now remalna no obatacla to friend
ly dlacuaalons of differences which, whllj
real, are by no means of surh a nature
aa to prevent a eatiafactory compromlee.
The personality of Pres dent Wllaon has
been Illuminated more atrongty than ever
before, the National Zeltung aaya, dur
ing the exciting daya through which
America hna Just passed. The president
will appear to many In a new light. Never
waa his position more difficult than dur
ing the AraMc crisis, "when Mr. Bryan
waa ca.llng upon America for peace ot
' any price and Colonel Roosevelt waa sum
moning them to war agalnat Germany."
President Wl.aon la pictured In the
art cle as standing between the two
rivaia, whoae activities threatened to
orine; about auch a situation that the
president might make hla attitude toward
Germany dependent on domestio political
"That President Wilson withstood
temptation and may be counted on to
withstand It further muat be acknowl
edged," the newspaper aaya, notwtth
atandlna the fact that the nmn
pie certainly have reason to be dlssat-'
lefled with Ms attitude In the matter of
aubmarlpe warfare." I
Mr. Wilson la characterised as a more
clover po.lt.clan than "the unlucky Bryan
and the astute polltl Ian Roosevelt" The
article la concluded with the statement
that Germany has always desired to
maintain the traditional friendly relations
w.th America and that It may be hoped
the Arabic rasa will serve to clear up
misunderstandings on both silos. It must
be possible, the srtlcte aya. to reach
an understanding, Inasmuch aa the points,
In Olspute are matters of principle andj
not of conquest, victories or defeats.
HEAD OF THE USHERS FOR THE
BILLY SUNDAY MLETIKGS.
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VIEW OF WILSON
ON SUBSEA WAR
(Continued from Page One.)
aunk the Arable has been destroyed by
a British rstrvl boat, the exact circum
stances may never be determined other
than by testimony from Hrltlah and
The German governments statement
that before the alnklng of the Arable
the submarine commander had been or-
flerea to sink no more paaaenger sIiIds
without warning may be taken aa a dis
avowal of that set.
The question of reparation for the
Americana who loat their Uvea on the
Lusltanla, the Arable and other shlpa
which have been torpedoed probably will
be the next step In the proceeding.
Secretary I.anstn has steadfastly re-
fused f n Aimrnmm lh. f ji.ii.kI. . i . u
. . ' vjwrnmn nmuuuiwr Unill me AraDIC
m tu8 uardaneiies i?cMnt 'p"j of. now h (. be.
wlJ , Ileved the way ha been opened for eon-
slderlng the Lus: tenia.
PARIS, Bept l.-What appears to ba Apparently the American government
aa Intimation that Japan may co-operate has secepled the Oerman declaration as
In the campaign to force the Dardanelles meeting Its attitude toward the treat
la contained tn an Interview with Baron ' ment of at) neutral shipping as well as
Hayashl. Japaneee ambassador to Italy. ; paaaenirer carrying veaala.
sent to the Petit Parlelen by Its Romei it la generally acknowledged that tn
correspnnaeni. ! agreeing to the contentions of the United
I cannot say much about that." the States. Germany expecta President Wll
baron I quoted as saying In reply to a son to renew his representations to Great
question regarding the Dardanelles, "for Britain against Interterencea with neu
we muat not allow our enemiea to profit tral trade. The president has ateadfastly
by Information about the movements of declined to conduct one negotiation In a
troops." I relation to the other, taking the position
vueuaame m par jin nua piayea in mat the diplomatic negotlatlona of the
(Continued ,frori Page One
the war, the ambaaaador said
"We have not oesaed to collaborate with
our allies to the extent assigned to ua.
Tbe world will be astonished when It
knows what we have done, what we are
doing and what we are wllilng to do.
The Russians are nearest to us and we
can be most useful to them. Rest as
sured It Is the greatest desire of Japan
te assist ia the sacred cause ot civilisa
tion." . , ., ? ;-. .
Adolph Pegoud, Noted
French Flyer, Killed
PARIS, gept l.-Re porta of the death
of Adolph Pegoud, the famous aviator,
have been officially confirmed. The news
caused sincere sorrow among the French
peop'e. who regarded him as a hero,
Pegoud, who waa only 16 years old,
served fve years In the rrench cavalry,
fighting In the Morocco campaign. At the
outbreak of the preeent war he Joined
the aviation oorpe as a private .but soon
gained a sub-lieutenant's commission, be
cause of his skill and daring. Ills ex
ploits won him the mil iary medal and the
military cross. Pegoud brought down hla
sixth German aircraft en July 11.
Adotnh Pewd arslned renown in 1U
when be originated the feat of flvlng
upside down in aa aeroplane and looping
the lop rn t r e i r '
be Joined the Fren-h aviation squadron
and several times since has been men
tioned in dispatches for valor. The laat
exploit credited to Pegoud was In April
when tie was reported to have attacked
and brought down a Oerman taube near
veers. At the warning, every ranch
hrmee became the sv-ene of activity and
preparatlona were mads to ride to the
The raiders were first discovered as
they approached the Love ranch Sunday
aftemo"n. The Mexicans left unrini'hed
a meal they had forced the cook to pre
pare, at ths point of a rifle, galloped to
the pump station on the rannh, where
they forced a ranch hand to shoe a horse
they hrd stolen from the ranch. While
the shoeing was being completed. Deputy
Sheriffs It. C. Love and Will Shock ar
rived. llssrils, F1M fee Liberty.
Oroseo and his companions mounted
hsstlty, sent a shower of shots st Love
nd Shock and made a running fight for
Iva sent an alarm through the rural
telephone circuit and then took uo the
chaae with Shock.
A posse of ten men. organised quickly
here, looped to the Love ranch, and
here plckrd up the trail of Love and
the deputy sheriff, who clung to the trail
f the ra'ders. firing shot for shot until
darkneaa closed In, and the poarea from
here arrived. Then It waa derided to
continue the chase through the nlaht
As esch ranch house was pasa"d addi
tions were mrde to the posse.
WEDGE INTO THE
(Continue 1 from Page One.)
captured by the Uer-
and t.iuo.uoo men
The anouncement from'
agency la aa follows:
I "General army headquarters publishes
a review of ths results of offensive move
monte a Poland and Russia alnce May
2, beginning with the battle at Gorllce.
Army headquarters estlmatea the strength
of the Russian troops which were then
. directly engaged In that reg on waa about
1.400,000. In the f ghtlng alnce May 3, 1.100.
000 have been captured and a minimum of
oai.um wounaed or killed. Th a la a con
servative estimate. The actual Miturea arc
surely much higher, because the Russlana
saved artl'lery by recklessly aacrlficlng
the'r Infantry. It la thus evident that the
armlea which were first attacked at the
beginning of the Austro-German offen
alve movement, have been ann'hllated
and their losses mads up by withdrawing
troops from other rerlona. especially
forces which were ready to Invade
"Oarr'eons of half drilled men were
hurriedly transported to the front from
Interior fortresses. Al' efforts of the Rus-
Prices Average Half and Less
In This Great
September Dress Goods Sale
Fifteen minutes spent in looking over these
dress goods bargains will do more toward
convincing you of their exceptional value
than whole columns of newspaper space.
You owe it to yourself to see the mean
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with this grand clearing of strictly high
grade desirable dress goods for Autumn.
If a new Autumn dress is a Fall need in your
home, visit this store at once. The good values
are truly marvelous. Beautiful novelties, diagon
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At Half Price and Less
'nna wrr fmttltiM hnvr Thv wr
The trull ! ...
..,i.mMII in riin inQ'inTains. over
United States with out belligerent could
not be conditioned on Its relations with
The new American note to Oreat Brit
ain making representations against the
restriction Impoaed by the orders In
council la almost ready to to forward to
Te Preaeat New Nets.
Ambassador Iternstorff has a general
and longer communication froth the For-
elgn office dealing with the case of the
Lusltsiila which Is expected to clear up
I any doubt as to the estent of the (3r
men assurance. In Oerman quarters It
Is Insisted they will be satisfactory.
Chief Justice White, who was among
Secretary Lana.'ng's cal'era, declared the
outcome waa the greatest dlplomatlo
achievement of the United States In a
inm munrgiiM eueoie 01 loaay s ae-'nem Toner, uenerai urosco snd a earn.
velopments Is to open the way for re- panlon then tried to secure the shelter
sumption ef negotiations between the of a small drew.
United States and Germany for an agree-1 Orosco's companion was riddled with
ment upon the rights of neutral shipping bullets as he stepped from the shelter of
on the high seas. The State department his rock. Orosoo nearly trained ths draw
had decided to have no further exchange ( when he wss struck by four bullets,
of notes with the German government.; The remaining alexlran for some time
ss officlala concluded that the apparent returned ahot for shot from behind a
uidi-anru vi Annnisn representations as pouiaer, Presently hs made a dash to
Mrs. Da al el Aatell.
FAIRDt'RT, Neb., Sept. l.-(BpeolaL-atre.
DanUd Aatell. a Jefferson county
c4oneer, died at ths home of ber son,
Frank Axtell, north of Falrbury. Death
was attributed to general debility and
Id age. Ura. Axtell, nee itaater Dellah
steward, was born In Meigs county, Ohio,
November 1. 14. She waa msnied to
Daniel Axtell st Athens, O., February
11. im. - The following year they "beard
the call of the west" and moved to Nebraska,-
locating tn Fillmore county In
ttre. In VSTi they again moved to this
county, locating on a homestead ftve
zones north of the city. To thla union
eight children were born and the sur
viving ones include Mra, Delia at. Joalln,
Charles O.. Unas, Frank and James A.,
of Falrbury. She la also survived by five
staters aad one brother and her aged
father tn Ohio, who la years old. The
funeral services were held from the
nosne of ber aon. Rev. H. N. Orrlll. of the
Methodist Episcopal church, officiating.
J asses Leary.
BEATRICE, Nco., 8epC 1. 8pecla'
Telegram.) James Lary. for thirty-five
years a resident of Beatrtoe, th rty years
a constable, died euddenly here today,
aged TT years. He waa a prominent figure
la every city and county republican con
vention for years. He Is survived by a
widow aad one daughter.
- Mta Marie HertMter.
FALLS CITY. Neb., Kpt, l.-(peclal.)
Vfs'te Ilerls'sr. tbe U-y ear-old da ig ter
of Mr. and Mra. Rliehard Iltrbater, Ly
ing near Barada. died et the City hos
pital Sunday. The body was taken t
tba home and the funeral held at the
family residence at I p. m., on Tuesday.
aaaaael T. Da via, Jr.
FAIRFIELD, Conn., Sept. . Samuel
T. Pavta. Jr., president of the Locomo
bile Company of America. - died at hU
summer borne here this morning after ai
Illness of several daya due to ptomaine
. WHHaae (rfras.
RrN'RDICT. Neb., Kept. 1 (8pecUI.r
WMuun Corooraa died euddenly at the
home of hie daughter. Mrs. Walter De
Oraw, la trie village yesterday. He waa
tt years old. The body wOl be take to
fct. Edward fur interment' '
neruona r-ntha. on hlirh ridges. When
dawn broke the posse found It etlll held
the trail, which now led acress a plain
to Green River canyon. In the High
Hte la Can ron.
At the entrance to the canyon the
Poeenfoord a cawinflre still glowing, and
sn advance guard was thrown out ti rl-k
up the Mexicans. By 8 o'clock ths ad
vsnos guard returned with news that the
Mexicans were encamped In a bos
canyon, apparently feel'ng safe from pur
suit. Their horses were Unsaddled, and
tmhbted at some distance from their
camp fire. Tt-e posse advanced stealthily
and then dismounted and climbed the
rurvsd sides of the mountain until they
gained a rtdge around the canyon.
From this point a volley was poured
down upon the Mexicans. At the first
velley ens Mexican was killed, ard the
rest dsshed for the protection of the
boulders and returned the fire. The posse
killed one of the remaining four at ths
and L'thuania. They were rolled back
ward In two separate groups. Twelvr
fortresses, imonr them four lare and
modern ones, which formed the R-ieslan
miter nnd Inner lines of defense, are In
the hands of the Germans and Auetrans.
TMa Is the resn't of a campaign of less
than four months."
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deservedly so. We ar6 now prepared to furnish
our patrons with every new model created by Soro
Priced from $4 to $7 a Pair
miitni lliaiBHi tmi
shown by the sinking ot the Arablo de
manded a severance of dlplomatlo rep
resenta'.lons unlesa some satisfactory ex
planation was volunteered by the Oer
man government It was felt that It
was undignified for the state department
to solicit such an explanation. Secretary
Lansing pointed out that the note dellv
climb the aide ef the canyon. He had
aacerded some distance when a volley
tumbled him dead to the rock basin
Tmmim Wilt Mart Friday.
OAI.VKRTON. Tex., Sept l.-It waa
learned today that the troops of the Sec
ond division, ordered from Galveston and
Crew, of Ship Sunk
by a Submarine
Reaches New York
NEW YORK, Sept t The steamer
Rosaano arrived today from Cardiff,
bringing Captain Wrye and the crew of
seven of the Prltlnh schooner Bt. Olaf,
which waa sunk by a submarine fifty
eight miles east of Qallyhead, Ireland,
cm August 19.
The csptaln of the St. Olaf said he was
bound from Llsnclly, Wales, for Parraa
boro. N. B., en the afternoon of August
19, when a Oerman aubmaiine appeared
off the port side of the schooner and or
dered ths vessel abandoned.
"The submarine commander gave us
ten minutes to get away." said Captain
Wrye. "Just aa all hands were pul ing
away the submarine opened fire on the
schooner, shellln It until It tilled and
canslred. We returned to the wreck and
hung on rntll the Roesano came along1
mora than five hours later."
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of the fundamental principle for which tore Friday. It Was said thst slnrs thers
the United Ststes has contended. It Is I is no hurry about the movement time
" ""P w't o o ciear is o-int glvsn the railroads to assemble
up any posaioie misunderstanding as to
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FIRE CHIEFS WITNESS
EXHIBITION OF SKILL
I' " ' - lbfs T rr h 1 loa,
LONION. sept l.-The admlrality has
given out no Inrormatlou cvi.oern.ug ths
fata of ths Oerman submarine wh'ch
aank the Arablo, Whether auch Informa
tion ia In Its possession Is Unknown, as It
is the policy of the admiralty to withhold
tewa of this character,
t'neff'ctal rnorts that ths submarine
has been sunk are being circulated
widely. It la aald the craft attempted to
torpedo the British steamer Nlcoslan.
which arrived al IJverpool from New
Orleans on Ausruet 14. five days aiter the
Arablo went down
Accord ng to thla account the Nlcoslan
escaped and the submarine while attempt
nm to sink It, fell a victim to a patrol
In Liverpool the report Is current that
the submarine has been captured and not
Miss E'ma Chrlstensen snd CTirle An
derson, both of Avfdubon. Ia.. were mar
ried by Rev. Charles W. Sevtdge at bis
tudy Wednesday morning. They were
accompanied by Mlaa Anna Anderson and
A. II. Cockerl'l of Council Bluffs.
Mra. Rou KerwextaU
TORK. Neb., Sept 1. (Special.) Mra.
Roes Kerwood. nee l.lstle Uraake, died
yeaterday even'ng at the family home.
six miles northwest of York. She was
yaars old. She leavee four aniall chil
dren, the youngeat being only t months
OXFORD. Neb.. Sept l.-Mr. Ed Best
and Miss Anna Schmlts were married In
he Oerman Lutheran church tn East
Oxford In ths presence of a large com
pany ef relatives and friends. The pas
tor. Rev. Mayer, officiated.
TBCUMSFH, Neb.. Sept t-Mr. Oeorge
W. Brett and Mrs. May McOlnnls were
married here tUls afternoon by County
Judge James Livingston. They will live
In Sterling where Mr. Brott has employ
ment tn a printing office.
VfjRK. Neb., Sept l.-8peclal ) DeV
berl, Erye and Miss Hattle Rogers, both
of Aurora, were married Monday after
Boon by County Judge M. O. Hopkins.
CIVTNVATT. Sent. I.-Ftre chiefs st
tending the annual nonvntlon of the In
ternational Aeoclat'on of Fire Enelneere
.r atii-tntrrs t"riav si an Thlhl'nn a
. P ent lVI1 by Clnrlnnstl fl.-emen at flehtlng
Ths first troops to go will be four com- names. A two ard a half story frame
' " "l""n"1 inianiry to uei I de1"ng. erected Tor the porpoa. was
Rio. Then six companies of this reyv ' touched off and the men eet to work to
ment will go to Fort Kam Houston. The : ,hd,ia Ihs f're. A test of motor firs en
Fourth infsntry will go te Harllngen. , g,,,,. wa, ai0 the program.
Tex., and the Sixth cavalry will follow
to the same point -The
troops are In readiness to start as ' 1
soon as railway equipment has been
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LONDON, Sept L-The terms of settle
ment of the troubles In the South Walee
coal flelda. which was arranged yeater
day In London, thus averting a poas'ble
cepted today at a general confere'nVor I SUlt Of a Welk Stomach, IXZJ
ne m ners ae'egates. held n Cardiff
The dlffleult'ee ere. therefore, now defin
itely adjueted. There waa some opposi
tion among the delegatea to the accept
ance of the terma agreed upon at the
T"""" conference, but thla waa soon
MftRUIS KUEN IN0UYE.
JAPANESE STUESMAN. DIES
TOKIO, Scot l.-Marqula Kaoeu
Inouye, one of the elder a ta teamen, died
today of nephritis, aged 90.
liver or clogged bowels
IT HELPS NATURE CORRECT SUCH
I TR0UELES AND IMPROVES HEALTH
The death of Marqu'e Kaora Inciye '
leavee only three survl Ing members of I
the powerful group of 'Genro," or elder,
statesmen, whose work and Influence
have had eo much to do with the up-1
building- of modern Japan. At first pos-j
seaaed of anU-foretgn ideas, he soon be
came a concert to the doctrine that'
western dv Ixatlon ahould be welcomed
to Japan aad aa active ia the estab.'
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