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PAOES 0E TO SIXTEEN
VOL. XLV-NO. 14.
OMAHA, SUNDAY MORNING, BEITKXUlHt ID, 1D15-F1VE SFXTIONS-F01!TV l'AOKS.
SINGLE COrY FIVE CENTS.
OQYS AND GIRLS
DY THE THOUSAND
FULL POWERS TO
TREAT WITH U.S.
CITY OF VILNA
ON THREE SIDES
GEKMAN ENGINEERS ERECTING A TEMPORARY BRIDGE This work, no -peedv
and effective, is what made the German advance into Russia possible. The photograph
shows the building of a bridge across the Bag river,
WILL SEND GERMAN
ARMY JO TURKEY
Statement Printed in Berlin that
Large Force Will Go to Relief
TURKISH POSITIONS BESTROYED
Twenty-Five Hundred "Kids" Crowd
Tabernacle While "Billy" Sun
day Talki to Them About
ALL WOULD LIVE FOR JESUS i
Jlamei Sijjned to Cards Which Will
Be Uied ai Working Basis
for Sunday Schools.
URGES DON'T PLAY FOR "KEEPS"
t ft. m. Grand rally of twelve Sunday
eohools at Tirst Congregational Ohuxo.i,
sTlaeteeath end Davenport, Miss OwuUn.
IOiSO a. m. Sunday at the Tabsraiee.
t p. nu Sunday at the Tabernacll.
ten only. Subject, "Chlokena Com
Soma to Boost."
p. m. Meeting lor woman ta tha
aVadltorlum, Mrs, Sunday.
TiSO p. nv Sunday at the Tabernacle.
TiSO P. nu "Overflow" meeting at
glrat Snethodiat church, Mrs. Sunday
and Xra. Ashsr.
Twenty-five hundred "kids'
laughed and gasped and wriggled
with delight and Interest yesterday
afternoon at the tabernacle as
"BlUy" Sunday told them stories,
told them what they ought to do and
what they ought not to do and told
them of Christ.
The childish faces were turned
up to him and over them flitted the
emotions that his stories and antics
roused. Billy is a great story teller
and a great actor. He imitated tho
whin and the Bhuffle and the coat
eleeve . nose wiping of the bad boy
and he told them of the good deeds
of good boys and the rewards of good
And a'ter his talk he suddenly called
en all tha children to rtsa who wanted
to live good Uvea and live for Jeau'a, and
they rose together. Then "Billy" called
Sot 6"9 grown persona to take their
feames and addresses and church prefer
ences'. Theae card will be turned over
to ministers and be the foundation of a
reat ingathering of the youngster to
tbt Sunday schools.
Homer Rodeheaver began the Service
toy palling on groups and leading In sing
ing "Brighton the Corner." The Bethany
Evmdajt school reloased a lusty yell,
which fncTuded! "tha line-,-"When BMy
Pete Through." - j t. . ..
Newsies on Hand. .
, The front rows were occupied an hour
before the meeting started. Two newalea
brought , their unsold papers to tha taber
nacle and offered a paper to "Body" as
they passed tha platform.
A freckled-faced youngster asked Chief
TTsher Bowman If he might alt upon tho
platform, with Mr. Sunday. A pretty
littta miss with curls brought her doll,
and a boy had a bottle of red pop stick
ing out of bla coat pockets.
A remarkable feature of the prelimin
ary moating waa the singing of a duet
by Homer Hodehaaver and -year-old
Harry Stafford, who Uvea at 3711 Lin
coln boulevard. Tna cnua a voice naa i
risen so clear and sweet in the singing
hy the children that the choir leader a at-
tention waa attracted, nnd he asked the
boy to aing wun mm. iiarry na a m ,
remarkable voice for one so young and 1
waa rewarded by tremendous applause.
Wrlaaled with Joy.
"Billy" kept tha klddlea Interested every
minute. He told atorlea and they wrig
gled with joy. There waa one about a
CtmUnued on Faga Seven, Column Five.)
Bartley Couple Found
By Denver Officers
DENVER, Colo., Sept. W. (Special Tel
egram.) Government agenta today found
I O. Tlmpey of Bartley, Neb., and Mil
dred Hodgkln of Culbertson, who came
hare In an auto early thla week. It la
aid that a marriage haa been agreed to
which will probably cauae federal prose
cution of tha man to be dropped.
Aberdeen Man Kills
Wife and Himself
1 ABBRPET5N, S. D., Sept 11 What
probably will prove a triple tragedy oc
curred here at noon. William Vogt of
Bismarck, N. D., entered tha home of hla
wife's mother, shot hla wife, her mother
and self. Vogt and wife are dead and
her mother la dying. Mrs. Vogt had
recently left her husband. '
Forecast till 7 p. m. Sunday:
Tor Omaha, Council Bluffs and Vicinity
-Fair; not much change in temperature.
Tasaperatara at Omaha Yesterday.
6 a. ra U
a. m 61
V a. m tl
S a. m 61
a. m 63 '
10 a' m S ,
11 a. m :
1 p. m ' '
t p. m : 77
3 p. m ' I
4 p. 111 77 1
I. in 71
p. m 71
1 p. in 71 1
para I It
Wli 11U lll 191.
.... 7 T 75 3
6u U 43
.... 7V 7
Urea from p.orml since March 1
Tvormat temperature M
'.xcea for the day t
Total defk-iency since Marc) 1 tit
Normal precipitation ln-h
Kxoesa for he day 4 inch
'Total rainfall since March 1.. 23 .'. Inches
- Itortrlrni'y s.nce alan h ii, ncn
i Ifericleiuy for eor. period. 1W4.. I 46 Inchaa
i-lkk-iicy for oor. period. 1U.. 7.17 Inch
L. A. Wfc.UgH, Lcal Forecaster.
II v'l ;
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" BALM DRAFT
Railway Union Officials Say Con
scription Wonld Be Followed'
by General Strike.
PRAISE STATEMENT OF THOMAS
LONDON. Sept. 18. The execu
tive committee of the Amalgamated
Union of Railway Servants unani
mously endorsed today the statement
In the House of Commons on Thurs-
flay 01 J
IX. Thomas that conscrip-
tlon . would bring on an industrial
revolution and that the railway
workers would 8to work
, ' , '
The resolution adopted by tha commit
tee congratulates Mr. Thomas, who la
the organising secretary of the labor
body) upon hla "fin statement'', and In
dorses the vltws he expressed.. It adds:
"The committee Instructs tha general
secretary Immediately to summon thla
executive committee If the government
Introduces. any. proposals. for. compulsory,
military service." t .
' The executive' committee,' before '"Mr:
Thomas made hla speech In the Com
mons, had adopted a resolution record
ing its opposition to conscription.
Many Ministers to
Watch Sunday Land
Sinners Upon Trail
Every afternoon and evening, beginning
with Tuesday, when the annual confer
ence of Methodist Episcopal churches of
Nebraska will begin, will be used by the
1,000 attending ministers and lay dele
gates solely for the purpose of hearing
No business or addresses are scheduled
on tha program for the afternoons and
evenings of the conference aesslon. All
those attending the church gathering will
spend that time in listening to tha base
ball evangelist exhort people to hit the
Seats will be reserved each evening at
the "tab" for ministers, 600 of whom are
expected to attend the conference. About
that number of laymen will also attend
tha conference and the trall-hltting
gatherings, so the latter meetings will
' be sreatlr swelled bv tho Huthnriuii Hu,.
ling the week. Their sessions continue
: until Monday, September tl.
"Ma" Sunday is on tha conference pro
' gram for an address Friday afternoon at
o'clock. She wUl talk at the Firet
Methodist church, tha conference head
quarters, after the "tab" meeting that
LITTLE GIRL BADLY
MANGLED BY A DOG
SIOUX FALLS. 8. !.. Sept. M -Attacked
by a vicious dog. Lucille Norrta.
the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W.
K. Non-U, of Henry, waa badly mangled
before aha could be rescued. Tha little
girl and a number of playmates were
playing with tha dog, as they had done
many times before, when tba animal,
which evidently had become tired and
cross, auddenly attacked tha little girt,
seriously wounding her about tha head.
The girl's mother and aoma neighbors,
after considerable effort, aucoeeded In
driving tha dog away. Tha animal was
killed y tha town xnarabaL
OF MEXICAN RULE
Pan-American Delegates Will Make
that Retfommeadatioii' to Theif
' Governments. '
ASSERTS THAT TIME HAS COME
NEW YORK, Sept 18. The, Pan
American conference: on Mexican af
fairs announced. at the conclusion of
its meeting today that each of the
dlplomatle representatives would
recomend to their government that
in their Judgment the time has now
come to extend recognition to a
government In Mexico. .
After declaring that the def actd
government aspiring to recognition
must possess "the material and moral
capacity necessary to protect the
live of nationals and foreigners,"
the conference announced in a state
ment .that .each of the participating
governments "shaU .itself Judge such
capacity and recognition will like
wise be extended by each govern
ment separately at such, time as It
may deem proper."
The statement makes no definite
announceent regarding the time of
recommendation, but it is that it will
come within the next few weeks.
Secretary Lansing announced that tha
question of recognition would be further
considered at a meeting of the Pan
American diplomats to be held In New
Tork three weeka from today.' At this
meeting it la understood tha decision aa
to what government to recognise In
Mexico will be made.
Two Carloads of
TOLEDO. O., Sept." lS.-One man waa
killed and heavy property loaa waa sus
tained today when two cars of gasoline
exploded at the plant of the lllckox Pro
ducing company, manufacturers of gaso
line. The victim waa M. Market, an em
ploye. The oxplalon waa felt two miles
away. Night workera. at'.ll asleep, were
thrown out of their bede two blocks
away and thoutnnda of panes of window
glass ware shattered.
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General Villa and Nain Army
Flee from Torreon to Chihuahua
FJL PASO. Tx., Sept 18. Reports that
the evacuation of To-reoi waa prictl
cally completed yesterday and that Cen
tral Villa Is now at Chlhuut-ua with uut
of his army, were brought to the Vf.l't
by foreigners arriving toda-.
It was said thirteen troop trains had
reached Chihuahua, bringing all tha ar-,
tillery. horses, camp equipment and what
la left of tha Villa army, together with
the household goods of the officers and
General Villa's family were said to
have participated In tha flight from
lie ports among tha refugeea hare In
dicate there la a wall defined plea among
- OCCUPIED LANDS
Belgium, and Certain Sections of
I 'FraneSs Wflt Be Proclaimed Part
'. of,-German Empire.
WILL ORGANIZE CIVIL REGIME
GENEVA, Sept. 18. (Via Paris.)
The Lausanne Gatette says It has
learned that. the German government
has decided to Issue a declaration
annexing to the German empire the
occupied territories in ' France and
The Casvtte ays this measure has been
determined upon for the near future, be
cause It now appears impossible that tha
war will, be ended aa had boen hoped,
before , winter. According to thla news
paper, 'the German government Intends
to organise the conquered territory from
a political and' administrative standpoint,
which . la expected to. strengthen Ger
many's moral position. Civil admlnis
tratlon haa bean slowly replaotng mUl
tary rule la the occupied reglona and, the
Oasette. continues, this prooass wfll he
British Tank Ship
Sunk by Torpedo
IXJNDON, Sept IS. 1:3 p. m.)-The
British tank steamer San Befertno haa
been torpedoed and sunk by a submarine.
Three members of Its craw of forty-two
The San Sefertno, of S.480 tone gross
and 420 feet long, was built last year and
owned in London. It waa laat reported
aa having sailed in August from Puerto,
Mexico. Its destination waa not given.
Trench Diggers Find
, Old French Coins
NANCT, France. Bwpt IS. While dig
ging tranches In tha forest of Champa tv
oux French soldiers discovered a beard
of ancient French coins of tba early sev
enteenth century, evidently burled at the
time of tha French enry Into Lorraine,
under Loula XIII. Under the provisions
of the law, half tha treasure will go to
the state and the other half to the sol
dier, who found it.
the military leaders to wage guerilla
warfare against tha Carransa foroaa
from Chlhuaiiua City.
It waa aald that tha force gatWlog
at CVhuahue will split Into email bands
ar 4 awtng back along the lluea of Obra
goa'e communications, acting Independ
ently, but co-operating v,1tn Oeaaral
VUia aa chief of operations.
Tha arrival at Juarex of a rattle ear
leaded with etlver bullijn n-vlved rumors
that Villa was preparing tj ship to the
border some of tha loot secured from
General Tomas frblna. whom Villa exs
cuted two weeks ago. VUia officials,
bowoVer, denied that the ear eontaiuad
ear of the Vrbioa loot
German Ambassador in Possession
of Complete Information and
Authorized to Make Settle
ment of Case
FINAL ACTION TAKEN IN BERLIN
Washington Officials Feel that
Matter Will Be Adjusted
VON JAG0W GIVES ASSURANCES
BERLIN (Via London), Sept. 18.
A full settlement of the submarine
problem can probably be arransed
by negotiation In Washington. Count
von Bernstorff, German ambansador
to the United States, Is in ponHHton
of complete Information regarding
the wishes and policy of Germany,
so the Associated Press Is lnforrnod,
and has boen given power to nego
tiate terms of settlement with tho
United States subject only to final
revision and approval by the home
A long report on the submarine sltua- t
tlon was received here from fount von
Bernstorff Thursday and an equally long!
message of Instructions went forward to !
the ambassador thla morning. Both dls- 1
patches were of a nature which seems '
whole submarine problem can be speedily
and safely settled.
The form which the negotiations are
sow taking goea to atrengthon title opti
mism for in auoh conversations Count
von Bernstorff Is In a position to com
municate many things not adapted to In
clusion In a publio note, but which are
of a nature to convince the American
government's settled determination to
remove tha sources of the conflict on the
submarine quest ton.
The hope Is expressed here that the
negotiations can be pushed through with
out delay, and that no further lasuea
may be brought into complicate a settle
ment. Can't Repadlate Report.
Foreign Minister von Jagow said In this
Interview that Oermany could not well
repudiate the report of tha commander
of the submarine, which aank the Arabia.
Nevertheless there waa room for a dif
ference of opinion and Germany would
examine carefully the avldenoe from
- He repeated- the aaauramoa that, saeray
paaaenger steamers, which respected tha
saeritlm od ..would not be attacked
without warning, saying eotpllait direc
tion had teen given tha aubmaxtna com
manders, and assarted that tha whole
German government stood behind this
Roeder Admits He
Bought Votes and
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., Sept IS. Ernest
Roeder, who recently pleaded guilty to
the eleotlon conspiracy Indictment on
which Mayor Joseph 12. Dell Is being
tried, today admitted In court that he
gave Edward Lyons, Joseph Markoy and
other so-called slate candidates votes
without counting the ballot; that he
bought votes and voted persons Illegally
at tha election.
Roeder aald he waa the progressiva
primary clerk and was chosen at the sug
gestion of Dennis Buah, co-defendant and
atreet commissioner, and Jamee H. Gib
son, who haa pleaded guilty.
' "Buah told me to be at the precinct aa
there would be a vacancy on the board
and I would be chosen," aald Roeder. "I
waa not a progressive. I waa Instructed
to give the vote to Lyona."
The witness said he worked with Gibson
on election day and bought a number of
votea with money given him by Gibson.
Roeder said he brought three men to tha
polls, who did not live In tha precinct and
voted them under the name of persons
who lived In tha precinct, but ware out
of tha city on eleotlon day.
The Day's War Nets
(IKRMAN ARMY la to he aeat ta
Turkey, aeeordltar to statements
attrlbated to Knver Pasha, the
Tarklsh war minister, In a dis
patch from Constant B4la by way
GERMAN GOVERNMENT lateada
shortly to lasao m deelaratloa annexing-
to the Oeraeaa empire the
territory la Iraae aad Relglam
accepted by German troops, It la
declared la press advices received
GERMAN SUBMARINE haa tor
passed aad auak the Hrlllsh task
steamer Saa gefertae, of 0,430
toaa. Of Ita ere w of forty-two
throe men era aiteslaa.
IN THE DARDANELLES the Preach
pooord m aaeoeaa la tho deatraott a
roetardar of Tarklsh mJae gnal
oT. ATTACKS ST THE TURKS oa the
Irak froat of tho eateato allies oa
the Oalllpoll pcalasala resulted la
the killing of haadreda ef the ...
petitionary force, tho Tarhlah war
At'STatlAJ ATTEMPTS to invade
Serbia have haB roeemed, accord
ing to tho war offleo at NIsh,
which reports that three efforts
f tho Aaatrtaae to eroea the River
darlaei tho alerhi of apfeav.
her 14 woro fraatrated.
RUSSIANS CONTlHt'R to ho pressed
back alone- the northern end of
Inrlr line. Vllaa Is appareatly oa
the point of fallluaT, while Dvlnsk
Is ecroosly threatened. In the
eealh they are continuing; their
BERLIN, 8ept. 18. (By Wireless
to Tuckerton, N. J.) A message
from Constantinople, as given out
here today by the Overseas News
Agency, quotes Knver Pawn a, Turkish
minister of war, as saying that a
great German army was to to to
The News agency says:
"A Constantinople telegram states
that at a review of troops held In
honor of Duke Johann Albrecht of
of the Turkish forces at tho
Dardanelles, Knver Pasha said the
presence of the duke was the fore
runner to the arrival of a great Ger
TurkUfc !'( Ion Destroyed.
PA Rid, Sept. ia The destruction of a
Turkish poettlon on the Oalllpoll penin
sula by French forces waa announced to
day by the war offloe. The announce
ment follows: .
"In the lsrdanellee from September
IS to September 17 there waa no move
ment of Importance. The Turka at
tacked several positions of cur front by
moans of mines, which had not been
employed by them up to this time. On
the morning of the lTth an enemy mine
gallery waa destroyed. The operation
waa successful without coating us a
The following statement regarding tha
progress of hostilities on the rranoh
German northern Una waa given out thla
"There was diversified activity during
tha night In the anctor of Neuvllle-Reolln-court,
before Roys and upon the plateau
of Quennevierea. There were frequent
artillery bombardmenta with guns of va
rious oallbera and hand grenades con
flicts, but without activity on tha part
of tha infantry.
"In tha region of nerry-Au-BeA and in
Champagne, in the region around Perthes
and between tha A lane and the Argonne
district there was continuous and lively
"On the rest of tha front there
nothing to report"
Forging Qhecks to
Amount of $15,000
LOI ANOELEB, OaL, Sept M.-Carl
ft Binary, head of the Insurance depart
ment ' of tha Los . Angeles Investment
company, was Jailed early today after
he waa alleged to have oonfessed to of
ficers that ha had forged checks on tha
company amounting to approximately
$15,000. Emery had been under surveil
lance for several days while officers of
tha Inveetment company were Investi
gating auspected employee.
The district attorney has promised to
Issue a complaint today. Officers visited
Emery and questioned him at length.
During the questioning the accused em
ploye ta deolared to have made a confes
sion, which resulted in his arrest
Emery'a forgeries, it Is said, began
during the term of offloe of Charles A.
f.liler.. former prealdent of the Los An
geles Investment company, recently con
victed of misuse of the company's funds.
Ills method waa to make fraudulent re
turns of large policies written for sup
posed clients and present demanda on
the oompany from general agenta of the
Inauranco companlea for the premiums.
Father of Mystery
Boy Declared to Be
An Unfit Guardian
FORT WORTH, Tea.. Sept .-Tne
"Mystery Boy," the T-year-old lad whose
Identity haa pusiled tha authorities for
weeks, la Roy Carall of Fort Worth and
net Tommy lclo of Juebec, Canada, ac
cording to a decision handed down In the
United States district court here today.
Because of tha decision. Mr. and Mra
Peter Delo of Quebeo, loaa their fight
for the boy whom they had Journeyud
half way across the continent to establish
as their missing son.
In deciding that EX S. Carall was the
father of the boy, the oourt also decree 1
that Carell's rosmlng habits and finan
cial condition precluded allowing hint tha
cuatody of tha child, and a home for the
boy will be found by the court.
To determine which of the two claim
ants were parents of tha child, Carall
yesterday asked tha court to make a
scientific character analysis of the boy.
An examination was said to have re
vealed traits, claimed to be hereditary,
similar to those of CarrelL
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NEW MOVEMENT IN THE SOUTH
Central Empires Apparently Prepar
ing to Strike Blow at Serbia
SH0W-B0WN IN BALKANS NEAR
BERLIN, Sept. 18. (Via Lon
don.) Russian advanced positions
have been taken In an attack on the
Dvlnsk bridgehead, and the Russian
front has been broken through to the
south at several points between
Vtlna and the Nlemen river, it was
officially announced by German
LONDON, Sept. 18. The city of
Vllna is now virtually Invested on
three sides. The troops of Field
Marshal Von Mackensen have
reached a point near Vileika, thirty
seven miles southeast of the 'city.
The fall of Vllna would place in
possession of the Germans a consid
erable section of the railroad to
Petrograd, a portion of which, be
tween Dvlnsk and Vllna, they al
On the southern end of the battle
line the Russians continue to gain
successes, their latest achievements
being the capture of 1,300 men along
the Strlpa. Little activity is re
ported from the center of the line,
where readjustment is expected, fol
lowing Field Marshal Von Macken
sen'a capture of Plnsk.
Now KtrtM.it ta Bowtk.
Reports that the Auatrlana and Ger
mane have decided to Initiate a new of
fensive campaign are multiplying, but
there la little concrete evidence concern
Ing tha direction which it may be ex
pected to take. Cabling from Rotterdam,
..Iseveral correspondents assert they have
reasons to belleee tha central powers have
not only daoldad to strike a heavy blow,
but have already put under way prellmin.-"
err military movements. The objective
of .the nsw campaign, is ganaralUy beLUved
to be either Italy or Serbia, Apparently
there baa not tteea any great oonoentra
tlon of troopg alonar the Danube and Seva
Considerable aorlvtty has bean displayed
along this front recently. Auatrtan at
tarapts to eroea the' rivers have been
checked and, according to official reports
from NIsh. Serbian artillery haa destroyed
fortified worka on tha hanks of the river.
It la felt here that tha Balkan problem
has reached a critical stage. The Turco
Balglan agreement coupled with tha an
Bounoexnent of Premier Radoalavoff of .
Bulgaria, that public opinion was op
posed to any attack on Turkey, seems
ta have settled tha attitude of the Bul
garians, at least so long aa the Dardan
ellea remain eloeed to tba entente powers.
There probably will be no further de
velopment In tha controversy over con
scription until Parliament meeta again
Russian Official Report.
PETROGRAD, Sept 17.-Vla London,
Sept. 11) The war offloe today Issued
the following statement:
"In the region of Riga there wero en
gagements ef a mail dotaohmeats en the
river Bkea and some plaoes on the west
ern bank of the Dvlna toot ween Jaoob
etadt and Drtnak. Enemy attacks west
aad southwest of Dvlnsk continue. The
enemy offensive between the Dvtnak road
and Lake Bemava was repulsed by our
artillery fire. In a skirmish north of
Bvlentsyany near the village of Davgel
lachkl tho latter village remained In the
possession of the enemy.
"In the region of Vllna and east of
that point there waa stubborn flghlng
which already had taken some time in
developing. To the left of the VUlya
between the branch railway Unas from
Vllna to Novo Svleatayany, Molodeohno
and VUolkl, enemy detachments at some
plaoee reached the Novo Vlleisk-Molo-dachno
railroad. In many places In this
region and In the region of Lakes Mod
slol, Narotch and Svlr southwest of
Svlentsyany, engagements arcurred with
strong detachments of cavalry. Tha Clct
mana are developing vigorous attacks In
the direction of Vllna, aouthwest of
"Southwest of Orany repeated enemy
attacks against tha villages of EUnouty
and Dntslchkl ware repulsed. South of
Datslchkl, after stubborn fighting the
Germane suoceeded In ocoupytng tha
village of Rodatuny."
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von 'avorres. euoe, The Tamlly
Good on Mondays When aoeompen- Thoalor
ln'H.r. n.slonNnr.'cot. d, M.ond
with one paid pon aoud ereninca witii o.i.
ticket. Monday ulsht paid adnV.as-on.
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