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TJIE BEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY, OCTOHEK
WAR LOAN CLOSES
Underwriter Announce that No
Subscription! Will Be Recnired
After Ten O'clock.
EOCEE FELLER TAKES BIO BLOCK
NEW YORK, Oct. 4. An Import
ant announcement Indicating the
mccesa of the Anglo-French loan
was mads today by J, p. Morgan A
Co. It was to the effect tbat no sub-JK-Tlptlons
to the underwriting will
he received after 10 a. m. tomorrow.
The statement of J. P. Morgan -'
"In behalf of the managers of the un
derwriting syhdloat of the Auglo-French
external oan, J. - P. Moraan Co.
announce that no subscriptions toward
the underwriting will be ircetvrd affrr
10 o'clock tomorrow (TuCsdsy). morning.''
John D. Rockefeller waa reported todnjr
to have subscribed to the IfcjO.OUl.OiO Anglo-French
bond issue. It I said Vila sub
scription waa among thw lent rot taken
hy Individual Investors and aipioxmated
C0.CO0.0O9. - r . '
Declines ta Comment.
At the Standard Oil office hure. a mem
ber of the Rockefeller staff declined to
comment on the report. Overtures look
ing toward Mr. Rockefeller's part clpallon
were made about two weeks ago, by J.
There la small likelihood that Mr.
Rockefeller's participation never will be
officially announced unices he aces fit t
announce It. The syndicate rnansgsr
have rttcWed not to make publle the l et
of large Individual subscribers on the
around that these nbecrller are their
clients- and that to talk of their affair
would be a breach of confidence.
Bubeoripllon for the loan continued to
pour In today. Theae seeking to subscribe
were a ' considerable number of British
and French rlt sens, residing abroad.
The foregn. order came by cable and
from the New Tork financial agents of
IMidon.and Paris bouses with wealthy
clients. ' -
; Notching at All
WASHINGTON. Oct 1 Secretary
Frank Morrison of the American Federa
tion of Labor-today made this statement
commenting upon the announcement of
the Colorado Fuel . and Iron company's
plan for dealing with Its employes:
"Mr. Rockefeller's plan la significant.
In his alleged collective bargaining plan
he yields more than any other employer
hoktUe to the trade union movement
Great corporations have been using every
device that can be conceived by their
ablest representatlvea to prevent employee
from organising into trade unions, fi
nanced and controlled by the workers.
"Mr. Rockefeller says he acknowledges
the principle, of collective-, bargaining
and to enforce Jil conception of this
theory creates a ' union and evolves a
comprehensive pl"n thftt, the press states,'
la financed by the Colorado Fuel and
Iron company. W r jtoM these workers
will be '1erraUheti to present their griev
ances. j , ,...-V t f. V,-,.,
"Organised worker present their griev
ances through the power of their eco
nomic - organisation.' . They enforce their
right to hay a vole in the disposal of
their labor power. Mr. Rockefeller's plan
provldea tbat workers will be 'permuted'
to present grievances. If one dUsects
this .theory he sees that the power that
'permlia' can also withdraw at any tline
"Herein Is the fundamental difference
between the Ilockeieller plan and that
of the trade unloaa. One develops Inde
pendence, the other, rt lie on the gracloua
neks and good will of the employer. There
van be no compromtse between the two
theories, for If worklngmen are to be
really free, their rlht to regulate their
own lives must be acknowledged.
"Mr. Rockefeller's wehare plan eon
tains nothing new It Is only a repetition
of efforts made by 'employer tokeep
their workmen satisfied. .1 am sure that
time will demonstrate that the plan pre
pared by Mr. KookoXeller for hi employe
In Colorado will prove a full coualti. to
the other schemes -of Ilk character In
augurated tor the sole . purpose, of pre
venting organisation ' of employe that
will epable them to secure Improved con
Rock Island Man is
V w m ' i. ..
SANTA MONPCA. Cal.. Oct t-Clty
and county officials were Investigating
today th death of G. A .MeOonald. a
retired merchant of HockJs)atd. III..
who-e nude body was found on the beaon
a Short cUtance north of her Jast. f'H
day. Identification waa made late laat
night by W. H. Carl of I.os Angeles, a
The body waa found close to the iln
.and at first It was believed that drown
Ing waa th cause of death. Later In
vestigation, however, the police said,
abowed there waa no water In the lungs,
as WbUld b th case had drowning bean
the reuse of death.
According to Dr. Carl, Mr. McDona'd
usually carried large sums of money
and wore a large diamond ring. Officers
hav been unable to find the clothing.
nor was a ring found on the body.
N MEETS AT FORT. DODGE
FORT DODGE. la.. Oct t.-SpeclrJ.)
The northwestern Iowa conference of the
Methodist Episcopal church will meet
here Tuesday for a week'e session.
Blkhop Frank M. Bristol of Omaha will
preside. Three hundred and seventy-two
ministers and tbelr wlvee have been pro
vlded entertainment and they have all
notified the committee that they will
be present One new superintendent must
be eppulnted over the Algona district to
take the place of the present euperln
tendent, whq must be relieved on account
of serioua illneaa. It 1 not thought that
there will be much of a shakeup in
preachers. The program which haa been
announced, will be carried out with the
exception that Itev. A, O. Kynett of
Phllttdelphta, will give the home mission
address Instead of. Rev. George Bridge
man of .Minneapolis, Saturday evening
Rev. , Harry Mci'aln wl take I'r. Ky
iM-lt's pttt.ee. Elaborate arrangement are
beiug niatie for the entertainment and
reception Saturday afternoon to mini
tere .vea. Xt.wlll.be held In the Young
IVoujuu'a Christian sbcooslattosv
SITUATION AROUND CONSTANTINOPLE This map shows Constantinople as the cen
ter of the vast operations in the east, which are expected to involve the Balkans in the'
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been massed along the eastern border of
Kateat fewer Are Ready.
If action by the entente newer should
become necessary when Bulgaria makes
final disclosure of It Intention, this
action would be undertaken by troop
which" are now In reaalneea to take the
field almulteneoualy with the forces of
Greece. The opinion is .expressed here
tl at a prompt . movement.' such a would
lw undertaken, would be likely to dls
entankle the counsels of Roumanla, which
for the, moment seem obscure.
British military writer affect to see
In this situation a great ..dangor to the
central powers. They argue 'that plan
muai. have been Uld down week ago wi.ea
it was suppoaed the Qerman armloa were
likely to force a decision in the east and
before the unexpected .'mobilisation of
Qreeoe and the formidable of fcnalve . of
the aJlle In. the west', Since the plana
for the Teutonio campaign against Serbia
were conceived. Rula! ha brought tha
German advance almost to a standstill
aad claim now to hold the Initiative
along moat of the front i .
Oeack ' Caattaa Agvaaeei
PARIS, Oct .French troop' have
continued to make progress to the north
of Arras, according to' the announcement
given out by the French war' office this
afternoon. -V .,.'.' ','
There ha' been almost' dbntlnuou
fighting between the trenche. ' aooom
Pn(l hy artillery lobargee,1 in ihe .Vicin
ity of ,Norvron and Qupnnevtere.
."There, also has been artlllerf' fighting
In the Champagne district . I f
wndown forty bon,bs of heavy gJ
The tett of the communication follows:
-"We have continued to make progress
to the north of Arras In . the forest oi
OlVenchyand at H.ll Ko. Iir Here we (mention of uMng them to secure the Me
occupled.the cross road of five - high- ramM, 0f cerum caaee against u,.lon
W.Zu' J w' ' " . ' ' i. '' !"lcer and members. Vm. night It
There ha been almost continuous !him. imm.. i.. i v w.ihnni nrf.i.
fighting with hand grenades and bomb
srwkmna. it ml ta ak 4 (. Ua I ..
accompnnlcd ,by artillery fighting from
each aide. In the vlcnt'y of Nueneverea
and. N'ouvron. "
'In the Chamrkgne 'district there has
been artillery! fighting In the vicinity of
the Navarin farm.
"Testerday evenng two counter attack
on the part of the enemy to the north
of Mesnll were repulsed. The night
pasred quietly on the remainder of' the
front. ' ,
"One of the air squadrons has thrown
down on the Sablone railroad station at
Met no fewer than forty shells of heavy
call ner. O trier French aviator , have
continued tha bombardments from th
air of the railroad lines,, function t-polnts
and railroad stations behind th German
front" ? t . ...
FLOOD REFUGEES ARE '
IN NEED OF FOOD
NEW ORLEANS. La.. Oct. 4,-Ap.
proxlmatery t0 pereorui along th Hi,, ' n"ur Pro wouia Pe
Uslppl river from New Orlean. to th. I l aww to ,n"
outh. a distance of about 110 mllee. er ; "el "' TP
In need of food, fresh water, clothing. , ' ...
and nth.r .M!.l.n. .rrfn, . th. .
on , the
Daisy, which- returned ;
from a trip down the river. Alraoet all
theae people were declared to be home-.
less and without fund a
the storm. '
a result or;
Tli Daisy distributed ration to about
a,0 porsoua, who had been ' without
food for two days. Th Daisy will da
part tomorrow with more provision fur
storm sufferer. Other relief vessels
are distributing 'for food water to the
needy, along the river an' in tho lake
and bayou districts.
Refugee were arriving in the city
during last night and today on boats
from river and lake porta. From the
moat reliable Information obtainable to-
4 y. It wa estimated the total dead in I
the atorm region will be In the neighbor- i
hood of SbO. Thirty persons reported
d near Nw Platform .
found at 1'oydraot. L-
SCHOOLS ASKED TO
OBSERVE RILEY DAY
WASHINGTON, OcL i-8ecretary Lne
today mad th. suggestion to school su
perintendents ttiroughout the country that
one of Jame Whhourab Riley poems be
read In each school ou Thursday. Ooto
ber T, the anniversary of Mr. Riley'
birth. In doing o the secretary called
attention to the fact that Mr. Riley and
William Dean Hoaella are th laat two
survivors of a generation of great liter
ary men who were distinctly American
and did rnuch In poetry and prose to re
veal the charaetartstlc beauty and strug
gle of American life.
1 Mr. Joke Partaer.
MADTWOK. Neb.. Oct. 4. (Spe lal.J
Mrs. 'John Purtser. after a brief Uln'Si
of three weeks, died at her home la
East Madison early this morning of
rheumatism and other complication.
WHOLE STATE IS
HERE OR ON WAY
(Continued from Pag One.)
depth. At 10: he emerged with pallid
countenance, and staring eye. I
"S'Nuff," he muttered hoarsely, "I'm
through. When four or five of me ge'a
lost'n 111' plas like that, we should sign
the pledge, 'er buy-a compass. I ain't
got the price of a compass. 8o me fer
the wagin and "Billy" Sunday. S'Nuff."
Fan of R'afct Mori.
But be thl as It may, all the attrac
tion are doing good, for they are pro-'
vldlng fun of the right aort fur every
one, and Incidentally tha patronage as
a result Is evenly divided. Order seoms
to be the watchward of practically all
the crowd, and If there are any rebels
Sergeant Russell and his crew of patrol
men are there to do their duty. Rut the
Sarg and his underlings are longing for
a checkerboard, for business In very dull.
This afternoon: the big floral parade
will keep ' the' citizen busy for a time
and' then what ' a rush for. the King's
Most of Colorado
Strike Cases Will
: Not Come to Trial
DENVER, Colo., Oct .-The dismissal
of most of ' the. criminal caeea growing
out of disorder In the eoal miners' strike
of l4i-lt I pAuniueni. aoctfrdltui to report
from .sour close .'to 'the tate admls
istraUan.' T '" ' f
'rtMr.IAnwu.nt. J nf h. 1 . -
hava .pointed to'the. possibility of auch
LUeil t ,h.t .Vt we known that
the Un ted Mine . Worker of America
were considering the 'advisability of seek
ing the IndfcUnent of state oflclals and
fWxtl Anmnunw MrVln&aai eultk K a unuia.t
drnt ,f th, Coloiado ,nd lro coln.
piny had xprfcMl ths opinion that ho
would Hut b avrar-M to dUmkaalnx caaea
against former strikers except where evi
dence of guilt Is very strong.
Several hundred rases are now pending,
most of them against men charged with
j murder or conspiracy. Some of the de-
lenaanta a i ready nave been tried, includ
ing John R. Lawson, who was convicted
of first degree murder and sentenced to
life Imprisonment? Lawson' case Is be
fore the Colorado supreme court.
The next Important trial set for hearing
la that of E. L. Doyle, W. T. Mickey and
others, ' charged wlth murder In connec
tion with the attack on the Hecla mine In
April, Ml Thl case was expected to
be tried during th October term, of the
district court at Boulder.
Moat of the Indictment and Informa
tion now pending war brought by At
torney General Fred Fairer, acting undnr
Instruction from th then Governor E.
uo"raw v .iron, wnen questioned
i iii i" myun iua.1 me cases were
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made up my mind what should be don
In thl respect"
AMSTERDAM, Oct 4.-(Vla London.)
The Telegraaf announcea that five aero
planes of the allies yesterday bombarded
fc'""" on the Belgian coast. Some of
lnm DomD wnicn were dropped weighed
The aeroplanes were attacked by anti
aircraft guns, which brought down one
machlna. Another was compelled by a
defective motor to land near Nleuwvllet
on Dutch territory. A British officer wa
Interned. ' -
NAMED IN SOUTH DAKOTA
PIERRE, 8. D., Oct. 4. (Special Tele
gram.) M.- Harry O'Urien of Hlghmore
will be the Insurance commissioner of
South Dakota, tallng the place about
October 15, when Commissioner O. K.
Stableln wl'l take up Insurance business
in the eastern part of the stale.
Itrltlak Mnwltnre Damasjrel.
BERLIN, Oct 4. (By Wlreles to Say
vlll.) 1 waa officially announced today
that two British monitor had been dam
aged before La I'anne by Oertnan naval
gore Throat mm 4 Chest.
Quickly relieved by Dr. Bills Ptne-Tar-tloney.
It ease the throat, soothes
the lungs, looaon phlegm. Only Sc. All
dru striata. Advertise roes
Trial Growing Out '
Of Dynamite Case is
On at Los Angeles
LOS ANQELES. Cel.. Oct 4,-Metthew
A, Schmidt went on trial Vurp today for
murder, and oppoelng attorneys Immed
iately plunged Into argument over the
validity of the venire aummoned tor Jury
service. Schmidt 1 accused of murder
ing Charles Haggerty, who met death In
the explosion which wrecked the Los
Angeie Time building here October 1.
Former Judge C. H. Falrall, chief of
counsel for the defense, contested the
venire because the official Hat did not
show whether the veniremen were prop
erty holders. He tost his point and the
slow examination of talesmen waa taken
David - Caplan, co-defendant with
Schmidt who elected to stand trial sep
arately, sat near th attorneys' table.
Olaf Tveltmoe, a Ban Francisco labor
leader, conferred with counsel for the de
fense before court convened.
Scarcely any spectator) applied for ad
mission to the trial, and the crowd of
veniremen filled moat of the available
A new wltnese will be George Davis,
alias George O'Connell, who waa given
a suspended sentence at Indianapolis
when officials of the International As
soclatlon of Bridge and Structural Iron
workers ' and 'other labor leadera were
convicted In connection with the so-called
"national dynamiting conspiracy."
District, Attorney Thomas 'Lee Wool
wine will have charge of the '"'se for
the prosecution, aided by James w. Noel,
who assisted the prosecution of the labor
leader Indlanapoil. . Former Judge
C. H. Falrall of San Francisco 1 chief
counsel for Schmidt He will be assisted
'by job; Lfarrlman, who was assistant to
Clarence' Darrow at the McNamara
' ti ials, and Frederick Moore.
. A regular venire of fifty-one names has
been drawn' for the trial. It la expected
, two weeks will be required to select a
'Jury. Various estimate of 'from 'one to
I four month are made as to the lensjth
I of th. trl.l
Great Dam at Arrow
Rock is Dedicated
BOISE, Idaho, Oct 4. Special train
over the United State government rail
road today carried thousands of southern
Idaho people to Arrow Rock to attend
the dedication of the great dam built to
i store the flood water of th Boise river.
The dedicatory exercises Included ad
dresses by J. H. Lowell for the govern-
I tnent and Governor Moses Alexander for
I the atate and water user.. At noon car-
rler pigeon taken to Arrow Rock from
every part of the Boise Irrigation project
were released from the crest of the dam.
The dam store up water which will Irri
gate S34.0J acre.
FORMER DEADWOOD SHERIFF
IS KILLED IN FRANCE
PBADWOOD. S. D.. Oct 4.-(Speclal.)
Word haa been received her of the
death In the trenches In France of For
: mer Sheriff arrHy Trathen of thla city,
j Tranthen went to Canada several years
' ago when he left office, and enlisted
with the Canadian last winter. He la
reported to have been killed In th pres
ent drive of the a Ilea In France. He
leave a wife and ehl'd In thl country.
Jame Harris of Teravtlle, alio for
mer deputy sheriff. I reported to have
met death at the same time.
with a feeling- of languor, exhaus
tion and extreme depression, is a -condition
which clearly indicate
a poverty of phosphate in the
body. Ileplenlsh the supply of
these trengtheninjj element, and
restore the ne<h and energy by
Keep a lettl h yew assss
OMAMA'g TVM OBsTTSB'
farpoesly Booked for Ak-Bar-Bea Week
ir.VA a Eosioaitnt J1-..
The Carr Ivsl's Undisputed I'itvi in.
The one ihnw visitors shoull see; noth
ing like It berk bom. Oomoany of
nrly I In Three OiilterinKly donr-
euu piicts-le. nivrllnT Beauty rhorua.
eAD StATIBKB BAXI.T.
P assp yeeygswe y
Denies Two Alleged
Deals With Germany
SOFIA. Oct l-(Vla London, Oct 4.V
(Delayed In traamls"t. Formal de
nial that German officer have taken
charge of the military affairs of Bul
garia and that Germany I supplying
that country with funds, are c-jntained
In an official Matemrnt issued through
the Bulgarian News Agency.
The text of the statement follows:
"In view of erroneous and frankly
mendacious statements circulated In the
foreign press regarding the situation In
Bulgaria, we are authorised to deny In
the most formal manner all thee rum r:
First Concerning the arrival In Bofla
of German officers who are alleged to be
taking a hand in the administration of
the railroad or the eoiwnand of the
Beoond Concerning alleged statements
of Premier Radoslavoff that a long a
the war lasts, Bulgaria will receive reg
ularly from Germany 60,000,000 franca
Third Concerning numerous arrests,
which are said to have been caused by
A to the assertion of certain new
pn - , ...
will not be qualified to direct the des
tinies of . Bulgaria because It will not
have a majority, we must observe that
In a parliamentary country, which' Bul
garia undoubtedly, I th government
which I said not to have supported th
premier with a eufflclent majority In
th Sobranje would not be able to re
main In power.
Since the cabinet office M. Radoslavoff
took over the affair of the country
over two year ago It position never
has been shaken. After all there Is noth
ing provocative In it policy for any on
and It I astonishing to see the attacks
made In part of the foreign press against
' 4k. . . I . . - . AW- .
miumuv di mv uisrian govern
ment t Th Be' "Swapper" column.
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VIENNA. Oct 4. (Via London. )-The
Neues Wiener Journal hns a report from
Sofia that Alban'an troope have occupied
Elbasssn, sixty-four ml es southeast of
I Bcutarl, after defeating forces under
The reference to "Alhanf.tn troops" Is
semewhat difficult of expl vnatlon, as
there Is no established AlDanlan govern
ment, although Italy virtually ha
claimed control of the country since the
war began. Previous rtc-pstches have re
ported that forces under the command of
Essad Pasha former provisional prerl
dent of Albania, were fighting with Mir
Mtes, members of an Albanian tribe. It
Is posaibie the Mlrdites may be the troops
who have occupied Elbassan.
SOUTH DAKOTA BAPTIST
DEAD WOOD, 8. D., Oct 4. (Special.)
Mitchell was chosen for the convention
for 1916 for the South Dakota Baptists
In annual session here. The offcers
elected were: Hon. ohn FJ. Bchrader of
Rapid City, president: C. W. Mlllett.
Fort Pierre, vice president, and Charloa
Parks, Watertown; Dr. S. P. Shaw.
S'oux Falls, corresponding secretary,
Rev. L. L. Mann, Ipswich, recording
secretary. Managers for three years:
Dr. H. R. Ret. Sioux Ffclls; Rev. R. L
Kelley, Mitchell; R. L. Montrose, Rev.
Parker Smith. Parker; Rev. J. H. Gag
nier, Vermillion; Rev. H. Q. Morton.
Pierre, and . Dr. Rolvlg Harlan, Bloux
Falls, for the one year vacancy left by
the resignation of Dr. E. F. Jordan.
The report of Dr. Shaw of Sioux Falls,
cc)Tespondlng secretary, showed that
two new church edifices had been erected,
three rededlcated, 4.673 sermons preached,
9.4m visit made, 4.151" prayer meetings
held and 1M persons baptised.. There
was a net gain in church membership
of 24& The Income for the year waa
The Store for Shirtwaists.
Atractive New Blouses,
$2.95, $3.95 to $6.75.
New Hats and Bonnets
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Congress at Denver
DENVER. Colo., Oct. 4. The Interna
tional Farm congress opened here today
In connection with the International Soil
Products exposit.on already In Srsslon.
Prominent agriculturists, educators and
offleia.s representing many foreign coun
tries as well as twenty states were here
to participate In the five-days' delibera
tions. The congress program Includes sections
devoted to demonstration work, cropa and
soils. Irrigation and forestry, rural organi
sation and allied topics.
At the session today addresses were to
be msde hy Congressman Frank W. Mon
dell of Wyoming, president of the con
gress; W. I. Drummond of Enid, Okl.,
chs.rman of the International board of
governors; Dr. Henry J. Waters, president
of the Kansas Agricultural college; W. R.
aiotherwel., minister of agriculture of
the province of Saskatchewan. Canada.
Late in the day representatives of twenty
western states were to respond briefly
to roll call.
A governors session is planned for to
night at which Governor George A. Carl
pon of Colorado is to preside. Governors
Capper of Kansas, Morehead of Nebraska,
Kendrlck of Wyoming, Hunt of Ar.sona,
. ..ri.nin 1.1 f K.w Movl.n llfrna nf
South Dakota and Alexander of Idaho
are expected tp make addresses.
HEAVY SNOW FALLS
IN THE BLACK HILLS
DEADWOOD, S. D., Oct 4. From
three to six Inches of snow fell through
out the Black Hills last night the first
general fall of the season.
ST. PAUL, Minn., Oct 4. The first
snow of tho season fell here today, tho
light flurry continuing only a few min
utes. Use The Bee' "Swapper" column.
, Apparel Section.
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