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THE BEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 23, 3915.
Ground Captured Near Gorilla ii
Retained Deipite Many Deiper-
ate Connter Attacks.
AUSTRIAN LOSSES AKE-EKOKHOUS
ROME, Not. Jl. (Via Paris, Not.
22.) Italian troop hava made an
advance on th laonso front, espe
cially on the heights northeast of
Gorilla, according to an official
statement Issued, today at the head
quarters of the general staff. The
ground gained was retained. It
claimed, In spite of vigorous Austrian
The text of the communication fol
" Yesterday waa marked by itn Im
portant success for our arma along- the
I son to front, especially on the heights
northwest of Gorilla. We beaan the
action at nljrht by making with great
brarery numerous breaches In every ex
tensive barbed wire entanglements de
fending remarhably strong enemy en
trenchments. At dawn our Infantry, ade
quately supported by artillery, attacked
the Tillage of Oslavta and the heights to
the northeast and southwest of the coun
try lying across the route from Ban
Flortano to Oarlsla.
"The enemy offered an extremely ob
stinate resistance, but finally waa driven
back by the Impetuosity of our attack,
lie fled, leaving his trenches full of dead.
Wt took prisoners, many of whom
were officers. Successive violent attacks
by the Austrtana advancing with shouts
of "Sevoia" for tha purpose of deceiv
ing our troops all were repulsed with
frrestlattble energy. On the heights of
Podgnra and Calvarto, south of Oalavia.
thanks to an admirable effort carried
eut under a formidable artillery fire, our
troops took by main force two more lines
of trenches and occupied almost the en-
tire length of the summit
" "On the Carso plateau we continued our
advance along the northern slopes of
Monte Ban Mlchele and southwest of
San Martina where we dislodged the
enemy from trench after trench, maklnf
: "Enemy aeroplanes threw bombs yes
terday on ftchlo, fifteen miles northwest
f Vleenso, wounding slightly eight sol
diers. On of our air squadrons under
highly unfavorable atmospheric condi
tions caused by hlglt wind renewed the
raid on the enemy aviation camp at
Asacvlssa on which more than MO hand
grenades were dropped. Our aeroplanes
' returned undamaged."
Prelate Criticizes .
: Recognition of the
ST. LOUIS, Nov. r. The American rec
ognition of the Carransa government of
Mexico la called "not auspicious" In a
letter from Archbishop Olannon to the
Catholic r fleets of the arehdloeese of St.
Louis asking them to celebrate a Thanks-
giving mass for Mexico..
Tha letter says In part:
"In making; this our Thanksgiving for
tha blessings we enjoy we should remem
ber especially our neighboring people In
Mexico, who have suffered and who are
suffering- so much because of the revolu
tions which afflict and continue to af
flict that unfortunate country.
- "It Is true that the recent recognition
of Carransa, perhaps the worst of the
revolutionists, la not auspicious; still we
cherish the hope that the government of
the mited States, together with the gov
ernments of southern republics, who saw
fit to give him recognition will not now
desert an unoffending people.
"Our government, founded on Justice
and equal right, should not be true to
Its people or Its traditions If. now that tt
has undertaken the recognition of Car
ransa, it permitted him to continue a
career of injustice and outrage. Our
(atholie people await the outoome with
anxiety and Impatience."
Woman Killed in Auto
Upset at Harlan, la,
HARLAN, la Nov. B.-Speclal Tele
gram.) Mrs. R0y Hosklns. wife of a
prominent young farmer south of Harlan,
wse killed last night when aa automo-
, bile turned over. She was In a car with
, ner Husband and three other young men.
; Mr. Uosklns, who was driving, turned
to tha aide of the road to paxs a motor
cycle ana lost control of the automobile,
which ran on a bank and uut. u..
Hosklns lived but a few minutes. Other
Pama or tha car escaped with
WHKATLAND. Wyo.. Nov. a-Rpe-cla!.)Lloyd
H. Teague, who says he is
an escaped fconvlct from Nebraska, la in
Jail here, awaiting the arrival of a
Nebraska officer. He gave himself up at
, Guernsey, stating that be waa tired of
living in constant apprehension of arrest.
Teague says that his father left him a
small legacy In Nebraska and that an
uncle. In whoee charged was placed, at
tempted to cheat him. whereupon he at
tacked the uncle and as a consequence
waa sentenced to serve from three to five
years In the penitentiary. He was paroled
at the expiration of ten months, but
broke hU parole by forging a check.
According to his story he waa arrested
and was being taken back to prison when
he escaped from aa officer at Holdrege.
TWO WIRELESS PLANTS
CASPER. Wyo.. Nov. U.-8pecial.-Major
James Ormsby 1 completing th
Installation of wireless telegraph plants
at bis home her and his ranch fifty
mil to the northeast and when the ay,
tern la In operation will direct his large
aheep bualnee by wireless. The two
plants ar. of sufficient power to receive
messages from points up to TOO miles
dltant and the lonely ranch, therefore,
win be In constant touch with Denver
Omaha. Salt Lake City and other cities
of the refton. The aerials of th Casper
atal on are suapended from two poles
each VA feet high.
He Want Ad produce Result.
leu Bodlee Heenvered.
Si-TTI.E. Wash, Nov. n.-Ten bodies,
the last of tho.. of tae vkiima of Tuei
S. ya eiloio In the Northwestern lrn
Jiue,llt company, eoal luloe at Key
i;.lie, were recovered today. The tolal
Lumber of LcKlit recovered was thirty.
Be Given to City
PHII.ADEI.rTUA, Nov. 2.-Th will of
the lnt Pctrr A. B. Wldener, admitted
to probate today, lavea the bulk of his
estate, estimated between JfAOG.Onf) and
rro.oon.nro, to hie son. Jowph K. Wlilener.
Joseph E. Wldener, under the terms of
the will, I given complete authority over
his father's collection of pelntlnas and
art works, considered one of the most
vsluaMe In America.
He I given uncontrolled discretion to
present the collection to either the city
of Philadelphia. Washington or New
York. In the event he see fit to present
the collection to the elty of Philadelphia.
Mr. Wldener la authorized to erect out
of the fund of the estate sn art gallery
Mr. Widener's collection of painting
and art works are world-famous and are
valued at several million dollars. Among
the masterpieces In the collection are
Remtrant's "The Mill." for which Mr.
Wldener some years ago paid M,000;
Raphael's famous Panahanger "Ma
donna" and Bottlr-ell'e "Msdonna of the
I'nder the provisions of the will
Joseph E. Wldener Is directed to divide
the articles of household use and orna
ment Into two classes: one ordinary and
the other extraordinary. The lattir
(lass Is to Include sll paintings, itatuary.
bronar-a. tapestries, etc., which the son
I to select.
The w4ll provides th the rower riven
to the'son to give easy any or all of
his art. works may be exerclaed either
during the son's lifetime or by direction
of his will. Joseph E. Wldener Is also
riven authority to dispose of the paint
ings and art works at public or private
sale. In which caae the net proceeds are
to.be added to the reeMuary estate.
In the event the son falls to dispose
of the art collection In his lifetime or by
will the executors are directed to sell It
for the benefit of the estate.
After making numerous bequests to
membera of the family the will directs
that tha residuary estate be held In trust
until twenty-one years after the death
of the last survivor of those descendants
who were alive at the time of P. A. Ii.
Widener's death. The net Income Is to
be divided monthly Into aa many shares
as there are sons living and sons dead.
Mr. Wldener had but two children.
Joseph E. Wldener and George T.
Wldener, who lost his life when the
steamer Titanic went down. The dead
son's shsre In the estate Is to Le
divided equally among Ms descendants.
After the twenty-one years' period has
expired there shall be a redistribution of
the estate among descendants. Joseph K.
Wldener and Oeorge D. Wldener, Jr., a
grandson, are named as executors.
Cedar Falls-Boy, Hurt
At Foot Ball Game,
In Critical Condition
CEDAR FALLH. la., Nor. XZ.-gpclal.)
Thomas Waugh. aged IT. son of Mr.
and Mrs. E. J. Waugh of this city. I
lying critically sick at th Sartori Me
morial hospital suferlng from Injuries,
received In a foot ball game nearly three
weeks ago when the local high school
tesm played here with the Fast Waterloo
team. Waugh was Injured tntenpally and 1
his Bufferings grew more intense, so he
was removed to the hospital and a clot
of blood was removed from on kidney.
Saturday th kidney was removed, aa
hemorrhages had followed, and he la now
very weak and has only a slight chance
of recovery. .He U a sophomore In the
high school. One result in the city has
been a general protest by parents against
the game, which has proven to be harm
ful to several bright boys of this city this
New Zeppelin is
Destroyed in Shed;
Man Drops Cigar
k COPENHAGEN, Nov. 22.-l(Vla Lon
don.) Th ZeppeAn Z-1B, which waa de
stroyed by an explosion at Tondern,
Prussia, had mad only a single trip
westward, ocr the island of Sylt The
shed which housed It had Just been com
pleted at th time or th disaster. A few
alterations wer being made, of which
the chief change waa removal of th anti
aircraft gua platforms from th roof to
the ground, at tha corners of the shed.
In accordance with tha new policy of de
tense. A number of marine wer aaalatlng th
workmen, and notwithstanding strict or.
ders. several of thety am ked clgare. It
I reported on man dropped a lighted
cigar on the gas-filled balloon, resulting
In an Immediate explosion.
Tha casualties are now give:) aa levu
killed or wounded.
Lisle Thread Bank
Safest Place for
CHICAGO. Nov. tt-The Ual, Thread
bank" Is the safest place for carrying
Christmas shopping money, said Charles
C. Healy. chief of police. In a list of
noes- and din'ls" for chrlatnws ahop.
per which he iaaued today. '
He also advised the women to leave
their children at home because th prea
enc of youngaters divided their attention
and mad them easier victims of pick
pockets, besides exposing th little one
to possible injury In bargain counter
Active in Baltic
t-vrtniuutn, Mov. tt (Via, I.oa-
oon-- i re passa-a of a f loUUa of Brit
lsh submarines, estimated to
fro.n ten to twenty-five vessels. Into the
uai.ic. is given her as an explanation
of U recent naval activity in the Cat
tesat. Accordln's to current reports, a
powerful Brttlah squadron convoyed the
submarines to th entrance of the Cat
teat at Bkaw. The large ships stopped
there, hl! the destroyers convoyed th
submarines aa far aa Blsinor at the nar.
rwest part of the sound, whence the
submarines proceeded Into th Baltic.
To fare a Cold la Uae Uar
lake Laxative Dromo Qu nin Tablet.
Prus-glsts refund money if It faJla t
cur. Jt. W. Grove s etiaetur la on each
oox. me AavertiaeiMMt
Ads Produce flit suits.
Important Vctory of Serbians Said
to Secure Safety of Part of the
GERMANS REPORT A VICTQRY
PAIUS. Nov. 22. The report that
the Serbians have won an Important
victory over the Bulgarians near
Lenkovats, on the NMah-Salonlkl rail
road, twenty-five miles south of N'lsh,
Is corroborated in a dispatch received
today from the Serbian minister at
The mansage says that after a battle
of several days, In which the Bulgarians
sustained enormous losses, the remiu'.r.ts
of their army fled In disorder to tho
esutern hank of the Morava river.
The victory U regarded as a drf.nite
one, the message says, securing that
Part of the line from further attache for
BEBIJN, Nov. i-fV!a Ixindon.) -The
capture of more than J.W Serbians was
announced by the German war office to
day. Five cannon and four machine guns
were taken In the field of operations,
while. In the Novlpaxar arsenal, fifty
large mortars and eight cannon of an
old type were found.
The text of the official statement on
the Balkans is aa follow:
"Near Becanlca, In the Ibar valley,
Serbian rear gimrds were repulsed.
"An entrance to the Lab valley on both
side of Padujev has been forced.
"More than 2.T0 primmer were taken,
snd also quantities of guns and muni
tions." Montenegrin Defeat Anatrlana.
PARIS, Nov. 22. An official coin
munlcation Issued by the Montenegrin
army headquarters was given out hero
today by the Montenegrin consulate, as
"Our Hanjak army whs attacked on
November 20, along the entire front, more
energetically on the Drlna and Urn
rivers. Everywhere the enemy was re
pulsed. "On the other fronts there were ar
Girl Kept Locked
in Her Room for
EATON, Md., Nov. 22.-Orare Marshall.
th young woman whose father and step
mother are charged with having Im
prisoned her In their home near Bt.
Michael for nearly twelve years, spoke
today for the first time since her libera
tion, last Friday, She asked for an apple
she saw on the table of her room In her
aunt'a home, where she Is under the care
of a physician.
Miss Marshall was Imprisoned, It is
alleged, after attempting to elope, at the
age of 1. with a man of whom her
father disapproved. Relatives thought
her dead. Marshall said he considered the
girl craiy and that aa he could not af
ford to send her to an Institution, be
thought tha only thing to do waa .-to
lock her up'ln her room. - When released
ah weighed but fifty-seven pounds.;
Marshall la sanld to' have admitted
that tna woman's stepmother was the
only person who had seen her during
the last three years.
Th Children's Aid society, through
whose Instrumentality Mis Marshall was
liberated, laid th cas before th state's
War Munition Plot
Evidence to Be Laid
Before Grand Jury
NEW YORK, Nov! 22. -Th evldonce
rathered by agents of the United States
her on plots to prevent war munitions
from reaching; the entente pllies will be
submitted to tho federal grand Jury prob
ably this week. It la understood that a
blanket indictment will be asked
against all the persons Involved.
The mass of evidence collected Is de
scribed by federal officials aa "moun
tain high." It Is the result of more than
a year's work. It Involves scores of
operations, tt Is charged, as an organisa
tion, the direction of which was In the
hands of a few men.
It Is asserted that directors of the
alleged conspiracies controlled a Ger
man fund of 140.000.000. The evldenoa Is
understood to cover the whole field of
foreign criminal activity In America In
th traftlo of fraudulent paaaporta, plots
to blow up steamships carrying war
munitions to the allies, fires and ex
plosions in munition plants, efforts to
foment strikes In those plants and efforts
to buy control of munition plants.
' ' '
M'YANN ARGUES PINE CASE
Omaha Rate Expert in Washington
to Take Up Southern Argu
MEANS MUCH TO LUMBERMEN
(Frr.m a tfiaff Correspondent.)
WASHINGTON, Nov. 23-8peclal Tel
egram.) Joining Lincoln and Omaha to
gether In a common freight cause to
continue existing rates on yellow pine
( lumber from southern points to the cities
mentioned was a strong pieae which e.
J. McVann, traffic manager of the Omah
Commercial club made today before the
Interstate Commerce commlss'on.
The rate on yellow pine Is 25 cents from
southern territory to the cities mentioned.
This rate was fixed In 1910 by the Inter
state Commerce commission to continue
Just as soon as the two years were up
the railroads raised the rates and the
comm'selon after due consideration sus
pended the rates. Thus conditions ran
along until early this year, when the com
mimion decided that the 26-cent rate
should become permanent. The rail
roads objected and so strong were their
protests that the commission decided
finally to hear the whole subject, with
determine. Hon to settle the controversy
once for all.
nl addition to Mr. McVann there were
present st the hearing Fred Lehmann.
jr., or eia Moines, who was accom
panied by E. O. Wlllo and A. O. T
Moore of New Orleans, representing the
southern pine shippers. The railroads
were represented by A. O. Herbel of the
Missouri Pacific and W. F. Dickinson of
the oltck Island.
The gist of the argument made today
by Mr. McVann was that It would cost
tiie lumber dealers of Omaha and ILncoln
JG5,0no a ytar If the rates were advanced,
but If the commission denied the advance
according to the railroad attorneys It
would force a reduction of rates at a
number of Intermediate points.
In view of the fact that this Is the
fifth time these yellow pine cases have
been argued or adjudicated, Mr. Mc
Vann hopes today's presentation Is the
last. Mr. McVann will Join Mrs. McVann
in Detroit for Thanksgiving.
Dr Shaw Says She
Resigned Office to
Get On Firing Line
NEW YORK, Nov. H.-Explalnlng her
derision not to stand for re-election as
president of the National Woman Suf
frage asaoclatlon. Dr. Anna . Howard
fihaw announced today that she planned
making vigorous campaigns In Iowa,
South Dakota and West Virginia, where
woman suffrage will be voted on at tho
"My decision," said Dr. Shaw, "comes
st the close of what seems to me the
bls-gest year of service which the na
tional association has ever enjoyed. I
ftel this Is the psychological moment
for me to turn over the executive side
ft the national work to some one else
and get right out on th firing line
VERDICT IN LITTLE CASE
WASHINGTON. Nov. , 23.-Secretary
Daniels tdday disapproved the findings
or th general court-martial which
acquitted Rear Admiral William N. Lit
tle, retired, of charges of negligence In
connection with his duty aa Inspector
during the construction of the submarine
K-i.' No new trial, however, will be
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NACO, Aria., Nov. a. -Train ervlce to
Cananea, Bonora, Mex., was resumed to
day. Carransa troops under General Al
varo Obrejron took poesalon of Cananea
eterday, the Villa garrison hating evac
ulated to go to the aid of their chief, re
ported defeated near Hermoslllo.
American Consul Montague of Cananea
reported today that Oeneral Jose Rodrl
guei. heading the Villa forces which re
cently evacuated the copper camp, de
stroyed no property, and that all Ameri
cans there are safe.
It was rumored here today that a de
trchment of Obregon's forces Is pursuing
some of Rodrlgues troop toward th
Bonora river southwest of Cananea.
A military supply train dispatched to
Obregon last night is reported wrecked
at Del Rio.
DOl-QLAS. Arts.. Nov. B.-Oeneral
Obregon's main army, advancing 'upon
Nogales along the Del Rio and Nogales
branch of the Southern Paciflo railroad,
was reported unofficially today to be
making slow progress. t
Official messages from Colonel Carde
nas, received by Mexican Consul Lelevler
at Naco, Indicated Oeneral Joe Rodrl-
guet with his Villa troops evacuated
Cananea and turned eastward, contrary
to previous reports from Obregon. They
apparently were moving In' the direction
or Chihuahua state. Cardenas reported
hla cavalry In pursuit.
A military supply train, derailed at Del
Rio last night, has arrived at Cananea,
Obregon was due at Agua Prieta. odoo.
site here, late today from Naco.
Big Suit Against
Farwell Estate is
Argued at Chicago
CHICAGO, Nov. n-Anrument war.
begun today in tha United States district
court in the suit of th Capitol Freehold
Lnd and Investment company of Lon
don. England, against the estate of John
v. farwell to recover Interests in Texas
land and cattle valued at 1900.000.
One of the attorneys explained that
3,000,000 acres were given to Mr. Farwell
and two associates, also dead, as com
pensation for building the Texas eapttol.
They later sold the land to th company
and Mr. Farwell leased It for a term of
fifteen years, which ended January 1,
1908. He died the following Auvuat anit
his estate refused to turn' over 120,000 cat
tle on the land, asserting, that Improve
ment In the stock and increase in num
bers waa to accrue to th benefit of th
The land was vacated and the cattle
urned over on an agreement that court
should determine the ownership of the
estimated added value of 100,000. This
suit was filed six years ago.
BODY OF RUSHVILLE
PIONEER BROUGHT HOME
RCBHVILLE. Neb., Nov. 22.-Spee!al.)
The body of J. W. Ostrinder arrived
Saturday night from Fresno, Cel., and the
funeral was held Sunday afternoon at 1
o'clock from th old home. A large num
ber of sorrowing relatives and friends
assembled to pay their last respcts to the
deceased, who was a veteran of th civil
war. The funeral services wer conducted
by Rev. William Vahle, pastor of St.
Paul's Lutheran church.
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