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THK I IKK: 0.LHA, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 19H5.
SENATE ASKS FOR
Want Diplomatic Correpondence
Between Former Secretary
IfXZDS IT FOR CAMPAIGN USE
WASHINGTON, Feb. 81. The
senate today adopted a resolution by
Chairman 8tone of the foreign rela
tions committee, asking President
Wilson to submit the correspondence
between the United Stated and
Korea when Japan occupied the
Hermit kingdom during the Russo
Administration leaders. It was
said, want to use the information In
reply to Ellhu Root's attack on the
president because no protest waa
made against the occupation of Bel
gium. Mr. Root was secretary of
state when Japan took Korea.
Penstor PUone'S resolution cslls upon
the president to 'transmit. If not Iwom
patlhle with the puhllc Interest, corre
spondence or so much thereof si. In Ma
polnlon may be made puMle. between of
ficial representative of the t'nlted Btales
government and the representatives of
Keren relating to the occupation of
Korea and establishment of a protector
ate over said country by Japan during
or as an Incident of the rtueeo-Jspenese
war In urns-MS."
What Trrmtr aid.
Administration officials said today they
proposed to show by the correspondence
lhat tha ITblted States was bound by
treaty to aid Korea, whereaa the treaty
with Belgium provides only that the
Vnlted Rtate should respect the neu
trallty of Belgium.
The treaty of Wi bet wen the United)
Htaxea and Korea contains tha following
'If other poweri deal unjustly or op
pressively with either government the
other will exert their good office on
being Informed of the case to bring
about an amicable arrangement, thus
showing their friendly feeling."
They declare that both Colonel Roose
velt, as president and Mr. Boot is sec
retary of slate Ignored an appeal from
Borne la tke Pile.
Tha foreign relations committee dis
covered today lhat some of the corres
pondence bearing on the matter was In
A letter from .Secretary Hoot to Yuens
Tehen, special envoy of Korea, without
credentials, dated December II, 19. said:
"Bine your visit ws have received the
following communication from Mr. Kim,
the regularly accredited chaiua d'af
falrea of Korea tn Washington:
"'I hsCe the honor to acknowledge
the receipt of your not of th Mth
ultimo. Informing m that by agreement
signed on November 17 by tha plenipo
tentiaries of Japan and Korea by which
Japan becomes the medium for conduot
inr the foreign relatione of Korea yon
had. ufeder date- of tha Wth ultimo tele
graphed the American minister to with
draw?' from Korean '
"I have further to Inform you that I
hav this day received Instructions from
Mr. Tl Wan. Yong, th acting minister
of foreign affairs of Korea, to transfer
to th Japanes legation th archives
and other property In my charge.'
Are QttHo laeoaaUteatt.
'In view of this official communica
tion ft la difficult to see how th govern
ment of tb United States can proceed
In say manner upon tha entirely differ
ent view of the facts which you tell us
personsliy you had been led to take by
ih Information which you have received.
It Is it be observed, moreover, that tha
niticUl communications from the Jap
anese government together with the of
ficial communication from the Korean
government are quit inconsistent with
.It, however, the difficulty of comply
ing with your wishes were surmounted,
we should be met by the fact that on
rabruary S. lWand on August 21.
th Korean government concluded with
tha Japanese government treaties which
are not aow in any respect Impeached
or Questioned by whtsh Korea gave to
Jaaan such extensive control over Its
affairs and put Itself so completely un
der the protection of th government of
Japan aa to render completely Impossible
the application of th provisions of tha
treaty with th United States , above
A fosaslet. Bar.
"Tb above-mentioned treaties between
Japan and Korea appear to be 'of such
a sharaoter as practically to give Japan
control over th foreign relations of
Korea end to make the latest treaty of
November n. IMS, which la now called
Into question, but a slight advance upon
th relations of control previously exist
ing. Those previous relations of eontroi
amount to a complete bar to any Inter
ference by tb United State under th
treaty of 11 , ,
"Under all these circumstance I feel
bound to advise you that th government
of th United Htates does not consider
that any good purpose would be sub
served by taking notlc of your state
MAN DANGEROUSLY HURT
IN FIGHT OVER CARD GAME
AMES. la.. Feb. fl.-gpeelat Telegram)
Aa a result of a fight over a dollar,
said to hav ertse-n over a poker or crap
game among laborers of ths new Bheldon
Munn hotel. William Johnson of Crhan
ilele may die In the State College hoe
I'ltnl of double fracture of th skull. W.
Moore he ad. sddreas unlearned. Is held In
Jail waiting for develop. nents tn John
Noorchead was defeated In the piellml
riary, 'usht. ind lalJ iir Jcbnson In the
hotel, besting. Mm over the head with a
litavy timber aa he wert by his room
her he was hiding. It Is said.
If Johnson dies three men's lives will
hats been taken in construction of ths
Oakland (lab electa.
OAKLAND, Neb.. Teh. SL-SpclaI.-The
Oakland Commercial club at Its an
nual meeting- elected th following of-ri-a:
P. Palmer, president; A- C
Hulmquljt. vie president; C. O. Htauf
fer, secretary and treasurer.
Cnlemlst Fare Bawaotod.
.WASHINGTON. Feb -Colonist pss-
tares from putnts lit Wisconsin,
elk' isan. Minnesota and nearbv alale
te F-trt-iland. testtle. Han Fran, iaco snd
.tli-r iminia on the Pacific coast and In
V-eiern t'snada. were auihoriu-d today
tv Ui Inureiale C'oinilitic cvuuuiselou.
(Continued from Page One.)
mbrsIdThencaih of one soldier end
one civilian. Thus, approxlmstely per
cent as many officers have been killed
as there are now officer pilot on avia
"Of the shove mentioned fifteen officers
v. ho have been killed, eight of them have
died In fllshts at the North Island sta
tion, near San Diego, as follows:
Lieutenant Res Chandler. April . 19Us
Lieutenant J. D. Park. May . ml; lieu
tenant Moss Iove, September 4. 1913;
lieutenant H. M. Kelly and lieutenant
E. U Ellington, November 24. WU; Lieu
tenant H. a Post, February t. 1S14; Lieu
tenant J. Oerstner, December n, 1W4. and
Lieutenant Walter R. Taillaferro, Octo
ber 11, 1?15.
Kelly and Ellington were drowned.
Their aeroplenee bersme unmanageable
at a height of n0 feet and fell into Ban
Diego bay. Oerstper was drowned when
he attempted to swim ashor when the
toroplane In which he was riding cap
slxed during; a violent wind storm. It Is
claimed that Taliaferro became uncon
scious while In mld-alr.
"fix of these aviators were killed
within ten months, and it Is believed that
an Investigation will disclose mat tneir
deaths were due to th fact that they
were required to attempt flight In anti
quated biplanes, known to be defective
"Following the death of Lieutenant
Pout four of thee machines wer burned.
It Is believed that an Investigation will
disclose that other Injuries were due to
the use of unsafe machines and that In
aome cases where warnings had been
given that the machines wer unsafe,
officers who wer required to fly In
them were In some Instances Injured and
"It Is a well-known fact that a short
time before Lincoln Beach jr was killed
he visited this stAtlon and pronounced It
outrageously defective In equipment and
management and that he communicated
his opinion In a hitter protest, which
ram to th knowleJg of th War de
partment "The First company. Becond Aero
squadron, now in the Philippines, prior
to February 1. W. bad no aeroplanes.
I am Informed that four have been or
dered and that two have been, or will
soon be. shipped. The First company.
Becond Aero squadron, tn tha Pbllllpplnes
consists of six officer pilots. There are
no other field organisations. There are
two qualified officer pilots. Instructing
student at th aviation schools, and two
are studying aeronautics In Boston.
"Th dangers connected with aviation
at this star of Its development, when
surrounded by every safeguard whlrh, me
chanical aklll and scientific knowledge
ana ue precaution can secure, are aa
great that only th ambitious and daring
are prompted to undertake to master It.
I will not us words to characterise a
system such as that Prevailed In our
service, where Incompetency and indif
ference hav added to th dangers In
herent In aviation through an unskillful.
unscientific, negligent and corrupt con
Other Arrests in
Lincoln Spy Caso
NEW YORK, Feb. H. agents of th
Department of Juatioa her are Investi
gating tb circumstances attending th
escape of Ignatius Lincoln, ths -elf-styled
International spy,- who was re
captured Saturday after enjoying nearly
a month's freedom. It la hinted that
more arrests may result If It Is found
that Lincoln was wttlfutly aided to maks
his escape or given shelter by persons
who knew that h' ws a fugitive from
Justice. . It Is In a Brooklyn jail today
awaiting a decision by ths United Rtatee
circuit court of appeals on tha question
whether he shall be extracted to Eng
land to answer to th charge of forgery
upon whlc.h he waa arrested. Lincoln
contends that If he Is sent back to Kng
Isnd he will b executed as a spy.
It Is learned that linootn spent a por
tion of his month's liberty on a farm In
Red Bank.. H. J., as a boarder seeking
health In thn country. lie became In
volved In a quarrel with th farmer and
left In a hurry for this city. Ths farm
er's effort to recover damages to an
automobll for which he held Lincoln
deaponrlble, disclosed tha fugitive's Iden
tity, giving a clue as to his whereabouts,
which WS followed up by th agents ot
th Department of Justice and resulted
In bis arrest.
Exports to Sweden
Must Be Consigned
; to the Government
NEW TORK. Feb. JL-Nellsen
lAmdback, local representatives of the
Swedish-American line, today received
cbl Instructions from th horn office
directing that all exports handled by the
line from th United States to Sweden
must be consigned to th Swedish gov
ernment or the Swedish food commis
sion. Th order also prohibits receiving any
cargo to an individual or firm In Sweden
unless It I accompanied by a permit
issued by ths British war board of
Merchandise consigned to Russia or
Finland, Mr. Lundbeck added, may be
received, however, without the lirtUsh
Permit provided It la plainly marked.
According to Mr. Lundbeck the order
Indicate that an understanding possibly
has been resrhed between Sweden and
Knglsnd with respect to blockade and
Federal Tax on
WASHINGTON, Feb. R.-Th supreme
court today upheld tke corporation tax
Imposed upon mining companiea
Crude Oil A aaln Boasted.
PITTPB1;RGH. Pa.. Feb. n -Ths South
Tenn Oil company todsv announced an
other advancs as folio we: Pennsylvania
crude, cenla a bsrrel to tt.si; CabelL
cent to $1 Mb: Corning. Mercer Htack
and Nsw Caetls. esou to Somer
set, t cents ta sLTa,
Tn Car a lnld In On Day.
Take Laxativ Bromo Qulnin Tablets.
Drug-ftst refund money If It falla to
cure. K. W. Grove's signature on each
box. Sic. Advertisement.
ASQUITH ASKS FOR
BIG WAR CREDITS
Premier Movei Voter Agpjegting
Four Hundred and. Twenty
LORDS DEBATE BLOCKADE ISSUE
LONDON, Feb. 2 1 Premier Aa
qulth Introduced two votes of credit
In the House of Commons today. The
premier's speech was confined en
tirely to the financial aspect of the
present situation, no reference being
made to military affairs In general.
The first vote of credit was on the
supplementary estimate for the current
fiscal year, bringing up the total war
expenditures for th year to fl.Htft.otW.nflO.
This appropriation la for fl20,0iiO,ao. The
second vote, to provide funds for the
first part of the financial year, begin
ning April 1, amounts to CVl.ootVOOO.
MV. Asqulth told the house thst the
dally expenditure from April 1 to July
17 of last year was i,sm,noO, from July
II to September 11. tM).il; from Hep-
temher It to NoJvrmher Ct.4Wi.0nO; from
November 7 to February 13, 1!1I, be
tween f4.i0,flm and M.4H0.M.
Tynans to Great Britain's allies snd to
the dominions on November last
amounted to IM.M.W. lift ween Novem
ber 7 and February 19, tlio amount
loaned was 70,00,ooo, msking a total of
It has previously been stated In Ten
don dlspatrhes that the 3rpo,yi,nn0 vote
of credit above alluded to Is expected to
finance th war tor only two months, that
Is until ths end of May. Including- the
tlW.OOO.OOt) vote of credit for the period
till March 31, a total of l.2o.ono.Afv will
have been supplied by votes of credit for
ths twelve months of the flnanrlnl year.
which ends on that date. With the
amount voted In 1914, the votea of credit
since the war began, will thus reach
I,(W,O0n,O0O. These figures, it may be
remarked, do not represent the total cost
of the war, as targe sums furnished from
revenue are also used to defrsy the ex
pense. Gould Interests Win
Point in Fray with
the Equitable Trust
SAN FRANCISCO. Feb. Ui.-Th Equit
able Trust company of New Tork, was
enjoined permanently today from further
proceedings In Its suit in New Tork,
suing for a construction of the contract
by which the Denver aV Rio Grande rail
road guaranteed th Interest In th West
em Pacific railway's SM.OOO.OOO first mort
gage bonds and the deficiency tn Its
sinking fund for the retirement of the
The Denver eV Rio Orande and the
Missouri Faciflo were given thirty days
In which to enterplead. setting up their
Th restraining order enjoined tha
Equitable Trust company from "bring
ing any other notion Involving contract
U. (the Denver A Rio Orande guaranty)
except ln this court," without first se
curing the. 'court's sanction.
Th Injunction was issued by Judge
William 8. Vanfleet In the United States
district court, who issued a temporary
restraining order June 11. 1915.
He also ordered that th Denver Rio
Qrando railroad and the Missouri Pacific
railway be made parties to th receiver
ship proceedings under which th West
ern Faciflo now Is being operated.
Smuggler is Shot
by Police Officer
SALT LAKE C1TT. Feb. ,n.-Ward
Malott. suspected opium smuggler, waa
shot and seriously, wounded by Police
Chief C. W. Shores early this morning
when ha attemped to evade arrest. At
th request of th federal authorities.
Shores and a' city ' detective went to
Malott's room tn a hotel to assist In the
street. The officer waited In th room
and when Malott entered Shores placed
him under arrest Malott stepped back
ward and appeared to be In th act of
reaching for a pistol, when Shores fired
and brought him down with a charge of
small shot .Malott la expected to live.
Twentythr cans of opium were found
In th room and confiscated .
WASHINGTON, Feb. Jl. Speclal Tel
rram.) Jane K. Sydyer Olltner. Ne
braska, has been granted a penvlon at
Jt'rp nion,b, on the recommendation
of Democratic Committeeman Marsh.
Dr. T. M. Redmond haa been apKmted
reunion surgeon at Anainosa, Is , and on
the recommendation of Cunsroioamaii
Urnnby; lr. J. o. I'nok, at Fairfax, 8. D.
The poetofflre at l'i-W-l. Wheeler
county, Nehraake, has been discontinued,
tnall to Erlt-son.
Oil Thousand for Belief.
NEW TORK. Feb. SI. Announcement
was msde here tonight of a onntrthutlon
of aiS.iOU from the Rockefeller foundation
to the American committee fur Armenian
and Syr an relief. Tills makes a total
of donated to th committee by
"BUILT TOR YOU TO ENJOY"
A. BURBANK, Managing Director.
The Day's War New
VI RTHfctt PRORKHI for the Rus
sians la their csinpalera In Ar
menia la anofflelally claimed, a
dsswteh from Petrosrrael re s-o ring
them la poeseeelea atf th entire
Lake Van eUstrler, with th Tarks
retrenllaar annlhward ss4 even
evnenavtlns; the Important ety of
BITI.I. A CITY of more than 25,
AOO pepalatloa, la on th direct
line of n ferce pnahlnaT from take
Tan teward DlarheJir, a boat lOO
miles army, fifty miles beyond
which city rnns the Bagdad rail
BERLIN DECLARES te4y that a
British kss4 gireande nttsvrlc on
the position on th Tser canal. In
Belsjlnm, recently taken by the
Germans, waa repaleed, as was
also an nttnrlx along the I,ens
Arraa mad. The official stste
me.nt likewise records n tmckwarel
paah for tha British sonta of Lone,
where they had asrsseid tn the
edsr of n Oersnan aaln ernter.
AERIiL RAIDS alonar the, frssce
Belsrlan front nr reported by both
PKTIIOORA D DISPATCHES Indicate
that definite results nre earliest
expected from the movement to
. the north, where another Ras
slsn force Is working; along; th
Black en eoaet In th direction
PREMIER ASQUITH presents to the,
Rrltleh Parliament today motions
for two new votes of credit ns
arresTatlna; 480,000,000 ponnde,
calculated to Usance th war to
the. end of th current fiscal rear,
March 81, for which pnrpos ISO,
000,000 pounds Is needed, nnd
with th remainder to besjla th
new flscsl yenr with ample funds.
has been sums
DUMA, which wns
September 18 last,
toned tn meet najaln
RERLItt REPORTS n raid by Her
man nnval aeroplanes, which
dropped numbers of bombs en tha
Rrltleh aviation camp at Fumes,
nrnr the North Ren.
Directors of Rock
Island Will Pay
NEW TORK. Feb. a.-Federal Judge
Julius M. Mayer today approved the
agreement made between Walter C.
Noyes, receiver for the Chicago, Rock
Island aV Psciflo railroad; Daniel Q. Reld
snd other former directors of th com
pany, whereby Mr. Reld and hie asso
ciates will pay 17110,000 In settlement of
claims for losses sustained by the rail
road ln th purchase of the St Louis &
San Francisco railroad and th Issuance
ot allegedly unauthorised dividends In
mi, lyii and ma.
In adltlen to Mr. Reid thos who signed
the agreement ar William 11. Moore,
Francis L Htne, Robert Walter and Ed
ward 8. Moore. All denied their liability
but, according to their counsel, con
sented to the agreement in order' to
In his memorandum approving the
agreement. Judge Mayer called attention
to the fact that the settlement bad no'
relation to a suit brought by the receiver
of ths Chicairo, Rock Island A Faciflo
railway company, another of the com
panies composing tha Rock Island system
The lattr suit involves claims of a
Eddie Mack Says He
Paid Money to Police
CHICAGO, Feb. . Eddie Mack, con
fessed bank robber, who turned state's
evidence, resumed th stand today in tha
trial of the four men who he says were
his companions ln robbing the Washing
ton Park National bank of tU.000 several
One of th questions to which th court
sustained an objection was:
"Did you tell the state's attorney th
name of twenty-flva policemen to whom
you said you had beau paying protection
"Did you ever pay any money to po
licemen T" waa another question. In reply
Mack nodded his bead.
The witness on cross-examination had
reiterated that for fourteen years he had
been a pickpocket.
Oakland Debaters win.
OAKLAND, Neb.. Fob. .-8peclaL
The Oakland High school won from Ly
ons Friday, in the first debate of the
slat aeries. The question discussed,
should congress substantially, adopt the
recommendations of th aecretaties ' of
war and navy for Increased armament?"
Oakland to Vote on Bonda.
OAKLAND. Neb.. Feb. ll.-peolal.)-A
call Is being Issued for a special school
election on March 14. to vote bonds for
tU.000 to build a new high school build
ing, replacing ths one destroyed by fire
on December ts.
Throughout ths weak of the Automobile
Hhow ths elect from everywhere gather
as always at the best place In town. If
It's an owner you wish to ssa, you'll find
htm here. If it's a dealer, he's here, too.
If It's ths man who is Interested in all
good things In life, his city, his bustnex
In living, he's here: for he's ljuylng
. lifs better berauee of this hotel, which
has become the common rround for the
inlerchenge of thought that makes for a
bigger, batter and broader Omaha. This
was the purpose of the projectors of this
hotel, and the house In operation la the
realization of the Intent. A policy of
roikduct has aimed to make this a hotel
tor women no less than for man. And
that's ahy It succeeds. That's why ths
tons and character la mads snd kept so
sttractivs. B peels I effort will he mads
during the week to come to merit th
lucre in patronage Hi at ths occasion
from Flooded Area
by Boats and Scows
NEW ORLEANS, La, Feb. II. With
four steamers and numerous fist boats
engaged In rewtie work, reports from the
district flooded by the Mississippi lave
break at Buck Ridge wrre more optimis
tic. Two steamer, loaded with refugees,
had reactied Natchea today from the
neighborhood of Newe.llton.
Two other steamers were working be
tween Natches and the Buck Ridge cre
vasse, where flood victims are suffer
ing most from exposure and lack of
Reports from Newellton say a num
ber of parties with supplies have gone
Into the back country in shallow draft
scows to search for persona who It had
been Impossible to readh.
Water from tiie constantly widening
crevass at Buck Ridge waa reported
rapidly covering Tensas. Concordia,
Franklin and Catahoula parishes. The
Mississippi river Is mingling with the
Red river a short distance below Vlda
11a and Ferrlday. It waa announced, and
the belief waa that by the end of this
week the pressure on the Red river
would force it meh higher. With the
exception of the Buck Ridge, crevasse
the Mississippi river levee continued to
stand the strain today.
Along the Atchafalaya river before
Melville, the crevasse today was reported
to have widened considerably. No ef
fort to check the flow will be attempted,
as the additional damage will not be
great. The only serious losses ln this
district were reported by tie and timber j
contractors. Melville and Krots Springs ,
were believed to be safe from serious
Agrees on Bill to
WASHINGTON. Feb. ft.-A new army
reorganisation bill federalizing the Na
tional Guard, Increasing the regular army
to 134.000 men, doubling the field artillery.
Increasing the engineer corps by fifteen
companies, creating four squadrons of
aircraft and an entirely new corps of
cadets from colleges having military
t reining, was agreed upon tentatively to
day by the house military committee.
Britain Asked for
Reply to Protests
of United States
WASHINGTON. Feb. Zl. Secretary
Lansing today asked the Ixindon foreign
office for prompt replies to the American
notes protesting against seizures of malls
and against application of the trading
with the enemy act against American
firms snd Interests.
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December 31, 1906.
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December 31. 1910.
December 31, 1812.
December 31, 1914.
December 31. 1915.
December 31, 1906 $110,829
December 31, 190H 161.662
December 31, 1910 216,730
December 31, 1912 397.961
December 31. 1914 691,872
December 31. 1915.: 719.656
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Today, Wednesday and Thursday
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THE GREEN SWAMP
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Admission, 10c and 20c
Turpin's School of Dancing
Twenty-ebrhth A Farnam. slew Classes.
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One lot of colorM
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of pity and human feeling Ho
Women he regarded as prey
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