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THTC HKK: OMAHA, THl'HSDAY, MARCH 9, 1D1H.
SIX STEEL CONCERNS
INDICTED IN OHIO
Yonngitown Corpontioni Charged
with Conspiracy to Fix Wifei
of Common Labor.
OUTGROWTH OF STRIKE RIOTS
YOITNGSTOWN, O.. March S. In
dictments were returned today by
the Mahoning connty grand jury
anatnst tbe United States Steel com
rany, four other steel companies, and
Judge K. H. Gary, executive chair
man of the United States Steel com
pany. The defendants are charged i
lth having formed a trust to fit
tbe wages of common labor in viola
tion of the laws of Oblo.
In addition to the United taUa com
pany, the following concerns wrre In
dlrtd: The Totinjrstown Ghet and Tube com
pany, the Republic Iron sml Htrcl rom
Tany. the Brier Hill Bteel company, the
Tounjrutom-n Iron and Steel company, and
the Carnegie Steel company.
The Indictments followed a ewe.eplna
probe of the East Youngatown riots and
labor trouble In January.
Garr fa lie It Oatreeje.
NEW TORK. March l-When In
formed of the Indictment returned at
Younstown sgalnst the United States !
Steel eoryoratlon, other steel companies i
and himaelf. Judge Elbert H. Gary today
Isaued the following statement:
"There are no facts to Justify the In
dictments returned by the Mahoning
county (rand Jury arainat the United
Statae Kteel corporation or the Carnegie
Steel company or any of th officers: orj
so far as I now agalnat any or the other
companl-a. The Indictment la an outrage
Will Carry Crew of
BUFFALO.' N. T March I-A local
manufacturer of ensines for aaroplanea
today received from a North Tonawanda
boat manufacturing company the body
of what la said to be th largest hydro
aeroplane that has been built In America.
When completed It will carry thirty-four
man. After being equipped with motors
and propellers. It Is said, It will be ship
ped to Great Britain,
v nmo iuiiy equippea ana reaay lor
service, this flying boat will weigh il.OOO
pound. The body Is fifty-five feet long
. and Is completely enclosed. In It will be
four motors of 140 horsepower for Tying
purpose and one MO boreepower motor
fr propelling the machine on the water.
; When the three sets of planes are eon
etructed. th machine will be 120 feet
from tip to tip. Th hull has two gaaollne
tanks, which have a total capaolty of
; about 1.000 gallons. Apartments are con
structed in the body for food and ammu
nition. The hull la of cypress.
j Tonnage on the
; Lakes Greatest in.
; Historyof Shipping
CLEVELAND. O.. March s-Ths de
mand for men en th great lakes Is tre
mendous, according to a statement Issued
her today by lak shipping Interest,
lior tonnage has been lined up than
ever before, and It Is now estimated that
. M.OOo.OuO ton of ore will be moved, the
statement says. Added to this wilt be
.M,(kQ tons of coal and about 14.000.009
ton of grain. Thla volume of freight la
ao large that owners of veaaels. It la an
nounced, are contemplating breaking a
channel through the Ice o as to reach
I-2m-anba on Lake Michigan, March as
so aa to put their ahlp Into commission.
Th wag schedule on the lakes, th
UMment aaaerta. Is practically double
that on the Atlantic seaboard. .
German Fleet is
' Sighted Monday
In the North Sea
LONDON. March I. A German fleet,
consisting of at least fifty big warship,
followed by a large fcray-palnted armed
trawler fleet, two big Zeppelins snd nu
merous submarine, was sighted Monday
afternoon In th North Sea off TeraeheU
ling laland. north of Holland, according
to the report of a trawler which has ar
rived at Tmulden, aays neuter's Amiter
Th fleet waa proceeding westward. Th
correspondent add that Monday morning
flee large erulaers of unknown national
ity passed Tmulden a, full speed.
. Osly it mm SSOMO qt'lNIMK.
To tft the genuine, call for full name.
LAXATIVE BROHO QU1NINK. Look.
for signature of E. W. Grove. Cures
Cold la One Day. Se. Advertisement
YORK. Nab.. March .-Sneeial.Wrim.
othy Ruhle led at his horn In West
Blue township Monday afternoon. He
waa 7 yaara old. He nettled In York
county In the '70s. Funeral services were
hrld In the Catholic church at Exeter
Wednesday morning et 10 o'clock.
M COOL, JUNCTION. Neb..' March I -
(Spcclal ) Mary Feenvy, a York county
pioneer, died at her home, five miles
aouthwvel of this villas. Sunday eve
ning. The funeral was held at 10 o'clock
yesterday morning at the Cathollo church
Henry rahmke. aged uS years, a res),
dent of Omaha for the last thirty-two
ycara, died Tuesday evening at a local
hoapltal. u survived by three broth
er. John. CI Ut and William.
Martha Fischer, aged 41 years, nlf of
Henry Fischer ef Tleree. died Wednes-
eay morning at a local hospital. The
body will be taken to Pierce Thuraday
T.orning for Interment.
Kdwla II. Farrar.
Kdwln H. Farrar, aged. SO years. 9U
t apttol avenue. resident of Omaha for
the lust twenty-four ytara, died Tuesday
night at the Nlrholaa Henn hospital after
aa illneae ef several years. He is sur
vived by bis wife and one brother. Fu
neral services will be held Thursday aft
ernoon at I o'clock from Ladder's chapel,
ith tulennent la Wect Uwn cemetery.
Hearings in Brandeis
WASHINGTON. March 1-rublle hear
naa on the nomination of !nula t. Ttran
drla of IJoaton to be associate Justice of
the supreme court, were terminated to
day by the Jiidlrlary aub-commltte of
the aenat. Th Inquiry has been In pro
gress for a month. The aub-commltte
save no Indication s to when It would
report to the Judiciary committee.
SEARCH FOR ARMS
AT YALENTINE TRIAL
Feeling: ii Interne Against Han
Charged with Double
COURT ROOM IS CROWDED
VALENTINE. Neb., March .
The trial of William W. Cryderman,
charged with the murder of Mrs.
Anna Layport and Mrs. Nellie Hee
lan, opened this afternoon In the
district court here before a crowd
which taxed the capacity of the
court house. Evidence at the pre
liminary hearing of Cryderman,
held aeveral months ago, went to
show that while working as a farm
hand on the ranch of John Heelan
and while the owner was In Omaha,
Cryderman, in a fit of anger for a
reprimand from Mrs. Heelan, shot
that woman to death. Her com
panion, Mrs. Layport, who had wit
nessed the killing, attempted to sum
mon help by telephone and was
twice shot while talking to neigh
bors. Tbe bodies of both women,
Mrs. Layport being probably fatally
wounded, but still alive, were sat
urated with oil and the house set on
Their bodies were later found In
the burned dwelling. Taking one of
his employer's horses, Cryderman,
the evidence shows, rode to a rail
road station and boarded a freight
train. He waa captured by Sheriff
Roselor and kept la hiding for sev
eral days, as threats had been made
to lynch him.
The feeling against the prisoner Is
still Intense, as was shown today at
tbe trial, and no one Is permitted to
enter the court room without sub
mitting to a search for concealed
weapons. John Heelan, husband of
one of the murdered women, de
nounced Cryderman during the trial
today and was with difficulty
That He Wants the
NEW TORK. March SJoh TV Wo.
Orath, secretary to Theodore Roosevelt,
announced today that ha had sent the
following telegram from nr. Roosevelt to
Lou I O. Stevenson, secretary of state of
Illinois, at Springfield:
"I have today received the following
cable for transmission to you: 'I hereby
disavow eandldacy of any and ail dele
gate to Illinois primary who fll peti
tion expressing prrrno for m for
" THEODORE! ROOSEVELT"."
Villa With Small
Army Within Few
Miles of Border
COLUMBUS. N. M.. March l-Wlth
three American cattle men. presumably
bald as prisoners. Francesco Villa waa
reported today with between M0 and 300
men at a point on the Boca Qranda river
In Chihuahua, fifteen mile wast of
Columbu and twenty-seven mile south
of th border.
GERMANY LAYS A LINE OF
MINES AROUND ENGLAND
LONDOM. March Th. Mora. A
England by solnea, reported aa threatened
by Germany, la already In eslstence along
me iraae route to Holland, according to
naval circle here.
Oerman aubmarlnea are reported to
have been busy recently lavlnv annim,
mines between the mouth of the Thamea
ana me uauower IlghUhlp, It 1 In this
neighborhood that many disasters have
occurred during the last month.
Read Bee Want Ads for profit. Use
them for results.
Big Bargains in Little Shoes!
You remember the story of Cinderella and the little glass slipper? No one else in all the kingdom that the
little slippers would fit We have styled this sale a Sale of Cinderella Shoes MEANING SHOES FOR SMALL
FEET. More than one size foot can be fitted, however, for the sizes rane from 1 to 4 ONE TO FOUR
Former prices $4.00, $5.00, $6.00 and $7.00
$ 1 oo
THURSDAY. 8:30 A. M.
A little the biggest bargain in little shoes which we have ever seen and far and away the best value offered
this year. Not trashy junk bought like Hodge's razors TO SELL, but small sizes left over from our own shoe
stock. ,Baker" the maker of most.
We are having a very large
This is surely a silk season and
WE HAVE THE SILKS.
Portion of Trenchei Loit During
Monday's Fighting Retaken and
Counter Attack Repulsed.
FIGHT FOR VERDUN CONTINUES
PARIS, March . (Via London.)
In the Champagne the French
have recaptured portions of tbe
trenches lost on March 6, according
to semi-official announcement made
The situation north of Verdun is
unchanged. No infantry attacks
were made last night, tbe announce
ment says. Artillery fighting con
tinues. Tbe text ef tbe communication laaued
by the French war office this afternoon
"In the Champaam district east of
Malaons D Champagne we launched an
attack which placed ua again in posses
sion of th sections of trenches occupied
by th enemy March 1 We took elahty
flv prisoner, Including thr officer
and captured a machine gun. A counter
attack delivered a little later against the
position we held was successfully re
pulsed. "In the Argonne our ertlllery haa
shelled the highways In the vicinity ul
Mount Faucon. over which It was reported
automobile transports were meklng their
'North ef Verdun no chang has been
reported. During the night the Oerman.
continued their bombardment of our front
west of th Meuse, but without puttln?
forward their Infantry.
Our batterel responded with energy In
thla sector, as well as east of the Meuse.
where the artillery bombardmnt has been
"There haa been spirited artillery fight
ing in tho Woevre. W hav bombarded
Elamee Grlmaurourt and the environ of
'An attack against th railroad and
the highway to Manheulles ws check;
by our curtain of fir and th activity
of tho French infantry."
I.araa French Position Captured.
BERLIN. March S (Via London.)-Th
capture of a French position west of the
Meuse on both sides of the Forges brook
below Rethlncourt, six kilometers wide
and three kilometers deep waa announced
today by German army headquarters.
It waa also announced that the vil
lages of Forges and Ragnevllle, the
helghta of Raben and the Cumlerea
Woods were In Gorman possession.
The capture of fifty-eight officers, S.277
men and ten cannon Is officially reported.
In the Woevr district the French were
driven out of the last houses they held
In the village of Fresnes. More than 700
prisoners were made.
200 Cudahv Workers
Walk Out Once More
8IOTTX CITT, la., March 1 Declaring
that the Cudahy Packing company failed
to grant the S-cent Increase to all com
mon laborers a waa promised. 200 em
ployee of the hog killing and cutting
Kidney Trouble Causes
Sleeplessness, Dizzy Spells
I have great confidence In your medi
cine, called Swamp-Root, aa I have, test
ed It thoroughly. I had Kidney trouble
for several year and found no relief, un
til J took Dr. Kilmer' Swamp-Root
Th doctor aald ray dlseae was Kidney
trouble of tbe worst kind. I hsd pains
In my back, dlssy spell and fever. Had
a languid feeling and could not aleep on
account of having to urinate ao often.
The doctor told me that I could not get
well, but I am well now and feel better
than I ever did. Can sleep well and am
not bothered any mora with my kidneys.
Hav never taken a dose of medicine
sine the last bottle of Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root. My age Is H years. Hav
resided In Darlington 20 years.
Tours very truly.
W. A. LEE,
404 W. Broad St Darlington. 8. C.
I'ereonally appeared before me this
Ith day of June, 1911 W. A. Lee. who
subscribed to the sbove statement and
made oath that the same Is true la sub
stance and In fact.
P. T. WARR. Magistrate.
Ir. Kilmer $ Co.,
klnshaantea, W. Y.
Prove What Swamp-Root Will Do for You
(tend ten centa to Ir, Kilmer Co.,
ninshamton, N. T., for a sample slie
bottle. It will convince anyone. You
will also recelvs a booklet of valuable In
formation, telllns about the kidneys and
bladder. When wrltlnx, be sure and men
tion the Omaha Pally Boe. Regular fifty
eent and one-dollar slse bottles for sale
at all drug stores.
Sanaa this afternoon again declared a
A strike, of Mm employes of the Cuflahy
and Armour plan' . aa settled last week,
when both companlea promised 21 cents
an hour for all common employe.
Rev, J, A. Paterson of
Oakland Dies from
Effect of a Fall
OAKLAND. Neb., March . fFpecIal
Telegram.) ReT. J, A. rvteraon, one of
tha oldest Swedish mission preachers In
thla country, died this afternoon at the
aito of 7' years. He slipped Saturday
while on his way downtown, falling and
breaking bis hip. The shock proved too
much on account of his being so heavy
and also his age, and he got weaker and
finally lay unconscious for some time.
Mir. Peterson arrived at Chicago In
later taking a paatorate at Drs Moines,
Sage Tea Dandy
To Darken Hair
Look years younger! I'se the old
time Bag. Tea and Sulphur and
nobody will know.
Yon can turn gray, faded hair beau
tifully dark and lustrous almost over
night If you'll get a 60-cent bottl of
YVyeth'a Sag and Sulphur Compound
at any drug store. Millions of bottles of
this old famoua Sage Tea Recipe, im
proved by tha addition of other ingredi
ents, are sold annually, says a well-known
druggist here, because it darken the. hair
so naturally and evenly that no one can
tell It haa been applied.
Those whose hair la turning gray or
becoming faded have a surprise awaiting
them, because after one or two applica
tions the gray hair vanlahes and your
lock become luxuriantly dark and beau
tiful. This Is the age of youth. Gray-halrod.
unattractive folks aren't wanted around,
o get busy with "Wyeth's Sage and Sul
phur Compound tonight and you'll be de
lighted with your dark, handsome hair
and your youthful appearance within a
This preparation la a toilet requisite
and Is not intended for the cure, mitiga
tion or prevention of disease. Advertise
B For Breakfast Foods U
U There's nothing more
hot or cold served with
Cottars Milk comes from healthy cows and Is con
densed in our spotlessly Clean factories, ii
the riensst milk, wun notmng tsssn
water ana notntnB- aaota. 11
For parity, freshness, flsror snd economy.
ever you nave otra usins Dome cream
In Two Blaw I ;
a and XO CENTS l' AV2e i-"JI
n W (swims S
When you fool a oold oomlng on, stop it with a few
doses of LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE, which destroys
perms, acts as a Tonic and Laxative, , and keeps the system
in condition to throw off attacks of Colds, Grip and Influenza.
Laxative Uromo Quinine
Removes tho Causo of Colds, Grip
but remember thero Is Only Ono
Omit Am tuH nmmm mnd look tor thl mlgnmturm on box
For Largest and Quickest Results, You Should Always Place
Your Classified Advertising in The Bee Results Tell the Tale
In. In 1W he arrived In Hurt county,
taking up a farm went of here. He was
the county minister for a long period,
lie moved to Oakland ten years ago. He
was born at Jonko ling. Sweden. H
waa widely known throughout tho coun
try In the different Swedish settlements.
Ho leaves a widow, seven children snd
Key to the Situation Bee Want Ads.
500 Untrimmed Hats Maker's Surplus
large assortment mostly
Scores of the
Flowers and Foliage Bargain Thursday Feature at 19c
and up to 95c remarkable collection. Hats trimmed free, if hat and trimming bought here.
Basement Millinery Section.
Women's Gowns and Envelope
Machine Made, Hand Embroidered
Gowns, slipover stylo, ebort sleeves, dain
tily embroidered; trimmed with lace. Sizes
14, 15, 16, 17. Prices $1.65, $1.75, $2.35
Envelope chemise to match, sizes 36 to 44.
Prices $1.25 and $1.35.
Undermusllns Third Floor.
appetizing than cereals ill
Stas-tlUsKt Uatwsetaned U
svjT's w,- n
Dieguez to Lead
DOUGLAS. Arls . March Oi-ncral M.
M. Dicgues, who waa withdrawn several
months ago from command of the cam
paign against the Taqul Indians In So
nora, has been returned from his assign
ment In the state ef Jalisco and again
will lead the Carranta troop In the Taqul
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The JMatlag-ulaa4 Asnerloas Com ad leant
MAY ROBSON In
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"m sjuvtihatios ojt Axnrr
frights, Ue to tt.60. stats., S5o to 91.
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Aaether of Ku aplagal'a Big Shows
THE STROLLING PLAYERS
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Ernie Buoton: Ovorsta
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Indus' Slut Katlaae Week Days,
bt. Mia aat t riisina billy a'ataoa sn
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Today PfNEWtf Tonlto
:30 itRUW 8:2U
aTortk Bros. sjtoek Oo. U
Where the Omaha B
Weekly May Be Seen
river valley, according to reporta received
here today from Hermoslllo, capital ef
General Francisco R Serrano, wh has
been In command of the Mexican troops
operating againat the Taq'H Indian, has
been ordered to Oelaya. Mexico, to Join
an expeditionary force being gathered to
operate against Zapata band. Oeneral
Alvaro Obregoa. It was said. Is organis
ing an ormy of X.000 for the Zapata cam
paign. shapes and all new colors.
and Summer Weight
Gauze union suits, low neck, no
sleeves, fitted or wide knee; all sizes,
Fine ribbed lisle union suits, low
neck, no sleeves, fitted knee, French
band tops, $1.25.
Underwear Third Floor.
H MAN Presents
In an Unusual
By KATE JORDAN
Directed by SIDNEY OLCOTT
Producod by th
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TTT) TTT) 4 days,
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