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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (April 25, 1916)
oce-ira In evvy Scottish Rite cathedral,
the country ir and I universally ob
served at tills time of the year. It marks
an ancient reltaOoua feast.
Pert gmffyf I1tahlef nieeallefl4 t
Your liver la tha cause. Clean out your
syatem wtth Dr. King New Life Pill.
You will feel flne-c AH druggists.
STAYS IN MEXICO
TILL ALMS QUIET
U. S.. Troop Will Bemain Till De
Facto Chief Hai, Crushed
KOTICE SERVED UPON HIM
not have aufflctant men to eope wtth what
appeared to be a very threatening ltua
tlon, an appeal was stmt to Company C
or the Nebraaka National Guard. The
company of fifty men responded.
Crle of "The soldiers are coming" rose
among the crowd and at once there waa
a mad dash for air and safety, The
laborers, who were mostly Mexicans, had
already tsken whatever refuse the bog
LIGHTS TURNED OUT AT THE
SCOTTISH RITE CATHEDRAI
In accordance with an ancient rite that
datea back to early days of Masonry,
tha llghte In the Scottish Rite cathedral
were turned on last Thursday and con
tinued to burn until yesterday noon,
when they were turned off.
The lighting and turning off the llgh'.s
Three of Big Four9 to Represent
Nebraska at Republican Convention
THE BEE : OMAHA, TUESDAY, APRIL
WASHINGTON, April 24. Behind
tbe formal announcement today that
President Wilson had approved a
plan for redlnponltloa of the Amer
ican troopa In Mexico, there was a
plain Intimation tonight that the
Washington government had deter
mined to maintain a military status
quo beyond the border until the Me
iran.de facto government tiaa demon
at rated Ha ability to capture or crush
Villa and h adherent and prevent
repetition of the Columbua raid.
In the Interim It la understood the
American troopa will be ao placed r
to safeguard the border town by
virtually policing the area aoiith of
Mia line where General Carranza has
teen heretofore unable to check
Ke tetary ilaker announced tha approval
of the reijlsposlllun plan after conaiillliiK
llh the prealdrnt today ever a Joint re
pent eubnilttfil liy atajur finneral Kim-
loti and Majnr fjenaral Huolt, chlef-of-
isff, In conferennv on tht the bordor.
'i'ha plan wan pi iKfi uy lirhnsl
1 mutton and concurred In liy CJniieiel
i('iji(, Tha secretary annuunntd the ad-1
nilfilsttatlnn's vl'-clslon aa .fulloaa:
"Oencral Kunston has recfiiiiiiiciid4 a
r-lip'ltlii of the fore In W fyi
I Im.. mii(Kix of n- u-mtiMi and pawling
iiiiiriiiilllcs for further u-tinrsll'irt
Hli Ibe fonts of do fivto govern
HK iit In .Mrxlr o, Tlic rscomim im1Hwi
hn been approved and lis eapertallnn of
ltft to lila tllMi ri llon."
The arrttary dlclat'd tlto following;
'The statement I hava mud indP'atea
fiulhliig lialevrr on the sitbjfct of wlion
Hit. American troopa will b withdrawn
from Mexico. The whole auhjrcl of with
iliswsl of tin? forces Is unuor arrange
ment r.nd negotiation liy Ilia NlHte do
psrtntsttt." He Haled positively t tut I no nddltlAtial
r Klimiils bad been ordered to tha bor
der and that no au-'lt order was In con
t'lunlHtlon, Tli swetary innde It Hear also that
military officials of the aorernment were
nt iionxlderliia Hie question of with
drawal from Mexico, that matter btilna
holly In Die hands of the Htais de
portment, - ':' .
Warning in tarransn.
The new military plan leaves the pur
suit of Villa at a standstill, but frees
Hi Hern Kunaton's bands to maka Ilia
position of tbe forces In .Mexico aecura
by grouping them In posts of such
sirenath aa to protect tbem from attack.
It will also serve as a plain warning to
'ieneral Carranza that lie must bend
every effort toward securing completa
control of tbe territory soulli of tha
most advanced American post If he hopes
to hava tha troops recalled.
fnnstilar reports from Oiiattnlalara snld
Urn! American employes of tbe t'lno
Mining company, about whose safety In
quiry haa been matle, bad not bean
in.ileHetl. Previous unofficial report
Iit.iii the border said Arnerlcsns in that
lcinlty were In a precarious situation,
Advices from Manianlllo said fifteen
Americans from tha Guadalajara dim net'
bad arrived at that port and were await
ing tiannpi rtatlon to tha United Htatr-a,
y Proa pert of Withdrawal,
SMN ANTONIO, Tex., April 2S.-Oenera
Hugh Lt, Bcott, ehlef-of-alaff, declared
today that he saw "no prospect of the
withdrawal" of American troopa.
Although he had Intended to leava hers
'odoy for Washington, General fleott was
till! here tonight and said he did nut
fiow' now a ban he would depart. He
vlded that he already had made bis re
port to Secretary Halter.
It I not his Intention, he aaid, to go
to ):) Pao or Columbua and be com eyed
ti e) Impression that be would depart soon.
Press dlepalchea telling of tha approval
by Secretary Tiaker of a redlapoaltion of
troopa along lines recommended by Gen
eral Kunauin were read to (lenerals Swill
and Fun-Inn and they admitted Die In
formation had been officially received,
btif ticlt her mvuIiI comment on tbe nature
of the proceed redistribution. It was
i d ' a a-!, however, that this did not mean
I mitral action Involving clianges of base
era of ma n linea of i-nminuulcatbin.
ll was pointed otn that the f on e irn
etsl Prishlna has in Medi o la tu nee I
of recuperation and (iensral Scott lot -mated
that about all that would be don
i iw would I to take muh atapa as oitli
li..ren the rffuVpey of the (rgantaa-t'-n.
TI SUtti ravalry from the dmltlci
lit a, ir.ittisv III. .Tea-, panned thrmta.i
Ine imIh on Ita ngy la t olumbin. alter-
li will rentnln wtth tha remainder or the
i tm men t'.Mteral I'unslnaj ird-ltt t(ef
ll te.a to b Uim-iI by tieit' i-nl i'erahlag
ll lie reiu.i . f'Sm
,eitrsl S oit apent m4my as etei.
in laitrfiil aliidy ef nf.irirati"n lendin g
defart tttt-iital I ea biU irtt it t ooc in eg d
. .'pi i ni In Mi- " and al es Uw
idr Alilmuga iHMu niioltil io sa m
u.)l dtg'ee be mi It .bar that V.a
bml n il i. Ainmsn-i'tt the ll'i.li n l ,,f
f, Iriuii and Hi i ili,ir r'-iemo'H In
lie., . K t e l- . ( b tl, In (!),.
ei.!, a -I i h "ia e rm. r v( r
n, ,.: t.c i- ,i..t ( h , ,t
t .n fruoi iieiteral I'emhlu ue tha
t'l'i ! i.i 'iiMto.a dit inn the r-i'dtii
,.; ife (. thi.m V, t p. atri-.a
I Kh toad aa-'t ih f ..,-.. at
t ao ' tf : o. ., ii, t
I 1 h t.t; . i ,
fr al at4MHt
t -t -,t a!? itiatt .'--u,,. t
- m t at his -t fit i)
' I ' ' r la w 4 II t , dll
' " l ts at a4ii
I. J . I - V '"'to' 9 ' -' 'I
Wlsa. I -V.-.
had either from (Jeneiul Kunstun or fi'; ti
ers I Scott.
I. oner I aplBred.
Consul Hliiiin ii'ilvd today from
lienersl (JaHra St. Juaret! a report dial
be had been llifoimed tbsl Paolo
repurled to bse led the band llisl killed
sevei.tcf-n Americans III ChlhualiUa sill
who hiis reported to bavt been oind'd
In the raid on Columbus, bud been cap
tured with three of bis ucn In a rave
near Kinit Vmibel, ,
The report added tbst I.ope uaa'bc
lug tiikcn to Cblbunliua for Ir'al.
(Jeneral flavlra also repotted Hint Man
ile IIhim, alio lecenlly ans m,i to have
led an attack on s delcbinent of the
Aineiban forces In Mexico, had been
killed st. J-anta Tomas. According 1"
iai'lis a iiiforiiintloii I'.a-u atlack'd ,-an'a
Tooias and his liand was rlfeied by tbe
lownrpi.opli-, io killed Un a ind fifteen
of I a mi li,
Czar of Russia Has
Narrow Escape from
Teuton Air Bombs
HIMU.IN' illy Wlielcae to Siyvlllel. I
April V',-k narrow oacape fur Km'ieror 1
Nicholas of llusrls front de.iili or m clous j
Iniui y by bombs dropped bv mi Auwirbui
itliiiinn during a visit, of the emperor to i
a southern sector of the fliisaliin line Is i
repciied III Stockholm advice received by
tha Oveiaea News agency,
"Tha emperor ass reviewing the troopa
In company with Osneral Jlru-eilnff, i inn
mambr of Ihe lluaslun fortrs on the
southwnaterii front, when an Austrn Hun
gal Inn filer appeared and dropped numer
ous bombs which landed mining the
troops, who fled In wild disorder," says
the news agency alnieineiil,
"The emperor," according to Ihe repoi'l,
"win hurt nnfl hltd a mil-row e. ape, the
Incident cunning blin entirely to lose hie
sclf-pftHaeaalnn. In couseuiiunce, Ueiiernl I
Flrilsslloff was bluer! leiiimo loil and
tjeneral Ivanoff was ic'iilled lo tin
aouthwestern fionl headiuni'ers."
I , ' ' 4 i
A MOB ATBEATRIGE
Soldiers Summoned to Scatter Crowd
Making; Demonstration Against
Body of Mexican Laborers.
VIOLENCE STAGE NOT REACHED
If KATKK'K, Neb., April 24.
(Special Teleitrani.) -The gtate iritlt
tin la keeping the peace of Beatrice
and envlrona last night. Ita aid wan
Invoked by city and county autohl
lit'M to dliiperae a mob of aoverat hun
dred men of Bouth Beatrice threaten
ing violence against fifty Mexican
and Grek rail road section laborer
who were aaid to have inaiilted
women of tbe city,
'Ihe Crowd Si-alter.
The trowd scattered upon the ar
rival of Ihe inllltiiinion before, th-
detiionKtration had reached a Btaae
of nctual violence, Meinbera of Ihn
mob have gone to their home gnd '
the objocti of tliolr wrath are safely j
bunked away In their sleeping quar
ters In box cam nlon-j the railroad
track outsldn of town.
The crowd b gnn to coi:'.t am ly In Ihs
aelilu; foil -iwl'ig re pott a of e!l"gerl m-
I suiting remarks mud ly the aertluii men
to woiti'n inselng neer t:.c b 'n!ln( tr.
A lha mob approached the rata sverst
I of the Mealcr.ins Ian ti to; p A ", M'a'loil
'and asked protection for 'i; ir c m?s-
Mllllla (ailed no.
As Ihe Htv and county au'.h ilte did
POLLARD ENTERTAINS AT
A REAI GAME DINNER
Itay Pollard, dredging contractor, en
tertained a party of friends Saturday
evening al the Merchants' hotel with a
game dinner, the beat that his native
state Of Arkansas could produce, Th
dinner waa embellished alth everything
that goes alih a real game dinner and
was thoroughly enjoyed by M, It. Murphy,
Pan Gaines, I'oc, l'"re, Nate lienity.
L. Thomas, Colonel J. C. Bhnrp, II. H,
I'etnrs, Mose Klynn, Aliruliam llinliank,
O. K. Htrj snr) Dr ft, X. Iloyt.
Two Arc Dead from
Being Overcome by j
Illuminating Gas j
(Jerirne crump and (tfaud Law rem e,
both colm fit and aged '-.t years, were
found dead In a room which they reined
ttslui'dsv nigiit at 23i ij Pacific street.
Heath rant" aa Ihe result of asplilkla
llo.i by llliiinliiatllig gas. Coioner Crosby
Iihs lbs bodies and may hold an Itntuest
Want Ads never shirk their work tltejr
will get results, If snything will.
CATHER FITZGERALD FUNERAL
SET C0R TUESDAY MORNING
Tbe f uncial service for Father
Wllllnm T. Kliagerald, iiaeiiilatit pastor of
Kt. Cecelui'iv t'hurcb, alio died at Ht.
Joseph's ho.ipllal Haturday morning, will
be held nt 10 o'clock Tuesday morning
at the church, tshere he had officiated
during the hint year. Al 2 o'clock this
afiernoo.i the body will be removed from
ihe hoMplliil to the church. At the church
It will He In slate until Tuesday morning.
At the f uncial aervlcea Ihe offices for
Hie ilcml will be chanted by the Catholic
clergy of tbe city, .beginning ft 30
o'clock mill cinil! n u i i uj li'ilf an hour, Fol
lowing the funeral service the body will
bs taken to Hartford, Conn , for furlal
necause of i'j auvr-erramy emollient
properties. Full direction! for sanative
ehaving without mug with each cake.
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