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VIEW OF ISSUES
WILSON GIVES OUT RAIDERS CAPTURE
ARMED SHIP POLICY! BRITONS WHO LET
HOW OUR WAGON TRAINS CAMP IN MEXICO This photograph shows United States
army transport wagons in triangular formation during- a break in the journey from the
border to neral Pershing's troops. The wagons are arranged in formation somewhat sim
ilar to t'v -d by frontiersmen with their prairie schooners to prepare for Indian attacks.
THAN YET TOLD
Washington Issu's Statement Dc
fining View of United States
ENEMY AIRMEN DIE
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Vy VOL. XLV-XO.
W EXTENT OF IRISH
New York Heart that Ten Thousand
Rebels Are Opposing Forcei of
British Government in
ROUTES TO LONDON IN DOUBT
Birrell Tells Parliament He Doesn't
Know if He Can Reach the
ASQUITH TALKS HOPEFULLY
NEW YORK, April 26. The re
volt ia Ireland far exceed In extent
tha admission of the British govern-1
ment, according to Information re
ported to have been received In Irish)
circlet In this city. A force of about;
10,000 rebel I a opposing the British !
government authorities In Dublin'
and neighboring counties, It was as
serted. The reports bad it that John ac
Nclll, leader of the Irish volunteers
and editor of their official organ, the
Irish Volunteer, bad been shot, but
whether In the fighting or after had
cot been learned.
Arm Itontee loaed f
lJNDON, April 26.-At the opening of
tha llouae of Commons today Augustln
IHrrell, chief secretary for Ireland, ald
It wa difficult to any whether any route
Ireland were open or closed. He added
that he was going there If ha could to
Iratlc atep have been taken by the
firttlah government to aupprea the up
rlalna; In Dublin by tha proclamation of
martial law In the city and county and
by proclaiming the association which
look part In tha movement Illegal organi
sations, which will enable the police to
break them up.
This wa announced In the Kouae of
I'ommon today by Premier Asqulth, who,
while making a mora reassuring state
ment with regard to the situation in the
Irish capital, did not add much to previous
knowledge of what has bapened there
nlnec Monday noon, when rehel took
possession of the potoffice and certain
K.ctlona of the city.
Troone In Poiwaalaa,
The prime mlnlater wa able to say,
however, that Liberty hall, the liead-
'liiHrter of the Hlnn Keln party nnd 81
Htephens" Oreen, which seemed
to have !
lcn tha tenter of the rising, Und I e n re-, cnciny ate entitled to enter and leave
oc uplcd by the military who wrc beln? J reutrnl porta without hindrance In the
reinforced by, tho tryop fojij, j;u:ftniUoij of legitimate trade, they arenot
and Belfast, j , entitled under certain circumstance)
The casualty at Dublin, accoidlny to j which are detailed aa follow:
f.ord I.andowne statement were n- "Armed merchantmen of belligerent,
teen killed and twenty-one woundrd, b'.- nationality under a commission or order
eldee two loyal volunteer and two p- j of their government to ns Under pcimlt.y,
llcemen killed and alx loyal xolunl ia j their armament for sggresshe purpose
and; Hurt During
Attack On Lowestoft
LONDON1, April 2.-Twentyflve cas
ualties in dead and wounded resulted
irom ma DomDaroment or i.owrsion ny
u"1 w,r""11" '" . the admiralty to do so and that reward,
running fight with the Hrltlah IlKht : had t e n offered to cormnandcr who auo
crulncr squadron and destroyers, ao tnrjeeeded In destroying submarines,
as can be learned. All the British ships! The statement declares that there Is a
hsve returned safely, two of the Maht j (ilatlnct difference "between the exercise
cruisers bearing signs that they had been of the right of eelf-protertloii nnd th
hit by shells, but not In vltnl rlafes. ,
few among the crewa of the rtrltish war.
ships were wounded, but not serloualy.
One of the Hrltlsh deatroyera, which
played a part In a previous battle In th
Xorth Pea, was again In the thick of the
fight. A shot penetrated Its engine room
and four of II crew were acalded.
After firing Into loweeloft for twenty
minutes, the Germans retreated. The
caaualtlea aboard tha Hrltlsh shi oc
curred in the running fight which en
sued. It la generally believed thnt the
rtrltlah gunner scored hlta on the Oei num j
I'fiie.Hst till 7 p m Thursday:
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WASHINGTON, April 2. A
statement defining (lit attitude of
the I'nlted States toward armed mer
chant ships van mane public today
by the stale department by direction
of President Wilson, It originally
wai prepared ax a circular note to
other power, but It later was de
cided to Issue it an a statement,
The statement hold to the right
of a merchant sbip to arm for pro
tection only, but declare that "mer
chant men which huvn used their
armaments for afcgresslvc purposes
are not entitled to the same hospl
tallty In neutral porta an peaceable
Minima of Armed Ship.
' Th ttti of an armed merchant ves
el of belligerent," sys the statement,
"I to b considered from tha point of
view of a neutral when th vessel enters
Its ports, end from that of an enemy
when th vessel In on the high nth."
The efstement trei at length heae l If -ference
m tu and sum them up an
"Th ststus of an armed merchant ves
sel ai a wsrahlp In neutral water may
be determined In th aflsence of docu
mentary proof or conclualve evidence of
previous aggressive conduct by preemp
tion derived from all clreumstsnces of
"The status of m h vessel an a wsrshlp
on tha hlah sess muat be determined only
upon conclusive evidence of nggresslv
purpose, In tha bence of which It l to
be presumed that the vessel has a pri
vate and peaceful chsrs'ter and It aiiould
be ao treated by an enemy warihlp.
,"In brief a neutral government may
proceed upon the preaumptlnn that an
armed merchant veasel of belligerent na
tionality la armed for aggression, while a
belligerent should proceed on the pr
aumptlon that the vessel 1 armed for
protection. Both of these preaumptlona
may be overcome by evidence the flrat
by secondary or collateral evidence since
tha fart to be eatahllahed I negative In
character; the second by primary and di
rect evidence since the fact to be estab
lished ta poaltfva In character."
tnamplloa of rulral.
Then the statement gees on at length
to take up the right and duties of neu
tral and belligerent an affected by the
state, of armed merchant vessels In neu
tral porta end on the hlach sea. It lay
i down the rule the) t while merchantmen,
armed only for protection sga'ntt the
j or merchantmen, which without ucli
commls-don or orders, have uaed their
1 armament for aasreealve purpos", are
i not entitled to the mint hospitality in
;reutrl ports as pcacable arni'vl mer
' hertfea of (Jrrfiian oie.
I The Oermsn note on the question of
j ar med merchantmen to which the stat
1 merit la regarded as an answer, charged
that Hrltlsli merchant ships were armed
to attack submarine and that their com
manders were under secret orders from
set of iriilslng the aca In an armed vei
sel for the purpose of attacking enemy
50,000 Recruits in
Next Four Weeks
I.MON, April X Premier Asqulth.
el the secret session of Parliament yes-
terdsy presenle.l on behalf of the gov
ernment iroinsla fureshedowlng gen
rrnl military ci.m,ul.l(iii unUns sueccss
atlerided "InutiedlNle rfffirti In ohtHlii
men ' lequlrwl by voluntarv enllstmeiit
from anion the unutientei nmrriril men."
The gi eminent a priHsala were .uMU'lv
anmnmceil today In a h'lKj stfiteiiient tn
Ths giiveriilnerit, Mr. Aiilih s.ild. "ni l
fnrthwtih 4.I1 I'arliiiinriit Ui cmiiu!mif v
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That Will Settle Sea Controversy
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Crew of St. Stephen, Which Refused
to Aid Drowning Men' of
Wrecked Zeppelin, Taken
ENGLISH LOSE THREE
Destroyer and Scout in Hands
Germans Attacking; East
HEAVY DAMAGE DONE, IS STORY
RKULIX, April 2 6. tVlit Lon
don.) The German naval forces
which bombarded Lowentoft yestei
day, sank the steamer InnK Htephen
and raptured Hs crew, It was offj-j
dally announced today, Thin is tlw
Hume Hteamer thnt refused to rescue
the crew 0 the Zeppelin L-l whlili
dropped Into the North Sea,
It was also announced that a de
stroyer and another scout boat snide
from tbo King Stephen were sunl'j
and that on one of the cruisers at-;
tacked a bad fire was observed. i
Klrnl of Maid.
)n a Zeppelin raid O' it Knghind lam
night, fortified establishments at Imilnn,
Colchester, Ulack water and llmgte
were attacked, the war office announced
this afternoon. Tho French port and
large Hrltlsh supply depots at Ktaplea,
Paa-de-Calals, alao were attacked.
In a continuation jesterdny of th'
naval skirmishing that began off th.
Klanders coast on Monday, a Hrltlsh de
stroyer was bsdly damaged by Uerman
navel forces, and an auxiliary steamer
was sunk and Its crew captured and
taken to Zecbrugge, It wss officially an
nounced this afternoon.
The official statement on the naval
rail Is as follows:
"At daybreak, parts of our high sea
forces bombarded with good success the
fortifications and Important military
buildings at Or eat Yarmouth and Iiwes
toft, and afterwards, opened fire on a
group of enemy airmen, small cruisers
Nlar Fire on ( raiser.
"On one crulaer a big fire was ob
seryed. One destroyer and two enemy
scout boats were sunk, one of the letter
being the F.nglUh fishing atcamer King
Htephen, which formerly refused to save
the crew of the Uennan airship
when In diatreas. The crew of the fish
ing steamer was taken prisoner. The
remaining enemy naval forcea withdrew.
On our side there were no losses, nd all
the ship returned undamaged.
"Simultaneously with the attack of our
naval forces a naval air s'limdron at
tacked, on the night of April 24-25, the
eaatern counties of England. Hombs
mere thrown with good effect on Indus
trial tiiilldlrigs at. Cambridge and Nor
wich railway buildings near Lincoln,
batteries near Wlnterton. Ipswich, Nor
wich and Harwich, aa well ss em my
reconnolterlng shlpa on the Kngllsli
cost. Despite a violent bombardment
al tho airship landed untouched In home
"Aeroplane of naval air detachment
early on Tuesday morning pelted ef
fectively with bomb harbor works,
fortification and the aerodrome at Dun
kirk. All returned undamaged.
"The previously reported outpost cn-
(Continued on Page Two, Column Five )
Of Cattle Prices
WASHINGTON", April M.-Government
control of "cattle prices aa a solution of
the raisers' problem was sdvoratod tie
fore a houae committee today by ,1. H.
Allen, a atock producer of Pocahontas,
"With government Inspectors to grade
the rattle at tha yards, the producer and
raJaer would get fair treatment," he said.
"Ninety-five per rent of the rattle sold
In Iowa last year were disposed of on a
down market. I'ttder present conditions
the raiser might aa well send his purse
to Chicago and permit the packer In tKe
what money he wants from It."
The hearing was en th" Holland reso
lution ly inniruct the federal (rule 1 out
inlnninlt to determine If the pm Iters nie
violating the Kli-'iiimii law
One Year Ago Today
in the War
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Colonel Dodd Defeats Band
of Villistas at Tomachic
KIKMJ HKA Uy I' A flTKflM, April W.
(Vla Wireless to f'olunihus. N. M.)-To
Americans were killed and rhree wounded
In en engagement between cavalrymen
under Colonel flcorge A. Dodd and 2"0
Vllllataa at Tomaehlc. In the center of
Hleria Madres In Western Chihuahua on
April 21, according to an official refrfirt
reaching here today, The Villa command
under four chiefs, Baca, Cervantes, Do
mlngues and ftlos, was surprised in the
late afternoon and routed, After th
battle the Americans found sis dead
Mexicans and nineteen wounded, whila
a quantity of horses, arms and equipment
Heports received here made no mention
of Villa himself being with the band, al
though It had been reported previously
that tie was In hiding In the mountalna
in that vicinity. While last reports
placed the bandit chieftain at Moncava,
about fifty tulles south of Tomaehlc,
which la approximately sixty-five miles
aouthweat. of Chihuahua. City, belief wa
firm here that Villa was not with th
The Vllllataa were encamped In
jagged, rocky defile when they caught
sight of the American column riding to
ward them about 4 o'clock In the after
noon. Immediately the Mexican buglea
sounded tho call to arms, Through the
TO SPEAKIN OMAHA
Former Mayor of Spokane to Ad
dress Business Men at Com
mercial Club Friday.
IS TO PREACH HERE SUNDAY
The preacher who talked In his
! pulpit iibnut how to run the city
! tTtll the people railed his bluff and
put li i 111 at the head of the Spokane
municipal government Is coming to
Omaha. IIo Is- to arrive Friday
morning, be tho guest of K, O. Mc
(Jiltnn, and spcuH at a public affairs
luncheon at the. Commercial club
lie la Dr. V, .1. lllndley of Winni
peg, Canada, He Is pastor of the
Central CnnKra(innal church at
that place, the largest church In the
ir. Miiidley Is the preai her-inayor who
rlearii'd up Hpuliaiie. pl.t 1 mnmerclallMid
ce out of business, reduced lbs number i
,,f ,, ii, to !. agllnted snd j
rdiicfi i'ic lines nf tli" city
gut the :
v to uii tu nwn piil'l.c improvement
iimiiitiii-rv, thus sauiiii thinisamia or
r.i.Miis. M"t ihr big otilriH t"H so mad
! It I ft 1 thnt the priilloiii'.l tor a reil
1, ,1 ne .iinsiiiiid to flint that th
pri.pl to.ul t.y I lie pieaii,.r-nit)r by
ft i,.t uf mine tiisll ," In on"
It.- Iiii..I mi llo tob until he thnuk-l.t
be I.m.I imil ho a n..nii sit'l then
bint I ' mil 1 be iKui i.l in itd rii"
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struggled, the VIIIIsIhs dropping ell ' um
liersome equipment In 11 precipitate flight
before t'olnnel I (odd's cavalrymen.
fines during the flight the Vllllstiia re
reived reinforcements snd attempted
vainly to make a stand ngalnst the A mer
leans. When riTstit came the pursuit
heeanie Increasingly difficult because of
the nature of the terrain, honey-cimlieil
as It Is with mniiuliilii raves, gorges ami
lialla In which there are many Jagged
rocks, ruinous to the feet, of the horses.
Colonel ilioiM pursued the Villistas to
ward Mlna'-a, his le, where he la now
reported to be awaiting supplies.
The nineteen Villa wounded, dike 11 lu
the engagement, and the twenty-five
horses and arms captured were taken to
Mlnaca to await OenersI Pershing or
ders as to their disposition. Colonel Dodd
wss given much credit here for bis feat,
and waa officially commended for the
promptness shown by bis small outnum
AN ANTONIO, Te Atiiil W.-Tha
! tw American soldiers killed in the en
gagement between Colonel Druid's forces
and Villa bandit April 22 were ttsddier
Jl. A. Raw and Private Karaites of Troop
If. Thla Information earnn today to (ien
eral Funston In a delayed report.
BAY STATE REJECTS
Thirty-two of Thirty-six Delegates
to National Convention Are
T. R. ALSO LOSES IN NEW JERSEY
BOSTON, Mass., April 26. Thirty-two
of the tblrly-sU delegates
chosen In the presidential primaries
yesterday to represent MassaetitiHdts
In tho republican national conven
tion at Chicago are unpledged to any
enndidate for president. These In
i.lude the four ddegates-atlargc,
Governor Samuel W. McCall, Sena
tors Henry Cabot I.odne and John W,
Weeks and former Senator W. Mur
ray Crane. The remaining four dis
trict delegates are understood to
favor the, nomination of Theodore
A revision of llie figures for the
ihtlre etuta today showed the
lowing vote for delegates-at large;
fnpledgeil tlilnt. 8imiirl W, Mel 'all,
si ;..; ncnry 1 aunt louse, ema .
(I'l.iitlnued en l'ag live, Ciiliiiuu Thieo )
STRIKE AT HASTINGS IS
ENDED BY COMPROMISE
MASTINUK. N V , April '. Ttie sink
of einiiiini ef (be National i'oiibiii end
t'ai.ls 1 luupunv. b' n las been iionk.d
I y ilotiiis and tl,e i-sllii-s "ill i.f de
nitlitla, wss . tiled lo.lsv ulu-n lbs sink.
rI, ii.lr.l t,i arret ! Ho i.rfi-l nf the 001
ir for all tin rrsae lu ' of 3 1 t ,U
an hour i ' siriri ti I lb iiiamb l an
In r e ef cents
Asquitlis Wait-and-Scc Policy Is
Blamed for Dublin Insurrection
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1ACTIYE PURSUIT OF
VILLA IS RESUMED
Detachments of American Cavalry
Are Whipping Mountains North
and West of Parral.
BASE IS NOW WELL EQUIPPED
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SAN ANTONIO, Tex., April 26.
It was Indicated at headuAiartei s to
day that the Heott-ObreKon confer
ence would be fi lit at Cludad I'or
firlo Dim: or Las Vacas, across tu
Mo Urandn front Kugle Pass. Ten
tative arrangements for a special car
to carry General Scott end General
l'unston to F.bkIc Pass tonight bavo
FIKI.I) UKADgCAKTKnS, Naml
ntilpa, Chlliuahua, April 2S.-(Vla
Wlrelcfis to Columbus, N. M April
Several detachments of Amer
bsn troops ha;e resumed active pur
suit of VJlIa and are whipping the
Mountains north and west of I'arral,
where the bandit chieftain Is re
ported to be biding.
The advanced buxe, 300 mllea
Hfiilth of the border, Is now com
pletely equipped, tralnload after
lralnloitd of motor trucks bnvlnic ar
rived hern within tho last ten days
bringing rations, clothing and crjulp
r.ient. Ilndd's 1'roa In light.
Kit PASO, Tex., April 2H.--A report has
been received here that Colonel nodd
advanced cavalry detachment had an
engagement several rtHys ago, In which
both side suffered losses. It was not
Indicated whether the battle was with
Vlillsta bauds or with Carransa troops.
The Information regaiiing the battlo
came In a private dlspakh, hut gave no
information where Uie engagement took
place. Advanced detainments of Colonel
Imdd'a cavalry recently have been oper
ating In a limited sone Just north of
Hatevo. These detachments mre tn
oe small units which are scouring the
cot.ntry for Vllllma bands.
Officials of Cue de facto government
were opllmlstlc today In the belief that
the mlSHion of lleietal Alva libregmi,
milliliter of war, to this city or Jusrej to
i-ot.fer nith Molor lieneral Hugh I
Kcott, rhlrf-nf-staff of the Culled Mutes
army, will result In a iintlsfai tury plan
whereby peaceful conditions may lie
maintained ulong tho b.inier. Andrei Unr
ein, Mexican consul here, sold that
limbing but gnm eint come of the con-
remtltig tlie ronreienie, wlU'li will
probably lie held lain this week, the hiei
arid lines of cotiitiionli Btlon of tbo Aitter
b an army In Mexico are bring stienglh
llteij for nil eventuiitlty.
French Lines Are
Taken bv Germans
IH:tlt.IV (Via l.iii..ul. April -l.e
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Geneva Dispatch Says Kaiser Will
Return to Berlin for Final
Conference Over Reply to
j AMERICANS HAVING TROUBLE
j U. S. Citizens Who Attempt to Leavej
j Germany for SwiUerland Are
j GERMAN OPINION IS DIVIDED
j HI 1.1,1; I I .
j IIKHI.IN. April 26. t Via Lon
jfion,) - The German answer to lbs
1 American note may not he exprvterl
leforo the end of the present eeV,
It may be presented on Saturday,
... . I
111 1 1 .
OKNBVA. Kwltierland, April 2.".. -I
Via Psrls, April :', 1 - Gcrmuti
newspapers srs now tsking a nioie)
terlous view of Hie Genrinn -American
situation. They nay Km,)etor
U'llllam !s expected to return to Her
lib, front general headquarters, lr
the meantime Americans a'temptlm
t.i leave Germany by way nf Hwllzer
land srs encountering difficulties.
Many of them are held up at Con
stance, the linden frontier havlnH
been closed since yesterday,
f) KIR LIN, April 25. (Via Umdnn,
April 25.,- Chancellor von lleth-insnn-Hollweg
gnd Admiral von
Noltre ndorff, chief of the naval gen
eral staff, departed for hoadiuartera
on the evening train to consult with
Emperor William In regard lo th
reply to the American note,
Th chancellor's conference with
James W. Gerard, the American am
baasador, thla afternoon, lasted for
half an hour.
Fottllo Opinio Divided.
Public opinion In Germany respecting
the American not remajn divided lit;
two main directions. One, represented
by Count Kmeat von lleventlow, th
navsl expert of the Tages Zeltung, con-,
tlnues to assert It would wslcom mi
breach with America alth a feeling of!
relief. The attitude of th other stdai
Is Indicated by a remark by Thedorj
Wolff ly, tltls morning Tageblatt ihatl
not they, but Kngtand and ether en-i
mle of Germany would welcome a breach)'
"ullh a feeling of relief." . '
What will come of the deliberations
now progrearilng concerning the note can-1
not now be Indicated, but It can be sslif
(Continued en Psge Two, Column Two.)
Part of Yuan's
Array Deserts and
Will Attack Peking.
HAN mANX'IHtX. Cel., April M.-A.
rebel advance on Peking, th capital of
China, has been ordered by the Chlneaaj
revolutionists, according to a Shsngosl
dispatch to the Chinese Itepubllu aasoj
elation here today.
An army of several thousand troops,
under l.ny Cng-TIng, formerly conf-,
rnandcr of Yuan Hhl Kal's force Ii
Kwang HI province, and lieneral l.unkj
Cbl Knang, formerly with the govern
ment troops in Knang Tung, will tieglis
the march upon Peking anon, It aaj
elated. Hnth leaders are said tn hav
deserted Yuan rihl Kal with their forces,
sjhe rebel troops are scattered over tin
acceded provinces of southeastern China,
m nr 700 lolbs south of Peking. In Pe
chill province they have the advantage:
of transportation by sea with the risk,
however, of attack by government naa
forces, according to advices.
Today's dispatches to the Chinese Hos
public Association here, which has aenl
thousands of dollaia to aid In f Instiling
the revolution which hesnn last fa
against Yuan Mil Kal, stated also thai
iiett lining linen, a rebel lender, has
been stdeeied military goniiior nf
Kwnng Tung province,
It la believed here by iiffb lain of !i
liillieso Itepiiblli' asaociatloit Inst lbs
attny i f tha revolutionists nuinlifrs ahnu
3 0,tp) f'iili(icd trooiis.
I0WA MAN VOTES FOR
CLDFIELD FOR PRESIDENT
IH 8 MiHNT.l, I. April JS,-The te,
suit of a ram ess mad by the stt't,
rteeiitli-D i oiire ll ef t oil a 1 it at !'.
pt aldeiittsl pri-frrro pihusii April
si. ii ' hi e. I ...if sliewa t'm total li.ig
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