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Bee Call Tyler 1000 If You Want lo Talk to The flee or to Anyone Connected With The Ilee. THE WEATHER. Unsettled Omaha Daily JnUt! V YUU ALV SO. -JGO. OMAHA, ri!IIA MuK'NINu, AW.1.7 liMti TWKLV K llA(!Ks. Ob Train, at Motel f l 1 ii i gr ,r GERARD TO SEE GERMAN RULER AT WAR FRONT Jagow Calls on American Ambas sador for Talk on General Sit uation and Will Return for Another. LANSING SAY 8 ALL IS SAME American Ambassador Will Be Re ceived by Kaiser at His Field Headquarters. TROBABLY WILL DISCUSS NOTE WASHINGTON, April 27. --Soc ratary I.analng announced lute to day, In reaponsa to attentions, that tha situation between tho frilled State and Germany wan unchanged. BERLIN, ApriTi?. Foreign Min ister von Jsgow called on Ambassa dor Gerard at the American em ha any at 10 o'clork this morning for a talk on the. general situation and declare! hla Intention of returning later in the da. BERLIN, April 27. (By Wtrnleaa to flaytliln.) James W, Gerard, the American amhassador to Germany, will leave Berlin tonight for tho German army headquarters, where he will be received by the Gorman emperor. . Dr. von ileihiiiann-IIollweg, the German Imperial chancellor, who up to the present has been at tho army headquarters, la expected to come to Jierlln tomorrow to prepare Ger i.'any'a answer to the lateat Amer ican note. I'rol.lcm Most Difficult. LONIHIN, April ifl.-Tho most dim I'lilt problem of diplomacy which Ocr. many haa been called upon to solve alneo the war bcaan la that presented by the American note on aubmarlne warfare, saya a aeml-fifflrlal telegram from Her llu to Ihe Cologne (iazatto, aa forwarded tiy tha Exclianaa Telegraph correspond cut at Amsterdam, 'The semi-official telegram saya th answer to the American noto will not I given before the end of th week," tlw correspondent telegraphs, "a a tho decl. alon to be arrived at la th most diffi cult Hi nca thfl outbreak of. tho war." Crabtree Favors Sacks for Chewing Gum in the Schools MAMSON, Wis,, April 27,-The Htnfo I01uoatlon,l Bulletin, Issued today, com ments favorably on a iigRatln. of I'l-ealdent J. W. Crabtree of the Hlver (-"alia Normal achool that there should bo a gum rack in achoola. "Pupils have a rlahl to chew sum," President Crabtree la quoted aa eaylnK. "Teachera do It, but they know when, where and note. Why not teach those convetitlonalltiea to the pupllaT 1'ermli the pupil to chew gum on tho playground and on the way to and from achool. Hut what will the poor child do with hi gum while In tha recitation or aaaembly room? If h keeps it In hla mouth ho I aure to forget hlmaelf and before he Is aware of It be chewing at a lively int.!. "A gum rack at tho entrant', of tha room containing a number and a peg for each pupil aolvea tho problem." Lieutenant Miles Returns from Russia HKATTLK. Wanh., April 27.-Lleutey.nt Hherman Mllea. I.'. 8. A., aon of Gen eral Nelaon A. Mllea, haa arrived hero with Mra. Mllea from Prtrograd, where h haa been ndlitary attache at t'lo American emlmney. Il will remnln oniy until he rocclvea onlera from Waehlng ion, which were expected todiiy. Lieu tenant Mllen prali'd Ihe work of lr. rougeno T. llurd of WeHttln, who in aerv luc aa a aurg'U with tho Tenth Huj Mian army corpa. Lieutenant and Mia. MXIen returned to tha I'nlted Htatea, via VladivoNtok, on tha Japnneae-i'anadlnn liner, RiiiprrH of Japan, which arrived yeaterday at Van- ouver, tt, C, The Weather For Omaha, renin ll I'.lul (e uiiu I -lull, l'i..ill,.l I rutterlarra at tlmaha elrrla. . , . . . , 'i , . . , . ... , t I mm ts 1 1 1 local llriuril. !' 1: I t l.l ltH''( i -In 'i I . 1 ,.- ,,.! 1 ' 1 1 ( a ie- i' i! . ' a I , -i-.i . i -I i i et I .. i ,! so t tci i a u imi ' 'I In i t I. !" . V ' - ,. ..l ttill i. . , 9 r ;!. , , . . U 'i 1 11 ; r, a I , . . ,,. O, I". U H'c . I I It .1 . . Ie f- i tl r,.t . ' . at. , , i,,,, I ' , t..e i, ,., vi . i. A 'I' - --.... ..' -I . i ' ., . '' I . ... i- , . 1 ' t ' , NrpiMie sn eialluae t IV M II b"' t ,' ..I VI ..!.. ' ' ' " "' I I I' .'l' 1 , , t .r- H h , I , . t t !..! t ,, nt... . all ., V'"' K ' ' t ya - v t l A vi f, i ,, tt THOMAS NELSON PAGE United States ambassador to Italy, who arrived on the St. Louis with Mrs. Page, on a three months' leave of ab sence from his post at Rome. r ; Si I trv," I! ! THOMAS NELSQJi PASS. Wyoming Rancher Killed When Struck By Freight Train MITCHKM,, Neb., April :7. fFpe' lal Telegram,) Joe A. Graham, a well known ranclier of eastern Wyoming, waa etrnek and instantly killed by an east bound frelxht thla morning at about o'clock whllo attempting to drive hi automohllo airon a iallroa1 (rnnilnx within Mi feet of hla homo, ab)i(t foor mllea went of Fort I.aranilc, Wyo. Air. iriiliiim wa ulone and Iho train vinl In l.ilti alht for morn tlian Vf yarda from the croaalnu;, and thu engi neer Ma I i'd at the lnieat Hint he waa blowing tho whlKtlfl and fully expeytad to aec tho car atop, until too lute The ciiKlne atrut k the car and knorke.l It about, forty feet, throwing Mr. Ora hnm from thu car and breMking hla neck and one lea. When picked up by tho crew, ho hud tho ateerlng wheel in bin hand. Air. Oraham waa 45 yeara of aae and eovfn a wlfo and on aon about 21 yeara and a daughter 4 yearn old, Stockmen Will Put Pressure On Big Conventions . TOPKKA, Kan., April 27.-A call for a natloii-wida convention of atockmen In Chicago, June , to tako up the flaht on railroad ratea before the republican con vention and endeavor to mnka their de manda a part of the party platform, la being aent ott by J. II. Mercer, Kanoaa atato aanltary live atock contmlnaioner and aecretarof the Kanaaa Live Stock aaxoclatlon. It ia alo planned to aend repreacntatlvea to tho democratic con vention on a almtlar niinxlon. Tho call in the outcome of tho recant meeting of live atock ahipplng lntareta with tho InteiHtute (,'omnicroe commla alon In Waaliliigton. t'ne of the purpoaea of Hie propoaed convention will be to set up a uniform live atock contract agreeable to both uhlppcra and railroads, licmanda to be rnudt are: Increnao In maximum declared value of live stock and that the Iowa caae con cermnn maximum values bo reopened. Swiss Troops Open Fire on a German Plane AlongBorder (ILNl.VA. Apnl :''.-- Via Parla, ieed In tranamiaelon. U s territory haa nti'ilo been vtoburd ! a ihnimn aero-! plane, Th" machine flew over the region ; of I'oreulruy at .lawn today and wan bombarded b $wih uoop all along ! the frentlvr. I The ar ciaft il!opid nornim on the j French town of liillc, ' eleven Inilea , outlieunt of llelforl. (iinl then croaaad 1 Hie fir-a fioullrr a ar imd (line, finally1 dlaappt arlua In tin- dueeibm yt Af ift. Agrees to Modify Exclusion Clause W 1 1 M ITi N April The aenat.- I 111 llolri a ' 1' O tttiutllUlee l-nl,l MBreed I,. lo.,dif' On' UIV r. I'm nil irillnii ef i . pen Ima ti.inc.ar.il n mil t'i tiimii.tt' lilirn, t. Ihe t;u.tT tfc4l.1t ae- Kieu! rrtlt ling ll.ltll i ' r Hi I !! ir J i l f 1 ; lll-,.rri. j Irish Rebels Represent Only Small Minority, Say Leaders I tiN t t .ii , i , i.. , . , ! -ttl rtv.t.i .-u ll i.r. iin.i ma t,. I-, u,' US Vt ,,.(.' ( ll! l ttl-" ll'i 11. . , I, 'It ..( t 1. I l . I. I'll i ' i' .1 'I -1.1 , tie I.. . I. i , . . ii"' 'l I ' v U II' i 1. . f I I .!. I l k I . - t M - I t .. .. , i 'i r'-". ii. . , .... i, i 1 1 . . i ii'i'i ci t "in i ii t.' Ii' it-, :"ii.'0 . In 'i I t t i sill t ta ..... '.t ,.., ,1 ..! . 1 ' . t '' t l-v a.t-l '4 ' " t I 1 f- ' . i, - ' ' ,i l i.- 4 till, 1 . M ' I'wll He , ' - - yl I . , t. , 4 , :,!- 1 I,, I c 1 n ll f . . I ' U.f ( it4 1 i i.' tl I . .1 .l i i il'tn OBREGON WILL MEET SCOTT AT EL PASO, IT IS ANNOUNCED Scott, Funston and Obre- ili Meet in Either ' ;v;-"'a , j Mexican ' ";;v AMERICAN. - LEAVE FOR LINE j Official Announcement Made Con ference Will Be Held There or at Juarez. BAKER GIVES INSTRUCTIONS j nt l,l i;ti. SAN ANTONIO, Tex., April J7.; The conference lietween Generals i tirolt, Fnnaton and Obrcgon will take j place at Kl faao or Juarez, It wan; definitely announced at departmental ! hcadquartera today. Genprala 8cott rnd Funaton expect to leave for Kl Paao tonlglit, KL PA), Tea., April r.-The confer ence between 'ienernla fteott, Funnlori and Obreon will b held In Kl I'liao, Junrexi or "thla vicinity," aeeordlna to tha alatement .of army official today. Thla waa confirmed by Mexican t'onaul Andrea Garcia, who ld that "fieneral Obregon ia comma to Juarez." C'onaul Oarcla could not atate when General Obregon would arrive, fieneral Obreaon'a exact location wan not divulged by exlcan offl lale, but from other aourcea It n learned that he probably waa at or nearing t'hlhuehiia. Tho run from Chihuahua to Juarea mi der ordinary condttlona conaumea from (en to twelve hour. General Obreann mlht,, therefore, reach Juarez by to night. It la not regarded aa likely, however, that ho will leave Chihuahua until bo learn that Oenrrala H'ott and Kunaton are well on their way to.KI I'aao. That the American repreneuuilw at the conference were in ignorance of Ohregon'a movementa waa evidenced late laat night when thay wera In communica tion with Kl Paao hy long diatance tele phone, aaking aa to the wheraabouta of the l ex lea n mlulater ot war. Maker anil Inlroelon, WAHJIINGTON, April 27.-ecrotary Raker today telegraphed Oenorala Hcott and Tunaton to proceed from Han An tonio to Kl Paao for the conference with General Obregon. (Vmeul Htlllman at flaltillo wired Miat General Ohregon had left Torreon In Kt night for Juarea. General Ubreuon changed hla plana to go flral to Pledraa Negraa, oppoaito F'.agle Pa. Hy going dlrct to.Juarex by way of Chlbnahua, Ohregon riakod a poaalble . interfereuts from Villa followora. C)fflciala expected General Obreaon will reach Juarea tonight, fieneral Pcolt and fieneral, Funaton are expected to reach El Paao late today or tomorrow. Guggenheim Sues His Four Brothers For Ten Millions NKW TORK-, April 27. A ault for $10,000,000 for alleged damages, with Wil liam Guggenheim of the Uuggenholm family of copper mine ownera aa plain tiff, agalnat hia five brother, waa argued In tha aupreme court In Brooklyn today. The defendanta, laaac, Ianlel, Holomon, Morrla and Hlmon Oiiagenln lni, contend through counacl that there a inaufrlnlent proof and aaked for a judg ment under which the action would be dlmulascd. William Ouggenhelm allegea that hia brothera concealed from hlni certain de talla about tho affalra of the ('bile Cop per Mining company and that he Buf fered a loae to the amount of lo,0i,(,w. Juatlce Benedict raaerved decialon on the motion made by the defendanta. To Withdraw Draft Bill in Parliament I.U.'l0.', April 27. A bill pmvldim, for et:ibin of inllltui y aenu-e v.a.1 in troduced In tho llouxe of foinmoiui today, but aroused aucli opposition that the governiiii nt wlthdiew it. WgUr Hume l.'ttig, lutaideiii of the I o, nt gmerniiienl board, placed Hie bill I ie fore Ihe home, naliig ll b the Inleimofi of 1 1 in government to ertllat ever) unmarried man net ween the aaea of IH and 41. It la uii'leratooil the hill, embodying aafcla of irciponnU oiilllneit In tlu report of the aeutet aeMon at which tei-rultmg wan talieji up, bail be,:li appinted by the mlnlairy and army ctmn Ml. Tiie iil.nnuie mel with a.ttre ,rltlil- I I in flout all iteitioita of t.je li.nu.e 1'iemlef Aanullh auiniuni eil tbil In I In of h,M fprllng t he govei untetil would lot pit it 1 i.iui ll..,i t iiiiUlaiv i'tn.( fur mnl( men .i n . i.i.-.i f,r pi a 1 1 1 , 1 III Ian. at' The a i.ik ai Uu if tin ii'i4ur tnt t.ceu liiiiit'-.t. 1, r, t, ! eMti'li-e i,f man nt cuciip t"H , t h H l H'l'l t 'I 1 . If li 'I 'IJ"'I ' I' i"-l 1 T I .i l-.J ll i,f ,. , . - . ' It . I S I - ,v , ri I - t-l l :4 -.- ,t .1 I, . ' a i" in-. -i t . i.. tu , , . .. i . ',. " t . . -1 4 . .... .Of f ' ' ,'.., t s L i.i-. I L i in i. I, 4 .i .i I M, t1, i... ei.j.j, , '.'I, 4 , , y , , i, .1. I (tiigUt t t I I I ' I, - H ,..t ' . 1 , I e' .' w .! the ? -m vt (:.! fc't, ami. at I He., ( H .t It. . 1 1,11.. ti f - . ., . lifl 4i 1 I, .(N it" a li ' !' it t- I !' tt.-r 1 1 . !.. H ( kv .i'.l !!,. u ... .. ii 4 ' WITH ONE OF OUR OUTPOSTS IN MEXICO This picture, taken "somcwheje in Mexico," shows two of the colored' soldiers of the punitive expedition, on outpost duty in a tree, signalling information to another outpost. ' mm: m pmm bid I i iii r in ii i BOMBARD FRENCH VERDUN POSITIONS 1 Small German Assault North of Fort Vaux Is Repulsed by Artillery Fire. GERMAN AEROPLANE SHOT DOWN I'AltlS, April 27, French poal tionn before Verdun were bombarded heavily laat night, but tho Genitalia made no atrong infantry attacks. A email aasault north of Fort Vaux waa aioppi'd immediately by French ar t'llf ry, tho war office announced thla afternoon. t Hot'cral ileniian patrnla were encoun tered north of the A lam and were ra P'llacd in the fighting with bund gron adea. A ilerutim rei;onnolb'rliig pirly eaat of Le JMeaiill waa dlierad. A ikrinan aeiopbiua waa brought down in Wplncoiirt wood by a French pilot. The text of I lie- atatement followa: "North of the Alalia aeverul German patrola wero repulaed with hand grenadea, "In the region of Verdun thero waa an intenae bombardment of tha redoubt of Avocourt and of our organlzatlona on the Colo I u Polvre. A email enemy at tack directed upon an element of our trenehea to the north of tho Vaux fort waa Inline. Iliitely (topped by our curtalna of fire. "In lirralne we dlaperaed a Herman lecnnnolterltig pnrty which attempted to reach our poalllon to the eaat of Le Meanll. "On the rest of front there waa no evi nt of Importance to report beyond the iiaual cannonading." GYPSIES CHARGED WITH RC3BING ARKANSAS BANK HOXIK. All.., April 2T.-VVhle two S'pey women endeavored to perauadn th" caahler of a bank at. Almlra to look into the future by having them read hla palm, a package of currency containing V dis appeared from the counter and county I offlcera aay It waa taken tiy 11 7-year-old ' girl confederate of the women. The child I ran to the fronl door of the bank and I aimed xim"thing lo .1 mini "ij horseback, ! wlm ee'ciiped. The women and girl went 1 placed In Jail here peic'ltig an invcatlga lion. , 'ivphie. ouhIc .1 i.'iiilUir ititempt laat ; KC'U to rob u ha 11k tel Muttgari, but th. child In that rii' "' 1 deteeied as aha 1 feired a roll "f lulH eiiiitiilmng S.". British Envoy Gives Copies of Orders W A-IIINii'lUN, April '7. -'' "pu of the Itrillnb udllilrallv u ,,i,tels l.l lllt-l'l till lit calitiiliii-, Milled Die ii. in, in goi i I niimnt eoiiteiidH ppivule f,.r iilliiiliii oil submit' rilled, Hi ,' il. iUend I i 11;. Mule depnl't- niMit in, l,-i t I,', lb. ii inn A uili(iad ir Ml I'e' H .pi ilia 'ii-'' . Tie V a" Hit i i ' ii i e i u H i I with Uhoi' 'i -iii-i ii r I ri 'enttv lo London nod win ptildli-lird Inter lib a ilittenn t'l 11,011 Ihe 'lllle (ppait- iie nt MAN KILLED BY FALL FROM FREIGHT TRAIN Tf'fli i W h i U j ' i H H a t (h M t ! , k a' w t kl I ti- . , rul la" 1, lfrr.(., (i.-.M, '!. I Vi.'l.l'l'k ff' Ml'l.'il.d fU 'n.ld I'm M ,tt: lt HI ., i1' -'. m ivt ("i'i-'iU' !'!,. (,f ht t,tt( i , ll (', ; H I il. ' i I I h Ii One Year A; u Today in tho War it. .....! ii I i 'ii it. -,!;, j, IIM-. .,;.'..,.,.,,., , . ' f .,,,,, 1 1 i- r t,; .. ii. i V.ilf.i Hii '' Icl, fr'',.,4, ft,j Is 'ta I " hi .... . t,.-tt ... Si.,1 , t Hi- I II' I I ' -1 l i. -I . l.il. I.I . , ". t , , . , 4, ' ii'',- I I t " i 1 mi fin if r - ,Jtt fwmiiiriiiaiiij, c,ot i Munitions Embargo Conference Begins I Its Propaganda! WABHINOTON, April Z7. rienator lliiatlng, democrat, told the aenato today that Ilia American Kmbargo conference had ciiiilucied a campaign in Wtacnualn to Induce him to aopport an embargo reaolutlou agalnat. ahlpment. of war tnu nlllnna to Kuropt. lie aubmlttad a thou aand Inttera from Wlaconaln elllaene, which ha aald all emanated from the Chlingo bcadijiiartera of thla organisa tion. U.S. MAKES DEMAND ON GREAT BRITAIN Lansing Sends Note Insisting On Release of Germans Taken Off Steamship China." WILL GIVE OUT TEXT LATER WASHINGTON, I), C, April 27. Kicrctary Lanalng announced today that tho I'nlted Btatea had aent an other note to Great llrltaln today de manding the releaae of thirty-eight Ai.Mtrlana, Germana and Turka taken fiorn the American ateainahlp China by a Drltlah crulaer off Shanghai. The ncto waa dlapatchcd yeaterday and will bo given out for publication Inter, Great Hrllaln tontonda that the in cii, were engaged in intrlguea and piota agalnat the IlrltiHh government. GERMAN ARMY CFFJCER FROM PANAMA HELD NKW YOItlC, April r.-fonrad Wit helm Aufmaaser, a reaerve officer of a (ierman pioneer nglmint, was arrested by secret aervlee officers on his arrival hero today aboard Iho atcaiiodilp Colon j from frlstobiil on suspicion that ho had j been Hpyliig upon Ihe I'miiiina ciiiuil foi - tlflialloiis According (n Chief I'lynn of the him ret j service, who rxumliicd hlin. the suspl- ! I'lonn proved nnfouiidetl .N'ewrt IicIcks ' Aufrnassor was sent In llllls Inland and i ibotoxraibs anil il,i mneul fniiiid lu bis ! pAsMessloii fti-ie coiiflai-iiti d, j Mr. Fly nil auld he would uiidonbtedl be releitsi'd by the immigration iiiitbor llles, having sallsfled thiol that he wim entllled to enter this coiiudy as it tt alien i Henry Morgenthau Tenders Resignation t ASHI i,T' X. Apiil .'7-Foiinal an nouiict-nient was madi ai the While House tieliy tli.it llenty li.i eiu ban, Amerb an am'sdi.r to T'irke, had ie itiimd and Hist bis re-oaiuillon bid teen aecpied Abrim I l-lkns, a New Vtk la)H', proiabiv wilt s nired blot London Paper Says Sir Roger Should Be Put in Lunatic Asylum I.IlSlMlN tllil' . .".1 H"iK I I" j ISl ei il ,.l t.,., . .(, 1 , , r, ; i ne til, tl s i-i'nC- l. be on.ti.i.o.l twlltf . ip !. t ".. l tinttt ni n -i'le leiv tlil Hie i.pitsii i In Ireland Wl'l I" liitl-tv ! V t ,,-,, l i -ui,, -t K , ti (,,!, .I,, ,,i, ii i ,i I er t is tut i Mm iii1 i . .., i-.,i, Hirni , eint in .e.l I. lellitltli ! l'l tt .t V" ! Ilil.e rlr t.. r! fit i 'li !..! Iu'l, . I .1 l' !' li'i"- ll'-ll" I !. lti. liH ,1.) lUIHHj, , mil i. t ( f i-.,'ii ll e.it t. . .1 si I i. ni tl i . .ni i m linii.ii . i . i i- s t .i.iii I a i , I'- -ail- !- '1'i.H'i t I; . . ' Itecii'r i i II 1 1 Is -. an Hell h 1. ii' I '". uf Ii H 114 liinl in a I .ttlt I il. I'l ,!, n.,,. i. i . . i ii tf n e tel la ,., t'.il !.. I. t SIS !. I U t,4 t il S i lit ic IVe.t ft I ..! in N-ic '!, t t' I .W( ii.'it. l ic Ii. U .ti' v I'. if Ii I- .'" i" . -, tlH"t . I j : t '. 1 I V M ' I t ll i i ' , lit.' tt a. .t 4k a.ieiiti, eu 1 t i mtf-&mm tm t mnimm t.... GERMANS DESTROY BRITISH SUBSEA Official Statement Says Submarine E-22 Has Been Sunk hy Teuton Naval Forces, TORPEDO HITS BRITISH CRUISER nrCItf.IN, April 27, Uly Wlreleaa to Huyvllle.) -The German admiralty announced today that tho Hrttlah aiihinarlne K-22 had been aunk by Gcrmaii naval forcea, The annouiictMuent alao aaya a rtrltlah crulaer of the Arethuala claag vaa hit by a torpedo frojn a German Fubiiiurlne. Slake A iiiMintiremeol. The announcement given out. under date of Aptil Si la aa followa "Tha Unman naval forcea on April ?l aank Ihe lirtllali aubmurliio K-S. The tier ma n readied and captured two men, "A (ierman submarine on the eame dy hit with a torpedo a Jirltlali crulaer of tho Aretliusa class." Pennsylvania Soft Coal Miners Will Return to Mines NKW YU1SK, April 17. -The ill.'JUO bitu minous coal miners on alrlka lu district Nn. j In 1'eiuiH) KhiiIh will 1,0 back to work tomorrow' morning under an agree ment teached today between John J while for the coal inlneis and W. I Fblds, fur the I'lltaburg foal company and oilier operators. Russians Drop Bombs On Constantinople I'AJtIS, April ;:?,-- A llaiiis diepalcn from Athena Siiyi It la reliably stated there (hut two Hussion hydro-aeroplaiiea nii i dled over CoiiHtantlnople mi Monday lilk'ht. THEY MAY ARBITRATE RAIL WAGE QUESTIONS I IIH'A(it). A in II ll.- I'ronoHi.ls that iii. slluiis luvol.lUK ttiiKca mid houis of Work ln eublilll led lo ii I I'll I, ll Inn will he iIiki uisi-d at a Heili-H of inn turns 1m-u I tt iilna Juno I, al New Voik City. It waa dci Ided today at a nieetlna of repiesen tailvra of th r.tllroitds and of m four emplovea' unions here. The i .il'i ends' side, It was hiuio'iiii ed, tlll be put fur waul by a lottloiiiil tonlrienr'e , oiioult lee of fifierit or te ilv oftlelnlii Niiiiirn ()f r pro. ni.iilt of bull) jii'ieh will he nil lioimeeit I. tit I tS , H Mont-, Ueld' lU of Ihe lilolher ll' 'id of I tii oliinltwi t.njtliieeis, n ling in spehennail fin IliC Ulilett I epi esell I u 1 1 1 e, ild I'n y ttiiilll He I epi , muled tc. one in-,11 flout ti'li irtili'Htd 1 1 iii, t'italu-u i 'i ' t ' - i t ii,. i ili I 1- i i "... ' (. i.M I... ii, ,j,..el,ts i . el t e'ae.. t . hi ll'I'l til t'i-. ml i. - t..i.l!,. M I'" !' ! !.., Hli..' I . i tin- 1 in. I 1,1. .1 i I t i . t . , ., .. Il,l!t.(, l I , - ' ' i-t t - ill 1 ..ie, in HI, " It ' t'l Ll III.. ' -.' :i. :.t Ii 1 I-1 I . . Ii .4 inn 1 1 4 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1' ii .r ll I 1 1 1 L 'I Ii. '-.Iii . P i,l L-i I. 4 . f," ,1 1 , I it Vi . l t .t. .(,.. 1 . it ? .. ll ,11 - I ,. 1 a-l-et l e l i.te I n MARTIAL LAW IS PROCLAIMED FOR ALL OF IRELAND Royal Proclamation Suspendinf Section One of Defense of Realm Act is Read In ' London, ! SITUATION STILL VERY SERIOUS Premier Asquith Says There Is Dan gtr of Revolt Spreading to Other Parts of Ireland. MORE nOHTINO AT DUBLIN UiNliON', April 27, .(Jfflclal ad l ilaalntt today that Ihere acre Indica tion "f a aprend of Ihe revolutionary p'ovriunnt In liublln to olher parla of Ireland, especially In the went, waa 'accompanied by tho proclamation of martial law throughout the Inland. Hitherto only the city and county of Imhlln had been under military ruio because (if (he nulbrmik, The atatement regarding the Indl c.ited apread of the i evolutloner Movement, In atrong contrast wltlt the reaaatirlng atatemenla of yeater day, waa mail by l'remler Atmulth in the Mouse of (Vimmona today, T'1 friah altttatlon atlll presented acrloua . fiattirea, the premier r.dmltted. Ilehela Hold litiporlaitl Polols, , In Imblln flal.tln la still In prnare-a In tha ati-fct and the rebels continue to bold Imporlaiil public biilldlna t waa announ'-ed that in addition to troop already dispatched lo Ireland lo copa) with (lie alluutlon others were being sent. Major fieneral fUr John Maawell, for. merly In command of the llrlilsh forcea In Laypl, liaa gone lo Ireland to fa'ie) Ilia situation In hand. 'render Aaipilth announced In tha houae of commona today that tha lebelf continue to hold important public build lugs In f'oblln and that street anenunterf ware atlll In progress. Revolt May apread, Premier Aaejullh told tlie bonaa th Irish situation atlll preantel acrlona featurea today and that thera were IndU cation of a spread of tha movements Id other parta of Ireland, especially In ilia weal. The premier announced thai Major 'lenaral Hlr John Msiwell, who formerly commanded the tlrltlsh forcea In Kgypta waa leaving thla afternoon for Ireland. The major haa been given plenary poweig under martini law, over the whole court try. The premier said there would 1e a eearcbln Invest fgWnr- Into the cau; responalbla for the outbreak. )la addal that It. waa obviously necessary to xer else military censorship while martial law prevailed In Ireland. .Thla cenaor ship, however, would be directed merely with reaard to the essential military re OUlrementa of Ihe situation. Ail poaalbla latitude n the transmission of navig would be allowed. Irish Leaders Deplore Mare, Kir Kdward Carson and John Redmond, t ho want the leaders of 'the opposing" faction In the Irish home rule contro. veray, expressed In the House of fom mona their abhorrence of the uprising and their desire to support the govern ment. The Iroopa In Ireland have been and are being stronaly reinforced, .Mr. A- ! ipilth added, and the government tvaa satisfied tha force dispatched waa ad, I (uitit to ileal with l he altuatlnn. I Tint Irlali authorities will place theni Jsehcs at the cllspoaal of Major (icner.it Mnawall to carry out bis Instruction, j Iteplylng to a nitration whether the government bad been warned of a da.i j Kcrotia groaih of arditlon, I'l'cmlcr Aa i ipilth said: "Tho first and parainount duty of tlia Koveinnient Is lo restore order and let stump out rebellion with all posalblq i V'lKor. That wo are d'dlia. ' llehlml lhal there Is undoubtedly nil obllKatloil whl ll lexis upon the goiern- i incut of malduit a eenri Iilna Inveal ltto-j linn Into the causea of and the respon sibility for these eveutr., That nl.llt' Hon we filly rucoatil.i" find Inleml IH1 I dim harai'- ' i Pu, 'In in.ii imi of martial taw through-I out Ireland may Indicate en ealenaloii uf dlaturbitiices, ijetalla of which thu ni;idi IU IiIhIi i i iihiii liii) la w lthliohlinx Ciibii riii.piiti lies yesterday and early today ave the Impression that the Prltlalt uU thorltlea bail tho stuialloii In Ireland well in band. M'KINLEY CLUB TO HOLD ; BIG RATIFICATION MEETING The M'Kliil.y i luh la .liiiniii; to Unit wlllllll a few weelis a ln r inri. ,.,,i mitlU4 in one of IHn I. ill liulcl- T.e III piohitlilv t ike lite form of a rei t u Hull ,i all the candidates mi the n iiil. Itt'itll lb Ket and llieie Mill be tllll !! le ches, I flufts ar- belli niude lit l,i mm or tu irpul, Iii aim of nutimul itiiui. Inline lieni nt tlmt lime. 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