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THE BEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY, JANUARY 2, 191?.
HUNT LOCKS DOORS
Mrs. De Saulles Wins Suit for Divorce
M' HENRY RESIGNS
District Judge of Deg Moines
Out of Service After
FACTORY TcTtHE CAPITAL
RE-ELECTED CHIEF CLERK
OF THE HOUSE.
TO ARIZONA CAPITOL
Governor Campbell Inaugurated
On Stat Home Lawn Be
foro an Expectant Crowd.
NO VIOLENCE IS NOTED
Phoenix, Ariz,,' Jan. 1. Thomas E.
Campbell, republican, was ' inaugu
rated governor of Arizona today.
There were no inaugural ceremonies
for Governor G. W. P.' Hunt, incum
bent, who claims the office, but when
Governor Campbell went to the 'ex
ecutive offices he found them locked.
Governor Campbell delivered his in
augural address to a great crowd that
filled the capitol ground! There was
no serious disturbance. Scores of
armed .. deputies were, scattered
throughout the assemblage.
Deputy Guards Office.
Immediately after his address Gov
ernor Campbell proceeded to the
executive offices. He found a deputy
on guard there, who said because it
was a legal holiday he was under in
. structions to admit no one. A formal
demand for admittance was made and
the governer withdrew. N
Governor 'Hunt left the capitol
shortly before Governor Campbell
arrived, declaring he would be at hit
desk tomorrow. Governor Hunt an
nounced he considered the oath of of
fice he took Saturday before a notary
public sufficient to entitle him to the !
governorship. Therefore he bad not
insisted on a formal ceremony at the
',; Crowd! Out Expect Clash.
Great crowds assembled in the
capitol grounds early in preparation
for a possible clash between the Hunt
and Campbell adherents. Governor
Campbell,' accompanied by counsel
and a group of friends, reached the
state house about 10:30 o'clock. The
main entrance was locked, but a ham
mering on the doors by one of the
governor s party, brought a caretaker,
who admitted the new executive.
In his address Governor Campbell
was cheered when he said: "The
man who has come to regard the bal
lot box as a juggler's hat has re
nounced his allegiance."
Mandamus proceedings already
have been r commenced in the su
preme court to - compel Governor
Hunt to relinquish the office of chief
executive. Meantime Governor Camp
bell says: My ottice is the saddle,
I am the governor of Arizona. My
desk will be at the capitol in the
morning and I will be on the job.
: Campbell Quiets Crowd.
After Governor- Campbell com
pleted hia addreaa the crowd refused
to leave. v Someone shouted, "Let's
put him in cnyway. There was an
ominous stir and the police became
more alert. Deputy Sheriff Barrett
asked for a hearing and the crowd
1 ooted and jeered. Governor Camp
bell asked that the officer be heard.
1'arrett explained that he was acting
under orders from the sheriff, who
told him to take instructions from
i eroy l.add, secretary to former Gov
"We don't care about Ladd, we
want Campbell, someone shouted.
Governor Campbell again appeared
and urged the crowd to restrain It
self and leave the solution of the
embroglto to the courts. Later he
held an impromptu reception on the
lawn in front of the capitol, the doors
ot which were kept locked. Ihe
crowd then dispersed quietly.
Certificata el Election.
Campbell managers declared Camp
bell, having been duly elected and be
ing la receipt of a certificate to that
effect, will take over the office or
"know the reason why."
Campbell has been ' officially de
clared elected by the state canvassing
board, and given plurality of thirty
votes over Hunt Certificate was is
sued December 21 by Secretary of
; State Oaborn. Hunt is contesting the
election on grounds of alleged fraudu
lent voting In several precincts, . The
courts are now. engaged in inspecting
(the ballots aa a preliminary to a
formal contest Hunt claims that the
inspection so far bears out thia con
tention although it is not a recount.
On thia basis be. refuses to give up
Gold Shipments to South
- America Soon to Start
New York, Jan. 1. The steamship
Saga, a new ship completed shortly
before the war for the London-Gothenburg
tourist service and onw owned
by the Commercial South American
company, will carry a portion of the
$25,000,000 in gold, due South Ameri
can republics from American bankers.
The Saga will leave here January 8
and will proceed with its cargo, said
today to be at least $3,000,000 to Kio
Janeiro, arriving before February IS,
the stipulated date for its delivery. .
this gold was originally to have
been shipped on the Voltaire, of the
Lamport and Holt Line, but owing to
the non-arrival of that vessel, another
ship had to be found by American
Girl Soldiers to Camp at
Chevy Chase Again in April
Washington, ajn. 1. The second
annual encampment of the national
service school, similar to that held
here last summer, to give women mil
itary training, will open at Chevey
Chase, a suburb, on April 16, and con
tinue about six weeks, under the di
rection of the woman's section of the
Navy league, it was announced today.
Two courses of twenty days each, and
possibly a third especially for school
girls an dteachers, will be arranged,
with military drill. Red Cross, wire
leas and signal practice in each. Fif
teen hundred applications for enroll
ment arc said to have been received
.already. ...-. . , ,
Germans Challenge British
, Statement of Somme Losses
JBerlin, Jan.- 1 (By Wireless to
Sayvllle.) In a satement in reply to
.the recently published review of the
battle of the Somme by Field Mar
shal Sir Douglas Haig, the Overseas
News Agency asserts that the British
commander's statement in regard to
the relative losses of the British and
Germans are disaproved by the Ger
man and British casualty lists. It
state the losses of the entente
amount to 800,000. :
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Referee Phoenix Ingrahain has filed
with the supreme court a report rec
ommending that a decree of divorce
be given Mrs. Bianca De Saulles from
her husband, John Longer De Saul
les, well known as a former Yale ath
lete. The referee's report was sub
mitted under seal and all of the tes
timony was taken in secret. ,
Mrs. De Saulles is one pf the --res!-
PEACE MOVES TO
EEST WITH NOTE
SENT BY WILSON
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a more critical matter. The reply of
the central powers was collective, but
we see no reason why the reply of
the allies should be. At least, we
hope it will be drafted in this country
and addressed aa we alone know how,
to the miad and, heart of the people
of the United States. If if is to avail
in enlightening American opinion and
winning American sympathy it most
be conceived in a different spirit and
expressed in different terms than the
document just made public. The
drafting should be by Foreign Sec
retary Balfour. There ia none better
able than he to put forward our
noble cause and purpose in worthy
Debate Not Ended.
The Westminster Gazette says:
"The reply of the allies to the central
powers by no means winds up this
debate. We have now to reply to
Preaident Wilson's note and we hope
we shall do so in the reasoned and
courteous manner which is due a
friendly neutral. In thia we have not
merely to inform President Wilson
on questions in all probability he well
understands, but to make our case
clear to the American public, which is
not and cannot be expected to be fa
miliar with European politics unless
it is so Instructed. .
TTiere is nothing in historv auite
analogous to this exchange of mani
festoes between belligerents while the
armies are still at grips, but let us be
sure it is going to play a highly im
portant and possibly useful part in
tne last stage ot this war.
What Bulgaria Wants.
Sofia, Bulgaria. Jan. 1. fVia Am
sterdam and London.) Premier
Radoalavoff. speaking in the Bul
garian Parliament, in reply to opposi
tion speakers, wno had criticised the
government's conduct of the war,
I assure vou the essential nirt nf
Bulgaria's task in the war ia done.
To those who are complaining that
wc aiv penning luu niucn, 1 reply mat
we are not fanatics, but that we know
the aspirations of the Bulgarian peo
ple and from the royal manifesto on
the occasion of the declaration of war
you know what those aspirations are."
Replying to speakers who had crit
icised the passage of the Danube
"IJOME"to me is some
A place whar thar's
real affection, good
cookin an' plenty of
thiest heiresses in Chile. Her uncle
was formerly president of the repub
lic. Mr. ut Saulles met her while on
business in Chile. They were mar
ried in Paris in 1911. In 1912 Mr. De
Saulles returned to the United States
to organize the Woodrow Wilson Col
lege Men's league and was subse
quently appointed United States min
ister to Uruguay. He resigned before
going to his post
river by Bulgarian troops. Premier
Radislovoff said the crossing was
expressly ordered by the Bulgarian
high command on the ground that the
Roumanian army ought to be fol
lowed and annihilated by . the Bul
garians. In reply to criticisms of
the part the Germans and Austrians
were playing in the Bulgarian army
the prime minister said:
"All German and Austrian officers
in Bulgaria are subservient to the Bui
garian command. I make this declara
tion with the full authority of the
Respecting the peace offers of Bul
garia in conjunction with the pro-
iwi" 01 me,; central powers, M.
nauosiavoii saia: i ne oner is no
sign of weakness. We are ready to
conciuae peace only because we wish
to see the end of the war and are
willing to make concessions in the
name of humanity and for the safety
ui an nations.
Douglas Haig Made Field
Marshal of British Army
London, Jan. 1. A long list of
naval and military honors were con
ferred on the officers on New Year's
day, includes the promotion of Gen
eral air uougias Haig, commander-in-chief
of the British forcea in France
and Belgium, to be a field marshal;
Sir Henry Zymur Ronaldson, to be
a general, and Major Jan Christian
Smuts, commanding the forces in east
Africa to be an honoary lieutenant
Rivers and Harbors Bill
May Carry Forty Millions
Washington, Jan. 1. The house
rivers and harbors committee will
meet this week to determine finally
on the bill it will report for passage
at this session of congerss. A ten
tative measure can-vino- ahniit 20-
000,000 for the continuance and main.
tenance of existing waterway projects,
with possible additions of $10,000,000
for new projects, has been completed
by Chairman Sparkman of the com
Whitman Takes Office for
Second Term at Albany
Albany, N. Y Ian. 1. Charles Sev.
mour Whitman of New York, repub
lican, was inaugurated today for his
second term as the forty-fifth gover
nor of the Empire state. Greater
knowledge of the work of legislators
and the officials administering the
state government was ured upon the
people by Governor Whitman in his
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Drs Moines. Ia., Jan. I. (Special.)
After fifteen years of service on the
Polk county district court bench
Judge W. H. McHenry retired Satur
day. He will become counsel for the
Dc Moines City Railway company.
He bacamc judge on St. Patrick's dav,
March 17. 1902. At that time the court
house was temporarily located on
Third street, while the present struc
ture al Fifth and Mulberry was bcinfi
hunt. While on the criminal bench
for a period of three years he sen
tenced almost 1,000 men to (he peni
tentiary. He instituted a system of
assigning and dividing up the wnrL
an.oug the judgrs which has been the
custom now for secral years.
Fitch Factory Moves.
The F. W. Fitch company of Boone,
manufacturers of barber supplies, will
remove to Des Moines. The com
pany has contracted for the erection
of a new building at Fifteenth and
Walnut streets. For many years it
has been manufacturing a line of
barber supplies and drug specialties.
Legislators Coming In.
With the legislative caucuses to be
held the latter part of this week many
of the members of the legislature are
already in the city. This week will
be devoted to getting together and
to the preliminary work of organiza
tion. Caucuses will be held Saturday
at which the speaker of the house will
be chosen and other important offi
cers. M. B. Pitt of LCogan, Lee El
wood of Howard county and Fremont
Shortens of Traer are leading candi
dates for speaker.
Vote Down Waee Increase.
At meetings of miners' local unions,
heldi n their home towns throughout
the state Friday night, members of
the various unions voted not to hold
a conference in Des Moines for the
discussion of a wage increase.. The
majority of the members took the
position that the union agreed to a
scale of wages determined at the
meeting with the operators last April,
which is binding for two years. If
they should attempt to break this
agreement, the leaders claimed, they
would not be able to make a future
satisfactory agreement with the own
ers and the public would not sustain
them in a strike.
Gas Pipes Break.
Discovery of broken gas pipes in
the nick of time prevented serious
trouble in the Arlington apartments
at Thirteen and Locust streets, last
night Tne main pipes, suspended
from the ceiling in the basement fell,
of an employe of the Syry & Diller
Electric company next door, and he
rushed in and turned off the main
supply of gas. Otherwise serious
trouble would have resulted. The
apartments are large and many fami
lies make their homes in them.
Another Coasting Vicitim.
William Grisby, 17 years old. a ne
gro, who was severely injured in a
bobsled accident Thursday nieht in
which another young man was killed,
died early Saturday morning from hia
injuries, neroeri lutier, 1 years of
age, who was badly hurt in the acci
dent, is very low and little hope is
entertained for his recovery.
Bucket Shop Probe.
Backet shops operating in Des
M oines and other cities of Iowa in
violation of the Iowa laws are duel
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GEORGE W. POTTS.
for a roundup as the result of the
untiring etfofts of Attornev General
Cosson. Evidence has been secured
by the state agents which will convict
many bucket shop operators, the re
tiring attornev general savs. Com
plaints that the shops were operating
on a big scale were not received until
a few days ago, so that the outgoing
administration nas not had much
time to collect evidence and work up
cases. The evidence will be turned
over to the new attorney general.
Driven Barefoot Into Snow.
Five small children were driven
barefooted into the snow last night by
a fire that destroyed the home of
George Riley, East Sixteenth and Ra
coon streets. The children and other
members of the household were ta
ken in by neighbors.
Water Tank Bursts, Town
Without Fire Protection
Springfield, Neb., Jan. 1. (Special.)
Springfield is without fire protec
tion, and the only drinking water
available is that obtained from private
wells, as the result of the bursting
or tne village water tank nere today.
The tank, a wooden affair, burst when
the drain oioe became cloecred with
ice and the pressure became too
great. The flood of water demol
ished several barns in the neighbor
hood of where the water tank was
located. The damage is estimated at
Wilson Goes to Lincoln.
Stromsburg, Neb., Jan. 1. (Spe
cial) V. E. Wilson, newly elected
railmv mmmiainnr l-ft f - 1 i .. -
coin today to take up his duties at
uie siaie nouse. nisi tamily moved
to Lincoln several days ago. The
nio.hr nrinr In th,r flAnstrr 4 n..k
"c , ....... ubKv. u.b pub
lic reception was given to Mr. and
,..tm.m vy 1,1. t.lll&;U3 Ul UltS
town and community. , ,
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