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THE BEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY, JANUARY 28, 1919.
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Portuguese Government Pre
paring for Drastic Measures
Against the Monarchist
Paris, Jan. 27. Portuguese roy
alists are completely in control of
the provinces of Minho and Tras
Os Montes, according to a wireless
dispatch from Madrid to the Jour
nal Des Debats. The same ad
vices say the republican troops
which were defeated by the mon
archists at Coimbra are about to go
over to the cause of the monarch
ists. , Lisbon, Jan. 27. The govern
ment is assembling large bodies of
troops to put down the royalist re
bellion at Oporto, says an official
statement issued today, in which
the republican victory near the cap
ital is described. The statement
says in part:
"Units belonging to the Lisbon
garrison declared in favor of the
Oporto royalist rebels, left their
barracks andtook up positions in
the mountains of Monsanto, above
Lisbon. Their forces were com
posed of one regiment of cavalry
and three batteries of field artillery.
"The government immediately
ordered faithful troops to surround
the position. The rebels were sur
rounded and promptly defeated.
Their guns were captured and what
remained of their cavalry fled in
"Ayres de Omellas, the chief of
ficial representative of King Man
uel, was with the rebels. (A Lis
bon dispatch yesterday reported
that Qrnellas had been killed in the
"The government is concentrat
ing large bodies of troops with the
object of suppressing the Oporto
Paris, Jan. 27. A dispatch from
Oporto dated Friday says commun
ication with Lisbon still was cut.
The mobilization of the army was
continuing and civil battalions were
being organized. Oporto was tran
quil. In the fighting some persons were
killed or wounded. About 300 of
ficers were imprisoned and one regi
ment had to be disbanded. The
provisional government had revoked
all the laws made by the republic
jnd had sent troops to Aviero, Villa
real and other points which were
faithful to the republic.
Freedom of Jews Granted by
Roumania is Camouflage
New York, Jan. 27. Reports
luanating from Roumania that the
,"ews in that country have been
iranted complete emancipation is
hit a "subterfuge" designed to con
teal their real standing. Leo Wolf
)on, chairman of the executive com
mittee of the American union of
Roumanian Jews, declared in an ad
dress at the union's annual conven
tion here vesterday.
The ,,300 delegates, represent
ing 12 states, adopted resolu
tions thanking President Wilson for
promised aid and requesting the
American Jewish congress to "de
mand that Roumania give adequate
guarantees that she will grant abso
lute emancipation to the Jews in
that country. The union, it was an
nounced, would send two delegates
soon to a conference of native born
Roumanian Jews to be held in Parts.
Wilson to Visit Brussels.
Brussels", Jan. 27. President Wil
son will accept the invitation of King
Albert to visit Brussels, it is said
in well informed circles, but has not
fixed the date for his trip because
of the press of business in Tans.
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The following Nebraska men are
named in thee asualty list sent out
by the government for Tuesday
morning, January 28:
Alfred Anderson, Boone, Neb. -
Tha following lows, boutb Dakota and
Wyoming men ar named In tha eaatialty
lint sent out by tha government (or Toea
dy morning, January 2a:
DIED OP WOl'XDS.
William Btolle, Lake City, 8. D.
Soger E. Fox, Fort Dodge, la.
The following Nebraska men are
named in the casualty list sent out
by the government for Monday aft
ernoon, January 27:
Oran C. Mayers, Hartington, Neb.
WOUNDED: DEGREE UNDE
Andrew E. Jackson, Walnut, Neb.
Clifton V. Jones, Aurora, Neb.
The following Iowa, South Dakota and
Wyoming men are named in the eaeualty
list aent out by the government (or Mon
day afternoon, January 7:
DIED OF WOl'NDS.
Arthur C. Applea, I.lme Springs, la.
Uurt Mc( lure, Moulton, la.
DIED OF DISEASE.
Bill Lucbalmtr, Mlnden, la.
Roy F. Brother, Orchard, la.
Axel W. Olarn, Ottumwa, la.
WOl'NDF.D DFGKRK I'N DETERMINED:
l'ltl. VIOL SL KEl'OUTED KILLED.
Martin Amumlaon, Deeorah, la.
MISSINO IN ACTION: PREVIOUSLY
Tony Anclello, Aurelia, la.
Virgil E. Swanwra, Moux City, la.
RETURNED TO DUTY: PREVIOUSLY
Fred Bentley, Mt. Sterling, la.
Fred Currier, Roxrhill, la.
Elvin A. Vankirk, Shenandoah, la.
Certification of Dry
Amendment is Made
by Thirty-Six States
Washington, Jan. 27. Thirty-six
states, the neccesary three fourths,
had certified to the State department
their ratification of the federal pro
hibition amendment today, and prep
aration of a proclamation to make
the amendment effective was ordei
ed. Certification was received early
in the day from Wisconsin. North
Carolina, Utah and Kansas, the lat
ter being the thirty-sixth state to
Plea for Armenian Freedom
is Presented to President
New York, Jan. Z) A plea for the
independence of Armenia was made
in a cable sent to President Wilson
by 75 representative Congregational
ministers and signed by Dr. Lyman
Abbott, Dr. Newell Dwight Hillis
and Dr. Charles E. Anderson, all of
this city. The message said:
"Heartily sympathizing with the
aspirations of the Armenian people
we ask you to champion the right of
Armenia to a free and independent
national existence and to reparation
in accordance with that princple
which you have so admirably defined
in the sentence 'the interest of the
weakest is as sacred as the interest
of the strongest.' "
Amsterdam, Jan. 27. (By Associ
ated Press.) The members of the
Hohenzollern family, male and fe
male, at present in Potsdam, voted
in the elections last Sunday. AH of
them designated themselves as "Von
Hohenzollern" giving their title of
prince or princess of Prussia, ex
cept August Wilhelm, the former
emperor's fourth son, who styled
himself "August Hohenzollern, ex
prince of Prussia."
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VISIT TO CITIES
Declares He Never Imagined
Such Scenes of Desolation;
Views Ruins of Rheims
Paris, Jan. 27. (By Associated
Press.) President Wilson yesterday
made his first trip to the battle front
and devastated regions, visiting
Chateau Thierry and Rheims. At the
close of a tour that took him through
a dozen razed villages ending in the
ruins of the historic cathedral at
Rheims, he made this comment
"No one can put into words the
impressions I have received amongst
such scenes of desolation and ruin."
That was Mr. Wilson's only ex
pression of his feelings after a trip
that every Frenchman has been hop
ing he would make before he takes
part in deciding what is to be ex
acted from Germany for the devasta
tion of northern Prance.
Visit a Duty.
Accompanied by Mrs. Wilson, Ad
miral Grayson and a very small par
ty, Mr. iWlson left the Mural resi
dence early Sunday morning, fore
going attendance at church and the
rest which he felt he needed very
much to perform what he said he
considered to be a duty. The party
motored first to Chateau Thierry,
where lunch was taken on board a
waiting train. The party then pro
ceeded by motor to Rheims, passing
through many ruined villages and
along the old fighting lines, where
evidences of combat are still to be
plainly seen. After visiting Rheims,
the president and his party aban
doned their motor cars and, board
ing a special train, returned to Paris.
At Belleau Wood.
The last part of the motor trip
was made in a swirling snowstorm,
the first snow Mr. Wilson has seen
since last winter.
The first fighting ground was
reached as the party neared Belleau
wood, immortalized in the history
of the war by the gallant fighting of
American marines, the motor cars
turned off the main roads and
crawled perilously through back
lanes to bring the president close
to the place where the fighting took
Tribute to Soldiers.
The -resident st0od beside the
graves of 100 or more American
beys who gave their lives at that
pomt, and looked across the strate
gic valley to Belleau wood, a man
sled mass of tree trunks and under
brush, but now a national monument
to the marines, after whom the
French government have named the
' Col. Edward M. Watson of Mar
tinsville, Va., who commanded an
artillery battalion in the fight and
was later chief of staff of the 77th
division in the Argonne fighting,
stood beside President Wilson and
Brigadier General William W. Harts
and told the story of the battle.
Then Mr. Wilson drove up the
hill, over which the American troops
smashed the crack Prussian divisions
mustered there to crush the "green
horns" and where the advance on
Paris was checked. This was near
Chateau Thierry and the spot
promises to be a mecca for Ameri
cans for many years to come
Greeted by Mayor.
On entering Chateau Thierry the
mayor greeted Mr. Wilson, who re
sponded quite informally. He then
drove on toward Rheims, passing
along the old battle line between
long lanes of barbed wire entangle
ments now rusting away in the first
winter of peace between long, mud
dy trenches reaching over the hills
and down into hollows as far as the
eye could see, and past the wrecks
of dug-outs, ammunition- dumps,
hospitals, barracks and all the other
litter left behind by the defeated
enemy in his flight.
It seemed as if the fields had been
sowed by Mars with the wastage of
war in the hope that it would take
root and blossom. American, as
well as French graves lay along the
roadside. There were German
graves to be seen too. Desecrated
cemeteries were found in many cases.
At every turn of the road was
a farm, .deserted and in ruins, its
fields dotted with shell holes filled
with water and crusted ice. There
was a constant panorama of de
stroyed or charred vineyards, gar
dens and homes.
Germans Are Preparing
to Oppose Bolshevists
Berlin, Jan. 27. (By Associated
Press.) The New Berliner Zeitung
says it learns the government is
actively occupied with military
preparations under Von Hinden
burg for an expected bolshevik in
vasion early in the spring, and that
it expects to receive the necessary
added authority from the national
assembly to jnobilize two effective
armies which are to be sent to east
Prussia and Silesia.
Stop Parson's Sermon.
Murray, Ky., Jan. 27. Charging
the Rev. H. B. Taylor with viola
tion of influenza quarantine regula
tions of the state board of health,
which had ordered services at the
church temporarily discontinued,
county officials last night invaded
the pulpit of the Murray Baptist
church and arrested him while he
was delivering his evening sermon.
Liebknecht is Buried.
Berlin, Jan. 27. Dr. Carl Lieb
knecht and 33 other members of the
Spartacan group of socialists who
were killed during the recent disor
ders were buried in the cemetery at
Friedrichsfelde, near Berlin, Satur
day. No serious conflicts have been
Bail Men Vote Strike.
Pittsburgh, Pa., Jan. 27. Two
hundred and fifty delegates of the
Brotherhood of Maintenance of
Way employes and shop laborers of
the Pennsylvania lines, in session
here yesterday, voted authority for
the calling of a strike for recogni
tion of the union and better wages.
VIRTUOUS WIVES" smss
Dawson, in "perfect health, with
out a line on his face or a ripple on
the perfect edge of his trousers,
came up, serene and unembarrassed.
"Well, Amy, no use in pretending.
Every one knows you've blighted my
young existence. My heart's shot to
pieces, but I forgive you."
He rattled this off with light im
pertinence, tucking a lavender
handkerchief up his sleeve a new
accomplishment. A year had trans
formed the young cub just out of
college, who used to blush and stam
mer in the face of his youthful adora
tion. Amy looked up at him, mar
veling at the change.
"I think you'll recover," she said,
In a moment, they were laughing
over old escapades, unconscious as
"What are you three having such
a good time about?" said Mrs. Light
body, approaching jealously. She
laid a plump hand on Dawson's aim
in an affectionate pressure. "Tody,
darling, I must get that step before
tonight. Jap, be a dear and play
for us again."
"My dear Kitty," said Dawson
coolly, "be calm be calm and
haven't I told you never to show
jealousy when I am paying atten
tion to a pretty woman?"
Amy listened in astonishment
while Mrs. Lightbody, vastly
amused at this style of wit, laughed
"You funny boy. Mrs." She
hesitated, seeking the name.
"Mrs. Kezzizzas," said Laracy
Mrs. Lightbody bit her lip but, de
termined, she appealed to Amy.
"You don't mind, do you?"
"Sav vou do." said Dawson. "We
are trying to bring Kitty up prop
has the most shocking
"Am 1 rude?" said
hndv. rollinor her eves.
"Oh, no I am the intruder here,"
said Mrs. Forrester quietly.
Mrs. Lightbody, having contrived
to isolate her (though without
malice, for her bad manners were
natural), carried Dawson off in tri
umph. Amy remained with her
back to the group by the fireplace,
uncomfortable and angry, somewhat
consoled by the spectacle of Mrs.
Lightbody's floundering efforts. She
took a cup of tea from the butler
who came up, and stood watching
the swaying figures. A group formed
about the surface of light, the men
curious, the women solemn, con
fronted with a new responsibility,
while those whose figures inclined
to plumpness studied the effect of
Mrs. Lightbody's movements with
"So that's what they ve made of
the tangol" said a voice at her
shoulder a modulated voice, curi
ously flexible and soft "What con
tortions!" "Why, I think he dances very
we"-" , ,
"Dawson? Of course. His trained
legs are irreproachable. But it's not
the tango. I've danced it in the Ar
gentine and in Spain, and I know.
It isn't the movement at all. The
real tango is stately danced with
"But that's the way we were
taught." ' She turned and all at
once perceived that she had been
talking to a stranger. At the same
moment, he perceived his mistake.
"I beg your pardon, I thought
"So did I," she said, smiling. Then
perceiving how intimate had been
their comprehension of the unfin
ished thought, she blushed.
"After all," he said easily, "there
is no great harm done. If you are
a very punctilious person, I'll have
Mrs. Dellabarre present me."
Instinctively she divined who he
was, by the ease of his manner and
the foreign deference of his attitude.
He was still in riding clothes of
brown, which harmonized with the
rather Spanish tan of his face and
set off the slight but alert figure, a
man well groomed, well ordered, as
sured and natural, pleasing to the
eye and ear.
"You are not Montgomery Brack
en by any chance?" she said impul
sively. "Yes. How did you "
"I don't know. I guessed it."
Then realizing how strange this
must sound, she blushed again. To
cover her embarrassment, she said
rapidly, "My cousin, Miss Nord
strum, has described you to me."
Then remembering Fifi's declared
intention, she laughed.
He read the amusement in her
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"Fifi is a very determined young
lady. Then you are Mrs. Forrester,
cf course. Is your husband here?
Won't you present me?"
Before she could act on the tact
ful suggestion which relieved the
embarrassment of the situation,
Dawson was back at her side, beg
ging her to dance with him.
"Come on. Amy, now. Let's give
them a professional exhibition.
Kitty is gasping for breath. Hello,
"How are you, Dawson?"
She hesitated, watching Bracken
with a little amused malice, divining
his impatience, at the assurance of
the new generation. Tody had her
by the hand, dragging her toward
the open floor, with that muscular
enthusiasm which has replaced
man's deference to woman in mod
ern ballrooms. To refuse was awk
ward, and, besides, she had a score
to settle with Mrs. Lightbody.
"Here's how it's done!" announced
Dawson, with the disdain of a vir
tuoso. She danced instinctively, pliant to
her partner, so light that her flitting
steps seemed noiseless, with a har
mony of poise and movement that
charmed the eye, the delight a beau
tiful child awakens in its graceful
passing. The tango at that time was
still a curiosity, and the deft ex
hibition they gave was watched by
every one. She saw the crowding
curiosity through half-closed eyes,
from Mrs. Lightbody's staring tri
bute to the spreading pride on her
husband' face. Bracken was by
his side, studying her with a grate
ful smile. She knew that she pleased
him and was pleased herself at the
thought. They ended amid a clap
ping of hands and, flushed with
pleasure and excitement, she hast
ened to present Tody to her hus
band. "How do, Mr. Forrester," said
that self-sufficient youngster. "I
shake hands, but I really ought to
knife you for carrying off Amy."
"Ah were you interested? said
Forrester, surveying him.
"I?" said Dawson, flushing. "Why
didn't you know I organized the so
ciety of the mitten?"
"Indeed?" said Forrester, in his
deep bass, looking at the product of
the modern generation as a mastifl
endures the antics of a lap dog.
Dawson eagerly, as though before
out completely. He stood shifting
from foot to toot, seeking a chance
to escape. Bracken took pity on
"I acknowledge the superiority of
your legs, Dawson," he said, with a
shade of sarcasm, "but dance the
tango as it really is danced."
"I say, do you know it?" said
Dawson eagerly, as thought befcre
a great discovery. "By George, I
wish you'd show us." i
"Very glad to, if Mrs. Forrester
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turned to Andrew. "That won't be
asking too much of your wife, will
Forrester gave the implied per
mission with a nod of his head.
Bracken passed to the piano, where
he indicated a slower rhythm and
certain definite accents, and return
ing, bowed to his partner.
"Will you do me the honor to
dance it with me, Mrs. Forrester?
There are certain steps you'll pick
up at once. We'll dance it with very
little movement of the body, slow,
lather languid, quite stately.
He waited until she gave her hand
before offering hii arm, with a de
ference that gave it the value of a
rare favor, and in this tactful atti
tude, so different from the catch-as-catch-can
license of the American
ballroom, he made her feel a new
preciousness of herself. In a few
moments they were dancing in uni
son, in graceful, undulating rhythm.
He held her well apart from him,
guiding her only with a slight pres
sure of the left hand, yet she was
aware of his nearness. And, as she
danced, she felt gloriously, triumph
antly young. The brown vaulted
hall and the staring strangers swam
away. She was floating somewhere
between earth and sky, content 'to
surrender all her will to the touch
that led her through dreamy re
gions of melodious rhythms, fairy
lights and perfumed flowers.
"What is so dangerous about
him?" she thought, wondering why
Fifi had seen fit to warn her.
He paid no compliment, except
for an occasional nod of satisfac
tion, but in the gentleness of his
voice, in the slight smile with which
he watched her moving rhythmical
ly about him, she knew he, too. had
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the same sense of spontaneous con
geniality. "I am sorry we have to stop," he
said at last, with a sigh of regret.
"I, too," she answered, in the same
They looked at each other a short
moment and smiled .with pleasure.
Then they returned to the others
and the general conversation. She
knew that she would see him again
soon. She looked forward eagerly
to the moment when he would reallv
talk to her. sure that they would find
instant sympathy. Yet the agree
able impression he had thrown
about her was so impersonal that,
it: their rooms, dressing f,or dinner,
she said to Andrew:
"Oh, I like Mr. Bracken. He
seems really worth while."
"Bracken is a real man," said An
"Which means that some of the
others aren't," she said, laughing.
"Poor Tody and Japl"
"I don't think I understand that
specimen," he said gruffly. "Why
don't they put them in ruffles?"
She came up to him vastly
amused, twitching his ear.
"Gracious, you mustn't be so
fierce I They're harmless."
"Are you bored?"
But he did not voice his real sen
timents. It had been a great read
justment, and his pride had suffered.
For the first time he had felt lost,
dwarfed and inconsequential. The
shock had awakened all his ambi
tion, setting in train dangerous de
sires for power and prestige to force
the recognition he craved to be
pome one in this society where he
was rated lower than the ypungest
cub with his bag of tricks to amuse.
And this awakening appetite was
destined to change the whole course
of his life.
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DO'S AND DON'TS
The flrat thine te dot
(Stop that Cough
Before It atepe Vou.
Don't Dare Jeuy
Get Juniper Tur today.
Think ef anme Do'( and Don'U about Junlpet
i'ur. If you aend ua ten along with a Juauxii
Tar Wrapper we will erna you a preaenu
THE J. H. WHITEHUR8T
Never mind how often you have tried
and failed, you can stop burning, Itching
eczema quickly by applying a little zemo
furnished by anydruRgistfor 35c Extra
large bottle, $1.00. Healing begins the
moment zemo is applied. In a short
f time usually every trace of eczema,
tetter, pimples, rasn, blackheads and
similar skin diseases will be removed.
For clearing the skin and making it
vigorously healthy.alwaysuse zemo, the
penetrating, antiseptic liquid. It is not a
greasy salve and it does not stain. When
others fail it is the one dependabla
treatment forskin troubles of all kind,
The E. VY. Eoee Co, Cleveland. O.
HOW TO JUDGE A WOMAN
BY HER HAIR
There is real common sense in
just noticing whether the hair is
well kept to judge of a woman's
neatness, or good taste. If you aro
one of the few who try to make the
most of your hair, remember that it
is not advisable to wash the hair
with any cleanser made for all pur
poses, but always use some good
shampoo. You can enjoy the very
best by getting some canthrox fiom
your druggist, dissolve a teaspoonf ul
in a cup of hot water. This makes a
full cup df shampoo lufuid, enough
so it is easy to apply it to all the
hair instead of just the top of the
head. Dandruff, excess oil, and
dirt are dissolved and entirely dis
appear. Your hair will be so fluffy
that it will look much heavier than
it is. Its luster and softness will
also delight you, while the stimu
lated scalp gains the health which
insures hair growth. Adv.
Says We Must Keep Feet Dry,
Avoid Exposure hiid
Eat Less Meat
Stay off the damp ground, avoid
exposure, keep feet dry, eat less
meat, drink lots of water and above.
all take a spoonful of salts occasion- '
ally to keep down uric acid.
Rheumatism is caused by poison
ous toxin, called uric acid, which is
generated in the bowels and ab
sorbed into the blood. It is the
function of the kidneys to filter this
acid from the blood and cast it out
in the urine. The pores of the skin
are also a means of freeing the
blood of this impurity. In damp
and chilly, cold weather the skin
pores are closed, thus forcing the
kidneys to do double work. They
become weak and sluggish and fail
to eliminate this uric acid which
keeps accumulating and circulating
through the system, eventually set
tling m tne joints and muscles caus
ing stiffness, soreness and pain
called rheumatism. i
At the first twinge of rheumatism
get from any pharmacy about four
ounces of Jad Salts; put a table
spoonful in a glass of water ano
drink before breakfast each; morn
ing for a week. . This is said to elim
inate uric acid by stimulating the
kidneys to normal action, thua rid
ding the blood of these impurities.
Jan. baits is mexpensve, harmless
and is made from the acid of grapes
and lemon juice, combined with
lithia and is used with excellent re
sults by thousands of folks who are
subject to rheumatism. Here you
have a. pleasant, effervescent lithia
water drink which overcomes uric
acid and is beneficial to your kid
neys as well. Adv.
Hygiene, rest, pure air, sunshine
and a well-balanced diet, plus .
to improve the blood-quality,
increase body-weight and build
up resistance, are important links
in the logical treatment of in
cipient pulmonary affections.
To a child or adult with a tendency
to weak lungs or tender throat;
Scott'$ brings a wealth of rich
A little of Scott' EmaUion
today may do you a world of jilt
good Lmorrow. J i
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