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THE BEE: OMAITA, TUESDAY, MAT 20, 1013.
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MODERATOR DENIES CHARGE He AsUs that Publication In Qne tlon lie Overlooltfd na nn Error oC JndBntentEHU Alio Denlea' It. . -' ATTjANTA, Ga., May 19. reproduction In Atlanta today ot a story n a Now Tork nqspaDer cljargLng tlat the elec tion of John T.'' Stone of ' Chicago "as moderator o iho Northern Prosbyterlan gnertt umUr mu the result ot a "deep laid political 'fcsheme." threw that assembly Into a turmoil of excitement. Dr, Stone himself took tho floor. He nald he had pot e,en the puliation and bested that the wlldo bo overlooked as an ' error In, Judgment.'? , "William T.. Ellis ot Pennsylvania, who mnA nr. Btona's nomination, de nounced the .story w untrue. Reports an Tueotoelcut .Seminary. In tho Northern assembly the proceed ings were featured by pubJloaton of majority and minority report by the committee appointed to. qon.lder differ ences between the ohuroU and the Union Thelogleal Seminary of New Tork City. Since all relations between the Institu tion and the ohurcit which founded it were broken' oft because ot the 'alleged heretical belief of menrsfcratofHrib 9ni nary'a faculty, It ha been expected by many laymen that an amicable adjust ment might be, arranged ami to thlvlew the majafllyof the iOmnuttee' agrefa, asking for another year's time. In two minority rerorts, however,"' the tok Is regarded na hopeless. , " ' K Dr. Frank V, HonfoVf of ' Cincinnati, submitted a minority report 1n which he declared: that fnerrtbers'of tha acuity pf the Union Theological ' seminary had tailed tp answer Important questions ro gartlngf their belief and that-the an swers tUeV had given Indicated that they, had no right td be recognised as orthodox Presbyterians.. , . .,; Saloon Men Charged With Receiving Stolen Money CniCAOO, May 19. Almost $100,000 of the $271,000 In Canadian money stolen from the branch of tho ilnnk ot Montreal at New Westminster, 11, C, has been ex changed for Unlled States currcnoy by Chicago saloonkeepers, according to the assertion Of tho superintendent of a de tective agency, made last night. Michael J., Flanagan.1- proprietor of a saloon, wna arrested early yesterday morning whon two men accused him ot giving them (Canadian money to exchange. Three other saloonkeepers nre under surveil lance and arrests may result. William J. Lawler and Charles 0'tary, arrested on Saturday night, charge Flana gan with being the receiver of part of th6 stolen money. Iawler asserted he received $U In bills from Flanagan on Wednesday afternoon. The monoy finally reached tha local b.inch of the Dank of Montreal and was traced back. Three of tho robbers who tunneled Into the vault of the Westmlnstor bank are In prison awaiting trial. The fourth mem ber of tha gang Is hiding In Chicago, da teotlves ' say, and It 'Is from him that tFlanagan Is said to have (Obtained the money which was given to Lawlar. Valentine Boy IWcat Jeii. VAIiENTNE,. Neb, MrorJBpectnl.) A base ball irftfne heo .yesterday be' tween tho nieVs'teami' and the.'oys1 team reiUlltj Jlrv:fl tehlnntng yanib In favor of, the k0a. The score:"" Mi ...... '-X0 0 0 0 6;0' 0 0 01 Kids ...10 J 0 0 00 0 o 1-3 Batteries' Men; Bishop and Fischer; Klda, Daniels mtiH Dunn. Strike outs: Daniels, J9; Bishop, k Umpire: Scrlbner. ..Win. IEvn. LONDON May 1&-Th6 amateur court tennis cJmrnplonshlp was Won. again , to. day by Neville Stephen Lrtrtton, a son of the first earl ot Lytton. Jlo defeated 11 IX. Baerltln at Queen's club, three games to two. NOOAIiES. Arlr.; May 19. The" pro Jocted attack by Sonora state troops on tiuaymas may take tho form of a Inndf marine ana air Dauie, maue possioio oy the crossing Into Mexico during last night of a, complete aeroplane. A special train from the direction of Naco and bearing the' machine arrived at Nogalos, Honor, today and wAa hurried south. The Mexi can gunboat Guerrero Ilea m the harbor ready to assist the fVderal garrison. After the confhcation of Tils aeroplane below Tucson, Olillef Mnsson, a French aviator, escaped Into Mexico and since has been awaiting the arrival of the sec' forid machine. It Is said tho machine which was taken across last night la the second ot a series ot flvo contracted for by Uie Insurgent state troops. Uoasar O.nt of Game. . WICHITA. Kail., May 1;-The broken left ankle ot ChHst Mndsoy. caused by a Hilda home in yesterday's game, will keep the first baseman ot Sioux City out ot tha game for the entire season, his physi cians, say today. Columbus Win. C!OL.miBU8. Neb.. May . 19.-Sneolal.) Columbus won today, U to S. Score; It.H.E. Columbus ..001(1910 -4S13 3 -Tork 9 0 I I Z, t 0 0 0-lS 5 Mexican Rebels Will Use. Aeroplane in". , Siege: MG-Uayms NEW YOItK, May 19.-Charles M. 8chwab, president of tho Bethlehem Steel corporation and first president of th(T United States Steel corporation, took the stand today a a w'tness for the defense In tho government suit to dissolve tho tatter corporation. Mr. Schwab described tho famous din ner given him In 18W by prominent financiers, at wlilch Schwab made a plea for consolidating the steel Industry on the gTOUnd of economy. Mr. Schwab sat next to J. P. Morgan at the dinner and today described the conversation he had with him, Mr. Schwab said he explained to Mr. Morgan that combination of certain steel companies would bring about a "com pletely Integrated organization," which would hare the advantages of the pos session of raw amterlals, transportation and plants which would enable It "to conduct the business from the mining of oro nnd coal right through tb the man ufacture and sale of every finished product After Export nnslneaa. "I also pointed out to him," he said, "that only by combination could export business bo made profitable. Probably, more than anytning else, i impreeseu upon him the advantages ot combining for the eahe of establishing an export trade. "From the moment 1 started my con versation with Mr. Morgan," Mr. Bohwab continued, ''the question ot obtaining a monopofy or restraining competition was never mentioned. Neither he nor his as. sociales eyer mentioned any object In forming "tho corporation other than tha of economy none whatever." Mr. Schwab, who Is now chairman of thb Bethlehem Steel corporation, 'one of a United States Steel's largest com petitors, declared that "no other factor Influence has done more to foster trade, to establish fair and open dealing and to stimulate healthy and effective competition than the United States Steel corporation' Mr. Schwab said ho "had never heard" of the existence of a foreign rail pool or any agreements with foreign manufac turers to divide neutral territory or to keep out of each other's territories. "Do you think the Steel corporation has the power to put Its competitors out ot business?" It couldn't put me out of business," dectared the witness emphatically. Ho added that the corporation had even less power to put small competitors out ot business than some ot the other steel companies. Youth's Neck Broken When He Is Pinned Under a Machine ItOCKWBIj, la., May 17. Ed Falk, aged 19. was. killed near here today in an automobile accident. He "was at the Wheel ot the machtno and lost control. The' caV'ntn off 'the grade and pinnea Fajlt beneath It Three young women- Irene and Clara Huff and Ida Qoetr- who Were with him, were thrown clear artSaja. . . as na" Of the rnaohlne, Clara Huff remained unconscious uniu ihkgii iu i,mwu,n near by. The other two wera unhurt Falk dlod Instantly. His nok wae broken. Mrs, Longstreet Places Blame on the Georgia Democrats WASHINGTON, May 19.-Mrs. Helen V. Longstreet widow of the noted con federate general, had a hearing before the senate postoffico committee today to give her version of the circumstances leading to her displacement as postmas ter at Gainesville, da, Mrs. Longstreet did not ask reinstatement, but sought to reply to Postmaster General Burleson's statement that her office was poorly managed. She referred to Mr. Burleson as "President Wilson's sixty-day post master general." Mrs, Hongstre'et declared that she was the victim of the Georgia Hallway and Power company, which, she snld, had pursued her because she urged legislation to "curtail Its favors." She presented a long list of endorsements of her admin istration and asserted that the people of her community ,who knew her were more competent to Jndgo her than the postmas-' ter general. I "The Immortal commander whose name ; I bear, who resigned, n commission In the j American army to follow tho banners of . Mm avuit, until ,C ID'. llllilVQ UUV was furled at Appomattox, and thence forth found himself an outcast In the land whose battlefields had run red with his heroic blood," declared Mrs. Long street, "was not madq to suffer more than I have been made to suffer at the hands of that branch of the democracy which Is In the saddle down In the good old democratic state of Gcorglla In the year that has placed a Virginia gentle man In the White House." m A Special Event for Tuesday Only 25c s 35c Scotch French Ginghams, 15cyd AT GINGHAM DEPAHTMENT BASEMENT Imported ginghams in nil the fancy checks, all the even checks, nil the fancy woven stripes, all tho evoni woven stripes, nent small plaids and plain colors 32 inches wide in beautiful fast color combinations. A bargain, that should be of interest to everyone. Sole of such fine ging hams at suoh a low price rarely occurs special at, yard 15c Waters of Pacific Let Into the Canal . hy Dynamite Blast PANAMA, May 1.Th waters of the Paclfjc Ocean were let Into the Panama canal today. A giant blast of 82,00 pounds of dynamite 'was shot, demolish ing the dike to the 'south of the Mlra- flores looks anfl"alIowlng the water to flow into an extensive section in which excavation 'practically has been, com' pleted. you Cap' Stop i ties I j tt. I ft aay- ft MOST'" fceaa aches are d y a 6. etsmacb. 5aawltyHrstlOB,Blng IsrUh cltciilfctioa all rBToa4eaeofcirftttld&.bOn laMiia.&ca.aadbeaaaehes'. , Ktmsn the BOtsonoufl . ' matte ffbXoU cauhs it F KiC year iieaawno ouaff St. "Th ama& lrWch Biovea F fcnvaia'tiulDklY ajiil ra f artcraa & normal coBdltfoB. Is 1 hsrmrsiuix JAKOB WATER, ' l v. aatnral Le.xt.Uve. V, glass ' In the iHibralnsr or at any I i nn an astctr Ktomoea -acts) Farmla bt hrmv or aa auralT and fciaaaoiiss. Oat bstUo At any aDruaT Store to BRITON AND WIFE SLAY FIVE, MEXICAN MINERS ! AOTJPAS CAI.lKNTCS. Moxlco, May 1J. John waiKer. a uruisn mine owner, , and his wife, tlKliting; shoulder to ! shoulder, . recently hilled five and i wounded three men out of a band of eleven employes at the mine near Villa Garcia, KacaXecas. Mr. and Mrs, Walker arrived here today undor escort ot tioopa. J The employes attacked Mr. 'Walker In the office ot the mine, because of .his Inability to raise money with which to pay their wages. The Attackers used knives and clubs, and Mr. Walker had been er)o))y cut end beaten when he opened tire upon them with an automatic revolver! s Mrs. Walker reinforced her husband ,wltlt a rifle. Supposed Wealthy Reoluse Victim of Starvation TONKEftS, N. Y., May 19.-In the spa- clous residence occupied by herself and her brother on a fashionable residence street here, Ada Duncomb, a middle aged spinster, was round at&a last nieut, a victim of starvation, according to Coroner Dunn. There was no food In tho house The authorities stepped Into tho case when a physician whom Whitney Dun- combs, Jr., 60 years old, the woman's brothor, had summoned, found Miss Dun- comb dead on a couch In her bedroom, her' body clad In racs. The Duncomb residence has been a house ot mystery to the neighbors for the twelve years efnee the 'family moved here, the blinds' always being drawn, no servants being, erriployed'and no one ever seen to visit the mansion. The officials, who visited tho place today, reported that the costly old furniture was falling to pieces from negleot, while dust and dirt had been allowed to accumulate, ap parently for years. Duncomb was reticent as to himself and the family affairs In general, only saying he would go to New Jersey- to notify rel atives there of his sister's death. Neigh bors believed the pair to be wealthy, ' 1 Voilo and IJncerio Waists show the low roll collar and tho new short sleeves, many styles ....... May Sale of Waists Muslin Underwear Moro new lots have been received and go on sale Tuesday for the first time Midsummer Waists styles that would readily sell at a higher -fl price, Al special " -the now models that $1.45 A Score of Now Models In the cleverest walsta ot sheer wash fabrics, including all & QEt tho favorite stylo features 4 A eJO New Silk Waists, Wcrth up (o $6.50, at $3.98 Messalines and chiffons are in this group plain colors nnd striped effects; many plain tailored silk waists as well tho more elabor- do qq ately trimmed styles at j)5.a0 cua4 i iiif it er -C3 V A ft'1 U3l well $1.45 Gowns. Drswers." Chemises, Corset J Covers and Combi nation Garmonts new lota, b I g g e r V bargains tnan d -fl c ever at ?. Combination Baits of Undermuslins ao well as soparato garments, daintily trimmed, at Undermuslins of the Daintiest Character Com bination garments, gownB, petti- dj-fl QC coats, drawers and chemlBea at. . . P JL &J Dainty Princess Slips 3 Groups These aro tho throe groups that will delight thou sands of Omaha women. The slips aro carefully sized and beautifully made.They aro priced spe cially at . . Sl.OO. S1.45. S1.05 Your choice of all our genuine Imported hand made Fronch lingerie at Just price. LOOKS LIKE A DOUBLE-CROSS (Continued from 'Page One.) "Father of .Trolley .Car," Inventor, Dies 8TOCKBRIDCJI8, Mass., May 19. Stephen Dudley Field, the "father of the trolley car" and an Inventor or interna tional prominence, died at his horn, to day a Red 68 years. Anions the Inven tions patented by Mr. Field are the quadruple telecraph. electric elevator, amplifier for doubling- the aped of ocean cables, itock ticker, hotel annunciator ant) the police patrol teleirsph. Alto Bether Mr. Kleld held more than S pat ents. - Mr. Field's first trolley car was built at his experimental station in hiock- brldee. Its success encouraged him to build a second Car whloh Is r.ow in the Smithsonian Institution. In ;SS3 his first car for commercial purposes was bsed at the business exposition ot railroad men In Chtcaso. Mr. Field was a member of-the famous family which Included Cyrus Field, an uncle, who laid the itrst Atiantio caDie. Fifteen Bodies Taken from Mine DEMB VALUES', O., May 19The bodies of fifteen men hsd bean recovered tonlcht from tha Imperial rnlnef where two explosions early last night resulted In the death ot fourteen miners and one rescuer. A rescue party party descended- earlyi today and broucht the dead to the aur face. The bodies were found a mile and e, quarter rom the , mouth ot'lhe'mlne. They are badly burned. ltoosevelt," but as Mr. Ostrom refused to follow Toddy out of the partx I am rather inclined, to pelleYe,he V-ii!1 .rlfft): ,'aryr how.? Lapd 'Commissioner necKmannSaid he had .received ho notification' 'from'' Mf. Ostrom ' that he would resign as deputy land commissioner and until ho he did receive official notification ' of that fact he could not discuss who he would ap point to fill the vacancy. It Is understood that while the deputy election commlsslonershtp only pays $1,500 a year, Mr. Ostrom prefers it to the dep- utyshlp In the land commissioners' dttlco, which pajra l;800, because It Will, enable him to live at home in Omaha. 36-in. Messaline Dress Silks in Variotas Stripes, at, a yard OQ Navy, Copenhngcn blue, new tans, blacks and whites 9 s 40-in. Imported Radium Dress Silks in Balkan and Dresden Effects, at, a yard, $1.49 27-in. All Silk Satine, the Season's Favorite Dress and Evening Shades, at, yd. 50c SPECIALS from OUR GREAT SALE MATTRESSES $11 Mattresses $5.98 $14 Mattress :s $7.85 $6.50 Mattresses $3.98 $3.50 Mattresses $1.98 HgH!BRANDEIS STORES CMtUttyecrMtf br 6teU tut thtt U ititA iwtnl f run, u, uiu .uhi Kmh. (ft. iaaisraika, ntla. pn. . r tawisn'., aunlsvi. rnuiMMiM," tlc Aak Vaur Druirlit Va laf u(lsj K He Hi Ht tV&KH PETE T0NZREN DROWNED IN WOOD RIVER NEAR KEARNEY KBAr.NKY. Neb.. May W.-lSpcdal Telegtam.) Peter Torxren of Urant, Keb, ! wus drowned two miles north of here 1 ; Woc4 ilvVr while In bathing. He had ! IbeenNjut with a party of picnickers imd ' in -takln? a dive Into a deep hole must ' have atr.uok his head for he never oame ( up. lie was Jl years of ase and was a j senior 1n"tfie Bate "N'orrhal "sohobl. The' I body was recovered about p. m. I , BROTHER OF OMAHA MAN DIES AT BUFFALO; N. Y. BITKFAM), N. T., fay l.-(8pectal Tal eerum ) John, II. Plcklnson, axed 41, brother ot J.eon D tiloklason of Omaha, died early today at his home. 20S7 6cnca street, as the result of It4ur!e sustained In a fall from weoh here two weeks aa He bad seveial ribs fractured and bs left lung penetrated- Burial will be In Buffalo Wednesday afternoon. Police Protect an ' Umpire from Mob NEWARK, K. J.. May 19.-A decision by .Umpire Hayes, of the International leasee, that a ball knocked over the right field fence wns fair, led to a' player be Ins taken from the field by the police. today, and later officers were -forced to eseort the umpire from the grounds to a train, amid a 'hall ot bottles, stones. cushions and other missiles. Noted Mining Engineer Dead CfcEVEtaND. O.. May ,19--Albert V, Hojden ot Salt lake City ond Cleve land, one of the best known mlnlntr en gtneers In the country, died at his homo here to-night of a, Uncaring disease after' asveral months' illness. Key to the Situation Bea Adrartiatsc A lilfe Sentence ot suffering with throat and lung trouble Is qulekly commuted by Dr. King's New Discovery. 60a and tt. Kor aola by Bea ton Drug CAAavertlssmsnt. RETAIL GROCERS IN SESSION AT ST, LOUIS ST. IXUIB, May 19,The National Re tail Grocers' association convened here today with several hundred delegates in attendance. Advocates of. Omaha. Cleve land and Nerf .Orleans -.are, urgtng the claims ot those cities lor Uie ' next con-. ventlon, It has been 'dsalded that the 1M5 convention shall be.beld-ln San Fran cisco. . ' 1 w WOOL MAGNm IS ON TRIAL W. M. Wood, Head of Combine, is Arraigned at Boston. PLANTING DYNAMITE IS CHARGE It ia Alleged ?hn Bxploalvea Were riuccd In Ilonaca of Striker ' ' .with, Intent to Dlaoredlt .vJ t"'n. . BOSTON, May 19,-WIIllam M. Wopd, president of .tho American Woolen com pany and a textile manufacturer' of In ternational reputation Frederick E. At teauz, and Dentils J. .Collins, were placed on trial today charged with conspiring to "plant" dynamite 'at Lawrence, during the textile strike In that city In January, 19122. The trial has' been awaited with special Interest Tiocause' 6f ' thu ' prominence of Mr, Wobd, and also because It Is the flfst :tlma In Massachusetts ' that a serious criminal charge arising from labor dif ficulties have been preferred ngatnst a manufacturer. The arrest of the man last August caused a sensation. Choree Conspiracy. Atteaux Is a, dealer in chemicals and a friend of Mr. .Wood. Collins Is a clog fancier ot Cambridge. It Is charged that the three defendants conspired with John J, 'Breen, an undertaker at Lawrence, and Ernest K. Pitman,' a builder of An dovcr, to Place dyanmlte In a house oc- : ti.. - ,. ,, cupjed-by "Striking' textile operatives for th purtcro1of rtrejudlclng publlo opinion by making It appear that the strikers had possession of an explosive which they intended to use In damaging mill property. Tho pbflce 'discovered the dynamite and arrested several Btrlke operatives who lived In the house. All 'subsequently con vince the court of theltf innocence and were discharged. Soon afterward Breen, a member of the Lawrence schcM board, was arrested, convicted nnd fined $300 for "planting" tho exploslv.-. Pitman, who built the Wood mill of the American Woolen com pany, committed sulcldo on the day tho Suffolk county grand Jury began an In vestigation of the alleged conspiracy. Fireman Killed In Wreck. AUSTIN, Tex., May 19. In a head-on collision south of here today on the In ternational and Great Northern railway, between passenger train No. 7 and a cattle train, fireman Chris Reek was In stantly killed, five persons were seriously and a score or more slightly hurt. For Everybody, Everywhere ' For workers with hand or brain for rich and poor for every kind of people in every walk of life there's delicious re- M freshment in a glass of at l M different and better in purity and flavor. M The best drink anyone can buy. m Be ture to get the genuine. Ask for it by its full name to avoid tmitatfnn nnrl anhitittitinn. j&r laaaaai san b. vr 01 18 aaU.- Send for free booklet. 5U3p3P' "Saaaaa 1 aal ' j John Says: Whenever you see an Arrow think CocarCoU. THE COCA-COLA COMPANY, ATLANTA, GA. Ankle Strap Sandals Those broad toed flat or spring heel sandals are the most serviceable and dressy footwear for the children. In whitp canvas, white nubuek, patent colt, gun metal, calf turned or welt solqs. According to size $1.25 to $2.50 Drexel 1419 Farnam 'Take n little Mon- R key and palat blm V wblte Ilka a Babbit " and be stUl , ra I 1 mains Monkey. ka-'V Others ara Imitating my TEDST BUfJT EK Co O I O A tt 8, and even my oraty Uttle "ads," bat they are only imitators. John's Cigar Store 16th & Harney Sts. MUSK I1 AMUSEMENTS Every ay 13 Koon to 11 P. II. , ITaweat In MOTION PICTURES and ssxsoirs TAXKrcs" Special Today "Votes for Women" A Talking Picture Presenting Noted Suffragettes. Changes Sunday, Tuesday and. Thursday. BASEBALL OMAHA vs. WICHITA ROURKE PARK May 20-21-22. Car X.MT6S 15th and Farnam a '.-IS. Gamed Called 8 P, M. "WORTH CLIMB I NX; THE HIW rSfiftt 100 ,10-aoo Ti.Uol4 Man leal Coratd? A-KNIOHT rOR-A-DAT BAJL.T AT I S. I'M AND I CO p. M. . continuous eta. . n a . i T m m family theatre photo layi empress; XHKOOSHT MAIDS sual Borlaaqua &XTSA LA PATIMA