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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: APRIL 2G, 1914. Council Bluffs TO FEDERATE FATHERS' CLUB Sixth Organisation of This Kind is Under Way. WORK TO COMMON PURPOSE Iteetlnir 'Will lie Held Tuesday Night at Washington Arenno Building to Arrange for Organisation. The sixth Fathers' club was organlied last night at the Eighth avenue school, and on next Tuesday evening the seventh will he formed at he Washington avenue bulldlnff. The plan Is to carry the or ganization work forward until there Is an organization In each of the schools of the city. The federation of all the clubs, similar to that effected by the Mothers' clubs, will follow, with the probability of a further Joint federation of the two central organizations, thus giving the schools of Council Bluffs the most unique organized support to be found anywhere. This matter was discussed Informally at the Eighth avenue school last night. Although one or the smaller buildings, the meeting there last night was the largest that has yet been held since Stymest Stevenson started the movement several months ago and which has al ready given Council Bluffs national prom inence. Committees from five clubs formed part of the audience. Tho dele gations were from Madison avenue school, where the first club was formed; the schools designated as Avenue B and Ave nue El and Oak and Pierce streets. All Joined in helping to form the new Eighth avenue club. A large enrollment of men living In the district whose children attend the school followed. Mr. Stevenson explained the purpose to be the general improvement of the schools through the intelligent and general co-operation of the parents with the teachers. The slogan chosen as the motto of the first club, "To mako the In different different," was put forward as the general plan. The first act of the new club was to name a committee to join the committees from the five other clubs to attend the meeting at the Wash ington avenue building Tuesday night. Beet Jewelry repairing In the city; all work guaranteed. Lefferts, Mexican Forced to Salute Flag Allen Westerdahl, only, son of tho late George W. Westerdahl, Union Pacific Im migration commissioner, writes to rela tives here from Staunton. Va., of the In tensity of the war feeling prevailing ameBg the pupils of the military acad emy there, where he is receiving a mili tary training. Among the students are a number of Mexican boya of the better class. The .Council Blurts boy says the wore serious parts of the education of these Mexican youths is being Under taken by the patriotic American boys. The Mexicans are being taught to respect tne American flag. Every day, the dusky-hued youths are lined up and 'com pelled to salute the flag; When the news from Mexico shows particularly gross and wanton Insults and outrages "upon Americans the Mexican boya are compelled to salute the flag several times a day. They take it good-naturedly and announce their willingness to fight for It If the chance is given, "but you can't believe a Mexican under any clroum etanees at any time," Allen writes to his guardian, his aunt. Miss Allen. There are several South American and. iwo or tnreo Japanese boys among tho academy students, and, Westerdahl writes that they are intensely patriotic and pro American. Seamless gold wedding rings, 14, 18 and 2J-karat, quality, Letfert, telix Sohoedsaok On Way to Mexico awns BcnoeasacK, ton of O, A, facnoeasack, member of the Board of .Mucauon, yesterday, in Los Angeles, en listed. He graduated from the high aohool lost year and then turned his at tention 10 electrical work. Several months age he went to Los Angeles. Yes terday Mrs. Bchoedsack received this tel egram rrora Ijos Angeles: "Enlisted with B company. Seventh in. fantry, California National Guards, Leav ing tor Mexico tonight to protect Call Sornia boundary until ordered from Wash ingum to cross the line. Telephone uuarun jor my aiscnarge. Will meet them in Mexico. Am well, happy and out io- a grana time with best outfit in vaiuornia. FELIX.' Real EMaU Transfers. The following real estate transfers fiirt Friday were reported to The Ue by the ouawauamie uounty Abstract company George u Hamilton and wife to John W. And Amv nmrf... ... 6-7j, w. d . , , ilea Martha C. Besler and huhand Y ' M. B. O'Keefe. cait lotr f nnd 7. block 11. Bayllss' 1st add., w. d 8,000 Maude Johnson und husband to V. naucn, 01 e, UIOCK , HeetV sub., w. d vx u mmi kuu wiie io ueorge u. Hamilton, lot , block 9. Central sub., w, d SOU , . " r ana numana io Jessie C. Erai y lot K block 3. ltohrers Park 1st add., w. d too H. F. John and wife to W. D. part lot 3. Mallet's sub., w. tl ...J .Anton Hospe to Katherlne and Eliz abeth Morris, lot 9, block 29, Beers' uo w. d , us Q. J. Harding and wife to Sena L. Cottrell, lot 7, SUM'S add., w. d.. 2.000 Total urii: $VM. YOU ALL KNOW that we know that you know that wr always na'e the fresh' ckt vegetables In tho city. We have extra fine home-grown pieplant, E-ceut and 10- bunches; ripe pineapples at IS cents up ripe tomatoes, IS cents a vound; radisl.es, S for 14 cents; green onions, 3 for 6 cents silver skin onions, 10 cents pound; Idaho potatoes, 30 cents peck, ttlO bushel; Mcr xell'a bacon, nothing better, at 2C cents pounds Swift's hams at M cenU; cooked ham. 40 cents. This is the tim to row grass seed, We have extra good quality S$ cents a pound. Tomato plants at 19 cents dozen. Geraniums in bloom at 19 cents. 15 cents each while they last Extra fine strawberries, 2 for 25 cents, Ohio seed potatoes, tU6 bushel. If you want the best coffee you ever had, try our U. & M. Blend at 35 cents. New 1 prk roasted at 25 cent, Panama si 30 cents. Cartel & Miller. Phone SGJ.-Advertlae went 1 Council Bluffs Minor Mention Council Blnffs Offlos of The Des is at 14 north Main BU Tsltphone 43. Davis, drugs. Victoria, 1R. A. Hospe Co. Corrlgans, undertakers. Phone 43. Blsnk book work. Morehouse &. Co. Woodrlng Undertaking Co. Tel. 339. GARDNER PRESS, printing. Phone 63. DAMON ELECTRIC CO. Tel. lS9.-Adv. Lewis Cutler, funeral director. Phone 97. TO SAVE OR TO BORROW, 8KB C. B. Mutual Bldg. and Loan Ass'n. 123 Pearl. Bradley Electric Co., wiring and fix tures. Phone sax Lost-Garnet La Valler. Return to 107 Pearl street for reward. Expert and accurate watch repairing, oy reliable watchmakers only. Leffert's. 1 inn Willi mtur uhnn ln..l . Ing. 15 Scott St. Tel. Red 945. Eyes examined, glassed fitted. lefferts. ferts. Wanted Tmi11lo(IU flr.1 .Moe. lur. ber. Grand Hotel Barber Shoo. Council Bluffs, la. Ladles' and cent' lintn cleaned, dved and reshaped at small cost. Cook's Clean ing worKs. mono 178. If your house tiend nalnllner. nanerlnr or decorating, neo H. Borwlck, 211 S. -uain hi. t'riecs for Tor everybody. Regular business and unrlnl inalnn of COUnCll Nfl. 1IC irnllnH Pnnm.n.ol Travelers, Saturday evening at the hall in mo magics ouuaing. YOU JTbt thft InwpHt nrlrA f.nlf l,rm. and best giiRrantco on your piano when you purchase at A Hospe Co., iJ7 Broad way, Council -Bluffs, la. ur. Donald Macrae and Dr. Earl Deli miter left lftnt Varitnr- in .(,.h.1 Mm meeting of the Iowa Surgical Clinical society at Dubuque. They will return Sunday morning. Excelsior lodirn Nn. "ndAcceptcd Jfasons, will meet In special suiuiituiiiuaiion eaiuraay At I'M o clock lor the purpose of attending the funeral I w. uuiul j,, ur1BB, u Aiesier Aiasons aro requested to attend. Tho "commit ! nt ftf,nn .i.ti for tho purpose of attacking tho saloon consent petition when It is filed, yester uay flooded tho malls with postal cards containing "six. reasons why you should not sign the saloon petition." Tho cards were sent Indiscriminately and were re- ""w mono wno noa signed. Clyde and Krod Paffonbargcr, Ira Adams. Charles Potter and John West, the latter a boy, were In police court yesterday, charged with breaking Into merchandise cars in the Rock Island yards, Some of them have been In Jail for several days. All waived examina tion and were held to the grand Jury Under 1500 bonds. Inflicted Unon the ewltnhhnar1 In h nt. flee of the Postal Telegraph company yes- wjr n inon circuit, une ot tne with others. The whole rear of the switch board burst Sn flamrs that threatened the building. The current was shut off and aiw iirumen aousea tne maze with a jnncai sireoni. The Injury was ail to The funeral nf .T. if. m.n h rtnni. Island awltohmnn. klllod in the local yards Wednesday night, will b held this afternoon at 2 o'clock at the resIdencA. m Rnnih Ninth Hey. A. B. Adams of tho Epworth Metho dist church will have charge of the serv- icob, aseisiea ny icxceisior lodge of Ma sons, of which Mr. Crlss had long been member. After the services tho body t" uutin io ureaion ior Dunai. Cloey C. IClmboll died Thursday Right at 7:S9 o'clock nt tho home of her daughter, Mrs. Anna Arnold, zm Avenue C. Death was duo to general decline. She leaves one son and three daughters- ino son is Dick Kimball of Omaha. The daughters are Mrs. Anna Arnold, this and Mrs. D. O. Sheets, Herman, Neb. The body will be taken today to Her man, Neb., where funeral services will be held and burial will take place. Manager irrank Elgau of the Iowa and 'Nebraska Telephone companies and forty of the operators, were guests last night VtVjrs MIB, alUIlIl i lUDaBLI. llfUT inn. NflM . yltotlon of Mrs. Amos, tho owner, and Manager Livingstone. All ot the opera tors, who could be spared from tho serv lee Joined the other employes at the Scott atreet building and marched to tho theater Jn a body. Seats had been re served In the central part .of the floor, and when Manager Etgan came In lead ing forty protty and well dressed girls mum wus inure man a ituiicr 01 excite ment. Tho Charge Of Consolrocv filed ntrnlnnl some of tho persons arrested in connection wun xno exciting episode at tho Grand hotol whci Mrs. Florence Shaper at tempted to compel Albert Odell at the point of a revolver to return l he had won from her husband in a poker game In Omaha, was not pressed when the trio was arraigned in police court yester day. The charge was dismissed and a general charge ot disorderly conduct was iscen against an in roe, Air. ana Airs. U. J. Shaner and Alhert Ortnll. (in th disorderly charge eaoh was fined 322 and costs. Only one of the tines was paid last evening, that of Odell, who had Jill in me nanas at tne ponce. George W. Dalton. sued XA years, died at 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon at the Jennie Edmundson Memorial hospital of ntuney irouuie, auer six momns' Illness. He made his home at 145 Ridge street end had been a resident ot Council Bluffs for nine years. He was a member ot the Independent Order ot Odd Fellows ot Denmark and of the Loyal Order ot Moose. Ho Is survived by a widow, six sons and four daughters. They aro Al bert Dalton ot thla city, Wllbert Dalton ot Harlan, Ear!, James, Norman and Carl Dalton. all at home; Mrs. C. C. Llnch ot Perry and Misses Blanch, Hasel and Goldle Dalton ot this city. Funeral announcement win De maae later. Lewis K. Phllllns. used tS veari. D months, died Thursday from paralysis, after nine years' Illness. Mr. Phillips wus born in Ohio, but had been a resident of Iowa most ot his life, returning hero J dence in Dakota. He Is survived by hta Widow, Mrs. Mary C. Phillips; two daugh ters, Mrs. Eva Johnson and Mrs. L. C. Lung, and one son, William A. Phillips. The deceased was a member ot Council Bluffs lodge No. 49, Independent Order ot Odd Fellows, and his fellow lodgemen assisted In the funeral services Friday Rev. J. E. Matheney ot the Fifth Avenue Methodist Episcopal church officiated. Burial took place at the Clark cemetery. How Wo Make Screens. We make our screens out of clear cypress and will cover them with black, galvanised, pearl or copper wire. Get our prices, C Hafer Lumber company. Hannan Ordered to the Hosnital The Board of Insanity Commissioners yesterday concluded the inquiry into the mental condition of Cbarlea XU Hannan, Jr., and ordered him to be taken to the Clarinda hospital for treatment. The action was taken only after the fullest inquiry and was with tho approval of the youn's man's friends. He had a full real ization ot his situation and begged againit the entrance of the order. Local physicians are confident that a few weeks' treatment under the care ot Dr. Wltte will result In the restoration ot Hannan's health. He was taken to the hospital last evening. Ladles, you are Invited to our big chl- name t demonstrations all this weew. P. C. DeYol Hardware company, UH Broadway. Lumber Price List. Send for one ot our cash lumber price lists, which are now out and ready for delivery. C. Hafer Lumber Co. THREATEN U. S. CAPTIYES Mexicans Take Dozen Prisoners Be tween Capital and Vera Cruz. . 5 Ml DEATH MENACE OVER QUAETET " i i F. W. Lehmer of Omaha Is Taken Into Custody Federals Confid ent n flail Properly Sooth of the Capital. VERA CRUZ. Mexico, April IS. Seven Americans, prisoners ot Mexican soldiers, are being held at Cordoba or Orizaba, on the line of the Mexican railway, between here and the capital, four of whom, at least, are threatened with execution, ac cording to authentic information received tonight. Four of the Americans were taken from a train on the Vera Cruz-Isthmus line at Tlerra Blanco, and further along, at Motzolongo station, three other Americans and an Englishman were seized. Thosu captured at Tlerra Blanca are: W. A. Mangen, superintendent ot the railroad; Engineer Elliott and Conductors Riley and Hart. At Motzolongo, Edward Weunch, his son, Sydney; A. M. Thomas and Mr. Boyd, an Englishman, were arrested by federals. Newsboy Brings neport. The names of five more Americana ar rested by Major Panuclo Martinez and added to those whom he previously had taken to Cordoba, reached here tonight. These men were taken a few miles out of Vera Cruz from a train. The news of the capture was brought to Vera Cruz by a newsboy. Major Martinez took them to Terra Blanca and tnence to Cordoba. Tho men are: W. B. Wofford of Georgia, F. W. Lehmer ot Omaha, W. D. Bedford of Michigan, W. C. Disbrow of Now York and James Bllcher of Buffalo. All these men are Interested in agricul ture In the section, In -which they were arrested. ' ' Gained from Conversation. The belief that the federals Intended to execute at least tour ot the prisoners was gained from the conversation of the soldiers who captured them, which was overheard by passengers on the train. Tho prisoners were taken to Cordoba and. it Is believed, later were transferred to Orizaba, a point nearer the capital. Eighteen Americans still are In Tlerra Blanca, among them J, O. Cook, ohlet engineer of the Isthmian railway; J. O. Schneider, X D. Longston, C. D. Harri son and, wife and children, and Mr. and Mrs. George McComber. An indirect report received today from Mexico City says that mobs attempted to burn the terminal ot the Mexican rail way, but were prevented by 'President Huerta's troops. Confiscato Rolling Stock. The Mexicans are confiscating all the locomotives and rolling stock of the Mex ican railway ' and concentrating them at Aplzaco, an hour's run south of the capital. Ail tho engineers of that line have been held and s6nt to Orizaba. The train dispatcher at Orizaba was arrested, but released later and told to leave. Pollco .court affairs in Vera Cruz were administered today by a naval lieutenant. who was kept busy hearing' the cases of Mexicans who had been picked up by the patrols or arrested during the recent' fighting. He proved to be a lenient mag. lstrato, much to ,tho7urprlBQ of the Mex leans, many ot whbm believed the "gringos" would order their execution, Thomas B. Hohler, the British, charge:. d affaires, who had charge ot the train which brought the, refugees from the cap ital to nere lost night, intended to return tonight Only a Few He ma In. The British cruiser Hermlone, which, although a 'neutral vessel, .has been en gaged In the removal of.Am Orleans from Tamplco, reports that only?kfew are now there. Rear Admiral Fletcher today received the congratulations of Secretary Daniels, The admiral conveyed to the officers and men his own appreciation ot their "splen did conduct which gained for them the highest approbation of tho secretary of the navy," Much of tho work ot reorganisation ot affairs In the city has been forced on the naval officers, and Consul Canada and his staff, including C. E. Maceachrae. former secretary of John Llnd, are keep ing long hours at business. The cable office here is being taxed to Its fullest capacity with official, com mercial and press dispatches. In some cases operators have had no sleep for many hours. English Engineers Arrested. WASHINGTON. April 25.-Bngllsh en glnecrs of the Mexican National railway have been arrested by Mexican federal authorities and placed In Jail at Orizaba, according to a dispatch to the Navy de partment dated Vera Cruz at 8:24 p. m. today. The chief dispatcher, an Ameri can, was arrested, but later released. At last reports, the message said, the engineers had not been released. No names were given and the number of en' glneers Is not known. The reason for their arrest was not given. The news was announced In the follow ing statement Issued by the Navy depart ment tonight: Euglnes In Mex Hands. 'The department Is in receipt of a dls patch from Vera Crus stating that from an authentic source Information had been ootained that all English locomotive en gineers ot the Mexican railway were ar rested by federal authorities and Disced m joii ai unzaca. The latest advices are mat they have not been released. All luvuinourea were placed n hands of Mexicans, who, it is not bettered, can 1, .T I . 1 . . . """"" mi ciass ot motive power operated on the mountain. 'General Navarette came as ftr Cameron, sixty-four miles from Vera twrux, with one coach load of mn and w waded with machine runs and explosives for blowing up bridges on the Mexican railway, which are numerous, high and large on this line, and in some Places it is impossible to arcane . passage of trains by anv nthr nm visional means. Tries to nam Eaalnmeut. "An unruly mob made energetlo efforts a ourn railway equipment of the same railroad in Mexico City, but were nn. vented by federal soldiers. This railroad Is mobilizing all equipment possible at Aplzaco, 2M kilometers "from Vera Crux, under instructions from the federal gov. eminent. "The Tehauntepeo cable office was cut and operations suspended on April M and S3. Officials of thfs railway promised they might renew tervive on the 23d. This Is unlikely." Science Teachers Meet. CEDAR FALLS, la., April 2S.r(Special Telegram.) The Iowa Acalemy of Sci ences Is In convention in this city by Invitation of the science depaitment ot the Jowa State Toachsrs college. One hundred and fifty delegates are here, representing science Instructors In Iowa colleges and leading high schools. Corning Presbytery Meets in Sidney SIDNEY, fa., April 2C.-Speclal.) The spring meeting of the presbytery, Comlns district, was held In Bldnev. tnpntlne Tuesday evening and concluding Wednes day night. The women's Society of Home and Foreign Missions of tho Pres byterian church alia held Its nnnnnt meeting in Sidney on the same dates. mere was a good attendance and much Interest was manifested In the meetings Rev. J. K Ewlnir of VillUca. wnn eloctnd moderator and the regular routine of business was transacted. The commis sioners elected to the general assembly, which meets In Chicago May a, are: Ministerial commissioner, Rev. F, W. Thdman. Diagonal; lay commissioner. David KIlDatrick. Malvern: alternate.-!. Rev. J. IC. Driver. Red Oak. and Mr. Overmeyer of Lenox. At the closing meeting Wednesday Ight tho Women's Missionary sncletv had charge of the public services, and Mrs. W. W. Hale of De3 Moines, synodl cal president ot Ihe society, delivered a very able address nn "Tho nhmrin- Orient." The Women's Missionary society Dy vote divorced . itself from the presby terlal meeting and will hereafter meet separately In a different town. Thursday night Installation services were held, when Rev. H. C. Duckett of Bcllovllle. Kan., was Installed nx nnxtnr ot the Sidney Presbyterian church. Iowa Xctts Notes. LOGAN Tonnthfiti TTnlAtAn. m,mh,p nt tho Board of Supervisors for six years, will be a candidate for renominatlon. I.OGAN A barn nnd enntntM w.ift burned on the Wood-Mills In'rm. four miles south of Logan last night as a re sult of a bolt of lightning. The loss Is estimated at 32,100, and partially covered Dy insurance. IDA GROVE Tho old Anirut Fritz farm of 200 acres near Hulstcln. thin county, sold this Week to Ed Hatvn for F240 per acre. The seller then bought the Ross Pattlson place ot 116 acres a mile west ot Holsteln and paid $260 an acre for it. IDA GROVE A. E. Brlsht of this oltv has Invented a remarkable lock nut. designed especially for railroad nee, but which can bo used on nutomobllp axlos or upon any bolt used In machinery. The nut will lock at any point desired upon the bolt, where It will remain permanently until a release is pressed .when it may bo easily removed. IDA aROVE-Audltor Richard Varner has. Just complied tho farm crop statistics ror ida county rrom the reports ot tne various township assessors. The report ihows that the fanners of Ida county last year lost 62,358 hogs from cholera. The acreage of corn was S5.455 und the yield was 8,727.395 bushels. The acreago or oats was 49,gG9 and the yield l,KMH bushels. Buenos Ayres Press Disapproves Action of the United States BUENOS AYRES, April 25.-Tho press of Buenos Ayres Is unanhnous In Its ex pressions ot disapproval of the attitude of the United States toward Mexico. La N&clon, in an editorial today, said: "President Wilson tried to mako Huerta resign and tho revolutionists were count ing on' trio sympathy ot the White House. This would explain the conduct of Huerta In tho Tamplco affair. The quick action of the United Stages shows that they hod Intended to Intervene. Tho memory of this' conflict will live in the history of the relations between the United States and Latin America." 'President Wilson's message to con gress does not seem to us to be an exhi bition of statesmanship," declares La Prensa. "The plan to overthrow Huerta In order to Install a revolutionary gen eral In his place would signify official partiality on the part of the United States without trying to bring about the paolflcatlon of the country. Tho military action by the United States alms at Mex ico and not at Huerta. We fear a repeti tion In Mexico of the protectorate system the United States created In Cuba." Huerta's Son Leads Mob Pulling Down Washington Statue VERA CRUZ. Mexico. April 25. The statuo ot George Washington in Mexico was pulled down by a mob led by Jorge Huerta, son of President Huerta, who attached the ropes to' It, Two Americans are reported to have been rescued by President Huerta's aides from the wrath of the mob. The situation in the capital dally Is be coming more alarming tor Americans, ac cording to refugees who arrived here to day. The mobs In the streets were in creasing In size and numbers,' (hoy said. They confirmed the report that the rifles and rapid fire guns that recently were permitted to reach the American embassy had been seized by order ot President Huerta and stated also that a house-to-house search had begun for arms. JANSEN AND C0UPLAND HAVE FILED FOR REGENT (From a Staff Correspondent) LINCOLN, April J5.-(Speclal.)-Enlist-rnents In an army ot invasion of Mexico are not the only ones being- made in Ne braska today. Yesterday five Indi viduals offered their services to Secretary ot State Walt for the political battle which will take place this year: Peter Jansen of Jensen tiles as a re publican for the nomination for regent ot the state university. George Coupland of Elgin files for re- nomination as a candidate on the repub lican ticket as regent. John W, MclClssIck tiles as a democrat for the office ot commissioner ot public lands and buildings. W, L. Gaston of Broken Bow wants the nomination for senator on the republican ticket in the Twenty-third district and Charles W. Beat also ot Broken Bow de sires the nomination tor the same offlco on the democratic ticket This district .comprises the counties of Custer, VaUey, Blaine and Loup, represented In the last session by Senator J, A. Ollls, who has tiled for the democratlo nomination for railway commissioner. Drowned in Caisson, ASHLAND, Neb.. Aprt.1 2S,-(Speclal Tel egram.) Ills pipe floating on the surface ot a caisson In which he had been work ing In over fifteen feet ot water led to the discovery of the body of Ernest Zelset a tt-year-old German, who had been employed over six months on con struction work at the Burlington rail road's new Platte river bridge. His body was recovered about 11:20 this morning. The drowned man's home was at Nesque- honlng, Pa., where his friends were no tified tonight SCORE MAY-JE EXECUTED Nineteen Americana and One British Subject Made Prisoners. CAPTURED BY THE FEDERALS Secretary Bryan Reported, to Have Sent Telegram Telling of Affair to Chlcngo M4II. CHICAGO, April 26.-Twenty refugees, nineteen Americans and-one British sub ject have been taken prisoners by Presi dent Huerta's forces and It is believed they may be executed by a firing squad, according to a telegram, received from Secretary Bryan tonight by Dr. Herbert A. Parkn, president of a Mexican plan tation company. Mr. Bryan's telegram follows: "The following, dated April 21 at 10 a. m. and received from thcAmerlcan consul at Vera Cruz Is sent for your information: Soldiers Stop Train, " 'Am Just reliably informed at S o'clock Tuesday night soldiers stopped, train In vicinity of Tierra Blanca on Vera Crux Isthmus railroad, taking following prison ers. W. Mangum, railroad BUDerlnt ent; Elliott, engineer; Riley nnd Hart, conductors.' "AH are Americans. These persons aro taken to Cordoba or Orizaba nnd believed ordered shot. "Some eighteen or more Americnns left for Tlerra Blnncha. C. B. Hcrron, sec retary isthmus railroad, wife and four children; J. O. Cook, chief engineer; John Fllghter, conductor; J. F. Langston and Wife; Kerwln. cnslnoer. nnd Mr. :md Mrs. Gcorgo Macomber. May lie Kxecntcil, "Some soldiers stonnnd nt Wurlnmln. Motzorongo on samo railroad, taking prisoners Edward Wunscli and son, Sid ney, A. M. Turner, secretary of the Haci enda Motzorongo, all Americans; also Boyd. British subject. All tnkon in rv.r. boba or Orizaba. It is reliably stated that all these prisoners may be executed. Ad mirals Fletcher and Badger have this information." Dr. Parkyn said Wunsch mentioned In the telegram is manager of the planta CHANDL FEATURES THAT INSURE BETTER SERVICE i, . AN AUTOMOBILE IS NO BETTER THAN THE COMPONENT PARTS THAT FORM THE COMPLETED CHASSIS. Just so far as better workmanship, design and material enter into the making of the different units of construction, just that much better service will your automo bile give you. 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Huffman Automobile Co. Lincoln, Neb. Sioux Falls, S. D. Mitchell, S. D. Sioux City, la. 1228 P Street 222 S. Phillips Ave. 217 W. First Street 317-19 Fifth Street tion which Is ownod by 1,800 American and British stockholders. Tho 'Boyd men tioned, he said, Is "Alexander Boyd of London, cashier of tho plantation." Mrs. Boyd was also on the plantation and two Callfornians named Peokham and Andrews, according to Dr. Parkyn. No mention was made of them. Omaha Man Held I By the Federals Near Vera Cruz F. W. Lehmer or Omaha, reported un der arrest by Mexican federal authorities, Is owner of a small sugar plantation near El Hule. 123 m'.'.cs nouthwest of Vera Cruz. Ho Is also general manager of a v large plantation near that place owned by Englishmen. Mr. Lehmer Is 32 years old and has spent most of his time in Mexico for the last five years. His brother, Phillip Lehmer, said last night that he had not heard from him for some time The tvso blethers were associated In tho sugar business for two years, Phillip having re turned to Omaha a few months ago. He Is a local railroad contractor. When the younger brother left Mexico his brother expressed tho fear that tho Mexican government might tako somo drastio action against htm In tho event of an open rilpturo betwden Mexico and tho United States. Tho Lehmers live nt 1822 Kiamot street. Tho two brothers aro nephown of tho late Joseph R. Lchmcf, who eetbllsheil tho railroad 'supply house on lower Far nom street, now operated by Joseph R. Lehmer company. Several other Omaha men aro said to bo Interested in tho sugar business, which has been operated by young Lehmer since ho went to Mexico. NEGRO'S NOMINATION AS JUDGE CONFIRMED WASHINGTON, April 25. The nomina tion of Robert II. Terrell, a negro, as municipal Judge for the District of Co lumbia, was confirmed tonight by the senate The nomination had been held up for two months, being vigorously op posed by Senators Vardaman, Smith of Built by Men Who Know A score tures. EfV LIGHT lIOE If weight HlnT) 11 SIX TlU COME SEE THE CHANDLER 1814'16 Farnam St, Omaha, South Carolina and other southerners. Tonight senators urging confirmation de clined to pass Terrell's name on the list of nominations and a vote was forced. Three Mexicans Are Arrested as Spies By Sioux City Oops SIOUX C1TT, la,, April 2o.-9Ioux City police today arrested three Mexicans Pedro Antponla, B. Gross and Emlllano Bavendo on charges of vagrancy. The men, the police declare, aro spies. Books containing code writing were found In their suit cases. Fresh customs house tags wero stamped on satchels, contain ing the numerlals 44S4, Pier P. The con tents of tile code book are written in a flno Spanish hand. ' References are made to "Americanos,"' "Guardoza Se cretes" and Liberie," In the codo book. They declare they were on their way to Chicago when placed under arrest. Tho men aro well dressed. One wears a heavy beard, which the police believe to bo a disguise. Key to the Situation Bee Advertising. RATES ON MOLASSES ARE TO BE SUSPENDED (From a Staff Correspondent.) WASHINGTON, April 2S.-(Speclal Tel egram.) The Interstate Commerce com mission today suspended until August 23, 1914, the operation of certain schedules contained In tariffs, which wero to bo como effective within the next montli. Tho suspended schedules combined pro posed reduced, rates applicable to the transportation of black strap molasses In carloads Imported from foreign coun tries through tho ports of Mobile, Gult port, Miss., and New Orleane, des tined to Council Bluffs, Clinton and other points. The present rdte from New Orleans to Clinton, la., Is 2714 cents per 100 pounds. The proposed rate Is 25 cents. 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