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Everybody Reads the day happenings ery daj. If folka don't wad yonr ttoro awn Tffj day. It's your fault. THE WEATHER. Fair VOL. XLIV NO. 10. OMAIIA. TUESDAY M0KN1N0, .VNH J50, WU TWKLVK PAGES. On Train and at ITotol ITsws Otaodi, So. SINGLE COPY TWO CENTS. MELLEN, BANKER AND A DEAD MAN INDICTED BY JURY Tonncr New Haven Head, Frederick S. Mosely and Ralph D. Gillette Named as Conspirators. IN HAMPDEN RAILROAD DEAL Three Charged with Plot to Induce Bank Committees to Lend Money to Road. AISO ACCESSORIES BEFORE FACT Carrier DewlRncd os Llntc nctvreen Bay State B. & M. and N. H. BILLS AGAINST THEIR VICTIMS Members of Investment llodlcs Are AllcRcd to Have Conspired to SInkr Loan to tnc Cor- ' porntlon. CAMBRIDGE, Mass., June 2S. Charles H. Jlellcn. ormer president of the Now York, New Haven railroad company; Frederick S. Mosely, a banker, and Ralph D. Gillette of Westerfleld, were Indicted today for conspiracy by the Middlesex county grand Jury on a charge of in ducing the Investment committees of two savings banks In Cambridge to lend money to the Hampden railroad corpora tion. All were indicted also, accessories be ifore tho fact of conspiracy. L Gillette, who 'was nt the head of the Hampden railroad corporation, died about n. year ago. MosCley, who is a Danxer in Boston, is alleged to havo been inter ested flpancially In the road. Th rnnd wts designed as a link to .Connect the Massachusetts division of the Eoston. & Maine with tho New YorK, New Haven & Hartford, near .Spring field, Mass. It parallels in pari mo ahiui branch of the Boston & Albany railroad. The entire Investment committees of the Cambridge pavings bar.k and the linst Cambridge Savings bank were Indicted on taunts of conspiracy to lond money to the Hampden corporation. St. Barnabas Church Extends Pulpit Call to Rev.L. Holsapple At a meeting of tho officers of tho St. Barnabas Episcopal church yesterday if tcrnon, a pulpit call was extended to. Rev. L. 1J. Holsapple, of Sallna, Kan., to fill the vacancy created by the retirement of FatthervJonn Williams Rev. JlplsB.pp.le is at the present assistant vicar "at tho :atherdal in Sallna. He is a graduate of Yale and of St. John's colle'go at Ox ford, England. Three Hundred-Are Expected to Be in EuntoSiouiGity The latest estimate is that 300 Omaha pcoplo will mako the automobllo run to Sioux City for tho automobile races on the Fourth of July. They arc to start July 3, In time to stop at Tekamah for tho horso races at that place on the third. As (he schedule now stands tho party is to reacli Tekamah at 1M5 in tho afternoon of July 3, and is to Btay there until 3:15 in the afternoon. HOMESICK FOB OLD COUNTRY EKLUND COMMITS SUICIDE BOONE, la., Juno 13. (Special Tele grom.) Helmer Eklund, threo months from Sweden, hune himself in tho yard of hla rooming place. His body was found by a neighbor girl In the morning. Home sickness was given as the cause of the suicide. TEACHER IS BURNED TO N DEATH AT PITTSBURG, KAN. PITTSBURGH. Kan., Juno 29.-P.ex R. Tanner, principal of the high school at (Well Kan., was killed and four other men received slight injuries as ft result of a fire that destroyed the main build ing of the Pittsburgh State Normal school here today. The Weather For Omaha. Council Bluffs and Vicinity -Fair; not much change in temperature. Hours. Ves. Nr. a. m t3 Ca.m....... ) lnJ.) I 7 a. m. Ki On vt fi7 crs Via r m. M . m U a. m.. 72 12 m 74 1 r m - 7K A 2 n. m 77 r 4 p. m ) 7-i Op- m so E 1 8 p. ra 7(i Comparative Local Ilecord. 1914. 1913. 1913. 1911. Highest yesterday 80 44 98 101 Lowest yesterday ...... 60 76 72 76 Mean temperature 70 f5 84 f& Precipitation i 00 .00 T .00 Temperature and precipitation depar tures from tho normal: Normal temperature 75 Deficiency for the day , 5 Total excess since March 1...., 267 Normal precipitation ic inch Deficiency for the day 16 Inch Total rainfall since March 1..., IS. eu inches Deficiency since March 1 3) inch Deficiency for cor. period, 1913. .24 inch Deficiency for cor. period, 19U. 5.60 inches Ilvports from Stations at 7 P. M. Station and Bute Temp, High- Rain. of Weather. 7 p. m. eat. fall. Cheyenne, clear 78 78 .00 Davenport, clear 72 74 .no Denver, clear 88 ss on Tea Moines, clear Tft 78 'jo Lander, celar 74 M .09 Omaha, clear ,78 K .00 Pueblo, nt. cloudy 78 S2 .00 Rapid City, rain 72 SO .01 Salt Lake City, clear 10 SO .00 ttuita irt, ciouay w t I V 3 fencrtaan. ciouay...,,, en ,8 T flour City, clear , SO 80 .Oil Valentine, clear 78 so .00 X Indicates trace of precipitation. U A. - EL8H, Local Forecaster. PIERCE AFTER MEXICAN LINES American Oil Magnate Plans Fall Reorganizing Northern System. PLAYS AGAINST THE BRITISH Lord Cowdrny of London llncrtn Knd of the for Profit Den Conapl (Copyright. 1914 York Herald company- reserved.) NEW Y 29. (Special Telegram) ' currents and croes-j uuiruuia uiui wuru nurnvu iu iiiu vlJ t motion of a revolution, and are now working to tho detriment of media tion, all have tho same source. These things are known and under stood here." Niagara Falls (Onta rio) dispatch to the New York Herald, published June 11, 1914. Readers of Sunday's New York Herald and. Omaha Bee, who were given an insight into the peculiar and highly significant activities of the American end of tho revolution ary propaganda in relation to Mexico, will doubtlessly bo greatly interested In the revelation that the same forces that have been engaged in the formulation of a railway program J for the Mexican DeoDle have been ' tA . .v, .,.. f 1 aiation. documentary evidence puunsnea Sunday clearly indicates the Intimate relationship between Captain Sher burne G. Hopkins consultor legal, as he calls himself, of the constitu tionalist Junta at Washington and Henry Clay Pierce, whose deep in terest in the railways of Mexico Is shown by his conferences with rep resentatives of General Carranza. In other ways attention was drawn to tho fact that tho threo Mexican repre sentatives of General Carranza, who ore understood to have been named as his delegatca to confer with the representa tives of tho Mexican governmont at Niagara Falls, aro tho same three gentle men to whom, according to Captain Hopkins' full reports to General Car- ranza, Mr. Pierce had fully outlined a I program for tho reorganization or the northern railways of Mexico, into a sep- arato system, to bo financed by Ameri can capital. According to the same testimony, Mr. Luis Elguero and his associates of tho j delegation representing tho Mexico City government, are charged with being agentB of Lord Cowdray, who Is charac terized by Henry Clay Pierce as "tho actual controller of Mexico outsldo con stitutionalist lines.'' Money Hint PskkpiI. of the revolutionary Junta Is that Joso ! Vasconcelos, ono of General Carranza's representees', received money rrom Henry Clay Pierce. Another interesting disclos ure had to do with the payment of money by Henry Clay Plerco to Captain Sher burne G. Hopkins, "for expenses," ind the correspondence relating thereto. It will havo been noted that in one of tne telegrams relating to this payment, ref erence Js made to tho arrival In Wash ington of Rafael Zubaran, another of General Carranza's lieutenants, who had devoted his attention to tho railway end of the situation and who, also, is un- ' derstood to havo been named by General : Carranza as one ot his delegates at 1 Niagara Falls. The activities of Captain Sherburno G. Hopkins In the role of moulder of Ameri can public opinion havo been briefly al luded to. It is highly significant in this connection to discover that Henry Clay Pierce has been in some degree directing Captain Hopkins concerning his activities In this particular line. In a letter written by Mr. Pierce to Cap- (Contlnued on rage Two.) Awards in Our Grand Prize 1RV Hero are the names of the prize -winners in The Bee's Essay Contest on the subject, "Who is Buffalo Bill!" The writers of the prize essays will receive their awards in person from Buffalo Bill in front of the Bee building at noon todav. FIRST PRIZE: Fifteen dollars; George Hyde, 8010 Durtlette. SECOND PRIZE: Twelve dollars Center. THIRD PRIZE: Seven dollars' Fifty cents (reserved for school children); Molllo Corenmnn, Pacific school, 805 South Seventh. " FOURTH PRIZE: Five dollars (also reserved for school children) ; Gale Rasconibe, Monmouth Park school, 3237 Pratt. NEXT FIFTEEN PRIZES: Two reserved seats to Sells-Floto circus. Carrie Boutelle, The Georgia. W. C. Davis, Menlo, la. F. Donald Nichols, 2558 Fort. Karl Kharas, 2572 Harney. Virginia Lowe, Colonial, Carl A. Mattor, 4002 Y St., South Omaha. Warren Morris, Omaha. Edgar Morsman, 4124 Daenport. r,'EXT TWENTV PRIZES: One reserved seat to circus: James Addison, 2039 North 21st. W. Wallace Allen, Clay Center. Elsie Babcock, 2318 F, So. Omaha. B. A. Baumer, 1136 Park avenue. Cecil W. Berryman, 2126 S. 33d. Ethel BrinJtman, '218 S. 35th ave. Helen Virginia Conway, Twenty third and C, South Onhtha. Edwin Davis, 744 N. Tenth, South Omaha. Ida Flelsher, 2903 Dodge. Elva Hartford, Plattsmoutb. All Omaha unless otherwise stated. iP.ABnM A 1WTQEQ HIS COUNTRYMEN TO LEAYE MEXICO English Minister Urges All British Subjeots Temporarily to Get Out of Republic MUST QUIT CAPITAL AT ONCE Sir Lionel Esneciallv Insists that Women Depart from Hucrta Metropolis, NO DESIRE TO FRIGHTEN COLONY Fuel Used in Operating Trains is Growing Scarcer. FEDERAL TROOPS NEAR REVOLT Iterance Say Ilrnpot'ii Hold on the Situation Wnvrrlnir nml Mnny I'rrdlt't Uprising; In Army -In Week or Ten Dn. MKX1CO CITY, June 29.- In view of the existing conditions In Mexico, fir l.lonal Cardcn, the British minister, to ,,BV advised nil British subjects torn the country. He said porarlly to leave i.im. .110 aitvt mhu v. ..v . i . v, operation of trains was growing more ocute dally and that tho trains probably soon would stop running, which would make difficult the departure of persons In tho Interior. Sir I.lonnl Carden said he believed It to be his duty to urge nil British sub jects to leave thc capital Immediately, nnd ho especially advised that the women be removed. The minister declared he had no desire to frighten the members of the British colony, lie said he had not ordered them to go, sue a course only being advised. SOU Ilrltonn HcKlatered Eight hundred British subjects aro registered at the- legation as now resid ing in Mexico City. It Is the minister's Plan to get a "sufficient! number of these to sign an agreement to leave tho capital so that they can obtain a special train fr0m the Mexican government to take them to Puerto, Mexico, and also secure a transport to convey tho passengers to Jamaica, where they could remain until tho colse of the resent Mexican trouble. Britishers lacking funds to enable- them to get out of the country will be fur- nlshed with money by the legation as a, loan, notes being taken for the amount. Tho legation was crowded with British subjects today nnd a meeting of thc mem bers of the British colony was called for this afternoon with thc object of making tho necessary arrangements for those who decided to depart - the spread of disaffection among the Mexican federal troops might result In an uprising in Mexico City caused tho British residents to hold a meeting cn Saturday night to arrange plans for tho defense of the concentration district. British refugees who arrrlved here to day and who had attended tho moot ing said the general opinion expressed there was that provisional President 'Htierta's' hold on tho situation in the capital was wavering and many pre dicted an uprising or a revolt In the federal army In a week or ten days, mc ot 11,0 refugees declared the federal defeat at Zacatecas to be partially due to thc revolt of G.OOO federal soldiers under the command of General Medina Barron. These men aro said to havo fired on their own comrades. The situation at the front is declared so desperate that General Hucrta Is ald to have ordered General Joaquin Maac, who Is a son of his brothcr-ln-law, to come Into tho capital instead of return ing to take the command at ' Querctaro, (Continued on Page Two.) Buffalo Bill Essay Contest Fifty cents; Ruby Kllngbcll, B232 Delia McMullen, 1108 South Sixth, Council Bluffs. Margaret McNulty, 1102 South Thirty-first. South Omaha. Charles Patton, Falrmount. G. V. Summitt, 6363 N. 30th. Joe Van Cleve, Tekamah. Mildred C. White, 5004 Chicago. Sarah K, White, Papilllon. Ralph Kharas, 2572 Harney. Glenn F. Miller, 2314 K, South Omaha, Anna Payne, 2310 W. Broadway, Council Blurts. Clyde Rentfrow, 522 S. Tenth. Will Sprlck, Herman. Mary Stejskal, Omnha; L. J. Stejskal, South Omaha. Ralph E. Svoboda,' 824" So. 35th. II. P. Van Arsdale, Omaha. Allfrce Weir, 3 412 Dodge. Drawn for The Bee by Powell MEDIATION KNEAR FAILURE Diplomats Will Take Recess Unless They Hear from Carranza. VILLA RETURNS TO T0RRE0K Uenernl Cunirji to Flml Out Why lie la Denied Ammunition Carrnncn anil lltirrtn Am Sor NeKotliitliiK. r WA8H1NGT0N, Junu rj.Ie)lto con- tfnUc'd expressions ot hoye that tho plana for Mexican mediation." will not rail, con siderable apprehension 'was shown, today In official quarters. Considerable significance was attached to tho fact that the mediation conference plans to take a recess unless there Is come definite assurance from Cananza by tomorrow that his agents will meet the Hucrta delegates and representatives of tho United States on plans tor a pro visional government outlined In the re cent protocol. Carranza's latest reply to tho mediators asking for time to consult his gonernls who participated in the plans of Guada lupe before agreeing to enter the proposed peace conference was said hero not to have reached tho mediators, but that It propably would get to Niagara Falls by tomorrow morning. Luis Cabrera, one of Carranza's agents here, said today he believed the general would yield to the wishes of the United States and the Invitation of tho mediators after he had consulted with his chiefs. Continued reports of the widening of the breach between Villa nnd Carranza, however, have served to disturb officials here. Alfredo Breceda, personal repre sentative of Carranza here, after a con ference today with Cabrera sent a tele gram to the chief asking for definite word about the mediation conference as soon as possible. Villa netnrns o Torrenn. PASO, Tex., June 29. Lack of am munition has blocked General Villa's march toward Mexico City. Villa, trosh from his victory last week at Zacatecas, has returned to Torrcon, bringing Ills en tire army with him. The relations of tho northern zona com mander with General Cnrranza, in tho opinion of agents hero today, unquestion ably caused' the abandonment of tho cam paign. The much discussed Carranza Villa estrangement has reached a break ing point, they asserted, in that the con stitutionalist commander-in-chief has de clined to allow Villa to Import cartridges for his men and shells for his artillery through the port of Tamplco. This port now Is the only entryway for munitions which the revolutionists may use, as tho border still Is closed to them by the em bargo of the United States border patrol. At Zacatecas Villa shot away practically all the cargo of the Antllla. which landed at Tamplco, according to his representa tives here. Carranza men, however, de clare that Villa did not get the Antllla ammunition, which they declare Is still In Monterey. News of Villa's return north yesterday was received today as ominous by both factions here. . Carrama nnd Unerla Negotiate. VERA CRUZ. June !8.-Wecret peace negotiations between Genres ' Carranza and General Huerta havo been in progress (Continued on Page Two.) The National Capital Monday June 2U, 1014. The Senate. Met at noon. Debate was resumed on the river and harbor appropriation bill. The llonse, Met at noon. Under suspension of the rules mis cellaneous bills wrre considered. The I. ever bill for regulation in trad ing In cotton futures was brought up for aeoaie. Assassination Sir Edward Grey Praises Wilson's . Panama Policy LONDON, June 2U.-Slr Kdwnrd Orcy, tho British foreign secretary, In a speech In tho lloiiso of Commons today highly complimented Prcsldont Wilson nnd tho motives underlying his action In pressing tho rnpeal of tho Panama cnnal tolls ex emption bill. . Thoforqlgn secretary rcniafKeif Chn't w.hlla'V' Wttlcmcnt 'hud b'cen reuehctj) it had nut been entirely free from misrepre sentation which might have In It tho seed of future mischief. Ho added t "1 suggest that President "Wilson should clear away this misrepresentation. It was said the agreement was the result of bargaining or diplomatic pressure. Mnco President Wilson caino Into office no cor respondent has passed, nnd It ought to bo realized In tho United Htntcs that any lino President Wilson has taken wk not because It was our line, hut his own. "Prctddent AVIlson's attitude, was not tho result of any diplomatic communica tion slnco ho has come Into power, and It must have been the result of papers already published to nil tho world, "It has not been done to plraso us or in the Interests of our relations, but I belleVo from a much greater motlvo tho feeling that a government which Is to use Its Influence among tho nations to make relations better must never, when the occasion arises, flinch or quail from Interpreting treaty rights In a strictly fair spirit." Munday Says His Family Has Million in Suspended Bank t CHICAGO, June 29,-Charlcs I). Mun day, vice president of the La Salle Street Trust apd Savings bank, which Is In tho hands of u receiver', declared today mem bers of his family had more than 11,000,000 on deposit when the bank closed. He said It was absurd for anyone to think he had tried to wreck the Institution when his own family's fortunes were Involved.. He said he believed the bank was solvent the day It closed. He denied there had been a split between William Lorlmer nnd hlmslf. Official nnuouaconiont of tho bank's condition, as reported by Daniel V. Har kln, exomlner to tho tate auditor, was made today. Notes due tho bank to tho aggregate of 1,,0S1 wero branded as "desperate and of no value." Notes for S7C3.6S7 were csIed slow and doubtful," while the "gopd" uggregoto 781,3i5. These Items alone Indicated a failure for ap proximately 12,600.000. Fifty Thousand Dollar Fire in New Haven, Conn, NKW HAVK.V, Conn., June 9.-New Haven had a fire scare early today when a dangerous blazo broko out in tho Clobe building in the heart of tho shopping dis trict, causing nn estimated loss of $M,000 before the firemen got it under control, A dozen stores were flooded with water. TWENTY-ONE MEN HURT BY EXPLOSION IN TUNNEL , MILWAUKIiB. Wis., Juno .-Twcnty-one out of twenty-flvo workmen laboring on a new Intake water tunnel 2,0X feet from shore under Iake Michigan were hurt today in an explosion that was caused when an accumulation of gas was ignited by a match struck by a .arelrss worker, neports from tho hospital where the Injured men were taken were that all would recover, I HANSEN AGAINA FUGITIVE Docs Not Take Advantage of Time Extension on Jtia Bond, PIOKARD HEARING NEXT WEEK Commissioner I.jnrli Xnym Himikcii Did . Nut llnre In Come Uncle ijd the A'cna Did Not Dure Let lllm. "Trtlu mure T. O, Hanson, Burns detec wantt-d here for attenMU,luHUt'a:,,rr'1' WM standing .on tho foot- k. , .,,,. ,,; 'Jft34wnrt of th car acting ns a shield to tive nnd ivsuni'ii ii. ii Luiiiitkiiuii lien v Omaha Daily News' plot to i'Jdb" city and county officials, Is ix fllttltlyo front justice. Word was received hero that Hansen had not taken advantage at the time extension on his 5,000 bond and that It was placed In tho hands ot tho C6oU county attorney for collection. Kor tho bond of $5,000 put up by tho Uilrns agency reimbursement Is to bo mado by tho Omuha Dally Nuws company, it Is said. If It In paid. Hansen was arrested a uioiith ago In Chicago charged with attempting tn bribe City Holler Inspector Wolfo here, and after being released until tho data sot for hearing Bklppcd out. Later his at torney said that It tho bond was rein stated Hansen would give himself up to tho officials here. In the meantime I'rank i'lckuru", an other Hums detective, was arrested In Kunsas City on a slmllnr charge brought by County Commissioner John Lynch. Fearing that' his client and employers would not tako caro of his Interests as they should .Plckard announced that ho would make his own fight to clear him self and would base his dofenso on the truth, nnd only tho truth. Plckard will havo his preliminary ex- amlnallon hero next week boforo Justice Brltt. Tho local police say that Hansen Is be ing kept out of the way by the Hums do tectlvcs and tho News people They ex press confidence that sooner or later they will havo hhp here. "Hansen dd not dare coino hack here, umt the News dared not let him' conic," declared Commissioner Lynch. "With Plckard telling the truth about the af fair, too much inside stuff would be brought oUt for the comfort pt tho direc tors of the yellow Journal." Williams Refuses to Deny Report He is to Resign Office ATHKNH, June 29. George Fred Wil liams, United .States minister to Greece, today refdsod to give any Information regarding tho published report that he had sent his resignation to Washington In connection with his reported activities In Alhuula. WASHINGTON, Juno 29.-aeorge Fred Williams, American minister to Greece, cabled the .State department today ho was forwarding by mail tho full text of his statement on the Albanian situation which was recently reported to have been I of an extremely sensational natuie. Offi cials hero declined to mako any comment on tho affair. PLANT OF AMB0Y MILLING COMPANY DESTROYED BY FIRE UHD CLOl , Sen., June Kt.-fSpei-lul TcU'gram.)-An old himl mark. rnmliUr and serviceable, a light to the ploneerx ! of the nepubllcaii valley, was removed ' when tho propoity of tho Amboy Milling ' company of Amboy, Neb., was destroyed ' by rite nml lightning Sunday night. Fiom n mall beginning in uurly days tho property was graduully onlarged and Im proved to imot the demands of the cot.. inunlty until It icpresnnt-d u- Imejr meat of about fd.XK) which wo a total loss Thrrc wrs no 1 .. uiancc 0:1 bmV! 11 -or ivntrnt. MARTIAL LAW IS PROCLAIMED IN CENTRAL BOSNIA City and District in Which Arch duke Francis Ferdinand Was Killed Under Military Rule. BODIES ARE LYING IN STATB Corpses of Murdered Heir to Dual Throne and Consort in the i Palace Chapel. ' CRIME IS CAREFULLY PLANNED Shots Fired Past Special Bodyguard) on Step of Car. PLOT HATCHED IN BELGRADE Instead of I.rrnln Tension He tnrrn Austria mid Hr.rvln Crime I CnnsInK .Nevr ItrprUnU 1 Aanlnst the Serbs. BAOAYKVO. Ilosnln. Juno .-Martlat law was proclaimed today, both In tho city and. district of Ssrayevo In con sequence of the assassination yesterday of Archduke Francis Ferdinand and tho duchess of Hohenborg. A bomb thrown by a youth standing on the' corner ot thc main street ot the HosJ nlan capital, was the signal this morning for a serious anti-Servian outbreak which the troops found considerable dltfU culty In quelling. The only damage done by the bomb was a slight, Injury to a passing MussuN man, but tho rougher element seized oil tho incident an a nexcuse to start a demonstration. They were Jointed by a number of Crda tlan students, and tho crowd pasted alpnd tho streets stoning the windows of SerJ vlan shops, clubs and schools and houses! and looting tho Interiors. The innnlfcstants paraded the street with a portrait of ISmpcror Francis J04 seph ut their head. They sang thc Aus trlan national anthem and attacked everything Servian until they were con fronted by overwhelming troops. Martial taw was proclaimed by beat o drum nnd the posting of placards. AU the chief points ot the city were im mediately occupied by troops. llodlPH In Pnluce Clinpcl. Death masks of tho archduke and tha duchess were taken today and the bodies placed on a catalfaquo In the chapel oC the palace and surrounded by a mag nlflccnt display of wrcnths and other floral emblems from all parts of tho country. According to the semi-official redort o( tho tragedy, when fJalvlro Prlmlp, the youna Assassin, fired tho ratal shots, Field Marshal Oskar Potlorek, governor of Hosnta, was eatcd Jn tho archdukt's motor caCi,,..Count . Krancla I l . . the occupant df whom ho constituted himself tho special bodyguard after tho bomb had boon thrown a short time be fore by Nedcljo Oabrlnovlcs. Jnklnnr Wlirn Miot, The archduke was joking with the) count about hla precautions when the re ports of several shots rang out. The aim of tho assatsln was so true that each oi the bullets Inflicted n mortal wound. For an Instant after the nttack Flepf Marshal Potlorek thought the archduki and the duchess seated opposite him had again escaped. Neither tho archduke nor tho duchesd uttered a sound, hut a mo ment afterward It was seen they )iad been hit. Lieutenant Colonol l'rlk Mcrlzzl, who had been wounded by the bomb In thu first attack, was today pronounced out of danger, while tho Injury sustained by Count von Boos-Wnldeck Is said to bo Insignificant. Tho Croataln students hero today mad; several attempts, to punlsli the Serbs, but tho troops were called in and maintained order. Oabrlnovlcs, it was learned today, had, been expelled from Sarayeva two years ago, but had been recently permitted to return through the Intervention of a so cialist member ot the Bosnian Diet, Some Servian students here, when they heard the news ot the assassination, shouted: "Thank God, we need not do It ourselves," They wero arrested as ac complices of tho assassins. Crime Carefully Planned. LONpON, June 29.Kvory dispatch to day fropi Barayovoa and Vienna brought j additional evidence that the assassination of Archduke Francis Fetdlnand and tha duchess of llohenberg was one ot tha most carefully planned crimes ever car ried out against royalty. Indications from the source of ,th tragedy show that it was engineered by persons possessing more mature organlz Ing ability than that of the youthful as. sasslns. It Is generally thought In Austrll and Hungary that the plotters had thelj headquarters In Belgrade, the Servlai capital.' Bervlan hatred of Austrians, which al ways has been violent, has been fomented by the newspapers In Belgrade and by agitators through Servla and Bosnia who have helped to Inflame the minds of tha students and to Induce them to saorlltca (Continued on Page .Two.) A Merchant's Slogan "Don't stare up the steps. STRP UP THIS STAIRS" reads tho slogan of a live wire merchant. The dealer who backs up na tionally made goods advertised In his own newspapers, is say ing to tho people "Step up my stairs." He is Identifying his store ir. the public mind as one where good things are kept. Peoplo will unconsciously link the personality of the store to the goods they gee ad vertised. The manufacturer's newspa per advertising will send peo plo to thb stores of the mer chants who are alert enough to help draw it tholr way. Tho Unking of tho mer chant's pull with 1 ho manufac turer's pi ih bilfiG ' :r.;:s n 1 nroi nc.