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HIE BEE: OMAILA, SATURDAY, MAY 22, 1915.
OMAHA POLICE FORCE ON THE DAY OF THE ANNUAL INSPECTION Upper picture showi the entire Omaha police department on the steps
at the central police station. Lower pictures shows the motorcycle squadron of the Omaha police.
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IRISH CHIEF WON'T
Redmond Exported to Have Refined
, to Enter Beorganited Non
BELIEF FOR EARL KITCHENER
LONDON, May il.The national
government, which Is to golde the
British empire for the duration of
the war, Is now In process of for
mation. The leaders of the political
parties were In conference through
out the day, arranging detail.
. No statement has been made ai
to the personnel of the new ministry,
eicept that premier Asqulth and
Foreign Secretary Grey will remain
in the pot which they now hold.
Thus far, all the statement an to tha
allotment of officer have been based
largely on surmise.
Inmf Cprl -h.
' It appears certain, however, that there
will be a new civil heed of the admiralty
enu war offee. respectively, ar.d ioslbly
changes In the professional heads as wall
or at any rate, a readjustment of. the
Kail Kitchener, the secretary of w.a,
It Is generally screed has too much to
do In the direction of the war,, raising
new armies and the organisation of the
output of munitions, and some ef these
tulles will be shifted to other shoulders.
Chancellor Lloyd Oeorce end Andrew
J toner U. lcaler of the apposition are
about equally favored for civil head of
the war office, and A. 3. Balfour is men
tioned for a similar position In the ad
miralty. In the latter caae, there Is some
daubt as to whether Mr. Balfour would
consent to accept this position.
However, there Is to be a complete
cbance In the whole government Includ
ing not only the cabinet, but the under
secretaryships as well as the posts, will
be distributed amonc the liberals, union
ists, and laborlties according- to their
atrength in the house.
Irish Stand Aetile.
The nationalists. It Is understood, have
definitely doclded to stand aside. T. P.
O'Connor, in one article ef his weekly
newspaper, says that the John Redmond,
the nationalist leader, respectfully re
fused the offer of a seat In the cabinet
"I have no deubt he felt that such a
refusal was Imposed upon htm by the
conditions of Irish public life. The Irian jby , denunciation from the bench of a
party has a tone unbroken tradition Be
hind It of single-minded and self-sacrificing
devotion to the cause of Ireland,
and probably many of Mr. Redmond's
countrymen might think he would have
broken that tradition or he would at
least be charged with breaking It were
he to take any office until home rule has
It has boen suggested that the oppor
tunity Is a cood one te Include represen
tatives of the Dominion la the govern
ment, hut as this would Involve a very
great rhang It Is not likely to be -considered.
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HAYE HOT TIME AT
THE RIGGS TRIAL
Judge Rebuke Lawyer Who Threat
' em to Leare Cue and Then
Calls Foe Militate..
COURT PEEVED OYER A REPORT
. . WASH INQ TON , May 21.Argu
ment became contentious and bitter
today In the rase of tha Rlggs bank
against the - secretary of tha treasury,
th comptroller of the currency and
tha treasurer as former Senator
Bailey presented to Justice McCoy
the bank's opposition to the motion
to. dismiss the temporary Injunction
granted 'against ' the treasury offi
cials, .i '!
Mr. Dailey's argument began with a
claah between himself snd Justice Mo
Coy, which led to the lawyer's threaten
ing to withdraw from the case after a
rebuke from the bench. '
litiro'vra lime Warm.
Later, as Mr. Halley continued, he was
GERMANS TAKEPORT OF RIGA
Dispatch to London Daily News from
Copenhagen Says Great City of
Czar is Captured.
TEUTON READY FOR NEW FOES
- LONDON, May 21. A dispatch to
the Dally News from Copenhagen
"It la stated that the Germans
have captured Riga, on the Gulf of
Riga, In northwestern Russia.
"A private dispatch reports a big
naval battle Jn the Baltic"
Read Rattle Port.
Riga is Russia's principal port on
the Baltic aside from Petrograd. The
torn lies at the head of the Gulf of
Riga, 812 miles southwest of Petro
grad. It is an Important industrial
and commercial center,' its Industrie
being the manufacture of machinery,
railroad cars and to"bacco. It has a
population of about 300,000. -many
of whom before the war were Germans.
Interrupted time after time by ftamuol I Beally Vote for Wir
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ants, who dlnputed his Interpretation of maintain Its neutrality waa abandoned
the facts.; The Interruption of several tlila evening when ths Italian chamber
cases precipitated rather heavy heated I conferred upon the government eatraorw
Before the arcument started ths at
mosphere had been charged with tmslpn
newspapsr report, of yesterday's proceed
Incs, which Justice McCoy characterised
ae Incorrect and "deliberate If not ma
Mr. Bailey, after declaring that Mr.
t'nt. rmyir ycsturcTay had mlSBtated "prao
tleally every fart Involved In the case,"
proceeded to reply In detail to Mr. l.'n
termyer's argument. lis occupied ths
entire dsy In his discussion, and will
conclude his argument on the law of
Ithe case tomorrow.
Justice MoC'oy let tt be known during
the day that he probably would take the
case under advisement for some time.
To American Note
WAHIIINOTON. Msy H.-Oenneny's
reply te the American note, sent a week
age todsy, ss a coneequence of the Iual
taiila tragedy and other violations of
rights ta the war sone, la alraoet com
plete, according to advteee which have
reached here through diplomatic chaa
nel. The return of Emperor William from
the eatm front is said to be awaited
by the Impertod chancellor and tbe min
ister ef foreign affairs, before the docu
ment Is ' put Into final form' for pre
sentatioa to Ambassador Oerard. It may
teach here neat Tuesday or Wednesday.
Ths laeuanre today by the British for
eign office of aa explanation of the de
tentions of Ainertcaa cargoes was re
ceived with mm-a Interest 1a official
juartere, but without comment. ,Wblle
the memorandum explains some of the
points taken up ta a note under prepara
tion to be seat to Great Britain, It was
e14 by some official that the United
Htates bad not yea obtained a aatisfao
tory explanation of Its original Inejniry
with resfeat te England's right to heJt
any cargoes of aoneontrahs aa. Including
cotton, consigned to neutral ports, which
cannot be blockaded under lc tarnation al
Neither tha State department or the
Oermaa or Austrian embassies bad any
positive information as to the tone or
tharacaer of the German reply te the
Trial of Charlton
Fixed for July Eighth
YMO. Italy. Vay H. Vla rrts. May
i Ths trial ef Porter Chart too, the
Amerigo who Is charged wtth having
:nun)ered bis wife and cast, her body
adrift in Iaks fomo la a trunk, bas been
To Collect Slavs
By the Thousands
VIENNA. Austria. (Via London) May
a. In an official statement Issued by the
Austrian war department today the an
nouncement was made that CMM mora
Russian prisoners were captured yester
day la battles along the upper Dnelster
liver in Gallcla.
The text of the statement folio
'To the east of Jaroslau and
Btenlawe (In oeutral Qallrla) strong Rue
slsa attacks were repulsed with severe
lueses te the enemy.
"The allied Oermantc troops art gaining
ground In the eaat and -southeast of
Galicla. We captured aa additional l.too
prisoners In battles along ths upper
Dnelster. In one sector to the north of
Sambor the Russians were drtvea from
their mala defensive positions.
"Ws stormed a village sis mllse south
west of Moeviska.
"Along the Prut line the situation Is
"In a brief counter attack te the north
ef Koiomea. we eaptured L0S prisoners."
All Aliens in Italy
Ordered to Register
ROME. May 3 -(Vla Paris. May -
A rejral decree Issued this evening pro
vides that all foreigners In Italy must
register with the police within three days
from today. Failure to meet the require
meats of the decree will be punished by
arrest sad fine.
ITALIANS SEIZE GERMAN
SHIP LOADED WITH RICE
PARIS. May U -A Haves dlepatch from
Rome says the Naples customs authori
ties have eelsed a atsamsMp carsro of
dlnary powers in the event of the out
break of, war.
Thl Is considered a vote in favor of
war, for which the government has made
ail preparations and the prospects of
v.l Ich have aroused the greatest entnusl
asm throughout Italy. The German and
Austrian ambaaaadors were still In Boms
tonight, but. according to dispatches
from Berlin, their one care now Is to ar
range for the safety of their nationals
remaining In Italy.
A formal declaration "of war. or per
haps action without a formal declaration.
Is expected momentarily. At any rate,
all preparations for naval and military
action have been made on both sides,
and It is quite possible that while the
Italian premier, Bignor Salandra. was ex
plaining to the chamber and the world
the policy of his government the troops
on the frontier and the navies In ths
Adriatic had anticipated diplomat lo
- Italy, naturally will have to look first
to , its ' frontier, but It Is) expected that
Its entranoe into the war will compel
Austria, and perhaps Germany also, to
withdraw some? troops from the Russian
frontier, where they are hammering at
the Russian lines particularly to the
northwest and south of Prsemyst, In
This hammering,' according to the Aus
trianand German reports. Is having its
effect, for they claim that the Russians
are being driven back from the liver Ban
In the region of Jaroslau and that the
circle around Prsemyst Is tightening.
At other parts of the front the Russians
appear to be withstanding the attacks and
In the Opatow region in aouthern Poland,
they have themselves taken the offensive.
This, however, will be useless to them
unless they can prevent the Austrians
and Germans from making a further ad
vance In Oallds, '
In Peace Oratorical
Contest at Mohonk
MOHONK LAKn, N. T.. May
Orators from ths Atlantic seaboard won
first and second prises tonight In the
ninth national contest of the Intercol
legiate Peace association. There were
six conteetants,- representing every sec
tion of tbe country and chosen by three
elimination contests, held suooesalvely la
college, state and group ef states. Their
orations were Judged the best of about
MO orators representing twenty-four
The final prises, awarded tonight after
a speaking contest before tha members
of the conference on international arbi
tration, were distributed as follows:
First: 1100. Frederick W. Wennerberg.
Boston college, r presenting tha North
Second: ISO, Wllford Booher, TTnlvei
sity of West Virginia, representing the
South Atlantic group.
Third: 170, N. Earle Plnney, University
of Michigan, representing the centnU
Fourth: . Roy Painter, Washburn
college (Topeke), representing the west
Fifth: ISO. W. W. Isles, University of
Oklahoma, representing the southwest
Ftxth: MO, Clareneo J. ' Toung. ' Reed
college (Portland,' Ore.), representing? the
Psclfle coast group..
Movememts off Oeesus Steamers.'
,r. M TJstae,
. D. D. Abreast.
Civs Ycsr Children Mett (o
llcimlt Quantities .
Serve Cthtr Rutri- ,
Children should be given meat only la
moderate quantlttee. In the first place.
It In overheating when eaten to exceae,
it taxes tne digestion very eeeerely and.
from an economic standpoint, there are
many other foodstuffs that are Just as
Writing on spaghetti and allied prod
ucts, Ir. Hutchison, one of the world's
foremost dietitians, saye that "they cjre
abaorbed akmoat In their entirety."
- This means that practically every
morsel of Faust Spaghetti 'Which is
made from Durum wheat, a cereal ex
tremely rich In g!uten--goea to enrich
the blood and build up the body.- Faust
Fpaghetii la very easy to digest and
easy to. prepare. And the many ways it
can be prepared to tease . the palate Is
truly surprising. Large packaee lOo.
Berve It often, especially to the children.
maull, nnos. .
8C Louis, U.S. A.
9 ITS oh SALE OT 8 BBflY
88 -THflH MflUF IBI6E
No other store in Omaha can offer you such inducements. Prices
have reached their lowest level, and our easy terms of payment are ex-'
tended just as cordially as if you were paying the regular prices.
Choose from our entire stock of ladles'
Suits that formerly sold as high as 22.
sHturuay. at, oniy .
Your choice of all onr Ladles' Butts
that formerly sold as high as $30 and
14 5.00, In all sites. Saturday, at, only
A Pretty Gold Decorated, 31-Piece Lunch Set Given
Absolutely FREE Saturday to Every Purchaser of a Suit
Values Bp To $25 (V? f?a
On t&9 Sitarday, Of .iHD)'
New Summer Waists, SS up. Idlee Pimps, 93.00 up
Silk IH-cssra, worth 925, at 90J10. Girls' Ureases, from M np
IavHee Hats, worth to fo, at lMc to 92.9 New Taffeta Skirts, 90.00
All the popu
with the va
rtous styles of
brl'n up from
Saturday Men's Quit Special
for a leader Saturday we offer 17S
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rut In the newest eprlng styles, snd
guaranteed to give sstUf action. This
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cUturdey on credit, at ouly
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Extra Special Values
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reinred when sick or out of work.
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heavy two-Inch posts and ten fillers, finished In satin. Fprlnr in an all
angle iron rrame, neary woven wire top, copper con supports in me cen
ter. - aiattrese is maae or sanitary rmre witn sort cotton
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M in in c,n"
Solid Oak Dresser
A NEAT DESION IN A WEU
constructed Bolid Oak Dresser, has
three roomy drawers fitted with
wood pulls. The mirror le pattern
shaped. French beveled plate, eet In
artistically turned stannaxaa.
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Aiir crlne . .
7 BO OAgtSr, TM A KOSTK
able Dress Form
THE OVL.T DRBfl8 FORM
ON TtVB MARK 1ST - THAT
will positively reproduce any
form. Will . Instantly dupli
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Just the thing for fining over
old dreeeea. Very easily ad-
morrow st only. . ee
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In addition te the many wonderful
b st rains offered for tomorrowe sell
ing, we give away absolutely free of
chars, this beautiful 41-plece gold
decorated dinner set with every pur
chase of 1(0 or ever, cesit or credit.
8 Specials in Our
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JIMP tI TTfT' l"
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A HIGH BACKET COWFORTABL.B
Porch or Bun room Bocker. Frame
constructed of hard wood, finished
froldsn. Has doubls cane seat, atout
y reinforced. A serviceable rocker
for outdoor or In
door use. Specially
A IITOH QRADB! WILLOW ROCK
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room or porches. Finely finished in
Dsroniai brown. In high ends tm-
baronial brown. In hlgl
Crted reed. Well made
ana exceedingly com
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VUS OUR LAUGH BB
LECTION ef roomy
Porch Swings, mads of
solid oak with alat and
(Panel bacits, finished In
bt r 1 y English, aru
strongly bolted and made
with heavy top nd bot
tbm rail. They are equip
ped with galvanised
chains and calling hoog
suid meaaure Itaches
priced up from
A LATE MODEL COLLAPSIBLE
OO-CART. mads with ateel frame,
adjustable back and dash. Large
hood, 1 0-Inch wheale and heavy rub
ber tires, raids com
pletely with one mo
tion. Our low price only.
WHTTE ENAMEL LINED REFRia
KRATOR, OF MODERATE SIZE.
Full paneled and beavlly limulated.
Roomy provision chamber, fitted
witn one shelf, 16 lb.
Ice rapacity. A big
look Them Over and Note the
A fine 6s Brussels Rug 6R OR
at onlir UiU
A remarkable value in en
-IxlO-t brussels J9t5
Splendidly woven hlrh pi
Heavy Monarch Brussels
ftua. else sal! ft., orlsn-
tal or floral deelsn
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I.4O0 tous of rics cvaslgaed ta Germany
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