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T1IE IJKE: OMAHA, TUESDAY, DECKMDEU 7, 11)15.
FRANCE WILL FIGHT
WAR T0THE END
Cabinet Minister Baya Loit Prorincei
Mmt Be Bestored and Prussian
Military KiUed and Buried.
PRICE BIO, BUT WILL BE PAH)
PARTS. Dec. 6. (1 a, m.)
France will sot make peace until Al
ss.ce and Lorraine are won, Belgium
and Serbia restored and "German Im
perial Ipm and Prussian militarism are
pnt beyond the possibility of resur
rection," Albert Thomaa. under sec
retarjr of war, aald yesterday. The
declaration of M. Thomaa ia attract
ing widespread attention, as It la one
o the first statements from a respon
sible cabinet official concerning the
attitude of the government In regard
The statements of M. Thnmis were
triad In n tiillrHi to a larire crowd as
sembled last evenln In memory of the
tfhi of tha war of 1K70. M. Thomaa
'There will be no peace until our
Alsace and Lorraine ara definitely re
established aa part of the French unity.
"There will be no peace until our un
fortunate brothers of Belclum and Ser
bia are aumirol of recovering their homes
In complete security and Independence.
'There will be no peace until German
Imperialism and Fruaalan militarism la
put beyond the possibility of resurrec
tion. "There will be no peace until a system
Of right, founded upon the victorious
union of the allies, and supported by the
free adherence of neutrals, baa abollahod
forever the violence of war.
"Whatever may be the sacrifices,
Trance, united, will go steadily forward
to accomplish this end. Today, before
the terrible obstacle which confronts
them. Justice and liberty have only one
road that, which our nation In arms
epens to them, with the machine gun and
HOPE TO WOMAN
(Continued from Pajr One.)
that pushes woman suffrage forward,
aid Mlsa Joillffe. "The enfranchised
women of the west are seeking to help
the women of the east rain the ballot
and we earnestly pray for your assist
ance. I have worked earnestlr for you
and the democratic party and this Is the
first thing- I asked In return. The poor
worVlng women of the nation need the
ballot and look to you to assist them.
Give the women their freedom."
Voar Million Woinf Iateraed.
Mrs. Field told the president he had
changed his mind before and (hat the
uffragettea had watched the develop
ment of his mind on the national defense
Issue. Four' million women voters, she
declared, desire the passage of - the
In reply the president said he hoped
be waa a man who kept his mind open
and that he eapeeted to continue to learn
as long ae he lived. He declared be waa
deeply impressed by the showing made
by the women, but that It waa Impossible
for him to take up suffrage In his ad'
dress to congress, because the address
already waa in the bauds of the news
paper lie added that he bad decided to devote
the address to another subject than
woman suffrage. He promised, however,
to confer with the congress leaders to
decide what should be done.
On previous occasions the president bad
flatly opposed a constitutional amend
ment for woman suffrage and his an
nouncement today that he would consider
' the entire question deeply encouraged
After the exchange of speeches the
president shook hands with the women.
SPEAKER OF HOUSE
(Continued from Page One.)
baa attended me all my days here. By
reason of the amasing . growth of our
beloved country end the bewildering 1.
ereaae of business the time la In sight
when the congress will remain practi
cally in perpetual session. I hope this
congress will go into History as a work
Mrw Senators ln In.
The senate floor and gallery presented
the usual scene.
James W. Baker, the secretary, called
the session to order and the chaplain
prayed for divine guidance for the preser
vation of peace at home and lis resoira
Trtrty-two newly-elected senators than
were sworn In. Each waa escorted by his
After swearing In the new members the
senate recessed until S o'clock.
Miar Bills Iatro4aeel In lioaee.
In the house meanwhile bills and reso
lutions were pouring Into the- hopper at
the clerk's desk. National defensive
, measures predominated and there were
many pivposala for various investiga
tions. There were many bills tor rural
credits, rlvtr and harbor Improvements,
extension of the rural mall service, and a
laiga number of the so-called private
bills. Many will never get further than
the stsge of introduction.
The buelnrss of Introducing bills did
not deter some of the returning old-timers
from holding receptions. Former
tnik(-r Cannon. Representatives Hill.
lfisworth and McKlnley and others, ae
well as the leaders of both parties, were,
tli ct-nU-rs of groups of the latest ar
rivals. Urrolutlons reflecting the views of those
eppowd to the national defense program
aiid piopostng invesllgatlous of organisa
tions which favor military preparedness
rn not lacking. In the lot were resolu
ti m to Investigate the Navy league, the
National Bev-urtly league and the Arueri
can ie(iiie eociety.
To mrr m w4 1m lv
tr.e laxative Brome Quinine Tablets.
lT.-ieUU rvfuud tncuey if It f al s to cure.
K. W. Grove's alg nature la on each box.
t'c.A i lertlacroeot.
Irrlitaliua Law Valid.
v r.-HJNUTOjf, IVc. . The Visa Irri-
- ! . n law au hors!tig any ireon d
.-i :u i iit-r tr Irrigation purpoves to
i i-Aii in cuttuis after coiwhmi-
i .. ! twiivii was ui.h Id as coiielilu
ti M.u! touay t y the supreme court.
V. ". .- I' IN;T S, lr. a. (Special Tele.
jr... 1 1
.NfLtanki I us i'ti griuiieti:Mar-
A . in t.. h ail Held. S.
i .f a - a i uoiuiud rural leiur-
Another "Noble" Peace Prize
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TJTZv oo ni
SHANGHAI REBELS ,
Band of Iniurg-ents Which Seized
Warship Sunday Driven from
Vessel by Other Ships.
ATTACK ON ARSENAL BEPULSED
SHANGHAI, Dec. . Three out
breaks by small banda of rebels
"within the last twenty-four hours
have been put down by the authori
ties, who now apparently have the
situation well la hand. '
The cruiser Chao Ho, Belied yes
terday afternoon by forty men, who
boarded It from a launch, waa aban
doned by tho rebels early today after
It had been ahelled and set on fire.
It waa reported at first that the crew
o the Chao Ho mutinied, but it de-
I eloped today that the bombardment
j by the cruiser of other warships and
the arsenal was carried on under
compulsion from the rebels, who sur
prised and overpowered the crew.
Three men on the cruiser were killed
and five wounded.
An attack from land en the arsenal at
midnight was repulsed quickly after some
The third outbreak occurred at 4 o'olock
this morning. A party of thirty or forty
rebels attacked the Chapel sub-police sta
tion, throwing bombs which killed one
policeman and Injured three. The outlaws
were dispersed by troops.
Although a number of shots from the
warships felt In the foreign settlement,
no damage of Importance was done there.
The rebels were unable to make use of
the heavier guns, as an officer of the
Chao Ho threw overboard the keys to the
magaaines containing the aii-inch and
four-inch shells. His action probably
saved the arsenal and foreign settlement
from aerloua damage. Numerous shots
fell In the foreign concessions, but no
serious barm was done.
TO MEET VIWS
(Continued from Page One.)
be calls the entire absence of necessity
or excuse for an appeal to the people
for the second time in a few months
anilnd the contusion of war.
He declared the Chamber of Deputies
overturned the Greek cabinet not for the
mere pleasure of exerrls ng its opposi
tion and that it would baxe accepted
the new cabinet with the aula exolualou
of the minister, who had Insulted the
chamber, and says:
"In spite ot the affront Intentionally in
fill ted upon the national representation
by the promotion ot that minister to the
highest grsde at the royal court, and lu
spite of his maintenance in the recon
structed ministry, the opposition con
tented itself with declaring that it would
abstain from the sessions.
"The chamber had In view only the de
fense of lis own dignity and had no In
tention ot Interfering with the passage
of urgsnt laws. All these concession
were insufficient to turn the government
from its diK-uton tu dissolve the chamber
and V proceed with the elections while
all the men In the aungJom, who could
be moblllseO, were under arms.
The ancient regime that waa thought
to have been abolished by the revolu
tion of !. came again te We with th
ministry of the momhs of February.
Beaten in the elections this regime con
centrates all lta forces touay In a supremj
effort to suppress the llbert.ee of the
people, because It cannot live otherwise. '
Apartments, rials, vouaea and cottages
can be rented quickly and cheaply by a
bee "Ir'or Kent."
Moteweat. f ea taasere
MauA S3M Arrives Boiue
r!itf Sl. Lamia VualluaS
f'tiarte Johnson, of the firm of New
niaa at Johnaon. bulldma ronlia'.'lore. has
returned I rum a stay of three months ou
tl i'Kt'ific coa,at, where lie visited the
espodtions and speul a plcaaut vacaliou
MAN FOUND DEAD AT
FOOT OFHIGH BANK
Graders Discover Lifeless Body of
Wilhelm Haneisen at Forty-Third
and Dewey Avenue.
WAS SIXTY-THREE TEARS OLD
The body of Wilhelm Hauelsen,
aged 63 years, 2316 Deer Park boule
vard, was found at the foot of a fifteen-foot
embankment at Forty-third
and Dewey avenue yesterday morn
ing. M. Stotts and Frank and OlUe
Green of Florence, who work in a
grading camp near the location, dis
covered the body and notified the
A- blackened eye, bruises on the face,
and blood exuding from the nostrils, led
the police to believe that Hauelsen had
been aaeaulted, but later examination of
tha bank has led to the theory that he
slipped and fell, striking on his head.
Death resulted from concussion of the
brain. The left arm waa broken nea
the shoulder. '
In the clothing of the dead man waa
found a silver watch and a little over a
dollar In change.
His brother. Oust Hauelsen, 29U South
Seventeenth street, says that the dead
man had no enemies that he knew of.
Attended Ualoa Meeting;.
Sunday morning Hauelsen attended a
union meeting at Labor Temple, and late
Sunday afternoon was present at the
German Ringing society gathering, Sev
enteenth and Cass streets, with Fred
He had lived In Omaha for the last
thirty-five years, and for thirty years
haa been employed by the Krug Prcwlae
company. At the time of his death he
waa foreman of the brew house.
He Is susvlved by four children. His
wife died a year ago. Coroner Crosby haa
taken the body and will hold a post-mor.
tern examination. The dead man's hat
was not found near the body, and It ia
the supposition that be wandered over
the embankment some time during the
early evening. His brother asked the po
lice to look for him Sunday night.
Vlalhl Sapply ef Grata.
NEW YORK. Dec. .-fhe visible sun-
ply of grain In the United Stales shows
the rollowlng changes:
Wheal InrreaiHtd l.7S,0o buahela.
W heat In bond Increased I.Mt.UM bushels.
t'orn Increased 17T.0W bushela.
Oats decreased 1.331,000 bushels.
Oris in bond Itu-reiuH'd 41.uuu bushels.
ne Increased '.n.0no buhela.
live increased SMkuuO bushels.
liarley in bund decreased 10U.OOO bushels.
SCALP. AND HAIR
Pimpks Broke Out. Itched.
Hair Near! AQ Came Out
and Was Dead and Still.
! HEALED BY CUHCURA
SOAP AND OINTMENT
"After a long Illness, during which I suf
fered a great deal wUa tay head, my scalp
Would be so sore at ttmea that I could
scarcely endure the weagbt of
my hair. It would Itch until
1 would scratch IV. and soano-
J times pimp would break
us. My habr nearly all came
out and was so dead and stiff
that I oould sut arrange It.
l used salve as a
msnaige. and shampooed with
medicated soaps but could
Sad nothing that would give more thaa tem
porary raUeC 1 saw Cuticura Soap and
Otntusent advertised aad I got some. I
followed directions and was completely
healed, and have not bean bothered since.'
talgnad) Mm. A Lacy, Boa 71, Parkin.
Ara.. lta SO, 191a.
Sample Each Free by Mall
WlLh a-n. Bkia Book ea reoaeat. A4-
j drea post-card Cetevra. Dee. T,
fttid tarougko-jS the wurtd.
BOILERS ON GIANT
Chemicals Pnt in Water Used on
Steamship Minnesota Probable
Reason for Ship's Delay.
WILL BE TOWED TO 'FRISCO
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Dec. .
Chemicals put In the water of the Hill
liner Minnesota's boilers may have
caused the breakdown of the big j
freighter, on lta way 'to this port,
according to information received by
C. W. Wiley, marine superintendent
of the Great Northern Steamship
All sixteen-boilers were put out
of commission by leaky tubes at vari
ous times since the Minnesota left
Soattle November 14 for London with
a cargo of 18,000 tons of foodstuffs.
Five hundred extra tubes were car
ried for replacing any of the 8,600
tubes In the boilers, but the supply
ras been practically exhausted.
"British agents informed the company,"
Mr. Wiley said, "that a water tender
boasted to his wife that the vessel would
not make the voyage. I sent this in
formation to Captain T. W. Garlick by
wireless, but he made no comment on It.
"I know that the breaking of eo many
tubes and of all the collers was not
natural. Chemicals placed in the water
would have caused this, or ashes might
have done It. The report concerning the
water tender accords wltn what happened.
The Minnesota will get back all right, but
It will have to be towed by the steamer
laqua and the tug Dauntless, which ought
to meet it today about 625 miles south of
here. Every boiler haa been repaired,
only to give way again, eo that the ves
sel makes slow time."
The Minnesota will return here, Mr.
Wiley said. Instead of putting Into Ban
Diego, because there are no adequate
facilities there for the proper repairs ot
the vessel. The Minnesota is equipped
with a new type of French boiler, which
has not been entirely satisfactory.
by Cedros Island
SAN DIEOO. Cal.. Dee. (.Unless as
sistance reaches tonight the Great Nor
thern freighter Minnesota, still drifting
helplessly off the lower California coast,
the big vessel will be endangered by
Cedros Island, according to opinions ex
pressed by shipping men here, following
the receipt late today of radio messages
from the steamer.
The last radio message received from
Captain Thomas Garllch of tne Minne
sota, gave her position as about 270
miles south of San Diego, and less than
fifty miles from Cedros Island.
Nothing had toeen heard here from the
radio-equipped steamer Iaqula, which,
with the tug Dauntless, waa expected to
(each the disabled freighter today.
Will Join Ford's
Party in Norway
Krvm Tfmv Dec . There are 179
members In the Ford peace party now
enroute to Norway on the steamship
Oscar XI. according to announcement
made today by the line owning the ves
sel. The namee have not yet been re
ceived here. The line also announced
that reservations havo been made on tne
Frederick VIII. which sails late this
week, for twenty-five persons who Intend
to Join the Ford party in Norway.
Noted German Composer Dead.
niMir tw v.. A i TVMa T .nnd on Ollll-
pcjnuii., . ' . ' - .
..... uniiMwiar MimnMiir of muslo for
LA T .V. ... uv- ,
the violin and piano, la dead. He waa 65
Use The Bee's "Swapper" column.
Are your milk bottles steamed
and sterilised before being
A bottle during Its life may
have been In a dozen different
dairies and a dozen different
homee. With scarlet fever and
other contagious diseases rag
ing, they should be acalded.
You should know whether they
are merely rinsed In luke warm
water by band, or driven
through a boiling bath and live
steam by machlenry.
Have your milkman show you
how he does It. Bee our large
automatic washer and sterilizer
Simple Way To
' There is one sure way that has never
failed te i-eniove dandruff at onoe, and
ih.i ) in rfiunlva It then vnu drllrer It
I ejitlrt-ly. To do this.' Just et about four
ounces) of plain, common liquid arvon
from any drug store (this is all you will
need), apply it sit night when retiring;
I use enough to moisten the acalp and rub
i it in avntly with the finger tips.
1 By morning, most if not all. of your
dandruff will be gone, and three or four
i more applications will ooiupletely dls-
solve and entirely dvstroy every alrutle
algn and trace of it, no matter how much
dandruff you may have.
' You will find all Itching and digging
'of the scalp will atop instantly, and your
hair will be fluffy, lustrous, glossy, silky
, and soft, and luek and feat a hundred
j tunes better. Advertisement.
Wounded Passenger Says He Saw
Periscope at Right and Boat
with Guns on Left of Ship.
CONSUL TALKS WITH INJURED
WASHINGTON, D. C, Dec. 6. 1
The State department received today
a message from Consul Mason at
Tunis giving the substance of an
affidavit Introduced by Gulneppe Tor
r'.teo, an Ancona survivor, to the ef
fect that the Ancona was attacked
simultaneously by two submarines,
one on each side, the one on the port
side shelling it. j
Consul Mason's messages follows: j
"Giuseppe Torlsso states he heard a '
shot while In the dining room, went on
deck and saw the periscope of a sub
marine to the rlpht of the Ancona. He
then heard a shot on the. other side of
the Ancona, crossed the deck and saw
a lnrgo grey submarine with two can-1
nons on deck; did not notice flag. )
"Torlsso was Injured and rendered
insensible by the lifeboat he was In, fall
ing. I have personally seen four persons
who were wounded by the submarines'
shells. The seriously wounded were left
aboard the Ancona." j
A "For Fale" ad will turn second-hand
furniture Into cash.
sYT FOUNTAIN. MOTILS), OH gLSCWHKRS
The Food-Drink for All Ages
RICH Kill. MALT CHAIN OT1ACT. IN rOWDEa
Unloam you say -HORUOCS
you may got a Substitute
Fourth Big Vicek
A CJtK Perform anca Tonight
Crowds at Every Performance,
I. W. Griffith's Mammoth
AC fC A l'eople Saw It the
40,10$ First Three Weeks!
VlUy Mnnday ia the only one who
ever beat this rsoord, and we are
Just getting started.
Mat. Dally, 8:15; Evenings, 8:15
DDIPPe Mats, aso to si.oo
rnlvCd. Evng-s., eoo to a.oo
Today, Wednesday aad Thursday
The missaat Qneea of Session
A Moreen Drama of Biasing Power
"A WOMAN'S PAST"
Mats. Tharsdar, Batnrday all WIEt
THE YANKEE HUSTLES
A rew at BSo. All ate Keserve4
OMAHA'S BEST SHOW BAROAIV
rest Week THE TKAVEI.IHOr SALES
MAN. A '-Boosters" Comedy So Good
Za Mark Twain's Xomaatle sjtory,
"THE FKHrCB ABTD TH1 FATTEA."
"The Nation's PerU"
howlne- IECBXTABT Or WAA
9ABlI.a and Other Botablee
Where the Omaha Bee
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TKOflPSON-MLDZN 6 CO.
The Fashion Genfer ofllie Middle Wesr.
COATS of suitable cold weather mnterlnU, plain
color and mixture. err styles that are
ploarilns;: Nlr.es 0 to 14 years. A great
variety of prlcre.
EONXKTH One lot of chlldrrm's colored win.
ter Imnnets nnd tailored hats at HI'ECTAL
LEGGIXS HAM miCF) Children knee Icr.
frtim. In Mark, tray, white ami brown
OOc ejtmmr, S5e 9 1.K quality, 50e
$1.50 quality, 75t
Children's WfM Third Floor.
Black Taffeta Silks
The name Thompson, B?lan
ft Go. on the parkaire Is a val
uable part of the gift. It guar
nnteea the quality. The neces
sary number of yards in a
Christ mas box makes a pleas
Practical Gifts in Traveling Goods
Wardrobe Trunks from 925.00 to 875.00
Suitcases from $5.00 to 825.00
Lawyers' Brief Cases 84.00 to 815.00
Hand Bags from 81.00 to $15.00
Card Cases from 75, to 86.00
Men's Purses from 5() to 83.00
Stick Pin Cases 81.00 to 85.00
Traveling Slippers, in cases 81.50
Medicine Cases 81.00 to 85.00
Photo Frames SI.OO to $6.00
Folding Umbrellas 83.00 to 88 50
Drinking Cups from 25 to $3.50
Collar Bags from 75 to $4.00
Manicure Sets from $3.75 to 87.50
Dressing Cases from $3.75 to $25.00
Traveling Bags In all Leathers, Fitted with Toilet Articles.
FRELING & STEINLE
"GOOD LEATHER GOODS."
Mrs. K. R. J. Kdholm, State Agent, lied Cross Christmas Seals,
481 Drandela Theater Building. Telephone Tyler 1981.
500 Extra Seats at $1.00 Each
Charity Concert Course"
Wednesday, Dec. 8, 1915, 8:15 P. M.
The World's Most Perfect Exponent of the
Art of Song, in what bida fair to be the
greatest and best attended concert of the year.
MISS BEATRICE. HARRIS ON Violoncello
MR. ROBERT PARKER Baritone
MR. FRANK ST. LEQER Piano
SPECIAL NOTE Due to the unprecedented demand for sittings for
the Melba Concert, the management has placed 500 additional
rhalra in the rear of the Auditorium, which will go on sale
Tuesday at S1.00 EACH. Let us again warn rou Buy your
Tickets now at Auditorium Box Office.
Prices: $1.00, $2.00, $2.50.
Posltltely mo one seated during the performance of any number.
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beauty t-koru uf OifM la OH THI XHAIV
! w a metfew uu-Ur h a
I X41ea BUM afsttwse Week Sara.
A great many new ones
have been received and
are interesting to many
women planning their
Art Dept. Third Tloor.
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