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THE niOK: OMAHA, SATURDAY, MARCH 11, 191(5.
Lord Shtofhneiey Sayi Scheme to
Raise Canadian Army to Half
LEADING FIGURES IN THE MI SKIN OFF LOVE TANGLE Yvonne la the foster
daughter of Princess Mis kin off, and, at th e suggestion of the princess herself, the prince
and Yvonne underwent a three-months' love test. Prince Miskinoff, who is considerably
younger than his wife, admits he was fascinated by Yvonne, who, he said, was simply ir
resistible at times. Because of the publicity given to Prince Miskinoff ' separation suit
in the New York courts, it is probable a quiet settlement will be reached.
THOUSANDS ARE STILL IN CAMP
MONTREAL, Quebec, March 10.
Lord Shaughnessy, president of
th Canadian Railway company, it
opposed to the plan of Sir Robert
Borden, tn Canadian premier, to
raise the Canadian contingent tn the
V.uropea war to 600.000 men.
Addressing a meetlna of business
and military leaders held hero yes
terday to encourage recruiting, Lordj
ShaugbnesRy said he did not regard
the plan as practlcab'e and that If
Canada was to attempt to raise j
225,000 men in addition to its preo
rnt army it would cause a serious
ill aft upon the working population,
lie announced that the agricultural
department has asked the Canadian
Pacific for aid In taking 10,000
farmers to the western provinces for
feeding and harvesting work.
lord Phaughnessy advleed that Cnnaila
to alow about recruiting. Baying that
some ef the first Canadian contlngont
er In- ramp In l'neland, wliiln
Ijn.flrtO men, reprevnllna; an outlay of
rrotably Sl2.iw.fl00 a month, are still in
Canada, with no prospect of being morel
to Enron for a lor. a time. He said it
would have been better to have gone
mora glowty and esved $.'.,00o,0M a month,
for use hereafter. Ho asked if It would
be wise to so cn lcmtening Canada's
ability to aire financial M to the British
rmptr whan the time of It need should
Major General Sir Piim H'ishr said
that no Injury would he threatened hy
shnrtejre of labor If l.rtW.nnn men went to
the front, adding that Montreal could
recruit W.00 to 70,(Xrt. Lord fcaughnessy
replied if ao the women would have to
The meeting adopted. resolution ap
proving the efforts to recruit mm In
Montreal and calling upon employera to
encourage their employes to enlist.
A resolution offered by Loo noynn. a
French-Canadian, that no action be taken
to accelerate Canada's ahare In the war,
waa lost tn a storm of hisses.
Family Broken Up
by Juvenile Court
is Keunited Again
Because of the charitable. aeiMHes of
the William McKinley lodga of H'nal
B'rith. an Omaha family broken up at the
order of Juvenile court, haa been reunited
and placed upon th high road to happt
Juvenile court InYeatlgators somo
months ago found a family with several
small children living tn suoh squalid cir-
runtstance that th children were Im
mediately taken away and placed to the
The narenta. through Ignoranca and
lack of Inspiration, accepted their mis
A committee of th lode members
heard of the case and Investigated
Within a ahort time the father had a
rood Job and waa Installed In another
artd finaner home and a course t
hyenlc and economic Instruction al
Friday Juvenile authorltlee permitted
(ho children to be takea back home for
!ho first time.
Waters of Platte
Sweep Over Tracks
of Union Pacific
There waa enough solid lea left In the
riatte river ao that a gorge formed
Thursday night near the village of Mer-
rr a atatlon on the Union Paclfio be
tween Valley and Fremont While the
gorge held only a couple of hours, the
river raised sufficiently ao that the water
waa thrown out over the eaat bank of the
stream, flooding a large area of the low
land In the western portion of Douglaa
Ae soon aa the gorge la the vicinity of
Meroer formed a dynamiting crew waa
ent out from Omaha on a special train
and In a abort time had the ice broken
im. However, not until the water had
aweDt out over the track and over sev
t-ral farms to the eaat. As a result of
tho high water train Noa. 4 and 13 on
the t'nlon Pacific came In from Fremont
over the North w mm tern line. The water
haa now gone down sufficiently eo that
the Union Pacific la running over ita own
Orders for Steel
Breaks All Eecords
' NEW TORK, Marcn 10. The monthly
atatement of the unfilled order of the
United Btatee Steel corporation Issued
today broke all records. The orders stood
on February 29 at S.&tS.W tone, an In
crease of a,15 tons over January 81,
and compared with .9.Ti tone Decem
ber SI, 1KOS. the previous high record.
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Torpedo Boat Destroyer Coquette
and Torpedo Boat Oo Down Off
the East Coait.
FORTY-FIVE LIVES ABE LOST
channel between Boulogne and Havre Is
the first word that haa been received nor
regarding th presence of a hostile craft
on that part of the French coast.
Available shipping record make no
mention of a vessel named Hera trice.
Frenrh. nark Saak.
LONDON, March 10. -The French bark
Vllle Du Havre, of 3,100 tona. haa been
siink. The bark waa In ballaat Twenty-
six of the crew were aavrd. two beina
OMAHA LAD HELPS WIN
DEBATE FOR HIS SCHOOL
BEtiOIT. Wis., March 10. Special.)
Beloit college freshman dchating team,
of which Andrew C Scott. Omaha, wa.
leader, arguing aaralnat minimum wage
laws, won Its debate from Lawrence col
legs freahman here by a 2 to 1 decision.
Ky to th Situation Bee Want Ads.
Held On Charge
EVAN8TON. Wyo., March 10 (SpecWl i
Telram.) Clem Morrison, who recently !
killed Cal Hlckle In a pistol duel. In whlc.i j
he was desperately wounded, will be tried ;
for manslaughter during- th April terrr i
of district court. He was given a prelim- I
Inary bearing on a charge of murder in !
the firt d-;'Te, but the presldlns Justice i
dH not cnn.oifb r that the evidence Justl-
fled BJh a iharite and held him merely (
for manslaughter. His ball hsa been fixed
at Jl.ooo. '
Morrison, who waa ml expected to live, j
now la recovering rapidly from his ,
Sale of lines at ayrarnae.
aiYnACt'SK. Nel)., March 10. tSperlal.)
Billy McFarland's annual sale of Hamp
shire sows and gilt waa held here yes
terday. Sixty-one head of bred sow and
gilts were sold, at an average prlc of
tM per head.
Syrup of Figs
For Cross, Sick
Look, Mother Ms tongue coat-;
ed, breath hot and
j.. .f-ft !; Hn.it i f
A Big Saving Opportunity for You Buy the Needed
the UHlOf OUTFITTING COMPANY
Our Inexpensive Location and Low Operating Expense
Enable Us to Sell You Dependable Goods at Les3
Cost to You and You Get
ALL THE CREDIT YOU WANT
BIG SATURDAY SPECIALS
Harmless "fruit laxative" best'
to clean tender liver .1 -I
and bowels. j 1 j
M "TV! x-S, IK!
11 UiPwMl Week-
AOMK SEWING MA--
CHlNF-ft Just like Illus
tration and a splendid high-grade
machine. Has drop-head aa Illus
tration shows, so that the machine
head Is out of sight except when
It Is needed. The cabinet work la
of solid oak. finished golden, and
there la a full st of attaehment
for thea machine
They ej-e fully guar
anteed and our ape-
Mothera can rent easy after giving j
California Syrup of F1(s. because in a
few hour all th clocRed-up waste, sour
bile and fermenting food a-ently movea
out of the bowels, and you have a well,
playful child aaain. Children simply will
not take the time from play to empty
their bowels, and they become tightly
packed, liver geta elusion and atomacli
When cros, feverish, restless, see if
tonKu Is coated, then give this delicious
fruit laxative." Children love It, and
It can not cause Injury. No difference
what alls your little one-lf full of cold,
or a sore throat, diarrhoea, stomach
ache, bad breath, remember, a gentle
"lnsld cleansing" hould alwaye b the
first treatment given. Full directions
for babies,, children of all aaea and
rown-ura are printed on each bottle.
Mcware of counterfeit fig syrups. Ask
your druggist for a Bo-cont bottle of
California Syrup of Figs," then look
carcrully and eee that It Is made by the
California Fig Syrup Company." We
make no smaller slse. Hand back with
contempt any other fig ayrup.
LONDON. March 1. The British
torpedo boat destroyer Coquette and
torpedo boat No. 11 have been sunk
by striking mines, It wag officially
announced this afternoon.
i Tba official announcement ' aura
the number or casualties tn connec
tion with the sinking of tha warships
waa forty-five. .
Th statement follows:
"Th torpedo boat destroyer Coquette,
Lieutenant Vera Seymour. R. N. R., in
command and II. M. Torpedo boat No. 11.
lieutenant ,)ohn A. T. Legh. H. N., her
struck mines oft the' east coaat and sunk.
Th oasualtiea were: .
Coquette An officer and twenty-one
Th torpedo boat Three officers and
Freach ftcamahls t Sank,
PARIS, March 10. A ltaraa dispatch
from Ilavr says th French line steam
ship Louisiana sank last night at 11
O'clock. All th crew were saved. No
passengers were aboard. It Is presumed
that tha vessel waa aunk by the same
submarine that ha been operating along
th coast between Boulogne and Havre
and which torpedoed th Hermatrloe,
Th allusion In the above dispatch to
i submarine operating along the Kngllsh
The Store ot th To tin
ADULT BIBLE CLASS AT
NORTH CHURCH BANQUETS
The adult Bible rlaas of the North
I'retyterla.n church held its annual ban
quet Thursday night, with cover laid
for seventy-five. The banquet was
spread in the large dining room of the
rhuruh. the tables being arranged to seat
ten each. Th aervlng was don by th
women of the class.
Following the banquet, the Bible class
aattiered In tha women's parlor, where
a musical and literary proere.ro waa car
ried out. There were ahort addresaea,
all dealing with adult Sunday school
work and th best method to adopt In
Increasing attendance. '
On of th feature of th affair was
an address by Mr. A. lioyer, the first
teacher of tb old Knox Irestteria
church, twenty-eight yemrs aso. At th
time she had a claa of twelve men
and women, several of wlioin are Still
members of tbe Bible class of th North
church, a consolidation of th Knox and
th Second Preebytertan church.
befor tbe close ot the meeting, clajia
offloer were elected, and Frealdent
Gray authorised to appoint committees
to punh the c&iupalgn for aecurtn- new
; tiiibtr ejig werklug along tftkitney
Nothing but new
A Style Change
Good byto the soft
hat with rigid
lines now comes
that reflect the
military trend of -Fashion
and brim tilted
to the wearer's own
Our Big Display
in our Douglas street
window will command
Knox, $5 to $20 '
Stetson, $3.50 to $15
Knox Beacon, $3
B.-K. Special, $3
Caps that are
$1, $1.50, $2.
HOLIl) OAK imKSSKR An
exceptionally well mnde dress
er nf si-tfd solid oak. finished
gohlen. Una three easy-slldlna: roomv
'lrawr and the Krenrh bevel plato
mirror la aupuorted hy strong, uh
stantlnl ataiKlarrin. The cabinet work
and drawer work hy nklllert work.
men. I n e se rtrssir
would le considered verv
rood values at $11.00
Good Sold Out of Town in
Vry Eaay Payments. Freight
Paid Two Hundred Mile. Xo
Freight on HnecUM. Writ I'a
About Our fipcclal Grafonola
Pro posit Ion.
Terms ' . y"
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Hundreds of Others Equally
As Good Values.
X O ROOM
TABLK3. Why not re
place that old table with
one of our splendid val
ues in dinins; room
tablea that we are offer.
Ing during- thla March
aale. Ht-re 1 one made of
aoiul oak, . Ttnlahed - fumV
circular top, fitted with
audea and square pe
deatal hase. Worth
I1C.0O. Saturday, epe
rlal. only . .
Terms 1 91.00 Cash, Si.oo Monthly
A TT TOMATXO
made of American
quartered oak, up
holctered, In a ape.
claj grade ef wear,
real a tin g fabricord
leather. Opens In
to a full else bed
with but a alng-l
mrxlon. A daven
port is always use
ful In the home
and the are ape
ciaJly priced P&t
urday, at, only-
Terms 1 tl.BO Oaah,
Women who know values are enthusiastically buying
New and Delightful
at This Store
! F i " ' ,W a-- -'m
I f-r 4 m$ MsajTjm a ........'t-.Via, tmm, iff fv ..,JT
-'not I r. S.n
HE ASSORTMENT" is very varied and comprizes hun
dreds of skillfully selected models in wool poplins, gaberdine, taffeta
and French serge combinations; many are characterized by small
capes or pelerines, rippling peplons.bell shaped sleeves with Tiger Lily flare
cuffs. Skirts are individualized to conform with the coats instead of being
plain regulation models.
We defy duplication at the three special
prices featured for Saturday and next week
$17.50 - $19.75 - $25;00
New Heavy Taffeta Silk Suits, Special, $29.50
COLONIAL. BUFTET. Jubt
like illustration, made of Am.
erlcan quartered oak. flnlahed golden.
The canopy top fitted with a beautiful
bevel plate mirror of hiirh lustre. The
base haa two small drawers, one plush
uneu lor silverware. A. large and
roomy linen drawer ana
a bia dlah compartmen
Worth $1160. Saturday
l.oo Caafc. tl.OO Monthly,
a large ana
BPKCIA'L FROM OUR DAT
LIGHT RUQ AND DRAPER T
DEPARTMENT. Tlfer Brussels Rugs
splendid well made rut, In ful
9x12 foot size and thia season's latest
deaign and patterns. Th wearing
quality la very good and they r
worth 17.50. Saturday (I I AC
special prlc Is only. ....'91 I V
$1.00 Nottingham Lace Curtains
Very pretty patterns fj I I ft
Saturday, per pair Wills
$2.60 special scrim curtains, suitable
for dining room or bedroom, O I AC
good quality, per pair.... Jilts
$1.26 curtain stretchers.
frames, aale price,
i UJ Urnl I- Mr arm m 1 1 ti I bM .
" ' 4 U ( r-r svi
Distinctive In their originality and by far the
beet values offered Just now. because of our put
icy of marking; a lew prlc on a garment when
It first eon. Instead of reducing it aa th aeaaon
grows old and nobody wants It.
Gentlewomen sliould e the beautiful line of
blai-k and whit vhet-ke. overlaid plaida, oyster
greys and Sahara i
$10, $17.50, $19.75
For Women and Misses
By far the moat comprehensive assortment we
"have ever shown Including models in many of the
new, aoft ahadea of roae. reaela. silver tfroy and
Belgian blue, aa well a combination aerge and
taffeta atylea, In navy, black and tartan trim
typical example of good values
EXTRA SPECIALS: 8-plece -Mexican
Drawn-work Bed-aeta. Either
white or colored, worth 4 QQ
$3.00. Saturday only... VfctOO
And this - -s n
lVf;11;r Surpasslnt anything we have
JVllllinery ever done in the past.
Jaunty useful tailored models for golf, business, college or
frat house bound to captivate you very attractive pr.ces
$2.50 $3.50 $5.00
Elegantly Trimmed Pattern Hats from 7.p0.
CEO. T. WILSON, Mgr.
mm a isia
1510-18-20 TARN AM STREET.
"People3 Store." Opposite Hotel Rome j
Phone Tyler 1000
and you will receive the same
courteous service is though
yen were delivering your Want
Ad to THE BEE Office iaPenaa