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The Mobile Sunday Register (Newspaper) - March 21, 1915, Mobile, AlabamaPassengers is Battle on Oce carry wounded into Switzerland migratory Bird Law held in Constitution col. House at March 20. Via London a colonel m. Hong president Wilson s personal Friend. Reached Berlin from. London yesterday and went into a Long conference with ambassador Gerard he will be the ambassadors guest while Here it generally is believed Here that colonel House is working in the interest of nations Best for treatment says Carrel. Topeka kan., March 20.�?the Federal migratory Bird Law was Fly cleared unconstitutional by judge Pollock. In the United state District Quot Couch today. To held that the separate states Only had Power to enact Laws for the regulation of game. The decision was in the cd be of Joseph l. Mccaugh a banker of Galena kan., and two companions arrested on complaint of the United Quot states District attorney for1 a hooting ducks out of Lapland brings Story of Between torpedo boat and submarine. Valparaiso March 20.�?the chilean cruisers Esmeralda and Ministro sent no arrived Here today from Juan Fernandes Island with the Crew of the germ an. Cruiser Reed am destroyed in action with Bitiah warships march14 the a actors will be a attained Here on Board the German Steamer York. Chicago March 20.�?removal of All soldiers a it under in the european War to Neutral countries for treatment is proposed by or. Alexis Carrel formerly of the Rooker Eilek Institute now in the employ of the French government research Laboratory a and or. Carl Beck of the North Chicago Hospital. Wilson accepts invitation. Washington March 30 president Wilson today tentatively agreed to attend a Camp fire meeting at the National Encampment of the g. A. R. Here in september. Egg cargo captured. London. March 20.�?the dutch Steamer Zaat Strom with a cargo of egg has been stopped in the North be by germans and taken to vessel is los great spot of Oil seen after under water boat is fired upon. To mobiles visit our store during refund week new York March aboard the British Steamer Lapland which reached Here today from Liverpool witnessed a bait e in the Irish Channel Between a British torpedo boat which escorted the Lapland and a German submarine. The Lapland crowding on All steam fled in a Zig Zag line from the combatants. The Lapland joined her escort just outside Liverpool Harbor. They were not far from Liverpool when the torpedo boat opened Are. The Raider tired a torpedo at another vessel. Passengers aboard the Lap and watched the Progress of the missile through the water and say it went wide of its target. No torpedo was discharged at the Lapland so far As could be Learned. Steered crazy course. Meantime the torpedo boats guns bad quickened their fire. The Lapland a Captain ordered full Speed ahead. O afford the submarine a poor target the Lapland was steered at intervals abruptly to port and to starboard. The Steamer soon left the combatants far behind. It the Lapland carried 113 passengers. In the Steerage were two american boys Haro d and Howard Russel of Bridgeport Conn. Twins about 15 years old who while attending school near London enlisted in the British Navy giving false Ages and not mentioning their nationality. Their parents through the state department secured their release. Submarine sunk. The submarine was sunk by the torpedo boat in the opinion of Captain Bradshaw of the Lapland. A widening Circle of Oil on the water the Captain said told of the submarines Fate. Henry Morgenthau jr., a passenger Bon of the Amerton ambassador to Turkey said first warning of the submarine came when the torpedo boat which had been in the rear of the Lap and overhauled the Steamer at full Speed and inquired if Captain Bradshaw had seen a submarine. He had not. And the warship fell Back. When she wag 1,000 Yards behind the Steamer she started firing in the direction of the Lap and. Her guns spoke in Quick succession and the shot fell so close to the Lapland sport Side that the Spray from yets of water they raised almost touched her. Then the water. Became Oil covered. I meantime the Steamer sped ahead the torpedo boat remained near the Oil spot. A have your fare refunded in accordance with registers schedule published in this paper the House that has and always gives what it advertises a a Quot j will Endeavor to make your shopping Days easy profitable and pleasant each department having planned special economies. You Are cordially invited to make our store your store big style six Days of garment Selling that will leave a lasting impression on the minds of All who participate in its values. Like pictures shown in the family album our quaint Little gowns with their youth Ful High Waist lines and Lovely flare skirts this weeks special gowns Are Blue and Sand coloured crepe de Chines with Vest front and jacket backs. They have full skirts Vest fronts of solid new Spring suits in Small Black and Shepherd checks Nobby shades of Palm Beach Sand Putty belgian and Battle ship Blue show Norfolk Coats belted and tailor trimmed with Large cloth buttons and Empire Coats. These suits have circular flare skirt. Some of them made with Yoke tops and Side pleats plainer styles with Yoke effects and tailored belts showing such materials As French Serge Satin finished gabardine and Covert White organdy and Broad crash belts finished with coloured Stone clasps. Cloths featuring the Cleverest models of Early Spring this one of the Many $ models shown at. Russian woman socialist held she spent Twenty years in prison once. Spring hosiery values for refund week / pretty shirtwaist for Paris March 20.�?vera Fugner one of the most widely known leaders of russian socialism has been arrested. At ung Heni near the rumanian Quot Frontier according to human the although her brother an artist trained permission from the russian minister of the Interior for her to return to her native land from Switzerland. Vera Figner who is 74 years old a hah been constantly under Surv in Lance of the russian police since her release from Schlusselbur fortress where she was confined for Twenty years for participating in the plot against tie life of Alexander ii. Lace sniped voiles with v neck s and Broad collars of Plain White voile edged in lace pm Brood Rcd voiles in dozens of new Spring patterns White lawns elaborately trimmed and tailored styles. To All sizes to c this showing is composed of striped Silks with White grounds made High necks and Long sleeves and a wonderful collection of White and pastel shaded silk crepe waists w i t h heist itched seams. Ladies silk Hose in Tan Gold Maize sky and Black regular $1.00 Quality on Sale while they 7q,� last i we ladies and misses Boot silk Hose in All the new Spring shades and Black regular 35c Hose 1a special pair. 19c a special lot of ladies Tan silk Hose our regular 50c 0�v Quality on Sale this week i pc infants silk Hose in Tan Pink red Blue and Black 35c and 1 a 50c qualities per pair. Isic new passport regulations of France relieved Washington March 20.�?details of the new French passport regulations effective april 1, which require foreigners entering France to be provided with special credentials issued by French consuls were received at the state department today from ambassador Sharp. They require the credentials to show the evidence upon which the passport was issued the City in France to be visited and purpose of the visit and Aiso photograph of the bearer. Great care in issuing passports has been enjoined upon consuls to prevent them from reaching citizens of generally or Austria or naturalized citizens of these nations living in Neutral countries some wonderful Little tub frocks with Long waists Box pleated skirts and tunic beings Are shown this Spring in checked plaid striped and solid coloured a fit materials 6 to 14 years sizes. A poc Sample dresses Worth Many times the Money we Are asking in solid coloured linens trimmed in contrasting colors fancy figured crepes with Box pleated skirts and other Little dresses of elaborately trimmed White Lawn. It a real $4.00 Sellers. V i to buy your Muslin Wear Early stunning Early Spring skirts separate skirts will be a special feature of our refund weeks big bargain Sale. Very neat skirts made with the new circular flare Yoke tops Patch pockets and Button trimmings will be shown in Sand Navy Shepherd checks and Black. The materials Are principally gabardine and Serges. Any one a of the above named styles. coloured Corduroy walking skirts of belgian Blue and Sand Are time fabrics that has blossomed again this Spring. These swell very new and equally Nobby. Corduroy is another of the old Little skirts Are rather Short have Patch pockets on both sides and Are tailor trimmed with straps and buttons. Newest and swell est dress novelties Jaa of Spring. special feature will be a demonstration of High Grade under muslims showing All the new lace and trimming ideas of the 1915 Spring and summer seasons. Special Sale of combination suits in Corset cover and drawer combinations elaborately trimmed but Ca slightly soiled values up to $1.50, your Choice. Vuc we have just received a shipment of High necked crepe gowns in Standard sizes to neatly made and trimmed. Of extra sized gowns for Large women were also received in time for this weeks Sale. They Are shown in a Al both High and Low necked styles. A poc ladies and misses Low necked gowns Kimono and a jars Empire style lace Jed embroidery trimmed each. Wac there will be a special Sale of All Over lace Cami of soles in slightly mussed 50c values at. Mac Spring and summer weight Muslin Corset covers in regular sizes dozens of styles lace and embroidery trimmed 39c values. Of Choc sees two life buoys with Karlsruhe a name a special Sale of Union linens 40-Inch fabrics i a in 25c Quality while they last per Yard. 1�/c shirting Madras in Plain White and new of figured patterns 32-Inch fabrics up from. Mac big variety of new Spring Kice cloths 40 to 48 inches wide on special Sale for refund week per Yard j up from �o.�?��� a l Novelty voiles 36 to 40 inches wide in seed flannel of Nippon and embroidered effects per Yard up from a us new Spring Gingham a 27-Inch Gingham in Spring color combination a checks plaids stripes and solids shown at per Yard 1uc 32-Inch Gingham in splendid variety checks 1 c plaids stripes and solids on Sale at Yard _ Ivy 33-Inch French finish Gingham in All the of newest and loveliest patterns of the season Yard �3c Percale and Madras special showing of coloured shirting Madras of in new Spring patterns per Yard. C Spring patterns in Percale suitable for skirts House 1 f runs and children a dresses per Yard i we a Brand new line of Kimono crepes or pisses of solid color and flowered Patten. Vard.-. 15 and extra special hundreds of Yards of coloured dress fabrics including Soring shades of ratings in values up to 2$c per Yard o on Sale per Yard. V v a left new York March 20.�?edward Wadsworth who arrived today on the Parima from the West indies said he had seen in Grenada two life buoy marked a Karlsruhe a and that several German officers Capa had been washed ashore in Charles Bay Grenada. Or. Wadsworth said there was an unconfirmed report in the West indies that the Karlsruhe had run ashore and that her officers had blown her up and put to sea on one of the ship which the Karlsruhe had captured. Eight vessels. Sunk by torpedoes 1539 Safe London March 20.�?German submarine raids during the week ending March i resulted in loss of eight British vessels with a Tota tonnage of 22.s2s out of 1,530 arrivals Ano sailings according to a summary issued today by the admiralty. Three1 i other vessels which were torpedoes were Able to reach port. The total losses to British Commerce from the beginning of the War to March it were 9� merchant vessels and 47 fishing vessels. M it Chi Kian Corn comes. Seattle wn., March 20.�?the japanese Steamer Hak Oshika Maru is due Here from Kobe in a few Days with the first full cargo of manchurian Corn Ever borne across the Pacific amounting to five thousand tons. It Urill be need in the manufacture of Block food. High Grain prices in the United states has caused a brisk Market to amp a manchurian Corn and fur Ither heavy importation Are expected. Trains stuck in Snow. I Mitchell s. March 20.�?six a brains Are fast in cute on the Milwaukee system Between Mitchell and a rapid City As the result of a snowstorm which has been sweeping the a Western half of South Dakota since past Friday afternoon. The storm was a specially severe West of the it frer As the Snow is Drifting heavily our new Spring gloves Are Here Short gloves of Kayser silk in Ivory White with Black buttons and fancy Black stitching. Are shown in All sizes. A a per pair up Al us Long gloves in Pearl White with Black stitching and the same Glove in Black with White stitching. Do j a a All sizes. Per pair. A pm Vul knit undergarments ladies summer weight munsing suits with open and closed Gore have just been received in All sizes silk bloomers in Carter and Kayser Silks in White amp and colors a regular $2.35 value will be on Sale 4 Gayfer the store that put the a a gain in bargain

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