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Till UKK: OMAJIA. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1911.
CHANCELLOR DEFENDS ACT
Speech Before Reichttajj in Behalf of
; Morocco Agreement Falls Flat
JRINCE APFEOVIS CMTICIS3I3
Heir to Genoa Throne) Iale
'. Afterward that If Is rianwlnff
Actio wltk Drotbere
BERUN, Nor. 10,-Thal Chanoellor von
lirthmsnn-Hellweg'a position la bully
nsken 1 the only ppsxlble verdict on to
days debate In tha RelchNfag en ths
Morocco-Congo treaties. After Mi tpeacb
bad lailen completely flat, speakers of
4!a four loading parties conservatives,
clerical. liberal! and soclallste suo
vesfrlvely attacked his argument! and v:ed
with each other In criticising the agree
ment. ; The defection of the conservative! and
clericals from the gnvernmenfa body
ruard a an especially sever bio.
t.er . i taker defended Dr. Von UnoV
init. . .o recently resigned a aecra
li .' mate for the colonies.
; Char, ellor Yen Vrthniann-II0;eg
lm...u dla skill In explaining tt-a great
advantages of a, friendly aettleinent with
'ranc to the future value of colonial
acquisitions, and to disprove the report!
that Germany had backed down bofora
lirltish menace. i
Would Avoid "U'nr.
After relating tha representation! mad
ly unmany to Great Britain retail vo to
t!ie speech made by David Uoyd-Geoige
t a. banyuet glvan by th banker! of
Jx.ndon July Jl last and to Anglo-French
.anapaper Insinuations nnd tha belliger
ency of tha German people a a result
fcf Mr. Lloyd-George-- remarks, tha aer
tnan chancellor dlared. .
. 'Nobody can ttll whether war soma
tints win come, but my duty la to ao
act that war which Is avoidable and not
demanded by th honor of Gorman y must
- Thl! atattmi-!.: called forth goneral ap
plause. . Tha Kratico-C.erman crisis, th chancel
lor aald, was) so acuta on approaching
final settlement that, ending peacefully,
It we worth mora than all discussion
or arbitration and dliiarmament.
Prince Oppose Chancellor.
' Tha attention of th spectators In th
galleries and th member of th Reich
tag during aud after th epeeohe made
by linruti Von Hartllng. clerical, and
Jlerr Von Hoyde.brn.nd, conservative, was
attracted by the attitude of Crown Prince
Frederick William. Th crown princ
openly applauded th sentence "our peace
ful profession are regarded abroad aa
sign of weakness," and nodded ap
proval at other critics of Kerr Von Beth-tnann-llollwex'a
policy and tactic, no
tably with regard to tha chancellor' atti
tude toward tha resigned colonial secre
tary. Dr. Llndcqueit. Th crown prince
made a similar demonstration when Herr
Von Ileydebrand spoke of th "German
word which alone can guarantee Ger
-J Htet Von Bebel, socialist leader In th
ReUhstag, mad a violent attack upon
the chancellor and the foreign secretary
Jlerr Von Klderllng-Waachter In denunci
ation of th Morocoo-Congo agrermant.
- rteport were current that th crown
frlnc had communicated with on 'or
two of his brother with a view to mak
ing representation, to 'ht father disap
proving tha chancellor policy regarding
Morocco, evokt.1 til" following statement
this evening: ,
: "Th report that ths crown prince Is
planning Joint action wlln his brother
against th chancellor I Incorrect"
It was signed by th crownvprlnc and
Jmued from th court marsh all's office.
Attack on Knifland.
Th debate called out many sharp at
tack upon England, which were greeted
with applause. Th chief attack was
made by Herr Von Ileydebrand and was
Referring to Chancellor Lloyd-George's
Weil remembered speooh. lie aald that
Germany now know wbor to find 'he
German, he continued, "ar not
accustomed to submit to ueh thing.
Th German people will glv a German
answer to this Ilngllsh iuetlon. Th
government will know what answer to
glv when the hour cornea.- When It
cornea, la for tit government to say. but
Ita duty 1 to decide for th honor of
the German nation. We Germans will
b ready to make whatever sacrifices
- A great commotion ensued at th con
clusion of Herr Von Ileydebrand speech.
Farmers Get Higher
z Prices for Products
', WASHINGTON. Nov. 10.-Th decreased
reduction in cropa this year as com
pared with last year I being compen
sated to the farmer of the country by
sue larger price they are receiving, as
Shown by flgurn given out today by th
department of Agriculture. Th agct"
eala production of crop In 13U. It Is es
timated. Is approximately T.t per cent
!. than the crop of 110. and about
focr-tenth of 1 per cent lees thn th
vveist production for th preceding flv
Corn ws worth 13 1 cent mora per
fcusoel on November 1 than on th same
Jut last year; wheat. I cnt; oat. I.I
cents; barUy, . cent; ry. 11.6 cents;
buckwheat. 7.1 cents, and potatoes, ZO.I
eeut. wlill th value of hay was 12 64 a
ton greater. Flaxseed, the only grain In
wticu a ducre&a waa reported thla yar,
U 10 cent cheaper this year than last.
Th production of other crop in Mil
according to th report, expressed la pr
etintar of th average production In r
rent year (not compared with full orop)
la estimated aa follow:
' Apples. IX. t; pears.' 110.1; watermelons
lue-li crepes. lt.7; cantaloupes, lul.K;
teanuts. asparagus. 7.7; alfalfa
p i; beans. W.l; kallr corn. W; oranber
ries, M; tooiatoea. S.; cabbage, tl T;
Ikiipberrles H; onions, 89 7; millet. H I
ttiaabeii-lt!. blackberries. Ml
t lover sud. 12.1; millet seed, s2.1; peaches'
U I; hemp. .!; clover hay, C.
Yield ier acre (ximpareu with average
field: Forrura, lfc:; awet potatoea, iM.l:
ti". VA; brucm corn, o.l.
CondiUon, competed with average con
ff.tlona, at or new time of gathering
'i'W 0--i wiK !4.; lunona
I J ; evear bcots, 102.C; oiatigts. 1J1 '
CAT NEARLY BREAKS UP
THE TEACHERS' MEETING
A fluffy big gray and whit tabby cat
tT-tt the gravity of the aclentlst gath
titi at th jltnc section of th teach.
conrtnlon Thuisdsy. Whll tr
t"ink H. Shoomakvr of L'nlverslty riac
vss reading a treatise th oclbl felln
i-.:erd and preceded Jo wind lovingly
tr- u..d th ankle of th dignified speaker.
N! tntll tubby wes cuufLt atid furciby
(, jjicj by V , U. liish-jp, piesldect of th
kw'.luii. aa wider rrstoied.
u v iit i iiimrn
m.aEnia9s Greatest Store ffdDir Mem
Tlie hundreds mid hundreds of Omaha men who buy their clothes here season after season do so because they get
satisfaction here. Their clothes money buys better clothes at Brandeis than it will buv nnvwhere pise.
Brandeis Hen's All Vool Hand Tailored Suits at $12.50 and $15 Surpass Host of the Suits That You
Can Buy Elsewhere at $17.50 and $20 Come and Prove It to Your Own Satisfaction Saturday
ii.io inuiuut.-.! suns irom a special purciiaso in. this proup. Wo bought them at a saving of about $3 00
. y f1"11 ui'i uiut just inc saving you can make if you buy now.
eiriciiy ingii qunmy. 'iiio styles end patterns oro excellent.
The suits are
The prices will be
Rogcrs-Pcet Clothes for Men
Comcrvatlvo modol ot tbe highest diame
ter In gulls and overcoat. Not extreme Id
out Juat correct een- in. Cl
tlomonly clothes at aZU 10 e4J
See tho "New KngllBh Models" In these
Bulls. Beo tho swagger swIdk to tho over
coats. You'll call them tho classiest of all
ready mado clothes
$25 to $50
ft ... .
Grandest Purchase We Ever Made
Saturday you cau choose from about 1.C00
I Plen-s High Grade Overcoats
Frm A Prominent Manufacturer
lie had jrreat numbers of his finest mako left on his
handstand ha sold them all to us at a sacrifice so great that
this will positively be the most remarkable sale of Overcoats
ever held in Omaha.
It Ii Our IoTtriable Role When We Secure a Barman to Gire Ocr
Customer, the Entire Benefit of That Redaction
We Save You At Least 34
to 310 on Every Overcoat
Men's Cravenette Over
coats, Astrakhan collar
beoTjr ovoreoats, ete.
Worth from f 14 to $30
TJfgMJiJi.iJ'g.s,.j; M' yjflwpw g.M!"H'lf.M)t .... t... J'.,.
All popular new styles
of men's high class over
coats, that are worth $20
Scores of tho
tailored overcoats In all
styles, medium and heavy
Worth 25 to :5.
Basement Clothing Section
RIm'.".u?Terct'm8d,um anl heavy weight with regular and con
vprtlbU collars, mads of velours and r am rA
cheviots; -values up to. $12.60..ftt. dllll $1.51;
Men's Hiilta New fall modola In fa TIP V 7A1sirArl. Aas .
and cheviots; values up to f 15. at....'. S5 l0 S10
'IOUfA mj. - :
ID Hp X'
Saturday a Man's
Buy your fall and
winter shirts Sat
get better values
than these. They
are samples and odd
lots that we bought
from a maker and
they are all thli
soft collars or neck
up to 2.50 at
Men's f 1.00 Negligee and Golf Shirts
In neat patterns, at
Manhattan and E. & W.
lannattan ana E. & w. $ rn ff rA
Shirts, at 5 1.3U 10 M.bU
Omaha agent for the celebrated Dr. Jaeger Ger
man Sanitary Health Underwear. Wool hoso and
night shirts and all health garments made by the
Jaeger woolen system.
Root's Medicated Wool Underwear . .91.50 to $2.50
Norfolk and New Brunswick Underwear, wool and silk and
wo1 $1.50 to $4.50
Munsing Union Suits for Men v. ...$1 to $1.80
Sterling Full Fashioned Union Suits $3.08 to $5.50
Men's Wool Fleeced and Derby Ribbed Underwear, 8S)c, 50c, 60c
Men's and Boy's Sweater Coats
Fine assortment of strictly Australian lamb's wool, hand
made $2.50 to $10
Men's and Boys' Gloves and Mittens 25c to U
Men's $8.50 Overcoats at $5
Black and oxford with velvet
collar; also brown and drab
mixtures In tho 60-inch length
with convertible .
llojV $0 Overcoats at $3.50 la
ag-s 8 to 10 years. Ixing
overcoats with con- n rn
verto collars, at.... 3jJU
Hoys' Overcoat in ages 2)4 to
. Roofers or Russians with
velvet collars; worth up to
Another shipment of Roys' $1
Corduroy and Wool Knltk.
I'nU at .'JC
Boys' High Class Clothing
In Regular Juvenil Djpt. O d Store, 2nd F.oor
Here is the one department where th clothea suit the boy
and tb low prloe pleases the mother. ...
Boys' Wool Serge Suits with two pair of pants; 7.D0 values.
at . . : .-. . . . . . : . . ; ; . . .... 5 50
Boys' Wool Cheviot and Tweed Suits, worth up to $0.50,
ai $2.08 to $5.0(: 'aill mi muf
rnu...'. rv. . .... I n I II U U i
and fancy cheviots, values uj
to $7, at. ...... .$2.08 to $r
Boys' Overcoats specially price
at $2.C8 to $.
IE0."1 Hen's Sample Hats 50c to 98c
Clean up of all the men's odd sizes
and samples of soft and stiff styles:
toE.50e and 98c
Fall styjes soft and stiff hats at $3.50
Men's English Hats at $2.50
Brandeis Store is Omaha agont for
son's English Hats.
Itrandels Sperlal Rough Finished Hats and
Silk Plush also Stiff. Hats, low crown and
wide brim, at... $2.00
New Vclour and Beaver
Hats tan, grey, brown
and black... $4 and $5
Men's . High Grado Sam
ple Caps all silk lined
with fur Inside bands;
worth up to $1.50, 5oo
Boys' Caps for School
wear with fur Inside
bands at 23c and 40c
Boys' Hats ac 49c and 08o
Members of Vaughan-Lord Wedding Party
. I ; ' I. 1 I
WIDOW ACCUSED OF MURDER
Chicago Woman Believed. to Have
...y v. v..
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SON-Uf-LAW GIVES TISTEMONY
Dlscharaail Hevolrer llldJcn nrhind
Uathtub Casus the Police to
Doubt Starr ol Ilobber
Blizzard in Dakotas;.
Cold Wave in Omaha
PIERRE, 8. D., Nov. .-(Bpolal Tal.
Cram.) Th firt sevrr storm of th win
lor, with frccslng lerapaiatura an J drlv
lt:g snow, prcvaJis hra this evanlni;.
Ilpatchs from Abrdru and ctUir
South 1'ak.ota town say that aftsr a day
of drlailljiK rata a driving anowstorin
srt In tonight.
FARGO, K. D.. Nov. 10.-1 billiard
struck 1-argo tonight, putting t!phon
M'lrss out of commission through, th
northern part of th statt. Snow 1
drlftli'.g atid th thorniomter la near at.ro.
Th Cirsat Nurthern (aatbouad flytr Waa
six hour lat.
Key to th B.tuatlua-l: W ant Ads.
For Another Judge
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
DE8 MOINES, la., Nor. .lA-(Speclal
Tlgram.)-Judga Bnilth McPharsJo has
asked that another federal judga ba aunt
to lfs Motn.'S to hear tha trial of th
ult of th sovernmant against E. It
Mason for fes alleged to have bocn re
ralvod by hlui liUa clerk of th courts,
but not accounted for. McPherson was
so long associated with Mason that h
did not want to try th eas. It is
probabl tba rat will ba heard thla
month. Th account to b called In
question cover mora than a thirty-year
service to th government.
Key to th B'tuaUou-iiea Want AOs.
Six Bodies Found
in Shaft of Mine
PVKZ8UTAWNEI, ra., Nov. 10.
Tli bodte of six miner wer dlaoov
red In tha Adrian shaft of tha Roches
ter and I'ittaburg foal and Iroa com
pany shortly after 1 o'clock thl morn
ing by rescu crews from th govern
ment bureau of mines atatlon at Pitts
burgh. Tha rescue crew with eight mlnrs
equipped with oxygen helmets started
Into tha gas-filled mine about midnight,
but at an early hour thl morning th
victims had not been brought out and
th two other bod I bad not bean
Key to th B'tuatlon-Eea Want Ada.
CHICAGO, Nor. 10.-Witneasea today at
the, InuiJPMt IiAi.I r.ui flu. ...... . ... ...i.t.
Wuinn, who was found shot to death In
ii i uoma on in outskirts of the city No
vember t. gave testimony which threat-
i.sd to Involve the slain man' wife.
ihe woman Is belim held by tbe Dollce
Chat-lea E. Thrope, a stepson by the
Holmui's second marrimr. tnlH nf thru
marriages he khew she had contracted.
aiinougu in ncr rormer testimony she ac
knowlodgcd only two. He added that h
suspected Mr. Qulnn. then Mrs. Thorpe,
of h&vtlltf killed hla futhpr ilnna ha a, 1.1
the husbuid and wife alone were In the
nous at th time. The Inquest today set
up th following as facts involving Mis.
That she had been rrmrrled three times.
That her second husband, Warren
Thorp, whom aho married within two
months of the death of her first, had
been Hhot to death under circumstances
not unlike qulnn'a death.
That Thorpe on nhe day cf his death
contemplated arranging to deed his liJO
arre faini to a aon, but was shot while
gutting ready to go tu a notary with his
That she vMted Thorpe's home bofore
her first husband Was dead.
That she and a daughter w-er held in
custody after Thorpo's death, but were
That two boarders In the Qulnn home
pn the night of the shoMlng, neither
heard any shots or knew of the hootlnif
until they were awakened by policemen
and questioned abmtt it
Mrs. Qulnn told the pollc that sh was
awakened In the night by a pistol report
and found her husband shot In bed be
side her: that' th form of a. man was
dlscernable In th dim light from th
street lamps; and that the stranger took
something Ilka 1M from beneath the
murdered ruun' pillow.
A revolver belonging to on of bar
roomer, and missed by htm some time
before th tragedy was Jound behind a
bathtub, however, and on chamber of
th revolver had been discharged. This
and averal minor details of th woman's
story aroused suspicion.
Mrs. Qulnn' history, as revealed by
her and by witnesses la aa follows: Her
maiden nam was Jane Taylor and aba
cam from Canada. Bhe waa married to
John Mcl)oaald In London, Ontario, Oc
tober S. McDonald died September
I J. 19C1. and a coroner' Inquest held that
his death was natural. Thirty-five daya
later ah married Warren Thorpe In Bass
Lak. Mich. Thorp was shot seventeen I
months afterwards, one morning while
he was tying a shoe lace preparatory to
visiting his eon. Bhe was married to John
Qulnn in Kalamazoo, Mich., In January,
VMS. Bho conducted a boarding house
there. Qulnn was a motorman.
Charles E. Thorpe, a mall carrier of
Jackson, Mich., and son of the woman'
second husband, was a leading witness
at the Inquest today. Other Information
waa given by a aon-ln-law of the elder
Thorpe and by roomers In the Qulnn
'. Mrs. Qulnn said she would go on the
stand and relate all her matrimonial ci
FRANKE GIVES BANQUET
OVER NEW GIRL'S ARRIVAL'
As a birthday present, the stork y
terday afternoon presented Charles A,
Franke, manager of the Krug theater,
with a baby slrl. In celebration e twm.
event. Manager Franke last night en
tertained th member of th Yank
Doodle Olrls company, now playing at
the Krug, at a banquet held after tha
how on the theater stage.
Very Special Drug Prices for Saturday
at Omaha's Big Drug Store
Sixteenth and Farnam Sts.
Every item quoted in this advertisement sell regularly for
twico what we ask for them on Saturday. Remember we have
only one store ami the most conveniently located drug shop in
TorxrT ABTictrs roa sattbdat.
We have ;nade arran ifenienti with
O. C Blttner ,4 to., of Toledo. Ohio, tor
a very special sale on Dr. Hebra's V iola
Cream, etc. Ch-ie are many new crcu.ii.'
on the market, but none any better than
the old time ViUU made for many
1 box Dr. Hebra's Viola Cream SOo
1 box Dr. ileora'e Viola Skin Soap S5j
1 box Dr. Hebra's Viola Face Powder 85c
All three artl-lea put up In an Attn
attractive parage for 40b
Jl BO t'reme Simon, No. 1 . $1 OS
tl.Ot) Oreme sinion. No 1! ..70o
too Creine Hltr.on, No. S 3so
EOc C'reme Simon tubes .'350
$1.00 I'ondre .-I mon. all colors '.76c
60a Poudre t-inion, all color .' 8 So
GOc Simon ?oap, 1 box of S bars. . .il.23
t'reir.w 81m m is one of the most de
lightful Imported creaina Hold. We have
a free sample of ell the above which we
will be glad to give to Interested cus
tomers. 6O0 Myers' Almond Cream 85o
Myers' lienio Cream 950
25o Dr. ;rHV&" Tooth Pa.ste 13o
i5o Dr. Dyonn' Tootli Powder l9o
25c 8anltol Tooth 1'aHte 14o
ifio hanltol p'ace Cream 14a
25o r-anltol Tooth Powder f.l4o
26c Sanltol Uiqukl. email 14o
1 lb. Powdered Pure Borax 7o
60c Java Hire Powder, all colors ...19a
il.OO Patent Medicines BSo
(Including ull foreijrn and domestio
articles noli evervwliere )
83.50 rountaln Pecs, 97o
Over on hundred kinds to select from.
Every conceivable kind of pure candv and manv kinds.
perhaps, that you haven't conceived are made fresh everv day
in our Confectionery department Bonbons, Chocolates. Cara-
1- A fi T Jl . .
i:ifis, iui tanuies me gTeaiesi Duncn or goodness in Omaha.
0o Butterscotch Wafers, per lb. ,.'.15e
(Oo Vrlaoess Sweets. Chocolates. ir
lb ' 5
EgTPtlaa Oaooolates, per lb. (1 and t-lh.
boxes only) SOo
Original Allearettl Creams, H to 6-lh.
Iioxrk tir tli. . dn.
Bayler's Candy, hi to 6-lb. boxes, per
Bcaool bay Obeeolat, per lit. 8O0
Including a pennant of any leading
college or our local schools, well worth
seventy-five centa. l'tnniuit fr alih
each pound box.
Pur V.niinnl ll.nl. fiiiB-a. - - Ik a .
sweet Apple Cider, per gaiion aoe
raxsH BAXTSO 1TTJTS.
Th new crop of nuts are now coming
to market and w have them alL
Almond, per lb SOo
1'ernus. per .b 800
( annew Nuts, per lb SOo
Filberts, per lb. 8O0
I'latarhlo Nuts, per lb. 810
Salted Peanuts, per lb 300
When von entertain and mnt iiuhi.!
confection ':all L'S ud
freah California Tlolata, per bunch 3So
Every Saturday until further notice
we will have a ahlpinent of th abov
direct from California.
Myers-Dillon Drug Co.
Sixteenth and Farnam Sts.
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