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Kilpatrick to Succeed Hinkey at Yale?
SEES RENEWED HARMONY
AMONG ALL SCHOLARS
BERLIN. Oct. 15-TMt th extsUns:
estrangement between the fmJ man
pf Germany and thou of the ctnintrlf
with irhtrh ft l at war will not prove
pertnarmnt. U the, belief of Vrot. von
WttltamowHs-Moellrniiorrt. the new rec
tor of the Berlin unlveralt jr.
In Ms tnirre,l a44ri Mtweree) to
rt jr, while eipreoMnc In a realirned way
the con notion that he and others of Hit
; Me would die without seeing harmony ' to he able to atuit themselves off for
pel learned men to pome together)
Wlllamowlts Moellcndorff I aH
trongly oppoeed to Germans trying t
entabUah a taboo agalnut foreign Ian.
images and hooka whatever foreign peo
ple do In that dlrectloa agalnat Oer
many. rexfored between tha scholars of the hellt
(ereat countrtaa, he aeaerted hla faith
tftat the) yoanjrer men of thla veneration
will live to eee 1L He armied that the
learned men of any one nation are too
dependent upon thoee of other nations
Ions; from Intelloctual give-and-take with
nen who are at present their enemlea.
Most ferme of aclentlfle worli. ha said,
oaanot be pursued without the uee of
forelan materials and foreign Inveatl
tatlnna; and thla very fact wilt corn
We are the home and dltHhnt1n
KzcIniriTe distributors tot Patrick
$10.00 to $15.00
point of 8oclety Brand. Hlrsh-Wlck-lre
and Schloss Proa. Suits and
$20.00 to $40.00
ver stocks and
Ken Lots o:
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. Speculation la life at New Haven aa
to the man who will succeed Frank
Hinkey aa head coach of the Tale
foot ball team. That Hinkey will not
be retained! for next year la a foregone
conclusion. At present Johnny Kilpat
rick, one of the greatest ends ever
turned out at Tale, is being boomed for
the Job. Kilpatrick has large business
interesta and It is a question whether
o VV v
Tale can offer him sufficient Induce
ments to cause him to give up so much
of his time, aa will be required by a
Bvery year aince hla graduation Kil
patrick haa assisted in the coaching- at
New Haven. He knows modem foot ball
as well aa any coach in the business,
haa plenty of aggresslvenees and haa
shown himself possessed of good teach
STIEHM GRINS AS
BEAR MILL GRINDS
i Nebraska Coach Triei to Tell Mail
Meeting Hawkeyei Are Danger
ous, but Grin Givei Him Away.
I FLANS FOB BIG HOMECOMING
LINCOLN, Neb., Nov. 19. (Spe
cial.) The last "pep" rally of the
season Jammed Memorial hall yester
day with 1.000 yelling students to
kick up a little enthusiasm forthe
Guy Reed. Prof. C. A. Robblns,
Secretary Walter Whltten of the Lin
coln Commercial club, Prof. Barbour,
who has not missed a foot ball game
at Nebraska In twenty-two years, Dr.
Condra and Coach Jumbo Stlehm all
spoke briefly, but the members of the
team feigned bashfulness and refused
; to be drawn eren to the platform.
Coach Btlehm had his "bear" factory
working on the eve of the Iowa game.
There'a no telling what will happen,"
the Nebraska mentor ventured. "Iowa is
V coming to beat us. She has pointed all
season for this game."
Then, unfortunately, Stlehm Indulged
In one of hla rare grins.
Three Special Trains.
Guy Reed told of the arrangements for
the "home-coming" and said that
i three special trains would bring hun
' dreda of alumni to Lincoln. A large
number of additional social featurea
have been added to the "home-coming
program" by the fraternltiea and sorori
ties, nearly every one of which will hold
some kind of party.
Nearly as large an advance sale aa
for the Notre Dame game is reported
by Manager Reed, who expecta every
seat will be filled. It will be Captain
Rutherford a last game In a Cornhuaker
uniform) and special preparations are
I being made to do him honor.
The squad is keeping out of the llme
light pretty well this week, all prac
. tlce being behind closed doors. Btlehm
let It be known that his team was in
fine shape and should be well prepared
to entertain the Hawkeyes with a new
assortment of formations Saturday
Wind Cheats Ruth
of Record Drive at
New York Grounds
"Babe" Ruh. the young porteide.
flinger of the worlds champion Red
Sox. barely missed duplicating Joe Jack
son's wonderful feat of driving the ball
over the urper tier of the Polo grounds
recently. Ruth, who can hit a ball aa
hard as any player In the big leagues,
caught one of Alln Rusiells slitters
on the seam aud the ball traveled high
and far in the air.
For a moment or two it looked as if
the erhere would find a restng place
on the outtl&'e of til Hruh tallum. but
the wind carried the la'.l over to one
side and it landed on the top of a flag
pole on foul territory.
If the wind had boen Mowing in the
other dlrec Ion the hall wjuld have
easily cleared the upper tier and Ruth
would have shared with Jarkson the
honor of being the only player to knock
the ball over the upper tier of the right
field grand stand for a home run.
and the coaches expect their charges to
put up a good article of foot ball.
New York Golfers i
. Promote Three-Ply
Autumn Team Match
NEW YORK, Nov. 18.-Well known,
golfers have expressed their pleasure
at the suggestion that the Long Island,
Westchester county and New Jersey
sectlona arrange an annual three cor
nered team match. Among the first to
be heard from was Robert C. Watson,
former president of the United States
Mr. Watson declare that a cometltlon
of this kind would be Interesting and
thinks that It would tend to atlmulate
a healthy rivalry and to promote socia
bility. He prefers singles and four-ball
matchos rather than singles and four
somes, and expresses a preference for
a spring date.
Mr. Clifton Mabon, a former official In
the Metropolitan Golf association. Is an
other who favors the Idea, but he pre
fers singles and foursomes as against
singles and four-ball matches. Further
more, he thinks an autumn date is pre
Hold Turkey Shoot
at Carter Lake Gun
Club This Sunday
One of the big trap shooting events of
the season will be held at the Carter
Lake Gun club traps Sunday, when the
annual turkey shoot will be staged. The
Carter Lake Gun club extends a cordial
Invitation to all trap shooters to attend
the event, which will start a 10 n'clock
In the morning and continue throughout
the day. Hot coffee, soup, turkey sand
wiches and other choice eatables will be
served all day, so that the marksmen can
make a day of It and enjoy themselves
to the utmost. The Carter Lake turkey
shoot is an annual event to which Omaha
shooters always look forward to with
keen anticipation. Special attention will
be paid to the proper classification of all
shooters taking part.
Commerce High to
Play at Ida Grove
The High School of Commerce eleven
will play Ida Grove (la.) High school at
Ida Grove Thanksgiving day. The Ida
Urovo lads wanted to arrange a game
for Turkey day with an Omaha school,
and as the Commerce lads had no game
for that day they accepted the Iowans'
offer. Ma Grove ) said to have a swell
foot ball .squad this year, with a team
that will outweigh the Omaha lads eon
siderably, but the local athletes are will
ing to take a chance with anybody and
expect to make the Iowans fight for their
A "For Sale" ad wtn turf econd-hanO
furniture into cash.
Blair to Meet the
Commerce Lads Here
The Blair H'gh school will be the op
ponent of the 111k;i P'-hool of Commerce
at Luxus park Saturday afternoon. The
game mill be called at i-X- Blair is aaid
to have a fast team this year and s
confident of a victory over the locals.
Tha Commerce squad has been showing
t improvement In aortmnjage of late
No War with Japan.
PETTLE. Waeh., Nov. 19. Fifty years
of close contact with Japanese poil ics
J . . . K i .i a 1c t nar,,n V.I ' r I LV.I.
1111 I I 1 1 I I V I I , " l-M . " I . V . . I . . . ,,t-
hiifama to the belief that the pollr-lea of
the I'nUed states and Jaian eventuully
will be brought Into perfect harmony
without recourse to force of arms.
DRINK HOT TEA
FOR A BAD COLD
Get a small package . of Hamburg
Breast Tea. or aa the German folks call
It. "Hamburger Brust Thee." at an)
pharmacy. Take a tableapoonfu! of the
tea. put a cup of boiling water upon It.
pour through a sieve and drink a teacup
full at any time. It la the most effective
wsy to break a cold and cure grip, as It
opens the pores, relieving congestion
Also loosens the bowels, thus breaking a
cold at once.
It is inexpensive and entirely vegetable,
therefor hamilaa--advert Uetneut
HigBn Grade S
nits aid Overcoat
On Sale Saturday at a Saving of From
$4.00 to $12.50
Tho fabrics in theso suits do not belong in the $11, $14 or $19 class, even
at Brandeis Stores, where these prices are the class all the time. We pur
chased them direct from the mills at far below the prevailing prices, be
cause the makers over-estimated their market and accumulated overstocks.
All the new feature soft roll collar classy innovations in
, lapels sporty pockets soft roll vests some with flapped
pockets on them others plain overcoats in dressy, loose-fit'
ting balmacaan styles heavy and light overcoats and a
tremendous range of choice in fabrics, patterns and colors.
These clothes are just as much in advance of the average for style as the
entire proposition is in advanco of the average for value. Cash in on a good
opportunity. The suits anjd overcoats are divided into three lots at
c , s w tin I.
4 U k cLJa
AH 'oar broken lots of Schloss Bros., Sophomore and R. W. Butts find Overcoats in this sale.
Exclusive Distributors for
800 Pair Men's and Af TPrTaO
Younff Mens Pure I Kl II INKKaS
Worsted and Oassimere
On salo Saturday in Three Big Lota:
Lot 1 Lot 2 Lot 3 '
$1.98 $2.98 :. $3.98
Men's Khaki Pants, 69a, 98o, $L50 and $198.
Omaha headquarters for Fur Lined Coats, a saving of
from $5.00 to $15.00 on each coat, tO $85
1,200 Blue Sorgo Suits, regu- Genuine All-Wool Mackinaw
&-.$17- S..5 and 72
Attention to Some Big Values in Men's Furnishings
More Than 2,000
Union Suits From
Well Known Makers
Samples and Seconds, in natural
gray, flesh and blue colors; silk
and wool mixed. These union suits
sell regularly at $4.75;
About 50 dozen
Union Suits, in
fine natural gray
ribbed wool; full
Values to $3.98,
sale prioe Satur
Union Suits, sam
ples and seconds,
in grey, ecru and
Values. to $2.00,
75c and 95c
About 75 Dozen Men's
All-Wool Sweater Coats
Sample lines, in all .colors and sizee.
Worth to $5.00; on sale tr rf
Hand-Made Swetr Ooata, the well known
Weber make. In all the new anadea. Worth to
$10.00, aale price r- qq and fe7 rr
Saturday j070 D iOU
Men's Fine Grade Mad
ras and Percale Shirts
In new and seasonable patterns. Regular $1.50
values, Saturday. ..
Hose, in black,
tan and dark gray.
Regular prioe 25c,
A new lot of
regular 50o val
New Lots of the .Manufacturer's Samples and Over
stock of Dress and Street Gloves, in all the desirable shades,
lined and unlined. All sizes. Values to aa
$2.00; Saturday leUU
The Fur That Keeps the
A sealskin cap is equal to the job of keeping the frost
from your ears and neck; made to look right and feel
right in all winter weather.
Genuine Sealskin Caps, at $3.65 up to $15.09
Natural Muskrat Caps $3.95 and $5.00
Nearseal Caps, at $2.50 and $3.50
Black Russian Squirrel Cap's $1.95
Boys' and Children's New
Fall and Winter Ileadwear,
chinchillas, plush, velvets and
fine worsteds, at 25c &1 f
49c, 65c, andupto..pl3U
Stylish Hats for Men
Brandeis Stores are better
equipped to supply your wants
than any other store in the
west; here you are not confined to any one make or style,
but have the best the world produces to choose from.
The Famous John B. Stetson Boft aud Stiff Hata,
for $3.50 d 85.00
"Mayo" Soft aud Stiff Hats, sold here excluaitel). Ileat
ht made, for 33.00
"liraudrts Special" Bolt and titlff Hats.- SiS.OO
Men's Caps 65c
Sample lines of Men's Winter Caps, fur in
side bands; $1.00 values, Saturday
Men's Fine Shoes With a Price Appeal
Men's $3.50 and
$4 Shoes, $2.85
About 350 Pairs of Men's Fine
Shoes, gun metal calf or vici kid,
with cushion soles; button or lace.
Wide, .roomy lasts, oak soles, all
Goodyear welt Btitched
All sizes; special at.
We are sole agents in Omaha
for Hurley Bros.' Fine Shoes for
Men; custom bench made; all the
new lasts. Imported tan or black
Russian calfskins. All widths,
AA to E, pair,
Saturday's Special, $1.00 Footballs 85c
A few more Single
Barrel Shot Guns,
the $5.00 kind, at
Barrel Shot Guns, 12,
16 and 20 gauge.
Regular $10 $795
vnlnfis at . ' .
Get Our Team Prices on Basket Ball Suits
See "Brandeis Special" Basket Ball Shoes, r& r I Other Shoes
they are the most perfect on the n B I for Basket
market today, at XJ Ball) at
"Everything lor the Sportsman"
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