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See Connection Between Pa
cific Fleet and Shantung
Discussion People Confi
dent of Future Greatness.
By the Associated Press.
" Tokio, Sept. 11. Developments
In relation to the Shantung ques
tion form the supreme subject , of
discussion here. The general atti
tude of the Japanese is to calmly
await the final action by, the United
States senate.
Some of the members of the Diet
are reported to be addressing anx
ious inquiries to the government
regarding the situation. They ask
l . i .1 f t:. j c . t - i:t 1
to enforce By arms a possible new
treaty, with Germany returning
Shantung directly to China.
Those who have addressed the
inquiries to the government are said
to be profoundly impressed by the
assignment of half the United States
navy to the racihc and to be in
clined to establish a connection be
tween the coming of the fleet and
the Shantung decision.
Interests Expand in Asia.
The end ol the war finds the
Japanese striving with traditional
unity to expand the nation's inter
ests in Asia. Premier Hara, speak
ing yesterday at a luncheon in
honor of former Premier Saionji,
head of the Japanese peace delega
tion at Paris, said:
"JaPan' prestige has been greatly
enhanced by the peace conference.
' The nation should realize and be
inanKiui tor me uci inai an japan s
proposes were favorably received
with the exception of the one re
lating to racial equality."
A wave of elation and confidence
In Japan's future greatness seems
to be sweeping the empire. In a re
cent address Ikuso Ooka, president
of the house of representatives,
aid :
"World leadership, is now in
America, but it is hound later to
ha transferred to Tanan."
urges country to blow up.
v 4 a r "v i t
Kepiying io .m. uoKa s speecn,
Takeshi Inukai, leader of the Koku
minto party, addressing his follow
ers, demanded a slowing tip of Ja
pan's advance on the ground that it
is not strong enough at present to
successfully combat western powers
in any sense."
As far as Shantung is concerned
officials take the view that they
have "gone the limit in magnanim
ity" and whatever happens will
"steadfastly adhere to the program
of restoration of the province to
China." Pressed for an estimate as
to the time that wilTbe required for
this restoration, officials have said
to the correspondent:
May Return Shantung.
"If China will take the discussion
in a fair spirit restoration can prob
ably be accomplished in a few
months. Japan would want arrange
ments for an international settle
ment providing for joint operation
of the Shantung railway with Jap
anese instructors for the Chinese
railroad and agreement concerning
Shantung enterprises in which the
Japanese have already-invested capi
tal." They have added that no demands
wifT be submitted to China as a
condition to restoration.
"How can we fix the exact date
for restoration?" said one official,
"when we do not know whether
China will talk with us nor how long
they will require to reach an accord
on matters relative to which we
have made so many concessions?"
Doctor Arrested for
Murder in California
Nogales, Ariz., Sept. 11. Dr.
tames E. Thompson was arrested
ere today by A. G. Barber, deputy
customs inspector, and held for
Oakland. Cal., authorities. Oakland
police officials who were here work
ing on the case said Dr. Thompson
was wanted on a murder charge.
He waived extradition and started
for Oakland late today in custody
of officers.
Dr. Thompson, who has been
practicing medicine at Cananea,
Sonora, tor the last seven months,
was enroute to San Bias, Sinaloa,
and arrived in Nogales, Sonora, last
right He came across the line into
thv United States today to make
tome purchases, was recognized and
Steel Men Expect Wilson
to Stop Threatened Strike
Washington. Sept. 11. With a
strike of organized steel workers
called to take effect September 22
in disregard of President Wilson's
request that the unions postpone
, action pending the forthcoming in
dustrial conference, speculation as
to the next development in the sit
uation centered today on the pos
sibility of the president again taking
a hand in the matter, either to urge
reconsideration of the strike order
by union officials or to endeavor to
secure a hearing for the unions by
the United States Steel corpora-
tl(The strike was called yesterday
'by the executive council of the 24
unions embraced in the steel in
dustry. i:i-i aa: MJtlt
u fi lieu mine uvuiiscio
Against One Big Union
rwlanH. O.. SeDt. 11. The con
tention of the United Mine Work
ers of America went on record
Thursday against "the one big
union, I. W. W. and kindred move-
sharp condemnation of these radi
cal tendencies. The question arne
ud during the consideration 6f the
report of President Lewis. A com
mittee recommendation approving
the action of the international exec
utive in revoking the charter of the
i f minprc fnr inimncr
the "one big union" organized at
Winnipeg this summer, was adopted
with only one dissenting .vote. It
was stated that 95 per cent of the
seceders were now back in the
miners' ' organization.
Bee" Want Ads -' are business
Omahan, First Yank
To Enter Metz Fort,
Returns to This City
h 4 '4 AIL M
Lt. S. A. Young has returned to
Omaha after a year's service with
the second army headquarters de
tachment in France. He has the dis
tinction of being the first American
to eiuer the fortress at Metz after it
was vacated by the Germans. He
was also present when General Per
shing and President Wilson visited
the famous stronghold.
While serving as a staff officer
during most of his time in France,
Lieutenant Young was one of the
fortunate ones permitted to attend
Nancy university, one of the leading
schools in France.
He had charge of the First Meth
odist church choir in Council Bluffs
before he entered the service.
Divorced Wife Asks
More Money Because
of High Cost Living
Mrs. Nellie Nordquist filed suit in
district court yesterday to compel
her divorced husband, Samuel O.
Nordquist, to increase his monthly
payments for the supporCof their
child from $15 to $50 because of the
increased cost of living.
The divorce was granted to her
August 21, 1916. She received $500
alimony and an order for $15 a
month for their child, then 13 years
old. She says her husband's busi
ness as a real estate broker has be
come so good that he can easily af
ford to pay $50 a month and that
because of the higher cost of living
and the educational requirements of
the daughter this sum is needed.
Omaha K. of C. Council
Elects New Officers
The Omaha council of Knights
of Columbus held its annual elec
tion Tuesday evening, the present
grand knight, Francis P. Matthews,
being relected. '
The incoming officers will have
charge of the erection of the pro
posed new club house. Definite
plans of building and location will
be announced shortly.
Officers elected for year begin
ning October 1 are: Grand knight,
Francis P. Matthews; deputy grand
knight, J. E. Fitzpatrick; chancel
lor, P. C. K. Boland; advocate,
Judge Holmes; financial secretary,
W. A. Leary; recorder, A. L. Tam
islea; treasurer, J. E. Johnston;
warden, Jerry Maher; inside guard,
John O'Neill; outside guard, Frank
Preston; trustee, D. H. Greedon.
Veteran Railroad Conductor
Dies From Injuries In Fall
Denny O'Brien, one of the oldest
conductors on the Missouri Pacific
road, died early yesterday at the
home of his brother, W. P. O'Brien,
3502 Pine street, as the result of in
juries received in a fall down a
stairway in the O'Brien home two
days ago.
Mr. O'Brien's home was in St.
Louis and he came to Omaha to
visit his brother. He is survived by
a son, Walker O'Brien, of Los Ange
les, and a. daughter, Helen O'Brien,
of San Francisco.
The body will be taken to Sedalia,
Mo.. -Jor burial.
Downing Street's Agents Re
port Move That Threatens
to Overthrow Trotzky
Lenine Combine.
Cnlrersal Bcrvim Staff Correspondent.
Special Cable DUpmleh,
London, Sept. 11. Through con
fidential and official sources the
British foreign office has learned
the first news of a definite rupture
among the Russian bolsheviki.
Advices received from British
agents reveal in detail an open re
bellion against the central soviet
government which threatens to over
throw the Lenine-Trotsky combine.
Threaten to Overthrow Rule.
Certain members of the Russian
soviet who have no sympathy with
the extreme radical views of the
present leaders of the Moscow gov
ernment, have declared themselves
against Lenine and threaten to set
up a new form of communist power.
According to the British foreign
office, this is the most important
announcement from Russia in
months and may have the greatest
influence on the future course of
events there.
"We have reason to believe in the
absolute veracity of this report,"
said an official' at Downing street.
"The information comes from a re
liable man who was able to obtain
in the past the truth of the Russian
"If it is true, it will have a most
important bearing on the turn of
events in Russia."
May Influence British Plan.
Asked whether it would influence
the British withdrawal from Rus
sia, the official said the matter has
not been discussed, but that it
might influence British plans.
"Russia is the biggest matter now
demanding the attention of the Brit
ish foreign office," he said. "We are
devoting practically all our time to
it. There is no question that it is
most serious, and I cannot empha
size too much the importance of the
rupture within the bolshevik ranks."
Confirmatory to some extent of
this information is what the Russian
correspondent of The Nieuew Rot
terdamsche Courant has to say. He
has just arrived at Berlin after two
months in Russia. He declares the
Lenine-Trotzky-Tchitcherin trium
virate is no longer all-powerful,
Tchitcherin being too friendly to the
entente to please his colleagues.
The correspondent asserts Dser
sinski, head of the 'Russian secret
police, which has spies -and agents
everywhere, is now the most pow
erful man in the country, overshad
owing Trotzky who controls the
army. "Neither Lenine nor Tch
itcherin holds any power," he said.
"Lenine is closely guarded in the
Kremlin and Trotzky hasn't been in
Moscow for many months."
Masked Bandits Kill Four
Miners in Colorado Mine
Telluride, Colo., Sept. 11. Four
miners were shot and killed and a
fifth was shot and badly wounded in
the Tomboy mine near here early
today by two unidentified masked
men, who escaped. Four men and a
woman, whose names had not been
ascertained at an early hour this aft
ernoon, are under arrest.
Discourage Government
, Employes From Striking
New York, Sept. 11. Government
employes national, state and mu
nicipal are discouraged by the
American Federation of Labor from
striking to obtain their demands,
Matthew Woll of Chicago, repre
senting the federation in the ab
sence of its t president, Samuel
Gompers, said in an address at the
industrial conference of the National
Civic federation here Thursday.
Batiano Regime Has
Fallen in Roumania
Vienna. Sept. 11. (By The Asso
ciated Press.) The Batiano cabinet
in Roumania has fallen, according
to unofficial reports which reached
Vienna from Bucharest today. Take
Jonescu is said to be forming a new
27 Sailors Die When ;:
Vessel rounders in
Hurricane in Gulf
Miami, Fla., Sept. 11. Twenty
seven members of the crew of ths
Ward line steamer Corydon lost
their lives when the vessel foun
dered in the Bahamia channel in
the hurricane which passed over
Florida Tuesday. Survivors cling
ing to a life boat drifted ashore at
Cape Florida this morning.
The survivors, numbering nine,
reported all but one of the ljfe boats
were pulled under by the suction
of the sinking vessel.
Capt. C. O. Christiansen and a
number of the seamen went down
with the ship. The Corydon was
loaded with 23,850 bags of sugar,
bound from Cuba for New York.
"Bayer Tablets of Aspirin" to be
genuine must be marked with the
safety "Bayer Cross." Always buy
an unbroken Bayer package which
contains proper directions to safely
relieve Headache, Toothache, Ear
ache, Neuralgia, Colds and pain.
Handy tin boxes of 12 tablets cost
but a few cents at drug stores
larger packages also. Aspirin is the
trade mark of Bayer Manufacture
of Monoaceticacidester of Salicyl
ijacid. Adv.
To Keep Your Skin
Free From Hairs
(Beauty Topics)
If you are willing to spend a few
minutes time in your room using a
delatone paste, you can easily ban
ish any ugly, hairy growth without
discomfort or injury. The paste is
made by mixing some water with a
little powdered delatone. This is
then spread over the hairy surface
and after about 2 minutes rubbed
off and the skin washed. Too will
not be -disappointed with this treat
ment, providing you get real dela
tone, Adr,
nHMBsai mmm
This is money-savers' headquarters,
and the September sales make it even
more important. "How is it possible in
times when the price of everything is ad
vancing to offer desirable merchandise
at such reasonable prices?" is a question
that we hear daily. The answer is, our
enormous buying power.
1000 Nrs of Women's Shoes
Good Values and Styles
Specially Priced Friday
filVE this offering your highest consideration if you
" have a footwear need at all. Prices of Shoes are high
nowadays and will be higher, at least market conditions
show no relief, so our advice is to take advantage of this
opportunity and supply yourself amply. Here's the de
scription of the Women's Shoes in the sale Friday.
with Cloth Uppers, Vici Kid and Patent, high and low
heels, lace and button styles. A wonderful assortment,
in all sizes, but not all sizes in every style.
2.98 per pair
Bargains Galore in Children's Shoes
SHOES for school is one topic of interest to every parent and
also to the little folks, right now. The Friday Basement Sale of
children's shoes is an important one in that it enables every parent
to effect a notable saving.
O MALL Boys' Shoes made
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Friday bargains are numerous.
Trices are so unusually low that no per
son who desires to economize can afford
not to be here some time during the day.
The September sales in the Basement
are in full swing take advantage of
them to the fullest extent.
of gun meal, blucher and
plain lace styles, solid leather
soles and heels. 4 i
Sizes 9 to 13, at m
CHILDREN'S Button and
Lace Shoes, made of
plump vici kid, hand-turned
soles with and without heels.
Sizes 4 to 8, Bf
CHILDREN'S Dreis Shoes in the
following colors: All brown,
brown and light gray kid tops, light
tan and plain black kid, Aft
foot-form shapes, extensive afO
soles. Sizes 5 to 8, at
CHILDREN'S stitched
down shoes, made of
black leather, roomy and
comfortable. Lace styles.
Sizes 5 to 11 - ggl(;
Men's Union Suits
Medium weight and ribbed, in
ecru or gray, long sleeves, ankle
lengths. Sizes 34 to 46. Spe
cially priced at 4 JA
only laHTV
Ribbed Shirts and Drawers
For men, in ecru or gray, long
slaeves in shirts, drawers are
ankle length. Sizes up to 46.
Priced, per garment, Afl.
Men's Work Shirts
For men, genuine blue cham
bray work shirts, stoutly made
and full cut. Sizes 14 to 17.
Price per 4 AA
hirt I.UU
Fiber-Silk Hosiery
In the lace effects, seamless
and mock-seamed with double
soles, heels and toes, with lisle
garter tops. Colors: brown
and navy, also black 4
and white. Pair, Ia4aw
Silk-Lisle Hosiery
For women, in black, brown,
white and seal, with double
soles and garter tops. fiCj
Pair, - 09 C
Cotton Hosiery
For children, in black, brown
and white, fine ribbed and
heavy ribbed in black. PA
All sizes. Pair, wUC
IVarner Corsets
At a Very Special Price
For Misses and
Slender Women
who enjoy corset comfort and gracefulness
and that means every woman will find
this assortment corsets particlarly
suitable for them. Low top style,
free hip and long over hip. Each,
Corset Waists
For Young Girls
THESE model button in the back and are
quite long waisted, well taped and corded.
A type of waist that is very desir- mm m
able for girls ' of ages ranging SC
from 10 to 16 years. Each, "WW
RET BANDEAUS, in back-closing style, spe
cial at 15.
alias for ioys
(IA E SHOULD worry" about the high cost of boys' ap
" parel, however hard boys are on their clothes, when
the pleasant fact that Brandeis Bargain Basement is "on
the job" and ever so glad to make a saving for you. Just
take-jjote that you can get your boy a suit
With Two Pairs of Pants at
Latest I (O)B50 I Good
Styles I Values
Jf VERY suit has an extra pair of trousers, which prae
fc tically doubles the wear of the suit We havt most any
kind of a suit you or your boy would prefer, waist-line
models in gray, brown and blue mixtures. Pants are full
lined throughout. Sizes 8 to 17.
Plain-Color Silkoline
36 inches wide, in all the
wanted plain colors for com
forter coverings, draperies, etc.
full standard qual- QC
ity, at yard feVV
Outing Flannel
27 inches wide, in the wanted
shades, including pink and
blue, long mill lengths and
regular 35c quality at
yard fcVv
Outing Flannel
36 inches wide, with heavy,
warm, fleecy nap in white and
assorted colors and patterns,
a splendid value, per AA .
yard VvC
Westmoreland Cretonne
36 inches wide, in a big as
sortment of pretty patterns and
colors, correct weight for com
forter covering, etc., ftft'n
at yard aVvv
Fancy Tapestry Cretonne
36 inches wide, and 36-inch
printed French cambric, beauti
ful colorings for draperies,
fancy work, etc., mill j C
lengths; yard TrWV
Dress Gingham
Genuine 32-inch Renfrew make
in pretty plaids, checks, stripes,
etc., 10 to 20-yard Ag.
lengths, at yard for OUv
Dress Percale
36 inches wide, also suitable for
making wrappers, shirts, etc., in
light and dark colors and the
new fall patterns, Ag"
it yard VVV
Dress Gingham
Genuine York and Everett
Classic qualities in beautiful
plaids, checks and stripes,
hundreds of pieces to OJC
selcet from, yard &VV
Velour Flannel
36-inch fancy printed in beau
tiful printings suitable for
bath robes, house dresses, ki
monos, etc., (long mill
lengths), at yard - VVV
Fancy Scrim
One table of it in the plain and
colored designs; exceptionally
good values, per yard Qq
50 pieces of nice assortment
of patterns ahd colorings, 36
inches wide, very spe-
cial; per yard, Friday
Wool-Fiber Rugs
9x12, pretty patterns, only a
limited quantity, therefore, we
advise early selection. Every
one is a remarkable
bargain; special Friday
Scrim and Voile .
Fancy designs, 36 inches wide,
good patterns. An unusual of
fering for Friday. You should
take advantage of it. 4A.
Per yard IwC
You'll like this offering of
draperies and curtain remnants.
Good values, arranged on one
big table. Very l All
special Friday 3
Wool Dress Goods
Serges, Plaids, Mixtures, Novel
ty weaves etc.; ZVi to 5 yard
lengths; suitable for dresses,
skirts, Children's and Misses'
frocks. These are mill rem
nants. Good values, per A A
yard Friday QvC
A Sale off Blouses
Georgette, Crepe de Chine, Tub Silk, Jap Silk
and a Few White and Colored Cotton Blouses
Unusually Low Priced
II WELCOMING Sale of Blouses, in
deed. Just as luck would have
it, and beneficial to you as well as
us, we made a purchase of odds,
etc., of a mail order house at a con
cession we considered too good to
pass up. So here they are, exquis
itely designed Blouses, 600 in all.
We recommend early choosing on
this occasion.
The Silk Blouses
3.50 to $6 Values -
II ERY handsome. rifftit-uD-to-
date models. We doubt the f
possibility of you being able to do
better again this season, even here.
So Friday morning if you want to
make a good saving, be here. Each-
U $2.8S
I f 1 I l
,7 f VI
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The Cotton Blouses
$1 to 1.50 Values
COTTON Blouses la white and
. colors and the combinations
a 1.00 to 1.50 value. All good
styles and we suggest you had bet
ter stock up and make use of this
splendid opportunity. Each
at (g9c
YES Fall replenishing will soon' begin, and
wall papering usually is an important part
and the arising question is where can the most
beautiful designs, the best quality the kind
that is priced right be gotten. It's right
here in Brandeis Bargain Basement and a
glance over a few of the different patterns
will convince you of the fact.
OATMEAL Papers, 30 inches wide, in all
colors, sold with cut-out borders m.
to match; per roll, II
I IGHT and Dark Papers, suitable for dining
rooms, living rooms, parlors, any room
in the house, shown with cut-out bor- Am.
ders to match; per roll, at II
ILT Papers in new designs and colorings,
each have a cut-out border to llJm
match; in two lots, priced at 12 He and Q
i ITCHEN Block and Granite ' Papers,
new heavy stock; per roll,
ANOTHER lot of good papers, suitable for
" every room in the house, at a very
low price, per roll, 3 C
Lisle Hosiery
Also cotton hosiery for children,
in black and white, fine and
medium ribbed. OCh
Pair, 9Q
Cotton and Lisle Socks
For men, in black and colors,
seamless. Also the OELt
Sockford Sock. Pair,
Silk Camisoles
Fancy lace-trimmed in Jap
silk and washable satin. All
sizes, worth 1.39 to AA.
1.49; only fIC
Gingham Petticoats
Full length, made of striped
gingham. Worth $1 or more,
but you can get them SA
here Friday for VwC
Girls' Bungalow Aprons
C9c to 1.00 values they come
in several different styles and
all the wanted colors, M A
well made, at 4vC
Fancy Outing Flannel
Extra heavy quality, long,
fleecy nap, in assorted patterns
and colorings and worth 30c a
yard. Special, at OK I
yard, vC
Shirting Madras
36 inches wide, in a big variety
oi new ian siyies in both satin
stripe and Kussian cord
effects. Special at, yd.,
Women's Knit Underwear
Remarkable Values
HNION Suits, women's cotton fleeced, high
neck and long sleeves, or Dutch neck and
elbow sleeves, both being in the ankle length
and both in regular and extra
sizes. Special, per suit,
WOMEN'S Vest and
Pants in the tuck
stitch, slightly fleeced, in
all sizes, each, Qq
DOYS' Union Suits, cot
ton fleeced, in cream
color and sizes from 20
to 34, per suit, ti AA
AIRLS' Union Suits,
" white cotton fleeced,
in sizes from 2 to J1 A A
16 years, per suit,
CHILDREN'S Vests and
v Pants in white and
cream, cotton fleeced,
ribbed material, in sizes
2 to 16 years, per CA
garment, ,M'V