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TI1E BEE: OMAHA. SATUKDAY, OCTOBER 14. 1311.
Saturday We Inaugurate by Far tha Most Important
Ladies9 Suit Sale
Of the Season
Actual $25 and $27.50 Qualities
Price hammered down to
$8 Beposit, 81 CTeeldy
All sizes, Fashionable colors
Newest style effects.
On Sale Saturday
One day only
TREATIES WILL I
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TAFT SEES OREGON'S RICHES
Hospitable Folk Bring Offerings of
Fruits and Flowers.
OSEOOJI TO ENTES CANAL FIRST
WwlfM IVasaartty of - Coaatry
iMta Fvaaadaaf to Mjtke New
Plea (r ArbltratioB
ABHIAXD. Or., Oct 1A Hla voice
bit huslfy from constant use, but etju
strong. President Taft "spoke" bis way
dawn the Willamette valley aud across
tb gtat of Oregon today. For hour
tr hour bl: train traversed a land
that blossomed in flower and fruit and
tha talk who came to the little towna
where hi train paused, brought tribute
of. all aorta to the chief executive.
Tonight, with .the California Hue only
a, few miles away, the, presidential train
passed through Ashland. The president's
oar resembled the Interior of a florist
and green grocer's shop and the steward
bas accumulated enough fruit to furn
lah the president's table for days to
The scenery today was almost as pleas
ast to look upon as the fruit and flow
era. X few miles out tram Salem, the
at - stop of the day, the president got
look at Mount , Hood, which he told
the Portland Commercial club last night
be had beard of, but never seen.
For two hours the snow capped peak,
miles away, apparently only twenty feet
above. Its less, dignified neighbors, de
lighted his eyes.
Mr. Taft spoke on many subjects. He
declared several '. times ' that the old
battleship Oregon should be the first
vessel through the Panama ca&al, an
announcement that always brought forth
cheers. He spoke of, peace and arbltra
Uon and a half dozen other toploa The
V strain told a little on bis voice, but In
uoattons are by the time San Francisco
Is reached tomorrow, the president will
be speaking again with his full power.
The manifest prosperity of the coun
try through which he traveled led. the
president to make a new plea for arbi
"Ood has not given us this prosperity
and these nappy people all these condi
tions la which life Is so comfortable, in
which we are making material progress
sever before dreamed of," said the presi
dent, "unless be bas Intended to place
ay responsibility upon us to us these r.
Its Beneficial Effects;
Always Buy the Genuine
Sold by all leading
DneSlzo Only. 504 oBoifle
Pennetl Millinery Go,
NEW U. S. COMMISSIONER WHO IS
10 SUCCEED JUDGE ANDERSON.
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HZRBERT S. DANIEL.
source for the improvement of the en
tire world and we shall be lacking in
our appreciation of eur duty unless we
take the place In advance of the column
and say to the poor common people, and
the plain people of all the world, and
especially of Europe, where they' are
burdened down with armaments, 'we will
lead you on and will make every effort
possible to abolish that awful ours of
Judge W. H. Monger announced Friday
morning the appointment of Herbert S.
Daniel as United State commissioner, te
succeed the late Gustav Anderson. The
appointment followed a conference held
Thursday by Judge M linger with his
colleague, Judge T. C. Munger of Un.
Mr. Daniel was formerly city prose
cutor. He was admitted to practice In
the federal court In U03
C. F. BRECKENRIDGE DIES:
FUNERAL HELD FRIDAY
C. F. Breckenridge, on of th beet
known attorney in the county, father
of Attorney R. W. Breckenridge nd Mrs.
J. H. Sherwood of Omaha, died early
Wednesday morning at the home of Mr.
Sherwood, 1111 South Thirty-first street
He had been. in falling health for some,
Ume and a few months ago was Injured
In a street car accident.
He was 75. yoai old. He 1 survived by
three sons and three daughters. Ralph W.
Breckenridge of Omaha, Fred Brecken
ridge of San Francisco, Charles Brecken
ridge of Omaha, Mrs J. H. Sherwood of
Omaha and Mrs. M. B. Potter and Mrs.
Martha Millar , of Seattle, Wash.
Funeral services were held at the
Sherwood residence yesterdsy at 2
o'clock and the Interment was in Forest
Lawn cemetery: The pallbearers were:
A. T. Austin, Charles G.xut. William
Gurley, I. Slbbernsen, Dr. A. H Hippie
and J- 6. Wsdswortfa of Council Bluffs.
CIVIL SERVICE HEAD PAYS
OMAHA POSTMASTER CALL
John C. Black, president of the United
States Civil fervlre commission, spent
part of Thursday at the federal building,
calling on Postmatter Thomas. Custodian
Cadet Taylor and Mi Viola Coffin,
secretary of the civil service commission
General Black 1 the officer to whom
wa reported th cas or Postmaster
Thomas, .charged, by Carrier Dan T11
lotaon wi'h pernicious political activity.
His visit her Thursday, bo said was
purely informal. He merely ran ever
from Council Bluffs, where he had bnen
attending the reunion of the Army of
Th Kay to tb ftituarlea Th Bee's
would tend to keep trade with America,
rather than dJrert It to Kuropeaa mar
kets I mean the trade of the countries.
As tt ts now, a bug part of tb Honduras
trad, both export and Import, ta with
tha gulf ports of tha United 6 tale. Pare
and prosperity will largely lnorea this
trade, and with an American loan and
i our protection of tha contract w are sure
to retain our trade, which will Increase
instead of Its going to some other oountry.
This Is tha oorreot object and purpose of
diplomatic Begottaiten. Trad la not the
chief purpose of th oontraet, for, a I
have already explained, it Is to prmnote
pear In this part of th worM, a part of
tbe world so near the Panama canal as to
i-.lvr. us an additional geographical reason
I for desiring to eliminate revolution anl
warfare. As a matter of fact. It will io
duo our naval expenditure by diminish
ing th number of gunboat we have to
maintain in all this region. An examina
tion of our expenditure m this account
during tb last ftr year will shew that
this Is oroak arable.
Heaataa; f MiaiM Dwatrta.
"Aaothar argument against tb treaty
grow out of th continued discussion
of what tb Monroe dootrta means. It
has been said in favor of such treaties
as this that by virtu of tb Monroe
dectrtn all the countries ar mere or
less under aur guardianship; that we
have guaranteed. In a sans, their In
tegrity against Invasion by Ehiropean
countries; and that It Is. therefor, our
duty, where a Bur ope an country acting
for its own oklsens or subjects takes
forcible measure to collect their debts
from suoh rapubllca. to say: Tou must
keep off and w will undertake t prop
erly adjust your claims.' New. tt Is
this argument It seems te me. a much
as anything, that has aroused opposition
to th treatiea, because it proceeds upon
premise that are calculated to engender
discussion and dispute. Opponents ef the
argument say that no country has the
right to ua forcible measures to collect
the debts contracted with Its citizens by
a foreign government, and that tb po.
sit ion our government ought to tak is,
not to secure payment of the debt, but
merely to ssy. Tou can not take forcible
metasures for this pnrpose, because It
is in violation of the Monroe doctrine, and
that this Is far enough for th United
Stales to go.
"Further, It Is vigorously denied that
the Monroe doctrine requires the United
States to intervene In debt-collecting ex
peditions because they do not contem
plate the destruction of tb government
whose property is seised, but only tb
forcible collection of the debt. Mr. John
Bassett Moor points out that suob ex
peditions in the past have never Incurred
the condemnation of this government, or
Its oblection. on the ground that the
Monroe doctrine prevented it. He says
that doctrine Is limited solely to an in
vasion of the territory of the govern
ments In this hemisphere with th pur
pose of changing the form of govern
ment. I do not care what Is technically
Included In the Monro doctrine. Those
who look at our position In this hemi
sphere must recognize that In tb brother
hood of the twenty-one republics which
constitute what is called the 'Pan Ameri
can Union." the United States ts the most
powerful, the leading country, and all
must hope that through the Influence of
the United States and the other countries
at peace, those republics at war may b
brought to a state of peace. We hav
progressed beyond the time in civilisa
tion when we can stand up and say of
our neighbors that we hav no interest
whether they are at peace or at war.
We are neighbors of the Central Ameri
can republics. We have always felt It
Incumbent upon us to help them out of
their difficulties, and to Intervene and
Invent them from cutting each oUier's
Must Keep Peace La Panama.
"Our enormous Interest In Panama
only accentuates tb necessity for our
taking care that those countries so near
the Isthmus shall not be the seen of
warfare which might threaten th use
fulness of the canal. For many years It
has beon our function to Intervene her
lo protect foreign property, and to us
our . good offices to. bring about peace.
This Is the one spot In tb dvUlsed
world today where there Is more danger
of constant war than any other. - W ar
so situated with reference to thee Ov
republics that we are certain to get a
large part of the trade which peace and
the tranquil development must greatly
enlarge. Whether we take formal steps
to give us a right to intervene or not.
we shall have thrust upon us In almost
every quarter th ' necessity for Inter
vening. Is it not better that we should
step in with due authority and act with
directness and promptness to suppress
war than that we should allow It to go
on because we lack . authority to Inter
fere; and then, at the extremity, be
called in to use fore to prevent viola
tion of the rights of foreign nations
which always occurs at a certain point
In a revolution?
"I do not care to discuss the exact
boundary lines of the Monro doctrine.
It was announced In a message of Presi
dent Monroe, and was really directed
against th then existing Holy Alllanc
which It wa feared waa proposed to as
sist Spain In the subjugation of her lost
colonies In this ' hemisphere. They had
become republics and their Independence
had been recognised by the United Stales.
Ther waa a reference In th same mes
sage to th objection which this country
had to colonisation on this continent by
European countries, but It seems clear
that that referred to the settlement bv
Russian colonists of territory claimed
by the United Stages, and that It was
not tb declaration of a general prin
ciple that mere colonization which did
not Involve the overturning of estab
lished government In this country was
objected to by the United States. Tt
Monroe doctrine has been Interpreted to
be the policy of tb United State in
conserving th Interests of all Ameri
can republics where they are liable to
possibly Injury from without It hss
been Invoked to Justify our great and
sometimes aotiv interest Id th settle
ment of controversies between tha coun
tries of this hemisphere and the countries
of Europe, snd also the settlement of
all' controversies between the nations of
this hemisphere. The declarations of
Mr O'ney at tha time of th Venezuelan
difficulty were mphitle some people
thought extreme In reference to th re
sponsibility which the United States
thereby assumed for th entire hemi
sphere, and th rights asserted In th
exercise of that responsibility. Certainly
It does not Involve any extreme view of
our friendly relation to these republics
to stand sponsor for and co operate with
thern In securing such loans aa ar
necessary to enable them to pay their
debt and to enter a new era of develop
ment and prosperity. W do not guar
antee tha payment of th loans; w slm-
j ply accept th rasponalblUtr ef select-
E OUGHT to yoTi your hata,
and if you knew what our qual
ities really are we'd do It iur. Here's a
Mallory'i Cravonette Hat that sella tor $8.00.
perfectly made, In all style, stiff or soft,
that'a a wonder all styles of Stetsons, 8.60
to $12.00 If you like a dlsrioot cha&re try
an Austrian Valour or Enrllaa, Italia or
Frenob bat. $8 00 to $7.60.
The Very Best
Apparel in America
A Btmtement which is truly applicable to our
famous make of clothes for fal) and win
ter. Suits and overcoats $10.00 to $40.00.
npHIS conclusion is inevitable when you
J- know how they are created: First, the
finest fabrics made in the most exclusive
Eatterns and weaves; these put into the
ands of the world's cleverest designers
and most skilled tailors; add to this our
rigid demands for highest quality in materials and
finishing and our matchless standards of value-giving,
and you have the only possible result "finest ready-for-service
clothes in the world."
We do not limit you to a line of a single manu
facture, but place before you such makers as B. Kup
nenheimcr, Stein-Bloch, Hirsch-Wickwire, Society
Brand, Schloss Bros., and other reputable makers.
Ask the Furnishing Goods salesman to show you
the new Cufturn Shirts the cuffs are attached, but re
versible large assortment of patterns, $1.50 each.
Boys' and Children s Suits
The showing we make in sohool suit ropresentfi many dayt
spent iu eastern markets among the world's best boy's tailors. You
will find here a large assortment of Bine Serges, Scotoh Tweed
and fancy weaves of Browns annd Grays made up in Russian
Blouse, Sailor Blouse and Norfolk Suite, rricea $3.50 to $10.00.
lng the class of persons to be appointed
receivers of taxes, and we undertake to
protect those receiver In the discharge
of their duties. It happens that this at
titude, without further action on our
part, enables those countries to mak
loans on reasonable termn. Now. gen
tlemen. Is It sot a good neighborly action
for us to allow ourselves' to becom In
volved to this slight extent In order to
help those struggling sister republic?
Is It not prudent to put those who are
certain to be our good customers In a
condition where they can 1 nor ease their
business and Increase our trade? I
ther not an obligation higher than any
of these to prevent the recurrence of
wars whloh have deluged with blood that
beautiful part of the world and have
caused untold misery and unhapplneas
to thousands ef Ood's creatures?
Other Treatiea Negrottated.
"Having taken this step In Santo
Domingo, and having shown how success
ful the method Is In suppressing war, In
maintaining power, and securing pros
perity, ought we not to extend th a am
assistance to countries whloh hav an
equal right to look te us for aid and
"In the promotion of this human policy
the administration has don It part.
Th treaties with Honduras and Nicara
gua hav been negotiated and contracts
for loans under their provisions hav been
tentatively approved- All hav been sub
mitted t th sonata and are pending
there It Is for the senate to decide
whether this, the most effective step In
the promotion of peace on this continent,
shall b taken, whether the finances of
these republics shall fee put on a sound
and stable basis, their citizens relieved
of tha discouraging burden of a debt
largely fictitious and greatly dispro
portionate to their revenues, and the
portals of prosperity thrown open to
them. Until approved by tha bouse of
oongress tb treaties must remain wholly
"But If you agree with me that every
dictate of prudence, of common sense, of
friendship and nelghborllness, aa well as
loyalty to the cause of peace, makes
mandatory he approval of these treaties,
you will bope and urge as earnestly as
I that the senate. In lu wisdom, will
give to them Its prompt snd emphatic
MILK TESTS AROUSING
INTEREST AT WATERLOO
WATXBXAO, la., OoC U (Special Tel
egram.) Officer elected today by - th
Iowa State Dairy association: President,
H. B. Young. Buffalo Center; vie presi
dent. U X FMckenrer, Parkersburg; sec
retary, B J. Rosa Iw Falls; treasurer,
T. Sadler, Waterloo.
The milk test Is th causa of much In
terest, eight Holeteln, six Ayrshire,
three Guernsey, and one Jersey eow ar
entered In a six-day milk test In charge
of men from Ames Agricultural school.
W. W. Marsh captured many prises for
fin Guernsey H has the greatest pair
of Guernsey oat tie In th world. Prises
tor Jerseys and Holetalaa will be awarded
SERIOUSLY CUT WHEN
CAfl HITS HIS WAGON
Fred Paulsen, a retired farmer living
at IStS North Thirtieth street, was struck
by a street car shortly after o'clock
Thursday night and knocked from th
wagon In whloh b was riding. H sus
tained a serious out on his left thigh.
He wa taken to BC Joseph's hospital,
whr he waa attended by Dr. ConnaU.
Miss Ids M. Thompson of Seattle,
Wash., daughter of Ira VL Thompson, and
Harry E. Zalsnr of Burlington, la., war
married by Bar. Charles W. Ssvtdga, at
his residence Thursday afternoon at Vn.
They were accompanied by Mr. and Mr.
B. E. Elliott and their son. Lorlng Ellloti.
There ir more cups to the
pound in this coffee. The
growths that enter into it are
picked to give strength aj well
as splendid, enjoyable cup-quality.
Roasted to the instant of
h .'OLs ftOLBUI-
Youll be convinced oy single
pound that it is not only the
most delicious coffee, but that it
is most economical.
At your grocer's JOc a pound.
TOMC BROS., Dee Maine), la.
Hen Who Are Considering the.Clothes
Question Will Find the Answer Here
Every day we have men come into our clothing de
partment and say, "I'm just looking around not quite
satisfied with ray last suit heard a great deal about your
store tbonght I would see what you had," and kindred
We're mighty glad to have suoh people come, in for
w know we have the clothes to please both aa to style
and in service.
Most careful dressers need no introduction to
Hart, Schaffner &
with which we head our list of good elothee, offering suit
and overcoats at $18.00 to JjviO.OO, supplemented by
our magnificent showing of
Hayden's Wonder Clothes $11 A 50
SOUS or OVERCOATS, Oor etiPr ItC
They come in matchless variety truly wonderful values.
Among the new features in men's clothes this season
are the English Soft Boll Suit and the double-faced fabric
Baglon fcfioulder Overcoat. We 're showing some mighty
strong values in Men's Overcoats Saturday at $10.00,
$12.50 and $14.50- All wool St. Nicholas Kersevs in
black or fancies, 46 to 50 inches long, convertible or velvet collars, fancy Scotch
cheviots in all the new tan and brown .shades many of them rain-proof.
We know we can deliver you best clothes values at any given price. You'll havo
to admit it, too, if you take the trouble to compare our offerings with those shown
elsewhere Saturday, or any other day. Do it now TRY HAYDEN'S FEIST.
The Home of Hart, Schaffner & Marx Clothes.
Cer'ls asn IcatfWcr 4- Mars