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More Big Bargains
ALL THE $1 QUALITY ALL OVER LACES SUITABLE
FOR ENTIRE WAISTS, YOKES AND DRE55ES IN
WHITE, CREAM AND ECRU CLUNY5, VALS,
VENICE AND FANCY COTTON, WEDNESDAY, YARD,
$1 All Over Laces ai 25c Yard
.SSSBSt LACES AT 10c, I5c AND 29c
Beautiful Venloe laces, extra flna point d'esprlt, clonys, batistes, plain
laoes, lu white and ecrn these eplendld fl fl C f
laoes are In bands, Insertions aDd tfalloons I IJC-irjC-aCC
worth up to 11.60 yard, at. Atwrw -v
Fine Fabric Gloves ai 10c, 15c and 39c
FROM THE SWEBTSER-PEriBROOK STOCK
The finest lisle and silk gloves from the Sweetser- f f CCI
Pembroe stock In ail slies, black, white and 1 1 JC-ICeJIC
oolored worth up to 76c a pair, at, pair w v
-Veils and Veiling
FROH THE S.-P. STOCK
AU , new and popular oolors of
Yells, plnln and with chenille dots
an extraordinary bargain from the
treat Sweetser-Pembrook stock.
All the fins
Pearl and Dress
FROM THE S.-P. STOCK
All sizes of pearl buttons and
fancy dress buttons-large and
small sizes plain and fancy
worth up to 60o 1 1 i(n
dozen, at, do. . '. .. a2-IU
SPECIALS IN BASEMENT
FROM THE S.-P. STOCK
Two cases of floes t white goods from Sweetser
Pembrook, regular price was up to 12o yd.,
In full pieces in basement Wednesday,
32-Inch Imported French
riadras very desirable
styles, worth 35o, at, yd.
40-Inch Victoria Lawn and
32-Inch Sheer India Linen
regular Jtto value, yd
Silk Flowers at 5c Bunch Basement
Roses, poppies, corn flowers, pansies all silk flowers worth up to C
GOo and 75o bunch basement, at, bunch '. JC
J. L. BRANDEIS & SONS, BOSTON STROE
Made now draw interest for the entire month.
Accounts opened for $1 or more.
4 Per Cent Interest Paid.
J. L. Brandeis & Sons, Bankers.
NEW BOOKS AND MAGAZINES
lliohael Davitt Tills ths Story of the Tall
of Ftnealiim in Ireland,
FICTION OUTDONE IN DRAMATIC SETTINGS
SU-Msrf lck el Slonx City Gain
ing; (fcalte a Repatatloa mm tut
Author lila Mew Novel a Ro
, . . mane Yankee Magic.
A story of moving human Interest, sur
passing flotlon In variety of dramatlo Bet
tings, Is told by Michael Davit t In a volume
of 760 pages, bearing the title, "The fall
ef Feudalism In Ireland." It Is a history
Of the land league revolution written by
eoe et the chief actors In that remarkable
Crama of Irish progresa Mr. Davltt has
been Identified Bines boyhood with every
movement calculated to promote the well
being of the Irish race. lie was the origi
nator of the famous land league of the
'80s and he has consistently and Insistently
atruggled for the betterment of his race.
The story he tells, therefore, Is that of a
participant, a leader thoroughly familiar
With every phase of the subject. Neces
sarily It bears the stamp of the principles
for which the writer fought, and the strong,
aggressive tone of the partisan battling for
the light. It Is equally true that the story
Is studiously fair to the opposition, inas
much as the progress ef events and the
various climaxes of the movement are suf
ficient in themselves to condemn the system
ef British rule In Ireland.
In erder to understand the system of
feudalism In vogue lu Ireland Mr. Davitt
takes the reader back to the days of Crom
well, showing hcfw the conqueror rewarded
his carpetbaggers with lands confiscated
' from the rightful owner. The various
movements up to O'Connell's time, and
from O'Connell's time to Parnell are briefly
(avis wed In successive chapters. The origin,
progress' and results of the land league
movement, culminating In the passage by
Parliament of tho land purchase act of
1806, forms the body of the book It com
prehends a period ot less than thirty years,
and embraces a succession of as stirring
events of absorbing Interest as ever
marked a peaceful revolution. Every phase
of human nature marks the action. Tbe
gamut of human emotions Is run in the
record of a people's hopes long deferred,
their determination and sufferings, their
cheerfulness In adversity, and the pathos
of a struggle of comparative poverty
against the might ef wealth and political
Considerable space la devoted to the
leadership of Charles Stewart Parnell, his
remarkable rise aa a parliamentarian, his
successive triumphs, and his lamentable
fall and death. Mr. . Iavltt broke with
Parnell in 1890 at the time of the Parnell
disclosures, regarding his retention as
leader aa fatal to the Irish party, as ths
subsequent dissension and demoralisation
demonstrated. He tells a romance in Par
nell's life In a few brief sentences. "Amer
lea," he says, "had on two occasions al
most rescued Mr, Parnell from the fate
which ultimately wrecked his brilliant
career and Inflicted a ten years' national
agony on Ireland and lost us home rule
for the time. I once heard him say that
he had, When younger, been badly Jilted.'
It waa. I think, during his first visit to
the United States. 'I proposed, but she
refused.' Little did this young lady, who
ever she was. Imagine the wrong she waa
thus unthinkingly committing against Ire
land and its people." Again in 1880 an
Irish American lady with her father spent
much time In London and Dublin, manl
festly smitten with the Irish leader. But
the latter made no response to her deli
Mr. Davltt presents a clear, discrim
inating sketch of Parnell both aa a leader
and aa an Individual, pointing out the
anomaly of a man possessing none of the
traits common to the Irish race, being
cold, reserved, unlmpassloned and unemo
tional, exercising autocratic Influence over
JVIRS. J. BENSON.
Beat cnaHryv ail km; hair, Inch stem, 22-Inch length, price 12.50; 24
tnch. price $3.00.
good quality ef Hatr Bwtteh, M Inches long, 60c; 13-lnch, 75c; 20
lneh, SL2&; 22-tnch. 11.50; 24-lnch, $L75.
Real Hair PompadVou Waves, price $1j00 and ri.50.
We carry the largest and best assortment of Side and Back Combe
la the city.
All the most desirable Hair Tlni, Crimpers, Ilalr Curlers, including the
BRIM TO C8 TOUR DEFECTIVE
RIGHT TREATMENT. RIGHT AI
VICE RIGHT FITTING, RIGHT
Wall Paper 1
GREAT CLEARANCE 8AI.E IN
WALL, PAPKR ALL THIS WEEK
ALL RPRINO OOOD8 AT ONE
HALF OF ACTTAL VALUE
A fully equipped Phote Dept. Every
thing fur the practice and perfecting
of the art.
Going on a trip? There Is tbe soul
ef a holiday in having a good camera
and knowing bow to handle It. Brine
bark pictures of your trip fruits of
your conquests, ana your trip becomes
HERE'S A BEAUTT-A No. I A
Folding Pocket Kodak brooder In
scope than anything- ever attempted
In pnrket photograph lakes a picture
'ix54 Inchen. Price, $20.00.
Photographic Chemicals, Card
Mounts. Toning Solutions, Film
Packs, Films, alt sizes, etc, etc
8. E. COR. MAIN FLOOR
A Special In Perfumery Section.
THE EMPIRE CUFF (like cutl
Clean eaves work, very light, easily
sdjus-ted, keeps down the laundry bills,
lnilispensiihle to clerks, stenographers,
home workt-rs or housekeepers. Per
Rubber Sleeves, elastic adjustments,
absolutely waterproof, per pair, 25c,
$1.00 worth Oreen
with J packages
Hawkeye Cream, can 60
Baking Soda, package 4c
Bottle Blueing - . 4c
Silver Crown Peaches, can 10c
$2.00 worth Green
with half pound
BUTTER, received dally from best
Preserves, assorted. Jar ........... 9c
Cherries. .1-pound can 15c
Japan Rlre, good, pound .......... "c
Spratt's Dog Biscuit, pound 6c
6V worth Green
with each S-pound
Potted Ham, can 4o
OH Sardines, can 60
11.09 worth Oreen Tradlnr
Stamps with each pound
New York Otic
(Cream Cheese a V W
,'$1.00 worth Green Trading
(Stamps with each 2-oa.
bottle Bennett's Capitol
? Extract, all Ittr
e vnn 4U
HERE IS A GREAT BARGAIN
On Wednesday morning we will offer, on our main floor, three cases of
Women's House Dresses, made from fine sateen, percale and I III
lawn all medium and light colors just the thing for warm a?f
mornings worth from 11.60 to $2.50 each all at sesw
AND DOUBLE GREEN TRADING STAMPS
A RARE OPPORTUNITY IN LADIES' HIGH
WE HAVE DECIDED TO CHANOB ONE HUNDRED OP OUR n6sT
EXPENSIVE SUITS INTO CASH AT ONCE, AND
HAVE MADE TWO LOTS.
AU Suits marked to sell at $57.60, $62.60, $67.60, $76.00. $S5.00, $95.00 end M O Cft
$9S.00, go on sale Thursday, at frOUU
All Suits marked at these prices $32.60, $35.00; $37.60, $40.00,' $42.60, $46.00,0 0 Cfl
$47.50 and $30.00 go on safe Thursday morning, at (OlvU
Green Trading Stamps Every Time Sure!
qi I'n unzzoir
will appreciate a beautiful Set Ring Bash Buckle, Brooch,
Chatelaine Watch, or a Diamond If it comes from ua
Quality the best. Style the latest. Prices the lowest.
'25 ZU AND DOUGLAS STS. OMAHA.NEB.
them for a score of years. The secret of
his Immense power and popularity Mr.
Davltt finds in his qualities as a fighter.
With a will of adamant he had attacked
the citadel of British power the British
parliament and beaten the enemies of Ire
land. It waa his personality that tri
umphed. "He was armed with a reform
er's crowbar, and not a politician's note
book," says Mr. Davltt "His work was
to pull down what was chiefly responsible
for Ireland's oppression."
An Interesting chapter is devoted to tbe
relations of Rome to the British side of
the struggle In which Rome la roundly
roasted for invariably extending the" "fine
Italian hand" In rapport of the enemies
of Catholio Ireland. In the chapter de
voted to the Parnell commission, credit
Is given to Mr. Patrick Kgan, formerly ef
Ltnco'n, and Mr. Thomas Brennaa of
Omaha, for their work In exposing the
forgeries ot Plgott.
' Altogether the volume la an able pre
sentation of the facta and arguments In
behalf of the Irish cause and a fasci
nating ' story of revolt against oppression.
Published by Harper &. Brothers, New
Herbert Quick, ex-mayor of Sioux City,
whose "Aladdin A Co.," a romance of
Yankee magic, baa just been published by
Henry Holt tc Co., waa born In Iowa In
1S61, and has always lived In that state.
He la a lawyer and manager of some tele
phone corporations. In 190 he moved to
Slonx City, and some think that he has
largely gotten his copy for "Aladdin A Co.
from the actual growth ot that remarkahle
towtu Before going there ha was a teacher
for some years, and did soma editorial
work. He also admits that he has pub
lished verse m tbe msgn lines. Considering
that some ef It appeared In the Century, It
would appear to have bean good verse. By
birth and rearing, Mr. Quick says he la a
farmer, and also says, with characterlstla
humor, that ha fears people observe this
fact when he visits New York, although
be Is married to a New Yorker.
His first book, published In October, 1901,
made a moderate hit. It waa entitled "In
the Fairyland of America," which title
might almost as justly be applied to his
new novel so magical, though not unpre
cedented. Is the growth of the city depicted
Kate Master-no n Is perhaps the best known
of New York newspaper women of the
higher type. Her little sketches ot men and
things, her brilliant, half-aatlrioal essays
and her very original short stories, appear
ing In many of the best roagualnea and
newspapers, have made her so popular that
the announcement of her first novel has
a peculiar Interest. "The Thirteenth Apos
tle" Is, It Is said, a remarkably faithful and
reallstlo portrayal of certain phases of
present day life In New York, as well as a
vigorous and unhackneyed story. It ap
pears In the June number of the Tales from
The adventures a man may have In the
mysterious "quarters" of New York City
are exemplified In Van Tassel Butphen's
novel, "The Gates of Chance." published bv
Harpers', To gather material for this mod
ern Arabian Nights' entertainment, the au
thor prowled about all sorts of queer cor
ners and byways of the great city, and siw
nd heard many things that would be un
believable la to-iat. lie found parts ot the
greatest "American" city In which English
was an unknown tongue. He tells of one
Incident In which he asked a boy a simple
question of locality. The urchin stared at
him affrlghtedly from behind long, frowzy
black locks, and ran away from him as
from a "foreign devil." He waa a Yiddish
boy, and the only person In the neighbor
hood who knew English was the policeman
on that beat. Mr. Butphen soon decided
that he would find all the queerness and
local color needed for a stirring book of
adventure right In New York, and "The
Gates of Chance" justifies his conclusions,
Bram Stoker loves a mystery, and de
lights In carrying his readera along on a
constantly enhancing wave of uncertainty
and steadily Increasing interest, until his
plot culmlnatea, generally In an explosion
that wipes out all but the narrator, who Is
spared by some fortuitous circumstance to
tell the story. In his latest, "The Jewel
or seven Stars,"., he mingles the fate of an
Egyptian queen with her surrounding at
mosphere of black magic and astrology
and a modern Investigator with his friends.
soma of whom have devoted their Uves to
the unraveling of a mystery. The Interest
In the story Is sustained throughout, and
Is heightened by ths deftness with which
the author connects facts with the wildest
flights of fancy. Ths startling denouement
la aa marked a departure from the conven
tional as Is any feature of the charming
tale. Published by Harper Broa $1.50.
. Above books at lowest retail prloea.
Matthews, 123 South Fifteenth street
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a. m. dally, arriving World's fair station
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Returning, leave St Louis Union station
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HARRY E. MOORES,
a A. P. D., Omaha, Neb.
.a.- fS JLi
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Where are you going to spend this year's
vacation 7 Ths Lake Shore railway's book
ot "Summer Tours to Mountains, Lakes
and Seashore" will help you to decide. II
will be sent on application to M. B. Giles.
T. P. A, Chicago, or C F. Daly, chief A.
G. P. A.. Chicago.
Bee Want Ads produce results.
tfh $ rstbwM eaa tfela
sm k fMetss Crass mm at SUm
ont. We mm alae tarl ar fcaeli
TsJ. &2U4. . 1612 Factum St
Our remodeling snle Is a great
succeqs. Such enlbufllasm was
never witnessed at a special piano
sale before. From the 150 pianos
placed on sale May 30, we sold
forty-eight the first week. Over 100
Instruments still to select from,
Including such celebrated makes
A. a CHASE,"
and our own hand-made
"SCHMOLLER & flUE LLER"
riano. We will not quote any
prices In this, but guarantee to
save the purchaser from flOO.OO
to $150.00 on a single Instrument
Call and be convinced or write for
catalogues, prices and bargain list
It will pay you.
Piano Manafactnrers, Wneleaale
svad Retail Dealers. ..
1313 Farnam St.,
Oman., Neb. Tel. Ja.
Branch ) Ltncola, Neb.
J. Slonx City, la.
Stores. J Conncll Bluffs, la.
in Low Shoes
Have yoa seen our line of
decollette shoes the low cuts?
Every worn art ought to see them,
for they are the swells of shoe
doro. Our new styles are pret
tier than ever before, and come
In all tbe popular leathers.
$3.00, $3 50, $4.00
At either price you can get a
shoe at this store that will
please you In every way 5 smart
In style, fine In quality, smooth
fitting and comfortable, and
made to give long wean,
Imported Bohemian hops and
ths finest selected A merles n
barley malt males the
FIKEST AHD BEST BEER.
THE BEER TOO LIKE
la made off the above Ingredients and Is
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Oa Snle Dlntag- and Buffet Cars.
Fred Krug Brewing Co.
Oasaats'a Motel Bravreorsw
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What To Eat HSU
Send fbr sopy. U ecu La or tj.w a rn
Uabl HetUth ArlaLas, Tablo aHenaa,
Jaata, Poecos, Clever iWu A aw4
blend to brlghieo your lefaaare mo
menta. Full of novel sugi
Tka Im nMita MMIi mm "!
voala to liiiisif m haiota M tte
Cora nara M U1 miui
WHAT TU OAf (MmtSly lUfaft
u'tm aa, asm rta At. i
Great Couch Site
THE RELIABLE STORE.
Great Couch Sate
BIG CLOTHING SALE.
TOUTU8' AND CHILDREN'S SCITS.
YOUTHS LONQ PANTS SLITS $S tt t.'..W
Made up In round cut and double breaxted
square cut style, of blue serge, blnck cln
womted, cheviots and caesinH-ren, In plulh
colors, mixtures and overplalds, worth ni'
to .60 special price BS nit
At $7.60 we have the Inrgest and beet line
of youths' suits ever shown In the cltv. in
any shade or color you may wish bent
ftibrlc. noatext patterns, fancy flrntoh
mixtures, thlhets, taeeds, serges and fancy
worsteds, beat of workmanship, best of lin
ing and trimming, worth from J10 T Bn
to 112.(0, special price Wednesday... aOU
BOYS' KNEH PANTS BU1T8, $2.60."
Made up In two-piece, double breasted
and Norfolk stylos, In cheviots, eergea au.l
c "is, meres. In fancy mixtures and pl.-iln
colore, light, medium and dark shades all
elsee, worth from ta.S to 18.76, our o eti.
special price Wednesday aS.OU
Great Couch Sale Wednesday,
i iaiSIt' g"l"'''ihuCi,''i liiii
WW WAVHl TTTfif BTrtPWrVBTt a r s T T . t k T rVt rTf-rre. . . .
Jo.00 velour couch, J7 inches wide. 74 Inches
long, splendid value at to r
our sale Drlce WednpwrtHV
$16.00 couch, upholstered In velour, with
steel construction springs SO Inches wide,
78 Inches' long . (-
our sale price Wednesday VOU
NOW Ifl YOUR CITANnra TO HKCTTTTlTn
BEST VALUES EVER OFFERED.
$25.00 leather couch with steel construction
spring the greatest bar- m e
. gala of the season, at M ...ly.OU
$32.00 leather couch rm cc
special, at ii)UU
$40.00 leather oouch nn ft
special, at . . ..6V. UU
A GREAT COUCH BAROAIN. IMPROVE!
Poor vision, headaches) smd norroos trou
bias, cured tqr good glsssss, We Lava
Letting Down Prices on Groceries,
Harnvwart A Crnrhorv ilnf
ava waa mi v 1 VV11WI J lsrWla' I
PI e . r mi ' 7-mmy
rnor to uur annual inventory.
48-lb. sacks hi Erh Datent Minnaaota.
flour , tt.)
Large sacks white or yellow cornmaal.l2VSo
S-lbs. good Japan rice, navy beans.
sago, tapioca, barley or farina for.. ISo
6 bars best laundry soap for ICC
8-lb. oans Boston baked beans lo
8-lb. cans eolld packed tomatoes ......70
8-lb. cans golden pumpkin, hominy
or squash .....7o
arge Dotue picaiea, any una you
want ' SHo
Jello, Bromagelon or Jelllcon. pkg ..Tin
Good Japan tea for toe tea, lb.... ....260
FRKH FRBB FREE.
' $5.00 worth Trading Rtamps absolutely
free with every S pounds best mocha end
Java coffee, for ....$1.00
Or with every sack best flour,
Good Country Butter, pound ........ -10o
too - x
WARD PBIOKtl ' .
The very best new
Durier. pound ....
I ETTINGf DOWN HARD'
Z-burner gas rtove
Cupper nickel ulated tea
t-qt. blue and white enamel coffee
s-qt. blue and white enamel sauce
pans ......... ,,,...... .... ....90
Large blue and white enamel wash
i-panel lH-inch screen door,. $00
$-burner gasoline stove ...... .......,.,$2.49
LETTING DOWN CROCIOIRT NICKS
All of our lc, 30c and Xc plates, parts
of fncy dinner sets, tomorrow .......to
FRUIT PRUrr FT.U3T
PRESERVE TOTJR PRUrF TRI W si;w
84-QUART cases of fancy klssourl straw-
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y HPHE cost of a typewriter b not
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) consider the quality and amonnt of
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it Bavcs or loses t and, hxrw well It wears. The
lowest-price machine may be mighty expensive in
the end, while a higher-price one may pay divi-7-dend.
A little Invesdgation will show that
TKo World's Best Typewritejr
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It not only does the best and speediest work, but It
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far longer than any other make of writing' mnghrnc.
Write fa-day As ear glos beak which, axgeuoe why
Bee Want Ads Produce Results
Kfimember we have Diit-y
monds in all sizes,, from 1 3
to $500.. Mounted In rings at f
lowest prices. Should, you
buy one of u and want your
money back, at any tinm
within one year wo will pay
you back nine-tenths off
amount paid us.
Are In Doubt
As to what ycu want ts send as boom
friend who Is to be nxarrtodV mt mm
have the pleasure of skewing? yea ons
elegant new stock ef Oorbam satrltag
silver and rich cut glaaa We make
a specialty of new and unique places.
The prlua ass right. "
Bron & Corshelm,
juwBLianH. ta a urns,
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