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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (July 30, 1905)
THE OMATTA DAILY RKE: SUNDAY. JULY 30, lWtt.
Monday Begins One of Those
Made the Name of Brandeis
Matchless Bargain Events That Have
Famed Throughout the Entire West
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Entire stock of Olympia Undergarment Co., 150 Wooster St., N. Y., Slightly Damaged by Water
D. WOLFF Z1 CO., proprietors of (He Olympia Undergar
ment Co., are known all over the United States as IMPORT
ERS Or THE HIGHEST GRADE FRENCH LINGERIE and
MANUFACTURERS of the MOST ELABORATE UNDER.
MUSLINS. Brandeia purchased their entire stock, which
waa the least bit damaged by water, and offers it Monday at
about ONE-HALF THE COST TO IMPORT.
Hundreds of Omaha ladies have foen these elaborate undermiislins in the window. The
daintiest effects in beautiful lace and embroidery trimming, ribbons, tucking and hemstitching.
Finest undermuslin fabrics arid the styles rival those of the most expensive French hand made
garments. The lace insertions are simply exquisite.
In Ten Lots On Bargain. Squares Second Floor
THE LACES AND EMBROIDERIES from this
stock are of the most exquisite character.' Hoth
the laces and embroideries were SLIGHTLY
DAMAGED BY WATER, but nine-tenths of the
stock is absolutely perfect. THE PRICES AT
WHICH THE STOCK MUST GO IS ABOUT ONE
HALF THE COST TO IMPORT.
T worth, ifY worth tfh C) worth i QO worth 7 ff A worth
25ck 5Uc,v0 TOc-is's H y- JM y
3 irk worth ff Ch worth f! C A worth (JO worth fl ftQ worth
HAND MADE FRENCH LINGERIE
This elegant French needlework is the finest example of imported lingerie ever shown in the
west.. The garments are of the highest character imported gowns, corset covers, drawers, skirts
and chemises, entirely hand made from handkerchief linens, sheer effects in Persian lawns and
Swisses, real hand made laces and embroideries genuine Val. and point de Paris insertions.
The prices are approximately ONE-HALF TIIE COST TO IMPORT. A garment that would
cost the importer $10, costs you 4.98, etc., etc. A rare chance for lovers of daintiest wear.
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Embroideries and Laces
From the Olympia Mfg. Co., N. Y. At Half the Cost to Import
Slightly Damaged by Water
The highest class lots of Embroideries and Insertings ever seen in Omaha
We offer all the narrow and medium widths of finest embroideries and in
sertings many are in match sets very fine Swisses and nainsooks
worth up to 33c yard at, yard
All wide widths of extra fine Embroideries Suitable for white petticoata
and skirts, corset covers and waists, up to 27 inches wide and regularly as high
as $1.00 a yard a few slightly damaged by water
117 I CO All the narrow, medium and wide laces. French and English Vals, German Torchon, Point de Paris, Cluny
IT JT.Ju.m and Normandy Vals in laces and insertings, many only slightly
water stained and absolutely worth up to
50c yard, at.
TWO EXTRA SPECIALS IN MUSLIN UNDERWEAR
Your choice of a lot of odd children's garments 7 I Combination matched sets gowns, drawers and
in gowns, skirts and drawers, beautifully corset covers, made with fine tuck and lace trim-
made, worth from 7oc to fl a garment, at ... . ming, worth $ti a set full set of four pieces, at.
SPLENDID SILK VALUES
Extra heavy pure silk Poplin
Pongee, full 36 in. 5Q
wide, worth $2. at 1-
Peltin Broche two toned Louisene
Novelties, hair Btrlpe, chameleon,
McAdoo checks, etc..
for wtliti and
dresses, at, yard...
27-Inch Guaranteed Colored Taffeta Silks A new feature in our silk
department is the best in the world a variety of colors and every
yard backed by a guarantee price only
Yard wide Black Pean
Sole, all silk and fne,
even, perfect quality,
On Bargain Squares Neat shirt waist
silks, yard wide Pekln stripes; 18
silks: China silks, Japanese silks.
Fancy ' silks, on bargain squares,
Special. Sale of Dress Suit Cases Monday
300 Dress Suit Cases a now lot just reoelved miHtly samples made of fine
1.50-1,98-2.50-2.98 ji. $10
THREE BASEMENT SPECIALS
Fine quality white cur
tain madras, high
grade nets with
woven dots, would be
cheap for 60c.
Xace Striped Lawns,
printed with small
neat designs, sold
from bolt for
10 a mrd
at, yard 2
25.000 yards Amoskesg
gingham, all size checks
In black, blue, brown
and green. Plenty of
salespeople, to wait on
you. Special nr ,
ON BARGAIN SQUARES ON MAIN FLOOR AND IN BASEMENT
98c for Ladies $2.00 Lace Shoes
98e for Men.s $2 Low Shoes.
98c for men's heavy Work Shoes
98c for men's Kid Slippers.
98c for boys $2 Tan Shoes.
98c for girls $2 Brown Shoes,
rn. for. children's $1 Shoes on bargain
uuli square in basement.
$1.59 for Men's Vici Kid, Box Calf and
Velor Shoes plain or leather lined.
$1.59 for Ladies' if 2.50 Kidskin and
patent leather high shoes, "anda" and tan
Your choice of the entire floor stock of ladies' shoes made bv Wolf Bro3. of Cincin-
nati worth up to $3.50 a pair at $1.98. 1,800 pairs in this lot.
$2.f0 for your choice of Rbbert's $4.00 and $5.00
ladles' Shoes. Over 1,200 pairs to choose from all'
$2.50 for Field Bros.' Men's $4.00 and $5.00 swell
fhoes. The greatest bargain In men's fine shoes ever
offered in Omaha.
DRESS GOODS SPECIALS
We will place on sale lf0 pieces of rich Imported Voiles, Silk
Eolieunc, Mohairs and Panamas and fancy suitings, selling
at any time up to $1.50,' black cream and colors, not an old
number in the lot; also 200 pieces silk and wool fancies,
50-inch Mohairs, Voiles and Panamas Herges, selling at 75c
to $1.00, black, cream and colors, all styles vf O Q
suitable for Tall wear at 7r C-J jf C
50c Mohnlr Luster all col
. ors, yard
$1.00 Cream Mohair and Q
Sicilian, a yard 0.C
73c Black and all colors,
B2-in. Sicilian, yard....
3.1c Mercerized Black, White Qrt
and Navy Shepherd rhecklaC
f.V Colored linen, 27-Inch, IQ
3tc Mercerized Tonee, nil 1C1
colors and white, a yard..
Cravenette and Water Proof Covert and B-'iln CoutlnRS, high grade.
New Japanese Novelties Just Received
FOR OUR POPULAR JAP CORNER - ARCADE.
Charmlnn Illtl thing for dproratlv purposes Te Tableware, Dressing Tsbl
Trinket and a hundred new JapuneHe fad.
100 CALLING CAROS-ARCADB-FOR 39c
THREE BASEMENT SPECIALS
New lot Mercerized Sat
eens, Farmers Satin,
Mark, white and col
ors, all the very
worth 40o yd.,
at a yard
Fine sheer quality India
I.lnon In full bolts,
worth 15c a yard, on
Ion)f Cloth, Cambrics
Muslin and Nalnsiiok,
every yard the finest
in this country a j
very special, f0
for ya rd J W
ECKCES OF THE A1TER00U
Fraternal I aloa of America.
The big class Initiation given by the com
bined lodges of the Fraternal Union in
Omaha camo oft as scheduled Thursday
night. There were W0 members present who
witnessed the Initiation of forty-three can
didates. The degree was exemplified by
Mondamln lodge team and was rendered
tn an effective manner. During the last
forty days sixty-five members have been
Initiated. There are forty more to com
plete tbelr membership during the fore
part of August. Refreshments were served
after the session closed, after which the
members enjoyed a social dance. There
will be a large class of new members Ini
tiated In Magto City lodge. No. 80, In South
Omaha, on the evening of August 14. Dep
uty Evans puts the number at thirty for
that occasion. It is expected that Monda
mln team will be present to exemplify the
Baakrra la lea ef the World.
Omaha lodge. No. 1, held regular meeting
In Royal Arcanum hall Thursday evening.
July XI. A business meeting was held. At
torney P. L. Weaver, president of the lodxe,
presiding, at which time a class of members
were presented by Deputy Godfrey for ob
ligation. Following the business session
the doors of the lodge were opened for
members and their friends. Out-of-town
guests from Minneapolis and Plattsmouth
were entertained and a good time gen
erally waa the expression of all present.
The annual picnic of the Bunkers I nlon.
to be held August t at Krug park, was
largely the subject of conversation and
every effort Is being made by .the commit
tees In charge to make same a grand suc
cess. Modera Woodmen of America.
The annual log rolling and picnic of the
Omaha District Log Rolling association
will be held at Plattsmouth, Neb., Wednes
day, August 2, and from present indica
tions It will be the greatest affair of the
kind ever given under the auspices of the
Plattsmouth is making big preparations
for the event and Is abundantly able to
care for the thousands that are expected to
be there. The Omaha and South Omaha
contingent will go by special train over
the Burlington, leaving here at 8:30 a. in.
The festivities at Plattsmouth will begin
with a parade participated In by local and
visiting foresters. Royal Neighbors and
Modern Woodmen. Arriving at tiie picnic
grounds there will be a band concert, fol
lowed by an address by Mayor Henry E.
Oerlng and an address on behalf of the
Plattsmouth brethren by Jesse L. Root
Mrs. Fleming will speak for the Royal
Neighbors. The chief address of the day
will be by Head Consul A. R. Talbot. Tlio
competitive drills by the foresters will take
place at I SO p. m.
The annual meeting of the Log Rolling
association will be held at Modern Wood
men of America hall In Plattsmouth at t
p. m. The officers of the asanclatjon are
J. W. Barnett. president; H. P. Ieavitt,
secretary; P. I. Devol, treasurer; Mrs. E.
King and E. B. Knight, vice presidents.
W. U Leigh of Beatrice, Harry Fletcher
of Lincoln and Mr. Hons; of Crete, exec
utive officers of the Big Four Log Rolling
association met at DeWltt recently and
selected DeWltt as the place and,' August
73 and 24 as the time for holding the an
nual log rolling. The district comprises the
counties of Gage, Lancaster, Seward and
Recently about twenty members of Hub
UU camp put In a day's work tn the corn
field for their brother member. Frank Mar
vin, whose sickness has thrown blm back
In his work.
Degree ot Pocahontas.
White Swan council No. t will give a high
five party tn Fraternal hall No. t at los
South Fourteenth street, Friday evening.
Tribe of Ben Hnr.
Omaha court No. 110 held one of Its usual
Interesting and well attended meetings
Tuesday night. The new paraphernalia
was on exhibition and all members ex
pressed themselves as much pleased with
It. 8even applications for membership were
received and the same number of new mem
bers were Initiated. It Is Important that all
members of the degree team and members
generally be present at the meeting next
Tuesday right, as arrangements are being
made for the picnic to be held In August,
and the program for the regular series of
entertainments for the remainder of the
year Is to be talked over.
Mecca court No. IS will hold an open
meeting Friday evening. August 4. A cor
dlitl Invitation Is extended to all members
and their friends. A program of music and
recitations will be rendered, followed by re
freshments. The annual picnic of Mecca court will be
held St Klverview park Tuesday, August
Royal Neighbors of America.
Fern camp No. S165 will hold Its annual
picnic at Hanscom park on Saturday, Au
gust 6. 19n6. All members are Invited to
Knights of Maccabees.
Omaha tent No. 75 held a short session
Thursday evening and elected several ap
plicants to membership. Final arrange
ments were also made for the picnic.
After the close of the review about fifty
of the members went to Fourteenth and
Dodge streets, where there was a special
car, In waiting, provided by the entertain
ment committee, for a trolley outing. After
taking In Omaha and South Omaha and
Having a good time generally the boys re
turned to their homes well pleased with the
t'onrt of Honor.
The tenth anniversary picnic of this order
will be held at Rivervlew park on Satur
day, August 6, 11)05. An elaborate program
has been arranged for, Including an ad
dress by A. L. Hereford, supreme chan
cellor of the order. Springfield, III. An ad
dress will also be delivered by Mayor
Frank E. Moores of Omaha and by Mayor
Frank Koutsky of South Omaha. Music
will be furnished by the Court of Honor
band and a miscellaneous program of games
and races, with prizes for the winning
Omaha council. No. 65, Koyal League,
at its regular meeting held July 24. passed
the following resolution:
Resolved. That we extend to W. W. Cole
and the management of Krug friar k our
thanks for courtesies extended to member
of our order and their friends on the oc
casion of the trolley party July IK. It Is
the sense of this meeting t!.nt the ..irk Is
properly named Omaha's polite resort.
Woognira of the World.
Alpha camp No. 1, Woodmen of the
World, at Its regular meeting Tuesday
last Initiated six new candidates and re
ceived eight applications.
The committee on the carnival reported
having secured numerous attractions for
the pike at the carnival, among which Is
ths show known as the "Midget," which
has the smallest human lielng on earth,
age considered This will be on exhibition
on the midway every day during the car
nival. Starting the carnival next Saturday
there will be a drill contest between the
teams of the Ancient Order of I'nlted
Workmen, Modern Woodmen of America
and the Woodmen of the World. Tart of
the teams will drill on Saturduy afternoon
and part on Sunday.
The contest between the women drill
teams of the different lodges of the city
will tuke place on the Saturday following,
whk-h will be August 12.
The committee and the management of
Courtland beach have secured the services
of extra electricians and expect to make
the ground a perfect fairyland with elec
tric decoration. The committee felt con
fident that this would be the greatest effort
In the electrical decoration that has been
accomplished by any carnival company and
look confidently forward to a great success
for this 'carnival.
The Woodmen of the World and Boys of
Woodcraft logrolling at Ugan. la.. July
27. was well attended and every one re
ported a good ilme. The Woodmen of the
World base ball team beat the Barton
Bloomers, score, 8 to 4, and In the drill
contest the Boys of Woodcraft, Company
A, won first prise of $40. This drill was open
for any team of any order. Alpha camp
team that took second prize at the World's
fair, being defeated. These young soldiers
are making a record for themselves that
they may well be proud of. They will be
In camp and give exhibition drills at Court
land beach all of next week, where their
friends are Invited to call upon them.
Cement Plant Sold,
EA8TON. Pa.. July 29 The property of
the National Portland Cement company,
located at Martin's Creek, near here, was
sold by the sheriff today to A. F. Oerstel
for .". 0"0. subject tn a claim of tl.fioo.ooO
held by the Northern Trust company of
Chicago, trustee for the bondholders and
others. Mr. Oerstel Is vice president of the
Alpha .Portland Cement company and presi
dent of the Martin's Creek Cement com
pany. He says that he purchased the na
tional plant Individually and denies the re
port that big Interests are to be merged.
Dr. King's New Life Pills hare made a
splendid record by curing headache, bil
iousness, constipation, etc. tic. Try. For
sale by Sherman & Mct'onnell Drug Co.
Storm In Ohio.
BRIDGEPORT. O.. July 29-The worst
storm In years struck this section of the
state today and did thousands of dollars
worth of damage to crops ajtd builsUacg,
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