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TTall mil littery now deinattds Hie world of fashloti. To seek the first cor- '
v ji rect interpretation of authentic style in millinery, every well informed woman in lj$f fyb QfafZ W JttSirK
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Omaha instinctively turns to Brandeis'. Saturday will usher in the autumn season
at the in illinery style center of the west. A thousand hats await you here a wealth of
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Our great millinery section will show the largest, and, in point of fact, the only complete congress of styles available to women in this section of the country.
No previous season ever brought such a rich variety of individual styles to merit fashions favor. The demands upon Brandeis as leading exponent
of millinery style in the west have been satisfied to the last degree. No intelligent effort has been neglected and no expense spared to bring to Omaha the very best that Paris and N. Y. can boast.
Exclusive ParU model from
theso designing artists
Faulette et Berthe,
Original sty Is conceptions
from theso great New York
The hats pictured In this
announcement are all original
Imported models sketched la
Brandeis marvelovi atttmblaqt
of Frenck patterns has been
commented upon by every East
ern millinery expert who was
abroad during the millinery
buying season in Paris. Our
yew York representative wot
for Brandeis in person. The
extreme variety of the fall styles
necessitated large purchases in
order to secure a thorough expo
sition of styles.
Brandeis' Stunning Model Ha.ts at $5
As a great special offer for Saturday, to make our opening an event of purchasing importance as well
as a sumptuous style show, we present the widest variety of beautiful new fall hats to sell at a very
moderate price. Hundreds of the most charming autumn hats each one a model of perfect J
style, fashioned of elegant materials. The new Hippodrome Sailors, the 'Marquise Hats, the
new Tricornes and the graceful autumn turbans. Such splendid hats would regularly
command twice the figure we ask for the opening we price them at
Elaborate Dress and Evening Hotis at $10
Txtremely modish hats of the most artistic character. The broad variety not only gives
a range of styles for every fashionable occasion but admits of the, satisfying of your
individual taste in point of favorite shapes and color scheme. Many are original New
York models, selected efiects from designers who fashion the hats of Gotham's 'Cl V
smartest set. Stunning picture hats the new reigning shades of London j HI)
smoke, peacock blue, prune, dark olive, amethyst, mauve, moles' kin, etc
The approach of the Horse Shaw ths advent of a brilliant theatrical season and the many
fashionable dress occasions of a Fall 5sasjn will give Omaha women a keener interest In
the more elaborate and exclusive styles of millinery than ever before. We present our
MANY ORIGINAL AND EXCLUSIVE MODELS IN
Imported French Pattern Hats
A gallery of fashion's most brilliant achievements. To present to Omaha ladles the most comprehensive view of Parisian
vogue, our personal representative has selected a complete array of French patterns, typifying each class of modish head-
wear from the most elaborate horse show model to the neat
est little Paris turban. Scores of the most exquisite effects
ever conceived by French designers, at
$15, $20, $25, $30, $35
Smart Fall Hats at $2.50
Our special effort to have In readiness
for the opening a great assortment of
extremely modish popular priced mil
linery has been very successful. Here
are very smart, stylish street and trim
med hats, made In our own work sy, C(
rooms and showing all the reigning J?
styles a groat special value at...""
Dressy Street Hals at $1.50
Jaunty and stylish to a great degVee are
these simple, little street hats In the
new sailor and turban shapes trim
mings are new and the hata smart In
appearance. Very dressy for street
wear and worth much more than
wo Haft iur mem will
Feathers a.nd Trimmings
Falls most stylish garniture wings,
breasts, pompoms, ' tips, quflls, orna
ments, the large fashionable roses, jets,
aigrettes, etc., etc. Every sort of trim
ming that will be popular shown in all
varieties a splendid showing at a range
of moderate prices.
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A glance at a few of the
scores of Paris patterns
to be seen at our opening
A stunning crentlon in the new
moleskin shades three long
tips form a plume on one side
of a flat topped crown, crown
drapery of doep creamy satin.
Puffed rosettes of the same un- '
derneath the crown in the back
and over left ear.
A neat brown felt plateau, has
upturned portions of brim
draped with loose folds of vel
vet of deeper shade; at one side
a small pout of ostrich tip of
corresponding shade, slightly
tinged with, dull pink sheaf of
aigrette slants backward.
A large mushroom hat of black
velvet, has facing of shell pink
silk; around lower flat crown
is a wealth of large pink roses
and foliage and on the bandeau
a chou of shell pink silk.
A remarkable model Is a medi
um sized hat with a dome
crown and a narrow rolled
brim. Made of brown brush
felt, crown covered with gray
smocked silk. On either side
are very large wings, the out
shle of pale brown and the In
side of gray.
A hat of peacock blue velvet,
turned up vertically In the
bark, has two half long feath
ers set against the brim, their
tips curling forward. A fold of
velvet encircles ' the crown,
which Is quite low, and tied in
a cravat bow in front.
DISOBEDIENCE CHIEF P01H
Oomoilmei'i Violation of Court' I Ordsr
litis Main Part ef Information.
JUDGE ALLOWS SLABAU6H TO AMEND
Caadl Protests, bat Finally Con
sents with the Record Show
ing He Waives Ho
Right of Clients.
At the opening or the contempt hearing
against Ave councllmen In Judge Button's
court Friday morning the Judge allowed
the county attorney to amend his infor
mation, or rather to Interline and modify
It to show the accusation of disobedience
of a court order at the prominent feature.
Attorney Connell, for defendants, ob
jected most seriously to the amendment or
modification, but nnully consented to It
with the record showing that he thereby
waived no right of his clients if, as he
contended, the order of the court itself was
unauthorized. lie then proceeded to argue
along tt is line. In some respects traversing
ground already gone over, but with fuller
emphasis on the claim that the order of
the court, construing its terms strictly
lias not been violated at all, since the
ordinance was not passed In proper form.'
The hearing Is still In progress.
47; Mary Grant Wallace, 2430
The following births and deaths have been
reported to the Hoard of Health during the
twenty-four hours ending at noon Friday:
Births O. J. Hughes, r30 Burt, boy; Wil
liam Woodworth, North Klghteenth
boy; Joseph Hinder, 193 South Fourteenth'
girl; Stanley Blue, 17 North Twentv
rlghth avenue, bry; John H. Psrry. 4224
Emmet, boy; Ross Cameron. fc6 Cedar
boy; Will Johnson. 4J.'l Bewurd. lrl:
Charles Muny. 2fcJ4 Chicago, hoy. '
Deaths John J. Laptnit. T"l Smith Six
teenth, S3; John Waslelewskl. 1738 South
WOMAN HOUNDED TO DEATH
Repetition of False Story Drives m
to Commit Suicide.
NEW YORK, Sept. 16. Lorenzon Berry,
a carpenter of West Medford, Mass., today
Identified as that of his daughter Ella, the
body of the young woman who committed
suicide on Wednesday in the Hotel Man
hattan. She was a stenographer In her
borne town, be said.
Mr. Berry declared that the publication
of an untrue story in a Boston paper a
year ago, that his daughter had run away
with a married man, was the cause of her
self-destruction. The next day, Mr. Berry
said, it turned out that she had merely
been on her vacation alone. Although the
paper published a retraction. Mr. Berry
added, the Injury done her was great and
she never recovered from It, but grew
more and more downhearted and morose.
"Wherever the daughter would go," Mr.
Berry continued, "it would seem as some
one' was ready to point her out as a girt
who had been mixed up in a disgraceful
affair. Then she went away from home
to seek employment in other cities. She
would be a short time In a place when
the story would reaoh the ears ot her em
ployers and she would be told that she
could not remain. This happened several
times until my child could not bear it any
Elmur Berry, the dead girl's brother, who
was with the father, said that a letter had
been received by the family from the girl
In which they were notified by her that
she had decided to put an end to it.
"I cannot bear this false stain upon my
character," she wrote to nor- father, and I
see nothing else for me to do than to kill
myself. Please forgive me and believe that
I would not do this thing if It were not
that I am nearly out of my mind with
grief and horror at the awful story which
everybody seems to thin lb true."
The young woman registered at the Man
hattan hotel Wednesday afternoon under
the name of "A. W. Wlldey of Washing
ton, D. C," and that night killed herself
with poison and pistol.
OPENING 0FTHE SURW00D
First Performance Will De Given
at the New Theater This
Last night the lights at the Burwood
theater were given a final test and found
to be in good working order, the company
held a dress rehearsal of the play that Is
to be presented tonight, and the last de
tails arranged for the opening tonight.
About all that is to be dpne today Is to
place the potted plants and flowers In po
sition, put up the last of the decorations
and open the doors. Borne little formali
ties will be observed in connection with
the opening, but not enough to Interfere
with the progress of the play.
REDICK INVESTS IN OMAHA
Sells Los Angeles Property and
Brings Money to Rate City, Where
Real Estate Is Cheap.
John I. Redick Is selling his Los Angeles
property and will Invest his money In
Omaha real estate. He has just sold a lot
for llOu.OuO which he bought sixteen years
sgo for $48,000 and the Investment has paid
him 6 per cent interest stni-e the purchase.
He thinks Los Angeles values are high
enough now and he will place his money
in Omaha, where real estate is cheap and
where he thinks he lias a prospect of
doubling his money In a few years.
REFUGEES AT CINCINNATI
Tws Hundred People Fleeing from Yellow
Fever Ee&cb Ohio City.
FIVE OF PARTY AFFLICTED WITH PLAGUE
Train Is Met st Depot by Ambu
lances and Sick Persona Are ,
Taken to the City
CINCINNATI, Sept 15 At least five per
sons suspected of having yellow fever,
arrived here today over the . Queen &
Crescent line at 2:40 a. m. Those held are:
Mrs. T. J. Boan of Tallulah, La.; Miss
Anna Stone, Mrs. J. Stone of Tallulah,
La.; Willie Walters Smith of Lake Pro
vidence, La., and Miss Stockner of Lake
The train consisted of 200 refugees from
Lake Providence, La., and Tallulah, La.,
who were fleeing from the yellow fever.
Dr. Clark W. Davis, health officer of
this city, being notified by General Pas
senger Aeent Rinearson that he was
bringing aw people from the south up In
a speclul, sent Dr. F. B. Lyle and an as
sistant to board the train at Lexington, ex
amine the people aboard and wire him.
Ambulances were at the train to re
ceive the patients In response to a message
from Dr. Lyle.
Sick Try To Escape.
When the train reached Lexington
several persons who were sick attempted
to escape, but were caught by the police
and forced baek to the train. They were
taken to the branch hospital on their ar
All the other passengers of the train were
of persons believed to have teen Implicated. I " " , -.. .- -
The arrests were made without violence the names and addresses of all were taken
and it Is now beloved there will be no ) and they can be reached by the authorities
further trouble The race war resulted , lf nrPdt.d. R(.rorU that a Iarse number of
Raee War Is Stopped,
HENPERSON, MOL'NDH, Mo., Sept. 15.
Sheriff Henry and a posse of deputies to
thev utonieu the race riot trouble here and
have restored peace by arresting a number
New foci a
Cuses under treatment 830
Cases discharged 1,844
The number of new cases continues
larger than was hoped for, but this has
not had any dispiriting effect on the peo
ple. Country reports were a little more en
couraging. The reports of the new cass
were: Wlllswood, 2: St. Rose, S; Kenner,
S; Terre Bonne parish, 6; Patterson, 19;
Tallulah, 18 cases, 1 death; Lake Provi
dence, 15 cases; St. Bernard pariah, 1
The news that fifty or more of the
refugees from Tallulah who reached Cin
cinnati were found to be penniless and
likely to be stranded far away from home
and friends created much surprise here.
While It Is not believed that the fever
can gain a foothold In any of the northern
towns to which the refugees have gone,
much apprehension is felt for those who
develop the disease, since they will be
beyond the reach of trained yellow fever
Passed Assistant Surgeon N. A. Roseau,
bacteriologist of the marine hospital, ar
rived here today froai Washington. He
said he had been sent by Dr. Wyman to
study certain phases of the situation and
to report upon what had been discovered.
railroad company honor me with their
proxy to vote at the annual election on the
second Tuesday of October, and I am
placed In control of the company, the Wa
bash railroad will be operated entirely In
dependent of all other Interests than those
of the debenture and stockholders them
selves. I wish to deny emphatically this
statement that there Is any alliance on my
part with the Vanderbllt or IVew York
Central Interests or with the Pennsylvania
Interests or any other Interests which
would prevent the handling of the Wabash
properties for any other purpose than giv
ing tlie returns to those who have their
money Invested there."
This statement was made today by Joseph
Ramsey Jr., the president of the Wabash,
with whom the large Gould interests in
the property Is now at variance.
St. Joseph Furniture Store.
ST. JOSEPH. Mo., Sept. IB. Lightning
struck the Hax-Bmlth Furniture company's
store during a severe electrical storm and
It was totally destroyed. Loss, jaoO.OuO, one
third on building; fully Insured.
employment or n
mhites in dolp- some of the heavier worn
In a lumber mill. Kttt
TWO ITEMS OF SPECIAL IMPORTANCE
AT KILPATRICK'S SATURDAY, SEPT. 16th, AT 10 A. M.
Item one-About 50 misses' suits worth "SO
from $12 to $20, will be sold, at, each
These range In sizes from 8 years to t years, Jut right for school wear. Mainly Peter Thompson
style. If you saw them in the window and have any latercat. you will be on hand and you'll have to be
prompt for lot Is very limited.
item two Did you see window filled w
kid gloves? If you did 'nuff said. Per pa
Those who did not see the display will be interested to know that we will offer 103 dosen kid. lamb
and mocha gloves, practically all colors, and in sizes ranging from 5H to 7. WORTH note the word
pleaseworth up to $1.60 per pair, on Saturday at 10 a. m. 76 cents pej- pair.
GUARANTEED and fitted any day after the sale not more than 10 pairs to any customer.
Thomas Ctilpafrick S. o.
these were also sick, were Investigated by
physicians during the day.
Fifty of the party of 2u0 came up to this
city absolutely penniless, though euch car
ried a lot of hand baggage. These fifty
gathered together In a group .at the Grand
Central station. Congressman It. K.
Kanadale of Lake I'rovldence, La., was on
the train and he and his family rendered
every assistance to tiie stranded group of
At Tallulah, La., seventy-five persons
boarded the train, but they did not get on
at the station. Knowing they would have
difficulty in getting out of town, which is
in the heart of the fever district, they
walked out a mile and hulf and when the
engineer stopped for them the crowd of
men, women and children got aboard.
Some of these are among the penniless
Luter in the day after the physicians had
been able to mnke a more thorough in
vestigation the five suspected cases were
declared to be genuine yellow fever and
were Isolated and arrangements made fot
I'artr Passes Chattanooga.
CHATTAN OtXl A , Tenn.. Sept. 15. Two
carloads of yellow fever refugees from
Iike I'rovldence, Tallulah and other Louis
iana towns passed through the city this
morning bound north.
Bitaatloa at !ew Orleans.
NEW ORLEANS. Sept. 15. -Report of
yellow fever situation to f p. m. Friday:
Total ta date
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RAMSEY TO MAKE A FIGHT
Mill Not "ten Oat of Wabash rrrsl
'dfner at the Hruuest of
NEW YORK, Sept. 15. Great surprise
was expressed in the financial district of
this city today when the public appeal of
Joseph Ramsey, Jr., president of the Wa
bash railroad, to the stockholders of the
company to continue him In office became
known. At the office of George J. Gould
no statement cop Id be obtained concerning
Mr. Ramsey's action.
John P. Ramsey, son of the president of
the Wabash, was seen today.
"At what do you estimate the holdings
of the Gould party?" he was asked.
"I understand that they amount to to per
cent," he replied.
"The next largest owners are the Rocke
fellers, are they not?"
"That Is my understanding," replied Mr.
"My father," he continued, "has the sup
port of several large stockholders In this
fight, and, of course, expects to win. There
has been some dissatisfaction as to the
way earnings have been applied. The views
of my father on this point have clashed
with those of Mr. Gould.
"There are only two ways of getting over
this difficulty my father should leave the
company or else the control should be
turned over to the interests In sympathy
with his views."
"Mr. Ramsey was asked to surrender the
office of president and was for dntng so at
once, but holders cf large blocks Of Wa
bash securities persuaded 1dm not to do
so. The same Inti-rests now wish him not
Cariosity May Cost Kyesltcht.
PIERRE, 8. Sept. 15. 8peclal Tele
gramsCharles Lumlsrom of Ree Heights,
while visiting the mill at this city today,
attempted to examine the Interior work
ings of the gas engine with a lighted
match and was severely burned about the
head and may Iobb his sight from the ef
fects of the burns.
Celebrates Advent of Railroad.
DENVER. Bept. lb Hot Sulphur Springs,
110 miles from lenvr In Middle park,
celebrated the completion of the penver.
Northwestern & Pacific railroad (Tne Mof
fat eiver-Rull Lake line) to that point
and the Inauguration of regular train ser
vice today with a barbecue and sportB. An
excursion train was run for the Denver
Chamber of Commerce.
CZAR STOPS DISCRIMINATION
Imperial t'kaae Abolishing; Ret alia
lory Duties Goes Into Imme
diate Effect In Russia.
ST. PETERSBURG. Bept. 18. The Im
perial ukase abolishing the retaliatory du
ties on American Imports was gasetted
today and whs placed in Immediate effect
at all the customs houses by telegraphic
orderB from the ministry of finance.
The ukase is as follows:
Acting on the recommendation of the
minister of finance September T the emperor
First To revoke the order planing a
higher duty on certain goods of t'nlted
States origin which are Included under sec
tions 82, irm, 151. lt 153. Ml, 1H7 B and ITS C
of the general customs tariffs for European
trade and to revoke also the necessity for
showing a declaration of origin of manu
facture. Second This order shall be published In
the Index of laws and telegraphic Instruc
tions Blmll be piven to all customs houses
to put It Into effect at once.
The Imports affected by the foregoing
sections Include resins, tars, finished and
unfinished castlron. wrought Iron and steel
and manufactures thereof, such as boilers,
tools, sewing machines, agricultural Imple
ments, traction engines and gas and water
meters. These are now Importable under
the general European tariff and after Jan
uary 1 under the schedules of tha new
Russo-German commercial treaty.
IVee Want Ads Produce Remits.
to sever his connection with the company
at the expiration of his term, which occurs
on October 10. but to continue to be presi
dent, and they have pledged their support
In a fight to secure the turning over of
the control to Individuals holding the same
views that he holds as to the best way of
operating the road."
"Are these Individuals the Rockefellers V
Mr. Ramsey was asked.
"I nally cannot say," he replied.
PITTS HURG. Bept. 13. "If the majority
debenture sad stockholders of the Wabash
Say Plainly So Your Grocer
That jou want LION COFFEE always, and h,
being a square man, will not try to aeU you any
thing elae. You may not care tor our opinion, but
What About the .United Judgment o! Millions
of housekeepera who have uoed LION COFFEE
for over a quarter of a century ?
Ia there any stronger proof of merit, than th
Confidence of the People
and ever Increasing popularity T
LION CO f TEE Is care lolly se
lected at tbe plantation, shipped
direct to our various factories,
where it la a kill fully roasted and
carelully packed In sealed pack
sues unlike loose collee, which
Is exposed to germs, dust. In
sects, etc. LION COrf "EE reaches
yon as pure and clean as when
It left the factory. Sold only In
1 lb. packages.
Lion-head on every package.
Bars these Lion-heads for valuable premiums.
SOLD BY GROCERS EVERYWHERE
, WO0L0N SPICE CO., Toledo, Obis.
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