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EXTRA SPECIALS IN
SALE OF FINE I
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$1 Silks at 39c a Yard $
A Xew York manufacturer of fine dress $
taffetas, going out of business, closes out
to ' Brandeis 3(10 pieces of mostly 27 inch &
full RtanHard all' silk ' tnffetn. mudn v.
l pressively for manufacturer's units, skirts, 3
petticoats and waists. They consist of f
plain and glace effects. jjjj
In our elaborate Ifith street window in tlu?
P new building, we have shown the new p
jjS browns, leather browns, russet browns &
new Pans brown, Havanna brown, etc. r
Thousands have asked. How can Bran-
deis sell such wonderful silks for .'We? $
hvery yard in the lot is positively worth
$1.00, and wjll go on
sale in main silk de
triment, new store,
Lnd section, Monday,
FOR ENTIRE BANKRUPT STOCK
uur line sm ..i r ana Sr-'.w dress goods, silk x
and wool crepes, eoliennea ami poplins;
lor street and party wear
also plain and seeded
chameleons; go at,
I 59 Pieces of Genuine C. J. Bonnet H Co.
KTcry ladr knows these black Bilks. We are the
only dlrort Importer of Bonnet allkg. Insuring yon &
fresh goods. Iook for the home anxi jockey trade
mark on every oieee. Old shop worn black silks
never wear well. We carry V J. Bonnet & Co.
Ladies9 Suits, Skirts,
Waists and Petticoats
All of Shelley's finest $-20.00
and $25.00 Tailor Made
uits will go at
All of Shelley's fashionable
$30.00 and $3o.00 Tailor
made Suits will go at
All of SheUev's elegant $50
and $00 Tailored Suits and
Costumes will go at
All of Shelley's $7.50 and $8.00 Silk IVt
icoats, best silk petticoat value ever
offered by Brandeis 3 98
All Shelley's $5.00 and . $6.00 Wool -Waists,
in one great lot, at, Cfl
All of Shelley's finest $10 Walk
ing Skirts go in one lot at. . . .
All of Shellev's $17.50 and $20.00 Silk
$1.50 and $2.00 Silks at 59c Yd. i Lined VoiI skirt8 hl one k,t
full line of black Bilks,
anJ .l 1 V. I . k.
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absolate guarantee, Q
for Monday only,
we offer 50 pieces of n
black Bonnet taffe- V
ta, fn main silk
; I1.B0 and 12.00 45-ln. chiffon Kauir, 45-ln. printed Mtvr- a,
nutsltto, 4(Vln. silk vofli'K. 45-ln. prlntPd Kadlum bilks.
v Odd iiatterns: a (treat many exclusive designs, v
S bought specially for the opening. KSt d S
v i ne enure ioi ror qutcK Beiunft,
9 Monday, main silk department
DOUGLAS STREET, O
MOST WONDERFUL BARGAINS in
Ostrich Plumes ; lips
All of Shelley's 50c real ostrich tips,
in black only, on sale in our mil
linery department, at, each
All of Shelley's 75c real ostrich
tips, very long, on sale at,
All of Shelley's $1.50 extra long m A
heavy ostrich plumes, in black 6 M O
only, on sale at H-r
All of Shelley's $5 alid $10 ostrich plumes,
black, white and all colors, go 50 fl C
on sale in two lots, at, each -mpJ
Choice of any of Shelley's $10 and $15 trimmed
hats, both wool, felt and velvet hats,
trimmed elaborately with ostrich vp JU
plumes, fancy feathers and orna- ti
Shelley's Silk Velvets
Li AfW hlllnment of Silk Plaids Sinn nlnir Pronch
plaids, Batin barred plaids, in the newest combl- $
jfe nationa and color ef
S fecta, for Monday,
fe yard ,
u Silk linings and Satin linings ::
R Special for Monday 36-lnch Sandow lining An
W satins, will wear for 2 yewrs, yard tfdC V
5 SC-Inch genuine Skinner satins, 25 differ- f or
it ent shades, yard luo
?5 3 9-lnch Cleopatra satins, all colors,
S J!0 pieces all silk faced velvets I black only Cfl S
W positively worth $1.00 yard, at, yard, 3UC !r
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An Extraordinary Sale of
Exceptional bargains in silk velvets,
blacks and all colors, many of them
Shelley had marked up to $2.50 per
is inthennewelt combih $ ar( ("uore on front ')ar- M f feathers, wings, breasts, entire birds, etc, thi
A iyj'ssSsi i iain square, new store, at; IP I he h&d marked up to $2.50, J Ac
OSC-M-l "I Ppr .var1 Join two lots, at each 1U -AO
ments.'on sale in millinery,, dept., at. . .
All of Shelley's $5 and $7.50 Made Hats, beautifully
trimmed with ribbons, ornaments and plumes, J Cfi
on sale at , . . .D)
All of Shelley's stlRM In evening shades, also checks and
plaids, worth $1 per yard, go on sale
FANCY FEATHERS All of Shelley's fancy
feathers, wings, breasts, entire birds, etc, that
Fine Embroideries in medium and cor
set cover widths all fine new patterns
on bnrgain square, newf C Ct
store, at, yard .... IJC'AJv
Laces from the big purchase these are
in' white, cream and ecru, edgings and
insertings a variety of widths, on bar
gain tables, in our
new store, at
HANDKERCHIEFS - These handker
chiefs come in all linen, also in fancy
border effects, many are initialed
three specials for C ff 1
Saturday, each. , vJC-IUC-IC
Ladies' Veils and Veiling, actually worth
up to $1.00, many with silk and velvet
Ladies' Neckwear, in turn
overs, tabs and stocks. . ,
Ladies' White Kid Gloves, in lfi-button
lengths, also ladies' 8-button length
kid gloves in black and white, Clft
worth $.'i.00, at IfO
Ladies' Long Silk Kayser Gloves, in
black and white, at, f Cfl
THREE BIG SPECIALS
All the "started bolts" in the hew
$ Brandeis tore will be sold nt three special
prices Monday. .
50c Wool Dross Goods, plaids, silk and
S wool Buttings, mohairs, etc., at. ' Sf
J, 54-Inch Tailor Cloth, cream serges. Pan- ; It g
mas, Taiior suiting, etc., wortn up VSwJf )
to $2.60 a yard,, at, yard.
All our very best Black and Colored Goods, m -V
plaids, chlflon Panamiis, tallofsultl(rs, fxgC
etc.. worth up to $2.60 a yard. at. yr.rd.vi V V
We bought, in Paris and England thtt dale
silk voiles, silk Marquisettes, plain and Titocfor a
street and party gowns, also cloths for street and 9
tailored costumes in separate and excluslT pat
A Broadcloths (In aisle 4) at, CI 1 C2 if
9 yard $1 10 pD k
A $2.25 Black Chiffon Broadcloth, special ' - P f ?
V Monday, at j ; . . S
e Newest Plaids, special at, 2ff( $4
39c to VI
.peclal , n
The Newest Plaids, special at
$1.00 grade Silk and Wool Plaids, special
Monday, at, yard
Panama Suitings, specially priced
at, yard '
$1.00 and $1.25 Check Panamas, tpeclal
Monday , at,- yard
Entire stock on hand of Linen and Huck
Towels at about One-Half real value. The $
regular retail prices should be 15c to 50c
eacn. xxra large ana exxra neavy no
more than a d.ozen to a cus
tomer, at . .
Every possible advantage to customers is
offered in our greatly enlarged curtain dept.
in new store west end. Plenty of room and
lots of daylight helps you in the selection
from this up-to-date stock.
Good strong Lace Curtains, 3 yards long, up Cfi
to 60 inches wide, special at, pair J OK
I.ace Curtains; dozens of pretty patterns, 3 Qfi
yards long and all widths, at, pair i. 0
Fine lace curtains, in white or two-tned effects, pretty
plain net curtains, and many other styles 1 n A
unusual vaJues, pair. -JO
Striped scrim curtains) with fringe at bottom, J r
at, pair '. . . . . .rD
Couch Covers, in stripes, extra heavy at this IOC
price, worth $1.88, at ,D
Window Shades, cloth, good rollers, ?"ir
You Can Save
Money on Your
Carpets and Rugs
The best nigs, the best carpets and the best linoleums in Omaha are to be
found in our great daylight carpet section second floor, old building. You
can buy the same fine rugs and carpets here for less money than in any other
store in Omaha. The latest and most desirable patterns.
Extra heavy gray, white and
and 12-4 size blankets, fancy
colored, worth $1.75 a pair,
Sample wool blankets, gray.
and plaid wool, 10-4, 11-4 ,
slightly soiled, but evenW
double a pair, , f 98'
iikoiine ana sateen covert
filled with pure white cottorj
Thev are all made extra h
assortment to select from i
arcade or QOrt
basement.'.-; . .OC
Best quality Tapestry Brussels Carpet, with
or without border, floral and oriental "7Q
designs, regular $1 goods at, yd I L
Kegnlar 85c grade Brussels Carpet,
new patterns, at, yard
imnnrMnrif .fntnniMniriS JgDAIMnPI
Best 85c grade Standard all wool In- ttEn
grain carpets, all new patterns, at yd. . D3C
9x12 Axmin8ter Rugs, floral and oriental de
signs, a splendid line that reall.vn05Q.ffar
should be seen to be appreciated, uu QuJ
An Entire New Line of Ingrain Art Squares
Finest line of colors we ever showed, beBt quality all wool filled 6 ft. x 9 ft., $3.98
7 ft. x 9 ft., $4.989 ft. x 9 ft., $5.98 9 ft. x 104 ft., 6.98 9 ft. x 12 ft., $7.98.
Kxtra special for Monday are our 8-3x10-6 and 8-8x11 Brussels Rugs usually sell for
$18.50, at $12.00.
AT WHITE GOODS COUNTER .
Nw 8ter, Alale 7.
Just received a line of the handsomest
mercerized white waistings
ever shown in Omaha, absolutely
new and our own Importation,
g NEXT TUESDAY, OCT. 16
i Children's Souvenir Day
ft To every little boy or girl accompanied by a
j grown person, we will give a large toy ballon.
These balloons are novelties bought by us ex
pressly in Paris and never before Been in this
country. They are of immense sire' and there la
a picture on each one.
Great sales of children's wear will be beld on
g Tuesday throughout our great atore.
HOW COAL PRICES, CO CP
, Ecrtry of Exchange Says it Sailed
Fchedules in Aueuit.
. DENIES ARBITRARY ACTION, THOUGH
Hrr Uitrom 8y Mat Uraltri
" Fallaw rrlce List, bat Soat
f TktM Depart
Tha prtoAfi of antiiraclte and anml-aauhrs-dla
were rawed m the result of a meeting
ef the OinaJta Oul ejichange, held August
It. aceortUiiar to the- tentiraony of Henry
s Oatrom, aecretu y of the Hxc-hange, yester-
.' Aajr tx Core Notary Charles A. l"ottr. The
ayldence win b lifted in the cottl trust
fcesxlivf; before Jude Troup and Is being
t&ksit In the farm of deitoeltious.
Mr. O Strom dented the( esi'luiiise arbi
trarily increased l price of coal. lie
aid the price list put out by the eichanae
was made up by him from the prUV sched.
ulea submitted by the differeut members,
! by taking the lowest price for each arsde
of coal. Prior to the meeting of Augurt lti,
the price of anthracite had been 110.25 on
the printed price list put up by the ex.
change. At that meeting new . schedules
on hard coal were handed In by the mem
bers. The lowetit price was 110.50, hence
that price was placed on the new schedule
that he got out. The list wan not ready for
distribution until August 31, he said.
"Did you notify the members of - the
raise immediately?" adked County Attorney
"No sir.' Some of the dealers would call
up by telephone to find out what coal was
selling at. I would tell them. I did not
notify all the members until the schedules
.. Soath Omaha the Same.
The same price on hard coal was made
about the same time by the South Omaha
It ttlso came out that there was a regula
tion to the effect that no member should
sell at leas than the schedule price reported
by him to the exchange. If be did be
wss subject to . a fins. It he wants to
change the price he Is required to file a
new schedule. The by-laws also provide a
fine for solit'ltlng business similar to the
provisions of the South Omaha exchange.
The cash book, which was examined by
County Attorney Slttbaugh, showed several
Instances of Ones being paid by members
Mr. Ostrom declared In all these cases the
fines were for maintaining sub-agencies or
soliciting business contrary to the constitu
tion. . . t
County Attorney SlabnusH linked him If
P. C Heafey had not bfen fined tlOO for
cutting prices, but he denied any such fine
was evef exacted white he was secretary.
He was. asked If it was not true that
Peter Hansen wanted a railroad to build
a spur for him. but had been refused be
cause he did not belong to the Coal ex
change. Mr. ORtrom said he had no knowl
edge of any such case.
The cash book failed to disclose apy
break In the record after January, IMS. It
was during 19t3, it was claimed, the ex
change dixbanded, because of threatened
prosecutions. The book snows the usual
entries during that year.
FOUR-LEGGED SKUNKS, TOO
Aalmale of til Kinds Are Hunted
Pens by the
o BLOOD HUMORS
Itching, disfiguring eruptions, rashes, boils, etc., as ' well as pimples,
black-heads and rough, scaly Bkins. ahow the presence of some irritating
humor in the blood. These acids and humors -with which the blood Is filled
re bdng constantly thrown off. through the pores and glands, and the skin
Is kept in a feverish, diseased and unsightly condition. Nothing applied
externally can change the condition of the blood or prevent the outflow of
poisons and acids ; only ponstitutional treatment can do this. The countless
washes, salves, lotions, etc., that are used cannot reach the humor-laden
Wood and are, therefore, useless, except for the temporary comfort and clean
liness they afford. The acid poison in the blood, whith is the cause of the
trouble, must be removed efore a cure can be effected. S. S. S. is a real
blood purifier, jHxssessing all the requirements to neutralise and remove the
hnwor. from the circulation. It completely eradicates every trace of the
poison and restores this vital fluid to its natural state of purity S. S. S. cools
the acid healed Mood so that instead of pouring out acrid matter on the skin
itfeelsaiidu'Airishcsit with health-sustaining properties, and the eruptions
ad diseases el the skin pass awav. Book on Skin Disease and medical
4vic tn. TH SYflfT SPCCITIG CO A TtAMTA, CA.
"Human skunks are often limited by po
lii'tMiim. but fuiir-lcjticed skunks seldom,"
iwlii Chief of Police lionnhue. "Yet the ex
periences of the blue-coated nfllcera are so
varied, more so because people Include
strange things within the scope of his du
ties that occasionally he does huve to hunt
thse little iieants.
"A woman called me up a few duys ago
ami aitkeil, 'Chief, do you remember about
five years ago you sent a niun to my hoiibe
to slKot a skunk in my chicken coop?"
" Ten,' I said.
'Well, there's another skunk In that
i hick"il coop."
"I told her to call up the police station
and tell the desk sergeant to send a man
to kill the animal. The skunk was shot."
PERMIT FOR NEW EXCHANGE
Cent pa ay for Lake Mreet
Ctmi'tderable activity was noted Saturday
morning In the building lnsrixctor's oftloc.
The Nebraska Telephone company led off
with a permit t 'erect a branch exchange
at .'11 1-ake street, to be known as the
"Iike exchange." Th permit wa( for
I17.0O9 and the m.iteiiul ne Iflcd was hricK.
Oihr permits i-ued were: Hush V
Borschman. Nlnteenth and Izard, tl.0
office building; K. I. OurliK h. KHO Hamil
ton, njQ daellaig, Ajima AlcCfy, W3 SouU
Twenty-seventh, $2,000 dwelling; McCague
Investment company. $1,500 Improvements
at 2208-10-12 Clark; Reed Hros., 2704 Maple,
Sl.OCiO dwelling; Charles Havllcek, 1343 South
Fourteenth, $SOO dwelling.
WOMAN IS STILL IN DANGER
Mrs. L. H. Opierniaa, Who Takes
Carbolic Arid, Hot Vet
The condition of Mrs. L. H. Oppermau,
who attempted to end her earthly career
early Friday nlbrning with a copious dose
of carbolic acid, was reported to be con
siderably Improved Saturday morning at
St. Joseph's hospital, where she was sent
by Police Burgeon Harris. It Is believed
the woman will recover, although she Is
still in a precarious condition.
Charles H. Hubbell, the old soldier who
waa sent to St. Joseph's hospital Friday
morning suffering from a slight attack of
paralysis, Is also reported to be somewhat
Improved. He was on his way to Hoi so,
Idaho, when his Illness while in this city
necessitated his removal to the hospital.
MIDWINTER PIONEER RALLY
rroposltloa to Hare Itennlou la DIs
' pussed by the Old Timers
t Last Merttac
At the recent meeting of the Douglas
County Pioneer association ten new names
were proposed for membership. The suc
cess of the picnic held at Ilansxom park
during the summer was such as to deter
mine the association to nuke these nnnual
i,'iithcriiit;s a regular feature. A proposi
tion also was discussed looking to holding
tl midwinter social guthulng about Janu
ary 1. The plan was favorably ronnidered
anil arrangements will be inude at u Inter
meeting to formulate the plana of the
January social. i
TOO MUCH SLEEP MEDICINE
ot Awake at t oaaeil
Rlafs Hotel. .
W. II. Bayless. a fanner living near Can
tana, la., was found dead in his bed at the
(inodilch hotel, Council IllulTs, Haturday
inoriiing. I Ira III was -vldently caused from
nn ovcrdoHe uf chloral which KayleMM was
in the habit of using to Induce sir -p. lie
had been In the city tao or three ilujs on
a Uud del. lie retired Fliduy evening in
his usual uvea faswllii. . , T
You Can Reach Courtney's Through Brandeis' New Store West
Arcade. Entrance Also on Douglas St. and 17th St.
THE PURE FOOD CENTER OF OMAHA
We extend a cordial invitation to all to visit this New
Modern Down Town Grocery. A Model Grocery, Bakery
and Meat Market. Better Things to Eat for Less Money.
OUR MARKET AND DELECATESSEN DEPARTMENTS
HAVE SCORED A WONDERFUL SUCCESS
The last tvCo dayn have scon the biggest meat business in our history.
Many Imve told ue we have saved them almost one-third on the coat of their
meat. Not alone have prices created a sensation, hut the quality of the meat
we M'll have been a revelation to the consumer.
At our entranre to Bran del
Wft A trade.
I lu ii KundwichfMi, Coffee
or (ilnMM of Milk, each.
Ku trance from Courtney's or
Krandcik' uevr store et tunnel.
Xever have tenderer, juicier or oweeter meats been ,
placed on any table. Everything about this neat store of
our's is sanitary perfect, from the cutting, block to the
cold etorage plant.
Just ring up Douglag 647 and see what good result you will get.
Monday our deler-atessen department opens up with an added line '
of Imported and German Sausages) to tempt the palate of the most
(QOURTNEY (EL CO.
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