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HIE OMAJIA DAILY REE: SATURDAY. MAY 4.
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New Slice Department is Mow
It Is the Most Conntete, Modern and Richly Furnished Shoe Store in the West.
Display and Sale of ths MdsI Fashionable and Elegant Footwear Ever Shown In Omaha
Irance on 16th
You are always
sure to be perfectly
fitted by competent,
Shoes and Oxfords in the very
latest styles and in every novelty
effect for 1907. They're all good
shoes and the best values for the money that can
Shoes at Moderate Costr Nowhere in the west can
you find a store that offers such really good, de
pendable shoes at moderate cost. We mention spe
cially a splendid line of women's Low Q'Z T50
or High Shoes at, a pair jpJJ
the Red Cross Shoe
it bends with the foot and
requires no breaking in
easiest, most comfortable
shoe a woman can buy
"The Faultless Brand." -
Made of pongee, sateen, madras and flannel all silk
trimmed with silk frogs on jacket, white and variety of
colors, mis is an enure sample line oi
itosenieiar cc uo., naiumore, mu., maKers
of Faultless Fajamas the chance of a life
. time Saturday These fine Pajamas are
regularly worth $4 and'$5 a suit, at, suit
Men s 50c
Men's Spring Neckwear nobbiest and most up-to-date
ef lk tecks and four
regular 60c value,
Men's spring weight
Munslng make, at.
Men's light and
ribbed underwear, worth 'ir t J A (
up to 7Cc, at, garment. ... OC-J JC-fr JC
Men's $1.60 Shirts, negligee and
pleated bosoms, at
Men's Spring Hats
Derby or Soft Hats the favorite "Brandeis"
Special spring's leading styles. 2 00
The Stetson Hat -Soft and stiff styles T PA
latest blocks at J,D)
Men's Sample Hats Bought from a manufactu
rer and worth up to $1.60 each
Saturday, at, each
Boys' and children's
School Caps, at ... .
ELEVATION ON OUT, GRAIN
Alio wanes Thrn-Fonrtai of Ooe Cent Ter
Hun'rtd for Grrtt Western.
CONCESSION BY" INTERSTATE COMMISSION
Hakes Elevation Charge Now Per.
mltted on Urnln Coming; In
and Going; Oat of
On the request of President Btlckney per
mission has been granted by the Interstate
Commeite commission to the Chicago Great
Western railioad to establish a tariff grant
ing an elevator allowance of three-fourths
of 1 rent per hundred pounds on grain
thlppni from Omaha. Council Bluffs and
Kansas City. The new rate will be put
Into effect by the Great Western May T,
after three days' notice, as required by the
commission, and similar action probably
will be taken by other roads competing
with the Great Western.
Tl'.e Wabash road now has a tariff In
effect granting an elevator allowance of 1
cent per hundredmelght and this will be
reduced 'to three-fourths of a cent at the
expiration of the tariff schedule June I.
With regard to the concession granted by
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ON THE MAIN FLOOR BRANDEIS' OLD STORE
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Our new Shoe Department is now in readiness. Its arrangement and
furnishing make it the most elegant shoe section west of Chicago.
OMAHA'S MOST COMPLETE LINE OF HIGH GRADE SHOES FOR WOMEN
For Men, lor Children, lor Infants -Prices Will Always be Moderate
With Every Purchase We Give
NOVELTY SOUVENIR FREE
To each customer at our opening
we give a novelty pocket pen knife.
Spring Neckwear at 25c
- ln - hands,
medium weight balbrlggan
the commission Secretary McVann of the
Omaha Grain exchange says:
"Naturally this action on the part of the
Great Western and Wabash roads will be
followed by o'lirr roads which are la com
petition with ihe.n f ir business on the Mis
souri river. i The action of the Great West
ern in allowing on all business of the road
which pays the road will be particularly
acceptable to the elevator Interests, as they
can get the reduction on shipments to mills
In Iowa and elsewhere."
' Not to IndlTldnals.
The privilege granted to the Chicago
Great Western by the Interstate Commerce
commission was mude with the distinct
understanding that the allowance must be
made to the elevator performing the eleva
tion service and not to individual ship
pers, who do net own or operate elevators.
It was also Intimated by the commission i
that similar permission would be granted
to other carrleis at Missouri river points
upon application to the commission.
The elevation reduction of three-fourths
of a cent per hundred pounds which will
be given by the Chicago Great Western
and Wabash roads applies on all grain
shipped out to all points on the lines of
those railroads, provided the revenue
amounts to more than switching charges.
This nullities the effect of the rate as far
as shipments of grain from Council muffs
to Omaha are concerned, as the elevation
allowances on such shipments do not equal
the switching charges and the rate Is
therefore, Inoperative In this respect.
The decision o the commission relative
to the I'eavey case gave the Union Pacific
company the concession of granting an
elevation allowance on grain receipts,
while the elevation allowance to the Chi
cago Oret V'tm and V.'nbash is opera
tive ou grain slipped uuU
Mlealng; Bey's Bor rnnnn.
CLEVELAND, Hay 1 The mystery sur
rounding the disappearance of 1-year-old
Alexander Hoenlg. wham It was believed
had been kidnaped, was cleared up teday
by the discovery of the badly decomposed
beey ef the "boy tat a large barrel Dear
the home ef hla narenta. The bedy was
ertoealed beneaUi a let ef rubbish. The
Kiioe beileve the CM Id was muraared. The
y disappeared last alenday nlaat. The
nolle had eonurad tan oity la a vain bunt
er tb kad. aUrmilated by tb oCr t a
Urge msi4 Xor hia reooreT,
Prom the brilliant
plate glass entrance
to the new, rich ma
hogany fixtures this
store is a model of
beauty and conven
ience. SHOES FOR MEN
Brandeis' will always be a store
for men who want good, serviceable
shoes that fit right, feel right and
The "Kossmore" Shoe You'll say, as
does, that it's the best high class shoe
medium price its value is $5 its price
The Florsheim Shoe
The best shoe made, best in
every way gives longest
service and satisfies you
every hour you wear It
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BIG SPECIAL SALE SATURDAY
10 - tooth long
All steel blade garden hoe, at
Spade, hardwood, D
Steel Spading Fork, 4-tiae
Garden Trowels, made of
one piece, steel, for
Children's garden Sets 3
pieces hoe, rake and
Grass Shears, made of
solid steel, extra quality
AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA
Peckers Conceds Inortare n Wazei to Ibsir
ALL TALK OF STRIKE IS NOW AT AN END
Most of Men Who Walked Out Tues
day nnd Wednesday Return to
Their Old Positions This
Manager Michael Murphy of the Cudahy
Packing company said most of the
leaders who walked out Tuesday went
back to work this morning in a body.
It Is understood that they were con
ceded an advance In wages amounting to
from S to 10 per cent. This will apply to
common lab r. The managers of the pack
ing plants of the city met at the office of
the Union Stock Tarda compuny yesterday
afternoon after office hours, and It is stated
that they reached an agreement concern
ing the new schedule of wages to be put
into operation as soon as possible. This
will be in two or three days.
"The schedulea," said Mr. Murphy, "will
In all probability show a general advance in
wages from 5 to 10 per cent. The packers
are all agreed on the concession. The rent Is
a matter of detail." Manager Howe of Ar-
For Health's Sake
keep the bowels open, the liver
reflated, t'..i kiJnc.i acUve, the
stomach wc'U the blood pure, the
sleep sound, the brain clear with
Sold evarjrwhexe. IatxtxeslOcandSSc
yJ J reaay io
Open I ! $15
ever sold at a
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IN THE BASEMENT OLD STORE
Poultry netting, 2-lnch mesh, galvan
ized after woven, 12-lnch
width, by the roll, per
100 square feet
Other Widths in Proportion
50-foot section, 3-ply garden Hose
coupled with -inch spray 'Z IP
brass nozzle, at JtJ
Folding Go-Cart, like cut veneer
seat and back, steel running gear,
rubber tires, very light
and strong, this sale
mnur A Co. said that they hod not taken
back their men. nor had they agreed to do
so. They thought they would not be op
posed to it except In a few cases where
good reasons existed other than the fact
thai they walked out. "Many of the
strikers," he said, "arc trood fellows and
we hate to lose them. We have some, of
course, who are r.ot worth keeping. These
are the class who work a week or two and
then move on to other places. We will be
glad to see these leave town."
The strikers were perfectly orderly yes
terday and the streets were, for the must
part, deserted. Once or twice the local po
lice scattered a few small bunches of men.
These showed no disposition to resist and
the strike has not from the first assumed
anything of a serious rharneter.
The total proportion of the walkout was
mnde known yesterday. At Armour A Co.'s
fifty-seven men walked out nrd Cudahy's
sixty-three. There was a little talk among
the employes In the hide -rellsr about
quitting work Wednesday evenln;", but
nothing serious developed from It. 1 he po
lice have learned the names of all the
strikers and they declnre that ab-ut half
of them have been In Jail for r"tty offenses
during the last winter. The other half are
men of families and stand well with the
packers and will have no trouble In secur
ing or holding their old pla-es.
Sewers Simply Tkrlnyert.
It Is not believed that the permanent In
junction Issued Wednesday afternoon by
Judge Kennedy will materially delay the
sewer contracts This Injunction was Issued
on the first deposition of the plaintiff,
Muft! llrna rivnrkn. which H forth the
fact that the city wns attemptlnir to Hfirt
work on the sewer svstem when there v.i.
not sufficient m.-Miev n finish tha w--l It
is asserted that this will not necoadiute
the readvertislng for bids, but that the
work will proceed under a newly executed
contract upon the Issuance of the addi
tional $60,000 sewer bends. It la anticipated,
however, that an attempt will be made to
check even this preceedure. The validity
of the legislative act will be attacked In
all probability and this will mean much
delay. As to the permanent Injunction
Issued Wednaaday. W. Bcett King- said
that it effect would certainly be nothing
mora than a technical eomnlianoe with the
law, mad that ton decree of the court had
many men niay not wish to spend much on their
Suit this year. If that is your inclination Brandeis is
satisfy you perfectly Saturday with one of their
sausiy you periccuy odiurady wim
Men's Suits for
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uunarea suns in mis
they were secured through, a special
purchase. They are all new, snappy,
up-to-date ruits in the favorite styles,
shades and mixtures for this season
among thetn are many strictly pure
serges styles show single and
double breasted. You pay
$13 for these suits any
where else; select one fop
yourself Saturday at Bran
"ALWAYS BETTER CLOTHES"
I The "Renwick System" Suits for Men
Just the clothes that nine out of ten men look forwell tailored 2
5 and elegant appearing garments in the very latest and most correct h
styles at a moderat3 price. Well paid, skilled workmen make these
clothes and they have all the care of the most expensive clothes. '
I The Famous Rogers-Peel Clothes-Brandeis Sells Them Exclusively in 0maha$19 to $35
Nobbiest oi Spring Clothes for
la Our New and
Nobby, up-to-date Spring Suits,
fully a dollar on this suit at
Combination Suit Boys' suit, with
extra pair of Knickerbocker trous
ers free splendid materials an
Pretty Novelty Suits for Boys and Children the newest, best styles in
high grade and hand-made clothes for the little (J . iA O Ofl
chaps; prices are $D Up 10 JJQ
One package Cam
sure prevent! ve
RKainnt moths and
House Paint Best
ready for use, 16
and Floor Paint
none better made
Pekko Wall Finish
perfectly sanltufy for
walla, cellinss. etc.. In
B-lb. packagas, enough
for ordinary size "I C
room, package. ... v
Puts a new face on old
floors. old woodwork,
old furniture. Will not
crack nor dent. A per
fect finish. Demonstra
tion In old basement.
pen drafted by the attorneys for the de
fense and hence would not be determental
if there were any way to avoid it.
Dan Ilannon said that the decree making
the injunction permanent would not affect
his contract on the N street gulch sewer,
as he had bid under the estimate. The
work will therefore proceed, which he has
Carpenter Get Dad Fall.
Chester Stewart, a carpenter In the em
ploy of Swift and Company, fell off a
scaffold yesterday morning and sustained
severe If not dangerous Injuries to bis head
nnd chest. He was standing on a plunk
a3but fourteen feet above the ground when
It gave way and he fell on the rough
chimes of a barrel. His lungs were con
siderably affected by ths fall. The Injury
to his head was not so severe. He was
taken to the South Omaha hospital, where
he was attended by Pt. R. E. Schindcl.
The ductor Is of the opinion that he will
recover unless pneumonia should develop.
Argument on School Bonrd Case.
The Hoard of Kducatlon met and ad
journed last night without transacting any
business. It. will meet again Saturday night.
Tha Injunction proceedings have not drawn
to a close. The plaintiff's attorneys are
arguing the case. There are five lawyer
for the plaintiff and four for the defend
ants. Each of the lawyer has presented
arguments with the exception of two for
the plaintiff and these will probably finish
by noon todiy. The Judge la expected to
render his decision Saturday afternoon. Tt-e
lisle of teachers have been prepared by the
majority, ready to be voted on if they are
permitted to do so.
Monte City tioesl.
Men wonted. Bewer work. Na lonal Con
stiuc.u.i Co., wu:U OatJlu.
Jennie Uasburgh is quite seriously 111
from an attack of the measles.
William Ward Is erecting an SLSOO real
denoo at Twenty-third and D streets.
T. Perrine gava a party to a number of
friends at Uuj Nerth Twenty-fourth street
The funeral of Frank Schrlner will take
place In Kellevua at 1 p. in. lr. Wheeler
Prank Kupaugh. an old resident of tha
rlty. I thought to be la a dying condition
from heart trouble.
The women of tha Chiietfaa church will
hold a bakery exchange Saturday at Paul
lie net's meat market.
Tha Toucg Men's Cltrtatlaa S notation
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Finely Appointed Section on Second Floor, Old Store
made for good service you save
Combination Suit Boys' spring
several styles to choose from, extra
pair of Knickerbocker trousers free
with each suit,
and bat or catcher's mitt free
suit at $2 or more.
The Thousands of Omaha Well Dressed Men Who Want
Their Clothes Correctly Made-to-Measure Without Pay
ing an Extravagant Price Will Welcome Our New
Occupying Spacious and Finely Equipped Quarters- v j
ON OUR SECOND FLOOR -OLD STORE
Expert fitters insure perfect satisfaction. Your clothes
made in the latest and most up-to-date fashion and artfully
cut to your own measure.
As a "special Saturday, to demonstrate how thoroughly
we live up to our claim of made-to-measure suits at little
money we offer you
MEN'S MADE-TO-MEASURE SUITS
Select from a wide range of the latest 1907 woolens, in the '
favorite patterns for spring
correctly made to your measure for.
Ready to Buy Wall Paper?
The wall paper department, for everybody bar
gains not equalled elsewhere. We sell wall paper
and hang it under a guarantee.
Wall paper cleanero, the 20c size, 2 cans for. .23d
Paste In packages, that makes from 20 to 30 pounds
And refund your money If not satisfactory.
package, 16c and 25
Our specialty, 40c grade wall paper at, roll. . .i0
Imported wall paper worth 60c to 76c at.... 35
Floral and stripe wall paper at 16c down to. .
Papers, for kitchens, dining rooms and bed rooms,
worth 6c to 10c at 6Hc and 2H
team will play the Hoctors Saturday after
noon at Duffy's park.
C. l. Welch, Joe Brd, Edgar Griffin and
John Bohedo were fined for vagrancy in
police court yesterday.
The new Commercial hotel, formerly op
erated by Charles Anthes, has been sold to
W. K. Karie of Anita, la.
Chester Stewart Is reported doing well at
the South Omaha hospital. He waa hurt
yesterday morning at Swift's.
Al Trapp has so far recovered from hla
recent operation at the South Omaha hos
pital as to return to his home.
Lowe Bros.' high grade standard paint
for tl '" per gallon M l-eo J. Hurt, drug
gist. 2012 Q street. South Omaha.
The Gate City MMt works expects to
open Its doors 8atuti!y and will celebrate
the occasion with a grand opening.
The funeral service will be conducted
m SHOES FORM
Fit the Foot
9 It isn't easy to make shoes fit the foot.
If it were, more shoemakers would do it.
I Ordinarily the foot, more plastic than
new leather, is called upon to fit the shoe.
That's what "breaking in" a new shoe
means. Really it is the foot that
broken in. Hence all the ills the
foot is heir to. It means much
to the wearer to have the shoe
fit the foot.
lien's m iboc tbmt ion,
Tbat'g ona restoa why
If caJetf Kiag Qumllty.
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It dealer deea not esrry "KMO) Q UAL ITT," send for Irleed Catalog'.
ARNOLD SHOE COMPANY, No. Abimrton, Mass.
$33 f4m$K I
AIV: X" .i.1 1A s
Boys i Children
BASE BALL SUIT
Consists of pants,
shirt, cap and belt,
League outfit com
and summer. (T J
Visit our pew
and finely equip- n
ped Optical De
partment on main
floor, New Store.
In charge of our
fitted at moder
ate cost. Satis
faction assured. U
over the body of Pore Kekkelson at the
Brewer undertaking rooms at 2 p. m. today.
The following births were reported yes
terday: Mr. and Mrs. Tom Myler, Twenty
seventh and L, a girl; Sam Mortensen,
T. a girl.
Birdie Elders and nirdle Wiggins were ar
rested Inst night for alleged larceny from
the person of nn old man whom they had
enticed Into their apartments. The women
The Society of Willing Workers Of tht
Christian church will have a sale of homt
baking at the meat market of Paul HennL
near the corner of Twenty-fourth and J
streets, on May 4.
Henry Kukn reported to the police yester
day that tie was held up and robbed of ti
on the night of April tfi. He said the
robbery t-ok place at Twenty-ninth and
It. He waa unable to describe his assail
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