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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1907.
J. L. IBrantclels & Sons
Thi Honor of Your Presence i Requested at
BR AN DEIS
Millinery Opening Exhibit
Showing the Masterpieces from French and Amtriean lHign:rs ,
FOB AUTUMN 1907
Tn our Richlu Atvointed "
Millinery Department, Secnd Floor
Thursday and Friday
September 10th and SOth
Paris Pattern Hats Imported Direct
through Our Own Foreign
Office. Brilliant CnaUont
from Next) York Designers.
No formal Invitations.
Please Regard this
as a Personal Request to
View the New Styles.
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THE FALL STYLE ARISTOCRATS
I OMAHA AVKATHf.R FOKKC AST-
Tailored Suits lE Women
No question about this fall's fashion leaders the smartest,
newest style are all found in the " Fashionseals" the
new Fluffy Ruffles the long skirted coats the new
We declare these t suits to be the equal in every way to any
oi the most lavored new tall shades this is
emphatically the serviceable, stylish suit for
autumn price is..
The Smartest of Fall Suits at $32.50
You'd declare such channing suits aa these were made by
French modistes everything about them, fabric, design and
finishing shows their high character. Such suits as these
could never be found elsewhere at less than 150
$50 to $65 ,
Fall Suit at $14.85
Prince Chaps, etc., in the fitted and half fitted ideas a range
$17.50 tailored suit you've ever seen. All the correct new
styles, well tailored skirts with pleats
or bands special, at.
The Newest Voile Skirts lor Fall Wear
Extremely modish are those graceful voile skirts the new
fold and band trimmings new 6tyle features made of very
high quality voiles X 98 O 98 up 1185
excellent values, at........ O "O f I
Fine Panama Walking Skirts Very smart effects Z98
for fall J
Women's Net and Lace
Waists Autumn models
shown for the first time in
our waist section,
Silk Petticoat at $4.9S This
is certainly the finest silk
petticoat ever sold at such a
price, all colors,, fine T98
quality of silk, at... v. .
Q '. R 'l 'B H
-Thursday, Fair and Oxlcr.
OUR ANNIVERSARY This anniversary is miifle
interesting and noteworthy because of the crowds of bar
gain tables. and their continuous renewals. It is, strictly
speaking, a dry goods affair, commemorative of the
opening of our dry goods departments. AVe are offering
dependable merchandise at fractional prices.
WHITE GOODS REDUCED
A phenomenal purchase in White Goods, plain and fancy
weaves. French Lawns, Mercerized Batiste, Persian
Lawns and striped Waistings in lengths i .
from three to twenty-five yards: some M 13 JL ffh
goods in the lot worth up to 75c per O J? 2
yard. Remnant Thursday, per yard
yard of Flannfl
ate, for Klmooaa
la varlona leng'tha,
worth to is ccnta,
64 . Inch ;'. an . wool
Panama .la Tslaek,
bin, brown, graea
and winee, rery
firm and orlap,
Omaha's beat $1.95
BH to 7 yard a,
Some.rare bargains in Oak Dressers,
Chiffoniers, Buffet3, Rockers, Ladies
Desks, Combination Book Cases and
Reed Rockers, 10 Bed Davenports and
all our Velour, Plush and Leather
Six styles of Morris Chairs at
EXTREMELY LOW PRICES.
Partial purchaalng the water damag-ad places
can haTa them pat in perfect condition- without
extra chare if they will let ns hold the order a
Second flm1r , Fall
Day in UCUU "IU- W f Kill Opening
$25.00 Women's Man Tailored Suits
Madq in all the new Fall shades
of Broadcloth, black leather browns,
green, garnet, navy blue and Copen
hagen 'blue, Prince Chap and Mili
tary styles. Don't fail to see these
stunning styles opening Wednesday
B2$?Sf Millinery glnlne
Wt appreciate the at'endan'e on the first day of Omaha1 greatest Fall
milline.y debut. There's a conspicuous superiority of style, a greater ag
gregation of hightr grade modes.
The charm of dependablencss is outstanding.
Omaha was never treated to a more superior, masterly display of fall
fa hion mi'dinery before.
Second dayTburmdnyot fall opennij- will be more of a re
ception f ban a market. See our (J-81 before you boy, Zd floor.
Gold filled Bye
Glasses . with - first
quality leaa, rtf-u-lar
Syes tested free
by expert optician,
BENNETT'S BIG GROCERY
Koaated Coffee, pound '. 180
And 10 Oreen Trading; Stamps.
Tea Sifting, pound 15e
And 10 Green Trading; Stamps.
Granulated fcunar. .Double Oreen Trading; Stamps
Seal Island ClaniH, three Jara 8 So
And 10 Green Trading- Stamps.
Pearl Barley, special price, per pound So
Cleaned Currants, three lbs S4o
And 10 Green Trading Stamps. lE(!v-l )
And 20 Oreen Trndinir Stamps. jfrWUiWil
Marabull's Kippered Horrlng. can Oo CSfH
Anct id (reen Trading- Stamps.
Peanut Mutter, Jar SOo
And 10 Green Trading; Stamps.
Gelatine, pound package 30oJ
Royal Macaroni, pound package xOo
And 10 Green Trading Stamps.
Worcester Tablo Salt, two sacks lOo
And 10 Green Trading Stamps.
Three Star Salmon, can SOo
And 20 Green Trading Stamps.
Peach Special An opportunity to buy some fine
larfre Utah poaches, from six to eight dozen In
cane, as long aa supply lasts, Thursday only, per
BUY' CARPETS AND FURNITURE HOW
THE REUIABLK TWK J
CHIMmKX S ,
Supetb Showing of Fall Styles
Our lndlps Suit Dt-partmpnt always leaders in variety
and quality of showing", has certainly outdone any
former effort this season. The most beautiful and
popular st. It idtas Trom tho foremost designers ol
this and forelpn ttylo i-entors are shown In almost end
less variety of rolor and fabric It would be difficult
to Imagine a more complete collection of the nobbiest,
new garment styles. , '
we would rail your special attention to tbf t
$10 French Voile Skirts $5.95
Beautiful French Voile Skirts trimmed
with pleats and bands of taffeta, well
worth $10, special Thursday 5.05
' $5 New Fall Wa sts $2.98
Japs, Nets, Linens. Sicilians and fine
Henriettas, values to $5.00, choice
Thursday for 2.98
magnificent display of
" New Crown Jewel Suits
Through three seasons these beuutlful Tailor Suit!
have gained in popularity until now, among dls- ,
criminating women who are looking for the best'
stylo and quality at a niodernte price, they rank
first. A new lot in handsome chiffon broadcloth
Just received, $35.00, values the land over. Our
price, always $23.00 '--.
$22.50 Tailor Suits $14.95
As a special for Thursday wo will offer 200 beau
tiful Tailor Suits, made of all wool cheviots, serge
and fine broadcloths, cutaway, Prince Chap and
Fluffy Ruffles styles, in all newest shades, bought
to sell at $22.50, choice Thursday $514.05
Beautiful Chiffon Voile and
All Imported . designs trimmed with
bands and fine laces, all the newest
shades for street and evening wear,
greatest variety and bestalucs
shown In Omaha at $35 OO
$40 $50 $GO AM $75
Silk and Satin Rubberized Coats Mo8t ch. ' lcs m
f or Auto or street wear, snown in an
tbp newest styles and colors, checks,
stripes, plaids, fancies and plain col
ors, prices $12.50 UP to $35.00
FROM O TILL lO A. M. Women's
$6.00 Silk Underskirts, on sale
Mohegan coverts, 32 in. length, silk;
trimmed, satin lined throughout,
special values at $5.98 $7.50
FROM 10 A. M. TILL 12 M. Women's
$2.00 Moire Underskirts on sale
at . 79
On Special Sale Thursday
20c ALL LIXKX LACKS AT YARD Cc A splendid lot of Matched Sets ot
very fine Linen Torchon Laces and Insertions, worth regularly from 10c to
20c yard, at choice jj
$3.00 ALLOVER LACKS for . .OK (LIXKX FINISH THRKA I) for . ,2)4A
Just the thing for lace waists, a
PEARL BUTTON, per dozen 1
Sample Thread, the strongest' made.
on special sale Thursday.
CORSET COVER EMBROIDERY per
Extra Specials for Thursday
IW OTJ I-ADIOTS3 DOMESTIC BOOM
0:00 TO 10:OO A. M. One cass of
staple check Ginghams, regular 8V3C
grade, 10 yards limit, at a frd. 5r
Fruit of the Loom, 10 yards limit,
h in v;,t r r.;s;M:ia. Arrnn checks, yard
w t v j mi v num.) cvv j ai -i 42
8c American Prints, at, yard. .4?s
8c Simpson's Prints, at, yard..4
2:00 to .1:00 p. in.
One case of AmoKkeag Teazeldowns and
Atnoskeng 1921, all new Kail 107 styles,
dark and lltfht colors, regular HJ4o val
ues. 10 yards limit, at a varil Rn
lc unbleached Muslin, y ir.l wiilo. . . .e'to
lflc unbleached Muslin, yard wide . ..SHo
Atnoskeag Apron Checks, yard .So'
1'ic Towels for TV0
10c Towels for so
lie Hath Towels for 7Ua
T . V. ,, - - wr..
. nii uuipr Biiuuiam xur inurnoay.
Hiqh Grade Wool Dress Goods
FROM 8:30 TO 10:00 A. M. 50 FROM 2:SO TO 4:00 P. M. 50 plecei
pieces of $150 Broadcloth In colors, no of 54 Inch black Panama, regular
blacks. 64 Inches wide, steam shrunk, 1 Kn , .. .
fine finish, not over one pattern rn ' ' grade, only one pattern to a
to a customer, at a yard OtC customer, at a yard 59
Big Tinware Sale Hardware Department .
JXO OLD BATTEKED TTP TIITWAIU:, ALL NEW OOOSS.
Large, retlnned llsh Pans, worth l!0e Bo i Bread Pans Cnko Phjib, Pin Pans, etc, all
1 gallon Covered Buckets, worth lBc 7Ho worth Be to 15c, all ro for 81Be
One quart Covered Buckets, only So Quart Indexed Tomato Cans for..' ..'aRb
Be Cookie or PouKhnut Cutters for ,...lo
2Be Tea and Coffee Pots, only 3Ho
Children's Be A. B. C. Plates for lo
Large Steamers, worth 36c for ....134o
Wash Basins, Milk Pans, Puddlna- Tans,
Milk Strainers, etc., etc., worth 16c 3V0
Fresh Fruits for Canning
Buy your Peaches now. The balance
of oar to go on sals Thursday
These are extra fancy Yellow-Crawford
and Freestone, while the last E ?k
we will sell them per crate . .P--'""
20 pounds best Pure Cane g" ff
Granulated Sugar for PA'U"
Dinner Buckets, worth 35o. for 18U a
It does not pay to buy damaged tin
ware at any price, especially when new
tinware is so cheap.
BIO BAXiH OK OAKBAOB CANS.
Orapes for JeUy Large Baskets Fancr
Concord arapes for Jelly, per -i 1
basket X 4 '
rancy Blpe Tomatoes for CannlD'fN
third bushel baskets, fancy Rlr '
tin thA antlrA Bt.nn V of rane Ctalna. Olajiaware. Tlnanmi T3L SSfil.
from the London Import ng- Co. of 2Tew York. Bale oommenoes Friday.
this sale. Blnrr bargains than ever before offered.
M HMDENS' m
3 Bargain Squares oi Laces al 34c, 5c, 74c
All new lots of fine French. Girman and' Plat Vals, point de
Paris and Torchon laces and insertions, all good Q'p.CpJJ tf-
patterns many to match values to Uc yd., at us
2 Great Stocks -of lace Ciir
Will Go On Sale Next Monday
at Phenomenal Bargains
This will be without any question the biggest lace curtain
sale ever held in the west. There never were such fine quality
curtains offered at a sale in Omaha. The lace curtain event of
If HAS TAKEN A DISPLAY OF SIX BIG WINDOWS FULL OF LACE CURTAINS
TO GIVE AN INKLING OF THE BIG BARGAINS IN THIS SALE
8 PT?FMTTTM See the beautiful line of bronze ornaments; quaint little time- H
g rAAlulUW plecee trickily elaborated with storks, owls, eagletttes and
B BAPTflP others. Prettiest rnainents you ever saw, exchange- Pa1nntr m
ttftuwflj, able for Urei. Trading Stamps. IU TEEM. , uoiwujf. q
GroiiM Floor Offices...
are scarce, especially In the center of the business district of Omaha.
Thla fact la an indication of the growth of the city, as well as the
volume of business which-Is being transacted. R. C. Peters & Co.
were compelled to move Into larger quarters and because we could
not give them more space they rented elsewbcr.
IS YOVK Bl'SINESS GROWING? Don't you want to be on tea
ground floor? Here Is an opportunity to rent space that will please
you; and give you a chance to Increase the volume ot your business.
XSie Bee Building
offers for rent one room 16-6x40-0 and another 19-10x25-10 on the
17th street side of the building on the ground floor There Is a large
. vault In connection with these rooms and they can be rented as one
large room or divided.
On the Sixth floor we have for rent three rooms facing 17th street
and three rooms which are nicely arranged on the court.
On the Fifth tloor Is a suite of two offices. 22x20 and 7x20, with
good light, There la a vault In the larger of these rooms.
We have other rooms for rent and would be pleased to have you call and
let ns show you through the building.
Remember you do not have to pay extra for light, water, heat nor janitor
service-here as It all goes free.
lt for Mr. R. W. Baker, Supt.
THE BEE BUILDING CO.
lTtn and Fornam Sts.
DR. BRADBURY, Dentist, IU',:?......
1S0 FAR NAM ST OMAHA. Phene Oeuglaa 1766
Extracting ....... 23e
porcelain Fills.. $1 up
Crowns S2-B4 op
Bride Work. $2.50 ap
nf tLtt! 18:99
We make a specialty
of aaetal and roofless
plates. Painless work la
all operations. Open
vealiMca till 'clock.
ANOTHER BIG SALE
China, Glassware and Japanese Ware
wig go London Importing Company,
one of the largest Importing firms in America. This stock Is com
prised of the finest lines of glassware, china and Japanese goods, In
cluding the finest lines of English, French, German, Austrian and Ba
varian china, such as dinner sets, tea sets, casseroles, toilet sets, pitch
ers, lamps, vases. Jardinieres, glasses, jugs, cuspidors, fruit plates,
saucers and bowls, teapots, berry sets, Japanese cups and saucers, plates
and vases, and thousands of odd pieces too numerous to mention. You
must see them to appreciate their values.
THIS STOCK WAS BOUGHT AT GREAT SACRIFICE
Articles Worth 25c, 35c, 59c, 75c, $1.00, $1.50, $2.00 and
$3.95 all go in Ihe Grand Sale at
2k, 5c, 7ic, flic 10c, Uicand i5c each
Sale Starts Friday, September 20
Is never so serenely beautiful as at this time of the
year when the amusement season is ended. If you
admire nature without the accompaniment of music,
crowds and excitement you should not fail to visit
Manawa some one of these lovely Autumn afternoons.
Why not make up a little party and enjoy a nice,
quiet picnic t
CARS LEAVE OMAHA DIRECT FOR THE
LAKE EVERY EIGHTEEN MINUTES.
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