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mE OMAHA DAILY BEE: SATURDAY. AUGUST 1, 1008
I A. Day D) II (Gipsirtidl IS sl if qj sl fi nn I
Wonderful Extra Specials Throughout Brandcis Stores Saturday
ACLEAmNOSALEor I ' 1 If W 1TV TO If7 1H3 10! f?S - I VVomen. one. Mine.
' 5- Hi ' ul M K!i iuJ & M-. ! .5 WASn JACKEI Wi
- it ID mmlrtl UMkwmgSi! sons at sms ii?
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Men's Fancy Hosiery
Thousands of pairs of lisle finish
nso in noat chocks and plaids also as-
rtcd colors and black with split solos,
ome with maco feet
Women's Hosiery. I9c-12ic
Women's fine fast black hosiery, also
tans and fancy colors all over lace
and lace boot patterns. Every pair
is a great bargain on bargain square
-wortli 25c to 35c- 4 4
will go at li7L-l2t
V A. A AJr I AW JL V w Ckl 4'la'l
Fines ,Uk warp taffeta with beautiful gold plated and sterling
liver handles dose roil and Paragon frames
gflk caBe and tassels also all silk serge Um
brellas; In plain colors, worth up to $3.50, at
Your own name stamped In gold on every umbrella.
Women's Elbow Length Gloves
IB button length pure silk
gloves. alBO Curola lisle gloves
In all the newest
shades, worth 12,
Women's pure silk and Milan
ese silk gloves, 12 and 10
button length, worth ffn
$1.00, at, pair OC
Women's Light Weight Underwear
Women's high nerk,
long sleeve union
suits, worth Q
60c, at UQi
Women's fine um
brella knee q
pants, at. . . 1C
Women's low neck
and sle e ve 1 e s s
quality .... laC
MEN'S AND DOYS
SHIRTS at 29c 'TnV.SS
More than 10,000 shirts In this fortu
nate purchase out
ing and negligee styles
. light and (lark pat
ternsworth up .
' to $1.00 , .
at... ... . v
All our men' pongee, si 1 1. linen tend mo
.. hair nhirtH, worth to $ o. 98c, (1.50, $1.98
All our men's fine shirts worth up to S;f
. ltno,a.V .' ' .I ..t . . ., 98c and $1.60
All our men's undci shirt and drawers-
. worth up. to I? jrat uir nt. Ht . (1.33
Men's prfngee and latli as 'n lama worth
rip to 6 u suit, at (1.50 and (1.98
I A SPECIAL PURCHASE of NEARLY 1,000
V V A Jtl JL 1 WT V V 4k JULM, Jak a J
An Entire Factory Clean-Up, Together With a Manufacturer's Samples and Excess Stock
Skirt in Whites and Colors all New Kffects, Including the Stunning Now Coat Skirt. Buttoned Down the Front
This is the greatest sale of women's up-to-date wah
skirts ever attempted in Omaha. Some of these suiii
mer skirts are slightly imperfect not in the make, hut
the least bit soiled or stained, or a little flaw in the
goods. Others are absolutely perfect and every skirt
in this sale is a big bargain at the price.
White and Colored Indian Head Muslin;English Reps;
White and Colored Ducks; Denims in Various Shades
ALL LINEN and LINEN CRASH SKIRTS, ETC.
All the very newest and smartest 190S style feaures,
pleated and flared with wide strap and fold trimmings.
The window display of those skirts has caused no end
of admiring comment.
WORTH AS HIGH AS $5.00 EACH
On of the Haw Coat
Women's Shirt Waist Suits and Dresses
All new, practical summer styles, white and
a variety of desirable colors, many new
jumper styles are included, 05J
worth up to $4.00, at . : OC
One-Piece Princesse Lingerie Dresses
Dainty and popular lingerie effects, many
are very elaborate, worth up Oft
H I In Two Lots iTT l, I I
to $15.00, at.
Women's One-Piece Jumper Dresses and
Summer Dresses A fine va- 98 '
riety, wortli up to $7.50, at.
One of the New Wash
These hot days mothers need many little
wash dresses for the girls. You can buy
here from a larger and more complete
stock. Colored and white dresses, newest
styles, best materials, worth Oft,
up to $4.00, at ZOC
Children's Colored Dresses, Worth to $1.50
All ages, the widest range of yj
materials and stvles, at wfC
Our New York buyer made a
fortunate purchase from a manu
facturer. Some white coat suits
and many colored suits lu the
various shades of brown, light
blue, pink, etc., short and long
Prince Chap coat styles, also th
chic new slashed coat effects
with larsje button trimmings
skirts cut wide and full newest
button and wide fold trimming;.
Made of finest wash English
Mad. to ffi fr Q O
Complete Clearance of our Entire Stock
JEWELRY, SHOPPING BAGS
WATCHES, IMPORTED NOVELTIES, ETC.
At actually Less Than Cost to Manufacture
Fobs and Chains
Real Seal Purses
Mesh German Bags
Set and Signet
Men's, Women's and
15 and 17 Jewel El
gin and Waltham
Movements at the
'same price you
would pay for 7
Such Gigantic Bargains as These Were
Never Before Offered by a Store
SPECIAL SALE OF WOMEN'S LOW SHOES
900 pairs women's low ehoes from a special purchase finest
tans and blacks, in the very newest styles and lasts
worth up to 2.50 a pair, Saturday, at
Women's black and
tan low shoes
to $4, at ,
' made oxfords and
pumps, worth up
to $ 5,
at . . . ,
Misses' and Chil
dren's low shoes,'
to $2, at .
PROBE FOR HARltillAN
Sovernment Ayents Working on Suit
to Disrupt Monster System.
VIOLATION OF LAW IS CHARGED
Chicago Shippers Are Hrlns Qnlxmrd
for RTllnre to Support f'aur
'Wlntllar to Northern Srcnr-
I'M'Artn, July St. The Record-Herald
ny" hvh: Sjwclal nfrcntg of the govern
ment a.- In Ovjraro trying to collect evl
ienre to gubntantlate proceeding for the
disruption nf the Harrlman aystem of rail
' roada uron the ground that the combina
tion l In violation of the Sherman antt
, trust, act.
Kor more than a week Ralph M. Mc
Kentle, who (lid a great deal of the pre
liminary work . In the Investigation which
. the. Interstate Commerce communion made
A Into the affair of the Harrlman roads.
has been InduBtrloualy working among the
. big shippers with , a view to ascertaining
how tha Harrlman combination has been
used. It used at all, to stifle competition
and restrain trade. On Special Agent
. McKenile s new calling list are all of the
traffic men of the big Industries In the
It la underffood that the evidence Is de
sired for use In connection with a suit to
ba begun by the government, which will be
similar to the Northern Securities case,
which resulted in the disruption of the
Hill roads so far as a holding company Is
Tha special agent's work Is directed to
ward getting Information from the ship
pers with respect to conditions before the
combination of the Union Pacific, the
4kutbara. Pacific, the Oregon Short l.!ne
and tha Oregon Railroad and Navigation
company and a- comparison between those
conditions and the conditions which exist
today. To the men upon whom he has
rolled, McKenzle has not disclosed his pur
pose further than to say that he Is trying
to 'collect evidence for use In a suit to
disrupt the Harrlman combination. It is
fully understood by the Department of
Justice officials here that President Roose
velt has not dropped his fight against the
Harrlman combination of railroads.
Klarht' Million Wheeling dt Lake Krle
Will Be Met.
NEW YORK, July Jl. Arrai-gements for
meeting the JS.ofloOou of Wheeling & Lake
Krie railroad notes which fall due tomor
row were completed today by Kuhn, L,oeb
& Co., and Blair & Co., bankers, according
to an announcement made by the bankers.
It was stated that no issue of additional
security would be required uijder the plan,
but the consideration by which the Gould
road was enabled to meet the notea was not
made public. Neither would any of the par
ties concerned In the transaction say
whether or nut the destiny of any Gould
railroads was affected by the terms of
the new agreement.
AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA
Twenty Thousand Dollars of Claims
Allowed by Council.
BOARD MEMBERS REAPPOINTED
'three In Library Service Retained
by Council Dlfttculty Kxprrl
rneed (irttlnv Men for
Pa v ins.
Street car atJv.-rtlslnK.
Omaha Hotel Supply Co.
moved from 314 So. 131 li to rooms 31 to 37
1'. 8. National bank building.
DECISION IS JEXPECTED SOON
Klndlnsr of Appellate Court In torn.
atock-lllt'hurria Case Will Kearh
Omaha In lw l)nn.
A decision In the Comoiot k and Rl In i ds
fraud case is exacted to be rei-'i.'ud
bhortly from the circuit court of appeals.
The cate was tried In the United S.aios
district court at Omaha in itie late fall
and early winter of 1:H. The trial lasted
ililrty d:ys, resulting In the conviction of
the accused, with C. C. Jamison and
Aoullla Tripled of conspiracy to defraud
the government out of a large tra't of
public land by means of false and ficti
tious filings.. Fines and lmprironme:it In
the HoukIus county jail for periods of from
ix mon'. lis to one year were imposed
against the accused. The case was appealed
ar.d the arguments were made early in
the present year lnfore the circuit court
Kills elf and Two Children.
CRANSTON. It. I . July 31-I mar.l
Hendricks. 31 years old. in the absence of
his wife in Hartford. Conn., killed himself
and his two little daughters. Ann 6 years,
and Llllle. 3 years, hv means of pas. The
The bodies of all three were fonn I today
afler a locked room bad been nroken into.
A note lefi for Mrs. Hendnc ks s;iid: "Good
bye." and expressed hope that she would
find a better husband.
airy, sunshine, million dollar bakery
baked in white tile ovens on the TOP Floor,
delicious ginger snap with
delightful flavor and taste.
Kept fresh and crisp in the
thrice-sealed, moisture-proof package.
At your grocer's 5c.
The final session of the city council con
cerned odd ar.d ends of the fiscal year.
The lt"'.u of most Importance was the re
port of the financial committee on numer
ous clap..s. Thu full amount of the claims
allowed was more than tJu.ftiO. Tart of
I liis money was paid out of the special
There was a great mass of small clalma
of all descriptions on which the council
has been working for three days or more.
The result of this work Is lhat at pres
ent all the ciutstandiraj bills with the
exception of the furniture, the city Jail, the
vault fixtures the fln.il claim of John
Latcnscr and McDmald c Dock have been
allowed. It U iiiipo-slhle tc check up to
see what the balances will be, but it Is
certain that the funds will be pretty low.
The sum of $-'.3;S.77 In accrued Interest
on dally balances was reported by the tity
treasurer. Nearly $2,00j more in stub ends
of special funds where the contracts have
been completed was also frund availr.hle
and apportioned to the items of the g"n
eial fund. Councilman John Hoslnrsh ob
jected to the financial report, and voted
no because certain bills were looludid. He
wis not present whll the council as com
mittee of ln whole was pin n;; on the
Items, but preferred to bilng his argu
ments Into the council cliun.her. He was
called to order by the mayor.
In addition to the financial report, the
council took up and deposed of forty or
fifty Items of detail In ether effairs. Most
of these wvro rou'in? conctrnimf the va
rious departments, such as sanitation, pav
ing, and notably, sidewalks end cross
Tlie council reported favorably on all
ordinances Introuced at the prevnu.)
meeting concerning largely the layntf of
permanent sidewalks and blmllar 'approve
ments. The ordinance defining aisault
and battery was advanced to second read
ing. Members of Library Board.
Eruce McCulloch, Mrs. C. L. Talbot and
Mrs. Josephine Carroll were a I punted
memhers of the library board. All of
them hae been serving In that capacity
A resolution was passed requiring all
requisitions for supplies not provided for
in th- general contracts for supplies to
he li'ted and submitted a needed io the
finance committee before being drawn.
Several claims for damages wero -ferred
to the city attorney for action.
A motion was made to urge the sanitary
Inspector to take up the proposition of a
better supply of milk for South Omtiia.
niWenlt to tiet Men.
The National Construction comany has
discovered that it 1 hard to get men
for labor In the paving operations they
are now conducting. The city liu bceo
unable to lure nwn to work In tha sun
at street work. This does not agrae with
a recent statement that there wera thou
bands uf men Idle In buutli O mu
lt Is true that the packers are not work
ing aw many men as could be worked In
their plants, but no such thing as tliou
amis of idle men exists.
Missing Toola 1. orated.
Paul Hackenholz was arrested esterday
afternoon' and kept under suspic ion of ap
Ti Tprtatlrig to his own use a lot of too s
and oilier articles bclotiBing to Ids former
employers. He is an iron worker and
worked for Cliff Carpenter, tintil his habit
of pickim up toola and loose articles of
Junk, such as brass lucks and the like was
discovered. Carpen'er caused Ills arrest
for the tlufta and his l.ous.- was vist"d
and a siaicli revealed many of the missing
tods in his possession. They were identi
lled by Carpenter. The officers will con
tinue the s-earch this morning.
Mnlc (lit Gossip.
Mr. and .Mrs. Frank K. iillss are visiting
at W alnut, Ion a.
.Mr. and Mrs. YV. J. McBurm y are spend
ing a vacation in Colorado.
Jelter's Gold Top Beer delivered to any
part of the city. Telephone No. 8.
The city cieik will he bsy with his an
nual report the rest of the week.
Mr. and Mia. C. C. Howe entertained In
formally a few friends last evennc
A. F. Hurth has been called to I tica, N.
V., by the serious illnes of his mother.
H. H. Fleharty has filed as democratic
candidate for tiie oil ice of attorney un
cial. Ten dollars cash will make f.rst payment
cn lots at the sale in South Uuiaiu b.ciui
day. E. S. ltood.
Do not fail lo buy a lot in South Unml'i
at the sale Saturday; ea.-y tciiiis. E. 8.
For quick lel'irr.s h.M your real estate
with A. L. Ueigquiat t Sun. Let us rem
F. (. Kami. Ml North Twent-four re
poited to t:e pilice thai s.oii' rue lad
SeOle'll ll 8 horse-.
lleyinan At Kerry, seller of "quality"
meals; ;4tii and I., leli piu.ne jSi); lia and
A. telephone 117.
Kuy a Se.utii onia.ia lot and watch ti.e
city boom when too new improvements ale;
started K. 8. !o' d.
T he - on l.ti n of 'i ris Md'er at ti e Souiii
Omaei.e l.ospiiui in much io:proeil .-in.e Irs
fracture.) skuei was operated upon.
Al ce Se-e.tt. I'.ena Thornton and II'. Dub
noff wer-' s nt. m eel to .s ou l teuns In Ine
countiy jail for petty iniMie.iiaaiioi s.
Joint Cr . cicc-k was se nte nc ed to the
county jail ieii e-n u.e.vs. it n t lie hei, i,c
may get s 'tier le.'oie ta.it tune ixi ires.
A peti I n teas e iiiui ded I s i.igot anion.;
the residences ol fc. siu-il, u kiting lor a
paveioeut extendii.g to Twenty -eighth
Now is tlie time to buy a home in Souiii
Omaha. lie one of tlie lirst at tlie sale
Saturnay. K. S. Hoeid, KIT .New York Life
building. Omaha, Neb.
Better geods for the same money or the
same f.ciods for less nieuiy, touts ou;
proposition. What can we do for you'.'
Jeihn Flynn & Co.
The South Omaha Cointry club has
heeiulrd a game with Kaktr Krolheru of
Omaha to he played at the South Omaha
Countiy club grounds Saturday aflernoon.
Twenty-eight choice South Omaha lots
all near tlie street car will be sold at 4
o c lock p. m. Saturday. August 1. at Kats
kee & Kelding's store, corner Rai!nad ave
nue and Washington streets. B. 8. Kood.
For Sale Fourteen-room furnished flat
In kleam-heated building. In geod business
block. Excellent eep,ortunity to etablu,h
good business. E B. Brown A Co, roeim 7,
Live Stock National Bank building. Tel
Mr. and Mis. Levy rremdfit mcrtHlueel
Mrs. H. K. 1'rnudill of L'en Moines during
A if ., : .fx-, ,.; t : W
1:1 I If
m- It if
v Iff 1
Boys' Straight Pants
that sold up to $1.50 at
Ages 3 to 7 Years.
S.Men's2Pc Suit Sa,e 5
LOOK IN WINDOW NO. 4
Then step right in and get one or more of the handsome
two-piece Suits we are selling for
get one today.
You can't make money easier or faster for these Suits
formally sold for $7.50, $10, $12 and $15. They are all
good patterns of light and medium materials and blue
serges, and to close out every one of these Summer Suits
and do it quick, we have placed them all together regard
less of former price or cost and marked them at this next
to nothing price of FIVE DOLLARS. They ought not
to last two hours at such an absurd figure.
"Don't let your nimble neighbor beat you to them."
Swell Soft Shirts, at
.80c, $1.20, $1.60 and $2.00
I Cool, fine fitting, Underwear at 50c, 75c, $1.00, Etc.
Straw Hats, at each 75c, 95c, $1,45 and $1,95
Plain and Fancy Hosiery, at pair 15c, 25c and 35c
Street car advertising.
Omaha Hotel Supply Co.
moved from t)4 So. 13th to rooms Sl to 17
U. 8. National bank building.
Kemper. Hemphill Buckingham.
Anything of metal mala "Qood as New"
Owsctia. Omaha Slher to , 311 So. 13to St.
ARMENIAN DOUBTS SULTAN
K. K. (errsorr Takes Proclamation
with a t.raln of Halt Foartk
la Handred Years.
The proclamation of amnesty issued by
the sultan through the Turkisli consul gen
eral In New York, Is taken by the local
Armenians with a grain of salt. K. K.
Gregory' and others of his race In the city
are considerably skeptieal as tej the sin
cerity of the preK.lamatkn
"This Is the fourth offer of freedom
which has been issued by the Turkish gov
ernment during tlie laal century," id Mr.
Gregory, "and Ira earh of the previous in
stances the new conditions did not last any
appreciable length of time. To satisfy the
majority of ti, refugees in this country
and to have ll.cm believe In the sincerity
of the proclamation of the sultan, we would
ask that the foreign, powers represe nteet at
the Tiirkmh cipital, endorse tlie proe-lama-tlon
and assure us of their assistance in
the enactment of it.
"The exponents of the new government
are the younger Turks who have been
educated In tlie large colleges of Kurope,
many of whom returned us professois in
the schools of Asia Minor and implanted the
'.vaf'r dissatisfaction in the minds of the
Turks themselves." continued Mr.
OreR'ry. "The old style of government
has be en so rotten that It ranrxit be chang. el
in a day. week or a montii, but If we tr
assured that the new conditions aie to
prevail there will he a great Influx of tic:
refugees into Turkey."
Mr. Or. gory Is a young man of education,
being versatile In several languages.
came to this country a few years ago and
atte-neled the t'niversily of Nepiaska
was born in Tarsus, the birthplace of
I'aiil and, like tlie Immortal apostle, ha
has his ban.u.i'in. and la t'Klay a stout di .
fender of the faith that la In him. Ha h
been In several massacres o4 la deep.y
inhued with certain convictions regarding L
1 urkey. him tmimiM is duiin
ro sou t
! Sal it V
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