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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BRK: SEPTEMBER 13, 1908.
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We HavetheHonorto Present First Correct Fall Models
IN THE SMARTEST OF ALL READY-TO-WEAR APPAREL
. "THE STYLE
Onmlt for ma-ihll snutU.
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Thousands of women await this first showing of the
" Fashion-seal" suits at Brandeis because it is an assem
blage of the highest character suits that can be made to .
sell at a moderate price.
It is also a great style event. "Fashionseal" styles
are always the choicest models among all the high
class tailored suits.
The Reigning Fall Style in Its Hosts of Varied
ouajjuiuum ui Lite
in Modified and Americanized Form.
The Fashionseals show these stunning new
iong coat effects with all the clever new feat
ures of trimming.
The graceful long coats predominate many show
the novelty sash effect the trimmings of self-colored
braid and the latest favorite, the Aiglon collar.
The new hipless effect is prominent in the "Fashion
seal" styles. . ,
No other line of $25 suits can be compared with
Fashionseals. Fashionseals show a marked superior
ity in style.'
Strictly tailored mannish suits are included in this
showing of Fashionseals.
The new skirt features include everything that is
correct and modish.
We wish every woman who reads this to regard it
as a special invitation to attend this fall showing and
view this brilliant congress of ready-to-wear apparel
that bears the name of "Fashionseal."
All the Correct New Shades for
Autumn 1908 are Included
Materials used in these suits were specialy woven for
the Fashionseal suits and show a marked superiority
to the usual fabrics found in even more expensive suits.
"We mention specially the chiffon panamas the Her
ringbone' cheviots the fancy worsteds the mannish
suitings, etc. '
Every suit has an individual touch of smart style.
Wisteria, catawba, stone green, Edison blue, peacock f
blue, taupe, donkey grey, smoke ,olive, wine, crushed
Suits of such high character as Fashionseal could be
bought nowhere else for less than $35 to $50. Fashion
seal -suits are $25.
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UNCLE SAM BOWS TO RINC
War Department Fermita Soldier to
March for Ak-Sar-Ben.
TROOrS WILL BE IN BIG PARADE
Rfdwd Take No for
wir aad Prrwmrd the Matter
with tho UoveramcBt at
t'nitsd intr troops will participate In
the big Ak-far-Bon paradei.
This word was received by Samson Satur
day morning and waa welcome news, us
the War department had previously .turned
down the request "or aoldiera to parade.
Samaon did not like a turndown, bo he Im
mediately took the matter up a second time
and showed Uncle Sam where It had be
come a custom for the regulars to parade
at Omaha, and the word Immediately ime
back that, although It was UKainit the
rules of the department, the aoldlrs could
come If Ueneral Morion, comma. uK-r of the
Department of the Missouri, va willing,
A committee will go to 8t. Joseph next
week to ank this of General Morton.
The committee also will try to arrange to
have a troop of cavalry from Dea Muruis
atop In Qmnha for orw day on t'.iu return
from Bt. Joseph.' The troops aie now In
attendance at a military tour lament lit
81. Joseph, and the Board of lover nort
hopes to be able to have noma iHvaliy
top In Omaha one day on th return.
Tb horses will need a little res', unyway,
Arehea An Ovtas; V a.
"Vwo hugs arches are now In the course
of construction for King Ak-Bar-Ben and
.will assist In giving the cUty a gala, day
anaeacmaoa when ' til strangers are within
the gated. The big srea at Seventeenth
and. Douglas street, which Is used as an
ntraaoe to the King's Highway, is fast
aasmnins shape, and the permanent steel
arch at eighteenth and Farnam streets is
assuming shape. This arch will find con
alderable use in the next year and will
kelp bid welcome to a lar?e numuer of
gatherings which are scheduled for Omaha.
"Don" Breed, in charge of conces
sions, his succeeded in getting the ran
tract for Sullivan and Kilrain to appear
in Omaha during the carnival. Before thiy
would sign the contract Sullivan Insisted
on the stipulation being addVd that he
ouU not be asked ' to attend a banquet
while In Omaha" and that no banquet
mould be prepared la his honor. Besides
being the champion fighter of the world.
Bullivan was a champion at money mak
ing. Ha absolutely earned in his time more
Ball Wrestler, Too,
The man who wrestles with a bull Will
be another attraction on the King's High
way, This man does not cany around a
trained bull which lies down when tired,
but will wrestle any fractious bull brought
Into the arena. Several travelers from
Omaha saw this exhibition in the east and
say It is a great show.
Fences, booths and stalls are all being
hurried up along the King's Highway.
Samson is a cautious person and wants to
i have everything in readiness, so that a
precarnlval rain may not delay the open
ing of the big show. Twenty-five shows
have been secured and the board of gov
ernors say they are confident that tha
show will be larger and stronger this year
tha never before.
The den is also a busy place. Gus Belize
is preparing some special torture for the
newspaper men of Nebraska and Iowa for
next Monday night and the floats are also
being built. Monday, night will be the
last initiation for the year, and as an In
ducement for all the old-timers to turn
out for the fun several new stunts are
Sm EXUSCIX & GO.
D. A. Sampson. Oaa' Sales Agent. Omtsa
SEMINARY 0PENSJN FEW DAYS
Tneolo-lral Sckool Will Have Coarse
of Stady Kalarared to Meet
The Omaha Theological seminary, in
Kountxe Place, will begin its eighteenth
school year next week. W ednesday morn
ing the faculty will meet for the matricula
tion of new students, after the chapel serv
ice at 10 o'clock.
President M. B. Lowrie will make the
faculty address Thursday evening in the
seminary chapel. The hour will be
The undergraduates of last year are all
expected to return, and appearances indi
cate that nhe addition of new students will
maintain the usual attendance. The course
of study has been enlarged. Including some
new electlvea, beginning with the present
year, in order to meet the demand created
by modern conditions and provide for the
training of evangelists, lay workers, Bible
students and others. The schedule of lec
tures and recitations has been arranged so
as to permit a selection of work to cover
a two years' course, or any part of It, In
Bible study, history, applied Christianity,
religious pedagogy and sociology.
It Is expected that Sunday school teach
ers and other religious workers will take
advantage of this extra course of study.
ELKS WILL HAVE BIG PICNIC
Plaa aa Oavtingr at - John
ley's -Grove erh of
Omaha Klks. their wives, sisters, moth
ers and sweethearts, will go to John Fin-
ley's grove, north of Florence, next Satur
day for an old-fashioned picnic, the picnic
to be during the afternoon and evening.
Frank Rogers, Gould Diets. J. D. Weaver
and John Telland compose tha committee
oil at leuseuieiiUi aud they have eugaaed
'busses - to carry the picnickers to and
from the terminal of the atreet car line la
Florence and are now arranging for aa
amateur game of base ball and other
sports. They request that the feminine
relatives of the Elks meet in tbe club
rooms some day next week and make ar
rangements for the lunch. Tbe picnic is
to bo mora for the women than lor the
men and tha Elk hope to make of the oc
casion aa event tha women will not aooa
forget and to woick titer wlU look back
CITY TO GIVE SITE TO MILL
Business Men Will Provide Lots for
1 the New Building.
CONTRACTS ARE NOW CLOSED
afanry Milling Company of Oklahoma,
with Capital of S2UO,000, Will
Establish a Plant In t
to impress upon the postmasters the ef
ficiency of the distributing check device In-
vented by John P. O'Connor of the Omaha
postofflce, and which has been in success
ful operation in the Omaha office for a
year or two.
The program of the convention includes
an elaborate banquet, addresses by promi
nent postofflrn officials and a visit to the
famous battle fields In the vacinity of
Business men of Omaha will give the
Maney Milling coinpanr, organized by Ok
lahoma millers, a site worth Jti.rOP, on which
to erect its new mill and contracts were
closed Saturday with the company, the
deeds being placed In escrow In the First
National bank to be turned over to the
company when their plant is completed.
The site, which has been bought by the
business men. Is on Great Western track
age, near Twentieth street, it Is 00 feet
long and forty-six feet wide, a strip pass
ing along the eoge of this for railroad
tracks is fourteen feet wide snd 10.) feet
in length, giving the mill a site 60x6 K) and
The new corporation has a capital stock
of $2n,tl00 and Is to erect a thoroughly mod
ern milling plant, with a capacity of i00
The fact that the Commercial club had
secured a subscription of $6,iK) to buy the
site for the mill was kept quiet until ihe
last dollar was vecured and the deed to th4
property transferred to the club.
Bloom Bnya Lot.
O. C Wagner has old the corner of
Seventeenth and Cuming streets to J. F.
Bloom for 17,000, and Mr. Bloom will occupy
it with his marble and granite works,
which now occupy a lot leased from Ward
Burges on Farnam street, between Eigh
teenth snd Nineteenth streets.
Mr. Wagner offered the two lots on
Seventeenth and Cuming streets early In
the spring for 110,000, but property In that
vicinity haa increased somewhat in value,
and he haa Just sold one of the o;s for
V. T. Graham is contemplating 'erecting
a three-story brick building at the corner
of Nineteenth and Farnam streets, but litis
not definitely decided to build this fall.
POSTMASTERS OFF FOR SOUTH
Thomas of Omaha, Slier of Marola
and Others Co to t'hatta-
Poetmaater and Mrs. B. F. Thomas left
last night at 10 : for Chattanooga.
Tenn., where Mr. Thomas will attend the
annual convention of tbe National Associa
tion of Postmasters of the First Class.
Mr. snd Mrs. Thomas will join the Ne
braska delegation of postmasters which
will reach Omaha lurday evening and all
will depart by special car for Chattanooga
Saturday night. In the party will be Post
masters K. R. Sixer, vice president of till
national association of Lincoln; H. M.
Wells of Crete. Howe of South Omaha,
Cook of Blair and several others, several
of whom will be accompanied by their
Postmaater Thomas will speak on tl'.o
topic of "Efficiency Records and Promo
tions." postmaster General Von Meyer
and First Assistant Postmaster General C.
P. Granfield. with numerous chiefs of
divisions of the Postofflce department will
be present at the Chattanooga meeting.
The general purpose of ths meeting Is to
discuss and suggest legislation for the bet
ter efficiency of the postofflco service.
Incidentally Postmaster Thomas will seek
COURT GOES OUT TO CHADR0N
Judge, Clerks and Other Officers
Leave for West End to Hold
Judge W. H. Munger, Clerks George H.
Thummel and R. C. Hoyt of the Cniled
States circuit and district courts, respec
tively, I'nitcd States District Attorney
Charles A. Goss, D. W. Dickinson, United
States Marshal W. P. Warner and Deputy
Ma-siial Nlckerson will leave Sunday for
ChaUron to open the fall term of the fed
eral courts there Monday.
Only three criminal cases are docketed
for hearing. These are against Henderson,
Abbott and Hendricks for buying govern
ment properly in violation of law. The
two first named are charged with buying
cattle from Indians and slaughtering the
beeves. Two of the hides with all their
odorouaness have been in the possession of
the district attorney for a day or two and
will be tkn to Chadron as exhihl's "A"
ami "IV by the officials. Hendricks is
charged with buing government clothing
from a soldier, which is slso a grievous
offense against tbe peace snd dignity of
The civil docket at Chadron will be quite
light and it Is possible lhat :h term of
court will not last longer than next week.
AUTO AND STREET CAR CRASH
Collision Disables Both Vehicles and
Lays Oat the Automobile
While driving the large touring car be
longing to T. G. North-all. John I.lnd.ll,
1019 North Thirty-eighth stret. uff-rrjd
a badly sprained beck by a co'lij-ieii b:
tween a westbound Walnut Hill car and tho
automobile at the intcm"clli.n of the biule
vard and Cuminj fclreet at 1:31 Saturday
afternoon. The automobile waa nolng
nortn and was hlddn frooi the view of
the molorman of the street er by an in
tervening hous. Suddenly the autonn bi?
waa seen to start across Cuni'r.g st et
and the collision followed. lioth 111 auto
mobile and the street car ti put om
of commUxion. Another car pnsned th
disabled caY up the hill, while Northwail
sent another automobile to tow Ins di
lapidated touring car to the garage, l.in
Ucll was the oniy one injured in the col
lision, and he was taken home in an auto
mobile. Ills Injuries, although ptliiful, are
not considered serioua.
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Z'2'T.Z SEPTEMBER. FOURTEENTH TO NINETEENTH
Miss Vina Shinn, an expert cor6etiere, will be in attendance, and flie will be glad to show
the ladies the latest Gossard corset models . It is confidently stated that there is a Gossard model
for the improvement of every figure.
Miss Shinn Will Explain the New Art of Figure Building
Every woman in Omaha who sets value on a pretty figure should see these splendid models
of the Gossard corsets, which alone induce the slender, sinuous, girlish back so greatly desired
hv women ol lash ion.
are conductive to
health as well as
grace and beauty
We ask you to at
tend this exploita
tion sale which be
0MAHAN WINS FlflST ' PRIZE
M. O. Pltniuis arils Most ttmllh Pro- j
uler Typewriters Daring !
the Year. i
In the international selling contest of the j
Smith Premier Typewriter comopany. the ,
international trophy, which haa been held
by Berlin, Kansas City snd Indon, haa
been won this ear for On aha by M. O
Plowman, . manager of the Omaha office,
and his aaleamen.
Besides bringing the city the honor of
holding a trophy cup, Mr. Plowman feels
that he has made good his statement as to
business conditions In Omslsx and the ter
ritory surrounding the city.
When the financial trouble ut last win-
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ter.paral.ixed busines in some parts of the
I'nlted States. Mr. flow man was aked to
report aa to buslnrss conditions In Omaha
and the outlook in his terril-iry. He said
at once that this city was not affected by
the panic to any extent and Ihe outlook
In tne city and country arouid It wa. ii
ctedingly bright f.r a big ear buines;
perhaps the larg.st in tin; histoiy of the
When the notice came that the Omaha
office won the trophy cup for showing the
largest proportionate inciease of sales of
soy rlty in the United States on Smith
rremler typewriters, Mr. Plowman realiied
that the city and country were In the con
dition he slated and his prediction was ful
filled. iteides winning Ihe trophy cup the
Omalia office receded a cash prise of $.710.
a watch for the manager, an.1 two of tha
snlesnien in the office receive watrhes for
mak n e the largest number of eaa of any
aalesne.i In Ihe employ of the company.
Mr. I'lowmun, having won a watch wttll
In the Si. Joseph office for sales, will r
clve a handsome fob and will be the only
manager who has received botn a fob and
The salesmen who have received watches
are E. B. Dunaway of Sioux City and H.
E. Close of Omaha. Mr. Close baa country
territory and sulrfV the greebmt nttrriber of
mauhiars in trie cxairtry ef Bar saWscmtn
in the world in a. inlar terrttm-y.
When the loo-pany figured op tile in
creases end '-'I ailes ut ism Omaha urTU-e
It was found Lie sai- s.i,n under Mr. flaw
man aiid his o'1c had won every prixe frr
which i hoy cviild L,mpte and aJl tne
I-r rea ail ittvd tu AmerU-a. excpt one won
hy U. (Jerling of Cincinnati, O.. who
won the wvem fur having the largest salsa
In city territory.
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