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THE OMAHA SFN'DAY BF.E: SEPTEMHEIt 27. IPO.
Low Rates to Omaha A
1c A MILE ON UtllOH PACIFIC lie A MILE OH EVERY OTHER RAILROAD
COME TO OMAHA FOR AK-SAR-BEN AND DO YOUR FALL BUYING AT
g(Bmi UW ODD M
See the Most Beau
tiful Interior Store
idtymii ciuui umeit'u riuuiiciaiip
and Skirtings, Worth up to $1, 29c, 39c and 49c
Fine Swiss and Batiste, choicest designs filet, Grecian
and English eyelet effects
high with the greatest bar
gains of the year, worth
75c Waist and Dress Nets at 39c
42-inch wide, filet and round mesh nets, in white, Z(I
ecru and cream, worth tip to 75c yard, at yard. . .'. . a-JeC
15c LACES at 5c Yard
A new shipment of pretty new designs in Val. Laces and In
sertions, many to match, worth up to 15c yard, g
on bargain square, at per yard C
Women's 16-button length French
Umbsln gloves new fall shades,
11 sices, every pair .Trt)
fitted, worth up to P
Women's Short Kid Gloves 2
clasp black, "white and colors
worth 11.00 pair, all F(
sizes, bargain square, (j
Women's and Mens 50c Hosiery, 25c g
Imported plain and fancy lisle, double sole, spliced 'JP D
neei ana toe, worm uuc, ai pair
Women's and Men's Fine, Sheer, All Linen Handkerchiefs
Some with initials worth up to 25c, at 10c
Oar Famous Linen Dept.
Vary fin gran bleached Belfast all
Hnrn 72-lnrh satin table damask
values up to 11.60, at, yard 8o
Two-yard wide all linen bleached
Scotch and Irian Batln table damack
11.09 valuo, yard 76o
Kin quality mercertied aatln table
damaak, worth up to 60c, at, yd. 89o
Fin 12-inch dinner napkin, worth
1.(0, at. dozun 91.00
Oreat lot of fine pattern table cloth
In Scotch and Irish makes, worth up
to 15.00, at. each B1.M and $9.S0
Jtenalaaanc lac center pieces and
scarfs, worth up to $1.60, each..8o
Imported hemstitched linen towels
worth I So and J6o, each IBs
MONDAY SPECIALS IN DRUG DEPT.
25o Banitol Tooth Powder. ... 10c
loo Banitol Tooth Paste 19c
25o Denta Bleach 14c
25c Pond's Extract Cream . . . . 10c
60c Berry's Freckle Ointment.
80c Milk Weed Cream 3c
60c Hay's Hair Health. 45c
$1.00 Ayer's Hair Vigor 8c
$1.00 Herptclde . .89c
25c Satin Skin Powder 10c
60c Carmen Powder 89c
25c Rouge De Theatre, No. 18 16c
1-lb. 20 Mule Team Borax.... 9c
tore A4al 1.
Vry M odratt
price no chargt
BRANDEIS - BOSTON STORE
AFFAIRS AT S
Too Much Hilarity Causes Trouble for
a Trio of Men.
TAPERS INTO FIGHTING MOOD
Paeklaa; Plant Sreac of Two of the
Oatbrrak aad ta Third Slar
Roaaa Hoase la prowa
Ttire men, John Vong. J. Maher and A.
Emlth. each got Into more than the usual
lough of trouble yesterday frorn . over
indulgence tn their appetite for drink. John
Long via arrested for resisting the order
of a special officer at the Cudahy Tacking
plant. James Maher Is said to hav threat
ened a Mrs. Hose of Brown park, lie Is
said to liave knocked on the door and
called to I ho woman to open It or he would
break It down and Injure her. She called
th police before he had attempted to carry
out his threat. He was found to be carry
Ills' a weapon.
A. Smith aas arrested for fig1:'.:"- with
Ed llolman. on of the watchmen of the
Omaha racking plant. He brought a friend
to the plant who was too much Intoxicated
to work. HDd later, criticised the officer
for refusing him admission to the plant.
This led to a fight, In which many blow
war struck on each sld and the watchman
received sever bruises. Later Smith was
found sear a blacksmith shop at th Union
Mook saraa and placed under arrest. Tb
Free Rest Rooms
With Every Mod
(Maids In attendance.)
two great squares piled
29c -39c -59c
Misses' Children's and Boys
Fleecy Lined Underwear,
en 11 a a
Children's M style Knit Under- n
waists, all sizes, g o
worth 20c each, f f H
for Women. Men and Children
The prrttieat, moat complete
and most moderate priced shoe
department in Omaha. Court'
Women's New Style, fine lace
and button shoes, worth $3.50,
extra special, $2 29
Men's Shoes, in the best
MJIU, 1 3T
Boys' good, strong, box calf
shoes, worth $2.25 at. 81.50
Men's $2.75 quality shoes
at '. $1.08
25c Packer's Tar Soap 15c
25c Ciitlcura 8oap 20c
15c Colgate's Glycerine ...... He
10c Colgate's Shaving Soap. . . .5c
Regular 10c Soap, a cakes in
25c Lee's Egg Tar Soap l"c
$1.25 Hair Brush S9o
76c Hot Water Bottles 49c
75c Rubber Gloves 30o
10c Shinola 5c
Delicious candy Carnival Sou
venirs, Soda Water and Ice Cream.
trial will be this morning. Long was yes
terday fined $50 and costs.
Rev. J. E. Scheer of Nortonville, Kan.,
will preach at the First Methodist church
Sunday morning and evening. He Is a
graduate of the Northwestern university
and is said to be an accomplished pulpit
orator. The former pastor has, gone to
Rev. U. A. Johnson of Welda, Kan., will
preach at th United Presbyterian church
Sunday. Communion will be observed at
the morning service. The Sunday school
will hold a rally service at noon.
"The Bible a Dlvln Revelation," will be
the subject of Rev. George Van Winkle's
Sunday morning sermon at the Baptist
church. The evening theme is, "The Chris
I'r. R. L. Wheeler announces the regular
services at the First Presbyterian church.
It Is reported that the members of the
Christian church have rallied and will
build a new and commodious church at
Twenty-second and I streets.
Bark from Wyoming; Trip.
Dr. ( K. Sapp has returned from a west
ern trip, most of which was spent in the
Big Horn basin. He Is quite taken with
that country. He says they had some fine
hunting during the summer, but did not
kill a deer, the law protecting them. He
Sitid he was treated to venison, however,
by another parly who was not quite so
scrupulous about observing the law. The
doctor was the guest of lr. Van Slyke, who
la in Wyoming for his health.
Made City Goaala.
Mls Dora CUck Is visiting In Omaha for
Rev. J. EL 6ohr of Nortonvill. Km ,
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The Brandeis Store, 16th, Douglas, 17th Sts., Omaha
The largest and finest store west of Chica.o 8i axres of floor space.
Entirely fireproof 8 stories high employs 1,200 clerks 2 big tunnels under the street.
When you reach Omaha come at once to this store, check your baggage free and make your
self at home. You are always welcome here and we will be glad to be of any service to ycu.'
You will save your rallrord fare and all the ex
penses of your trip by doing your fall buying here
Q Greatest Bargains Ever Offered in
S New and Desirable
here: are: extraordinary prices for the coming, week
15c Fleece Bwk Flannel for kimo
nas, wrappers, children's c
wear, etc, off the bolt, yd. .
33 in. Checked Percales and stand
ard Dress .Prints, worth
7c, off the bolt
34 in. side band Flannelettes, Per
sian, Jap and Butterfly
patterns, reg. 18c grade.
12 He Flannels, full bolts, hundreds
at rf . .
R.ug's and Carpets Floor
By far the largest, best selection of fine rugs and
carpets in Omaha prices away below anywhere else
third floor. '
IlrufcM'ls Rusj Special A fine 9x11
worth $15 many patterns, special,
Wilton Velvet Rugs 9x
12 seamless florals and
oriental patterns j "J50
a $30 rug, for.
Ingrain Carpet Best quality, all wool
a 75c carpet, special yard for
New line floor oilcloth 1 Tile, floral and conven
and linoleum, at, yard tional linoleum, at yard,
15c. 25c and ....30 39c. 4 5c and 55?
Thirteenth and . Boulevard, and of Z. II.
Clarke of Sarpy county.
Dressmaking. promptness guaranteed.
Mrs. A. Slater, N. 22d. South Omaha.
Clare Young has gone to Wichita, Kan.,
to take up studies In the high Bfhool there.
Frank Augustine left last Wednesday for
Minneapolis, where ho has charge of an
of I Ice in that city.
C. K. Campbell and wife leave today for
Fremont, expecting to visit Tilden, and
iewman Gtove before their return.
Uehecca F. Carroll, aged 63, wife of Kd
Carroll, Twenty-seventh and J. died yes
terday. The family expects to send the
body to Greenwood, Neb.
The following recent births are reported:
Pat Mortimer, Thirty-first and T, a boy;
T. C. McMillan. Zi K. a girl; Dan I.. Hen
dricks, "07 North Twenty-eighth, a boy.
TEMPERANCE JPEOPLE PARADE
lb lea go Witnesses Display of
Strength of ' Knemles of
CHICAGO, Sept. -X. Temperance hosts
paraded the tsueets of Chicago today In
what was Intended to be an annual exhibi
tion of the strength of the. foes of liquor.
Thousands of marchers were in the parade
which traversed the downtow n . streets.
Churches of almost every denomination
were represented. 1!v Salvation. Army and
the Volunteers of America contributed ul
ir.ost their entire local stivngtl, the Good
Templars and other r mperu'icc organiza
tions had thousands of iih.iiIhis in lin;
and scores of the prominent ckrgjinen of
the city as officials of the parauc
Several of the temperance organizations
had elaborate floats while a scote of bands
were scattered among the marcheis.
Spectators lined th streets through which
th parade paaaer
'ill fi ihVMT""""llu'lai
Genuine AmoKkenjr, Apron Check!
Right from original mill bolts of
best of all apron ginghams, blue,
brown and grey checks, P
Fluffy Outing Flannel Stripes and
checks also plain Cinderella flan
nels, blue, pink, white, cream
. good as 10c flannel, at,
Genuine Turkey Red AmoHkeag
Apron Checks Great special sale
off the bolt, yard. t i
Dra.pery Dept. --Basement
We have the largest stock in Omaha and we show
everything new. Here are very special bargains for
out-of-town customers on Ak-Sar-Ben Week.
$1.50 Iace Curtains, white and Arabian, 98c pair.
$2.00 Lace Curtains, white and Arabian, $1.50 pair.
$5.00 Lace Curtains, white and two-tone, $2.98.
$8.50 1-ace Curtains, Cluny,' Brussels, Irish Point,
$5.00 Tapestry Portieres, wide border, $3.98 pair.
$6.50 Tapestry Portieres, 5-inch border, $4.98 pair.
$1.50 Couch Covers, 50-inch wide, 3 yard long, 98c
$3. 50 . Couch Covers, 60-inch wide, 3 yard long,
$6.00 Rope Portieres, tapestry bands, the latest,
at $3.98 each.
$1.25 Swiss Curtains, 3 yards long, 75c pair.
Madras Samples, worth up to $1.25 yard, at 19c
Table Covers, 2 yards square, worth $2.25, at $1.50
Axminster Rugs Smith's
best, 9x12. . beautiful
. . . .
CHOLERA AT ITS MAXIMUM
Plague at St. Petersburg Will Be
Checked by Cold Weather.
Grave Diggers Are Vnable to Keep
Ip with' Meady Stream of
( otr) us Hrschlng Cem
etery. ST. PETERSBURG. Sept. 26 -The cholera
epidemic In St. Petersburg, In th opinion
of the experts has reached its maxi
mum and now the number of new cases
dally is expn ted to remain about stationary
for a week or tin days, and then to grad
ually decline under the Influence of the
Little progress has been made In clean
ing the courtyards of tenements, the fac
tory districts, the slums and other breed-,
ing centers of the disease, and the neces
sary conditions exist for a renewal of the
epidemic in the spring.
A viiiil today to the Premliai k cemetery,'
where mist of the bodies of the victims
are 1 los Interred, disclosed' the fact that
the buiiul squads are still unable to keep
pace Willi the number of dead received
In a shed near the entrance to the ceme
tery were found abojt 150 coffins, piled In
a confused heap. Some of them, accord
ing to the statements of attendants, have
been awaiting burial for a week.
aixiy or seventy mor casket wsr
Very Fine Yard Wide Unbleached
MuMin Will finish up like r
10c grade, at, yard. . . f. , . . JC
Heavy Imported Itobe Flannel For
making bath robes, etc., washable,
good styles, at, (
White Wool Flannels For baby
outfits regular flannel
White Lawn and India I J non
Dress lengths actually worth 10c
yard extra special, at, 1
stacked outside the cemetery chapel, while I
Inside that building were the coffins of 130 '
victims for which the Influence or lmpor-
tunlties of relatives of the dead has se
cured the privilege of Immediate burial.
The majority were rude board boxes with
gaping cracks and knot holes. The mourn
ers, in the main, were of the peasant and
working classes and all Were poorly
dressed. Their grief was frantic.
At various places In the graveyard squads
of weary sextons labored Incessantly at
graves shallow holes barely three feet
fleep, Into which water oozed from the sod
den earth. The coffin-bearers pressed the
grave diggers hard, the coffin sometimes
arriving before the digger had ceased plying
The funeral services In the chapel were
conducted over 100 dead at one time, a num
ber of priests taking turns at chanting the
long Russian liturgy. As soon as the
service was finished, a group of peasants
dressed In their working clothes, shouldered
the caskets and"' bore them off to the place
of Interment, followed by the mourners.
Priests were scattered among the grave,
two by two, and said a short prayer and
chanted the usual responses as each coffin
was lowered into the earth. The .sanitary
precautions taken were slight. The mourn
era and workmen handled the coffins freely
and the graves are so shallow as to offer
danger from infection for years to come.
Talks About Bubonic Plaaae,
WASHINGTON. Sept. 25.-That the gulf
and Atlantic coasts of the l ulled Slates
are in danger of an Infection of the bubonic
plague was the serious note of warning
sounded today by Dr. N. K. Foster of Call
fornla, bafor th dalegate In attendance
ca th twenty-third annual mtUng of tb
U. 8. roSTOFFICK
- On our Main Floor.
Have your mall went to
you, addressed, Station
No. 17, lirandeis Store.
Clierks on All tanks
Avail yourself of our
Gre&t Sale of
First, newest strictly all wool Fall Dress Goods, chiffon,
panamas,' fancy worsteds, French serges, storm serges,
special 54-inch coatings and skirt materials, worth $1 to
$1.50 yard, on 3 bargain
squares, at yard
$2.50 and $3 Dress Goads Ur 98c Yard
Imported Suitings bought from a 5th Ave., Xew York ladies'
tailor at regular price, 54-inch suitings in latest ftO
weaves and patterns, extra special this week, yard . . J O C
SPECIAL BARGAINS IN FINE BROADCLOTHS
75 new pieces of 52 and 54-inch broadcloths, shrunk, sponged
and ready for needle, soft chiffon , S'JSO
f 1 T 1 oil " C-Vrto
SALE OF IMPORTED DRESS GOODS
Our Immense assortment of foreign and domestic Dress Goods
is ready, all the newest fashionable fabrics and beautiful
fall shades, a wonderful selection at, yard
Specia.1 Sa.le of Silks
Just received,' a fine, large
manufacturer's cost, these
desirable weaves and patterns, positively
worth up to $1.00 a yard, all week at, yd.
Specials In Black Dress Taffetas
Three lots, 36-inch, 27-inch and 20-inch, deep black, we
guarantee every yard, an extra special on bargain squares
all week, worth 75c, $1.00 and CO QCI
$1.50 yard, at, yard JZfC-JIC-OC
$1 SIi,K VELVETS at 39c Yard
Mill Lengths, 1 to 6 yards can be matched for waists, coats and
children's dresses all shades and black, at, XCi
High Class Imported Dress Silks
Elegant new display of finest Imported silk .novelties extreme shades
street shades evening shades very specially fl a $195
priced, yard i . . .OV C Ilf
Omak&'s Greatest Clothing Store a
Offers a Big Special Sale of Men's p
OVERCOAT AND SUITS 1
Your choice of our entire
ufacturer's stock, bought away below cost.
All the new and correct styles that the best
dressed men choose. Clothes that have
snappy appearance and a perfect fit. You'd
pay up to $25.00 anywhere else.
$1 - 312 - $15
Boys and Children's Clothing
A great separate department on second floor, old
store. Everything new for your boys' wear.
Special Boys' Combination Suits Complete suit
with extra pair pants 2 specials S2.08-S3.50
cial Stiff Hats '
and Soft Hate for
, We sell the
Hat All new
conference of State and Provincial Boards
of Health of North America. He expressed
the belief that uch an Infection may have
already taken place. The address of Dr.
Foster, who Is president of the organiza
tion, startled the delegate.
1 firmly believe," said Dr. Foster, "that
the United States will become generally lu-
fected, not from California, but from ports
having communication by water. My ob
ject Is to sound a note of warning and to
put you on your guard against an InBldlous
and dangerous foe." -
He said no effort should be spared to
guard against Its Introduction and warned
th authorities that every town on the gulf
and ocean coast should begin now to de
Swollen glands about the neck, weak eyes, pale, waxy complexions, running- sores
and ulcers, skin diseases, and general poor health, are the usual ways in which Scrofula
is manifested The disease being deeply intrenched in the blood often attacks the
bones, resulting in White Swelling,' or hip disease, and the scrofulous and tubercular
matter so thoroughly destroys the healthful properties of the blood that Scrofula
sometimes terminates in consumption, an iwtratjie disease. Ihe entire circulation
being contaminated, the only way to cure th! trouble to thoroughly purify the blood
and restore the circulation to a strong, health state. S. S. S. is the very best treatment
for Scrofula; it renovates the entire blood supply and drives out the scrofulous and
tubercular deposits, a, 9. a. it ine greatest 01 ait mouu punners, anu it nui oniy goes w
right down to the very bottom of the trouble and removes the cause, but it supplies ' t
. I. I . .1 , . . .1 VI 1 ...i V. I. liuiltl, f.,1 .. i , t im in r r,l and in tin. a a .11
builds up weak, frail scrofulous persons and
is a genuc, saic, vcgciauie preparation. xkaj. vu ui v.wvu w.uu-t-jf .uv,uhvM
about Scrofula and any medical advice fret;
TBS 6 WITT SPECIFIC CO., ATLAUTA, GA.
Main Flxr at
Bnuideiw, Iow lriees.
on Second Floor.
Dress Goods I
shipment of silks at less than
silks are the newest ami most
fi Mens ii.&u ana as
U $2.00 Fall Mril
Shirts, at VUKf
O Men's $1.00 Fall
Men'a Fall Underwear-
and heavy weight best stock and
q biggest bargains in Omaha.
stroy rodents and prepare for th Invasion
A resolution memorializing congress to
establish a national leprosarium Was Intro
duced, but no action was taken. Paper
were read which Included "The Present
Status of National Legislation Relating to
Public Health," by Surgeon General Syman;
"A Course of Instruction for Sanitarian
and Banltsry Inspectors," by Dr. T. F.
Westbrook, and by Dr. 8. D. Grumblna on
a law regulating country slaughter houses,
etc., with provision for a licensing system
The conference adjourned until tomorrow.
Advertise In The Bee,
Into the homes of the
the paper that goes
to b. :
50c LU' g- 'U
medium O t
makes them strong- and healthy. S. S. S. A
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