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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 18, 1909)
THE BEE: OMAITA. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 18. lf09.
That Is Correct, Becoming
The Most OUartn-
lag Novelty ef
the New Beaena
It is the daintiest
and apiartest In
able, mad to fit
snugly to th
head mad of
with aigrette ef
large hU In the
new turned up
styles, new trl
coruee, etc, at
J&tttnning Large Hats and
Chic New Turbans at 5
The finest assortment of medium priced bata that we
have ever shown; new large hats, turbana, m
etc., that could be Bold elsewhere fer lea 'hi
than lie, at
New Fall Millinery at $2.50 BftMrment
Theee are thla fall season's hate large, medium and
'snail bata, well trimmed and worth n E t
up to 17.60 apecial in basement, Jh. Jll
, Children's Streamer Hats at 75c
Great assortment of these little girls' hats in various
colors for school wear Children's Section c
second floor at m JC
IN THE SHEET MUSIC DEPARTMENT
Now I Have You
A gem in vocal music We
cannot say too much for
this song it meets
every requirement pos
sible to make it a posi
tive hit Published in
Hfh and low voice a
!.( wedding; sons: on
day at .
Fuxiy Wuuy Rag.
Hickory Barn Dance.
Torero Habeners, new.
l.u It y Lo.
BunSet. 2 !cp.
I.a Toera Wait.
I -a uk 111 UK Moon.
Flag of the Free.
Marathon, 2 -step.
. Let Me Be Tour Cowboy.
My Wife's Gone to the
Hurrah for the Ball
I Leve My Wife, But Oh
Dixie, I Love Tou.
When the Orchard Are
I'll Be With Tou Bye and
When the Bugle Horn, Is
Smartest little frock ever
designed fer girls and
taleses. A eopy of the
garment worn by
F!le JanW In the
Fair Co-Ed., at.
- ' '
in Our Great Suit and
Hnslla Underwear Sec.
Outing Flannel Oowne
plain or striped t ft
fiH.4 width IOC
New Featheri1lk and Sat
een Petticoat OB.
colors and black. ... Z"1
Our tailored suits for
The styles that Brandeis shows are always conect and always practical.
women are the acme of eleganoe and fine tailoring.
Your Choice of 350 High Grade Tailored Suits;
for Women, Made to Sell up to $25, each
There are 350 of these high class tailored suits every new cloth and color is represented and
there are many sample garments all new fall styles for 1909.
New Arrivals Every Day in Oar
The Fall Style Aristocrats
These salts are not to be oom pared In any way with
other suits that sell for twenty-five dollars. Nearly
every woman in Omaha la familiar with this ex
traordinary line. The "Fashionseals"
this year are finer in texture and
smarter in design than ever.
"Fashlonseal" suits are always...
with this ex-
Our High Class Tailored Suit $35
These are all new and beautiful tailored
suits in charming new styles and exclusive
materials. Many are copies of expensive
French models and cannot possibly bo du
plicated. They are superior in every, way
to most suits selling at
$45.00 and $60.00. Spe
cially priced Sat., at...
ill bvoi y . wtt v
LONG FITTED COATS
Z fitted back Broadcloth coats
dressy, pretty and smart gar
ments. There is an air of dis
tinctive elegance and fashion
about these stunning coats, at
$10 $25 $29 $35 $39
NEW STYLE JERSEY
Smart, up-to-date little dresses.
The neatest garments of the
season made of (rood silk
Kayser Jersey with flounce of
kilt pleated panama or serge
NEW WOOL DRESSES.
New Broadcloth, Serge and Diag
onal Cloth Dresses the variety
is almost endless. Every color
you may desire In plain tailored,
embroidered and braid trimmed,
$17.50 $19 $25 $29
. $32.50 and $35
Brandeis Show a Great Variety of Styles in Children's Wear
New School Dresses, in plain and plaid wool
goods, made in all the oatchy little ideas for
the children, all colors and sizes, at
98c $1.50 $1.98 $2.98 $3.98 and $5
Children's Blue All Wool Serge Sailor Suits,
trimmed with emblem and black tie, braid on
collar and cuffs, made to sell at $5 CP t O
for a' Saturday special, at kpe O
Hair Goods Specials
Switches for the New TURBAN COIFS Natural, Wavy
3 (-inch Switch 19 value . . . .$7 28-inch Switch $12 value . . .$9
For Saturday only any of our $25 Switches,, for 818
This la the beat bargain In hair goods
All made of first quality convent hair,
ever offered in Omaha.
Straight Hair Switches
18 Inches long 08
20 inches long .gl.QO
22 Inches long 8(2.70
24 inches lonr $4.60
Transformation Saturday only,
The Marcel Perfeoto Hair Rolls
all eh ailo.
24-Inch hair roll, net covered 3 60
24-lnch washable hair roll BOe
24-Inch extra large roll, $1 value,
Natural Wavy Switches
20 inches long
22 Inches long
24 Inches long
24 Inches long . ,
26 Inches long
28 Inches long
. Hair Nets,
For Saturday The Lillian
larg auto size hair nets
at ...... OC
The Coiffure Hair Nets, large
size, at : '..25c
8 in set $2 value $1.50
6 in set $1.50 value $1
Large cluster puffs $2.50 val
ue, for ..$1.50
French enameled Pin Sets, inlaid with
pearls, S in set, at
All this season's styles In Bug, Beetle
and Spider Jewelry now so popular,
Hat Pins, Belt Pins, Cuff Links and
Railroad Men's Watches 17-Jewel
adjusted Waltham movement In
dust proof, German silver cases,
screw Bezel back and J7 QQ
front, worth $12. at eJletKJ
10-in. solid leather bags all leather
lined inside purse, J J
Genuine Alligator Hornback Bags
all leather lined with inside purse.
Sold elsewhere at $10 1 4 A
pq lii.i rj
Saturday Special A Gretvt Salo of
Never were such fine, large Laundry Bags
sold at this price. Fine art ticking and cre
tonne bags in an im
mense variety of colors
and designs, worth up to
$1.25, Saturday, needle
work department, at. . . .
75c Pillow Slips at 25 Each
Hundreds of handsome sofa pillow slips in
tapestry, cretonne, denim, burlap and imita
tion leather, positively
sold up to $1.00, need
lework department, Sat
urday, at, each
Special Bargains in
$2.50 Woolnap Blankets at $1.59 Pair
11-4 and 12-4 white, gray and tan soft finished
blankets, that would be a bargain at $2.50 a
pair, as long as this lot T 1 fl
lasts we offer them at, ejii ZP
$7 Fine White 11-4 Wool Blankets $4.85
Full 11-4 size and weight 6 pounds, are bound
with 3-inch silk ribbon, sell everywhere
at $7.00, Saturday, at, per ffi OC
pair ..pTeO J
Fine All Wool 11-4 Blankets at $3.93
Extra heavy, weighing from W2 to 5 pounds,
all wool and velvet finish, would T Z Q Q
sell at $5.00, Saturday, at, pair . .vpe0
Infants' Crib Blankets
2 Be Infants white crib blankets, C
at, eaoh IJC
85c fancy figured Crib Blankets, at, iJ,Q
each ; TrC
Also Beacon's complete line of Baby Blanketa and
Full sire silkollne and sateen covered Comforters
with pure white sanitary cotton filling, at 08c, $1.10,
$1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $1.8 and up to ..... . . $3.50
ISO Hydrogen Peroxide, So
S6o Violet Bath rewfler, Se
26c Rublfoam ISO
Jto Bosedent Tooth Wash,
I5c Dr. Lyon's Tooth Po-
SLtO Oriental Cream, tl.OS
I6o Batln Skin Cream. le
Tto Pompelan Maaaare.
Ito LlLao Taloum Powd. 10c
ISo Cola-ataa Taloum Pow
to Danderlne 4 So
60o Java Rioe Powder.. 88
25o Roger c Oallet Rioe
SOe Jockey Club Perfume,
per ounce So
too White Rose, os BSo
10a Crabauple, per os., S)o
11.4)0 La Trefle, per a., eeo
1 le. BO-ICul Team loiu
rSo Butter Gloves 3o
5 oakes Ivory Soap . ...lo
oake Colgate's Bngllik
lOo Williams or Oolrate's
bavins' Boay, spool!. Bo
EOo Milk's E mule Ion .BBo
BOo Syrup of Figs oo
fl Lydla Ptnkham'a Vege
table Compound ......BSo
11 Puffy'e Pure Malt ..Bo
ISO Caatoria .4 BBo
$1 plate Holder. 4x8.... o
I1.IS Plate Holder, H7.09O
11.00 'Tripod 89o
1 2. to Metal Tripod ....gls
I tubes Developer BSo
1 lb. Hypo Bo
We do finishing and developing.
"PEARY WILD KOT BEAT ME"
. 0. McCormick Says He Would Stick
for the Big Pole.
WOULD STAND NO THROW DOWN
Uarrlmaa Traffic 'Man Aaarrta Had
lie Cone Moat of Wajr n,'d Bore
Flalak or Mix It with the
K. O. McCormick, assistant traffic man
aKi't' of the Union Tacifio, stopped In
Onu'.lia for a bhort time Friday morning:,
lie vu In lila private car with a party of
fr i..i's nnit wrh rnroute to Seattle to aeo
II; x; ik i! inn. In IiIh jiurty beHldca hlm
ti.l ant wife were J mini' J. Oils Humphrey
11 ;fi of Chlrttiio; K. S. Conway, mem
In 1 .f tin Ciilf.ma Commoire assuclatlun,
and wi!. aril Ml Mabol Uotrrra of Chi
cago. JuilKe Hiin'phrey Is on the United
Etatee circuit brtu-h of llllnola and his
home is at SprlnKrirM.
The MeCormli'k party arrived on North
. Weatern train No. 21 and left for the weat
en Union I'aciric train No. 9. During the
I western trip the party will visit Seattlo
I and several points In California.
Mr. McCormick Insisted that tils trip waa
j simply one for pleasure and that he had
. thrown off business cares while making It.
He was questioned aa to who would be
mado Mr. Harrlman's successor an presi
dent of the Union Pacific and answered
that he waa unable to give any information
on that point. He said the question was
in the hands of the directors and nothing
had been given out yet.
Mr. McCormick and his two guests, Mr.
Conway and Judge Humphrey, were ready
to discuss any subject as they sat In the
manager's car at the station., Mr. Conway
brought up the subject of the North pole
and said that he was a Cook man. He
asked both Mr. McCormick and Judge
Humphrey which of the two discoverers
they supported. The judge said he was
with Cook, but tho traffic manager Bald he
had reserved his decision until he heard
further details relating to the twe expedi
tions. I.Ike Cooka Actions.
"I like the manner In which Cook has
told his story to the world," aald Judga
Humphrey. "He purely has proven himself
a gentleman and that goes a great ways
"That's Just the point I make," declarrd
Mr. Conway. "Cook has refused to get
into a controversy with Peary and has
acted like a gentleman all through the af
fair. I am acquainted with a man who
made a trip with Peary once and he told
me that Peary mistreated hla men.
"See what he did on thla last trip. When
he got within striking distance of the pole
he said to the real men In hla party: 'You
fellows stay back there; I will go find the
pole myself.' Then he took along an Es
kimo and located the pole."
"He never would have done that with
me, spoke up Mr. Mccormick, ir 1 naa
been In that party. He and I would have
gone to the mat right there. I don't know
whether Peary did such a thing or not
and I am waiting to hear more from both
him and Cook, before declaring my fav
orite. We don't need to worry much about
the pole yet, though. We haven't any
railroad running there."
CONFER ON TRIAL OF MABRAY
Rush and Swfiuon Lay Plans
Hearing; of "Mike" Cases
Special Assistant United Ptatee District
Attorney General S. R. Rush and Postofflce
Inspector J. S. SwinHon have been In con
sulfation relative to the J. C. Mabray cases
to be brought to trial In the federal courts
for the Iowa district at Council Bluffs be
ginning next week.
Many witnesses have been summoned In
the cases, some of the "Mikes" being from
Canada, who enjoyed several thousand dol
lars worth of experience with Mabray and
his confederates In their lack of judgment
on the results of a horse race and a prise
Assistant Attorney General Rush will as
sist United States Diatrict Attorney Temple
of Iowa in the trial of the cases against
MORE FLAGS ON TAFT ROUTE
Samson Asks Householders to Deco
the kniEhts. He will speak from the presi
PRESIDENT TO SEE FINEST HOMES
Line of Drive Will Carry Him Past
Many of Beat Omaha Has Box
Dnllt at the Dea for
Samson has Issued a request that so far
as possible residences along the route
taken by President Taft Monday be dec
orated with American flags.
This route has met with the approval
of the entire board of governors, as It not
only takes the president by as many school
houses as the time permits, but also drives
him past many of the finest residences of
the city. Among the prettiest drives along
the route is that through Bemlg park,
wtlh the beautiful houses high in the air
and surrounded with beautiful lawns.
The drive will go past the residences of
Bishop Scannell and Mrs. E. W. Nash, the
castle of G. A. Joslyn, the beautiful homes
of C. N. Delti, J. E. Baum, E. A. Cudahy
and many of the others in the West Far
nam district. The run is also over the
boulevard from Harney street to the new
Field club residence district and should
give President Taft the Impression thi
Omaha is a city of beautiful homes.
The Hock Island has arranged to haul
the presidential party from Dea Moines
to Omaha on a special train aa the first
section of No. 17 to run ahead of that
train. Thus the president and his party
should reach Omaha on time, if not a
little ahead of time. The special train will
be made up of the two private cars of the
presidential party, a baggage car of the
New York Central railroad and the private
car of H. S. Cable, general superintendent
of the Rock Island.
Preparations are complete for the dinner
to be tendered to Mr. Taft at the Omaha
club. It will be an elaborate affair. The
menu has been given out. The Omaha club
will spend 1250 for flowers to decorate the
tables. The music will cost about $75 and
the waiters $100. The menu cards will be
elaborate and will cost about $2 apiece and
will be a beautiful souvenir of the banquet.
Samson also wishes to remind all knights
of Ak-Sar-Ben that no visitors will be ad
mitted to the den Monday night and that
all knights will be required to present
both their membership cards and their but
tons at the door.
The private box which President Taft
and party will occupy at the den has been
built near the front and on the east side
of the arena. It la so arranged that the
automobile carrying the president may
drive In the large door at the east side of
the den and take the president to the side
of the box ao he may step from the auto
mobile to the box. The fact that the presi
dent' train will run on special time from
Omaha to Denver will give time to witness
the entire production of "Paprika Schnlt
sel" snd also te make a abert speech to
Can't Get Away;
I'm in Guard House
Soldier Boy Lover Sends Sweetheart
for License, but She Gets
It is beginning to look as If John E. Bur
roughs, a soldier at Fort Crook, will have
to wait until he gets out of the guard
house before he can get married.
A day or two ago a woman appeared be
fore Clerk Furay and asked for a mar
riage license. The man's name she gave
as John E. Burroughs, but before she got
to glvlns her own soon-to-be-changed cog
nomen Furay asked for the man's age and
the home of his parents. Alas, she was
stopped. She did not know either one.
When told to call him up she explained
that he was in the guard house at Fort
Crook and was denying himself to visitors.
Furay was obdurate and the license was
not Issued. It may be that she is now
spending her evenings trying to run the
guard, since they are evidently very an.t
lous to get married as soon as the groom
can got out.
BIG FIREWORKS FOR THE KING
Elaborate Display Will Be One of the
Features of the Kail
One of the big features of the fall
fostlvltleB overlooked In the rush of the
Important matters, Including the visit of
President Taft as the guest of Ak-ar-Ben,
is the big fireworks display to be given
Thursday night. These will Include set
pieces galore, serial fireworks and blazes
of all sorts.
The free attraction on the King's High
way this year will be the Howards, wire
walkers, who will give their performances
230 feet In the air. Other high priced free
attractions are bicycle and trapeze acts
on high wires stretched over the carnival
Skinned from Head to Heel
waa Ben Pool, Threet. Ala., when dragged
over a gravel roadway, but Bucklnn's Ar
nica Salve cured him. 25c. Sold by Beaton
Tf you have anything to sell or trade
and want qluok action, advertise U in The
Bee want Aa. columns.
BRANDEIS STORES 1
Invite tho Men of Omaha to Inspect
Our First Review of Fall Styles
,n Our Mew leu's Overcoat Dept.
Old Store 7 I
i irA-i.6. t
( v- . a-'
i Separate Entrance
for Men Northwest
S corner Sixteenth and
Most complete exposition of men's fashionable wear ver
made in Omaha. Our overcoat section has been remodeled and
Like an imposing military dress parade, each overcoat is
shown where it may be individually inspected. Walk between
the long ranks of coats and see all the new style features that
s will previal.
Brandeis Is Agent in Omaha for Rogers
. Peet, Uirsh-Wickwire. R. & W., Newport
and Renwlck System Overcoats.
See the new fancy patterns that will find jrreat favor. See
the new Presto Cravenettes the new Auto-Combi, a four-styles-in-one
overcoat the new Russian military styles that
lend such a distinguished air to the wearer. The new Kaglan
sleeve is an extreme novelty, also the new Eureka-Stanley
four-in-one coat. Every style that will be worn by the best
dressed New Yorkers is here in the size and pattern you wi$h.
Your presence is respectfully requested at this showing.
See the glimpse of
Correct Styles for
Men that are shown
in our windows.
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