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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 11, 1910)
A Notable Showing of the. New Fall Merchandise
TTTK ("WATT A' SUNDAY BETC: SEPTEMnF-R IT. 1M0.
All the Extreme and Popular Novelties in
Autumn Dress Fabrics
KxcIumvo stylos and Die newest foreign mannish suiting;
ever shown in this city. 54-inch materials, rough weaves,
camel's hair novelties, imported tweeds, French vigourenx
suitings, stunning weaves in Theodora suitings as showu
by New York and Paris houses dress $4 Ar
goods section, at, yard vl I" $UU0
In 'A different shades, shrunk, sponged and ready for the
needle. Street shades $1.75 and $2.50
Evening shades $J.50 and ijJ.UU
New Black Dress Fabrics
$1.'J3 novelty black dress goods bought in a special lot, giv
ing you the benefit at one-half their worth F (
black dress goods department, per yard U
Chiffon broadcloth, medium and dark colors, also black. .$1
New Dress Goods on Bargain Square
A special collection of French and American
manufacture semi:storm serges, Sebastopol,
Armure weaves, French taffetas, Kspingle,
Victoria suitings, broken weaves, cheviots and
diagonals, including a fine JQ PQ-
lot of panamas, at TV-Utli
Special Ad on
Fall Apparel on
Until G P. M.
Until 10 P. M.
Our Great September Sale of Blankets
Brandeis Store show a greater variety of blankets than any store in the west. We are
devoting additional space this season to our bedding departments, and have been planning
this big September sale of blankets for. manV months. We have bought thousands of blankets
very cheaply and you will save money on every pair ypu buy at this sale.
Scores of seeial lots now on sale at special prices.
Superb Styles in the
New Fall Silks
All the scarce Persian and Cashmere pattern
silks our special $1 satin Directoire Persian
. silks are shown in 37 distinct styles. The col
orings are suierb and these correct style silks
are in a class by themselves.
Stunning French Satin Barred Silk Plaids
The Scotch Tartan Persian effects, satin barred
and self tone combinations, for Monday 0Q
75 pieces at very special price, at, yard. .OiJC
Marquisettes for Dressy Gowns
This is the Bilk in vogue, beautiful evening and pastel
tints, etc., new blues and place combinations. 42 inches
wide. Our special Madam Butterfly will CA fc
absolutly not slip, at, yard $1JV pietf
Yard Wide Messaline Directoire
Brilliant finish, made from pure Italian silk, ceil, roBe,
lilac, Nile, Carmen-, Bois de Rose, Argent, Culvors,
Melon, pink maize, Carlo, new Faince blue, Chamois,
Reseda, Russe, Havanne Marron, Oris de Londre fl
and all the evening tints a 11.50 value, at, yard. . P1
Two Black Silk Specials
36-inch black Brandels Special Dress Taffeta, Peau de
Sole, Satin de Rine and Directoire Messa- fjO
" line black only, at, yard QC
Our $1.00 black celebrated Sappho Imported
silks regular price $1 yard, at, yard .........
The Most Wonderful
Ever Offered in Omaha
The New Fall Designs Specially Priced
127-inch fine French batiste flouncings and skirtings elegant
designs in English eyelet, floral and Japanese cf- CQ
fects worth from 7,")c to $1 yard, at, yard JC
18-in. and 22. in. Fine Flouncings (SL Skirtings
Fine Swiss, nainsook and cambric flouncings and skirtings;
also corset cover widths choice designs in English eyelet,
floral, blind ahd openwork effects many' worth C
oOe a yard, at, per yard mJC
Fine French (EL German Val Laces, Insertions
In the daintiest, new designs many to match
worth lOt! yard, at, per yard JC
A Showing of tho Season's Best Novelties in
Fine Laces and Dress Trimmings
All the latest novelties for fall and evening wear:
New trimming laces, allovcrs.
New bands, new lace and fancy mesh nettings.
Novelty braids buttons, etc.
In the new Persian, Cashmere, Metallic,
Headed, Embroidered, Multi-colored and
ew Fall Linens Kly
1,000 extra heavy pure linen table cloths hemstitched
ready for use $3 values, at, each $1.98
200 extra fine round thread German linen pattern cloths,
size 72x72 $2.25 values, each $1.69
Finest satin finish table damask full 72 inches wide
good 1.00 values, at, yard t.. 69
Double satin damask, made of finest flax, -worth $1.39,
at, per yard 98
100 dozen beautful Irish linen napkins, worth up to
$3.00, at, per dozen $1.98
Pure linen guest ttfwels, scalloped or hemstitched ends,
worth 60c, at, each . . . . : 25
Pine imported satin bed spreads, scalloped with cut cor-
ners $7.50 values, at, each $4.98
Thousands of samples fancy linen pieces In drawnwork,
cluny, Irish and Renaissance lace worth up to , $4,
at. each $1.98
We require the services of competent saleswomen
in women's shoe dpartment and women's waist section;
also cashiers, seamstresses and transfer girls.
BEGINS MONDAY AT BRANDEIS STORES
Bought the Entire Retail Rug Stock of an Eastern Concern
That Was Retiring From the Carpet and Rug Business
This is by far the most extraordinary rug sale Brandeis ever made. A prominent eastern retail store decided to
discontinue the handling of rugs and wired Brandeis for a cash offer on their entire stock. We bought every rug they
had at our own figure. . v i
If is so well known that Brandeis Stores always buy for cash no matter how
great fhe stock or how high the quality, that some of the biggest
bargains in the country are offered first to us.
No store but Brandeis could offer such bargains. The greatest chance to buy fine rugs at reduced prices ever of
fered to the people of Omaha. '
We Devote Practically Our Entire 3d Floor ta This Sale. More Space Than Was Ever Given
To a Carpet Sale in the West 85 Clerks to Wait on You No Crowding No Delays
$30 Axminster Rugs $-f
Wilton Velvet Hugs, at LI
, All are 9x12 rugs, full bordered. We have pever:
offered such a fine group before at this price. Better
patterns and better grades.
Finest Hilton Rugs $
Sxl2 and Vorfhio $50, at
All seamless, richest and most elegant patterns,
highest quality of "Wilton Rugs made, copies of ex
All new 'patterns, they are
worth as high as $5.00 each,
a big assortment, QQ
Velvet Rugs, at
.'.'All room size pigs In desirable floral, geometri
cal and Persian designs. Much admired in our
Worth $3.50,at $1.59
These are 27x60-inch rugs, in
a large variety of patterns,
worth up to $3.50, Jj i q
big bargain, at .... vli3w
Imported Mohair Rugs
Fine grade of imported mohair in plain colors:
30 by 60' inch
36 by 36 inch
36 by 72 inch
Axminster Rug Strips
4 'yards long, various colors
and designs can be used
for hall runners, etc.,
'. each, - at
Fine Oath Room Rugs
These fine bath room rugs are all washable,
36x72 or 30x60 bath - 27x54 or 24x48 bath
to 3, at. . ,
to $2, at . .
We have a trreat many rugs in larger sizes than 9x12, which we have priced specially: also hundreds and hun
dreds of rugs in lots too small to advertise, at bargains correspondingly great.
Special Bargains for Monday
In Our Basement
Fancy striped, checked and plaid outing flan
nels in the best quality money can buy. De
sirable lengths of light, medium and
dark colorings on special table, rVotf
at, ier yard V
10,000 yards of regular 10c fancy outing flan:
nel, in mill lengths light, medium m j,
and dark colorings, at, per yard .... U SC
Fancy outing flannel rem
nants, sutable for making
New double fold Persian
flannelette pretty, new
designs, at, per J2C
Fleeced flannelettes for
house dresses and kimo
nos these are 27 and
36-inch goods, worth
12V4c and 15 i A q
yard, at, yd OjOOC
Heavy mottled and Bhaker
flannels, In 8, 10 and 15
yard lengths, on 1
bargain square, yd. Ozl
Fancy yard wide sllkoline
remnants and 3 6 Inch wide
cotton challles, a t
special counter, yd. wgC
Dress and apron ginghams
good grade, fast colors,
will go at, per
la Hairdressing Dept. 2d Floor,
Sale of Cluster Puffs
Cluster Puffs $2.00 values for
Cluster Puffs $6 I
values for. $2.48 J
Cluster Puffs $7
values for. $5,00
Cluster Puffs $8
values for. $0.00
"Cluster Puffs $10
values for. $8.00
Rolls at ...50
Two extra large
size nets for.
We require the services of young men with e.xper
fence as floormen, men's pressers and tailors for cloak
alterations, young men In drapery department, also trans
for boys anil cash loys. -Apply 8uier1utentlrnt.
BRANDEIS STORES J
PROGRAM FOR BANKERS 01) I
' Prominent Men Are JDn for Important
MEETING ' C0VESS, TWO DAYS
Prrsldrnt W. J. Wkrlptea Makes the
Oprnias AdJren ttill M. Shaw
Will Talk Several Officer
. to Ba Elected.
TB program rrcpared for tha convention
of the Nebraska Bankers' aaoclatlon,
which meets In Omaha September 27 and 8,
haa trhoduled the principal addresses to be
gin with the annual talk of the prenldent
of the. association, who Is W. J. Welpton.
Leslln M. tihaw, former secretary of . the
treasury. Is to be heard Wednesday even
ins, the second day, following the annual
dinner at the Field club. Daniel J. Riley
of Dawson, president of group one. Is also
on the prosiam for response to a toast.
- Tuesday morning following- the prealdent'a
address, Victor McLueas of Omaha will
apeak on "The Legal Department of the
Association." That afternoon will be
heard S. H. Burton, auditor of state, on
"Hankers and the Banking Board." Alex
ander D. N :?, financial editor of the
Hventng fust of New York, follows with a
tslk on "The Future of American Banking."
Wednesday morning Henry W. Tates of
Omaha sieaka aa doea John D. liaakrll,
president of the Farmers and Merchants
bank of Wakefield.
Two Speeches Wednesday.
Two addreses are also scheduled for the
afternoon of Wednesday, one speaker being
Kduln Irvine Haines, editor of the Western
Hanker and recently editor of the Ameri
can Hanker, lie Is to talk on "Cultivating
the Small Depositor." The other Is Joseph
Chapman, jr., vice president of the North
western National of Minneapolis. His
theme . la . "Banking and Agriculture."
Immediately after this session those who
are members of the American Bankers'
association will be called to order by the
vie president for Nebraska, S.'K. War
wick of Alliance. v
This meeting is to nominate a member of
the executive council of the American
Bankers' association for Nebraska, a vice
president for the state and a member of
the national association's nominating com
The entertainment program of the con
vention Includes spending Tuesday evening
at ,the Orpheum theater, "delfgutes being
guests of the bankers of Omaha , and South
Omaha. The Field club dinner will occupy
Up to Council
County Commissioner Sayi Road Im
provement Work Lies in '
Regarding the request for road Improve
ment on Dodge and Center streets, made
by the Omaha Automotive club ta , the
Board of County Commissioners. Commis
sioner Plckard says. the Center street Im
provement will rest with the city council
as the portion upon which improvement Is
ahked lies within the city limits. Only a
part of Dodge street road from Fortieth
street to Happy Hollow Is outside tha city
limits which are determined by Forty
eighth. Mr. Plckard says the board 1s now
negotiating for the paving of iHidge from
Forty-eighth, to Fiftieth .and that the re
mainder of the road Is now in good condition.
Dr. Connell'i Plan for Issuance of
Bonds is Endorsed.
SHELDON AND ' HUMMEL " TALK
Commissioner Declares IB0,O0O Wcsld
Par for City Hospital mad . Cob-tag-tons
t hinks More la Needed.
Health Commissioner Connell and two
councllinen each declared a bond Issue
would be needed for the erection of a city
hospital, and tha councllmen both expressed
high favor for the plan. Dr. Connell an
nounced that a fund of $00,000 would be am
pie to fulfill the needs of the city.
"Fifty thousand dollars from city bonds
would solve the problem of Omaha." These
were the words of Dr. Conuell. .The phy
sician recounted the need of a' contagious
hospital, city hospital and county hospital
separate from the county poor farm.
"There la such an urgent need for the city
hospital that of course the city will make
a provision for It when the rlty jail la re
built next year," said Dr. Connell. "But So
fur as , the contagious 'hospital and the
county hospital are concerned the city or
county will have to vote JfiO.OOO bonds." It
was the health commissioner's Idea that
the bond Issue In the foregoing amount
would cover all the cost for the remodelled
city Jail, with hospital provisions, the con
tagious hospital and the' change necessary
to siiarate the county . hospital from, the
Dr. Council explained bow. In the re
modelling and rebuilding of. the city Jail,
provlslun could be made for a male and fe
male ward with an operating room between,
which could - be conducted by the reguar
corps of police surgeons, and a single
trained nurse. . He declared there were a
number of cases coming under the atten
tion of the police surgeons, which properly
should be given more attention than the
first care they received from the police
surgeons, which now la all the care many
of them get
'. "The city needs , a oontagioua hospital
very f badly," said Councilman Sheldon,
chairman of tha finance committee, "and
I for one would be very willing to present
to (he voters a chance to issue bonds to
erect one. , .
"Strangers in the city have very Inade
quate protection If they fall sick and when
the council condemns buildings for use as
contagious hospitals It Is liable to suit
from property owners In the neighborhood.
When diphtheria or scarlet fever breaks
out we should not be confined to quarantine
for suppressing the disease; we ought to
have some way of segregating the cases.
I will help the scheme aiy time."
Councilman. Joseph Hummel is also in
favor of a city hospital. "There Is no
doubt about the need of one," said Mr.
Hummel, "but the practicability of the
plan la, a different matter. For one thing, I
believe that JiO.OOO. is a very low estimate
of the probable cost. A site convenient
any whereould oost at least 1:0.000 alone,
and the' other expenses would mount up
very rapidly. But the virtues of having one
are easily seen, and If we can do it we
Death from niood l'oloa
waa prevented by t. V. . . ..il Mo.,
who feealctt his, dangerous uihiihI with
Bticklen'a Arnica Palvc. L'3c. 'or sale by
I Beaton Drui.' C.
. "8i you. want women to voti' '
,"l have .rtcvlatx il . iu self t'i that "ffcct,"
said JM keen Doliiici.m
"And. J suppose you want to see a wo
man i-irileu to tii- uiilc (,n not. ,iwhI:
"Xti. After they lntv held a few nphitcd
conventions 1 don't think any of them will
have ujutn peisonal popularity among
the member to secure even an Indorse
ment. Hut there's no reason why they
shouldn't all vote for me as their champ
ion.'' Washington Star.
"Devil's Slide, "
New Goat, a Steep Eock Incline, to
Be Used Instead of Old
Instead of the once famous method of
sending the new Shrlners "across the hot
sands" for an Initiation stunt those unfor
tunates are hereafter to be sent sliding down
the famous "Devil's Slide" in Weber'e can
you. The first trial of the new Initiation
goat is to be made at the grand bout sched
uled for September 15.
The slide, as it Is called, is a troughlike
natural rock formation 300 feet long and set
at an 'anKle of 45 degree.- from the ground.
For many years It has been an object
of scenic Interest on the Union I'aciflo
railroad. Its situation is fifteen miles from
Ogdt-n and forty-five miles from Salt Lake
City on that road.
Tho slide Itself is not on the l"nlon Pacific
right-of-way, but the only access to It at
the bottom Is. The road, however, has
glwn the Hhrlners permission to erect a
building there for use In their Initiation
Munts and to kepp things during the year.
it is not known whether armor plate Is
contemplated by the Shrincrs In that sliding
Iprocepa or not, hut the suspicions of most of
the wouid iira is Thai the on y cause ror
that newly erected bulldlni; Is to use It aa a
fiint aid to the Injured hospital.
1.M Kulali temple Is stationed at Kalt Lake
City and the present head of It is C. W.
Murr. It is undei stood that Fred A.
I Hlne, the imperial potentate of the Khrin
IciK, will bo on hand for the first Initiation
at the Devil's J-'llde.
of a' witness, ' "if you have ever been In
dicted for any offense against the law?"
' I never have, sir."
"Have you ever been arrested on a charge
of any kind?"
"Well, have you ever been suspected of a
"I'd rather not answer that question."
' "Ha! You would rather not. J thought so.
1 Insist upon your answering It. Have you
ever been suspected of a crime."
"Yes, sir; often.. Kvery time I come home
from a trip abroad the customs Inspectors
at New York City suspect me of being a
smuggler." Chicago Tribune.
i l 'lNual.-J.l.-e. l: I " 9 f
ould Nut Deny It.
"I will nk uu." aid the laayrr, mho
was trying to throw doubt on the testimony
Here is a goiaen opportunity ir
miller who wants to make a c(i and ,
... , . . . h.r. m.nnrtuliltV 1
looms large and where the rapid settle
ment of tha country WILL. MAKE H19
KORTLNK FOR HIM. '
Buhl. Idaho. Is the market point for ;
0.000 acres Carey Act land; the richest (
Isnd that Use out of doors. 1 here, is i
heap electric power gained from ta
falls of the Hnaka river. Thre are Of ,
cf farm produce of every description.
Everything Is favorable. Please V LITE i
ME AT ONCK. ,. . . I
Ton can satisfy yourself about .
this If you will write to me at onra. I
can send you a booklet showing Jl.BT
WHAT THIS SUCTION- HAS TO DB- i
PliND ON; Juki WHAT IT WILL D'J
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r t.l II 1 VH . V. I I IB iw, , -
nothing and may mean a fortune to you, i
! O. M. MoQXTOWjr, Secretary BUM. COM
XXAGZAI. CX.UB, Baal, XAako. ,
We can meet the Young Man'g
fancy In Swell Footwear.
We've some very radical stuntg
In Fall Shof8.
iMost of theeto very Natty Young
Dressers keep their eye on thia
Shoe Store for the right bhoes,
ami we always deliver the goodn.
There are shoes of black
and handsome new, colored
ltatheiH. Freak, awing and '
straight lasts, military beela
dioi tois, perforated tips,
vamps, etc. All the swell
iiess that can be worked Into
a pair of shoes.
$3.50. $4.00 "! $5.00
We've a blooming garden of
Shoe smartness, that Young Men
will fully appreciate, and we deem
It a pleasure, to show our shoes
FRY SHOE CO.
Ifltb and Douglas Mtrweta.
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