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TTTE BEE: OMAHA. TUESDAY. OCTOBER 11. 1010.
WUKIi ON MANY BlilLDlNCS
Union Pacific Starts on Big List of
MATERIAL 13 NOW ON THE JOB
Goff Family in
Father Complains Against Juvenile
Officer and Finds Himself Un
der Several Charges.
More troubles of tbe Charles CJoff family
Were aired In juvenile court Monday morning-,
when Ooff came, before Judge Button
to make defense to a chargo that his son,
Charlie, dous not attend school regularly.
Goff dedlared that the boy, who Is only 12
years old, Is earning t'i a day as a team
ster and said that he cannot support his
family without the lad's aid. ''If you would
let me run my family affairs It would be
all right," he said, looking; towards Proba
tion Officer Mogy Bernstein.
There followed a loud argument between
Oof f and ilurnsteln, in which Mernateln
called the attention of Ooff to the fact that
most of his "butting In has been along
the line o( donating money to the family.
Ooff finally declared that he would move
out of the state to some place where the
juvenile laws don't Interfere with a man's
children working. He finally agreed to
keep the lad in school as long as he lives
In Omaha. During the wordy combat be
tween Goff sjid Bernvteln, Ooff let It slip
out that his daughter is earning St a week
In a candy kitchen. A few weeks ago she
was placed in a housework position by or
der of the court Bernstein declared he
Would have her and her father brought Into
court for violation of the court's order
Ready for Meet
Varied Program is Prepared for
Their Entertainment This
, . Week.
Members of the Western Association of
Electrical Inspectors, numbering seventy
five or more, began to oome to Omaha last
Alght to attend their annual convention.
The Koine hotel will be headquarters and
the meetings, - which last through Thurs
day, will be held In the convention hall
there. Klnce the program, which Includes
talks on electrical subjects by Watdemar
Mlchaeiseo and P. P. UcGough of the city
department was announced, the additional
amusement of en automobile ride through
tbe city has been planned.
Mr. Mlchaelsen, who baa been prominent
In the association since he helped to or
ganise It, Villi have charge of the local en
tertainment. He will take the visitors
through the Omaha theaters to demon
strate the care milli which the regulations
are carried out In this city. Mr. Mlchael
Sen maintains that there are no better
wired or fitted theaters In the country than
la Omaha and as the theaters are especially
tae charge of the Inspector, he Is proud of
Headquarter Shops and Xrw Poet
office All Mart gaperetrnetarre
Mondar, with Many Work
men on the Baildlnss.
instruction work on buildings totaling
1,3'.X).U0 value Has beyun by the L'nlun i a
ciflc railroad In Omaha Monday morning.
The LlfcMeHt Job in the new heud (uartet
at fifteenth and Dodge streets, tbe laying
of the heavy foundations having been fin
ished laxt week. This one structure Is to
cunt the road Jl.twu.uuO. Next comes five
new shop building", being added to the al
ready immense works In the grounds of
the Union Pacific shops In Omaha. TheHe
buildings, although they are not all ready
to start, have practically the foundation
work done on all, an1 work above tue
ground besan Monday morning. The last
Is the xuu-pOHtofflte that Is being reared
at Tenth and ilarcy streets for the une of
It will be the middle of next summer and J
possibly next fall before tne work on all
thexe will rw flnlHtied. tho pontoffiru and
Shop buildtnin being done, of course, long
Defore the large offices.
Thirty cars of huge steel pillars and
beams are on hand at the new Union Pa
cific headquarters, and already a large
Dumber of tbe pillars for the first story
are up and the croa beams fur the first
story, or the main floor, laid. By the first
of Deoember all the twelve stories of steel
construction will bo In place and a part of
the fireproof brick work completed, accord
ing to the builders.
Each of the p liars Is thirty feet In length
and weighs five tons. One pillar will ex
tend two stories of the building, seven Of
the lengths being needed to complete the
height of the building. All the steel and
Iron to be used In the building Is being
made by Noelke-Kichards of Indianapolis.
Charles Miller, general superintendent of
the James Stewart company, who are the
contractors arrived In Omaha In the latter
part of last week and will have the gen
eral charge of the building from now on.
"As soon as three of the stories of steel
have been put up we expect to begin the
brick work and will push it as fast as
possible. We do , not want to have to
work nights, but will do It If necessary.
As we stand now it la probable that the
work will be completed In the time of the
contract, August L"
The scene of the building Is a busy one
with two big derricks working, one capa
ble of lifting fifteen tons and the other
twenty. Another derrick also will be
Officer Loses in
Race with Death
Quartermaster J. B. Zimmerman
Beaches Sioux City Half Hour
After Child's Death.
Relieved ahead of time from his duties
at the Omaha naval recruiting station.
Quartermaster J. B. Zimmerman reached
titoux City a half hour after bis little chili
died there Saturday evening. Word to this
effect reached Uuutenant Pout In Omaha
Monday, together with the businesslike
Dews from Zimmerman that he had opened
the naval post In Sioux City and had re
cruited several men.
It has been arranged for some time that
a substation should be established at Sioux
City, and when Quartermaster Zimmerman
received word last week that his little
daughter was suffering a serious Illness
at the home of Its grandparents, he re
ceived peravlsrion to leave several days
ahead for (bat elty. lie was beaten by
death a half hour In the race to his child's
Tuesday Will. Be Children's Day
OF BRANDEIS NEW
EVERY CHILD WHO VISITS OUR NURSERY AND
PLAY ROOM WILL RECEIVE A SOUVENIR
(Children Must Be Accompanied by a Grown Person)
MUSIC ALL DAY AND EVENING
BY STRING ORCHESTRA
Mr. and Mrs. Bregant, the Smallest and Cleverest Sales
people in the Word, Will Demonstrate Wood
ward's Candies All Week.
Infants and Children May Safely Be Left in Charge of Com
petent Matron and Trained Nurse in Our Children's
Play Room. Baby Carriages Checked Free.
SEE THE BEAUTIFUL POMPEIAN ROOM NEWLY
DECORATED WITH GARLANDS OF OAK
LEAVES AND POPPIES.
The Most Picturesque Room of Its Kind in America.
Pompeian Room Open Every Evening This week.
Free Souvenirs Between Acts of the Theater.
I l h I H I r I t
f I 1 IV F I I 1 fV t
Tuesday We Olfer Extra Specials
NEW FALL GOODS
Sale of Fine Persian Silks
New arrivals, a superb collection
of the scarest silks In market,
fine combination of patterns and
colorings Main Silk Dept., at
79c to $r-
54-inch Tailored Suitings
Scotch and English tweeds, French
Vigoreux, German . novelty suit
ings, broadcloths, nattie effects
in new fall colorings our regu
lar dress goods department: all
54 inches wide,
BRANDIES SELLS THE BEST MAKES KID GLOVES
P err in Reynier Monarch
You Can Select from the Largest Glove Stock in the West.
All the Desirable Shades for Street and Evening Wear.
SPECIAL SALE AND DEMONSTRATION OF THE
FAMOUS LA VIDA CORSETS
Miss Nolan, Special Representative of the Makers,
Will Be in Attendance All Week. Her Valu
able Services Are at Your Disposal.
) BRANDEIS STORES
SAMSON HAS MONEY TO SPEND
Carnival Leaves Treasury Five Thou
sand Dollars to the Good. .
WILL' GIVE DEN A NEW FL00E
Iltuhway la Being; Dismantled and
Showmen Are Disappearing, to
Amnse Other Carnival Towns
with Their Antics.
The Ak-Par-Ben festivities of 1910 leave
the king's treasure chest comfortably 'full
and the lord high chancellor of exchequer
is feeling tolerably well.
The lord high' chamberlain stated Mon
day morning: ,
"We have paid off an Indebtedness of
$3,(W0 owing from last year and will have
a balance over all of something like
Samson also gives cheering news that
the board of governors Is contemplating a
new dancing floor at. the royal castle,- and
it Is possible that next year the light fan
tastic toe will be tripped over this, and
therefore never again over the present
The Highway Is being rapidly disman
tled. Most of the concessionaires have
left town and workmen are engaged In
taking down the royal walls and the tents
and other temporary structures.
Samson's office Is still the busiest place
In Omaha and hard work for many weeks
Is . piled up In front of Samson and his
The carnival has gone, leaving the king's
retinue In a tired but pleased frame of
mind, for arduous efforts have been mani
festly appreciate! and the satisfaction Is
at hand of good wrk well appreciated.
Take Shoes, Socks, Cigars and Grip
from Different Places Sun
Two burglaries c' trivial nature were re
ported to the police Monday morning. One
was that w'llch occured to the restaurant
of J. F. Mhler, 314 South Tenth street, in
which II In cash, fifty cigars, a grip and
a pair of socks were taken.
Denlse Oulnan, 1806 North Twenty-sixth
street reported the theft of a pair of shoes
from his resldenpe. The burglars In each
case gained entry through a window. '.
Money Hlnli( In St. Louie.
ST. LOUIS. Oct. 10 Officials and de
tectives of the Pacific Express company In
St. luuls today are trying to solve the
dl.sappenre.nce of three packages of money
containing approximately 14.000, while being
shipped from St. Louis to Fort Worth, Tex.
11 b J L v J A -A
or YOUR MONEY BACK
P1 DR. R. SCHIFFMANN'8 I V
is Gold by All Druggists
on aPosltlvo Guarantee
to give Instant relief In every case of
Asthma, no matter bow violent the at
tacks or obstinate the case, or YOUR
MONEY WILL BE REFUNDED by the
Druggist of whom you bought the pack
age, without any question. ( (6)
R. Schlflmsnn Co., Proprietors, St Paul, Mine,
iVKV TalTsDBBfal Booms
The bearing- of children is frequently
followed by poor health for the
mother. This supreme crisis of life
finding her physical system nnpre
pared for the demands of nature,
leaves her with weakened resistive
powers and sometimes chronic ail
ments. This can be avoided If
Mother's Friend Is used before the coming of baby, and the healthy woman caa
remain a healthy mother. It Is the only remedy that perfectly and thoroughly
prepares the system for healthy motherhood, and brings about natural and
easy consummation of tbe term. Women who use Mother's Triend are always
,h .n.Hn whn little on arrive, and recover more quickly, and
with no 111 effects, or chronic troubles. Every expectant mother should safeguard
her health by uilng Mother" a Friend. fk Ti
thus preparing ner pnvsicai concuuoa
for the hour of motherhood. This
medicine Is for sale at drug stores.
Write for free book for expectant ' 9
S&AEFXXXD EEQUULTOR CO,
Papier Maohe Dress Forms Tn Resist you In fit-
ting your own ilrenses properly; all slse: nt I
tne pattern counter fl.OO
for Style and Beauty in
Ak-Snr-Ren's Carnival, with its
rush ami its crowtls, has passed into
history; now is the time to pick out
your suit at your leisure without the
worry of being in the crowds with
its attendant delay.
We received, Saturday morning, by ex
press from New York, several large ship
ments of ladies' suits which are' Just now
being put on display in our suit rooms and
in the purchase of one of these suits you
have our positive assurance of securing
the newest and most exquisite styles that
have been exhibited in Omaha this season,
all of the finest fabrics and weaves and
luillt by tailors who are scientists In their
The prices range from $15 to $35.
For tomorrow we feature at
A beautiful suit, hand-tailored from
storm serge in black and navy only, with
the narrow pleated skirt, regular seml-flt-tlng
30-inch jacket, satin lined; we have a
large selection in all sizes, and you will un
doubtedly be able to select Just the model
that is best adapted to your figure.
Our line of Dresses, Coats, Raincoats,
etc., is unsurpassed for quality and varie
ties; our stock is now the most complete
of any time of the season, and by making
your selections now, you get the best and
Great Bargains in Oar Linen and Domestic Goods Depts.
Items of keen interest for the careful housekeeper. Ileal bar
gains that you cannot afford to pass by:
The Famous Hope Muslin, 10 yard limit to each customer, the regular
10c quality, per yard 7
42x36-inch Pillow Cases, excellent grade, 15c goods, each ...lOHt
Muslin Sheets, size 72x90, made of extra heavy, strong material, t5c
values, each . . . 49
Cotton Blankets, heavy tan and white goods, full bed size, $1.50 qual
ity, per pair $1.10
Cream Table Damask, 68 Inches wide, only . 5 pieces, good vaiues at
49c, per yard 25
Bed Spreads, hemmed, full size, 79c quality, each 5l
Uuck Towels, good, large size, excellent quality, reg. 12V4c, ea., 8&
8c Crash Toweling, either twist or plain weave, each 5i
Made ByTlxelW QRIiER
A thorough blending of art and craft
in "Dorothy Dodd" shoes. Practical
too, not merely for adornment, but solid
wear and comfort too also.
$4.00, $4.50, 55.00
We don't aay there never
will be better cigars for
the money than IDOLS.
This ia an era of progress.
Predictions are dangerous.
But for all-around goodness
for fine, rich flavor and
exquisite aroma for solid
smoke-satisfaction, we Jo
You can't equal these 'long
fillers' of fine imported to
bacco anywhere for 5 cents.
fUcsmmtndtJ ty ,
McCORD - BRADY CO.
For foot trouble don't see
the doctor or buy some foot
remedy. It is the shoe you
wear that makes the trouble.
For real foot comfort get our
Both a nonconductor of heat and
cold not a tender foot but finds
Immediate comfort in these shoes.
Made on a common sense last
and fitted with the soft, porous
felt cushion insoles that glva a
soft, firm foundation.
The good points about these
shoes are so many that we have
not the room here to tell you all.
Come in and see them the next
time you are down town. Prices:
Men's . . $5,00
Drexel Shoe Co.
1419 Farnara St.
UAVDEfTs TUESDAY METS
Bargain Day in Cloak Department
Broken line and odd garments left from the greatest
Ak-Sar-Ben week's selling ever known will be closed at
phenomenal bargain prices Tuesday.
$25.00 TAILOR SUITS $11.50
12."0 of them, odd lota nnd
snmple suits, nil wool
fabrics, guaranteed satin
linings, scores of designs
actual value Sf 50
to $25.00, at II
$20.00 SILK DRESSES $6.93
lo of them. You couldn't
duplicate the fabrics nt
the price poplin.-;, ra
jahs; all colors nd si wis
pi-eatest snap $OS5
evpr. nt W
$25.00 Long Caracul and Seal Plush Coats Satin $f Q50
lined throughout; delightful bargains at I J
French Coney Fur
satin lined, $
Skirts Values tip
to $7.50; $Q95
All Wool Sweaters,
reds, white and
grays; to $135
$4 values. . . I
Extra Spocials for Tuesday
Ji.-in. rercale. 12 '4c grade. 8 t
Arniuro Flannelette, 18 "fee grade.
Be6t Standard Print made. 514
3 6-ln. Flannelette, 18c grade,
Beat Sllkollne .made, 36 inches
wide, for l0
raciflc Twills, 28 inch 7s
36-ln. Unbleached Muslin, 9c
grade, for . . . 7 i
Pacific Twills. 32 inch JQO
36-in. Bleached Muslin, 10c trade,
Genuine German Feather Ticking,
Silverwood 11-4 extra heavy Cot
ton Blankets, always sells for
1.98, Tuesday only ...S1.25
Harvest 10-4 2-pound Blanket,
regular price 65c pair; Tuesday
. . ... 1
. . f
11-4 Blanket, No. 1175, regular
price $4.25; on sale Tueday only
at- Pair $3.45
Extra Specials on Comforters
From, each. . .50 to $13.50
Extra Specials in Liquor Dept.
Best High Grade Bottled-in-Bond Whiskey, full qt.$1.00
Pure California Grape Brandy, per quart . 75c
Pure Home Made Grape Wine, red or white, per gal. $1.00
Evans' Table Ale, per dozen pinets $1.25
The last for This Season of Keiffer fears
If you are going to put up any Kieffer Pears buy now,
as this will positively be our last sale.
Tuesday, per Vfe bu. basket, 55c; per hamper $1.65
New York Quinces, packed in 8-lb. grape baskets, contain
ing from IV2 to 2 dozen quinces; per basket 35c
Green Tomatoes for canning; per market basket, 15c
Fresh Spinach, per peck 5c
Monday's prices on ail Groceries, Fresh Vegetables, Crackers Meats', Etc.
EEsWtB? UAYDHI'S FIRST pays
otith dWafia 1
Tuesday and Vednesday
OF THIS WEEK
this month. Did you ever know the bride to ho
disappointed on receipt of silver for a wedding
! gift? An acceptable gift would be
Bet of Teaspoons '. . . . .$3.50 to $7.00
Or Forks $8.23 to $12.00
Or Oyster Fork $4.50 to $0.50
And hundreds of other pieces to select from. 7
S. W. LINDSAY, Jeweler
1516 Douglas Street ''
Order Your Paeonies Now It's Planting Tirae
Ask for Oar Bpsolal rail Catalogs ty Tlphn or PottaL It couplet
Paeon y book conlalna planting Instructions and accurals descriptions of a.F our
beautiful varieties and prloas. other piants for lu.ll panting are lu(u.lqd. Ws will
mail It at ones. Postac na4 mo bs ssau .
Dslivsrtas to yoar r..ld.nos, fros of tkir(, tf yon lls In OmsAa Council Bluffs.
F. W. MENERAY CRESCENT WUKbiUKX uuxvirAHX,
noLMl Ball (72; Xb4. 613.
1st St. and Ats. A
Council Bluffs, Iowa
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