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TIIF, OMAHA SUNDAY HKE: NOVEMBER fl,
We paid thousands of dollars less for these new and desirable rugs than we would have paid for them regularly. That means thousands
-of dollars saved for the men and women who buy the rugs at this sale Monday. We state positively that even in previous great sales we have
never offered such a splendid variety of rugs at prices so wonderfully low. We doubt if we shall ever again have such bargains to offer,
We devote practically our entire third floor to this sale 85 clerks will be ready to wait on you
9x12 Axminster and Wilton Velvet Rugs
These are not by any. means the ordinary Axminster Hugs) They are in fact the
"T 1 11 1 1 A 1 -I. it. 1 A
jjromiey rug, uie uesi viininsier rug maae, inousanus or,
.... . ... ... . . .. f
winch Jiave been sold by us at the trade price ot all
zlt ftnd th newest patterns. It is surely a wonderful bargain.
These Rugs Actually Worth $25 and $3D at
Reversible Bath Rugs,
All our bath rugs have been groujx'd into two.
. immenso lots at an unprecedented ' bargain.
.; They are high grade, wash ' o f a fj A
able, reversible rugs that v5la n (P
' are worth up to $1 each, atd VAj
ut Boya "ST
1 Fleecy lined, all
.sixes; too qual
ity; at, .suit, flte
i Our Great Special Sale
Surplus Stocks From A. W. Porter & Co.
. 42 WHITE STREET, NEW YORK
High grades of warm winter
children at greatly reduced prices.
Women's Kid Gloves at $1.75 Pr.
Fine French kid, cape and Arabian mocha, silk lined and unllned,
In one and two clasp effects, tan, grey, brown, white and ' black;
Perrln's and Northup makes; fitted to the hand.
Women's, Children's and Boys' "Gloves and Mittens ,
LeRthor gloves and mittens, fleoce lined and fur trimmed, Astra
khan gloves, fleeced lined; rough rider gloves; fancy gauntlets and
LACES and DRESS TRIMMINGS Main Dept.
We have a. complete assortment -of all the latest novelties In all
over laces, 45-lnch flounclngs, deml flounclngs, bauds, galloons, Jabot
laces, nettings, etc.
Also gold, sliver and multl colored beaded passementeries, beaded
garnitures, beaded and silk fringes, cords and tassels, novelty buttons
etc., all at very special prices.
EOOST FOR BETTER CONTROL
Konicipal Government Leagne Meet
" ing in Omaha to Do Tbingt. .
riLACTICAL LESSONS BY EXPERTS
A Thrlta, bat M Vkt Kaaw
How Halt rroprrlr 111 t hi "
Will Show Others Hw
When the 130 delegates from many
towns in Kebraaka, nmt , In Omaha.
November IS, 1 and 17. tor the third an
nual convention, the move for batter
rnurtlclpal rovernment will be given an
linpetua. which will be felt In every city,
town, village and hamlet in the at ate.
I'poa the program will be the namra of
TRY 1EIS FOR KIDNEYS
HAS CURED Til) US A3 DS
Weak. Inactive, or ii.mn.ui . ii.in..
tuglit to have inell. al attention t onta
10 avoiu poaaibie development of chronic
rheumatism. BriKht'a di
wlik-n ara practically incurable. If your
aLiiea, rnoumatic tutlna affect the
Joint, the urine la frequent, imlnful or
mtuiy cuiorva, or you liave aorenem In
ttia grolu .,r dlxxy B.ella, tiratment
at.otlld IjA f W.n ml t.tim .u..i.4 l
JevtloMiiiiun or con.iillcaitoiia. lirt from
turax loiniMjurid, onj-lialf ounce fluij
oxtract bucliu ami am uuurot giwl pure
'M. Al IK and take or e to two tf-aapuon-f
ula of the miiture aiter each incaj and
'i'hla a. da the. fc'diieya to properly pr
J01111 llieir work of filirilu i.iiMit.uua
ate mutter and uric ai-ij from the
l.lxid and tiirowinir It off from tue -tun
a tli-y kiiouM and put tlirm In
Jtroiia. h.alihy rond.iin. Thia furmula
l.ns tur.l iijuuain1 aniL'e It waa dtaoov.
ntl a ftw uionlua agu. Adv.
up to 85c, at,
each .... 15
underwear for women, misses and
Fin nibbed Cotton Union Suit
Medium weight, fleecy lined,
7Gc Quality, at
Girls' and Hoys' Medium Mid Heavy Fleecy
Lined Vuloii Hulta Ages A Q
to 16 years, worth 7Dc, at ItC
Soft, tteeey lined, 60c quality, qq'
at, a garmont OcC
Vests and Pants Fine ribbed cotton
.and non-shrinking wool, all sizes
worth up to $1.00, at, each ....
men who have become familiar flgurea In
the war sgaiiiMt Ignorant politics, unwise
or corrupt legislation and common mu
nicipal mlstakea. For the last three
years they have been banded together
with but one aim and . that aim the
eradication of the political evils which
have become pronounced or are likely to
become diingrrons to the welfare of the
people of the state.
. The men, who will teach and be taught
at thta convention are by rio odds
theorlMs, but men who have long been
tried In the fires of business, political
and professionally ectlvHIus and have
proved their right to a hearing. Theli
dralre la not personal profit, but the more
pat Hot lo purpose of doing aomethlng
toward the progress of their communities.
Their object la stated In the first article
of the constitution of the league; "To
perpetuate and develop the league as an
agency for the co-operation of Nebraska
municipalities In the practical study of
municipal affairs." Twice the associ
ation has met before and each session
was successful and sent more than a
hundred men back Into the atate with
new Ideas and new Ideals to be effectively
applied to the management of the mu
nicipalities of the state.
. alaay Delegates Vzlmm.
Many. towns In the state have signified
thetr Intention to send several men 'as
delegates and others who have not yet
Joined the movement will send a repre
sentative, who, while he will have no
voire In the legislation that may be at
irmpieu. win neverineiefca be given a
respectful hearing and will be urged to
Join, with the others In the effort to
promote the best city government. .
Kvery phace of municipal activity Ml
be discussed and plant wilt be made to
utilise the co-operative power ' of the
league to secure needed legislation. Head
quarters have been etatllahed at the
Itume hotel and the following complete
program Is announced:
On Wednesday, November 13, at 19
o'clock lu Jie forenoon the deU gates will
.. fife 1
re;;flr Midi Le
fhi i Ft I
Art Squares' '
.These room-elzo art square are all
excellent patterns and they are
worth up to 5 each. Art nn
Hundreds from the big Sf. l
retail stock, at. . ; UVJ ,
Our purchase from Barnes &
Co., of Paterson, N. J., was a
complete high grade retail
Hi a ti i .
DbuH.. j.t was so immense inai
we divide it into different lots.
From That Great Barnes & Co. Stock
1 "' of Paterson, N. J.
On Sale for the First Time Monday
PositiYcly Worth as High a (tjL98
as $25.00 Each, at. d
B. Hero are scores und scores
-i .i i
2 They tiro innde of fine silks, chiffons, serges, broadcloths, velvets
nnd nets. All the newest colors and the styles are all the seu -
son's favorites. This is one of the most remarkable offers in
Not One of These Dresses
is Worth Less Than $10.CO.
Many Are Worth As High
As $25.00, at
Special Lots From the Barnes Stock
on Sale Every
All the 811k and
Iice WalNts, wortli
vp to f 10 3l.t)S
All the bilk rettl
eoats worth up to
3, at ....81.08
All the Women's
worth up to f 7.50,
$2.50 and $3.50
IN BRANDEIS BASEMENT-CLOAK DEPT.
be received and registered at the city
hall. In the afternoon at 1 .CO o'clock
kayor James C. Dahlmen will deliver an"
address of welcome. To this address
Robert P. Btarr of Loup City, president
of the league, will respond and will con
clude by giving his annual address. At
J .30 o'clock J'rof. Charles K. Crowley, gas
commissioner of Omaha, will speak on
the "Purification of Water for City Vse
and Gas Testing." A general discussion
will then be held led by James Nicholson,
Jr., assistant water and light commis
sioner ot tlrand Inland, and P. II. Ilar
blcon, water commissioner of University
Place. In the evening at S o'clock "Pre
vention of Klres In Cities and Villages"
will be the theme, discussed by Charles
Randall, state fire warden. Following
him the talk will become general, led by
I II, Iyle. mayor of Wahoo; Charles A.
Baiter, fire chief of Omaha, and C. P.
Andoi berry, city attorney of Mlnden.
Una Man to Speak.
"Co-operation In Road Dulldlng by
Cltlea, Counties and BtaUs," Is tho sub
ject assigned to Frank U. Pierce, secre
tary of the League of Iowa Municipali
ties, of Marshalltown, la., who will open
the program Thursday morning at t
o'clock. Following him Thomas II. Pratt,
alderman, Lincoln; T. C. Patterson,
mayor of North Platte, and John W.
Patterson, mayor of Kearney, will talk.
John J. Donahue, chief of the Omaha
police,' will explain the "KertlUlou Sys
tem of Identlfyptng Criminals." F. 1
llurre.ll ot Fremont will explain the con
struction and need ot "Bridges and
Viaduct Over Railroads, and Public
Sf'if." F. P. ,.Vau Wlckle, major of
Vork, and Anton Lredle, mayor of Crete,
--Ut a: address the meeting. The fore
noon session will close with a short dlt.
cuuiloo of the necessity of strict tnipec
tlon of stram boilers and elevators by
Robert V. Wolfe, chief boiler inspector
Continuing In the afternoon the follow
ing program will be rendered:
Municipal Ownership of PubllO Villi-
; : . . wii
These are rugs up to 9x12 in size not
is worth less than double the price wo
Many are actually worth up to $18.
These rugs arc all 4fx G1 ft. in size,
and are actually worth up to $9. AVe
f offer an immense group -;' OM no
from the retail stock, at . . ViwO
of stunning new street, evening
,.,i,:,..i.i t p. "i ..i i.
Day This Week
worth' up to 919; at
$3.93, $5.00 - and
SP Sf " ift'ft
. ' FRIDAY
tony ricd ' Klmo
no.1 worth op to
r $1.80, t ...I.. 694
featn Pttloota .
wortn np to 91. 00,
worth np to SI BO,
at .... ....... .890
ties." Don L. Love, ex-mayor of Lincoln.
Discussion, led by O. C. Zlnn, Hastings;
U D. Wright, water commissioner-of
Fremont; J. II. Miller, water commis
sioner of Gran Island; John -Marts?
engineer and water commissioner ' of
Seward. . . r
Sight-seeing trip to . the Omaha
water plant and " Elcclrlo --lighting
company's plant and Omaha & CohndU
liluffa Street Railway & Power company.
Heeeatloa sad Ilanqaet.
At- 30 a reception and banquet, comj
plimentary to delegates, tendered by the
Omaha Commercial club, followed by an
address, "Paving and Re-pavlng and
Grading Streets? and Manner ot Taxing
the Cost," by George W. Craig, city
engineer of Omaha.
General discussion, Adna Dobson. . city
engineer ot Lincoln; F. J. Hhnrp, mayor
ot Aurora; C. J. Miles, mayor ot Hast
ings; F. I. llurrell, ex-mayor of fremont.
Friday morning at 9 o'clock Fred Cos-
grove, comptroller of Omaha, will speak
on the "Unification, ot Municipal Ac-'
counting," which ''will be followed by S
discussion led by A. D. Curtis, city clerk
of Geneva; S. F. KtllesJ City 'clerk of Fre
mont; Richard L. Harrison, treasurer of
Grand Island; F. W. Miles, treasurer of
University Place. " . '
The unfinished bunlnesa of the aesslon
will be transacted In the, afternoon and
election of officers will ensue. Standing
committees will be appointed, the next
place ot meeting will be selected and the
session will end In a slffht-scslng trtp to
the South Omaha packing houses.
Will Take New Work.
"Wo are .1111 a ,i)uug ansoclatlun,"
aald an Omaha man speaking ot the
league, "but at the conclusion of this
third sesdon we expected to be settled
on a firm basis and ready to undertake
and accomplish work which has hitherto
been neglected. Thlrty-tjne municipalities
belong to this league and we are sending
the officials of each city, free of charge,
copies of our official Journal, 'City
llall-Mldland Municipalities,' a Journal
Highest Grade Seamless Wilton Rugs
They are all perfect rugs, 9x12 sizes, and are made of the best grade of "Wilton
that is made. Many are the famous Koubaix two-toned s. A Q
rugs that you have seen extensively advertised in maca-f S tl M n O
zines. Others are copies of beautiful orientals.
Actually Worth $55.00 and $60.03, at
Rugs at . . . -
Here are very desirable
in various sizes, from
retail stock. They are
ALL THK FURS
worth un to $15, at
-1 worth up to $7.50,
, at $1.50 to $2.08
full of timely discussion of problems, en
countered by those who have shouldered
the rest ohslblllty ' of city government.
The officers of . the league Robert P.
Starr, city, attorney of Loup City, presi
dent; C? J. Mile, mayor of Hastings,
vice-president; ". Roscoe C. Oxman, city
clerk 'of Lincoln, secretary, and treasurer,
and Louis Berk a of Omaha, Ed Lelim
kuhl of "Wahoo' and John-W. 'Mdrfcan ot
Chadron, trustees are all live men and
working earnestly and industriously for
the common good of Nebraska' cities."
1 Any municipality In Nebraska Is elig
ible to", a ' membership In the league.
When a municipality joins, the city offi
cials are usually mude delegates to the
annual .-convention.' being selected by the
city council. Cities ot the second clans,
towns ami, villages, are entitled to send
tny persou they may select, or several
such persona. . .
A membership fee of Is charged
and the annual dues for- - each
municipality are as follows: Population
less thun; 1.000, J3; 1.000 to G.000, 110; 6.000
to 10,XA .15r 10,000 to 20,000. 120; 20,000 to
40.000, J(; 40.000 to 75,000, $40; over 75,000,
ICO. - '
Gerit Fort Back .
from Denver Trip
Passenger Traffic Manager-Fort of the
Union Pacific Is back from Denver, where
he went to talk over w(th the Denver
Commercial club and the business men
plans for securing the two national con
vent Ions to be held during the summer
of 1912, v .
hlle In Denver Friday Mr. Fort
pledged J SO on behalf ot the Union Pa
cific to aid In paying eNcnees in the
event the republicans and democrats de
cide to hold their conventions there next
vear. According to Mr. Fort the Denver
Commercial club, the business men and
all of tht civic organisation ot the city
have united in their efforts to secure the
big meetings. They contend that the
I Cost So Make TleiM
Room Size Axminster Rugs
These high grade Axminsters are up to 9x12 in
size, and it is certainly a splendid line of new
patterns and colors that are fft AO
for Monday, yd.,
at. .98o and S1.S3
36 and 0-ln. Fig
worth up to So
yd., 35o and S9o
Full size lace curtains, one, two and
?z.uj) a pair, at, pach
Lace Curtains, la filet net, bungalow
nam, worm up to f 4.00 a pair, at,
Lace Curtains, newest patterns, at,
pair . .$4.08, $5.08 and 7.50
Rope Portieres of Velour cord
with wide tapestry bands, at,
each . .$3.08, $4.50 and 4.08
IN CHINA DEPT.
German casseroles with heavy
nickel plated copper frames and
a Guernsey casserole lining.
Specials for Monday:
7- Inch Casseroles at 9S .
8- inch Casseroles at $1.25
Balance of line at 20 discount.
Cut Glass Sugar and Cream
er Sets, large size, rielij
brilliant cuttings :.$1.95
Demonstration and sale of the
Utensils will continue this week.
JAPANESE WATER COLOR PAINTINGS
M. Kosia, a celebrated Japanese Artist, will be here all
week. He paints exquisite pictures with' marvelous speed
and skill. His work is done on parchment silk, eatin,
canvas or any material. He executes pictures or hand
decorating to order. Finished pictures at half price this
' I Brandeis Stores
Denver auditorium is sufficiently large to
accommodate either of the conventions
and that It It Is not, an annex will be
Omaha Indian is
Pardoned by Taft
Simeon Ilallowell, the Omaha Indian
who was convicted In the United States
district court in 1906 tor Introducing liquor
on Indian allotments, and was fined 1100
and sentenced to sixty days In the Doug
las county jail, was pardoned by Presi
dent Taft, the pardon being received here
Hallowell, an Indian himself, took
liquor onto - his own allotment on the
Omaha reservation and when arrested
contended that under the famous decision
In the case In ro Neff, his act was
A Poor Weak Woman
As she is termed, will endure bravely aad patiently
agonies which strong mis weald live way under.
The fact is women are more patient than they ought
to be under such troubles. . .
Every woman ought to know that the may obtaia
the most experienced medical advice frit chart
nd in abstlut anfidtac and privacy by writing to
the World's Dispensary Medical Association, K. V.
Pieroe, M. D., fresider.t, Buffalo, N. Y. Dr. fierce
has been chief consulting pbytioioa of the Invalids'
Hotel and Surgical Institute, of liuffalo, N. V., fur
maay years and has had s wider practical experience
in the treatment of women's diseases thaa any other physicisa in this country.
His medicines ars world-famous for their astonishing ettcecy.
The most ' perfect remedy aver devised for weak and dell
cat women is Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription.
IT MAKES WEAK WOMEN STRONG.
n SICK WOMEN WELL.
Tho maay and varied symptoms of woman's peculiar ailments ars fully set
forth in Plata English ia tbe People's Medical Adviser (1008 pages), a newly
revised and up-to-date Edition, cloth-bound, will be sent on receipt t 31 ooaw
cent ianps to psy cost ot wrapping and mailing mlj. Adanos as above.
Curtain Rods, In
worth up to 3Ro
at, each, loo, 19o
BunRalow Nets, 45
ami 48 ln. wide,
worth up to 59c
a yard, at. . . .390
in Drapery Dept.
three pairs of a kind, worth up to
net, cable net and fine Notting-
Cretonne, taffeta, ivory cloth and
art ticking, at yd 10c, 20c
Silkollne, bc3t grade, 26 inches
wide, at yard 13 '4
Fancy Nickel plated CiiH..ng
Dishes, capacity 3 pints, fitted
with ventilated B3bestos burner
and extra hot water pan. trim
med with non-heating ebonized
handles, large size
A special discount of 25 on
our entire line of brass goods
smoker sets. Jardinieres, trays,
candle sticks, etc.
'Wear Ever" Aluminum Cooking
not a violation of the statute. He was
tried in the district court in 1MK and was
convicted, but he made a test case of It
and through his attorneys carried the
case to the circuit court qf appeals and
thence to the supreme court on a writ
of certiorari. The supreme court, how
ever, held that the Indian's act was a
violation of the statutes and tho United
States marshal was about to arrest Ilal
lowell when the pardon which was recom
mended by United States Attorney
Howell and Judge Munger arrived.
Great Western Trala Derailed.
MASON CITY. Is.. Nov. 4.-An engine
on passenger train No. 16 on the Great
Western left the track near Meservey,
la., last night tearing up the track for a
quarter of a mile and wrecking the en
gine and baggage car. No one was seri
ously hurt,- though the passengers were
badly shaken up.
I- - M.
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