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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: MAY C4. 1009.
WO MEN'S SUMMER APP A R ELL AT BRAN DEIS A Special Sale of Manufacturers' Samples ELEGANT SPRING JACKETS Thrso arc the rriost charming and ultra stylish pprinff and summer coats in the very newest materials some very plain whites others made in nobby chic effects silk, cloth of gold, voiles, etc. all at half price during this week. Our stunning $50.00 Coats for. .$25.00 Our beautiful $.35.00 Coats for. .$17.50 Our smart $30.00 Coats for $15.00 Our correct $25.00 Coats for $12.50 Our stylish $20.00 Coats for. . . .$10.00 Ma.y SaJe of Sumrr.e. Undermuslins This is by far the greatest undermuslin sale of the year. You .can buy the daintiest and best made undergarments at Brandeis' during this sale for far less than you'll pay elsewhere. I'lliiv-i jaw n iVJf . M'Ml fit MiMm m i . :t t t " ii 'm it- n m m w j il. wr .t i i b- si m NEW LINGERIE DRESSES Most popular of nil smart summer dresses, airily fashioned of white, pink and light blue mull and batiste beautiful lace and embroidered yokes, panels and insertings, Omaha's foremost showing at f 50 $19.00, $17.50, $14.85 and Stunning Lingerie Dresses for $6.38 A special offer scores of the daintiest new lingerie, dresses made to sell at $12.60 newest AO styles, a special, aty 0eO Wash Shirt Waist and Jumper Suits Pretty and daintiest of colored and white novelties great favorites for summer wear all new . , 298-398-498 Now Wash Skirts i. ill! i I ir. !.!4JU?ijkF,ne Hnpn, pique, rajah linens, duck. s'.iY; 1 y etc. All new styles, $9.98 down to. I H 1 138 4H . H on bargain n U H H H 2Sc 39ti 2 GREAT NEW LOTS ON SPECIAL SALE 5 118 INCH AND 27 INCH EMBROIDERIES! FLOUNCINGS. SKIRTINGS AND CORSET COVER. WIDTHS u Also elaborate wide Insertings and Galloons. All this season's newest de- n m signs; thousands of people have admired the immense assortment in the a windows. These are great, new, fresh lines that will go square for the first time Monday, They are act 5 ually worth as high as $1.00 per yard. '. m The Finest Novelty Waistings, Allovcr Embroideries J and Fronting sf 22 to 30 Inches Wide Fine Batistes, Nainsooks and Swisses, all in beautiful designs Q 5 worth up to $1.50 per yard, at, per yard 0C 2Uc and 25c Embroideries at 5c and 10c Yard , Medium and wide Edges, insertions 5 and headings, also corset cover widths of fine Cambric and Nainsook. Greatest value we ever offered at these prices 5 worth actually 25c C , ffl per yard, at yard. . . VC n IUC 5 New Allover Laces at 98c Yd. 5 Irish Point, Baby Irish and Irish Crochet and Filet, white, cream AO J and ecru, values up to $2.25 per yard, at per yard 0C 1 5 A New Shipment of French and German Val Laees and Insertions 5 5 Also Torchon, CI uny Curtain Laces, Plat Vals and Filet 1 . C 5 5 effects, many to match, worth up to 15c yard, at yard. . 2C an" jC g NEW WASfl SUITS Made In Butterfly, Prince Chap, Cutaway and French box effects made cf reps, linens, Indian heads, and itajah linens $25.00 down to 9.98 WHITE SERGE SUITS -y$T. . . . - . rZ."' 1 v Aiiiii.iry dox coais moainea t'rince chap. Cut- tUC away and novelty coats made with the new gored Al1f flare skirts, at .39-35-29.25 NEW LINGERIE WAISTS Made of the sheerest white materials many vnry elaborately trimmed others simple, but strictly stylish long: or short sleeves- new arrivals. ... New Tailered Linen Waists These smart waists are dlstlned to be great favor ites, this summer smartly tailored with pleats nd tucks made of fine sheer linens 2 6pecjal groups 2??-3?! w3" B GREAT SPECIAL SALE OF lack Taffetas. 75 New Pieces from Phoenix Silk Mills, Pateraon, N. J. "We bought these taffetas at practically our own price. They are the bright lustrous kind in natural finish and rust ling finish weas guaranteed woven on the selvage. Buy your supply of black taffeta at half the price. 36-in., worth $2.00, at, per 05 .... fi- 20-inch, worth 75c, &..37ic 27-in., worth $1.35, 5tr....69c L1L ORDERS FILLED. yard. $1 Silk Suitings at 37c Yard Printed Messa- 37ic Check and stripe taffetas, Lousine Faconne, Printed Messa- lines, dot and small figured Foulards, rough silks, etc. worth up to $1.00 bargain square, at per yard '. . . . M.nd.y Speciil, in DRAPERY DEPT. vith real ery new 3.50 Muslin Curtains Trimmed with lace, 3 yards long 'Would " be cheap at $2.00, -tP at, pair ....t tO Couch Covers--Extra heavy, 60-ln. wlde We will sell these from 8 o'clock until noon regular price $2.50, at, each Rope Portieres Regular $1,.B0 grade, at, each.., Mission Lare Curtains 54 inches wide, 3 yards long spe cial for Monday, pair. 1.69 98c inches 1.50 Scrim Curtains Trimmed with real - antique larfe these are very new special for Monday, pair Real Arabian Curtains Our own Importation, worth up to $12.50, to close out quickly, . CIQ at, pair O.JO Duchess, Irish Point, Brussels, Ara bian Curtains worth up to $17.50 pair, your choice, 9 Bobbinet 18 inches wide special for Monday, yard 5t n The Finest WHITE WASH FABRICS Far Grsk.du&.tiant Confirmation and Nay Party Dances 5 Direct importations finest new white goods just received White 2 Goods Section Basement. New White Goods 40-Inch wide Persian Lawn, yard 25c. 50c Dress Linens 15c Pure linen suiting in the most wanted shades, brown, tan, blue, etc., It Is not often that regular full piece linen suit ing Is offered at such a reduction. This Item is not a mis print, but the genu ine 50c colored dress linen and will be sold at, yard . . . Finest Percales Attra c 1 1 v e patterns, light, medium and dark styles, perman ent colors, novelty shirtings, staple and dress effects, 36-lnch wide, largest and best assortment ever shown, yard 10c-I2V3c 15c Extra fine Persian Lawn, 32 Inches wide, yard 50c. 46-inch wide Paris Muslin, yard 39c. French Lawn, 46 inches wide, yd. 30c. 4 8-inch Wash Chiffon, yard 50c. French Mulls, 48 inches wide, yard 50c and 75c. 4 8-lnch wide Batistes, yard 65c. GINGHAMS Never before has our gingham sec tion been more complete; French, Scotch, the famous Anderson ging hams Zephyr gingham, Imperial chambrayB, silk finished ginghams. Mercerized ginghams. Corded ging hams; fancy, plain and cross bars; fancy woven stripes and checks; high est class in style and quality; every wanted plain shade; yard, 10c - 12c - 15c - 25c 5c 25c Klmona Crepes at 5c yd. Big lot fancy printed cotton crepes, inanufact u r e d tor long and i.hort k! monas; in long mill lengths Monday, as long as 4,000 yards last, yard White Cambric Madras for the new tailored waists, fine stripe, checks and figures, 28 inches, m yS A5C Scotch Poplins Mercerized striped Scotch poplins, very new and popular in New Nork City for skirts and sultB. An express shipment has Just been received; shown at the white goods section basement, JJJQ Rf a a N Great Special Bargains For Monday Finest English and Ameri can white dress Swiss; sheer and crisp permanent finished embroidered dots, sorays small and large figures on plain and cross bar grounds, yard. . 15c Plain and fancy colored dress voiles, mercerized finish, very firm and wash able, a great new lot for Monday, 25c values, at, yard 10c Women's Lon$ Silk Gloves 98c Pair 98c 16-button length, double tipped brown, russet, navy, sky and black extra heavy silk worth up to $2.00; Monday, pair. . . . Long Double Tipped Pure Silk Gloves Heavy quality black, white and evening shades CC worth up to $1.50; Monday, pair JC Women's Low . Shoes Main Floor Old Store oxfords 195 Very Specially Priced Women's Gibson tie welt sewed fan regular $4.00 val ues, at. .' 2 To the excursionists who will visit Omaha this week we extend a cordial yelcome to our store. We will do every thing in our power to make your vrsit pleasant. , We wish you particularly to see THE WONDERFUL PAINTING THAT WAS AWARDED A MEDAL BY THE FRENCH GOVERNMENT, "BRUTALITY" by John Douglas Patrick. On Free Exhibition, Brandeis', 3rd Floor. BRANDEIS Housefurnishings Big Bargain Day Basement, Brandeis Old Store Our new entrance lead! ng from the sidewalk N. W. Cor. 16th and Douglas Sts. ij Fancy Amoskeag dress ging hams and plain chambray ginghams, the kind you are used to buying at 1 10c and 12V4c light and dark fancy printed dress batistes, endless variety of n desirable patterns, big bar- gain square piled high io Duy irom, 0T i B yard, at . , 3lac S different Hammocks 50 terns to select from; prices . from $7.50 lown to pat- 1.25 Oo-Carts and Baby Carrl. acts, Largest and most com plete BHSUrt- ment to be found in the went. Prices from $36.00 down to $1.49 Curtain Btrstohw its&XGSft with nickel plated in, blzes nn 6x12, ad- flJC justable Blsssl O r p t VfBBXaBd Swaepsra We carry a complete assortment, price rrom H.60 to 1.981 JL "V U wired, 9c 69c Croquet Bats- From $4.50 down to ... Oaaolln Btova 2 burner. $1.98 Carpat Bsatar Copper hard wood handle, iCRular loo. Saturday. Carpet Brooms Best luallty broom corn 19c rood Chopper The Renulne cIhhhIc, rut all Kinds or meais, fruits or vegetables, coarse or fine a big special at 69c Grass Kenulne "l-Uood's" special Sickles The 18c Ohasa Bnears good (uality , 21c J8i Qaa Banares Four uirrerent makes to select from, no charge for con- n e c t 1 o n from $46.00 down to. . . . 11.95 ous ...ui u e are sole uscnts for the A mcrlcan Brand." a Kood and durable paint, gallon. . 98c Dekko A sanitary and hveenlc kalso mine In several delicate colors, pkg 35c Til I. Iks Var nishes and stains with one applica tion; per can. at 25c Sprinkling- cans A 11 sizes, tin or galvan- 25c ized, up from. OalTanlssd Wash Boilers Kxtra heavy. with tin cover, A4o aire. ft. at UJC Clothes Wash Beskets, made of imported whole willow, a ftood family size; special for Katur- flu V 'mm mm Baks Ovens For ?as, KHMollne or oil QSP Blif,.. iin from . . &awn Mowsrs, In many styles, sizes ana qualities. prices from $11.60. down to 3.25 Garden Hose t'oupled ready for use, In 50 foot lenKths, per root, rrom 20c down to 8c Window Boraana Adjustable fits any ordl- dlnary window, X. 1 P. at ""v I 1 1 " 'J Bcraan Doors Large as- ortment, lowest prices. Btap X, adders 4 ft, made of N o r w a y pine, at 35c Gas Stores Two burners, sheet steel frame. f Q special, ZJQC at 15c a yard, at, yd. 36-in. Percales, light and darlf styles, 3 to 20 yd. lengths. We will sel one case of these regular 12 Vic per cales at, yard 6c I BRANDEIS pecials in Linens tugs 69c 1.49 Pure linen hemstitched table cloths 8x12 and 8x10 sizes regular $2.25 values, Monday, each , Fine crochet bed spreads, Mar seilles patterns fringed or hem med, worth $1.75, 'ye at, each !.? Best quality Red Cross Cotton Diaper cloth 27 Inches wide regular $1.00 grade, CC at, bolt DZfC Extra large Turkish Bath Rugs- all colors regular $2 size, at, each Pure Irish linen table damask full 72 Inches wlde sold up to $1.75 yard, at. QC yard JJ Napkins to match. 22-lnch heavy mercerized napkins Just the napkin for hard ser viceworth $1.75 dozen, at, dozen $1 Just received a sample importation of fine hand-made cluny lace pieces marked at just half of actual value. Hairdressing, Manicuring and Shampooing Facial nd Scalp Treatments' all done by N competent operaters Latest Ideas In hair goods. Natural Hair Switch 20 Natural 2 ounc at Natural Curly worth $3.50, at Wavy Switch 24-lnch, -worth $8.00, C J Pompadou $2 Inches long worth $2.50, J Keep your hair In curl warm and damp weather. McCarthy n Curling Fluid JG BRANDEIS PLAN'S FOR NEW MILK DEPOT Lessening of Grade and New Building at Union Station. COMMISSION MEETS OFFICIALS roafereure ef State Odlcera and Rep. resea)atlvts of the Railroads Is Held at l elos Depot ia Omaha. A lengthy conference was held Satur day, morning at Cnlon alatlon between representatives of the various railroads Tvhich enter there and II. T. Clarke and and Pr. J. H. Wtnnott, sialo l!way commissioner. In reference to the proposed changes at I'nton station. Sometime ago the commission ordered the depot company to make certain changes at the station for the better ac commodation of the creamery Interests. This business hus grown to such enormous proportions Ui-the last few years that the present quarters are entirely Inade quate to handle the business, llrfore the commission had lusuid Its orders for the enlarged Quarters the fnlon Pacific had plana drawn for a new creamery depot at the east end of the station. com mission ordered other changes, and the plans for these are now drawn and were d.scusaed Saturday morning. One tf the principal changes Is the lessening of the grade on the runway from the viaduct to the ststlon. This has quite a grade' at present, making it difficult for the creamery company to move heavy loads and also making a steep encllne for the handling of theatrical and other heavy baggage. The proposed change in this will do away with most of the grade. - The plans contemplate starting the new approach fifty feet further north than the present spot, or Just south of the John Deere Plow company building. This will not only give the advantage ' of a longer runway, but the viaduct also slopes to the north and Is several feet lower at the John Deere building that at the present approach, so that with the lower start and the longer runway the incline will not be very steep. ntmeasloas of New Balldlna;. Ths prnpneed new building for th ex clusive use of the creamery Interests will be built at the east end of the depot and the plan Is to make it li feet long by twelve feet wide. J. B.. Berry, chief engineer of the Rock Island, represented that road at the con ference. W. It Park, general superinten dent; A. It( Schermerhorn of the engineer ing department and J. B. Sheehan of the legal department represented the Union Pa cific. Frank Walters, general manager of the Northwestern, represented that road. Superintendent Jones represented the Illi nois Central and James Orr. attorney for the Missouri Pacific, represented that road and U Bust, general superintendent, rep resented the Milwaukee. The meeting adjourned at noon, to meet with the creamery men Saturday afternoon to see If the proposed changes mei. with their approval. The Burllnaton facilities for handling the creamery business at the Omaha station have also become entirety Inadequate and plans have been drawn for. a new build ing for this business exclusively. These plans have been submitted to the vice president for approval and II is thought that as socn as they are approved work will be started on the new building. COUNTY HELPS CORN SHOW Board Probably Will Make Appropria tion for National Exhibit. BIG RETURNS FOR LITTLE MONEY COUNTY REFUNDS NO MONEY Balks at Returning Flection , Fees Paid by the Independent Telephone Company. After paying tho clerks and Judges of j election In South Oinuha $0 for their sv:rvlces at Hit) b'tilul. Iiamltlva t-Uitlou, May 5. the Independent Telephone com pany now wants half Its money back. The money was paid over to the ' city under the provision ttiat the telephone company should stand all the expenses of the election and has bsen paid in turn to the election officials. When the company paid this money It forgot the county held the court house bond election the same day and was responsible for 13 of the 16 coming o the clerks and Judges. Judge Baker, attorney for the telephone company, has requested that the county withhold Its 13, but In the opinion of the county officials this can not be done and the telephone company will have to get Its money bark If at all from the Individuals who got It. Commissioners Declare Display to Be Educational la Mature and Ca pable of Prodaclna" Lsrge Returns. A The Douglas county bosrd probably will appropriate $600 to assist In a county ex hibit at the National Corn show to be held In Omaha next December. To J. C. Robin son of Waterloo. J. W. Shoemaker of Elk City and Charles Grau of Bennington, who appeared Saturduy morning with a request for the spproprlation members of the board said they fell Inclined to do whatever they could under the law to help the show along. The mombers of the ,-omnilttee declared the Corn show was educational In nature and a little money expended by the county would bring good returns later In an Im proved corn product. "Many people would be surprised." said Mr. Robinson of the Robinson Seed com pany, "at the extent of the seed corn In dustry In the western part of the county. Last fall there was a shortage of seed corn In many parts of the country and as a re sult Douglas county has buen called on to help make up this deficiency. Hundreds of carloads of seed corn. Instead of the usual dozens, have been shipped from the westerri part of the county. It Is an In dustry the county can well afford to en courage." Appropriation to Come I.ater. The money is wanted to place with a sum to be raised by the. Douglas County Agri cultural socloty and the Corn Growers' association to encourage largo exhibits of corn from this county. The board will take up the matter of an aj-propriatlon later. The county roads Jn the to-vn site of Ral ston, which conflict with U.o roads now being la'd(out by the Ralston Townsite com pany wre all vacated by nctlon of the board. The trwnslte company In return promises to reoM rift ail macadamized road It 1 necessary tc change and has given a bond to carry out the work In a proper manner. The street rallwuv company has asked the right to lay a double track on Dodge street between Forty-ninth and Fifty-first streets. The resolution Introduced by Trainor was laid over by request. FINE FOR N0JJCENSE GOES Jadse Crawford's Penalty la Sustained by Jadtre gears la the DIs ' trlet Court. Holding the ordinance requiring a license fee for vehicles used by transfer company Is valid. Judge Sears Saturday morning sustained Police Judge Crawford. I who fined i. McCauley and W. A. Gordon J Ija eacn xor railing id tajie out a license. The defendants asserted the ordinance was bad because, they said, a man cannot be fined or imprisoned for nonpayment of taxes. They held to do so would be a violation of the constitutional provision against Imprisonment for debt. The su preme court in a recent case held that a tax 1b not a debt in the sense used in the constitution and that city councils can attach fines and Imprisonment as penal ties for Its nonpayment. BURLINGTON WINS ON MOST Gets Jedgurst on Six of Seven Counts in Twenty-Elght-lionr Law Cases. The Jury in the cases against the Bur lington railroad for violation of the twenty-eight-hour law brought In a sealed ver dict In the United States district court Sat urday morning which gave Judgment on six counts for the railroad company and on one count for the government. The Jury went out at 6 o'clock Friday evening. In the matter of the cases against the Northwestern the depositions of several of the witnesses were taken and the trial of the case will go over until later In the term. In the cases thus far tried verdicts have been given In seven cases against the Bur lington and six against the government and two against the Union Psclfle. In thre or four of the counts the railroads entered a plea of guilty. Sentence will not be pronounced until after the return of Judge Munger some time during the latter part of June. The Juries were excused Saturday morn- ins: until June 1. At that time Judge T. C. Munger will preside. Judge W. II. Munger will leav. Sundsy evening for Fargo, N. D., to prefclde at the term of the district courts there for about ten daya and will go from there to St. Paul to sit in the United States circuit court of appeals for the Einhlh district. He expects to return to Omaha about Jun 25. The circuit court of appeals will con sider some thirty or more cases at St. Paul while Judge Munger Is. there. District Attorney Ooss will go to Ltlncoln Monday to assist In the trial of two or three counterfeit eases for which indict ments were recently brought in that divi sion by the federal grand Jury. MILWAUKEE MAN LOSES CASH John Bohlmnn .. Bobbed of f460 and Draft' for Sl.AOO by Colored Woman. Because he listened to the endearing talk of a colored courtezan near Four teenth and Capitol avenue Friday nUht, John Bohlman of Milwaukee, a visitor in the city. Is loser to .the extent of $46b In cash and a draft for $1,500 which were In a pocketbook In his hip pocket and which wee extracted by the colored woman whom ha met in a darkened door way. Bohlman reported his loss to the police, but wii unable to give any sit- crlptlon of the woman. A Danaerona Wouad la rendered antiseptic by Bucklen'a Arnica Salve, the healing wonder for sores, burns, piles, eczema and salt rheum. 36c. For sale by Pcaton Drug Co. ' t r 1 Y J