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TirE BEE: OMAHA, SATUKDAY, MAY 20. 19W.
Men's White nd Fa.ncy Vests Thy are) very popular for Bum mer. Select one of these white piques or flannels in the new est style worth JJ.tOQfi. and $3.00. at .JOG nn n r ni SK-ZZ i ; MI , ' ; ; " ' n-i " 0 MM- 1 3J Men's Odd Trousers For correct summer and out ing wear pure worsteds French flannels, white and fancy striped serges, worth up to $7.60, at $3 98 and $5.09 "Buy the Suit That is Right for Every Purpose and Every Season" BLUE SERGES ARE HE UNIVERSAL FAVORITES AMONG THE 1) R.ESSED MEN T I SALE OF BLUES i I i v t I ji a n I f - .r -V, - H i J ! fe twtxifvtfc J Z X' ' i 2 ' ;. V , .... - ft I f t "f .5-J-'AJJ:?--- ' X t't. - ?i f-t f I vtJtM EE(GE SUETS! Shirt Sade Men's Negligee and Outing O Blue serge suits are not special sale suitB. You can't find good blue serge at special prices I rhere else but Brandeis. This was on a cash deal made by Brandeis before serges were so There may not be another chance in years to buy serge suits at such scarce as they are now a bargain. I Men's Blue Serge Suits at $10, $15 amd $20 j That are Worth $15. $20 and $25. ' These are certainly better than the ordinary blue serge suits that cost you higher prices every- I where else. All strictly hand tailored by the most skillful workmen. Ten distinct models here, ! including the snappiest and most faddish suits for young fellows and more refined and con- I servative styles for elderly men. Remember that you save $5.00 on every suit, at 10 $15-$ 20 Men's $20 and $22 Raincoats at $15 $15 i The genuine Priestley Cravenetted Raincoats, bought at a special price plain greys or fancy cheviots. Made with plain or new military collars. They are great bargains Saturday at f ! BOYS' BASE BALL and BAT or, j i CATCHER'S MITT FREE With Every , ! Boys' Wool Suit. This Sale Saves Yu From $1.50 to $2.00 on Your Doys' Suits $3.50 and $4 Knickerbocker Suits $1.98 These suits are in ages 6 to 15 years and such great bargains were never before of fered in Omaha. Finest boys' suits in summer weights single and double breast ed styles sewing ahd linings are best grade. Many of the famous T! QO "Banner Brand" Suits for boys are included. Only new and P O up-to-date styles in this great group worth $3.50 and $4.00, H at Boys Combination Suits (2 Knickerbocker Parity Lasts as long as two suits made of excellent materials, well tailored and $r r a the most practical and sensible suit for a lively boy, at J'JV Boys All Wool Blue Serge Combination Suits This is a boys' 6uit that meets every purpose. It is an all wool blue serge $4 H r suit that is fine for dress or every-day wear the price is nf ' oaoaoaonoi o a o a o D o D o a o D o D o D o D o a o D o n o D o D o 0 o D o a o D o D o D o D o D o D r O D o D o D o a o D o a o D o D o J UJ m inniP"! 11 i iL-y t "oe 98c Shirts, worth up to $3.00 flood pongee, mohair, silk and sois ette shirts, in all sizes collars at tached regularly sold at $2.50 and $.3.00, at Men's pleated and plain bosom shirts neckband style Q5ir worth up to $2.00, at ZCjC Men's $1.00 and $1.25 Shirts Neg ligee and outing,, at, each Men's 50c and 75c Summer Shirts Basement, at . . . Men's 50c Silk Neckwear, at 50c 25c 25c Men's Light Woight Underwear Men's Sample Underwear Shirts and or7.rer.rtn. .7. .,0. !:'.':. . 30c and 50c Men's $1.00 Porosknit Union Suits, at, each .' 69C Men's 50c and 75c Summer Underwear Basement, at 25c Men's Munsing Union Suits In all sizes at $1.00 to $2.50 STRAW HATS u r .$4.00 FOR MEN The new stiff or soft brim Straw Hats, great values at, each 08c and $1.50 Newest and smartest styles, in milan, sennett and split braid straw hats on sale, at $2.00 and $2.50 H Sfranr TTnfo of fino trraAo harA fin?Ri- I John B. Stetson Straw Hats, at v. O"- a.nntn Panama Hata. g ed, splendid values, at $3.00 at .$3.50 $5.00 and $7.00 o Men's, Boys' and Children's Caps, manufacturers' samples white duck, linen D and cloth, worth up to 75o, at 25c H ii- I Men's Low Shoes o Brandeis shoes for men are the kind that hold their shape. They last longer and look better than the shoes you usu jj ally buy. The shoes you usually buy for $4.50 are priced P at Brandeis' for $3.50 0E30C30I30E30E3C D o D c D o D o D o D o D o D o D o D o D o D o D o D o D o D o D o D o D o D o D o D o 0 o v D o D o D o D o D o D o D o D o D o D o D o n up I Love WiU t km Mf wlc Wi 9k jm kid ok 70a kid eh you kid YouV ot so 1saa RIVv IEif a I alt mj U4 Am I'm 44 w aa to. (www) I opuM icm yu la th. . niainbi WUWkim. Ifllt llfl IP1.I. - J 41 j(.l it M V, I .V nt original and most instantaneous hit ever pub- 0U HlQ llshed. It's by the clever writers of "Baby Doll." Come to our Music Dept Saturday and hear Omaha's popular tenor sins' It. 600 copies on sale, at 10 "Lovellgbt" It's popularity never ceases. Instrumental or vocal 19 "Jungle Moon" The big Zulu love song. Big sale Saturday 19 SCOKES Or OTKZB VOW OITZS. Pork and Beans, Patrlka Rag, lone my Own, Ceylon Moon, Somone, Lady with the Red Cross, Carmellta, Bye, Bye, Broadway, Pndnln Tame Laugh- ing Moon, Little Red School House, Baby Talk, at See our complete list of 10c music. All late hits. 19c J o onona Drug Specials Saturday 26c Dr. Lyons Tooth Powder.. 14c 25c Sanltol Tooth Powder 12c 25c Sanltol Face Cream 12c 26c Colgate's Talcum 15c 75c Pompelan Massage 50c Pond's Vanishing Cream 23c 35c Daggert & Barnsdale's Cream. 27c 60c Malvlna Cream 80c 60c Ingram's Milkweed Cream.. 30c 60c Kosmeo Cream 30c 60c Hind's Honey and Almond.. 20c 60c Locust Blossoms, perfume, or. 29c 60o Crabapple, per oz 29c Hudnut's Violet Sec. Toilet Water. 6c Water oc 60c Flower Girl Toilet Water. .80c 60c Java Rice Powder, special.. 26c 26c La Zell's Rice Powder 18c 76c Japanese Honeysuckle, oz...60c FREE Full size cake of Palm Oil Evening Post and present to uu and we 6 Cakes Ivory Soap tOc 26c Woodbury's Soap ic 3 Cakes Palm Olive 24c 3 Cakes Jap Rose 28c 10c 8hinola, special rc 25c Camphor Flake iac 1 pint Thermos Bottle. $.1.00 RUBBElt GOODS 75c Fountain Syringe 80c $2.25 Combination Syringe. .. .91.80 $1.50 Fountain Syringe 80c ClOAHS 5c Owl, 3 for iOc Rc Capadura, 3 for... ioc 6c Hoffmenette, 3 for ioc 15c Oato Marcontes ioc 50 El Capitan General $1.65 Owls, per box of 60 $1.05 Ive Soap. Cut coupon out of Saturday will give you free a full size 10c cake. HAIR i2i BEAUTY PARLORS s'l Merry Widow Puffs 1 In set, $1.60 value JOG ! cond Floor SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY Cluster Puffs $159 I C1,18ter Puffs- I fz.oo value , $4 value ... Beautiful natural wavy switch 28-lnch long, 3 o. $12 value for Extra long natural wavy switch $8.00 value, for Natural curly, fine hair Trans- i 24-inch gray switch, fine hair lormaiion 91s vaiue tTB $8.00 value, tor I for Our McCarthy's Quinine Hair Tonic, McCarthy's Creams, Powders, Rouges and other preparations are specially good. Give the desired effects and are very reasonably priced. $250 ..$9 ..$5 ialr $6 COUNCIL MAY BALL MAYOR Sheldon and Funkhouser Knock His Art Gallery Proposition. SAY CITY NEEDS FIRE HOUSES Daklni Withdraws Couaplrary (ha re Auatu.t FinLktimrr, bat lh t.attrr Is Still Kura Just the flame. Tiuubls may be encountered In securing tha consent of the council to xuhrnlt to the people the proposition of voting- bonds In the sum ot $75,100 to built an an nailery, as Council men Phddon and r'upkhouner ay they will do what they can tj defeat It. Mayor Dahlman recommended the art frailer? move in hl annual message to the council, saying In hi mi-usage that he hal aaaurancea that the valuable Uninger col lection could he secured If the city oulJ erect a fireproof building for Its reception. "We need fire enxine hougen more than we need art galleries." say these demo cratic councllmtn, "and It would never do to submit both propositions at ence. They would kill each other." Other recommendations of the mayor are given no more consideration by men of his own party In the council. The mayor wants seats put In the park a,t Fort Omaha, but some of these democrats say there are enough parks la Omaha and there Is no need of spending money fixing up the gov ernment's property at the fort. Then, on the matter of the "public comfort station" they say there Is no place where such a station could be located unless the liran deia' subway was confiscated, and this, they say, could not be done. Mayor Dahlman has decided that he made a mistake In classing Councilman Funk houser with Councilman Brucker, Johnson and Sheldon. He has come to the conclu sion that Funkhouser was not in the com bine to elect a republican president ot the council and he had withdrawn the sting of "tralior" thrust In the side of the mem ber from the Kleventh ward. However, Funkhouner feels worse now than he did before, if anything. "Why d'dn't the mayor find out where I stood before he branded me as a traitor," asks that abused councilman. "I knew nothing of the deal and the mayor had no liKht to class me as a traitor to the party until he found out where 1 stood." The aches and Ills ot coffee slugged nerves, head and stomach ' disappear when one changes to wil-bolled POSTUM The liquid food beverage that tnakes the rich, red blood of good health. "TbrVi a. Heisen" MONEY FOR NEW CATHEDRAL TO BE MEETING'S THEME St. Cecilia's Unildlnu Board and Par iah t'oaumltteea Will Have loa. fereuee This Gvealag. Members of the St. Cecilia's building board and the committees from the various parishes of Omaha and South Omaha will meet In the Knights of Columbus hall this evenlnj to make final plans for the raising of I100.0OU to complete St. Cecilia's cathedral the church home of the Catholic diocese of Omaha. The beard consists of F. A. Nash, F. J. Burkley, T. J. Mahoney. C. J. Smyth and T. O. Byrne. The canvass begins Tuesday and closes June 16, the committees believing they ran secure the llOU.Ou) In just fifteen days. The following are the parish committee which will do the work: St. Peter's P. C. Heafey, chairman; T. F. Maloney, William Ooad, Hugh McCaf frey, William bushmaii. P. T. McOrath. St. Philomena's Thomas J. Fitzmorrls. chairman; Thomas H. Coleman, Alliert Miller, Patrick Kennedy, Arthur J. Mc hliane. Henry Moran. St. Cecilia's O. H. Wirth, chairman; rat rick Lane, John Keyser, James P. Smith. Kdward Ueoghegan. St. John's J. W. Martin, chairman; John T. Smith, Thomas McUovern. Thomas Noonan. Kdward Simeral, Jamee Welsh. Holy Family Thomas H. liatlev. i-h.ilr- I man; Thadileus I-t-ary. James Perkins. M. j liunna. 11. l Thayer, Fled Siuht. 1 St. Patrick' John Power, chairman; J. I H Callahan. William Knchford, Michael 1 PmrU'k Kaii, 1,ao Loweiy. 1 St. Mary Magdaleua'a Frank Groeg.tr, chairman; Joseph Beckman, George Hof man, Theodore Vogel, Herman Kommers, John Baumer. St. Joseph's Dr. A. F. Burkhard, chair man; Jacob Kachtlgall, John Hoffmann, Fred Sohef, Anton Uross, Peter Bugger, Frank Wlchert. Immaculate Conception Mike Kalamaja, chairman; John Belllx. Joseph Caermlnskl, Michael Czaplenskl, John Klelian. St. WenceKiaus Josepn Bauer, chairman; Anton KKermler, Stanley Hruby. Sacred Heart J. H. Conners, chairman; Edwin Kelly, James A. Brlce. Alphonse Jacobbersrer. St. Bridget's. South Omaha John Flynn, chairman; John K. O'Hern, William J. Itrennan. St. Agnes', South Omaha John Me Keown, chairman; James Parks, Con Sheehan. John Keegan, 8. Ij. Winters James Grace. St. Mary's. South Omaha John J. Ryan, chairman; Peter McQoldrlek, John J. OlI lan, Charles Vols, William Schneider, Michael GoKgln. St. Anthony's, South Omaha Anthony Baxar. chairman: Ed Ackramawts, Charles Alkonls, Peter Vazgts. JACOBS' TRIAL NEXT WEEK Toons; Man Cnaraed with Killing Elba Huberts Will Face Jury at Stargla. 8TURGI3, S. D., May 28.-Speclal Tele gramsThe Meade county circuit court adjourned here this morning untill Tues day, when the case of Oscar Jacobs, charged with killing Elba Roberts In Sturgls on the night of January 18, will come up for trial. The trial will be pre sided over by Judge Jones of Sioux Fails, w ho will exchange circuits with Judge Rice of this circuit. Rice goes to Flandreau Saturday night to conduct the trial of Mrs. Kauffman, charged with the murder of her -servant girt Jacobs' trial will at tract a great crowd. GENERAL ALLEN IS PLEASED Head of Signal Corps Gratified at Omaha Balloon Work. COMES TO INSPECT THE PLANT flay Fort (inshs Will Continue to Be the Principal Signal Iaatrac ' tlon School of the I'nited States Army, Stomach Trouble. Your tongue U coated. Your breath U fouL Headaches come and go. These ymptomt ahow that four stomach la the trouble. To remove the cause is the first thins, and Chamberlain's Stomach an! Liver Tablet w21 do that Easy to take and tnoat ffc' Brlffadler General Jama Allen, chief sig nal officer of the United States army, ar rived In Omaha Friday morning and is quartered at the Paxton. "I am out here merely to take a lock over Fort Omaha," said General Allen, "and will remain possibly over Sunday. I want to see the big balloon house and hy drogen plant, which, as you know, is the f.nest and most complete in the United States, If not In the world. Colonel Glass ford and Captain Chandler have been doing some splendid work In getting the plant in shape. "Fort Omaha Is going to be one of the great forts of the country, and is now, for that matter. It Is and will continue to be the principal signal instruction school of the army. "There Is much yet to be dona, but wc have to go slow and keep within our means.. It takes money to build balloons. The two balloons, including the dirigible, are small affairs, aa you have seen, but they will answer for demonstration and experimental purposes. Both balloons will be taken to Fort Leavenworth for experi mental and Instruction purposes there. There Is not any balloon houie at Fort Leavenworth. We have a big tont more for housing the balloons. ' Other Officers Coralnar. "Other classes of officers will be sent to Fort Omaha for instructions. One of the finest field signal troops in the army Is stationed at Fort Omaha, but Is now, I believe, enroute to Fort Leavenworth for practice and instruction. There are iut four such companies at present in the serv ice, but we are hoping to organise others In time. The value of the signal service Is becoming more apparent each year. Wireless telegraphy has coma to stay and here again tha Fort Omaha equipment la one of the best In the country, and the Fort Omaha school Is turning out a fluo body of competent, bright and Intelligent signal service men." General Allen visited Fort Omaha Friday afternoon. He was given a reception there by the post officers and student class now under aeronautical Instruction. The wind waa a little too brisk to permit balloon ascensions Friday afternoon, but considerable demonstration work Was car lied on in the big balloon house. The greater number of the student class of officers will return to Fort Leaven worth Friday evening. Stay Until Keat Week. Lieutenant Lahm, Faulois, Bamberger, Winter and Dickinson will remain until early next week to assist in the dismantling of the balloons for shipment to Fort Leav enworth. Both balloons will be deflated here, and the hydrogen gas for Inflating them at Fort Leavenworth will be sent there In spe cial portable tanks, which hold about 1,000 feet each of compressed hydrogen gas. The tanks will be filled from the Fort Omaha hydrogen gas plant. William Hays Will Come Here toTalk Corn Show Assistant Secretary of Agriculture Seeking Conference with Officials of Big Exposition. Assistant Secretary of Agriculture Wil liam Hays will arrive In Omaha Saturday to attend a conference of the general offi cers and state vice presidents of the Na tional Corn association, who are to meet and discuss the classification for the next National Corn exposition premium list and the program ana the meeting of the Amer ican Plant Breeders association, which will meet in Omaha during the exposition. Mr. Hays will also have a conference with President G. W. Wattles, who has charge of the program of the exposition. Others who will attend the meeting are E. P. Funk of Bloomington, Hi., presi dent of the association; P. G. Holden and E. A. Montgomery, general vice presi dents; C. P. Bull, vice president from Min nesota: W. C. Gilbreath, vice president from North Dakota; W. II. Young, vioe president from Illinois, and John Fields, vice president from Oklahoma. W. H. Olln, the vice president of Colo rado, has wired that he Is making every effort to attend the meeting. Many of the officers of the association are engaged In special work on the trains, traveling in their respective states and It is impossible for them to attend, association from North Dakota, Is tha association from North Dakota is the newly appointed officer from that state. He will arrive Friday evening from Bis marck. He is the commissioner of agri culture of the state as well as editor of the North Dakota Magaslne, a publica tion which has been consistently boosting the National Corn exposition. Astragulus a Valuable Member Bone in Woman's Foot Costs City Say-ing-i Bank Twenty-Nine Hun dred Dollars. The broken astragulus has proved to be worth t,900, the jury returning that amount to Mrs. Mary Carlon, who sued the City Savings bank in district court. Whether it waa the X-ray pictures shown the jury, the eloquent remarks of counsel or Mra. Carton's tears during her attor ney's summing up, the jury at any rate was prompt In returning the verdict for the sum named to Judge Kennedy. The trial of the cue is Its second, a first hear ing ending In a directed verdict for defend ant and the supreme court granted a new trial. Most Food la Poison to the dyspeptic. Electric. Bitters cure dyspepsia, liver and kidney complaints and debility. Plica toe. For sale by Beaton Drug Co. RATES WILL BENEFIT OMAHA Proposed Spokane Tariffs, if Adopted, Will Cut Heavily. M'VANN HAS COPY OF THEM Thex- Contemplate Redactions of from Eleven to Flftr Tents Hon.. dred on Class Itatea from Omaha to Npokane. Manager E. J. McV'ann of the trnfflc bureau of the Commercial club has re ceived copies of the proposed "Spokane rates" which the Interstate Commerce commission is considering, at the sugges tion of the Hill and Harrlman lines. The hearing Is to be held June 9. Should then rates be considered Just by the Interstate Commerce commission It will mean a reduction of from 11 to W cents per hundred of class rates from Omaha to Spokane. The basis of the SDokana rlaa. rata. given as, "Adopt the rates from Ft. Paul ana t nicsgo as iixed by tha Interstate Commerce commission. Apply the same class rates as from St. Paul, and from fit. Louis the same as from Chicago, except where the combination on the locals makes less. From Denver apply 90 per cent of the Missouri rlver-Spiikune rates, which Is pro portionate to the distance." The reduction fmni Omaha to Spokane and also applying t St. I'aut are as fol lows: Flrst-rlass. fioiri 3 to 12.54; second class, $2 60 to $2 17. thhd-class, from 12 W) to fourth-class, II W to 11.68; fifth- class, from $150 to Jl class A, fnm 11.46 to II S3; class B, $1 2T to tl 04; class C, from fl to S3 cents; clasa I. from 90 to 7 cents; class E. from 5 to 71 cents per hundred. The commission proposes to allow all those who desire to do so to appear and protest sgslnst putting this schedule into effect on short notice. It Is desired to have the rates take effect July L AYCRS Stop railing Hair Destroy Dandruff HAIR VIGOR An Clegant Dreading Makes Malr Grow Does not Color the Hair I