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THE. BEE: OMAHA. SATURDAY, .1UXE 5. lf)9.
4 i LJ. IL , . , -- " 1 .,ZZ7IA77I lU,,mt,llU ,HSWn,M Ym 1 ' 1 1 ' wi'jji" IsurwPS!!.. lh jl m.umm,lmmm ' . f xTx i ----- iiimim j n -ji Jiiiraaa 2k , -j. ?2 Men's Pants Good serviceable and up-to-date troui era for outing and eTry- day wear, worth up to $4. at a ,saw .. SS ja, ' i-i r J? J 'MILaME EiW j Boys' Wash Suits Two big lota of up-to-date and practical little wash aulU, all new styles, at 49c 69c ANOTHER TRIUMPH FOR BRANDEIS CASH! YVe bought an Eastern Manufacturer's Surplus Stock rra N At a Price That Represented Just a Fraction of lis Value Think of su:h a chance as this. You can buy a suit that is in every way the equal of the btst ready f-wear suits made, fr half the actual value Saturday. ALL. THE VERY NEWEST STYLES FOR SUMMER A CHOICE LOT OF Good, practical suits dressy as they can be. They 11 hold their shape and last you elear through the summer. ' THIS INCLUDES tho FINEST BLUE SERGE SUITS Tw0 and three-phce suits, all of them hand tailored. The little at. ,7 furtittAa thswt i n l ifia nai s7 r i h 1 rf n -ra 'morxt I i fhia mind,!,. MFN S SUITS ! 4paiel for men. WOULD COST YOU S20 and $25 Your Choice From the Cah Purchase FIXK BIAK SKIMJF.S, CASSIMKKKH, WOKSTEDS, THE KKW CHEVIOTS Many are hand tailored, the kind of suits that fit like tailor made and hold their shapes as long as you wear them. 1 Worth Up To $15.00 I I m m j q AND SATURDAY WILL BE BOYS' DAY AT BRANDOS at U I Special Inducements in These Boys' Suits $J98 in COYS' WASH SUITS The most serviceable, comfort able and neat little suit a mother can buy. They are in all ages, all new and attractive Knickerbocker styles,: a great variety, at 98c to $4.50 These suits are in ages G to 15 and are positively the best bargains ever offered in boys' clothes. They arc single or double breasted-many of. the famous 4 4 Banner" brand all up-to-date s tyles, at BOYS' COMBINATION SUITS They last as long as two suits because two pair of knickerbockers go with $Z50 every coat. A' great special, at 2L BLUE SERGE COMBINATION SUITS All wool blue serges are the best for every purpose. Two pairs knickerbocker $f 75 pants and one coat, in this offer, at. . .' mm Vtf I m f wife kmk k jm: kM AjH f Ml " 1 I . 1 T . I-" . i I Love RIy Wife But Oh, You Kid This clever song has attained phenomenal popularity. It's a hit on the dot. Omaha's popular tenor will dem onstrate It all day. Come In and hear 1 0 It Selling at I JC Lovellght Always new, the sur passing success by writer of Pork and Beans, now 1 CI selling at lC Jungle Moon Is that different song that you hear everywhere. Sung dally In our Music Department, at . . . . 19c Scores of Ripe Successes USTBTTlCBJrTAZF Marigolds. I step; All the Candy. Z tep; raprlka, rg; Possum Rag-, Memories of Love, revrrleL Sunset, I step; Morning Cy, barn dance? Laughing Moon, 8 step; Pudnln Tame, ? step; Solita, Mexican Dance; Fans and' Glances, novelette; Misty Moonbeams, reverla; To My Lady Love, waits. TOCAIr Lady With the Red Cross. If I Only Had a Sweetheart, Carmellta, Bye-Bye. Broadway, Clock of Life, Jun gle Town, Baby Talk, Now I Lovs Tou, While Life and Love Shall Last, Little School House, Angel Child, While They're Bringing the Corn, Walt for the Bummer Time, Girl Worth While, Ceylon Moon. Brandeis Sells the Best Shoes in Omaha We show the creations that are strictly new and the varieties that women of good taste demand. A new thing just now is the Salome Pump a low shoe with ribbon ankle tie in bronze, patent colt and lack buckskin. The new French Cravenette Oxfords black, blue, grey, green and white an ideal summer shoe. C si CA irv. r tt i i r ttr t S3 Jf 1UO UiOMlCBl VttlUC 1U J 1110,110, W VIUK11 3 Up iO- ' f Data Low Sh'oes. worth M.Kfl. nt. Mode patent colt tan Russia brown vici and black vici kid. IVIeri's Shoes at 82.50 a Pair The best stock of men's low shoes in Omaha black velours C )50 and box calf vici patent colt wine colored calf, etc. all Jr welt sewed and worth $4.00, at. . . .' We sell men's shoes that combine comfort, durability and correct style made specially for us 3 $3.50 and Great Special Bargains in Shoes in Basement BRANDEIS STORES A BIG SPECIAL SALE Genuine Ecuadorian PANAMA MATS I H. ,.,3r - - - H fsggsgsjsBgsas20sgpQBjaaa I I 1 I I oaoraoi o D o D o D o D o n o D o 0 o D o D o D o D o D o a o D o D o D o D o D o D o a o D o D o 0 . umimt g , , st i m mi mm toa-- 111 II li II ill 1 Ml II II I, H WumJ U I ? 'J l!U II U h I II II lm E3 e a w w s i raait , m w -ssnr-ap m -w m . I. k i s ill vj rj caoaotu a There are 1,200 of these hats that we bought from a New York commission house. Every one in a genuine Panama the coolest, smartest and best of all straw hats all the very newest outing and dress shapes are rep resented. Special Hundreds of Fine Pan ama Hats; actu ally worth up to $3.50 in one lot, at Hundreds of the Highest Grade $ 7)98 Panama. Hats: nositivelv worth Jr im tA14IVI in tnrt 1t at u4 "The Biggest Showing of Men's Straw Hats Hats of style and quality in yacht, milan, sennett and soft shapes, at 98c, $1.50, $2.0Q'and $2.50 Brandeis Imported Straw Hata, at $3.00 John B. Stetson Straw Hats, at $4.00 9SC $50 and Sbononoaonoaonononoaonoaoaoaoaoaonoao oaoaoQoaonononoaonoavi oaonosoaoaoaoao A Special a ale ot Men's Negligee D o D o D o D o D o D o D o a o D o D o p o D o D o a o D o oaoaonoaoaoDoaoi Summer Shirts Surplus stock from a New York Shirt manufacturer, including all their samples. These shirts are in all the correct Btyles. Every new pattern for summer. Actually worth up to $2.00 at 1 Negligee Shirts, 75c Men's at Men's 60c Negligee Shirts, (basement), at 50c 25c MEN'S MERCERIZED SILK UNDERWEAR Shirts and drawers in plain and fancy colon they are worth S 1.2.5 a garmentla three P- . , , 59C-5 0 C-39c Men's Porosknlt Suits, worth at Union Men's "O l Suits, Munsing Union I Men's 60c Summer $1 to $2.50 1 Underwear, at. -250 ocaonocaocxoaociOEaoaociocao CUT FLOWER SAL. EI SATURDAY Thousands of our fresh cut Carnations regularly 50c C . and 75c, at, dozen '. ..... Also a fine variety of peonies and roses at lowest prices. Cut Flower Department. Great Sale of Wall Paper and Paints Immense stock of paints at very low figures; first grade paint, guaran- teen or five years regular price fl.35 gallon, Saturday $10 A very good second grade paint for fences, barns, etc. regu lar price $1.15 gallon, QO Saturday OOC Varnishes and Stains at reduced prices. Three Specials in Wall Paper AT ABOUT ONE-HALF PRICE Odd celllnar naners with borders to match worth 6c and 8c roll, Saturday, at, per roll .... lie 1,009 : rolls of kitchen parlor and bedroom . ' rth 10c and lJtte roH. Sat- C . j oil DC icautlful gilt paper In ' 'era ask 15c a roll. Saturday, at, 7 1 roll C Saturday is Our Extraordinary Sale of WOMEN'S SHIRT WAIST SUITS AND SUMMER DRESSES; on sale at $1.50, $1.98, $2.50 and $2.98 STUBBS H LEMON BUSINESS HuTiman'i Traffic Director Prepares to Slip Omaha Something;. CUT OUT RIVES AS BASING POINT This is His Schema and Its Effect W! Be tm Deprive Missouri Vallcr Titles of Trad la I'tah. While Mr. Harrlsnan Is In Rurops, and ther "friends" of Omaha are supposed to e down at Cut-Off lake on their vaca tions, J. C. Stuhbs, traffic manager of the Harrlman lines, ts preparing to slip Omaha a piece of citrus fruit, commonly known as "lemonora." But the traftlo bureau of the Omaha Commercial club has already seen tho sour fruit It is Identified, as a move, that will eliminate the Missouri river us a basing point, minimise the effect of the Spokane esse on the Union Pacific, and put Omaha, St. Joseph, Atchison, Isvenerorth and Kansas City out of business In Utah and points in the west where Omaha CTpe ctally, has' built up a largs trade. According to the traffic bureau, the Har rtman lines are golns to great lengths to minimise the effect upon their Interests of the now famous ttpokane decision of the Interstate Commerce commU.lon. Mr. 8tubbs has prepared a rate schedule from the Atlantic seaboard and from Chi cago and t. Liuls to Viui pointB. which meets, from those points, the reductlonx forced by the Spokane decUlon, but Which leaves the rates from the Missouri river Just where they are. In other words, all the reductions are made for the benefit of Chicago and the Atlantic seaboard,- while the Missouri river Is abandoned as a basing point. That's the Makla's. That's the makln's for Omaha's lemon ade. Generally speaking, the rates under this plsn on the Important commodities are 120 per cent of the Missouri river-Utah rates. On Iron articles, such as nails and wire for Instance, where the Chicago rate was formerly 27 cents above the Missouri river rate. It Is now to be 16 cents above. The same proportion holds good on other im portant commodities. The traffic bureau of the Omaha Com mercial club holds that the reduction of the Utah basts from Chicago inevitably will lower the Colorado basis and the re sult will be that the whole territory west of the Missouri river, except that of Kan sas and Nebraska, will be handed over to Chicago and fit. Louis. If the Stubbs figures are published, car rying the concurrence of the Chicago-Missouri river lines, all the rates from Chi cago and St LOuls to the Missouri, will be at onoe attacked before the commis sion. They are very high rates and the Interstate Commerce commission has al ready, informally, cast doubts on their legality on account of their excessive char acter. Other Rates Excessive. The commission has also pointed out, in the Klndel case, that the rates from the Missouri river to Colorado points are ex cessive and these will be attacked as well as the rates to- Wyoming, Utah, Idaho and Montana points, since there Is a fixed re lation between the rates from Chicago and the Missouri, river rates to all that ter ritory. If the railroads reduce the Chicago rate3, It Is, believed, the commission un doubtedly will reduce the Missouri river rates. ' If the basis presented to the other lines by Mr. Ptubbs Is accepted by them, It will be a remarkable triumph for one man. as it is well known that every traffic official present at the now famous meeting in Mr. Stubbs' office opposed the basis bitterly, not only as being unsound in Itself, and a departure from the principle those same railroad men were supporting In the Mis souri river case and the Klndel caqe, but a wholly unnecessary sacrifice of revenue. This last does not interest Mr. Stubbs and his expert mathematicians, since they have figured out a basis for divisions of the re duced rates that will unload the bulk of all the shrinkages on the lines east of the Mivsourl river and preserve the revenues of the Harrlman lines. Judge Scars Gravely 111 in Hospital Member of District Bench in Danger ous Condition from Lung Trouble of Recent Origin. NUELSEN STAYS IN AMERICA Methodist Bishop of Nebraska Will -Not Go to Germany This Fall as Expected. Rev. John L. Nuelsen, I). D.. Methodist Episcopal bishop forNebraska, will not go to Uermsny for work this fall, as was re ported some time ago, but he will put in the entire year in America, and most of the time In this part of the country. The bishop returned Thursday from a lengthy trip through the east, but left again Friday for Missouri to deliver sev eral comencement addresses. From there be will go to Minnesota and the Dakoias to be present at a number of college and academy graduation. While away the last time liishop Nuelsen attended the confer ence of bishops ii Wet Virginia. Say it Over and Over Again Headaches. Headaches. Headaches. Biliousness. Biliousness. Biliousness. Ccn&tlp4tioii. Constipation. Constipation. Ayer 1 1111. Ayer'i Fill. Ayer's Pills. If your doctor says this is all right, remember It! Headaches. Biliousness. Constipation. Ayer's Fills. O. ArerOe., Building Permits. SE P. Branch. Tenth and Worthington iitvuM brick double dwelling. $4 000; C. 8. I ShrpHrd. Tnty-fourth and Lothrop ! Mi eels, brick double dwelling. H: Jacob , Huter. 17J 1-SKe street, name awemng, J. A. Shoemaker. South Thlrty- ' third street, frame dwelling. I2.WI; John I Warren. Tenth htieet and Forest avenue. frame dwelling. Payne. Hostwick tc it'ii.. lill lin avenue, frame dwelling. SJ.OtiO. t'ayne, Bcmiviii'k : Co., 117 Ulin avenue, frame duelling; p,iui; . I-. tvmwc, io Olln avenue, frame dwelling. i,0u; P. C. H.xanBon. Forty-fourth and franklin stievla, frame dwelling. H,7ui. Judge Willis O. Sears of district court Is In the Methodist hospital dangerously ill from lung trouble. It is believed to be a complication following an attack of pneu monia. The pneumonia itself was not so sever as usual. Judge gears has been absent from his court for a week, but In the first place hi. absence was caused by the illness of a juror and ao his ataytng away was not remarked. The fact that he Is danger ously 111 will be a surprise to nearly all his friends and acquaintances. He wa removed from the Merchants hqtel, where he lives when In Omaha, to the hospital Thursday', evening. Dr. Lea Van Camp, the attending physi cian said Friday that he feared that Judge Bears "might never leave the hospital." Chinese Skull Rapped by Thugs Charles 0. Tong Hay Die at Remit of Violent Assault by Three Hen at Nighc. Charles Q. Tong, a gentleman from China who conducts a little store at Thirteenth and Davenport streets, was cracked on the head hard and numerously Thursday night and may die. He was assaulted at his plsce of busi ness by three men. Three men, colored. T. Kennedy, 12J Cass street; W. Allen, K!0 North Twenty fourth street, aud W. Gunim, Crown Xiau, were arrested about 2:30 Friday morning under the apprehension that possibly they had something to do with the -assault The three men first arrested are dog catchers by profession. Later in the day, when Tong'a condition became even more critical and nothing waa sr.cured by the police positively to connect Kennedy, Allen and Gumm with the as sault, detectives arrested two more negroea. George Harris, 1126 North Seventeenth street, and William Galbralth, 1124 Capitol avenue. Harris Is believed to have been one of the Chinaman's assailants and Is charged with assault and robbery, while the others are held only aa auspicious characters. 1143 111 It Is thought, however, that nothing was stolen from Tong'a person or place of busi ness and residence, robbery having been only attempted, if thought of at all. What Need of Bryan With Jim? If Mayor Can Be There it Won't Hatter About the Peerless Leader. '"Oh, If Mayor Jim could be there I don't know as we would postpone a democratic gathering Just because Mr. Bryan could not attend. ven though he did suggest that another date be selected so he could attend." These are the words of Thomas J. Flynn, chief oracle of the democratic party in Omaha, when asked what he thought about the refusal, of Kearney democrats to post pone a meeting when Mr. Bryan, who was luvlted end could not attend on account of a previous engagement, asked that another date be set so he could attend. The big buss did not seem to think it strange that the Kearney faithful should refuse to post pone tr-ilr meeting because Mr. Bryan asked It , A llornluii shame In nut to have Hucklen's Arnica halve to cure burns, sores, piles, cuts, wounds and ulccis. 2oc. For bale Ly Beaton Drug Co. N. J OMAHA'S PURE J OMAHA'S PURE FOOD CENTER. For Your Sunday Dinner We Offer: fresh Egg Plant. "Fresh Cauliflower. Fresh Home Grown Peas, Fresh Horn Orewn White German Asparagus, Fresh Bummer Jquaeh, Fancy Wax and Hiring Beans, ftonialne. Chicory, Fresh Tomatoes, per lb Fresh Cucumbers, each. Spinach, per peck Freeh Peas, per quart Celery, per stalk Texas Cantaloupe, each.. 1 So and Fresh Mushrooms, per lb. Freeh Peaches, etc.. etc. -10c ........6c 5c 10c Hc 20c $1.00 GROCERY SPECIALS SATURDAY Corn Flakes, I pkga S5a Whit Commeal, per Sack... ISo SH-lb. cans Apricots, per can ISo Bulk Seeded Kalslns, per lb lOo Evaporated Peaches, per lb So S-lb. cans Boston Baked Beans... lOo Soda Crackers, per lb 6o Swedish Milk Wafers, can 36o S-lb. cans Bweet Potatoes, can.. 1 He 14-lb. Una Imported Sardines llo 1-lb. frames Hnmv n . . ml. S-lb. sacks Lotus Flour, sack.. $1 75 Quart jars Manaanllla Olives, jar. S6c Lwge j-nu ricaies, per dog. . . . Imported German Cucumbers, per dozen Cottage Cheese, per lb Nebraska made Cheese, per lb. Bait Rising Bread, per loaf.... Radishes, per dos bunches Fresh Gooseberries, quart box. .10c ripe, . 1 Oc .160 .lOo ,..7o .l&c MEAT SPECIALS 1,600 lbs. Boneloaa Rib Roast, per lb 10o 1.000 Boneless Chuck Roast, lb..Ho 1,604 lbs. fresh dressed Young Hens, per lb 16He 1,000 lbs. Milk Fed Veal Breasts, per' lb. 7e 1.000 Plate Boiling Meat, per lb..tttc Rath's Black Hawk Picnic Hams, par lb tfVic 1.800 lba. Rlblesa Rump Roaat, per lb lite 500 lbs. fresh dressed Toung Roost ers, per lb it Ho 1,800 lbs. Milk Fed Veal Shoulder Roaat. per lb 10Hc Rath's Black Hawk Hams. lb... 13 He Armour's regular Hams (Shield brand) per lb lOo Vroat S to 10 r. M. Country Sausage, per lb 4Vo Also a fine line of Spring Lamb, Spring Ctyckena. Spring Ducks, Guinea is, tc CANDY DEPARTMENT Ladi.U"tqru'.VClnc.ynrr.T"' 'h'Pm"nt of '"" Taffies." mad. In A trial of these delicious Csndtes always makes a customer In packages, from 10c up o a o a o D o a D o D o a o D o a o D o D o D o a o D o D o a o M o D o D o a o a o o D o D o a o D o D o a o D o a o D o a o D o D o D o n o D o