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THE BEE: OMAHA, RATHIDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1912.
Brandeis Store for Men
You will Select From Newer Styles You Will Choose From
Greater Assortments When You Buy From the Store That
Outfits the Best Dresied Men in Omaha.
OVERCOATS AND SUITS
Made by the Best Tailors in New York
Every Ono Measures Right Up to Brandeis High Standard of Quality and Style,
For thirty years we lmvo satisfied the men of Omnha. Our variotios are biggcr than
ever. Let us provo that wo can satisfy you.
Men's Business Suits at $12.50, $15, $17,50 and $20
You can easily find higher prices than these, but you'll not find newer styles. The tail
oring is what you would expect to find in clothcH of higher cost. Evory classy, new
stylo feature is represented in this assortment. New 2 and. 3 button models predomin
ate. Scores that you'll liko in just G 1 Q rfl (M T CM H CA QOH
tho size that will fit you perfectly pJL.OU-P JLO"pl .OlKpU
We are Official Agents
Hirsch-Wickwire & Rogers
Known to evory well Informed man as
In America, at
Boys'Overcoats and Suits
Light and dark groys, blues,
at ...... .v. . . S3. 50, 85,
Bova' Samnlo Suits. All
wopl aUittj, .tijll bo suits with
2 pairs of plants regular
$5 ynluefc (Tq A C
at i . . . wOttO
Boys' Serge Suits, well tail
ored, from heavy woight,
all wool serges $5.00
valuoB, on (DO QQ
sale at CpO.cJO
A, Fitie Hnlfo Free With
heed and horbis are heard
Senator from Missouri and Nebraska
! '.Congressman at Commercial Club,
.StEED TALKS TRANSPORTATION
Coariuna Norrls Hcviewn flume of
. the Working of House at
H9raBentntv Hitch tipoUe
' Several hundred inembra of th Com
nrcliJ club heard two dlsMnruUtteu
speakers each In a half hour's talk. They
wer Senator jainen A, lUel of MIiouri
fepd Congreman Qoorce'W. Norrta ot
thk Kttth dlatrot of Nebraska. Tha
BpeakVirs wer,o, Introdvcod by Warrvn
Bvrltaler. ConEresnman Norrla took up
the subject of tha nithnal home of rep
resentatives and reviewed tome ot Its
working. Senator Heed took up the
Blendea and Brunettes
All VI?ome New Shampoo
It certainly will be glad news to ev
ery lady tb learn of a really success
ful lialr shampoo. Soups fade tho hair,
Injure tho roots, make the sculp aculy
and leave the hair stringy. These
conditions are caused by the alkali In
fiospa. A successful product has fin
ally been made from the cocoanut and
other vegetable oils that elves u most
wonderful shampoo, It Is known as
Coconlda, You rimply dissolve a tea
spoonful In a qup of hot water and
shampoo in the usual way. The re
sults are astonlshtnp The hair bo
oomes wavy, fluffy brittht and silken.
The sculp Hs drlluhtfuliy refreshed 11 nil
all dandruff dlsappeur. Uut tne btn(,
part la the aftt r-tflett The l.alr roots
are Invlsomted, urowih promoted nnd
hair loss Immediately stopped. Women
verywherp who have tested this Co
conlqe are enthusiastic. A tUty-cent
package Is sufficient (or ten or more
elegant shampoos. Any druggist has
Coconlde In stock or will quickly set
It from his wholesale house. Any
lady, that really cares about her hair
.should get sonie'ot this Coconlde with
out delay, but should not be talked
Into Hikjnr somelliliiir else Instead, as
there la, nothlntr that is even similar
to It. A ajngla trial proves this. It la
equally as good tor men's and chil
mwmm .ur'p. -fivuBva pgn
ions, Kro'tt' .Wa, Aching and Hwraty
Feet. A sp6onfut of Culocide in the foot
bath gives Instant relief Get a c box
at any drug store Advertisement
Constipated? Go To Your Doctor
It k impossible to be well, simply Impossible, if the bowels are constl
patid. Waste products, poisonous substances, must be removed
from 'he body at least once each day, or there will be trouble.
Ask your doctor about Ayer's PU's, gently laxative, all vegetable.
Young Men's Norfolk
Suits, at $12.50
in Omaha for the
- Peet Overcoats.Suits
tho best ready-to-woar clothoa
822.50 to $40.00
for Boys All Ages.
browns and tans
S6.50.lfR7.5ft nnd SR.5ft
T " f - -J- -w "
Boys' AH Wool Suits with
2 pairs ot piitit8Nof oik
'or doublo breasted 'stylos;
values at. . . . ..
Bdys' Long Pfcnt Suit in
the now Norfolk stylos -$12.50
to $15.00 values,,
speoinl Sat- ( "1 A
urday at ........ P XJ
flvcry gult or Ovorcpnt.
mora commercial subject and dlsoussed
transportation rates and their relation
to the development of Uo mldtHy west.
'Tho greutcst drawback to this
section of tho country," said tho
senator is tho fact that all roads lead
to Now York and oil rates are primarily
for Now York, For this reason all the
grvot Industries are forced to locate on
tho cast coast In order to get thu ad.
vuntngu ot tho cheaper freight rates. The
rates from New York are affected by
tho competition on the lake and for this
fooaonltls cheaper than ratos In districts
that havQ no such competition.
West Needs Factories,
The way to Bolve this problem for the
west la to rovolutlonlte the .rates sp that
men can build factories In "tlie middle
west and the rates will bo as good for
the man who builds herq a for -him who
builds hta' factories on the ouit cdaet.
Then, Instead of the factories congest
ing In tho east, wo will have them scat
tered over this great west, where the
country Is rlohcst and where tho raw
material can be produced."
The senator then touched the possi
bility of making tho Mississippi river
1 navigable to a greater extent. "If we
cun spend 0O,OOO,OO0 on the ranama
canul and not feel It. as wo have done,"
hu Bold, "then I want to know why we
cuu't spend some money In like manner
1 to open up this great artery ot com
,merce through the heart of the country
'and Into the great lakes. Along with
this comes the idea of Improving our own
. old Missouri river. They have told us
It could not be liarnetsed. 1 say,. gentle
men, It can be harnessed, but we can't
harness It with a straw rop&.'
J'owrr of the tjpcnUer.
, CongresKinun .George V, Norrls took
up tho history of the house of repre'
sentutlNcs, particularly with reference to
the history of the power ot the speaker
of the house. He sold hen a few yean;
ago the house learned that tho thing
that blocked tariff legislation was the
fact that the speaker waa agalnat It.
committees were appointed to look Into
the source of this great power of the
The first thing to do In attempting
tn shear the "speaker of his power," said
Mr. Norrls, "waa to find out where he
got that power. After extensive Invest!
gallon It was found that he got It In his
power to appoint committees which even
gave him the power to appoint himself
as chairman of the committee on rules.1
the subject when the chairman reminded
him that his time was up and Mr. Norrl
1 at once gave way to Senator need.
Men's Overcoats-the Styles 'the Best Dressers Demand
Brandeis always shows the newer things in overcpats in advance of other men's stbros. Hero arc the
best new models at practical prices. English box back coats, long coats with convertible collar and
bolted backs in fancy tweeds and chinchillas. Bet- 10 G0 1 Qfi QOC
tor coats right here than you'll find elsewhere, at 1.0W"$XD"PU"4)D
Special Sale Men's Sample Shirts
Hundreds of samples
hundreds were In alt
New patterns, bct
Men's Dress and
Street Gloves, alBo
Boys' lined Gloves
worth to $2.50
at 50c, 75o and 98c
Men's Sample Py
jamas in Domot,
Pongee and Sois
etto materials, vtd
uds tip to '$4.50'
at . .08c and $1.50
.Mn'n Outing Flan
nel Night SKlrts,
values up to $1.50,
at 50c, 75c and 08c
From Our Near Neighbors ;
lidlth awlcbol Is taking her placo at
Kllu Oertrudft Iturrom want to Omaha
Friday to sptuid a tew days,
MUit Morle Dougherty Is spending tha
weH with her parenu near Waterlyo.
Mrs. W. D. ICelley Is enjoying a visit
from nor mother, Mrs, Martin, ot Jn
coln. miiui tfnihnrinn tlajrlnsrton of water
loo was the guest ot Miss May Nlcholo
Mr. A. 11. Uurka was well enough to
tcavo the hospital and como home in an
Mlsn May Nlehola entertained the mem-
bra ot the Kensington club at her home
MUa IfVances WJUtmore wu give, a
dancing party at hor home Baiuraay
evening, rnovomuor .
Mrs. W. K. Nightingale returnen tne
firvt of the week from a visit with her
daughter at Valpralso.
Mr. and Mrs. lllllyer ana Mr. ana irs.
U Kunkhouser returned to their nomes
In lconlum, la,, Wednesday.
Om.nl Dent, who has been ill for some
..II.Vi fcU.lV IM til. V.IRI MVII IIV.flUII
Umana, to take a course of treatment.
v. Is. weekly waa ulven a very en
joyable surprise party at his home Mon
day evenlngyln honor of hi birthday.
The members of the Ladles' Aid ot the
Methodist EpUopuol church are prepar
ing to servo an election dinner and sup
Mr. DOTnlna Is packing preparing to
ind the winter with her daughter in
Fremont. Mr. and Mrs. Uurna will oc
cupy her house.
Dr. M. H- Garrison ot Kearney. Neb.,
who recently puroluuied the denial of
flova of Dr. 11. ). liyars. Is nicely settled
In the C, Coller houso.
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Hubbard enjoyed
a visit from Mr. and Mrs. Charlea Hub
bard of Cheney. Wash., and Mrs, Mer-
rlok or wiscotutin, tnis week.
The rerular meeting of tha Woman's
Missionary society of the l'resbytertau
church was held at the home ot Mrs.
Krank Whltmoro Thursday afternoon.
The funeral of Mrs. W. Punkhouser,
wu died BAturday niornlnR after a llnner-
Ing lllnese. waa held from her late reel
deuce Sunday at i p. m. Rev. bdwln
Aator of Waterloo conducted tho service
and Interment was made In the Proepct
lilll cemetery beside her husband, who
haa twen dead five years. Mrs. Funk-
houser was 77 years of aire and haa lived
in ValUv munv years. Khe Is survived
by threo daughters, Mra. Bam Howard ot
Valley. Mrs. West of Wesllon, Neb., and
Mrs. lllllyer of Iconlum, la., and two
Miss Ollmartln Hundayod with home
foiws at Mncoin
Irof. Craig was a Weeping Water vl
I tor Wednesday,
tAWton Conrad and family moved to
Weeping water nursaay,
Mra. I O. Plybon Is visiting Mrs.
August at Jenco springs, mo.
John Kropo of Wyoming waa the gut
of the ot. Jonns eunaay.
Ml? Bdna siopp of Kagle waa a gueat
pf Mrs. Norrls the first of the week.
Mrs. Will Webster of Cody. Wyo.. was
railing on old friends the first of the
Men's Sample Shirts
worth up to $1.00 each, at
and outing styles in all new patterns.
Men's Winter Underwear
Men's Wool Shirts and Drawers, worth up to
$2, at garment 75c -and 985
Men's EJttjfa tloavy Union Suitfe in cotton and
fleecedyalUcs to $2; at 7, ...... .98c
Men'a extra 'heavy rlbbtSu arid, fleeced' shirts and draw
ers, valuoB to 11.00, at 30 and 50d
Men'S B0c Pure Thread Silk Hobo at 555
Men's 50o New Silk Neckwoar at 25
a visit with her daJghtor, Ms. Scuqu,
III 1IMI, V.UIU.
Mr. and Mrsi nird of Union were gun
day guoats of Mr. and Airs. Frank
Mra. Fhllllppa of at. laiwards. la.,
spent the last week with her friend,
Mrs. Ray Norrta.
Mrs. Anna Talmer from western Ne
braska Is here aa a gueat ot Mra. Charles
Hubncr this week.
Mrs. Shopp of Plattsmouth returned
home Monday after a few days' visit
with Nehawka friends.
JT, I1S H...IIIV" w .'"7
Ited with Mr, and Mrs. K. A. KtrkPat-
James Mclteynolds ot Sioux City, la.,
LI- tm Wn.llftlia It hll?
(Hirprlse by drppplnK l on her trlduy,
i, , Oiurill iuiu a4uu iiiw.mi
Wvnmlnu riunduv. where they were
tuests of Mrs. Sturm's mother, Mrs.
Word has been received from Charles
n.lt ...Im llult, u-.nt In OnlnrfLiln
unrliL. in n unnllnrlnin. that he la not
Louis Plybon has received a letter
from Missouri, giving nowa of tho death
of his brother-in-law, Ed August, from
stricture ot tho bowels. Mr. August was
born and raised in Nehawka, and moved
10 diisaoun ujur yeuis mu.
Miss Mary I'latt gavu a llnllowo'en
party Thursday evening for the fresh
man Class at tne mgn bciioui.
Miss nerntce Mitchell and Miss Ids
singer, students ut llellevue college, were
iiueftts of .Mrs, v. 11. lower nunuay,
Misses Doris und llelene Clarke gave
a dancing party Thursday night at the
boinu of their grandparents, Mr. and
Mr, A, W. Clarke.
Amos Maxwell, who has been vjsltlng
his cousins. Meedames i'latt, Corey ana
lUyhow, for the last two weeks, left
Thursday tor his pome at iouuenviue. u
Mrs. II. 11. Armstrong entertained
Thuradav evenlnK for the members of
'the Woman's club, their husbands and
frlenns, inis was me iirsi special meet
ing lor the nuiaon ana wus neu luunucu
Mrs. 11 S. NlcV--on and ' Mrs. M. P
nrown uuve a Hallowe'en party at Mrs.
Nlckerson'a for the young men's class at
the l'rvsbyterlan Sunday tchool. The,
rooms were decorated with Jack-o'-lanterns
nnd the evening was pleasantly
spent at iianuwe en Klines.
MIhs Martha Meyers, daughter of Mrs.
Martha Moors, and A. J. Schula . ot
Crelghlon. Neb., were married Sunday
Mvnlnit at fi o'clock nt the homo of Mrs.
Meyers by Rev. It. F. Schmidt. After
a short trip to Kort Hcott. Kan., they
will go to Crolghton. where Mr, Sohuls
is emjuoyea in tne unn.
Han Johnson ia having a commodious
J. W. Haslam Is bu ldlng a fine resi
dence In east Weeping water.
I D, Sw.tser and wife are entertaining
Mr. and Mrs. O. Frederick ot ueetonia, u
Mra. F. N Gibson ot IJncoln has been
the guest ot Aim. .. 11. uioson tnis e
Mr. and Mra. Ondle Port fa are mourn
ing tne aeain 01 tneir j-monm-oiu uaugn
William Doty haa returned from a three
months' vs)t with relatives at Mount
Mr, and Mrs. Marion Hepler and Mi4
The maker's name In
these shirts Insure
their high quality.
nigh qunllty flannel
fabric very p pulnr
worth to $1.25, 5Qc
Men's extra heavy
Shirts and Draw
ers, worth to $1.00,
at . . . .39c and 50o
Men's and Boys'
Sweaters, worth to
$1.50, at . . , . . .75c
Coats, values to $3,
at $1.25 and $1.50
Frances Hepler wore guests the first of
the week of Mr. and Mrs. George H.
Rev. I F. Townsend entertained Rev.
T. H. Worley of York lafct Tuewday night.
j. ho latter was a former pastor of the
.UethodlBt EnlscuPal church here.
Messrs. and Mesdamea W. II. Ambler
and H. F. Olrandet celebrated their twenty-fifth
wedding annlversarlen at the
homo of the former lout Tuesday night.
Mesdame I. X. Wnmlfnrd. nnrre
fiheldon and F. N. Gibson of Uncoln were
oiuerininea inursaay ot luncneon by
Mrs. N. ii. Wllklninn nnrl Mn. Thnmnn
J. F. Davidson, worktnir In th Olo
pleson iuarrles, came near losing his
life. A premature explosion knocked h.m
down and pelted him with rook, bruising
and cutting his head.
Mr. and Mrs. H. a. Cocllzer celebrated
their fiftieth wcddlnir nnnlversarv last
'Wednesday. Relatives to the number of
ininy were present ot a dinner servea at
the homo of Mr. and Mrs, John T. Crozler.
in tne evening tne uaa l enows gave
them a reception. Mr. Cogllzer has been
a member for forty-seven ycurs and was
presoniea witn a nanasome ewei.
visiting his bnither, V. J. Cook, and
Mrs, Addle Garmonc of Omaha soent
last Friday with her elstor, Mrs, C. P.
Attorney Herman Aye of Omaha was
visiting his mother and brothers in Dlatr
J. 8. Roberts wn In attendance at the
bakers' convention last Thuisday at
The Ii;ulr Hlirh school foot ball team
will nl ay the Wayne High school team
on Saturday at Wayne.
Mrs. C. Merrill of Vancouver. R. C.
has been spending a few days vlslUng
hrr father, Abe Sutherland, and other
Mr. und Mrs. D. M. Wllsev. old-time
residents of Blair, now ofi Scott's Hluff,
are on a week's visit among old friends
in tms city.
The November term ot district court.
which waa sat for November 19. has been
postponed oy oruer or iuoge ueeue to
Mrs. Ounnar Wlngard and children of
Red Lodge.- Mont,, are here for an ex
tended visit with her parents. Dr. w. it,
I'aimer ana wire.
W. D. Kelly has resigned his position
as manager of the Crowell Lumber nnd
Grain company yards here and will be
succeeuea oy luiy iipptnuau, lurnieny
with the Crowell comnany.
Chris Bchmldt, president of the BlVr
National bank, bought a nbw car and
last Sunday started for Denver with his
mother and Paxton Wore and Miss Mar
garet Ware. They expect to make the
trip ami return in ten uays.
Iff- n .1 .rH ,1 ,1 k l.. ....... II.
dili itiiu ,v.i a. ... 1, . vjviivvhi,!" ,
and Mrs. Fred Weber, Mrs. 8. G, Glover,
Mr. ami Mrs. jonn leaner, w. a.
Wilson and Mrs. M. A. Cottrue of Ar
lington formed an automobile party that
vts ted Guy Wilson at his bachelor apart
ments in this city on Monaay evening.
iney were accompanied oy Mr. inn ah
Tom Flnnell of RIalr.
The Ladies' Aid society gave a chicken
ainntr Tnursuay afternoon.
Mrs, Knuison and eon ot Omaha spent
hunitay with Mr. and Mrs. sunaau.
The Willing WorkrrH had a quilting
boa at the t'hrlstlan church Wednesday
The Chmttan hndeavor society gave a
social ft tl a Switier "-.ame 'in'mluv c rt,
Sidney Miachcrn and Mis l utnj A
PANTS at $1.98
Now modola in straight
and peg top styles pat-
terns that are corrcct.W
All sizes, $3.50 and $4.00
values, at $1.98
The Hat That's. Right!
Every new shato'thatis correct is .
seen first at Brandeis Stores.
Stetson Hats for Men
The famous John B. Stetson Soft and
Stiff Hats now styles, at ..$3.50
Wilson's English Derbies,
Sole agents in Omaha for theBo cele
brated English Derbies dressiest
hats in Omaha, at $2.50
Men'a Sample Hats, soft and stiff hats
actually worth up to $3, at , .$1.25
See the New Imported Velour Hats
The newest line out. Imported and domestic Velour hats
in tan, brown, grey, olive, green and black
at $2.00, S2.50. 3.50 and .S5.00
Great Sale of Men's Saniplo Caps
Men's $1 and $2 high graJo
caps In every now fall shape
silk lined with fur Uned bands,
at ...50tf and 98t
Men'a Pur Caps, at S1.50
$2.50 83.50 up to $15
A ft r?TvT'C 0UAT70 Old Store
IViCJN O OI IWJUiO Main Floor
Gun motal calfskin and tan calfskin in button. and lace styles wido
hlgU toes or custom lasts with Goodyear welted soles all niado
over the best fitting patterns and lasts we can find complete
range of sizes and widths, on sale at, 4.Q a rv
per pair , , , tp.
Men's Custom Made Shoes, soft gun metal calfskin and dark, tan,
willow calfskin in one-half double woight, winter soles the moat
attractive lasts of toe season 'Shoes with all the stylo and quality
or tno usual t.uu snoe in an sues
at, per pair
Omaha, and Harry Harris of jJaiison
v'sited at the Dcln home Sunduj.
Mr. Deln had quite a "eriout accident
Wednesday while on his way home from
Bennington, when the neck yoke broke
and tho team became frightened and
titarted to rul breaking the tongue and
throwing him out of the wegop, re
sulting In the breaking of an arm and
mo Bpraimnp or.nis onme.
Mrs. Frank Comto la vlsltinr in Falls
I- T. Allen is movlnir his family to the
Paul Phelps of Gordon Is here selllns
a large crop of potatoes. He has shipped
inu vrinuB 10 mis vicinity
Charles Frazens has moved to Bnrinc-
flcld. He haa been foreman of the'
Lulevan ranch the last year.
A son of Alvin Milks arrived from
western New York last Saturday, hav.
Ing came through with an automobile In
A letter from Archie Cockerlll states
that ,ho Is eeeing tho eight In North,
ampton, England, and that he will be
1101110 uecomoer sz.
Ill the wrestling match between Cannon
of Springfield agalnat John- Tolllver of
fmaha, the bout was won by Cannon In
C. H. Prugh. a nenliew of Li. A. BatM.
arrived Wednesday of last week from
the Philippines, having served four years
ii tho United States navy.
Tho school board haa elected Mlsi
Reeder of Columbus and Miss Newman of
Hickman to the high school positions
and Miss Hays of Peru to tha crammar
Rdbert Bradford of South Omaha has
hod charge of the lumber yard this
week in the absence of John Watson,
Who was attending the funeral of Ids
sister at MadUon.
We will be pleased to see you in our new
up-to-date store at 522 South 16th street.
A pleasure to show
you our new woolens.
Complete line of Foreign
and Domestic Fabrics.
OLSEN & JAMIESON
522 South iCUi St. Opposite Rome HoleI-593 Block
Boys' and .Children's School
Caps with fur lined bands
at 25r 49d and 08d
Boys' and Children's Hats, Felt
bats in now styles, worth -'Jl,
FARM STOCK BRINGS HIGH
PRICES AT AUCTION.
TBCUM8KH, Neb., Nov. l.-(Speelal:)-
A. A.- Lot held d publlo sale of" his per-
sdnal property- at his home near- Crab
Orchard tpday. It was ora of the, best
salea qyer held. In tho county this sei8on,
everything .that was pfferea.gbln'g',&t" high
prices, A team of horses brought $337.50,
and oth.er hoj-eea Wept at from M&to to
IJ0Q per head. The milch' cows sold a.i
high as Km per head. Sboat,tha( would
weigh from 100 to 125 poUnd,nwlth an
average of about 110 pounds,- ijold1 atfronj
!7ifX) to $8.50 each. One huhdrcd n'thlrty
head of them went at these Jlgureii. Sows
brought big money. By .actual count
there' were forty-one automobiles on the
ground, the most Of them being owned
iA foremost Tecumseh democrat was
heard to remark, upon hearing some men
dlBCues politics, (hat with all the evidence
of great prosperity In sight, It was hardly
ponslstent for men to' argue tlie political
pltuatton. Intimating .thp,$. the people
should surely be aatlufledwlth conditions
as they are.
It Is learned that tha .greater part 1
the purchase money at the sale was paid
In cash, no great amount going Intd notes.
In the abdominal region la' often pre
vented by the ue of Dr. King's- New
Life Fills, the painless purifiers. 5c
Beaton Drug Co. Advertisement.
Mr P, D, Admins left Wednesday tor