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TIIE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1912.
Great Special Attraction
Third Floor, Piano Department.
'The Nativity of Christ1' by Constant
One of the "World's Most Important Canvases.
A Raro Treat for Art Lovers.
Formerly the Bennett Company
A Great Special Attraction
yf Third Floor, Piano Department.
I "Lincoln the Rail Splitter and Student"
I . a sr rtit r 11
IN Cunningham's Wonderiui Masterpiece ot tnc uroat American.
On Exhibition Here.
An Announcement of Extraordinary importance to Particular Men
(t . America's Best Clothes, the CELEBRATED ATTERBURY SYSTEM (AA FA
wdlUfuciy $30,00, $35.00 and $40.00 Suits and Overcoats to go on sale at $&tflJ
To introduce these world-renowned clothes for men, and to establish in your minds the fact that
we are exclusive Omaha agents for these fine garments, wo auuouneo the most radical mid-soason special offer. This sale will ho for ten days only. It's nn
opportunity that evory well dressed man will appreciate.
Atterhury System Clothes Represent the Highest Standard of Fine Tailoring
, ' '
Atterbury System fo
SUitS fOr EVSttn worsted in rofinod de
signs, brown, grey, stone, oxford and every wanted shade.
Mado in wide variety of models to fit every man. Regular,
slim, long or stout sizes from 33 to 48 chest.
Fine OverCOatS and kerseys. Boauti-
fully tnilored gnrmcnts strictly hand tailored to tho small
est detail of styling and draping, Atterbury System overcoats
have an individuality only to bo found In most oxcluslvo custom
Atterbury System $30, $35 and $40 Suits and Overcoats Saturday at
Great Sale Boys'
Boys' Overcoats Rough homespun,
chinchilla, and Shetland in light grey, ox
ford, blue and mixtures
Self, velvet or convertible
collars. Sizes 2V to 17
years. Regular $6.98 to
$7.98 overcoats, Satur
day special at
Boys' Bell Brand Waists,
cut fuller than usual, good
patterns, sizes to 16; Satur
day special, each
Boys' 75c Hats and Caps for
autumn and winter wear,
combining oomfort and
style, Saturday special at. .
Great Special Purchase Sale of
Suits and Overcoats
A special purchase of 2,000 suits and overcoats enablo us
to make these unusual pricos on high grade suits and overcoats.
These Buits and overcoats nre from two leading eastern manu
facturers, and are of newest styles and materials. Buy a suit
or overcoat now and save from one-third to one-half.
Men's $15-$ 18 Suits at $9.75
Cheviots, worsteds, serges and caBsimorcs, in bluos, brown,
tan, grey and fancy mixtures, Norfolks, double-breasted and
conservative plain styles, 33 to 4G in regular, stout or slim sizes.
Regular $15 and 1
$18 suits Satur-
day special at .... .
Men's $I3-$20 G'coats9'$83.75
. , Overcoats in all new styles, kersey, chinchilla and velour in
black, blue, or grey. Blnck velvet, and convertible collars.
and $20 Over
coats, Sat. spec'l
Bo Sure to Attend tho Groat Sale Saturday of tho
Entire Stock t R. & D. Shoe Co.
1506 Harney St., Omaha
Bought at Abut 50c on the Dollar
Men's and Women's Shoes
R. & D. Shoe Co.'s $3.00 Q g QC
and $3.50 9039
our price ,
Men's and Women's Shoes
R. & D. Shoe Co.'s $4.00bgiC
and $5.00 mMfw
Children's R, & D.
Co.'s $1.75 and $2
shoes. Our Price
$2.50 and $2.75
shoos. Our Price
Women's $1.50 folt
slippers, Our Price
Each 8 Of
Underwear, Hosiery, Great Special Purchase Sale
Men's, Women's and Children's Underwear values That May Never be Duplicated Again
Boys' and Children's
Women's Underwear Saturday Specials
W o in o n's 05c 1 1 n o
white cottoi fleeco
lined vesta and pants,
reg. and extra sizes,
Saturday spe- fe
cial at ttOC
Women's SJ5c fleece
lined vesta and pants,
regular and extra Hires
Women's $1,U5 to $1.75 sumplo vests and pnnts,
cotton and wool, Saturday special, pa. oj,
"Women's fltfc Cotton fleece lined union suits,
white and cream, Saturday special, per on.
Furment O C
Women's J? I. S3 fine
white cotton union
suits, fleeco lined,
Saturday spe- 7C.
clal, garment I Ut
Women's gii.00 to t?it Kino wool or
uniou suits, Suturday apodal, per
Women's $2.50 wnlte
or natural wool union
suits, Saturday special,
per gar- Jj Q
ment ... P A .OS
Women's 17e Hlack
cotton hoBe, full seam
less, good weight. Sat
urday special, O,
per pair .... OC
Women's aso cotton or lisle Host, wwtc split soles.
Imported, full foshlonnd. Saturday special, I Qn
per pair u
Women's 25u black co.
tou hose, fleeco lined,
seamless, ribbed top,
clal, per pair
Children's 35o Union
Suits, f o c c o lined,
drop scat, Saturday
special, per i A
Children's 25c Black
Cotton Hose, ribbed,
seamless, S a t u r d a y
special, per'U Ql
Boys' and Girls' 69c
fleece lined Union
Suits, white or grey,
Saturday spoeial, per
Hoys' and girls' 25c and 35c
black cotton and morcerlzod
hose, slightly im-
perfect, 3 pairs for f
r0c, or per pair. "
Men's Underwear and Hosiery
Men's 50o mid 75c sample cotton whirls nnd
drawers, Saturday special, por gar
ment . . .
gray wool shirts and
drawers, Saturday spe
cial, jior garment
Men's 1.50 to $1.75
Kino samplo wool un
derwear, Saturday spe
cial, por garment
Men's $".00 Co ino.hU J'lno wool nnd morrerl.ed
underwear Saturday speciul, por
Suits, cotton flouce
lined, closed crotch,
ecru, Saturday special,
per gar- on
Men's Heavy fleece lined shirts nnd
Hhhnri enttnn. Hatnrdnv sneclnl. tier A l"
Karment ............ .... oc
Men's Hnmple Union Hulls In mercerized, wool,
silk and wool, nnd all wool; regular $3.50.
$4.50, $5.50, ,$6.50 and $7. CO. A wonderful
Saturday bpeclal at, pur gar
ment , r
Men's VI.no Union
suits, Wright "Wool
tox," fleece lined, Sat
urday special, por
Men's Furnishings Specials
Men's $3.00 Hata, latest styles and shades, grey, black,
uiunn wi nn-i-i luun turn vu
lours, Saturday spe
Men's $2.50 Lined and Unlined
Automobile Gauntlets, Satur
day special at, por (M AA
75c Outing I'lannel
Men's $1.1!5 llruvy Flnnneletto
night robes, Saturday special
Men's $1.50 Outing Hunnel I'nJftiiiHN
Men's Inn nil wool sweater coats,
special for Saturday,
at 3H.50 to
Men's 17c WncL nnd colored seaili
less hose, Saturday special,
Men's 115c Sliuultnlt caslimero hose,
slightly impcrroct, Saturday
special, per pair
THE SANCTUAUV. By ilaud How
ad i'eim.on. 4 tii I'p. !.. Lot.aop,
L.t & Shepard company.
This story Is a combination of romance,
socialism and theology. Brotherhood Ik
tho keynote, and the soul development
of threu different characters, each along
different llnof, the chief Ueue. Tho
(Uutihter of a rich American mil) owner
rrl'CU and loves a mllllona.re socialist,
who In Ids efforts to solve some ot the
labor problems, Is working as foreman
in her lather's mills. lie toadies her tho
power of service and ot brotherhood
which alone can open the door of tho
tanctuary peace. A very complicated
love altuatlon provides a unique test of
theso theories; and we are left to lmag ne
that alt ends happily.
A ROMANCK OF BIU.V-GOAT HILL.
B. Alice Hrsan Hlce. M Vp. The
C' ntury .- mpany-
Th kweet, wild little daughter of a
down-nt-the-heel southern homo, finding
hurielf nn orphan, all hut penniless and
uniiitc aiiiy Kn 'y marries the Wndly.
i-nd ie-aaed profeisor, he fat r
muni, onl to dscovtr that the boy she
has flirted with and parted from In
antcer Is the one she loves, snd always
will. Out of this sltuat.oo grows thu
story of tho book, nn Irresl. tlble combina
tion of Cabbage Patch humor and high
TilH HONORABLE MISS MOON
LIGHT. By Onoto Watanna. 175 I'p. 11.
Harper & Brothers,
Only Japan could be the scene of this
daintily picturesque yet vitally human
fctory, with Its charming qualntnesd of
costume and manners, Its note of high
heroiem, and Its curious, thrilling drama
of birth and death, of llle and love,
framed In colorful atmosphere that Is
genuinely Japanese, the appealing figure
of the fragile Qeleha girl forms a picture
of blended pathos and Idyllic love.
MY LOVB AND I. By Martin lied
field. 3T7 I'p. Jl.SJ. The MacMlllan company-Harried
to a woman whom he Idolises,
Martin Rtdfleld tells In his own words
of his sad awakening, and of the other
womait who came nto his life, and how
ha dealt with the problem which con-
i fronted him. The second woman Is of
noble character and tho solution at
whlclt she and Martin arrive s not of
the Hnvl urtal'' pi.ti h fl tlvh. lu
jpkrhm-i tnvrv often found In life tnau Us
one which novelists aro apt to adopt.
At all e'ventn the book Is a decided de
parture from stories which have dealt
with the triangle before. Besides Martin
and his love, there Is Interwoven with It
the story of Blake and Mary. An Idealist,
a poet, able only to earn a bare living,
he forms a strlkln? contrast tjjjMartln, a
practical man and popular novelist.
TUB INHERITANCE. By Josephine
Dnikam Ilacon. 315 I'D. tl.SO. D. AD.
Ipleton & Co.
The story Is told by the hero, Hugn
Cordon, who, at the outset,' Is a little
English boy of mysterious parentage. Ho
is brought to America by his nurse and
becomes the protege of a splendid village
doctor. The crisis In his life comes when,
upon teaching manhood, he goes to
England, where his striking resemblance
to the head of a great house causea a
n. no-days' scandal.
A HEALTH UNTO HIS MAJESTY. By
Justin Huntly McCarthy. K2 Bp. XVib,
George H, Duran company,
A romance of the time of Charles II.
Tim story opens with the king a fugitive
In Holland, and proceeds In high good
humor to relate (he Jovial shifts and ex
peilents by which no obtained food and
titer f '-r his c. -t Jane Lane, a roy
ht love , appears upon the scene with
a Man lo. idouaplng the ctuumonwealKJ
leaders and returning the king to his
A BACHELOR'S COMEDY. By J, E
Buckrose. 300 Bp. 11.23. George II. Dorun
Problems and the elty are far away
In this book, which In the love story of
Andrew 'Dtu.no, more familiarly known
as "Andy." a vicar of a quiet English
village. "Andy" Is a modest soul, afraid
of women, but, despite his fear, got mar
ried. A vein of humor runs through the
story and the characters are well drawn.
8AM LOYD'S PUZZLES. l. David
Tills book of putxles Is particularly de
signed for young folks, there being noth
ing ,n the collection that might be con
sidered to be beyond their ability to
THE WOMAN OF IT By Mark Lee
Luther. Hi Bp. $1.30. Harper & Bros.
A clever story. In which some very
real and humanly Interesting people play
their parts In the development of an In
genious plot, which has (or a backgroun.1
the social life of Wash ngton not the
hrllllant panorama of offl'ial functions,
b'lt the rral overy-day social life of th''
capital w t'i I'd fussy formalities and
(faring lutontt uite. as tetn by the un.
wife of a newly-elected
KOR OLD DONCHKHTHR. By Arthur !
Diurey, $4 i'p. ii.Zj, Luttirop, Lee &
"Donchester'' Is Worcester academy,
and the nto. y tells the trugglc and
victories of the hero In the latter part
of his first year. He is Miccvstful and
happy. lut never by chanco or undo.
JEAN CABOT AT ASHTON. By Ger
trude Fisher fccott. Kl Bp. tt Lothrop.
Lee ft Hhepa l cmpany.
Every activity ot a popular girl's first
year Is woven into this narrative. Tie
story rankt hlg.. In tn I dwells
upon the studious and Intellectual eldn
(if college llfo as well as upon the sucmi
OLD FOUR TOICB, By Edwin U flahln.
XO Bp. Il-M. Thomas Y, Crowed com
pany. Phil Macowan of the "Bar B" books
reappears In this story. He and his
friend, Chester Simms, start off on a
j hunting trip among the passes, peaks,
'and precipices of the Lost Park country.
I Their gu dn and Instructor In woodcraft
' I If V - 1 11. Li iI"lY Uli
This rugged frontiersman shares the
chief honora of the book with another
veteran of t a wilds "Old Four Toe ," a!
monster grimly bear. Numerous char-1
acters who ate old friends ot the boys
appear In the course of the eventful
chapters, Including Cherry and her owl
like professor of a father.
DOROTHY DAINTY'S HOLIDAYS. By
Amy Brooks. 240 Pp. ft. Lothrop, Leo
& rihepard com; any,
Another of jthe "Dorothy Dainty" books.
In the present volumo Dorothy and her
dear friend, Nancy Ferris, are found
eagerly anticipating a round of gayellos
at the holidays, and their expectations
are fully realized.
OUR BOY SCOUTS IN CAMP. By
Kdwln J, Houston. 330 I'p. IW. David
The jolly and exciting doings of a
troop of Boy Scouts, under thu direction
of a scoutmaster and leaders. Boys who
are interested In the Boy Scout move
ment wllr be especially Interested, and,
Indeed, auy boy cannot full to enjoy
the story, .
"JOHN AND BETTY'S SCOTCH HIS
TOBY VISIT, By Margaret Williamson
301 I'p. U.K. Ixithrop, Lee It Bhepord
Mrs. Pitt, the mother of the English
brother and sister who ore John and
Betty's companions, continues as "guide,
philosopher and friend," and a vpry
pleasant companion as well. They begin
In Loudon by seeing the coronation ot
George V and Qucfri Mary. Soon, how
ever, they are In Scotland, to revel in its
CLIP STERLING, STROKE OF THE
CREW. By Ollbert Patten. J30 Pp. $1.25,
Tho third volume In tho Cltf Sterling
series. Base ba)l games, - water sports
and all the Interesting events leading
up to a sharply contested boat raco
mako up this story,
SKY LAND. By L. Frank Bauro. 2SS
Pp. The Bellly & Britton Co.
This book describes the further adven
tures of Trot and Cap n Bill, who de
lighted children in "The Sea Fairies."
Everything takes place In the clouds,
where many marvelous things happen to
the young heroine.
THE WIGWAM. By
194 Pp. ' McLaughlin
A collection of stories which have been,
told over and over again to the young
Indians gathtred around the campflres.
Running through them is a fanciful belief
In spirits, In magic and In the ublllty if
anlmaU to talk and take part In human