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THE BEE: OMAHA, SA'LVKPAY, NOVEMBEK 16,
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i BRANDEIS STORES
Announce a Sale that Comprises Wonderful Varieties and Notable Values
Women's Winter Coats
Any Woman's Hat
In Our Entire Stock $
A GREAT PURCHASE FROM THE IDEAL MFG. CO. of 15 West 26th St.
Newest and Most Stunning Mid-Winter Models
Popular Cbiickillas, Canculs, Plushes,
Gray Diagonals, Novelties, Black aid
Wkite Boucles, Double Faced Mixtures
These coats nro handsomely tnilored nnd nro
practical, serviceable coats in every way. A par
ticularly fine array of chinchilla and pluHh cloaks.
No Matter What the Foraer Price
2000 COATS IN THIS SALE
All sizes for women and misses. The styley
are tho newest, most stunning models that are de
signed for this season.
On Second Floor in 4 Big Lots
f SPECIAL SALE OF CHILDREN'S NEW MID-WINTER CLOAKS at $098- $9.8
JtC Several hundred pretty, practical winter coatn In all alt cb for Klrls and children. Smart, glrliBh idoas for Bcbool lj and 9 -
i s Yj
(Heron and Paradise Aigrette
This includes positively every ostrich
novelty trimmed hat every fur hat
every willow plume, hat every
willow band hat every Paris or New
York model in stock.
Hats that have been
selling at $35 and $40.
Tho choico of tho house,
is or New
ft ' '
All Our Paradise and
Heron Trimmed Hats
All Our Hats That Have Been Selling at less Than $10 at $'550 i
All new, up-to-date fall and winter styles hundreds to select from.
All our imported Velvet and Chiffon Sots, consist
ing of hat, muff and scarf, at just one-third off.
and drcaawcar -tnnde to sell up to JIG. 00, at
All the Winter Cloaks from tbe H. Karp Stock.
All Sizes and All Up-to-Date Styles from This Faaius Jibber of Broadway,. Njw York
ON SALE IN BRANDEIS BASEMENT SATURDAY
Don't hubs u
dny of this
great sale in
lots of good
chandise brought for
day at won
Most of tho
coat? in this
the prico w,c
ask in this
will not be
this again in
All tho Women's Warm! All the Women's and
Winter Cloaks from tho
Hyman Karp stock Mado
to sell lip g Q
to $7.50, in AJVO
ono Dig m,
at . . . .
from the Hyman
to $10, at. ..
All the Women's and!
Misses' Winter Cloaks
from the Hyman
Made to soil
up to $15,
will go at
All the finest Winter Cloaks
from the Hyman Karp
Stock No'wdst and most
attractive f Q
worth VP,--. 1
GREAT SALE of LEATHER NOVELTIES
All tho Sample Lines and Show Room Samples Bought, from Herman Scheuer Manufac
turers and Importers of 821 Broadway, New York.
All the Leather Traveling
Rolls, Toilet ail M mien re
Sets, and Flaying Card Set
Collar Bags, Music Rolls,
Medicine Cases, Flasks, etc.
AT JUST i PRICE
A WONDERFUL OPPORTUNITY TO BUY CHRISTMAS GIFTS
Here Are Five of the Many Special Lots in This Big Half Price Sale:
Toilet Rolls, ebony
fittings, &i no
Playing Card Seta,
in leather cases
?4 Traveling Toilet
$3 Traveling Toilet
?8 Traveling Toilet
Rolls with C, 8 &
EVERYTHING IN FANCY LEATHER GOODS and NOVELTIES at PRICE
SKECIAL SALE OF LEATHER BAGS AND MESH BAGS
Goat Seal Bags in all styles,
shapes and sizes, all leather lin
ed, with Gorman Silver and
leather covered frames &4 flg
big bargains at
$3.00 German Silver
Menli Uors ring
mesh, kid lined, spe
cial at $1.98
$5.00 German Silver
Mesh Bags, kid lined
with 1-lnch fringe on
bottom, at.. g2:98
$2 and $2.50 Leather Bags at
$1 10-inch bogs, all leather
lined, several styles to choose
from worth $2 and
$2.50, on sale at. .
$1.00 German Silver
Mesh Bugs rjng
mesh unllned ' In
small sizes.... 50
BRANDEIS STORES OMAHA
Basement Sale of Shoes
women's smart Winter Footwear -INewWinter styles in vel
vets, tans and black leathers, also the "Bachelor Girl" shoo (tQ QQ
with low tops regular $?.G0 and $4 shoes on sale at.. 4i37
Women's Quilted Satin and Sucdo
Slippers, with leather solo all col
ors 'very serviceable qq
Dress and Street
Shoes In gunmetal, calf and vie!
Women'H, Misses' and GWldrcn'a
Felt Slippers In red and black
colors, felt solos at, A.Q
per pair frJC
Women's Crochet Slippers All
colors, lamb's wool soles all
sizes, on sale at,
MAYOR LUNNJENT TO JAIL
Schenectady Socialist Arrested at
Little Falls, N. Y.
REFUSES TO PAY A FINE
lie Was aiakluv Addrcaa to Ntrlklnir
Mill Workers When Police In
terrupted lllui Drulra
14TTU5 FA U.S. N. Y Nov. 15,-CJtOTRO
n. Lunn, socialist mayor' of Schenectady,
wns today found .guilty of violating tha
city ordinance recently In refus.ng to
move when the police Interrupted a
speech he wai making to striking mill
employes, lie was sentenced to pay a
fine of tv or spend fifty days in Jail.
Mayor Lunn signified his Intention of
going to Jail rather than paying the fine.
when he tatd:
"This is a question of principle and I
will never spend a dollar for quoting
Abraham Lincoln." v
The mayor then made a brief speech, In
which he said he wanted to appeal for
his rights as a citizen.
"I was not blocking truffle or causing
congestion." ho asserted. '! was about
to address a ixaceful assemblage. The
proitcutlon Is carrying on this cai on a
merj technicality and It Is prejudiced
"I am going to urge the men to use
peaceful methodt In their strike. I did
will give an address. Thero will be two
bands. Tho dny will close with fire
works and tho burning of a bull mooio
und a k. p. l. elephant
The locul demand for cornhuskers Is
far greater than tho supply. Corn Is
muklng about twenty-five to thirty bush
els per acre, thd yield being In most cases
greater than expected. Heccnt ralna have
Interfered with husking.
It tit understood locally that the Uncw'n
Telephone und Telegraph company wants
to sell Its plant In Wymore. .Tio Wymora
Independent Telephone company has ap
pointed a committee, which will go to
Lincoln. on tbe SOtli and make the Uncoln
company in offer -for tho local plant.' In
cuso they cannot buy work of construct.
Ing a plant will bo started at once.
a curve K. I'eaka at Savannah, Ma, will
bo onguged m eontruql"K engineer and
general manugor of the plant.
many as fifty women had taken part
In tho games for prizes.
Women Violate Law
KANSAS CITY. Mo., Nov. U.
Womtn'a card parties conducted undo
the name of clubs, not requiring a
membership card nor a, special Invitation,
wore branJed a violation of the gambling
law by Judge Burncy In tbe municipal
Tha caas in court was that of Mrs.
Laura Betssr. charged with disturbing
the peaca following" a quarrel with Mrs.
Kranc.es Thompson at a meeting of the
progressive high five club at the home of
Mrs. Connie Btewart. a teacher In China
l aintlng. Tha court room was filled Hh
women. Witnesses testified 'variously
that Mrs. Better gave Mrs. Thompson tht
first slap and vice versa.
After Mrs. Thompson had. administered
a friendly but resounding slap upon the
t'heek of her attorney, George Dtrmlng
WYMOKK, Neb., Nov U.-(8poclal.) I ham, to attest to the severity ol the
Local democrats hava announced plans blow she received, the court discharged
for a Wilson-Marshall ratification to bs : the women with a reprimand.
held hero Saturday afternoon. Ilarbo- Testimony showed that the club often
curd bee und coffee will b served free ' i'ad met In a public hall, that S cents
to all. li. B. richearty of South Omaha had been charged players, and that at
not rcrist arrest; I was selxcd and thrown
Jnto your Jail."
Efforts will bo made to obtain Mayor
Lunn'a release on ball pending an appeal.
DEMOCRATS OF WYMORE
PLAN FOR RATIFICATION
of Great Value in
War with Turks
LONDON, Nov. 14. The great value,
of aeroplanes In war has ben proven
by the Bulgarian army, tibt only In
reconnaissance work, but for firing con
trol. ' ' '
That the murderous accuracy of the
Bulgarian artillery was due, ' In a' meas
ure, to tha activity or the airmen Is
demonstrated in letters received from1 tha
front. . i
Any attempt by war correspondents to
telegraph news of tha employment of
flying machines by the Bulgarians dur
ing the operations has ntat with very
severe censorship, but stories are begin
ning to filter through showing that re
markably effective work has been dona
by the aeroplanes which passed through
their baptism of fire n Tripoli.
Perclval Phillips, special correspondent
of the London Ex press, sends a pic
turesque description of the flight of a bi
plane over the uuigarian army and tne
beleaguered city of Adrtanople. 11a
"The first long reconnaissance took
place on tha Tuesday following tho occu
pation of uuitapiia rasha. A military
biplane winged its way confidently to
ward tha rising sun, msklng a wide de
tour above the troops, who were full of
enthusiasm regarding this new und won
derfu) sight. Subsequently flights were
made under excellent conditions, there
being no wind
FYom the little cockpit the trained
observer with maps and glasses surveyed
the wonderful panorama of war Be
tween Xlustapha I'aahs and Adrtanople
the country Is a corrugated series of
cut by tho broad valley of tho wlndtrfg
MariUa, with a crooked yellow ribbon,
tho great Constantinople road, as the
most pronounced landmark."
Funeral Directors v
of Four States Meet
SIOUJC CITY, la., Nov. 14. Trjo Inter
state Funeral Directors' association,
which Includes the states of Iowa, South
Dakota, . Minnesota , and Nebraska, was
organised 'hero' this ' afternoon. C. T.
Westcott of -Sioux CttyTwaa elected president.-
Tho' othok- officers named are:
First vice president. - A. M. Hipie,
Wakefield, Neb., aecqnd Vice president.
.UL Woss, Berosfqrd. 8. p.; third vice
president, J.. O, Halloran. Brnlthlaud, la.;
Forest Smith. Lu-
vtrne, Minn,; secretary and treasurer,
A. 8. Klllant. Bloti City.'
Pursued by Mob,
Killedby a Train
CHAMPAIC1N, 111., Nov. 14.-To etcape
harm by a mob James Cain, a wealthy
young farmer, stepped In front of afast
Illinois Central train at Ilantoul today
and was killed,
Cain seriously wounded his 18-year-old
sweetheart, Dorothy Lowery, here last
night because she would not marry him.
lie hit, her on tho head with a hammer
and fractured her skull.
The g'.rl's relatives spread an alarm
and a mob formed and pursued -Cain
through the country last night.
Vincent Astor of Age;
Inherits Vast Riches
NEW YORK, Nov. 14.-Vlncent Astor,
who tomorrow, his twenty-first birthday,
comes into the fortune left him by his
father, the late John Jacob Astor, was
appointed today by Bheriff Julius Har
burger to the third panel of the sheriffs
Jury. Young Astor thus takes his father's
place on the "millionaire Jury." comprised
of some of. this city's wealthiest men.
WASHINGTON. Nov. H.-Colonel
Charles A. Booth. Infantry, upon his
own sDnllcatlon. Is retired front active
hills and valleys, effectually shutting off aervice to take .effect January 81. after
, ... w. -v Biimn.- !!,., nf .... w0FP Ortyrfour years1 service. He
. " . win proceed to nis nonie. , .
enemy or of our first line. To the aerial . First Lieutenant Luther Folker. Sec
hno.ivr ih.u hill, u'.n tn otid cs.vs.lrv. will DroceeU to the general
(more than a row of insignificant ridge XTl&XmlV ob"ervaUn
NEW SOCIETY TO ENCOURAGE
THE USE OF ELECTRICITY
ALBANY. N. Y., Nov. 14. The Society
for Electrical Development, with prlnolpal
office In New York City, haa Incorporated
here. Its aim Is "to establish co-operative
relations among tho different electrical
Interests in the United Btates, Canada
and Mexico with a view to increasing the
use by the publlo of electric current"
The directors Include W. A. Layman,
Webster drove, Mo.; L. A. Osborne. Pitts
burgh; A. C. Einstein, 8L Louis, Mo.;
Roger Scudder, Kirk wood, Mo,; J. R.
Crouse, Cleveland; O. M. Sanborn. In
dianapolis; Ernest McCeary. Detroit;
Ernest Freeman, W. W. Lowe and John
F. Gilchrist, Chicago.
Culls from the Wires
Thouianda of persons attended "Min
neapolis day" at the Northwestern Prod
ucts' exposition. '
A large publlo rally marked the con
clutlon of the tenth biennial convention
of the Luther League of America at Al
bany. N. Y.
Ills eminence. Cardinal John Farley of
New York City, arrived in Kansas Cty
from Los Angeles after a visit to bishops
of tho church In the west.
One hundred federals on their way
tne relor or jepeji. tniriy num 10 ins i
! south, ur seriously menaced by Zapa-
' Chester 8. Morey preildent of the i
t American Beet Sugar company will leave
Denver in a few daya for Washington, to ,
Brandeis Sensational Offer
Saturday You Can Buy This
This instrumcut is a
GENUINE Victor Vio
trola, of the same high
quality which charac
terizes all products of
the Victor Company,
and is equipped with all
the EXCLUSIVE Vic-
trola PATENTED fea
tures. VICTROLA H.
This la tho FIRST op-
nortunltv vnii'vn EVHn YA
Phonograph. Parlor Pom- to purchase a victroia itko
6 " thin for only ONK HUN-
pei&n Room. dred dollars.
Boys' Shoos, made of uervlceablo
leathers with. Army soles Blupher
styles in all sizes j (f
at, pair , . , pl.OU
Men's High Out Hunting Shoes
- With ID-ln. tons, In tan and blac!c
kldskln, all sizes, (t- QQ I leathers, special (t?0 fi C
per pair JI.OO' at Pi7D
Girls' High Jockey Boots lu pat
ent or gunmetal leathers, all
sizes, on sale at, (t -t a q
per pair p X efr7
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