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THE BRIO: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, DKCIOMBKR 4, t!U2.
8 A M.
8 A. M.
VOKMKIMjV T1IK BHNNKTT COMPANY, 10TH AND 1IAHNKY
Extraordinary Clearance Sale of
Exclusive High Class Garments
Former Prices $45 to $$9.SO, C TJ
Choice, During Clearing Sale tFiuO
Our undisputed supremacy in the display and sale of high
class garments is maintained only by careful foresight and by
expert supervision of our stocks.
The modern methods of merchandising adopted by us require that no gar
ments remain in stock beyond a very limited period of time.
This sale is announced in order that this result may be achieved. We have selected from our regular stock THREE HUN
DRED SEVENTY GARMENTS, ALL HIGH CLASS, including street and evening- Gowns, Dancing- Frocks, tailorod Dresses of
cloth and velvet walking- Costumes, plain tailored and fancy Suits and Coats for street or evening- wear.
Ordinary methods of sale would result in a slight reduction being made in each
individual price. Our modern methods require that we offer all of these high
class garments regardless of former prices, at tie price, TWENTY-FIVE DOLLARS.
Though many of these reductions may appear impossible, Orkin Brothers wish to omphasizc that in no one case has tho val
ue been exaggerated to tho least extent. Some of these garments are displayed in our windows and inspection of thorn in our
Cloak and Suit department will convince any prr :ctive purchaser.
STREET DRESSES AND EVENING GOWNS
14 Gowns formerly $50.00..
23 Gowns formerly $59.90..
21 Gowns formerly $65,00..
16 Gowns fonnerly $69.50..
9 Gowns formerly $75.00.:
9 Gowns formerly $79.50..
8 Gowns formerly $85.00. .
7 Gowns formerly $89.50..
107 Gowns in all.
CLOTH AND VELVET SUITS
STREET COATS AND EVENING WRAPS
9 Suits formerly $45.00
20 Suits formerly $50.00
37 Suits formerly $59.50
28 Suits formerly $65.00
8 Suits formerly $69.50
20 Suits formerly $75.00
17 Suits formerly $79.50
9 Suits formerly $85.00
11 Suits formerly $89.50
159 Suits in all.
20 Coats formerly $45.00,
24 Coats formerly $50.00,
19 Coats formerly $59.50,
12 Coats formorly $65.00,
14 Coats formorly $75.00
7 Coats formorly $79.50
5 Coats formerly $85.00
3 Coats formerly $89.50
104 Coats in all
BRIEF CITY NEWS
St&ck-Talconar Co.. Undertakers.
Have Boot Print It Now Beacon Press.
lighting' rixtures. Burrjesa-Granden Co.
Bailey the Dentist, City Nafl. D. 2666,
Diamond, Iioana I at 2,4 and 5 pot
tent. W. C. Flatuu, 1511 Dodge. KM WIS
The Sarlrj Hallt, once formed 'leads
to Independence. Nebraska SavinBs and
J.oan Ass'n.. organized 1SST., lt5 Farnain
HCrn. Johnson Tiles Answer Mrs.
Mario Johnston has riled an nnswer and
cross petition to the suit for divorce ot
Harry B. Johnston.
Orkin Buyers In the East M. U. Qrl In,
A. S. Levitt and a number of the buyer,
of Orkin brothers, aro In Chicago , and
2"ew York restocklns their holiday poods
nnd purchasing the latest holiday novel
Wcod and Stall Go East I". U. ead
nnd -William Stull 'have Kono to Boston
iui representatives pf the Commercial
olub' d'f Omaha at the ' National Ulvers
and Harbors ' convention, which meets
December 4. E and 6.
Explosion Son Slight Damage 11 ro
broke out In the home of Henry Ii.
rtVooley, 20CK North Twenty-eighth street
when a gasoline stove exploded. The fire
department arrived and extinguished the
blaze before but slight damage had been
Xnnootnt Parties Sue-s-Joseph F. Wlc
lna of Benson, a party to a feud, has
been sued In county court for $M0 for
damages sustained by Innocent parties
who received "curses" directed against
"Wlclna. Ioraine B. Ingnacker, who
rented a house from Wlclna, brings the
eult. " ,
ZTavj Olub In New Quarters The
Kavy club has moved from the old .quar
ters at Nineteenth and I'arnam to 410
raxton block. The change, while not
providing any additional room, was' made
through the handlners of the ntw location
which affords, together with tiesiiablllt:.
of the roomy, many modern Improvements
not enjoyed In the old.
Replevins Stolon Suit William Gray
has secured ii writ of replevin In tho
court of Justice Iodrr for the recovery
of a blue serge suit of rlothes which ho
located In the pawn shop of S. Kessel
man. Eleventh and Douglas streets. It
had been stolen from Gray's home last
Saturday. Gray was down town at his
work and when his wife left tho house
for a few hours to do soma, shopping
some ono entered tho house and stole
the suit. When t was located at file pawn
I shop and Identified Mr. Kesselnian re
j fused to give it up until the writ of
, replevin w?s secured.
1 0maha Uni Alumni
; . Staff is Elected
I The election ot members of tho staff
for the annuai, which the students at the
University ot Omaha will publish this
year, resulted In tho following being
chosen,' Kd tor-ln-."h!ef, Santon Salisbury;
assistant editor-ln-chlef. Oldham I'alsloy;
j business manager, George ,Perclval;
assistant business manager, Marllla Case.
jThls will be the firnt anual ever" publlsl-od
by the students at the local Institution
I and so Instead of embracing the history
jnf only the piesent yeaV, It will Include
I the four years that the school has been In
, exittence. Tho other members ot the staff
' will be appointed sometime this week.
REPUBLICAN FUND $904,828
Brother of President Largest Con
tributor in Recent Campaign.
SMALL BALANCE STILL REMAINS
I'lflj Tlioiixnnd llollnra (liven liv
l.elmiil nnil TiTouty-Klvr 'riinii
anml Kneli by .Morfrnii
a ml t'lirneule,'
Paw Paw Pills
Munyon'a Paw-Paw Pills at unlike all
other laxatives or rathartlc They coax
iho liver Into activity by gentle methods.
h'bty do not tvour, they do not gripe:
they do not weaken- but they do start
nil tho secretions of the liver and stom
ach in n wav that soon puts these or
pans in a healthy condition and cor
.Miinyun ! Paw-l'aw Pills s,e a tonli
to the stomach, liver and nerves. They
Invigorate Instead of weaken: they en
rich the blood Instead of Impoverish It.
they enable the stomach to get all th
nourlshment from forfd that Is put Into
These nil's contain no atom) mi
dnoe hc are i-ouihlng. healing and
stimulating. The school the bowels to
art without physic Price X cents. AJl
CALABRIA SAYS COURT .
HOUSE MUST. BE KEPTCLEAN
Joseph M. Calabria, superintendent ot
the county building, Is about to become
an Inventor, not because lie wants to be
tone, but because he has to. .Mr. Calabria
j must Invent a device to enable his Jan
itors to clean (he Inner ledges of the
I rotunda railings of the second and third
j floors of tho building.
1 One wouU think the Janitors could
reach down with a brush and take off
the .-'ist. That Is tiue; but dusting it not
! Calabria's Idea of cleaning. He vays dutt
j lr' will do from day to day, but the
j ledges must be washed every so often
i If they ar to be really clean.
The use o safety belts attached to the
J railings Is not safe, for th ratings are
sect! re' with plaster of purlu and n
severe Jerk might loosen them. The other
I day a Janitor got out on a ledire to
' e'ean It with one hand. IraiiKing on to,
the railing with the other. Calabria
wouldn't stand for this. lie didn't want
i anyone to risk breaking his neek. But
he Is going to devise some scheme to
i inako It possible to clean those ledges In
WASHINGTON, Dec. S. Charles P.
T.itt of Cincinnati, brother of the presi
dent, led the contributors to (he repub
lican campaign fund with 1H,000, accord
ing to tho final ttatement of the repub
lican national committee filed with the
clwk of the house today. The total con
trlbutluTfl received reached J!"04,82S. Tim
expenditures were J90O,3l, for speakers,
salaries, advertising, rent and other pur
poses, Including 75,O0O to tho American
Association of Foreign Newspapers.
In the list ot Individual contributions
wore Items of JTiO.WO from Francis 1 1e
land of New York. J23.O0O each from J.
I'. Morgan and Andrew Carnegie, while
the Vale Taft club, class of '78. In New
Jersey, contributed $14,723, and Harry B.
Itosengurten. Philadelphia, H0.500.
Of President Taft's cabinet, Secretary
of the Navy Meyer contributed JJ.500 and
Secretary Knox, Attorney General Wick
ersham and Postmaster General Hitch
cock 51,000 each. Among ambassadors,
Lars Anderson, ambassador to Toklo,
contributed J10.000; It. C Kerens, at
Vienna, J5.W); Myron T. Herrlck. am
batsador to France, and T. J. O'Brien,
ambassador to Italy. (1,000 each.
Six IO,IOI Contributions.
There were $10,000 contributions each
front William Nelson Cromwell, Drexel
& Co., the I'nlon League club of Phila
delphia. J. B. Ford, New York, Kdwfn 8.
and ( hi r!n W. Harkness, New York.
A. HutchltiK and V. It. 1). Hutchlus
of Morrjstown, N. J., combined, con
tributed $$.000. the Union League club of
New York and Adolph Leulsuhn & Sons,
n.M0 each; It. A. C. Smith of New York,
Among the JJ.000 contributions were Kd.
win Gould, Assistant Secretary of State
Huntington Wilson, George Kutus of
Washington, D. C; Arthur C James. A.
D. .Milliard, J. W. Scllgman company.
George It, ShHdon, Otto T. Bnnnard, F.
Q. Brown, George Lauder nnd Lloyd
Bryce. Among the J2,W contributions
were Senator Hoot, New York; Senator
Wetmore, Ilhode Island; Senator Crane,
Massachusetts; former Senator Franklin
Murphy, New Jersey; Wllllnm A. Mar
burg, Baltimore; William Whitman, Bos
ton; Henry Phlpps, Ogden ..illls, J. W.
Sellgman and William Steward Todd, all
of New York.
Tho 11,000 contributors Included. Mis.
ivars Anderson; Mary M. Kmcry, Cincin
nati; Mrs. Charles I). Norton, New York;
Senators Sanders, Tennessee, and Dupont,
Delaware; II. C. Frlck. Pittsburgh; Itob-
ert T. Lincoln, ChiCHgo; Mrs. Whltelaw
Held, former Mayor Heth Iaiw, Now
York; Julius Flelschmann, Cincinnati;
Mrs. Russell Sage, Robert Goelet, New
York; Henry W. Taft, also a In other ot
the president; Frank S. Strceter, Concord,
N. II.. and Representative Olmsted of
to Aid of Sickles
NKW YORK, Dec. 3.-A portion of that
wealthy cotrle of men forming the third
panel of the sheriff's Jury tonight voted
H.000 to be "'expended Judiciously" at the
sale Wednesday by the sheilff of the
personal effects of General Daniel K,
Sickles. Vincent Astor, Cornelius Vamler
hilt, George Khret and several otheis i f
the millionaire Jurors were not present.
The committee appointed to handle the
money wilt canvass the first and seootid
panels of Jurors and hopes eaoh wl
Hiibscrlbe a similar sum and that with
this !3,OQ0 and Individual contribution
from the millionaires who were absent
today a fund sufficient to wipe out the
Judgment of Jfi.KK) against the aged gen
eral can be secured and the sal3 stopped.
How to Look Years
Less Than Your Age
SOME STOLEN PROPERTY
William Wright, charged with looting a
; Northwestern railroad car and disposing
of the stolen goods to Loulcano I'almo. a
'fcecond hand dealer, as an Innocent pur
' chaser, is on trial In district court.
One of the wltnesias against Wright
was J. A. I.eary. assistant to the general
. freight agent of the Northwestern. Lcary
' recently married In Philadelphia and he
t and his bride came to Omaha to live The
car which was looted contained Leary's
household goods He Identified Mime of
his stolen linen
Kty to the Sltuatlon-Bec Advertulnr. i
(From The Dermatologist. i
The most aged face will look years
younger after the ise of ordinary iner
colized wax for fiom ten da lo too
weeks, This lemarkable substance, be
cause of Its peculiar absorptive powei,
actually remove the thin veil of faded
or withered outer cuticle, a little at a
time. Gradually the fresh, mole youth
ful skin underneath is revealed. Tills
absorption process being a purely hygi
enic one. an entire''' natural complexion
is acquire? o.ulte different IrJtn the ar
tificial complexion, which appears any
thing but girlish, though often bearing
painful evldem-e of cliUJlihnf r An
ounce of mercallzed wax. obtainable at
any drug store. Is sufficient to rejuv
enate any comploxion. It U put on like
cold crociin at bedtime, and re.moved
mornings with warm uudsy water.
To eradicate such are marks as
wrinkles and furrow, make a wash lo
tton by dissolving an ounce of powdered
aaxollte In a half pint wlt'h hazel This
has wonderful astringent and tonic orop
ertles. It null kly effaces ad Kinds of
wrinkles no matter how caused making
the SKM nrin amootn aU'J viv'-r .". "
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AD MEN HEAR LECTURE
ON BEST) ADVERTISING
Tlie first Illustrated lecture In the
Omaha Ad club's course on advertising
was given yesterday at the Paxtou hotel
by Charles A. Alden. The subject dealt
with "The Advertising Man" and was
written by a member of the educational
committee of the Advertising Clubs of
Truth in advertising and the psychol
ogy of advertising appeal were the doml
' riant qualities of the discourse. The iec.
' ture was Illustrated by photographs ot
jpromlnent advertising managers and writ
ers of the t'nlted States and pictures of
'factories and Industries which have been
i butll up by successful advert'lslug.
Begin Their Suit
to Enjoin Officers
HASTINGS, Neb., Dec. X-(Speclal Tel
egram.) In tho district court tonight
Judges Travis of Falls City and Perry
of Cambridge, picsldlng In place ot
Judge Duiignn of this district, granted
a temporary restraining order, prohibiting
the new officials of the Modern Wood
men of America from enforcing the In
creased Insurance rates ordered by th
head camp to begin January 1 next.
The hearing on the question whether
the temporary order shull be niadu per
manent whs fixed i"or March 1", l!H.
"This derision gives us practically
everything we wanted," said M. L. Corey,
chairman of the Insurgents' committee.
"The order means If the Illinois Injunc
tion Is sustained by the appellate court
of that slate we will not have to. try Ihu
Nebrasku case, w'heieas If the Injunction
In that state is dissolved then we shall
go ahead with the trial of the pending
Nebraska case on the date set. The Illi
nois Injunction protects tlje entlie mem
bership as the Modern Woodmen ot
America Is on Illinois corporation."
Attorney Sillier of Chicago mid N. C.
Pratt of Omaha failed In their prelimi
nary effort to get the ctse continued.
The argiimrnt on the application for the
Injunction was made by these attorney
for the head offlceis mid by Coroy of
Clay Center. Karl Ileghtol of Hastings,
F. A. Anderson of lloldrege, C. W. Lyon
of Des Moines for the Insui gents. The
restraining order ties up the new rntes
for the entlie state until the date fixed
No change wan made In Somerset, which
remained at $1.10 nnd Rnglnnd nt fit cents.
MAUTFOItD CITY. Ind., Dec. 3,-Thc.
price of Indiana oil was Increased rt
cents, according to nn nunouncemeul
made by the Indiana Pipe Lino company
today This makes Indiana nnd South
Lima Jl.ll a barrel and North Lima
IMC. The advance Is attributed to the
Increased tike of gasoline,
Women Jurors Pray
KLDOItA DO, Ifan."" Dec. 3.-Dellbera-lions
by the first Jury composed entirely
of women that has tried a case In Kansas
vere begun with prayer. Mrs. Harris K.
Riley, forewoman of that Jury, which
sat In a land damage suit hem Friday,
described today the feelings of the twelve
women anil their efforts to reach a verdict.
ADVANCES ARE ANNOUNCED
IN PRICES OF CRUDE OIL
PITTSHFRri Pa Dec. 3.-The prn
clpal grades of trude oil were advanced
" cents h barrel tnditv the price being
baited on SI 'J fur Pennsylvania crud"
FORMER GOVERNOR TAYLOR
OF KENTUCKY MARRIED
LOmSVILLU, Ky, Deo. 3.-Announce-munl
was made here today of tho mar
riage at Jalneitown, N. Y yesterday of
former Governor Wllllnm S. Taylor of
Kentucky and Mrs. Norn Meyer. They
will make their home In Indianapolis,
I ml., whero Governor Taylor has resided
since the turbulent period following the
(israsslnatlon ot Governor Goebel twelve
How lo Bankrupt the )ueorn.
A prominent New York physician says
"If It were not for (he thin stockings
and thin soled shoes worn by women
the doctors would probably be bankrupt.''
When you contract a cold do not wult
for It to develop Into pneumonia, hut
treat II at once. Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy Is Intendid especially for cofigha
and colds, nnd liaa won a wide reputa
tion by Its euros of these diseases. It Is
most effectual and Is pleasant and saft)
I to take For sale by all dealers. Adver
, t sement
New inserted tiosmike
strong where others
2 for 25 cents
CLUETT, PEAJIODY flc COMPANY
WILL OF J. J, DERIGHT
IS FILED FOR PROBATE
The will of the late J. J. Derlght be
queathlng his entire estate to IM wife,
Mrs. Orpha Smith Derlght. was filed for
probate In county court yestorduy.
The petition for probate estimates the
real estate at I13.0XI and the isouKl iv.
late at JIO.OOO. Application for uppo in
inent of Mrs. Derlght ns special adminis
tratrix was filed. Hl:e was appo'uted and
allowed 1&0 a month pending final djspo-
lion of tlie estate.
In ti e will Mrs. DerigM Ii named t
exe atrix bM under the pr..tat" l.vs h r
anonttH?nt cannot be confirmed for Be -eial
weeks heace hut nr. . ' it p i-
or indigestion, but more often from
general weakness, and lead to appal
ling conditions unless checked.
Treat the cause, not, the effect.
SCOTT'S EMULSION overcomes nervous
ness in a wonderful, permjment way by making
life-sustaining blood corpuscles; it nour
ishes the nerve centres and acts as a
bracing tonic to build you up.
Scott's Emulsion does not stupefy
it feeds them in Nature's way.
tk itt & IWjwkr BlTrroBcM K J 11-9
"Tho Ifolol of American Ideals"
Hotel Powktai ,
nt 18th anil II Streets
Maw, fireproof. BnxoPaau Plaa
ltoorns, ktnclie(l butii, f((l,ot,
Itooins, private Iinth, $i:.50,
100 per cent. Kire, Qerpi and DUat '
I'roof. Two Mocha from Whjte
House, and near all points
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LEWIS HOTEL COMPANY, ZCn
Ownars and Operators. '
Direction and Mauaffemant 1
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34th St. East at Park Ave.
Subway Entrance NEW YORK
The World's Most
Each roora with a bath,
Single room, with bath, $3, $4, $5, $6, yM
Double room, with bath, $5, $6, $7, $8, per
Double bedroom, boudoir drnu'nj room aod
bath. $7. $10. $12, pet day. '
Suit ci, parlor, bedroom and bath, $10, $12,
$15, $16, per day
T.M.HHUard, Manning Directs
Walton H. Marshall, Mwgmt