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SHOP TIII3 EVENING
OR AS EARLY
AS YOU CAN.
If you are undecided what to buy, by all means
come to Brandeis Stores in the morning. You can walk
through the aisles and see hundreds of suitable gifts at
the prices you wish to pay.
Mothers will find it very convenient to leave their
small children in our free nursery and playroom, in
charge of two competent nurses. The children will be
delighted and mothers will be free from care.
Ycu'll Save Much Time
If You Shop By Our
"Transfer System." Ask
at the First Counter
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Offlaia's wm waft Chris
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Cordially Welcomes the Last Day BuyersThis Great Store With Its 1,000 Courteous Clerks is at Your Service
n do your last days' buying here betterlhananywhorpel.se. Greater stocks-broader aisles better elevator service better light and better ventilation. A creat modern perfect 1 v " m
st of your time, you can buy here more quickly from bigger varieties. Make the most of your money, the amount you have to spend will buy more and better present Knf ! .UIPP? t i a'storp-
' ls kiiuruiy at JJraiHieia Stores
Gifts That Delight Women
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GIFTS of JEWELRY
Specie 1 Prices Prevail for Saturday
Special Sale of Toilet Sets for women, for
men and for boys and girls; all the prices
Special Men's Toilet Sets at $1.39
Those clever new styles in Mesh Bags, very
popular, at special prices, $20.00 down
Latest arrivals of Beaded Bags all marked
at special prices.
Coral Brooches and Tie Pins, Diamond Bracelets,
Cuff Links, Kings on special sale.
Women's Shirt Waist Rlngg, solid gold 10K, worth
up to $6, at 31.9S
American made movement boys' and men's thin
model watches, 7 Jewel, fitted with 10-year guar
anteed gold filled cases, worth $10, at $0.98
Hollow Handle Knives and Forks,
worth $10, set of 12 pieces.
Tea Spoons, worth $1.50, set of
Dessert Bpoons, worth $3, set of
I t $2.25
Table Spoons worth $3.50, set of
'. t $2.75
Coffee Spoons worth $1.75, set of
Oystej Forks worth $2.50,
at SI .75
Rogers & Hamilton
Berry Spoons worth $1.50 at. . . .$1
Orange Spoons worth $2.50, set of
Blx. at $1.75
Cream Ladle, worth $1 each, at 49
Gravy Ladle, worth $1.25, at 75
Oyster Ladle, worth $2.75 at 82.25
Xforitnm Ladle worth 13. at f .fk
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Cold Meat Forks, worth $1, at 75 3
Salad Forks, worth $3. at. ..$2.50 "
Plain knives and forks, worth 14.60,
set. of 12 pieces $3.75
Salad Set, spoon and fork, worth $3.
THIS SILVERWARE GUARANTEED FOR 20 YEARS
Brandeis Never Carry
Over Any Toys
From One Season to
We open each season with all new poods.
Before we close Saturday night we will sell all
our Toys, Dolls, Games and Holiday Goods of every
To dispose of everything we have made many
extraordinary price reductions.
Saturday will be the best bargain day ever known
in BRANDEIS TOYLAND.
Matched Fur Sets are gifts that never fail to
please. Here are sets of r frflA i r
various popular furs at. . . V)-vl"" 1 5
A Special Lot of VERY FINE FUR SETS
Black Wolf, Black Fox, Red Fox, Blue
Wolf, Canadian Marten, Chinese Mink,
Brook Mink, etc. worth from (?OC
$30.00 to $45.00; at, a set $.D
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SPECIAL SALE OF SILK AND NET WAISTS
ror oaiuraay, we orrer your choice of all
.in. i . .
"in waiBis, newest models, most
Saturday in Millinery
WOMAN'S HAT in Our
Entire Stock, that has
been selling up to $15.00. .
Department ANY f (
This Includes hundreds of up to date midwinter modeU
large and small shapes, Including fur hats. This Is
a remarkable offer just before Christmas.
Blacks and all desirable colors, worth
Make acceptable gifts, at 25c, 39c and..
Popular colors, all sizes, worth $8.50,
our women's finest net
st up to date styles
Just One-Half Trice.
umt-nB nam iioDes Here ls a
special lot, actually worth up to
Your unrestricted choice of any Woman's Cloth Tailored
Suit in Our Stock (imported models excepted) for $17.50
Women's Winter Cloaks All this
season's up to date models, val
ues up to $18, CIA
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Candy for Christmas
IN POMPEIAN ROOM
Fine Box Candles for gifts, at, per lb., 60c, 50c, 40c,
26c and SOd
Fancy Baskets filled with choicest confections, at each
75c, up to SIO
Imported French Fruits, at per lb l0
Empty Candy Boxes and Cornucopias, at per dozen 10c
8per.lt 1 Inducements to Sunday Schools, Churches, etc.
Brandeis Flower Dept.,
New Store, South Side
Immense showing of Cut
Flowers, Blooming Plants,
and Evergreens at Special
Flower department open
Sunday morning In Lobby
ARTICLES FOR CHRISTMAS DECORATIONS
In Oar Stationery Department M&ln rioor.
Fol.lin- Paper Bella, at ... ...S5o down to lo
Paper Garlands, In red, green and holly, at 6o, lOo and 150
Dennlson's Crepe Paper, the beat, In red, green, white, etc, per roll, at loo
lennlon' Decorated Orepe Paper, with holly dpalffn. per roll, at 16o
Holly Paper launch Sets, table cloth, napkins and dollies, per net. at 350
Holly Paper Dollies, per dozen, lOo and 15o Holly Paper Napkins," per' dozen", 6o
Holly Paper Streamers, at , s0
Holly Paper for wrapping packages, put up In rolls, at . 50
Holly Tissue Paper, In roll, at iOo Tally Cards, dozen, up from' . '.36c
Dinner Cards Christinas designs, per dozen, at T, . ag0 (0 f50
Empty holly boxes In various sizes and shapes, to hold Christmas gifts', 60, lOo, 15c
Wosd for Burning
Placquea, boxes, whisk
boom holders, match hold
ers, trays, picture frames,
etc values up to
35c choice, Jjg
Our Itegular Pyroffraphlc
. Outfits, worth $4.60, with
No. 46 nolnt. lare-e hnlh
best tubing and
In Brandeis Drug Section
26e Xmu Perfumes 16c
$1 60 Manicure Pets .... 89o
We have a complete line of
pocket manicure sets, up
76c Toilet Waters 49o
Plnaud's Lllao Toilet Water,
$1.00 Flower Girl Toilet
Hair Brushes, 91.00 to 93.00
$1.00 Traveling Cases.. 4o
2Bc Hydrogen Peroxide.. 80
calces Ivory Soap ISO
26c fanltol Cream 14o
2Bc Rublfoam 190
26c Lllao Talcum to
EOo Java Hire Powder. . aso
Mm. Tale's special demon
stration Is still at our toilet
goods section. Don't fall to
see her If you are Interested.
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LONG TRIP FOR CORNELL CLUB
la Omaha, the Farthest Point West,
FLANS FOR THE BOYS IH OMAHA
Hereptloa la the Afternoon, with
Concert at Iloyd In Grrnlat and
Dance Later at the
The Cornell musical clubs, which will
come to Omaha Derember 2t, are making
the longest trip that they have ever at
tempted. Omaha In the farthest western
point and most of the large cities between
here and Ithaca will be visited. The first
concert after leaving home was given In
Rochester, X. Y.. from .there the clubs
going to Cleveland, Chicago. Milwaukee
and then reach Omaha. From here they go
to Kansas City, Ht. Louis, Cincinnati. Pitts
burg and New York City. Kverywhere the
club are being greeted enthusiastically by
Cornall alumni and elaborate efforts are
being made to entertain them.
ENGLISH DELAYS TRIAL
SO WIFE MAY GET DIVORCE
Several Parties hears Aa-reemente,
Slopplna Suits I'niler Way la
' District Co art.
Caspar Brhults, whose trial on a charge
of wife abandonment was to have been be
gun In district court Friday, has offered
to pay his wife S9U0 and to make no resist
ance; to a suit for divorce. If she will start
It, If she will drop the prosecution for wife
abandonment. Mrs. Schultz has accepted
tha offer. County Attorrey English con
tinued the case against Bchulti indefinitely
Friday morning. If Schults carries out his
promises the case will be dlsmlxsfd; If not,
it will be tried early In January.
The wife atandenineut case of the state
Mai list Oscar Henderson was dismissed on
motion of tha county attorney. Henderson
and bis wife having become leconclled.
The case of the state agulnst Walter
Jones, charged with larceny, was dismissed
for want of prosecution.
THE FLYINCJ MKRCl'RY. Bv Eleanor
Ingram. 195 Pp. SI. 50. Bobbs-Merrlll
This book tells a charming love story
between a manly young fellow and a sweet
and gentle girl. Besides the love story
we follow the development of a quarrel be
tween father and son and witness the sav
ing of a fine young fellow from his In
herited weaknesses. The motor races and
the rescuo of the young man, who Is the
hero's cousin, are all excellently worked
8AI.OMY JANFX Ry Bret Harte. 78 Pp.
SI. Houghton-Mlfflln company.
This popular love story of the west now
appears for the first time In a separate
edition. Illustrated In color by Harrison
Fisher and Arthur I. Keller, and bound In
blue and gold.
THFi STRENGTH OF THR WEAK. By
Mary Dixon Thacker. 4"i0 Pp. 1.&0.
I roadway Publishing company.
This story deals with the problem of
the "other woman" and the race question
of the south It Is marked by many in
tense situations and climaxes.
quest of exercise
adventure and Impressions. Being a poet
as well as a man of action, the adventurer
had an experience which his temperament
and tastes qualified him- to enjoy to the
full and his' recital makes a thrilling narrative.
THE HINGING MOUSE STORIES. By
Emerson Hough. 236 Pp. SI. iiobbs-Mcr-rlll
"Thoughts," said the Blnglng Mouse
softly, "thoughts and remembrances. These 1
are the- things that live forever. It ls
only the shadows that are real." A deli
cate whim it Is that makes a little mouse,
gliding out of the shadows and sitting in
the firelight when all the house is still,
the narrator and Interpreter In Mr.
INSTITUTE CHILDREN AIDED
, oo4na of World Lodge Doaales
' Ton for Each Child Others
Help la Work.
The Janitor of the Child Saving Institute
was preparing to go to bed when the tele
phone rang and the message caused h'm
hurriedly to array himself In his vesture
and harrledly to advance upon the Wood-
men of the World headquarters.
Alpha camp had telephoned that upon
the camp's own Christmas tree hung a
lot of tos for the children of the Insti
tute and that If the Institute wanted them
it had best send a messenger at onee.
The toys were so numerous that each
child will get one of them.
A letter received by Superintendent A.
W. Clark Thursday sayat 'Kncioaed please
find Si for a merry Christmas for number
No such number Is on the books of the
Institute and the Intent of the anonymous
writer, a woman, ls probably to give the
money to any child or children. Oiher
gifts similarly designated and similarly
arionjmcus have been received through
THE I'NUVEP IJFE OF I.ITTl,E MARY
KI.L.KN. By Ruth Mclienry Stewart. !U
Pp. $1. Bobbs-Merrlll company.
In this new story of Slmklnsville, that
quulnt vlllase, Mrs. Stuart reveals the
mysteries of mother-love and the gentle
and unselfish kindness of simple hearts.
Bizarre, Indeed, Is the mother-mystery she
crai.-a amid that homely setting, and
strange the call upon the friendly hearts.
Bhe touches our sympathies, and stirs our
desires to the end that we are minded to
live In charity with all our neighbors.
THU RAJNBRIIWJH MYSTHRY. Bv
Grace Tylor Pratt. 200 Pp. SI. 20. Sher
man. Flench V Co.
An Interesting story of mystery which
remains mystery to the end. There la a
pretty love story threading Its way through
the narrative. The scene of the story is
laid In New England, and the characters
are well drawn.
By Frank Wal
TIIK OOI,IE. ROAD,
ler Allen. Pp. 11.50.
The setting of this story Is laid In Ken
tucky. It Is a tale of the open road with
the spirit of the woods and the river, yet.
wlthall. something happena every-now-and-then
that's whimsically adventurous. The
hook hss a fceiies of charming Illustrations
and borders by George Hood.
OPEN WATER By James B Connolly.
S22 Pp. 11.60. Charles fcribner'a Sons.
A volume of short stories full of the
fresh air and Tying spray of the sea. They
tell of tha tlbherman of Gloucester, the
seaman of the navy and smugglers.
THE RIVER AND I Hv John G. Net
hardt. SLi I f2 u. P. Putnam s Sons.
Mr. Nelhardt tells the story of his des-
MOODS AND MEMORIES.
Sympathy and understanding, light and
shadow, enter Into this little booklet of
verse. Mrs. Miller Is a Nebraska girl,
who lives In Omaha, which e.dds Interest to
her attractive verses.
THE GIRL, T I,OVED. Bv James Whit
comb Riley. S2. Bobbs-Merrlll company.
A Christmas edition of one of Mr. Riley's
most charming poems. The cover design
and tinted drawings are by Howard Chand
ler Christy, and the marginal decorations
by Margaret Anderson.
RILEY'S SONG OF HOM'e. By James
Whltcomb Riley. 130 Pp. $1.25. The Bobbs
A collection of songs about "home-folks"
end "cheery words," and the practical
things of every-day lives and the simple
virtues that' makes these lives beautiful.
FRONTIER BALLADS. Bv Joseph Mills
Hanson.' 92 Pp. $1. McClurg & Co.
A collection of poems under three heads
Soldier songs, Prairie songs and River
songs all teeming with the strife and vigor
of pioneer life.
THE I.I'RK OF LIFE. By Oliver Opp
Dyke. 128 Pp. SI. Sherman, French ft
wllch Impelled the Pilgrim Fathers to
withdraw from the Church of England.
CACTI'S AND PINE. Bv Sharlot M.
Hall. 204 Pp. 11.50. Sherman. French A
The spirit of the west finds animated ex
pression In these poems. The author has
lived the life of the southwest and her
verse pictures vividly a domain too little
THE POEMS OF MAX EHRMANN. 200
Pp. $1.60. Dodge Publishing company.
A complete collection of the shortpr
prose and verse poems of Mr. Ehrmann. In
cluding the "Light, of the Sun," a short
DARII'S GREEN AND HIS FLYING
MACHINE. By John T. Trowbridge. 60
cents. Houghton-Mifflin company.
The first separate edition of this famous
poem Is laug-hably illustrated by Wallace
Goldsmith. Every one who witnessed or
read about the aviation meets should pos
sess this hilarious classic.
THE Yl'KON. By
Si. George H. Doran
of short lyrics in varying
POEMS OF ALEXANDER POSEY. Col
lected and arranged by Mrs. Minnie H.
Posey. ISO Pp. SI. Crane & Co.
A collection of verse mostly on themes of
THE PILGRIMS. By Isaac C Ketler.
206 Pp. Fleming H. Revell company.
An epical Interpretation of the character
and an attempted revelation of the motives
DERBY DAY IN
Yukon Bill. 128 Pp.
The rough frontier life of Alaska Is here
exploited. For the most part the verses
are In dialect and narrate various happen
ings under the Arctic circle.
BIOUARD. By Arthur Peterson. 1S6 Pp.
George W. Jacobs & Co.
Slguard Is depicted as a young Norse
rover, and the action Is supposed to take
place about the middle of the fifth century.
Ills Rallaaj Passion.
The young man waited for the million
"I don't blame you for wanting to marry
my daughter," said the latter. "And now
how much do you suppose you and .she
can worry along on?"
The youth brightened up.
"I-I think." he cheerfully stammered,
"that S'JOO.ono well Invested would produce a
The millionaire turned back to his papers.
"Very well," he said, "I will give you
Sioo.ooo providing you raise a similar
And the young man went away sorrow
ing. Cleveland Plain Dealer.
Will Exhibit Big Red
Clover from Oregon
Rodman, Land Booster for Deschutes
Valley, to Display Products
at Land Show.
How they grow red clover thlrty-Blx
Inches t--',i for two cuttings a year will be
the subject of an exhibit from the
Deschutes valley of Oregon at the Omaha
W. 8, Rodman, an Omaha real estate
agent who is leaving the Nebraska field
to grasp the opportunity of the growing
northwest, Is to put on the land show dis
play. It will be In charge of O. A. Tor
gerson, an Omaha attorney, who Is also to
leave for the northwest.
The new town of Redman Is to be the
center of the country under development.
This town will within three months be
served by both the Hill end Harrlman sys
tems. The Hill line Is all but complete.
"The Dechutes valley Is close enough to
the coast to get some of the ameliorating
Influences of the Japanese current," said
Mr. Rodman, "so we really have but little
winter. The climate la mild and temperate.
"The products of the soil there are of
wide range, including grains, grasses and
fruits. We are especially proud of the
alfalfa. The breaking up of the ranges is
.snaking land which will grow these valu-'
able feeds more valuable and there Is
every Indication that our land there will
steadily rise In value."
Redman now has a population of about
301 persons. The town Is but S years old
and In Its Infancy bears the promise of
rapid development. Cook county, In which
it Is situated, ls without saloons. As a
measure of the big way things are meas
ured out there It Is the boast of the boost
ers that their county la as big as the state
Kate Welson. B19 North Thirty-third
street, frame dwelling, S2.&00; Thomas Spell
msn. 33'M Noieh Thirtieth street, frame
Bo Mot Be Misled by imitations !
Great Special Sale of the Famous
The Petticoats that fit snuggly about
the waist and hi;s without a wrinkle,
crease or fold.
$5 s;lk $(H)98
Klosfit Petticoats O
$3.00 Klosfit Petticoats
$2.50 Klosfit Petticoats
Choice of Any of Our Cotton
Sateens, Feathersilks or Moreens at
just y3 OFF
$2.00 Klosfit Petticoats -
$1.50 Klosfit Petticoats
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bear this trade -mark on every
package, and are made only by
WALTER BAKER &
A steady growth of
Bee wants ads
Has placed it at the head of the list in about all
the important classifications. It prints morn
inches of advertising under
Announcements Educational Dressmaker
Personal Automobiles Real Estate
As well as many other heads than any other pub
lication in Nebraska.
Call Tyler 1000 and ask about it A cheerful staff
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