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THE BEE: OMAHA. SATT7RDAY, OCTOBER 14. 1911.
Brandeis Stores Show the Qnfy
of Women's Smart Suits, Coats and Dresses
Every woman knows the great advantage of cbosing her apparel from scores of styles instead of from two or three
models. The fact that Brandeis styles are always strictly correct and that Brandeis varieties always offer three or four
times as large a selection as you find elsewhere accounts for the prestige and the popularity of Brandeis 6uit department.
The greater majority of Omaha's well dressed women always buy here. ' . " -
Greatest Sale of Women's
Ever Held in Omaha
$4.00 and $5.00 Values at $1.50.
Mora tban 2,000 of tbee
stunning: readr to trim baU
In th.aaaoo 'g very neweat
larja and imall gnapa, mad
of beautiful black Mlk vel
vet with colored Ductacas
aatln top, two-toned ' and
aolfd color hata- many hatg
auttabla for avanlni wr
None of these hats worth lew .
than $3.50 and many of them
worth $5.00, Your unrestricted'
choice, second floor, at (
EVA LANG HATS and SK
TRIMMED BEAVER HATS
Brandeis hnts at $5 have all the ntyle, the
smart appearance and the stunning' trim
mings that others would aak $10 for. The
trimmed Beaver hats , are rery. popular, no
are the clever Eva Lang .' " CK
hats, at i
MISSES' AND GIRLS' SCHOOL HATS
Trimmed with silk cords, bows of velvet rib.
bon and quill effects, in black,, red, brown
and navy, for girls 6 to 15 CM An
years, at....... . . . . ,i)X 70
IN BASEMENT MTLLTNERY -DEPARTMENT.
Desirable, becoming fall and winter hats, all
new shapes, new trimmings and Jj Zf
up-to-date colors, at ..... . ... .all) JLeOU
Regularly $1 a Dozen,
Saturday at per Dozen
. ALSO BIO SALE OF BOSTON FERNS.
; . . Cut Flower Department.
inri CALLING CARDS RAr
AW Pompeian Room PrlnUry CJlV
Jour name printed in the latest-1D11 Old.
English or 6cript types on best ' grade of
linen Cards 100 for 50c ' " . ' '
. Wedding stationery at reduced prices.
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Several groups of new suits and coats go on special 6ale
Saturday, and they are all fine dependable garments priced
below their regular values.
Special Sale of Women's and Hisses'
FALL TAILORED SUITS at 519
Several hundred suits in this group have just reached us.
Some were made to sell for $25 Others are valued at $27.50.
Every suit is an. unusual bargain at $19. '
'Here are fine serges, mixtures, novelty cloths, etc. They all
show the popular new style features. No suit JTi f.
that you could buy anywhere else at $27.50 ll f (
would give you better satisfaction than one of
Serial fr4fiQ flOA T '1 J O. C1 150 for Wemei
If you were to "pay $17.50 or $20.f)0 for one of these suits elsewhere
you JU61- as gooa eausiacuon. . . , -
These suits are very, well tailored and nave a 6mart,
dressy appearance, ine materials are mixtures, v
serges and the popular basket weaves. Strictly
tailored suits or prettily trimmed effects. You'll
not find another group like this for
!ff $15 $20 Winter Cloaks at $12!l JS
50 for Women
In this group. are plush coats.'all lined broadcloth coats in colors and
black, plain and fancy coats, mixtures, double faced materials. There
isn't a more up-to-date,-Btylish:lot of medium priced Qn
cloaks in imana tnan tms. mere are nundreas to v
choose from. Not one is worth a cent less than $15,
and most of them are worth up to $20. Special lot
on sale, at
SILK AND WOOL DRESSES
For Women and Misses
Tha 'moRt popular,-practical dresaea of
tba aearon. Mads In the .rlevrat
' etylea for fall and winter, and there
JCtSE'Sr.!! SlO'.'and $15'
WOMEN'S and MISSES' COATS
New arrivals, mixtures, reversible
cloths, fine plushes and caraculs,
broadcloths, coats with big sailor
collars, etc., $19, $22.50, $25
Womea'e . dainty walata of chiffon, maeallne.
aatln, taffeU and plain colored Beta, $7.60
valuea, at . . J 55,
Women' allk, chiffon, meaaallne and taffeta
walata. worth M and (6. at.. ...$2.03
Vomon'a ' all linen tailored waiata., all 'new
teaturea, many atyleft. at ....... . Q8
WOHEN'S LONG CLOAKS
Big aaflortment of good, warm, atyllah win
ter cloaka of novelty ciotne. neavy cnev-
iot and aome all lined broad
clothe acorea of blaeka,
bluea and mlxturea. .Actually
worth 910 and $12.60. at...
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Best Place in Omaha to Buy
Of High Quality at a Practical Price
In tan calfskin. A hew
shipment just received
of these popular shoes.
The nobbiest, most ex-
treme wide toe model
' out this season; short
vamps, : block toe, '
paired buttons and 1V
inch high top; $o95
, all sizes at. O
BOYS' "SHOD RITE' SHOES
Juat aa good as ahoes can be made. They are poal
Uvely the beet shoe aold In Omaha at. anywhere
near the price. These ahoea are not heavy or coarse,
but are light, eaay and comfortable. Dull leathers
In button or Jblucner styles, or patent C2S
II ma I
m BRANDEIS DRUG DEPARTMENT
In Pompeian Room
TSe Pempalan . Masxir
SPe Milk WeeiJ Cream.. 34o
2io Sanltol Kac Ctm lo
2(e Dr. Grave Tooth
POWllcr for 18o
tic Bacltol Tooth Past.
S0o White Ko. Jockey
clyb or Loouet Bloscora
rertume, per ox S9o
lOo Pond VanUhlna
Kill Hair Tonic is gur-
anted to stop the hlr
from falling, price.- $1
I lb. 20-Wule Team borax.
for .... a
'Zte bottle "Hydrogen Pero-
lde for e
S cakes Ivory Boap lao
ltc Llquozone eoep...... 60
2he Shlnola Outfit a.nd l"c
box Phtnol for 830
1 An Unu (Ann 9 r 1 a I
Wonderful PricinJ Again
Another lot of $25 grade
Machines at. .
Saturday in Pompeian
For Children-rSpecially Priced..
Children's winter coats In all the newest fea
tures of the season vaxioua colors and white
2 to 6-epeclal lota at 81.9S. S2.50
d - ..33.50
Chlldten's cloth coats fine mixtures and plain
. cloths ages !. to -14 ..years three , very spe
cial lota at $3.08;$3,98 sad. ..-..$5.00
Saturday Candy Specials
In Pompeian Room
Pure and fresh,
flavors, 80o qual
ity, Saturday spa-'
elal. lb. .lfio
Vompelaa' . Bitter
rult flavors. Our
'own make, 'the
kind : with . those
40c a lb.,i Satur
day, lb. ....... ao
Chewlnc Oum All klnd: i-packages for ..
nut . klasea.
leather button styles; sizes 1 to 6 are
$2.76; sizes less than 1 at.
Men's High Class Shoes for $2.40
Tans and blacks, dull'leathers and 6ome patent-leathers.
They are worth $3.00, $3.50
and $4.00 ; all good styles, with $ C)40
Goodyear welted soles, on sale at. .-. . . .J
On Second Floor and Pompeian Room
The new. and .autlful Psyche Foundation and
Switches! especially-adapted for the low -Vtfecta so
much In demand at present'. Made of good quality
natural wavy half.
, . rzz'zr-fX. -. . PUFFS .
PMfyML'i 6t good hair;
tltfWM&W' tor : . v. . ... . . .
.riS.:'.Xi' i"2,'4 Cluster Puffs.-.only,
80 and. 32-lnch Wavy Hair
Switches $10 values,
' at .... .$5.98
Natural .Wvy- Switches of
,$5 value.-each . .$2,49
Large assortment of hair
nets, choice of the lot
at 2, for :..5i
Gold n4", silver. tfeta.lUX;
tassels at'. . . 5X
We 'do nWnicuring,-6hWpooing and hair
Turbao pads at. . . .23
24-inch washable rolls
Traasfoncnatlons, .made to
go alllaiouad the head,
- $5 values ....$2.98
felgpRS : NOREGISTERED
Antf-Aiis.exa.tioBists Declare Many
Sai&ea on Petition Are Void.
EAVEBXY. WILL CANVASS LIST
sax as the PetttlOB ts.Made Be.
rm ikt Coialr Coaiulttlnfn
tr Ma-atita Keort ta
. Be Ma4e Kti't Week.
. Daalaraitocs that they ivr Blrned .the
Pmaiia-Sou(b Omaha merger - petitions
Snd. that they never authorised the sign.
ng af their names to the petitions were
bade to the Board of County Coinmis.
klooara by Harry Q. Counsnvan.' deputy
bouaty assessor, and Morris Tost - of
feoutb Omaha Friday morning. Their
taxae wtn lie atricken from the petitions.
Cttr Attorney Henry. C. Murphy of
outh Omaha, aa anU-annexationist. do
t!ard the list of unregistered signers'1 of
the petition shows that many prominent
Omaha men are not registered and : ap
parently . take no part in any elections.
Wmoog them, he said, are Ourdon W.
U'fcBJea, bead of the traction company.
4 Victor B. Caldwell. i
Attaok oa the Omaha petition for a
IsiaeaUi eleoUoa on the proposed annexe
bos C South Omaoa was made befn
(the Board of County Csmmiiednncrs at
JUs mertlivg Friday ' morning en the
ground that of the S.1M namea on the pe
tition l.40 . are names of unregistered
Voters and should not.be counted. If the
irontenUoa provue well founded there can
no special elecUun and the vote will
t dla.yd at least anoUier year, a the
reraonnal at the queatloned names from
the petition would reduce the aumber of
liroturM to VUa. whJoli is far less than
the required 10 per oeat of remistered
toters. The petition oan spare about SuO
anes aud still can be valid, but a
greater number oaacot be spared.
The county commissioners appointed.
bounty Clerk O. M. Haverty to canvas
kiA ootnire the petiUon and the Uet ot
kllced 'unregistered . signer and report
M a ticLsi meeting uf the commlsslo.
fcrs aext Thursday. - . .
1 City Attorney Henry. C Murphy. Mayor
fH. J. Tralnar and Attorney b. L. Win
. sll of South Ctnaha. Cled the l!t
K aliased unregistered votets snd de
elided the rtcvw John P. Breea, at
(turr.ey for the annxat;onlsta. ocnsenied
po the canvass.
From OmaKa's Near Neighbors
Mis. Suttlye of Grand Island has been
time visiting tor several days. . '
' Material lor the Nolle olevator ta ar
riving and erection will soon begin.
Jamts Cslvert of Clearwater. Neb., ar
rlvl TiiekJay to visit his mother, Mi.
B. F. Calvert. ......
C P. Betts and lrry Wlnteibura e
livered euro to the lxwcen dt Seetus eie
vator this week.
Mrs P. O ijofeldt entertained the Solo
club Friday. A good time was had. Mrs.
Hoteiat eived a dainty tdncb.
Mrs. lnninger, tortnsrly Mlv Minnie
Felier. is hre vielting . her aunt, Mrs.
fer miner, and other telaUves.
' Mr and Mrs. Charles Lamb leave today
for their home In Perkins county, having
Int aeverai weeks here' with Mrs
Lamb's parents, Mr, and Mr. F. Lance.
. The carr-entare r putting the flash
ing touches oo the Bierba-k houfe. It
will soon be In readiness for the painters.'
The (ajnlly epevt to move in about a
O. D Eewton and family, who have
bfn away for several wetks vlsiflng.
will return the first of the week. Mr.
e tua .will - resume, his dutie as . agent
at the depot.
The C. C club met Thursday at Mrs.
Henry Bay's. About eighteen women
were prtnt and enjoyed the afternoon
St progressive high flvie. Mra. - J. W.
Houeley won first oris, while Mr. J. A.
Cilbbons won contolattun. Mrs. Bay served
a delicious I'inch. bhe was aeeleted by
her - slaters. Miksea Minnie and Ella
Tke Yellow Peril. '
3undlce nialarta -m blltousneM. . vanUhct
whea tr. Kings New Llfo puis are
tafcn. 5uarntyl. . :$. . For sale by
X-v'.i'r. Iiug Cj.
Tte Merrnant Who Hss the Goods la
r-e On Vho Let the Public Know, it
tlliru AUteiu- in 'ike '
... Blair. .
: P. t.' Bugeon pluWed over l.OtO bushels
oi ai.)i nora tut siaty trees In his
Oa' O. Thompson of the Bee Hlye stnr
returned today from a trip of tan day to
. Ml Marie Hiiler gave a o'clock din.
ner to a number of her sir) friends Tues
E. Peterson of New Prague Minn . was
the rut-ft of William Cbeelyand family
Mies iTioia Bradley, money order clerk
in the puffic ta on a tea ds s vmc-
ilon in Lnver. Colo.
Oeorr E Lake of Raa THego. Oai.. son
of former Judye IjLke of Otuavha. rlslted
with Tbomaa Wilkinson Uat week.
Harry rrench and wife, from Stanley
county, Kouth lakota, are visiting at the
hon e or Mr. and Mis. i. . itines.
rr anl Mr. Murdock will srend two
)itlu visiting fileod in Michigan sr.d
may go to in doctor s old noma in van
Mr. and' Mrs F H. Clarldge rave a
farewell ' recrt-Uen - to Attorney Harm
Ave and family at the Clarldge home on
llliurs vay evening. .
rv a. weniworxn. suprinenneni oi
the-MiMOurl rlr railroad bridire at
Btlr. HI lv for Texa about Novem.
Wr I and nnv locate there permanently
Verv Rev. T. A. Tancook. deaiv of Trln.
ity csthwlral. Omaha, will preach the
mmon for the- Harvest Home seolc
st St Msry's Lplacppa, church Thursday
evening. Ootober .it.
Mr William Cunningham of this ehv
Is uc of ll-.e heirs W the vwsteeUl of
Paul Werti. alleged to have been loft in
Holland, and for wnich Uie numerous de
suaiwi&nt mt at Rook Ittlaad, lit, to de
vi moevna to collect.
. '.. VsJIey. .
Dr. HaabeuT'of Fremont -was in Vallav
Mr. and Mrs. 'Ed Lewis war Omaha
J. 8. Kennedy ' clrtked out his stock of
flour and teed Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs Charity rollen were shop
ping In Omaha tdndav.
Mr. and Mrs Frrevt pmlth removed
from Ashland to Valiay this week.
Mis Edith Bradshaw will return from
Silver City. N. M.. the last of the week.
W. S. Wright of Benson came out in "on spent Thursday witn nex pareme,
time. .only. bavins gotten fourteen ducks
' : MUlawdw. '
Miss AJlc Koch of OnuLhe spent ' Pun
day at her home..
Miss Edith Anderson , wa aa Omaha
visitor last Tuesday. . .
Miss' Gladys Baldwin ot Omaha spent
Sunday at her home here. ..
The LarWIn club met at the noma of
Mrs. O. Kelson last Tuesday afternoon.'
Miss Tllll Nelson ot Omaha' came out
Saturday with ner. parenta, 'Mr. and
Mra O. Nelson. .
' Mr. K. O. Anderson of EUtiorn vlalted
with his psrents. Mr. and Mr. P. B.
Miss Frieda Stamp, who has been the
guest of Von Pohren'S returned to her
home at Tutan Thursday.
Messrs. Clifford Harrow and Duncan
Robertson of Omaha war guest of
Vivian Robertson Sunday.
Mra George Boyer and son of PepU
that he will . hardly ,b ' able to aurvlv
vary poany day.
James McDanlel. one of the nM uiikr.
of this vicinity, died Wednesday after a
lingering uinee. . rus funeral was held
The MIps Marguerite Neshit.' Mar
guerite Jack and Helen Hemblln. Teka
mah rtudents at Bellevue. were at their
various home over Sunday.
Poatmaster J. M. Crowell ' is ' planning
new equipment for the poatof flee at this
place. He expects to have the change
made as soon as It shall havv been ap
proved by the department
The district ooiu-t here last week an
nulled . a - divorce dears beuau boch
parUe to the deorwa married tmmeduvtely
afterwards vt hough - they war Informed
that the dacrw , wsvs not final' for six
El MeKdra and Mra. - MoOulr were
visiting; old friends, ax Oca ana last: week.
prlnsflaM. ' .
Mrs. Cook . and family ar moving . on
one. of German Adsett's-farms. ....
E. O. School Is very low and but little
hope is entertained tor his recovery. ,
A. E. Dunn is now in ths employment
of a real estate firm In Council Bluffs.
i Gus W. Petara, wb waa confined In th
hospital last week, lg reported much Im
proved. . . 1
James Morrison bought eighty sores of
land of Mr..Cowtes for JUS per acre.- This
Sact wag a part of the Daniel Morrison
' L.' C. OVerton'Haa'sold hi rghty-acr
farm- for W.flOft .
Alois ElweU. has been offered a, chair
in the agricultural college of the state
university at Lincoln and expects to take
the poultloa at onoe. -
W. E. Miller .and his two eons, Gray
and John, havo put up tM.ffcns of hy
on their ranches In Cherry county. The
hay la selling at St per ton on the ground
and at Ss at the railroad station.
Peter Anderson la shipping a carload
of apples to Omaha. .Th apple crop 'this
year Is larger than It has been tor sev
eral years and many bushels will go-. to
waat for want ot help to harvest. thorn.
bts autn'Tuesday to look after bis Valley
Ml Febiman and Miss Henna went
to Oruana Saturday and returned bunday
Mis Mabl Johnson came up from Lin
coln to spend ftarday and Sunday with
The "Busy Bees ' held the reo-uiar
monthly meeting Wednesday afternoon In
Mrs W. a. Eddv and children wwnt to
Omaha Wednesday for a visit with Mrs.
Rathbura and Mr. Gibson.
Mr. McClenla-baa. who . has been with
her sob, John McClenlgbao, at Sidney,
Neb., returned to her home this week.
J. M. Graham, who has run a jewelry
and repair shop In Valley for ten or
twelve year, cioeea out nis stock last
week and will locate elkewlirre.
Mrs Holdsworth and Marsaret went to
Omaha Thurtflsy for a visit with rela
tives. Mr.- Holdswnrth returned Friday
and. Margaret stayed until bundey even
Mr. and Mr. Herman Koon.
Messrs.- Algot and Elmar Andereon ot
Pnik K-K m - of P. IS- Anar-
on and family Thursday and Friday.
Mra uarman bjx - neT j
operation at th Immanuel hospital
Tuesday. She' 1 reported doing nloly.
. Mrs. Chris Koch returned from wr
roore last week after spending '
woeke trier, with her dsvugbtar, Mr. C
vri T.inian InAuios denartad Tl Tire-
day for L Angel. Cal- wtaer h will
iMni th winter wltk be alMV Mrs. A.
N. Bodlnua. 1
The young popi'a ooly th 0r
man Lulbwan churns bald their monthly
meeting Wednesday . evening with th
majority of the members pre sept.
Adelph Paulsen Is remodieUng hi house
in tne weet ena.
' P. Msnf old made an extensive butina
trip to, Lincoln Wednesday, and got back
John Pstwson bought th J. C. Oottrh s
carpenter shop of whlrh h Is to make
J. C. Gotten Intends to build a new shop
wnea ne returns rrom a snort vacation
in coulb ujkOia - -
The brick masons are putting th fin
tsning touches on the Mangold -store
ouiiang ima wa.
. George Leach hauled lumber Tueadav
and Wedndav tu build a large cattle
barn on, his farm, south of town.
Dr. C. W. Hlckey It having his auto
overhauled at the. local garase and in
tend to have a coup body put upon It.
Th roads wsr dragged In this vicinity
lust rt'ntly, but too lata to be uf any
benefit, aa thsy are so hard th drag
does not affect the lump.
Charles RcMeip. the miller, unloaded
hta big fortv horse-power gas engine
TueMty, Now he can run hi mill twelve
hour day. lnad ,'t two or three, bv
water power, which lio hi done this
O. F. Mangold and Harrv Parr went
ut hunting on the Plane last Saturday
and Sunday, but did not report very fav.
oraHy aa t U aaut pruepecu at this
" Comrade E. Tuttl' and wit will ileav
Raturdav for Norwalk. Cel.. whar they
will spend the winter, with their grand
son. p Jab. on of th eld soldier ot
w,. ..i.,.. mryA r the i lil eirilirr -
lylnsr very IU at his bom. . U b aueoted
Cures Clda In Dey
Th best and qulckejst . prescription
known to medical scJenc - for eold and
coughs la as follows: "Get two ounoea
of Glycerin and half an ouno of Ooo
tentratad Pine miound. Then get halt
a pint of good whiskey and put th othr
two Ingredient Into It. 6hkU wU.
Take one to two tepoontuls.aftr ach
roeal and at bed Urn. 6 mailer dose to
children according to age." B ur-to
get only to genum (Globe) Coooa
t rated Pine. Each half ounce bottle come
in a tin screw-top sealed cue Any
drug-!t ha it on hand or. will quickly
Kt it from his wholesale hot.. Any
une can mix this at home 1 here sre
rrsnv ihni.i1 prtriiiun cf 'large
quaniuv out it o..n pay to aximi-tnuint.
Ihl treatment i i ertaia im,
This haa been been published her, for
several Inters ead thousand of paoti
ap a ooiue oi in mlalur ouu lastly
oa nana. JLav,
The magnificent fancy
walnut - Krell Auto Grand
Player Piano' which noth
ing can excel. - No other
player-piano has in the absolute the
"human touch" ' so desired by & mu
sical ear. and so prized by-; the maRUaeturers.
This instrument will be exhibited, explained
and played for anyone who wishes to see- it in
the ware rooms on the third floor at Bennett's.
X The Taunny Rano
MemUrCan PlnyTt. I