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Till!: iiLE: 0MA11A. SAiL'KUAl'. Fibril AE1' 3. 1912.
IS
WILL PLACE ON SALE SATURDAY FOR THE FIRST TIME
Their Wonderful Special Purchase of the
3C
3k
Entire Stock
of
a Waist Factory
4? OT J. JB 11T j S"s j 1 Mi j me s s iiri 1 . w w- n
i o u wen AUin street, mew iorK, wmcn ixeurea rrom Business
ALL THE PARTLY MADE WAISTS ALL THE WAIST MATERIALS-ALL THE FINISHED WAISTS
Such Bargains as These Were Never Before Offered By Any Store in America
ALL THE EnBROIDEREl I . I ALL the narrow
imertienf. Bands. S Embroidered FlouhcJntfs All Overs Embolden Eiies,
mm
500 Irish Hand Embroidered
ALL. PURE LINEN
ShirtWaist Fronts
Hundreds of choice designs to select
from; worth np to $1.50 all on sale
Saturday on main floor; at, J
Galoons and Panels
In white and colored embroideries,
worth from 25c to 75c a yard go
on bargain square, main floor, ;yd.
5c, 10c and 15c
J! Embroidered FlouncingsAU Overs
; Wide flouncings, allovers and all the wide bands in ba
tistes, Swisses, mulls and voiles, in plain white and col
ored embroideries. These are' the highest cost imported
goods; worth $1.00, $1.50. and $2.00 a yard; go on bargain
square, main floor, Saturday; at," vard ...
25c, 39c and 50c
Intertiens and Valenciennes
and Faacy Wash Laces
Wide variety of dainty patterns
from the big purchase, Saturday
on main floor; worth 5c and 10c a
yard; go on sale at,
yard .
le ; 3c
All the Highest Cost Imported
Embroidery and Lace
Waist Fronts
Also yokes, motifs and medallions, all fin
ished and ready to trim waist ; also rem
nants of all kinds laces and embroideries,
go at each
Sc, 10e, 15c and 25c
All Unmade Waist Patterns
With Embroidered Fronts
In plain and fancy materials to match enough for a
whole waist done np in boxes, all ready to make up into
a waist When completed actually worth - n A
from $3.60 to 15.00. On sale in our Wash fl MP
Goods Department, main floor, Saturday, each . . V V
Fancy White Waisting
rsox Til axtBT waist rACTOavr
Will be sold in one special lot. The most desirable plain
and fancy white madras as well as the very finest lin
gerie for waists. In factory lengths. On sale in base
ment." The regular price of these fine white
waistings would be 20c, 25c and even 30c a
yard special sale price is, yard
10c
Women'. Sprioi
Skirts
Medium weights
w 111! models;
worth to
17.10. at.
Tailored
Su ts n
Medium weights for
srr:...$M8
All the Women's Ready-to-Wear Silk Waists, Lingerie Waists, Tailored Waists WMC
LINGERIE AND TAILORED
WAISTS AT $1.00.
Many pure Irish linen tailored waists
many embroidered fronts dainty
cotton voiles, fine lawns and lingerie
waists, in all new 1912 spring
styles. Positively worth up
to $2.50, at
SI
NEW 1912 SILK WAISTS, WORTH UP
TO $6.00, AT $1.98.
Beautiful dress waists, evening and practical
waists of chiffons, laces, nets, mescalines and
satin taffetas frill fronts, medallion trim
mings, etc. new 1912 models
also silk shirts with soft collar
and cuffs 13.00, $4.00, 15.00
and ft. 00 values 6econd Floor, at.
4uiawu ti ilia-
$1.98
EXQUISITE LINGERIE WAISTS
I, , . AT $1.45 AND $1.95.
Genuine fine lingerie waists in the .newest and
daintiest spring 1912 models, high or low necjt,
t Jong or short sleeves, many very elaborately
trimmed and worth . f 45 ' tf -fl 95
. an uigu aa ifO.iTJ . -1W mJ I
each, two erouos at V V
- LINGERIE AND TAILORED
WAISTS AT 59a
Colored and white tailored styles and
smart lingerie effects, long or short
sleeves, high and low necks; worth
up to $1.25 each
on second Floor
at :
59c
All Soiled and
Masted Waists
From the New York
stock odds and
ends of new waists
worth to ' la.
$1.50, basem'tvUC
Juniors', misses and
small women's
dresses, worth- ud
to S 10.00,
at. ..
S2.5J
Greatest Sale of Chocolates
, ; EVER HELD IN OMAHA. "
THOUSANDS 07 POUNDS OP" THE NEWEST, FRESHEST
Hudson's New York Chocolates
. AT ABOUT HALF. THE REGULAR PRICE.
All these chocolates are put np in attractive boxes. , They are , the
daintiest, most delicious of chocolates and bon-bons and they never sold at
such prices aa these anywhere. , ' . ' '
Eegular 10c packages of Hudson's Chocolate Almonds, Chocolate As
sorted XuU, Viola Walnuts, Chocolate Peanut Crisps and O
Chocolate Maple Walnuts all at, each ,,.OC
Half Pound Boxes Hudson's Half Moon Chocolates, 30c values, at. .15c
Pound Boxes Hudson's Half Moon Chocolates, 60c values,'at. .... .,25c
Half Pound Boxes Half Moon Chocolates and Bon Bons; 30c values, 15c
Half Pound Boxes Mohawk Chocolates, 30o values, at 15c
Pound Boxes Mohawk Chocolates, 60c values, at. . . . 25c
Large Fancy Boxes of Hudson's Chocolates, $1 values, at ,49c
Large Fancy Boxes of Hudson's Chocolates, $L50 values, at. ...... .69c
IN SWEETLAND BRANDEIS POMPEIAN ROOM SATURDAY
Special Sale, of . Hosiery
' MAIN rLOOR V V
Women's Black Pure Hi Ik Hoot Hosiery Wide lisle garter tops, full
fashioned, lisle soles, double heels and toes, worth 60c, 1
at, per pair OuC
Women's Imported Mule and Cotton Hosiery Mercerized stllc lisle,
wide hem tops, double soles, high spliced heels and toes; C-
. black, tan and fancy worth up to 50o pair, at, pair aVtJC
Women's and OUlrlren'a Cotton Hosiery Mercerized lisle finish, also
fleecy lined, double sole, heels and' toes; blark, tan and colorsalso
misses', boys' and children's ribbed school hosiery and wool
and fleecy lined hose; worth 25c pair, at, per pair XL C
Women's and Ckildren's Knit Underwear
Women's Ribbed
Cotton Union
SulU, fleecy lin
ed; 60o quality,
suit?..'.' 39c
Women's Fine
Ribbed Cotton
Lons; Sleeve Cor
set Covers; 25c
values,
at . .
15c
Children's Fleecy
Lined, Cotton,
Vests, 25c , qual
ity. at,
each..'
15c
Children's "M"
Knit Waista, pat
ent taped; worth
np tor 36c spe
cial , ' -I I
each . . 11C
17TAT FTC i 1A CENTS
BUNCH
More than i.000 large 'tranches of Fresh Violets 50 violets in
bunch regular price Is 50c a bunch. . Everybody can wear vio
lets Saturday. Brandeia Floret Department, at, bunch 19
bpecial. Sale 01 Velvet Bags
uai tuuiuc ui uy x or i.uu velvet sag m uu& iui . . . .o.ji
Your choice of any $2 Velvet Bag in our stock for. . 89c
Your choice of any $3 Velvet Bag in our stock for. '. . .$1.29
JEWELRY SPECIALS ON MAIN FLOOR
. Pearl, Jet and coral drop earrings, special at 50c
Solid Gold Stick fins, worth up to $3.00, at $1.00
Soilrf.Gold Cuff Links, worth $4.00 to
$5.00, at $2.49
$1.00 Gold Amethyst and, Topaz Ear
rings, at ..-79
$1.00 Pearl Beads with rhinestone
clasps, at 50f?
$t.00Gold Front Cuff Links,
t 50
SPECIAL SALE OF SILVERWARE ON MAIN FLOOR
Sterling Silver Coffee Spoons, set -of
six in lined box, gold or silver
bowl; very special at, set. .$2.98
Xickle and porcelain coasters, 25c
Bake dishes, tea sets, casseroles,
water pitchers, sandwich plates
all on one big counter, specially
priced at one-third and one-half off.
All the nickel Salt and Pepper Shak
ers, worth 25c, at, each 5c
$1.23 Kogers & Hamilton Berry
Spoons, at 50t
$1 Eogers & Hamilton Cold Meat
Forks, at .' 49c
Kogers' guaranteed 12-dwt. Knives
and Forks, dozen $2.79
Eogers & Hamilton Butter Knife
and Sugar Shell, worth $1.50 set,
at . 79c
$3.00 Soup Ladles, Rogers ; Hamilton,
t $1.4
$2.50 Rogers' Defcsert Spoons, at, set ot
I $1.89
Big Shoe Specials
: IN BRANDEIS OLD STORE ,
Women's $3.50 and $4.00 Shoes at $2.65.
These are broken lines, but your size is here
in many different Btyles all new lasts with
high toes, short vamps and Cuban heels in
patent, gun metal calf and mat kid leathers;
regular $3.50 and $4.00 shoes, at. . . .$2.65
Men's $3.50 and $4.00 Shoes at $2.85-In gun
metal tan calf and heavy grain leathers,
button or lace styles, high heels and toes;
also the new English last, at, pair. $2.85
Chlldrea's Shoes in patent leather with etoth or col
ored tops; button or lace styles, at, pair . . . .,75
Mtaeea Fine Shoes;
broken lines and odd
pairs; splendid values.
' - --OS I
Men's bowling or athletic
shoes, light serviceable
leathers; $2.50 values,
at ............ $1.49
BRANDEIS RED CROSS DRUG SALE
Every item quoted in these monthly Red Cross Sales has been stripped of its profit, often the price means an actual loss.
These sales are conducted to prove how satisfactory and profitable it is to shop here.
SO cent Java
Rice
Powder
19c
t5 cent Sanltol
Cream 14c
ti cent Lilac
Talcum
Powder
6c
Ivory Soap, per
cake at
3ic
25c Bottle Peroxide,
at
7c
I
Genuine Ideal Hair
Brash at
59c
11 Pompelan
at ,..
5c Pond's
Cream
IS cent A mole
Rose
Cream
8c
Pinaud's Lilac
Toilet Cyi
$1.00 Lonlsette
Powder I" r
for 59c
Maseage
69
Extract,
.. 17
25e Rublfoam ...18
60c Pebeeo Tooth
Paste 39
125c Colgate's Tooth
Powder ..... 15
SOc Dr.. Graves' Tooth
Powder...... 20
5c Bathasweet 18
$1.50 Oriental Cream ...98
:6a Bensoln and Almond Lotion
" 18
25o Diamond Nail Polish. 18
Dt. Lyon's Tooth Powder. IQ
14
M.MK YALE'S GOODS PATENT MEDICINES
$1.00 Scalp Ointment .... 89 SOc Syrup of Figs 45
$1.50 Skin Cream .... $1.34 SOc Milk's Emulsion 29
$1.00 DigesfveTab. .... 89 $J 00
. REXALL ble Compound SQ?
Muco-Tone tfor rough) .. 50 $1.00 Duffy's Pure Malt.. 89
$1.00 Everyday Tonic .... 79 $1.00 Wine of Cardul .... 89
SOc Rubbing Oil 45a
Aromatic Castor Oil 25 RIBBER GOODS
PHOTO DEPT. :JbT Giy"-io4
9 tubes M Q Developer .... 25 TTl-? l ,
To make room for our spng J Ho 89
line of cameras, we will sell p0 Hot wter Bottle.. 69
Stneca cameras at one-half less $2-50 Fountain 8yringe $1.59
than regular prices. $3.50 Douche S2.25
10c William's
Shaving
Soap . .
3c
1 lb. 20 Mule
Tm Q
Borax . . w W
i CaJies Cocoa
nut 011 oe
oP ..
$1.00 Genuine Ideal
Hair Brush at
".79c;
25c Dr. Graves' Tooth
Powder at
12c
CIGARS AT CUT
. PRICES.
15c Liquotone
Soap . t-
10 cent Shlnola
6c
25c and 35c
Tooth
Brushes
17c
Here are Wonderful Values from our
Sale of Hair Goods
The prices you will pay for guaranteed real
hair are jut half the prices others are asking.
Mere are the most remark
able values ever offered
in Omaha.
20-inch Natural tTVavy
Hair Sw'tehes; regular
$1.50 values, at 69c
24-inch Switches Lus
trous, natural hair; reg
ular $6.00 values; at
only $2.98
2H-inrnt a. Natural , Transformations made nt
natural wavy hair: S5
IP
Wavy Hwitches; $10.00
'" S5.98
50c Washable Hair Rolls
' 35
values
Cluster Puffs,
ues, at
$2.98
!.uu val-
OS
fill 113 ".a
Best Says County
: Will Clean Up the
j ' Hospital at Once
'.; ClaaalDC x tb ceaaty hop)lI wCJ
Mt from 1UH to MM tt H is etMncd
aa the Boarf ot Cowty Commlsslaa
ers wlelMS t do tt.
;: -RaiMac aa4 tberoii reaevaliea
B rir 7." aaMI Coonty Cwamla-
hMr Fraak C Best, ckaJrawa ef tae
Miata boeplul eoaalUee. "VTt thouH
Uke to do lots that: cannot be 4om be-
cauas tasvs txA th money". 8oim
man b spent, and I am not afraid to
sBd It. eeptmfcm of tb county farin
and tb county hospital and ronstnwttdi
of now luSldlnKs are oat of tho questloa
t this time. Tby' will com altlmateJr,
bat not this year, nor aext. All wo caa
do la clean up and repair. . " '
The report ot CeorR Anthes and tho
resort of the aommintoam Indicate wkat
ts aeoded. Dr. gehller. tho now county
PhrtMaa, and I will visit Ibe heopltal
and devlae plans for setttnc It Into shape.
There nuit bo new beddlr and new
cot.; plumblBf mcM be rej aired and put
is order; It t In awful shaoe. Now witt
tow shadM are needed. Tho reports In-'
dkate what tho altuatloD to. - Hiavy ex
nendltum are out of theojftloo at
this Unto. Wo Umply nwt clean thlnm
up and ret them Into the beat Shane pos
sible with the present building and then
keep' Thenr that way until pel inaueat im
prowements cma be made."
Penlstont Adverlisliic
Big Ret una.
to tho Road to
State Telephone ; :
Pays up Its Taxes
The new State Telephone wmpanr baa
paid tho cttV a part' of Its' occupation
taxes lor the .period trom Septemberr ,
to lecembr 31. 190?.-. THe smount paid lo.
day vis CUT.) which wltl he applied on the
amount due tho t eftr. ' Interest ; and
penalties will lurmHe the- taxes reasld;
orabtv, but tho cxart amount has not
been figured out yet.
With the exception of the Omaha Water
company and the Independent Telephone
company all corporations In tho dry have
now paid their occupation taxes. No more
has bora mada by the water company to
pay. The Independent Telephone com
pany Is la the hands of a receiver.
Visitors at Parks
Want Signs Placed
I iHseaueraccou witn tne pant ronunio.
I f doners' manafement ot Rirerview park
r being expresed alneo the accident la
which XtiM P. Anderson lost his life,
Censured by a coroner's Jury for keeping
the buildings and fences In bad repair, a
stranger ha completed the condemnation
by Inquiring "why sign! directing the
visitor to the various places, have not
been put up?"
"when yoa go to th park you find
there are no directions and you must
wander about and find the various at
tractions by yourself., taid a man. "1
think there ougJit to be a better arrange
ment at this park, which Is one ot the
largest and could be made one ot the
moat beautiful in the country."
Park board sBesnbars at a a-weting this
-
week acknowledged unintentional negii.
c in maintaining Rivorvlew park.
rVne disposition may be made to placo
all Improvements at tho park In a lesa
dilapidated condition.
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