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COMING! The Great Event That Every Woman in Omaha is Watch ing and Waiting For. f I Brandeis Stores I GREAT SEMI-ANNUAL SALE ! For One SATURDAY ec Day i 28 Any Woman's Dress, Any $ Costume, Any Evening Wrap, Any Tailored Suit, Winter Coat :: IN .OUR ENTIRE STOCK No'matterwhether the former selling price was $25, $35, $50, $75, $85 or up. Watch Daily Papers for Later Announcements 15 I 1 L y m ..LITTLE ONES GIYE TO POOR Children of rst Pre'sbyteriari He- ay School Custom. t Vene Old load tree down with gifts IlNln, CltllU SnvliiR Institute,' r Mr Chliarj-1n V IUveriTnJt hr uaual order of Christmas. krea celsbrntlon, tlio Sunday school of jthe First lrisbyteriaH church! Boven jttepth and Dodgo'itrrctB, last nlglit (Hied U Blr ctda. trctfywlth boo1 for Oniolin Charitable institutions Instead of (lis mantling IU . t , , After the jtrogtain had lien "completed more than-1 a 'Wanonloml of flour, tha, rice, sugar os& canned epods and othsr Krocerlcs ! on and around tha treo In tho Sunday 'school room of tho church It will bo cnt today to the Old. People's Iiome Child Saving institute, Salvation Army and City mission. The children of, Uio. Sune&y school prob jnbb had moro'ciijoyment out of giving tha.ii they would- have had In receiving. Pressed In odd costumes, they carried out a unique tfrofcram sof tilling the treu luid piling (t fcoods high on tho floyr jiround It ,Llttlq alrts. dressed In flour cadis, entered the room, pulling a small wagon on which tvero several sacks of ilonr, Little boys, costumed is farmers, karted fu large quantities of potatoes. school, nomft In costume forming n cordon of Brownie police. others tin soldiers, and still others the various' characters' of kToyland. Io nqy, Cromwell on Bantu Cluus walked n ft his cue was given, a tlmo when tho little boys and girls In tholr . nlRhtles slep near" the hlg Christmas troe. "When ho had untercd tho. Brownie pel I co arrested htm-and wcro In tho net of disarming him when the pajnnia clnd tots, thn tin Holdlfrnand.alJ, cama, to 'the jfo&cur. Bantu whh saved, and hon to show his n(li)rcciatlon"aml th spirit ofVciiVlstmsfitldi ho gave each lit- tin fellow and each llttlo girl n .pretty box filled with candy nnd "goodies." -Ah? 4 'prologue "to tho entcrfnlnment, Jler- rlam Samson recited hn original pooni. William S. Sheldon, formor councilman, J ho has bon nuperlntondont of the Run ny school fifteen year nnd an officer in It for twonty-thrie ypars, resigned Ida Office last hluht. , ... Tne cnurcn was appropriately deco- ratod, the embelUshmtnts having been placed by iPrank and Alfred Axford and Charles .Hunter. Mrs. ttvalana Belsley furnished 1'trino "music. " Others as Jnprie and Ohinese hoys and girls brought package of tea and rloe. On Uttle grl. aa a. grandSldUier. carried In i. largo quantity of homo-made cookies. Thua was the.' tree filled to the children's delight.- Alfred C. Kennedy officiated as Santo Clous, qrna, little' chairs of tho primary department were, arranged to form a star nbdut thn tree. The little tots were each gtvsn a small package of candy, the only Tifs trie children received. Chrlstiuita at Trfi-lrvutrv Tho Sunday school classes of the Park- vale Congregational church, Thltry-first nnd Gold atrcets, carried out a most loellent Christmas program last evening , before an audience that packed the neat llittlo church." The ontertalnment con liteI or songs, recitation and exerciser by the several classes. The llttlo ones ,gavo out their songs and recitations I smoothly and with almost as much ex llircjslon as adults. The progi-am was as follows: Opening song, by tho school. Jlecltation, Earl Traphagan. Song and exercise, beginners' class. Itocltatlon, Claude Btenner. ?ong and exercise, primary class. HecHatlon, Jllldred wolfonl. Hons, by tha school limitation. IMward Nicks. Rxerclte, Miss Irene Carey's class. Song. Klly Jenstn. Hecltatlon. Altvirt ljarseu. Sontt. Mlit-B Maude Crew, FYnda Bten ner, Irene Carey, ana Margaret Mernu Kxerclse, Mist Nell o Woods- class. Song, by the school, ltucltatlon. Irma. Oulnn. Kxercise and aong. Mrs. Avery's das Kxerci?, us jenxinr ciasa. Kuiiv. by, jthe young people. Hecltatlon. Karl Tlcknor. Song, Misses Kathryn Hodges', Wllber una tinman's classes. KxercUc. Mrs. Tic-knot's class. ' necHatlonrNola Klfe,. Exercise. Mrs. Avrj s class. Hnnnrka. riitsing ituug. No. 30, by the school Mnnta Cluna Cnpturrd, pr.-fpj iti pajamas and nightgowns. toe littler Miiidreir of Plymouth Congre- i aallpitOl Clitirch feigned sleep -as Saint ' Kick enteral tbe church building lat litglit. tbrn t )ie word, the'bewhiskercxl gentlemun and tils' filled paclt were cap lured outright. This was a playlet unkh am;niianled a cantata sung by tv olool' entitled, "The Capture of fanta (laus." It was a very unique, irtinna omeitalnmcnt. given under the S-tHu)p of J.'ra. F. U. Holbrook. . I, the rnatruitl In itu rhllrch anrli. Cnsas (Irnnden and defeated Blanco. "MHX1CO CITY", lice. 23. The chamber of deputies voted tonight a flat S per cent Increase on import duties. This action, however, docs not dispose of tho general tariff revision bill, which provides u spe cial tax on numerous articles, especially luxuries'. Clinmbrrlnin'a Tnhlels for CimikCU lintlan, Kur tostlpatlonChamberlain's Tablets ,arn cxcelIenU."Oisy" to take, mild and gentle In effect. qivt them a trial. lir salo by all dealers. Advertisement.1 Tom Sweeney Plays Saiata to Youngsters in the Black Hills RAPID CITY. S. D.. Dec. !4.-(Speclal.) I'otms(ilr General Hltchcock'a order to detlvnr all Ictiem addressed to "anta Clxiin" to charitable Institution. Is being laken cure of In a rdther unique manner In tills city this yrnr. Instead of turn ing thn letters to' tho charitable institu tion?, they are delivered to Tom Sweeney, proprietor of the Sweeney Hardware company, and on nearly an possible are filled for'thi little fellows fneo of charge? Mr. Sweeney is one of the pioneer merchants of the city and has a wide ru-qualntennce 'in tho Black Hills. He says It Is too bad to blast tho hopes of thn little people who place nUch Implicit faith In the myth of Hants. Clous, and that he will do what be can to make it as real as notslblr. From the tono of the letters it seemu' thRt "a air gim" Is th' most iwpular Item in tho dreams of tho Itaptd City youngsters. Nebraska is Fifth in Value of Cattle ' LINCOLN. Dec. 2l.-(Speclol.)-8ecre-tary Mollor of 'tho state board of agrl out turn has been' looking Up tha statistics of Ilvo stock of tho different states with the Idea of finding how Nebraska stands with her sister states. The figures show arf Interesting condition and speak well for the ntate. It shows that Nebraska stands fifth l)i the total value of all cattle and heads the list by a strong margin when the value of Itt c.tttlo. I.i taUen In comparison with the rural population of fes: Value per capita Total value rural Stater Pop. of nil Cattle. Pop, the lule. Following are the flguf Texas JJWi.MZ Iowa r,224.T?1 111 nols - , a.RW.rn Kana ..WW.W JH2.M8.000 1OT.6S4.000 lOi.JM.OO) iM,i5",cmo n7.Ml.0l) S!,lS4,0O) Sl,ll,O0i T2,S1,W)0 M.10I.OOO f2.Offi.0M ri,-K8,fx SI.6S5.fr30 M.157.000 SO.iSO.ftTO 42.612.0O) it will be SS s 7 110 44 43 M 30 20 - 37 44 S5 32 Nebraska 1,192.214 Now York ;P.1M,614 Missouri ,....2,293,ar Wisconsin ?,txt,m Ohio 4,77.Ul Pennsylvania .. . .7.C6J.111 Michigan" - 010.173 Minnesota ..'.O74.70S Indiana ?,7OT.S.n South Dakota .. GM,S8S Oklahomn ....... .1,657,16." tYom the above table it will be seen that tho middle central west Is far richer per capita thnn any other part of tho fountry, the rank being as follows: Ne braska, Iowa, Kansas, South'Dakota, Wis consin, Illinois, Texas, Minnesota, New York, Missouri. Michigan, Indiana, Okla homa, Ohio nnd Pennsylvania. German Count Gets a Term in Prison LINCOLN, Neb., Dec. 14. Max Von Werner, claiming to be a member of tho German nobility, with tho title of count, was brought ..to tho rnltent!ury today from Madison county to servo an. inde terminate Bntcnc of one to five yearn on convloton, of ubtatntng money undsr fnlso prctnsc. A hank of Norfolk was tho complainant. Von Worner, who U welj educntcd, sold he waa gttllty, of io intentional wrouguoing, ncpenuing on reatlycs tq make good a, check ho drow orj the; bank- Ho fledj'frorrf Nebrciaka ti Texas', wHore ho waA apirchended, ' Key to" tlie Sltuatlori Boo Advertising. . A. Christmas Greeting, 1912 DECEMBER 25th marks the 26th Christmas in this store's calendar, and marks the first Christmas in this store for the new owners of the Nebraska. It's an event that calls for more than an ordinary card of greeting. This store is the pride of the men who conduct it, just as it was for the men who founded it a quarter century ,ago; thdinen who raised it up to one of the first ten' clothing stores in America, and the pride of Omaha. OUR CREED: E BELIEVE that there is a moral obligation to the public in the conduct of a modern business enterprise. WE BELIEVE that modem business success can only be achieved by gain ing tho confidence of the people and holding it. WE BELIEVE that public confidence can only be gained by the square deal, greater valueB and guaranteed satisfaction to all. v WE BELIEVE that tho crown of sucess goes to tho storo thai satisfies tlfo most people and that every transaction should add a jewel to that crown. John A. Swanson, Pres. A Merry Christmas To All Wm. L. Holzman, Ireas. Woodmen Move Their Securities OF DOLLARS IN 8K-i OFFICERS OF TUB WOODMtlN OF -THE WOULD TltANSFF.rUNOI 8IXTF.0N MILLIONS CUIUTIES TO TIIBIIt NEW HEADQUARTERS. Orozco Captures Casas Grandes and Defeats .Federals EL PABO, Tex., Dec 24.-Cabas Orondes, tho most, Impo'riaul town In the ranching and lumborlng.' district south west of Juares, has been token by rebels personally commanded by General Pas- dial Orosco, jr., It was reported today from both federal nnd rebel official sources. Also It was sold that the fed eral column of'SOO men marching against the rebels at Aseoncion was defeated, with Its Commander,' denern! Jose Blanco, among tho prisoners taken. Confirming this report, S. D. Am- nrose, an American hotel man of Colum bus, N. M arrived here today. HO was In Ascenclon at the time of Its capture last Wednesday and talked with Qoneral Sal a tar, whoso forces' look the town. Whllo there, a messenger arrived directly from Gtneral Orozco with a letter from Ihe rebel leader saying Uint he had taken Kilpatrick's Give Thanks, Express Their Felicitations and Make a Most Important Announcement Starting Thursday Morning at 8 O'clock The Ready-to-wear Sale Which All Intelligent,' Discriminating Buyers Wait For Toothache Gum STOPS TOOTHACHE Instantly Um1 by Millions (U WotU Orttl Alldru(tororty matt, 1 5c C. S. Ocnt . Co.. Drraoir, Mich. First the Dresses for Wonion Lot l-Includes Serges, Taffetas, Ohannouse, Chiffon and Note, sold up to ' &ry r a $25.0Q for t $.5MI Lot 2 -Similar materials, also Challics EpoU gos and Velvets, Bold up to $35.00, jQ Lot 3 -Reception and Evening Gowns, Chif fons, Do Meteors, Do Chine, beaded and other wise, gowns which sold up to 01 IT A $45.00, for . , , .$6lt)V All tha olegant CoaU mado from Volours. Cords, Pan Velveta, etc., will bo sold on Thursday after tho following:' fashion ?1G or S35.00. . v0 for 37.50 $65 for S43.50 JB.o for S60.00 $5.00 for $65?00 Twouht have boon easy to toll an exaggerated story COATS Johnnie Coats and full lenjths, AVide Wales and Pino Serges, Broadclothe, Chin chillas and fancy mixtures, (g 4 nr Bold up to $25, for ANOTHER LOT Similar materials,1 also Bou clos, Eponges, Plushes and Vol- 51C7C vets, sold up to $35, for $le).I d THE KCNEST Made frpm high class novel ties from imported stock, rt nr sold up to $42.50, for fluhtd about tho beauties and values but that's not our way. Wo leave that to the Munchnusons and Hsnvon knows there's plenty of thoui these days. AIAj TI1K IOJKS will be offered also v.'e don't ex pect to sell every piece that rarely happens at any sale Notwithstanding slljy statements to the" contrary. SUITS No space, nor is tnere time for detailed description. Suffice it to say "The Kilpa trick Kind" to those who know that "quantum siifficit." Lot 1 Formerly np to $25.00, yours Thursday at Lot 2 Formerly up to $45.00, yours Thursday at Lot 3 Formerly up to $65.00, yours Thursday at $10.09 .$18.75 $22.75 There are Muffs, Scarfs, Capos and Throws; Homo pieces only, moderately reduced, auch as MIXKS TIIHV AUK IillCE DIAMONDS, Increasing In value while you sleep (If you keep tho moths out). Furs not quite so desir able will be sold at reductions of fully ONK-IIAIjI Now for the Children, Misses and Juniors Nover. so many CHILDREN'S COATS TO SELL. We can't saywe are glad of it. We have too ninny mild weather caused it. this story for us, but regardless of profit we must sell now. This stock is unusual in its desirability quality, correctness of style bility. All popular fabrics Chinchilla. Boncles, Corduroys, Velvets, Plushes, Plaids, ' Mackinnws and mixtures. ) Fof convenience in selling the whole stock goes into divisions NO RESERVE. No profit in and practica- Ages 2 to 6: Thoso which were up as high as $8,50, Thursday $5.00 Thoso which were up as high as $12.00, Thursday . . 8.40 Thoso which wore up as high as $19.50, Thursday $11.75 Ages 8 to 14: Sold formerly up to $8.75, Thurs day $5.00 Wool Dresses here also 8org8, Henriettas and Mixtures warm and sensible garments worth remem bering hero the old proverb, "As tho days get longer the cold gets stronger" ages 6 to 14 years.. Dresses which sold up to $0.00, will go at . ...S3.50 Dresses which sold up to $8, SO, will go at ....95,90 Sold formerly up to $12.00, Thurs day $7.75 Sold formerly up to $15.00. Thurs day $10.80 Sold formerly up to $22.50, Thurs day S14.50 13, 15 and 17 Years Old: Sold before as high as $10.50, for this sale $6.90 13, IB and 17-yoar ages Dresses which wore $15.00, on sale at SS.50 Dresses which were $25.00, on sale at S15.50 All the Children's Bonnets and Hats S2 OO. Sold before as high as $15.00, for this sale $875 Sold before as high as $18.00, for this sale $12.50 Sold before as high as $25.00, for this sale ; $16.50 Bold before as high as $32.50, for this Kile $21.50 This lot for Big Girls and Small Women: Thursday $6.50 instead of $12.00 how is that? Thursday $9.75 instead of $18.00 another good one. Thursday $15.90 instead of $25 AMONG THE BEST. Now, not all of these garments sold at the top prices, but even.' garment . means a very decided saving. these prices figure one-third of the former prices, that' Is, some were $1.50 will go at 50c; some were $3.00 will be $1.00, and so on. Fur Sots for Children too busy to list them as we go to press the cutting will be deep here also. 91.00 and 50 each TJIUItSDAY. In many Instances And now let us express our hearty and moat cordial thanks to you for giving us by far the biggest business in our history. We wish we could meet you all face to face and take you by the hand. We hope you will have the happiest kind of a CHRISTMAS and wish you all the Compliments and Joys of this Glorious Season. You will see many more, extended announcements today you will read many taller statements BUT WE KNOW AND MOST OF YOU KNOW NOW that no store will offer greater VALUES THURSDAY THOMAS KILPATRICK & CO. 1 1 ; r, wcie fie rljlidreji of the Bunda 1