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THE OMAITA' DAILY BEE: TUESDAY, DECEMBER 25, IDOfl.
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Store Closed All Day Christmas
OMAHA WKATHER FORECAST Tuesday I Fair.
Store Closed All Day
WE WISH ALL A
AND A HAPPY,
Permit ns to thank you for the most successful holiday
trade in our entire history. Hundreds of our customers
have assured us that Christmas shoppers were never so well
cared for and never so thoroughly satisfied. "We felt grate
ful that our months of earnest effort in planning for this
Christmas season have been so generously appreciated.
Each succeeding month will find us better prepared to
Bupply the wants of the people of the west in our great new
store. Our new basement will bo open about January 1st,
and the second and third floors of the new building are rap
idly nearing completion.
In the future, as in the past, Brandeis' will appeal to
those who wish the highest class merchandise at prices
that mean a real saving of money.
BRANDEIS WILL ALWAYS BE
THE STORE FOR EVERYBODY
1 J. L. Brandeis (L Sons
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I y Open Christmas
Ws dsslrs tas pnblio to sraow tJt
ws ars aslthsr Blenders, Componnd
srs or msetinsra Alio tai ws
the utmost ear to purobess one
food! from ths moM reliable bona!
ta Amirict and Europe, and as wa re
them, they paaa Into tfca hands of oar
customers o spurious Imitations
or Impure liquors offarad for aala.
Special car ho old ba u la the
elaotlon of wlnaa and cordials for
the Christmas table. Wo offas yon l
from California, at, per
SIR HORACE TO BUILD MORE
British Statesman lontemplatei Erootinc
Baohaltn Hail in Omaha.
TO BE DUPLICATE Of THE CHATHAM
not Decided Whether to areata
la Lower Bud ' of City
or on Lot Farther
Sir Horace Plunkett of Dublin, Ireland,
la In Omaha looking over hi extensive real
estate interests In tfiu city. Although ba
wai expected Monday, be arrived Baturday
eery quietly and put In one day of bard
work betore his presence became known
Sir Horace la contemplating, the erection
of a bachelor' hail whlob ahall be the
duplicate of the Chatham on Thirteenth
street, and la considering the remodeling
of bulluinga on North bixieenlh etreet and
In other action. He has made no de
cision yet In these matters, but will do ao
on hi return from a trip which be will
take to Wyoming.
"Omaha has advanced In such a bewilder
ing way since I was here a year ago, that
it will take me soma time to get a grasp
on the situation," he aald. "I can aee
more Improvement than In any on year
atnee I have been coming here. In direct
contrast to the boom of the 80' s, the ad
vance in values now Is on a most sub
stantial basis. For some time I have been
considering the advisability of spending
some money on my Omaha property, and.
In fact, of erecting another building like
the Chatham, and what I shall do In this
matter la to be determined in a few days,
lir. Conrad Young has supplied me with
much- valuable information; I have looked
into the situation myself and I will think
everything over on my trip west.
To Cheyeaae s4 Laraanlo.
"I leave Christmas afternoon for Cher
onn and Laramie, where I am interested
in the cattle business, and expect to return
to Omaha In about a week.
"In addition to my real estate business, I
am endeavoring to gain Information on
agricultural subjects, and I ahall certainly
atop at the state farm at Lincoln If I oan
find time. I should also like to visit the
' farm at Ames, la. St. Paul and Chicago
I will be visited on ray return trip east."
I Sir Horace refuses to be drawn Into any
discussion of aiT uire political, and for fear
of being misquoted I a little backward
' about talking on the economic problems of
' Ireland. As vice president of th Depart
ment of Agriculture and Technical Instruc
tion for Ireland he Is not supposed to talk
politics. Regarding the utterance of T.
M. Kettle, M. P., In Omaha a few days
ago, be declined to say anything. That
he has decided views on Irish questions,
however, is shown in bis book, "Ireland In
the New Century.-
One of the questions to be determined by
Fir Horace, If he decides to erect a bach
elors' hall, la whether It Is to be built in
the lower portion of the city or farther
west. He owns th lot directly north of
"Mi hall is a paying investment as a
--ulr place for young; men. but Sir
Horace has to consider the Inclination ot
people to room away from the lower parts
of the city and the probability of similar
hafihelors' quarters being erected farther
through a cellar window and started on a I
dead run down the street. The officer saw
what was up and gave chase and after 1
firing several shots at the fugitive sue- j
ceeded in placing him under arrest.
While the attention of the officers was
engaged with Weir, Irving crawled out of !
the cellar window and escaped but only to
be arrested about 8:30 Monday morning by
Detectives Heltfcldt and Donahoe at Four
teenth and Douglas streets.
The police, including Chief Donahue, are.
very much elated over the capture of the
burglars, as It Is hoped they might be the
men who have been operating in that line
so extensively of late. It Is not known If
they have criminal records but the des
criptions of the men will be sent to sur
rounding cities -to ascertain If they are
wanted for other crimes.
ni.r.ta frnm rnnrL at. bottle
White Wines from jai tonus, m
per bottle JL.'
White Wines fnom Germany, at,
per bottle 780
Pherry from California, at, per
Pherry from Brain, at, bottle.... l
Cordial from France, at, per
bottle, up from V,7.?
Pwedlnh Punch, Imported, bottle. fl.50
Brandies from France, at, per
bottle, up from "Las
Purest of Old WhlnVles, at. per
bottle too, v ana
Marvland Bve. full quarts at.
A Cordial "Llnuer" If you like
Is Just the thing to make you con
tented with the world. Any special
! kind you like? Creme de Menthe.
Benedictine or we have them ail
and will be glad to supply your wants.
Oiir lines of imDorted and Havana
cigars were bought especially for the I j
hnlMav trade, including the following
hlKh srada brands at New Tork S3
lllar T Vtllar
Lieutenants 15o or $6.60 box 80.
Captains 20c or $7.00 box 60.
Adjutants 20o or $7.25 box 25.
Majors 25c or $5.00 box 26.
Colpnels 36o 3 for $1 or $7 box 26.
Generals 60o or $10.25 box 26.
Borneo T Jnlleta
il Condras 15o or $6.60 box 80.
V Puritana Finaa 20c or $6.25 box 60.
S panatello 16o or $12 box 100.
-A Habaneros 20c pr $3.76 box 25.
' 4 Perfecto Selection 26o or $5 box 15.
I $ Pantslla
Bock T Co. per 100. $12.60.
Bock's Envoy per 60 $5.60.
La Carolina Perfectos box 25, $5.00.
CX.EAA EAT AHA CIOAS
Z,s Sulci an a.
Baronet 5o or $2 55 box 60a
Club HouBe 2 Ur 26c or $5.60 box 60
Concha Especlale I for 26o ot
$3.60 box 60.
Purltanos Finos 10c or $4.60 box 60.
Perfectos 15c or $3.7n box 'ZS.
This list consists of only a few of
pur leading Imported and Havana
cigars. Uet our price before purchasing.
A carload of Christmas turkey,
ducks, geese and chickens, which we
will sell Monday and Tuesday at
wholesale prices. Turkey up fnpm
OA1TST Diris TMXKT
M Our line of pur wholesale candles, f .
$ for the holiday trade has been select- 1
M ed with the utmost care, and we can Jk
m assure our patrons that never was a M '
ti more beautiful line of fancy Imported 'A
N boxes fof acceptable present dts-
played In Omaha,
Blotsky Denies Charge.
Phil Blotsky was arraigned In police
court Monday morning on the charge of
obtaining goods under false pretense. He
phiaded not guilty and the case was con
tinued until December 27. Blotsky was ar
rested Saturday morning after Carl Hera,
feldt. proprietor of the favorite tonic. Col-Pep-Ko.
for persons who are suffering from
the effects of paiiting the town a too
brilliant crimson, had filed a complaint
alleging tfiat the defendant obtained
twentv cases of the tonic, valued at $10,
on the strength of a fictitious order.
gj 8 Heparat Xeatranoea 3
Class Pta is Stolen.
While coming from Brownell Hall on a
street car early Sunday evening some light
fingered person stole a jewelled fleur-de-lis
class pin from the gown of Nellie E. Mo
Chlmon, who lives at 64 South Twenty
fourth avenue and la a pupil at Brownell
Hall. The pin was valued at $16 and a lib
eral reward Is offered for Its recovery.
This it) the first case during1 the holiday
shopping season that a loss has been re
ported from the operations of the "light
ARE YOU DEAF?
Do you bave head noise T
Try the aCABsACOsT for catarrhal deaf
ness and head noises.
Can you hear over the telephone? If
ap, you will hear over the Phonette, a
sensitive little individual telephone made
In only one slse; price, $26.00.
If you are deaf, you will hear over the
Acoustlcon, recently greatly improved.
Made in many styles and strength to
fit all cases; price, $60.00 to $160.00.
Nothing but the best I good enough
for th terrible affliction pf deafness.
That we have the best aids for deaf
ness modern science has produced, let us
prove to you by a trial In your own
Make yourself and your friends happy
by adding the blessing of hearing to your
other Christmas Jpjrs.
GENERAL ACOUSTIC COMPANY
It slew fork Ufa BoUdlag,
HM. 9. A, BAmXTT, Oeaeral Manager.
TWO ROBBERS CAUGHT AT IT
Colore Crlaaiaals Are Kir pea While
DolacT Store oa Csalif
Two colored men were eaught In the act
of robbing the store ot J. N. Jensen, 223
Cuming street, early Monday morning by
Officer Thomas and Johnson, who saw II.
W. Wetr, who lives near Twenty-second and .
Ixard streets, acting as lookout for his I
partner, John Irving, Twenty-third and j
Cuming streets, who was Inside the store 1
helping himself. As the officers approached
Weir gav th signal of alarm to hi part
ner, who had gained entrance to the store j
We Wish All Our
Brown & Borsheim,
222 Sooth Ulh St
STORE OPEN TILL NOON
"We hope everyone Trill
have a Merry Christmas
today, but on "Wednesday
we must get down to the
necessities again, and,
if the children need a pair
of shoes, now is the time
to bring them in and
have them fitted while
they are out of school.
FRV SHOE CO.
16th and Douglas Streets
la the latest, most modern,
up-to-date Adding ad
Listing Machine oa the
market. It mast bo seen
to be appreciated.
Trial Kkamlnatlon Free.
A. L. McCreary
P. O. BOX 81. LiTSCOLJI.
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Buy Capitol Coal
And We Wish Every
Man, Woman "d Child
Is Red Letter Bay
Ten Green Trading Stamps for
Nothing to Every Green Trad
ing Stamp Book Presented at
Premium Parlor, Balcony.
Red Letter Day
on Any Piece of
On Any Piece
in the Depart
ment.. 25 Discount
On Any Carv
ing Set Left
A Sweeping Out of
HANDKERCHIEFS FROM OUR
HOLIDAY STOCKS-FINE LINEN
AND SWISS HANDKERCHIEFS
LACE EDGE AND PLAIN HEM-STITCHED.
Hundreds for ladies and men
that have been displayed in
the department or exposed
in windows and are there
fore (you wouldn't know it
if we didn't tell you) slightly
soiled They are worth from
5c to 25c each three
times the price we ask for
3 tor JHC
5$, 4$ and each
Fine German China.
Full gold treatment, good Bhape, neat decoration,
100 pieces, $16.50 value, RED LETTER DAY at
All China on the 50c Table will go C
All China on the 75c Table will go CA
for : Sue
All China on the $1.00 Table will go T r
THREE TIMES GREEN TRADING STAMPS ON ALL
OTHER SALES IN CROCKERY DEPT.
A Raging Silk and Dress Goods Sale
Wednesday WatchNext Issueof This Paper
is IV S
THE RELIABLE STORE
We wish to thank you, one
and all, for your very lib-
eral patronage during this
Christmas season and wish
I Merry Christmas
Our Semi-Annual Half Price Sale
will continue Wednesday, and of
fers unequaled bargain opportuni
ties in many lines. Watch Tues
day papers for particulars.
TUT 11 9
Milwaukee St. Paul
One fare plus $2.00 to points in North and South
Dakota every Tuesday in December, and first and third
Tuesdays in January, February, March and April, 1907,
return limit 21 days.
To points in Virginia, Kentucky, Alabama, Florida,
Georgia, Louisiana and Mississippi on December 18, 1906,
January 1 and 15, February 5 and 19, March 5 and 19,
April 2 and 16, 1907; return limit 30 days.
Low One Way Rates
pins $2.00 to many points in Alabama, Mississippi and
Louisiana on December 18, January 1 and 15, February
5 and 19, March 5 and 19.
Fr Information and Folders Inquire at
City Ticket Office, 1524 Farnam St.
or write to
F. A. NASH. Gen'l Western Agt
B Wast AM vQ
ft yu on qulosjy
at small cost,
BAILEY H MACII,
Third Floor Paxton Dlk.
Hijhcit Grade Dentistry.
We extend to every
Man, Woman and Child
our most sincere good
wishes for the merriest
sort of Christmas.
1121-1123 Famam St.
It Will Savo
money if you
will use .
IN EFFECT TODAY.
A fare and one-third for the round
trip to many points on the Union Pacifio
and its connecting lines, via the
Tickets on sale Dec. 25, 29, 30, 31, 190G,
and Jan. 1, 1907.
CITY TICKET OFFICE. 1324 FARNAM ST.
Tboue Douglas 831.
EVERY PUFF A DELIGHT
QUALITY THIS 15 LUST ALWAka LNUOKM
V. R. lUce Murcautils CigM Co.. alaaulacturera, bU Lola ' (
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