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THE -OMAHA DAILY BEE: SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 12. IOCS.-
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Brandels Bought From New York Manufacturer
SEVERAL HUNDRED MEN'S
You never had the chance to buy an up-to-date Suit so
good as these for anything like what we ask Saturday. They
are those new, dressy fall style suits that you would declaro .
were worth $20 to $25. Buy one Saturday, put it right on
and wear it through the winter. They're correct, up-to-date,
and well tailored. '
The Renwick System
Brandels sells the Renwick
system clothes because they are
beyond all question the best
medium priced overcoats and
suits In America. This Fall's
smart patterns are now ready
nt Brandels. old store.
New Styles and Right Shapes tor Tall
wish to pay
the best your
and let us ,
fit you correctly.
Are the highest grade, most com
fortable and fashionable Shots
for men, at ,
Men's Shoei it $3.00 nd 3.50
inn you ever
a give real
Better 8hoe at theso prices than yo
bought before. These shoes glv
comrort and real ser
vice. We promise
Mens new $T)39
Fall Shoes, at &
Well made, in correct styles velour calf,
box calf, Mci kid and patent colt, at 92.39
Men's Fall Hats.
In stiff and soft styles
from a New York commis
sion house at less tha,n 1-3
their real vavlue.
This great purchase enables you to buy a good up-to-date hnt, worth from $2.60
to $3.50 at one-third price or less. Telescopes, Crush Hats, Fedora and new
Derbies, all desirable shades and black, on special sale Saturday ,
worth ".g S3.SO at .
THE FAMOI R HKAXDKIS SPECIAL HATS
all the correct new shades and shapes
-Soft and stiff styles
New Fall Styles in John II. Kt-son Hats Roth derby and soft styles,
the best and dressiest hats in America Brandels has all the Stet
son new shapes
Hoys' School Caps School caps for boys
and children in all mg
the new fall styles tlP-4f P
and colors, at UO,
Hoys' Fall Hats Just the styles you
want for your boy, good
shape retaining styles
worth $1.60, at
"The Place to Buy Boy CUthes that Satisfy
Brandels 2nd FloorOld Store
Boy's Combination Suit
The practical suit for a lively boy. One complete suit, together
within extra pair of Knickerbocker pants to match. Wears as
as rong as two suits. Brandels variety
is enormous. Fit your boy perfectly
In a combination suit
K BOY'S SUITS at $5
Perspiration proof, moth proof.
The strongest, longest wearing and best looking boys'
suits in Omaha-- double elbows reinforced every
where. Finest selected all wool goods; at '
HOYS' BOOKS OK FICTION FKEK With every boys' Suit Saturday
100 titles all rattling good stories for boys.
Biggest bargains hi men's Negligee Shirts that ever came your way.
styles, many new patterns to choose from.
All the right
Special Sale Saturday
In China Dapt. East A read
Traveling men's samples, 300
gongs, all new fall numbers.
We will sell them Saturday at
50 discount Just one-half
our regular prices.
Big Jardiniere Sale
Fancy shapes and assorted
colors sizes 8, 9, 10, 11
Inches worth up 7ffc
to $1.25 each, jC
Fancy Pearl Top Salts and Peppers Made of fine
press cut glass, worth 2 So each, Saturday, . C
at, each C
SPECIAL-MANUFACTURERS' SAMPLE LINE g
Fine Pongee, Mohair and Madras Shirts,
in neckband styles also with collar
attached, all sizes, worth as high as
Men's New Fall Shirts plain or pleated
bosoms new striped designs posi
tively worth up to $3.00,
New arrivals of the latest fall Manhattan and E. & W. Shirts, pleated or stiff bosoms, $1.50 to 3.75
The Newest Arrivals In Men's Fall Neckwear French Squares, Four-ln Hands and n
tecks all the latest fashionable patterns hundreds of novelties, range of prices )
1 of 1
In Housefurnishing Dept. Basement Brandeis Old Store.
Brandels made a great rash purchase of the genuine Old English Grey Acid Proof Enameled Ware (all perfect). This will be the most oxtraor
dinary sale of its kind ever held in Omaha. .Thousands rmember the bargains at our sale a year ago. The bargains we offer here are rveu biggee.
Pudding Pans in 8, 4 and 5 quarts,
worth up to 21c; Baking Pans, 3,
4 and 5 quarts, worth up to 23c;
' Lipped Sauce Pans, I and 4 quarts,
Wash Basin worth 27c and 29c;
5-Inch, worth 33c;
13-ln. Wash Basin,
worth 2lc; 1 quart
long rod handle
dipped, worth 19
n . 1
6 quart pudding pans, 33-cent
value; medium size chambers,
worth 30 cents; 5 quart lipped
preserving kettle, a 33-cent
3 and 4 quart covered Berlin Sauce
pans, 39c and 49c values; 3 and
4 quart kettles, 39c and 43c
values, 45c largesize chambers;
2 quart teapots,
39c values; 6
8 and 9 quart Tea Kettles, up to 95c
values; 3 and 4 quart Coffee Pots,
worth up to 49c; 6 and 10 quart
Berlin Kettles, worth up to 66o;
6-inch Sauce Pans, worth 49c; 10
quart Lipped Pre
worth 56c; 10 to
17 quart Dish Pans
worth up to 7o; 10
and 1& quart Palls,
worth up to 75c; at.
IBc Hydrogen Peroxide. So
25c Dr. Graves Tooth Pow
der, for 12o
!5c Lyon's Tooth Powder 14o
2Dc Crushed Rose Talcum So
Colgate's Talcum Powder ISo
31.50 Oriental Cream ..(1.09
$1.00 Pompelan Massage G9o
Eastman's Bensoln and Al
mond Lotion, for Bo
25e Pond's Finishing Cream,
50c Newbro's Herplclde 45c
250 Danderlne, for 23c
' 1 lb. 20-Mule Team Boras Bo
luc Bhlnola for So
$2.00 llaxor Special , ...B7o
11.50 (Traveling) Toilet
Cases, for 98c
Nice, soft Face Chamois 4o
6 Cakea Ivory Soap for 19o
10c William's Bhavlng Soap
Colgate's EngllBh Process So
Colgate's Shaving Soap So
$1.75 Fountain Syringe 98c
32.50 Combination Fountain
Syringe and Water Bo-ttlo,
our special, for ta.7S
$1.50 Hot Water Bottle 69o
85c Fountain Syringe, 69 o
75c Rubber Gloves, special,
$1.25 Rubber Gloved, special,
for - 69o
60c Locust Blossom Per
fume, ounce 89o
50c White Rose Perfume,
per ounce 39o
60o Flower (Hrl Perfume,
per ounce 89o
Anyone buying one ounce
of perfume Saturday, we
give you free 50c Jar of
Be Mm), Elttenour dtmonstrating Great Liquid Pow
der Oomelllne, has no equal as skla beaatlfler.
BRAN DEI S
NOTES ON OMAHA SOCIETY
Mrs. George Redick Givei Luncheon at
Omaha Club for Miss Brown.
LUNCHEONS AT HAPPY HOLLOW
Miss Kstelle Brown Katertalne Infor
mal Muelrale in Compliment to
SI lea Lett Hohrhoaih, One
of September Brides.
Mrs. George Redick was hostess Thursday
at a farewell luncheon parly ut the Omaha
club In honor of Miss Sue Brown of Galla
tin, Tenn., who haa been spending the sum
mer with Mr. and Mre. J. It. Butler. Miss
Brown left Thursday afternoon for the
south. Those present at the luncheon were
Miss Sue Brown, Miss Ruth Moorhead, Miss
Mary Morgan, Miss Hasel Council, Miss
Elixabeth Congdon, Miss Bess Baum, Miss
Dorothy Morgan and Mrs, George Redick.
At llappr Hollow.
Mrs. J. H. Royce waa hostess at one of
the luncheon parties Friday at Happy Hol
low, most of the guests being members of
the Friday club. The table had a deco
ration of asters. The guests of the club
were Mrs. 11. I. Adams and Mrs. Brunner
and the members Include Mrs. T. C. Brun
ner, Mrs. John E It r, Mrs. John Guild,
Mrs. Edwin Hancy, Mrs. F. B. Kennard,
Mrs. L. H. Korty. Mrs. Palmer, Mrs. H.
Rosewater, Mrs. Andrew Ross, Mrs. Van
Ness Smith,- Mrs. K. G. Smith and Mrs.
The Misses Kliiabeth and Anna Fry, who
return Wednesday to Ilia university at Lin
coln, entertained a number of their college
friends at luncheon Friday at Happy Hol
low. The table had a pretty decoration of
pink and white asters and covers were
laid for twenty. '
For Miss Rohrboaah.
Miss Kwtelle Brown gave a musical
Thursday afternoon at her horns In honor
of Miss Lltta Rohrbough, who Is to be one
of thu brides of this month. One of the
features of the afternoon was the reading
given Ly Miss Brown. Tennyson's "Enoch
Arden," with the Richard Strauss music.
Those present were Mlm Lltta Rohrbough,
Miss Irene Cole, Miss Nina Crlss, Miss
Hazel Loveland, Mies Madeline Davles, Mids
Ethel Conajit, MIbs Grace Rohrbough, Mis
Alice Fawceit, Miss Anna Covell, Miss
Myra Breckenrldge, Miss Katharine Ham
lin, Miss Hermlne Blessing, Miss Lora
Hamilton, Miss Gladys Rohrbough, Miss
Isabel Baldwin, Miss Fannie Howland,
Mixs Alice Marshall, Miss Grace Conant,
Miss Elixabeth Lowrie, Mls Laura Austin,
Miss Henrietta Rees, Miss Myra McClol
land. Miss Louise Shepard, Miss Mayme
Hamlin, Miss Margaret Hamilton, Miss
Elizabeth Hanling; Mesdames M. G. Rohr
bough, Harry Hussle, Arthur Pinto, Thomas
Austin, Frank Hoaglund, Pratt. F. S. Owen,
1'erley, J. JMeMutlen, E. P. Boyer. Fred
Adams, A. T. Austin, Roy Austin, Will
Ruff, Monaghan, George Platner, Aull.
The members of Les Hibnux club of the
Omaha High school gave a danolng
party Friday evening at Happy Hollow,
when about forty young people were pres
ent. The members of the club Include
Mr. Crosby Wyman, Mr. Reed Peters, Mr.
Frank Selby, Mr. Allen Tukey, Mr. Vaughn
Bacon, Mr. Merle Howard. Mr. Harry
Carpenter, Mr. Robert Thompson, Mr.
Sanford Gifford, Mr. Isaac Carpenter, Mr.
Randall Curtis, Mr. Herbert Ryan, Mr.
Samuel Carrier, Mr. Jack Bowen, Mr.
Frank Latenser and Mr. Warren Howard.
Cards were received In Omaha Wednes
day announcing the wedding of Miss Edith
Clarke of Minonk, III., and Homer Searle
You Will Want a Pair
Glove Sale Saturday
At Kilpatrick's, the most interesting Kale of the year.
Entire stock of 12 and 1G button Silk Gloves, double
tipped, all colors two prices, 98c and 59c.
At 59e Gloves worth $2.00 a pair.
At 98c, Gloves worth $3.00 a pair. .
A few are maker's seconds, the bulk however are ab
solutely perfect, and the product of the world's biggest
and best makers.
Get your right size, for as this is the last sale we pre
fer not to exchange.
Thomas Kilpatrick L Co.
of this city, son of Mr. and Mrs. 8. A. f C.
Searle. The wedding took place at the
bride's ' home September 3. Mr. and Mrs.
Searle will take an extensive trip and will
he at home In Omaha at 6106 Capitol ave
nue after December 15.
The wedding of Miss Myrtle Simon ton
of Twenty-second and L streets, South
Omaha, to Mr. Clark Alton will take place
September So in South Omaha.
For Mrs. Peterson.
Mrs. Ira W. Porter gave a small luncheon
at her home Thursday In honor of Mrs.
Peterson of Schuyler, Neb., guest of Mrs.
Mary Auld. The table was decorated with
summer flowers and covers were laid for
Mesdames Peterson. D. E. McCully, M. J.
Cooper, May Auld, F. R. Strelght and Ira
Mrs ' Ellery II. Westerfleld entertained
Informally at her home In Dundee Thurs
day afternoon. In honor of her brother, Mr.
John Orange, and his bride. During tho
afternoon Mrs. William Schaffer rendered
spvm-hI pl.ino solos, which were much en
joyed. Punch was served In the library
by the Misses Blanche Courtrlght, Louise
Hunter and Nanette Aklns. About fifty
guests were present. Mr. and Mrs. Orange
were married recently at Houston, Tex.,
and cume north for their "honeymoon. They
are at home to their friends, for the
present, at Mr. and Mrs. Westerfleld.
St. ratrtcVs Card Club.
Mrs. Edward Reach waa hostess of the
St.- Patrick Card club Thursday afternoon.
The rooms had a trimming of autumn
flowers. First prize was won by Mrs.
Rosstter and second prize by Mrs. Garvey.
Those present were Mesdames Vandercoy,
Leminioux, Lowry, Lollen, Shanahan, Mc
Bride, Haverly, Cunningham, Oarvey, Ros.
alter. McQuaide, Geartn, Garvey, Flanagan
Yellow Hose Card Club,
Mrs. A. Olimun was ..hostess Thursday
afternoon of the meeting of the Yellow Rose
Card club. The high scores were made
by Mrs. C. Loftman, MUs Helen Olunan
and Mrs. G. W. Icken, the other guests
were Mrs. C. Lanstrom, Mrs. J. Norberg,
Mrs. E. Edqulst, Mrs. J. Larson, and the
hostess. The next meeting will be In two
weeks at the home of Mrs. Icken.
Miss Florence Liver will entertain at
luncheon Saturday at the Field club. Covers
will be laid for twenty.
Mr. and Mrs. 8. S. Miller will give a din
ner of sixteen covers Saturday evening at
the Field club.
Come and Go Gossip.
Mrs. James V. Lindsay of Chicago is
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Lindsay
Mrs. Julia A. Hickerson has returned
from an extended visit through the east
and south, Including stops In Canada,
Niagara Falls, Washington. West Virginia
and New Tork City, where she was the
guest of her son, Mr. Oeorge H. Hickerson,
formerly of Omaha, who now resides In
A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs.
Ward Burgess Wednesday.
Mrs. Nathan Merriam and Miss Nathalie
Mcrrlam have returned from a trip
to the Oreat Lakes.
Mrs. Charles Dundey returned Thursday
evening from an extended tsestern trip.
, including a stay in Seattle, Vancouver, B
and Salt Iike City, where she waa
the guest of Mrs. Ashby Cleaveland. Mr.
Dundey is spending a few days in Denver
and will return Sunday.
RESCUING THE CHILDREN
rrominent Women Interest Them
selves In Finding Homes for
Mrs. Frederick Dent Grant and Mrs.
Edith Rockefeller McCormick are among
the leaders of the child rescue campaign
which Is now being carried on. The plan
of this movement Is to take children out
of the Institutions and find homes for
them in private families.
There' Is a choice of several ways of
taking a child Into one's home. The child
may be taken on a limited probation, after
which It may be legally adopted, or it muy
be subject to only a limited adoption,
which seems to mean giving It an education
and a start In business when it reaches
maturity. At the present time it is re
ported thut there is a greater demand for
little girls among families wishing to
adopt children than for boys. During the
last summer several little girls were sent
to England by a New York institution and
were adopted by well-to-do English 1am-llles.
The TeUow Peril.
Jaundice malaria biliousness, vanishes
when Dr. King's New Life Pills are taken.
Guaranteed. L5c. Beaton Drug Co.
To Clean White Gloves.
Wash the gloves in gasoline until per
fectly clean. While still wet lay on a
white cloth and cover thoroughly with
flour on both sides. This will form a paste.
When dry shake off the flour and the
gloves will ba soft and white.
acts oatlyyot prompt-
ly on mo uovveis,cieuu5u3
fhe system ejectu ally,
assists ono m overcoming
norma nontly. To get its
beneficial effects buy
Manujactured hy X he
Fig Sthup Co.
5010 BY LI A a NO DRUCOiiTS-SCXi-KoOTTU
At the Theaters
"The Cowboy Girl," at the Kru.
Musical melodrama was given an ovation
Thursday evening at the Krug theater
by a large audience that witnessed the
first performance of "The Cowboy Girl."
The story Is thut of an orphau girl who
has cast her lot with the cowboys and
ranchers after her father has been mur
dered for his rich mines by a mustached
villain who resembles all other bad west
erners in the essential features. After
a number of exciting acenex the mine is
restored to the cowboy girl, who marries
the man of her choice. Miss Sue Mar
shall talicH tho name part and handles It
to the satisfaction of everyone, singing
several songs suited to her character
and winning rounds of applause. An
other pleasing character Is that of the
young man who becomes the cowboy girl's
mining and life partner, and H. L. Rich
ardson, who takes the part, sings one of
the hits of the evening. Miss Iva Teel
and the "Boston Tourist Girls" ulao cre
ate a commotion, and other songs aro
sung by W. A. Morse and Will G. Fry,
the' latter with a chorus of Indian maids.
In the production the usual villain, Mex
ican "greaser," good Indian, cow pony
and gun play are seen, and the piece has
fur one of It main features tho catchy
surifc'd that ar3 sung.
that he wanted to leave a considerable
amount of money with some responsible
countryman. To show his responsibility
Peri produced $100 which he placed In a
handkerchief with a similar amount of
Lablano's. The handkerchief was thrust
In Perrl's shirt and he was cautioned not
to open the same for several days. He
opened the same, however, In a few hours
and found that It contained but a few old
FALL VEGETABLES "ARE IN
Practically Everything; for Thanks
giving Dinner Is on the
Thu green things with which tho grocers'
racks have been laden for weeks are be
ginning to give way to the rich red, yel
low, blue and brown of the ripened fruits
and winter vegetablos. Concord grapes are
plentiful just now and sell at 10 and 25
cents a basket. Tokay grapes are in and
selling at 15 cents a pound. The first of
the wild plums or the goose plums, as tliey
are sometimes called, ate in market now
and sell at 4') cents a basket. They are a
trifle green, however, but fairly good, A
few boxes of blue berries are still to be
had. Home-grown peaches are in market
and sell for $1 a market basketful.
Fine big, ripe tomatoes sold Friday
morning for 15 cents a market basketful.
Home-grown asparagus was one of the
novelties in murket Friday morning. The
stalks were small, however, and sold for
10 cents a bunch. Hubbard squashes ari
soiling at 10, ID and 20 cents each, and the
crookneck and little summer squashes at
10 and 15 cents each. Cauliflower espe
cially firm, and while sells at
12 cents a pound, and turnips at 30 cents
a peck. Nice, green and red peppers sell
from 5 to 15 cents a doznn, according to
slse. Little yellow tomatoes are in and
sell for 45 cents a market basket.
Watermelons and cantaloupes are plenti
ful and sell about aa they have for tho
Package creamery butter sells for 26 and
28 cents a pound, and the" guaranteed eggs
for 25 cents a dosen.
By using the various departments of The
Bee Want Ad Pages you get best results
at least expense.
OMAHA-GOCD SITE FOR MILL
El Itenu Company Decides Already to
Double Capacity First De
termined I. won.
Possibilities of Omaha becoming a milling
center are so attractive to the Canadian
Mllng company of El Reno, Okl., which
has just bought u site for a mill In OniarrfC
that tile company has alreedy decided to
double the capacity originally planned for
the Omaha plant.
T. F. Blake, J. W. Muney and Henry
Schafer of El Reno, officers of the Cana
dian Milling company, ate In Omaha to
consult with material companies and con
tractors about the proposed plant. They
announce Ihut v. Iilie1 their orlginul plan wu
to build a mill of 1.001 barrels capacity
they have decided to make it a plant cap
able of milking S.ui barrels of flour every
twenty-four hours, They mean to push
work on the plafu this fall and winter.
PIS0 AND LABIANO ARE HELD
Two Men Who Hob a Fellow Coun
tryman Are Bound Over to
The preliminary hearing of Frank Piko
and J.oe Lablano, after several postpone
ments, was finally concluded In police
court Friday morning, and despite the at
tempts of the defendants to strove an alibi
they were found guilty by Judge Craw
ford and bound over to the district court
In the sum of tl.oiio each.
Piso and Lablano are the two Italians
who robbed a fellow countryman, Louis
J' rrl, a fruit dealer at Sixteenth and
l.ocuit streets, of $44 on the afternoon of
August 19 In a novel manner. The couple
met Perrl at the market and after a few
momenta conversation I. ablatio explained
RCHZIRD & WlLHELJVi
414416413 South Sixteenth St.
Special for Saturday Only
The indications are that there will
be a number of warm days this sea
son in which this rocker could be
used out doatrs. It is also an excel
lent rocker for the living room or
bed room. This is made of the best
Gorman Heeds, large size, full roll
seat and arms, comes in green finish
for porch use, natural shellac- for
interior use. Special for Saturday,
and Saturday only, each ..$1.95
Special in the Basemen
This is a large sizo family food chop
per, one that is supplied with five cut
ting discs, making it possible to chop
all kinds of meats, vegetables or fruits.
This is a regular $1.25 article. Sat
urday only, each G8c