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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 9, 1910)
TIIR REK: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, XOYEMBF.K P. 1010.
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Special Shopping Service
You Can Order By I
From Brandcis Stores
Just as satisfactorily as you could make,
your selections in Person.
We prepay express or freight charges on
all purchases of $5.00 or more made by mail.
Try shopping by mail. You run no risk,
Read this over: '
If for any reason whatever yon are not
entirely satisfied with any purchase from
Bra&deda Stores, you may return the same at
our expense and vre will promptly refund
Samples sent free and prepaid. Write
today for our little booklet, "How to Bhop
by Mail at Brandeis Stores. "
the Largest Store in the West
Drandois St ores-Omaha
he New Winter Sljle Hooka are here. Kici1
pattern with every Btyle book . .'. . 20.
Omaha Women Have Been
Waiting This Annoncemeni S
Have Just Arrived Sale Starts VVednesJay
1,800 EIQII GRADE LADIES' SUITS FROM B
HYMAN COHN, 65 E. 8TH ST., NEW YORK.
A HOUSE OF WIDESPREAD FAME AS DE- J
SIGNERS OF QUALITY TAILORED SUITS. B
Twleo a year we contract for these extremely high grade suits. Made
to our order from the surplus stock of fijje all wool drefs goods mater- P?
!als. Its the bulk of remaining goods after the Reason's orders have
been filled. The styles are left to us. We have these suits built In K
styles we know best suits the Omaha well dressed women. These suits g
are identically the same suits made to sell the country over for
$35, $40 and $45 jj
Coming in wide wale diagonals, heavy serges, two tone materials and f
beantlful Scotch Mixtures, cut in the popular 29 and 30 inch, semi- g
fitted or mannish tailored jackets, some soft collars, while others have y
;he velvet collars In different shades. The skirts are made in pleated
gore, and flounce effects, some trimmed with braid. The jackets are
Jined with the finest quality of Skinner satin. There Is not a single
'undesirable suit in the lot. Every suit is a pleasure' to wear on ac- El
count of its stunning simplicity and dressy appearance.' No better suits g
can be made from the standpoint of workmanship and quality of fab- g
rlc. Come In and look them over. It's always a pleasure for us to '
sell these suits, because of the exceptional satisfaction our customers
get from them. Your unrestricted choice of any suit In the entire lot f
i ICvery time I aeo tlia; face
I think of m(us shoes on
l- Iftcenth street. ,
If strangers .come into your business office,
haven't they,the same right, yea even inclination,
to judge your business by the appearance of your
office equipment as they would a man by his per
sonal appearance! And what is more, they do. We
sell complete 'office equipments Globe-Wernicke
Book Cases and Filing Cabinets, Office Desks,
Tables, Chairs, etc. - .
h Orchard & Wilhelm
TO MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY WOULD BE AN EXTRAVAGANCE.
Ladles' Suit Department, 2d Floor.
So Do You
i It, n li"n ymi V
Uil excluMivcly t'
.'iin't hPlji tt, n li"n ymi know of a
stur ileviiinl excliiKivclv to
wlifie you lain huy p ery i I n from
t'.io nieiltii :n iirtccs to the
i without n ilmilit ttie mint flurab'e
Itf.'h Kiaiit- kIiiip In Ainci'lni vou
nauiiHlly want to bp In Hop with the
hundreds nf jmli npn tin nro pleased
ulth the extra vaiuea ntvcn ai
314 iouth 13 h it.
stuj ymi I'wnme IntPiestPil In tha
store eatabliHipil for you uml
This Im rot a cnp of "hypnottc .iif
Kestlor." but n plain ca'ai of more
sroe leather ami style for loss money
Edwartl S. Thompson
"BHOI BEi.irrr for nigh on to S
rx riarat In this townmhio."
No Day Like Wednesday
Machine Silk, all colors and
black, special, 2 spools (or 5
Ladles' Pluou and Pad Hobo
Supporters, regular 25c, spe
cial, at, per pair . . . 12H
Bone Hairpins, Mi dozen to.
a box, extra fine Quality, spe
cial, at 5
Hair Barretts, In shell and am
ber, regular 26c value, special,
at, each 10J
Elastic remnants, all colors,
fancy and plain, -yard strip,
Brooches, Veil Pins, Jabot Pins.
regularly sold for 25o, Wed., lOo
Belt Pins and Buck lea, 50o value,
Beauty Pins, from I to six on a
card, for ........So
$1.75 White Porcelain Com-
blnettes, for 98
$2.39 Aluminum Frying Pans,
at. each . . . $1.1)8
10c Aluminum Jelly Moulds, 4
Sapolln Stoys Pipe enamel 100
$1.00 Floor Sweeps, good
bristle, each 49
Scrub Brnsh. rice root .... 7
20c Stoye'Brush. 10
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.... Xi AT
Boys -Hifre s yur chance, all
our -Foot-Bali Hants at one
half their regular selling price.
Books for Children 19c
Wednesday we will place on sale a large assortment of books for
children. All standard, good reading Juvenile books, such as
. Peter Rabbit, Black Sambo, Black Beauty. Rab.
and His Friends, Alice In Wonderland, and many
others. Colored Illustrations. Your choioe, only
Think of a
when you think
The Bennett Co.
16th and Harney Sts.
"I want to give every
erson not using rlcctric
ight three itai reasons
why the General Electric
Mazda Lamp should make
them have their house, store,
office or factory wired.
The G-E Mazda
Lamp gives nearly three
times the light of the
ordinary carbon incandescent
It costs no more to burn.
The quality of light is vastly superior a clear
white light like sun rays."
"The General Electric Mazda Lamp repreumrs the
hiph-mark in the evolution of incandctcent electric lighting.
It blends inventive triumph and manufacturing skilK and
V . WWV-.W I.J. AWW
you reap the benefit in the torm ot dollars and cents, and
freedom from eye strain when using artificial light"
"I want the chance to prove to your entire satisfaction
that this wonderful lamp is even better than represented.
Come in today and see for yourself. Your call places
you under no obligation, and is apt to be decidedly to
Be careful to see that every electric lamp you buy bears
the G. C monogram.
Omaha Electric Light and Power
i".ri,' AXSJUJL- j
fT ' 1 fii! ii n I U HI lit It till I ! I il i I !
Special Grocery Offers for Wednesday and Tharsday
Bennett's Excelsior Flour,"
sack, tO stamps .... 1.8 .
Bennett's Capitol Coff, lb.
pkg., special offer .... BOO
Oolden Kio Coffee, special fc.
lb. offer Mo
68c grade Assorted Tsaa, lb.,
Tea HiftlnKS. special, lb. okg..
at ia .
Double Btampn on Granulated Buirar.
French Cut Loaf Sugar, 10 stamps,
packss;e . . 860
tfuilfl Beans with Chloken. can, 10
Lima Beans with Chicken, can, 10
Chef Boneles Herring;, 10 stamps. 2
"Three 1-lb. pkgs. Sterling- aionx
Five pounds to Jap Rice for .... SSO
Double stamps on Butterlne and
Quart Jar large Spanish Olives, JO
Diamond Crystal Table Bait. 3 pkfH.,
10 stamps 860
B. C. Baking Powder, 6 In.
.can, 100 stamps .... 81.00
8peolal Hale Beauty Aspara
gus, two cans 3So
B. C Pure Pepper, 4 lb. oann,
6 stamps 100
Dutch Hand Soap, S oakes,
10 stamps 86o
Hartley's Orange Marmalade,
Jelly, Jar BOO
Pickles, assorted, bottle, 6
stamps . ; 100
Horseradish (new) bottle 6 stamp.
for . .'. . . . .' lOo
Oaillard's pure Olive Oil, quart cam,
20 stamps '. SOo
Safety Matches, I dosen boxes, 10
Olllett's Mastard, S stamps. Jar...lOo
Dusky Diamond Tar Soap, 6 oaka
10 stamps BSo
Bennett's Crystal Oats, 1 lb. pkg., 10
B. C. Pure Maple Syrup, quart can,
York Hose Toilet Soap, t cakes, 10
Swanndowh Shredded Codfish, t pkicx..
ID stamps BAo
Pickling Spice, pound, 30 stamps a&o
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WtDDIIiQ INVITATIONS. ANN0UNCf.!OTS
AH correct forms In current social usage engraved In th best
manner and punctually delivered when promised.
E1YIBOSSED FYS OH OGHAM STATIONERY
and other work executed at prices lower than usually prevail
A. I. ROOT, IriconpoRATED
1210-1212 HOWARD ST. PHONE D. 1004
BAILEY a MA C H
S3 E N T I B T Li
mtnM anisi ocxie. u s sarawe wesi. nifi"
like tke teeLsv All Irni rls ftrwXuiijr ewtlfed alir ea4
. PAXTON BLOCK
"Umaha Uav' at
" the Fruit Show
Commercial Club Arrange (or Big
Delfgation to Go in Body to
Council Eiuf ft. '
Cosnlsance of "Omaha day" at the Coun
cil Bluffs Corn hj was taker Tuesday
noon ty the (tecutive cunnyitie uf the
Commerclul club. , ami the entertainment
committee of he. club was InatriK'ted to
organise a big Omaha erurs on auroaa the
r.vtr. , ) . j
The show is oftieially knewo as the Na
Unnul Krult end Corn rxiwaltion. "Omaha
y ' is 'riJa . Noiulvr 11 . One of the
tfuiJhles to le won tlnie In a Sliver cup
Ives by the r tit on block Yards company
Uirvujh Ueoorai UaiMmer Ev U iiuoky
Ingham. The Orain exchange Is the donor
of soother cup.
'. The eiecutive committee also took action
regarding the first convention of the Ne
brsska State Irrigation association, which
will be held at Bridgeport. November IS
and 18. Frank Haller was named chair
man of a delegation to represent the club.
sir. Haller Is chairman ot the club's com
mlttee on agriculture.
The executive committee devoted Its ses
sion chiefly, to recognising conventions and
the like, and besides the above also took
cognizance ef the manufacturers' dinner to
te held at the clue rooms November I.
T. I Davis was appointed chairman of
the committee on ' municipal atfairs. to
succeed lAUher Kountse. resigned. Che
ter L. Hail, manager of the Hughes-Purc. U
Pa!nt conipui. nraa e I voted to membership.
rendered amlfcvptie by Bucklen's Aruire.
Falve. the healing wonder for surea, burns,
piles, euaeou and salt rbeuiu. Itc ir
Skis by jteatoa Druj C,
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Twenty-five miles west ol
Pueblo. Our - district markets
apples in Omaha, this la due to
their high quality. -.
If desired we plant and care
for orchard until bearing, "at
We have the finest Irrigation
system In the world, all being
built of cement, which means
an enormous saving in the up
keep of same.
We also , built, own, and op
erate a railroad connecting with
the Santa Fe and D. & It. G., no
other district offers such ship-'
ping facilities. .
.We, firmly believe that we of
fer you better values In land
and water rights than any other
section. Investigate uh, we seek
It; Join others on a trip of In
spection; you lose only' two
daysMime on the round trip.
Drop a card. I will call.
C P. QUINLIN,
Ilox 697. ' Omaha, Neb.
1 leaver Land and Irrigation
Company, Penrose, Colorado.
11 1 ni Dttn iuw u.its.
"M WAVE- A CASit 5FMT 1
UL 3224 So, ZUh Street
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Often Late for Meals?
Do Members of Your Household
ent times and do they want their toast, coffee cake or rolls B
crisp and hott Is it easy for you to have them sot
DO YOU now many more annoying, unsuccessful and
wearisome domestic experiences than trying
to keep foods warm especially on gas or other flame
DO YOU wan C"SP cora or "M flakes, shredded
( wheat biscuits or crackers t '
DO YOU no ave f0(is left from dinner every day of
the world, which you desire to render more
palatable and appetizing for luncheon, by warming them
DO YftTT w(mt to burn the gas to heat your oven to do
Uyi AVU this workt
DO YOU a Boce.fiil Food Warmer whf?n you do
heat it or does it dry or burn your foods and
does it not require your continued presence and attention
in th kitchen?
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