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NOTABLES TO Y.H.C. A. MEET!
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Men of Prominence Will Attend An
j anal Conyention.
OPENTJtt ' SESSION THURSDAY
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Planer t Tmmian IIel First Frac
tion of Gatfceria Centlnsjee t
Baa-la r FTelr Ifrt
Tha thirty-first annual mate convention i
of the .Toung Mvn'i Christian association j
wlli orn here Thursday evening with ,
more tsn .delegates In attendance. The
convention i HI last four days, opening
with the annual dinner to be held at the
Taxton hotel Thursday right, closing: with
religious services Ptinday nlirht.
No questions of momentous Importance
for the .conyeoton to be decided this ses
sion, but rtie volume of ordinary business
will kep the members busy. Five sessions
will be held by the convention. The de
partments of the Toung Men's Christian
association work will also have a number
Men. of national reputation will attend
the convention. Among the vlsitora will be
Hev. John Timothy fitono, pastor of the
Fourth Presbyterian church of Chicago;
Ilfy V''f. sV., president of the Na
tional i Conrervatron congress; Harry P.
Duncan. Judge 4f the Tenth Judicial dis
trict; F. W". Ober, editor of Association
Men, Uia, official YounK Men's Christian
association magailne; Dr. William R. Dob
bint, chairman state executive committee
of Missouri; William M. Parson, state
secretary of the Young- Men's Christian
a.Hjorltlort oT-, 10a; A. J. Klllott, Interna
tional atjjifent Wcretary; A. E. Roberts. In
ternal tott I cijunty secretary; E. C. Wol
cntt. general secretary at Sioux City; Dr.
If. F.liestsnberg of the Chicago Institute
and T(Timf,: tiool; W. Wv Lock wood of
the Ifofant . ytefi i Christian association of
Rhanghkl. Cnlka; W. J. Hill of Lincoln,
Neb. Moat of the visitors will give ad
Second Prisoner is
Victim of Smallpox
Harry Mack Taken to the Pet
Home ' ' When Stricken
A second case of smallpox was discov
ered fn the county Jail Wednesday morn
ing, when Harry Mack, serving a term for
breaking and entering, was found to be ill.
Mack has been removed to the pest
house. The Jail la again being fumigated.
The building has been placed under quar
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FICKLENESS AMONG FICKS
CAUSES A LEGAL TANGLE
Omaha Man Wants Woman. Who May'
or Mar ot Re Ills Wife, to Come
Back Home to Hint.
Carl Flck wants his wtfe back.
Mrs. .Flck won't come back. .Besides she
say she is not Mr. Flck any more, but
Mrs. Earl Brcady of Kansas City.
Hh. points to' a decree of divorce granted
In Douglas county. Flck, through his law
yer Sophus KeblAt replies that ehe has an
nulled that divorce by her remarriage In
Kansas tnty. ,
, Mr. Neble went to Kansas City recently
to try to Induce Mrs. Flck or Bread y to
return to her husband here. She left him
standing on the corner watching the street
car speed up the boulevard.
Mr.. Flck is displeased. Now he has writ
ten to hi wlfa, or former wife, as the case
may be. ta notify her .that it she won't
be good and come home he will prosecute,
WATER BOARD MEMBERS
TALK TO REAL ESTATE MEN
Explain Their Views on the Neces
sity of Making Another
Three members of the Water board. M.
T. Harlow, 1. K. Congdon and Charles R.
Sherman,' appeared before the Heal Estate
exchange Wednesday and explained the
situation, .the board relative to the pro
posed bond lsue of something over $8,.
Victor Roeewater also addressed the ex
change on the water bond question.
A FVIshtfnl Experience
with biliousness, malaria and constipation
I quickly overcome by taking Dr. King'
New Ufe Mil SSo. For sale by Beaton
Drug ,Co. ,, . .
(tors Famon Sork Ilrrr
has them all "backed off the boards" for
QUALITY and DELICIOC8 FLAVOR. We
have no-' eompetltfun in these two points.
We brew and , sell much mora than any
other brewery In the city. On draught
March 9. Look for a STORZ sign or phone
CIIA8. RT0RS5, Web. Jnd. H-1261. if
you wise 'It In bottle.
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And all. ram who do a great deal
of walking and are hard on shoe
ESero Is a Shoe
for you Drexel's "Diamond T"
a specially constructed shoe for
We have, uistomera . who get .
from IS to 18 months steady ser
vice from these shoes.
Thry are nude of Plupy's glaz
ed kid, beat quality, kid lined, foot
formed lasts Doubled soled to
heel with double steel shanks.
Sole guaranteed waterproof. The
quality of Oak Sole used In these
noes will outwear X or 3 pairs of
lib 00 worth of service for
1410 Farnam Street
UNUSUAL EVENT FOR THURSDAY
Great Sale of Corsets
Manufacturers' Samoles. A
Worth $1.50, $2, $2.50, at... UVL
All new models, suitable for
medium and stout figures.
Made of best quality imported
batiste and French coutil, hip
less models, side lace models,
broken busts, four hose sup
portersall neatly finished
with embroidery and lace.
Actsallf Worth from $L50 to $2.50
J r mrwvTK'm-vu-wa-m -wM-m - n "W -wrm ww n wrm -w I r.
M If It's (coxl sugTKestlnn when we say: "Call 1 g
A GREAT SALE OF UNMADE
Embroidered Waist Patterns M The Final Orders in Boys' Clothing
$1:50 and $2.00 VALUES at 98c EACH
From batiste, soisette and poplin materials, in all colors
and white and-black. Each waist pattern containing
ample material and all the trimming necessary, includ
ing bands and edgings. These charming waist patterns
have been displayed in our 16th street window. Bargain
square, main floor; worth up to $2.00 Q
at, each .... J O C
WOMEN'S 75c NECKWEAR, at 25c EACH
New Dutch and Middy lace and embroidery trimmed collars,
fancy stocks, tailored stocks, embroidered and fancy lace
jabots, fancy silk bows some Persian effects. All newest
creations a hundred styles to select from
worth up to 75c, at, each. . : w lIC
40c WIDE EMBROIDERIES at 19c a Yard
18-inch fine Swiss, nainsook and cambric Tlounclngs, skirtings, corset
coverings; also wide edges and insertions choice designs in English.
eyelet, floral, gulputre and blind effects. Big bargain square
plied high at, yard, . ,
Very stylish mercerized material
of high luster, In patterns and
color effects taken from the best
silk foulards. 30 Inches jr
wide, at, yard JLwC
Bas.tnent Wash Ooofls Sept.
36-lnch Imperial Sea Island Nainsook,
made from fine comhed yarn and
contains no dressing-. Just the right
texture for maklnar the fine unrier-
tfarmente special for one i
day; a holt of II
Basem.net White Good Dept.
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ST. PATRICK'S DAY NOVELTIES
In Hraridels Pompelan Iloom.
Hundreds of novelties that are clever and new. Snakes,
plug hats, Irish figures, harps, grips, pigs, candy boxes of all
kinds, party favors and table decorations. Widest possible va
riety. Very moderately priced.
This includes those popular bitter sweet chocolates, in a
variety of rich, creamy, fruit and crushed nut center.
These sell regularly at 40c a pound Thursday 'IC
-nt. a nound "Ul
We're Showing All the New Grays
and Tans in Our Ladies' (J)
Spring Suits and Coats, at
For the larger part, mannish worsteds and Imported French
serges are the materials. The suits show the shorter jackets, tail
ored with Btratght lines, giving that most fashionable "The Mannish
Custom Tailored" effect. . Some of the patterns are plain shades
with a hair line or pencil stripe, others bring out the mannish checks,
while some speak pnletly in plain colors. The collars come In three
charming effects. The narrow lapel with the silk facing, another
the sailor collar for the younger figures, while the third comes In
shawl style, a very popular collar with the taller women. The pock
ets are not so frequently noticed. The bottoms, however, command
your attention for their Individuality and charms.
The skirts are" narrower still, yet they lack that skimpy, scant
apperance, -which called for such. wide comment when first these
skirts were Introduced. The tailor's art has accomplished this. All
these charms are found In hundreds of different fabrics. Never were
we so able to perfectly meet the demands of all types of Omaha
women, at $25.
The coats are fitted Just a bit, yet In no way do they wander
from the "straight line" effects of the suits, which Dame Fashion
says must be the vogue. These, too, show the shawl collars and the
plain lapels, the plain 'sleeves, and, too, they are finished with Duch
ess satin or Peau de Cygne silk. We ask that you visit the display
Thursday after making the rounds of all other stores. We promise
you greater advantages in these garments at $25.00 than others
stores' lines do that come as high as $30 and $35.
THVItSDAY FOR THE F1KST TIME 100 Gray and tan "Slip
on" Raincoats In full lengths. These are loose fitting models. Bet
ter prepare for a rainy day. They are but $5.00.
CAME TODAY. EVERY SVIT AND COAT MI ST GO
Cut their prices, and vacate the valuable space they have been occupy
ing all wlnter Every garment In any style or fabric, worth up to $5.00,
will go Thursday, at $2.50
One big, quirk. Out of the Way Sale. No goods will "Summer"
here this year. Make your investment early Thursday.
Our Spring Silk Foulards are Irresistible
The designs are so numerous, allowing no monotonous repetitions,
that makes one fear that her next door neighbor or intimate friend
shall appear in a duplicate pattern. Each design shows some touch
of Individuality, perhaps, by stripes, checks, or pretty figure
combination, The dissimilarities are in some instances great, in
others small, but always perceptible. They come, yard '85 antl $1.
NEW SILK POPLINS THURSDAY AT 69c
and they are truly of royal beauty, coming In 27 Inch widths of blue,
Copenhagen, black, brown and navy. These goods ordinarily wear,
prices reading $1.00. Extra value Thursday, at yard G9.
A HANDSOME GROUP OF NEW CHALLIES AT 29c
in floraj'or Persian designs; also some pretty new stripes in light or
dark colors with borders. Choice Thursday, at, yard 29.
OUR .NEW BATISTE OR DIMITIES ARE HERE NOW AT 15c
Our Big Sale on Frames to Order is Win-
msf YTe Mnmr PvianJo
,i -j alall wo tiuuy a, i iitu9
Of course;' 4hls is the main reason of .this exceptional offer.
your, unframed pictures to our Art Department this week, and have
them framed'at a saving of 20 per cent.
500 DISTINCTIVE STYLES OF FRAMING DONE.
THE MOST SENSATIONAL 1
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BRANDEIS STORES J g
f- BRANDEIS STORES
Balcony of Pompeian
Tuesday and Wednesday,
March 14 and 15,
Prom 2:30 Till 4:30 P. M.
Prizes for Most Beautiful
1st Prize Diamond Locket
2nd Prize Diamond Ring
3rd Prize Silver Mug ,
Every Child Will Have Photograph Taken Free.
A Matinee Ticket to Every Mother.
If you wish to enter your baby at the show, call up
this store aml'ask for "Baby Show Manager," or you can
fill out entry blank by asking tloormeu at front door
univ l;iiie.s irom mumns iu t mumus jire entnuu1
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End of the Week Wall Paper Sale
'Wall rapar for rjr room In tha honsa in all ahadss rsduca thsir pricas
for tha bsjanos of this wssk. Thousands of rolls thrown Into this frost sals.
Hot ana eompara tnssa pness wiu moss ox ouir siorssi
All our kitchen blocks and bedroom
patlerns, with borders to match,
those worth to 10c, this sale, at,
per roll , 3o
All parlor and living- room and library
patterns, wnn or wunoui uoruem,
in all new colorings, worth up to
All patterns of non-fadable duplex
oatmeal papers, In plain, stripe and
figure effects, worth up to 76c a
roll, this week, choice at 850
Imitation Art Glaus, giving stained
and leaded effect, regularly sold at
25c, this sale, choice, per square
35c uer roll, this week, at . ...lSUc .' foot, at 160
All our kitchen Llocks and Imitation varnish tile, regularly sold up to 20c.
thla week, at, per roll 18Vi
These papers are made by tha largest high grade. Wall Paper manufac
turer In America, and each pattern carries with It a newness and freshness of
design that makeu the antlcipatior of housecleaning time apleasure.
Lraaies r ooiwear Daie 1 1
Ever held by any sHore in America Begins FRIDAY
MORNING AT 8 O'CLOCK. 2,G00 pairs of brand new
Spring and Summer 191 1
Dorothy Dodd Pumps and Oxfords
MadeHo sell at $3.50', $4.00 and $5.00. All new styles,
all new leathers, new velvets, silks, new white kids, and
all new shades. Every size and width. Choice, begin
Ktra help and floor spare will help to make your selections
genuine pleasure. KKAI THURSDAY'S ANNOUNCEMENT.
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Lcira Where It's Best ( turn
TblDklng about buying land? Want
to know what soil and climate ara best
suited for certain farming?
Our Land Bureau . gives free Information about soil,
climate, and conditions In all parts of tbe country.
We have gathered data, and can tell you what you desire
V.rlte the Land Information Bureau. Tbe
Twentieth Century Fanner, Omaha. Neb., today
and your questions will get prompt attention.
"LOT ITS" Hrand
I large cans Sunset Milk 25c
48-lb. sack 'Kmcellence" Flour.. $1.00
l-lb. pkgs. Barley Flour, Barley Cof
fee or Cream Barley 10c, for your
Imported (French) Sardines, per
Large Kittle (assorted) Stuffed
Olives : 25c
l-lb. tins Fancy Asparagus Tips., lie
l-lb. pkg. 20-Mule-Team Hor.ix ...10c
I-lh. cans Kipe Olives 2'c
Strictly Fre Kkks. fn;m the llrn-
rels Farm) per dozen
"LoTl'S" Creamery Butter, per lb 29c w
BAIEBT SKFABTMEBTT SFXCIAI.. V'
1'rune take 10c ?'
A (ielklous ilth spiced cuke, with lm- (2 ;
purled Prunes chopped fine and 13
mixed through cake: sell regularly
for l!.ie Thiirsihiy (only) 10c j
CaBTDY DEPlaTMXJtT PKCIaX. M
Old FHshloued tlourhound Stick Zj
Candy, oer lt ... 10c OA
Tiie candy f6r young and old. Only V
-ll. to a customer.
T'nrk i.olnri, per lh
No. I Bajon, per 111 ....
Fresh Cutfisii, per Ih
So Choice Finan Huddle, per lb.
foswgjk Qvttgz 0" C-i C CEr CfSJk
(ip Tail's Dental Roims
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
Best Fasaa I'aper la Ifce West.
The Sunday Dee
Is anxiously swalted by
tbor.e who are specially
Interested in lands, (he
sort that buy and sell
end encourage others to
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Better Bargains TZ Pcaliody Sto:!(
f i ni nil n t ii ii i ..in .
Shoe of all A
atchlcss Showing (lev; Spring Styles
In the Tailored Suits the
coats are ft little shorter, the
skirts wider than in the early
This Season, as usual, tha
CROWN JEWEL SUITS
lead all competitors are
superior to all others shown
anywhere at the price, $25
Over 2,500 Tailored Suits
now in stock, showing:
25 styles at $25.00
20 styles at $35.00
15 styles at $50.00
275 Tailored Suits beauti
ful materials, all colors and
sizes, including white and
black stripe serge, made to
sell to $25; choice, $14.90
Now Hprlng Imo, to $8.YOO
Values, at $10. 50 Big special
purchase, choice new styles In
Bilks, foulards, panamas, etc.
fancies, plain colors, checks and
stripes; the most beautiful de
signs; greatest values ever
915.00 Kprlng Coats, $10.00
Long coverts, nergea and fancy
mltures all new spring models;
Dnlnty Wash Dresses, to 915.00
Values, at 91.0ft Sample lines
from noted New York makers,
Silk and net,
black or white,
values to $5.00,
O I n g ham ap
rons, worth to
75c; on sale
while they last
together with marvelous1 Values
from the Peabody stork. ' Over
400 garments for your selection.
Batiste, lingeries, cotton voiles,
French sephyrs, ginghams; beau
tifully trimmed, to $15.00 val
ues; choice . .
To $7.50 values,
on sale at
50c Embroider FJou icings at, Per Yard 19c
Thursday we will place on sale a splendid new line of
18-inch Skirt Flouncings, beautiful new designs, as
shown in 16th St. window the past few days; in
values to 50c a yard, at IwC
We have no competition in showing of embroideries,
either in assortments or values. "We know it nnd you'll
admit it, too, when you look over the new goods.
Eztra Specials Thursd'y
FROM THE PEABODY STOCK.
No Dealers or l'eddlers on Tills
At 0 A. M. Snow white yard wide
Muslin, same conceit as Hope,
sells at 10c yard (10-yard limit),
at, yard 5Ht
At 10 A. M. 36-inch Unbleached
Muslin, 10 to 20 yards to piece,
regular 7c value (10-yard lim
it), at, yard. 5
At 2 P. M. Genuine Windsor Ba
tiste, absolutely fast colors, reg
ular price 12 c (10-yard limit),
at, yard 7M
At 4 P. M. 36-lnch Percales, fine
. styles, 80 squares, dark or light
colors, regular price 12&c (12
yard limit), at, yard 7H
BARGAINS FOR ALIi DAY.
B-4 Bleached Sheeting, the genuine
Hterllug I rand; regular price 27 He,
9-4 Brown Sterling;, regular 26c, lstyo
No. 5441 Southern Turkish Hath
Towels, durable warp, large, heavy,
regular price 15c, all day 110
No. 6451 Imported 54-lnch Merrerlied
Iatnask, made to sell at 39c, Thurs
dny, all day 940
6410, a heavy round thread linen fin
ished Kheet, 81x90, worth 86c ear-h.
all day 63o
Ten extra specials In Wash Goods
Rug and Carpel Specials for Thursday '
FROM THE 1HG PHILADELPHIA STOCK PURCHASE
Extra Hevy Velvet Rugs 9x11
size, big line of patterns, Pea
body price $15.00; our sale
Tapestry Hrussels Stair Carpet
2 7 Inches wide, Peabody price
65c yard; our sale price, per
Illg Line Cocoa Mud Mats, at. . . .
Big Corset Sale Thursday
Manufacturers' samples, all new spring
Btyles, high class new goods; in 3 lots:
Corsets worth to $1.25 Two pairs of hose
$1.50 quality Corsets, with extra long
double hose supporters 15c
Corsets worth to $2.50, all standard makes,
in nearly all sizes, at V 08c
We show complete line of all stand
ard corsets: Nemo, Warner's, It. & O.,
Royal Worster, W. B., Kabo, C. B., etc.
Prices ranging from $10Q Up,
When You Can Save from 25 ro to 50 on Your Grocery Bill,
Why Pay More? It Pays to Trade at Hayden's
The best Patent Flour, made from the
finest No. 1 wheat. ever niu-k guar
anleed, and If not satlHliu-tory after
using half your money refunded In
full per sao ''
21 !. best Oranulated Sugar. .$ 1.00
10 bars lenox, uiauionci . iw"
'Km-All Soap ror . .
10 lbs. best White or bellow
I lha. best hand r'l"el "vy
t lbs. good Japan Hba
(iallon cans Table K rup .......
The bem hoda or Oyster Lrnckers
The Lest -rlp (linger Snaps, lb.
ti. beat t'rtso 1'retels. lb
4-ib, pkg. 1'yramU Huslilug l'dr..lc
Yeast i'oain. pkg ... .2o
Tbe flnext line of Dried Fruit In tbe
city and a saving of 2i to 50.
Zggs, Butter and Cases Prices That
Mmb Something to Too.
Tbe best stib tly Fieuli F.ggs. nothing
finer st !0c doxen, our price, ll'it
Fancv No. 1 t'reaniery llutter, lb lie
. . .26c
. . . lie
. . . 2nc
Fancy No. 1 Tloll Mutter, lb tic
Oood Dairy Butter, lb ISc
The bent Full (.'ream White or Col
ored ' 'lieehe, lb ... 20c
Highland tTavsl OrangM,
Cheaper Taaa AppJss
Regular buc kize, per doitcn SOc
tiegulur 4oc size, per doien 'ile
Hegular Hoc klxe. or dozen 20o
Itegular 2fc vle. per doxen ...,16c
MO LOMGEaV A IDIUBT
Hayden's made It possible for every
body io eat fresn ege(uble lha year
Freah Wax or (ireen Means, lb ...10c
Fresh Hplnach, per p(-rk K0c
Fresh l:eets, Carrots, Turnips, Had
Islies or KhallotH. 3 bunches ... .10c
Two buneheji fresh l'arsley , 6c
Frenh Cabbage, per ll j
Fanny Jtrkty Heet Fotatoea, I lha.
Fancy Klpe Tomatoex, per Ih ...,10c
Fancy Cauliflower, per lu 7c
Faucv CrnlerrieH, per uuart ... 10c
Two hemls freli l-euf Lettuce , . . . 6o
Fancy No. 1 Country Mutter, lb .,23c ) Ijirga bead Lettuce, each 1u and 6c
TRY I1AYDE11S1 FIRST K
1.50 values, In
all sizes, good
oa sale at
Wash Goods Szh
At 10 A. M. Arnold's Holly Batista,
the best In the world 15e -yard
value; ona pattern to customer at,
A I . M 18c Imported Printed
Dimity, fast colors, finest designs;
one pattern to .customer at, a
At 3 P. Mr All our Imported Swlmes,
all our hand embroidered fanelea,
all white goods of every description,
commencing at 8Sc yard up to 2 R0,
t EXACTLY XAZiT VKICB
Linen Specials Thursd'y
Pure Linen Table Cloths, size
8x10, hemmed ready for use,
worth $3.50; each. .... .91.95
Grass Bleached Table Damask,
warranted pure flax, 70 Inches
wide, worth $1.50, yard. $1.00 J
Pure Linen Dinner Napkins, full
bleached, worth $2.75 dozen;
Thursday, dozen $1.75
Pure Linen Dinner Napkins, Ger
man silver bleached, good value
at $3.00 dozen; Tursday, per
Axmluster Ha.Il Keinnantsj 12
feet long, 27 Inches wld, Ori
ental ' patterns, Peabody price
$8.50; sale price $5.05
Half Wool Ingrain Carpets 36
inches wide, Peabody price 60c
yard; our sale price, yd.37H
OMc, 70c and G54J
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