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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (March 18, 1911)
THE BEE: OMAHA. SATURDAY, MARCH 1?. 1911.
Spring Clothes for Men and Young Men
Men who demand the very best in clothing at the right price with proper style and modern fabrics, come to Brandeis Stores.
When you choose at Brandeis you have the great advantage of selecting from a stock that is larger, more varied than else
where. Every advantage of our tremendous purchasing power goes to your benefit, which readily explains why we
.can and do unde rsell all others.
UiTThTC SS A IT T
BRANDEIS SUITS FOR
MEN AND YOUNG
BRANDEIS SUITS FOR
MEN AND YOUNG
Sj More Remarkable Bargains
Entire Retail Stock From an Eastern Concern
OKI SALE AT ABOUT ONE-HALF PRICE
The sale includes' all this eastern retailer's high and low shoes for men, women and
children, together with thousands of pairs of new spring 1911 oxfords, which had never
been unpacked from the original cases. Greater bargains than ever Saturday.
Not only good looking, but
good wearing. This kind of
clothes retain their shape
permanently, because they
are made by expert tailors,
built of strictly all-wool ma
terials. Hundreds of pat
terns. SPRING CLOTHES FOR
Clothes such as clever
young men, 14 to 20 years of
age require this spring to be
smartly dressed. The newest
fabrics, blue serges, light
colorings or neat dark pat
terns are all well represented
values the peer of all
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OUR CLEVER SERIES OF MEN'S SPRING CLOTHES, $25.00
The production of America's most gifted tailors Rogers-Pee
& Co., New York; Hlrsh-Wlckwire & Cn.'s Fashion Clothes and
other renowned makers. Every new model, every new style, all the
new shadings are represented, at
These bear every artistio
touch of custom tailor work,
more so than even when it
comes to snap or style. The
newest novelty suitings are
shown in a wealth of smart
For Men and Young Men
Men's or Young Men's
TrousersMade to' retail
at $3.00. Good enough for
general wear, dress or work
peg top or straight cut
Brandeis special 4 AO
price, at vO
MEN'S SPRING OVERCOATS, CRAVENETTES AND SLIP-ONS
Either one is a great necessity for a utomoblling or protection against show
ers or cold. All colors and makes.
Spriug Overcoats or Craven- 1 Rubberized Slip-Ons
ettes, at $10 to $25 at $4.50 to $20 waist, at
Pure $5.00 or $6.00 Pants
Made specially for us from
mill ends of strictly pure
worsteds, in light or dark
colors. Every pair is tailor
made, sizes complete, 30
waist to 42 . &( AO
WOMEN'S NEW SPRING r--Ji MEN'S SHOES AND OXFORDS
PUMPS, OXFORDS AND
All new leathers, patent kid,
suedes, velvets, satin, tan calf, dull
calf, etc. Every desirable new style;
values are $3.00 up to $7.00 a pair,
per pair, at
$1.98, $2.98, $3.48
WOMEN'S BENCH MADE
Patent Kid, Tan Calf, Gun Metal Calf,
Vlcl Kid, Red Cross, Edwin An ah
C. Burt and othsrs. worth S i
$4 to 17 for VOO0
WOMEN'S SHOES, AT $2.25
600 Pairs of Women's Kid and Calfskin
Shoes Brons calf, button,
lace, worth $3.60 up to J5.S(
a pair, at
In selected leathers, also a few
velvets, all sizes, worth up to
1 4 a pair, at ,.
Two or three pairs of a kind, all
good styles, worth $2.50 (jf A A
to $5.00 a pair, at lvU
Men's Rlioea and Oxfords Every
all well known makes, In tan
and blacks, worth 13 to $5
a pair, at
Men's Shoes and Oxfords Worth from
4 to $6 a pair, all new and
up-to-date styles, . all sixes,
at, per pair
Misses and Children's Shoes Dress styles,
Vlcl Kid, Patent Kid, worth $2 to $3
a pair, at $1.39
Women's Fancy Dress Slippers In black
or colors, pumps, strap and oxfords,
$2.60 and $3 values, at ()8
Women's Press Slippers Fine kid skin
and satin, $3.50 and $4 values, at.. $2
Women's Shoes Odd yalrs, sample pairs, special or
der pairs, all the single pairs, worth $2.50 and up,
at, per pair 50
Women's Dress Pumps and Slippers Vel
vet, castor kid, enamel calf, satin, $5
and $6 values, at $3.35
Women's Comfy Shoes Ranging in price
from $2 to $4 a pair, both high and low
cut, at )8
Infant's Soft Hole Shoes Dainty little
patterns In all colors and combinations,
60c to 60c values, at, per pair 25
Women's Dress Shoes Sizes rather broken, but you
can find all sizes In some style, worth $3 and $3.50
per pair, at $1
3,000 One Dollar Sralrts for rVfen at 69c
22, GOO Dollar and a Mali Snlrte for IVlen at 98c
1,200 Xwo Dollar Shirts for IVlen at SI. IS
New Spring Negligee and Golf Shirta Direct from the maker. Their style,
quality and particularly the new patterns are sure to appeal to you. We sell
what we show and show what we advertise. A shirt sale at Brandeis means a
big saving to every customer. Shirts worth 0 QQa Cf 1C
up to $2.00, on sale Saturday, at.
Men's 36c and 60c Lisle Hose, plain and fancy
colors, at, per pair 15 nd 21
Men's 76c Negligee and Golf Shirts, at. . 50ff
Complete showing of new spring Manhattan,
K. Sc W., and Star high grade shirts on
t. , $1.50 to $6.00
Men's Medium Weight Ribbed Underwear,
shirts and drawers, 76c values, at 39, 50
Men'a Sample Pyjamas, Pongee and Madras,
worth np to $2. at 75J
Men'a Sample Night Shirts, worth up to$2
at , 75 and 98
Brandeis Spring Clothes for Boys
Clothes that satisfy cannot but help give a widespread reputation. Our stock i
the greatest in the city to 6elect from. Styles are varied as no other store can show
Boys' $6.60 Combination Suits Search
the city from store to store and you will
not find such values under $6.50. Dou
ble breasted coats. With every coat
utwo pairs of pants,
S p c 1 a 1 B o y ' s
Spring Reefers, red,
tan, or gray, . worth
up to $4,
Boys' $5.00 Combination Suits Ten
different styles to select from. Few
mothers that do not appreciate the
values. A double breasted coat and two
pair of Knickerbocker
pants, combination, at....
Boy's clothes of very artistic make, the
kind of clothes your boy will be proud to
wear. All the new fabrics. Beautiful sail
ors or Buster Brown effects for the smaller
oys. at $7 50 to $10.00
We sell the official
American Boy Scout
Suit, complete, at
of Granite is to Be
Erected by J. C. Root
Magnificent Tomb of Marble to Be
Placed ia Cemetery at Head '
On of ths finet mausoleum west of
Chicago and th most beautiful In Ne
braska will be erected opposite the Dleti
maueoleum In Foreet Lawn cemetery by
Joseph C. Root of the Woodmen of the
World. Though Its coat will be great, Mr.
Boot ! not prepared to say what the ex
pense will be. It will be buUt of Barre
granite. It will have a twenty-eight-foot
front, be eighteen feet deep and eighteen
feet high, with eighteen crlpte. It will be
of Roman Doric architecture. The doors
and mountings will be of bronse. In the
Interior will b a granite seat and two
pedeetaU. It will be erected In the center
ef a lot Containing square feet. It
will be completed September 1.
Pickpocket Asks for
Aid from the Police
Ed Riley'i Stratagem Faili and He
Findi Himself in City
Efforts to eoliHt the police in aid of a
pUn to rifle the pockets of a victim have
put Kd Riley, a 'vagrant. In jail. Riley
was chased out of a Douglas Htreet saloon
by a bartender fut an attempt to rob R.
M. James, a farmer of Onawu, la. Klley
reported at the police Htatlon that his
"father" was being detained there. lie de
manded that the officers tin in his "fatii
er's" releace. The police on Investigation
arrested Riley on a charge of larceny from
the person, declaring that he only wanted
Ms victim out of the xaloon to rob him
James is held as a witness. When he ar
rived In Omaha he had t'H. He now has
EASTERN BUSINESS MEN
ENROUTE TO THE ORIENT
roaenervtal Kscaraloa Is ot Km.
ttrelr tailed Uff kr MUkss
Thirty-two people, business men of Chi
sago and New York with one from I'ts
Moines, passed through Omaha Kriday
morning on a trip from Chicago to the
orient to develop trade possibilities. The
met. in the business scheme were Joined
by their wives on the trip, and In Ban
Francisco the easterners will be joined by
a party of Omahans, who left here Thurs
Isy for fcan Francisco.
The entire party will sail aboard the
t earner Mongolia for Japan, later visltins
China and the Philippine Islands, and a
number of them will make the complete
Hreult of the world. U W. Hill, president
t the Great Northern ratlruad, ' organ
ised the party and Is accompanying 11 on
the trip to1 San Francisco.
The Omaha people who will meet the
Members of the Chicago Commercial club
and go oa the trip are Mr. and Mrs. David
Cole, Mr. and Mrs. Ueorge II. Kelley. Mr.
any Mrs. Gould Diets, Mr. and Mrs. A. V.
Kinaler and children and Mrs. Olive Wat
ton of Uncoln.
Adair is Chosen for
Assistant Secretary of Loan and
Building Association Elected to
VV. R. Adair, assistant secretary of the
Omaha Loan and Building" association for
four years, has been chosen to the office
of secretary and treasurer, to fill the va
cancy caused by the death of Ueorge M.
This action was taken at a meeting of
the directors held Thursday night. Mr.
Adair was for fifteen years connected with
the Omaha National bank prior to his em
ployment by the Loan and Building association.
HARRIMAN LINE IS SOON
TO BUILD DOUBLE TRACK
Men Now al U'ork on the I'rdro
l.lue lo He Uroaght to
L'nlon Pacific engineers begin lit sing the
double track ordered for the line between
Juleaburg and I'lne Uluffs. Colo., either
the last week in . March or the first In
April. The grading will begin us soon
as It Is possible to move the earth, the
workmen starting at Julesbuig, when the
Surveyors of the railroads are now out on
the line, driving stakes for grading levels,
and measuring for fills and cuts. Care
has to be taken In building the new track
that the work will not delay traffic on the
older part of the line, and In making em
bankments there la a double danger that
the new weight may set the line first
laced on the bank on a different level.
At the present time the Harriman system
has hundreds of laborers and teams work
ing on the new -'high line ' between Salt
Lake City and Los Angeles. This line will
be completed within two or three weeks,
and it Is probable that practically the en
tire force of men will be shifted to the
L'nlon Pacific work In Nebraska.
LAD JUMPS FROM MOVING
TRAIN AND GETS AWAY
runer ! His Liberty by
laalasl Mia; ( Attains!
Roy Thompson, an l- ear-old bo, blng
takes to ra. Colo, by the sheriff of
Turns county. Colorado, made a thrilling
escape near Juniata, Neb. Thursday, by
Jumping off a Burlington train moving at
a rat of fifty miles an hour.
The lad was sitting near the window.
hen he suddenly arose and made a leap
through aa op. n window, lauding on hands
and kneva. He got up apparently unhurt
THREE BURLINGTON MEN
ARE GIVEN PROMOTIONS
E. S. Kollrr la Made kaprrlitesdrst
t Mvleok Smart lakes
Promotion of E. 8. Keller, superintendent
of the Burlington at Mci'ook. to tlu- gen
eral superintendent of the Galesburg divi
sion has resulted In a number of diarizes
In this territory.
E. Fly nn, superintendent of the Omaha
division of the road, has been appointed
to the superintendence at McCook, succeed
ing Mr. Keller. A. G. Smart, formerly
trainmaster, has t-een named for the va
cancy made litre in the office of superintendent.
Bids Mogy Farewell
Agile Youth Kicks Juvenile Officer
and Makes Good on Attempt
With one kick in the region of the
pock ct book and a sarcastic laugh Arthur
.Scallnxe, arrested for playing "hookey."
bid good-bye to Mogy Bernstein, juvenile
officer, Friday morning.
Mogy Is eager to put the boy In school.
MKy chose the Htate Industrial school at
Kearney as the proper place for tho youth
to finish hU education. '
Mogy Is "sore," mentally and in the
region of the pockctbook.
NEW SWEDISH LIBRARY
OFFICERS ARE SELECTED
Oast Carlson Is Chosen President at
Sixty. Third Semt-Annoal
The Swedish Library association held Its
sixty-third semi-annual election of officers
Thursday evening, when the following- were
chosen: President, Oust Carlson; vice
president, V. Danlelson; secretary, E.
Btone; treasurer, Charles Hanson; library
board, P. Rosendal; trustees, A. Munson,
8. Wlekman, Gust Carlson; sergeant-at-arms,
BOY STRUCK BY AUTOMOBILE
Bicycle Illder Ron Down In Harney
Street Accident Injuries Are
Colliding with an automobile at Eight
eenth and Harney streets resulted in pain
ful but not serious Injuries to Fred Dell, a
bicycle rider, Friday morning. The Injured
youth was taken home and cared for by H.
C. Smith, 116 South Twenty-ninth street,
who was driving the automobile.
Ask Your Grocer for
CLUB IS NOW ORGANIZED
James. I. Connolly Chosen President
Nest Mertlusr Will Be Held
The Southeast Improvement club was or
ganized Thursday at a. meeting held at
V1J Bancroft street In a large room for
merly used as a factory. James P. Con
nolly as elected president and John
Brandt secretary. The next regular meet
inn Mill be held Wednesday night at the
i-ame place, when the organisation will be
further perfected The membership at
prevent Is forty-two and more are ex
pected to join the club at the next meeting.
One of the first things to be considered
by the club will he the rebuilding of Ban
croft school. After that the matter of Im
provements of the boulevard and other
tccneral improvements will be considered.
Paving will also be discussed.
I Scalded hy Steam
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Arnica Kalse. Cures ile, too. ami the
worst sores. Guaranteed. - For sale
by Beaton Drug Co.
Senator kloae la lsasrot laa.
KANSAS CITT. Mareh 17. -Although
t'mted iiulis Senator William J. litone. lii
Kith the il'l' at the home of Ma son.
KlmhroiiKh bione. In this cm. Is still run.
fined to his bed. his condition was very
much Improved according to his ph siclan
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