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THE BEE: OMAHA. TUESDAY. OCTOBER 3. 1011.
All Uisitors in Omaha This
VJcek at ilia Ak-Sar-Ben Carni
val are Invited is Klake Use of
the any Free Conveniences at
THE GREAT STORES AT THE FOOT OF THE WHITE
That Marks the Entrance to the Gates of the Carnival.
You'll find it the most convenient place in Omaha for you.
Make u?e of our
FREE REST R00M3 AND WAITING ROOMS for women
and children, (maids in attendance).
CHECK YOUR BAGGAGE AND PARCELS FREE.
FREE NURSERY AND CHILDREN'S PLAY ROOM in
charge of a matron and trained nurse.
BRANCH STATION NO. 17, U. S. POSTOFFICE.
BEST MODERATE PRICED LUNCH ROOMS" AND
RESTAURANTS in Omaha are here.
THREE IMMENSE TUNNELS under the street connects
the Four Big Brandeis Buildings.
Reduced Hates on All Railroads
Into Omaha This I'Jeek
1 Cent a Mile on the Union Pacific,
lc a F.lile on all Other Railroads.
Brandeis Wonderful Special Sales
THROUGHOUT THIS ENTIRE WEEK
Ycu can save all the expenses of your trip if you buy the
Fall and Winter Goods you need here at Brandeis. Buying for
two stores in great quantities and paying spot cash enables us
to receive discounts other stores never hear of. Brandeis High
Quality and Low Prices are known throughout the west.
Room is th most beau
tiful room of its kind in
More than 1,000 clerks
to wait on you. Three
blocks of show win
To reduce our slock of gold, silver end stag han
dled umbrellas, wo are offering them to you this
eik orUy at greatly reduced prices. These aro all
silk umbrellas and our regular stock.
One ot amy's Specials."
S. l. LINDSAY, Jeweler
Ult SOCOLif ST.
they bar tba big
parade X aia vo
lar to rldo a two.
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details when you toy your Mat
John Cigar Store
321 So. 16th St.
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For liKht. 1'inrli. Ir- our combined xl fnuii
tain and rptanrantrlnan. Military, rmrft
(ontilmenta, reasonable price.
Reduced Rates on all Railroads
Tbia la Omaba's "at horns" week and Omaha has prepared to en
tertain" you royally. The wonderful electrical parade occuri Wednes
day, the Coronation Ball will be held Friday night and there are at
traction galore on the King's Highway in addition to special mer
chandising events prepared by the various Institutions of the city.
Tbe reduced retes on the various railroads will help you In spending
one or more days In the city this week.
A Vis.t to the Dennett Store Will Be
of Special Interest
There are fre rest rooms here, free telephone service, free de
livery service, free checking stations, free toilet rooms and numerous
other conveniences that only a big, modern store tan afford. We want
you to avail yourself of any and all ot the things that will make your
stay In tbe city a pleasant one. They are entirely free and you are
more than welcome.
Many special offerings will help to emphasize thin store's leader
IJp as an exponent of correct and dependable merchandise at the
lowest consistent price.
Special Line of Women's
Coats at $19.50
In this linr of new fall and winter voats we haven't tried
to see how siv.nl! we rnuld make the price but, rather, how
mueh style and goodness we could
cot into them. Kxpert shoppers
-jv wX- tel1 us t!lat tlie test of comparison
ni'ATTDCJ V.AY.1 4 -k VtA 4Ua VwaT4- St sir. 4-
n wT-rn fc iiY-i.il iu JKJ LllO urD l LUllt
values in Omaha.
Polo coats, plaid back and
reversible coats of medium
and heavy weight cloths in
brown, gray, tan and Ox
ford colors as well as nobny
mixtures--have large pock
ets, larje collars and long
roll revers; all the things that
particularly appeal to dis
criminating women--all sizes
Dresses Worth From $10.00
to $19.50 at $5.00
This is no complete line of any one
style but an odd lot of good dresses
made of broadcloths, serges,, foulards,
etc.; only one or two of any certain
Btle but unusually good for general use.
All colors and nearly all sizes In the as
sortment, $10.00, $16.00 and $19.50
values, while they last, $5.00.
Silk Waists at $3 95
.Made of mescaline and taffetas in
tailored and dress modes plaited,
tucked and with large Jabots. Choose
from black and shades of navy, brown
and wistaria that are suitable for street
suits. All sizes, $3.95.
Dress Skirts Worth from
$5.00 to $7.50 at $1.98
In some of these skirts you will
find tie very same fabrics used In
skirts that sell at $10.00 each.
Big buying from big makers when
they wished to clear out their fac
tory odds and ends brought tbe
prloe down to where we could sell
them for $1.88. Serges, worsteds,
Panamas, etc., in black, navy, gray
and brown shades and all lengths.
Girls' New Fall and Win
ter Coats at $6.75 to $10
Girls from 6 to 14 years of age,
and their mothers, will be de
lighted with these new coats of
heavy cheviots, kerseys and cara
cul cloth, in navy, red, tan and
brown colors. They are double
breasted styles with large storm
collars trimmed with velvets and
gilt buttons. Sleeves are embel
lished with emblems. $6.75, $8.60,
$.75 and $10 as suits your purse.
Change of Location
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On and after October 1, 1911, the
City Ticket and Freight offices of the
Milwaukee Hi St. Paul
will be located at 1612 Farnam St.
t. A. NASH EUGENE DUVAL
Gerj'L Western Agsnt ' AsiLGoilJ. Western Agent
City Passenger Agent
WIHSN your friends call you and
say ' We 're coming up tonight, "
prepare for thera. Phone to our
nearest agent and order a case of Jot
ter's Gold Top beer delivered at onca.
If you only knew what know
about Jetter's Gold Top beer and
what e know about all other beers,
then you would know bow impos
sible it is to produce any beer bet
ter to taste and better for you
tna a Jeuer's Gold Top.
Family Tradi Sapplied bj
Omaha Hor T. Bill, 1SS4 Bourla's
U rHoea Oouf. 14U; Auto. A-134X
Bo. Oiri!i Wti
Jttr. J&OS M
St. Hall tlS,
Maia at. Hott
For the Ball
The perfect appearance ot a
beautiful ball gown can be en
tirely destroyed if the dainty
little slippers are not just as
they should be.
Though a small part of any
woman's costume they can
- either make or entirely destroy
the symmetry of her appear
ance no matter how fine the
gown may be.
Our dress slippers for the
Ak-Sar-Ben ball are the dainti
est ever shown we have them
In all tints to match your gown.
Satins, Suedes, Tinted Kid
and all styles of beading. In
$2.50 to $7.00
Drexel Shoe Co.
1419 Farnam 3:.
is ust as important as good
cleaning and you get both at
the Pantorlum. Our fifteen
years' experience has enabled us
to so s Eternize our work that
we get it out in the shortest
possible time without sacrific
These prices are for dry
cleaning and pressing.
Men's Suit. 1.30; Over
coats, $1.50, Fancy Vests,-ROc;
Trousers. 50c; Neckties, 10c;
Ladies' Tailor Suits, $1.7S to
$2.0 ;- Bail Costume and Par
ty Tressea, $2.00 to $8.50; Silk
Waists, 75c; Silk Hoae, 25c;
Kid or Satin Slippers, 85c;
Short Gloves, 10c; Long Ones,
Our wagons reach all parts
of the city daily. Just phone
and we will do the rest. And,
remember our reputation as
well as our guarantee Is back
of every job we turn out.
"Good Cleaners and Dyers."
1513-15-17 Jones St. Phones
Douglas 063; Ind. A'3ie8.
Guy Liggett, Pres.
Ttie Omaha Bee's Great
( I xcrrr; her)
Wo. 48 Tncaday, October 3. 1911.
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City or Town
Write in title and author of book aad BATH coupon and picture. Send
no coupon until finish of the contest la announced. Each picture represents
t'to,k. titlenot a scene or character. Catalogues containing 8,000 names
on which all puzzle pictures are baaed the catalogue u&ed by the conUat
edU.or are for sale at the Busineaa Office at The Bee for 26 cents; by mail
m Taffs Dental Rooms
Rules of the Contest
All paraovt are eligible to nut tbla contMt except employe! of tke Oaiha 6e anil
Bmtira el their firatllea. Kaca Amy. tor avcsty-tive (Uyft, tbere will tx publtiaod la
Tbe Bee a picture wblch Mil rprMnt the una oi a book. Bwtb oacb picture tber
will be a blank tor tbo costattuit to till In ttic tltU of tbe book.
Cut out hotk tbe picture ud tk blask nl till la tlie nun eod author ot tbe book
aad add your naat tad addroa neuly and plainly In tbe tpioe proTldad.
No reetriatlona will be placed on tbe way In wblrh anawer to tha plcturea may be aa
cured. Kacb ploture rapresenta only one title ot ooe book. If you are not aura ot a title
and wleh to aend la mora tban one anawer to each picture, you may do ao. BUT NOT
MORS THAN r'lVI ANSWERd TO ANY ONE PICTCRK WILL BE PERMITTED. In
correct anawara will not be counted again at conteatanta If correct asawar U alao given.
More than one answer abould not ba put on tba aama coupon. Extra coupona abould be
uaad for extra aaawera. All aaewera to tke aame number abould be apt togrtber whan
aendhur ta tbe eat. Only ena Jut may be aukinltud by one oonteatant, tbougb any Hat may
have fire anawara te each puzzle.
Tba aumbar ot coupona uaed anawera gta touat be plainly written on tbe entaide ot
each SET eubmttted, but do not write euch Infermatloa on tke wrapper.
While sot absolutely 'naceaaary, it la deelrabla that the picturea abould in each eaaa
be eent la with tbe anawera. In order that all anawara be uniform. Additional picture
and coupona may be obtained at tbe office of Tbe Bae by mall or In pereoa.
When yon hare all eerenty-tlTe plctuie. feat en tbam together la a FLAT package and
bring or tnall them to Tbe Omaha Be, addread to BeokloTerC Contaat Editor. Prlaee
will be awarded to tke rntettante eendtng In the largeet, number of correct aolutlone. In
event of two or more paraone having the aama number of correct aolutlona, the peraon
ejetng tbe amaller number of extra coupona In hla aet of anewere will be declared winner. Ia
event of two panose having; the eaoe number correct and ualng the aame number of oou
eona, the perron whoee awt of anawera la moat neatly prepared. In tbe opinion of tbe full
judging committee, will receive tba first prize.
Only one Hat of anew ere may be submitted by a contaetant acd only one prlte will be
awarded to one family at one addreea.
The taw of the coupona le not obligatory upon the contestant, end en anawer may be
Submitted la any legible manner the contestant may aelect.
Awarde will be made strictly according to tbe merit of each separate Hat.
The aame of more then one peraon mast not be written upon any one coupon.
The swards will be made by the Contest Editor and a committee of well-known ettl
teas, whose names will be announced later.
Tie oonteet le limited to the following territory: Vebraska. Wyoming, that portion of
Iowa west of bet net Including Dae Mol sea. and that eectloa of South Dakota known aa
tbe Black Hllla District.
THE OMAHA' BEE
Omaha's Great Home Paper
CAKNIYAL WEEK ffATURt
nlrht, 6O0: tba
FnU of Qlnerer,
mu of Dash
BRANDEIS . THEATER
TOiriaaTT A WD WSSSTDSOAT
Wednesday Hlrht Cnrtala Will
lAise After ParajJe.
Tfanraday and Friday. Special Fri
day Matinee t Chauncey Oloott la
Hat. Mat. and Wight, Popalar Prices
"TBS TBAVSLIxa 8 AX.XSM-AM"
Matinee SSo. BOo.
Today, SBo. Tonight, lBo, tfto, 6O0.
. Tha Ak-slaf-Ben Benaatlon
- TUB OBSAT MAITEBPXECB
DAKTE'S " INFERNO "
e,ts. evry day 8:15; JBvery night Biid
OU 1IU AK tAE-hN gaOW
Tnte ek vui. 1 uoiupaon at Co,
Keller Maik oc t'runk Orlh; Uan riur.
anil the Wonder Unia; Albert Hale; Mar
cel Berls Trio: tStUkney'a Circus, Ed
die Kadwavy Ot-itru.le LAvyrance; Tin
KlneLoecope and Orpheum Concert Or
Prloaai Bigot lOo, SSo, 6O0. TSo. Mats.,
too, and beat aeata SSo, eaoept Bator
days and BuaAaya.
Mata. Monday, Wednesday. Satnrday.
Prluee) lOo and 86.
and th Woodward Stock Oo. In
IIXT WXBX Taa Widow's Might.
OaUXl'l PTJJT CIJfTXB"
COs-1t IdTlt Belly Mat.. IS-SS-SOe
TIB SBtt AK-8AB-BBV tlOW I
curr-- "RUNAWAY GIRLS";
SXTKAVAOAKSA ill TAUDETILLB
rtreateet Mualoal Show In Town. On '.
ratio Chorue of Runaway. Curtain
after Proceaalona on Pra4a DayA
TUaAtsA' PtaM Matliias Xeexy . Week Bay.
FIRST PRIZE JlISoo
Mite Steamer Automobile
A (-Vasaenger 1911 Model White Steamer Touring Car odorless, smokelese
and noiBeiess. No cranklug no shifting of gears; nny desired speed. White
Steamer sales increase each suoreeUing year. Has practically an endorsement
of the United States government, which owns and operates more White
Steamers than all other cars combined.- Richly upholstered, beautifully fin
ished, unlimited power, controlled speed. This oar will ba exhibited In Omaha
at Pmmnnsfli, IStn and Barney Bta. ' '
orrArVrn ddtti? value
In tha soft, semi-tropic, cltmatle zone, extend
ing north from San Diego to Shasta County, Cali
fornia, lies Tehama county, in which la situated
this beautiful little 10-acre ranch near the town
of Red Bluff. This la fruit land of a very high
order -and Is part of-the celebrated Lutheran col
ony which had its Inception with an Omaha
clergyman. Literature describing this property
may be seen at the office of T&OWBXXDaa-BOL-BTZB
OO, U the City national Bask Building-,
Ir'i- V IT 1 '. -
THIRD PRIZE 'ou
The magnificent, fanev walnut XBEX&
AUTO OBA3D PLATEB-PIABO which noth
ing can excel. No other player-piano has in
the absolute the "human touch" so desired by
a musical ear and so prized by the manufac
turers. This Instrument will be exhibited, ex
plained and nlayed for anyone who wishes to
see It In the ware rooms on the third floor ef
THE BENNETT CO.
FOURTH PRIZE Jfe
Ralston is to be a manufacturing city. They
have a fine start with the Brown Truck Man
ufacturing Co.. the Rogers Motor Car Co., and
the Howard Stove WorkA Everything desir
able to comforteble living mav be found there.
On one of the main business streets The Bee
has selected Its fourth prize a busineaa lot
26100 feet, and valued at 27a.
FIFTH PRIZE, Value $225
In the aame town and with the same prospect of advancement. The Bee
haa aelected a residence lot 60x120 ft., and valued at $335.
SIXTH, SEVENTH AND EIGHTH PRIZES
This Ingenious encyclopedia, which Is a develop,
tnenf rather than Invention has besides its oon-vnieru-ee
the value of hundrtdd of editors men
tally equipped to make one of tne greatest ency
rlnpedias ever compiled One of the strongest
recommendations for this work is that it is from
ET.knw e,LA-2 T"thle nm,M ' "OS,
"-I'9 BOSS, of Hew Tors, London, Dublin
enrvMI. .J?t -"" T Pcn. " founded In 178.
. .ii T wee vDiumee. wnicn is valued at I9 a aet mav
t the Omaha office of W. A- Hlaenbangh A Co lblt St. Mary'a Ave.
be seen a
NINTH AND TENTH PRIZES
Si i: oi
FORTY-FIVE CASH PRIZFS
Five Prizes of $10. Ten Prizes of $5. Tea Prize? of $2.
' Twenty Prizes of $1.
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