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niK I'.KK: OMAHA, SATURDAY, OCmi.K.. 21, 1011.
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Wish to Notify the Women of Omaha of a Remarkable Event Next Saturday
A SPECIAL SALE OF SILK DRESSES
400 TO SELECT FROM-NONEOF THEM WORTH LESS $15 AND MANY UP TO. $20
Suits for Women
THE NEWER FAUj MODELS
A HE HERE.
No moderate priced suit can
couaparo with the Fashion-
seals in workmanship or genuine style COET
excellence. The price is always PO
CHILDREN'S COATS at $5.00
Great special lot of these practical School Coats
for girla in a variety of cloths and colors; heavy, roomy coats, 5.00
Juniors' Fall and Winter Coat' Many Girls' Wool School Dresses All pretty and
girlish styles. In all colors, at ..$7.50 . practical new models
and i $10 I t $5 9G.98 $8.08 $10
In Brandeis Drug Dept.
XanitoI I f ' 1
I TOOTH f 1
2Cc Lilac Talc-
25c S a n 1 1 o 1
14o sue t-onuo
Sanltol Tooth Powder 14c
50c Pebeco Tooth Paste,
; at . . 3Wc
Colgate's Tooth Paste 20c
fl.50 Oriental Cream 08c
tOc Palmollve Cream 38c
0o HlndB'' Honey and Al
mond Cream ..... .29c
25c Amole Rose Cream 0c
75c Pompeian Massas;e
; ; ' Perfume- BecUon. .
50c Java Rice Powder'26e
50c Mauberts'. . imported
Rice powder . . .39c
$1.00 Violet ' Louisette
powder . 59c
50c La Jeune powder 39c
25c Satin Skin Powd. 18c
50c La Franc Rose Sachet
powder, oz. . ... . 2()c
60c Dabrooks' Locust Blos
som Toilet Water . .29c
Hair Fluff ...50c
Plnauds' Lilac Toilet Wat
er ....... 59c
HoublganU' Ideal Extract,
Lozells' English Ideal, per
OZ. . . m $1.00
D-Er-Klss Extract per. oz.
ft t m $ 1 s-V5
HoubigantB soaps ..$2.00
Hesa Toilet. Water, per
bottle ... . ...... $3.50
Hanson & Jenks Violet
Brut Toilet Water $3.25
" Sundries. '
6 cakes Ivory soap
tor : .19c
Jap RosO' Soap,
fir ... 6ttc
1 On lv I 1 1 I tt ma-
l r., fiT"
DuaviUK Dual' .r
1-lb. 20 Mule
Team Borax 9c
3 cakes Harmony Rose
$1 Beef, Wine and Iron
$1 Every day tonic ...79c
$1.00 Rheumatic Remedy,
at . ....... -.89c
Hair Tonic, 50c and $1.00
$1 Kidney Remedy ...89c
75c Fountain Syringe 49c
$1 Fountain Syringe 9c
S3 Prophylactic Douche
at m. . ....... $-.5
$2.25 Fountain Syringe
and Water Bottle $1.78
75c Rubber Gloves ,.4o
- Photo Supplies.
8 tubes M. Q. f developer,
at .... . -.. ..23c
16c pkg.' Acid Hypo -.9c
2 doz. Postals . . 23c
$10 Post Card Camera,
0 t $.WO
40 off on all Seneca
The dresses in this pale arc from a very fortunate special purchase. They are wonderfully attractive frocks that arc
suitable for every occasion, and they are made in the height stylo for this season. There are messalines and satins in
every new color; some are embroidered, others are lace trimmed. Every one is t new model and all women's and misses'
sizes are represented. It is really an extraordinary special.
SATURDAY SPECIAL SATURDAY. YOUR CHOICE AT $10.00
Women's Fall Suits $15
Your choice Saturday of many plain tailored,
exceptionally, well made fall suits. All the pop
ular navy serges or smart rough mixtures, all
colors. Smart styles such as only CM C
Brandeis show at. .......... P J.O
Millinery Dept. Second Floor
in the Newest Fall Models.
from Jas. G. Johnson
GoG Broadway, New York.
At a Remarkable Price Concession. .
The season's most remarkable sale of stun-
VT-i ninsr hats. Every one of these hats is a
recent creation from a famous New York
Milliner all patterns no two alike charmingly trimmed for
street, dress and evening wear- large and small velvet or felt
shapes, artistically made after the newer fall
ideas of American and French style creators.
These hats are actually worth up to $25.00
Girls' and Misses' Felt Hats
Simply but smartly trimmed and
ready for wear Ages 5 to 16
years; colors, red, brown fl1 CQ
and navy, worth $4, at ..tj)!-
Women's Trimmed Hats
Hundreds of ready to trim bats In the
season's newest shapes and colors
largo and small, felts, velvets QQ
and silk shapes, etc., at sO
In Basement Millinery Sectitn-Trimmed Hits at ei e i en
All new fall stylea.and colors wonderful values, at J)1."P i.Jv
The Season's Greatest
Several Thousand Stunning Fall
Cloaks in Women's and Misses'
Sizes Bought from a New York
Maker Will Be Sold at Great Re
Every new and authentic style in
coats is here and every new shape,
new fabric and new color that is in
favor is represented.
A more stunning array of now
coats was never seen in Omaha.
You've no idea how smart these
moderate priced coats can be until
you see this lot.
New reversible coats, heavy mix
ture coats, silky fur cloth coats,
sealette plush coats and black
IS 13 I . I'm J
' $ 'A: -1K
FOUR GREAT SPECIAL GROUPS AT
$12.50 - $15 - $17.50 --- $19
BRANDEIS HAIR GOODS DEPT.
Pompeian Room and 2d Floor New Store.
Special Sale of
HUMAN HAIR GOODS
We offer special values for Saturday that
should interest every, woman in Omaha.
Cluster Puffs 15 in set, $2 values, at ...-98
Natural Wavy Switches 28 Inches long, 3 tt.,' made of German hair, $7 val
ue". t .' 83.08
U'-Mmh Natural Wavy Switches German hair, $4 values, at S1.08
2. ox., 8 val
ues at ... .$9
fram at BOo
W h a b I
Uollm 24 In.
lung, 60c val
ue, at . .35o
! ft r r Bilk
Vat for . . So
six fur . .250
- - - -J .
R h ampoolng,
pointment mad by
NEW FALL WAISTS
New "King" and Herald Square Tailored
Linon Waists Just Received.
TIicso are the best tailored waists made, and
the new styles are wonderfully attractive
at $1.98, $2.50, $2.98 and $3.98
The Now "Hook On" Waist
This Is the new season's newest Idea. Waists that
will fit anyone easily put on only one hook. Ask
tn ana lmm fit L Oft
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Nfiw flhiffnn Waists at $6.98 and $10
136&UUIUI wniniB lur cvruuiK niiu uitpd umfuhu wi
stunning colors and new styles. A variety such as
you can find only at Hrandets' Stores.
Special Fall Models in Tailored and Lingerie Waists, 98c
This is a special group of pretty and fashionable new waists of value that you
could not find anywhere In Omaha. A fine varioty at ...f)K
UKHT BIMC PKTTKXXYTH IN OMAHA At f2.0
1 rfrm s
- Another Big Sale of, ,
' Out IvUOJJO Colprs
Regular $1.00 value Qr
Saturday, a dozen J7t
Dig sale of Cliryaantliemunis, (Tut Mower
Candy Dept. Pompeian Room
AHMorted Cream Peanut NugKeU, per
lb. , 15c
Fresh Marshmallows, lb. Isc
I'ompeisn Chocolate Hitter 8weets, per
lb . .SOc
A full line of Hallowe'en- Novelties and
Favors for Hallowe'en. parties at mod
erate prices. '
I From Omaha's Near Neighbors
Mrs. Tholck was an Omaha visitor
Mr. Henry Bchuett of Omaha was a
Jllllard visitor last week.
Mrs. Fred Walah and son of Omaha
are visiting at ber father' home, J. J.
Mrs. Outhart of Paxton. Neb., visited
with the Von Dorhen family Sunday and
A' Viumber of youne people attended
the dance given at halco last Saturday
Mr. and Mrs. II. J. Schmidt and chil
dren vl-itd in Omaha with relatives
from Friday to Sunday,
Mr. and Mrs. U Oallagher of South
Omaha vltrtted with Mrs. Gallagher's
mother, Mrs. Bchatx. Sunday.
MIh Eg-Rers of Klkhorn and Miss
Barkhaus of Bennington were guests of
Miss Margaret Blert Saturday and Sun
day. Mr, and Mrs. Hubs of De Moines. Ia.,
who have been visiting at th Frahm
home, returned to their home last Bat-
HI uu) a
Mr. Jackson Dohren, who has been
vlnlting his parents here for the past
two weeks, returned to th ranch at
Miss Lillian Anderson left for Los
Angeles, Cal., laet week where she will
pend the winter. Htr sister, Edith, ac
companied her to Omaha.
I Mr. A. A. Taylor, having been trans
ferred from hl position her as wire
chief. Mr. Rosker of Valley has taken
his place. Th community extend their
bst wishes for success to both in their
1 new positions.
Many from liar went to the Land
j ahow this week.
1 pr. C. W. Hlckey Is running his Veil
'again after having It completely over
hauled. O. M. Mangold went to th annual
' meeting of th Odd Fellows at Lincoln
1 A peaaenger train passes through her
almost every hour for tb registration
In South Dakota.
Henry Wrag and Andy Bhaeffer left
'her today for Cody, Neb., on their an
nual duck and rtilcken hunt. Walter
Petersen and Jt.rred Aiiuamon leit Monday.
'A number of boys her are shooting
cks without a lioenae and a number
of t!.ca who hav !tld their lieena
ar complaining as th license gives
them no protection.
ever sown In this vicinity. The late
rains have put the crop in excellent
. Prof. C. H. Taylor was a passenger
on the Missouri Pacific train that was
wrecked at Fort Crook laet Sunday, lie
Abe Dunn Is moving Ms family Into
the Congregational parsonage. He will
devote his time, however, to real estate
and Itev. Toms will do the preaching.
Prof, and Mrs. Tat spent several day
in Omaha last week visiting friends from
Charles Witt left Monday for Osmond,
Neb., where he will visit his sister, Mrs.
William Koeruer, and other friends for a
Mr. and Mrs. Mein of Monnctte, Mo.,
were here last week visiting the J. A.
Cibbon's family and other ltiends. Mrs.
Mein was formerly Mrs. F. J. Ulbbons,
and was only recently married.
Mrs. J. Fate surprised her friends Tues
day by going to Omaha and returning
with a tiny baby tflrl from the Child
Having Institute, which she expects to
Miss Ros Witte entertained several
young women at cards Tuesday evening. .
A good time was had by those present.
Mr. R. L. Livingston of Burwell. Neb.
is here visiting relatives and friends and
looking after her property.
Herman Ohrt has sold his residence and
merchandise store to the Doud (Sales and
Auction company of Omaha. It Is said he
revived a forty-acre Improved farm in
southern Nebraska as part of th pur
Sunday while engaged In some game
Itussell Deerson climbed Into a tree to
cut a stick, when the limb broke, he
failing to the ground, striking on the
back of his head, fracturing his skull.
Dr. Baldwin was called, but could not re
lieve him. Dr. Jonas of Omaha was Im
mediately sent for, but nothing could be
done. lie lingered until Tuesday evening,
when death came. The funeral was held
Friday at 1 o'clock from his home. Burial
was at Prosnect Hill cemetery. He was
the only child of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Ills case is conalii-
i Frank Moliler Is In the
hospital at Omaha.
cred very serious.
Superintendent Wykoff was unable to
ttend to his duties on Thursday as he
bad a fcevei e cold.
About thirty filings hav been made
by iSprlngfltld cltisens In th South Da
kota land drawing.
f, C. nadcllff of Central City has
1 bought the brick residence lateiy occu
Mrd by Mrs. Hancock.
Mrs- James MrCamley and her daugh
ter. Mae, will leave fur their luiin in
1 Los Angeles on next Tuesday.
Frank Comt returned from Cherry
couiitv, where his son, Albert, has a
liumeatead. Frank Comt jr. returned
The averse of wheat I tb largest
Mr. and Mrs. Will Sa are the parents
of a baby daughter.
Bert Tullls of Buffalo, Wyo., visited his
contln, Archie Anderson, last week.
Miss Verna Donnhoo of Missouri Valley
"f.l,"),ue" of Rlr- and Mrs. John Aye
Mrs. fcd Wolff Is -spending several
weeks wlih her mother, Mrs. Johnston, at
Lusk, W yi.
n.eY.,E VC- rn"v of New Windsor, 111.,
will fill the pulpit on fiunday at the Con-
jurs. Thomas Landale and daughter
''.'" "'"" Brnt hunaay with Mis.
Charles ltoaa and family.
Mrs. O. A. Krlckson and
""'"' o' aper, ieb., int bun
day with Miss Mary Kemp.
Miss Itulll Palmer mnm n zt ..a r ........
Mont.. thW week to siend several Week
win, ucr aiairr, jura, uunnar winuard.
The young people of the Congregational
church will hoi.I a Halloween social at
u niuruu on rriuay evening, October 27,
no jnrm. j. w. INeWell, sr., sr
PiM-iiuiuv iiih weex wun their son Dr,
irar Newell, and family at Crelghtun
Johnnie, son of Sheriff ri,.,. nr.nni.
has bought th Amhemt (Neb.) Mirror
and left yesterday, with his wife, to taka
charge of his paper.
Mrs. Ald.i King left Monday for Te-
kaniah, where her husband, who Is In
tereated In the promotion of the new Te
kamah & Decatur railroad, will spend the
ICORN AT FABULOUS PRICE
Two Cars of White Ears Sell fot
Seventy and One-Half Cents.
Mrs. May Nichols visited Omaha Mon
Mrs. F. C. Kennedy and children went
to Fremont Saturday.
Mrs. Curtis and Vern were Bchuyler
visitors the lUHt of the week.
Georite F.ddv of Fremont and an aunt.
Mrs. Harriet Tripp of New York, visited
W. S. Eddy Wednesday.
Mrs. Got hard Pollack and Donald of
Tilden are visiting relatives and friends
Mrs Rov Bvars. who has been III for
over six weeks. Is able to be out again.
Mr. and Mrs. A. McDonald and Mrs.
Gardiner were Fremont visitor Tuesday.
The Methodist Episcopal Ladies' Aid
society held a monthly buHlneas meeting
at the home of Mrs. Sunan Lewis.
The nelkhbors and friends of Mr. Tom
McNlsh liave her a surmise party Satur
day afternoon In honor of her birthday.
Miss Edna Weekly. John Derthlck, A.
C. lledhcrg, Bay Egbert. A. A. Egbert
and Mlxs Emma Egbert are among the
Valley people who went to Gregory to
register for the land drawing this week.
Mrs. C. E. ltyars. anal -ted by Mrs. John
Hall and Mr. E. Erway gave a party at
her home Thursday afternoon In honor
of her mother, Mrs. Lyman, who Is visit
ing her from South Dakota.
The Valley High school has recently
organized an athletic association and a
literary society. The ortlcers are: Mur
ton Whltmore, president; Mae Lutton,
vice president; Ethel Ingram, secretary;
Harvey Johnson, treasurer. 1 n orricers
of the Library association are: Victor
Peterson, president; Marie wanstroem,
vice presfflent; Jessl Harrier, vecretary;
Harold King, treasurer; jonn weesiy.
attorney, and Paul Idee, librarian.
Miss Patton was In Lincoln Wednes
day and Tuesday.
Mr. William McConnell was In Omaha
on business Wednesday.
Ralph Vlall was a Platto Marth visi
tor Tuesday and Wednesday.
Ralph Johnson, who spent th sum
mer In South Dakota, has returned.
Mrs. McCteery of Alma Is with her
mother, Mrs. L. C. Pollard, lor a few
M. II. Pollard left for his old home
in Vermont Tuesday, being called by the
death of his futlier.
Mr. Jones of Lincoln left for home
Wednesday after a visit with his daugh
ter. Mrs. P H. Davis
Mrs, Huntington of University Place
Is making an extended visit with her
daughter. Mrs. r . P. Hose.
Lea Schooler and sister, Gladys, of
Hoik port. Mo., were here to the funeral
of their grundmotlier, Mrs. KJme.
Mts Mllie Tucker, who fell and
sprained her knee, is able to be about
the bous with the aid of a crutch.
Mr. and Mrs. Waterman, who have
been visiting w:h their daughter, Mrs.
E. M. Pollard, returned to their home
in Omaha the first of th week.
Roy Kirkpatiick. who has been visit
ing with his parents for a couple of
weeks, returned the early part of the
wtek to Tacuma. Wash., to take up tits
duties as chief clerk In th office of th
general agent of th Northern Pacific
WHEAT REACHES HIGH POINT
Nebraska Prod net, Sold by
braska-Iowa Grain Company,
Sells for 1.0S, Highest
Price of the Year.
Two car of whit corn sold on the
Omaha Grain exchange Friday at 70
cent a bushel and on car of wheat was
disposed of at $1.05, th highest figure
reached by either product this year.
Corn has advanced 5 to t cents a bushel
since October 1, th quotations on whit
corn today being 70' cents to 70H cents.
and on No. S color corn (3 cents to 70
cents. Bom dealers ay that som mys
terious Influence Is "bulling" th mar
ket, others say prices are going up be
cause old corn Is scarce and the new
crop Is not yet harvested.
Th wheat that brought 11.05 was No.
mixed, Nebraska wheat, sold by the
Nebraska-Iowa Grain company, . Th
Beal-Vlncent company sold a car of No.
t hard at 1.044. The nominal range ot
No. 2 hard is 11.02V to 1.04.
Outs are advancing, but not at the
same rate as corn. Standard oats today
are quoted at iVi cents to cents, or
1 cent higher than on October 1.
for Boosters' Night
Governor Aldrlch has written to Peer,
tary E. V. Parrlsh of the WeBtern De
velopment league thst he will attend the
meeting of the league In Omaha next
Wednesday. President Brady, former
governor of Idaho, will preside, and gov
ernor of a number of other northwestern
states are expected to be present.
There will be a good atttndance from all
of the state represented In the league,
many of the exhibitors at the Omaha
Land show being official delegates from
their respective states. The meeting Is
In connection with the Land show at th
An Asito Collision
mean many bad bruises, which Buck
len's Arnica Salve heals quickly a It
does sore and burns, tie. For sal by
Beaton Drug Co.
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119 City National Bank Building. OMAHA
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