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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 18, 1911)
TI1K HKK: OMAHA. SATURDAY. NOVKMIiKU 18. 1911.
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: 2,000 BE 1UTIFUL DRESSES OF WOOL and SILK FABRICS FOR WOMEN, MISSES, JUNIORS and CHILDREN
Bought at a Remarkable Price Concession from a New York Manufacturer All His Samples and Surplus Stock Included
Any Woman's Suit
In Our Entire Stock That Has
- - Been Selling For $35.00
- " or More at
Just Hal! Price
This Includes all our blgtae3t cIhbs
tailored Milt, that have been selling
at $37.50. $45, $49 and up to $98.
Many exclusive models la the clever-
put apparel In Omaha.
This Is such a remarkable event the dresses are of such beautiful designs
and fabric the styles are so stunning and the varieties are so great that every
woman la Omaha should make a special effort to see the wonderful display early In
-;- the day. Thousands have admired the dresees In the windows.
Women's Tailored uils
WORTH Up to $20.00, at $12.50
UA11 ajo tlu3 season a ' favorite
Styles every popular color and
feature is represented. v A week
ago they sold up to $20 Satur
day hundreds are spc- CflO Cft
i:tiallv priced at' vlfi.uU
( WOMEN'S NEW LONG
: Mixture Coats
! Just the styles that are in highest
. favor the new long polo effects
many double faced materials
I scores are cleverly fashioned
;. from smart now cloths, shown
; for the first time. Stunning,
: practical winter coats in styles
i that are "different", at
$15, $1750 and $19
.Vow riunh Coats Satin trliimied spe
: clal at. 12.00
5v rX w Tha Is such a remarkable event the dresses are or such beautiful designs ft
ii i5- tf fvv 1 and fabric the styles are so stunning and the varieties are so great that every
&jr ---"v ?-tkfV wAv.Vl woman in Omaha should make a special effort to see the wonderful display early In
JtfrfU .ty1". AA;' l,r',( fWZtfy- the day. Thousands have admired the dresees In the windows.
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CHILDREN'S COATS at $3.98
Pretty, new juvenile styles for
school or dress wear smart
warm cloths; worth CQ HQ
up to $7.00, at. $OeJO
CHILDREN'S COATS at $5.00
Dressy coats for children of all
ages extremely well tailored
and worth regularly as Qr ft A
high as $10, special at. . $tMU
Children's Bear Skin Coats $1.98
Styles that are so much in demand
for smaller children warm and
practical coats, worth
up to $4.00, at
All 41.1 T(JAMAn'A TlMAA From !he Bi
illl HUlUCUd Purchase..
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Cliarming st" , evening and dress frocks, made of very fine silks,
chiffons, surges, broadcloths, velvets and nets; newest colors and
styles that arc the season's reigning (jh
favorites. None of These Dresses are r
Worth Less Than $10.00-MANY OF
THEM ARE WORTH UP TO $20.00.
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All the ffisses' and Girls' Dresses
There are hundreds and hundreds of beautiful girlish frocks for fall
and winter here. Made in the newest colors and various wool and
winter materials for present wear4
Pretty sailor, Peter Thompson
and Russian blduso effects; soino
prettily trimmed, others are plain.
WORTH UP TO $5.00 EACH. . .
JLL d LL
FOR SATURDAY ONLY
10 Good Genuine Russian Tony Coats.
52 Inches long, satin lined; worth up
to $50 each choice while they last,
French Coney Beta. In black and
brown, with large pillow muffs and
fancy shawls, at $5
Natural Opossum and Canadian Marten
Sets. Large size at $7.50
White Sea Island Fox, Brook Mink and
Northwestern Mink Sets, large muffs
and large fancy shawls, at .$10
Genuine Red Fox Sets.- Very special,
SATURDAY YOUR CHOICE
Any Woman's Hat
In Our Entire Stock No
Matter What the Former Price
(Many of Them Were Priced To $30)
This is Drandels Stores' great annusl offer that the wore en in Omaha await
each seiison. Every hat in our millinery department will be sold at one price.
All the stunning dress hats all the exquisite evening hats all the. beautiful
ostrich plume bats all the large velour, fur, beaver and velvet hats In fact
every hat In the house, no matter whether Its former selling price
130, 40 or f 50. at
-Saturday in base-
Vour choice of hundreds of up-to-date fall and winter hats, worth as high as $6-
Drandels announces new arrivals in our artificial flower section. Flowers for trimming, also
for smart table decorations. ; , . ,'
Jewelry s Specials
German silver, band , Gorman silver, hand
niaue L)at;wui iU made bags; worth
$3.98, at . . . 2.US I $5.00, at. .. .$3.08
Fish Scale Mesh Dags; 7-in. fram, 8-in.
deep., worth $8, at $4.08
Lig Eale of Roses and Chrysanthemums Saturday in Our Cut Flower Department.
German Silver Cigarette Cases; double
row beautifully engraved and inlaid oxo
dlzed; worth $1.50, at 0c
Deautlfu) LaVallieroa Sterling Silver
White Stone Pendants; worth $1.50,
FIFTY BOOKS. Everyone Should Read EACH 50c
fy O. HENKY
Victory-, of Allen . riutleJge
t .' . Corkey
First Ixve Vorst
..XV) "of . France... ...,.',h.a. Mason
on" of the Wind.. ...-.Chamberlain
silver Horde Beach
Calling of Dan Matthews
Fortunn Hunter Vance
Glengarry School Days. ...Connor
Young Wallingford Chester
Old Peabody Jew WlKgln
Sapphire Bracelet Field
Shuttle .'. Burnett
Little Shepherd of Kingdom
Come ' , Fox, Jr.
Girl In Waiting 1...... Eyre
Friendship Village Gale
Paul Anthony Hayes
Lewis nana. . .Jonqfcton .
ino Man mgncr it
When a Man Marries
Garden of Allah
Oooae Girl.... MacUratli
Music Master Klein
Fair God Wallace
Splendid Hazard ' MacGrat
Iavender and Old Lace .Heec
Truth Dexter McCaU
Of Such Is the Kingdom. .Metcalt
Third Degree Hornblow
Fruit of the Tree Wharton
Danger Mark Chamber.-
He Feh In Lovo With His
Wife : Koe
Social Buccaneer Isham
Hteerln Wheel Watson
Heart Throbs. Anon
Kezlah Coffin Lincoln
Shepherd of the JHUs Wright
Mary Jane's Pa Way
Fool There Was Browne
. . Tl.i.-in. TL'hl.A
aquaw iuan... aversnam
Man From Glengarry
Marcla Schuyler Lutx
Virginian j........ Wlstor
Through the Wall
Rq CtxtsrJIioMPaaN Serar
IGHT SCHOOLS NOW OPEN
S ' -
Nearly Two Hundred Foreigners Be-
I ing Taught in Evening.
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OrNGSTEES LEASNINQ PAST
ir Avanrrt Ac Also Ad-
turn h Tvro Bckools, Whlck
i Kmplor Tw1t Cob
I ' elat Teachers.
jTwa night schools In Omaha are teach.
K M foreigners, between the ages of t
! ij 24, to speak the English language.
.cdo schools ars open only at night.
' the Comenlu night school and the
. '.. t is the Kellom. The Comenius Is at
'Ktmh and William ana the Kellom Is
I 'I wenty-seoond fend Paul. Both schools
; conducted In the regular day school
tidings. ' ' " ' ; '
force of twelve teachers is employed
manage these classes at 'the two
.iou!s and the corps of six teachers at
; ' ti school Is la charge of a competent
iw-iial. Mrs. Elisabeth It. Park Is
.:uilial (it Comenius and Mlns Cebella
hnfer Is In charge at the Kellom.
. vlet:ng these principals In their work
' the (ullonlng tea hers: At the Com-
n Elisabeth M. Hewitt. F.Ua Thorn
' u. Lolia W. Nichols, Mima C. JHyle.
n i Lllen Cole and' locelyn E. Chartlo.
; liie Kellom Josephine Carroll, Itose
V. V. lUuhey, Liuma Havllaud,
- ao Uritrith and K. IK Gson.
, -ot only are the teachers at these night
.ools, which were oiened three weeks
u. Intensely Inlrrtsied In their Work,
; they have ben a direct Influence In
Itves of scores of foreigners who have
: !i from the night school Into the day
i' ol with the Intention of securing at
-I a common school education.
) more advanced in years who at
i these schools do uo merely to ao-
it an Intelligent grasp of the language
i U.ty are now In the majority. The
ii' ttr foreigners pick up a siwaklng at
-in(ance with the KnglUh language
.ioJy. but their elders often find It
ry difficult and fur these the free night
aiwis litive keen a grtat boon.
City May Not Cut
Electric Light Wires
Action of . the district court In per
manently enlolnlng the rlty of Omaha and
City Klectrlclan Waldcmar MIchaelHon
from removing wlrts, conduits and polos
of the Omah & Council Bluffs Street
Hallway company has been affirmed by
the Nebraska supreme court. Thej court
modified the Injunction order only to (he
extent of ruling that It shall be effective
only during -the Ufa of the traction com
The action grew out of an attempt of
the city to stop the traction company's
furnishing power to the Klnpp-Bartlctt
Printing company, Hayden Bros., and
other Omaha commercial Institutions on
the ground that Its franchise was only
for operating street car lli-s. The city
ana uicnaelsen were about to remove'
poles, wires and Conduits of the company
because of Its refusal to quit furnishing
power to private concerns, whn the com-
.any started Its Injunction suit and won.
akes Little Nap
With Gas Jet Open
lis, Mary Usefey was asphyxiated by
3 fai.ies In her home at IWi North
Uen street this iiiornliis. Hlie aro
7 o clock to prepare Lrebkfsst. fcliu
wi le a mali h and applied It to the gas
t -. nnd turned suddenly, thinking
t hud lig)itd the gas. The gas did
. Uu'.te, krid the fumes continued to
r th!'u;h the J. U. lu the iiuanllme
: v.e::t back tj led to enjoy a few
;'.u:a nore of rrpLH. "About K 30
: 4 ehs was fuuud dtaj. Mia. Cleetcy
. iS j tars old.
Col. Cody's Copper
Mines Paying Out
Major Bill McCuue has received a letter
from Colonel W. F. Cody at Tucson.
Aril., saying the colonel Is progressing
swimmingly with his gold mining projects
nesr that place. The colonel U also about
to buy muchlnrry for some oil wells he
has acquired. He says he Is In the boot
of .health. He has sold an Interest In his
mining venture to eastern capitalists for
more money than the entire plant has
Anticipation, " v
'Vou-all kin have de wheat bread and
chicken flxln's fcr Thanksalvln' - an'
Crlssmus ef you'll Jest give me tho roas'
goose an' sweet 'taters' says Happy
John. "Of course, nobody wants to quar
rel with possum, cohn pone and common
doln's, but th' man that Invented xoas'
gooee lies popular wltli me all tl' time.
Lordy, lordy, but when you're' hongry
and you set down to a table In a humble
sperrit, an' quincldently a good coolt
brings In a bustln' big goose, wld da
stuffln' Just a-lnffln out da front an'
hind ends that's catln', sure nuff.
Nat'lly, de trlmmlns must all be there.
too, but I kin worry along wldout much
extras et de large plutter la right there
with Mr. Goose a-hunchln fer yuh to
come on an' meot him halfway, an' I
gln'rally meets him quick. Den, ef hits
pnowln' outdouhs. why all right, let it
snow, and let the win' blow, 'cause I'll
be too busy to notice. No, tah, no one
acts dlsrcspectul to roas' goose any time."
MAN IS NOW ON DUTY
W. 8. Clewell, the youngest city pas
senger agent In the United States, ar
rived from Sioux City Thursday night,
taking the place of John O. Linton of
tho Illinois Central, transferred to Birm
ingham, Ala., and who has gone to his
new post of duty. Mr. Clewell Is Just
past - years of age and has been In
the railroad business for years.
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Y. W.C. A. TO SERVE DINNER
ON THANKSGIVING DAY
Thanksgiving dinner will be served at
the Young Women's Christian associa
tion for any young women who are away
from home. The dinner will be served
at 1 o'cloik and tickets must be pur
chased In tho office before the evening
of the preceding day.
A program Is being arranged tor
Thankrglvlng afternoon by Kdtth L.
Wagoner, comprising vocal numbers by
kill's Buth McUrlde and Mr. Will Koe,
violin numbers by Miss Grace Mclirlde,
songs with violin obllgato by the Misses
McUrlde, and piano numbers by pupils
of Mrs. Wagoner.
LOCAL BUILDERS FIGURE
ON NEW CURTIS SCHOOL
Plans for the state's new agricultural
school bu'iMing at Curtis have been re
ceived by the Omaha Builders' cschauga,
and stveial local counselors expect to
submit bids for conntructlon.
The appropriation la IUO.000 for the
building snd its furnishings. It will bt
of concrete hud brick, two sturlts anu
basement, UixlM fctt
Gentle and Effective,
CALIFORNIA FIG STOUP CO.
in. lu Circle,
on evenj PacJfcas of tlto Genuine.
DO NOT LET ANY DEALER
SYRUP OF F1CS AND ELIXIR Of SENNA HA. GIVEN
UNIVERSAL SATISFACTION FOR MORE THAN THIR1 1 YEARS
I PAST. AND ITS WONDERFUL SUCCESS HAS LED UN
SCRUPULOUS MANUFACTURERS OF IMITATIONS TO OFFER
INFERIOR PREPARATIONS UNDER SIMILAR NAMES AND
COSTING THE DEALER LESSi THEREFORE. WHEN BUYING.
NotQtfoFuffName of tho Company g
L" , .1 I
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raiNixD STtAtcirr across.near the bottom, and in
THE CIRCLE. NEAR THE TOP OF EVERY PACKACE.OF THE
CENUINE. REGULAR PRICE CO PER BOTTLE; ONE SIZE
ONLY. FOR SALE BY ALL LEADING DRUGGISTS.
Cint. of UCOH01.U I ij j f
I '.u- a cowmnos, m j i S
, A Mm li.-oii W I 11 I i
a. I : .
UiMAH hi. riCIUHA
syri'p or ncs and tiixir op ?fnna u the most pltasant. WHOLE.
SOME, AND UtLCTIVE KLMLDY rOH STOMACH TROUBU. HEADACHES
AND BILIOUSNESS DUE TO CONSTIPATION, AND TO GET ITS BENEFICIAL
EFFECTS IT IS NECESSARY TO BUY THE ORIGINAL AND ONLY GENUINE,
WHICH IS MANUFACTURED BY THE
California Fig Syrup Co.
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Vv tL M r"-?Vsj- 1
About every one hundred miles
along the route a fresh engine is
waiting, with steam up, to pick
up this crack through train to
Florida, and speed .it on its way,
for this train goes through to
The order was given" Put on a fast
through train of electric lighted
sleepers, diner, electric lighted
coaches and baggage, and send
her through to Florida.every day,
independent of all other trains."
Beginning November 26th
Leaves Kansas City, daily 6: 15
Arrives . Memphis .." 8:15 a. m.
Arrives Birmingham 3:45 p. m.
Arrives Atlanta "9:20 p. m.
Arrives Jacksonville ". 7:40 a. m.
Trains from points eortb and wrst tnsks good connso
Hous In Kansas City SJiitt this splendid Dew trsln.
For tickets, sleeping csr reservations, snd a Ires copy ef
bssulilui book about, ilorula, call on or write
Frisco Ticket Office, Waldheira Bu'ildin?,
1 1th and Main Streets, Kansas City.
J. C. LOVltlEX, Dlrlslun Passenger Agent, Kansas City
Waiting to pick up
The kansas City-Florida Special
obeys orders. Its route is the one
of shortest distance and quick
est time the Frisco-Southern
Railway. It takes you to Florida
in the way you like to travel.
Your outer comfort is insured
by the 6plendid equipment.
our inner comfort is looked
after by Fred Harvey, and
Fred Harvey meals need no
Tt Is Rprlnv In Florida now.
The air is balmy. Go!!. tennis,
boating. bsthlDf. Hilling, rno
tormg are in lull swttif there
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