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TIIE BEE: OMATTA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1011.
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SATURDAY YOUR CHOICE OF
IN OUR ENTIRE STOCK -No
Matter What the Former Sell
ing Price, at
V ''' (
This offer includes every "Woman's Hat in
Our Millinery Department, no matter what
the former selling price. Lnfge dress hats,
evening hats, trimmed hnts of every kind
street hats hats for every occasion. Many
have ,been selling regularly as . fy
high as $30.00 and even $35.00. T $
Your choice at Hr
POSITIVELY NO. nATS EXCHANGED or
SENT on APPROVAL DURING? THIS SALE
ANY WOMEN'S HAT IN OUR ENTIRE
BASEMENT SECTION, that has C
been selling up to $5.00, will go at. ... V
I L i il.i ilOi LjLfaLl fti-fka..i..-l.
500 Women's Tailored Suits, Samples and Surplus Stock of an Eastern Manufacturer, Bought for
Lcsi Thia Cnc-lUli Ihsir Value,' Toethsr With Haairedi of ths Finest ?u:ts in Oar Owa Stock, at Unheard If Keducthns
FOR TIIE WOMEN'S ' Am?3i&& ' FOR THE WOMEN'S
This manufacturer took a big lost when he sold us these suits.
We can state positively that we have never In our history offered tail
ored suits of such high character at such wonderful bargains. Thou
sands of women have admired the showing In the windows.
WORTH UP TO $40.00
Every correct style, color and
fabric. The sample suits aro
easily worth up to $40.00. Wo
include in this sale unrestricted
choice of all our high class
"Fashionseal" suits that are
always sold at $25.00. You'll
not have another opportunity
like this again.
In Our Blanket Department
The Buffalo blanket made by Peter
Graff & Company, Worthington, Fa., is one
of the very best of all-wool blankets. It is
rnado of all pure wool of the finest quality
and has been of uniform grade for nearly
fifty years. In the East the Buffalo blanket
is well known. We have sold them in Omaha
for nearly ten years and we have never yet
had one complaint. A Buffalo blanket will
last a lifetime. They come in white, grey and
tan and large block plaid, and weigh 4M$
pounds. They are honestly made and worth
the price they are sold for $5.00 a pair full
11-4 eaze. ' '" ' "'V ' '-
A SPECIAL' VALUE " V"
Is either the 10-4 and 11-4 sixes, strictly all-wool
blankets in tans, whites and plalds-at $2,68 a pair.
We have but a limited quantity of these and they are
- worth considerably more money.
FILL SIZE WKAlTEn BLANKETS- These are 76
SO inches in size. The designs and patterns are
especially made for bathrobes, house gowns and
wrappers. They are soft and warm and of the
right weight. The price is, each $1.50
! BRANDEIS STORES
Choice of" 27 velvet dresses,
that have been mads to sell
at 25 and $30, in all colors,
browns, navy, green, wisteria
and black, beautifully trim
med; new styles,
Choice of 75 pretty new sample
serge dresses in black and
navy laoe and silk embroid
ery trimmed; many samples,
worth up to i j A
120.00, at JlV
SMART LONG COATS
Hear Bilk Flutth Coat HaUn
Iilned, Mack Broadcloth Coats
Heavy solid Mixture Coats
Doable Reversible Cloth ,
Coat Fur Lined Cloth Coats
with far collars, etc., r
worth up to 925, at.. ,4ltt
.hit a w-' s -iswv'-
iv?' (jv" ri mj-a(H
Mi Ff W A hi
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Great Bag Sale.'
ENTIRE SAMPLE LINES OF HERMAN
SCIIEUER, 821 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
AT i2 TO 13 THE REGULAR PRICES
These are all clever, new, up-to-date -styles In
bags of high quality. The bargains are wonderful.
WORTH UP TO $17.50
Hundreds of new . fall . and
mid-winter styles in
women's suits of strictly high
class. .The cheapest suit in
this group is worth .$15.00.
Most of them are worth $15.00
and even $17.50 wide st
variety ; of' colors and ma-
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BAGS WORTn UP TO $10.00 AT $3.93
Real Seal Bags in black and colors with real gun
metal and German Silver frames. Real Morocco
bags all sizes, all styles and colors; silk or leather
lined fancy safflen leathers. Velvet (?0 AO
bags in all colors and styles with iSA MX
. silk linings at , . . VWetU
For Your Choice of
WORTH UP TO $15.00
These are full made
fancy and shawl effects
with extra largo pillow or
half barrel muffs, heavy
satin lined. Brook Mink,
Northwestern Myak, Bel
gian Lynx, Russian Conie,
; Iceland Fox.
Black and Brown Conle Coats,
a t .. . ...$20 and $32.50
Pony Skin Coats at g.mOO
Juniors and Girls' Wool
Serge Dresses, worth up to
$10.00, girlish styles, $3.00
Girls Coats, worth-, up . to
$8.00, all styles and colors,
gooa warm cious, at-
$3.98 and $5.00
BAGS WORTH UP TO: $15.00 AT $4.98
All the season's finest styles. Genuine Seal, Genuine
Walrus, Genuine Morocco, : Genuine Safflen, Real
Calf Suede in all sizes: worth :&m no
$10.00 and $15.00 wholesale, at .4.0
$1.50 AND $2.00 BAGS AT $1.00
Velvet and Leather Bags with long silk cord or long
leather handles, worth $1.60 and $2.00, at.;.$1.00
Regular, $1.00 Bags, special at.. .1.
JEWELRY and SILVERWARE SPECIALS
$1.00 ' Earrings coral, pearl and Jet drops all
styles, at .v.V... . . . '. ; . -CO
$1.50 German Sliver Cigarette Cases, special at 69
$1.60 La Vail ieres with - sterling ' stiver white stone
pendants, at..: oJ
Imported La Vallleres, - worth $3.50 to $5.00, special
Rogers' Knives and Forks, 1 doxen In Solid Oak
chest, special, at. $3.50
SPECIALS in WOMEN'S WEAR in BRANDEIS BASEMENT
$10 WOMEN'S TAIL
OREO SUITS, $3.98
55 odd sizes and cloths,
that have been sold at
$10.00 each, while
Choice of an odd lot of tailored
and colored waists, that aro
worth up to $1.00, at 3J)
ir,iiiiiiP in 11 ill ii.i 1 11 .ii... 11 1 11
$8 DRESSES & TAIL
ORED SUITS, $2.98
Choice of odds and ends
in silk and wool dresses
and tailored suits, that
have sold as A (1Q
75o Black Sateen
$10 HEAVY WIN
TER CLOAKS, $5
Good, heavy mixture
and black cloth coats,
plain and trimmed;
dozens of ?P
styles, at. ,
$4 WOMEN'S WOOL
SKIRTS AT $1.98
250 tailored skirts in
pleated and plain ef
fects, mixtures and
plain' panamas. ij fr
Actually worth MX
Fur Scarfs, all
COATS AT $1.50
Heavy cloth and bear
skin coats, good full
liberal makes, all colors and
styles; odd gar- 4
ments and brok-1 Kll
tn sizes, special..VWv
$1.25 Fleeced Lined Kimonos
Brandeis Drug Department
25o Amale ' Rose Cream So
So Banttol Tooth Pwd 14o
'25o ' Dr, : Graves' .' Tooth
25c ' Rotallne .18o
25o Diamond Nail Pol
$1.50 Oriental Cream. .98o
75c.Pompelan Maasace 9o
25o Satin Skin Cream.. 18o
I5o Lllao Talcum 60
$1.60 . Danderlne 89o
6O0 Hay's Hair Health.. 45o
6O0 Le Jenne Powder.. 3o
$1.00 Loulaette Powder 89o
tOo Violet Ambre. . . . . .35o
10c Ilah Globe Hair Re
ceivers, special ........ So
25c Hydrogen Peroxide So
1-pt Thermo 'Bottle Si-OO
1-qt. Thermos Bottle X4
1 pk. 20-Mule-Team
iO Traveling Cases . ..4o
$1.00 Hot Water Bottle 68
$1.60 Fountain Syringe and
Water Bottle 11M
'APPORTION' -SCHOOL-. MOHEY
Secretary Burgess Eeports to Board
Condition of Funds.
EEYELAL rUSDS 0VEaE2AWH
;jfow RcmalBtas; Tireaearr t8r
. 3T4.8T, l.rss iMcaat Bica4ei
! la Giccii ot the Eatlmatea
Made (or the Year.
; Secretary J. H. Burgee of the Hoard
"if Education ai made his annual report
- lt the board uT the auiouula apportioned
lor the various departments for the tlaca.1
" ) rr ending ' December Si. 1911, the
Lmount expended during the flrat ten
months of the year and the amount on
'. Lund over and above what bas been '
t i'sdbd in excess of the tsttmait. The
' . iort followe:
Aiior- . Ex-
. flvertialng .........$ I' $ M
. 1 UUHS
( riHe and trvlKtit j.tivu
1 riuui euuuieratiun U
uiiwiruciion, sues.. 2ZS
" J Uviion exiliea... !.
. !f.ioIi eurnimttee J.m
. 'utnlture. fixtures. It .)
" 3 11, in ovementa '
' 3 wurttua 5wt
. Jiiuiesi, eavliaiitfe.. M.O10
" ) ii'iit and power....
'racera and clerks. lh.i)
JU !.Hlr '(!
i l-i ml taxes 3 l'i
- e .1 flu's '0
' '. tri.:ii. rm 4U.(.'
riii.tn lui.d. ( 6 i
J.ni.d i i-uh"!1hii.... tM.c
' liiiuuiiK lund t.vt
' v'iu uiuiiae fund
amount expended In
Red Gros3 Seals . !
Are Being Sold by
the State Society
The Nebraska Association for the Study
and Prevention of Tuberculosis Is asaln
busy in preparing for the Christmas cam
paign for the sale ot lied Croaa seals.
Mrs. K. R. J. Edholm, executive secre
tary ot the association and state agent
for the Red Cross seals, has established
offices on the fourth floor of the City
National Hank building and Is rounding
thlnga In shape for the pushing ot the
ale of the seals. About 200 agunts In the
late have been appointed with authority
to sell the tals.
All money made on the sale of thcite
seala la sent to the state asrvnt by the
various aubaKenta throughout the differ
ent atatea. All the unuold atatnpa and
U'li per cent of the proceeds of the sale
Is sent to the Red Cross In Wablnnton
to defray the expenses Incurred during
The proceeds from the sale ot these
stamps will go not only to help those 111
with tuberculosis, but also to prevent
others liable through ignorance, care
Icaknes. poverty or other contributory
rauaes from contracting the dlHease. In
comparison wttn othr states, Nebraska
lias not an overwhelming tuberculosis
probltrn to deal with, and the campaign
here Is largely one of preventing the dis
ease from taking hold.
Motion pictures will again be used this
year. A picture prepured by Thomas A.
Edison entitled "The Awukenlng ot John
liond," will be shown in several ot the
local theaters about Ueceinber 6. The
picture will ;iot only be shown here, but
tn thousands ot pl"ture shows over the
country, and the proceeds will go to the
Red Cross fund.
Hgv. Henderson Dies
Alter LonK Service
i'.ev. I-.obert M. Hcinler.ou, for many
Mar engaged In the yuucd't ministry
.1 Nebiusku, died at 6 W yeateidey luo.-n-
; K of a.tlini and a couipllnktlun of lu
iiiniHles due advanced years, tie had
l .,ro making but boitie lth bis dauguter,
.in.. f. C. J'lutt, lA North Tho-ty-fifth
fccilae4 by Steam
r .(.orei.ed by a fire, app'y Burklen's
i.n.itt t-alie. Cures l'i!--. too. and ttm
v n m uts. Quaianlecd. 2-C iv. aaif
if i-vaUU lHUg Co.
WORK ON W. 0. W.BUILOING
IS BEING HUSTLED ALONG
Structural steel for the Woodmen of the
World skyscraper at Fourteenth and
Karnum streets is now bulng raised for
the twelfth and thirteenth stories. The
contractors are now beating their ex
pected record, and are putting up four
instead of two stories per week.
titorievYork oo the first floor baa beun
and Is progressing at a rapid pace. The
footings on the north side have been set
and thw facing atone, a reddish granite.
U Lt.g put in place.
Already the ftrepruofera are hustling
with their work, having about completed
.) itilmtis up to and Including the flftu
floor. NVith fair weather It la expected
that the building will have reached the
cUliuenlh ktory and be ready for toe
roof by the flist of th year.
FLORENCE ATTORNEY ODSTED
Thompson Accused of Straddling
Fence in Punn j Fiffht. .
IS GIVEN CHANCE TO RESIGN
lie nefaeea to Step Oat tae
Conaotl Tke Takes Action,
Deelarl-c Ilia Office
W. IL Thompson has been summarily
ousted from the offloe of city attorney ot
Florence because he Insisted on rep
resenting both sides of the cases growing
out of the paving controversy.
Matters reached an acute stage on Mon
day, when Acting Mayor J. 11. Karris
gave the city attorney opportunity to re
sign. Thompson refused to give up office
and directed a communication to the
council formally refusing to step. out. The
communication was read at a meeting of
the council Wednesday evening and it
was then that summary action was taken
to declare the office vacant.
In the meantime the Interests of Flor
ence are being handled by Judge Hallar,
though be has not been officially declared
Loni Saatalaed Fight.
The long sustained fight which has
shaken Florence from stem to stern
trows out ot the attempted payment of
the contractor for paving Main street
Originally a tax levy was ordered tor
this purpose, but after warrants had been
drawn they were declared Illegal. A bond
Issue waa then proposed, but It met op
position from P. 1. ead, A. K. Pamie
lee and otheis. The opponents retained
Thompson as their attorney in the suits
that followed and the council objected to
having an attorney who repreeetited both
the city and those who were fighting It.
Thompson insisted on representing both
sides and this met with the disapproval
which brought on the summary action of
Froip Omaha's Neai:;Neighbors
Kay l tue .iu-uvu-"4e wul Ads.
WORKMAN INJURED IN
FALL AT POWER HOUSE
Arthur OMalley. M North Tenth
street, while work ng on a boiler at the
street railway company's power house at
Fourth and Jackson streets yesterday
(ell twenty feet to the ground, receiving
two broken ribs, one ot which pierced
the right lung. CVMalley was taken to
to the Omaha Gene al hospital,
to the Omaha General hoslptal.
OMalley was employed by the J. C
Toomey company of St. Louis, which
company la putting In a new boiler at
the power house, lie attempted to gel
up and lost b:s footing, tils 14.-im are
not oaidre4 daU4ft.ro v
' Valley. ,
Mrs. It. Wallstrom waa ! a Fremont
Mods Johnson was a business visitor tn
N. L. Tharp is spending a few daya
with his family this week.
Mr. and Mrs. George McDonald left for
their borne at Norfolk, Neb., Tuesday.
Mr a. A. E. Hubbard and Mrs. John
Mehi were shopping in Omaha Wednes
day. , k 1
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hobart of Valpa
raiso, Neb., are visiting relatives uua
Miss Stella Pierce expects to go to
Lincoln Kruiay to be the week-end guest
of Miss Mabel Johnson. - -
The Vailey High school foot ball team
will play the Shamrocks cl Omaha this
wtteruoon at 3 o'clock.
Mrs. Condron, who has been In poor
health for some tunc, went to Omaha
Monday to consult a physician.
Itev. Mr. Hughe of the Omaha Theo
logical aeminary gave two auuresses at
the freebytenan church Hunuay.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Woman's Missionary society of the Pres
byterian chuich was tu-id thursday after
uoon al the home of Mra. W. H. KdUy.
Rev. Mr. Bhawkey. C. E. Wrars, Dr. J.
C. AKee. T. Keaum. Frank bmeikel and
J. A. hulllvan are among those called to
l'umtr. Neb.. Tuesday a wiuiessea in a
Tex of South Omaba spent Sunday with
the Tex family. .. ..
' Mr. and Mra Saffleld of South Omaha
visited Sunday with the tatter's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Tex.
Mrs. Charles Koch and son, Crlsste,
made an automobile trip to Benson Sun
day to visit relatives. .
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Taylor have moved
to Omaha, where Mr. Taylor Is employed
by the Neuraaka Telephone company.
Miss Minnie Hansen and Miss Kpntt
Wlite. who attend sewing school, xnent
Sunday at their respective humca at
Chalco and EJkliorn.
Mrs. Clifford lielltnger and son returned
to their home at Wy more last Thursday
.fl.i l.r.rul u.- L a mti-v hwr. will, har
parents, Mr. and Mra Chris Koch.
Mr. and Mra Chris Bull gave a party
last Sunday to celebrate Mr. Bull's birth
day anniversary. A large number- of
Juesta wero present and cards were en-oyed.
last Saturday of paralysis. Mra. Martin
had been a resident of this county fifty
seven years. Her husband died last May.
a. A. Bates has bought ' an interest in
the store building on the southeast cor.
ner ot Main and Second streets and ex
pects to put in a general line ot mer
Mrs. R. Fred has rented the hotel from
Dr. J. Liiigenfelder purchased an auto
F. C. Gotten has accepted a position on
the. local carpenter gang.
P. M. Dickey and D. IL
motored tu Omaha Monday.
Herman Schwaak shot a
Jackrabbit near town fuuday
G. G. Mangold opened his
this week after a two months' vacation,
Arthur 6tark Is Improving very nicely
since his operation for appdend.cltls
most a week ago.
M. A. b pease, night operator at the
doi-ot. has accepted a pobliioo as agent
at Miiltaton, Neb., lor which place he left
M.nnie Petersen, who was severely
burned through an accident while clean
ing lamps last Friday, died Sunday morn
ing at & o'clock. The funeral look place
Tuesday afternoon from her home here.
Wada Klncaid flad the misfortune to
dislocate his ankle the other day.
J W Rhumaker attended the republi
can banquet at the Rome hotel Frrday
night. . i .
The Ladies Aid society met with Mra.
Grau Thursday. Light , refreshments
Pearl Mactler and Grace Orau. who are
attending school at Waterloo this year,
spent bunday at borne.
Miss B. Ostler, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Ostler of Omaha, la making an ex-
Mr. Rlgg of Wateiloo was a business
caller at Millard Monday.
Mr. Baldwin Is vlstung with Ms dsugo
ter. Mis. Murphy, at IjiicuIii this week.
Miss Dorothy Anderson spent several
daya I an I week ai her brother s at Klk
Mrs. George Hoyer end son of Paplll.on
vlauted with Mr. and Mrs. Hern. an Kot b
Mrs. Charles Andi-esen visited Monday
with her daughur, Mra. Abicttdseu, at
alg. a4 Mis. fiiuaarvllla ami Charts
Will -Brlsco and wife left Thursday
afternoon for Atkinson, where they will
make their home.
Mrs. John Nesblt entertained a number
of friends at a s o clock eHnuer on Tues
day evening ot tlris week.
Mra W H. VanCleve entertained the
women of the Methodist church at a ken
bin toil v eduesday afternoon.
Judire Day and Court R-Dorter Heller
have been up from Omaha this week hold
ing the district court for Hurt county
Frank Relnert and family have moved
into town from the farm. They pur
chased the Robert Templeton, jr., cot
Mra. John Driscoll of Boise, Idaho, ar
rived Monday tor a visit with her slbter.
Mrs. N. w . Bardwell. Mrs. Dnscoll waa
formerly a resident ot Craig.
W. L. Mason and his mother, Mra Lucy
Mason, returned rant weuk from thnlr
vlxlt with friends at Colorado Spiinga
ana outer points in tne went t
Oscar Valder rural carrier on route
In lekamah, was united in marriage
Wednesday afternoon to Miss Hoae
Mli-heel, one 'of the popular young women
oi tins vicinity.
Rev. C. H. Baicmft and family have
Jubt removed here from Lincoln. They
wl.l dwell at the iJveraide tiuotist cl.ui
ouifor.uae. Kev. Mr. HaniTvft havinir ac
cepted a call to the Riverside anu Mlver
Rev. Fdward Lee and family, who have
been visiting at the home ot Mra. Lee's
tarents, Mr. and Mrs. U. F. Ward, left
1 hursday morning via tlie Union Pacific
for bnia Ana, t al., wlitm they expect
to make their home.
Albeit Comte Is home for a short time
He is a Kiiikalder in Cneiry county.
James Martin of Albion was here Tues
day to attend the funerul pf his mother
L. T. Jarnneae Is Just completing a fine
residem e on his farm southwest of
tpi uigf isld.
The Klin -rood basket ball team played
Pprlngtleld last Saturday and Won by
a scure of Sit to A ,
lira James M, Martin, age4 7i dJ oa
tended visit with her former home friends
- Mra. J. C. Gaines, who has been taking
treatment In Omaha for some time,- Is
home now, feeling much Improved.
A delegation consisting of W. J. Ap
pleby, Chris Chrtstenaen, J. W. Shu
maker. M. L. Compton and Fred Moulton,
attended Odd Fellows' lodge at Arling
ton Wednesday evening.
MRS. JANE QUINN IS .
CHARGED WITH MURDER
CHICAGO. Not. 14. Mrs. Jane Qulnn,
whose husband was found shot to desth
In his bed recently, today waa Indicted
by the grand Jury charged with his tnur.
The rush and roar of deadly
modern life is everywhere.
v Your nerves are weak
and worn, they are
to the breaking point,
build them, vitalize
them with a Food-.
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