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THE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23. 1911.
All the Women's 75c Rub
All Infants' Shoes, worth up
$2.69 for Men's Pants,
Men's Ovearcoata Regular and
convertible collars, values up to
. 112.60, at $5 and 87.50
Men's 8.B0 Overcoats SO-lnch
length, with convertible collars,
Men's Suits Values Up to $15.00,
at $5 1 810
hers, Ml sizes,
worth up to $!.() a pair
extra heavy all-wool wor
steds, cassimere, regular or
$1.49 for Men's Pants,
worth up to 12.50. All wool cassi
mere, light and dark patterns.
to $1.50 pair, nt flRn
pair 59c and ......
All the 50c Black and Col
All the Men's $1.00 Rubbers,
all sizes, p.t 50c
Shoe Polish, 5c boxes, at lc
Saturday's Shoe Bargains Will Be Wonderful!
The Greatest Opportunity Yet Offered to Omaha Men!
Men's Overcoats and Suits
From an Eastern Wholesale Tailor's at i Less Than Their Value
of Samuel Holzbcrg, of Sioux City, Iowa
On Sale in Brandeis Basement At
Actually Less Than i Its Value
There are thousands and thousands of shoes in this sale. The variety is as great ns ever and Satur
day's bargains arc tho biggest of the sale. Ever)- pair of shoos is up-to-date and strictly high quality.
All the Men's and Women's $2,50 and S3 High Shoes at
All the Women's and Men's $4 and $5 Oxfords at .
All the Misses' Girls' and Boys' $2,50 High Shoes at .(
All tr:3 woman's Martha Washington Shoes at . . .
For unrestricted choice all the new
fall 1911 tries Mrn'a and Women's High
Shoes worth $3.50 a pair.
All tfie Sim's VI. BO Ilut-kle Overshoes
V Pftr ..08
For unrestricted choice All the Men's and
omen's High Shoes newest fall and winter
ityles. 4 and $5 per pair values.
All the 91 Leggings, black Jersey and children's velvets, at
Every overcoat and suit in
this entire purchase is strictly
high grade all new styles and
desirable patterns. Most of
them strictly hand-tailored.
All the Men's
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tin iJh i ui t'if vr v . ffu l
The greatest lot of men's
hand-tailored clothes that wo
have ever offered at this price,
Overcoats are finest mater
ials and newest classiest styles. Jfh
Suits are hand-tailored and f(j
includ all wool blue serges.
Worth up to $25
For Overcoats and Suits Worth up to f 1.0.50
lOvercoats are fancy tweeds, che
viots, etc.; some with convertible
collars. Suits are extra heavy, i
a i v v won
1 u u u
r.imniu mi t uu in? . 1 1 it i 17 in
For Overcoats and Suits, worth up to
$16.50. Black Kersey Over-
I coats with astrakhan col
lars, fancy velours, etc.
:! 4 J
Hen's $2 and $25? Hats, 98c
1,400 men's sample hats from two New York hat
manufacturers. Soft and Stiff Hats, also the
new Scratch-up hats, all new styles; ftOA
values up to $2.50, at. ..... .( VOC
Celebrated Btttson Hats, latest styles, at ..... .83.50
WUnon's EngllBh Hats, at $2.50
Brandeis Special Huts Hungarian velour, imported
scratch-ups' and silk yluch hats,' at. .2
Fronch Velour and Imported Deaver Hats, 84 and $5
Men's $3 Russian Squirrel Fur Caps, at 81.50
Men's Winter Caps, at 50
Men's Soalakln Caps, at 8 1.08 to 815
Hudson Seal Caps, at 83.50
Natural Muskrat Fur Caps, t 8-1.08
Doys' School Caps, at 25 49 and 08
Boys4 Double. Breasted or Nor
folk Suits $3.00 values
Russian Overcoats Ages 2,j
to 8 years or convertible col
lar long coats, ages 8 to 10
years; some worth $4
. nt $1.89
Boys Suits in all the new
shades, peg top pants; $4.50
values, at $2.89
Overcoats formall boys or tho
larger boys; $4 and $5 coats
at : .$2.89
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Men's New Fall Shirts, ,hsuopat 98c and $1.39
All the new fall shirts, no seconds and no soiled samples. All tz4B?n$
new, perfect shirts in the best makes; plaited and plain bosoms, coat
styles, attached and detached cuffs, Shirts that aro actually worth up
Mn's Fall Ne?lie Shirts at 30c, worth u? to $1.23
la plain and neat striped effects; values up to 91.25. Hundreds of new patterns.
MEN'S Wl.NTEK CNDKltWEAK
Root's Medicated Wool Underwear
at 81.50 to 82.50
Norfolk and New Brunswick Underwear, wool, and
silk and wool 81.50 to 84.50
Munslng Union Suits for men. at . .$1 to 84.50
Men's Wool Fleeced and Derby Ribbed Underwear,
at 30 50 and 69
Men's and Boys' Sample Leather Gloves and Mit
tens, at. pair 50 75 nd 08
Men's and Boys' Wool and Wors
ted Sweater Coats, values up to
1.60, special at -59
Men's 75c Sample Shirts, at 35
Men's 75c Heavy Fleeced and
Derby ribbed Undershirts and
drawers, at, each 35
CROSS-COUNTRY RUNS LIKED
nnrt in Wnw Tlfrinn To1tyi TTn v All
COACHES AEE DRUUKQ THE MEN
TkMib Thrro Are Srreral ioo4
Teaiuii, It Apiara that Coravll
J WtU Acala Captor tha
NEW TORK. Nov. U-Track athletics at
tha blf unlvaraltlea say that croa-country
running ia botomlng on of tha moat
popular of outdoor fail aports. Thera waa
a tima when little attention waa paid to
this branch of athletics, but aurh la not
tha cm now. College men each year
.re becoming- more and mora Intereated.
Judging from the way the different unl.
veralty teama are forking (or the an
nual l"r3lleduta run, which la to be
held at lrookiluo on November 13, no
una can doubt tho ipuit'a popularity.
'olUn coachra thla r are drilling
their men with one purpose, and that
it to down Cornell. Of lute yeara Coach
lloakley haa been aa succraaful with his
Mil ad dulers aa haa Coach Cuurtney
with hla oalamei). Conn 11 atanda out
r.a tha leader In croxk-country running
and. Judging frum the Ilhacaua' prvaent
outlook, It already bigiua to look aa If
Cornel! aKaln will capture tha Intercol-l'-Klate
title, altliouuh several other unl
vrrnlilee are credited with having torm
'(rnelllana are Interested more In the
rport thau other college men. Moakley,
aa a rule, generally haa tha largeat miuad
from l h to plrK a team, and maybe
that la tbe reason why be haa been so
it -'J iv
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tite but to do
so, coffee growths, blend,
and roasting must be per
fection. It's the appetizing
. CE1D3J CE?7EE
that endears it to the thou
sands of particular coflea
drinkers vho use it. A
tn& trial will convince
you of its quality and value.
33a a pound
TONS CROS., Caa Moines, la.
Thet r two k nA of writ,
aucoeaaful. Trlnceton, Harvard, Fennayl
vanla, Yale, Dartmouth and othera are
displaying a different spirit than they
did in paat yeara. That they are paying
more attention to crc ai-cJuntry running
la evidenced by tho fuct that more men
try (or the team now than was the caae
in tha past.
Too Early (or Optaloa.
It la by far too early to form an opin
ion on th teama In lialnlng. Cornell,
however, look . to bt the one beat bet
(or the InUruoileglat title. Tha up-
itata ootleglans claim five of last year's
Point winning team, and this la a big
help to tha Hed and White team.. John
Paul Jones, who won th raca (or Cor
nell last year, and Seiua, who finished
aeoond, and eevaral other veterans (orm
a very likely, looking squad. Uoakley
has had his iun at work (or aom time
but haa not yet picked his regular team.
It will be soma time before ha fully de
termine upon th (inal makeup.
Tha other team have don so llttl
work that th cuachea aa yet have not
been able to make their aelectlons. Little
la known of the untried and inexperienced
material. Hoth Harvard and Yale have
Buffered because of their beat runners
were lost through graduation. Masna-
chuaetta Technical promisee a strong
team and la looked ui'on by many us a
possible "dark horse" for the big race.
Columbia In past years haa been ham
perd for lack of training grounds. Thins
are different thla year, however. Th.
hew management haa planned to trait.
th men over a courae obtained In Vut.
Cortlandt park. Theia th ilornlngslUfc
Heights men are getting dally practice,
lietween now and the day of the Inter
collegiate race Columbia's jnen will get
weekly handicap runs.
ASKS SHOP EARLY SERMONS
Commercial Club Invites Help of
Minister in Campaign.
SEEDS OUT LETTER TO THEM
Waata Them All to Preach oo Karly
Christina Chopping; from" at
Home of the Harris'
Twenty-five couple dreaaed aa rubes
had an old-fdsliluned good time at the
houKe-warmlng In th brand new home
of lr. and Mra. J. A. Ilarrla Thuiaday
evening. The Interior of the house waa
decorated with shocks of corn and
sheaves of wheat. A 'fiddler" on a
three-legged atool scraped away with
vigor at the old-fashlooed tunea "Money
Musk." "Turkey in the Btraw." Irlah
Watherwotnen." "Arkansas Traveler"
and many othera.
When refreshment time cam th guests
lined up on either lde of long board
I a bice, seated on bales of hay and at
doughnuta and red applea and nuts and
drank cider from tin cups.
CUKSTON. la-. Nov. J4. -(tf pedal. )-A
deed filed yesterday In the county re
corder's office conveys 114 acre; of land
in thla county to E. J. Kelley, prealdlng
blahop and trustee of the Itorgariiad
Church of Jcaua CirUt of Letter Iuy
Kalnta. Th deed was granted by alary
find W. C. liodgee of Adair county and
th prtc paid for tha tract was tUOX). or
nearly I(W per acre. Vbe:her the l-attcr
1'ay halnta ar contemplating building
and organising a churcu la UilS coufy
is not known.
Ths Commercial club has sent letters
to Omaha ministers asking thera either
to preach sermons urging early Christ
mas shopping or to use their Influence
for It In aom other way. The letter
contain the following early shopping
In th (Iret place It Is a boon to th
people of the city who respond to the
suggestion. It gives them an opportunity
to chooae their holiday gooda from a full
atock before the choice articles are d.s
poaed of and the others handled over
and ar more or lea ahop worn.
"They ar enabled to secure the beat
oi service rrom clerks who are working
under normal conditions and therefore
In the best fiamo of mind to render sat
isfactory service. The same la true of
in proprietors or the various extabllBh
menta, who are not operating under high
pressure and can give thtlr cuatomcra
greater Individual attention.
"In th second place, and more lmor
taut than the other, is the human ai,U
of the movement. It la on thut account
particularly that we write to aollcl youi
co-operation. The women and glrla be
hind th counter should tiav soma con
sideration from th buying public It U
Impossible to g thin, however, uulesj
Christmas ahopping la Blurted right Sway.
"I'uder the old ayatem, where everyone
seemed lo wait until tha ! ..r
two. and then ruahed uround In a nervous
manner, th clerk stood no altow, but
wer worn out mentally and physically
from overwork and nervoua tenalon
caused by the thoughtlessness of those
who by shopping early would relieve them
of that condition and be helping them
selves at the same time."
Old Soldiers Used
i in Big Land Frauds
WASHINGTON. ' Nov. 24,-Extenslv
land frauds through the use of soldiers'
declaratory statements have been un
earthed by agents of th general land
office In the northwest, and the commis
sioner of the land office has received a
report of the indictments at oerdeen,
8. D., of a half dozen persons. Including
women, charged with conspiracy in these
At th land office at Timber Lake, In
South Dakota, 1,100 such statements, each
covering 100 acres of land, have been
Med within,, the last year, while 404 audi
atatement ampere filed in the land office
at Lemmop. Th effect of the filing of
these declarations Is to hold the land In
definitely, thus shutting out legitimate
It Is asserted that not one out of
twenty statement la followed by actual
To Hold Memorial Kervleee. .
liOUAN, la., Nov. 21. (Special.) Memo
rial fervlcea In honor of Mra. Km ma
IUchman, worthy grand matron; end 1.
W. Clements, worthy grand patron; alo
nr. U Witt, J. C. McCube mid Watson
Humphrey of the subordinate chapter,
No. 133, Lopan. will be held ut the Inde
pendent Order of Odd Fellows lodge
rooms here Sunday afternoon at 2 30, No
vember tt. by the Ordor of the Eastern
Ftank I). Hteatns will deliver the me
morial address of the afternoon. A
ladles' quartet and a mixed quartet have
been secured for the music of the after
I'mtoa Man Make Chance.
CKESTON, la., Nov. Z4. (Speclal.i-A
buainesa deal consummated yesterday
CHOICE OF 31 KINDS
ECLIPSE LUMP $5.00
Iteduce the high coat of liv
ing by ualng this hot. aervtt eaMe,
popular cual Oood In the kitchen
or launJry. I'aed In soft coal heat
ing stoves and furnace. Try a
ton pf rVllpae.
EC0II0F.1Y . 56.50
All aliaa, nut, egg and lump, same
price. Our beat bargain for those who
require a high grade, clean burning,
durable, cllnkerleaa coal.
Thousands ualng Economy.
All of our coal la aold under the guarantee that It will be aattaractory
'0 will cither replace with other coal or refund your money, your option.
fa CIS YELL-0
50 Fine) Teams
Evenr Toa a Big Qn
takes one of Crcston's prominent busi
ness men to Marshalltown for the future.
A. E. Mlckel, for the last eleven years
one of the moat prominent and progress
ive citizens of the olty has bought the
furniture business of A. E. Wilbur & Bon
of Marshalltown and will take poaseaalon
cf the stock December 1. Mr. Mlckel has
been the proprietor of one of the largest
furniture houses in southwestern Iowa
for a number of years and recently sold
his Interest to his partner here.
BCOTEUSirTS Or OCXAsY ITIAKSaa
. . 8o Gu llalme.
BLACK HAWK FARMER SHOT
IN QUARREL WITH AGENT
WATERLOO. Ia.. Nov. 24. (Special
Telegram.) Henry Phillips, a Blackhawk
county farmer, living near Ithelnbeck, was
fatally shot in a quarrel with McCaakill,
a sewing machine agent of Waterloo,
last night. The murderer aays the crime
was committed In self-defense, but evi
dence indicates it was a deliberate mur
der. The deceased wss 6S years old and
leaves six sons and five daughters. He
bad lived in this county thirty years. The
crime waa witnesaed by two children.
Persistent Advertising ts the Road to
BOONE FARMER CRUSHED
TO DEATH BY CATTLE
BOONE. Is., Nov. U. (Speoial Tele
gram.) Axel Hansen, aged 65 years, a
wealthy farmer, died from the effects of
being crushed by cattle In his bam. He
crawled to the house. His sister, who was
housekeeper, was visiting In Dayton for a
few days. She found his body on her
A Bachelor' Refleetlowa.
What makes a girl so nervous about
passing twenty-eight without being mar
ried is pretty soon she'll want to admit
she's twenty-three, while her younger
brother la claiming he's thirty. New
Wishes to announce an extraordinary Special Clearance
Sale of Pianos for the next six days. This is without
doubt the greatest sale of both new and used Pianos that
we have ever held. Do not miss this opportunity. Sale
starts Saturday morning, November 25th.
Below are a few of our , special prices for this sale
Wheat & Co. . . 843.09 Singer S95.00
Kimball SdO.OO Mueller $95.00
Kimball ..... $75.00 Camp & Co. . . $100.00
Cornish $95.00 Vose&Sons . . $125.00
Chickering & Son $135.00
Estey (used) $169.00
Fischer (used) . $175.00
Haines & Bros $190.00
Don't forget. .
Douglas Gtreet Entrance.
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