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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 10, 1911)
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Goodall has carried a Hamil- rlf , 1 f "7 i rv-V
ton Watch, and nearly 56 t 4i
of the men on American rail-
roads where there is official
time inspection do the same.
The Hamilton Watch
Company also makes phe
nomenally accurate and very
beautiful thin model watches
for men and women in all
walks of life.
Prices complete, beauti
fully cased and in mahogany
boxes, Vary according to size,
movement and casing, from
$38.50 to $125.00. ,
Make It a Hamilton for Christmas
Ask about the Hamilton at
Jewelers and Silversmiths
Sixteenth and Farnam
HAMILTON WATCH COMPANY, Dept. C.( Lancaster, Pa,
Remembrances to Appreciate
THE Blackinton line of sterling sil
ver toilet ware and novelties is
distinguished by those characteristics
which make it the most appropriate
for gifts at Christmas. The designs
are artistic, the finish careful, the
workmanship skilled and the prices
One of the most delightful designs
this winter is the "Norfolk." The
"Rajah" pattern is also another popu
lar design. The Blackinton articles
are furnished in a number of finishes
plain, polished, engraved and en
. These are sterling silver Christ
mas gift suggestions:
COIN CASES; VANITY CASES,
CORSAGE PINS, ,
CIGARETTE HOLDER CASES,
VANITY POWDER BOXES,
MEN'S CARD CASES,
HAIR PIN CASES.
See a complete line of the Dlankinton novelties at
C. B. BROWN COMPANY
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Jewelers and Silversmiths Sixteenth and Farnam
K. niankinton St Company, Goldsmith, Silversmiths and Jewelers, New York, Xo. Attleboro, Mass.
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In platinum mount
ings, novel and beau
tiful designs, nil euzenj 1-incU
to 4-inth -WIIK K LK H
WOKKMANS1IIP. Wheeler .
bar pins are exceptionally
handsome pieces and precisely meet the demands of the prevaling etyle. "We have many i)atterns and
combinations of precious and semi-precious stones and diamonds.
W carry a complete
stock ot diamonds of
tery grade, Tightly
priced and always ready for your
Inspection.. You can depend upon
It that diamonds and bar pins
bought from us are exactly what
we say they are.
Jewelers and Silversmith,
C D. BROWN COMPANY,
. . Omaha Repreeentatire For
HAYDEN W. WHEELER & CO., Importers and Manufacturers, 2 Maiden Lane, New York.
16th and Farnam
Plutiuum. the metal so fasli
ionable in all society centers
r the world now, finds its most
convincing expression in the
large and beautiful display at
this store of dinner rings, la
vallieres, swirl" pins, earrings
and brooches, manufactured by
the famous western house of
Juergens & Anderson Co., Chi
wigo, 111. .
Platinum jewelry makes the
best Christmas gift.
C. B. Brown Co.
Jewelers and Silversmiths.
Sixteenth and Farnam.
7v the famous western house of
Juergens & Anderson Co., Chi- ?X
''iigo, 111. . ffl '
Platinum jewelry makes the f
TSv I'ost Christmas gift. T
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Vk Sixteenth and Farnam. gy
. The Lifetime Gift
-, ; - A Meylan Wzitch
NO GIFT will be appreciated more by any member of the family than a good
-watch and the Charles II. Meylan watch is" the master timepiece that has
received the highest recommendations everywhere and that will last a life
time. The improvements made in the Charles II. Meylan watch have been so pro
nounced that it is impossible to compare the watches of years ago with the Meylan
of today. Heretofore the compli
cated watches had two pronounced
disadvantages; first, their large size
as comparexl with the ordinary
watch; and second, the difficulty
and expense in repairing. These
disadvantages have been entirely
eliminated by Mathey Bros., Mathey
& Co., as will be seen from an inspec
tion of the lines now displayed at this store. Their splits, chronographs and re
peaters are not only made as small and as thin as any ordinary watch, but the parts
of these watches are now made on a uniform principle, are interchangeable and can
be purchased from the manufacturers at a very low cost. These improvements in
the manufacture of fine watches have not come all at once, but have been gradually
developing through years of experimenting at the factory, under the supervision of
Charles H. Meylau. Their splits and chronographs follow the regular watch sizes,
from 12 to 1G, while their repeating watches run from the smallest ladies' size up.
The assortment winch we always carry on hand is one of the largest to be found in
C. B. Brown Co.
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H1TI1T BIOS. KITIST CO..
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Ye Mount Vernon
"YE Mount VcMion pattern stands
pre-eminent among the best de
signs of American tableware and
has received the stamp of
approval among ye
brides and ye good
houjes. The pat
tern is made according
to ye true Colonial re
quiremerits of Strength,
Beauty, and Simplicity. The
Colonial shield supported by the
emblem of plenty is the only
ornamentation, and is most ap
propriate Jor the table acces
sories. Excepting the shield,
which is tones in gray, the beau
tiful sheen of clear, bright sil
ver remains unbroken. The
line is?a$mplete and the indi
vidual and serving pieces are
made in"-substantial weights.
Weinviteyou to inspect this
line awiare convinced you
will bcaioroughly satisfied as
to its ijnerits. The Mount
Vernortis made by Rogers,
Lunt a iowlen Co. of Springfield,-Mass;
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A gift of fine Jewel
ry is a gift to please
THE refining influence which a
gift of fine jewelry carries,
brings greatest joy to the recipient
and reflects greatest credit upon the
donor. The gift -suggestions of
Sloan & Company at the C. B.
' Brown Co. soreyill interest all
who wish to setrure the most dis
tinctive in gift kvvplry. The line in
cludes those extrfemely fashionable
Waldimere vest (hatns in platinum
gold and all-plam. Every man
will be deligKtedvith a present
of one-of these'Waldimere chains
bearing the Sloan & Company
Here are some other gold, silver
and platinum suggestions for Christ
Full Dross Sots, Link., Studs and Vest Button,
in loallicr i-nxos.
TIu'ho mo Hindi iiiilUL'i most fusUionable designs
and a iv vnn I y peupuMti extreme culture in ull jtarts
of Anieriea. AnI; for Sloan & Company's fine jewelry at
C. B. Brown Co.
JEWELERS AND SILVERSMITHS
Sixteenth and Tarnam.
Gifts for More
Than a Day
THE only gift worth while is the gift
that will be remembered long after
Christmas has gone by. Such a gift will
be a selection from the stock of pearls at this store.
The pearl necklaces and pearl and diamond mounted
jewelry here are the choicest in America, and are
secured from the famous house of Powers & Mayer,
New York, a firm whose experts seek the richest
luster and the finest quality in pearls. Our stock of
Powers & Mayer pearls is extensive and will afford
you a wide selection for your Christmas presents.
G. B. Brown Go.
Jewelers and Silversmiths. 16th and Farnam Sts.
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THE spirit of Christmas finds a perfect embodiment
in a Waltham watch. No gift crystallizes the re
fined sentiment of the season so perfectly as a Waltham none com
bines such qualities in practical usefulness.
As timekeepers, Walthmn waitches have mo rivals, aud for beauty of model, they are
unsurpassed. Waltham offers a wide neleetiou, from popular priced movements to
the new Waltham Premier-Maximua at $2501110 finest timepiece ever made. The
Standard Waltham grades are named:
The Waltham Riverside The Waltham Colonial
hat been a famous Waltham movement for a for inofeBulonal, bualneas and aoclal life com-
rull generation. It la a strictly high grade bines the highest art with the sound principles
movement running through various sites for la- of Waltham construction. It is a graceflu, thin
dies and gentlemen. All 19 jewel Riverside model, adjusted and rased at the factory, and
movements are tested for temperature, Isoch-, assures a watch of highest accuracy. Price,
ronlsm and five positions. $37.60 and upwards.
We carry a complete line of Colonial series from t he 23 jeweled Riverside Max
imus down, "it's time you owned a Waltham,"
G. B. , BROWN COMPANY
Jewelers and Silversmiths Sixteenth and Farnam
Waltham Watch Company, Waltham, Mass.
The Christmas Leather Store Gifts unusual for men and women are here
AN exquisite assortment of leather goods here make : this store really the ideal Christmas leather goods store.
. .There are many importations. from other countries', and all the gifts are sure to win the favors of every re
cipient. Tlftfe iTfe special gifts for men, including card cases, cigar cases, and Pullman car slippers. The tourist section displays traveljng
cases, valises, suit cases rilled with toilet equipment and toilet cases. For ladies there are many charming gifts, with beautiful handbags standing
out prominently as the most attractive of the presents that women like. Our collection of handbags is distinguished and will impress the visitor
at once with the many charming designs and the highness of the quality. These goods are the product of the G. A. Webster Company of
Chicago, one of the leading leather goods houses of America. The goods made by G. A. Webster need no introduction to people who are
acquainted with the finest in the leather goods lines.
Jewelers and Silversmiths C. B. BROWN COMPANY Sixteenth and Farnam Sts.
Gifts That Dress Up the Home
CTERLING silver dressing
5 tabic mirrors and silver
photograph frames give an atmosphere '
of refinement and culture to any home.
A beautiful silvet frame enhancing the
beauty of a pretty face, gives a tone
and color to any room. It is one of
the articles that first strikes the eye of
a visitor to the home.
The firm of Unger Bros., of Newark, man
ufacture, the highest type of silver picture
frames and silver dressing table mirrors. The
frames and mirrors are hand engraved, with(
plain or polished finish. The Unger quality is
superior, becaure every detail is strongly
watched in the making of an Unger article.
The Unger line is carried by this store and is the largest of its kind in Omaha.
The exceeding beauty and excellent quality of the Unger article makes it the
mo&t appropriate gift for Christina?. It is the unusual gift and will be doubly ap
preciated, because of its fine quality and its charming design.
C. B. Brown Company
Jewelers and Silversmiths
Sixteenth and Farnam Streets
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f Coral Among f
ashionable People j
nHE wearing of coral is supremely fashionable this
-i- winter, because the decree of Paris that the soft,
beautiful coral shades shculd predominate in society centers.
The C. B. Brown store anticipated the coral popularity and is
today showing an important gathering of precious corals from Cory, Clark & Noon
The corals sold by this eastern firm are excellent for their quality and color.
There is probably no other gem that calls for no much technical knowledge and
care in the selection as the coral ami it is, therefore, only natural that Cory, Clark
& Noon should have the best corals, for this firm secures gems of perfect quality and
natural color. Their coral jewelry can be relied upon as to color and quality.
Omaha representatives for Cory, Clark & Noon are
C D. Brown Company
Jewelers and Silversmiths. Sixteenth and Farnam.
REMEMBER YOUR FRIENDS AT CHRISTMAS WITH AN: APPRO PR I AT E GIFT OF A HICKS GOLD PEN OR PENCIL
C. D. Drown Co.. Jewelers tad SiUersm'ths, 16th md Farnam Highest quality combined with most reasonable price makes the solid gold and solid silver peUs, pencils and pocket knives manufactured by William S. Hicks & Sons of New York the best. C. D. Drown Co.. Jewelery and Silversmiths, 16th and Farnam
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