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THE BEK: OMAHA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1.011.
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Get your Christmas shopping done thin week. Fri
day will be the best day of the week to buy at Brandete.
The stocks are all complete and i you will have n better
Variety to choo.se from than anywhere else in Omaha.
Miles of aisles of Christmas Gifts.
More than 1,000 clerks to wait on you.
A Fairyland of Toys
lt' the children who Vnow where the most attractive toys are.
Thsy all mtike for Brandels Toyland as noon at school la out. If
our toys attract the children now, nothing elso will satisfy them on
JI v ft
ABC Blocks lOo to 99.98
Aeroplanes, key wind. . , .lOe to 91.B9
Aluminum Kitchen Hets. ISo and Boo
Aluminum Tea rieta....B0e to 91.00
Artificial Christmas Trees, '
at Bo to
Automatic Register Banks BSo
Automobiles 93.89 to IS
Aquarium with fish, boats,
at lOo to 91.00
Big Ked Beetles, key wind,
Blng'a Walking Dogs... SI to ta.BB
Blackboards, priced at..SBo to S3
Brooms for the little miss ... . loo
Building- Blocks, set. . . .85o to $3.80
Boy In Coaster. mechanical .... aso
Carpet Sweepers loo to 4B0
Carving Beta for Children lOo
Children's Chairs a Be to 91.60
Children' Tables BBo to SXBO
Christmas Candles, box Be
Christmas Decorations. . .Bo to 8 So
Christmas Ornaments.. tV4e to lOo
Clothes Backs for Glfte..lOe to a Be
Coaster Wagona I1M to 9a.SO
Crawling Beetles, mechanlcai. .tee
Decorated Tin Tea beta. .loo to BO
Doll Beds too to $B
Doll Carts, all alsea....lSe to $10.00
Doll Dressers, eacn....a6e to 9130
Doll's Knife, Fork and Spoon,
at Be and loo
Doll Houses ISo to 99. SS
Doll Piano Btool 8 So to fLId
Doll Hide Boards...... toe to 1.0
Doll HwIbks 4 lOo
loll Trunks, all slice Be to as
Drums, at lOe te a.S5
-Bell Chimes on wheels ate
Animals on stand lOe to 1.10
Galloping Horses SJ.BO to 919
Game Hoard, all kinds.. aBe to 99
Hand Cars, please the boys
at ...9330 to 9
Hand Organs for children.. Be to 91
Hand Hewing , Machines,
at 91.89 to M-BO
Hill Climbing Toys..... BOo to 81
Holster. Belt and Pistol ISO
Humpty Dumpty Circus. BOo to 9BS
Iron Toys of all kinds-. ..Bo to 9a
Iron Trains... 9Ba to 99 .Bo
Ironing Hoards loo to 300
Magic lanterns BSo to 9S
Mmhic Hides, donen... . .loo to Boo
Mandolins and Banjoes 91
Mechanical Animal Banks lOe
Mechanical Toy man and cart..8Se
Mechanical Trains 9Bo to SB
Mechanical Tin Auto 9Bo
Metal Hattles Bo, lOe and aoo
Metal Soldier Hets a So to 93.88
Mlrrorscopes 92.00 to 930
riano for the little mlb...88o to 910
Plush Horses on stand.. 8 Bo to 95
Plush Horse, wagons, .. .98o to 99
Plush Hocking Horsea. .94.60 to $19
Racing Outfits with horsemen
at 78o to 9939
Rocking Horses ........ 9139 to 910
Rolling Chimes a Bo to BOo
Holy Tolys 8 ISo to BSo
Rubber Animals BBo to BOe
Rubber Balls for children
at . , Be to BSO
Rubber Dolls....; 7 Bo to IBs
Santa Claua Faces BSo to BOe
Heal, mechanical tin toy 3 Bo
Side Walk Sulky 91 to 91139
Simplex Typewriters 91 to 93
Shoo Fly Horses B8e to 9)439
Sleda for girls and boys
at 9So to 98.50
Sleds, flexible runner. 9139 to 9S39
Bletgh Bells en reins
at loo, lBo and I Be
Stall and Horse Outfits for the
buy, at 1.89
Stationary Engines. .. .BOo to 91.69
Steamboat, mechanical tin toy..B5e
Steam Engines.... SB to 919
Steel Wagons 7o to 9330
Stoves and Ranges. .. .BSo to 99.89
Tsddy Hears ,0o to 91.99
Ten Pins aso to 9180
?he Tireless Spinning Tope...,10e
Ime Lock Banks, safe shape., lOe
Tin Knglnes ase
?ln Flutes, la full notes, each.. Bo
In Horns for children. ,10o to S8e
Tin Kitchen Hets, 1 pieces. .. .lBo
Tin Kitchen Hets loo to BOo
Tin Trains, heavy engtno, tender.
coach and track 890
Toy Knglnea, tin key wind, for
Christmas ,3o to. BOe
Toy Motors, electric; a pleasing
toy BOo to 9139
Tunnel and Scenery for Toy R.
R. trains..... BOo to 9130
Univeuuil Registering and Adding
Iron Banks 880'
Sample DoUa All dressed In the very latest style. In whit and col
ored gowns. A very large assortment to select from. Every one
la worth at least 60c many worth a great deal more special,
at. each 250
Strictly All Wool Dress Patterns
850 All Wool Dress Patterns, each containing enough ma
terial to make, up any stylo garment. A new shipment
just received.; ' All the season's favored 4 g
weaves. The biggest dress goods values V & 2
of the reason. Complete patterns at, each. . 9
8,000 Silk Scarfs 2 yards In each scarf. Beautifully hemmed, In
floral and geometrical effects, dresdens, ahadow ma
stripes, crepe da chine and, radium silks; worth Hrils"! Xl
11 OA nJ I ? H(l at.rh ' w v w w
Brandeis Big Cut Glass Gale
IN OUR WEST ARCADE
Three big lots for Christmas presents:
Lot 1 Choice,
Lot 2 Choice,
Cat Out Thiii Coupon
Friday ani Saturday, this eek,
we ' offer a handsome hand
decorated ' late, suitable "for
' a Christmas gift worth up-
to 1.60: each, for this
Lot 3 -Choice,
Demonstration and aale of
the Trlmo Vacuum Freezer
dally. In our China department.
Freccea delicious Ice cream in
lesa than 10 minutes.
. - Thermator Flrelesa Cookers,
the only seamless cooker made.
It makes an ideal Christina
. Saturday is Our Great Cloak Sale
A apavial purchase of thousands of women's and mlsaea' warm, well
auade winter cloaka from an eastern manufacturer at the moat
extraordinary bargains in our history
Coats worth up to 12 2. at $5 $0.03 $3.08 i 312.50
Next Hon jay is Our Oriental Rug Sale
.A wonderful purchase of Oriental Ruga of the highest charac
ter bought from the Lulled Statea customs house at bargatna never
before offered in rugs of such fine grade.
We are not
able to ac
c o m m o date
the late arri
vals In the
opened up an
annex in the
Ask for S. & H. Green Trading Stamps
with All of Your Christmas Purchases.
table3 are the
feature of our
at 25c, 60c
and $1.00, as
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I An Elegant Suit, $19.50
Same Qualitiet We Have Been Selling all Season at
925.00, 927.50, $29.50 and $35.00
Make yourself a Christmas present of one of these
nrnctical suits at $19.50. Each suit includes every
vorthy feature you naturally expect in a high grade suit,
f such worthy materials as worsteds, cheviots, serges and
ovelty suitings. There's a splendid variety of styles and
colorings and all sizes in the assortment.
A large quanltlty of fine, sort wool
knitted shawls in a good variety of 6tyles;
white, ecru and light grey; 9J1.SO each.
One lot of large size light blue knitted
shawls that were $1.00 and $1.25; Friday,
25c dozen aviation raps in a big line
of plain colors and combination of color;
91. 2t, 91. bu and $1.76 values, Friday, 98c.
We are still adding to the variety
and the value in our waists department
and Friday wish .you to specially note
a matchless lot of satin, Persian, mes-.
saline, lace trimmed and chiffon-over-"
Bat In waists that we have marked as
Christmas leaders at 9:1.0.1 and St.03 each. The
styles are correct for both evening and street wear. You will
sot be able to duplicate this offering anywhere in the city.
Christmas Aprons-Dainty lace and embroidery and satin-bow-trimmpd jmrnns
mingle with those of sturdy gingham and percale; a stock to satisfy every Christmas want. 25c and up.
$15 to$22.50 Fur Sets are Now Selling at $10 and $15
No gift more timely-no fur bargains better than these. Each lot shows a wide range
of shawl neckpieces in various widths and lengths and medium and large size pillow
muffs of high grade black and brown furs. Properly made, lined and trimmed.
Airs. E. Joy Johnson, of Lusk, Wyoming,
Who Also Resides in Omaha,
in Her Book
"The Foreman of theJA6n
Hat Produced a Striking Volume
of Western History.
Every man from the West thoroughly ap
preciates thjs stirring story and the strong,
realistic presentation of Wyoming life. As you love
the West, you ought to have at least one copy.
Introductory Price, $1.50
Special Things are Brought Forward
Prom the Book Store for Fri
day's Selling-Good for Christmas.
Ralph Connor's llooks at 50c "The Man from
Glengarry," "Glepgarry School Days," "The Doctor"
and "The Foreigner."
amct Wlkitcosnb lUlcy Hooks at 50c-" A Summer'a
Day" and other poems, "Down Around the River"
and other poems.
Harold Hell Wright's Hooks at KOc "The Calling
Of Dan Matthews" and Wallace's "Prince of India."
Also hundreds "of other bookB at special prices, In
cluding one lot of gift books in Christmas titles, beau
tifully bound and illuminated, worth up to 50c each,
at 10c the volume.
The Famous Knickerbocker Classics at 15c Per
Volume They're quite the thing for Sunday School
class gift purposes-Including:
Professor at the . Breakfast
Rubalyat of Omar Khay
yaiv. t'ncls Tom's Cabin.
Courtship of Miles Stand-
Ktc, Etc., Etc. '
Ten Nights In a Bar Room.
Familiar y notations.
Etc., Etc., Etc.
The Alger llooks for l$ojs, usually sold at 35c the
volume, at this store, Friday, for 10c.
Adrift In New York.
Andy Ci rants Pluck.
Bound to Blue.
Erie Train Boy.
Facing the World.
Herbert Carter's Legacy.
Etc., Etc., Etc.
In a New World.
Klneti from the Banks.
Shifting for Himself.
Sink or Swim.
Tom, the bootblack.
Strong and Steady.
Etc., Etc., Etc
Sale of Dolls, Etc.
One big lot of 15c and 25c dressed dolls,
to 'close out, Friday 10c
.400 kid bodv doll.
jointed and with mov
ing eyes, all styles and
colors of hair, actual
up to $1.25 values, Fri
day, while they last,
35c zig zag puzzle. .25c
14-key steel pianos
in baby grand styles,
Carom arch arena
Toy tin wash boilers, 5c
$1.75 box Bradlev's
water colors for 98o
50e Grey Beauty pacers-two horses and
a wagon-Friday 25c
25c game of Lotto. 10c
Large box of "Soldiers at the Front," 49c
Electrical motors and engines, guaranteed . . 75c
Hosiery and Gloves
36c, fast black, full fashioned, medium weight,
hosiery with lavender tops and double soles,
heels and toes; 25c the pair.
Women's 60c. fast black, seamless silk boot
hosiery with wide lisle garter tops and lisle
heels and toes; contain slight imperfection which
do not affect the wearing qnaitles; Friday, 35c
the pair-or three pairs for )I.OO.
Women's full regular made, ftl.00 and f1.23
silk hose with lisle topB, heels, soles and toes;
blue, pink and black; 75c the pair.
Women's 60c full silk lined casluuere gloves
In sizes 6 Vi to 8 ",4 inclusive; brown, grey, navy
and black; 35c the pair. ,
Fowne's fl.50 P. K. gloves with Paris point
backs; black, white and all the staple shades;
all sizes, Friday, f 1.10 the pair.
men s and Women's Slippers UnderpricedA Special Purchase
tells a- story of much money saved to Christmas shoppers, for a man and a woman
always needs another pair of slippers. We have displayed them on special racks to make
the choosing easier. There are about 2,500 pairs in various styles to go at following prices :
arb SJ 9 B SB m m .
Kach iVo. tour-About 200 pairs, $2.00.
Rack No. FiveBrown, grey, red and
black fur trimmed slippers, for women,
while they last, $1.25.
Rack No. OneTan and black slippers in
opera and Everett styles. 98c.
Rack No. Two-About 500 pairs. $1.25.
Rack No. Three-A bout 400 pairs, $1.50.
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Dinner Ware of all
Kinds at 20 Less
It'a a rare opportunity for
you to replenish your supply or
buy an entire new sot. Over
100 patterns for you to choose
. Austrian China
English Earthern Ware
Domestic Earthern Ware
I2.&0 nickel plated copper coffoa
fois wiin won meuu trim
ti a. silver finished tnalda.ai.aa
f 1.71 nickel plated coppor Us kit
f 1 71 oak finished, lb. four
&.! trays suitable for dens or
raaaeroica with s liter hol.i-
" ' -!
lcksl finished charing
i 4 i.ii.!k1n f ,w
Ujim it U rtia-aura 9l4
.AC.dlcI platc4 faocy trays. 1M
FRIDAY & SATURDAY
Are Cut Price Days in The
Big Pure Food Grocery -:-
24-tu. wet "Queen of
Pantry" pastry flour
and 40 stamps. . .9136
flour special offer of
a sack at... 91 -BO
6-1 b. call li. C. baking
powder and 100 e'p.
fur 91 OO
Bennett's Bait coffee
and v btauips, lb., So
t lba Bennett's Beet
coffee and tit) stps., SI
Assorted teas and H
etaimirt. lb Se
Assorted teas and
staiupa, lb. ..
Tea siftinga and
SBo settle Baliaara
0o eaa DallaeVa first
okotga) saaaAreojaa. Bfto
Large Jar peanut but
ter and 10 sianipa. SS
SuloWs oatsup and IB
siaiupk botii. . . . -BSo
S"ull Cretan cheeao ad
10 atainp. lb tsto
Medium site bottle
Ualllaru s pure olive
ol 1 and ft t) m 1 jk.il Tim. 4Aa
Candlex peel, assorted
ana iv aiauips, to., as
I cans Bennett's whole
tomatoes and 10
S cans Bennett's hulled
beeus with chicken
ejid 10 atamps. . . .aso
I pkga Bennett's Capi
tol iiilnceitieat and 10
Salad mustard and 10
stamps. Jar lOe
9 lba. To Jap rice for aso
t cans Country Gentle
man corn and 10
2 -lb. pkgs. Bennett's
C apttol pancake flour
and rolled oats, with
10 stamps loo
Largo can Sntder'a
pork and bana auu 0
1-lb. can B. C. baking
powder and to
stamps a to
Helm sauer kraut and
pork, with 10 stamps,
I lbs. cleaned currants
and 10 stamps 8 So
It u's Touriul and Gra
ham crackers. wltl 10
atamps, pkg lOo
Len.un cak fresh oia la.
A Grocery Money-Saver for Friday
and Saturday s Selling
T lbs. granulated augar for X5c
1 bottle B. C. extracts for 18c
1 package seeded raisins I
14b. cleanej currants. . . (
tt-lb. candied peel at 13c
1 basket bottle Calllard's olive
oil for 25c
fur Vrtday aa4
The Last Days of Our Great
December Clearing Sale
Just think of what you can save if you buy your
Xmas presents here. Read the prices carefully.
Can you beat that?
RAPHAEL-PREP CO., 13lh and Farnan
85c $1.48 $1.69 11.89 i? Price
For Men's Tor Lndles' For Men's For Ladles' For all the
heavy All Wool Shoes In Shoes, any Ladles',
fleeced Sweater dress and Ityle, dress Mtsapn' and
Union Suits Coats, good work, all or every Chll-
of the stvles and stvlea, tan day wear, iren's Hats
Oneta mills, colors, and blark, worth, up loft In
worth' l..r.0. worth IJ.no. worth $3.00. to 13.50. stock.
$9.45 39c 98c 5c i Price
for Ladles' Kor Mens For For Chll- For all of
Ki taUL'iV.h ,lne,, (51ove" Men's RUff dren's Hose. the Willow
Coats and Mittens. Hats. faat black. Plumes In
worth 115. worth 7ac worth 92.00. worth 120. our stock.
6c $6.50 $1.85 79c 69c
For I .allies' For Men's Kor Men's Tailored For Boys'
Handker- elegttnt Beautiful white and Shoes, odds
chiefs, make Over- Fancy grey flannel and ends,
worth :oats, worth Vests uhlrt waists worth
124c, 15. Jl;S0. worth $3.00. worth $1.50. $2.50 a pair.
$1.79 25c I 15c $8.95 79c
For silk For Infants' I For Infants' For Men's For Ladles'
Waists, All Wool I and chll- and Heavy Cot
Black and (Sweater Q dren's Young ton Bath
colored; all Coats, I knitted' Men's robes, also
size pretlv I raps, sliawlfl Pults. All Crepe
worth collar, hlch I or children's Pure Wool Kimonos,
tip to $1.00. neck, worth I petticoatx, and wortlt worth
50c. A worth 50c. $16.50. to $1.50.
95c $4.95 29c $5.95 $11.75
Will buy For Fur For Ladles' For Ladles' For Men's
Men's All Hets of Outing fcna Misses' Overcoats
Wool French Flannel foracnl ,.f 1".
Sweater Coney, Night 1 arac"1 lilghest
Coats. Usu- very large Oown. Full woats. Lsu- grade tall
ally sells collar and sizes, good ally sells orlng and
Tor $2, $3.50. muff. Set, flannel. for $9.00 material,
$4.95. worth tiOc: and $10.00. worth $22.50.
65c $6.95 $4.95 I $1.89 $11.95
For Men's For Ladies' For Ladles' For Fur For Men's
Sweater Tailor Silk, Serge Sets, black Suits of the
Coats In Made Suits. and Cordu- or brown, finest cloth
brown, gray Bold Keg. roy Dresses, that would and make,
and red. value. worth up Bell regu- worth'
worth $1.50. M2.50,$l3.S5 to $11. Op. larly $3.50. $22.50.
25c $1.59 -S1.15 45c 39c
For Ladles' For Little For Ladles' For Men's For Ladles'
ind Misses' dents' Suits Shoes, tan. Dress Sweater
3olf Gloves, In light vclour, kid. Shirts, coat roats, gray
assorted and dark patent style, pretty or red, uu-
colors, shades leather, etc., light shade, ally sells
worth 50c. worth $3.00. worth $2.00. worth 75c. at $1.00.
45c "'"liU 48c 67c 85c
For Velvet For Chll- For Ladies' For Men's Kor Men's'
Hand Bags . dren's Kid Gloves, All Wool Shirts in
and Leather Coats, Black, Under- assorted
Hand Hags, all kinds of Brown and wear colors "
worth materials Grey, worth Samples, flannel,
up to $1.00. and styles. $1.00. worth $1.50. worth $1.50.
7c 17c 3c 39 c nts
For Men's For Phenlx For Ladles' Will buy combination
Silk Neck- Mufflers, Handker- hnlidav hnx of ausnen
wear, four- black or chiefs. noilaay OOX Ol Buspen-
ln-hand, white. worth lers, arm bands and Hose
worth 25c. worth 50c. 6c and 'To. supporters worth 75c.
WHOLESALE AND REATAIL
Cor. 13th & Farnsm. The Store for the People.
Causes of Tvoewriter Noise
A writer in a recent publication, divided type
writer noise, i. e, that referring to the typewriter
itself, like old Gaul, into three parts.
First, that produced by the spacing mechanism.
Second, that produced by the impact of the type
against the platen.
Third, that produced by the shifting of the car
riage to make capitals.
An analysis of these divisions, with reference to
the "Smith Premier," discloses:
As to the first (the noise produced by the spacing
mechanism) the Smith Premier is as quiet, if not
more quiet, than any.
ys to the second (the noise produced by the im
pact of the type against the platen) it is less on
the Smith Premier than on any other, because the
Smith Premier prints with a high speed, light
weight, singlo type bar, against a platen, firmly
supported in a rigid carriage.
As to the third (that produced by the shifting
of the carriage, or basket, to make capitals)
there is no such noise on the Smith Premier, be
cause it has no shift.
Come into our office or send for our man to go to your of
fice and have a demonstration. You are entitled to knowledge about
this machine you may have it, too, without danger of repeated
doses until you become sorry you Inquired. We don't "harass."
The Smith Premier Typewriter Co.
19th and Douglas Sts.
II :H 7 f -8S7-SS Slunul Ave. I
NiJJjej I Both raoaaa I
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