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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 16, 1911)
THE BKK: OMAIFA. RATfTTOAY, DECEMBER 16. 1911
Shop at Brandeis Stores Where the Varieties are Greater,
the Aisles Wider, the Air Better, the Bargains Bigger.
Jit to tSi
, inn ,i i.BWMMnag"jawitsi sjsi i isniaj iiiiMiaispaBEg,i
Gifts of Fine Handkerchiefs
Women's and men's plain
hemstitched sheer linen hand
kerchiefs, fiuo Swiss embroid
ered, hand embroidered initials
vour first name embroidered
in full, real Armenian, real cro
chet, real Priucess and real
Duchess laco borders; also
many styles put up in fancy
boxes; at, each
Dainty net, lace and embroidered
fichus: Dutch and sailor collars, in
, crochet ana Ventse effects; coat nets, fancy ftr PAC AOfi
lare jabots,. side frills, cascades, ribbon nov- MX
cities, etc. a big lots, at UU uv
Finest kid, and lambskin gloves In all
shades and lengths for street and evening '
wear all the best makes.
Long Gloves, at, pair ..$2.75 to $3.75
" 2 and 3-clasp Gloves, at, pair $1.25 to 53
Women's Street Gloves One and two clasps,
Mocha and cape gloves; black, brown, grey
and white; Nortbrup and Perrln makes,
at, pair 31.25 nd 81.75
Special 011 ItnrRaln Square 2-c.lasp kid
' gloves, In black, white and colors, worth
-$1 a pair, at, pair qq
JIHget Gloves for Boys and Girls at 1-1.25
Kid, Cape and 'Mocha Gloves, unllned, silk lined and fleece lined
Christmas.' Boxes free .lor Gift Gloves. .
GIFTS OF SILK HOSIERY
Alt silk wide hem tops, wide
lisle garter tops, lisle soles,
heels and toes, embroidered
boot patterns; including Kay
ser and McCullum makes.
Worth up to $1.50, pr. 98
Women's I'ure Thread HUk
Hoot Hosiery Wide lisle
garter tops, lisle soles, double
heels and toes; worth 60o a
pair, at pair 8.V; 3 palra
Women's Pure Thread 811k
Hosiery Fancy silk em
broidered boot patterns, wide
lisle garter tops, lisle soles,
double heels and toes; black
and fancy colors; worth $1.25,
t. pair Q8
..Women's Imported Lisle hilk
Finished and Cotton Hosiery
Fleecy lined and cashmere,
wqrth 60c a pair, at pr. 25
WHY NOT MAKE IT A
Buy a "Victrola" here to the
best advantage. , "We show ev
ery model and every finish at
rTp I $200.00, $150.00, at $100.00,' at
cuu. Bwica upon scores
of people will present their
homes with this most modern
when it becomes known that we offer genuine
ITornless" 'Vi'clrolas at as little as only .
Cosiest talking Machine Parlors In the outlre west in nrandels
Protestant Organizations Unite in
Coniolidatinj and Expending.
flrtTtiTrn tTT sura iptt t tirfl rvr
1 ! MUsloa Coaartl, Comrlilig
lrealacat Uci freaa Eaat, Meet a
Ih lkl CUr Ms-aslay .!.
lar Kvealas Meettsja;.
Home Mission Council, on Inter
tlciiuiuhiationa.1 body ; (rqnpod of aecre
tjne uC twenty-two i'rolKUut churches
who are making a "neglected field eer
ey" of tl uountiy. will hold a confer
nc In Omaha Monday lm session at
ill Young Men' Christian- association
lfc'ii:ulil st in the morning and i
Iri tli afternoon. A popular nisctlng will
lo held In tli evening beginning at'
o'clock at tb Young Women Christian
jissoclalkjB, to which . every I'roteataut
Lurch lu tl city has been asked 'to
tend ut least ten or twenty men and
women a delegate.
TUe pi Hue (lurpoa or these voutfnixM,
which r bing beld la ill important
western citlea, U to correct win1 la called
"overchurcblng" prol.Um a well a
'" ut "undercliurcblng." Wbr field
are crowded ' with weuk rhi,..K
olldatlon ar favored, one denomination
giving way to another, and wher flddj
are inadequately aupplled provUlon U
...w mint or recommended. Th idea
is to avoid duplicating, overlapping and
conflicting of energies and effort t-t-tween
tb varlou denomination. A
on of th .eeretarle exprcaae It In a
letter "Vou will ob.erv, that t. pre.ent
Kort la con.tructlv and porttlv. while
heretofore mot of the effort lia been
negative and inhlbltive."
Leading ecretarlra from New York and
elaewhere representing twenty-two de
nomination of the Federated 'Churcli4
of America will be here. They are mak
tng a tour of the country. They will
rach Omaha Saturday evening from To
peka ond will hav, headuuarter at th
Hotel llouie. -
Among th prominent men coming are:
Dr. V. C. Barne. eld retary of th
American Baptln Home lle.tJkary o
ctety; Vr. Hubert C. Harrli,.. general
ecretary of . the . Congregational Home
Mlwlonary aodety and former pa.tor of
th Firat CongregationaJ church of thle
city; Ir. VNa.1 1 otb
Methodtat boa, a and toted writer
home mlnalon aubject; Ir. I. N. alcCanh
aecretary of tb American Chrlatian U.J.
lonary aodetyj Joph KautH McAfee,
Xmas Gifts for Ulen and Boys
Combination Ket of Hilk Tie and How to
Silk Tien anil Knit Tlrs, one in fancy box,
An All Woo! Sweater or Hweater Coat
A pair of Fur Gloves 92.30,
Kireptional Hhoe values, at $3.00
Adlers' Drews Gloves tf4 ftft
at f 1.50 and $liUU
Fine Dresa Klilrtn at 91.50 nfl
Fxrellent Trousers (10
9A.OO to .OliwU
Silk Mufflers Cft
92.50 to .... wUU
uciJvcawB 0Uits iUiU UVercoaiS X. SultCases.
for men who favor moderate nrices. X
No store can equal our splendid show
ing of hand tailored Suits aad Overcoats.
at prices that are really moderate espe
Hoys' Suits with
extra pants to
$4.93 to L
$5 AND $4
Just n week ao we adopted our new policy of
"$3.00 for every slioe on our Main Floor."
Omaha women realized at once what that meant
all the swagger $5.00 and $4.00 styles. that have
made this store famous,'nbw being sold at a popular
price and. the Increased volume of business in this
Hhort space of time is phenomenal.
And remember, this change is a permanent one.
Just $3.00 no more from now on. See the shoes
in our windows. ,. ;
No Chocs Charged or Delivered
t We just can't do it profits are too small, dose fig
uring is necessary in order to give you thei values.
Neither can we make any "exchanges" on Saturdays. Yon
will overlook this when you see what values we are giving.
322 Coutrf Sixteenth SfT
A Big Display of Xmas Slippers In Our "Bargain Basement"
Hoyden Bros.' 7eat Dept.
Another Advance in Prices
But we still sell at lower prices than ever.
Pork If oast - .7VV
Hulk Sausage ,. 5
Hindquarters Mutton, pound (
Forequarters Mutton, pound; 5.
Mutton Chops, 3 pounds for 25c
Mutton Stew, 12 lbs. . ; . .25c
Sirloin Steak ;'. ..10c
I'ot llonst. , 8c,7e, G
lioiling Beef, 5 lbs 25c
Veal Steak .15c
Veal Chops 1211-0 and'lOc
Veal lfoast , gt.
Veal Slew, 5 pounds for.-. ..... r 25c
Bacon Strips, pound ' 10c
Lean Bacon , 4 12' C
No. 1 Hams, pound 12Vt
Picnic Hams ". 10c
10 lbs. (1 round Bone 25c
llaydcn Bros.' T.leat BepL
aecrctary of the Freabytvrlau board, aud
KUld workers from all over the slate
will be here Monday to take part in the
conference. Some of the subjects to be
diai-ueaed are: "Neglected Klelda In the
Country." "Neglected Fields In the Small
Towna," "I'nmet Needa Among Foreign
era In Omaha and Nebraaka," "Unmet
Needa In tioctai MlnUtry," "Neglected
Ulstrtcta In Omaha." "Neglected Hubur
ban District." There will be a free dl
cusalon of these and other queatlona.
GRAFF DOES NOT FAVOR
SCHOOLS FOR DANCES
While not condemning the action of the
Chicago Hoard ot KUucatlon In opening
Iwo school to dunce Superintendent ki.
l Oraff of Omaha Iwllevea this city 1
not yet ready for auch a move. Aa to
Incorporating dancing lu the curriculum,
Hupeilntfiidint UraK ha hi doubt aa to
Ita practicability and efficiency and would
It tried In other than Omaha echool.
Tha Chicago plan la to open th achools
to all boy and girl In the neighborhood,
whether they ai atudnnt or notA The
Idea la to make the school a "'1
center" and thi to help eradicate IHe
public dauce hall evlL Milwaukee I4
anctloned the plan and will make it a
feature in U12
"One thing Chicago ha." aald Superin
tendent Gruff, "ahlch I think I com
mendable. That 1 parent' organlaation.
Tha member of thla organization meet
to co-operaU with the achool author
Itlea and hold luncheons and enUrtuln
menta which have been very aut-ceaaful.
HEADS OF DEPARTMENTS
TO' HAVE NEW OFFICES
The Uth floor of th city hall la being
fitted up for officea for the heaa of the
varlou departmenta of public Instruction.
Superintendent of drawing, mualo. a
k1 slant vupertntendent of nude, manual
training athletic, trainers, writing and
kindergarten will each have an office.
Tb inova wa atarted by the Hoard of
Kducatlon, which will meet the axperuiea,
and la designed to bring the educational
organisation of the city to a Jilgher atate
of efficiency by systematic oo-operatloo.
Tke Glad llss
1 aeeo when liver Inaction and bowe4
stappage fliea before Pr. King's New
Lit rill, the eay regulator. 3b ct. fur
aala by Beaton Drug Co.
Key to tha tnluaUuiv-lie A4vertilog
Here's a mighty good proposition for men who ap
preciate quality and a good round saving of over 25.
Mid-Season purchases of Hart, Schaffncr & Marx'
$27.00, $25J00 and $22.50
Overcoats at . .
There's a distinct advantage in buying clothes of a
national reputationstandard merchandise where manip
ulation is out of the question. Most men know the
high standard and superior merit of the Hart, Schaffner
& Marx clothes and no further talk on quality is nec
essary." No matter what your idea of style, cut or model
in a Winter Suit or Overcoat is, you can find it in
HAYDEN'S "WONDER" CLOTHES AT
$14.50 invested in a Ilayden "Wonder"
Suit or Overcoat gives you style, quality
and satisfaction that cannot be duplicated
elsewhere under $18.00, and in most places
under $20.00. We would like mighty well
to show you the points of merit contained
in the Ilayden " Wonder" clothes at $14.50.
At $10.75 ,
we give you the pick of over 700 Suits and
Overcoats all ' the prevailing colors and
weaves and all shapes for stout men, short
men, slim men and regular men Overcoats
in black and fancy weaves, cutmedium and
long, convertible collars, big, roomy, swag
ger models many of them waterproof and
let us say to you, every garment we offer
in this collection guaranteed strictly all
Removal Ssole Bargains
Cut Glass Must Go
Our entire line of CUT GLABS must be dis
posed of before Xmas. The prices have already
been reduced and now we have made another
big cut. VVe must not move a single piece of
glass to our new location.
These are your bargains. Don't fail . to see
them today, for they don't last long at these
VV. Lindsay, Jeweler
1 ' lOiO Dou( as Street.
Saturday is School Day and last day of this great
All exhibits remain intact until 10:30 P. M.
See this great Sheep and Wool Exposition Today
or Tonight Instructive Entertaining.
Don't fail to bring the young folks. Hear the band.
See the Pictures. Admission, Adults 2oc; Children 10c.
REMEMBER That the
Shoes and Slippers that you
buy v at this store are high
grade, late style, reliable goods
and cost no i&ore thsn others.
Men's Opera Slippers in tan,
black and chocolate, 91.00 to
Meu's Romeo Slippers. 41.50
Boys' and Youths' Slippers,
Ladles' Felt Slippers and
Fur trimmed Romeos, 91 to 92.
Ladles' Kid and Patent
Leather Slippers. 91-50 to 9'J.
A splendid line of Ladles'
and Men's Ureas Shoes in v all
the latest styles at popular
16th and Douglas 8U.
Phont)! Douglas 484. I0& A14
Matinee Today 2:15
Note: Early Curtain Saturday
Night, 8:15 Sharp.
"OMAHA'S) TV CStTTZB-
HARRY HASTINGS EIQ SHOW
BXTATAOAJiA ASO T1UOITIXL1
Vloia Bheldon. Coloiaiura Soprano- TtZ
Beauurul Uallet ot Flowera, Top Notch
Veek-Choiua of 8prliiK Imbi
baolaf Dim Mati&ea Wenr Weak a.
Sun. & Wk: Hilly -Sliding- Watson
Uauaaa Xoday 8:30, Might 8:30
est aaata 6O0
"Tha 1-aat 8bow"
Beautiful Souvenir to the Ladles
at Dally Dune Manure.
MATHVM CQlTTEaT, Friday mrht.
There's nothing you could
give the boys for Christmas
that will eult them better or
be more appreciated and use
ful than a pair of Drexel's
For winter wear and out
door Sports no other Shoes on
the market will give the satis
faction that you get out of a
pair of our boys'
HTEEL SHOD SHOES
Boys' sizes, 2 hi to 6
Youths sizes, 1 to 2, 2.25
Little Gents' sizes, 10 to 13,
Hoys' Storm Shoes They
are extra heavy soles, high
tops, ... common sense lasts,
strong and durable black
1410 Farnam Street.
Toala-hl Mats. Tuea, Taux, Bat.
Frleea, 8 bo Oaly.
MISS ZTA X.AHO and tba
VOODW1SS STOCK COKCPAJTT U
-MUM OSIAT af-ATCJt."
eat Weak The Ltinhlir Suooaaa.
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scat, toaay 8tc-txu. Toairnt ssa-Sl.
Isfl M08I0AI. HAT
THB SIWLTWCfil An Taal
Btey top' Feople TS Qlris.
A Merry Christina nff.nn.
Gash Basis No Credit
Is the secret of the wide popularity
of Bath'a Market. No credit meant
no loss from bad accounts, no ex
pense of bookkeeping-, collecting-, to
be made up by substituting- Inferior
quality. We pay cabh for our meat
and groceries and sell for cash and
no delivery. Thats why. we can aell
only choice goods for the same price
or less than we would have to
charge for Inferior meats and gro
rerles If we conducted a credit bus
iness like other dealers.
OTTB XXZTD Or OHICKXJT.
We buy only live ones Lest qual
ity nd dretia them and keep them
In dry cold air, free from Ice water.
When you buy -chickens from us
you get only tha choicest chicken
that retain their pure, clean, natural
flavor, (iive us one trial and see the
Jos. Bath's Gash Market
1931 rarnam at.
Our Latest Creation
None Better at Anj 1'rlce. Sold
In 1 and 2 found Koxea. Only
Price Oc and 91.00.
If by Mail il.OO and 92.00.
Mysrs-Dilion Drug Co,
16th and Farnam Sts,t
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