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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: JANUARY 28, 1912.
Announce for Monday and All This Week a Notable Showing of the
New Spring Wash Goods, Silks, Dress Goods and Embroideries
The New Embroideries AT VERY SPECIAL PRICES I New Ginghams for Spring
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A notable special purchase wide embroideries that
thousands have admired in our 16th 6treet windows.
43-inch fine Swiss and batiste embroidered skirtings, ele
gant new 1912 designs in English eyelet, floral, C"l 39
blind relief and new combination effects; ac- P I
tually worth up to $2 a yd., at, yard -1-
27-IXCn FIXE EilBKOIDERED FLOUNCIXGS
Swiss and batiste, in Irish crochet, Baby Irish; also com
bination Japanese and crochet effects; 20 beautifulrn
designs to select from. Worth $1 a yard, at, yard. .OL
75c WIDE EMBROIDERIES AT 39c YD.
27-inch fine Swiss and batiste embroidered flouncing, in
dainty English eyelet, blind relief and new combination
effects. Big bargain square piled high with new OQn
embroideries; worth up to 75c yard, at, yard
CORSET COVER EMBROIDERIES ,
Also medium and wide edges, very effective designs on
fine nainsook and cambrio fabrics; many worth op to
25c a yard. Bargain square piled high with real 1 r
values, at, yard
New Trimming Laces Bands All Overs Nettings
Monday we show complete assortments of high class
novelties. Point Venise, Point do Flandres," Point Milan,
Irish crochet, Baby Irish effects, new shadow effects.
Also gold and silver Bands and Allovers, new crystal,
gold and jet beaded net tunics all at very Bpecial prices.
Brandeis Sttrts are always first to present the eorrtcl stales for each new season. For
the coming usek w hats assemblti thT fashionable 1918 fabric for an early
shewing. This first glimpse of the really new spring goeds will
delight every woman who views it-
New Tailored Suits for Spring
We have been unusually fortunate' this season in as
sembling s splendid assortment of authentio styles in
women's tailored suits for spring which we present in ad
vance of the regular season. These suits are so stunning
In style character and so smart in their designing that you,
are certain to be charmed with this showing. It's your
initial glimpse of spring's newest apparel. The fabrics
and colors reveal many extreme novelties.
. 50c FANCY VOILES AT 25c YD.
On Basement Bargain Square
Immense assortment of beautiful silk stripe voiles, a fab
. rio highly recommended for
its wearing qualities. These
voiles are shown here in all
tho wanted shades at the
popular price of, OCV
Imported Cotton and Linen Fabrics for Spring
ON OTO MAIN FLOORS-SILK AISLE.
'-High character imported early spring and summer cotton and linen fabrics. Exclu-'
sive patterns, extreme novelties, bordure voiles - and . Marquise, Efleure voiles and
voile Messidor, confided to us for this season. Main floor, Cfi a.- M QLT
ailk aisle special price, yard ....OUC 10 pXe'0
Specialties in Tine Wash Fabrics
Durbar and Himalaya , Bolting, at,
yard " 25
6Uk Strip Irish Popllas, at yd. 29g
Lamina Tissues, at yard 25
Wn. Anderson's Zephyr Ginghams, at
yard 25 29
.'Jacquard Bilks, at yard -39
Fleur da Sola Voiles, a now fabric at
Bengalis Glace, at yard "25
AU n Inobaa wide.
(7 pieces of a regu
lar SOe Silk Strip
Votl In 18 diner
nothing Ilk it'
ever shown at till
" price, yard
Exclusive Bordered Voile
Only 55; the quantity Is 11m- f 7 rr
lted. For Monday, at each . .31
NEW SPRING WASH FABRICS
Main Floor Bargain Square
Entirely new atlk and cotton, mercer
lted cotton and linen dress fabrics,
jacquard novelties, 40-inch voiles,
priced, at yard . . . 25c to 35c
' . 'Extraordinary Special Purchase of Dress Silks
Bought at Auction from Stock of L. and E. STIRN, 489 Broome St, New York.
Silks on Two Big Bajain Squares Monday at 29o and 39c a Yard.
Our New York buyer secured some of the choicest lota of these new silks at
one-third less than regular wholesale price. The sale begins Monday.
Exactly 18,750 yards of these silks in silk poplins, foulards (
and fancy dress waist
messalines on 2 great
f these silks in silk poplins, foulards ff Oia
sting silks, hairline and pencil stripe fAf- "QC
it bargain squares, at, yard LJJs JJs
Brandelx New Arrivals in Exclusive Patterns of Bordure Foulards
Shower proof foulards, mostly 16-Inch and 42 Inches wide, requiring only t yards to a gown.
1111 newest foulards; Bordure Centrical, Bordure Ranersable, Fleur de Sole, Filet, Macrame, Sou
tache, eyelet Venlie. SUmols. 41-Inch width, at yard $1.35 to LS6; 16-Inch width, at yard Sc
Valentine's Well Known Waterproof Foul
ards, 24 inches wide, at 69o Yard
The patterns are the latest 1111 ideas, all sorts
of geometrical and cameo designs, dots, - rings.
many stripes, 1 and 1 tone Jardiniere ( TQ
The Popular Yard Wide Silks for Early
Spring, at $1.00 a Yard
Stripes from of sn inch to 1 Inches, in vsr
ious navies, browns, Copenhagen blue . with
green , blue and Copenhagen, black and Q 1
white, and brown and white, at yd. ...... 41
and small figured patterns, at yd.
J- Advance Showing of Spring 1912 Dress Goods
Mostly 60 and S4-lnch materials.
Whipcords are- leading, 1 ton
effects In a wide wale, 64 Inches
wide; also nobby Scotch effects,
44 and 24-tnch Oostnin serges,
shrank at yd. 79c to $1
Popular priced dress goods on
bargain squares 31 to 60-Inch
suitings and wool fabrics
of many kinds, at yd. . ..
Tailored Baitings All the newest
fancy stripes and plain colors,
The height of fashion.
wide wale serge, herring
bone stripes, eta at
rrd 85 to S2.50
1 AU Wool w-lneh Crem
Serge, at yard 794
ON SALE IN BASEMENT
American made and foreign ginghams that are sold all over
the world. In this great assortment of styles and colorings
you will find ginghams suitable for every occasion for
women and children. Made from the finest selected
combed yarns obtainable. The yarns are dyed before
weaving, so that the patterns are woven right into the
fabric. For this reason we can warrant every yard of
gingham in our newly enlarged gingham department in
the basement to be absolutely fast in color. See the beau
tiful, new designs for spring, at,
. 10c, 12c, 15c and 25c Yd
Attractive New Goods in Basement
We .have received many new patterns in the ever desirable
Serpentine Crepe. They will make pretty 1 O
kimonos for eprimr. at. yard IOC
Ask for the new SC-tnoh Manchester Cloth dots, stripes
figures, checks, eta, on light and dark grounds. On sale
In the drees percale department, at yard
New Llsle Tissues on Bargain Square The checks and stripes
rery attractive. These tissues arel the most desirable of
.all sheer materials; sells regularly at 25c yard. New lot
Monday, a yard
Two Special Basement Bargains
Fancy' White Goods at 7 He yd,
Here sure white goods suitable for
waistl. children's wear, dresses,
promt; many styles suitable for
draper 7 purposes. Fancy whit
lawns, dimities, batistes, Swisses,
eta A large assortment was oa
display In oar Douglas street
window. I. 6. S and 10
at yard , ....
Scotch and chambray ginghams.
nurse stripe ginghams and desir
able seersucker stripe ginghams
for bouse dresses. This cloth
is without an equal - for bora'
waists and school dresses; also
very desirable for making petti
coats. Perfect mill lengtna,
will go on sale,
Niivw Linens Specially Priced
Colored MaiiMlle Spreads
Large else, trlnged Marseilles
Bed Spread k. cat corners;
warranted fas (colors; CI QO
$4 values, at JJA.yU
Bath Rugs at ' 69c Large site.
extra quality, all colors; Q
(4-inch Renaissance Lace Cloths
(Best grade of band made ren
aissance table covers, shown In
the newest and prettiest pat
terns; our 15 cloths,
1x1 H pattern Cloths at $1.50
Double satin damask pattern
cloths, 1x1 ft yards, extra neavr,
Embroidered Dresser Scarfs at
8o Beautiful all linen Cluny
lace edge embroidered QQ
scarfs; I1.S8 values, st ,.OC
t laundering ff) Cfi
$4 Talues, at ..!.- V
seU reg. up to Q-Jt. st.
Luncheon Sets VW fine quality
satin damask c.9th. MxSt-lnca,
with napkins to ' mstoh. all scal
loped edges: wide range of
beautiful patterns: 15
Talues, at, set ......
15o large alze, full 1 leached Turkish bath towds, at. each
Advanced tiprlng 8h -wing of the Pop
ular and etscluaive
Made In the most si (tractive models
and fabrics. Prices range from
13.B0 and up. '
ilffiLY REALESTATE GOSSIP
Saitingi Eeyden Plan to BuQd
! - Smdred Hornet Tbii Tear.
( WESTERS VUt Will VTSTT HEM
; tssMi raUle sale la Osaka Vaa-
Say, la Walra Tamil H. Ma-
Caaraa Will sU Bthtr
Three Old BalUtasa.
' On huadnd beoaea, to be completed
' hr Aosnst sad sold this year, are planned
bf Hsatlno Haraden. Thy wlU be
i aeattarad around the city on some of the
SOS l H tots owned sad controlled by
Ik Orm, Work ea taa of these bouses, to
eost tram . ie IU0S each. wUl be bs-
' sroa tajs weak. Five wlU ba st Twenty
.seventh and Wool worth avenue, and tha
remainder at Thirty-first and Ames, and
, Tblrty-Hrrt sad Meredith.
Xast yeer Hasttas Heydsn erected
sad sold torty-savea aoasea. One year
! they built ferty sad another year seventy.
. The Baal Estate exohanf has decided
' set to spend as on a relief mas of Omaha
te be ei MWtad at tha national realty
'cenvantloa at Louisville, but Instead It
vrfll spend the money la eatertainhig the
' westers real estate man, whe wlU stop
la Omaha Beat eummer ea their way to
' the oooTuUen. The exchanse deddad last
weak that audi entartahunent would be
sxosUeat advartlsemant for Omaha.
A i as It Ins appointed by President
kioTtoa of the Baal Estate exchans to
natt reeommendatlona as to the advise
kOlty. eMrakUtty and prebabluty ot at
tatmnc a system of exolnstve listing, has
so far been enable to asree ea a alnfle
teeoaimendatlea. Mem tor of the eommiu
tae have beea Instructed to report eepar
rately. If they cannot renort eeUeetlvalv
and the exrhsngs will debate the separate
The blstest nubile sale of eld bosses
ever held In Omaha will be started by
Thomas K. MoCasue Monday morning at
W:k) at lost South Eighteenth street. He
will sell eighty-three dwellings and other
buSdlngs, now situated oa the Bock
Island terminals, the Great Western ter
minals and the (round which the school
board has bought for playgrounds, ad
Joining the Vinton school,
M. X- Susannas has sold bis house snd
lot en Nineteenth street between Leav
enworth and Bt. Mary's avenue to George
Cosnuu for IMOQ.
Dr. R. L Burrell has sold bis ten-room
house and two lots at US North Twenty-
sixth street to the Allen Bros. Realty
company for 110.000. Dr. Burrell will go
to California soon to bra
Discussion at the convention of county
treasure! s In Omaha last week revealed
the fact that la all eounties of the state
the new mortgage tax law has the ef
fect of compelling the owner of mort
gaged land to pay the tax oa bis equity
la the land and also ea the mortgage,
for the seller of the land - puta la the
mortgage a clause by which the buyer
agrees to pay the mortgage tax.
C. F. Harrison of the Omaha Baal Es
tate exchange has the following te say
ta the current number f the National
Real Estate Journal regarding the curb
stone broker "evil" In Omaha:
"It has beea very difficult hi Oma'ta
te get ear organisation te go oa reoerd
against what are called curbstone brok
ers. In tact, some of our leading real
estate men, I think, deal with men who
are not la the business, snd for that
reason do not wlsb te have the curbstone
man eliminated. '
Frequently when a firm Is laying oat
an addition. Instead of paying tho regu
lar agents a commission to help seU their
ground, the agents get soma local people
who buy lots to bring la other buyers
and receive compensation for bringing
these further buyers te them. These
men who bring In buyers snd get com
pensation for It are nothing more or lees
than curoetone brokers, although they
may not do any further business than
what Is done by them m helping to seU
tMs particular addition. I suppose there
Is a way to bar this kind of asslstaaos
when an agent Is putting an addition ea
the market and wishes ail the assistance
of every kind be can get to sell his prop
erty. "I see no difference, however, between
men who are paid for assisting In selling
out an addition and the curbstone man
who simply picks up a customer oa the
street and calls at an agent's office snd
sets compensation far K. It naturally
takes that compensation away from some
other agent who might get the same cus
tomer. However, tt Is possible that some
HberaMty In oompeismtlng parties bring.
ing In purchasers tends to Increase the
business. At any rate, that la the way
seme of our brokers seem to look st the
Harry 'Wolf, of the firm of Boblnson
A Wolf, has leased a suite of rooms at
4B-M Brand els buUdlrg, where he will
conduct a general real estate. Insurance
and rental business after February L
oarry won Is ene of the younger set
of real aetata men la the dtr. He has
made a successful study of real estate
values and la considered an authority oa
looal realty Investments among the Real
Estate Exchange members. '
RAILROADS MEALING CARS
Empty Freipht Car ii Safe Xowhere
Around Thia City.
6EAI5 KT7ST BE MOVED AT 05CE
Dellverie Feme Bamda te
aws Actio te Take Case
f That Oaatca
car. the engine backed In en the switch
of snot oar road, hitched onto tho car and
In half aa hour had It oa aa elevator
siding, where It was being filled with
grain. Aa hour later, with other cars,
this particular one was moving out of
town, while the road that owned and
had promised the ear had Its men hunt
ing ail ever Uiei different switch yards,
looking tor and trying to locate It, that
it might be loaded for a customer.
Wb srttnsrB sfttBsltWt
Honored by Women
i speaks of her
sssrst ecseriag she
see. Millions here be-
asark ei aoca.
eace ea Dr. R. V. Pierce,
oj BaCata, PI. X. Kvsry.
waers there ere woavsa who
bear a Item to the woade.
werkiag, earis-pewer i Dr.
Pierce's Fsvorits Preeonptioc
--which saves the ssnaf aw
fnm Sate, sad etxceeefaUy
grapples with wesnaa's weak-
aesees sad answsra UU.
IT MAKES WEAK WOHEN STRONd
IT flAKES SICK WOMEN WELL.
No woesea't eppeel was ever eskdireeted or her eos
Bdcae auspleoed wbca she wrote tor advice,
the Woexo'l Dnramusr M sncaL AstcOATtoH, Dr.
E. V. Pierce, Presides, Buffalo, N. Y.
") assess ssay nil ulsewW an isist a .
I Bring Thee Nuts,
QuotfcCraf ty Fred
"I brought yot some huts, darling.
suoth Fred Baas, a visitor at the county
JeJl. as he attempted to pass a naser
bag containing something to Dora Banks,
who Is doing tea days tor vagrancy.
"l'U see those nuts first." Interruoted
County Jailer CahUI. whose sleuth In
stinct la pretty well developed. He took
the paper bag and peeped Is. They wen
sou sure enough. Cahlll drew cut ene
u l with the delicate touch of a squirrel
"hefted" It la the palm of Ms hand.
The nut ewe mad about a half grain short
ef weight and fas examined it sa
closely. The the truth became known.
The awt had beea halved and hollowed.
the veld tilled wtlh gum opium and the
shells glued to ether again.
Judge Faster gave Fred ninety days In
til for his cssverness.
la the chest require Quick treat-
meat. Take Dr. King's New Discovery
tor safe sad ears rettet. We, XLts. Tor
sals r crag Ce,
With the end ef January almost at
hand the freight oar question Is rapidly
becoming serious. It baa reached the
tags where the stealing of "empties",
icome a common practice. This
-teas nx of cars started a couple of
Thar Is act aa elevator la the city that
nas net sold largs quantities of grain for
January delivery. There a) a largo quan-
.ity of wheat that has been sold for de
Ivery ta Chicago sod Minneapolis, but
sy tar the greatest portion st the grain
-hat baa beea sold te go cut within the
next three er tour days is corn, consigned
to Bh Louis snd points farther south. It
estimated that la Omaha and Omaha
territory there are at least Me car at
com sold t be delivered la southern
points during the present month. But
hew to get the freight cars to mors it
to destination a the problem that Is agi
tating both elevator mea aad railroad
freight agents at this time.
It la said that la Omaha not lees than
can wars stolen by roads having ele
vators ca their Unas, set In on their eld-
tags and gotten ready for loading out to
night. There was ene case In particular.
where a road bad gathered up a string
of eighteen empties to be taken to a
Council Bluffs elevator to be leaded out
and sent oa their destination. During
the day, a switch engine at another road
ran onto the siding. Bitched onto tho cars
and pulled them over to Omaha, where
.hey arere turned over to another ele
rstor company and during the afternoon
loaded and soon sent on their way.
Among railroads there is s certain de
gree of courtesy, but la this emergency.
it does not count. la the Jobbing district,
it a oar loaded with merchandise Is set
in, a switching crew of the railroad own
ing the track on which the car is sitting.
runs a switch engine bp to the track and
aa eooa as the car Is unloaded. It Is
atlsked away to asm elevator oa the
road that la anxious to get the grain on
its way to soars et.
At the country towns, east and west of
Omaha, the situation to equally as bad
aa hero la the city, the only difference
being that at these places there la no way
by which the elevator men can secure
ears, all of them being take over by the
There was one Instance here In Omaha
bxi a switch engine of on road lead
Posted in All the
Local Dance Halls
Chief of Polio Donahue has had half
a hundred placards printed snd will post
i on each of the forty -seven dano
halls in th city. These cards forbid
"obnoxious sad degrading or Immoral
dances." Tb card reads:
"Notice Is hereby given that the follow.
Ing named dances are strictly prohibited
ULder penalty of arrest and prosecution
tor disorderly conduct: Moonlight dances,
ragging, mooching, turkey tret, grtaxly
r, Tsxaa tommy er Texas grind or
any other dance of like character. For all
dances tights must be kept bright
Dance hall proprietors hare beea hv
strueted to post th Instructions In a most
conspicuous place A few have already
compiled with the chiefs request and
others have signified their willingness to
post the placards oa the walls ef their
Are Good to Eat
Charles Crowley, gas commissioner snd
city chemist, has ruled that olives and
potatoes are not unfit food after being
frosen, although the flavor may have been
destroyed or Impaired.
This statement by Mr. Crowley followed
the examination of several Jar of high
grade olives that had. beea frozen. The
'flesh" hsd softened snd the flavor was
somewhat changed, but the food value of
the out was practically tb same.
Dr. R- W. ConnaU, of the city health
department, thinks the people should not
be Imposed apon by having frosen fruits
and vegetables sold them and so condemns
such frosen food a eooa as It Is dis
GETS FINE AND ORDER
TO CLEAN UP HIS DAIRY
A. F. And-rson, proprietor of the Pur
itan dairy at Sixtieth and Grover streets,
pleaded guilty to the charge of selling
adulterated milk la police court snd was
fined tie aad costs. Dairy Inspector Bossto
said the dairy was very unsanitary and
around three hears waiting for a car of Judas Foster gave Anderson forty-eight
ooal to be unloaded. As seaa as the last near to put his cows sad dairy ta a saa
aberelful ef coal was eat, ex .th Irebrt ttary eaadraon,
EXPERT JEWELERS ..BUNCOED
Convincing Saleunaa Unld idi Bojtu
Elks' Teeth on The to.
FEAUD DETECTED BY iEDHOLM
It la Lea aed that Tnere 1 Cas
gem la th Went that B taa
faetues the Teeth Oy it
wf Walra Tasks.
Several Omaha Jewelers hard been
neatly buncoed by a convincing I dtvtd
usl who sold them Urge qusntll ItW ef
bogus elks' teeth, representing thea to
be genuine. In fact, the teeth tors w
much like tho genuine that expert ve.1
puasled even after the severest test a at
been mad It was through th effor Is
of Albert EMholm that It was loarm fl
that the teeth were manufactured froi j
Tho mea who unloaded the teeth oa .thai I
Omaha Jewelers gave, the name of R. .C 1
Beyer of Lander, Wye He began open- 1
tlons la Omaha late la December seat 11
V.a fc.M, Mlllne hlM fMlh alMff
then. Among th dealers victimised by '
Borer are Reese. Brown. Lewis and Ed-
holm. Jeweler Roes bought VM worth
of th teeth.
Beyer orrered his goods st such ridicu
lously low prices that Mr. Bdhelm'a sus
picions were aroused. Be submitted tb
teeth to ether experts snd la almost
very Instiaos they were declared gen
uine. Be was persistent, though, and
learned la the end that there Is a com
pany la Beattl that manufactures the
teeth eat of walrus tasks. Mr. Ed holm
wrote as this company and got a reply to
the affect that be could buy all the bogus
teeth be wanted at cents apiece.
Th Jewelers who bars sold the manu
factured elk teeth assert that they will
refund nil money to people who have par
chased them. Some action will bo taken
to apprehend Boyer.
of Extorting Patrons
License Inspector Bchnelder Is oa th
warpath for th grafting expressman,
aad threatens to revoke Beans of all
who are caaght overcharging. Instance
of gross overcharges for work done tor
strangers the city have eome to Mr.
Schneider's attention and ha is making
Within a certain Umit th charge sn
expressman may make is fixed by ordi
nance at SO cents. Case where trunks
were hauled a distance well within the
limit, but where the charge was as high
as gt and t?-ad nave been reported to the
is the Bead to
Loses His Money
R. T. Valentin of Ottumwa, la., re
ported to th police that because he waa
It years old and snsophlstlcnted and had
a trusting nature he had been anchored
out of K. Valentine was coming to
Omaha, At Fremont he met a "heavy!,
Ilght-nalred and llght-oomplexloned man
who was nice and wen dressed.' This
man represented to the bey that ha would
make him a rich and Influential cttlaea
If he would come aad work for htm.
Valentin promised to do so.
When they arrived In Omaha they went
to th postofac. The "heavysef man
bmiuwed 190 of his young friend, went
into th registry division snd came not
forth again. After a vain search Valen
tin waa compelled to report to the po
lice, who are looking for the man de
scribed. Valentine did act know the
man's nam to whom he gave the money,
nor was b Informed of what business
be was in. nor In what manner be was
.o make th tod a rich and Inflnenttsl
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