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fHE BEE: OMAHA. THUBSPAr. FEBRUARY 1. 1912.
In Our Women's Ready-to-Wear Section Basement
WOMEN'S HOUSE DRESSES at 98c
Good practical styles various colors
and patterns well made.
OUTING FLANNEL GOWNS, 39c
Warm night gowns, ample cuts, Terr
aerriceable; big variety.
Women's Short Knit Skirts at 19c
Extra Special lot at a big bargain
Women's and Misses Sweaters, 98c
They are worth up to f 3, at 98
Vj.1Vl.tnPt Thousands of Val
I OJCJiUUCa entine and post cards
in our Stationery dept.. Main Floor. Also
Valentine favors and decorations.
GREAT SALE IN THE BASEMENT
15c Zephyr Dress Gingkams at 6c
Here Is a bargain that will long be remembered as the best
Gingham value ever offered. To buy these glnghama
means an actual saving of 8 Ho on every yard piirrbased
the prettiest new plaids, stripes, checks and plain col
ors for spring are all here. The best known of all the
32-lnch Zephyrs In Just the right lengths
for dresses, waists, children's wear, etc.
There will be a large assortment to select
from all day Thursday and plenty of
' courteous salespeople to wait on you
special sale price, per yard
rn of all the
SPECIALS ON MAIN FLOOR
18 and 27 inch fins Sicisi an I Bitiete embroidered
flouncing!, slirtinjt, comt covering, alto 22 inci
all 0vir embroideries in eheiee, new 1912 deiignt that
are worth vp to 75c a yard, two big 9r 0l
bargain loU, at yard a,Ul'U7C
On Sals Thursday in Millinery Dept..
500 New Alrin Roses, 39c
Hundreds of Black Willow Ostrich Plumes at, 56.75
Two delayed shipments just received of thews plumes
and roses that causes such a furore Saturday. They go on
sale Thursday at 9 A. M. Beautiful large pink silk roses
with foliage, worth up to $1.50, at, each 39c
Long black Willow Ostrich Plumes, 22 inches long,
tied five times, and worth up to $15, at $0.75
'Thursday Is Chocolate Day
Delicious Pompetan Bitter Sweet Chocolates with soft, creamy
crashed nut and fruit centers: regular 40o chocolates, at,
i BRANDEIS STORES
i nf i - 1
For 1he many men making men
tal memorandum now of our
rrun.wiU put forth ftupportintf
our superior quality
and th determination of these
men to to vest in a pair of our
$3.50, $4, $4.50, $5
$6 and $7
, Stylish Styles
for the sctual wearing value In
any one and all, the lasts we sell,
from ibe highest arched arch
styles lo the flat flanged heels.
TOM CAT IIOI
For men only, that you have
read so much about
In Omaha, and Omaha li the only
that weare Intereated In, there
fore, we are Intereated In
and v III rive you "painless com
fort" in correct footwear.
No t'auh aa Catch Can," odd
job lots In our Clean 8tnrk lit
maple nellers: that's why you en
Joy aelectlng the kind that pleases
you heat at a reasonable price
without searching through rem
nants for a has been.
wi an.& MTTiFrons
I eraruqjujci E
I 314 Snath ISth t I
soca aDoitu I
Every Time You. Spend & Diice Yoa
Get an S. & H. Green Trading SUmp.
Sale of the Popular New
Sailors Great Savings
Those new sailors, which
have just been received, are
made of a very superior
quality bilk velvet in the newest
and most popular shape. Trimmed
with grosgrain ribbon and lined
with satin. You will find them
priced in most stores at not less
Bennett' Special Price for
H "I J- . -
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First Showing of New Spring Hats
You w ill be interested in the new hats even though you
may not be ready to purchase, for the styles are authentic.
Here's how they're priced--
Beautiful New Flower Hats, $5.00 to $10.00
' The New Street Hats, $3.98 to $7.50 v
New Untrimmed Dress Shapes, $1.98 to $6.98
For present wear, we are showing some new imported
flowers at 25c to $3.98 the bunch. The variety and char
acter is broad enough to please the mos, discriminating.
Final clearance of
all boys' all wool
suits In sites from 3
to 16 years-many of
them suitable for early
spring wear-values up
to $5.00, wbile they
A few boys' over
roata for ages three to
twelve years, values up
to 14.00, Thursday,
llojs' mid knkkfc.
bock rr trousers, worth
up to $1.00, Thursday,
Grocery Specials for
Bennett's Capitol flour, the
17 H. UKANIL
Kit; Alt for 91.00
Bennett's Cspitol Coffee and
20 sumps, lb 30t
Assorted teas and TS stamps,
pound for ;-58
Tea sittings and 10 stamps,
pound for 154?
ft-lb. raa Amber syrup, 20
Blsmarrk strawberry or
raspberry preserves with
10 stamps, 20 os. jar 25
10 bars Meat 'Em AU soap
Premium butterine a 2-lb.
rpll' for 45
10-ih. sack while or yellow
com meal for lae
Bennett's Capitol baking pow-
-ler and 10 stamps. In. csn aa
too can Bennett's Capitol grat
- ed pineapple for ISe
Keeping Our Cutters and Tailors Busy
An Extra Pair o! Trousers
With Your Suit OrJir-Without Extra Cost
It's Nkoll'g way f keeping Urft rfanliaUon
of tailor busy and raduclaf th rplui stock at
tha and at a busy aaaton's trada.
Suit and Extra Trouaera $28 to 143
n ' f Full Black, Blut. tr Cray Chavlat CE
kMlPflfll Thibrt ar Waratod Suit, JHJl
tjpWWai with ,xtra pair of TrouttTt V'
first Showing of New Spring Woolen; for California and Florida Tourists
NICOLL THE TAILOR
Ksrbseh Bib, WILLIAM JIRRIMa' SON, 809-11 . IS tit at
Wtdntiday and Thunday
Extra Special Bargains
100 pairs genuine patent rolt
Men's Button and Blucher
Shoes, $4.00 and QC
! $4. to quality J 1 V3
100 pairs broken lots Women's
. Shoes, on the table, broken
sites, Blucher, button, gun
melsl, calf and patent colt,
3.50 and $4.00 (f Aft
values vl iUU
200 pairs Women's high grade
Shoes, Hanan, Koater, Wright
A Peters and Armstrongs, $4,
$5.00 and IS.OO values, broken
lots, best shoe bar- 4f
gains ever given lsxO
100 pairs white Satin Slippers.
In this lot are some pink and
blue Kid Slippers 13.60 and
$4.00 values, brok- tf f ff .
en sites tPl.UU
Cut Prices on Misses'
and Children's Shoes
We are giving 2 'KB CEXT
off on ail our M !' and Chil
dren's Extra High top Button
Shoes, Gun Metal, Calf and Pat
20 'KB CKXT off on ten
lines of our boys' and youths'
, high rut winter tans, blucher,
CORONER CROSBY BUSY MAN
Tea Unnatural Deaths Recorded in
Lut TweWa Days. .
WAVE OF VIOLENCE EAGCJG
Ball Starts Holllaa vtllfc Manler
" Xearlr TS) Weeks As aad
: Hlade-'lr "le
Traced r Uetel.
la the last twelve days there have
Ucea lea unilateral deaths ta Omasa. On
January ! a aiuider started the list.
hu Gertmik Mansti abot and In
stantly killed ber pammeur atr a H"r.
rd at 19 lfcxls stnest. The Mansfield
omaa is now vaitlnc trial In district
Uiirt aa a charts of first desres murder.
11ie aext day Uearse Unde. pioneer
cUuu was struck ky Dr. W. B. Chrls-
be's aulcmoblls at Thirty-third sod Anee
averue. aud he died ot bts Injuries tha
Best day. Dr. Christie was exonerated.
- On the toUowlns day about I o'clock
! the aMminc UUa Plskad. a Isborer,
acctdentsJIy drsnk a sa man Is. thlnklnf It
sa eta. and died si most Instantly.
J, On Janaary 3i Louts Kadeabek ot
.South Osa&ns, out of curiosity, touched a
kve arc lama wire at Thirteenth and
jito-tfie stiecu and was killed Instantly.
-. E. Koonts. aa onxlneer In lae enotoy
it Mm Missouri Pad fir. killed kls Uio-t-jut
fitend. Prank Bmllh, a conductor,
oa Jaaiurr ST. la the Missouri PeciOe
isrda, Itoont la new la Jan wstttnc
trlal OS a charse of first decree murder.
-Oa Jaouary a Nels P. Andersoa. tha
esed kaessr ef anlnmis at Bhrsrrie
yrk, was cored to death by a Ms eutalo
'2 At e'etock the next awrnlnc Carl
.JUjatMs, aa u-coavlec was shot (oQew-
Ins a flfht la the bounders school with
Patrolman Klchols. He died the same
day in tho hospital.
On January John Fscsls, a laborer,
committed suicide at his home, M Bouth
Ninth street, by shootlrur hlmnlf throuch
the head with a revolver.'
Testerdsy mornina- two more unnatural
deaths were recorded when Kate Mo
Laughllti sod Oswald Ketsea ware found
dead lit bed at lbs Moaadnock hotel
They had besa accidentally asphyxiated.
Drexel Shoe Co.
1419 Farnam St
For balance of this week we
are still continuing our Mid
Winter Clearing Kale on high
Ms (Jj37wy (JAwy tyumfy Qjjy
0)1AHAS FVRE FOOD CK.TER
. fresh Mil aad TafsMblae.
'Navel .irancea, per dosen, 10a, SOe
lmona. per dosen ...ISe
Ealltif or cook I m apples, per pk.,
at aoe, doe, eoe
(Tuih roaated Deanuts, per ut So
Fresh Pineapples, fresh Heathee.
5 fresh Mtrawberrles, Mushrooms,
Cucumbers. Brussels Sprouts.
a rans "L.u L.u" ecourinc powder.
1 m 'Nabob' SOUPS I
li pk.-s. Arso" sloss slsrch 6e
Jf.c jur "Town" brand exiractea
1 hfMMV ......... I
SI.o lar -Town" brand preaervm,
40c cluster raisins soe
Imported sardines, per tin, to, ISO
3 cans "Columbins" milk
Ration and I gallon maple and
cane syrup Oo aad TSe
Home made mince n.eat, bulk, per
Imported 8wlss cheese, per lb. Seo
! .arRe Kdam cheese, each . .SI. 10
Dwraiin ensess. per id.
Cottage cheese, per pkt.
Qiwrt lar gueen olives
Mixed pickles or t'how Chow,
"Lotus" Kentucky whiskey.
year old. full auart $UOO
Certar Brook whiskey, full qt, ai4M
Athrrtun whiskey, full t ..SIM
rallfornla llraiidy. full qt. . .1.00
White Tokay, full qt SOe
California Kiesllnr, per boti
at ate, ase aad soo
Mfy (MAws (Jj-Mwe QjJy Qi
Bonds in Dispute
'Are Sent to New York
City Comptroller Cosstoys snd Council
nan SheMoa of the finance committee ot
the city council nay the break with City
Treasurer I re was the result of a reso
lution passed by the council, after having-
been drafted by the agent of Bpttssr,
I'ouick Co. who were the lowest bid
der oa the tat.m city ball renewal bonds.
The first resolution, drawn by the
finance committee and the comptroller,
directed the treasurer to deliver the bonds
lo the buyers' fiscal scents hi Toledo or
New York. This resolution stated the
amount of the premium, which waa of
fensive to the company's acent, and the
latter drafted a new resolution, which
waa submitted. It directed the major and
the clerk to deliver the bonus.
City Treasurar V're reiused to consum
mate the deal started by the comptroller
and the finance committee, pointing out
that he bad ne authority. "If the coun
cil will nans a rnsnliillini diMin
to do so I stand willing to deliver the'
bonds.' be said. Mr. Cuss rave baa tor
warded the bends te the fiscal agents of
the r asm any la New York and they will
be delivered at t o'clock tomorrow aaora
Inc The ordinance authorising the aale
becomes etfectlre February ti, j
should know about the
Marrei "Whirling Spray"
Best safest most convenient.
If year drscsiit rsssot supply the
MAKVKU seed stsmp lor iinnirsna
BOOS sealed, (.osteins amcooas
lavalusbis to laam.
Mt Csttal Pta.
Most modern equipment
and the best of service
The man with an office
now demands the most
exacting care and con
veniences. The Bee
-1 -S- K 'lr :
. ' i . UT2la. s T.
is situated in the ueart of the commercial district of
Omaba and gives tenants the best office semce to be had.
The elevator? are new and their service is faultless. Keen
janitor attention keeps the rooms scrupulously clean, while
a modern steam plant evenly heats the building in the
-coldest weather, offices which are excellently, ventilated.
The man who wants the greatest conveniences and tho
best of attention will find a few choice offices vacant in
this building now.
-Reecsllon Room. Private Office, two large closets, larre work
room with two north windows, ideal office for Engineer, Architect,
Doctor or other professional wen. Rental, per month at&OO
This Is a long narrow room, lOxltH. having a north light
Kental. per month 17J0
Boom 40 Has a north and east exposure. ISHxtiH In sum, with a fire
proof vault in corner of room. This space will subdivide Into three
good steed offices and make excellent quarters for any one needing
this amount of space, fiental price, per month SwJ.00
gouat ne Lljht. light, plenty ef It la this room, three large windows
This space Is lisie-s with an entry way tx7. Aa exceptionally low
yental au per month
Boom 44 Having 2!1 square feet makes a very pleasant office: having
aa seat exposure and being near t'anuua atreet aide ef the building.
Kent very reasonable Per month ...... .SSO.OO
The B33 Biildinj Co.,
Be Basiaets Oflict, 17tk aad Fanum Sti
February Sales Here Will Pe of Most
Intense Economical Interest .
Al! Wiiter Stocks Sacri
ficed to Make Room for the
New Spring Garmeat Styles.
American Beaver Fur Coats
$150 values and Long Brook Mink
Coats $125.00 values, jjjgg QQ
French Coney Coats Handsome
long garments, regular $43.00 val
ues, on sale Thursday, 50
One Lot of Fur Sets-$12.0O to
$15.00 values, on sale, C A A
Pretty One-Piece .Dresses Values
to $20.00, silks and wool fabrics,
plain colors and fancies, 4tC QC
on sale, choice .yWnvw
Voile Dress Skirts Serge and Nov
elty Clqth Skirts, made to sell to
$10.00, Thursday, 0 gjj
Women's Silk Underskirts All
colors, values to $5.00, on
Long Silk Kimonos, worth
$7.50, on sale at ..$3.95
Children's Wool Serge
Dresses, to $7.50 values,
on sale Thursday $2.95
Children's Heavy Coats
Sizes 10 to 14 years, to
$7.50 values, at ..$1.50
Ladies' Wool Beaver
Shawls, to" $5 val. $1.95
Domestic Room Specials
Everything In This Boom Is
New Scotch Ghifthams, 32 in.
wide ... ..: .-125V4e
New 18e Slercerlied Foulardi,
at -t '..124t
New Serpentine Crepes, genu
New White end Fancy Nosl
ties. worth 15c snd 18c, 10c4
10 India Unoris ....... 7
lJVic India Llnons ....104
lac English Long Cloths lOg?
18c Eng. Long Cloths 12 '
7 He Apron Ginghams . --St
12tc Dress Olnghsms . .10
Closing out all Blankets at
less than cost.
Closing out all Comfortables
st less than cost.
High Grade Wash
New Spring Goods iust In.
Tolle Etlenne Tissue . ...2-td
EgypUsn Tissue 24t
Violet Tissue 24
Roman Tissue 15t$
Mercerised Voiles 24
Hair line striped Voiles. . 24c
Dundee Scotch Zephyrs, 32-tn.,
Gremont Scotch Zephyrs, Vl iu.
Gauze Mavel 24c
Striped Voiles, black and
Corded Poplin .......,.18c
Colodians -.. .-18C
Panne Sateen 35
New Batiste - -15C
gee our new lines of drees linens
. n .lii. mm), .lui i i I n llnana.
$4.00 and $5.00 Corsets $1.45
Greatest Bargains in Fine Corsets
Ever Offered. Broken lines of W.
B., E. & G., C B., Thomson Glove
Fitting, etc., that sold to $5.00.. ' AU
sizes in this lot. Your , JC
50c Brassieres, Embroidered and Lace
trimmed, all sizes 34 to 44, on sale,
Ladies' $2.50 Auto Hoods, at . .98C
Misses' Sweater Conts, worth to $2.50,
Ladies' $2.50 Oral Night Gowns 98c
Ladies' good quality Muslin Uowns,
t 3.rH?: 3 for $1.00
Iw-ulies' Muslin Gown Skirts, combina
tion suits, worth to $2.50
at . .98c, 69c, 49c
White Goods Specials
Splendid assortment of fine sheer White Goods in dimities, lawns,
mulls and Swisses, worth 2c a ysrd, at 10
Imperial English Long Cloth, worth 12Hc a yard; per bolt of 12
Imperial English Long Cloth, worth 18c a yard; per bolt of 12
Fine Sheer India Llnons, worth 15c a yard, st
Fine Sheer India Llnons, worth 25c a yard, at
Soft finish Sheer Nalnsoqk, worth 18e a yard ,
Soft finish Sheer Nainsook, worth 25c a yard
Zion City Laces
Another remarkable sale of the famous.Zion Gty Lace's:
You save 00 by buying these laces. Square, round and
diamond inesh vals., worth np to LiXtiJ7lLr
2Uc a yard, on sale Thursday, at ... .0 j2Weml 2W
ur 1$ Stil! Uo and f Prospect o Going Still Higher
are not soinc to advance the
nfice until we liae to. V.e bousut
heavy bet re ilie jiiuis a...
dova the price as Ions as It U Sos
slble to lo so.
Wednesday price. 4Mb. sack. Best
Hurt STsde ;;
17 lbs Best tlranulatrd Susmr ..ll.se
S lbs. Boot While or Yellow Commeal
lbs. Best Rollrd Breakfast Oat-
1 ban Beat 'I'm AU or Diamond C
The best hand picked Nary Beans tc
1 lbs. best Bulk laundry Starch. iSe
lbs. good Japan Rice. fee Quat. 2o
Jellycon tir J1!-CX pk-
Gallon cans Uolden Table Sirup.. Jac
t cans L.u Scourtns soap ....Jc
lbs. La -aline Polish ?e
cakes dtlseco Polish 2 so
SPECIAL JONATHAN APPLE SALE
1-bnsbel boxee faucy Jooatbaa Ap
ples, per box ..tl.Ji
llRltD FRUITS FOR BAUCB. PIES
California Muscatel Cooking- Raisins.
per lb. lc
California Muscatel Seedless Raisins.
per lb lc
rallfornla Cooking Figs. lb. ....8":
Cleaned Currants, lb. l!e
The Best Lemon. Orange or Citron
Peel, lb. , "...So
t pkga Best Condensed Mincemeat.
BUST THE BlrTTER TRUST BUT
Cheaper and . better than lots of
butter. . . . :
1 Ins. Good Butterine S5e
t lbs. liood Table Ruttertne
t lbs Fancy Table Butterine ....40c
The Very Best, 3 lbs. for 4SC
The Best Creamery Butter, lb. ..4c
THE VEGETABLE jMARKET OF
t bunches fresh Beets. Carrots. Tur
nlpa. Shallots or Radishes for ..lc
Fancy Cauliflower, lb. ;.Sc
; bunches Fresh Parsley kc
Fancy Csbbase. lb. c
Large Cucumberst each liVic. lc
t Hesds Sresh Leaf Lettuce sc
Rutanagaa, Parsnips. Carrots, Beets
or Turnips, lb. 2V,c
Hothouse Mushrooms, lb. box ,.40c
Brussels Sprouts, lb. lie
Yellow or Red Onions, lb. Sc
HIGHLAND NAVEL ORANGES
BEAT EM ALL FOR QL'ALlTT
Per'doien' ..ISc. Joe, tic, ise
Orange Speons, each lec
FANCY ORCHARD PACKED AP
PLES. ir barrel ILM
CANDLES FOR CANDLEMAS
Set of 4 at ISc: Per box, sets, LH
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