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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 18, 1912)
THE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY,-SEPTEMBER 18, 1912,
Are Showing the Widest Possible Varieties of
d rfri Ira If
Warmer Underwear for Women and Children
Special showing and' sale of Munsing
Underwear for women, misses, children and
boys. Fall and winter weights.
Women's Vests and, Pants Fine : cotton, .
fleecy lined, part wool and all 'wool; at, a
garment ............ 50c, 1.00, Sl;50
Women's Union Suits Fine cotton, fleecy
lined, part wool and all wool; per suit,
at.. $1.00, $1.50, $1.98 up to $3.00
Misses', Children's and Boys' Union Suits
Fine cotton, fleecy lined, part wool and all
wool; at, a suit. .. "SOc, 75c up to $2.00
Misses' and Children's Vests and Pants
Fleecy lined cotton, part wool and all wool;
at, a garment.... ...50c and 75c
We show the complete line of Hall-
v Brochert's Dress Forms. No woman should
be without one. It is as necessary in trim
ming and fitting a dress as the sewing ma
chine is in sewing.
Bust and StandThis fine jersey covered
bust is perfectly shaped, with wood bot
tom, high metal standard on casters; all
sizes from 32 to 44-inch 0 Qfi
v Complete assortment of Hall-Borchert Adjust-
,l able Form.
Red Cross Shoes
Ha,ye the famous "flexible soles that
bend with the foot" and are known
everywhere as the most comfortable
shoes made for women. All the
new fall styles are here in tan, calf
skin, suede, gun metal calf, patent
leather and cloth tops button and
lace styles. All sites
and widths; per pair,
Old 8tore Main Floor.
New York Manufacturer's Sample Handkerchiefs, 5c Each
ie are fine
Hundreds of styles in women's and men's plain and fancy embroidered some are fine
cotton some are linen some colored bordered--others are mercerized
with silk finish. They are worth 10c to 15c each. All on big bargain
square at, each
The Style Show that is Captivating Omaha Women .
BR ANDBIS FALL OPENING DISPLAY
This fashion event is again demonstrating the Brandeis claim to originality
and leadership. Through our own Paris buying office we have assembled a great ,
number of exquisite styles in Women's Apparel from the shops oftthe leading for
eign designers. These costumes, gowns and suits are practical and adapted to the
American woman's figure. They, are now on display and may be purchased out
right. The styles in artistio Parisian millinery are here in greater variety than
we have ever shown them in any previous opening. , ,
TO INVESTIGATE TAX SALES
Pre Wants Council to Hire Han to
Look Into Scavenger Sales.
PARS WATER BILLS SEJECTES
Acting on mm Opinio of City Attor
jr Bills for Water ia the
Parka Are Tamed Dowa
by City Coaacll.
City and County Treasurer Ure 'asks
the city council to appropriate $400 or
$500 to hire a man at $100 a month to
Investigate tcavenger tax sales and find
out if the city ia losing money thereon.
The council haa the request under con
sideration. , ( r
Ure says ho wants to know just how
the city stands in relation to these ales,
money from which goes into the street
Improvement district fund.
', With the data procured by a man paid
io investigate scavenger sales the city
treasurer would know how to handle the
street Improvement fund.
When taxes against a piece of property
accumulate until they exceed the value
of the property the property is sold and
.the money received from the sale ap
plied on these taxes. The new owner of
the property then begins payment of
taxes from the date 'of the sale.
City Coanctl Notes.
Mayor Dahlraan secured the passage of
a resolution endorsing a back-to-the-land
scheme being promoted by ' 8. Arlon
Appraisement of the property fretween
Cuming and Burt streets for the open
tag of Twenty-seventh street was re
jected on the ground that It was exoes
ive and the property holders couldn't
well pay It The sum returned by the
appraisers was fHOSnA ,
Acting on an opinion of the city attor
ney, bills for water in the parka were re
jected. ;'; Purchase of $54,000 school bonds out of
the street improvement district fund, was
'authorised. ,,;,v, - .
An ordinance was passed calling a spe
cial election for November 7 to vote $50,000
park bonds. .
Bids for linoleum. 500 feet of fire hoee
and other supplies for different depart
ments were opened and read and referred
to tn department of finances and ac
counts. .' ;i ' .
S. A. Houser Denies
: I F, Warren's Charge
General and specific denials of John F.
"Warren's charges that he alienated Mrs.
Warren's affections are made by Samuel
A. Houser. president of the Omaha Taxi
cab and Auto Livery company, In an an
swer to Warren's $25,000 damage suit
Warren alleges that when he was farm,
tag near Manderton, la., four years ago,
Houser worked for him and took advan
tage of opportunities afforded to win the
wife by blandishment, v.
A Crael Hlatalc
Js to neglect a cold or cough. Dr. King's
New Dicovery cures them and may pre
vent consumption. 50c and $1.00. For sale
hy Beaton Drug Co
Palimpsest Club to
Open Soon with Dr.
Claxton as Speaker
The Palimpsest club will begin Its sea
son at tha festal board Nevember 6, when
the principal guest of the evening will
be Philander priestly, Claxton, United
States commissioner of education, who
has accepted the Invitation extended to
htm on behalf of tha club by President
John Ia Webster, Dr. Claxton will be
here at that time to attend the meeting
of the Nebraska State Teachers' associa
tion, invitations are out for speakers for
some of the subsequent dinners of the
Palimpsest, . for which announcements
will not be made until later.
Omaha State Bank
Officials Are Named
Directors and officers of the State Bank
of Omaha have been elected and the In
stitution will begin business October 15, in
the new Omaha State Bank building,
Seventeenth and .Harney street, which is
to be completed by that. time.
At a meeting of the stockholders these
men were named directors: A. U Sonants,
E. H. Westerfleld. A. & White, John D.
Ware, J. L. Svoboda, Arthur Hoover and
F. N. High of Omaha and District Judgt
J. R. Hanna of Greeley, I. W. Norrls of
8tella, R. F. Btuckey of .Lexington and
J.'Q. McPherrln. of Oakland," Ia.
The directors named these officers: A.
L. Schants, president; A. 8. ; White, vice
president; J. L. Svoboda. cashier, and
F.,N. High, assistant oasher. .
f The new bank is capitalised at $300,000
and will be operated under the state
guaranty law, the first of the kind in the
city. All the stock has been sold and
$100,000 over the capitalisation has been
subscribed and refused by the promoters.
Fixtures for the offices are now on the
way and will be ready for Installation by
the time tha building is finished.
On Doiurlaa att ih
aTTTOHS VAUDBT1LIJI Includes the
js-uian les Quartet; Mantell's Marion
ettes; wroom ft
Vine: Prince A
CHILD I WHAT?
Continuous a to 6 7 to 11 p. a, Bally.
SXTBATAOAVSA AMD TAVDZTZUS
Laughter an Epidemic In Funny Frank
r uiiiey a jyunes. lively Minnie
Burke. Dmll Sam Aitnmi IT ii.h...
. ' 1 " V,UH
Clean. Crlsn Fun. . , .
ladles' Ptme Matinee Every Week Bay.
Phones; Douglas 484; Ind. A-1494
at. Every Day, 2:15; Every Night, 8:lfi,
This Week Madame Buuerflv: fitw.
art Sisters and Escorts; Kaufman Broth
ers; Fred Hamlil and Charley Abbate;
Marry Atkinson; Tne Flying Martins:
Tnth'm W tt - Ir I w 15-., t . ... . 1 J
Events; Orpheum Concert Orchestra.
rnces juatmee, uailery 10c. Best Seats
26c Except Saturday and Sundav: Niarht.
10c, 26c, too and 75c .
Experts Debate on
How to Advertise
Robert H., Manley and Penn P. Fodrea
weighed' in; before the Ad club at tha
Paxton Monday noon and went three
rounds for no decision. The debate was:
"Resolved, That the retail merchant with
$009 annual advertMng appropriation
should use the newspapers Instead of the
Manley pointed out that newspapers
reach the advertiser at the proper time,
when he Is In a receptive mood, and de
clared that the malls came to him at a
time when he was too busy to read the
advertising In it; that advertising In the
guise of personal letters vexed the re
cipient and consequently had not the de
sired effect' ' " 'j
Fodrea argued the other aide of the
question. He declared Manley was talk
ing of the department stores, which
"could not exist longer than ninety days
without newspaper advertising," while
the question of debate naturally referred
only to the small retailer.
OMAHA vs. TOPEKA
Sept. 16, 17, 18,19.
TWO GAMES TOMORROW
1st Game Called at 2 P.M.
Xatlnae and Eight, Sept 85th
ansa vobobt raoM staexawd
With QUT TAIL Beats Tomorrow
Thursday, Sept, 99th 3 Bays.
CSAVECET OLCOTT In THE XgXE
O' J) REAMS Seats Tomorrow.
TOJNICiHX jetAiIAJG WEDNESDAY
BOMABTCS OT THE VEBBEWOB1B
Prloeai ttSo.gl.60 Mat. Wed, Beats gl.OO
Thura Baby Boll Prices. 10, 20, JO, 60c
XATXXES TOD AT :30 EIGHT Si30
BEST SEATS 60c
Yanksc Goodie Girls
and Dashingf Dainty Marie
X.ADXES' BAXXiT BXHB XATIEES
J jj in All the World No Store Will Strive to Serve Yon Better. , ' ' . J
r $ Formerly The Bennett Company. LAJ!
jarrywjk. " - - , -r- isr Tt
Formerly The Bennett Company.
THE CHALLENGE -Yotir Greatest Opportunity To Buy
, ' wew iall doods for Less Money '
Challenge Values Stand Urimatched.
We Urge Comparison of Challenge Values
LENGE show you the Orkin Bros idea of quick sales and
small profits. This great Challenge Sale was prepared;
and arranged for your comparison of values. Compare
Challenge Sale Prices. "We urge comparison. '.The gain is
yours. Our interest are identical; Again we say,.compare.
The Challenge Sale is convincing thousands daily that
Orkin Brothers are determined to serve the people bet
ter. Let the CEIALLENGE save you money, on the new
est of Fall Merchandise. Let the CHALLENGE prove our
leadership in better quality goods for less. Let the CHAL-
EyERY WOMAN NEEDS A SMART NEW FALL SUIT.
THE CHALLENGE SALE POINTS THE WAY TO
FUL VALUES-$27.50, $29.75, $35.00 AND $39.
h r NEWEST FALL STYLES CHALLENGE PRICE
PALL SUIT, fry fV
0 WONDER- j J
.50 suits- I
All wool 64.1a. Bress
pencil stripes ; j new
granite cloth; Boucbe
effects and serge
suitings. Worth 11.25.
The Challenge links Orkin Brothers' style-prestige with a new Idea In exclusive suit selling
extreme values at a low price. To make these suits the most remarkable value ever known, wo
gave personal supervision to every manufacturing, detail. The Challenge was in our mind every
minute of the tlme.The great suit values prove it. . All the popular fall fabrics, made up in a host 1
of most distinctive fall styles, n -
For Wednesday's selling we have received 200 more of these un
usually fine suits; beautiful braid bound effects; smart tailored novelties.
Many of these suits are copies of fine imported models. .
$27.50, $29.75, $35.00, $39.50 Hand Tailored Suits for Women"
Newest Fall styles. Challenge price...............
ri. f mm m fm
i no oiik vnauenge sale Answers
the Call for Greater Values
$l.SO BLACK and CO&OBXB SZLKS at 67o
NE3WEST FALL SILKS. vThe season's most favored
styles; smart fhalr line striped mea salines novelty
waistings Persian silks Chameleon n.essallnes;
silk serges; chevron, stripes; checks and Broche ef
fecta Also a great variety of black silks. Every
, woman with an eye for economy and mm
for style should take m hand in this. 11 "
ll-BO silks Clearance Sale price v
wort up to ti.as I worth vr to $i.oo .
rialn MessaUns, in fifty of
the most beautiful, shades
you can Imagine. Every
iignt and dark shade. Also
25 pieces of pencil and hair-'
line stripe effects. All width
stripes in all colors. Worth
to 1.00. Wed- .
nesday only. . .'. . .....t't'C
CBJBPB at 12Uo
SCIll length Zlmona Crepe and genuine Serpentine
Crepes in all the latest shades, Including beautiful
bordered designs; worth 25c. From 2, to ' fl
10 yards. Wednesday only... ..; .ljC
The Great Domestic Chal
lenge Is Saving Money
$1.65 and $1.75 12-4
Cotton Blankets, tan,
gray, white an un
usual bargain Wed
Nprice, Pair . , .$X.S5
15c and 17c Mrtr heavy 42x36 Pillow Cases
Extra good serviceable cases Wednesday's
Challenge, each' i
$2.75 and $2.50 Bed
Comforts; best sllk
each ..... si ns
$1.25 and $1.39 Mer
cerized' hemmed, nap
kins, 20x20; choice
patterns; extra values;
?.?; tjMMtWAti; 89
$1.10 All Linen 72
inch damask; many
good . patterns
lenge special; per,
CHALLENGE WAIST SALE OF GREAT IMPORTANCE
9i.au mngerte waists 7sc Fine quality nainsook and
batiste; lace and embroidery medallion trimmed, lace
insertion and tucks. Actual $1.95 waists
Wednesday, great challange, special; choice.
CHILDREN'S WEAR GETS
Children's Up to 93.00 Sweaters 98o All wool dou
ble breasted sweaters white red and gray high
neck styles finished with pearl buttons sizes 1 to
5 years. Up to 12.00 sweaters Challenge , no
price Wednesday special, choice , ,?OC
i$a.9S langerte 'Waists $1.98 Extra quality batiste
elaborately trimmed with fine lace and embroider
insertion; also dainty lace designs Sizes 34 to 44
.Actual $2.95 waists Wednesday Chal- r ro
. lenge Sale Price . . ' , $I.?0
A BIG CHALLENGE CUT
Children's $1.00 Bussian BrassesLong .'and short
!fclf00d !UU nalnsk and lawn-trimmed WiS
tle7i n8er1ti'n-31Jn and hemstitched tuck&
Regular $1.00 value Russian dresses trx
.Wednesday Challenge Sale, Price..., ..4I7C
WEDNESDAY'S GROCERY CHALLENGE SALE VALUES
We are serving our grocery customers as we would demand to be served ourselves. You wanf i-w.ri. .L :. ' .
them. Our tiromnt service la at vour command. Best' erocerles for less ia Orklnn' praonra tAa . wuou you want
r w " " ' - - ' O" j UVM
2 -lb. can Breakfast Coffee 48c
Assorted Teas 58c quality . ...48o
Tea Slf tings, pkg. ........... 18o
Cocoanut Bars, lb. . . ; lSo
Swift's Borax Soap, 7 bars. . . . .85o
Snlder's Pork and Beans, 2 cans SSo
Assorted Pickles 3 bottles. ... .95o
Premium Britannia, 2 lb. roll 4So
Seeded Raisins, 12 V4c pkg..,...10o
Capitol Sauer Kraut, can lOe
Capitol Red Kidney Beans. .... .90
Batavia Asparagus Tips, 25c can SOo
Capitol Sliced or Grated Pine
apple can ,i6o
10 bars Diamond C or Beat-'Em-
AU Soap , ..85o
Excelsior Patent Flour, 48-Ib.
Pickling Spices, lb. .......... o.
Special Pickling Vinegar, regular
35c special, gallon ....V.": a6o
Toasto Corn Flakes. 2 pkgs SSo
Macaroni or Spaghetti, 3 pkga.aso
Elba Sifted Peas, special, 2 cans 85o
Save a Dollar a Ton by Using Any of the Following Coal.,
No. 2 CHESTNUT ANTHRACITE, ner ton. flAPlTAT. i.itmd ivn r "o 1S
$10.KK Best quality Scranton Anthracite
slightly smaller in size than No. 1
Chestnut.- Preferred by many for base
burners mixed with Egg, Stove or No. 1
Chestnut. It's economy to use this size.. .
CAPITAL LUMP AND NUT. n f -r nn
Capitol Coal is equal if not superior to
any coal selling up to $8.00. From the
famous zeigler Mines.' The coal you know
so .favorably and so well. Special, per
ORKIN! BROTHERS, .bJSKS;-16th r and Harney Sts.
im?yjr i til
z: " I
An Exceptionally Clever New
Fall Boot for, Women
Just one of about fifty styles of new Fall
Boots for women that are smart and clever
and moderately prioed.
Made of - tan .calf, button model, high ,
cut, fancy tip, stage last, in au wiatns ana
sues -a spienam dooi xor
16H 5t DOUGLAS.
Attention j Grocers and Butchers!
COLD WBATaSR ; SXeMUPXKS THB X&AUT XATSBY APTSTXTS
'.,V CHEER UP;,'. ' -
Our first ear of the finest long- cut, German eared Kraut has arrlvsa
from on of our northern kraut Xaotortsa and tha sacoad ear la Is tows.
Vbona Ztouglas 460, v -
KAAQMAIHI VIHEQAR & PICKLE COHPAHY
DRS. IIACH a IIACH
aeosMors to BaOoy ft Kaoh
Tha larvost and baat aqulppod dental
' offico In Omaha. Exyorta tn oharyo of
all work, modarato price. Porcelain
rliunrs Just like th tooth. All lnetm
moata atorUlsed attef ualnf.
3d floor raztoa Slook, Omaha, Veb.
A little Bee want ad does the business.
Everybody reads Bee want ads
Low Price Plus Quality of the Work
Pone Has Made This Business i-
It has taken us 15 years to.build this business to its
present size, by doing BETTER WORK at fair prices.
We guarantee our work' to , be satisfactory read the
prices below and phone for a Pantorium Auto
, LADIES' PRICE UST:
Waists, silk or fancy
Bklrts, plain, ........
Skirts, with drop ...
Jackets, unllned '.,
Tailor Suits- i
One-Plece Dress, plain....
One-Plece Dress, fancy ; .
Wrappers or Kimonos ....
Plumes, per Inch ,
Willows, per Inch
nam liooes .......
.Gloves, kid, short
' Gloves, medium .
. Slippers ..
; .75 to-
fl.00 to $1.25
1.00 to 1.75
.50 to 1.00
MEN'S PRICE LIST:
Suits, full dress or P. A... 12.00
Suits, cutaway, frock .... 1.75
Suits, S-piece 1.60
Suits. 2-pleco 1.25
Overcoats, light 1.15
and Pressing i
Overcoats, heavy 1.60 to - 2.00
Ulsters 1.75 to 2.25
Sweaters ,60 to .75
. Gloves .10
Neckties , ! ,10
We also clean drap tries, portiers, table and stand
, eoTora, doUlos, curtains, pillows, chair cushions, oriental
rufs aad carpets; anj-thins; that rMnlrac cars and '
- - skill la hattdUn?. . , .
' "Good Cleaners and Dyers"
1515-17 Jones St. GUY LIGGETT, Pres. Phone D. 963.
Tour iwatch or clock should be repaired by a care
rful,' expert workman.- That's the kind we have. We
always have bad tne very nest. - Lt uado your work.
LOOK FOB THE NAME
LINDSAY THE JEWELER'
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