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lilt, OMAHA, SAXliitDAl', UUiUJlLK 26, mi
Brandeis Store for Men
Offers every man in Omaha a saving of $5.00 and $10.00 Saturday
Choose from great varieties in this wonderful sale of
Sample Suits I Overcoats If $14
This is a great lot of samples and surplus stock from an eastern -wholesale tailor comprising thousands of garments of
hi chest character.
TVrp'8 real class and extreme novelty to be found in these lines. There are Norfolk models inl
vounir men's suits. The clever new, two button models with high cut vests, as well as more conserv
ative models for older men. The overcoats are those roomy dressy xjoats of rough, heavy materials)
or the lighter dressier fabrics! You couldn't ask for a fmer lot to choose from. These $20.00 and
$25.00 values actually on gale at
Men's and Young Men's Fall and
Winter Overcoats and Suits
The snappiest styles in the smartest colors
and patterns of the sea- jM 7 On
son; splendid values at..417 .JU'JZU
Men's "Winter Shirts
and Drawers, values
up' to $i.0O, at
39c and 50c
Shirts, values up to
$1.25, at 50c
mmmmivm ' iiiihpii jj """ill
ii iimiT 'ir'-r j-i fk"'t" " (T'lf""' "V I
Boys' $1.50 Sweaters
and Sweater HCn
Ooats at I
Men's Union Suits
worth up to QO-
Special Offers in Men's and 'Young Men's
Underwear and Shirts
OF MEN'S AND YOUNG MEN'S
The best dressed men and young men in Omaha buy
their fixings here, because the styles are always ne,wer.
We are Omaha agents for Munsing Union Suits for Men
new fall and winter weights in regular and stout sizes; at,
a suit . . . . $1.00 to $4.50
Sterling Union Suits for men, full fashioned, in worsted and
silk and wool prices are $3.98 o $5.50
Men's extra heavy fleeced and derby ribbed Shirts and
Drawers values to $1.00,' at 39c and 50c
Men's extra fine Lambs Wool Shirts and Drawers natural
and tan colors values to $2.00," at.. 75c and98c
Men's Sample Pongee and Outing Flannel Pyjamas values
up to $2.50; on sale at 98c
Men's Outing Flannel Night Shirts values up
to $1.50, at 50C, 75e and 98c
Brandei Sells the Hirjh-Wickwire and Stratford System
OVERCOATS AND SUITS FOR MEN at $22,50 and $40.
In new early winter models handsomely tailored from beautiful Imported worsteds,
cheviota and twesda. The most attractlvs styles ever shown for dress or business wear.
Boys' Suits arid Overcoats
Saturday is Chinchilla Day
Soys', Chinchilla Overcoats in blue, light and dark.
. greys all wool lined, a special group at ..$3.50
Boys Smart Chinchilla Overcoats In handsome
, vbt0wnt,: blue, dark and light grays all wool llnsd.v
special at .$;
Boys' splendidly tailored Chinchilla Overcoats with
the shawl collar and belt all around extra good
values, at 87.50
Boys' Imported Double Texture Chinchilla Overcoats,
t ... j58.50
Long Trouser I Boys' Wool Bine i Boys' , Corduroy
Blue Serge Gaits J Serge Salts will Suits will go on
t $9.75 I o t ..$3.0S I ui.t $3.75
EVER OFFERED IN OMAHA.
Over 2,000 pair, in all sizes
for men and young men. The
patterns are the newest of
the. season, the- styles are
perfection itself the qual
ity just what you'd expect
at double the price we ask.
Scarcely any two pair
alike. They are made . of
lengths of all wool worstedsj
and cheviots all sizes for
men and young men. By far
the best pant values we have
ever offered. '
Men's Fall Negligee Shirts
Manhattan and E. & W. Shirts in scores of exclusive
patterns not shown elsewhere a wide range of the
nqpest styles at $1.50 to $3.50
Men's Negligee and Golf Shirts a new shipment in
, the latest patterns plaited and plain bosoms
fTl many worth'to $2.00; on sale at. . . . 98c
IVWs Sfl.mnlA Shirr in TiQTrr foil rafzvrTo arA nrJrta
-worth $1.00 and $1.25; on sale at .50c
Men's Hand Made Sweater Coats in all colors with
large sailof and ruff neck collars; also no collar ef
fects, (at , . .$2.50 to $10.00
Men's and Boys' Sample Gloves and Mittens from a
famous eastern maker values up to $2.00
at.. 75c, 98c and $1.25
Corre&Hats for Fall and Winter
Brandeis Hats are made by the greatest manu
facturers of men's hats in the world. They never
fail to live up to your highest expectations and are
comfortable as well as stylish.
Wilson's English Hats of Denton, England, .$2.50
Wards' Hats of Stockport, England, $1.50 and $3
h John B. Stetson's Famous Soft and Stiff Hats' in the
' Basement Clothing Dept
Boys' Serviceable Suits, smart styles In new' shades
and materials in Russian and Knickerbocker styles,
also Boys' Overcoat Russian and Reefer styles in
gray, brown and dark weaves all J 4 .CO.C
and $5 values, on sale at...... ...... ..p.Tl3
new fall styles at
.Imported Austrian Velour Hats,
new styles with a decidedly
smart European look an ex
cellent selection at. . . .$2.00,
Men's Sample Hats, high grade
soft and stiff hats in all the
new fall styles values up to"
$3.00; on sale Saturday '
Boys' School Hate, smart, classy, college styles that have been selling up
to ii. uo, Saturday at 49
Boys- winter wips, mr iinea Men's I1.O0 Fur Lined Caps, Fur Men's
Fur ruTia. at.
25 f and 49 j lined bands, 6n sale at . . - 50 $2.50 $2.98 up 'to
FLOUR HASMH ffl PRICE
ft, Batter and Cheoie Etmnln tt
About the Same Figure. ,
GRAPE ntUlT FEICE3 D0WK
CtoMuvti u ClAar Anaon th Jfw
i CmaagltU ti Iol Xw
ke 1 0 ( Ketfev Pear ,
: Flour la in tht list of commodities that
hv risen la price during the last wk.
A rise of 10 cents a barrel tu noted .In
Vie last few marketing days.
Gin butter and oh esse and son of the
popular vegetables remain about the
! Among the new this on the local mar
kpt are! cocoanuts .at: j'and 10 oenU
each. Oder at S cents a saUon, Cali
fornia figs at the same prloe per package
Snd comb and strained honey. New
honey Is priced at U casts a raok, while I
While a fight li on among the commie
ion merchants, grape fruit is tempo r
arily down in prloe, according to Al King,
)nanager of the grocery department at
Kayden Bros. For a few days they will
ifll at I1.E0 a ca.se, 6r E, VA and 10 cents
; Keller pears will have been sold out by
nest week. They are now very scare and
only on ar . Is. scheduled . to oome to
Omaha this season.. It is expected to
arrive Saturday, and the pears plaoed on
the market Monday at SO cents a buihel
Hubbard squashes are telling at (, 74
and 10 cent each and' cabbages aoay be
bought for 9 cents a doata. - '-.
time of the former registrations the pro
gressive party In this stats had as yet
no legal standing, and in fact did not have
until the supreme court decided upon the
Morrlseey case, which sought to exolude
the progressives from a place on the bal
WOMAN CONVICTED BY JURY
OF VIOLATING' MANN ACT
BIOUX FALLS, a IX. Oct iWSpeclal
Telegram.) A verdict of guilty was re
turned by a Jury in federal court this
evening In the case ot the United State
against Hortens Rich, keeper of a Sioux
Falls retort. Indicted on the charge of
violating tht Mann act, known a the
white tlav law.
The chart against th defendant was
that last June she went to EH. Paul and
induced two young women "to come to
Sioux Falls and enter her resort, the
government offering testimony to the
effect that Mra Rich paid th trans
portatlon for the two girl and accom
panied them to Sioux Fall a
On information sworn out by United
Btate Attorney Wagner, Clarence S.
Mile ot St Paul, who In June was pro
prietor of th Windsor hotel In St Paul,
was arrested, charged with perjury.
Miles testified that he himself purchased
th transportation for th two girls at
the request of on of them and that Mrs.
Rich had nothing to do with the girls
oomlng to Sioux Falls.
MANY.TO CHANGE THEIR
From several Indications it would seem
that some who have registered during the
tlret two days of this fall's registration
today will go to th polls and chance
their party affiliation. Within thp last
few days SftveraT have arrived , at the
Douglas county republican ' committee
headquarters and asked the secretary
whether they might go to th polls and
change their registration - from "pro
gressive" to "republican." ) They were
told th.' might b don. On the othir
hand many of th bull mooeers who did
not hare quite th rv during th first
two days of regietratloa to out loos from
the republican party; register! then
srives as repuMtoana , ' -
John 8. Helgren. secretary at ih Doug-
Its county progrwslv aommltto, I one
of there who is registered as a republican
although an fflcer" of ' the progressive
cpmmlttee. Mr. Eelgren when confronted
-With thlr proposition and asked to explain
;t.f e dilemma, declared that he would go to
,tlie polls Saturday and change hi regis
'tfaUon, giving his party - affiliation ai
"f regressive." H said his reason for
rclstrlng "republican" was that at the
0RKIN BROS. ANNOUNCE '
GREAT SPECIAL PURCHASE
. OF WOMEN'S FALL SUITS!
Recently Mr. J. B. Orkln, our New
Tork buyer, secured at a great pric con
oeeaioa 1,000 high grade man tailored sam
pi suits ot a well known manufacturer.
These suits, which ar th best of this
great manufacturer's output will be
plaoed on sal Saturday at our new de
partment at 'he remarkablylow price of
117.(0. These suits on display in our
windows have beet th enter of attrac
tion for th past week. Style-win women
wondered how It was poaslbl for us to
sell these beautiful 130 to M5 suits at
" ORKIN BROTHERS.
OMAHA PROFESSOR TO
SPEAK AT CEDAR FALLS
Principal T C Rusmisel of th Omaha
High School of Commerce will spak to
Vm eaohera in the Cedar Falls (la.)
Normal school Monday on th advance
made in the teaching of commercial sub
jects. He will also discuss other edu
cational topics. Among other topics die
cussed he will outline the work under
taken by th Omaha High School, "of
Commerce. ' , . ''. ";
Persistent Advertising ta tae Road to
Legitimate "Big Business."
THE) WH3TB 8HIICL.D,
Reed. J7I Pp. U.M. Q.
A score of short stories, moet of which
have had previous magasin publication,
mak up this posthumous velum. The
book takes Its title from the Initial tele,
about an. artist whoa paintings always
"lacked something" until the girl of his
heart refused to marry him and told him
he must first be true to himself, and
then his art would be true. Her words
showed him the error of his ways, and
he thereupon went to work and painted
a great picture, and they were happy
forever after. All of the stories are con
cerned with lore, mostly love in the su-1
perlattv degree, now and then with a
dash of humor, or again with a hint of
tragedy, but always romantic. Without
any doubt Myrtle Reed's many thousands
ef readers will hav deep pleasure In the
book and will thoroughly enjoy Its char
TUB OLYMPIAN. By James Oppen-
heira. 4U Pp. Harper tt Bros.
Klrby Trask oome trora the middle
west to New Tork to make his fortune.
In obtaining information for a story
about the career of Jordan Watts, the
steel magnate, he meats th great man's
daughter and falls In love with her. file
forceful nature appeals to her. . In spite
of the difference In their station she
draws him to her and at last consents to
be his wjf. Th two fore her father to
a reluctant consent and Klrby Trask Is
launched upon his career In big business.
Th story of his gradual forging to the
front and attainment of highest power
Is real and exciting. v
"CHAROH IT.- By Irvln Bacheller.
1 Pp. Si. Harper A Bros.
A genial satire on th follies of th day.
Ehtfravaganc and love of display have
reaohed their height when the story
opena la fot, th slogan ot young
Harry Tan AlsUn. "Cham it to Harry."
Is th keynote of th whole town. The
financial difficulties of ' the young men
In their attempt to keep up with Harry,
and th humorous owes, with a love
ttogr, running through It all, make the
UtU voluot on of Interest
CAVLmH By Grant Ricnard. SM
Pp. n.tO. Houghton-Mifflin Company.
Written as from th point of viw of a
young and fastidious Englishman of lei
sure, whose bank aooount though re
spectable, is not adequate, ft tell of his
curious meeting In Paris with a young
American heiress and her father, and of
how h Initiates them Into th mysteries
of Montmartr and the Latin Quarter.
Much stress Is laid upon life In the oafes
ot Parts and Monte Carlo and upon th
epicurean delights to b secured there.
In short, here is a book In a new (train.
dealing with a very modern man and the
eternal feminine in surroundings conven
tional and unconventional.
IN THE VORTEX. By CBve Holland
$48 Pp. $L25. McBrtde, Nast A Co.
A story of the Latin quarter in Paris
and its Influence on the life and character
of an American lad who is suddenly trans
pfanted into its vortaX from the protect
ing quiet of a Puritan village home.
WHO? By Elizabeth- Kent' 300 Pp.
U.J5. O. P. Putnam's 80ns.
Every page of this book teems with In
cidents. Not only does it deal with the
story of a crime such as the ablest de
tective would find It difficult to solve,
but there Is an added mystery concerning
the Identity of one of th principal sus
pects, regarding which the reader's opin
ion will change a dozen times before ar
riving at the truth.
JACK-ONE OF US. By Gilbert Fran-
kau. 14 Pp. $1.20. George H. Doran &
A long narrative poem telling the story
of a modern Don Juan, Mr. Frankan's
ability to write meritorious vers Is un
questioned, but this new experiment is
THE WHITE BIjACKBIRD. By Hud
son Douglas, 366 Pp. $1.25. Little Brown
The opening chapter, picturing a young
girl's perilous position on board an un
kempt little tramp steamer, excites th
reader's interest at once,' and each suc
ceeding page holds fresh surprise. On the
African coast the girl and man meet
only to be swept apart and later drawn
together by her innocent connection with
the stupendous conspiracy , of the Jura
succession. In th boldly fraudulent
scheme which this - sets 1 motion,' the I
chief actors are Jasper Slyne, gentleman
adventurer, with a gambler's blind faith
In ohance, and Captain. Dove of the
"Olive Branch," a strong Individual whom
one Is compelled to Ilk in spit of his!
cold-blooded scoundrellsm. How th plots
of this precious pair are mad to cornel
to naught and th girl i rescued from
their machination is told In a story full
mended as a pleasant means of passing
some otherwise idle moments.
THE BLACK PEARL. By Mrs. Wood
row Wilson. 364 Pp. $1.30. A. Appleton
The Black Pearl Is a dancer, unedu
cated, fascinatingly beautiful, and, as she
herself expresses It "straight." Hei
mother, a former queen of the sawdust
rng, her father, a Spaniard of some
what mysterious tendencies;' a vaudeville
manager, 'a faithful, though unsuccessful
suitor and an Englishman, are, beeldea
the Pearl, the chief characters. There
also appears Mrs. Nltschkan, who, If
memory serves, has had a place in othei
of the author's stories. There is plenty
of humor In the book, and some descrip
tions of the desert and the mountains
Including an avalanche which prove that
Mrs. Wood row knows the locality with
wJUch she deals,
GOOD INDIAN. By B. M. Bower. 372
Pp. $125. Little Brown & Co.
The seen la th Peaceful Hart ranch
on the Snake river In Idaho, where Grant
Ismen, often called "Good Indian," be
cause he Is of Indian blood on his moth
er's side, lives with his foster parent?
and the five Hart boys. At the ranch
appears Johannes Baumberger, a big.
gross-minded lawyer, craftily planning
treachery to his host and a day latei
eight heavily-armed men stake ostensible
mining claims on the Hart ranch. Good
Indian's suspicions onoe aroused, he be
gins looking into things and events fol
MISS 518 AND MR. 37. ' By' Rupert
Hughes, 128 Pp. 76 cents. Fleming H.
Miss 18 meets her "affinity." In this
latest story of how she captured him in
th person of a New Tork fire laddie. No ;
$7, th- author has ' surpassed hlmeeif
Th narrativ Is full of th same charac
ters, humor, department stor lingo and.
vital human Interest as th first work.
MARCUS HOLBEACH'S DAUGHTER
By Alice Jones. 333 Pp. D. Appletoa A1
Co. , --. : i
A story of the Canadian woods, with a
pleasant love tale interwoven. Virginia
Holbeach is an attractive heroine, and ,
her troubles are osrtala to b of interest J
to th average novel reader. . Th pictures
of the northern woods and rivers ar most
attractive. There la plenty of advwtur
in th story, and it may safely, be recom-1
NICKEL PLATE MEN LIKE
The fifteen Nickel Plate officials who
were here recently for their annual con
ference and to get better acquainted with
Omaha, will do more good for this city
than a convention of 300 people, declares
E. Victor Parrtah, manager of the pub
licity bureau. The visitors ar all pas
senger traffic men, who get about a great
deal, are keen to observe things, and who
can spread morr Information than any
other class of men. Indication that
Omaha will he thoroughly boosted Is
found in the letter received by Mr; Par
rlsh from J. T. Calahan. assistant gen
eral passenger agent of Chicago. It fol
lows: On mv return to Chicago it la my
pleasant privilege to write and thank
you for th cordial treatment and enter
tainment of the passenger representatives
ot the Nickel Plate road received at your
hands while In Omaha on October 23
and ft. I .
Th two days spent in your city for
our meeting and the cordial hospitality
extended by yourself and other mutual
friends In Omaha was red letter day and
a bright spot in the Uvea of the pas
senger representatives of the Nickel Plate
road, and one which will, I assure you,
never be forgotten by any on of those
A 'lpr in the Stomach
Is dyspepsia, complicated with liver and
kidney troubles. Electric Bitters help
all such oases or no pay. Try them. GOo,
Beaton Drug Co, Advertisement
Kegolar Price i
It is a set that will delight any man for him
self. ItV not too : early to buy Christmas
presents. Its the big bargain Saturday.
Silver Shaving Set
The shaving set is in a handsome silk-lined
case. The cup is a beautiful sanitary article with
a quadruple silver plate exterior and a quadrupla
gold pUie interior. The brush has a hard wool
handl with a silver plate band. The hairs era
firmly et In the handle so they will not come
out, as :be hairsof a cheap brush do. It will
make an wcellent 'present, or will serve your own
convenient ise if your own shaving cup and brush
are not satisfactory.
A. HO .SIRE CO.
"FRAMER'S CRAFT SHOP"
-. . - t. '
14513 Douglas Street.
'If you don't get Framer's Craft Shop Frames on your
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pictures you are "oi gewug mc imi. ,