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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 8, 1913)
TIIK BKE: OM.WIA, SATITtPAV, FEBIir VBT 8, 1913.
Tlio largest aBBortment of Novelty
Valentines and Post Cards ever
shown in Omaha is ready for yoUr
Inspection; many now seen for the
first time. Also novel table decora
tlons, In our Satlonery Department.
On Sale MONDAY 'B.
ins Like These Command the Interest ot Thousands of Buyers
600 Women's and Misses'
Made to sell at
$7.50, $10 and $12.50. . ..
Sph ndid assortment of chin
chilla, plush, pluid face, nov
elty cloth and nil lined blnck
coats good, up-to-dnto, serv
iceable winter clonks, in nil
sizes a remarkable Bpednl-
on Bucoxro Jncoon
425 Womei's and Hisses1
Made to sell at AA
$10.00 and $12.50, atWvU
BrondclotliB serges novelty
cloths smart mixtures, etc.; all
good fall and winter styloB and col
ors that will give splendid service
Oa Btoond Jfloor.
Mesh Bags New Arrivals
5-Inch Frame, German Silver, Unbreakable
Mesh Bags Unlmed, worth (?fl Q
$3.00, at Sl.OtJ
$5.00 German Silver, Unbreakable Mesh
Bags Unlined, 7-inoh fraine, Qf AO
special at . . , . VUiVO
Sm8$m& &7.m Onrmnn SHvnr TVToali Tin on iTl,l
lined, 7-inoh frame, ftyi Aft
iMwyr- snocial at OtO
EXTRA SPECIALS IN JEWELRY SATURDAY
$5.00 Solid gold pendant La Valllleres, new designs, at. .$2.98
Women's $3 solid gold rings, set with all color stones, at $1.50
$2,00 fine gold filled La Vallieres, genuine pearl pendant $1.00
New style hair bandeaux, set with white Btones, at 25c
$1.50 gold filled baby bracelets, special Saturday at $1.00
Now Seed Pearl JewelryBar pins, brooches, hat pins, etc., 5Qg
BOYS' OVERCOATS AND SUITS
ON SECOND FLOOR Old Store
Hoys' $1 and 95 Suits and Overcoat
Boys $7.50 Suit and Overcoat at S3, 08
Boys' f8.R0 and 10 Suits and Overcoat
Boys' Knickerbocker Specials
All the $1.00 Pants at G5d
$1.50 Boys' Serge Pants at 81
1.G0 All Wool Mixture PanU at.... Si
$1.85 All Wool Pants, fully lined... 75
$1 DO Corduroy Pant at 1
FURNISHING GOODS SPECIALS.
Boys 60c and Boys' II and Boya' FUnnel
70c mouses, 11. za uioubo. a 11 1 ris, n t
390 at 7So each
$3.50 Shies at Lt
Ten linos of our regular
$3.50 Shoes which we will
discontinue. You will find a
alt to fit In any one of theso
lines. Hlack suode, patent
leather with, white buckskin
tops, tan. calfskin and dull
leathers; handsome styles In
button or lace,
at. pair vPtOO
Also a apeclal lot of Men's
$3.50 Shoes for S2.G5.
A Great Sale of Hosiery &
Positively the most remarkable bargain lots of women's hosiery of good
quality thut havo been offered in Omaha this season.
Woms 50c Silk Hose, 25c
An exceptional purchase of worn
en's fine black, pure silk ho so
makes this notable bargain pos
sible. All sizes of
50c hose on bar
gain square, hos
25c Mercerized Hose at, 9
Thousands of pairs of women's
seamless mercerized, black hos
iery in all sizes made to sell in
a regular way at
20c and 2oc a pair
on bargain square
.U Htfll 111
Special Hosiery Bargain In Basement
500 dozen black, seamless, ribbed hose for misses and chil
dren sizes are b' to 8 'i: extra specials for Saturday, at
YOUR OHOIOE OF ANY
Girls' Winter Coat
IN STOCK 400 TO CHOOSE FROM
ALL CHILDREN'S AGES, 6 TO 14
ALL JUNIORS' AGES, 13 TO 17
PLUSH COATS CORDUROY
COATS FANCY AND PLAIN
Girls' $ 7.50 Coats, at.
Girls' $ 8.50 Coats, at.
Girls' $10.00 Coats, at.
Girls' $12.00 Coats, at.
WOMEN'S K,no quality of Iub-r,-,
tt rt yt squirm trouB liluflh, made In
rJUUOJCl UUnlB all new styles, and
worth regularly up to $25 and
$27.50, go at
WINTER COATS scores or good,
DEBASEMENT Xt"r K En
cloaks, mado to sell up to $7.50, at P DU
GREAT SPECIAL PURCHASE
AND BOYS' HATS
At less than y2 their value
This purchase includes hundreds of
Men's hats made to sell regularly up
Men's Soft Felt Hats
Men's $3 Imported Velours..
Men's $2.50 Smooth Felt lints
Men's $3 English Stiff Hats..
Men's $2.00 American Derbies
all go in one big lot at
Men'8 $1.50 Stitched Hot
Men's $1.25 Crush Hats
noys' $1.50 College Hats
Children's Felt Hats, various
colors, worth to $2, all go in
one lot at
Women's embroidered linen
handkerchlofH, your first name
In full daintily embroidered In
corner: also women's and Mens
worth up to 2lic
Women's embroidered shoer ba
tlBte and cross barred lawn,
etc.. handkerchiefs', worth up
to IGo. but slightly '71.
mussed, at each "2fC
Misses' and Children's 25c un
dervests, fleecy lined cotton;
also ankle length pants to
match all sizes, pj
basement, at garment. IOC
Saturday Offers In High Class
AT LESS THAN
One-Half the Regular Prices
18 and 20-inch
Puffs, at -
AD e d i u m
Puffs, at -90c
of fino 18-inch
$5.00 valuos at
Hair Dressing, Manicuring, Shampooing and all
Beauty Culture AVork, Second Floor and Pom
Brandeis Stores Omaha
After-Inventory Sale of
all Men's and Young Men's Sizes
Inventory has brought out many lots that we
wish to sell at once. Theso prices represent the
season's biggest actual savings.
Men's and Young Men's $10 and $15
Winter Overcoats, will
go Saturday at
Men's and Young Men's $18 and $20
Winter Overcoats, will
go Saturday at.
Men's and Young n's$25jJV
nvorrnntfrtho season's fl-flrt50 (M?50
greatest offer at.
After Inventory Sale of Men's and
Medium and heavy
weights, up - to - date
Men's and Young Men's $8.50
and $10.00 Suits all sizes...
Men's and Young Men's $12.50
and $15.00 Suits at
Men's and Young Men's $17.50 and $20.00
Suits hand tailored correct
Men's and Young Men's $25 and $30 Suite
finest in the stock,
New lots of men's shirts, all new spring samples,
both negligee and soft collar shirts neat black
and white patterns, plain and pleated CtQn
bosoms values up to $1.25, at OJ7C
All $1.50 anil $2 Men's Shirts except Manhattans broken sizes in all our
highest grade Bhirts, with neat stripes, made of Imported fab- Qn
rlcs, at aOC
25c Silk ami Lisle Hose (seconds) plain colors, at, pair
50c Men's Silk and Knit Fotir-ln-Hand Ties at, each 19 nnd25
25c and 35c Wool and Uslo Hoso
for men, pair 15t$
Way's 40c Sweater Xcck Mufflers at
New Goods from the Orcutt Stock
ARE BROUGHT FORWARD EVERY DAY
Every day we hriug forward new goods from our reserve stock
rooms. The Orcutt purchase was so immense that we offer bar
gains and varieties just as great as on the first day of the sale.
NEW LOTS OF DOMESTIC RUGS
No matter what the sizo or color scheme of your room, we can
satisfy you perfectly from this Orcutt stock.
Brussels Rugs, up to 9x12,
$20 Axminster Rugs, up to
9x12, at $12.98
'36x72 Axminster Rugs, at
$50.00 Seamless Wilton Rugs,
NEW LOTS OF LACE CURTAINS
Thousands of pairs of lace curtains come forward for the first
time for Saturday's selling.
Lace Curtains, worth up to
$3.50, a pair, at pair. .$1.98
$4.50 Lace Curtains, pr $2.98
$6.50 Lace Curtains, Satui-day,
t pair $3.98
$8 Portieres, at pair. . $3.98
NEW LOTS OF ORIENTAL RUGS.
Rich Orientals in every desirable size and color scheme offered
here at prices lower than genuine Oriental rugs were ever be
fore sold in Omaha.
CANDY SPECIALS Pompeian Room
Assorted Cocoanut Kisses vanilla, strawberry
and chocolate, at, lb 15i
Our Pompeian Bitter Sweet Chocolates and
Swiss Milk Chocolates, with fruit and nut
centers, at, lb 29
Delicious Block Walnut Taffy, Saturday at,
lb 25 d
Special Honoy Dew Butter, at. lb 15
Beautiful Valentine Boxes and Novelties for Val
entine parties. Candy Conversation Hearts, Peanut
Hearts and Red Qypsy Hearts.
More than 10,000
large home grown
CUT FLOWER DEPT.
PUOBLBM8 OK ORGANIZED LABOR.
By A. J. Portenar, New York. The Mac
mlllan company. 11.00.
Mr Portenar la not altogether a new
writer on economic topics, having- contrib
uted at one Ume or another to various peri
odicals his views on questions that oon
rem organized labor. In the little volume
be has just published he contributes soma
interesting advice to the trades unions of
the country. Mr. Portenar has concluded
that the labor unions have gathered an
army, but have neither equipped nor
drilled It, and that It therefore falls far
short of Its normal efficiency. To remedy
this defect he proposes several plana
flilet of these Is the extension of the prln
rlpje of co-operation in the industrial
'leld. he contends for Industrial unionism,
'or the provision of benefits, such as
against sickness, death, out-of-work and
old age or disability pensions, the funds
to be provided by the workers themselves,
and for co-operative trading: to 1o away
with hi middlen-un ,U " um on of
syndicalism" and "sabotage." and of the
socialists program for political action is
must nominating, snowing him to be a
more than commonly close reasoner, and
his conclusion are frankly stated. He Is
flatly opposed to the plans that are sum
med up under those general heudlngs, The
attractive quality of his writing Is Its
simplicity and directness, his definite pur
pose and frank conclusions, yet without
any dogmatism. Nor does he delude him
self with the prospect of an economic mil
ltnlum; he has a message to the workers,
whloh he plainly states, knowing, in the
fullness of his experience, that much of
j the seed will fall on stony ground, while
much will be choked by weeds and tares,
THIS STAGE OP KOOLS. Ily Leon
aid Merrick. 381 Pp. 1.30. JJltchel Ken
nerley. A little pang, a little v.e, rule smile,
or a little tear comes at the end of each
of this collection of stories. The title of
this volume Is more cynical than the
stories themselves. They contain many
sudden and swift bitternesses, but it is
the bitter or the tonla which Invigorates.
TUB MINOU CHOUD. By Jo Mitchell
Chappie, m Pp. Jl.a. The Chappie
' I'Ubllahlng company.
I The simple story of a life Just as Its
' events befell, of home and childhood,
school and college, poverty and struggle,
, love ami marriage; of the rift within the
lute, the separation between husband and
wife, and the struggles and triumphs of
an ambitious American girl.
TUB onDKAIJ Ily Charles Kgbert
Craddock, i&l Pp. U.M. J. I), Upplncott
The scene is laid In the Orea Smoky
mountains at th summer bungalow ot
genial Mr. Brlucoe and his wife, whose
hospitable natures place them In a dif
ficult position when two of their friends,
a young widow and a man she Jilted, all
unsuspecting, come to visit them at .the
same time The bungalow Is situated In
a wild location and the developments are
excltnng with the added Interest of an
DOUOUAS. Uy Hiram W. Hayes. 348
Pp. 11.85. The Howerton Press.
The author's aim th telling the story
Is to show how one mortal was rescued
from his fear ot the uncertainties of the
future, Including fear of poverty, suffer
ing and death.
TIIK KEYNOTE Uy Alphonne Chat
eaubrlant. 533 I'p. 11.30. George II.
Upon Us publication In France, under
the title "Monsieur des Lourdlnes," this
novel won for Its author the flnncourt
prlte and much critical acclaim. It tells
the iter' of a Kreneh country geulte-ii-Jii.
of shy. gvutle, Unable nature, !io.
living Isolated from the world because
of his diffidence, has grown Into a pro
found and loving harmony with nature.
A scapegrace, son. living a life of pleasure
In Paris, plunges him Into ruin. But out
of the disaster there comes to htm at
last some recompense In the son's re
morse and the birth In his heart of sym
pathy and affection.
THE COMING OF THE I,AW, By
Charles Alden Saltier. 378 Pp. 1..
Outing Publishing company.
Kent Ilollls. celebrated his arrival In
the western city by knocking down the
biggest man In the place, HolUt knows
not the meunlng of fear and qonttnues to
run the newspaper his father started and
tight for his rights In spite ot the strong
and lawless opposition of the faction
banded against him, The might of the
law Is demonstrated and the arch villain
made to bite the dust after many thrill
NISr PRIU8. By J. C. Browder. 575
Pp. 11.50. The Neale Publishing com-pany.
In viuuhiviv i isvv at, i Ainu ta vf in
the land of quick. fighting men, hlgh
. spirited women and unrivaled horseflesh.
' A l.OYAU t,OVE By Eleanor Atkln
tson. 93 Pp 85 cnts. Richard K Badgr
The love stof of Robert Emmet and
Sarah Curran Is told with sympathy and
understanding. The book Is bound In
green, with shamrocks decorating thu
THE TWO GODS. By Walter 8.
Cramp. S79 Pp. $! niphard G. Bad
ger. A story of love and life In Mohamme
UP IN ABDMIBLAND. By Michael
Barrett. 310 Pp. Sl-23. Bemlger Broth
ers. The scene of this story Is laid In a little
village ot Scotland among simple-living
people. The writer, whose delicate lungs
enforce an Indoor life during the bleak
winter weather, has, at the suggestion of
the pastor, his twin brother, recorded
the doings of the people and, in some In
stances, the story of their lives.
UJIS MORTON'S INVESTMENT. By
Eva Morley Murphy. S3 Fp, 31-2S.
Crane A Co.
This Is a problem novel dealing with
the drink evil. It Is a wholesome story,
and leaves the reader to decide whether
the "Investment" paid.
THE CAVERS OF CKAIU By Thomas
Sawyer Splvey. 807 Pp. 11-36. The Cos
The author goes back many centuries,
4iid through an Intricately woven plot
reveals the emotions of men and women
ot that age.
Pp. 11.30. Harper
Mr. Ogden shows
rich and poor. His
a cross-section of
the financier, the
until tho last.
By G. M. Ogdcn. 3C5
tho inter-relations of
graphic story pictures
life the worklngman,
politician, the artist.
Intrigue, humor and
an outcome uncertain
PALMERS GREEN. By Stewart
Cavtn. S75 Ip. G. P. Putnam's Sons.
A spirited story which threatens
tragedy and ends serenely. The author
evinces a striking understanding of the
complexities of character, and flirtatious
Kitty Is no less convincingly drawn than
the rather- domineeringly affectionate
THE CONTRALTO. By Roger M.
Carew. 333 Pp. $1.35. Richard K. Badger.
The scene Is laid In the south and the
story deals In an Intelligent manner with
the liquor question.
TlitS FORHLOPERS. Bv' I. N, Phlpps.
31 pp. J1.25. The Neale Publishing com.
A ro.tinnce of colonial days. Hcten
( ramlei Is stolen by Indians; after a
tietpcratt chase, she Is rescued by her
frunttc ,OTf , ouly to be accused of prac
ticing witchcraft. Dreadful, startling
things keep happening, but the tale ends
with a proistee of peace.
p?" ii ?EG15- 5,7Jonn 8. Williams. 410
I p. M.W. The Cosmopolitan PrcsB.
Jessie Carlton, a Vlcksburg girl, risks
her life for her country, while her lover
Is with the army n Virginia. With
battles raging about them, the fight be
tween love and duty ends happily,
though not without sacrifice..
RTrEPI5oE1 MBLHEW. By Howard B.
Press. tlSQ- The Cosmopolitan
This account of the evclutlon of
Stephen Mulhew contains a story of
Childhood and Innocence and the simple
Joys of playmate daye, of youth and It3
aspirations and passions, all amid life
oa It was lived In a country village of
southeastern Pennsylvania during thd
few years Immediately following the war
of the 'sixties.
DESULTORY VERSE. By LaToucha
A collection of clever and witty "news
Paper poems," which contains nothing of
heaviness to spoil their charm.
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