Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, February 08, 1913, Page 8, Image 8
TIIK BKE: OM.WIA, SATITtPAV, FEBIir VBT 8, 1913. VALENTINES 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. ALL THE LINOLEUM ORCUTT STOCK FROH THE I On Sale MONDAY 'B. ins Like These Command the Interest ot Thousands of Buyers Special Barga 600 Women's and Misses' WINTER COATS Made to sell at $7.50, $10 and $12.50. . .. $5 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- $5.00 on Bucoxro Jncoon 425 Womei's and Hisses1 Tailored Suits 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 $5.00 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 at $2.50 Boys $7.50 Suit and Overcoat at S3, 08 Boys' f8.R0 and 10 Suits and Overcoat t $5.00 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 at 390 at 7So each 650 Women's $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 iery aisle 25c main ruon. 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 hosiery aisle KAor ri.ooB, .U Htfll 111 9c 5 C Pr 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 5 Pr 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 COATS, ETC. Girls' $ 7.50 Coats, at. Girls' $ 8.50 Coats, at. Girls' $10.00 Coats, at. Girls' $12.00 Coats, at. $3.I 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 $12.50 WINTER COATS scores or good, DEBASEMENT Xt"r K En cloaks, mado to sell up to $7.50, at P DU GREAT SPECIAL PURCHASE Men's Hats AND BOYS' HATS At less than y2 their value This purchase includes hundreds of Men's hats made to sell regularly up to $3.00. 00 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 1 50 Women's embroidered linen handkerchlofH, your first name In full daintily embroidered In corner: also women's and Mens plain hemstitched worth up to 2lic at each 12ic 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 HAIRGOODS AT LESS THAN One-Half the Regular Prices 1 Switches 24-Inch, 2-08., Natural Wavy Switches $ values, Satur day, at $1.85 Switches 18 and 20-inch Fluffy Hair Switches $2 values, Saturday, at 50c Switches 28-lnch Fino Hair Switches $10 values, specially priced at $5.98 Extra large Cluster Puffs, at - $1.98 AD e d i u m sizo Cluster Puffs, at -90c Transforma tions made of fino 18-inch "Wavy Hair $5.00 valuos at $1.98 Sanitary Hair Rolls; all styles specials at 25c, 35c, 50c Hair Dressing, Manicuring, Shampooing and all Beauty Culture AVork, Second Floor and Pom peian room. Brandeis Stores Omaha mm After-Inventory Sale of OVERCOATS 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 $7.50 Men's and Young Men's $18 and $20 Winter Overcoats, will 10 go Saturday at. Men's and Young n's$25jJV nvorrnntfrtho season's fl-flrt50 (M?50 greatest offer at. .$13-$16!! After Inventory Sale of Men's and Young Men's SUITS Medium and heavy weights, up - to - date styles. 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 $5.00 7.50 Men's and Young Men's $17.50 and $20.00 Suits hand tailored correct styles, at. $10 Men's and Young Men's $25 and $30 Suite finest in the stock, at. $13.50-$16.50 Men's Furnishings 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 'sssssssssLHssa sLvY 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 cf' .12Ud 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, at $7.98 $20 Axminster Rugs, up to 9x12, at $12.98 '36x72 Axminster Rugs, at each $2.59 $50.00 Seamless Wilton Rugs, at $29.98 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. Saturday CARNATIONS More than 10,000 large home grown Carnations Saturday, at each 2c CUT FLOWER DEPT. New Books 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. 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