Image provided by: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries, Lincoln, NE
About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 18, 1915)
BARON GEORGE WILIIELM VON BRINCKEN, attache
of the German consul general's office in San Francisco,
now under arrest in connection with bomb plots against
allied munitions ships. Picture made at his wedding, last
Af ' i rA
I'CLOCK UNTIL CHRISTA1AS
Thero are only 0 shopping days left, bo et an early start if
possible but early or late, come here for dependable, deslrablo
Chrlstmai merchandise and unequaled Chrlstrras service.
Fur SetsThe Richest of Gifts
mu KiXp. .vt ",tk ch.n .-m:7
m ITT. - - .
A'iSiJL JU'ZJb. 3
.ttrac ice prices, Is the reason the throngs come
rs anl other Interesting things to see, something
idmlntlon every minute. Everyone grows en
portej dolls and toys, of which they find no
Is b;re taking note of the needs of every boy
Thousands of dolls la such an assembly
as was never seen before In Omaha Katy
w . Kruae Dolls, no two alike In the world. .915
, Character Babies, at 1.08
Non-Breakable Dolls 98c
Doy. Kestner Cork Stuffed Dolls, Ollulold Dolls
nth.' t v;..;.. ......81.08 to S5.00
19161 n fact, every known doll that the little
mlaa might call for.
ter rjMl Buggies, large
or bj; dolls, in naturat
rowr- rubber tires, easy
ig an' Ter7 comfortable
ten TjWlie, "
TJIV. I i!
Aiuiieu Aniuiajs ana ioi
i niiin uuiu
Oanict are pruvlns; big tellers.
ph l Crazy Traveler Lotto
il l H
Uame of sambo
And Our Present Collections Are Especially Noteworthy
These are gifts to be proud of. One who gives fnra from Brandeis Storrs may rest assured that they
will be highly prized and constantly worn. They will bo A pleasing reminder of the douor through years
of beautiful, valuable service. '
Kurs from Brandeis Stores bring perfect assurance as to quality and fashion
carries the broadest guarantee. "Brandeis" means "the best in furs."
Fine Black Russian Pony Set, for- 'a r f
mer price $75.00 ipuV.UU
Fine Genuine Broadtail Set, for
mer priee $150.00. ,
Fine Natural Lynx Sot, former
Fine Hudson Seal and Marten (3 J f f
Set, former price $S5.00 p4".UU
French Conie, Bel
gian Conte, Fox Conie,
Tiger Conie, Sable
Conie Seta. Values to
$6.98 to $12.50
Muffs of the very
newest shape and
styles. In Conie, Opos
sum, Marten, Brook
Mink, Raccoon, Fox,
Beaver, Skunk, etc., at
81.08. 82.06. 85
and up to S49.O0.
Chad's Bath Kobe
Bath Robes, fancy pat
terns, some satin trim
mings. Values to 1125,
Every piece of fur 23 v -wr
iir rt1i.ri.1i. tj Ix. ,
jTtr' la 0r- J JJS
X( and Mat )Sl vi I
m eBg 1
21 1 1
y Sw.at.re V
A'A la a.w vO v-
Fine Nearseal and Civet Cat Set, (f ff
former priee $50.00 aPVeUU
Fine Scotch Mole Set, former priee t j p "kg"!
Fine Scotch Mole Set, former price -5 r gf
Fine Scotch Mole Set, former price d i AA
$08.00 0)49. UU
Brook Mink, Marmot,
Mollne, Sable Opossum,
Gray Fox, Natural
Conie, African Monkey,
Clret Cat, etc. Values
to $39, Saturday
$15.00 to $25
Blanket Bath Robes
Special Lota of Blan
ket Bath Robes for
Christmas, made In the
soft Beacon blankets;
with cords and satin
trimmings; pretty de
' Special Lots for the
Christmas Trad e
Round, square and km
aprons, many trimmed
with embroidery and
lace; dainty and practi
Ilff m I
wMPSIlllffl kj I
4 Box of Hose Is a Very Nice Gift
! Women's Nor
4a fancy plaids
trr tops and
and toes. Pair
Hosiery. In all
signs and plain
color; full faah
loned, wMe gar
ter to pa. double
hcele and toaa
Hose, In plain
and fancy fig
urea, all shades;
and toea, garter
Boot and Fiber
Silk Hoae, fash
ioned and seam
less; b 1 a 0 k,
white and eolora.
pltoad heals and
toaa. Bpecial, pr
Exceptional Values to Blouses for Gift OJyi
Extra Quality Crepe
de China Blouses, lace
trimmed or hand-embroidered
ors, xnalsa, flesh, white,
Dreaey Lace Blouses,
ten new models, some
combined with Georg
ette, others' with fig
tired chiffon. Special
Satur- (f y fQ
Blouses in white, malse
and flesh. About 10 dif
ferent models. Spe-
prlced, at.. $5.00
Holly Boxes Glren on Request
jrday Selling .
Made i'ut Brittle,' walnut, peoaa.
Brai) nut 2PC
rrutt ut Jtoll, full,
: Choflntea. - .
e e as e
Christ) novelties for OlfU and
landsc" filled baskets and fancy
ppreoftive Christmas gifts. All
from o JO pounds. "
The Gift Supreme
There Is Nothing JUST LIKE the PIANO
To Make the Home Happy
0 B-iylYour "1892M
Uwatoua Sauce Pan
til arj tn the most convenient
Great r Omaha eee other artt-
e also. Aluminum make eicel-
ped ;'nuin Lauce ran, ap-
DlnM, ttitxel plated Aluminum,
wme s fee pan you arc reading
Every Day Thereafter for - Years
Brandeis System of Selling
Makes It Easy for You
The Brandeis Idea above all else means giving the most Piano value for the money.' The apply
ing of wholesale methods, of greater number of sales and smaller profits, make this possible.
It it an infallible rule of our Piano and Player Piano department that only instruments of known value
world-wide reputation shall be offered for ale and aomehow you feel a keen satisfaction in buying a Piano or in buying
anything, from the beat houae in the city. A firm with capital and reputation behind it and where you can place the
utmost confidence in what we tell you.
A SMALL 0ASH PAYMENT will send a piano to your home and we will arrange future payments to
suit your convenience.
MAKE YOUR HOME MUSICAL THIS CHRISTMAS
Brandeis Piano Dept., Third Floor
Cll iraa'a W Vk iTO" fJ WWe j Of
Kt tit X4i 17 x tataaay A? Vi Malr YH M.
I'""1. OAW ViataV .,73 I'W. fcalaa, Fw. "j? $Z
irl A Z laarlai 4J iVCV at AU txifi
L?r vr: s&r
"VV sv w.
If llapara, Tl ja
ArJ Bllaaara V1 Vvl
I A VjVmtf R, falra at
1 1 r-rii-j -s a
if BlaaaaaUa lj
c4 riT'i- j3 f(i
jny ' vv (yy (vv i,.B xs, tr.
V M"'f 71 aatf Waal- li , j
lllct f 49c XI
MRS. BENNER PAID
BILLS F0R HUBBY
So Testifies Mn. Edith Taylor in
DiTorce Suit of Mn. Theodora
Van Wyok Benner.
CASE IS PEKDIXa IN OMAHA
Depositions taken In New York In
behalf of Mrs. Happy Theodora Van
Wyck Banner In ber divorce suit
against Fernardo W. Benner, New
York real estate dealer, hare arrived
In the office of the clerk ot the dis
Mrs. Benner, who Is the daughter
of the late Charles Van Wyck of Ne
braska City, former United States
Senator from Nebraska, and who is
well known in social circles of New
York City, baa accused her husband
of non-support and extreme cruelty
and In the depositions four witnesses
give testimony which supports her
Mlaa Louise Taylor, 41 Wast Blxtlath
treat, a lnr, who met Mr. and Mrs,
Banner et Carlton Terrace, two yaari
aio, testified that "It was enough tor
Mra Banner to make a statement for
Mr. Banner to contradict It or criticise It
or rldloule It."
Emeeaalwlr DIaeoartaoaa. .
Bhe described Mr. Banner's treatment
of Mra. Benner aa "executively discourte
ous." Mrs. Edith L. Tylnr, an Intimate friend
of Mrs. Benner. who waa frequently in
her company, testified In a depoaltlon that
Mrs. Banner paid her own bills and Mr.
"Mra Benner even had to pay Mr. Ban
ner's laundry bills." aald the wltneen,
nncl when aha waa away, he had supper
liartlea and ran up grocery and wine
Mr. Benner made fun of Mrs. Benner,
Mra. Tyler testified.
Archtlbald Shaw, principal ef a boyt'
school which Van Wyck, the l-year-oM
son of Mr. and Mrs. Benner attended,
testified that It was Mra Benner who
paid the blUs for bis tuition.
MaiiBtalaael Ow Car.
V Ullam M. Haradon, a garage pro
prietor, saU Mra Banner maintained a
car at ber expense at his garage.
Mr. and Mra Banner were married In
New Tork. October SO, IMz, the wedding
being a notable social event. -
In 190S Mrs. Benner started a suit for
divoroe but dismissed it. July 11, last, she
brought suit again tn Omaha. In an an
swer filed September IS, Mr. Bennor
denied her charges, asserting that such
differences as they had had were merely
the usual dispute between married folks
and that they had never had a serious
quarrel. Although not wealthy, he saU,
ha was able and willing to support his
Chief Dunn is to
Sing at Municipal
Hsnry W. Dunn, chief of police, has
consented to sing next Thursday evening
at the municipal Christ mas tree celebra
tion to be held In the Auditorium. Mr.
Dunn has been active la musical affair
In oonnection with the Ak-8ar-Bea daa
The celebration la being arranged by
City Commissioner Butler and Eunice
Bnsor, supervisor of extension work in
the public schools. The Omaha Musicians'
association will furnish a band. After the
program and distribution to the children
the floor will be cleared for dancing by
the young people.
Santa Claus Headquarters for
Useful Gifts for Boys
A Ul( Holiday Assortment of
Ties Four-ln-hands and Wind
sors, In holiday boxes
at 2Bc and 60c
Initial Belts ot different
kinds, in holiday boiee
at . .85c and 50c
Christmas Shirts and Blouse
Waists, brand new patterns Just
arrived, at 60c and $1.00
Christmas Pajamas Night
3owna and Bleeping Garment.
Bath Ilobea for all age boys.
flannel Blouses and Shirt In
Individual holiday cartons
at 60o to 91.00
Raincoat and Hat Sets, In In
dividual boxes $:i.60
A big assortment of Boys'
Sweaters, In new ahadea. Bala
price 1.00 to $3.60
Tlie Largest and Moat Complete Display of Children's Play BulU
We Have Ever Had For Girls and Boya.
Indian Suits Policeman Suits Pur Chap Cowboy Salts
gqunw Bults Firemen Suite Ertra LJ Gua
Cowboy BulU Boldle, Suite 80? Aow 8u1u
Cowgirl Suite Scout Suite Indian Tente
$1.00 to $3.95
Powered by Open ONI