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THE OMATTA DAILY BEE: FRIDAY. DECEMBEB 4. mo.t.
EXTRA SPECIAL BARGAINS IN
Sample Pieces of Blacks from the Customs House
worth up to $1.75 a yd, at 69c and 98c Piece
Here are pieces of fine black silks, running from 1 1-8 to 4 14
yards, many would 'match up for pra IT?
skirt linings, etc this exceptiona
fine lot, today, at, per piece
SOc and 75c VELVETS AT 19c YARD
Corduroys, silk velvets, plush and velveteens,Jn
all colors, 50c and 75c quality, on sale on main
floor, at, a yard
REMNANTS Or SILK VtlVETS AT 49c YD-Fancy panne velvets,
black and colored paon velvets, worth up to A Qri
11.50 a yard, at, a yard - , r -7 w
FINE DRESS GOODS REMNANTS
$1.50 dress goods at 69c yd The highest class cloths,
street costume cloths, also etamines, cheviots,
silk voiles, crepes, etc., taken from our main
stock, 3 to 7 yard lengths, a yard
$1 dress goods at 49c yd 54-in. kerseys, skirt
inter. eassimeres and every style and color of drees goods, 3 to 7 yard
For 50f dross goods.
Thousands f o d 1
IcnirthH. nounU t o
irp vi nn For r,0c and ,ir'c albi1
Intrs. French flannels
etc., in dainty shades.
FamouH traveller's seta of finest cloths,
match for wnlntn and small diess, light
and street colors.
IN BASEMENT SECTION
Manufacturers lot of sampled and part
of waists, embroidered frontB In French
54-lnch cheviots and the finest
all wool ,
Shorter namples pieces,
Fancy Wash Laces, all widths. 2'C 111 d 5te
Fancy Pearl Buttons, assorted sizes,
Special Remnants Sale, Basement
ITI1D aVC-l ISDI EP TAHbC
Coupons Free With Every Purchase.
Tha most liberal and valuatl. tickets ever ftren free. Here are some un
mistakable opportunities. Qrasp them. V
Friday is Remnant Day in the
Linen and Domestic Copts.
23c Sheeting long mill ends yard 15e
18c Pillow Casing long mill enda yard 10c
SJc Heavy Indian Head Brand, yard wide Muslin
long mill ends yard 5c
10c Snow While Cambric full piece yard 6jC
5c Cotton Toweling full piece yard ' 2C
12Jc White Goods, Leno Stripe and Check Nainsooks
full piece at, yard . 5C
500 BEMNANTS OF TABLE LINEN, FROM 1 TO 3
YARD LENGTHS, AT LESS THAN HALF REGULAR TRICES
Great Holiday Clearance Sale of
COMMENCING FRIDAY MORNING. WE WILL CIOSK OlT ALL FLANNEL
ETTES, PERCALES. OUTINGS. WOOL PRESS GOODS, ETC.. IN ORDER TO
MAKE ROOM FOR THE LARGEST DISPLAY OF HOLIDAY GOODS EVER
BROUGHT INTO THE CITY. READ CAR KFULLY THE FOLLOW ING PRICES
AND SEfcJ IF THEY WILL NOT MAKE 1A8T WORK OF THIS STOCK.
$1.50 VALUES Hundreds of remnant of
high grade novelty dress goods AQc
worth up to ILK), per yard
9Sc VAl.f'RS-Hundred of remnants of
astrnkhan, all wool slbellnes, Scotcli mix
tures, all wool voiles and French nnd
German plaldsworth. lOo
up to Sc per yard JW
19o VALUES Thounands of remnants of
the best French and German fleece lined
flannels. In cotton, fleece lined piques,
Venetian arnl madras waistlngs, Scotch
zephyrs and apron ginghams, and the
best 36-Inch percales. In light and dark
colors worth up . ICin
to Iftc per yard IVW
Km VALUES-Thousands of remnant of
Imported percales and madrasses, KR In.
wide, all medium light colors, etru
heavy fancy sephyr walatlngs, double fold
percales In medium and IlKht colors
mercerised skirt linings, black salines
and Eclipse and Uenore flunnelettes
worth ui to 15c 7 Ac
12'ic VALUES Tluusands of remnants of
wllver gray rephyrs. seersucker and
Scotch plaid ginghams. Royal piciues, In
stripes and figurm. Pacific waistliiKs. robe
prlntn. 36-Inch percales, heavy French
flannelettes worth 5Lf
up to J24o per yard
0,4 VALUES Thousands of remnants of
prints, in light nnd medium colors, in
Rklrtlng and dress de- flic
Blgns worth 6Vtc per yard "I"
Gift Coupons with Every Purchase.
To make room for Holiday Goods.
Wide all wool faced
eider down flan
yard . .
the 12 I
tjket weave waist-
ine i tir I I Intra, worth nnir.
to 85c yd, at
Yard wide com
at per Cp
yard . ... Jw
Mercerized black dress
sateen and Farmer's sat
In, the 40c kind, flRr
Wool dress goods,
lonr mill remnants.
worth 1 5c p
t, per. yard U3V
Table linen remnants,
bleached, unbleached ,
turkey red, etc, at
big bargain prices.
the 10c kind. fC
Fleeced Back Wrap
per Flannel, Q I p
it yard carpet sam
pies, velvet, Brussels
etc., worth to RQr
I. SO, at each J J 11
: ..WATCHES.. 7.;' ' :
, ' Our stock of watches comprlxes a very fine, and complete assortment in all sites
and grades. Anyone's taste can easily be s ulted. And we guarantee tna prices as
well aa the quality will be made right. S ee our goods before buying. "H e might
save you money.
K E. FLODMAN & CO., Jewelers, fffftif'
fPEt-IAI KXt t HMO
T Oklahomn, Indian Territory nnd
' Teaaa Itereraber 8 Via Hock
Island Nyaent. -
Ttatea as follows: To Oklahoma and In
dian Territory points, lls.85. To nearly all
points In.soutlioriv Texan.' $18.86. To points
on Rock, inland Bystem Kl Taso division
In Te:a and New Mexico, $23.R5. To points
on El I'aso northeastern system sooth of
Alamogordo, New Mexico, Including
Demlng and El Taso, Texas, $30.36.
Bend for Rock Island publication, "Okla
homa." A postal curd will bring It free.
For further Information call or write F.
P. Rutherford. P. P. A., 1E3 Farnam
street, Omaha, Neb. v
Announcements of the Theaters.
Johnstone Bennett Is scoring well In her
sketch. "A Quiet Kvenlng at Home" at the.
Orpheum thla week. There will be Just
three more performances of the present bill,
tonight and Saturday matinee and night.
The next attraction at the Boyd theater
will be Herrmann the Great, who will open
n engagement of thrse-performancea with
a matinee on Sunday afternoon.
"The Chaperons," the big musical comedy
that oens at the Krug theater next Bun
day matinee, la assured of large audiences,
for the advance sale of seats la very heavy.
About sixty people. Including a big beauty
chorus, axe engaged In "The Chaperons,"
but the Krug theater regular , scale of
prloes will prevail.
Great Annual Book Knntner.
The First Annual Book Numl.er of The
Bee will be Issued Runday, iMcember 8.
To Insure rwelvlng a copy order now.
Five cents a copy.
Card ef Thanks.
' V?e desire to extend our heartfelt thanks
to the friends and neighbors who, by their
ympalhy and act of kindness,, helped us
through the suxpense and sorrow of the
udden death of our beloved son and
MR. AND MR8. W. 8. MISTER AND 818
Horse covers miiit to nt your horse.
Omaha Tent and Awning Co., 11th and
For cold, tired feet, at
1517 Douglas St.
Men's tfh Women's
Hew Mfl MM "ew
Styles, UmKjKJ styles,
New CI! nE6 New
Leathers. Ui.Ut-U. leather
Women's Kelt Shoes
Lined, and wnrm lined
Children's fur trimmed
5 to 8Vj...
Men's high top pressed
felt aole Mhoes
rul)lMr UntHl '
1 pnekuge corn starch
21 lbs. Oranulati-d Hugnr for...
W bars Best I.a.indry Soap for
20 !1. cack Pure iJruham Hour for Tic
I arge sack White or Yellow Corn Meal
6 lbs. Mood Japan Rice l!c
6 lbs. Hand Picked Navy Beans 19c
B :bs. Tnpioca, Sago, Barley or Farina lc
li lbs. Breakfast Rolled Oafs.. , IHc
4 bs. Uried IJma i Beans 19c
4 gallon can Fancy Table Syrup 19c
2 11. package Oclf-Rlping Pancake
1 lb. package Condensed Mince Meat Vic
1 lb. tackage Imported Macaroni TVfcc
Force, Visor. Vim. Nutritla. Malta Vita,
etc., per package IVgC
I -ir,. T I , H ii n Prims, irti I- IV.
Fancy Mulr Peaches, per lb 8 l-3o I
New York Evnporated Apples, per lb I l-3o
Fancy Cleaned Currants, per lb 9c
1 lb. cans Assorted Roups 6o
Fruit Puddlne. Bromungelon or Jelly
con, per package 70
8 lb. can Boston Baked Beans 8 l-3c
3 lb. can Solid Packed Tomatoes 10c
2 lb. can Karly June Pens 7'4u
2 lb. can Wax or $,r,ng Beans 7tjO
I. X. U. Celluloid, Elastic or Electric
Starch, per package
FRESH FRUIT SPECIALS
Fancy Bweet Florida Oranges per dox
Fancy Bellflower Apples, per dox
Choice Hallowe'en Dates, per lb....
Fancy Virginia' Peanuts, per measure
Large, Juicy lemons, each
California Figs, per package
Best Three Dollar
Specials in the West
T. B. Worris?
1517 DOUOLAS ST.
Wo (lv Oreen Tradlne Stamps.
160 Pag-es of Text 32 In Color
100 Illustrations 12 Short Stories
M.IX F1WS-STAIDS. PKICI IS Ceats
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
Write for a lanpU Copy."
MEN'S AND YOUNG MEWS
SUITS AND OVERCOATS
We purchased 200 Suits and Oyetv
coats from the well known house of
L, Abt & Sons, Chicago, "Hand Finished
Clothes," "Union Made'
WE PLAGE OH SALE FRIDAY
AMD SATURDAY v
Suits that were made to retail up to
$22.00 and $25,00, ifj XSLC
QUICK SALE price li.xJJ
Have you Suit or Overcoat buying in
mind? Here's your opportunity. SEE
Dutchess Trousers, 10c a button $1.00 a
rip, "Pure Worsted Trousers, "Ofc
worth S5, Quick Sale Price,
A WATCH FREE with boys' Suits,
Overcoats, $3.45 and upwards.
New Line of Boys' Overcoats Just Received.
-ui inM.ii.i.s...i-i. it.svni'.A'A-1'iiiasi
Clothing for Boys,.
FIVE HUNDRED STURDY SUITS FOR
BOYS, AT $1.85.
There Is a savins; of one-third to one-fourth on evsry one In the lot.
We bought thsm much under price, from a maker who needed
the cash more than the clothes. We live you the benefit of the
saving;. Bplendld pattern double breasted
and Norfolk styles, at the low pgure of
Overcoats for the Boys.
At 13.00 We are showing a strong line of overcoats made of high-grade
kerseys, cheviots, Irish frleaes and fancy Scotch overcoatings. Thfy
are cut In medium and long lengths eome with belt back and
others ith full box. These coats ar. considered by clothing ex
perts aa the greatest values
of the season at
Overcoats for the Largest Boys, 15 to 19
Years, ai rpa.uu
Made of kerseys, cheviots, meltons, Scotch overcoatings and neat fancy
mixtures belt or without -Just as you choose the best part of the
ctory Is, they are $7.50 values
. . i i
iiiiiiiiiiiii i iiihiiwsiii miiiii mi i i urmi nun " h
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A new, thoroughly reliable (350.00 1
Upright Piano, of the latest model,
large size, Is now flrst offered for
This Instrument insures years of sat
isfactory use, as the Schmo'ler &
Mueller guarantee, as well as the
maker's goes with it. Another new
model. In mahogany case, parlor sle,
fully warranted, goes for only
A neat, attractive case. In walnut, la
offered for Just one-half Its usual cost
A, small upright, mahogany case,
All will be sold on our easy terms
35.00 A MONTH
In addition to these spe
cials wo have a whole floor
full of used squares at $10,
$18, $27, up to $50, and used
uprights at $33, $70, $105,
up to $148.
Out of town purchasers
should write at once our
guarantee is, "Money back if
you are not satisfied."
MAIN HOUSC AND OFriCI! 1313 fARNAM
! S. 11TH T;
CO. BLUFFS, I
Mrs. J. Benson
We are showing the best line
of Silk I'etticoats for the money
that is made. !
Colored Silk Petticoats, wide,
with deep, full flounce, tucked,
drop and dust ruftle. Price, $G.87, $7.50, $S.73, $0,75, $10.75,
$12.50, $15.50, $17.50. j
Silk Moiven Petticoats, very popular, Mack $2.87, $0.73,
$1.23. $3.25. .Colored, $4.23 '
Iteautlfu! Skirts, merceri zed and pretty as silk, $2.25 up;
extra wide, $2.87. Mercerized Skirts, $1.00 up..
Your Vacant Room
Ua't It pretty poor economy to let your room
Every day It might be earning for you two or
three times the cost of renting It through a Bee
Want Ad. s
There are thousands who read the want pages
dally as a matter of habit Tho look there beiore
they go room hunting. But Just now, during The
Bee Quotation Contest, almost everyone Is reading
the want pages word by word.
Ten words three times for 30 cents.
Tel. 238. Bee Want Ad Dept.
The OMAHA-SOUTH OMAHA drug com
bine is busted once more; the leader. (T) In
the retail trade are again DISAP-I-OINTKD.
very much DiSAPPOINTKD
because wo WON'T DO AS THKY SAY.
W. think we will run our two store, our
way-so! This list of NKW, DECIDEDLY
NEW riUCEB, are good until Fl'RTHEK
NOTICE. Of courso. we anticipate some
of the WOULD-BE CUT-PRICE drug
stores will attempt to follow suit, but we
have JUST THIS TO SAY WE WILL
NOT BE UNDERSOLD.
$1.00 Peruna 61c
J1.00 Pierce'. Remedies 63c
35c Caatoria genuine tic
5oo Syrug of Klgs genuine SM
35c Mennen's Talcum Powdrr lUc
$1.00 Newbro's lierpkide 64c
$1.00 Kilmer's Swamp-Root Mc
$1.00 Ayer's Hair Vigor We
Sue Doan's Kidney Pills 38c
$1.00 Llsterine Mu
$1.00 Uromo-Seltirr 64c
Of course, these will be lower BOON.
VRY SOON, but why? 'Cause we busted
up the bunch see?
26o Carter's Little Liver Pills 12c
lie Cutlcura Soap 17c
$1.00 Plnkham'. Vegetable Compound STc
$1.00 Wine of Curdui Oc
$J.u0 Succua Alterans $1.38
tl.SO Fellows' Syrup Hypophosphltes St&c
$1.00 Orrlne want it? 7c
2cc Westmal'a Coldoids 15c
$1 .00 Her s Mult Whisky 83c
$1.00 pure Canadian Mult Whisky 75c
$1 if) Duffy'. Malt Whisky 75c
jiint watch 'em bounce now w. told you
they would, and didn't they?
Thl. is only th. third drug combine we
b.ive busted. ...
E. T. YATES. Prop.
HI T V ATFfl
l(h and Chicago (U., Omaha. 'Phone.
747 and 77. Uih and N fits., tkiuth Oiaaha.
'Phoo No. L Ail goods Uiiver4 any
la aaiaer eiij.
For Menstrual Suppression-
MlMil ksua. I. HMIi Oouhi br Unau
A Mammoth Purchase of Women's
Goats, Suits and Children's Cloaks
We have just made a clean-up purchase of the Chicago
Novelty Cloak aud Suit Co.; one of the largest manufac
turers in the country of riiedium high class cloaks and suits.
This purchase includes over three hundred suits and
over live hundred children's and ciisses' and women's
cloaks. There is not one rubbish garment in this lot;
every one is perfectly made of good material and this sea
son's styles. We can't give all prices, but here is one of
each class; judge by these what the rest must be and come
Friday morning and see them.
Women's Coats, fine kersey or zibeline, all col
ors, worth $7.50, for
Women's Suits, all colors, line serges and chev
iots and Venetians, cheap at $13.50, only . .
.Misses' Coats, noby rtyles of line zibeline,
ages 12, 14 and Hi, worth $7.75, for.
Child's Coats, fine boucie cloth and braid trim
ming, v.orth $3.75. it t r.
This sale commences Friday morning and continues
until the stock is sold. . , '
To make thin gale sharp, short and effective e give DOUBLE
OREEN TRADING STAHPS Mlth each sale.
EXTRA BARGAINS FOR FRIDAY
A UK! TAHLK FULL OF FINK MtiKCEHlZKD WHITE
WAlSTIXGtJ in short lengths, worth to H '-SZr
per yard while they last, only, per yard wOL
A -MO TABLE FULL OF FINE FLEECED WKAITEK,
KIMONA AND WALSTINO FLANNELS, also
Danish Cloth, worth up to U5e er yard, at, yard. . . O w
A HIU TABLE, FULL OF VERY FINE WOOL D1JESS
GOODS, lengths for waists, skirts and children's dresses
will be sold for less than one-half the manufacturer's cost.
A BIO TABLE FULL OF BEMNANTS of line silks, suita
ble for waists, linings and trimmings, will be sold at less
than one-half price.
A BIG TABLE FULL OF FINE ALL LINEN TABLE
NAPKINS all hemmed ready for use, small Ol
red striped borders, only, each , . . . 3
FBOM 8 to 9 IIOUBLY SALE FRIDAY We will sell
10c and 15c outing flannels, plain and striped, Or
for, per yanl ,
FliOM 9 to 10 IIOUBLY SALE FBI DAY We will sell
worsted plaid dress goods, double fold, worth
15c per yard, at, per yard ,
FBOM 10 to 11.IIOUBLY SALE FRIDAY We will s. H a
Very heavy all linen table napkin, in the dice "t "t f
patterns, worth $1.50 per dozen, for, per dozen. . V
FBOM 11 to 12 IIOUBLY SALE FBIDAY An extra heavy
.Turkish bath towel, extra size, worth 35c, 1 7f
a A V
A Diamond of Quality
Is a continual source of pleumira to the owner nml
the priri'S wo mime leave no Inducement for anyono
to buy an imperfect gem. Inspection Invited.
A FOUNTAIN PEN
r a (tentleman or lady makfs a mors acceptable
t'lirlHtinua Kill thmi you would flrst think. A nwn
hIv ays uses his fountain pen and we -1tnd. as a rule,
.l,..m . anw nthitr 1IH thftV Mm ulWkVH
ready for use II. II. Si. 1 1 60. A Waterman. tlM. 3.o. if
6.-;Bold mounted S to 110 Look for the name.
S. W. LINDSAY, Jeweler and Optician.
W tdUim 5llver-
The kind that will last
we have lor hum
Wliitlim Towle LlurKlil
. and ot her makes I At.
L US HhoW it tli OLL
22 K Gold Crowns.
U 50 up.
1 50 up.
BAILEY, THE DENTIST. K
Ird FIAMJK. 1' AX TON BljOCK.
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