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THE OMAIIA DAILY BEE: RATITRDAY, KEPTEMRETC. fln. inns.
I' I Sptclil
GREAT SALE OF A IIIGU CLASS
CHICAGO DEALERS ENTIRE STOCK OF
Brilliant Cut Glass
On of Chicago's greatest dealers in Cat Glaus and Diamonds
went out of the cut class business to devote his time to dealing In
diamonds, firandels made htm a remarkably low offer on hla en
tire stock of cnt glass, which be accepted. Saturday we will sell this
brilliant cut glass at prices never before thought possible.
Thousand Have Admired the Beau
tiful Display of Cut Glas m the
Windows of Mrs. Benson's
This cut glass is the very finest grade
that Is manufactured. All cut on the cele
brated Llbby and Dorfllager blanks in the
latest and most brilliant patterns. Many
pieces are Dorfllnger's oyo make, renowned
for the perfection of its cut. The stock Is
so complete and varied, the pieces so beau
tiful and perfectly cut,' and the prices so
wonderfully low, that, this is bound to be
the most remarkable sale of cnt glass ever
held in this country.
To add to the comfort of shoppers and make selec
tions easy, we have devoted nearly our entire New Annex
to this sale. Never before was there such an elegant dis
play at such wonderful bargains.
Here Are a Few of the Remarkable Bargains
Out Glass Celery Trays, 1 QQ
worth up to $7, at.. i. s,ZJO
Cut Glass Bowls, 7, 8 and 0 inches,
worth up to 110, fg
Mayonnaise Bowls, with stands,
beautifully cut and TOO
worth 7, at ; . . . .J, JO
Ice Cream Platters, Meat Servers,
Platters, etc., worth fiQ
116 to $25, at 0..0
Brilliant Cnt Glass Punch Bowl
and Stand, a $65 CyO
value, at sytj
Nappies, Olives, Jellies and 7C
Fruit Plates, from $1.98 to 1 DC
Tumblers, Wine Glasses, Beer,
Whisky and Lemonade "JQ
Glasses, at tjt
Cream and Sugars, large size,
worth up to $7, at,
Beautiful assortment of Oil Bottles, Water Bottles, Vases, Novelty
Fruit and Flower Baskets in brilliant cut glass at one-half regular
Hand Painted China Salts and Peppers, Sugars and Creamers, ACk
worth up to $2 each, at faC
The finest Hand Painted and Hand Decorated Creams and Td
Sugars, worth $1 and $1.50 each, at JVC
In connection with this sale we offer a new lot of the most
exquisitely moulded Imported Vases, in the daintiest colorings, with
perfectly moulded raised flowers and leaves. All elaborate designs,
priced at sensational bargains.
Such a, Wonderful Opportunity to Buy Cut Glass May
Never Occur AgaJn
H I ILK 1 IJniJ.Za,
OUR NEW FLORAL AND
CUT FLOWER DEPT Annex
BOSTON FERNS Fine large flh
Ferns in pot Saturday in Annex, each .... j
"CARNATIONS IP. I ROSES-Manv t
per dozen WC varieties, a dozen
New Fruit Dept. Annex
15c 20c CT"ZJ'"'- 25c
TOKAY GRAPES A Big Special Opening Bar
- gain at, per pound..
PEACHES 1 c . 7 Ar I California Pears
a dozen IJL."a AUb at a dozen
Three Big Special Bargains
IN DRUG DEPT. ARCADE
.Venetian Scented Sap highly perfumed, all odors 3
cakes in fancy box, always sella for 25c
on bargain square Saturday, at box lUC
Bradley's Weodland Violet Talc the beat of all
talcum powder in glass, tin or paper box,
Always II at 2 Sc SATURDAY
ALBA ROYAL COLD CREAM
Regular 25c jar at
SPECIALS IN CANDY DEPT-Arcade
25 Sticks Candy for 60
Be Packages Oujn for. 60
Salted Peanuts, lb 10c
Home Made Fudge, lb io
Yankee Peanut Candy, lb... 12 Ho
Peanut Taffy, lb ....12 He
Jelly Beans, lb 15c
Chocolate Creams, lb 20o
Cream Wafers, lb 25c
Cream Nut Caramels, lb 25c
Italian Chocolates, lb 40c
Toasted Marshmellows, box...lOo
U-All-No After Dinner Mint,
box lOc and 80c
Peter's Milk Chocolate, pkg. . . 6c
ICE CREAM SODA-In Arcde-5c
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SHEET MUSIC SALE
All Mail Orders Filled -
add 5c for postage.
We Will Not Break Lists.
ICO VISITING CARDS-Ule.l Sljle. Tjpe. a.1 33c.
Under the Anheuser Busclw-Alexander All Aboard for Dreamland
Hannah, Won't You Open that Door When the Frost Is on the
Pumpkin Have You Been Maggie Klley My Pretty Little Klckapoo
uuuiM ocuuiui- iw u si luo did; more Barney
jouy uaron uone, gone. Gone Wedding of
Barney and Bedella She's a Yankee Doodle Girl
Down Where the Sweet Potatoes Grow We'll Pad
dle Our Own Canoe A Wilson High Ball The
Pansy and the Owl Try One Blrdte Medley
Lanclers all for
Free Concert All Day. Come and Hear Your Favorites Played.
MR. T11ER0N C. BENNETT,
The Popular Composer aaJ Capable PlaoUt,
Will alay his Latest Compositions in our Musie Dept
We make a special feature of "Carnival Times" this week Mr
Bennett's latest New York hit. Ask to hear Bt. Louis Tickle played
Mr, Bennett is here for Saturday only.
OUR JAPANESE CORNER Arcade
Hundreds of the newest Jap Novelties dainty ware all priced
at the most moderate figures.
for Boys' Vear
Not the ordinary boys shoes Ui&t
you can buy at any store, but our
epaclsl tl.60 - shoe that we guarantee
to wear as long; aa the ordinary S3 00
kind. We pride ourselves on the shoe
that we sell for boys at H.50.
We use nothing but the best leather
that can be had. Oak soles beet of
uppers and well put together every
pajr guaranteed to be satisfactory.
SATURDAY 18 BOYS' DAY.
Don't fall to bring them In.
Drexel Shoe Co.
1419 Farnam St
New catalogue ready.
MEATS! MEATS! MEATS!
GAME OP ALL KINDS,
Treat your out-of-town visitors to a
nice Sunday dinner.
Murray's Is the place to get the
choicest meats for the least money.
Prime Rib Roast 10c and 80
Sirloin Steak 10c and 8c
Round Steak 10c and 7c
Pot Roast 7c and 6c
Leg of Lamb 8HC
Leg of Mutton 8c
Lamb Roast 6c
CHICKENS We dress our own
SAUSAGE Our own make on
hand at all times. Lowest
P. B. MURRAY
317 South 16th St.
Successor to Murray & Co.
The new leathers and lasts shown In
our street shoes this fall are certainly
a splendid combination of taste and
Oun Metal calf. Manila calf. Chrome
calf and Gnu calf are among the best
of the dull leathers for street wear.
And our new fit. Regis, Critic, Per
fect and Tramp lasts are very cerrect
for style and Just right for comfort.
Shiny leathers of all kinds on new
and correct lasts for both street and
$3.50, $4, $5 1
FRY SHOE CO.
Iff and Dangtas Sti.
Mr. ; Mrs. Morand's Classes
Dancing and Physical Culture
Will reopen for children at "The
Normandle," Park avenue and Paclflo
etreift, Friday, October ftth. 4:16 p. m.
, 12 lt-ssons. K.
Hall, Ames avenue and Twenty
fourth street, Monday, October 2nd;
children, 4:15 p. m; aduiia, I p. m.
12 Irsefins, .
Crelghton Theater Building. Saturday,
September 30th; children beginners, 10
a. m.: advance, J p. m.
Telephone 1041 for terms and particulars
Wheperer you want
somethjn cajl 'Phone
238 and make it
known through a Bee
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Grand Display i Model Hats
FOR THE HORSE SHOW
MECIUM PRICED MILLINERY that conforms with the ideas of
the stylish dresser.
i I N EDS of the most EXQUISITE PATTERN HATS In
II thw .4 beautiful shades of Bronx Green, Brown, Alice
Blue, Grey and Peacock Shades at
$5, $6.75, $8.50 and $10.
QDPPIAI CAI C of Street n1 Readyto-Wear Hats. Our
arLUIAL 0MLL leaders for Saturday, win be sever-
:!w3rrMyS!r!,. S2.50 and S3.25
IT PAYS TO INVESTIGATE. 1508 Douglas St.
for run copies
la tb ralleys of ths GranJ, Gubbimb. NortK Fork sal Rosriag
Fork Rivers and ia tkc Ssa Luis aaJ Uacoaiftkfre Valley,
of Colorado, vsd tk FarBinftoa Jiftrict of New Mcxic. farsaiaf,
etockraifiaf aaa fruit growing are carried ob ia way tkat is s
revelation te the fanner is th sett.
For tkoee wko dei ire to aiske sew hemes, tkere bo other
retfioa tb.t efvere letter advaatefes tkaa wettera Colorado a
' land of klxi kie aad lunkim.. with a tcaaperate amd even climate,
where tks errrwkil. dcaert aeed kut to ke tilled aad watered ia
order to verily "kloetoBi aa tks roes. Several illurtrated pukli
kl. info nation in retf.rd ta tk. .drteulrur.1
kortioultural and live stock interests of this f reat w eat
ers aectipn. kave keen prepared ky tke DENVER.
4f RIO GRANDE RAILROAD, aad ca. ke ok-
. taiaed ky addrcaainf
S.K. HOOPER. G. P. 6 T. A..Dvr.Coro.
' " '' i aaaewmaaw.i 1 1 1 pii.imim hi imm n niin mm urn i 4 i m
in -amiiaiiiii i ! n m i it mi' ' ill an ll
1 1 1 '
rmsT Cans Pov
The idea that an inferior class of people patron.
, Lie the tourist sleepers is an error. On many
trips only the best class of travelers are
found. - They are merely men and women
- of good sense who would rather travel
in this manner and save a snug sum of
money to be used elsewhere. It is begin
ning to be understood that it is by no means
Docessary to spend a large sum of money
in order to enjoy a trip to the Pacific Coast, i
If jou cross the continent In one of the tourist
sleepers of the
You will enjoy your trip and save considerable money
. CITY TICKET OFFICE- 132 1 FARNAM ST.
Desirable Furnished Rooms
MRS. MARY EASTMAN
has taken flats Ml-2413 Capitol avenue.
Newly furnished throughout. Kvery
thlug modern. Rrnted single or en
sulte. Meals If deFired.
G. A. L1NDQUEST CO.
MAKE BEST CLOTHES
FALL SELECTIONS SOW III.
t3S-28 Pastern Block. 'Phone 1891.
Sixteenth and Farnam Sts.
PWhen in Chicago!
Stop at The
rkmT.ai.ei. .leant, qoirti a block to crw a
IWb to Imi tliMiiflf mi aunMeamnui f.rr
E.rt of aboplu- di.tri'-li conv.niful it ja
tir. awiaM ov.Ier t-t boly jrt froia dial
of cii aoiM. Loi'.urd rorarr ( ril'at.o
IumWIxuiI', overlook LV UiriaB
u j 1. I runt Park tli ua liiwniil dalintljul
bMx .11 uauuri VJi tf'un, V ftrlt.,e
MU&ailiuvoua "itla iai i.pli' toum;
.rooJwofk ntaiiovasf I b ri.ti"uli brnjm l-la
T.A in udr. oumiprtai uUiLen. in ...rr
romi baulwl 1 a ronBM IM Baaa of
ewifct. at ummUlw .
MlcBlsaa aaJ farksoa Birds.. Chicas 3
Exponentsof Good Living
28TH AND FARNAM 6T8.
SPRING CHICKENS. Tl
per pound 1.42'
PRIME ROAST BEEF. iOn
per pound iawW
SPRING LAMB LEGS,
per pound 1 1C
SPRING LAMB STEW. -I
per pound C
FRESH VEAL STEW, r
per pound JC
FRESH BOILING BEEF,
per pound JC
We respectfully solicit your busi
ness in Groceries and Meats and guar
antee to execute jour orders to your
entire satisfaction at the least possible
margin of profit consistent lth Qual
ity. Washburn's Gold Medal 'T C
Flour, per sack laJ
Quaker Oats, 7f
3 pkg8. for saaajly
.'sblscos (any flavor J , Ifl
per can IUC
Lipton's Tea. Cft
per pound aDOC
White Clover Honey, ff
per comb lrC
Campbell's Soups, f
i cans for.... mmDC
IN ALL DEPTS.
Xmm HBILIABJl.ai STONM.
The Best of Good Clothing
Copyright I 90 J by
Hart Schiffner & Mux
Clothes that are the acme of
perfection in style, quality and
Hand Tailored Suits In the
most up-to-date styles and ma
$15, $18 and $20
Hand Tailored Top Coats
with quality and style that's
bound to please the most par
ticular. Splendid values, at
$10, $15 and $18
Cravenette Rain Coats If yott
get inside of one you'll keep
warm, dry and look stylish.
"NVe have them in all colors, at
$10, $12.50, $15, $18
Men's Suits and Overcoats
The surplus stock of an east
ern manufacturer, all latest
styles and most popular fab
rics, garments worth up to $18.
2,500 from which to select, di
vided into two lots for tha
great Carnival Sale, at
$7.50 and 10.00
I M y al y y i!j Ik M 1 1iI JI I
I REDUCTIOH III THE PRICE OF GAS
$1.35 Per M.
.10 Per M.
$1.25 Per M.
After October 1st, 1805, the price of gas will be $1.25 net
After October 1st, 1908. tbe price of gas will be $1.15 net
The Omaha Gas Company begs to announce that the
price of gas will be reduced to all consumers ten cents per
one thousand cubic feet on all bills contracted after October
1st, 1905, and payable on or before the 10th of the follo-vring
Bills will be rendered at - -With
a discount of lOo per M -Making
the net price ....
A further reduction of ten cents per one thousand cubio
feet will be made on all bills contracted after October 1st,
1906, payable on or before the 10th of the following months.
Bills will be rendered at - - - $1.25 Per M.
With a discount of 10c per M - - .10 Per M.
vTnTHng the net price $1.15 Per M.
These reductions are made in accordance with the
policy of this company in its endeavor to give to its patrons
the best service at the lowest price.
OMAHA GAS COMPANY
THE BEST ROAD
THE ILLINOIS CENTRAL
ST. PAUL AMD MINNEAPOLIS
Round trip rate $12.50. Tickets on sale daily during
CHEAP HdESEEKERS' TICKETS
on sale every Tuesday to points in Minnesota, North and
South Dakota and Northwest Canada.
Tickets and information at 1402 Farnam Street.
S. IIORTH, DIST. PASS. AGEHT, OMAHA, IIEB.
SCHOOLS AND COM 'CUES.
Qeighion University Rental Cofege,
210 South Eighteenth Street. Omaha. Nebraska.
Session opens Monday, October 2. Infirmary Is open erery day
excepting Sundays and Holidays. Tbe public Is cordially invited
to call and look through this college, which U the most elabo
rately equipped denial college in tbe United States. : : , ;
For catalogue and other Information address
DR. O. O. METZLER. . DEAN.
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