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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 6, 1906)
THE OMATT.V TVTLT BEKi SATTHPAY. .TANTATJT T?.
Each day's sales hove shown marked incrense of interest in this great bargain
event. Every day sees new bargain surprises.
Saturday's bargains are truly phenomenal. Don't miss them.
reat January Cleansi
I Sale Bargains
soc Neckwear, 10c
Saturday w plac on ile great -aortinent
of ladle' fancy Ktoc-k Col
lars. Turnover. Tube. Jet and seT-rn'
other etrlea of new Neckwear. wwtr
from 20c to 60r. nil at one A
price, for this Bale, choice 1UI
25c Windsor Ties, 10c
20c Toraorer Collars, If
25c Collar and Cuff Seta, 1flr
ROc Collar and Cult Beta, 1fl
60c Tab Collars, f f
60c Stock Collars, each 10c
60c Jet Collars, each 10c
Orestest Neckwear bargain of th entire
Saturday Shoe Sale
600 pairs Men's Crown Sample Shoes . . . .$1.96
540 prs. Women's $1.50 Dos go a lace shoes. 98c
3f0 prs. Misses' $1.50 Dongola lace shos. . .98c
200 prs. Child's $1.50 Dongola laoe shoes. .98c
Women's $1.00 far trimmed Juliets 69o
Women's $1.50 fur trimmed Juliets 98c
Men's and women's 50c plush and felt slip
pers, at . , 39o
Women's, misses' and child's Jersey Leg
gings, at 69c, 49c and 39c
All rubbers and overshoes at LESS than
any other store in Omaha. Agents for the Stet
son and Crossett Shoe for men. Union madi
and for th price the best that money can buy.
THE RELIABLE STORE.
We find on hand eighteen or twenty Mattresses, mostly full size. Cotton
Tops, Cotton Top and Bottom, and Cotton Combination. These were slightly
oiled In shipping, and we offer them at $1.60 each. This is part of our annual
clean-up and the price Is very low for aucb mattresses.
Come early If interested.
Grand Opening of Hayden's 5c
and 10c Dept. Saturday, Jan. 6
Largest and most complete stock of f-cent and 10-rent
articles In the wesi. We are going to make thle depart
merit a sp"c!al feature and to introdttce our big R-cent
j and 10-cent stock, we are going to give the people such
big values for their money that you cannot afford to miss
this grand opening sole In Qmniteware. Glassware,
Chinaware, Stoneware, Woodenwar, Hardware, Tin
ware, Brushes. Notions. Wire floods. Soaps. Perfumes
and thousands of other articles too numerous to mention.
This stock Is entirely new and up-to-date. Don't for-
get the opening day Saturday, .innnary 6th.
Come Kurl. Ilascment Annex.
50c Silk Veilings, 7c
Inventory finished we find a great
many odd pieces of fine silk veil
ings, worth regularly from 25c to
,Mc per yard. The entire lot will
be placed on sale Saturday morning,
at, choic e, per 7 'n
Ladies' Hand Rng .lust a smnll
lot, which to close quickly, we offer
at the following pricus Smurdav:
$2.00 Hand lings, J QQ
$1.60 Hand Bags. 7 Cn
I 76c Hand Bocs.
Watch nl1.r Papers for Onr irr
January KlblNin Sale.
Big Sale of llmbroldi-ries Monday.
Grs Furnishing Bargains Saturday
MeiTa Shirt and Prawem Fins all
wool garments. In grey, scarlet or
camel a hair, worth regularly np to
$2.00, special. at par gar- Cgg
Men's Wool fihirU and Drawers In
plain or fancy colors, very heavy
quality, regular $1.00 and $150
values, at, per gar- 75f
Men's Shirts and Drawers Heary
fleece lined, worth double, ?C
special at 4 5c, 86c and
Men's Madras Shirts In great assort
ment of neat patterns, worth up to
$2.00. In three lots, at
$1.00, 60c and tJ
Men's Wool Hose Regular 25e and
60c values, at the 5C
Heavy Wool Sweaters In white, blaok
or fancy colors, that sold up to
$6.00, in two lots, at 1 QQ
$2.0$ and I.JO
Boys' Heavy Woolen Sweaters In
plain and fancy colors, at Cfl.
$1.00, 75c and JuC
Mrn's and Boys' Mittens In calfskin
... . . i . . -
or horseaiae, wooi iinea, worm
regularly up to $1.00, In
two lots, at 60o and iJv
Dress Gloves and Mittens In great
variety, exceptional values, Cf
at, $1.60, $1.00, 76c and... JUC
W. B. Fancy Broche Corsets In long
or short hip models, worth up to
$2.00, special Satur- 98 C
The Kabo Cornets and Ball's Corset
In all the newest models, i no
at, up from I.U l
Nemo Self-Reducing Corsets Specially
adapted for stout figures, Fft
great value, at .,DJ
Special attention given to fitting.
Ladles' Heavy Fleeced Hose That
sold at 19c. 25c and 35c,
Saturday 26c, 16c and 1;C
Misses' and Boys' Hose Heavy
fleeced, regular 26c 1 C
quality, at IJC
Misses' and Boys' Shawknit Hose
With double knee, heel and toe,
26c and $35c quality, f P
Ladles' and Children's Leg gins On
sale at 39c, 25c 1(1
Hardware, Stoves and Housefur-
nishings. Great Reductions on Sleds
All 26c. 30c and 35c f t
Slods. at I-C
All 60c and 60c Sleds, 35c
All 7f.c. R5c and $1.00 Sleds,
3-tie Carpet Brooms, 15c
8-C rawer Spice Cabinet, 49c
Mcrtice Door Locks,
ftoMd Steel Claw Hammers,
Set of 6 Table Matta,
Spring Mop Sticks,
Henls Fruit Press,
Enterprise Food Chopper,
Special cut price on all Base Burners
and Large Heating Stoves.
The Big Meat Section
Pork Loins, per
Round Steak, Q
per pound O4C
Corn Beef, per
Saving your money when
buying from us.
Tremendous Bargain Opportunities
Saturday Our In Great Half Price Sale
of Ladies' and Children's Garments .
Our Cloaks Department has been the scene of great business activity during the past ten
days. Never before have such great values been shown; never before ha the interest been so
great. Don't fail to see our Saturday offerings.
Women's $10.00 Coats,
Women's $15.00 Coats,
at rr. . .
Women's $20.00 Coats,
Women's $26.00 and
$30.00 Coats, at. . .
Women's Suits that sold at $16.00.
$20.00, $25.00 and $30.00 go in
this sale at $15.00, 7 PA
$12.50, $10.00 and I.JU
Women's Fur Coats and Cape6, in
Astrakhans, Beavers, Seals, Krlm
mers, etc., all go at Jnst Half IYlce
Women's $6.00 and $6.00 Fur Scarfs,
in great assortment of l no
styles and furs, at .JO
$10.00 and $12.00 Fur Scarfs, greatest
variety, best valuea ever
GREAT SALE OF CHILDREN'S
Children's Coats, odd lots and broken
lines, worth regularly up to $6.00,
go In this sale, at, 1 CI ft
Children's Coats, worth regularly up
to $8.00, on sale Satur- T QO
day, at J.JO
Children's $10.00 and $12.60 Coats, in
great assortment, ages 6 to 14
years, special Satur- 4 98
Children's Wool Dresses, worth regu
larly up to $5.00, in two en
lots, at $2.50 and l.JU
AH Opera Coats and Evening Gowns
go at JCST HALF PRICE
Women's Waists, in Henriettas. Nun's
Veiling and other fine materials, all
the new styles and shades, worth
up to $6.00. . f)g
Women's $6.00 Eiderdown
Bath RobeB, at
From 8 Till 11 A. M. $5.00 Silk Un
derskirts, in black and QO
colors, at JO
From 8:80 Till :80 A. M. Flan
nelette Dressing Sacques, 25c
From O Till 10 A. M. $2.00 Elder
down Dressing Sacques,
From 9:80 Till 10:80 A. V. $1.60
Moire and Sateen Under- T7Q
skirts, at I C
AN OLD-TIME WRAPPER SALE.
Saturday Evening From 7 Till 8:80
Women's Wrappers In great assort
ment, regular $1.25
Great Money-Saving Grocery Sale
Reducing our stock
21 pounds Pure Cane Granulated
Sugar for $1.00
7 pounds Fancy Hand Picked Navy
Beans v . .25c
8 pounds Breakfast Rolled Oat
10 pounds best Granulated Corn
48-pound sacks Fancy High Patent
Minnesota Flour $1.25
2-pound can Fancy Sweet Sugar
2-pound can Fancy Wax or String
2-pound can Fancy Lima Beans.. O He
8-pound can Fancy Table Syrup. .7 He
1-pound package Mincemeat 8c
Jello, Jellycon or Advo Jell, per pack
Oil Sardines, per can,,,. 2H
1 dozen packages best Parlor
Matches' ." , v 12c
The best Soda or, Oyster Crackers,
per pound 6c
The best Crisp Ginger Snaps, per
16-ounce can Condensed Cream.. 7Hc
Xcelo Breakfast Food, per pack
age 7 He
1-pound Alaska Salmon 9c
Tea and Coffee Hale.
Choice Tea Sittings, per pound. . . .10c
Fancy Sundrled Japan Tea. per
Fancy B. F. Japan Tea, per pound. 29c
English Breakfast. Oolong or Gun
powder Tea, per pound. 35c
Choice Santos Coffee, per pound.. 15c
Fancy Maracalbo Blend, per
pound 17 He
Porto Rico Blend a fine drink per
We have Just received our first car for
this season of Fancy Highland Navel
Oranges. These are very fine,
sweet, Juicy, and rich flavor Sat
urday on sale at. per C
Honey. Honey. Honey.
New Colorado White Clover Honey,
per rack 12 He
Ladies' Underwear Bargains Saturday
Ladies' Vests and Pants All wool, in
grey or scarlet, regular Cfl
$1.00 values, at DVC
Ladies' Wool Union Snlt Heavy rib
bed, all sizes, $1.60 values, PA
Ladles' Union Suits Fleece lined, rib
bed or plain, good $1.00 TO
values, at 49c and JJC
Ladles' Vests and Pants In silk and
wool, regular $1.60 values, QQ
in this sale at JOC
Ladies' Ontltig Flannel Gowns In all
sizes, made extra long and full,
worth fully double Satur
day's prices 98c, 76c and. . TC
Ladies' Vest and Pant Heavy fleece
lined, worth double, In three lots,
at. per garment. 60c. 39c
Children's Vests and Fanta Heavy
fleece lined. In all sizes. IQo
great bargains, at J
Children's Union Suits All wool gar
ments. with drop seat, come in all
. sizes, regular $1.60 valuo, 7C
at 98c and
Ladies' All Wool Union Suit la
black grey or white, garments that
sold regularly from $2.00 to $5.00.
all go at one price. Satur-
Ladles' Underskirt Jersey ribbed
and heavy fleece lined, lQp
great bargains, at JJ
We will offer for our Saturday selling the greatest bargains
of the season. We must now begin to make space for the arrival
of our spring goods. Hence thete prices will prevail:
Hats worth up to $3.50, 7 C n
Hats worth up to $2.50, y C n
The entire stock of our fine Trimmed Hats with f2k98
the exception of a few dress hats will be put
on sale at choice (no reserve)
hats and Caps
Our entire stock of Men's and Boys' Winter Caps will be on sale SatuN
day at sweeping price reductions. All the season's latest styles are shown.
Men's $1.80 and $2.00 Brighton, Golf or Yacht Caps, In blue or ORf
black, at. choice.
Mrn's 75c and $1.00 Caps, in fine Scotch mixtures, great snap, 49c
Children's Knit Tains, Angora Tarns, Wool Shrunk Tarns and 1flf
Tourist Yacht Caps that sold up to $1.00. at. choice ...1UI
Men's Soft Felt and Derby Hats, In black and browns, all the latest I QQ
blocks, $3.00 and $2.50 values, Saturday, at . JJ
The Celebrated Stetson Hats. In all the nowest shapes, at $5.00, Z C A
$4.00 and Mtt
Don't Miss Saturday's Bargains.
We have revolutionized this department by placing Dr. W. E. Flick, one
of the most scientific, painstaking and reliable Graduate Opticians to be found,
In charge. He has had over seventy years practical experience, guaranteeing
im perfect results by his method of fitting glasses as can be obtained anywhere.
at the lowest possible prices
DON'S REVIEW OF TRADE
Annual Settlsmen'i Promptly Made and
Inveatoriei Show Satisfactory Results.
FACTORIES ARE BOOKED FAR AHEAD
There Will Us Little Idle Ma-lilnrr
lu 1IMMI Inleaa Order Are (at.
t'l-llvd Hallway Earning:
NKW YuRK. Jan. ft. R. t. Dun ro.'s
Pkly revlww of trudp tomorrow will nay:
Urmtit- weather and the riistumuiy lif-llculti.-n
rnr-nuntercil In resuming normal
cnndlilnns aftrr a lengthy In. Inlay have i-mrl.-leil
ni.'ratliniH during I lie past week
er rlnlly In retail and Juhliing departments.
The ittlH.Him iu relli.eAil In a,.,,... uu.. I...
leHiHti. e hhIok of heavyweight wearing an.
Il.u,... .U .. ... ., , -
eieainiH-e hhiob or nravy weight wearing u
purr! and there ih a good demund fi
Maple line of foodstuffs, while prices ai
li.'ilnulii..rl a ...... ..... ... ... .
in. ... . in mi. iiiai iiiiiiKieiw r in evi
dently unshaken. Annual settlements are
promptly muds and Inventories show the
favorable results anticipated. In some, parts i
o wie country it is Impossible to nil or
ders for lumber and building materials,
open weather making structural work an
Unusual feature for the; season. Munufao
turniK plants are resuming, advance or
der assuring uctivity for some months In
most cases, and in many divisions of the
Iron and steel Industry. Idleness in lK"ti can
oidy be produced by extensive cancellation.
Thus far the railways have had little ad
verse weather with which to contend, earn
ings in December rising 6.4 per cent above
hist yearn and reports of foreign com
merce are even more strikingly favorable.
At this port ulone for the last week im
ports exceeded those of a year previous by
l.l:rr,-4 or about 50 per cent, while ex
ports gained JJ,uii5.771.
Textile Industries continue in a strong
position as to the amount of business In
right, but the primary markets have not
yet recovered from the holiday quiet.
The export situation shows no Improve
mem. but the majority of lines are sold so
far uhead that producers are complacent
regarding the future. It Is also noticed that
comparatively few buyers are in the mar
ket tor woolen goods.
Conditions are without change in the hide
markets, demand remaining quiet and pack
e s slocks curried over were in no case
burdensome. A firmer tone is noted in cer
tain branches of the footwear market.
Commercial failures this week in tho !
I nlted Mates are Btf against i'l last week,
22fi the preceding week and IW the corre
apnnding week last year. Failures in Can
ada number 32 agalnxl 27 lust week, & the
preceding week and 25 last year.
REPORT OF THE CLEARING IIOISU
Transaction ( the Associated Bank
for the Week.
NEW YORK, Jan. 5.-The following
table, compiled by Bradstreet, shows the
bank clearings at the principal cities for
the week ended January 4, with the per
centage of increase and decrease u com
pared with the corresponding week lust
The confidence of the public is
the final proof of merit,
Has stood the test.
It is old and pure.
CHAS. DENNEHY & COMPANY,
San Francisco ...
kansas City ....
New Orleans ....
'Salt Lake City ...
rand Rapid ...
S irtnglield. Mass.
?ioux City ,
Charleston. . 8. C
l.itll Rock ,
Fargo. N. D.
3. aw.jrj!' .
2. so; i-a
3 v." 8;-.
: Tfa.iii .
' gS02! .
3u ii; .
19. 8 .
n 1 .
22 j .
1 . o ..
If.. 7 ..
13 2 ..
rti 5 ..
19 1 ..
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8 2 ..
24 3 ..
2 8 .
X. 1 .
22 3 .
29 8 .
New Bed told ...
biuux Fulls. S. D..
Total. V. S
Outside New York.
lii. 8 .
13 8 .
'ancouver, B. C.
St. John. N. B. .
Vii-.oria. B. C...
20.1 IS. (43
24 4 .
... I 72.5S9.972I 18.1
Balances paid In cash.
tNot Included In totals because contain
ing other Items than clearings.
Bit A ISTH EET8" HKMKW OK TNtDK
t nseasouahle Weather Adversrly
Effects Hetall Trade.
NEW YORK, Jan. 5. BradNtreefs to
morrow will say:
While unseasonable weather adversely f.
fee's retail trade and reorders from whole,
i-ahrs it at the sai.i., tiin highly favors
tile leading Industries and our-door activi
ties and facilitates railway transport
Spring trade reallv st.nws rather more than
usual life, requests for prompt shipments
being In evidence earlier than usual
Clearance sales are u feature of retnij
lines and the season as a whol In heavv
wearing apparel has been so far ilisap".
iwlnling Ciillectlnns nortli and west feel
this influence likewise. Bank clearings
break all record for the holiday- period re
flecting heavy end of the year disburse,
limits and Mock speculation.
Deceipber was perhaps the best month
of 1906 for the railways, with an indicated
gain of 12 per cent over December. l!M.
Cars are in better supply on oien weather
and th- passage of the holiday rush, but
ix months of large bu.i!ies is still in
sight for the railway. Building at New
101k and a few oih-r huge cities is affected
by the housesmith's strike So far the
printers strike has had rather le than
the expected effect. There seems 10 lie u
general concensus of opinion that UM
promises exceedingly w-ll in line. of In
dustry and trade. Snowfall nod slightly
rohler weather In the northwest ait- wel
comed for their present and future effect
on trade. Collections are likelv to be
held also. Southern trade appears the
est of bll. reflecting us It doe good raitton
prices. Sluing trade at the east show
more life In cotton goods and in shoe buy
ing from manufacturers, who are being
pressed for deliveries. The worsted mill
huve had an extraordinary sason Thn
canned goods trade report Interesting con
ditions. In California, want of rain is be
ginning to be a cause of uneasiness
Industrial line are a active as hereto
fore. Manufacturers entered the year with
a heavy volume of businek hooked and
with excellent prospect for a conunuau.ee
of activity. Iron and steel business is of
excellent characur fur a verted Uit U
usually dull. Re-sales of copper by Chinese
speculative Interests tend to check the up
ward trend of the maiket, business for fu
ture delivery being done on a basis of t
cent a pound below the markets of this
country and fciurope. Lead is nuiet but
tlrm and there Is less activity in spelter.
Business failures in ti.e I'nited Stales
for the week ending January- 4. 19.. num
ber 220, against 212 lust week. 27S In ihe like
week of VJX) and 202 in 1S-1. In Canada the
fuilures for toe week numbered twenty-two
ns ugalnrt eighteen last week and forty
in this week a year ago.
Wheat, Including flour, exports for the
week ending January 4. were 3.839 bu.,
agnlnst 4.44S.248 bu. la't week. l.lll. bu.
this week last year, and 3.309. 2.'::'. bu. in
1904. From July 1 to date the exports were
69.i2.02o bu., against 36. 175.274 bu. lust year
and S9.5O2.102 bu. ill 194.
Corn exports for the week were ii.2tn.333
bll. against 4.&I7.395 bu. lust week. 3.16.532
bu. a year ago and 1.24.i9 bu. In 19ol. Fro:n
Julv 1 to date the exports of torn Were
43,218.282 bu.. against 1S.0S6.XSO bo. in luXi,
28.873035 bu. Ill 1904 ami 13,519.518 bu. in
KELLY BANQUETMONDAY NIGHT
Reception al the Omaha Club Bald
win (ailed to New lvrk by
W. R. Kelly, former solicitor of the
t'nion racillc, is returning from Los An
geles, where he was culled by the Illness
of his mother, and the complimentary ban
quet which was lo have been tendered
him by the ofllcials of the I'nion l'ucirtt
Thursday night will be given at the Omaha
club next Monday night.
J. :. 11 N. Baldwin, the logical successor
to .Vir. Kelly, ha been called to New Y'ork
by the executive committee of the Union
Pacific, and this lends substance to the
assumption that he is to be elected lo
the place. The office Is an elective on
and a meeting may be called at any time
In New York to till the vacancy.
Bee Want Ads are Best Business Boosters
On Track of Barton Property.
W. B. Laughlln, local superintendent of
the Piukertoii Detective agency, stated
Friday afternoon that the plunder recently
stolen from the Ouy C. Barton trddenre
was being closely traced and that within
u short time will be located. The -a)n;;blcs
stolen by porch-climbers consisted of val
uable diamond ring, bracelets, necklace
and other articles of the best make.
Very few medicines have received so
much praise and so many expressions of
gratitude aa Chamlierlain's Cough Remedy.
Grateful parents everywhere testify to It
merits. It is a certain cure for croup and
will prevent the attack If given at the first
appearance of the disease. It la especially
adapted to children aa it Is pleasant to take
and contains nothing injurious. Mr. E. A.
Humphreys, a well known resident and
clerk In the store of Mr. E. Lock of Alice,
Cape Colony, South Africa, says: "I have
used Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to ward
off croup and colds in my family. I found
it to be very satisfactory and it give m
pleasure to recommend It."
When you boy Cook's
Imperial Extra Dry you pay (or
what you get Pura Champagne.
When vou buy (orelen make, you
pay for Champagne, duty and ship
freight that why Cook Imperial 1
Extra Dry b one-ball th price ot
foreign Champagne. ,
6rt rriu, St. Lenii WrM' Nlr
aMEalCAJI VUIC CO.. IT. 1011$
Tha Man's Trua Specialist
Doctors for Men
If ws could but see and treat all ma
when the tlrst symptom show them
selves thcr would soon be little need
lor so-called jmciallUi la chruulc dl
aaui luois wwuid L lew men
sctaui a i tju veuaung 01 their lyliy
aiuu, lutulat sua Kiuil powers, u4
li.eis wuuiU be nuns marked with m
uaieiibitt flauiii ot cuiullluilousi
&)yuia.t aiai the sufii-iei iruin
.-.KU dC't.u;, Ijl.tKT, SlitHJTl'illi,
Kidney and ilmduni Lieus. would b
icauccid tu a imuiniuui. lut ua iuag
s ilt-N couunuu lo disregard th
guld'.n adage, "A stitch in tun save
tone," and col.tuiue tu lugieci Ijhiii,.
lv or lo eaticu ludiflcrenuu or
pour Judgment lu sucuiuig tus rigiil
tiiatmeiil al lue uull, just so iuiig
will Ihers be muauiadca ul cbrumo
KIDNEY and UH1NAHY D.aej
nd all Dieaae and Weakness ot
MEN due lo evil liabll ot youth,
abuses, excesses or the result of neg
lected, unskilled or improper treatment
bl aiirtcinc or dov.i. u'1- . ...
V ... . , .11..., ... a.SMAM.B n W U .1 I, I II V . . I I I. U
Hubs to the aUllcled, aelltoer do we promise to cure lltrut lu a (
dayai BOr oflrr cheap, werlblee treatmeat la order to mtn':tn their
palrouaae. Honest doctors ol reeoaulsrd abllilx du uut resort to
ucli method. W auarantee a perfect, safe and lasting; cure In Hie
quickest possible time, without leaving laiorlnos after effects In
the arctem, and at th lowest cost possible f.r honest, nLlllful
nd .eeefnl treatment.
:Conultlon I I' ou cannot rail writ for symptom blank,
-and Examination 1 O fries Hours I a. m. to t p. m. Sundays, lu to 1 only.
13U8 Farnam street. Between 13th and 14th Street. Omaha, Neb.
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