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The Omaha Daily
Pages 9 to 16.
Mo Filthy naatlana
THE OMAHA DEE
Best A". Vest
OMAHA, SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 13. 1M1.
SINGLE COPY THREE CENTS.
H II I
Shoes! Shoes! Shoes!
Double Green Trading St&mps to All Buyers
in Shoe Section up 'til Noon
Indies' patent Colt Lace Shoes. $3 Tallies '.
Ladiee' Patent Tip Mutton Shoes $2.50 values
I-adlcs' Patent Tip Bluoher Shoes, $2.30 values
Every style of Dorothx Dodd Footwear for fall and winter now on dis
play. Easily the best fitting, best wearing and prettiest A fill
shoes in the world for women f4.00, $;1.50 and.
A Great Book Sale
$1.50 Copyright Fiction 49c
"That Printer of CdeH's." by Har
"Kobp of the World." by Agnes
and Egcrton Castle.
'"Inffllfc," by Augusta Evans
"Tlio Lp.no that Has No Turn
ing," by (Hlbert Parker.
"Thu Chile." by Katherlne Cecil
Thurston (author of "The Mas
, (ctierader1." "The Gambler."
' "Hob. Son of Battle." by Alfred
"The Deliverance," by Ellen Glas
gow. 'The President." by Alfred Henry
' When I Was Czar," by Arthur
"None but the Brave," by Hamb
"The Pool in the Desert," by Mrs.
"The Pioneer," by Oeraldlne Bonner.
"Tho Crimsou Blind," by Fred
'The Infidel," by M. E. Braddon.
'The Village of Hide and Seek,"
by Bingham T. Wilson.
'Rater of Illinois," by Henry
"The Princess of fhe Purple Pal
ace," by William Murry Graydon.
"I'p the Witch Brook Road," br
Kate Upson Clark.
"How Tyson Came Home," by
William H. Ridenlg.
Hook Stall, Main Floor.
2,000 Copyright Books, all hand
somely hound In cloth and printed
In largo, clear type, written by the
most popular authors of today.
Some of these books are In their
original $1.50 and 91.23 bindings.
A FEW OF THE TITLES:
"Donovan PaBha." by Gilbert
"The Visit of .Elizabeth," by Eli
"A Furnace of Earth," by Hallle
"A Fair Barbarian," by Francis
"The Heart of Toll." by Octave
"The Herb Moon," by John Oliver
"With tbe Best. Intentions," by
"The Uncalled," by Paul Law
"Active Service." by Stephan
"Across the Chasm," by Julia Ma
gruder. "Helen's Babies," by John Haber
ton. "Minna." by Wilhelmlna Wit
tlgschlager. "Cecilia," by E. Marion Crawford.
"Letters From a Son to His Self
Made Father," by Charles E.
"Hans Brinker" or "The Silver
Skates, by Mary Mapes Dodge.
See Window Show.
Big Purchaie and SaJe of Materials
parts if bought
woud cost at
least $2.25, sal
day, at 98c
tested by our
Get started in
this great pastime.
Mail orders filled. It's time to begin making those presents.
Glove and 'Kerchief Boxes. . . ,10c
Picture Frames, oval and'
Work Boxes, sliding cover. . . . 17c
Button Boxes, circular shape. 12c
square . iHe J New Panels, circle and square. .7c
We're the largest distributors of Pyrograpby west of New York.
Princess Dressers, solid oak, golden finish, French plate
glass, polished, at $24, $11), $15.75, $15.25, $14 and $11.25
Princess Dresser, Mahogany, French plate glass, polished,
at 1 $23.50
Chiffoniers, solid oak, gol
den finish, French plate
glass, polished, 'at $29.50,
$25.75, $24.25, $21.75,
$19.50, $12.75 and.. $10.25
French plate glass, polish
ed, at $30, $25.50, $23.25
French plate glass. . . .
Center Table, solid oak. .
1 . THIRD FLOOR.
Rug, Oilcloth, lJnolenm and
Oilcloth Squares for Under Stoves,
in all sized, big variety of colors
and patterns, special, each.
$1.50, S5c. 65c and 29c
Oilcloth in all widths, sells for 33c,
In three different patterns, spe
cial Saturday, a yard 24c
Heavy Linoleum, made of combi-
. nation cork and oil, sells for 60c
aud i. Saturday, yard. at.50e
Cotton Chain ingraiu Carprta. ' in
last colors, sell for Cue and 65c,
Saturday, yard 15c
Extra Saper Park. Mill Ingrain Car-
, pet strictly all wool, extra
heavy, good patterns and fast
colors, si-ial. a yard 75c
ROOM SIZE RI GS.
SAN FORD AND R1FTO.N WILTON
V&LVKT RIGS, sic 9x1" big va
riety ul patterns. All i lie leaJL.g
shades, sell lor U.u. -- tA
Saturday at -U
LOWELL AND DOHSON WILTON
Rim s ::. in beautiful floral.
Oriental and MrtlallMta patterns. hII
far Hi 40, Saturday, e Oft
A line of one. two and
three pair lots of Lace Cur
tains, purchased from a
New York manufacturer at
twenty-five cents on the
Some are slightly damaged. On
sale Saturday at these prices:
Lot I-Nottingham Lace Curtains,
tell up to $1.25 pair, some slight
ly damaged, while they jrt
icm, each IJ0
Lot 2 Nottingham Lace Curtains,
full size, sell up to $1.75 a pair,
so Pie slightly damaged, "If
in one loi, each jJC
IdA. 8 Nottingham Lace Curtaius,
full size, sell up to $2.25 a pair,
some slightly damaged, l(
in one lot, each T.C
IaA 4 Noltingluiui and Cable Net
Curtain, fcell up to $4.50 a pair,
very neat patterns, some slightly
damaged. In ona lot. Oft
Ladies' Evtra. Heavy Fleece Lined 0Cf
Vests and Fanta at uv
indies' Heavy Fleece Liued I'nion JO
Suits at 40C
Hoys' Extra Heavy Fnion Suits 45C
Children's Ribbed Vest, Fanta and Draw
era, sizes 16 to 34 price, 82c
(M Dozen Ladies', Pure Linen Initial Hand
kerchiefs, in all letters, 15c iftn
value, each XUL
Men's All Linen Hemstitched 4 A
Handkerchiefs, 15c value 1UC
The heat wearing and the dalntieet
Hosiery known in the art of Hotderjr mak
ing at little prlceifc Saturday.
We have had extraordinary miles In
thene interesting lines recent Satur
day. Saturday mint bo a top-notcher
Indies' Fast Itlack Seanileni Hose,
double sole, 17c value for. . .
Boys' Extra Henry Bicycle
Hose, 19c value, at
Children'a Rihlx-d Fleece Lined
Hose, 17c value, at. i
Ladies' Fleece Lined Hose-, pair,
at 50c, 35c, 25c and
111- A . -:-m V
Saturday in Silks
and Dress Goods
27 in. Black Taffeta, a heavy quality, J3 7
worth 79c, on sale, a 13 BsO
36 in. Black Peau de Soie, worth ff
$1.18 everywhere, Saturday, a OiatC
27-inch China, Silk, fifty-cent Uh
grade, Saturday, a fatx 0
We have just received the new line of fine
Dress Goods that should have reached us last
month. New ideas in swell plaid effects, em
broidered ideas undoubtedly the handsomest
line in the city.
Extra Special 40 in. Paris Crepe, extremely de
sirable for elegant dresses or street wear, in
cluding every shade, sells for $1.00 or A Q
85c everywhere, on sale, a yard tOC
OM n. WEATHER FORECAST Saturday. Fair.
TOUR MOHEI'S WOSIH OR TOUR MONET BUCK.
A lot of Ladies' Silk-ltned
Cashmere and Golf Gloves,
50c value, for
JOI KXAL FAT
TKRNS Rest on
10c and 15c each
Rook FRFK for
Harney Kut ranee.
t-, ; r -
- , ,V.r'i 4. J rlM U aII
50 Dozen Block ."Music Rolls, alw ays a good value at 79e, ex- l
traordlnar.v s'cial Saturday at M J C
25 Dozen Kxtra I'lnrt Music Hags, sold regularly at $1.50 V
for Saturday, a big special at If C
SHEET MUSIC AT CUT PRICES
SIX. ItKJ M;V HOMi HITS AT 15C K.U'H.
"My Mississippi Missus Misses Me"
"Since Nellie Went Away"... I Vl
"Dear Old Dixie". ( II IfctX
"Take a Trip to Merryland". ( 1 R
"I'll Keep a Warm Spot In My Heart for You". . . IX Jr
"I Love You for Yourself Alone"
These song hits are sung by Lottie GIIhoii and Richard J. Joho.
Sheet Music Section, Second FlKr.
SENSATIONAL CORSET SELLING
Bargain tables loaded down with high
grade standard makes. $2.50, $1.50 and $1
TWO CENTS AN INCH.
Size 18 at 36c, size 19 at 38c, and so on
up to size 30. "While the assortment lasts,
TWO CENTS AN INCH.
Warner's, Royal Worcester, R. & G.,
Kabo, W. B. and others. Second floor.
CHILDREN'S COATS AND s
DRESSES, INFANTS' AND CHILD
REN'S CAPS AND HOODS.
ON SECOND FLOOR.
Children's Bearskin and Astrakhan
Coats, 2 to G years, good quality lin
ing, large collars and cuffs, red,
blue, castor, grey and Q C
white, special J
Children's Bearskin Coats, 2 to G
years, quilted lining, collar and
cuffs of same material, colors white,
red, blue, castor and gray,
Children's Bull's-eye Valore Coats, 2
to fi years, made extra full, quilted
linings, colors red, blue, t Cfl
green, grey, at
Children's Astrakhan Coats, 2 to'G
years, double breasted,' storm collar,
deep cuffs, quilted linings, colors
brown, and grey mix- Z CIQ
hires, special at JfO
Children's Cheviot and Fancy Mix
ture Coats, G to 14 years, made
extra full, trimmed in plain cloths
and velvet, PA
Children's All Wool Kersey Coatu, fancy mix
tures and plaids, full length, cut extra full,
high storm collar, deep cuffs, sizes 6 to 14
years, colors brown, blue, castor np
and green, special tyJD
Children's Silk Valor' Coats, 6 to 14 years,
storm collar, deep cuffs, quilted lining;
trimmed In buttons, colors brown, castor,
blue and green, at $10 "7 ne'
Children's Dresses, made of fine Henrietta,
4 to 12 years, handsomely trimmed I OP
In braid and buttons, special I. J J
Dresses for Little Tots, made of
flannelette, 50c and
Infants' and ClUldren's Caps and Hoods in
endless variety, to match all coats, Q
from $3.95 to rOC
A Great Masterpiece Reproduction
"MASTER, IS IT I?" by Adolph
Schmltz. Painted about 1845.
Adolph Schmltz was teacher of
art In the academy at Dusseldorf,
Germany, and Bpent ten years on
his great conception of Christ.
We have been fortunate In securing
the first photogravure reproduc
tions of this painting and m fv
quote a special lntroduc- f If
tory price ot vFw
Regular price Is $1.00.
See the Handsome Colored Fac Simile
in Harney St. window, framed in
olden time pattern moulding, school,
convents and every home should
have this reproduction. '1Q ff
Our Special Price is lO.Ull
Picture Framing is an art, and our
new arrivals of beautiful mouldings
Vre the talk of the city. Three times
green trading stamps on Framing.
Want a Good Range
vnnK SEE OUR LINE
WE HANDLE ONLY THE BEST
Oar Prices are treat TEN la TWENTY
PER CENT. Lower than Coapelitors-
Peninsular Ranges ?J. 50
Base Burners 7 J, CO
special at vV
Hetiter A 50
special at U.U
SENSATIONAL HOUR SALES IN THE CROCKERY.
10 A. M. to 11 A. M.
Fancy China Cream Jugs, pint size, pretty decoration, gold
traced, (one to a customer), a 15c Cream for one C
From 3 to 4,P. M.
A Fancy China Cup and Saucer, pretty neat decoration,
limit 6 to a customer, a 14c cup and saucer for
Big Jardiniere Sale New lot of 300 Jardinieres, worth
double, on sale at 98c, 7oc, 50c, 39c and
20 Only, Libbey Cut Glass, 8-inch Bowls, one of the new cuttings,
each one marked "Libbey," on sale Saturday, a L f 7
regular $8.00 value for r 0 i
The Chic Welsbach Light, a strong, durable light, each" T n
one complete in box, a regular $1.00 value, at f JC
Big Dinnerware Bargains Saturday. 100-piece German China
Set, full gold traced, an $18.00 value, Saturday
The Kent Dinner Set, pretty domestic porcelain pat
tern, easily a $14.00 value, on sale Saturday, a set. .
the Demonstrator 22
fnlveiTal Bread Maker fc!
I'nlversal Cake Maker $1"
rnlverwil Percolater. up from fc!.50
I'nlversal Food Chopper, up from Mo
Forty Green Trading- Stamp with each
Saturday. Stove Pipe, special Saturday , 10c
Elbow, apeclal Saturday : tc
Coal Hodt, price up from l&c
And Twenty Green Tvatilhf 8 lamp.
Black Jack or Blai'k Karl Stove Pollen. Kk;
And Ten Green Trading Stamps.
.1 Sapoline Stove Pipe Enamel.
S'.'5t!S I V spwlal 16c
VitvvJ l And Ten Green Trading
' JfllSl (' Corn Popper. 16c and 10c
'5tCI 5 And T'n Qfe" Trading
Furnace Scoop, extra qual
ity, 0o and Sue
And Tliirtv Green Trading
Waffle lion, at Hoc 7oc and H&Q
And Thirty Green Trading Btampe.
SPORTING GOODS BASEMENT
Bliot Gum, up trrnn MM
fool Bulla, up from Tec
And Thirty tirenn Trading Stamps.
Twoiil 5re;n Trading Stamps lth Bide
walk Hoil-r Skatea, up from 4fro
Beat Quality. Always Reliable.
Strictly Fresh Dressed Selected Spring
Chickens, on sale, a pound. . .12 He
Pork Shoulder KoaMt, pound 8 He
Veal Shoulder Roast. 4 lbs for...C5c
Veal Stew, 6 lbs for ac
HAMS Morton, Gregson
t'o.'s Best Sugar Cured
Hams, Coupon Brand,
every bam guaranteed,
on sale at 14 He
And CO Green Trading
Stamps With Each Ham.
Morrell's Iowa Pride
Breakfaat Bacon, backs.
average 6 pounds, on sale at. . . . 15c
And 80 Green Trading Stamps With
All Kinds Salt and Smoked Flt.li on
New Holland Herring;, all kiud
siplced Herring, Norway Mackerel, Im
ported Bloaters, Anchovlea, Smoked
Freah Baltimore Oysters, solid
SATURDAY'S LIST OF TRADE
WINNERS. EVERY ITEM A MONEY
SAVER. EXTRA CLERKS. EXTRA
DELI VER YM EN". '
Java and Mocha Coffee,
three pounds Il.flrt
And One Hundred Green
Teas, nil kind, pound, oSc
Powder. 5-lb. can...tl.'1
And One Hundred Green
Trm II i m Htainps.
lxitihle Green Trading
Chocolate Menler, lb. ..too
And Forty Green Trading
Bennett's Capitol Oats,
Wheat, package ...lOe
Bennett's Capitol Ex
tract, bottle 11c
Bennett's Capitol Cof-,
lee, pound 38c
Bennett's Capitol Pan
cake, package 10c
GREEN TRADING '
Imported Spaghetti, pound parkage 15c
And Twenty Green Trading Btarnps.
Navy Beans, hand picked, 8 pounds 25c
Shredded Codtiah, three packages 26c
And Ten Green Trading Stamps.
Jell-O. assorted, three pax-kagew lie
And Ten Green Trading Stamps.
BUTTER Headquarters for the beet values
PRESH COLNTKV BUTTER, pound.. ..Ma
Sour Pick lee, quart 10c
And Ten Green Trading SUJiipa.
Chow Chow Pickles, quart 15c
And Ten Groen Trading Stamps.
Small piweet Pickles, quart JUe,
And Ten Green Trading Stamps.
Pimento Stuned Olives, pint 15c
And Ten Green U'rauing Stamps.
Kuil Line Imiiorted aUid Domestic.
New York Jull t. ream, pound 30o
And Twenty Green 'ilrauing Stamps.
Swiss Virginia Cheese, pound 20c
And Twenty Green 1 railing Btampa.
Royal Luncncon Cheese, jar loo
And Five Green Xraulng Btarnps.
Bue l-i oe I Cheese, cake...
eufclictU'i I'm-eae, caac...
Hand Cheese, cukc
IMPORTED OLIVE OIL-Speclal Green
California Ripe Olives, bottle 10c
And Ten Green Trading lamps
Corn, can Sc
Krankturts and Bauer Kraut, can oa
Wax beam, tau 7c
Clajna, can u
blrtiig Beans, can ku
Mairuw tat t'eaa, can 7c
Spinach, can li'ic
Diamond S Damson Pluma, can An
And Fifty Green lraaing btamps.
Diamond C Soap, ten bars
Our "Very Best" brand Prulta and Vege
Ten Green Trading fc Lamps with each can
Chinese Bacred Llilrs, four bulbs for &c
Vneutlit Biscuit, four packages .....lou
And Ten Green Trading Stamps.
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES.
Lelluue, Ka4iahy. I'arsiey, Celery, Horse
radish, Mini Frekh Dully.
fallfomla Gitpe Fruit, each loc
an y Klce I'ii no u, paund ivso
A lipids-good Wine bap and li"n Davis, '
P. k l ie
Sweet Eating Clio, old t. !Uc caae., wa. li,
Chocolate Marshniallow. drllcluus conlcc-
tlou. pound lie
Decorated Metal bun Gun Boxes, ach...lu
such styles an you seldom see In
even men's coats. Warm too, with,
soft rich materials 'and downy lin
ings. Come for a try-on anyway.
Ages S to 8, from $7.50 me
down to l,OU
Ages 8 to 16, from 17.60 1 en
down to LOU
Ages 1 to 20, from $20.00 . r gn
down to O.CJll
KOH.V BROS., Union Lubel Clothing,
tor Suit und Overcoats, . 4I ti
IJO.OO down to tl.Vllf
BKOKAW BROS.. Finest Ready-Made
Clothing to bo liad. Units tl
and Overcoats., from Ho to
DUTCHESS TROUBKRS, 10c a button
$1.00 a rip. 8weet, Orr & Co'a Union
MENTOR UNION UNDERWEAR, a
suit, from $6.00 down - Qij
LUZERINH Shirts and Drawers, non
shrlnkable, . doublo , scat drawers,
double front and back Cifi
shlrta. at $2.50. $2.00 and.
HANSEN'S ANNUAL GLOVE AND
MITTEN SAMPLE SALE. IN MEN'S,
BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S SECTION.
WW DIFFERENT STYLES THAT'S
GOING SOME-TO HAVE SUCH A
HERE ARE A FEW ITEMS TO
SHOW HOW STRONG THE LINK
AUTOMOBILE GLOVES Lined and
. unllned squirrel lined, lino lansdown
wool lined price, a pair, ijb
from ft; oo down to SOC
OL'R $1.00 BTKKKT GLOVES HAVE
NO EQUAL EVERY PAIR GUAR
ANTEED BY THE MAKER.
COAT 6TYLE8 Hoys' Overcoats are
a bungle Job to loom makers no
shape Ht all. WE HAVE THE EXCEPTION-TUB
IAROB cnf ex-
Wear lilta Iron.
These gauntlets ara
meet the requirements
oi the automobilisM
the perfect fit permits
nioit delicate adjust
ments. llalia4 II OS
I lines flJe.
V; ' hi-
ljij"1 -t' -,
MEN'S AND BOYS' SWEATERS.
from $4.00 down to OUC
BSHIRT8F Vn wft nd ot " FA fn
ton. from $3.00 down to ...... I.UU
Cnkfi'TJWLAK SHORT AND
"ETBCNinJdH.T..B!!,.R: 'l 80c
PYJAMAS, at $2.00, $1.60 nn
MEN'S 25c COTTON HOSe!
each 15c. or t for OC
NEW LINE NECKWEAR. flS
lat ,ac, &oc and aOC
Hats and Caps
ALL STYLES AND COLORS IV
i'wru ANV ytUNa MEN H SOFT
J'TS, at $3 00. $2 60, $2.00. .
$1.60 und I.UU
THE BENNETT SPECIAL'in soft
and stiff felts. $ia0 valur. o w
THE "TATE" STIFF HAT. a nn
worth $6.o, at . cJ.UU
MEN H AND BOYS' LIGHT AND
HEAVY WINTER CAPB. all shape.
and colors, at 8!.on, $2.i(i.
$2.t. $16. , $!(.). 7S:, Mc and .."DC
ODDS AND ENDS IN MEN'S AND
BOY8 CAPM. one and 76c
valu-s. Saturday r.nlv 0C
CHILDREN'S STOCKING CAPS
AND TAMS at 76c. b; 36t 25C
El Crouo. a West Indies oc cigar,
ten for 25c
50 for 91.00.
All :tk- mid :15c French Briar
Plp'. bent or straight stem, aa
long as supply lasts, each. . .25c
Big liOt Fine 5r Cob Pipe, t-
clOHe out, each 'Hit:
Ktil)ule, Main Entrance.
Selling Out Our High
9Uc, 7oc and SOc uallty a
go!H, roll, at 20c, l.r.c and. .1UC
Bargains you can't afford to Iom-.
Also papeis, per roll, us ou
low at 2C
BUY NOW. THIRD KLOOK.