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The Omaha Daily Bee.
THE OMAHA DEE
Best & West
VOL. XXXVI "XO. 107.
OMAHA. SATO! DAY MOKXING. (XTTOBLK 20, 190G.
SLVCJLL COPY TIIKKE CENTS.
Horse Show Millinery See the windows.
Tt a hirh? r t Tnil!lnry Taunton ara xpnunle5 in i-uprh w-mdrw
'on ' .npvTafi 'mm and rrjiwvfutifm ' fi'l af'f'Wt'1 -trimnii ri'i
FIVE DOLLARS TO FIFTY DOLLARS.
GORGEOUS HORSE-SHOW WINDOWS
A nrorhinc nt and ell-Ktoiin Omaha dry goods huyer (not em
pli.ed h1"- Tbc Rcnnett ("cin.iicnr I .
"The Bcnnoit window dlsila are t-uperior to scythlug tif the kind
in am srrr.t cay in Anurl or Europe 1 speak strict!; by the book,
for 1're ten there."
Pages 9 to 16.
5 fl Pyrography
One Pryo Outfit (like cut) consisting of genuine platinum
point, alcohol and gasoline bottle, cork handle and metal
union cork, black rubber tubing, two practice panels, 1
bottle Pryo varnish, 1 jewel box, 1 work box, 3 B g
- 2 napkin rings, in all a $3.50 value if bought f 'X
separately sale price 1
Mail Order! Filled on A bore.
90c Nut Bo Is, O J i $1-50 Py Heavy QO n
UJi Point SKJl
DINING ROOM PICTURES ZlSkv VcttZi
rat-iiulle Landscape a ad Trait Picture, in 11x20 gold 'r"?-
u.rriea TminrF.im prwe muu;
Ai.il Fifty Gr'-en Trail ng ftiini with rmh.
Biddy Tnmti Ztcfcl&ra, brown oak moulding, rite 130
priea Saturday ai.50
Sw-.iiiy-flv. Grwn Trading Stamp with path.
Opraoiaatioa Pmit ud Oaxn Picturaa. r In smut moulding, fna
. variety if aubjerta, tale prica Saturday l.BB
One II-u3"h1 Green Trading Stamp with each.
riCTDB.X rX.A.KTVQ Wt aWpalr Old Praia. Il axrtraH Daily of
atomala ud rnmn.
LAST DAY OF EXTRA GREEN TIDING
STAMPS IN CROCKERY
Five Times Green Trading Stamps on Every
Sale whether 10c worth or $100.00 worth.
Fifty Green Trading Stamps for $1 worth, etc.
Many Special Bargains Offered:
Dinner Sets, at $15.00, $12.00. $10.00, CIQ
hK.NNATION Al; HOIK ALK 'ULL M.
Frrtti, Seatly lk-coratexl China riatc. 6 and 7-inch eiies, f.
worth 10c and 15c. for one hour, limit 6 to customer, each - V
FROM 8 'TILL. 8 P. M.
Larar Quart Jng with TnUp on Sides, in different colors.
a regular 25c one, limit 1 to customer, each at
And Twenty Green Trading Stamps.
for Cost -Saturday.
Chiffonier, solid oak, golden finish, 5 large deep A
drawers, cast brass trimmings (see illustration) . . UIU
Library Tables, solid quarter sawea
golden oak, hand polished, at $21, $20,
$17; $120, $127$11, $9.50, $7.75, $G.50.
Library Book Cases, solid quarter sawed
golden oak, hand polished, at $29.50,
$28.50, $25.50, $24.50, $18, $11.50, $9.25
and : $6.50
Combination Book Cases, solid quarter
sawed colden oak, hand polished.
French plate glass, at $3S.75, $31,
R.7fL $25.25. $23.75, $21.20, $2,
$18.75, $18.40, $18, $17.50 and $13.50
( I Generous OHerinps Carpet Section
15 GRAIN CARPETS, OIL CLOTH. LIXOLETM AD Rl G AT rtut t-s
THAT ARE AMAZINGLY CHEAP.
Extra Heavy I'nion Incrain Carpet All colors, in exceptionally
good patterns, worth 46c Saturday1! price, yard 8c
Heavr Floor Oil Cloth In all widths, regular 8Sc quality Satur-
day'a price, a square yard S4c
Extra Heavy Printed linoleum 6 feet wide, aU new patterns, made
of cork and oil, worth 65c: Saturday a square yard' 50c
Samples of WUtoa and Etra Axminster Carpeti 1 4 yards, long
and bound on both ends, so they make splendid rues, worth up
to IJ.00. Saturday's price, each BRc
Boom Siae liruswl Rug tr aeavy. in both floral and
conventional designs, all colors, worth $15.00. Saturday st. . .11.75
Axminster Rug 9xlS. entirely new. will be shown for the first time
Saturday, beautiful floral and conventional designs, in all the
- leading shades, at., $22.50
SPECIAL OFFERINGS IX DRAPERIES.
A lot of mill runs to close out Saturday at theae prices:
jot l .XoUingbjun Curtains, worth fc5c pair. In one lot, each lc
2 Xotticgiim Curtains, worth up to tl.BO pair, some slightly
damaged, la one lot. each ac
Lot 8 CaM Net and Fine Nottingham Curtains, worth up to 1 4
pair, some sUghtly damaged, w hile they last, each 69c
Roman Striped Couch Cover, with fringe on all sides, in 60, 50
and 40-inch widths, each at $t.49, 1.10 and HOe
m t - 'j
m. 1. 1 Ml aCkTJ
SPECIALS IN HARDWARE-SATURDAY
STOVES! STOVES! STOVES!
Perfection Oil Heater best" oil heater made
f tt5uL7k. ski..V and &3.50
Fifty Green Trading Stamps with -aoli.
$8.50 Peninsular Oak Heater, ywial $G.50
Peninsular Base Burner, sptvial $24.50
Peninsular Steel Range, ei-ial ...S2-4.50
iun"T FAIL TO INVESTIGATE
Demonstration on Universal Specialties.
Food Chopper, Bread Mixer and Coffee
Percolators. . .iL .
Forty Green Trading Stamps with each.
Stove rip. VT 3oint
A- d Ten Gren Trading Stamps
Coal Hods, up from 25c
And Twenty Green Trading Stamps.
Furnace Kt-oops, &c and 50f
And Ttiirry urwB irauiog oiiujib.
Ri.rk Jack and Blac k Eagle Bune Polish. er cau
And Ten Green Tradins Stamps.
Standard Bread Toaslt-ri
r And Twenty Grt-en Trading tuimi i
Pan Poppers, il-t. 15c snd
And Ten Greu Trading btttupa
luat CuuiHete Line Sportiim Good;, in tlu il
mot Rail', ui from
I Horse Snow I'euaauts and Claaa Colors Rig KU.i.
, . 2.V
. . Ittr
A Great Pre-Horse Show Salesday in Ladies Suit Section, 2d Floor
SUITS SUITS SUITS SUITS SUITS
Vot Ruyable Ele- Xot buyable else- Not buyable else- Not buyable else Not buyable else
where under wrliere unCer where under bere ubder whereuncer
15.(K) S18.50 C&2.SO 25.K) .to.K
for for for for for
S12.50 I SI5.00 I S19.50 S22.50 S25.00
Ladi-s' Suit, black and
and white mixtures,
grayp, blues, etc., Prince
Chap coats. cluster
pleated skirts, honestly
worth 115 of anybody's
urday fci . .
Ladie' Suit. grey mixtures,
browns, reds, blacks, black and
white plaids, red and grey plaids,
eu-.. Prince Chap. Norfolk or
tight fitting jackets, bold by
I IS. 50, Saturday
Ladies' Suits all mixtures and colors.
Prince Chap, tight fitting or semi
Cuing jackets with tailored bands of
same material, skirt pleated, with self
buttons and straps, a very sweeny
style, sold by catalogue houses at lis.
your choice Q Cf
IjMlie" Suits in all color and mixture.
London smoke, etc., very stylish. Blouse, f7rfftjf
tifiht fitticg or semi-fitting, prettily LXpLl l
irimmea wiiu monair nraia ana veivei
lreudclotbs and cheviots; pleated skirt,
with braid trlmminp. sold by com
petitors at 2o. Sat
Ladiee' Suits all popular materials Cheviots,
broadclothi. and Scotch mixtures (Hawick and
Galathielsi ; blouse or tipht fitting, trimmed in
velvet with silk piping and button trimming;
pleated skirt, also with silk piping, sold on North
Mxteenth street at $20, our price
mjnp, poia vy com-
iMV 22.50 Advice
On the Second Floor
Ladies' Silk Petticoats in all colors and black,
made Trith silk ruffle, good "width, only
Ladies' Fancy Silk Waists in all colors, trimmed
with Val. lace and clusters of tucks, onlv
Be sure and see our beautiful Imported Waists, one of a
kind, at half the original price. Some arriving daily.
Ladies' Long Flannelette Kimonas in fancy Persian pattern
made trith the new three-quarter length kimono sleeve
cuff to match, very handsome front band,
for Saturday Bayers.
Children's Day in Our Children's De
We have without doubt the greatest and finest
selection of Infants' and Children's Garments
west of Chicago.
Here are a few Bousing Specials:
Coats for Small Tots, from Z o 6 years. Astrakhan
in all colcrs, fancy velvets, plain cloth? and bear-mkint-,
worth up to $4.50, Saturday, 2 50
tost for Smll lots irom 2 to 6 years, in Crushed
flours. Astrakhans and Bearskins Tfcew garments come
in all colcrs and are made quiltod lining and
1; ncy stitching; worth to
Children's Cloaks, apes 4 to 14. in fancy mixed
materials. Irih Friezes and plain all wool mater
ials, trimmed in fancy braid and buttons, som
with velvet collars. These pannents
would be cheap at j.X, Saturday at.
Children's Cloaks, ages 0 to 14, in plain, fine all
wool Kerseys, all colors, fancy mixtures, plaids.
aJl-vool cheviots and the pretty Pfter T's; these
are actuallv worth $7...
nents come w
Oiildren' Ileautiful Grnienti in Bulls-rye. crushed
Velours, fancy pinids, Heart kins, Astrakhans and several
other materials, all made up 1n the newest and swe.llest
styles, prices 115.00, $12. 50. $7.50, 6.50
WE WILL PLACE ON SALE ON BARGAIN
COUNTER SATURDAY ABOUT EIGHTY
DOZEN OF MANUFACTURERS' SAMPLES.
Ladies' Hose, in fancy, black and white,
worth 15c and 20c a pair, for
Ladies' Fast Black Seamless Hose,
17c value, at
Ladies' Fine Imported Lisle Hose,
35c value, at
Boys' Fast Black Extra Heavy Hose,
17c value, at
Boys' Fine Gauge Maco Cotton Hose,
25c value, at
a w r i jdoi .
Ladies' Extra Heavy
Lined Vests and
RIBBONS AND NECKWEAR s2A.!r
8,000 Piece No. 1 AH Silk Ribbon in white, two shades light blue, two
shades pink. Nile Rreen. red, yellow, lilac, worth 20c, a piece
of ten yards, at, yard
4-iiK-h All Silk Taffeta Fancy riaid Kibhons worth 3c a yard. at..I9r
.1 -inch All Silk Plnin TaftVta Kibbon. worth lDc a yard, at r
Dainty Neckwear, I'lauen Laee Client iet en and 1'oiiit (iause Cheniij
ettek, worth 50c. t 2Sc
Hotted Maline fluffs " itb ribbon ends, all dainty colorings, worth
11-50, at ogc
Sample Line Lauie' Stocks and Collars-worth 25c, at lOc
Ladies' Fine Gauge Vests and
Pants, 50c value, 39 C
Ladies' Ribbed Union
Suits, grey and ecru . .
Misses' Ribbed Union
Suits at 75c, 50c and. Jl
SATURDAY IN SHOES
Children's Day in ar Shoe Section. Special offering of Girl's and Bojs Shoes at Money
Saving Prices. Double Green Trading Stamps 'till Aioon Saturday
Girls' Amazon Calf Laced Shoes ! Infants' Soft Sole Shoes and
good, stout tn-wear soJes Moccasins, m a
and school heels, extra value j variety of colors,
at $1.50, sizes up l gy 25c kind, at
to 2, reduced U SU SPECIAL OFFERING
Boys' Velvet Calf Shoes, extra 1 Our Celebrated Knox Shoe at S2
heavy, tri-wear soles, a tough
shoe for a tough boy, beet
shoes made at
Best shoe made at.$S.50 and S4-00,
In patent eolt, rict kid and gun
metal calfskin, every pair hand
sewed end guaran
teed, all sizes, all
widths, special for
ery pair nana
DOUBLE GREEN TRADING STAMPS ON MEN'S SHOES-ALL DAY
F TT T?
Real NiceTbings at Small Prices
Satineus Face Powder, made by the makers of
4711 soap; white, brunette and pink,
regular 50c size for am7C
Orange Flower Skill Food in 2-ounce porcelain Jars O
with aluminum tops. 25c values, for IOC
Pearl Handled and Pearl Back Nail Buffers:
3-inch lengths, at 25c
4 -Inch lengths, at 4(V
6-inch lengths, at 75c
Willow Cold Cream ( for theatrical people and others. 1
Pull half-pound package 50c
ull quarter-pound package 2.V-
B Line Xail Brushes, values to EOc. choice Saturday. .23c
LetlMW. 'Radishes. ParJey,
I'i'ujl Kresli Haily.
Ben Iais Apples, f C
wet Potalors, 11
eac h DC
Colorado Peaches, freestones,
about 0 in Q fi
box, at OUC
Fresh made, delicious
nut, pound. .
Don't fail to pet s.iiue
soinv of this.
Decorated Metal Bon
Bon Boxes, f
Bennett's Great Neat Section "Omaha's
Most Popular Market Always Reliable
SOO Lb. Strk-Uy If -t.il Ireked SprinKN fvery
one guaranteed, your choice, at
ICih Boast No. 1 Kib Roaxt. Steer B--f. Boiled.
all bone out. pound 12'zC and
Laiuhs I Miih liecs of ccoice earliii(:h
No. 1 Hauik are adtauc-uig eierj da. We are ottering
2.(KMi iMMinda Hes Hiaos. average 11 pouuds, n(r; irr:
guaraliU d. on Kale at wholesale ptir' (liintl
two luiiu 10 euotonwr), at
Omaha's Leading Grocery
Saturday's List sf Money Savers. No Wait
ingNo Delay. Extra Salespeople
Bennett's Capitol Flour, nark Sl.M
Arid One Hundred Ureeu Trading iajspt.
Java and Morlia CV.fle(, ihrw pouuii
And On Hundred Oreen Traditig ftampa.
Mennett's Capitol Baiiinc Powder, flve-pnund
And Ooe Hundred Groen Tradinc gtamj.
Taaa, your rholre.. pound SBc
And One Hundred cireen Trading- tilampa.
Granulated hug-ar, Souala (Hwaa Tradtaf utaapa.
Buutt'i Capitol Creamery, round brlrfc. full welgrit, tnest ever
New TorS (Ytara Chw. pound S9e
And Tpb Green 'J'rading t?tamii.
Iwih Cheeae. round V5o
And 'Jen lirw-n Trading Clamps.
i-.Fg-OSe- Bn-kklajit Food. pticSiig-e I do
And Ten Grwn Trading Siaii ps.
jrkp Nuia Breaktat-t Food, ,tu kagt- IOC
Ji-.i-U. n..rln. three wluiF 830
And 'Jn Green Tradirg Mampa.
litST . HAb Uruti.l Canned Vcg-etahlea and Fruits.
Jen Ure-ii Traaiiig -ith every can.
S-I'U'IU. ,;KfcN IKAi'lMi fiAMF OlTtR ON
ll'KW.H dUIXii Oil
e.FtX'1 AL, JKt.N TRADING BTAMP OFFEK ON JOS. TUT
UL.1 A CXJ. TtAt.
Ki:K IR tl 1'tKT I'fcaiO.VS'J'KATCl.
HI T'J tKl.Nli M'U IAL Jintoln brand, i pounds S3o
Anil 'J en Green 1 raaing frtamps
Jerfcey brand. ; pound Oc
And Ten Green 1 railing: htamps.
premium brand, pound Sao
And Ten Gr n 'J'raaiat lajcpa.
pride of iienneti a Flour. aj SI JO
And Fitly Green Trading btampa
OoKN tf-it:ixii Maine rora. apjendld valua, worm 1 fc
can, ai ICJc
One doren tana
Juatnonrt K l,roou Pluma. run
And Fifty Green Tracing ttaropa.
Clio-iate JHer.ler. pound
. nd 'J tiiTiy Utvtu 1 r-iainp stamps.
I ticwfla t;iacuita. tour pacanea
And Ten Gnn Trauir.g Stamps,
h-nreodert Conns h. tliree junr'.
And Ten Grtn-n Iradiiig Mauipa.
Ht nneu Cbpnol W liejit. two pa Uaea
And Ten Green Trutjirg eTainr-a.
iietii.'lt Capilol l'iinaue. io (.." Kafet
And Ten G' n ') rud.i s mubiju.
lieurett "'apllcl fc.Strl)'-l. little
And Twenty Greij Tradit.g Man. pa.
elet Co"( Tftim S,Mp. wlx oaa.
Ana Tcu lirieu Traaii.g Maiupn
Navy lana. hund f" ed. t.lCiUi" rtl MS
Mait i;reaatk.it 1 ui. Ta kage
At. a I'nt Unvn 1 raoiug btampa
Let Us Be "Your Tailor"
We are exclusive sellers in this city of that
fine Ready-for-Service Clothing made by
K0HN BROTHERS, Chicago,
A Fine clothes
a v hut
And their system is the
very finest merchant tailor
ing on a very larg-e scale.
We can clothe you as well
as your tailor and for half
the money if we can't the
clothes are ours.
. Will you give us the op
portunity? Suits and Overcoats from
$10.00 to $35.
All coats made with the
Dutchess and Sweet, Orr &
Co., Union Made Trousers,
both new lines just receiv
ed. A iair from
$7.50 down to u)!
Furnishing Goods Department
Saturday All Day Specials
Men's and Boys' 50c Cotton Hose, pair 35c, 3 pairs $1.00
Men's and Boy' 25e Cotton Hose, pair 20c, 3 pairs. . .,50
Men's and Boys' 75c Black Sateen Shirts, at 50
Men 'e $1.50 and $1.00 Fancy Shirt?, Ideal, Matewan
and Wilson Bros., at 50t
Men's and Boys' $1.(K) all-wool Shirts and Drawers. . .69
"Hansons" Sample Gloves, all makes and styles, from
$G.O0 down to " 25d
75c Boys' Union Suits 50
Pyjama "Domet" at $'2.00, $1.50 and $1.00
Night Shirts Domet". at $1.00, 75c- and 50t
Men's All-wool Hose, pair ,'J.o, .'! for sl.0 and 2oC
"Mentor" Uniou Suits, a ouit, from 5.iki down to. .$1.00
"Luzerne" Shiris and Drawers, double t.eat drawers, double
back and front shirts, a garment, $2.50, $2 and $1.50
Cooler's Derby ribbed Shirts and Drawers at $2.00, $1.50,
$1.U0 and ..." 50t
"Coopers" Derby ribi-d Union Suits, $o.0 down to $1.00
Blue Flannel and Firemen's Luxerene, Jersey Wool Shirts,
at $3.fNi, $2.5i, $2.01, $1.50 and $1.00
Fanoy htrij in wool shirts. $2.50. $2.00. $1.50 and $1.00
Duck Coats Long and Short Leather Coats, Automobiles.
Ccrduroy, Sheep Lined, Flannel Lined, Rubber Lined
anything in Duck Coats, men's and loys from $10.00
de wu tci 95
Beys' Three-Piece Suits, ages 10 to 1G, sold up to $7.50 a
suit. Saturday all day at $2.50
HATS AND CAPS
The "Tate" Stiff Hat, $5.(0 value for $3.00
Other at 2.50, 2.H and $1.50
Boys' Telescopes, in silver, maple and black, at $2.0, $1.50
Men's and Boys' Medium Weight Caps, with ear protector".
at 2."t. 1.A jfl.Oo. 75c, rK- and 25
John B. Stetson's $.".) Hats at $4.59. I.i'ones at $3.50
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