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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 3, 1906)
TII OMATLY DAILY BEE: SATURDAY. NOVEMBER X 1006.
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Today Wo Place on Sale
AIT IMMENSE PURCHASE OF THE FIXEST
Venetian Class, Vases, Candelabra,
I Hand Fainted China
x Painted Vienna Chin , Clocks, Limps, and if
ft . n n . I?
imported unc-acurcLC 01 iu vetcripuons.
Thie Wonderful Sale will Indicate the Exceptional Bargains
you, may expect'
n.". China and Glassware Dept. H
The etock is so enormous that we devote the entire west
end of our new store' to this display and sale. We bought
this stock at 28c
on the dollar and
JUST ABOUT I
j . . Z2 '
We divide this
'stock, in 3 great
LOT 1 $25 High Grade Cut Glass at $5.00 Consists of all it
the lanrest pieces of cut class, porcelain, chinas, UU
J ' -
lamps, hand painted china, actually worth up to
$25.00, your choice of this immense lot, each. ..
LOT 2 $10 Cut Glass, Hand Painted China at $2.50 Con
sists of cut glass pieces of all descriptions,, imported por
celains in vases and bric-a-brac articles, hand T50
painted china, Venetian glass, every piece guar-
5! anteed worth up to $10.00, on sale at, each. . .
LOT 3 $5 Porcelains, China, Cut Glass, Etc., at $1 Con
It tains choice of 2,000 pieces of porcelains, imported china,
,1 mi , 1- i 1 1. ' 1. i 1
TVOna Will uu iuuiiu iu imo hmuiiuicui, oiiu cci
piece guaranteed worth up to $5.00, choice of , this
entire lot at, each '.
You will also find in this stock most extraordinary bargains In t
bronzes, statuary, electroliers, Carrara marbles, nana wrougnt oraa
Greatest Bargains Ever Offered in America ,
A gereat bargain. They are
worth $S at Installment houses.
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The greatest value ever offered
In Omaha. A $40 value.
CASH or PAYMENTS
THE RELIABLE STORE
and Carpet Go.
1209-11-13 FAKKAM STREET
1 TI H? W ITT IT TDW
An Extra. Special Sale irv
Sterling ailver sugar shells. Jelly
spoons, meat forks, pickle forks
and cream ladles, each stamped
sterling silver, extra . 75
heavy, worth Sl.BO, at.. . i DC
Mounted combs, all the latest
styles for fall, beautifully mount
ed in gold bands, set with fancy
Htones, silver, gold plated and ox
idised at, ea
25c 5Gc,75c $lu$15.
Very special Oneida community
tea spoons, Finer de Lux and
Avion patterns, warranted for 25
yearsat, for six
Jet bracelets, let necklaces, in
mourning and ' Frt CQ.
bright cut, at DXfC'DJC
Attleboro manufacturer sold us his
entire stock of gold filled brace- j
lets, each bracelet carries a guar- i
antee for two years, f f(
worth $3. B0 and $3.50, atl.UU
Fancy Scotch Bilk hMU,' regu- tEn
lKr Driue 26c ajid Sue. at SOW
$2.S0 Sterling Silver Scissors at 60c Pair 50 dozen Sterlln silver
scissors, embroidery scissors, manicure and straight scissors, ?LC
positively worth up to $2.50; Saturday, choice, at. .......... DtC
Ladles' $1.23 and $1.60 Leather Bags In all the new colors
in leather; for Saturday, at..... ,
f 171b and
i fit 11 .i ,ia.mn
Our $2.00 Boy's Shoe is
So parents think who
have been buying them for
We selected good cased calf for
these shoes, had them double soled
and strongly made looked after
all the little detail in making
and sell them for the reasonable
price of $2.00. .
may be selling as good' a
Boy's Shoe for' the same
money, but we've - yet to
FRY SHOE CO.
I61h and Douglas Streets'
strccts yf 647 I
Omaha' Pure Food Center.
The bread that keeps the family
healthy. Is a treasure no one can
afford to be without. It is made
right here. Once used it be
comes a luxury that you won't
dispense with. It comes m
in all kinds of styles; Sf
price, the loaf. ..."
In Meat department for Saturday
, boneleb rib roasts, yer
J, 000 pounds o? Armour's Bacon,
per pouud 14-
Ankolo Java and Mocha, the 3ij
finest three pounds for a dollar !!
coffee In Omaha, is making new , &
friends every day. Special for
Saturday in this department. j
Our 20c fancy Santos. 3 pounds U
A satisfactory basket fired Japan U
tea, per pound .5 H
Mr. Twel1e'a 1ctnra fn 9r.i...j. i"
Nov. 3d. at a:30 in the afternoon, on
thu necond floor of our new tore. will i'
be on the eubject of practical houso- &
.kepln when the following menu
will b prepared and served: M
Panned Oysters Lemon Buttir R
Welch Kareblt M
ABDS.rMiruii Ittira r-t... . W
For years past our hard and fast
rule regarding Diamonds has been
Every stone must pass the "100
Per Cent" perfect mark before
.uing entry to our stock.
There is never a question
- about precious atones bought
-from- this house. The insur
ance of full value lends ad
ditional ' charm to ' their
This store is a veritable treas
ure house of. beautiful Diamonds,
Rubles, ' Emeralds, Sapphires,
Pearls etc.; in the new and artistic
We ask you to pay us a visit.
MERE QUESTION OF MAJORITY
Ihmi la All There la Dkt Akott
Sfceldea's Rses, Sys
' - Qcorare TVtltas.
'tSvorg Sheldon will bs elecrod; why. of
cuurs. Of tbat ther can ts no doubt.
Ths only quewloa Is, What will bis ma
Buch is the view of Georg "VVlIt of
Cedar county, who Is ruining for th tats
tt.io.lt on ill j republican ticket, lis Is
representing, or going to represent, Ui
distrl'.'l formerly reprearnted ty Btvnalor
AVsrjior. now L'nlted States niurvhal. Last
vtr ton. lor Mfterva was in tho lufiUla.
lu.o frooi that district.
"I have no better fouiidatkm for my
statements than an eipwlrnce of ram
lausnlng with Bhcldoji." added Mr. Wilts.
'1 ka tteo uJdiig atsvUa with Uiu
through our country, and I know the tem
per of our people. I know the temper of
tlis people la Nebraska. I know It Is, tbat
they do not proper to be fooled with: they
do not Intend to be buncoed by democratic
hot air. The people of Nebraska are In
deadly earnest this yvar. They have tlrvd
of bully-ragging-, tired of sophistry, tired
of Jomogoy; they now propose to: run
inuigs inemsrivee a wnne, wmcn means
that the democratic party, in its alliance
with the railroads, must take tho conse
r rum past r xpti teuce ot Ullluoa '!
nusltloo the republicans of this tate know
what they sj up against. T!iy know that
the allied corporations in co-opt ration with
the democrats and pops are making u luad
right to get control of the state house, and
I can tell you the republicans are lotting no
chance or time In their fight tgslust th se
elsaients." . .
Brown & Dorshcim
IJl South 16:h St
One of New York's Finest Wholesale
Tailoring Firms Closed Out io Us
About Twelve Hundred of Their
Tj " TT" n
T"i r Atyi
We Place Them on Sale at
ff7K Co) Co)
of Boys' Suits
at $2.50 and
THE REUIABLK TRK
Finest line ,
of Cravenet' f
in th: City
Special Sale of Men's Clothing
Quality and style that meets all tho requirements of the most
fastidious dressers nt special prices, which mean a very substan
Worth Up to
A DARGAII1 WITHOUT A PARALLEL
Lien's Shis M
wrtli Up to $1.50, Sale Price ..... u w
1519-21 DouQlao St.
At $10.00 and $12.50
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Copyright 1 906 hf
Hart Schkfnerjjf Mr.
in fine -worst
cassimererV Merges, chenots,
vtc, in complete assortment of
colors and patterns.
Men's Overcoats, in plain black
or blue kerseys, black and Ox-
ford f?ray, Viennas, Irish friezo
and fancy cheviots, cut in long
or medium. length and includ
ing tho new form" fitting-styles,
Prices mean a saving of $4.00
M $15 and $18
Hen's Suits and Overcoats,
worth regularly up to $25.00
made of very highest class, all'
wool materials, in unsurpassed"
assortment of styles and pat
terns. The .very best class of
tailoring is shown in these;
garments. Tho stylo, individu-.
. ality. and perfect draping will
be extremely pleasing to those'
' who appredato really stylish..
Compare those special offer
ings Saturday. . You'll ind:
them superior in every respect
to any before offered at thes
prices so early in tho season
gSTOTiWHftTriiiliiili liiiTi I 11 mi w iimmltT in..
and Return 019.40
Our haBlenge Sale
ft sagj k
Buys another Entire Wholesale Stock
of Beautiful Pattern Hats from an
eastern manufacturer at an Enor
mous Sacrifice :: :: :: ::
Saturday tho Grand
Challenge Soles Day
Absolutely every one of these exqui
site patterns placed on sale and every
v Hat In the house. Enormously Re
duced in Price to make this the
GREATEST MILLINERY SALE OMAHA
HAS EVER KIIOWII
This Is your opportu lvy to save from
three to ten Dollars on your
new Fall Hat
Euy Millinery Now
EC E n N
Buy Millinery Right
THE BEST EVER
WE NK VER bad fluch a splendid and
gemroua tho wing of Fall and
Winter fabrics. - It's a facinating aggre
gation that wUl gladden the heart of
every good dresser at prices, lees than
Skilled tailors and competent cutters
will look after your order here, and
you'll pick from the choicest styles
if you pick today.
Trsmrs $5 to $12, Suits $20 to $50
ej Ann sr
40&.11 io, istb su
Tickets on sale Nov. 11, 12, 13.
Return limit Nov. 19, via the
Chicago, Milwaukee & St.
Three daily trains from Union
Station Omaha to Union Sta
tion Chicago, leave Omaha
7:85 a.m., 6:43 p. m., 8:33 p.m.
For Information and folder call at City Ticket
Office, 1824 Farnam St., or write to
F. A. NACH,
General Western Agent OMAHA, NEB.
Boys' Feet !
. - On November 6th and 2)th.
One-way and round trip tickets sold from
nearly all Rock Island points in the North and
Central West to practically all points South
west. Rate about ' half in many cases less than
half the regular fare.
Special Tourist Sleepers on our Southwest
trains these dates.
Pluck means sure success in the Southwest. An illus
trated book or two will help you to a better acquaintance
with the country. I'll be glad to send them on request
F. P RUTHERFORD, D. P. A.
1323 Farnam St.,
Must Be Well Shod.
We care for the boys feet the
same that we do for men's..
We take as much pains in select
ing shoes for them as for any line
in our stock.
Perhaps we give the boy a little
better value than we do his
We are particularly greedy for
We take aa much pains and
care in fitting the boys' feet as we
do the other lines we carry.
We have no one but experienced
salesmen to wait on- our boys'
Our Boys' Special "Htecl Shod"
Shoes bavo stood the test.
Boys' sizes o rn
2tf to 64 .tlV
Youths' SireB-- 9
1 to 2 ,....t.bO
Little Gents' Sizes ' O Aft
10 to 13 .ii.VV
Drexel Shoe Co.
1419 Farnam St.
DA1LEY & MACII
3D FLOOR PAXTON BLOCK
HIGHEST CFADti DENTISTRY
Walk-Over Shoe Store
' 1621 Farnam SI
Dull nd Bright Lssthers-ALL MEW
B4 B. Thompson, ths Walk-Orsr Msb
COB. mm. A9 DODOZ, OMUL
DEPUTY STATE VETERINAHLAN. I
H. L RAMACCIOTTIt D. V. S.
Office and Infirmary. 2Sth and Mason Stj
SCHOOLS AMI COLLEGES.
COLLKOB CUsiJcsl. -t.uliSc. BbllosohUl courMS.
Al AKfcMT AB .ccrwlHcii H"ga ho-l piXMru US
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NUSMAL gi'H'XJL KHis.ui.rf u4 .4IMM4
cure. r.rtiOcU. ioll.
CONPtRVATOMY I fcoi ot BlBSlc, ItUss. Slm,
vtollD. ulon bnS .ft.
OMAHA CONNS.CTIO EI.trto Us i Barliogv
uu railf. Umiv. lAxaUturiw.
aMiws 10 in Utbwucu, kUTiMi tit.
Brery thing you bav
to sell U wanted hj
eomslody If price aa4
quality are right A
Dm Waat a4 13
JsA tk costoQie
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