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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 12, 1908.
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Grandest Sale oi Long Kid Gloves
Ever Held in Omaha
and other famous makes
Real Kid Glace and French
Suede 16-burUn elbow
BLACK. TAN. W HITE and
ALL THE CORRECT
Fastened with 3 Pearl but
ton or clasp fasteners, Gus
seted sleeves. Thousands
of women have marveled
at ths win
ol these fllovei
TBIT WILL II
flTTED IF DESIIED
Positively worth up to $4 Pair
Women's Silk Hosiery
Pure Thread Silk Black and all Colors
Plain and fancy silk also all
over lace and lace boot pat
terns double .solos and spliced
hocls some have lisle soles
and lisle garter tops, worth
regularly $2 pair, GQ
at, a pair
30c Hosiery at 25c
Womrn'n nnd men' Hale hosiery, In btsk
and fanry colors, all over lace C)PA
anil lace boot pHtterns, worth ZllP
tOc pair, at, pair... ssusv
k. i m i -it i mm si m
Misses', Children's and Beys Heavy Ribbed School Hose
Fast blacks, good quality of fine and heavy fin lO'a
ribbed, made to stand hard wear, at xUC"X.sl2l
Fine all silk Ribbons, in black and white and all colors,
all widths, plain taffeta and moire, C A
worth up to 20c yard, at, yard CIUC
$5 CORSETS for SI
Man j' well known makes of high class corsets, including
fine samples all new lengths, including the very long
effects made of batiste, coutil and brochet, (FflOO
every one a bargain, worth up to $3, at Cp I
Calling Cards and
Printed la our card printing da-pait-ceni
East Areada moat
u:oirats prlcaa in On-aha.
BEAUTY PARLOR SPECIALS
In Oar Hairdrasinf, Manioarinf
Dept. Second rioor.
McCarthy'a Curling Fluid keeps tha
hair in curl In damp and 'not
weather, Saturday ado
Coolest hair roll in Omaha at a
Single Puffi . . flSo
Puffs, ( in iet 75o
The price doei not alwaya tell.
Qunlity roust be considered. Our Sat
urday's list revreaenta a substantial
saving. Better' order early.
rotatoaa, fresh, good slate. 20C
Xlppared Xsrrinf, "Aberdeen's' 17 i
bt.t, per can v
Cockles, our make. fresh, crisp, JC
ussorlcd, 2 duien for
BN Coffs, 2 pkga.
Olives, iiuart Jar., extra eooi quality,
last chance this price. 9p
Soap, l'roctor & Gamble's "White
Crown", cheap at 6 for 25c; - 25f
V bars for "v
Pot Boast, lean, tender and Juicy,
lrom torn fed beef. 0
per lb 0t
Spring Cniokana, our dressing, al
ways fresh and reliable; no C
stale left overs, per lb v
vrhita Cakes. 3 layers, the best and
largest cake in Omaha, any Jjjg
Traits and Tegetables, home grown
fresh, full assortment, lowest prices.
Johnson & Goodlett Co.
20th and Lak St.
Phone I Web. 1S75I Znd., S-1S7S.
Bava you eaten lt
If not try It
ASK TOUB OBOOXa f OS . XT.
T"p Is the most whole
J. X some bread sold.
TSS X.ABEX. IS OB Til XiOAJ
NEW ENGLAND BAKERY
KIT Lnranworth Kt.
S-BOBB XOUOI.AS 1SOT
Our Mioses' Shoes for . fall and
winter wear are a very attractive
line of choice, Just right Shoes.
They are made by a special
maker, who understands how to
make Misses' Shoes correctly.
GUN METAL CALF.
TAN RUSSIAN CALF.
BUTTON OH LACE.
$1.50, $2, $2.50
If -we fit the younar ladv'a feet
she will be fitted with the shape of
last, size and width of shoes she
FRY SHOE CO.
10th and Douglas Streets.
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8 Stock of the Omaha Clothing and Furniture 8
M'.. aV sT , aw
R Co., 1315-18 Farnam Street on Sale at R
$50,000 Stock Bought at 50 Cts. on tho $1
An opportunity of a lifetime. The greatest special
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sale or iurniture Known to tne entire west, i nousanus
0 of new pieces are being placed on the floor daily to take q
uie June ui uiuat aiitauy suiu. jluii l uciuy, uuiilr. VJ
q while the stock is large and the assortment good. q
Iron Beds at One-Half Price
Dining Room Chairs at One-Half Price
Parlor Suites at One-Half Price
Extension Tables at One-Half Price
Sideboards at One-Half Price
China Closets at One-Half Price
Dressers at One-Half Price
Chiffoniers at One-Half Price
Library Tables at One-Half Price
Combination Bookcases at One-Half Price
Library Bookcases at One-Half Price
Center Tables at One-Half Prce
Buffets at One-Half Price
Sofa Divans at One-Half Price
Brass Bed at One-Half Price
Sofa Bed Davenports at One-Half Price
Velour Couches at One-Half Price
Leather Couches at One-Half Price
Pedestal at One-Half Price
Fabricoid Couch at One-Half Price
Weathered Oak Buffets at One-Half Price
Parlor Chairs at One-Half Price
Rockers at One-Half Price
Kitchen Safes at One-Half Price
Kitchen Cabinets at One-Half Price
Wardrobes at One-naif Price
Children's Beds at One-Half Price
Ladies Desks at One-Half Price
Music Cabinets at One-Half Price
Fancy Parlor Goods at One-Half Price
Easy Payments Just t tie Same O
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GOOD THINGS TO EAT AT MONEY SAVING PRICES.
Specials for Saturday, Sept. 12th
5,000 lbs. California Ham (sugar
cured), per pound ......QH
Roast Beef (shoulder cuts) QM
1,000 lbs. Bacon (fine lean strips),
per pound 15
From 7 to 8 p. m. 1,000 pounds
choice beef, for boiling, lb 2W
Potato Salad, per pint 15
Roast Beef, ready to serve, lb 253
Cooked Corned Beef, lb . . . .JSOtf
W. L. Masterman.' Co's. Mocha
Mixture, 35c; and Excelsior Blend,
26c; absolutely the best family
coffee In Omaha. For Saturday
market, special, 20S Two pounds
BUTTER AND EGG DEPT.
Special for Saturday only.
Fancy Creamery Butter, lb.. .23
Extra Fancy Creamery, pkg.25
Strictly Fresh Eggs 22
Two deliveries daily 10 a. m.
and 3 p. m.
Fancy Calif. Bartlett Pears, per
Colorado Freestone Peaches, per
Plums, per basket 35
Jersey Sweet Potatoes, 8 pounds
Fresh Lettuce, per head .... 1
Fresh Radishes, 6 bunches. . .54
Country orders receive prompt
Mill llll Ii I .smw.MuwwMi;j .)y
Boy ol Yours
IT'S THE BEST PLACE IN THE CITV SOc
Noon Day Lunch Grill Room
FROM 12 to a
D C. SCOTT, D.V.S.
(Bwxwaaor to Dr. H. U TUmacriotU.)
AMUYAsTr SYATI -mWMAMMAM
Dtfts mmt SbMpnal. SSIO Haaoa
Catla Promptly AnawerrJ at All Hsvia,
gaaa Offlca aaxmay !. n-,,.. lrw
INSIST ON GETTING
it Is the beat to b had
une trial vrtU cou
Good down to U10
V. F. BAKING CO.
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I am prepared with my fall
line to make them for you
on short notice.
Fit and Wear Guaranteed
Sbirt Maker ami Men's Furnisher
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Tix. J Woolaa Uadarwsar
Xr. Xtalaial's Uw Mma Uaaarwaar.
The Twentieth Century Farmer
Ga tw lk Lit llvak Ma.
His shoes his feet should be
your first consideration. Put him
on his feet right early in life.
The importance of shoeing the
boy right while he is growing Is
overlooked by many, a parent.
Most of the foot troubles that you
have can be avoided In the boy If
you are particular.
The boys' shoe department at
this store is a big factor of our
business. We are specialists in
boys' shoes. We not only carry
the stock, but It's the best money
can buy. We are always particu
lar in fitting boys' shoes.
One of our best Boys' Shoes.
Little Gents' $2.00
Sizes 10 to 13
Sizes, 1 to 2
Sizes, 2 to 5.
Drexel Shoe Co.
1410 FARNAM STREET.
A Tremendous Money-Saving Clothing Sale
THE RELIABLE STORE sKj ' V l A I
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Exponents of Good Living.
10c Jello (4 packages) 25
16c Shredded Wheat Biscuit (per
5c Small Pet Milk (3 canst
15c Grapenuts (3 packages) ... 25?
25c tins Walter Baker's Cocoa
(per tin) 22?
35c Tetlcy's Ceylon Tea ( Va-pound
12'.4c can Flat Salmon .Stea'.c (three
One of New York's best cloth
ing manufacturers made up for
u prominent Pittsburg merchant,
an immense line of Men's Suits
to sell at $18.00, $20.00 and
Owing to the recent depres
sion in Pittsburg the firm was
obliged to cancel the contract
and the manufacturer, in need
of the cash, offered us the entire
stock at a price which enables
us to offer them to our customers
Saturday at LESS THAN MAK
All are newest Fall and "Winter
1908-'9 styles, all hand tailored
in the most aiiistic manner,
nearly 3,000 suits included in
this purchase sale, $18.00, $20.00
and $22.50 values, at
Don't make any mistake, these same goods are now on sale in
Omaha at prices ranging from $18.00 to $22.50. That this is a fact
can readily be proven by comparison. Don't be misled by any
glib salesman taught in the American Correspondence School how
to get a bonus for selling -cheap clothing at a big price.
All Mail Orders Filled at These Prices and Satisfaction Guar,
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Boys' School Suits
The greatest assortment and best values ever'
shown in Omaha. THREE BIO SPECIALS FOR
S2.95 S3.95 S4.95
many of the suits come with two pairs of pants, one
plain and one knickerbocker, all sizes 3 to 16 years.
A PAIR OF FINE ROLLER SKATES FREE
with each Boys' Suit Purchase Saturday. Skates
are best quality extension rollers, that sell regu
larly everywhere at $1.50.
Big Shoe Sale Saturday
Buy School Shoes Saturday at almost y2 the regular prices:
Misses' and Children's School Shoes, the kind that give satisfac
tion, usually priced at $1.50 and $1.75, at $1.00
Men's $3.00 and $3.50 Shoes, all leathers and in all styles, 1.98
Women's Oxfords in tan or back, in welt or hand turned soles,
worth "up to $3.50, at pair $1.98
200 pairs "Women's Oxfords, worth up to $2.50, in patents and
vici kids, at pair $1.00
Boys', Youths' and Little Gents' quilted sole School Shoes, the
kind that the kids can knock the covers off the tin cans with,
worth up to $1.75, at pair $1.19 and 98c
MEATS! SZffi MEATS!
READ SATURDAY'S SPECIAL PRICES:
8c lb. Mutton Legs 8c? lb.
lb. 8c, 7c and
per lb. 10c, S
sage, lb. .
Steak, lb. .
per lb. ...
Veal Stew, '
5 lbs. .....
Bacon Strips, per lb 11C Picnic Hams, per lb.
Try Wens' First
I III fP&H (fMPAIfM
2Z7 JXy L"nM U VkV-U SZ? II
Per lb. .
liMh and 1'arnain hts.
Co Into th Komi
THE OMAHA BEE
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Clrftu tU4 banfl th bate.
J Hir Fail to tor Orj
Ki.'f 1 H;r to li Youthful Color.
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TO XT EI.EOTIOII Or
Ton will flnt your sljU s4 correct
fit at tb
Walk - Over Shoe Store
314 SOUTX 16TS ITSZET
(Too doom Bo. of Bsaton Drug- Oo.)
. aV. T0CPOsT. WaJk-Ova Matt.
The Twentieth Century Fanner
LIt Arleltral Payer,
Xo trip can surpass in pleasure and health a vacation
spent in the Rockies. Low rates in effect
every day to September 30, 1908.
For the round-trip to
Denver - - Colorado Springs - - Pueblo
Inquire at- J
CITY TICKET OFFICE, 1324 FARNAM STREET
VKOsTESl BILL SOTOL1I 1IM iVD ZVD. A8331.