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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 7, 1908)
TITK OMAHA DAILY II HR: SATIIKDAY. XOVKMREIl 7. 190S.
BRAN DEIS Women Fine
Women's S25and qo a ninplQ
oample oults at
Great Special Sale
Extraordinary Sale Silks
Manufacturers' mill ends of fine silk velvets,
newest shades, 21,-; to 10 yard length.-thc
rarest opportunity ever known to Imy'liigh
class silk velvets at the Ji
regular price Saturday, v
a yard, at
SI and $1.25 Dress Silks 49c Yd
Beautiful satin messalincs, in new -colorings
warp bengalines, chavron fancies satin
New York Model Hats
New shipments just received from our New
York buyer who secured several hundred
' stunning models at a sacrifice.
Such Bargains Were Positively Never Before Offered at a Sale in Omaha
Entire Surplus Stock and Sample Lines, Bought From a
New York Manufacturer Stunning Suits, Worth Up To $30, at
stripes and dotted, satin barred ry.
taffeta, etc., etc. black and I'V
colors, at, yard Jt
ii i r w -
J Great Assortment of New York
! Model HatsIn the Smarts
J. est New Styles
J Large and medium sized hats trimmed
f'; charmingly with ostrich plumes and tips
J; sasnes, leathers, bands, etc., t
model hats, at.
Your Choice of all the S20
and $30 Fall Model Hats
from the Purchase.
J ' Smart as they can be and elegantly trim-
' med. in the newest New York stvl
J a stunning group at..
In all new fall styles and
colors ready to trim
worth up to
f speciaia-Cut Flower Dept
New Store South Sid
d 1 L.U ..4. 11
r.. u l i. nn - j VJT II
4 VS V A
r ' All colors regular 11.00 a
p ; rosea large quantities, at,
floral Designs Our Specialty
J CARNATIONS Long items, at 30c doz.
Chrysanthemums at Special Prices
, Also American Beauties and Violets
d i Boston Ferns and Asparagus at Low Prices
There were just 700 smart new Suits in this
purchase. Many of them are samples and
are individual styles.
Scores of Smart
Variations of the New
Long, graceful Coats with L'Aiglon collars
and revers large . button trimmings and
elaborate finishings of braid.
Skirts are in modified sheath effects also
coat skirts, buttoning all the way down front
Worth $25, $30 ma $35
TV-i 1 T.-
Such genuine bargains in Women's Fall
Tailored Suits were never before offered in
Omaha never so many high-class Suits to
sell at such extreme bargains.
Every New Fall
Color Is Here.
, In new, bright colors, In blacks and In those mix
tures so smart In plain tailored suits. Most of the
coats are satin lined. The tailoring in these Suits Is
specially good the workmanship Is what you expect
In high-class Suits. Every Suit In the purchase on
sale Saturday at one price.
Saturday In Sweetland
Another Big Chocolate Sale Twenty popular
sinus oi cnocoiaies an or. tnern
are our regular 40c kinds
Saturday only at,-lb.
JDaiduffs Molasses Kisses
Saturday at, per
Homemade Fudge, a large
variety of flavors, IP
at, pound . ,'JC
Trowbrtdfe's Orlrinal Choa.
everywhere at 60c lrl
lb., Saturday at, lb
irtorla Chocolate Al
at, a pound
Remember NEXT MONDAY is the
Wonderful Sale of - J
Be Sure and See the X Big Window Displays d
GREAT BLANKET SALE SATURDAY
DO NOT BUY A BLANKET THAT IS TOO SMALL
No Matter How Much or How Little You Pay For a Blanket, Get One That is Full Size
BLANKETS at 75c Pr.
We are at the present time
belling 12-4 cotton blank
ets at 75c per pair. There
is no larger blanket made
no matter what price you
pay for it. These are soil
and fleecy and very good
gains at, pair. . . .
Extra Heavy 12-4
Cotton Blankets at SI Pr
White, Gray and Tan
Very soft and fleecy and extra
heavy. They weigh 6 pounds
to the pair.
We will sell them as long aa 20
cases or 1,000
pair last at,
Blankets not so good as these
are being sold In Omaha at a
great bargain for $1.75 pair.
12-4 Wool Naps and
Australian White or Gray
Cotton Blankets $1.60 Pair
Those soft, fleecy, wool finished
Blankets, with wide Bilk bind
ing. This is indeed a verV
superior blanket on which we
have had such an extraordi
nary sale this year. We bought
over 5,000 pairs of them and
that is why we are enabled'
to sell this 12-4 Cfl Cfl
Blanket, a regu- u) II JU
lar $3 quality, st, II
BLANKETS at 69c Pr.
Fancy striped cotton blan
kets, just the thing for
bath robes, slumber
gowns and house wrap
pers. They come in neat
pink, blue and tan stripes
and are worth $1.25 per
pair. On sale now
as long as we have
them In stock, at,
$2.50 SATEEN COMFORTERS IIN ALL COLORS PLAIN CENTERS-COLORED BORDERS C LQ
W honglit 50 ennrm at nn xrr-tl"rmHy low price. 85 cas wfr Bold lam Saturday, t"t IScawog wfnt atray by the railroad company and have only f I J
uwt arrived. Thuw who wr unahle to gt them last Hmurday will havi an opportunity Saturday morning There ara only 15 cawew of tlurn II
. and they will not Inxt long. They pome In all colora, were made to retail at li.BO each.' At tl earn they are the greatest Comforter bargain ever J
offyrertvJtnjpore anywhere. We will onitwnUiriitw
A Special Purchase o? 1,000 i
9 and 10-in. Frames
worth up to $2, each
1,000 high grade black carriage bags in this S
purchase, all fine quality leather and leather (
lined a manufacturer's surplus stock of f
these hand bags, worth up to $2.00 each, tit i'
Men's thin model Watches
German silver case,
warranted for perfect
One-piece Kaby Alli
gator 13a;, o!h. v
Etores usl; $7, iiu
cfals $3.98 S4.QS
Women's tMt Tins Oxi
dized gold plate, set
with fancy stones and
raised flower effects,
worth COc and 75c, 23
Over 20 Xew Styles in Bracelet For women and
misses, at special prices for Saturday only.
k DRANDEIS lj
Book Sale !
In Brandeis Book Dept
New Copyright Books That Afk (
Were Published at $1.50, for fUzC
Brass Bowl, by Louis J.
Six-Cylinder Courtship, by
Little Citizens, by Myra
Red Saunders, by Henry
Fighting Chance, by Rob
Rosalind at the Red Gate.
by Meredith Nicholson.
Emmy Lou, by George
Lion's Share, by Octave
Golden Horseshoe, by
Lavender and Old Lace,
by Myrtle Reed.
YOUR CHOICE AT BRANDEIS at 49c
Great Drug Bargains
2Sc bottle Hydrogen Per
2Gc Dr. Graves' Tooth
25c Colgate's Talcum Pow
2.ric Sanltol Tooth Powd..l9c
25c Rublfuum 19c
Uso Pond Lilly Cream for
$1.00 Pompelan Massage
$1.50 Oriental Cream.. $1.09
60c Satin Kkln Cream... 3 9o
60c Hays' Hair Health.. 45c
50c Herplclde 45c
60c Carmen Powder. ... 38c
2,ric linptd. Rice Powder. 17c
75e Wood Violet Sachet
Powder, per 0. 49c
15c Chamois 9c
60c White Rose, Crab Apple.
Lilac or Jocky Club, pr
25c Woodbury's Facial
5 cakes Ivory Soap 19:
6e Tar Soap, 3 cakes.,.. On
26c Cutlcura Soap 20c
10c Palm Olive or Jap Rose
You cannot afford to mls
this opportunity a Renu
Ine Ideal Hair tn,.
Brash for OOK-
One to a customer.
$3 Fountain Syringe. .j ;n
85c Fountain Syringe. ... 5!c
$1 Fountain Syringe 6!ic
$1 Hot . Water Bottlo. . . u&e
85c Hot Water Bottle... 5c
$3 Female Douche $:'.00
$3 60 Marvel Whirling
$1.60 Hot Water Hi. ttle, $1.09
$1.76 Chamois Vests. ..$ 1 .3U
WB BELL PATX1TT MEDX
CllfZS AT CUT PKICB.
26o White Pine Com
J6o Ilsterlnn i:tr
26c Broino-Seltzer i' lu
ll Lyilla Pinkham's k'
tahlH ( 'niiitiftiinH . . Rut
II Swamp Root. . .
Ask for Mme. Yalo'
hnnk on fh trentlH,. 11
ence of Health and Beauty.
O'S flee H
of .Sri- V
GRAIN TRAFFIC ON INCREASE
Receipta and Shipmenti Are Heavier
October, 1908, Than 1907.
DURUM AND WHITES WHEAT BIO
Lrr Qltles of This Grata Are
Cassia - late) Omaha, Wktrtii
Year Aao It Wm
' ; Uckla.
Aecelpts and shipments of grain for the
month of October as tabulated by the
Omaha Grain exchange show an Increase
In the amount of wheat received this year
In Omaha over October, 1907. The larger
amount Is an Indication of the way Omaha
. la extending as a grain ' center. Large
quantities of Durum and hard winter wheat
from Colorado are now being received here
and, none came from this section a year
ago. With 100,000 new farms in the Da
kota as the result of recent land open
ings the amount of grain shipped here Is
certain to be still much greater In amount.
Corn receipts are small compared with
a year ago. This Is easily explained, how
ever. The three corners In wheat which
Patton of Chicago successfully manipulated
have cleaned up the country with respect
to this grain and an enormous amount lias
reached the grain centers far earlier than
The official figures follow:
Oat.... 2,2. )
Oats 1,92. 4"
Barley 101, (HO
Shipments for October, 1908, were:
NO MORE DYSPEPSIA OR STOMACH MISERY
Eat Tour Favorite Foodi Without
Fear of Indigestion or Upiet
Borne people think they have Indiges
tion, others Catarrh of the Stomach, oth
ers NervousneHs, Cancer or Dyspepsia,
etc. Call it this If yon will, bat the real
nam for your trouble la Food Fermenta
tion, with only partial digestion. Kvery
thlng you eat turns to either Acid. Stom
ach gas or kjtomach poison, which weak,
ens' the digestive organs, rauslng a lack
of gastric Juice. Your food sours, Is only
half digested, and you become affected
with loss of appetite, pressure and full
ness after eating, burning sensation, a
Reeling of vomiting, heartburn, water
brash and tenderness In the pit ef the
stomach, slimy tongue, bad taste In the
siouth, constipation. , nausea, belching of
a diaalBeaa, sick headaches, mental de
pression and many other common symp
toms. You can cure all this by not eating, by
not putting any food In your stomach to
ferment; but how about the nourishment
needed to sustain your bodily strength?
If you are a stomach sufferer, either uiun
or woman, young or old, whether you call
It Indigestion or any other name, go now
to your druggist and give 10 cents tor a
case of Tape's Dlapepsln.
Every possible kind of Stomach trouble
Is readily cured by Dlapepsln, which take
right hold of the food In your stomach
and digests It alone, without the help of
the stomach, just as If your stomach
After a few days use of Dlspepsin your
Stomach wilt again be In good working
order, your meals will thoroughly digest
and your Intestines will be clean and
fresh, and you will have no use for lax
atives or liver regulators.
P0ST0FF1CE SHOWS GAINS
Bluj Increase la Volume of Business,
ladlratina; Growth for
During the month of October Just ended
the Omah'a postofflce shows a tnarked In
crease In the work of all of Us depart
ments as compared with that of a yeir
ago. Indicating a big growth in bunineas.
Herewith is given a detailed statement of
the work of the Omaha office during tha
respective months of October, 1907 and 191:
. POSTAL RECEIPTS. I
Sales of stumped paper...$3.212.94 63.810 JO
Second class matter 6,648.08 7.184.-'
SJ and4th-claiis matter.. 4.4.23 95J.2S
Total $70,175.25 71,947.30
Increase for 1!X)8, $1.7TJ.05, or i per cent.
Ko. registered pieces for dlspatrh. 6.152 7.049
No. registered pieces delivered. .. .8.3SS 8.479
Increase for 19i: Dispatch, 897; deliveries,
MONEY ORDER DEPARTMENT.
Money orders Issued. ...$ 8ft. S5S 83 $69,966.37
Decrease for 19oK Vv9iS
Money orders paid S k.lil 63 298.081 41
Irjcrease for 19t, $33,36.87, or 12 per cent.
Outgoing-No. pieces .S25 ) 7.613.410
Ini-iiming No. pieces !.l'i.530 2.SM6.S50
Outgoing: Increase for 19i, 1.117.640
pieces, or 17V4 per cent. Incoming: Increave
for 19l, 687.320 pieces, or 28 wr cent.
Aa Inlr Gash
should be covered with clean bandages
saturated with Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
Heals burns, wounds, sores, piles. 25c. For
sale by Beaton Drug Co.
CoaTeatlua at Aarlcalt arlsls.
Dr. Charles C. Clark, associate statis-
lidaa ot tha pesartmant ai AaWauu
one of the delegates to represent tha United
States at the general assembly of the In
ternational Institute of Agriculture, which
Is to convene In Rome, Italy, In November,
lias sailed to be present for the preliminary
work' of the Institute. The convention will
be for the purpose of preparing a plan of
organisation of the Institute which will be
pasned upon bv the general aBs mby, con
sisting of delegates from the forty-six sig
natory powers. One of the Important fea
tures of the Institute's work will be efforts
toward perfec ting some plan of collecting,
unifying and disseminating International
statistics of agricultural products.
SECRETARYSHIP FOR SOMEONE
Associated Charities Has Position to
Be Filled at the Meeting
The annual meeting and election of the
Associated Charities will be held at 2
o'clock Saturday afternoon at the office of
the president, K. C. Barton. Reports of
the year's work will be made and plans for
the coming year discussed. The election of
a permanent secretary to succeed S. P.
Morris, who resigned several months ago
to become associated' with the national
child labor committee, will be the most Im
portant business. William Leonard, the
present acting secretary. Is not a candidate
for the position. Applications from aiout
fifteen men and women are being consid
ered, among these being several of wide
experience and more than local rputatlon.
ro aeunne hcuuii win ue luaen regaruing
several policies that have been suggested J
until after the new secretary is installed.
- " Ik: ,ua
OLDEST IN YEARS HIGHEST IN HONORS
MOST WIDELY USED
A good housekeeper says: "All the eaily yeais of my life
weie spent in the tropics of India; and in the many English
and American homes with which I was familiar Baker's
Cocoa was almost universally used. Since coming to this
I Viav vrurimrni4 with other makes, but have
tuuiiu r i ...... -
put them all aside for Baker's, which seems so much more
Walter Baker & Co. Ltd.
j AVE YOU noticed the attractive)
ii weaves and colorings on display
this season? The handsome effects la
Greens, Olives, Browns and Grays?
The styles this season are so radical
from former seasons, that any hold
over suit will be unpleasantly conspic
uous. Better array yourself In up-to-date
To Even Vo Our Medium Pri
L,lne we have reduce! the price
on many of our highest grade fab
rica. You'll find a liberal assort
ment of $30 and $43 sty lea on the
$40 tab!es-$42 and $40 atyles en
the $33 tab!es-$35 and $33 fab.
rica at $30.
Trousirt J6 to $12 Suits 525 to $50
WILLIAM JERKKMS' BOH
&OW-11 houth Ifith Si.
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