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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 17, lf0
Matchless Spscial Bargains for Tuesday
High Class Dress Goods
Prom the Philip Roscngarten Stock
At the Fost Extraordinary Bargains
v Ever Known in the History of Omaha
All the t'irt pieces of elegant 4(5 to 54-inoh materials,
fancy invisible stripes and check serges, fauey poplinettes,
suitings ami coatings, shadow stripes and 'plain chiffon
hroadcloth worth from fPc to $2.00 yd. 4 big lots at, yd.,
10c 25c 49c j S9c
nhmmmmm anHmHi mmmmmaummm m
$3 Silk Chiffon Scarfs al $1
Beautiful all silk Chiffon Scarfs in dainty Dresden
.. patterns and delicate shadings 2 yards 31
long and full 24-inches wide. These scurfs l
anl automobile hat drapes are worth up M
to $i?.00 special sale at
Big Special Sale of Shawls
We have bought out an entire shawl manufacturer, including
break fad! hawln, full sized single shawls and double shawls, and
have divided them Into three lots, to go on aale In our basement.
Choice of hundred of '50c all wool lireakfast (Shawls
on sale '
X'hoUt of strictly all wool Hlnjcle
, Khawln, In plain colors, checks
and plaids, worth $2.00
on sale C ft
Choice of any Double Shawls In
the entire lot, strictly all wool,
in plain colors, checks and
plaids, worth up to
B Veils at 15c s
All silk chiffon veils, o
(H-j: yards long, in all 5
colors, , a very special Q
bargain, for ffl 2
Tuesday, l O rj
at, each..... -""
n Women's Kid Gloves
0 In 8 and 10 Button lengths
Made 01 nnest lamDskin, in
blacks, whites and all the
very newest shades for fall
as high as $2 a
Tvvo Special Underwear Bargains
Men's fleece lined under
skirts and drawers, worth
Extra special in children's
fleece lined underwear
33c values, on bar- f Q
gain squares at. . . .I-rC
.regularly 45c each
bargain square at,
New Style Effects '
Long Black Co acts a.t $15
These stunning coats are in directoire
and demi-empire styles
some are beautifully trim-
nied ; all sizes, at
These petticoats are in black and all col
ors same quality silk as used C
in $15.00 petticoats; special at. . .p J
Nothing is so smart for wear with the
new tailored suits as one of these plain
tailored silk waists, in black or fc C
in various popular colors, at PJ
DR, BRADBURY, DENTIST l.JS8fi2 f.VM""
Pathless Extruding 50c ruTiTjnrf n ni ,
(frown, up from.. (2.60
Partial 1'Jutes, up
, fruin S8.00
ruilngy. ' ui front 80a
. . i.
' up t rem . .
Brldtre Work. Der
toot h, up from S3-50
Nerves removed with
Work guaranteed ten
WW V V ?
jJJf See the Ostrich Window J
Double S. & H. Green
From 8:00 to
11:00 O'clock k
Two stamps Instead of one for each 10c you
spend In any department of the store. Plan your
purchases for the morning hours. Trading Manip
secure you handsome premiums that are suitable
for Xmas gifts. Here's a cliance to fill your book
in half the time' and at half the outlay,
Tuesday Again, 36-Inch Taffeta
10 full pieces o heavy, rich, all silk black Taffeta with a brilliant
finish good wearing quality for petticoats or suits 7Q
$1.26 regularly, at, yard i ZJC
Astrakhan and Bearskins
AND OTHKH COATINGS TUESDAY AT 1IAI.E
These fine materials for children's warm coats, new this season, and In
all the best colorings
Astrakhans that are regularly $3.60 yard, in black, white, gray, red,
green, cadet, etc $1.75
Itearskin, in black and navy, 64 Inches wide, regular $2.00 goods,
Coating", in imitation fur effects, many kinds. $4.00 kinds SU.OO
$5.00 kinds $2.50 17.00 kinds $3.75
Double S. & II. Trading Stamps, H to 11 o'clock, on every purchase j
OMAHA'S PVHE FOOD CSBTTR. H
atostnnr.nt on 8d rioo. Dainty
Metis at Moderate Fries. Opa irom 1
7 ft. m. to 7 p. rn. Saturdays trojaB
7 A. M. to 9 P M. r
Flnrlris Oranges. pT dozen . .Uo t
New York' Baldwin Apples, bbl $1 '
Six and 8even Crown Kiss, lb. 15c I
Almonds, per lb Iftc'
Peanuts, per qt 5c 1
Prunes, per lb rtc m
Macaroni, per pkg Oc
Creamery Rutter, per lb 2Hc
Country Rolls, pr lb 2flc I
Sand 11111 Potatoes, per bu..75c
Excellence Flour, per sack . .91.25 1
L'p-to-Date Washing Fowd., pkg. 8c'
Courtney's Coffee Shop. J
It's ey to buy prood coffre, f rsh- d
ly roasted. If you r-omo here for It. I
Hrlng us your coffee trouhlen. IfF
you epprvclate quality, we know
vou will be Pleased with Courtney's
Quality." Ord-r ANKOLA today.
Courtney's ANKOLA Coffee. None i
other "Just s good," per lb 39ol
Threo pounds for f 1.00 '
goartney & Go I
17th and DonfUi 8t. p
Phone Xong-laa 647 v
PrlTftt Exohftnrs Connects AU Septa.
Values to S4.
at SI. 98, $2.50
THE RELIABLE STORE
53.50 to 58,
at 51. 85-52. B5
Snowflake Cotton Comforters
White, light and as fluffy as
down, sllkoline both sides, yarn
knotted, $3.00 kinds. . $1.75
Heacon Blanket Bath Robes, full
72x90 inch, many color combina
tions, $2.50 kind $1.08
Outing Flannel Stripes and Checks
8v3c Bleached Cotton Flannel,
' at 4H
12V&C Outings, plain pink and blue
and dark gray mixtures.. 7H
ItlanketN, extra good 75c quality,
in tan, gray and white, pair 48
Cotton Blankets, largest size, 12-4,
gray only beBt $1.75 blankets,
Very heavy and warm gowns, with
fleecy nap, well made, cut wide
and full, Beveral styles $1.00
Flannelette House Dresses Two
piece fleeced, dresses, skirt and
dressing sacques, also wrappers,
good washable cojprs . . $1.25
Black Jersey Leggings, 60c, 75
White Bearskin Lessings at.$l
Chinchilla Leggings, red, blu;,
gray and brown $1.50
Astrakhan Leggings, in gray, blue,
brown,, white, for SI. OO
Tan Leather Leggings ..$1.50
Wonderful Sale Fine BWck Skirts
Not Even Half Value Silk and
Voile S15, $18 and $20 Skirts
One hundred and fifty stunning models, made from high grade
taffetas and imported Altman voiles, plain tailored and exquisitely
trimmed styles. All in tremendous sale, Tuesday, choice, $7.50.
Heavy Long Coats StyllshEmplre coats, with very full circular
gkirt, made of dark stripe Bannockburn tweeds,
for Young Women gnuglv fitted garments with self strappings.
One of the dressiest low priced coats shown this season $10
MISSES' COATS Three clever styles that are really $10 values, all
wool thibet, some with velvet collar, some with broadcloth collar and
cuffs and braid trimmings, also heavy stripe coats, long loose box
and fitted garments $7.95
Few more of our Higher Priced Suits to go
FREE TREATMENT OFFER
ENDS NEXT FRIDAY.
All Tatients Taken Before Xov. 20th
Will Get a Month's Treat
At'STRO AMERICAN DOCTORS
Have ProTen That the Austrlan-Amer.
lean Treatment Is the Greatest
In the World.
All patient, accepted for treatment be
fore November 30 will be given a month',
treatment. Including all medicines, abso
lutely free. It Is the aim of the specialists
to prove that tho AuBtrlan-Amerlcan sys
tem of treatment Is the most successful
treatment In the world.
1'eople from all over the state and from
surrounding states have taken advantage
of this generous offer of the noted spe
cialists. They are taking the treatment
and in turn are being cured. The same
marvelous cures that have made Austria
famous are now being effected In America
by the Austrian-American treatment, which
Is. the same as that of the old country.
Don't think that because these great spe
cialists have the best method of curing
diseases that the cost of being well 1s too
high. The Austro-Amerlcan doctors have
put the price within the reach of ell. Be
side they are giving a month's treatment
and medicines absolutely free to all who
take treatment before next Friday.
Don't miss a chance like this. If you are
suffering with any form of any chronic
or nervous disease see these great spe
cialist, at once. They can and will make
you well. They will cure you permanently
by first removing from the system the
trouble that causes the disease.
No system of treatment In America can
compare with the Austrian-American treat
ment. No specialists 1n the land are giv
ing this wonderful treatment except the
Austro-Amerlcan doctors, permanently lo
cated In Omaha In the Ramge building,
opposite the Orpheum theater.
Another Great Skirt Sale Tuesday
Entire stock of a prominent New York
manufacturer was secured by our
buyer at a small fraction of their
actual worth. The first shipment, in
cluding all styles ami colors in fine
Panamas and fancy mixed materials,
lias just been received, many skirts
in the lot worth to $10.00, and all of
them bargains, surpassing any ever
before shown in Omaha QO QC
at sale price V4-WU
Silk Underwear Free
To every purchaser of orw nf our reg
ular $8.90 voile skirts, elegant quality
garments, trimmed with folds and
bands of taffeta, we will give free of
charge ono of our best $5.00 silk pet
ticoats, made of guaranteed taffeta
and every one warranted for wear a
one day sale, only, and tho most dar
ing bargain offer ever QC QC
made in Omaha; both for. . ?J3J
SPECIAL UNDERSKIRT OFFERINGS
$2.00 Heatherbloom Underskirts, 20 dozen in the lot for selection
for this one day; your choice $1.25
Regular $1.')0 black sateen underskirts, 15 dozen in the lot for
selection; choice' C9c
Several magnificent bargain offerings in Tailor Suits and
Coats for Tuesday. . You can readily save from $3.00 to $8.00 or
your coat or suit. Investigate, it pays.
Extra Specials for Tuesday
From 9 to 0:30 A. M. One case of
Farmer's Choke, the finest 10c
bleached! muslin made, fine for the
needle, 10 yards to customer, at, per
From 10 to 10.30 A. M. One case of
XC Celebrated Beacon Mills Blankets,
regular price $2.50. This is 11-4 fine
felted, fine weight and best make.
Only 25 pairs, at, pair ... $1.274
From S to 2.30 P. M. One case of
Amoskeag 1921 Outing Flannel, dark
or light colors, 10 yards limit, at,
per yard 5
From 3 to 3:80 P. M. One case of
fine wool Blankets, extra large and
extra heavy, regular price $4.98, two
pairs limit, at. pair $1.08
Several other sales for all day. Five
special half hour sales on seasonable
merchandise at different times.
All Grocery, Fresh Fruit, Vegetable, Cracker, Cheese and llutter specials
advertised Sunday fur Monday will be continued for Tuesday's selling.
About twenty $60 and $75 Suits, only one of each kind
handsomest models, closing out
;V: JCOWKrTOBE CAPTAIN
Omaha 'Boy Will Receive Promotion
? in lew Days.
C0KMAXD AT FORT WASHAKIE
,H iH III RrrclT Advance Rrsall
if I'ritmtloas . of Several Ofll-
errs J"uat ' In front
'"if riV..'-.' f Hm.
l iist, UetUfnutt 'W., B. Cowln of til
'Third iiilt'od flutes cavalry will within tli
Tnd'cd fltts cavalry will within the
next fw days be promoted to the rank of
iaiHli, froiu .the fct that he Is the senior
.first llfuti-nant of the cavalry branch of
tho srrvk', and receives Ms promotion by
seniority through, the promotion of other
off Ions of the cavalry just ahead of him
In tho line.
Lieutenant Covin Is the son of Urneral
Cioanses. preserve and
beautifies the teeth, and
Purifies the breath
A superior dentifrice
for people of refinement
Established in 1866 If
John C. Cow in of Omaha. Lieutenant
Cowln entered the service as a captain and
commissary of subsistence In 1898 and was
mustered out of the volunteer establish-'
ment In May 1899. In June of that same
year he was appointed to a second lieu
tenancy In the Third United States cav
alry, and was promoted to first lieutenant
With the retirement ot Colonel Edward
A. Godman of the Fourteenth I'nlted
States cavalry, which became effective Sun.
day, Lieutenant Colonel James B. Mickey,
now In the adjutant general's department,
becomes colonel of that regiment and
Major W. V. Beach of tho Fifteenth cav
alry becomes lieutenant colonel. Captain
William F. Flynn of the Klghth cavalry be
comes a nuijor. Capt iln Cowln rri;bibly will
bo transferred to the Klghth cavalry and
placed In command at Fort Washakie, Wyn.
MrlgadW-r Genera! Churles Morton re
turned Sunday from St. Louis. Where lie
attended the annual meeting of the So
cle'v of the Army of the Tennessee.
Nothing new has yet developed regnrrllnK
tlio coming of Brigadier General WIlllMn
H. Certcr to Omaha to succeed Genera
Morton In command of the Department of
the Missouri. No orders have yet been
ssued from army headquarters at Wash
ington revoking the rrogram which con
templates General Carter to this eominan.l,
and he may be here at any time, though
at present General Carter Is in Washing
ton on the army board making the new
army staff assignments.
Don't let stomach, liver nor kidney trouble
down you. when you oan qutckly down
them wltli Klectrlc Bitters. Sfc. For sale
by Beaton Drug Co.
Government Let Sale Begins.
I.AWTON. Okl, Nov. IS. The govern
ment lot sale of the half-section of Indian
sohool land adjoining lawtoa opened, by
act of the last congrs. begaji here (oday
with G.Ot persons a temilnr. lots sjIj at
Z'j r i em above tppi aiseu:.;.t.
$1.25 Cape Gloves, one clasp, tans
and black, $1.25 values .. 98 C
16 and 12 button French kid cape
gloves, -best colors, values to $4,
8 button Biarritz Gloves, tans only,
Women's mercerized Beamless 20e
black Hose for 12 H
Women's 25c mercerized Hose,
Tuesday, special 10
Boys' and girls' 12V4c ribbed
stockings for Q
Women's Vests and Pants, gray
and ecru, heavy 35c fleeced gar
ments, finest quality made 19
Fine Gauge Vests and Pants, white
and cream, crochet trim, 75c
Women's 75c Fleeced Union Suits,
at e , 490
Children's Wool Plaited 50c Suits,
Women's all linen handkerchiefs,
best 10c quality for 5
Women's all linen hemslitched and
embroidsred handkerchiefs, 25c
kind 3 for 50c, each 17t
Double Green Trading Stamps, 8
to 11 o'clock with all purchases
TRY HAYDEtrs FIRST
L3nT"nliHili"r- -- " - --" -..I'-'-TllITT!?!.-'' ",'""'" " ""TTmZmI'iiiimmi'J
The Best Corset News in Town
New tapering waist model, just as fash- -7 (
ion dictates; Tuesday JC
You never saw a better corset at $1.25. They
are perfect models that-the factory is introducing
through the Bennett store. Cut bias and gored
and built with extended hips. Made of sterling
Wh Clth anti atiste supporters, front and side; $l.'u
values lor 7llc Tuesday.
Bennett's Big Grocery
School shoes for misses and
children are more important than
shoes for father, mother or
We pride ourselves on the rec
ord we have made with our misses'
and children's school shoes.
They are made of plump kid
nnrl rrnn I n,. Iinv .alf L'vli.ni,,.
" . .... u ... vj a vail UAltu.lUU
soles Button or lace.
CHICAGO AND RETURN
November 29-30, December 1-2-7-8.
THE ELECTRIC LIGHTED CHICAGO' SPE
CIAL The most 'popular Chicago train leaves Omaha
at 6:30 p. m., and arrives Chicago 9 :00 a. m.
This train is lighted throughout by the dynamo sys
tem; carries highest grade of chair cars and standard
sleepers with two lights in every berth.
THE NEW STEEL LIBRARY OBSERVATION
CARS in service on this train are masterpieces of the
builders' art, and most luxurious and up-to-date in their
Sleepers and diner open t.o passengers at 6:00 p. m.
Other good Chicago trains leave Omaha at 7:25 a. m. and 4:20 p. m.
J. B. REYNOLDS, City Passenger Agent,
1502 Farnani Street, Omaha, Neb.
Children's SIas 8H to
Misses' Sizes 11 to QjJ
Young Womrnt' Sizes
A little more expensive than
some others, but a whole lot better
Ask (o see our Teddy Bear Shoes
iufant's to misses' sizes Some
Drexel Shoe Co.
1419 Farnam Street.
Cooking and Heating
Fuel and Trouble
EVERY CHARTER OAK 13
If your daalsr tris to talk you intn tkn
miitak of burins another make, wrias a ns
CHARTER OAK STOVE AND RANGE CO.
8T. LOUIS, MO.
Bennett's Capitol Coffee, per lb
Teus. a8ort.d. pound ., ,
Bennett's Capitol IVpper. ran
Bennett's Capitol Baklnif J'owder, can
II. J. lleinii bill I'lcKels, duaen for
Yankee Hose Toilet hoap, 3 chUi'S for
Karly J.no Peas, extra sifted. "Best We Have,'
A dvon Jams, assorted, two cans
"Brst vVe Have" Corn, three inu for
11 J. HrinE Hweet Unions, pint
Maple Cream, two cakes
t'eanut Salad Oil. bottle
lloiu-y special, pure strained honey, glass..,.
Wonder Wax, for laundry, six for
Bennett's Capitol Wheat, i.'-ll. pkg
Allen's Brown Bread Flour, pics;
,..88o and 30 (Sreen Stamps
...680 and !' tlreen Stamps
...10c and i Crceii Stamps
...84o und JO Circe n stamps
...85o und 10 Urten Stampi
Uc cans for lie
...SOc and 10 Ureen r!lau:ps
. ..SSo and 10 Oreen Stamps
...100 and 10 tlreen Stamps
.. 860 und 10 Ureen Stumps
.lSViO und 10 tireoa stumps
...Soo und 10 Orecu Stamps
...llo and 10 Oreen Stomps
...ISo und 10 Oreen Stamps
buys a beautiful stick pin, with garnets and pearls, also
fancy mountings 11.50 to 2.00 a signet pin with mon
ogTam. Ws hnvu handsome Una. Spend a few min
utes In our store. Look for th name. '
S. W. LINDSAY, Jeweler
IBIS BOUOIAI miET
iThe Bee for Hll the Sporting News
to make your visits t a dentUt, fre
quently. If there Is any diseased condi
tion or decay, he will discover it. while
In Its early stage. This economize x
penwc and pain, and you know the cxa''l
condition of your teeth. What patients
tell about our nperutions and prices gives
their friends a desire to have us lol
at their teeth.
. . . 75c up.
Taft's Dental Rooms
rn? sovaua srrmzsT.
rt ether drag hablia ara pnstttrsnr er4 ttf
UARITINA. For hjtKMlennle or internal osa.
Sample nt to anr nrns- bshttoe l K"
nsll, Rrnlr price tt m per bottle a M. Ite
your drugglM or bj saiil la fifes vrsppsr.
Mall Orders nUeid Ur
IIAVDEN UltUS.. 0L1I.. MCU
Broadway, Fifth Avenue and 27th St., NEW YORK.
r .-m f new
In tht Ctntrt
of tht Shopping
A Meiers. Nr CUm
rptt to U tti apaUV
nun. tunitohmia ud
acHTioM Mtifcljr m
tnrottghout. Popuu nh
ItuitM vwMbi the ttty wttb-
Iwwink tad cat.
& Is opt ta4 Ikusim.
t No esb It rt ftulr4. 0
fooiav 200 rooms vrftfc
Wlk H ot tad coid wcf
Room f 1.50 per day and upward.
(UN oC AM PLAN. fttOBCC W. SWVCCNCY, "a.saitTom,
Angus Gordon, Late Mgr. of King Edward Hotel, Toronto, Cat