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THE OMAHA DEC
Best f. West
VOL. XXXVIII NO. 24.
OMAHA. SUNDAY MOKXINd, XOVEXtHKK 1D08.
SINGLE COPY FIVE CENTS.
Well Known $1.00 Corsets Tomorrow 79c
Buy your Chrlslmts
present early in tho
day and early in De
cember. The workers be
hind the counters and
on the delivery warons
will appreciate, it.
Hand Drawn Fancy Linens
A Snpera holiday display. Wl la Tits lnapeotlon.
Ths assort man s are
Hand made Hatten
berir Ijii-e and fancy
drawn Scarfs, all 111
xM-tnch; also hand
drawn Squares, hand
with bow-knot and
11.60 and $176 val
now ai ineir asss.
Made by a prominent maker, substantially made hatful or C'ontll French bias gored model
Round and aquaro (
In. hand embroidered
loylles, round and
square Id-Inch Scal
loped Centers. 10-ln
Irawn Squares snd
lSx&4-ln. Hearts. 4c
values, at s5o
1 and zO-lnch Cen
ters. Round and
8iuare Hand - mad
and SO-lnch round
and square Scalloped
Centers, worth l"c,
nwuium ion my eneci. jnmrainfrn or lace ana rinnon. two pairs strong Vfb
a tip port era.
It'a a atandard dollar quality; on aale Monday
Also a specially selected lot of firmly boned ami dur
able coraeta in the beat styles, will be offered at 60o
You'll always find something exceptional In our popular corset section,
ruff lea, braaalerea, aupportera and pada. t Corset Dept., 2d floor.)
Nice variety af bust
TbGB Anv He ladles' Home Journal 0) 1 1
Pattern with the new Quarterly Style XIIC R M
J Book, at aTS
Mondaj a great sale handsome ap
plique and braids: something to
match mutt any color; new goods
worth to 50c yard, 11
at, yard . . . lUC
Exquisite trimmings such aa filet
nets and soutache effects, in
Persian and solid colorings;
edges and bandsvalues to $2.50
yard, for 48?
Bilk Chiffons 45-Inch, In nearly
every shade, regular 76o Monday
In rreat sale at 190
"embroideries. Edges snd Insertions,
In Nslnsook, Cambric and Swiss,
corset cover designs and widths,
worth 26c a largo lot. Monday
Man Tailored Skirts Made to Your Measure for $2
Sale Finest Suitings
Monday morning we start a
general reduced price Bale
on our finest . suitings,
fancy broadcloths, gray
suitings, hard finished wor
steds, novelties and all the
new foreign fabrics of the
better grades. Goods that
were marked 3.00 a yard.
All new late weaves and
colors. Finest goods
In our stocks;
And a skirt made to your
measure for 1 2.
The first time to onr knowledge, that such liberal proposition ha been made to women of Omaha. Buy a
Skirt length of any material in our stock at 50c a yard or over and a handsome model will be mado to yonr
By One of the Best Known, Most Prominent and
Expert Man .Tailors of Omaha
High class workmanship, absolutely perfect in fit, style and finish guaranteed. Every garment will be correct
in every detail or no sale. Just such tailoring that only the most thorough man tailors know how to work into their
garments. We take yonr measure and arrange a fitting in the tailor's own establishment. See the sample' skirts at
the dress goods counter.
The Same High Class Workmanship for Which Exclusive Tailors Regularly
Charge four and Five Times Two Dollars
Quite different to the methods usually employed when materials are sent away to some factory and carelessly
made by the cheapest kind of labor. This Is our first announcement of this arrangement. We advise selecting your
materials early to avoid possible delays for we anticipate crowds will take advantage of this offer.
We again make this remark
able offer. Select any silk
you like best In black or
colors in our stock and we
will make to your Individ
ual measure a handsome
showy Petticoat, guaran
teed to please you in every
way. The fit will be per
fect, the style and finish
done in first-class manner.
Buy the silk, we'll rnrr
make the petticoat 1 ivLEi
Special Monday, two cases of very
fine large 11-4 slxe, grey wool
blankets, weight 4 lbs., fancy
borders; considered good values
at 4.00 pair;
Our price, pair . . .
100 only very fine, large, silkoliue
covered Comforters, filled with pur
est snow-white cotton, almost as
light and fluffy as down. Its ex
treme llKhtness mkf It one of the
most desirable Comfortera made.
Slse 7!x4 Inches. Yarn knotted,
value IS 25 our price Monday
The Famous Stouffer Line of Genuine
Hand Painted China
An entire new line, famous the world over aa the most beautiful
and most perfect In execution of any hand-painted China extant. It's
the work of the world's beat artiste. Superbly decorated in Daisies,
Koaea, Poppies, Sunflowers, etc., also hunting and other scenes. A
matchless A in as display.
Bread ana Batter nates, t pat
terns, regular (2.60 values. .91.75
Coup nates, 10 beautiful decori-
ttons, In heavy aolld gold rinisrv.
is.bu ana st.oo values.
BLIOTIIO POTlLI B.
Greatest .variety of -shapes and
styles, from 13. SO to f"5. Monday
cleaning up all aamplca, 33H off
Salts and Peppers, barrel shape,
different patterns, $2.00 value,
per pair 91.85
gogwra and Crumj, artistic In
shape, dainty decorations
$ 60 values, per set S8.00
18.00 valuea, per set 8.&0
Chop Flats, very large and band
some, 6 patterns, $10 values, 97.60
'Salads and Barry Bowls, exquisite
shapes and decorations, $10 on
value, at 91M
High Grade China
Oenulna Dresden Bread and Battsr
Plates Handsomely decorated
Goal port and Adderley'e rrleadshlp
and CHft On pa and Bauoers Hlgh-
Jy decorated and gold finished
values for 32.50
values for 83.75
values f or 85.08
Genuine Cloisonne Vasea Worth $2.00,
special at -81 .25
Royal Doultoa Ware -Rail Plates and
Jugs, In such series as Jack Daw of
Rhelms, Automobile and Battle; also
' blue willow decorations; values - to
11.66, special . .w... ........ 98t
Llbbey Cut Glass
The Llbbey Olaaa Co. has brought
the art of cutting glass to the'
highest state of perfection. Its
fabrications are new and world
famous for the depth and rich- -ness
of their cut designs. A new
shipment specially priced for
Monday. W ara Baoluaiva Agents
Faultlessly Fashioned New Models in
Suits and Coats
In A Splendid Sale Monday
We feature again, tomorrow, a brilliant assemblage of high
clacts tailored apparel for women with values that are phe
nomenal. Our exceptionally fine business this year has en
abled us to buy now when manufacturers are rutting down
stocks and prices to 'end their seaaon. We have made fort
unate purchases as tomorrow's sales will show. Btunnlng
35 and $40 garments will be $25.00
Handsome hard finished worsteds with long coats lined with
Belding's satin, superbly tailored; trimmed with wide loose
folds and several other two-piece models. Also a very fine
variety of beautiful one-piece frocks that are taking the fash
ionable world by storm now. Positively good values at $35
and $40, are only 825.0O
. Striking Coat Styles
Observing women will readily note the high class tone and the
superior tailoring of these coats. Better values than these
heavy all wool diagonals In snug fitted styles, both straight
line and Empire effects, along with the
great assortment of black broadcloth gar
ments have never before been shown
New Skirts Sweater Coats
ADVANCE SPRIXG .STYLES
Just opened some very handsome,
new models in two new shades,
gray and beige; made of very
fine Imported mixed serges..
Tailored models with self straps
and buttons; new, graceful and
perfect fitting 810.0O
Stylish semi-fitted double-breasted
coats of pure worsted, has turned
cuff, patch pockets and 10 pearl
buttons;' colors, cardinal oxford,
also white and black $3.05
TAILORED WAISTS Of white linen
tucked and spoke stitched or wide
pleats, new models 82.50
$30.00 SET FOR f 10.00.
Includes a fine large four stripe pillow
muff and a 54-lnch. throw Doarf, genu
ine American 'Mink; beautiful and
sightly; worth fully $50.00; Monday
FI R NECK Rl'FFS Of splendid Squir
rel, large ribbon bow,s and a ruchlng
of lace and tinsel; new and dressy
' $8.00 values 83.05
Great Millinery Clearance
Commencing Monday, our
entire stock Trimmed and
I'ntrlnuned Hats, without a
There are thousands of
Hats, all as new and fresh
as the day when first put on
sale. A radical markdown
on the biggest stock of Hats
ever in any Omaha sale.
All our fine models included,
time at half prices Monday.
Hats to match any costume. First
The Christmas Books
Ths bast thought and effort of expert book buyers baa bean expended
la the gathering of this wonderfully complete holiday stock of books. We
have ready now books that appeal to all classes in greater numbers than
anywhere else la the west. Tables stacked high, all conveniently ar
ranged for shoppsrs. Prloes, as a whole, tho lowest In all Amerloa.
These Mew Books, all listed at (1.60,
for 1.08 The Trail of the Lone
some Pine. A Little Brother of the
Klch, The Little Brown Jug at Kil-
nare, iewis nana, i lie f i
Man From Hroilney's, I I
nil ipnrnl ft nlhr.
Popnlar Copyrights, published at
SI. 50, now, first time, 49o Rose
land at Ked Gxte. Kmma Lou, Lav
ender ana .iii iace, many inven
tions uy Kipiinfr. ana
hundreds of other
good ones now
Little Prudy Books, most popular for little Rlrls a So
Hentr Al(?er Hooks, all titles for boys, for , 3So
The Christy Girls $3.00 edition, handsomely Illustrated, boxed, special 8o
Clearing Sale of Stoves
We conUnuo Monday the Cleay-ing Prices on Peninsular Stoves.
On account of mild weather you get February price In November.
The $38.00 Emnire Peninsular Base Burner for $32.50
The $44.00 No. 400 Peninsular Base Burner for $38.00
The Art Peninsular Base Burner for 824.00
The Advance Peninsular Steel Range for -$22.50
The $9.50 Oak Heater for $7.00
45c Planished Iron Stovepipe. . .0
:$c Black Iron Prlp Pans 10o
Cora Poppers, qt. alas XOo
And 19 Stamps.
Kitchen Saws Mo
And 20 Btamps.
Mall Boxes, all steel, kind. Mo
loe axatea, all kinds, up from. SSo
Waffle Irons, high or low stands,
at Soo and Uo
And 40 SUmps.
Closet Plungers, regular (Sc kind,
Barrel Ash Plfters, 5c kind 4o
All teel Sifters. $5c kind Bo
16c ira Shovels for 10o
20c Fire Shovels for 16o
In Bennett's Big Grocery
Bennett's Golden Coffee, lb....c
And 0 frtsmps.
Teas, all kinds, lb 4$c
And 40 Stamps.
Capitol Pepp-r, pure. in 10c
And I tMampa.
Mary Baana 3,000 lbs. nice, small,
new Navy Beana. . . . lbs. for Boo
Jersey Buiterlne. 2 lbs for 4c
And 10 Htsmps.
Petit Pols Peas. -Best We Have"
brand, per can i2Sc
Pure Boaey New, Mason fruit )r
And 10 Stamps.
Capitol Mincemeat. $ pags.... .2&C
And 10 BUmps.
t-apliol Baaing powder, lb.
And 20 btamps.
Beauty Asparagus, csn
And zO Stamps.
Burnham'a Clam Chowder..
And 20 sumps.
Tea Garden Preserves. Jar.
And 10 Stamps.
Premium Molasses, qt. can 20c
And 10 Stamps.
Rub-No-More Soap. for lie
And 10 Stamps.
Capitol Pancake or Wheat 11c
And 10 Stamps.
French Cut Loaf Sugar, pkg 2$o
And 10 Stamps.
Helm' medium sour Pickles, qt.ISc
For the Holiday Season
The world's finest products brought to Omaha through our direct
importations from the makers of the old world. All linen handker
chiefs of the daintiest and newest sorts, greatly underpriced.
HANDKERCHIEFS FOR WOMEN'
Pure Linen Hemstitched Handkerchiefs. ... 5c, 10c, 15c, 25c, Sftc, SOc
Pure Linen Initial Handkerchiefs '. .10c, 15c, a5o, 35c
Pure Linen Embroidered Handkerchiefs. .15c, 25c, 35c, SOc, 75c, $11 np
' Pure Linen Lace Trimmed Handkerchiefs. .25c, SOc, 75c, Sjl.OO, 1.5t
Pure Linen Armenian Handkerchiefs 50c, Bl.OO, $1.50, 2-00
Princess and Duchesse Lace Handkerchiefs. .$2.50, $3.00, $5.00, to $10
HANDKERCHIEFS FOR MEN.
Men's Pure Linen Hemstitched Handkerchiefs. . lOr, 15c, 25c, 35c, SOc
Men's Pure Linen initial Handkerchiefs lOc, 15c, 25c, Otic
Fashionable Gloves of Highest Quality
Practically every desirable shade. The A mas lines are ready,
nett's. Our Glove Certificates will be a convenience.
Select your gifts at Hen-
Women's 2rclasp prime Lambskin Gloves
t 91.00 and $1.25
Women's 1-clasp Imported Cape Oloves
Pir $1.25 and $1.50
Women's 1-clasp Pique Oloves
pair $1.25 $1.50 and $2.00
Woman's 2-clasp real kid. finest Imported
Pair $1.50 $1.75 nd $2.00
Men's Kid Gloves, all kinds,
at ... $1 $1.25 $1.50 $2 and $2.25
Automobile Gloves, finest assortments
at $2.00 to -10
Orsat Monday Special. Bo
or Tslsphons - Orders.
This Is a aolid oak Rocker, with an ad
justable back, constructed in golden oak
or mlaslon finish. It's no toy. It's utteful
aa wen as attractive.
Quantity Is limited. Only
one to a customer. Exact
ly like cut. A splendid $2
Child's Itocker Monday
SAZ.B DXBIBO TABLES.
On sale Monday, rinest line
solid quarter-sawed oak
Dining Tables. In ( and
1-foot lengths and 46 and
48-lnch tops, many styles.
Our No. B, s-foot ex
tension and 45-Inch top.
values to $30 "y nc
J : , "i i
1 . : id. I
Another Big Stamp Offer
pfol wlth every ton of Capitol ' 1
V-Ull Coal ordered Monday we AOEl
give 100 S. & H. Green Trading Stamps
Buy Capitol Coal - absolutely ? eta per
"the best that burns" . . il!0.0U ton
FRANCIS JOSEPHS VITALITY
imtriaii Emperor Seventy-Eight, but
Every Inch a Soldier.
WORKS WHILE SUBJECTS SLEEP
Possibility af J'r ltn Servla
Mrlsgi tesatrr ass lis' Arssy
lata) l.lsaellaat Arck-
VitNNA, Nov. a.-tdiciul.)-In view of
the troubled state of affairs in the Balkans
nd the giave poaalblllty of an appeal to
amis on the part of Uervla, pictures of
this year'a maneuvers of the Austrlsn
army, which have Just been published, are
selling In thouaanda. Undoubtedly the most
popular are those depicting the Emperor
Francis Joseph, astride his black horse.
Intently following. lh 'movements of the
troops. Every subject of the monarch, be
he German. Magyar. Caach, Slav, Mussul
man or a member of any other of the
numberless races united under the Hapa
burgs. la Intensely proud of the wonderful
vluuty of tha Tt-year-old aalsar.
Ia years font by on of ths handsomest
rulers In Europe. Francis Joseph la still a
Jlstlnxruislied louklnr figure. At cloea range
he shows bis years. It would bs strange
If ha did APt r trw nen "at e been more
soeely tried and afflicted. There la a aloop
. the shoulders, a hang to the whole fig
ure that apeaks eloqently of the weight of
years and sorrows, but there Is still fight
in tha flash of the eyes and the firm grip
of the hand that warns the unwary that
FramlsJostph, si though he may have re
linquished the reins of sctlve government
li 4he heir presumptive. Is nevertheless
at 111 a man to be reckoned with.
Halrr'a Day Basy One.
A well known diplomat who was almost
dally la conference with the Austrian
ruler, one said that Francis Joseph was
the hardest working ruler In tha world,
and Bismarck, who was no mean Judge of
work, heartily endorsed the remark when
it was repeated to him. Vnfortunatrly for
his health he does not take the cares and
worries of hia kingly duties easily, but wor
rits lncesssntl.v. He rises st 4 o'clock in
the morning, hours bvfute the majority of
his subjects are awake, and in the follow
ing two hours reads a st-lected portion of
his immense correspondence. At he sits
down to bis breakfast In his study alone,
and at ths same time reads all tha Import
ant local and foreign uewspapera whk-ii
have, been previously marked for him by
blf private secretary'- At 10 he gives sud
tencea. first to his own ministers, with
whom ha insists upon entering Into the
smallest detail of their respective depart
ments, and later to foreign diplomats. At
12 lunch Is ready and at S work la re
sumed. At 4 he frequently takes a rid on
horseback, accompanied by a slngla officer
of his suite, through the streets of Vienna.
H'.s is a well known figure, and the fact
that ha makes these ungarded appearances
in public, despite the racial animosities of
his subjects. Is evidence that Francis Jo
seph still possesses tha conspicuous per
sonal bravery that brought him fame at
Solferino. At 5 o'clock dinner is served, and
$ o'clock always finds the emperor In bed.
Beat Soldiers la Earape.
The emperor Is still every Inch a soldier
and he Is very fond of paying surprise
visits to garrisens and barracka. He la a
stem disciplinarian and doea not conceal
the fact that h believes ha has the finest
soldiers In the world, not even excepting
the Germans. In this he Is supported by
many txperts It Is not more than a week
since, apropos of the present crisis, ons
famous military authority expressed the
opinion in print that no better raw ma
terial existed in burope than some of the
races of which the Austrian army la coin
posed. Outwardly and to tha mere layman
there ia surely no comparison between the
Hungarians and tha Bosnians, with their
fire and daah and tha cold, phlegmatic
Germans aver whom Emperor Wlllism II
Archduke Francis Ferdinand, heir pre
sumptive to the throne, has taken an ap
preciable Jump In public popularity In the
last six months. This is, of course, due
Co the progrees of events la which ha is
supposed to have had a directing hand.
And a strong- and heavy hand It has proved
to be. "After hint tha deluge" baa been
a well nigh universal wsy cf referring to
tiie Austrian emperor and the dual mon
archy for years past, but he is a rash
man whu would make that prophecy today.
In other words, the archduke has demon
strated " a quite unexpected amount of
strength and ability and Austra-Hunsary
is exultiug accordingly. 'Today Archduke
Francis Ferdinand is almost aa popular
as his agkd uncle. Whether or not It is
the fleeting popujirily of the man of the
hour or of a mure durable lasting brand
it is hard to say, but he has already given
-rcellent reason for supposing that if
there is any deluxe it will not be because
of any fault of his. ,
The archduke takes even mora Interest
than the emperor in the mllsliry affairs
of the country. In fact, while Francis
Joseph was more or less of a spectator at
the 'recent maneuvers becsuse of his ad
vanced age the archduke tooU a leading
part in the planning of the movemenU of
the troops. It Is believed in well Informed
quarters that the heir would undoubtedly
take the field In the event of war with
Servla or any other country.
It Is an easy matter to Co bustne
through The Bee Want Ad Columns.
tint His Mwary'a Worth.
"That toulii." said the dentist. wl;.,ng his
perspiring forehead, "came out harder than
any I ever extracted."
"Von don't charge any more when they
come out bard, do you?"
Mr. Tyte-Phiat ald the bill with serene
satisfaction. Ha had mado the dentist earn
his money. Chicago Tribune.
SOCIETY CULTIVATES BRAINS
Loadoa Smart Set Tarns to Inlel
lertaallty, bat Does .Not
LONDON. Nov. 2S. (SpeclaD-More ass d
uously than at any time In her life Is the
ultra-smart woman of the hour endeavor
ing to cultivate her mind. Very often It
Is a decided bore for her to have to do so,
but if she aspires to hold her own it is
essential before all things to be able to
"talk literature." She who has not at least
a superficial knowledge of the poets from
1 Chaucer to Swinburne Is bound to find
herself out In the social cold.
The Morning Fust recently contained the
"Woman offers three, guineas per week
to another who will come for an hour each
morning to discuss with her art and litera
The one wlsj was selected from the im
mense number of applicants for the post
found that her pupil was an American
peeress who is one of the leaders cf society
and frequently entertains the king and
other royalties. Her ladyehip explained
quite frankly to her teacher that her own
education had been very much 'neglected
and that if she meant to hold her important
poat which had hitherto been kept by her
wealth, good looks and amasing gowns she
must now pose as being Intellectual. "I
guess it is a nuisance at my time, of life
to have to go to school again, but it Is
better to take a little trouble than let the
younger women push you out. I reckon I
won't do that."
The hoaleas who can get some well-known
literaieur ,to come to her drawing room on
an afternoon to discuss writers of the pres
ent or past is bound to attain fame. The
cards are issued "to meet" Mr. or Mrs.
So-and-so whose last book probably has
made a hit or whose already assured posi
tion in the realms of dlstinguUhed or
favorite novelists gives him or her a
The duchess of Marlbjiough was one of
tha original leaders of the cult of t lie in
tellectual when she took Em 11 Reich, the
Hungarian author, for her guide and
friend. His lectures on Plato at Clarldge's
a few years ago were the first tiling of
the kind ever patronized by the upper ten
thousand and they were suggested by the
duchess, whose name was one of the fore
most on the committee of peeresses who
supported the lecturer. ,
Tha two daughters of Mia. Cavendish
Rentlnck. Mrs. John Ford and Mrs. Walter
Burns, ara both great authorities on French
literature. This knowledge comes in spe
cially useful socially just now when every
second smart woman vies with tha other
to show the depth of her proficiency on the
subject. Though Mrs. Ford baa been de
barred by her husband's poor health from
tailing her part' In tha Intellectual coterie,
her younger sister Is well to tha fore.
For soma Thursday afternoons past all
Mayfair has been religiously attending the
series of lectures being given In the green
room at tha Kits hotel on historic love
affatre such as those of tteloise and Abel
ard, Josephina and Napoleon. At tha mo
ment there ia a great ran for all thin..
French, owing possibly to tha recent
Franco-British exhibition. These lectures
nave cue patronage or the Bishop of loo
don and Lord Reay and tha dlapiay of
wonderful guwns and jewela there at S:30
p. m. has been a sight for sore eyea For
now that American women have taught
their English and Tarisian sisters how very
beautiful Jewels can be made to look
sparkling amid dark furs in daylight, tha
woinen of the old world have fumbled to
tt aa though to the manner born. fld a
well-known duchess the other day: "There
Is at leaat the comfort that although wa
cultivate our brains there is no necessity
to make frumps of ourselves. Our dresses
may be smarter than ever, our jewels more
Never Heard of list,
"What Is your name?" asked tha polica
"Kollok, y'r honor." answered the seedy
"How do yau spell it?"
"K. o. I. I.1-", k. y'r honor."
"Why, you are a regular palindrome,
"A palindrome. Ilia sune as Giliig and "
"Jedge," Interrupted the hobo, with emo
tion. "1 don't mind belli' called a bum. a
anoozer, a guttersnii. ih! ail ornery
akufik, but I II ue tverlaatln'ly Jiggered If
I'll stand for that: If. y'r honor!! come
A,. n Kut nl.ll...... fc... . Till
jyo right here!" Chicago Tribune.
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