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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: "WEDNESDAY, DECEMBKK 1!HW.
BRANDEIS DOSE TO MILLARD
Dewey Arcane ' Dwelling: Sells for
Sixty-rive Thomand Dollars.
SI5AT0K WILL SOON OCCUPY IT
Artaar D. Braaifli Will Beside at
Flare-aee C'aaatrr Time la flam
r mT mm Jew Yerk la
Winter.
Arthur p. Brandls"has sold 1.1a rrsl
Drnci at , Thirty-eighth and Dwry In
former Senator J. H. Millard for WS.onft
The consideration a the 1arrt ever pnlil
for a resMrncS In On-aha.
It has n knows for aome tlrrro that
thi BrandHa residence was on the mar
ket and thie aa taken to arsue that Ar
Ihur I). Brandela, who la the president of
the 3. V. Brandria' Bona rrmnany,
plarned to leave Omaha permanently. Mr.
Brandela denied thla In an Interview Tnea
day" morning, saylrla;:
"The growth of our Interests demand
that' the company be lepreaented In New
Tork durlnr a part of the year, and my
frmfly'and I shall live there durlnr the
winter rhonths.' The sprlnr and summer
we ahall dwell In Omaha, however, and I
ahall keep In touch with thla' city by fre
quent visits during the reat of the year."
Purlng the aummer Mr. and Mr. Bran
dels and their children will live at their
aummer home near Florence, and extensive
alterations end additions are planned to
the country place.
The hnuHe which Senator Millard ha
b. vght waa built three ycara ago and IU
cost la approximately what he has paid for
It. Ila purchase mi-ani that he haa aban
doned hla Plan to build on Davenport
street , end Thirty-ninth, where he recently
bought land with thla end in view.
Tim Crowded Near Old Home.
"It haa been getting too crowded In the
vicinity oX cur prcaent home at Twenty,
fourth and Harney." aald Mr. Millard
In hla office at the Omaha National bank
of which ha la tlfe prealdent. "Mr. Bran
ded Will give possession whenever It It
convenient to hlpt and hla family. Some
time during January, t auppoae."
The Brapdela residence la auppoaed to
no , the . aecond moat costly to build In
Omaha. The Joalyn caatle, occuping the
apace from Thirty-eighth and Fortieth, on
Dodge, la generally held to have coat $100,
000, .while the Cudahy home at Thirty-seventh
and Dewey coat $5,000 lesa than the
Brandeia realdence, or $60,ooo.
The dwelling which Senator Millard ac
quires la conceded to be the most artistic
residence which an architect ever evolved
for an Qmaha ma,n. It la built of cream
colored, pressed brick, and haa rooms
enough for all conceivable needa and de
sires.. A solarium Is one unique item, and
the garage at the rear, adjoining tha
atablca, la held to be the beat private
automobile, repository In the city.
NEW THEATER WORK AT ONCE
Exea.va.tlo Starts First of January
as4 Balldlns; Opens One
n Year Hence.
The first spadeful of earth in excavating
for. the new Brandeia theater and office
building probtibly will fly January 1, 1909.
The doors of the new theater probably will
be thrown outward for the first time Jan
uary 1. Wlft. v
. W, - J. Burgess of the Burgesa & Wood
ward syndicate, who will manage the new
theater, returned from Chicago Tuesday,
where he, Kmll Brandeia and Woodward
looked over every theater In the city. They
also practically let the contract for the
drawing -of the plana for the theater part
of- the building to a St. Louis firm of
architects, ' Harnett, Uaynes & Barnctt
TV bile thla firm will In all probability draw
vp the plana for the theater, the contract
haa not yet been signed.
, The plans for the elght-atory office build
ing, . which will Include the theater, are
row being drawn by John Latenser, at
whtse ' recommendation the St. Louisiana
were engaged for the theatrical plana.
"The lobby and foyer will be features
of the . theater," declared Mr. Burgesa.
"We ahall not run the aeata clear back
to the doors, but leave a broad, foyer for
prcmenadlng there. The seating capacity
of the theater will be 1.800, and while we
could make this much larger. It la not de
sired to sacrifice the foyer and the com
fort of patrons to more aeats.
"The. lobby will be practically part of
the office building, and thla will give ua
the whole 133 feot for the theater. AH
other Omaha theaters are compelled to cut
Into the 132 deep for their lobby, but there
will be so much gained In thla case."
The entrance to office building and thea
ter will be on Seventeenth, street, opposite
tha center of that aide of the Drunrtoia
store., The entire building;. It lias been
srnounced. will, cost tatio.ouo, and there Is
an evident determination on the part of all
concerned In the project to provide Omaha
with the finest structure that money cun
put up.; A plethora of exits wll be pro
vided for from the theater, and thia and
tha office -building will be of absolutely
flreprpof construction.
CLAIM AND COST WIDE APART
Thlrtr-tClaht Thousand Darn area
. Aakaa ar Merver, Wkt Boaght
- CaasbeMse far gaou.
' The 8- Hf . Mercer company haa com
pleted the raalng of the old Cambridge
hotel at. Thirteenth' atreet and Capitol
avenue, thla courae being decided upon
when the council refused a permit to
repair . the atructure, which was con
demned nearly a year ago. The com
pany a abort time ago filed In district
cqurf a suit against the city for dam
agsa In the sum of $31,400. It bought
the building elx yeara ago for $350 and
the land on which It atood for $,ooo, ao
atates the building Inspector, C. II.
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HWcOHcr Tremendous Price Reductions J
j In Every Department. You Can Buy the Highest l
n Grade Winter Goods Now for Actually Less c
P Money Than You Will Pay Later in the Season.
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1 1 Don't Miss a Day of These Pre-Inventory Sales
0 Wednpsdnv's F.Yfra Snecinls!
25c HOSIERY at 15c
Pair
Fine
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I 300 Dozen Pair of Men's, Women's and Children's
nose on nig Bargain square.
Fine fast black hosiery, including Burson's Full Seamless
and the Black Cat brands. These are all 25c f f. p
quality some are ribbed tops and split soles, H B f M
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Fancy Feathers at 25c
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f $1.30
On Alain Floor Uargam Square b ancy leathers, including p
wings, novelty aigrette trimmings, Poca
hontas bands, etc., in all colors and styles
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worui up tu spi.ju at tl
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Very fine embroidery edgings, Insertions and galloon headings, in
medium and wide widths, worth up to 25c yard cind 15C
is, luciuuiujt; j
25cl
Embroideries
All Over Laces
18-inch allover laces, in imitation Irish crochet, Filet and Cluny J
effects also Point de Paris, etc., worth up to 50c at, yard. . . UC
PRE-INVENTORY SPECIALS IN JEWELRY DEPT.
Mesh Bags and Vanity
Purses of German
silver, worth as
up to $2.25, at. JOC
Sterling Silver Napkin
Rings, extra heavy,
no charge for engrav
ing initial, CO
worth $1.50, htJJQ
Men's 50c Hold-on
Clutch for Scarf Pins
at,
each
25c
. New Year's Cards
r Scores of attractive new
kinds. Very low prices. .
Calendars for 1909 .
At HALF PRICE
Many pretty novelties.
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DENTISTS
Bast equipped Dental olflca in tha mlddla waaV
Hlfbeat grada Dantlatry at Reasonatol Prlcaa,
ForcelalB UUUcs. lost Uk Ua tootA.
tUlKD FLOOR PAXTON BIiOCK
Comer letb astd Fanuuu Street.
SCHOOLS.
Itoaraa coughs and siutfy nida that may
Tlop into pneumonia over night ar
quickly cur4 by Tolay's Honajr and Tar.
as l ' tooth infiamsd marabranaa. hsals
tha ' lunja and aapala tha cold from tha
aystsm. Sold by all drugglsta.
FOR SALE.
Sattt O at aha OlothUf Co. Stook Kurt
S Olossa oat Xjamoolataljr.
Tha Omaha Clothing" company, located
at 1IM-1I1S Farnam St., Is upn for bida
from local deainra for thetr cntira atook.
W hava to alther sail quick or vacate
promt. Cbano of a life time for local
dealer throughout Nebraska, Iowa and the
xmaiKaa to purcaaa nign grade mercrian
dla at to cents on the dollar. First coma,
first aerred. Ho discount, no dating. Cash
counta. . Htu sell any lota no matter how
aroaji.
' FIXTURES FOR SALS.
Klxtura that go to make up a clothing
ator will be sold aheap, t'aah rrglsler, aaie,
iypwnr, aeeas, shriving etc.
HETAIL TRADE. '
We must vacate In seven to ten days.
Coma quick ana buy the greatest baraeina
of a lite time. Are you going to let thla
woadarfut opportunity slip you byT Before
soiling out the stock to da4srs. we will
still aorv tha retail trade aa bafor. No
aa.l too uttie for ua Ctoods almost glvvn
away. OMAHA ClOTHINa t'O.. 131S-U1I
j-arujua su 'rviwd Out of tiuainca.
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Whcpc ttiey build manly boys",
Winter term opens
January 30, 1909
Kearney Military Academy
Boys entering at this time receive-
personal and individual attention.
Hurry N Rus11. Head Master. Kearney. Neb.
PLOW FIRMS TO COMBINE
Grand Detour Company Will Plant
Biff Four in Omaha.
W. A. CHAPMAN TO BE MANAGES
roasolldatcd Coseers May Occupy tha
Job a Derre Company Present
Qaartera oa Tenth Street
at First.
. Plana are being worked out by President
Burton of the Grand Detour Plow com
pany for the organisation, of a house In
Omaha similar to the one which ha haa
In Kansas City, to be known as tha "Big
Four" and to handle farm implements and
vehicles.
, Aa the Grand Detour Flow company la
of Itself a big Institution, the combination
which Mr. Burton proposes to make In
Qmaha promises another large Implement
house which will take rank among the
atrongeBt houses In the city. The business
done by Omaha houses In farm Imple
ments already exoeeda f 12,000. 000 annually.
Acoordlng to the present plana of the
Grand Detour people W. A. Chapman, who
haa been the locol representative of the
company, will be manager of the combina
tion which will be known aa the Big Four.
The company In Kanaaa City handles the
lines of the fcUaver Buggy company and
the Thomas Manufacturing company. Tha
Btaver buggies are well known and at
present are handled by the Unlnger Im
plement company. Whether the Big Four
la Omaha will consist of the aame four
houses In Kansaa City is not known. The
Thomaa Manufacturing . company la one
of the big manufacturers of rakes, drills,
seeders and other farm Implements. It Is
said this company will combine with the
Grand Detour people In making the Omaha
house aa large aa the Kanaaa City house.
Both Mr. Chapman of the Grand Detour
company and F. U Haller of the Linlnger
Implement company are out of the city.
Other implement dealers - who know of
the proposed combination say it will mean
a big house for Omaha. -
At present, the Grand Detour company
occupies offices' end 'a small warehouse at
Ninth and Jackson street. There; la talk
of the new company taking the old John
Deer Plow company building on Tenth
street, building the necessary additions and
using K for the' bom ef the Big Four.
Nebraska Military Academy
x.nrcoi.x
A BUlltary Boarding School for
boys, now located (or the winter at
Fourteenth and U streets. All de
partments are in full operation.
A good place for boys who don't
fit In publlo schools. No entrance
ezamlnatlona are given; regular
class work Is supplemented by In
dividual instruction; back work la
easily made up.
Pupils aro received at any time
from fifth to twelfth grades, Inclusive.
Write for Catalogue.
B. 9. UTWilO, ttoerUteadaat.
Lincoln, Neb.
"FOLLOW THE FLAG"
IpliL
SPECIAL RATES SOUTH
to all
WHITER RESORTS
Electric Lighted Sleepers,
Chair Cars, High-Bark Coaches,
leaving Omaha dally at 0.80
r. M. Arriving St, Louis 7:30
A. M.
Call at Wabash City Office
at 16th and Farnam for 111 us
(rated booklets, rates, time ta
bles, and all Information, or ad
dress.
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HARRY E. MOOItl
Omaha, b.
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( ANNUAL JANl'ARY LIXKN BALK Ix-gW I U j j
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RED LETTER DAY
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WEDNESDAY
S. & II. Stamp Collec
tors this is your day.
Bring your book to the store and receive $1.00
in green stamps FREE. Many great bargains
are also offered this week witli special stamp
inducements.
Wednesday's Wonderful Bargains
The most sweeping reductions, and most angresNlve clearing out
cut price- campaign ever conducted In Omaha on high class styles in
WOMEN'S APPAREL
Two days more in which to reduce stock thousands of dollars..
Our semi-Annual Inventory is taken January 1st The finest goods in
the store sacrificed to bring stocks down to a normal basis.
ANY SUIT
Any cloth suit in the store-
stunning models
values to $75,
for
.$25
ANY COAT
Choose from the matchless
Bennett assortments,
coats worth to $45,
for
$25
Children's
Coats
Any cost worth
up to $7 60 sev
eral hundred . to
choose from, all
colors, . at one
price S3.a
Others 1-3 off.
Skirts worth to $22
Magnificent black voile and silk
skirts, practically our entire
stork, IIS, 120 and
122.60 models: also
odda In cloth skirts, at.
7.50
All Furs
Must Go
Any piece, scarf,
tie, throw or muff
none reserved,
your choice at
one-third off rr
ulax price.
Two Mora Days of tha Big SaU $22.50. $25 and $50 Values
$17.50
MEN'S SUITS and
OVERCOATS
Any Suit or Overcoat In the house, mind you. Clothing of tho
most fashionably correct styles from America's best known makers of
quality clothes. A sale to reduce stock before inventory.
Stock Reducing and Rod Letter I Continuing Again the Meekly
Day Specials.
SHOES
Women's $1.00 felt fur trimmed
Juliets and Crochet Slippers, in
cluding double stamps, for G9
Women's" 6 Oc felt Slippers, with
leather soles, including double
stamps, for 39,
Skating Shoes for boys, high cut
and storm proof, sizes to 5, in
cluding double stamps, will go
tor 81.98
Sale of
NOTIONS
Women's and children's hose sup
porters, in black, white and
light blue, 25c values for..-5
200-yard spool Cotton, white only,
at 2 spools for 5
Darning Cotton, regular 25c value,
box of 12 spools 19
Black skirt braid, 6-yard pieces
regular 10c kind 5
60c Hair Light Crowns 252
Hair Switches F I n e large
switches In shades of brown, reg
ular $1 values, special . . . -G9
Stationery Department Specials
New Year's Post Cards, per dozen ...10
6 Rubber Tipped Pencils lOt? and 10 stamps
2 packages Shelf Paper lOt and 10 stamps
1 roll Lunch Paper 10 and 10 stamps
Box Stationery, 24 sheets and 24 envelopes lOt and 10 stamps
Post Card Albums, holds 200 49 and 10 stamps
Calendars for 1S09, big sale HALF PRICK.
Standard Diaries for 1909 and Calendar PadB.
RED LETTER DAY
BARGAIN IN THE
CORSETS
S1.60 Models Only 89c
300 dozen on sale. Fine batiste corsets in the new long hip, high bust
effect, firmly boned, has embroidery trimming and two pairs hose
supporters. In no other place can you find corBets equalling
these for less than $1.50 choose any Wednesday,
all fresh and new
Choice assortment of dainty bust ruffles and accessories at corset
counter.
89c
BENNETT'S BIG GROCERY
rionr Sale to atednoe Stook
Bennett's Capitol Flour, sack
Pride of Bennett's Flour, Hack
Bennett'a Kxcelalor Flour, sack
Bennett'a Capitol Pancake or Wheat ,
Batavla Starch, per package
Heedlesa Raisins, per pound
Bennett'a Capitol Baking Powder
Pure Pepper, ftround, per -can ,
Capitol Mince Meat, three package ,
Burnham'e Clam Chowder, per can ,
Pure Honey, pint Jar
Hurcotash, Bent We Have, 2 cana
Helnta 1)111 Picklea, per dosen
Walker'a Chill Con Came, two cans ......
Rub No More Soap, six cakes
Llpton's Jelly, assorted, two packages ....
Before Inventory.
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CANDIES IN THE GROCERY
Chocolate Creams, lb.
Mixed Candy, lb
New Dates, lb
;ioc
Chocolate Frappe Finest qual
ity, per pound box 50
And 20 stamps.
HOTELS.
Battle the auae.
jXete! IVevat
Mote! Rochester
ROCHESTER, N. Y.
Rochester's Newest, Most Magnificent,
Completely Appointed, Up-to-Date
Fireproof Hostelry.
Rochester hat long been In need of
a first class modern hotel, and the
owners of Hotel Rochester have not
spared any money in providing the
traveling public with every comfort
and luxury that can be procured at the
hrit hotels in New York Citv and at
uf moderate price.
2- ...in , . ...
n( tiotei Kocnester if constructed oi
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ilfWIUW I1ICIW1 UUVUWIUl
so that it is impossible to burn. It
hat 300 rooms; each and every room
" has a nrivate bath. There are extra
large, well lighted sample rooms for
It is centrally located j a short block from the
Court House on Main St., a few steps from the two leading theatres, across the
street from the largest department store.
Hotel Rochester is one of the chain of first class hotels under the abie
management of Geo. W. Sweeney; this chain includes the Hotel Victoria, N. V.,
Marlborough Hotel, N. Y. and Hotel Lafayette, Buffalo. Every traveling man
and tourist knows Mr. Sweeney and will feci at home at the Hotel Rochester.
- Mr. William Horstmann, the manager, ha been for years associated with
the Hotel Victoria, N. Y., and ha had a thorough training in high class hotels.
The rates of the Hotel Rochester are most reasonable considering the many
comfort and luxuries it afford it patron. Room with bath, fl.50 per day
and upward.
The restaurant will excel that of any hotel between New York and t,niragO
while the prices will be moderate. The Hotel' own Motor Can will meet
all trains.
WILLIAM HORSTMANN. Manager
iff ' ;rr '. - .ivvrv'
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BMal liul". CW. W. mm rljM
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OpM Amgwmt IS, 1SUS,
the convenience of all salesmen.
Great Half Price Sale of Women's and
Children's Winter Coats Continues
Buyers Are
Enthusiastic
Over This
Magnificent
Assortment.
liuAuKEvis
THE RELIABLE STORE
Nothing to
Surpass
These Values
Ever Offered
Here or
Elsewhere.
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Winter Coats Must
Go Quickly
And We Offer You Unrestricted
Choice of:
Our "Women's T Mil
Cloth Coats ..ill II II L r
Our Children's T Ilf T
Cloth Coats ....HI. WiLr
Electric Seal, Near Seal, Astrakhan,
Russian Colt and Seal Skin Coats
on Wo AT HALP,
MANY SPECIAL SUIT BAR
GAINS WEDNESDAY Buy now,
while assortments are complete.
$2.50 Values in Winter Velvets and Axminster Sample Car
pet Hugs, nicely bound, to lVa yard long, 300 to select from,
no iwo aiiKe, to close quicKiy,1 cnoice . VuC
Extra Specials for Wodnosday
FROM 9:00 TO 9:30 A. M.
One case of Apron Checks, 6 yards
limit, worth 6c yard, at yard 3H
FOR ALL DAY
FROM 2:00 TO 2:30 P. M.
One case of 10c fine Bleached Muslin,
10 yards limit, at yard 52
18c Flannelettes, 36-ln. wide 12 H
lBc Flannelettes,, 36-ln. wide ..102
12 hie Flannelettes, 3 6-in. wide, 7V4
12 c Outing Flannels, Amoskeag, at
yard ...10
10c Outing Flannels, AmoBkeag, at
yard 7J44
15c Towels, at lOt4
12tto Towel Goods, at ...... 7M
9-4 Unbleached Sheetings, worth
' 22ttc, 10 yards limit, yard
60c Eiderdown, all colors, yard 250
$1.00, $1.50, $2.00 and $2.60 Dread
Goods in remnants, at ?
yard 30 40 75 08
ATTEND THE GREAT PRE-INVENTORY GROCERY SALE
' Mlxsd Vats, Traits, Yrtablei, Batter, Oneeee, Oraekera, Caadr, Stc, Tor aTew
Year'a Dayi
The best Mixed Nuta for' New Yeara, two
pounds for 20c
The best Domestic Macaroni, pkg., at 8',ic
Bromangelon, Jellycon, or Jello, pks; 7 He
Worcester Kauce, Pure Tomato Catsup, or
Ptckles, large bottle, per bottle ...Jo
1 pound cans Solid Packed Tomatoea, tSo
S pound cana Golden Pumpkin, Hominy,
Squash, Bauer Kraut, or Baked Beana,
; for SVfco
1 pound cans asHorted Soups, for ,,,.7Uo
The best Soda or Oyster Crackers, lb. 8e
The best Ginger Knaps, per pound . ...6o
Peanut Butter, per Jar to
SKIZD TBVTT BAZ.S
Choice California Prunes, per pound ,.4c
Fancy Kanta Clara Sweet Prunes, lb, 7 Ho
Kancy Cleaned Currants, per pound ..70
Fancy 3-Crown Muncatel Raisins, lb. 7 Ho
Fancy Seedless Halslns, per package 7 Ho
Fancy Seeded Hatslna, per package .,8Hc
Fancy Mulr Peaches, per pound ....8 Ho
Fancy California Dried Grapes, pkg. 7 He
Candled Lrftmon Peel, per pound 12 He
Beat Candled Orange Peel, pound . ...lBo
Best Candled Citron Peel, per pound 20c
BIO BITTTXm, OXEEBB ABO 1UTTX
1KB BAIiS
Choice Dairy Butter, per pound ., 21 c
Fancy Dairy nutter, per pound zsc
Fancy No. 1 Country Creamery Butter,
per lb 28c
Fancy No. 1 Domestic Swiss Cheese, lb.20c
Kancy No. 1 Brick Cheese, per lb 15o
New York Full Cream Sage Cheese, lb. 20a
, r-BXSB. YEQETaBZ.ES YOB VIW
YEAS siansa
Fresh Spinach, per peck 20a
Fresh Beets, per bunch 5a
Fresh Carrot, per bunch Be
Fresh Turnips, per bunch fa.
Fresh Onions, per bunch . , ...,6a
2 heads fresh hothouse Lettuce, for.... Bo
t bunches fresh hothouse Kadlshes, for 5n
Fancy Fresh Cauliflower, per pound ..7HB
Fancy fresh Wax 'Beans, per quart ..10o
Fancy Fresh Green Beans, per quart '..10a
Fancy Cape Cod Cranberries, quart ...16a
Fancy Jersey Sweet Potatoes, per lb. 40
BYOXIABB STAYBX. OBAKOB liXl
The Tlnsst, wsstsst'Orang ss Orowat
Regular 20o size, per dozen Ifio
Regular 2fia size, per dozen 20o
Regular ,36c alze, p.:C dozen 35o
GET A BOX OY TXB YXK8T YBIZB AY-
raEBJ These are the finest selected Ap
ples grown. About. 20 different kinds to
choose from. They were all prise win
ners at the National Horticultural Con.
grass held at Council Bluffs. Whlln
they luat we will continue to Cr 2k
sen inmn, ppr uuwuri iiua r
TVttn is only the price of cheap apples, we
bought them right and will sell them
right.
OAXDY CABOT OABDY .
See our full line from lOo per pound, up.
DOtVT
FORGET
TRY HAYDEN'S FIRST
IT
PAYO
A Membership Ticket Makes a
Nice New Year's Present
First Year
Junior Membership t 6.00
Intermediate Membership.... 8.50
6enior Membership 13.00
Y. M. C. A.
HOTELS.
Boston's New Hotel
Bids you and your friends a brarrv
welcome. No pains will be pared'
to make your next visit a longer one.
Excellent cuisire with service the
best, amid surroundings fasbdioutly
appointed. Everything new, sttrsc- (
tire and cosy, with prices reasonable
The Brewster
Car. Boylstoa and Washington SU.
,TEU. 44440 OXFORD.
. Diaoar pariias before and after the
theatre will receive our special at
'leaUoa." 'Ladies w!tea shoppin
. will and it most convenient to have
luncheoS here with every known
comfort and exclusion.
Aintlie & Grtbow Company,
Oswratlag
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New Orssa Hawe, SwsaipusM
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HOTEL
C0LLINGW00D
Cushion Sole
Shoes
Good health demands that
your feet "be' kept warm and
dry. Our Cushion Sola Shoes
for Men and Women afford the
greatest ' comfort fdr ' Winter
r . . ,
wear. '
In these Shoes, your foot
rents upon a soft insole of fine
felt covered with kid under
which lies a, layer of cork, fol
lowed by a heavy outer sole.
Cushion Sole Shoes afford an
equal foot pressure at every
point '
A sure cure for
Corns and Bunions!
I S4.00 to S5.00
Try a pair of our Cushion
Sole Shoes, and see what an t
ocean of comfort lies in them.
FRY SHOE CO.
THE SHOE RS
16th and Douglas St recta.
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Offers
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6th Ave. &B 'way
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seleet aocomodatlons to' aUs-
crlrntnaUng psopl.
ABSOLUTELY FIRSrVROOr. and
affords every facility for the eom
fort of (null.
Situated ta tbs very heart of the
oltjr, In a vary quiet neighborhood, eon
venlant te ail eurfaee, Subway and ele
vated railway llnaa. ao4 la the midst
of ta kopplac and tnaatre aMstrtot
Eoomi With B&th $2 and Up.
Scan! si rates kv the month er ssaeoa.
fXstaurant a la Carta
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Tour of All Mexico
i.
Via Illinois Central Railroad, under,
escort of Keau Campbell, General
Manager the American .Tourist As
sociation, 1418 Marquette Building,
Chicago, select clientele, limited.
All exclusive privileges, independ
ent travel. Special Pullman Vesti
buled Train., Drawing Rooms, Com
partments, Library! and Music Room,
with the largest Dining Car In the
world and the famous open top Ob
jservatlon Car, Cbllllltll. Special bag
, gage car.
J Tickets include air expense every
j where. ,
i 'For information, addreaa 8 Nnrik
.... iHt
I District Passenger Agent, 1102 Far.
.nam Street. Omaha, Neb. '
TWENTIETH
I ' The Aa
TH CENTURY FARMER
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