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TUB BEE: OMAHA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1000.
Men's and Ladies' Underwear of all descriptions-
VRTTriinirr7ir
the CONSOLIDATED UNDERWEAR CO.r Syracuse,
York On sale Saturday at marvelous bargain prices.
See Window Displays Watch Friday Evening Papers
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Rrarnin
ansa
reat Special Sale
":REEfllKlirl
Odds and Ends of Desirable New Goods Left From the
Immense Sales of the Past Week, on Sale Friday
The Ba.ra.ins Are Extraordinary
SPECIALS IN THE BASEMENT
30-inch Flannelette "Waisting Pretty Persian patterns,
striped and figured effects very desirable a
cloth at, yard lfl 2l
The fluffiest, wormest, firmest and best wearing Outing
Flannel, also plain Cinderella Flannels, at, Ql n
yard 021
Wool Nap Blankets white and gray, large and heavy, neat
borders would be a bargain at $2.50 a pair. Limit of aj
2 pair to customer1 011 batienient bargain square at, Si
V w v
pair . .
Black and colored sat
een remnants from
12 Vie and luc grades
bargain
square, yd 3L
Short lengths all kinds
10c Swansdown and
fleece back flannel
ettes, on bar
gain square.
3ic
Double fold light pat
tern tan ground
standard per
cale at, yd . .
Westphalia cretonnes
makes the nicest
comforters pretty
designs yd.
wide at, yd.
2ic
10c
Double fold bleached
muslin and long cloth
worth up to 12c
yard in perfect mill
lengths, at
yard OC
iir.i weight, but
very fine unbleached
muslin rem
nants, at, yard OjC
DRESS GOODS SAMPLE PIECES
All Wool Dress Samples 3 to 10 Pieces of a Kind to Match
Our annual purchase from the foremost dress goods import
ers. Fancy suitings, serges, poplins, siitm stripe Cbf
fancies, English plain and fancy weave tilor jsfci
suitings worth up to $1.50, on bargain sq.each. . "d"
Skirt and Small Dress Lengths of Dress Goods
21i to 10 yards of one kind to match 54-inch wide goods
: nearly every weave of this fall's dress goods . aa
in black and colors on bargain square, Afi
yard . . , .
Dress goods sample pieces many
to mutch up. Four cases factory
samples on two bargain squared
Lrr.; 10c45c
Extra special in basement 36-in.
La Porte mills fancy dress goods
worth 60c yard Friday OCa
in basement, yard ud
Very special 50-iftchN All "wool
cheviots all the rage this tall
navy and black worth 1.26yd.
Dress Goods Dept., 7QiJ
yard i iJL
Elita German Broadcloth spong
ed and shrunk, worth $2.25
X.?..-.,. $1.59
Extra Special Bought from the U. S. Customs House
20,000 Pieces of Fme Linens
Imported for Sample Use, But Were Not Used
"We bought the entire lot from the customs house at a
veiy low price. Sample strips of damask that sell up to
$2.50 a yard enough in each piece for large towel or
n"pki11- C , II A
On sale in Basement, Ea. 8na ilV
Grea.t Bargains in Linen Department
Full size hemmed crochet bed
spreads Marseilles patterns, at,
each 98
Extra larga huck towels, red bord
ers, at, each 74?
Fine Turkey Red Table Damask
all good fast colors f n
30c quality, at lrC
500 dozen fine mercerized Napkins
$1 quality, at, a rft
dozen , JJJC
Odd Lots of Underwear
z At Extraordinary Bargains Friday
Misses nnd children's undervests, i Women's Union Suits . regular
pants and and extra sizes, bleached and
drawers ItJlJ silver gray 9tf d 49
Misses' and children's "M" style Combination Siiite with patent buttons
up to size 34 fall and winter weights 50c quality, at a suit . .19
Women's fast black heavy fleece lined hose, pair 12Vi
Hoys' and girls' black heavy ribbed 25c hosiery all sizes, pair, 12V4
Buster Brown and His Dog Tige
A Great Entertainment at the
AUDITORIUM, SATURDAY, OCT. 16
The children of Omaha will be the guests of Brandeis
Stores. Come to our Shoe Dept. at once for your tickets
no charge.
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DIAMONDS
CUT GLASS
4
FULL WATCH
STOCK
GOLD GOODS SM" W4TTII nrpimrvn
' THE PLACE TO BUY JEWELRY
Mawhlnncy 6c Ryan Co.. lSlh and Dongtas Sis
WATCHES
are carried by everyone now. We ?arry an exception
ally complete line of Howard, Hanlilon, Klgln and
Walthatn Watehea, In ail grades and alsea. Let ua
quote you our low prlcea before you -nake your pur
chase. IajoH for the name. ,
S. W. Lindsay. Jeweler
ISIS BoaflM Straat
Swap
Exchange what you have,
and don't want, for some
thing you have not and do
want. Some one if they
know about it will be glad to
trade with you. You can get
something you can use for
what yon don't want r
Your home, no doubt, con
tains many things which are
not used, and are simply tak
ing up space in attic and
basement. Perhaps it is a
gun, bicycle, trunk, ice-chest,
overcoat, etc! There are a
great many things which you
want and haven 't the ready
cash to buy. The best way
to do it is
through a Dee Want Ad
By advertising under the
head of "Barter and Ex
change" you will make a
good trade
for something yon can esc.
You can usually get more
in this way than if you sold
for cash.
To show what can be done
in this way we are making
A special price for "Swaps"
50c
for an ad like this tor a
week S ilnes, or 18 words, 7
times for 60 cent.
WILL EXCHANGE Jewel gas range
with oven, almost new, for bed room
furniture or sofa. Tel. Harney 0000.
Want Ad Dept., Omaha Daily Bee
rrf"7a fno WeaJt ana nervous mtm
lUliil I UK who find their power ie
ftJCD vAFV work and youthful ttgot
IlaMxVaV"3 cone as a result ot ever,
arerk or mental exertion should test
OKAY'S Nl?KVJS FOOD PILLS. Tuey wlU
uake you et and , Bleep and be inaa
again. - .
: 91 Bos ,a M 7 mU.
UlBHAX fc(?P;"lI.
Cor. letk and J
OVIi DECO fcSatPAJfk.
Cor. leta an Urf ataV. Omaia. Sea.
D. C. SCOTT, DSS.
(Successor to Dr. H. L. Bajnacdot'CV
AKlllKTAjra STATS U mvrif A a
Office and Hospital, SS10 Kaaoa
Street.
Call Promptly Answered at Ail Hours.
Thorns Office Harney 97. flmiK. H.K
Call Us
by 'Phone
Whenever you want soma,
thing, call 'Phons Douflaa
X3s and make It knows
through a Bee Want Ad.
HOTELS.
mm row
'ft A A Home of Character fiSyi
uiu Keunemeni
Seventh Avenue
at 55th Street
Neer Famcm Central Park
Absolutely Fireproof
Adiolnlng Carncgis Hall, near the Art
Institute, and within five minutes walk
sf the leading theatres snd shopping
district; the location is idesL A rsrs
sttcntion to details that lend to the
boms stmoephere is reaponsiblsfor our
many enthusiastic patrons.
Ths WcUington's delightful lounging
rooms, handsoms dining rooms and
English grill room will appeal to your
eenss of the appropriate.
Hotel Wellington
PRE-EMINENTLY THE CHOICE
Or DISCRIMINATING PEOPLE
Rooms, with Bath, f 2.00 trpward
Parlor, Bedroom and Bath, f 20.
weekly and upward
Jam for Uhtstrotmd bookUt
J. r. CHAMPWN
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g Women's High Shoes & Low Cuts
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NEXT MONDAY (irrat al finest 1 Imx
Ikuks, world's best authors, 2ftc on the do'
Good Luck Bargains
Just for Friday.
Sensational Selling
Silk Remnants
19o25c
VVroR you 7
A more relentless mark down was never made.
Remnants simply must go Friday two lots of
surprising bargains; plain and fancy silks,
to 5 yard pieces regular
prlcea COc to 75c
at
Broadcloths and Coatings Heavy 56-inch goods In stripes, checks and
plaids, also astrakhan cloaking in best colors. In the same we in
clude broadcloths in nearly all the best street shades fkO
A really wonderful bargain all $2.00 and $2.50 ZQC
goods, on sale for
8So Black ttnlng Sateens Yard wide,
2 to 5-yarJ pieces 13ViO
lOo Flannelette Remnants In dark
colors, white and colored figures,
28-lnch, yard So
Viw Flannelettes Newest fall pat
terns, yard 10c, laVfco and ISo
Dress Trimmings I n n big Friday
Fale. Purchase of about 150 pieces
fancy braids In black and all col
ors, values to 29c; choice, yard.. 100
I.aoes and Embroideries Large lot
10c goods, mostly all off the piece,
per yard 8 Ho
Friday Extra-Bedding
tl lucky
Snap at such offerings. Thrifty people will recog
nize good bargains In every one mentioned.
Gray and Tan Cotton Blankets 11-4 size, $1.35
regularly, per pair 98J
Heavy Felted Blankets As fine as wool, gray
and tan, $2.10 value, at $1.79
All Wool Blankets Tan, white and plaids, 11-4
size, very heavy $3.98
Comforters Cotton filled, silkoline covered
$1.25 kind 98
Comforters Cotton filled, stitched edge, 7 2x7 8
inches, $1.75 kind $1.39
v Women's Long $25 Coats, Friday Extra, $15.
Saniple. coats and odd coats, heavy winter garments, all wool
Scotch mixtures and plain colored broadcloths, about
twenty-five styles on sale Friday
' i ; 200 Women's Suits for Friday at $15
The besfc collection at this low price of the entire season shipment just
in, was bought for $20.00 selling and they are worth every cent or it.
We want a record-sale day tomorrow and put the entire
lot out at $15.00 worsted suits and broadcloths,
all colors, superb styles
$15
$15
Fleeced Sacqucs for women
dark . colors and shepherds'
checks will go on special
sale Friday ,V. . . ' I9
Knit Skirt Short wool mixed,
gray only with red, black,
blue or pink border will go
on sale at 89
. ', . Friday Extra
Here's a clean cut bargain on new snappy styles
not a thing wrong with them. The only rea
son, for the low price is the lack of larger
size.s. . Ve have 2 to 4 only. Good sturdy
EhdeB fpr winter wear, in patent colt and ylci
with' heavy soles and patent tip, low heels and
wide tbes. Splendid shoes for school wear
1 F.YTRA
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LUCKY
FOR YOU
ft
O LUCKY A
rVoR Youy
Td .
close
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German Chfia. Dinnerware
J.. ., . . Plscss worth
Pieces worth
One of the best bargains this dei.
scheduled for Friday. Hundreds of pleci
a delicate, pink floral deHlgn Is being clos
Bowls, Bone Dishes, Creamers, Spoon
Trays, Plates, Cups and Saucers,
r runs ana uaimeais, worm
up to fifty cents,
will be
to 60o for lOo
to 93.00 for 85o
lartmcnt has male In a long time Is
s fine German China Dinnerware In
ed out, arranged In two lots.
10c
v '.akers, Cake I'lates, Butters, Casner-
nl.. rr.iupA ril.ha. . ' V. 111.
e
T
wo
oles. Covered Dishes. Chops. Pitch-
rs. Salads, Platters, Chocolate and
a Pots and bauce Boats,
ftn up to 2. uu, xor
25c
Hot blaBt and direct draft combined, fitted with
tra heavy grate; will burn either hard or soft ct,
ran be fitted with magazine feeder, same as hat
burner; uncommonly fine
-ex-'
ihI;
bah
r. Bums as nah
value at biri "i
Our No. 4u0 Baseburner. regular $44.00 stove for S3-J
15c stove pipe for lOo. Coal hods, special 17t.
OXAITITE Will DAT -Here's
an attraction to fill the tiuiemnt hnrurar.
section to overflowing with enthusiastic buyers.
Hundreds of pieces first quality wear. Every piece "
our regular 11. 0 value.
t-quart Berlin Kettles. 17-quart Dish Pans, CQ
lt)-quart Ktock Pots, 12-quart Pails; choice.,.-'-'' (j
c
4T JfH IJAYV A
Y vOR YOUr
Save in Omaha's Greatest (grocery
nM-5 30 b
io t
Soranth At. at SSth St t
Now York CHy
When in Detroit
TOP AT
Hotel Tuller
- Koouu and Bata for flM ay.
EUROPEAN PLAN
No better rooms, cuisine or asrvlos ca
be had at double our prices.
lot ua prwv It to yuu.
U A. EBAW, Mgr.
This List for Prtday and Saturday n
Bennett's Best Coffee, i pounds fur $1.00 anM
Bennetts Bebt Coifee, 1 pound.'.., 36o
Bennett's Challenge of few, 1 pound 18a and
Bennetts Teas, assorted, pound 68o a nil 'J
Tea hlftlngs, pound 160 and'
Hugar Catio Juice, large bottle 35o and
Virginia Kwlss t neeae, pound 8 So and
. aoo and
.300 and
. llo and
.300 and
. lOo and
.700 and
.83o and
.860 and
.180 and
Pkg. ,
Crram Cheese, pound
Tea Uardrn Preserves, assorted. Jar
Bennett's Capitol Wheat. Oats or Pancake,
Htollwenk's Cocoa, -lb. run
Crackers, large assortment, pkg . .
(ialllard Olive Oil, large bottle
Kamo Cataup, bottle
Queen Cider Vlnear, large bottle
liolden Harvest Bird Heed, pkg
Hweet Pickled Peaches, quart 86o and
Royal Celery Salt, bottle lOo and
French Cut Loaf Sugar, pkg 86o and
Rex Lye, three cans 86o and
Safety Matches, 12 boxes for 8o
Bennett's Bsrgaln Soap, 10 bars . 85o
Olives, quart jar 85o
Beauty Pork and Beans, with sauce 6o
Kancy French Strlngluss Beans "Best We Have'
lty, per can
Bennett's Capitol Flour, sank
Bennett's Capitol Baking Powder, 5-pound can
Dalldet fancy Oil Sardines, can
Saratoga Chips, fresh made: special, lb
t'oooanul Bars and Fruit Cookies, frenh made;
75
10
20
10
10
r' 30
io
jl 20
U 10
.V.0K
1 s.t
r
Plna-
spple.
our regular
Orated
Best We Have
brand; our r"
" " aVai'sAi" k.,r T'"rn "tamps
::: .slio:nnd
aoo and 10 reen "amps
SCO
special, per pound
BUTTXbV Beanert's Capitol Oreaonery Finest and sweetest
butter made put up In pound bricks full weight
per pound
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33i
THE RE LI A OLE STORJC
Friday is Remnant Day in Ou
Famous Domestic Room
Prints, cincrhnms. tiprcalrs. mrtdras. wbito coods. DonflTa. ont.
' - ' Ct I 7 1 - ' - 7
m flannols. flnnnplrttrs and n irrpnt manv other kinds of -wintpr
' c
goods in remnants of I2V2 to 10 yards worth up to 50c a yard, hi
lots according to value, on large squares
3Mc I 5c I 7V2c I 8V2C I 10c I lStfc v
FIVE GRAND SILK SPECIALS FRIDAY '
There are also oxfords ' and ankle ai 0
Strap pumps In the line, 2.00, $2.50 X I I
arid 3,00 qualities Vsvl
a A Friday Furore in the Corsets
Twenty-five 'dozen dol'ar corsets fit 69c. That's the best corset news In the
papers today. It's a typical Bennett bareain, A prominent maker has sold
to us Introductory order at a special low price. Coutil and batiste corsets
with loDg hip and medium bust. lace trimmed and run with rlbhon. r r
The corset Is known as "Bennett's Special" and will later sell for li Vf
1.00 while this quantity lasts w
Friday Our Candy Day
Candies from Balduff Pure Candy Co., all fresh for Friday.
J'a Chocolate! OpaniH Ree- I Old Style HJW England Yankee Paa-
xiiuicu . nut Brittle, usual 30c quality, lb. lBo
Ular priX8 50c 1D S5C I Two pounds for 8 So
$3 for Soys Suits and Overcoats
Wo are going to make this boys' section talked
about, with a wonderfully attractive bargain offered
for the day r rid ay. it's not so much profit w are
a loosing io as in aaverxmng ana luturs Business such
$3
values are aura to create.
Boys' Overcoats and Suits In 3 to 16 year slses.
'he suits are In Kusslan and Norfolk double-breasted
kl ilcker styles, in casslmers and cheviots, well lined
and macio in the best shades and patterns.
T1 i Overcoats are Husslan, Auto and Box
',jles, heavy winter weights, Italian or
f,a nel lined, plain and fancy cloths; also
douPle breasted reefers
nova' l 'Knickerbocker Pants, best dollar quality, fancy
casslm ere": to 15 yeara- at 89
Two
lots
Peninsular Smoked Consuming g
Oak Coal Heater $1,8
reen stamps
reen stamps
green stamps
green stamps
green stamps
green stamps
green stamps
green stamps
green stamps
green stumps
green stamps
green stamps
green stamps
creen stumps
green stamps
green stamps
green- stamps
green stamps
green stamps
green slumps
.180
Special Sale
of Furs
Friday
in the
Domestic Room
Jl
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HWMatF
7rvn
3
Special Sale
of Children's.
Coats Fridt
in
Domestic Room
y
Remnants of silk in nearly all
weaves and colorings, values to
$1 a yard, in domestic room, at,
yard 29c
$1.00 Black taffeta,
36 inches wide,
snap at 75c
$1.50 Black taffeta,
3f inches wide, Fri
day, at 98c
Remnants of silk velvets short
ends for trimming, good line'of
colors, values to $1.50 a yard,
at, yard ......... 49c
$1.25 Peau de Soie,
35 inchest wide, BM
lay, at 89c
LADIES' UNDERSKIRTS, CHILDREN'S SCHOOL
values to $1.25, Monday in DRESSES, regular values
Domestic room, choice, now, to 75c, Friday in domestic
at 69c room, at . . , 49c
RMnkpf fliP Remnants of Wool Dress Goods
UldllliCl istUlC Serges, cheviots, henriettas,
lo.ooo Blankets to close out quick broadclpths, tailor suitings, ba
st the following reduced prices: ... ,. , . - " '
60 pairs, 69c, 75c, 86c, $1 and up. tistes, novelties, and in tact, rem-
wooi Blankets. $1.50. $2.00, $3.00, nants of all kinds of high grade
$4.00, $5.00 up to $50 a pair. , , , AU4. u L
comfortables, 69c, 75c, $1.00 up to ool dress goods that sold out
$12.60 each. first, placed in 6 lots acArding
Cotton Batts. 6c, 7c, 80. 10c, . I
12ttcandup. to VaIue '
SUV !nes, quilting drapery, drapery 2 '' 3" 4 5 6
twins, etc.. 7c. 10c, 12 He and 16c 9gc
LADIES' DRESS SKIBTS, LADIES' WRAPPERS that
regular $3.00 values, in sold up ( to $1.25, on sale
domes.tic room, to close Fri- Thursday in domestic room,
day, at ...$1.69 at ....... ...... .. .69c
PECIAL UNDERWEAR BARGAINS III DOMESTIC ROOM
Children's Ribbed Union Suits
winter weight, values 39c to 75c
Fridayl at. . .50c and 25c
Women's Ribbed' Union Suits;
regular 75c to $1.50 values,
winter weights, 98c and 49c
Men's Wool und Wool Fleeced
Underwear; all 1 sizes, worth
$1.50 garment, at . . . . . .98c
Men's $1.25 Wool and Wool
Fleeced Underwear, all sizes, at
garment ;. . 75c
Men's 75c Cotton Fleeced Underwear, at, garment' 50c v
Hotions Friday in Domestic Room
The banner sales day ot the season.
i packages English Pins ......... 5
5 pkgs. Gold Eye Needles 5
3 spools Machine Thread 5
5 rolls Darning Cotton 5?
5 dozen Pearl Buttons 5?
6 rolls Cotton Tape. 5
3 dozen Nursery Pins 5
Aluminum Thimbles, each 1
All staple and fancy notions at cut
prices. .
SILK SALE EXTRAORDINARY MONDAY Big pur
chase from Samuel Eisman & Co., plain and fancy silks at
LESS THAN HALF REGULAR PRICE -Biggest bargain
ever Monday See 16th St. Windows Watch Sunday Papers.
Haydcn's the Greatest Market in Dm ill i for Groceries, Butter. Cheese;
Crackers, Meats, Fresh Vegetables and Fruits.
10 bars best brands Laundry 8oap,..i5c
6 lbs, choice Japan Rice 26c
6 lbs. best Pearl Tapioca, Sago or Bar
Icy, for .2c
7 lbs. best Rolled Breakfast Oatmeal.. 25c
The beat Bulk Laundry Starch, lb 6c
The best Domestic Macaroni, pkg...81c
1 lb. cans Assorted Soups 7 He
Bromangelon, Jellycon or Jello, pkg 7Hc
011 or Mustard Bardlnas, per can ...8c
Tall cans Alaska Salmon 10c
1 lb. pkg. Corn Starch 4c
Corn Flakes Breakfast Food, pkg..7Hc
Quaker Wheat Flakea Food, pkg 7Vo
The best 8oda or Oyster Crackers, lb. 6c
The best Crisp Fretsels or Ginger Snaps,
per pound 'o
Fnncy AsHortod Cookies, lb 10c
The best Tea Sittings, lb l&c
The best Golden Santos, ll 16a
The Z.argtst Display and Iiargsst Bot
tsrlna Dept. la Omaha. Bss our Demon
stration. Good Butterlne, 2 lbs. for 260
Good Table Butterlne, 2 lbs. for 85c
Kancv Table Butterlne. 2 lbs. for 4&c
Fancy Carton Butterlne, equal to cream
ery butter, per lb 26c
Good Tsble Butter, per lb 2Bc
Fancy Creamery Butter, ,er lb ,28o
Full Cream White or Colored Cheese, per
pound Soo
Omaha's Oraatsat Market for rrssh
Vsgetanlsa.
Fancy Jera-sy Bwset Potatoes, per lb., 2o
Fresh 1'aranlpa, Carrots or Turnips, per
pound 2a
Fancy Wax or Green Beans, per V...ba
Fresh Cabbage, par lb A il Ho
Fresh Ienver Cauliflower, per W ,.10o
Fresh Spinach, per pack lOo
Large Head Lettuce, per bead 6c
2 atalks fresh Celery ................ 5o
Good Cooking Apples, per peck 16a
Cap Cod Cranberries, per uart 7 Vic
Fresh Rutabagas, per lb lUn
Fresh Red Onions, per lb So
New Honey, per rack 16o
Large Grape Fruit, each 5u
xhi bio im ual mmii xtea
SAI.B IS STLUC. OH.
Per Barrel of 8 bushels 8S.76
Per bushel I1-2&
Per Market Basket 0u
Buy now for canning., ,. , J 4
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In our busy Candy Department Friday
20 sticks of Sugar Candy for 5c.
forget TRY HAYDEIl'S FIRST Sato
CLUBBING OFFERS
Daily and Sunday Bee $6.00
Review of Reviews 3.00
Regular price for both one year. .$9.00
J $7,10
Oar Price
ONLY
Daily Bee (without Sunday) $4.00
Woman's Home Companion 1-50
Regular price for both one year. .$5.50 J $460
Our Price
ONLY
Daily Bee
Cosmopolitan
(without Sunday) $4.00 T.Qur PrlCC
tan 150 ONLY
Regular price for both one year. .$5.50 J $450
Daily and Sunday Bee $6.00
Cosmopolitan 1.00 j
Regular price for both one year. .$7.50 J
THE OMAHA BE
OMAHA. NED.
Our Price
ONLY
$6.40
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