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THE BEE: OMAHA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1909.
TMC SILIASUI STOMS
tmc aauaaLS svo
OF ODD LOTS AND
Tim enormous sales of the inst few fU,- ife left ns with great
tinntltie of odl lots and remnants of fine goods. Friday we offer
them at bargains that will cause a great sensation.
IMPORTERS' SAMPLE PIECES DRESS TRIMMINGS
These are all high class novelties In Jetted and spangled effects
gold, silver and' crystal beaded trimmings silk embroidered bands
crochet and Venlse effects Insertions, bands, appliques, medallions
end allovers one-third to three-fourths yards In piece on bargain
10c, 15c, 25c .o50c ft
Remnants and Odd Lots of Laces and In
sertions worth up to 12VaC yard, at
French nnd Gorman val. laces and insertions, cluny cur
tain laces, linen torchon laces, plat val. laces, black chan
tilly edges,' etc.
I Fine Embroidered Turnover Collars and Stocks
Manufacturers' samples all kinds endless variety C
many worth up to 20c, at, each 1 JL
FRIDAY'S SILK REMHAHTS
' 24-inch dress silks in all plain shades of Peau
de Cupid nnd Messaline, regular price 75c
and 85c yard Friday, yard
$1 FANCY DRESS SILKS AT 49c YARD
These Bilks sold up to $1 a yard many of them 27 inches
wide. All new weaves such as Jacquard Mes
saline and Peau de Cachemere, striped and
checked taffeta and satin Directoire, yard
DRESS GOODS REMNANTS
All the heavy suitings, 41 to 54 inches wide, coatings, storm
serges, covert cloths, meltons, rough weaves,
diagonal suitings, worth as high as $1.25, at,
DESIRABLE COTTON GOODS for FALL
Odd Lots and Remnants in Our Basement
40c SATEENS AT 15c YARD
Black and colors. Even-body wonders why we sell such a
' fine quality at such a low price. A new lot for If
. Friday best grade sateens ever sold at, yard.
NEW SHIPMENTS OF FLANNELS AT 10c YARD
Buy flannels Friday. A new shipment just received well
known Duckling fleece flannels for kimonos and dressing
sacques in Persian, floral, chick, bird and but- . A
,terfly patterns, yard , 11 C
Cotton . suitings, worsted
styles, .very desirable
for children a wear
Thousands . o t piece
ticking, denims, sateens
lengths for laundry
bags, pillow coverings,
' etc, worth
26o and 3&o
. yard, each
Persian cotton challles
1 for comfort covering
Scotch and chambray
ginghams very de
sirable for children's
at, yard. . . .
l ve a sa l O
Fine quality light and
' dark 36-inch dress
percale the 12 He
Extra heavy mottled
blue and gray flan
nels, also cream Shak
at, yard . . ,
8 Tllili 8 A. M. One
lot of printed Silko-
line, yard wide
yard . , . ...
O TILL 11 A.M. Vari
ous grades short
lengths lining sateens
yard. . . .
Beginning Friday Af
ternoon Short mill
worth 12c 7i
yd., at, yd... 'ZV
REMNANTS OF LINENS IN BASEMENT
Remnants of all qual
ities of table damask
and odd M dozen lots
of napkins at greatly
Remnants ' o f cotton
toweling, 5c grade, at
Drummers' samples of
table 'damask all
large pieces, at, each,
6c and 10
Fancy linen pieces,
stamped, worth 25c,
at each 51
Large hemstitched ta
ble c'otbs all pure
linen, regular $2 val
ues, each ... .$ 1.10
Large mercerized nap
kins, very fine Qual
ity, worth $1, at, a
Hen's 7cc! and
All Manufacturer's Sumples
Worth up to $3
! on wale Sat.
Just the thing for little Hal
lowe'en parties cleverest little
novelties ever seen here. Black
cats, pumpkins, witches, skulls,
etc. at very moderate prices
In Sweetland, East Arcade.
- ' Every woman in Omaha who vanta to retain or secure grace
ful lint's of her figure should see Miss Cunningham at our Corset
Counter this week and let her explain about
THE REIIOYJHED HO CCFSETS
. The bcit features about Nemo Corsets are) patented specialties
thai 'can be found in no other make.
rlnys a fine flrat quality pair of gold filled cuff buttons.
Bobby up-to-date styles. Spend a few minutes. la our
Ure. Look for the name.
S.'V. Lindsay, Jeweler
ISIS XHtarlaa tre
Full Quarts 80c, $1.00, $1.25.
35c, 50c, 75c per Bottle
Best for the Home. '
$ 1. 2R seven year old Cedar Brook.
Bmirhon or Guckenhelmer, QKr
full quarts irus,
$1.00 quarts Blackberry ftQc
75c quarts Best California fiKf
Port Wine for
$T2R quarts Golden Eagle 78C
$1.25 quarts Old Willow Brook ne.
Bottled In Bond Whiskey
If it comes from
It must be good.
The Modal raially Liquor Store
1309 Farnam St.
Prompt Delivery. Both rfconei.
Bend for Frice list.
ThA Diamond stands In a a
f class by itself, both In its 1
. unchanging popularity and j
f in the fact that it is, net to
I . cash in value, as a medium ft
of exchange. The person
with a diamond always has V
We will at any time with
in one year, refund the pur
chase price of any diamond
purchased from us, less 10.
-S A L E-
WE ARE SELLING OUT
at about one-tenth of former
prices the finest stock of
That ever came to this city.
Come in and look them over
Fftilfi FOR Weak and nervous men
SJJU lUft who find their power to
NFRVES work :nd youthful vigor
v gone as a result of over
work or mental exertion should take
ORAY'S NERVE FOOD PILLS. They will
malts you eat and sleep and be a man
1 Box; 3 boxes $2.60 by mail.
SKXBMAH Jt lloCOKSIILL D1UO CO
Cor. 16th and Dodge Streets.
OWL DKUO COMVAHT,
Cor, 16th and Harney sta., Omaha, Xfeb.
Persistent Advertising is
the Road to Big Returns.
The Bee Reaches All Classes.
liW TCrK UTV
rv'fl a ur t . . y i
at 55th Street
Near Tamous Central Park
Adjoining Carnegie Hall, near the Art
Institute, and within Ave minutes walk
of the leading theatres and shopping
district; the location is ideal. A rare
attention to details that lend to the
home atmosphere Is responsible for our
many enthusiastic patrons.
The Welllngton'a delightful lounging
rooms, handsome dining rooms and
English grill room will appeal to your
. sense of the appropriate.
PRE-EMINENTLY THE CHOICE
Or DISCRIMINATING PEOPLE
Rooms, with Bath, 12.00 upward
Parlor. Bedroom and Bath, 120.
weekly and upward
Send for Illustrated booklet
J. F. CHAMPLIN
v Seventh A v. at S5th St.
New York City
When in Detroit
Booms and Bath tor SI. 60 ay.
No better rooms, culsins or service c
be hud at double our price.
Let us prove It to you.
M. A. FHAW, Mgr.
SCHOOLS AND COLLUUfeS.
eUaicriL practical arbooL
0f HACUUb4 Vt-
nsstuct. ho isUuont is
sUbIoM COBIMIss th Wt ilUMisj,
Ir Writ I of ifMscaiu suU ct Hit iationMuasjy
I UWOOtH BUtlHISsl OOCLtCt
fBia ncrrnE framk sale sATritDAY.! If
Jy I SKE SIXTE.NTII 8THEKT WINDOW.
Friday Sale Extraordinary
Entire Harney Street Aisle Filled With 5,000 Fine
Greatest accumulation of short ends we ever
had in a single sale. All the short pieces from
the year's best fabrics such as
Silks, Dress Goods,
Wash Goods, Uaists,
Linings, Flannelettes, Etc.
Preparations have been going on for two weeks for this great
remnant occasion. Entire stock offered Friday, regardless of former
All goods are plainly marked, you take half off. No inflated val
ues, no misrepresentations.
SALE OPENS PROMPTLY AT 8 O'CLOCK
EXTRA SALES PEOPLE TO WAIT ON YOU
NO GOODS RESERVED, AND NONE EXCHANGED
All Kinds of Silk Remnants
Black Silks In Ifesealbies, Peau da Sole, Peau da Cxrne,
Taffetas all widths and colors, Fancy Silks, Poulards, Crepe
de Chine, Silk Boarflnge, Moires in all colors, Bengalinss,
Cashmlrs de Sole, Klntona Silks and other dress nnd waist styles
Wonderful Collection Dress Goods Ends
Imported Broadoloths, a?l wool Panamas, Cheviots, new Diagonals,
Suitings, Voiles, Wool Taffetas, Wool Armures, Coating's,
Challles, Serges, Worsteds, Silk and Wool Plaids,
Astrachans, Cream Serges and Blaok Dress ratrios
Keatherhloom Zoning- Velvets
Sateens, blaok and oolors Fancy Velvets
Spun Glass Wash Groods
Moire Skirtings . Eiderdowns
Here's How Low the Values Go
$1.00 Silks for SOoioOc Challles 3 80 1 Be Cambrics SHo
$1. 00 Lining Satins ..6O0 86c Heatherbloom, 17Ho 7Hc AmoBeags ,,,3H
$1.60 Broadcloths . .780 25c Sateens 13Vi0 1 1J 40 Olnghams ... .V4o
Vdmen's Long Heavy IVinterXoats
A Fyl(lrtralfl of one hundred aplen-tld garVnents
nevsxiiKie ana aouoie oreaniea styles, with nigu
nniiwry or noicn couar, materials
are sturdy tweeds ami dark
' mixtures $12.00 coats
" 'ill it ifs, 11
Man Tailored Suits
Vnmanla Wanraa SO t An Wail.la mt m
pure wuui imv y aim oiner snaies,
46-inch satin lined coats your pick
U EXTRA 1
VA LUCKY 7
Vifor you rf
Fnr Sets Brown and black Coney
Neck I'iece and large Pillow Muff,
with head trimming, per set . .S7.60
Bearskin Coats for children 2 to 6
years, white only, at S3.50
Girls' Coats, 6 to 12-year sizes, heavy
mlxturea and plain meltons, all best
colors, values to $7.60, at $3.95
Sweater Coats, regular coat length,
'sy ui wmie , V1J15
Muslin tfnderwear Soiled garments we have culled all the mussed and turn
.Men ivmri Luvcia aim umwerB irum our ioc ana ii lines and offer mtk
Friday at . OUO
A Friday Opportunity for Men
REGUIiAM $ 18, $20, $22 AND $25 COATS
A sale of all the small lots from our early season purchases. Lines
with but one to four coats In all are Included.
The Cravenettes are good all wool materials
In plain and fancy weaves and new shades, cut
full and long, with either regular or nrotector
The Ton. Coats are the new knee length mod
els In diagonals and Scotch effects. Absolutely
' correct styles, all of them.
, Sizes 34 to 42 In the assortment. Buy any
one Friday for $12.60.
i 1 Mt"r" Via
E I CVTD A I 1
U LUCKY J
- yVoR you
A final clean up solied and mussed
WalstlngH, liulla Ltnons, Long
cloth, etc., worth to 19c at ...7Vo
TABLE BAM A8X
Bleached Iamask, 64-lnch, for Fri
day our 30c quality 190
10-4 Gray Cotton lilankets, 65c kind
S-4 Bleached Sheets, regularly Di'o,
for ..1 390
Silkollnes, new styles, usual 12 He
Dlnnerware Stocks must be re
duced, need room for holiday
goods and toys.
This applies to all open stock
patterns shown on our tables.
DEfwF3ETTfS BIG GROCERY
I DOU1L1 QKIEN STAMPS OS QKAKUI.ATES STQAJS
nennetfs Kest Coffee, 1 IhH. 91 and 100 Oreen
Bennett's H't Coffee, 1 lb., 35o and 30 Oreen
Viennett's ChallenKe. Cof., 1 lb., 18e and 10 Oreen
Bennett's TeaH., asst. kinds, lb. 7Sc and 80 Ur.
Bennett's Teas, asst. kinds, lb., 6bo ind 70 Clr.
Hennett a Tea Sifting, lb lSoandlSOr.
Bennett's Kxcelslor Klour, k., $1.75 and 60 Gr.
liennett'a Capitol Flour, Hack, $1.65 and 60 Ur.
Uennetfa Capitol Ituking Powder
5-pound can $1.00 nd 100 Or.
Rent Cream Cheese, pr pound. aOoandlOUr.
Vlrjrinia Swi-ot Cheese, pound. 2GouncllOOr.
Yai'it Club talad Pressing, bot., 35o und 2 0 Ur.
Heinj Vinegar, cider mall and pickling,
I h,, tle asoandlOGr.
Bsnnetfa Capitol Mince Meat, three
packages 950 and 10 Gr.
Bennett'a Capitol Oats, 2-pound package
Bennett's Capitol Kxtract. bottle
Yankee Hose Tollot Soap, 3 packagoa
riirl New Cleanser, .3 packaRi-s
Snider' Chili Sauce, large bottle
gmall Olives, quart Jar
H J lleins Sweet Mixed Tickles, quart
New' Horseradish, per bottle
Orange City Rusk, per package
Biiider'S .Pork, and Beans, large can
t 1 rtrrn all
L 1 r. A I M U I I
m ft I'm
SlUt V a LUCKY
.n. WOR YOUi
. . . . llo and
. . . .ISO and
. . . . 35c ami
.... 85o and
, , . .350 and
. . . . So and
, . . .350 and
. . . .luo and
. . . . 10o ami
rBISIITB BALB large quan
llty Tea Uardeu brand Preserves,
assorted, pure fruit and sugar
goods". Our regular 0c Jars, per
COOKXB SALE Vanilla Bars,
fresh made, very delicious, Ine
quality, pound .....loo
A complete line of Kebkuehen Juat
received direct from Germany.
Bennett'a y,pitol Purs Maplo Syrup,
BJCS Jap Klee, a regular 10c qual
ity, special, luclU'llug SO stamps
, st pounds, SCO
U 1 P1
1 t 1 1 1 1 1 1
IN OUR TA1M0US DOMESTIC ROOM
50,000 ynrda of Mill Ends and Ifoinnanta of Flnnnolottes,
Outing Flannol, Swansdown, Prints,' OingUajins, Percales,
Linens, all kinds of .White (Hoods; also by the yard Poplins,
Pongees, etc., all will be placed on large counters in G lots, at
LOT 1 Yard. SVLOT 3 Yard. .7V&c;LOT 5 Yard. . 10c
LOT 2 Yard . . SclLOT 4 Yard . . SViC'L0T 6 Yard . lSViC
Also B.OOO yards of Sheetings, yard wide; Towellngs, Muslins, in
short lengths, at about half tht- regular price. Other drives on goods
Two - piece suit In
wool, half wool and
cotton, plain or
leece backs, Talaea
o $1.60 f)S'
75 1 49t 3t)f
Ribbed "Wool and
Fleeced, all sizes,
regular values to $2
on pale, at
$1.50 98c 40c
Worth to $1, Dress
or Work Shirts with
soft collar or collar
banda'. on sale,
Hero's Silk Bargains Worth While
Short Lengths and Odd Pieces of Plain and Fancy Silks,
worth to $1.25 yard, left over from our recent big purchase,
on sale in two big lots, Friday, at 38c and 48c
$1.25 Black Peau delcyTK Yard for Black Chiffon
Soie, 36 inches wide, A J Dress Taffeta, 3G in
Friday, at yard " dies wide, $1.25 value.
Values up to $1.50,
fine or heavy rib
bed wool or cotton,
in all sizes, on sale
at, 98c and 49(?
Vests or Pants, reg
ular value up to $ I,
fine and beaver rib
bed, on sale at
' 49 and 250
Remnants of Wool Dross Goods
Tailor Suitings: Broadcloths, Henriettes, Serges, Pana
mas, Novelties, Evening Shades, Black Goods, Brilliantines.
and a great many different kinds of Wool Dress Goods up
to $2.50 a yard, Placed in 6 lots: .;".
LOT 1 Yard. .25cL0T 3 Yard. .49clL0T 5 Yard,.75c
LOT 2 Yard. ,39cL0T 4 Yard. .59cL0T 6 Yard. .98c
Remnants of Fine
Remnants of Irish, French,
German, Scotch and Aus
trian Linens, in 2 to 4 yard
pieces, .in lots according to
value. Goods worth from 75c
to $1.50 yard:
LOT 1 Yard 25c
LOT 2 Yard 39c
LOT 3 Yard 49c
' LOT 4 Yard 59c
Cotton Blankets, 25c each to pair,
Wool Knapp Blankets, $1 pair to,
All wool Blankets, pair, from
l-25 to ...$25.00
Comforters, B9c each to $12.50
Home made Comfortables, each,
from $1.98 to $5.00
Cotton llatu, 6c, 714 c, 10c, 12V4o.
15c up to, each $1.00
Finest yard wide t SllkolTne, no
remnants, best made, yd., XO(5
Quilting Material, yard, from 6o
Ready-to-Vear Garment Bargain
IN OUR BUSY DOMESTIC ROOM FRIDAY
Ladies' Black Underskirts-
Regular values to $1.25,"
at each 69c
Ladies' Fleece Lined Wrap
pers Values to $1.50, at,
Women's Dress Skirts Val
ues to $3.00, choice $1.69
Children's Bearskin Coats
Sizes 2 to 6 years, regular
$3.00 values, choice $1.95
Women's Winter Coats
Worth to $10, sizes to 41,
on sale, at .$5.98
Children's Hoods . .-.25c up
Furs Up from 69c
READ THIS FOR FRIDAY
Za Oroosrlss Hardens, ths Greatest Market in ths Wast for Qrocsrlss, But
ter, Cheese, Oraokera, Fresh Veg-etables and Trait.
6 lbs. choice Japan Ktce 26c
7 lbs. best Rolled Breakfast Oatmeal,
6 lbs. best Pearl Tapioca, 8ago or
The best White or Yellow Cornracal,
24-lb. sack best High Patent Flour,
48-lb. sack best High Patent Flour,
lbs. bet Wheat Farina 25c
Bromangelon, Jellycon or Jello, per
The best Domestic Macaroni, per
The best Corn -itarrh, pkg 4c
Tall cam Alaska Halmon 10c
Oil or Mustard Har. lines, per can UVio
Peanut Butter, per pound lie
IHnmond C or Diamond H Mince
Meat, per package 84o
2-lh. pkg. best Self Rising Pancake
All kinds Com Flakes, pkg 7 toe
Quaker Wheat Flakes, pkg 7V4o
The CrUp Preticla or Ginger Snaps,
per pound gc
Fancy Art Cookies, per lb 10c
Batter, Butterlne and Cheese Bale
Fancy Dairy Table Butter, per lb. -Tft
Fancy Co'intry Creaiinry gutter, pnf
Oood Table TtiitterinSi' 1 lbi. for 26c
Fancy Table Butterlne, 2 lbs. for 85o
1-lb. brick Equal to Creamery. 26c
See our dernouMtratl 3n f Butterlne.
The largest In the flty.
Full Cream While or Colored Cheese,
per pound 2i)c
Full Cream Brick .or Llmberger
Cheese, per pound 20c
Pap Hugo Cheen. each ......... 7 MiO
Neufchutel Cheese, each Sc
The Greatest Market la O in aha fori
Fresh Vegetables V
Monday's prices on all fresh vege
tables, fruits, groceries. butter,
cheese, crackers, teas, f Cffees and
THE BAXAZTCB OT XXIFTEK TEAMS TO OO OUT SAX.B FB.IDAT
20 STICKS SUGAR CANDY, in our busy Candy
Department, Friday, for
qt. ran 40 o and 2U Ureen stamps
1DTTES Bennett s Capitol Cream
ery Butter, full weight pound brl ks
1 1 $V.
H ( Jewelry Bepatrlng eSt-itsMJSSmr
1 I ''ftf:ggvvATCMKS, OIAMONDS
TRY UAYDEtlS FIRST
TMC MLIASUt CTOM
f ALL DAY
Special Display and Sale
Gordon Furgcson Furs
The Special Display of the sample line
of this immense St. Paul Fur House will
vwill give you an opportunity of Belection
from the largest and choicest stock shown
anywhere in the land. , , ,
WATCH FRIDAY EVENING PAPERS
for FURTHER PARTICULARS of. SALE
Repair Watches sad
MAWHINNEY & RYAN CO., 15th and Douglas Streets j
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