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THE TRAIN OF REAL LIGHTS"
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1909.
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Women's New Suits $15
One great group of new arrival of
late fall and winter models of tail
ored suits charminf neo styles
black and all favorite colors others
would sell these suits
$25 our Thursday spe
Sweater Coats Fof Womcn
The most practical coat you can have. It is
stylish, becoming and warm as can be. All
new and pretty styles $ T50 $
and colors two spe
cials at .
Manufacturers' samples and surplus stock
new fall styles In plain or silk embroidered
voiles, tailored taffetas, worsteds, tweeds,
moires, etc., all colors-
worth up to
Dainty New Collars Specially Priced
Real Irish Crochet Lace Stock i Real Irish Crochet Lace Collars, in
Collars choice designs $1.50 Dutch neck and Coat effects
worth up to
Our Extraordinary Sale
FLOOR OIL CLOTH
Two Immense Carloads at the Biggest Bar
gains Ever Known in Omaha s History
FOR THIS BIO EVENT WE WILL DEVOTE
NEARLY ALL OUR THIRD FLOOR Space
Nearly as Big as the Floor of the Auditorium.
x 80 Clerks.
FRITC1I 10 JOIN FELTON
Reorganized Great Western Takes the
WILL LEAVE ILLINOIS CENTRAL
John G. Nenffer S-cceeds W. EC. rm-
onde mm Superintendent of Motive
ronrr nnd R. Brlaad I
That the recently reorganized Chicago
areat Western railway will spare no ex
pense and Is seeking the best of technical
and executive skill In the rehabilitation of
the road, Is Indicated by notices of ap
pointments from (the office of President S.
M. Felton. New of Important changes In
the personnel of the road reached Omaha
Louis C. Frltch. well known In Omaha
by reason of his work as consulting engi
neer and as first assistant to Iresldent
Harahan of the Illinois Central railroad,
has sent in his resignation to become chief
engineer of the Chicago Great Western.
Mr. Frltch Is known throughout the coun
try as n electrification expert. He was
appointed consulting engineer of the Illi
nois Central last February, considerably on
the strength of this and his well defined
plan t electrify, steam road terminals
In Urge lilies, lie was last In Omaha early
Since the reorganisation of the Chicago
Qieat Western and Its plans for approprt
' ating large sums for Improvements, great
opportunities ar offered an experienced
' engineer. Mr. Frltch Is vice-president of
the American Railway Engineering and
Maintenance of Way association and chair
man of Its committee of electrification.
An early visit to Omaha and Council
Bluffs, the western terminal of the Great
Western. Is looked for by local railway
president of lltu Chicago Great Western
has also announced the appointment of
John C Neuffer, as superintendent of
motive power, to succeed W. K. Symonds.
assigned to special service. Mr. Neuffer
is another man drafted from the ranks of
the Illinois Central, as he was formerly
superintendent of machinery of that road.
1J. Hriand of the Chicago Alton has been
iippolnted purchasing agent of the Great
POLITICS ALL RIGHT IF YOU
CAN GET AWAY WITH IT
Thus Soliloquise Trestirer Fnrar,
Who Might llara Been Infnrl-
ed, bat Wnsn't.
Circumstances alter cases." said City
and County Treasurer Furay, "or, rather,
the peacef illness, of feeling that acoom
' panics a satisfied heart makes the man re-
Jolec " ' ,
''Now, If I had received on last Saturday
or last Monday . a remittance for taxes
marked 'paid under protest, as being taxa
tion withoat representation.' and signed
? with a lady's name. I might have shlverd
Inwardly gnd experienced , difficulty In
keeping my ambvngpong in fair control.
' There would have loomed up the pofcslblll
r tus of votes that might go astray, and to
4 keep the women In good humor Is some-
thing that I have studied ' nulte con
scientiously., if I ln say it after election
lustead of before.
"Epistles of ihis kind are not numerous,
and all we can do to them Is to cash the
check, put the red stamp 'Paid' over the
suffragette protest, fix the date, and fur
get 1U . .
"But what are )ou going to do, I'd Uk
to know, when you gel a tax receipt
marked 'Tills man has Just "had appendf
citisT' ... '
"There's a puxzler for me. Of course we
couldn't keep him from having appen
dicitis, and really the only question ft
fiduciary officer Is concerned with, Is),
Has he got the money 7
"I am glad, though, that the poor man
hasn't Insisted on keeping what he had,
because the doctors tell me thst Is wots
than having trouble with your campaign
manager. If that be true, then excuse me,
for Myron Learned sent me a campaign
manager who only knew how to aslc for
money. I Just sprung the corrupt prac
tices act on him. and ho went back to
milking his cows. Being in politics is all
right, when you can get away from it."
"We will place on sale about
75 Ladies' Coats, in fancy
mixtures and covert cloth
also some, black and colored
broadcloth; regular $17.50,
$19.50 and $22.50 values
Thursday we will place on
sale all of our regular $5.00
and $7.50 silk .petticoats
black and all colors are in
cluded; for one day only, at,
Again we will offer you
the choice of any tailor made
suits in our store, formerly
priced to $25.00; Thursday
We will offer Thursday a
special purchase of women's
new skirts, positively worth
$10.00 and $12.50; choice,
while they last
Choice of our 100 dresses,
made of silk foulard, broad
cloth and serge; these dresses
formerly sold for $19.50 to
$25.00; on sale Thursday
The coats, muffs and scarfs
specially priced for .Thurs
rBSB Any lSe Ladles' Iomt Journal Fatten
its tae rui Etyie book MW
Bennett's Best Sale Women's a
Eery day the racks are replenished with new lots from the great
Cohn purchase. Women's suits so distinctly high grade and In such
quantities representing a clear gain to you of $7.50 to $12.50 are sel
dom heard of. It's an extraordinary opportunity made possible through
the powerful purchasing Influence of the Bennett organization. We
bought the makers' surplus stock of heavy weight woolens and had
them made up Into suits to our special order. The sale Is attracting
women from all Omaha and parts of Nebraska and Iowa for many
miles around. Plenty of styles, plenty of colors, plenty of sizes In the
style and color you like best. Our word for It, no other sale this year
was of such tremendous Importance to women.
$22.60 Suits are $15.00 $35.00 Suits are $25.00
$25.00 Suits are $10.50 $40.00 Suits are $29.50
$45.00 Suits are $30.50
Little Boys Russian Suits
Almost half value for these pretty little suits. Wher.
Is the mother who would not quickly grasp such an
opportunity? Sailor collar Russians, either single or
double breasted; braided, embroidered or plain col
lars; silk tie and leather belt; materials
are royal and navy blue serge, and dark
brown checked worsteds; sizes 3, 4, 5 years, value $5, for.
Bennett's Big Grocery
Bennett's KxceWor Flour, per sack $1.78 and 60 green stamps
Bennett's Baking Powder, lb. can S4o and 20 green stamps
Bennett's Breakfast Coffee. 2 lb. can 480 ami 40' green stamps
Bennett's Challenge Coffee, pound 18o and 10 green stamps
Bennett's Teas, assorted, pound 480 and SO green stamps
Bennett's Teas, assorted, pound 38o and 40 green stamps
Bennett's Capitol Country (jentleman Corn UHc quality. 3 for 5o
Snlder's Pork and Bean, large can; 90o and 20 green stamps
Bennett's Capitol Oats, Wheat or Pancake, pkg llo and 10 green stamps
Leaves Omaha at 6:30 p. m.
How Arrives Chicago 8:07 a. in.
This train ia about perfect for all classes of travel.
It is brilliantly lighted by electricity, generated by a dynamo
in charge of the train electrician.
The sleepers and diner are ready for Omaha patrons at 6 p. m.
There are no handsomer dining cars than those on this train, nor
is there anywhere any better dining car service.
Breakfast is served in the diner before arrival at 8:07 a. m. j
The earlier arrival in Chicago insures your
connection with morning trains for tho east
TICKET OFFICE, '
1502 Farnam Street
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FREE ART EXHIBIT
SO US I. S OBEX IT TBAPHTO BTAMTg OH AX I. BPTTIKINTI
Snlder's Chill Sauoe, large bottle 5o and 20 green stamps
Bennett's Capitol Maple Syrup, quart can 40 o and 20 green stamps
Eddy's Dome, Mustard, Jar lo and 10 green stamps
Small Olives, quart Jar BDo and 10 green stamps
Cream Cheese, best quality, pound 80o and 10 green stamps
Virginia Swiss Cheese, pound B5o and 10 green stamps
Franco-American Soups, quart can 35o and 30 green stamps
Mignonette Peas, three cans .800 and 10 green stamps
New Seeded Raisins, package o
WAIT FOR SATURDAY
CLOTHES CARNIVAL THEN
Palace Clothing Co. to Offer Amazing
Sale on New Vork Makers' Sur
plus of 1,595 Garments.
NEWS IN THEARWY CIRCLES
General Morton Goes to Reonlon of
Soeletr of Array of Ten-
Brigadier General Charles Morton has
gone to Columbus, O., on fourteen days
leave of absence to attend the annual
meeting of the Society of the Army of the
Tenneessee of whldh he is a member and
of which Major General Orenvllle M. Dodge
Brigadier General F. A. Smith of Fort
I'. A. Russell, Wyo. has assumed tem
porary command of the department of the
Missouri, during the absence of Brigadier
General Morton In the east. General Smith
.'Spumed formal command of the depart
Leave of absence for one month has been
granted Second Lieutenant Marshal Mag-ruder
of the Sixth field artillery.
An extension of ten days leave of ab
sence has been granted Second Lieutenant
Philip Gordon of the Second cavalry.
Honorable discharges from the regular
army by purchase have been granted Ser
geant William Moore of Company B.
Eleventh Infantry, and Privates W. J.
Barrett of Company M. Thirteenth In
fantry and H. W. Ragan of Company L.
Chamberlain's Cougn Remedy contains
no Injurious substance and is pleasant to
Pqn't buy a suit until Saturday!
Pon't buy an overcoat until Saturday!
The Palace Clothing Co. of Fourteenth
and Douglas streets Is going to offer a
clothes sensation worthy of the name
on Saturday next.
A certain New .York maker with a
surplus of 1,595 garments was casting
about for an instant-spot-cash pur
chaser, and the Palace came to the
front with the cash but demanded a
"60c-on-the-dollar" deal before finally
The transfer was rapidly made the
clothes are here now, ready for a co
lossal selling Saturday, and Omaha
men may equip themselves for winter
cheaper than has heretofore even been
Think of owning men's faultlessly
made $12.60 suits at $6.75 think "of
owning $18.00 garments at $9.98.
This Is the actual percentage of sav
ings promised by the Palace If you'll
Friday's papers will contain more
complete announcements WAIT!
PALACE CLOTHING CO.,
Fourteenth and Douglas Streets.
OF ,1 j
PM They say m Park you can always tell whether a
VI woman is well dressed by merely looking at her shoes. L'
JK Certainly it would iw hard to call a woman badly jL
4 J dreed if ooe saw on her feet the "Dorothy Dodd" I )
r ..Shoes of whose thapo and beauty American women tJ
. are so proud. Have you not tried these "Dorothy ti
J -Dodd" Shoes? We ve them at $3.50 and $4.00 f
6 . BENNETT'S 0
"The Conquest t Prairie"
Latest masterpiece in oil
by Irving EL Bacon,
which won high honors
for him at Munich last
Ryan Jewelry Co,
, Successor to
Mawhlnney & .yan Co.
lOtr amd Douglas.
Every day we get a bundle of
clothes with instructions to "Clean
well, and general repairs."
Our customers who hsv been
with us for years know when
they slv such Instructions
that thslr clothss win come
home In first class shae.
ready to wear, and that they
will not be chained an exor
Facta are, we Just about break
even on our repair work. Consult
us about your winter clothes, it
may save buying new ones.
"Qoo4 Cleaaars aa4 Dyers."
1513 Jones St. lioth I'hojwa.
Can find no better relief and
nearly always complete recQvery
than in a pair of our
FOOT CQMF03T SHOES
They are a boon to womankind and
we have had more commendation
from the women friends we have
made on these shoes than any
shoes we sell. They are especially
constructed, made one size smaller
in the instep and two sizes wider
in the sole, being made this way
U gives a snug fit over the Instep
and heel, and at the same time
rests comfortably on the sole, giv
ing that feeling of rest and relief
The stock is fine, soft kid and the
sole is soft and flexible.
Turned Boles $3.50
Welt Soles, button and lace,
dress and common sense toe
$50,000 BANKRUPT SALE
OF THE RUSSIAN FUR CO.
1815 DOUOX.AI ITUIT. .Sanson St Thorn Old Location.
Auction Daily, 2 p. m. to 5 p. m.
Private 81 All Day.
Call any time and look over this beautiful stock, consisting- of ladles' and
rentlemen's fur llued coats, mounted rugs, robes, lyna, minks, foa and sable
-nrf a.T-f and throw OTC
(ora to be saorliicea at ins
-In faot eTerythlnf In stylish and np-to-date
BIG BANKRUPT SALE
Only a few mora days don't mica this opportunity.
Drexel Shoe Co,
111 Faraatn Street. '
Daily and Sunday Bee $6.00'
Woman's Home Companion 1.50
Regular price for both one year. .$7.50 .
Daily Bee (without Sunday) .$4 00 '
McClure's Magazine 1-50
Regnlar price for both one year. .$5.50 .
'"Daily and Sunday Bee. $8.00
McClure's Magazine. l&O
- Regular price for both one year. .$7.50 J
THE OMAHA BEE
Court of the Bee Bldg.
ALL LOVEIW OF ART ARE INVITED TO
INSPECT THIS MAGNIFICENT PICTURE.
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This Week Only .
BOTTLED IN BOND
wis Hunter Rye, regular Q0f
rice $1.25, sale price HuL
g Cabin Bbn, regular price QZi
n.00, sale price ODL
.ome-made Wine, OCe
full quart 3C
C. Schlank l Co.
. MTK A JACKIOlf
' Unexcelled Kir1 It s Ueauty and
ROIV1L: . MILLER
You will find
where to buy the
best birds of var
ious breeds un
der the head
in the want ads.
If you have poultry you
can sell it by advertising
your stocky in The Bee. The
cost ia email, ono cent per
word per day, or $1.50 per
line per month.
Want Ad Dent.
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