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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 3, 1909)
TTTK BEE: OMAHA. FHIDAY. DECEMBER 3, 1W0.
A RAPID CLEARANCE
of All Our Odd Lots and
To Hake Room for Holiday Goods at
We liive reduced the prices on all remnants of yard
goods to the lowest figures in order to sell all odd lots in
$1 Dress Silks and Satins at 39c Yard
AVe bought all the silks from a dressmakers' supply house at '
a very low price. Yard wide satins, messalines, satin rajah
fabrics, vard wide Tuscan silks,
bar pongee, 27-inch spot proof
27-iudi fancv raiahs. dress
On Bargain Square, Main Floor Worth Up to $1 a Yard
YARD WIDE DRESS SILKS at ?9c YARD
Phoenix mills fine yard-wide taffetas and yard wide black
Peaude Soie, standard $1.25 quality very
lustrous Friday only, yard J
30 pieces of - our $1
q u a 1 ity.' black
Crepe de Chine
Remnants of all kinds
BOc, 76c and 98c Bilks
In one grand lot Fri
day, 1 to 10-yard
Remnants of Boulevard Velveteens
best velveteen in the market. They
. yard ' .'.
GRAND CLEARING SALE IN BASEMENT
COTTOn GOODS REMNANTS
To Make Room for the Toys
All thoHO 25-cent
ized wai sting
remnants go at
All the yard wide
that were lOo a
yard will go at,
yard . .
All of the yard
were 10c a yard
All the 5-cent
remnants will go
in this sale, at,
There are hundreds of remnant bargains on sale In the basement
that are going to be cleaned out Friday to make room for the toys.
WATCH FOR OUR BIG TOY OPENING
Remnants of Laces and Insertions worth
up to 15c a yard at, yard
French and Knglish vals, fancy wash laces, cluny and crochet ef
fects, platt vals, etc. On two big bargain squares.
Remnants and Sample Strips of
ALL OVER LACES, Y2to Vt YARDS LONG
Oriental, crochet and fancy effects, aluo remnants of appliques, Inser
tions, medallions, aluo lace edges
cream, ecru and black, at,
Remnants of Fine Embroidery Edging and Inserting
all kinds worth up to I2y2c, a yard
ssJ Bpandeis Stores 1
aJ,' - ... ..... v " fl.
Five years ago when we first began advertising stoves f.ir CltrlHtmas presents
w sold four Queen Kanges and three Solar double heater liane Burners. Last year
we sold eleven yueen Kanes and thirteen Wnlar double heater Hne Burners for
I'hrlatiuas presents nd all wllliln two weeks before Christmas. This year, In addi
tion to the Solar we have the Kreat Howe Ventilator Mane Burner. All three of theuo
stove bava hitule the very highest reputation In Omaha. For ("hrlHtmas presents
they would be the charm and delight of any household and every member of any
family would participate In enjoying them. A stove makes a moxt acceptable wed-
dlng present, then wliv not a t'lirintmas present. If a bouse and lot or a Piano
makes an aci-optahle Christmas present then why not a Steel lUiik'o or Base Burner.
I'eoplM-who have bouaht stoves of us for Christmas presents say they view them
altogether different and appreciate them much mora than If they had nought them
under other circumstances. It Is not too early now to order them and have them
delivered when you want them. W sell stoves on small monthly payments or a cut
' price for cash.
TBE-; STOETZEL STOVE CO.
TIO South lOtli 15t.
. REPORT SESSION
WyomlBst seaator roaarreaa Mill
roloia" Irulon aud KndurM
l'ar . Srcrtr jr.
"I am In full accord with the recom
mendations given In the report of Secretary
of War IMvklnson," aald Senator Francis
K. Warren of Wyoming, chairman if lh
senat committee on military affairs, who
la ln Omaha on his way to Washington.
"And particularly as to those p irtlona of
the raau-t that relate to orrlcers of tha
army taking the House veil physical taala
Hundreds of short
pieces of silks and
velvets, travelers' and
house samples for
i work, etc.,
at, each piece
10c to .
mill ends, at,
All the yard wide
that was 6V2C a
ynrd will go at,
per I ,
All the Persian
ehalli es, rem
nants, that were
41'C a vard, are
going to I ,
go at, yd.
ln aomewhat modified form. I have at
lavurru (no lucaiion OK iroops in or
near the principal cltlea ln larpe posts, so
that they mlcht be available and readily
transported to Important points when the
emergency of war riulrea.
"The report throughout U a strong one,
and will, I beliave, meet with the hearty
approval of congress.
"I cannot sea that there Is any grounds
for the presumption that the coming ses
sion of congreva will be a short one, and
that with the ditpota of the appropriation
bills but little else will be done. On the
l other hand there Is considerable to do and
the sesloo may
likely run Into Jday or
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ART LESS COSTLY
IF BOUGHT IIOU
A. Hoftpe Co.
Will Clear Out All
Hut Hasn't Time
I As a uiunl thin a dpaler Inaugurates
;a noisy" special rule when about to clone
jout stocks, but the A. Hnspe company of
I I filS Douglas street !s going to accom-
pllsh the sale of hundre.ls of fine pic
tures, frames, art wares, etc., without the
I Here are the facts: The A. Hospe com
pony has quietly annoxml the next store
room west Immense changes In the pres
ent and new store rooms are being made
there Isn't room enough or time enough
for a "howling sale" evrjnt, but art lov
ers who will take a conscientious "tip"
are advised to get Hospe's present prices
before buying a dollar's worth of holiday
art wares elsewhere.
A "Craft Shop" frame, wmt exquisite
exclusive painting, etching or the like
wouldn't come amiss for a Christmas gift
for some one If you were able to buy It
at a LARGE: discount, would ltT
Then, too, there Is a lot of hammered
brass and beaten copper wares here, and
"Carenre Craft" Jewelry, etc., all at a
discount If you'll ahop here AT ONCE,
for there will be no further large an
nouncement of reductions from now until
I the store will have been remodeled.
I Just shop now, ask for the discount
prices after seeing the regular prices.
It's a real opportunity, but the prospec
tive buyer must be discerning enough to
come In and look It up, for there is not
j sufficient time or room for another
j Get a "classy" gift for the loved ones
I this yearone FINE picture Is worth a
,suoro of others and doesn't cost much If
bought here NOW.
A. HOSPE CO.,
1618 Douglas Street.
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 stock in The Bee. The
cost is small, one cent per
word per day, or $1.50 per
line per month.
Want Ad Dept.
THE GHANA BEE
iw TorK cirj
'A Home of Character
at 55th Street
Near Famoua Central Park
Adjoining Carnegls 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 detail that lend to tha
boras atmosphere is rtsponsibls for our
many enthusiastic patrons.
Tha Wellington's delightful lounging
rooms, handsome dining rooms and
English grill room will appeal to rour
huh of the appropriate.
PRE-EMINENTLY THE CHOICE
Or DISCRIMINATING PEOPLE
Rooms, with Bath, f 2.00 upward
Parlor, Bedroom and Bath, $2!
weekly and upward
Send for Uhutrated booklet
J. F. CHAMPLIN
. Seventh Av. at 55th St ,
New York City
When in Detroit
Eoomi aad Bth for $1.60 uy.
Ha tatter room, culaln or rlc c
t hud t double our pricaa.
Lrfil us prut II lo yuu.
L. W. TULLER. Frop.
mtm Ui la a
modern. practicmJ ir&ooL
of ef DcqaU4 M-
nntmtea. ! MWon la
Uacuia I MO Button
kut jni. Holder M Ml
ia beat mumi if
l tiul uitor
I tlMOOLH USINI1
I so a. taw aM. um
R D o a
DBBisn a a n a n n w
TIIE GREATEST PIANO
JOIK OCI FIAHO Citrus IS
to select from. New pianos (193 00
ci-i n plax Fimt cash rr
Ty ENNETT'S Clove, Merchandise and Maga
z'me Certificates simplify the gift prohlem.We
issue them for any amount. Start your holiday
shopping early. Many are doing so. Christmas
stocks are ready. Come mornings if you can.
Columns of "Just for Friday" bargains that spqak eloquently for
themselves. So decidedly attractive are the offerings and so important
the savings that Increased crowds are expected. The merchandise is all
highly desirable, too, and suitable for Christmas giving.
Women's and Misses' Coats -About
200 of them, heavy long
winter coats, in all colors and mix-
tures, good styles, good tailoring
and an exceptionally fine
bargain 16.00 gar
Women's Blanket Hath Robes
Fine dark Jacquard designs, in
navy, gray, brown, green color
ings, border trimmed, large shawl,.
collar and cord girdle,
(3.95 garments, for . . .
Dressing Sacques Several hun
dred choice fleeced sacques and,
short kimono?, nicely 7C
trimmed $2 values I DC
House J)resses of navy or cadet
percale, all one - piece snugly
fitted Styles, well made,
for -. , 4 . i . . .
Holiday Stationery at one-third
regular worth, from big wholesaler
closing his line, pretty box
ed goods, values to $1.30.
JavsnUa Books with colored Il
lustrations such na "Ppter Rabbit."
"NlRht Before Christmas," "Black
Beauty." "Lltlln Red Riding
Hood," "Alice In Wonder
land" and many otherB
Pooket Bibles Leatherette, divin
ity cut, nice clear type, Q
Bannatt's ' T a m o u Woodland
uooaiss, made or -naple sugar, fresh
cream and assorted nut
pieces, regularly 400 lb.
per pound .box . . . ,t
Bennett' ( Batter Onps. assorted
and (L'tK'BBnut centers, satin fln-
i Ish, regular price
toc Kriday 2
us ) f. f
mi Bennett's Chocolate Creams,
? assorted, band dlpp.l. lb ,
M Bennett'a , Mimed Candy Creams,
bon lions and chocolates, on
0 8uc quality, Ut
n BoUed Staffed Sates,
beat 30c quality
B for ;
U English Walnnt Halves,
Q quality, Friday, per
rj BOTSV aVXTB A reat Friday for
M boys' school suits. A sale of heavy
n tniKiuicKi Buna wun iwo pairs run
s cui Kniraer panis. rinuble
M breasted coats, 7 to 14 year
U slies. all $3 suits for
K tip, a
3 SOXOTBT BOBS SHOES Here's a
to great treat, a smart college cut, blu
ja cher. velour calf with wing tip, a
Eg nenvy nounie sole shoe or skating hoot
wnii waierproor soies. ad-
n soiutely latest styles and
regular J.50 Dorothy podd
M snoe tor
LI rAJXOY I1INEN8 ln , Friday nale.
bcarrs JSx64-lnch and 80x3O-tnch
BijunrpB, pretty Hemstitched
and drawn 'effects, regular
39c and 45c pieces for ....
10 Tables Rcinhold Schlegelmilch's Fine China
In a Great Friday Sale
This Is some of the most exquisite foreign china Every piece
hearing the trade mark. "It. 8." in red letters. It is famous for its
fine thin quality and the delicacy of the designs. The following are in
rose and apple blossoms, violet and blackberry decorations, with a high
satin finish. Handsome Oiritman china specially low priced for the
day TEN T1BI.ES TEN ASSOKTMENTS.
OfA Plates, bon bons,
t0, fruits, nappies,
salts and peppers, etc.
CI AA Comb and
7leUU brush trays,
sugars and creams,
syrup and plates of all
$9 PA Tea pots, su
uv V gar & creams,
Jugs, salad bowls, etc.
frames, plates, etc.
r A Jugs, cake
u" d 1 a t e s . tea
cups and saucers, su
gar and creams, plates.
Our Trading Stamp Distribution 60 S.Sf H.
Green Trading Stamps Free to Patrons We
want 5.000 new collectors to get a new book
now with 30 stamps in it. A 25c purchase en
titles you to 30 more. Get S. f H. Green
Stamps with ALL your Christmas purchases.
J " afca,
Tha Trlday and Baturday laduoamonts
rrldo of Bennett's Flour
C'ornmeiil, yellow nr
white, 24-lb. sack, 40o
Capitol Paklntf Pow
der, ' 6-lb. ran, 91, and
Kerinett'f Host Coffee.
3 lbs., $1, and 100 nt'ps.
Bennett'a Hest Coffee,
1 lb., 3So, nnd 80 st'pa.
Dennett's Tea, anaort
e round, 680, and 75
it. lii-tt'a Teal, amiort
ed. pound, 480, and 60
Tea HtftlnK. lb. pkg.,
ISo, nnd SO atampa. .
14amiind 8 Chill tiaure
bottle, ICo, and 10
C'la uu-d Currants, lb.,
lOo, and 6 atampa.
Capitol Pure Pepper,
V -pound ran, 10c, uml
Seedlesa Ralatns, 12c
Bnider'a Pork and
Beans, can, ISc, and 10
Mignonette Peas, 3
rana, 8S0, and 10 st'ps.
York Violet Toilet
Soap, 3 for 8S0, and 10
Swansdnwn Codfish. 3
pkKH., 8S0, and 10 st'p.
Cupltol Mincemeat, 3
pkfca., lISo, and 10 l'p".
Hlue P.orax tStarrli, 100
and be Waxer KltKK.
Yankee Koae Toilet
Soap. 3 for 36o, and iO
Capitol Oata, Wheat or
..EE . JB a B.M MM MM
Bee Want lis Boost Your Business
EVENT OF THE SEASON-
well known makea-!-70 distinct atyles
In rala array tip on th
rioor. BKIJHQ THE
Women's Tailored Suit Tomor
row we will make a quick rid
dance of all the one, two and three
of a kind lots in suits that were
$20 and $25. All the pick
of the best styles and
colors too, Friday
Long Itlack Coats for women,
smart broadcloth models in the
year's newest modes, plain tail
ored, straight line and
pleated garments, worth
to $20, Friday
Remnants Wah Goods Such as
flannelettes, madras, ginghams,
percales, etc., great lots of them
10c, 15c, 20c goods, 9 1-,r
per yard 4j2v"3C
Kimono Silks 32-inch goods, a
fine collection of exquisite new de
signs and colorings, always
retail at 76c, Friday
Tailored Waists A clean up day
for mussed and handled lots, some
lingerie waists Included, new up-to-date
$1.25 to $1.75 rjpn
values, at f tC
Friday, Doll Day
One day bargains that show
the wisdom of early buying.
.Half prices on some, quarter
and third prices on others.
or. Worth up to 50c Midget
wC kid body dolls. Large,
kid dolls, bisque heads, celluloid
head kid dolls, dressed dolls,
wool dolls, photo face dolls.
rft. Worth up to $1.00 Kid
3"l body dolls, boy dolls, cel
luloid face rag dolls, Esquimo
dolls, toboggan boys, photo face
tf Worth up to $2 Extra
vie large kid dolls, French
jointed dolls, lifelike dolls, in
fant dolls, dressed dolls of all
BA.XX OUTTNO FBANinCI.8 26
styles, heavy 12Hc quality, choice
new goods, no rein iants.
Cut from the piece
WOMEN'S OX.OVXS $1.60 and
12 mended gloves of best Im- f
ported kids, last lots from last iM
week's sale UOj
Kassan CaDe and Real Kid ninv
with sort gusset cuff, kid
lined, $5 goods for
HAlt D O EOHUr B Two lots for
Friday Linen hemstitched 41 A.
and embroidered, 26c kinds, 1?C
Appensella and Madeira em
broidered 36c handkerchiefs
7Zi Cups and sau
131 cers, spoon trays,
plates, frames, etc.
cracker Jars, photo
1 Ber,y sets,
tpvetlv pitchers, lues.
berry sets, etc.
. . . . . ..p, --v--T--) r-J-j-j-u-iru-(j-fj
intaraat all boaaawlvaa. Xaad tbo llati
..ES and 60 Oreen Stamps
25c, and 10
Cream Cheese, best
quality, lb., a 00, and 10
Virginia Kwlns Cheese.
36c, and 10 stam;ts.
fcweet Pickled Peaches,
qt. jar. S6o, und 20 l p.
Seeded Jtalxlns, pound
pk , 13V0, and 10 st'ps.
Peaches. "Hest W e
llae" brand, JOc qual
Can.htd Peel, assorted,
lb . 85c, and 10 stamps.
lb. 18,0, and 10 st'ps.
pouhle stamps on
Tanllla Bars, fresh
ih I a
Ho, & 10 at'pa.
and 20 stamps I
and very dellolou
-M ' M M-
1 eb ia
Watch Friday Evening Papers for the
GREATEST PIANO BARGAINS EVER KNOWN
Schubert Piano Co. Stock Goes on Sale
THE RELIABLE STORE
Closing Out All Ores? Goods in Doniastic Room
To Make Room for the Immense Display of Toys & Holiday Goods
5,000 YARDS OF ALL KINDS OF li FM NAN TS Prints, Ging
hams, Outing Flannels, Flannelettes, India Linons, all kinds of
Cotton Dress Goods, etc., worth to 50c ynrd In (5 lig lots
2icf 3ic, 5c, 7ic, 10cf 12ic
Irish, Scotch and German Linens f Remnants of Sheetings, Muslins,
75c to $1.50 yard values, 2 to Towelings, and other 6taplo
3-yard remnants, at goods to bo closed at Very Low
39c 49c 59c
FOUR MATCHLESS SILK BARGAINS FRIDAY
Thousands of yards of plain and fancy Silks, values to $1.00 yard al
most every Imaginable weave and coloring, on sale at, yard . . .35
$I.OO Mark Taffeta. $1.15 Mack Taffeta, $1.25 l'eau de Soie,
30 Inches wide, at, 36 inches wide, at, , black, 3G inches wide
yard G9 ard 85 I at 89
Blanket Sale Friday
50 nil wool Sample Blankets, nil
11-4, soine slightly soiled, sold
at $5, $5.50, $6, $G50 nnd $6.1)5,
the entire lot will go at one
68 pairs all wool Blankets, trav
eling men's samples, all 11-4,
some slightly soiled, some bad
ly soiled, but all perfect in
weave and finish and sold for
$7.50, $10, $12.50 and 3 pairs
$18, all at one price . . .$4.48
Cotton Blankets, each, 25c; pair,
49c, 59c, 75c, $1, $1.25, $1.50
Factory Comforts, each, 59c, 75c,
85c, $1, $1.25, $1.50 up to $12.50
Home-made Comfortables, each,
$1.95, $2.25, $2.50, $3.50, $4, $5
Furnishing Goods in
Men's Sample Underwear All wool
and fleeced, that sold to $1.50 gar
ment, at 39c, 49c, 75c 98
Men's Socks in plain and mixed colors,
regular 12 c values, at, pair .
fTillilron. rinlArwpnr. worth to fiflp !
garment, plain, fleeced and Jersey
ribbed, on sale Friday 19-25
Men's 15c Handkerchief a Colors and
white, Friday 6
IN DOMESTIC ROOM
Fancy and staple Notions at one
half to one-fifth worth.
Cotton Tapes, all sizes, at roll. . . lc
200-yd. Machine Thread lMc
Gold Eye Needles, package lc
Aluminum Thimbles, each lc
15c Horn Combs, each Be
25c Fancy Kuchings, yard 10c
Darning Cotton, any color lc
5c Pearl Buttons, dozen 2&c
3c Pearl Buttons, dozen lc
Best Pins, 2 packages 5c
75c Hose Supporters 10c
25c Needle Books 5c
Lead Pencils, each lc
Fancy Tablets, each 3 He
Envelopes, per pacicage 2Hc
READ THE DECEMBER
It Pays to Trade at Hay den's,
50 on Your
4S-lb. sacks best high patent Flour, made
from the finest No. 1 wheat $1.40
24-lb. sncks best hli?h patent Flour... 76c
8 lbs. best Rolled Breakfast Oatmeal 25c
6 lbs. best Pearl Tapioca, tSago or Bar
8 lbs. best Pearl Hominy 2c
t lbs. choice Japan Rice 2oc
Oallon cans New Orleans Molasses ,..66c
Tall cans Alaska ISalmon lUc
Oil or Mustard Sardines, per can .....4c
J-lb cans solid packed Tomatoi i. . . .SV.
A whole box Square Oyster Crackers, 11.15
2-lb. cans Wax, String. Green or Lima
Choice California Prunes, per lb ...... 4C
Choice California Prunes, per lb ....RMie
Kancy Cleaned currants, per iu
r.-., .. i.rrnmn MiiirBif Raisins, lb ..B'lC
VanyLemon, Orange r citron Peel, per
TRY UAYDEtTS FIRST
Line From Chicago
Sleeping Car to
Lvs. Chicago 9:50 p. m.
Via Cincinnati and L & N.
10:00 P. M.
1:25 A. M.
4:25 A. M.
8:45 A. M.
Dinlne Car Service
Return servfee through from Jacksonville
to Chicago dally over sams route.
Tor lartioulars Address,
W. H. ROWLAND,
Trav. Pass. Agent. Omaha.
Weak and nervous men
who tlnd their pjwer to
work and youthfu. vigor
gone aa a result of over
work or mental tsemun suuuiu ine
URAT'B NEKVi. VOuU P1LLW. 1 hey .l
make you eat aud Bleep and be a oiao
""'"ll Boa; I bosea II 10 by mall.
iniiui iiooowvisi.1, Dica oo.
Cur. loth sad Bodge sttreets.
OWL D1UO rOMfllt,
Cox. iota aa4 Haraoy Omaaa, sTsa.
High Grade Wash Goods
10,000 yards of high grade fine
Wash Goods in high grade dept.;
good long remnants goods sold
up to 50c yard all at about y
High Grade Wool Dress Goods
35,000 yards of fine high
grade wool remnants, long
lengths, worth up to $4 yard, on
sale at about half price.
Remnants o f wool Dress
Goods in the domestic room
Serges, Henriettas, Broadcloths,
Suitings, etc., that sold up to
$2.50 yard, will go on sale in six
25c 39c 49c 59c 75c 98c
ths Donustic Room
Men's Dress Shirts White and col
ored samples, Bllghtly soiled, $1
values, at 39
Hoys' Sweaters, in all colors and sizes,
great values, 98c, 75c and .... . 49
Men's Wool Sweaters, all colors, coat
styles, big bargains, 98c, 75c, 59
Men's Union Suits, $1.50 quality,
Ladies' and Children's
IN TIIE DOMESTIC ROOM
A splendid line of Children's
Furs will be' placed on sale at de
lightful bargain prices.
Ladies' $5 Jerseys at $1.9H
75c Dressing Sacques, at ..... . BOc
$1.25 Satin Underskirt OOc
Children's fll.50 Dresses 08c
$2.08 Bearskin Coals.. $1.05
$5, $0, $7.50 Dress Skirts on sale
Friday at $2.08, $3.08 and $5.00
Misses' Cloth Coats, size 6 to 10
years $1.08 to $7.50
Ladies' Wash Waists, $1.25 valutTV
GROCERY OPENING SALE
Where You Can Save From 25 to
FBE8H VEOETABLrS TKOVt the SOUTH
rrean STory Day
Fresh Beets, Carrots, Turnips , . . .
Shallots, per bunch ,
LarKe bunches frexh Radishes ....
New Cabbage, per pound
Kancy Wax or Green Boans, per lb.
One pound Is equal to two quarts
2 heads Fresh Leaf Lettuce
Large. Cucumbers, each
Large Egg Plants, each
2 heads Kreel) Celery
Fancy Ripe Tomatoes, per pound ..
Fancy Cauliflower, per pound
Good Cooking Apples, per peck . ...
Large Pineapples, eacn
Large Grape Fruit, each. 6c, 7 Ho and 1O0
Anything- yon want, wo have It In rreitt
A Home in the Hills
The Beautiful Hills
of Southern Missouri
For Fruit Growing, Sheep
Raising, Poultry and
Tha Lands are Very Cheap and
can be bought on easy term.
Good climate, good
water, good health.
Snd for books. "Money In Sheep,"
"Krult and poultry in the While
Hlver country" or "The H'wue
bullder In Arkansas." No Charge.
Then Oo Aad Boa The Country
Hound Trip Homoseekers' Rates,
1st and Id Tuesdays. -aih month.
THOS. F. GODFREY,
Vaas. k Ticket Agent, .
144 J rA&KAht ih.ET.
; I f
..100 . X 1
, ..50 1 i
...50 I I
...sc I ;
. .100 I
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