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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 25, 1910)
THE r.KH: OMAHA. TtT.ST.V. OCTOP.KR ?'. 1010.
ID iv M A
. All This Week
Ob Our Tilrd Floor
nnd in Our
the lUllspliHer and
two of America's
ralntiiiK. on Free
Exhibition Here All
m tis tx
TIM I S
THX RSUABLS JvTORt
ave flo I)llf'reiit llepiirtiiiciits.
Comnlete In Itself.
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Greatest Sale of Drapery Yard Goods
EVER HELD BY ANY STORE IN AMERICA
hi this sale we include sill the drapery yard goods from our immense purchase from
a Philadelphia mill. The bargains will be most extraordinary. Thousands will attend
this sale, but we will devote nearly our entire basrmeut to it. Plenty of dorks to wait
upon you. These high grade goods will be sold for less than it will eost the mill to make
Such Grand Bargains as These Were Never ( fferjd Before. Thousands
r.av Marveled at the Window Display j
ALL THE NOVELTY NET and FILET NET
up to 64-inches wide white, cream and ecru worth up to $1 a yd, at
All the Colored
Worth up to
75o yard, a
I'V to 2" Indies wi3e,
worth ui to "iic a
at, a yard . .
All the Tlaln and
Worth up to 35c yard.
.Some slightly Imper
fect 10 inches wide.
worth up to
at, yard. . . .
Don't Put Off Buying Your
New Fall and Winter Suit
Buy when the assortment is largest,
that you may have your pick of the
styles and fabric, and then you'll have
the full season's wear from the
Beautiful All Wool
We have a most beautiful assort
ment of these very popular Scotch
mixture. They com'? In black and
white, also green and white, with just
a touch of red to add class and dis
tinction to the garment. These suits
are found in the 30-inrh Jacket, setnt
fltting model: satin lined and black'
and green velvet colors. The skirls
aro pleated and have the side flounce.
These suits are Just the proper weight
for fall and winter wear. And are t he
same- narn.ftits that you'll find other
stores sell for as high as $30. Do
' : .4 l:V
4 0 Inch Plain
yd., at, yd.
All the UG-lnch
Full bolts, wortii
at, yard .
All the heavy
for drapery of ki
monos, worth 20c
yard, at, rp
All the LACK
for trimming cur
tains, up to 3 1ns.
as it lasts.
'2 J) pieces
.Scrim, printed on
both sides, worth
All 1 he Kin"
uver niirl border
put terns, worth
u n to
t p J f . J" n
M All the Portieres from the purchase in two big lots
$j All the Fine Portieres, with tapestry borders i All the 50-inch Samples of Bordered Por-
and fringes. These are mostly single, but
are worth easily up to $7."j() a pair $4 59
as long as thev last at, each J.
tieres and Couch Covers They are worth
up to $2.00 each; your choice, in one jf Q
lot at, each TiJL
Tuesday's Bargains Will De Bigger Than Ever
GREAT LACE CURTAIN L SALE
Monday's crowds were enormous, but the stocks were so great that our varieties of
Tuesday's special bargains will be
the best lots of Lace Curtains are as great as ever.
tj marvelous. New goods brought forward. . .
$ LACE CURIAM S-Wo th QO Qa QQ
up to $6 pair, at, piir. . . QldOm&4yO
t'A Fine Kottinghams, Filet Nets, Irish
Point, Cluny, Scrim and Cable Net.
All the Full Size
Worth up to 1. DO pBlr-7-some
Bltghtly Imperfect rf 9C
at, each.; ..... . . . .fciwv
ALL THE LACE CURTAINS
Mftds to aell up toS2 pair
Hundredn of patterns In white,
ecru and Arab color worth up Aftn
to $2.00 a pair IsL
LACE CURTAINS -Worti
up to $1 50 pair, at, pair
Hundreds of pairs of Duchess, Brussels, Point
Milan, Real Arabian, Egyptian and Marie Antonettc
Worth up to $1.50 Pr.
Tuesday's Linen Bargains
1214c extra heavy Huck Towels.
Rood u utility, with ml bonier;
'i'urilrt.v only ...7liiO
'he Unit Spreads, hemmed, full
hIzp; Tuenilay price 690
li'in PI ov (.'aoes. gnoil (pin Illy, 4u'x
36. ei.-li lOHo
0o .Sheets, strong ilurl)le ipi.ii-
Hy, 7i;x!ll, earh 390
12 He Crash Toweling-, reaular
)1hi isley make, red hordor; Tues-
jnv only 9V
II otic and various other Kra.lo. of
10c Muslin (limited to 12 yHi-ils
to a customer), vard 7liO
Jl.S') fotton ItlanketK, al' colors,
full bi-d aire, Rood weighty ones;
The Famous "Seco" Silks at 25c
These silks are the extra silky and lustrous kind In 27-lnch widths
making charming evening or party dresses. We catry 60 dlf- gm
ferent shades, making a wonder assortment to choose from,
and we sell these silks Tuesday and Wednesday for only, yd. ..
Repeating Our Great Picture Success
High Art Pictures at Incredible Low Prices
Hundreds of fine, Single
tains In this lot at,
The phenomenal demand for these pictures during our September
sale tempted us to buy another lot, which goes on gale Tuesday for
all this week.
Genuine Carbon Photographs at less than half wholesale coat. Theae
are unframed pictures, the selected studies from such famous art
ists an Rembrandt, Rosa Bonheur, Millet, Raphael. Rubens, Murlllo,
Gatnsbbro'ugh and others. Reproductions of the world's classics and
genuine American carbon. These are works of art In which al) eou
tiolseurs teVcl. J'lcfures In the lot appropriate for office, school and
public buildings. Sizes (ix8 Inches. Many kinds and all amazingly-
low prlcea ' lOtf to $3.00 B
RAILROAD SYSTEM CHASCEi
Jnion Pacific Puts In Hinej System
GREATLY SIMPLIFIES THE WORK
yrrr Method Appllea to Wldf Terri
tory la Arkruka and Woiuln
ud Will Br F.itrniletl to
tha t'tah lli laluu.
there are no locks on the door of their
home and the little elrl had to stay there
to aee that the household property waa not
carried off. This excuae, carrying little
ve icht m.ith the Judge, he expressed her
(cur pf kidnaping. Judge Sutton assured
her that the probation officers will see
(hat the little one la not stolen. Maggie's
mother will send her to a Roman Cat hollo
Self in a Barn
Another atep In the changing of the ex
ecutive system In the t'nioii I'aulfic road
mu taken lately when the llinea system ot
. . . iioad government wan pluced on the
. cmlng division of the road. The terrl
i . y covered by the lust order extends
i. lurrn North Platte anil Rawlins. In-
Umatluhs; are given that as soon as po- I
slhle the' system will be extended to the
t'tuh division between Kawllna and Ogden,
The Hint's system simplifies the office
work of the superintendents, the trouble
In keeping the many files Innuad of one
general file being one of the principal sav
ings of time. .J I also places all the com
munications of the office business under
oimi head, and provluVa that the different
ktnda of uprtnteiideiit and head: of de
partments are all placed down as assistant
auperlnlendenlM, and, In the absence of the
general superintendent, tha work goes
through the tianda ot the senior assistant
tupertnteiidejit Instead of the chief clerk's.
Method af Work.
All division' officials are made assistant
uperlntendenta, tha list Including Assistant
(superintendent It. J. Itoth. Master Me
chanto William Kiland, I U 1st on Engineer
.V. J. Wharf, Trainmasters M. F. Wbiti ot
North I'l.iti,' U. K. .smith of Cheyenne and
t'red C. Ietn ot Laramie. Traveling En
gineer B. 4' u'Neill and Assistant Engineer
Ulls -Thaer. The now order des not
sffect tha train diKpatchers on the division.
Tha headquarters of the I'tah dtvlhton of
the rnloa r'acifle have been transferred
from Ogden. Utah, to Oicrn Klver, Vo..
the list of officers transferred Including
the superintendent, the assistant superin
tendent and the supervisor of bridges and
buildings from Ogden and tha office of the
master mechanlo from' Kvanston. YVyo.
The Vnlon I'aclflc ends and the Oregon
Short Liua begins at Green River, both
ruada being part of the Ilarrtman system.
Body of John Shimm is Found in a
Barn Near Town of Belle
Coroner Peters of Springfield is In charge
of the body of John SMmm, who committed
suicide by hanging himself In a barn about
a mile south of Bellevue Sunday. The
body wae found dangling from the rafters
in the barn of Richard Vale, by a couple
of boya named Phclffpr. 8himm had been
living on an Island In Paplo creek, farm
ing and fishing for a living.
Your fatigue of feet, an
kles, limbs and back is sim
ply due to the weakening of
the muscles that support the
inner side of the foot and,
of deadly microbes occurs when throat tnd
lung diseases are treated with Dr. King's
New IMscovery. 60c and 11.00. For sale by
Beaton Drug Co.
TOO BIG A CROWD TO DANCE
reaaa Hem's ProajrasalTC Clah Hays
Opealac Affair, hot Does Ltt
With a dance at which over a hundred
couplea attended, and in which dancing
was next to Impossible owing to the crowd,
the Young Men's Progressive club formally
opened Its season Sunday. The dance was
held at Metropolitan hall, Twenty-third
and Harney streets. The hall ' was decor
ated with ferns and flags.
Following are thotte who composed the
committee on arrangements and reception:
I. N. Wuntroh. M. Kaplan, M. Kulakofskl.
M. Rosen, II. Hlrch, M. Abrams, H. Milder,
B. Israel and J. Albert, secretary.
KEEPS CHILD FROM SCHOOL
AS HOUSE HAS NO LOCKS
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ttcaw biTta ar Mrs, Msitsaw
'Ischera tat Keep.ag Little
Girl at Home.
Afraid to leave her houa- alone lest It be
rubbed and afraid to send ber little girl
to school lest she be klndnaped, Vra.
Matthew Tscherne tn juvenile court Mon
day told Judge A. K H niton that she
would keep the child out of school until
tha state aJiulnlst ration becomes demo
cratic. VS hen the Jude told Mrs. Tsrheme
that unlet she agrwd to keep the little
girl la school ha would have her placed a
the Iiutent on school tK woman pronilaad
to change her attitude.
"l.n Prvbatloo Olfu-.r M,y BernateJn
told Jailte button tbat Mrs Tsctierna and
hfr hun'od were keeping the child at
home, Lue woouia ruads the excuse that
orYOUn MONEY DAC1C
n" D. R. SCK1FFM ANN'S p-
Is Cold by All Drusslsts
on a Positlvo Guarantoo
to give Instant relief In every case) ot
Asthma, to matter bow violent tha at
tacks or obstinate tha case, or YOUR
MONEY WILL &Z RCrUNDEO by the
Druggist ot whom you bought the pack
age, without any question. ( (y
ft. SekiBmaAa Ca., Prfiitrs, St Paul, Kin.
will prevent that fatigue
and quickly relieve and per
manently correct whatever
foot trouble you may have,
by relieving the strain on
the weakened muscles and
assisting them to do their
The scientific Heel Hane la built
to extend beyond the point ot
greatuat piTMMtire of the 'weight of
the body on the arch of the foot.
But this la juat one feature.
Come In and let na ahow you
how this scientific construction
provide the only positive means
for avoiding or permanently re
lieving foot trouble. We have
your exact size.
Anatomtk Shoes sre the most Im
itated shoes in the world. The Ana
tonilk booklet tells why only the real
Anatomtk can satisfy your feet.
Drcxel Shoe Co.
1419 Tarnam St.
Special Agents Anatomik hoea
Min and Women
Let Fitch's D.'R. Sham
poo remove the cause
Nature will then do her
1 1 ad i ui r i.i.t t c
Made By Thel A QjjTProces5
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TOROTHY DODD" designs ex
press chacter and refinement.
They deliver1 to the consumer more real
value than is possible to procure else
where at the price.
$4.00, $4.50 and $5.00
The Bennett Co.
fl A Breakfast Knife & Fork
j- - X Sterling Silv
I 'if.fM V6 wouM
1 I you to see I
Sterling Silver Handles, for 4,00, $5.00, $5.60 and
aid make an up-to-date wedding gift. We
line of Sterling Silver that would pay
j i i " IIUJ UUl.
h'' gelect your Christmas gifts now?
Spend a few minutes in our store.
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Umbrella Sale Extraordinary
Entire Retail Stock of Ed. F. Pickerin
105 South 16th Street, Omaha.
SECURED AT 50c ON THE DOLLAR
The Pickering ktock is probiihly one ol the -best
known exclusive umbrella stocks west of Chicno, ami its
s;ile at half ine:ins a most uuusual bargain opportuuily
for our customers.
Your Choice of the Entire Stock of Men's and Ladies'
High Grade Umbrellas now at JUST HALF PRICE.
$3.0U Silk Umbrella S1.50
$4.00 Silk Umbrella $2.00
$:.00 Silk Umbrella 2.50
$7.50 Silk Umbrella ,Svi.7r
$10 Silk Umbrella ."i.OO
$1'J Silk Umbrella SG.OO
$15.00 Silk Umbrella at S7.50
Rousing Bargains in Our Cloak Dept.
HandHome Ijong Caracul CViata $25.00 One-rirc'st Drestjem. Silks,
Regular $20 value, with large Panamas, serges, beautifully
shawl collar, in all sizes, Tues- trimmed, all sires, ralttoa to
"a."1 $12.75 1 126. choice $12.50
NOllHV TAIIiOIl Sl'ITH Serges, noveltiea, fancies, satin lined
throughout, all colors and styles great bargains, at, sale
All Wool Sweaters'-
Several very special
.bargains In Baby
Long challle klmonas
$2.00 values, on
sale, Tuesday 98
95.00 Klanket Robes,
heavy, pretty pat
terns, at. . $2.95
Percale Wrappers and
house dresses, $1.50
Marabou Scarfs, val
ues to $10, on sale
at ....... $2.95
$60 Universal Sfccl Rango. $29.95
aw oieei itanges, tnrougn n mis
take in shipment, were received
too late, and refused by us. The
manufacturers, rather than to
rosliip the goods, allowed us a
big discount, which permits us
to offer them while they last, at
About Half Actual Worth
The Universal is a large, six-hole
range, with high warming closet
white porcelain lined, has pat
ent oven doors, duplex grate,
bui'us hard or soft eoal or wood.
Has 18-inch square oven and is full nickel trimmed the
best brand Steel Range, at $25.00
18 and 20-lnch Ovens, a graud value at $40 handsomely finished
a great bargain opportunity, at $40.00
Other Ranges, $18.50 and $20.00. Cooks, $10, $12.50, $15
SPECIAL SALE SILK POPLINS
The mot iKunilar fabric for fall wear. 75 new shades
for your selection here.
$2.00 quality, 42-lM. vi..0 quality. 36-lnt. fl.00 quality, 24-lns.
wld $1.48 wlUo 98 'ido 68
Every yard guaranteed.
..... Special ot tiew
Yo Kieifer Pears
This ts the finest car that haa
bpcn shipped Into Omaha this sea
son. And for canning you cannot
get anything cheaper to put up.
It la only the price of potatoes.
Tuesday, bu. basket. . 55
10 lbs. best Granulated Hugar
EXTRA SPECIAL ON FLOUR
4 8-lb. sack Diamond "K" High
Patent Flour, every aack guar
anteed, per sack ... $1.25
Green Tomatoes for pickling
per market basket .. 12tt?
In Our Domestic Rocfn
All Dry Ooods art advanolnf
trery day. We had bought be
lilo Outing, wa are selling aHo
12Hc Klannlette V0
lie Percales ..... Itie
B9o Sheets 890
10c Bleached Muslin ..... f Ho
10c Unbleached Muslin . ... TViO
A large variety of cotton roorts,
Apron Glnrhama, worth 7 He Bo
Wool Blankets, worth 14.50, $5.00
Wool Blankets, worth 17.50, 4.75
Wool Blankets, worth M 6U, 3 S
Wool Knp, worth I2.f.0 .. fl.aa
i;.iltcn iUunkets, worth fi-Q). fl.&O
Special Osmonitrttlon end Sata Armour' Una Toilet Soaps
Special introductory prices in ellect all tnis
Do not miss it. Sales in Basement.
TRY ..DAYDEEPS .FlflST
Look for the name.
S. W. LINDSAY, Jeweler
1016 Douglas Street
tolastaLlFhVTlME. KiTHXAanwATioii raaa.
!f WKITt ro BOOK ON FILES AND RECTAL DISEASES WITH TESTIMONIALS
FtSTULA-Pay When CURED
au neciaa u leases corea without a surgical
operation. No Chloroform, Ether or other gen
eral aoeasthetic used. CURE GUARANTEED
DR. K. R. TARRY,
a Bulldlnc, Omaha. Nebraska
Tail's Dental Rooms
Oar Magazine Fcatnres
Wit. humor. Notion and comio
pictures; the beat of entertain
ment. Instruction and amusement
Here is the Want Ad Record for the last two Sunday?,
compared with the corresponding Sundays a year ago:
Omaha Bee gains 137 inches.
World-Herald, loses 136 inches.
The Bee has made a record for .bringing quick, results
and reliable results to advertisers. It y.v? to iw it want
Here is what they say: , '
'Mor good business received through !;- WijU AiJh than from any
other Ub vapt-ra." U O. Fundingsland. the h d ot i big firm In
Nehrabka. " ,''
"Take the ad out that I put In last night. Sold be Stove." iu-sideut
on Itugglea fctreet. , .
"Btop the ad I run yesterday. Kented tha cottage thla morning,"
says a lady on 16th and Sjen:er streets.
"I advertised the flat in Sunday morning's Ilea and rented It be
fore noon," says a lady on Soutb 27th street.
and so forth.
9 If you are in a hurry call Tyler 1000.
! IVrHistent Advertising is the Hond to lig Itctunm--
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