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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 3, 1910)
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An Extraordinary Sale
OF STUNNING STYLES IN WOMEN'S
of Genuine Silk Beaver or Hatters' Plush
A great purchase of 5(H) of the
finpst untrlmnied shapes ever
shown in our millinery depart
ment. Every style that is new.
Including newest Rallor effects,
In all colors. Macks, reds, nav
ies, greens, taupes, browns, etc.,
i ' "V.w",, k. .ofy'a'
If' , , -i- - ,w
In Our liniment llniunin Clonk l-pt.
Silk Waists $11
WORTH $4 and $5, at
You can cIhi.'mc from Mini stunning
now ttit'l't'tii. niessaiine. siitin and
pin in silk waists at about one-half
price Thursday. All new colors, all
new styles, all sizes. Very pret
tily made and every one a hi
special harcrnin, in our T 1 9
bargain cloak section,
in basement, at
WOMEN'S LONG COATS AT $5
In black and all desirable colors,
good, up-to-date, warm, service
Specials in Women's Apparel
second rtoo raw store.
A great lot of very fine plaid back novelty mixture coats, in black and
colored broadcloth, caracul, etc. Scores of clever styles
that are new. and very popular this season second ,
floor, at, each
Worn ens New Sweater Coats, at, $2.50, $2.98, $3.98 and $5
Whites, reds, and all the most desirable colors. New and clever fall
and winter models. Tho best makes.
New LONG CLOTH CAPES
SPECIAL AT $19
For evening and semi-dress wear.
Pretty colorings and trimmings.
Pretty MIXTURE SKIRTS
SPECIAL AT $5
New arrivals made In the new grey
mixture cloths. They are all
very nice-ly tailored.
Fall and Winter Weight For Women, Misses and Children
Women's, misses' and children's vesta, pants and union suits,
in fine ribbed cotton, fleecy lined, part wool arid all wool.
Perfect fitting and most serviceable garments made on
af , 49c, 98c, $1.50, $1.98 and $2,98
Women's High Grade Kid Clove
Women's one and two-clasp French lambskin and Mocha
gloves black, gray, tan, blue, green and white. d r
Fitted if desired Main glove counter; at, pair. .
Women's one-clasp English walking gloves new tans all
sizes worth $1.25 a pair on bargain square, Q
at, pair Owl
Thursday Is Chocolate Day
In Candy Department Pompeian Room
Those delicious Hitter Sweets with those soft, creamy cen
ters and pure fruit and chopped nut flavors . 0T
regularly 40e' lb. Thursday only, lb.. UOh
This year, more than ever,
is misses' footwear like that
of tbe mothers all tbe dain
tiness in last, style, leather
and color. We have made a
special effort to have
And at the same time pro
vide comfort-no nails to
hurt the foot, a correct fit in
length and width, which
ueans so much to the grow
ing foot. Welt solesx button
Women's sizes, liy2 to 6 $3
Misses' sizes. 11 to 6,
Children's sizes, SV2 to 11 $2
A quality so high and a
price so low that you can't
afford to make your pur
chases elsewhere, but at
Drcxel Shoe Co.
1419 Farnam St.
.a uannanaaB a a n Run ana a rt cj.
n TH 77Y TTP ffTi n ?
W positively matt food every article sold
that does not come up to Its requirement..
That's oar way of treating' our customers.
u wen tailored Ladies
Suits and Overcoats,
We are showing a most remarkable assortment
these garments, in plain colors and mixtures.
KNOW HOV a pair
are going to wear you,
but you must GUESS
what will happen to
your OTHER makes.
205 South 15th Street.
Here's an attractive suit, in two tone Scotch mixtures, semi
fitting, ."ill inch jacket, satin lined and velvet collar. These
suits are extra well made, of fine quality fabrics. Other
stores the town over are selling them as high as $l2!).5().
Our juice, as usual, lower than others. "fft CA
for only $ 17. OU
BLACK COATS IN FULL LENGTHS Made of nil wool
broadcloth, lined throughout with satin, cut with semi
fitting back, has long roll shawl collar with inlaid velvet
and trimmed with black braid. Xo better coa1 A CA B
made. We are selling them for only vAV.OU 2
BEAUTIFUL LYNX SET AT $10.00 (Vine in black and
brown, with large muff and scarf, trimmed with CIA
tails wonderful values for only $IU
Decs YojrEoy Need
a Winter Suit,
Ceat or Cap?
Come In and
see these val
$3 and $3.50
Suits, made of
viots. In fancy
well made of
only at 1.8
pants, full tape
seams, in all
colors of wool
ular values up
to $1, at, only
Boys' eton caps, in all colors
values up to 75c, Thursday,
From the 2d
One-Fiece Motive Dresnes, made
of mercerized percale, In
stripes and figures wonder
ful values for Thursday only,
O Style! Indies' Muslin Gowns,
high or V neck of embroidery,
Insertion and pin tucks, cut
full sizes 59
Vndersklrt, mercerized Persian
mat rials, 10-in. flounce, with
black straplng, regular $1.25
value Thursday only. . 75
Beautiful Ladies' Tailored
Waist Made of linen finished
materials, with three half
inch pleats on each side, laun
dered cuffs and collars
Aarenta for Dr. Beed'e oaehlon
Bole enoes xor men ana women.
POST0FF1CE BREAKS RECORD
October Show Largest Receipt in
History ot the City.
INCREASE OF NINE PER CENT
ImllcatlOBa Now Are that fhe Free
rut Veer Will Aleo He tar Ba
ner Year In foetal
Wheu the etffioe fiml .tatemant (or
liie month of Octuher last yr.r wa com
pleted tt u f mnrl that all record had
lent biokt.-n Itiat (H'toher, !!, was the
banner month 1 i the entire history of tho
onwha potUifft.-e, hot even excepting- ex
uoaitlon er. hi-n tluKj.aJids u( traneientx
were located her fur several month..
it i. theiefore, a matter of . ratification
l, Omaha uoo.ter. to know that October.
1110, excelled iVtober, ISO, by J"ure
which .how a net aln of V per cent.
I'Uuif" of receipt are:
ictiibor l'.'y tMi.tiOl.Ki
ocloler. 1&J9 7.:V47.77
Irx rea. I per ceol t 6.SCJ.7H
Th,o figurea, of cour.e, have reference
u groce rece.pta. It I. already a certtlnty
that the total fmurea for the year, wi Ich
will be available January 1. will .how LHO
to be the Lanner year In local poslofflce
receipt.. Tliat. however, I. to be expected,
owing to the fact that 11MU, now nearlng
the end, has been an exceedingly proa
perou and buoy period in Omaha's his
tory. The general use of hank draft, and ex
press money orders curtails somewhat the
money order department, and the reenter
ing of mall matter la not so common as In
former years, because the constantly In
creasing efficiency of the postal depart
ment hex a tendency to render registry
unni -eaary. 7'herefore, It I. apparent
thai the bulk of the Increased receipts
nay be traced ts stamp sales. In fact, the
.tamp sale, of the Omaha poatoffios are
enormous muoh In excess of many cltlea
uiinoet tw-ce the t-:e of Omaha
fcjhly-al thousand, five hundred and
one dollars and fifty-five oents ooHtal re.
ceipts tn one month what an evolution
ttlnce the late A. D. Jones, Omaha's first
postmaster, carried the mail across the
river from Council Bluffs in his hat. In
that era the 6 cents affixed to the end
of the October, 1310, .receipts would come
more nearly covering the situation.
There sre but few people who hav i
them. Good Teeth every one might have
If '.hey would go to Dr. Braubury. 'ill i
Quickest, easiest and least painful are !
the only methods employed by us anl i
hundreds of our patients, both in ami !
out of the olty. will gladly tall you abuu'.
the good dental work and our up-to-dul- '
ways of dolnjt thing. Crowns and br' It
work from 13.00 per tooth. Hates tri
fit from H 00 to I12.S0. Painless extr.-n
lion of teeth. Nerves of teeth remov.
without hurting you. Work warrantr .
tin veara 1
DR. BRADBURY, THE DENTIST
1503 ram am St. Fhon. D.
17 years asms location. j
M Jaffi denial Rooms
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
Oae Hollar Per Year.
Operated over ,
Ail Ci A u e
NEW LINE REDUCES DISTANCE
Branch of Worth western . Railroad la
Opened Between tlosx City
Saving a distance of twenty-six mllan
between Sioux City and I la warden, u
new line was opened November 1. on the
Chicago & Northwestern railroad. . Thq
line is forty-two mllea in length and will
carry all the through travel into South
Pakota Instead of send.ng It by a slxty-eiKht-mlle
route around by Alton. No
clmnt;es In leaving time of any of tho
4cains leaving; Omaha for the Iakota
division have been announced aa yet.
MANAGERS FOR AUTO SHOW
Omaha tatomobie Association Elects
Officers for the turning;
directors of the Omaha Automobile u-
.K-l.tlor. have elected officers for the com
ing yoar and have also named the men who
will handle the big automobile show which
will be hold at the, Auditorium probably
February 30 to 26. J. J. Derlght was
selected at president. J, T. Stewart, vice
president, and Clarke O. IV well, .ecreiary
and trea.Jrer. The board also selected
Mr. Powell and Wtllard Hosford to manage
LAD LOSES HIS AMBITION
rive.Year.01d Arlhnr Dlnantaa,
Longr Joarae? Alone, Says He
Ilooaa't Want to Be Kilar.
Bonner Arthur Ilngman, I years of age.
and traveling all alone, passed through
Omaha Wednesday morning on his way
from Los Angelas to Kloux City. Ife live.
In Los Angeles, but ts to stsy In the Iowa
city tor the coming winter.
"Oh, I'm tired." he said, as he sank Into
a seat at t'nlon station. "I used to want
to be an engineer, but 1 ooa't do more."
Fred Postal, Pre. M. A. bhan, jgr
$126,000 expended in remodeling, fui Dishing
and decorating. I)) rooms with hot ana
oold water bath nearby, ll.ixj and up per
day. 10u roonia wltu tub and snower baiu
circulating ice water, 12,00 aud up per uay.
Newest and finest csfe In the city, with
the most beautiful electrical fountain la
America. Our faoliltlea for high class ser
vce are unexceptional, and alinllar to the
best hotels lu New Tors. You can pay
double our ratea for your accommodations,
hut you cannot get anything belter.
THE ROYAL MAIL 't-S?-
Cruises ds Lux to
Cuss VVrsI ladies Fsnsmt Bemud
IETINTT YUAHS)' Kxperience in
the West Indies pasana-er Trade.
R.M.S.P. JcTittw "AVON" llTo0J3
Jan, SI (97 days) 1140 and np.
T.b. 18 (33 4fl) 1S0 and up.
March as (It days) SbS and np.
Ibt onir Htinr Cruiain. lu tbe Wl In
dia iictalljr eon.lrurtMl tor vrvlc. In lh.
Weekly failings from New Pier II,
On Alternst. Saiunlar. i W'mi Indian Man
HtMniara and Intervening iaturitava by th.
MOW FAMOUS llTupW ' S , S a 6
m. IC a. F. 1 Tons-
Bandereoa k Skin. 81-84 State St. V. T.
14J Ta nails St. Clilcago.
l.eses lew York
J 4.1. an. Ill.
Tk eSeieaey ef 2 y.r- eirarle.r
Alau lruaa to Ike Waal lue.aa.
gouts anarlt'S. A Araang tb W01M.
n l Dl r'-- -. -m . ..... w
&m 4I--4A MroadKay, N. Y.
Or Local Agents,
The "Triple Trick"
A BOON for the Housewife
A FIND For Her Daughter
A WOMAN'S INVENTION for women's
comffirt convenience, food and iuel
economy. A whole kitchen outfit in
itself insures a greater measure of leisure
for the housewife and better and more health
ful foods for the family.
And now for "tbe Maiden fair to see,"
For something novel in "Afternoon tea,"
For a theater supier "just for two,"
Here's just a hint of what sh can do
In the Versatile "TRIPLE TRICK"
Welsch Rarebit Cheese Dreams
Veal Birds Fig Favors
Club Sandwiches Nut Teas
Broiled Oysters Toasted Muffins
Corn Roast Marshmallow Roast
A booklet telling how to prepare these and other good
thiags is giyca FREE with each 'TRIPLE TRICK'
The "Triple-Trick" Roaster
The Bee's Newest Premium
HOW TO GET ONE-
' Subscribe for The Evening and Sunday Bee, and pay
15c a week for six months. This pays for both the paper
and the roaster.
THE ANNETTE KILLERMANN SWEATER COAT
Has snap and style to it that you'll admire. See them
in our Furnishing Department.
: - x
See th ew
Thr'r II err.
THE RKUADUE STORE
I Town Jrwrl
Always I -caul.
crawn9d Millinery Bargains
A Clearing of Over 400 Pretty
Trimmed Hats From Our Im
mense Millinery Purchase, in
Values to $1'2
over 100 for)
si'loction $5.00 I
Values to $S.f0
over .500 for se
lection . .$3.95
A splendid opportunity to get
your Winter Hat for Less Than
Half Actual Retail Worth.
$1.25 HAND BAGS 49c
A new line of 11-in. lined
Hand Bags, made to sell
at $1.25, choice, at 49c
$2.00 HAND BAGS 98c
Full size, all leather and
leather lined laj?s, $2.00
values, at 98t
$25.00 Tailored Suits at $14.90
The nobbiest lot of new styles rss2
and colorines. the choicest val- ' v
uea shown this season at the
price. Come in Tweeds, Serges,
and fancy Suitings, are satin
lined throughout, at $20.00 to
$25.00 values in Thursday's s;ile
at, each $14.90
Pretty One-Piece Dresses, $18.00
to $25.00 values, in Thursday's
oiik ana wool, ail new styles
and colorings, magnificent bar
gains. COATS, SPECIAL AT $10.00
Long black Kerseys, broadcloths,
or in fancies, very latest styles.
WAISTS, WORTH $5, AT $2.95
Nobby new styles, in silks and
nets, very special bargain.
FOUR SPLENDID FUR BAR
GAINS - XXXX Near Seal
Coats, 30 inches long, beaver col
lar and cuffs, worth $75.00, on
sale, at $49.00
52-inch Russian Pony Coats,
Skinner satin lined, great value,
Genuine American Beaver Neat Coney Fur Scarf, made
Coats, 30 inches long, reg- to sell regularly to $5.00,
ukr $100 values, shown choice Thursday, at
here, at, each $69 each $1.98
Three Winners for Thursday Morning Blanket Robes, re
gular $5.00 values; Military Capes, children's, in sizes f
to 14; also Ladies' regular values to $7.50, at $2.95
t Sheet Music SJ
Including: My Heart Has Learned to Love You,'llusty
Can, O Rag, Fortune Hunter Waltzes, Temptation Rag,
ana j,uuu ouier numbers.
Specials in Linen Department
GOOD 8IZK HKAVY TlRKISIf TOWEL.H Hemmed ready for use
worth 15p, uach
I IOX NAPKINS F nil bleached, assorted pattern, Klze 18x11 Inch
worth $1.76 dozen, Thursday, for 50
PIKK L1NKN TMllM DAMASK Bleached and silver blear he'd worth
75c yard, Thursday, at, yard ' -50
FKINUK1) BKI) 81'llfcADS With rut rorners. full site, assorted de
signs, worth $2.00, Thursday, each
$1.00 CENTER PIECES
49c A fine line with
heavy lace trimming for
your selection, snap, at,
VEILS 98c Full length
Auto Veils, with hem
stitched ends, all colors,
matchless, at 9gi?
en's Bath Robes Less Than Half
An immense purchase of Men's Fine Wool Blanket Robes.,
up to $15.00 values, in all colors, choice
t $2.45 $3.50 $4.50 $5.50 and $0.50
20 Pounds Granulated Sugar $1.00
80 lbs. Qranulatsd ug-ar (or . .(1.00
There In etery Indication of ll go
ing still lower
It pa s to I rail a at il&ydn'. Ws
give you the benefit of evry drop,
ami save you from 26 to 60 per cent
un your nouekrptng eipenses:
48 ll. acks liest High Patent Flour
The best White or Yellow fornmeal,
per nark 1 jo
9 lbs. best Hulled lireakfa.it oaunsal,
3 lor cans lavallne. Hie great clean-
i er, for H)c
I.u l.u Kcorwnny Hnup, 1 lb. can ..fic
lfc package (iolden Koil Macaroni 10c
1 lb. can assorted tSoups 7 Ho
2 lb. cans fancy Hweet Sugar Corn,
for - m
Z lb. cana Wax, btnng, Oreen or Lima
lleans, for 7"0
Gallon cans Table Syrup for ...... 3oc
I, gallon cans Table 8rup for ..ac
x'Vi lb. csns Tab e Syrup ...... 10c
broniangelon, Jellycon or Jsll-O. per
CmHAMXBT BUTTE SPECIAL
1-aiicy Mo. 1 1'reaiiiery, ti.ai mail
at i6c our price for tnls hale ..aoc
Fancy h"uil C'learu Hrlck Cliet-.ie at
per pound , 6
Tbe lieHt Hulk 1'eHiini llullrr, lb i -,n
TH rEII VEOET1BIC KiHSl
rO TUB rtGfLal
t'rerh Spinai b. per peck . r,c
4 buncbes freli Motlious,. Hurliiiies fic
4 beads frtnli loi,uUHe l.e.tl Kuiiuis
Fresh Heetx, farrota. 1'urnnlps, Tur
nips, or Winter Hhi1IhIiih. lb'. Z',ic
Large beadu 1'iexh t'sboage for ..5c
1 bum beM SalHlfv for .r..!r,o
Large Kgg I'lHnts. each , .he
Fancy Sweet Colstons, per lb. ,.2'c
' buncheH J-'resh i'araley fur fc
Hubbard Siiuaxh, tiach 7 Ho
Fancy Hed tilon, per lb 2Uc
Fancy Tokay (iiapes, I to 7 lbs In
basket, f.' 3r)C
4 bunches fiend (Jreen Onions.,., Sc
Fancy lwnver t'aullf lower, lb. .'.luu
2 large Houp buncbea for r,c
2 stalks Freali Celery for te.
TRY UAYDEIl'S FIRST
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