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Big
Sale of
Furs
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Men's
Shirts
NECKWEAR SALE
A New York Importer's Samples of Women's Fine Imported
Neckwear Greatly Underpriced.
Dutch and Sailor Collars, Jabots, Stocks, Bows, Yokes,
Collar and Cuffs- in fine crochet, Venise and Oriental ef
fects also many new styles in fancy Silk Neckwear over
L 100 styles, on big
rr- nargain square;
MNY WORTH 50c EACH, at
Handkerchiefs
Opening Sale for the Holidays
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Women's all pure linen hand
embroidered handkerchiefs -hemstitched
borders, Armenian
lace edged, Madeira edges, fancy
Mechlin and Val. lace barders
also women's and men's pure Irish linen "
hand embroidered initials, all letters all
kinds of silk handkerchiefs, xlain and
fancy; many worth up to 50c each, at. . .......
HOSIERY SALE
Women's pure Silk Hosiery Fancy silk embroidered
boot patterns, wide lisle tops, plain all silk and dou
ble soles, heels and toes and wide welt Cf)
tops worth up to $1.25 pair, at pair Udli
omen's pure thread heavy Silk Hosiery Some with
fjV wide hem tops, lisle soles, double heels, and toes,
uivu ui 10 ei.ov a pair, ' fit) a
at pair .....3l)C
i Women's all Silk Boot Hosiery with wide lisle garter
jii tops, in DiacK, tan and light shades, in.
; worth 75c a Dair. at nair -4MC
Women's fine Imported Mercerized and Dull Finished
Lisle Hosiery fancy all-over lace and lace boots;
also plain lisle, worth 60c a pair. or
at per pair J DC
Men's fino lisle and cotton Hosi
ery fancy silk embroidered,
mercerized finish, black, with
split soles, worth 25c a IE
pair, at pair. ;. I J U
Women's fine cotton and fleecy
lined Hosiery regular and odd
sizes, all black and black with
split soles; worth 25c 1 7 1
pair, at pair I IjC
WINTER UNDERWEARj
Women's Fine Italian Silk Vesta Hand embroid
ered fronts, silk ribbon trimmed,
all slzos, worth $2.76 Kl (lli
at, each VJLstO
Women's Pine Ribbed Cotton Fleeced
Union Hulu Kxtra good quality,
pure white, at. ........ .
Boys' Shirts and Drawers -Extra heavy
fleeced lined, gray and Peeler
' cotton, all sizes, at. ;
Boys' Shirts and Drawer Fine ribbed
. fleece lined cotton; grey all sizes
up to 14 years, at
Women's Long Sleeve Corset Covers
Tape waist and neck, ail
sizes, at
Munsing; Underwear for Women, ChildrenfBoys and Girls
71U Ul,m" uuB,-yesi8 ana pants all wools, part wools,
fine cottons, medium and heavy per garment,
at.,..;.;.. 40c, 98c, $1.50, $1.98 to $2.98
fif
J II II 'Till IH I F
Sale of Women's Gloves
Women s, extra quality French Kid Gloves-black, white
and all colors 1, 2 and 3-clasp effects Paris point and
heavily embroidered backs. Fitted to d nr p q
the hand at, pair vlelu (& vZ
Women's 2-clasp French Lambskin Gloves Black White, grey blue
.4 - Jltl 1 MM I . - ' '
iid ana ereo; miea u aesirea,
at per pair
Women's Kid Gloves
black, white and col
ors, worth . up to
$1.25 per pair, bar
gain square, n.
at per pair. . . .vJw
Cashmere Gloves silk
lined, black, brown
and blue, worth 36c
pair, at
pair
25c
$1.25
Golf Gloves and Mit
tens for girls and
boys black, grey,
brown, red and blue, '
pair . . ...... . .25C
BC3ANDEIS STORES
t ri ",r ; zzzi.:.. ' " : : t
CLOTH.iriG COMI'ANY ' K
. nEf,mniADLE values, hi i
j TTrf QH (TS O'H 'J Gf7T4rTT ll their
jj r J When we nay Remarkable Valups it means lomi- f
L thlar. We positively give you the bt that the
V -w L jJ clothing- world affords.- Every popular style and
v I fabric In either ault or overcoat la here for your
nrl il Inspection you owe It to yourself to see those ele- I
i ' I U ant "m, (better still, try tl.em on). Why not !-
M overcoat r
ill arrciAi; t
riTS Dollars on your next suit or
Ken's fray Mo
cha CHots
Ilk lined rg--nlaf
91. as val
ues ; Saturday,
7Gc
' TVS BEST
T KMT VAX
' UES In the city
ar bera
90.250.300
35O.4OO.5OO
ITJ ATIB
OO ATS bro-irn
. and fanoy fray.
Jost the kind
. to keep ont tn
cold
93c -S1.93
CAPS; Suitable
for drui or
bliasardy wet.
thar; apa o 1 a 1
aiuas,
50-75c 95c
THE HOLIIAN nOIIE BIBLE
Printed from large, clear pic typ, with margi
nal references, family reoord and maps. This
home Bible la new and ery desirable for every
day use In the home, containing all the advant
age of a family Bible In a compact site that can
be easily handled, with record for births, mar
riages and deaths. The best Bible obtainable
for old folks who need extra large, clear print
and a light weight book. The exact sit of Bible
whan dosed la 6 Hit Inches.
Bound In French seal leather, round corners,
red under gold edges, gold titles, silk head bands
and purple silk marker.
OUR CHRISTMAS OFFER.
This elgant Bible aud The Dally Bee, by malt,
on yr for $6.00, which Is the regular selling
price of the Bible aloae.
The price. Including Th Sunday Be also, Is
17.00. Wfi send th Blole. by mall or expres.
charge prepaid, upon receipt of subscription
price.
THE BEE PUBLISHING CO., Omaha, Neb.
HtlwM Hams MM
Ll Thus Joash U
not the kindness
father had done t
son.' And when h
Lord look upon U
21 T And it cai
end of tv' A-ar, th
came ' .Jurist 1
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21 BIG BARGAINS
FOR SATURDAY ONLY
Zt will pay you Jnrt as well aa It pays
the hundreds of other onstomora that are
YIIITlira OUa BTOBB every Saturday
and also . during" the week and taking- ad
vantage ef these great SI lgr Barg-alas of
Xaphael-rred Co. Ton will lealtse sooa
enoug-b that If yon watch oar 1 Barg-aln
Bale avery week It will mean a big aavlng
for yon daring- the year. We don't expect
that this ad will do all the work to bring
oux store before the people of Oman. i
expeot th marohandlso Itself, Alstribatad
In th home of Omaha and sorroanllng
country , to do th talking and work lor
oar suooess. We are striving to make this
the family store of Omaha. With our
amall . expense in oonaeetlon with on
wholesale department and volume of basi
nets we ar aoing what we caa to sell on
a email marg-in. mesa over th It Uig
jmrg-ains tor tnls baiurday and oom wita
vne expectation of finding verytawg- ex
actly an aaveruaea an we aastue you
uiat you vrui not o uisappoint.a.
BAMOAXJf BO. 1.
Ladles' heavy ajid lu.l made outing flan
tivi nlgni g-owns, sells eerywuere iur
sc, a i Htc
BABOAIB BO. 9. .
Kxtra large and extra heavy bath
towels, bieached anu unuieached, irlnged
and piain, regular price Hoc sacii, baiur
uay, only, each 140
BAB.OAXX BO. a.
26c and SOo corset cover embroidery, a
very gooa grade of 4 wins and very de
sirable patterns, per yard, Saturday
only 14o
BAJbOAXB BO. 4.
$16,00, $18. Ou ana i0.0u men's suits for
l.bu Thin- la the lirst tune we ofrei
uoh a selection of htgn grade ciotning
lor ty.kO, - which Includes casnmerea,
worsteds. In the new browns, grays, blue
ana blaca seiges.
BABOAZB BO. ft.
LADIES' SWELL TAILORED SUITS AT
HALF 1JH1CE.
The pick of our big stock of ladles' and
mlase' tailored suits, running in prices
troiii 12.oU to nciuaing tiie ilnest
sample buiIs, at Just one-tiau tne price
whicti are niai'Ked in plain figures. The
lit. 00 suit for $.b; $15. UU suit for
V'.bO, and so on.
BAK OA-IB BO. 6.
A card of 1. dozen good pearl buttons. . le
BAXOAIB BO. 7.
Ladles' Hose a. very good quality, split
sole, sexmlexs, alo plain black ribbed
top, worth 2Uc, Saturday, pair.; So
BABGAIB BO. 8.
Men's 25c suspenders for 15
B AJEOAIB BO. .
20c and 25o. tatteta silk ribbons, Nos. 40,
60 and SO, yard ......To
BABOAIB BO. 10.
Bathrobe blankets, li-4, plenty big enough
for men's or women's robe In a large
variety of pretty patterns, beautiful coi
oi'lnas, very soft quality, worth $2.60,
at, each ; 1JJ
' , BABOAIB BO. ll. '
1i off on all our stock of ladle, tnlssM'
and girls' coats, in the novelty goods, in
the broadcloths, in the plushes, in the
caraculs and even la -our bo-Inch long
furvcoats; nothing reserved, . for. Satur
day only, i lasa tnan former price.
BAKOAXB BO. 10.
Ladles' heavy fleeced union suits, the best
of uils kind tliat is inado anywnere. Tney
' are worth $1.25 a suit, aud for Saturday
they will go at 760
BAKOAIB BO. 13.
fl.00 men's and ladles' silk mufflers, in
a variety of. cplors, for. .......... . . .39o
BAKOAXB BO. 14.
$2 men's pure wool underwear; these are
Wilson Bros.' make, ailghtly broken In
sizes, mostly drawers, for. .Tso
BABOAIB BO. 1ft.
$5.00 silk peUluuata, made of boiled taf
. fets, full size, Just a few colors, mostly
blacks, at fta.60
BABOAIB BO. 18.
$1 00 discount for Haturday only on any
skirt In our bis; stock. , The skirts are
now marked lower than any store .in
Omaha by 15 to 23. per cent. By this
$1.00 extra discount will make it worth
while to attend this sale: .
BABOAIB BO. IT.
75c men's heavy blue Jersey shirts for.SSo
BABOAIB BO. IS.
Men's Japan finish initial handkerchiefs 0
BABOAIB BO. It.
$1 00 pairs ladles' slioe.i, in patent leathers
and gun ine'.al, for $1,39
BABOAIB BO. BO. '
$2.00 men's pant lor 890
BABOAIB BO. 81.
A large size handbag. Imitation Morocco
leather, nicely lined, -with small purse
Inside, worth 7 So to $1.00, Saturday, at,
each .... ftso
' BABOAIB BO. 09.
$10.00 and $12.00 ME.N'W SLITS AT I4.7S.
Saturday we. will sell an unlimited num
Ixt of suits, consisting of serges, grsvs
and herringbone, worth up to $12.00,
tt 84.75
EXTBA BPBOIAX, BTBBYBOBT BIAS
THIS.
The American Knitting Mills of Syra
cuse. N. Y.. have (jult the business, and
tliey have consigned to us all knit goods
left on hand for us to dispose of for cash
at . wholesale and retail. Wo have these
goods now In our possession. They con
sist of all kinds of knit goods, men's, wo
men's and children's knit mitts and gloves,
hoods, knit slippers, knit petticoat, toques,
etc. The sale on those goods win begin
Monday morning. Home, of the goods are
now on display In our windows, and if
you want to buy sensible and useful ar
ticles for Xmas gifts at about 36c on the
dollar; then watch Sunday's papers for
prices and attend this sale.
tlnpIiacI-Prcd Co.
WaoleeaJ and BetalL
COB. 1STK ABB TABBA1C BTBBBTS.
Reliable,
Dontlotry
yTalPsDafdlli
Free to Ladies
Saturday Only
A Beautiful 1U Art Calendar,
with Various highly colored panel
pictures.
CHRISTMAS
FOR LADIES
Handkerchiefs
Gloves,
Jewelry
Neckwear
Bags
Umbrellas
Waists
Kimonos
SUGGESTIONS
FOR MEX
Handkerchiefs
Purses
Laundry Bags
Brushes .
Tie Racks.
RABV NOVELTIES
Knit Sacques, Bootees, Rattles,
Coat Hangers, Brushes and Trays.
Weinlander &Smilh
" 817 South Sixteenth Street.
Have you seen them
Have you heard them
VERY person now-a-days . csires a Piano in thcirhomc.
Some play others don't others want one for their
chddren, while others still with one for entertaining
friends.
w.0 are novv shoeing the largest and most complete line
ot Pianos fcr Christmas selling it has ever been our good
fortune to place on our sales floor at any one time. ' All
are from the brst known manufacturers of the country.
Cases are hadsomely finished the patterns, well they will
please everyone.
A Christina
A
s
Gift
Piano
No nicer gift could be made. 'Tis not a gift for a
day or a week, but a gift for years. We can sell you a good
and guaranteed Piano for $150 a piano that will last you
a lifetime.
It will be well worth your time to call at our store
and see this largest showing of Pianos ever displayed in the
city of Omaha, and don't forget a Christmas Gift a
Piano.
Below you will find some extraordinary lpw prices quoted on sixteen pianos that
left from our once a month sale which took place the last three days of November.
These are slightly used pianos and most of them are as good as new.
were
Stanley & Son Upright $85.00
Ebersole, walnut .$100.00
Bailey, mahogany $135.00
Wegman, mahogany $165.00
Price & Teeple, oak $175.00
Knabe, rosewood
$225.00
Boys' High Cut
SHOES
'. Our high cut shoes, for the boys'
winter wear are a yery sensible,
comfortable and durable boys'
shoe proposition. A splendid In
vestment. Durable . black or tan
waterproof leithers.
Heary oak tanned soles.
Sixes for boys of all ages.
$2.25. $2.75 to $3.50
High Cut Shoes are' ideal
Shoes for school wear, for coast
ing, skating and stormy weather.
A great protection to the boys'
feet. Sizes for boys of all ages.
FRY SHOE CO.
III IIOUI
lath aad Sonffla St re eta.
Kohler & Chase, mahogany $75.00
Vose & Sons $125.00
TUT A Z TRTT3
Steger & Sons, mahogany $148.00
Gerhard, mahogany $175.00
Corl, walnut .$225.00
GRANDS
Weber Grand $325.00
Smith & Nixon, mahogany. . .. .$100.00
llardman Grand, almost new. . .$400.00
We rent Pianos for $3.00 a month.
9
The Old Reliable Piano House.
Liquid
TV $
THC BKKR YOU LIKE
HAVE A CAfllE SrWT
cczxszisr Eminxna
fU 3221 So. 2ih Street f
y v
s Doua. iaet rid assa
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A Horning Glory ii
December
Our BTXEZi CUT AND SER1S
COrrXE. It has settled the "Coffer
Question" In hundreds of Omahi.
families.
Have TOT7 tried It? No dust t
make It "muddy." No worthless chaff
to turn on the pot and cause It to
rust. We are the only dealers In
Omaha producing this VP-TO-DATE
con-EE.
Mocha Mixture 39o a lbs. $1.00
Excelsior Blend... 300 3) lbs. 81.00
17. L. f.aif smaii & Co.
"The Coffee Ken."
Branch at rubllo Market, 1610
Karney.
The worst shoe trouble settled.
We have one that the boy can't
wear out.
You ar judged by the paper
you read. Be readers hat no
cats to apok)sl for a lack of
selfreapect or iatelllceao.
A Boys1 Shoe
That Is actually a match for the
American boy, who plays all day
on cinder playgrounds and paved
streets. Our
t
hocs
Will stand all the grind and tear
and wear that the boy can give
them. They may cost a trifle
more, but the difference in price is
only one-tenth the difference ' In
value.
Hoys' Slzo.
2H to 6K
louths' Bias?,
i to a
Little OenU' Sires,
10 to 18 H
BOYS HIGn CUTS
The kind with buckles that the
boys all like; the real Boy Scout
Shoe; in all sixes. Prices from
$2.50 to $4.50
Drexe! Shoe Co.
1419 Farnam St.
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
$2.50
$2.25
$2.00
Stove Co.
714 O. lGth St.
"We sell gas stoves at $3.00 down
and $3.00 a month or a cut price
for cash. We connect them free.
Detroit Ideal
The Detroit Idealhas a reputation for three things which has' beea
strengthened every day of the twenty-five years It has been on the market.
It is an extraordinarily quick worker, consequently Is economical.
It Is an exceptionally heavy stove, conseqently a long laster. i
L.
Being extra heavy It keeps an even equal temperatu
fine baking.
r so necessary to
These things have been proven by th twenty-five-year teat that the
Detroit Ideal has been through.
The patent one-piece shallow drilled burner, which makes the combustion
perfect, and the result is the hottest flame made by gas, and reduces the gas
consumption because of the extra amount of air used. It Is patented, and
consequently no other burner can be made like It.
The elghteen-inch oven and broiler style weighs ZSO pounds, while no
other stove weighs more than 170 pounds and many aa low as 126 pounds.
That means durability and that the Detroit Ideal lasts twenty years Is proof.
Other makes are worn out In five to ten yoara.
The weight Is all put where It Is needed, around the oven, which retains
the heat and makes the gas consumption in the oven so light. The oven flues
circulate the heat, which keeps the baking from drying like the light stoves.
A chain is only as strong as iu weakest link. This applies to gaas toxes
same as anything else. Profiting by weaknesses shown In others the Detroit
Ideal builders have a strong stove.
Buyers are of two classes: One buys price and value, the other buys
price and size. The former get the real bargain and buy from us.
Persistent Advertising is the Itoad to Big Returns
The Bee's Advertising Columns Are That lioad.
Strictly Cash
No Delivery
Therein Is summed up Uie.rcuuton
why Bath can maintain Ills high stan
dard of quality without raising prices.
It s plain as daylight if you ouly atop
to consider It. lialll has no bad ac
counts to make up, no bookkeeper to
pay, no delivery expense, vtc Of
course, he ran give you the 1IKST.
It Wl'AUlTV U any consideration
aheit you purchase niKUt. there's ouly
one place In umaha lor you to go
snd il-il is Bath's Cash Market.
bTAHT NOW!
Hpring Chickens IB
. Fork Loins IbV.o
Pork C'lioi s lSyO
i'ot Koas. 10c, So aad 70
t pounds I.eaf Lard (I CO
Home Rendered Lunl ISO
Home Made fork riuusage 1SV0
Jos. Balh's Cash Market
lai Tarnam Btreet.
Take Advantage
of these Bargains
Telephone your order If you
can't come.
lozens of Standard brands of
bottled lit bond whiskies, per
quart bottle $1
Tiiii. W hlte Corn Whlaltey
(moonshine! per quart, 7&o per
gallon 1 2. fiti
year old Kentucky Bourbon
Whiskey per yuart bottle $1;
gallon 1 3 no ,
Homemade Crape Wine, led or
white, per gallon 11
Bavarian Malt Extract, very
streiiK' henlng, pr bottle. .10o
Imported Olive oil, per iuart,
at 70
Mull and telephone orders
promptly filled.
Cackley Bros..
m n.
Wine Merchants
16th Bt. Both I'hunaa
s
V
s
Uuuar far 1 ear.
Opposite fukiotfice.
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