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TTm BEE: OMATTA. WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER CP. 1H10.
GOOD EDIBLES FOR TRAVELERS !
Commercial Club Buyi Good Things
to Eat by Wholesale.
SONGS GO WITH THE FZAST
PHI Po4 lias Prepared Tie irr I
Oaes, Whifh All Will Be Asked
fa Help Kin
the f rln,
The Commercial rlub In buying fond and
provisions by wholesale for a Oarjrsntuan
rtlnnr which wlil he held In the Auditorium
I'YIday ntsjM. Contract have hrrn mad a
for th purchase "nf provisions and r-llbles
of various sorts, a follows :
Twrnty-flvA rsJTrms of oysters.
Thlrty-flvA itsllona of oyster cocktail
Sfventy-flre irHliona of soup.
Seven hundred and fifty pounds of black
Twenty Cations of tartar dressing.
Otw hundred pounds Snratoaa chips.
Twenty-five gallons of olives.
Fifteen hundred pounds stuffed,. egRS.
Seven hundred fifty pounds tenderllon
Ten thousand randwlrhes.
fne hundred cans of mushrooms.
Three hundred cans of pens.
KIva boxes of oranges.
Sixty cans of pineapples.
Hlxty bottles of Maraschino chorrles.
One dozen bottles bodies of sherry.
Fifteen hundred Nesselrode pudding.
Twenty-five gallons of coffee.
Ferenty-flve pounds assorted cako.
Twenty-one hundred cigars.
On thousand cigarettes.
Rniri At Tables.
The diners will be seated at fourteen
tables stretched north and souih In the
Auditorium, the speakers' table being at
right angle on the south side ami runninic
east and west.
"Between courses the 1,000 or more pres
ent will 'us eon" written especially for
the occasion by the prize poet of Michi
gan and Nebraska. These have been arclil
tectured to fit popular tunes, which almost
The refrain of bne which Is a la Gpois"
Cohan's efforts, runs as folows:
Give iny regards to Rroadwav,
Ttemember me to Michigan ave.,
Tell all the boys In old K. ('.
What splendid streets they have
Then carry me back to Farnam,
At Sixteenth put me down
(Jive iny legards to old BroHdway,
Put let nie live In my old town.
After thin effort PegaHus essayed another
flight which Ik intended to be sung to the
t'JIlH of "Kvery .Little Movement' from
"Madame Hlierry." It fcoes thus:
Kvcry little business has a booster uf Us
All tlx sterling qualities too gladly will
Hut every koi.U word you can say for this
old town, '.
Will hrlnf,' you a part of Its renown.
,m! business you never could pull down
iy efforts all alone.
Big Horn Exhibit on
Its Way to Land Show
Grain and Giacscs from Famous Wy
' omin Section Shipped H. G.
' ( Shield in Charge.
The Bin Horn batdn exhibit .for the
Omaha land uhow In now en route, accord- '
I' I. to Information received Tuesday inorn
InK by H- H- Hliedd, chairman of the com
mittee In charge of this display. Mr. Hliedd
Is now In omahn. The other members of
liiA cciinnilttee1 are I., II. t'rowe. George
Ka-diill. H A. Miller. C. lillls. l F.
Hubert on. J. tf. Drawn, Kalph Hoover, l.
I,. Ilouv phd W. A. Klckler.
The exhibit from the Kl Horn country
will he principally concerned with grains
P.ml giasi-es. Home attention will be paid
to the Trult farm projects now under de
velopment In Wyoming. The Bis Horn
t o .iilry nione In attempting the develop
ment of the fruit Industry In Wyoming.
Tho display to be made at the Omaha
land uhow -by the Big Horn basin Is In
l.ne with 'the - niflvement led by Governor
Uroeks looklnK toward tho development of
the slate throiish publicity. Wyoming has
been well represented in the more recent
shoWs' of.' hP' (tlnd and many of -the dry
farming congreise and other agricultural
f ' '
Hatchct Too Sharp
. ' for Mere Kindling
Edge Prepared for the Turkey Cuts
. a Gash in John Ander
, son's Knee.
John- Anderson Is back on the Job as
doorman at the V'laha Grain exchange.
Mr. Anderson received a little present of
S.1 In gold on hla return and once more
thinks the woHd la a good place to live in.
Mr. Anderson has been raising all fall
a turkey and thia hand fed bird attained a
plumpness and tenderness of flesh which
made It Just the best llttlu C'hrlatnius tur
key on the table.
It hadto be killed, so Tuesday last Mr.
Anderson sharpened Ills hatchet He is
a master hand at running a giindHtone and
he got an edge on tiie hatchet which was
keener than Nome barbers cau put on a
raior. Wednesday Mrs. Anderson asked
him to chop a little kindling. Mr. Anderson
agreed, willingly. lt would give the
hatchet a workout and get It in good tune
for the Saturday slaughter.
Mr. Anf'.erson chopped some kindling
likewise his knee and he ate his Christ
mas dinner In bed The hatchet wus not
Ufd to carve the turkey Sunday. It has
been locked ip.
Sale of Men's C
All the $30 Overcoats COft
nnd Suits, at $uv
All the 135 Overcoats 34
and Suits, at. T. :
Entire Surplus Stock
II irsh-Wick wire & Co.,
Makers of the Highest Grade
Men's Hand Tailored Suit3
and Overcoats in America.
An extraordinary opportunity to
buy high-class clothes at exactly
3313 per cent less than regular sell
All the fL'5 Overcoats and M 67
Suits, at 510'
All the $27.50 Overcoats andtf 0.31
Suits, at 10
Wednesday Is Rcd-Lctter Day
The strongest buying incentives of the closing year are
' made Wednesday. Seasonable goods the very things
you need right now are priced at lowtr figures than we
dare to name at any other time. Pre-Inventory week is one
of relentless stock reducing and deeply cut jrices are the
most powerful influence to gain our end. Red Letter Day
makes these prices, Wednesday, of two-fold interest. 10
extra' stamps free to all who bring their books.
All the $40 Overcoats
and Suits, at
All the $45 Overcoats
and Suits, at '
li iifci ,iT
mil Ons Ladles' Xomt Journal Pattern with I
aaoh copy of the Hew Winter Btyle Book. . flOo I
All ThisVeek GreatPre-Inventory Sale
We are reducing stocks in nil departments through the
power of tremendous price reductions.
Ladies9 Suits and Coat Sale
WEDNESDAY GREAT VALUES
NEW YEAR'S CARDS
Including a splendid variety of post cards, on sale in
our Book Department.
OUR GREAT ANNUAL CLEARING SALE
BEGINS SATURDAY, DEC. 31
The bargains will be the most remarkable ever offered
in the history of Omaha.
SEE THE GREAT WINDOW DISPLAYS
CALENDARS AT HALF PRICE
All our beautiful Calendars, both the new ones and
those thnt have been handled, at just.,1 price.
Holiday Stationery at Price
The boxes of Christmas Stationery that have become
more or les damaged, at Vz price.
Craig Inspects . :'
and Street Lights
City Engineer Craig Returns from a
Trip of Several Weeks to
George W. CraiR, city engineer, lias re
turned from a tr!p of xevcral weeUs
throuRh California In the starch of data
upon the manufacture of oh1ikII. Mr.
Craig Is chairman of the committee of th?
Nutlonul Assorlat'on of City Offioluls for
the standardization - of pnv'ns specifica
tions on asphalt and Is preparlnK his re
port to be submitted to tho convention In
Chicago nex month.
"Most of the asphalt uxed In this country
comes either from Trlnldwd nnd the Ber
mudas or from California. 1 have been
familiar with the conditions of production
Ir. the Bermudas and 1 wanted to see the
coast manufactures. I found that the
plants along the coast produce some Rood
and some bad Muff and thut wc are as apt
to get the ad the good. We have had
to rejeot whole carloads.
"In some of the plants when I stated
my business and the purposes of the In
vestigation I was treated hospitably, but
In two instances 1 was thrown out bodily.
"I was much Impresstd with the beauty
of tho street linl tint? systems in the coast
I cities. Hnme of them look like our Ak-
Snr-Beii time every night. In I-o Angeles
the down town arc lights were ornamented
with big Christmas wreaths during the
week In honor of Chrisinias The problem
of street lighting Is one which Omaha
must take up immediately" because we are
falling behind other progtssive cities In
this one thing at least."
M OlTCOthat deli-
o difficult to
obtain in any
cream ; fragrant, pleasant
and harmless. '
If you have a red, blotch
ed, pimply, coarse skin,
apply a generous coating
of it to-night, and notice
the effect to-morrow.
Get It at any A.D. 8.
Lock for the alcn.
' Horrible Heath
results from delaying lui.gs Cure Coughs
and weak lungs with Dr King's New
Discovery. fc and 11.00. For sale by
lieaton Ijiu Co.
ee.1 of a Kon J, re-
! liable liniment. For spr.iiRi, bruises, scire- i
j ness of the muscles ind rheumatic pulns
there is none beter itiun li.iiiibcrlain s.
Sold by all deuleis
HUSBAND L0SES BOTH SUITS
Francis II llderbrand's Demands fur
IMrorce and I'roprrtr Held by
Krspols Hllderbiand. who three months
ago started a sensational suit for divorce
against his wife. Klla Hliderbrand. and a
separate action in equity to recover from
btr property which he alleged she obtained
from Mm by threats, was defeated In both
suits before Judge Day In equity court
Mia. Hllderbrand's cross-petition for di
vorce was granted while ililderhrand's
petition was denied. The property held b
Mis. Hliderbrand was declared to be rlglil
Hliderbrand alleged that his wife's in
terest In the spirit world was the cause of
all their troubles.
F.aallx and Cheaply Made at
Home. Paves loo 12.
Stops soy tootlitche. Prevents fur.
tlier decay. loi not melt in the
mouth. It whole strength it retained
sud goes right to the kpot.
Tbeis are iuiltstiona. Mte that yor get
!(' TMIkaeke iam.
At ll dniggitu. It rents, or by Bisll.
Dent's Corn Cum c.ru7tP:,rT"
C. 8. DENT A Q0.. Detroit. HUch.(
e?1 - lipiSII m
Itemeinher ' when your kidneys are af-!
fecled jrour life Is In danger. M Mayer,
Itoclieaier. Ji. Y.. najs: "My trouble!
atarted with a sharp shooting pain over
my back which grew worse djilly. I fell I
slugglsn and tired, my kidney action was'
Irregular and inf lenuenl. I started us- 1
tng Kole Kidney I'llls. Kach dne vceiued '
tit put new 11 fo a.. 1 sti'ennHi inlo me, hihI '
now I am completely cured a:iil fi el bet
ter and stronger than for year'
by all druggist.
This rrclpe makes a pint of rough
syrup enough to last a family a lung
time. You couldn't buy as much or a
good cough syiup for 12 0.
fimplo as It is. It gives almost In
stant relict and usually stops the most
obstinate cough in 'l hours. This I
rartly due to the fact that it is slightly
Axative, stimulates the appetite anj
has an excellent tonic effect. It la
pleasant to take chlluren lik It. An
excellent remedv. too. for whooping
rough, sore lungs, asthma, throat
Mix one pint of pranulnted sugar
with ' pint of warm water, and stir
for 2 minutes. Put 1 ounces of Pinex
fifty ceiitr" wor'lil in a pint bottU
and add the Sugar Syrup. It keeps per
fectly. Take a teaspoouful every one.
two or three bouts.
Pine is one of the oldest and best
known remedial agents for tho throat
membranes. Plncx is the most valu
able ror-wcntraled compound of Nor
way white iilne extract, and Is rich In
f uiaicol and ail the other natural heal
ng elements. Other preparations will
nut work in this formula.
The prompt results from this reclps !
bave eiidesn d it to thousands of house-
wives In the Vn-ite.l States iind Canada. I
which explains why the plan has been j
Imitated often, but never successfully, j
A guaranty of absolute satisfaction,
or moaey promptly r f unded, toes with !
this reclp". Your druggist has Plnex :
or w'lil get It fur you. If nt. seu4 tJ
TUa l'iuv Co, It. Wayne, Iud,
It's the purest,
It's the best.
4 Nothing finer
For your guest
nsT "awTr.! MnWgT". .r:
'XVthe be:er you cike
,7ME BEER YOU LIKE
HAVE A CASE
322 S. 24th Street
Any Wool Suit iu our en
tire stock regularly sold at
$45 and $50 this great pre-
Any Ladies' Colored Coat in
. our entire stock, regularly
sold up to $45 &4 A r A
choice, this sale ,v'tfwv
Any Black Coat in our entire
stock, regularly sold at $45,
this great sale, your unre
for only V&v
All High Grade Fur Sets in
black lynx, black fox, wolf,
Fisher, raccoon and mink
regular sold at from $45 up
to $150.00 this great sale,
at ONE-THIRD OFF
Thousands of Soiled Handkerchiefs
Used for dPoorationa during thp holidays, and hundreds of dozens of
slightly soiled and mussed ones Wednesday, your choice of values
tip to 25c divided into four big groups, at, each
iC, 3c, Sc and 10c
Neckwear Slightly Mussed
About 100 dozen ladles' dainty neckwear pieces; Just a little mussed
and crumpled, values to 35c Wednesday a big sale to 2-.'
clean up .stock, at, each
All Sample Toys
, Norte'tb be held over. '
Entlr stock of high gradn Jew
elry, excepting diamonds . and
watches all this week
25 Per Cent Off
Big Clearance Sale of High Grade Corsets
:-We must reduce our largj? stock of beautiful Corsets
beforexfanuary 1st. ,
For Wednesday Only Three Stunning Corset Models
In coutif or batiste, medium high bust and extra long JBf f
skirt, made with the best boning and two hose sup- I H
' porters; our special $1.50 corset; Wednesday, your M yf
choice at only . ,
Another more medium model tor general wear and short figure; spe
cial Wednesday at 79
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Announcement t4o. 41
. Round-trip excursion tickets are
now on sale daily via the C. & N.W.
,Ry. to Florida, Cuba, New Orleans,
Mobile and the Gulf Coast.
- The splendid trains of the
. between Omaha and Chicago,
connect at the latter city with all
lines to the South and Southeast,
forming a passenger service that
cannot be surpassed.
Through railway and team$hip tickets
are also on sale to the Mediterranean,
the Holy Land and to all European cities.
Sleeping: car reservations and reserva
tions' of space on steamships to points
named above are given prompt and
Trains leave Omaha for Chicago:
7:40 ?. m. 6:00 p. ra. 11:45
p. m. 12:05 p. m. 6:05 p. m.
5:10 p. m. 8:50 p. m.
1401-1403 Farnam Street
B A 1LE Y OTc H
n u ippri atsi uffK ii las nuOtiis HH"
I.. sir osniibiiy ( iMwuitu pi !-. fuiusKlu lllllns. Jusi
ihs ivuiu. tk kw L baitut. tvrtitsa mtimt
Tromendlous Bargain Offerings in Our
fill & orcd Suits
mm HL h.
PEUABU STORE." J
v , , , - - - Mijg
Wednesday Ve Place on Sale tho
LACES AT HALF
AH kinds of laces In almost rndlesn
variey of hratilful new patterns at
Jnst Half Hogular Trice.
5c loot's nt ., ,2VsC
7c Laws nt .3C
10c Ijticps at.". 5c
lTic Ivicos at.; 7 Vat
L'(k' Ijmcos at IOC
Inoes at. .12VaC
i55c Tjnos at. .lT1
00c Ijjiocs at. . , .25(
7.r)c Ijnccs nt j .37l2e
$1.(H) Ibices at. .50o
$1.50 Iacps at . .
$2.00 Iccs at.
$.UK Laces at. . .v.$1.50
$5.00 lacos at....S2.50
Don't miss this opportunity. Come early Wednesday.
AIIKvening Gowns and Street
Dresses on Hale at Half.
All th Wlnsr Coats, Trsmsndous
Assortmsnt for Bslsotlon, at
Vednasday in ihe Domesfic Room
Amoskeag Outing Flannel,
regular 12Vc yard qual
ity; -on sale Wednesday
at, yard .SVC
Heavy Unbleached Muslin,
3(5 inches wide, regular
7',c quality; Wednesday
at, yard .'. :'.5t
59c Quality Bed Sheets,
round thread, 72x90 size;
on Bale Wednesday at,
15c Quality Pillow Slips,
3Gx42 size; one big lot
on sale Wednesday at,
each . . lOc
Hundred of Other Rousing Bargains Not Advertised t Kl 1 He
Offered Here on Wednesday. '
It Will Pay You to Buy Your Future Grocery Supplies
While This Big Sale Lasts.
21 lbs. best Csmnulated Sugar. .. f 1.00
48-lb. ack Hayden s best High Patent
Flour, made from the finest No,' 1
wheat; sack $1.30
9 bars , Diamond C or Beat 'Em 'All
Soap '. '2!a '
10 lbs. best White or Yellow Corn-
meal . .,, ISc
10 lbs. best Rolled Breakfast Oatmeal
( lbs. best hand picked Navy Beans
Orape-Nuts, pkg 10c
K C Corn Flakes, pkg 64c
Bromangelon, Jellycon or Jello, per
pks. ., t... .7 4c
16c pk(. Gold en rod Mararonl Kc
1 - lb. cans assorted Soups 74c
2- 1 b. cans fancy Sweet Sugar Corn
for , 74c
6 lbs. good Ja.pnn Rice 18c
3- Crown Muscatel Cooking Raisins
Choice California Feachrs, lb.... 84c
Fancy Cleaned Currants, lb 10c
Fancy Creamery Butter, lb 2c
Fancy Country Creamery Butter, per
lb. ..i 2e
FancyDalry Butter, Ib.A ..... 2fo
Tha Oreatest Market In Omaha fof
" rresh Vegetables.
Tou save from b0 to 100 by trad
ing at Hayden's.
8 heads fresh Hothouse Lettuce,.. 5c
2 bunches fresh llothoase Radishes. (o
1-lb. box fresh 1 Hothouse Mushrooms
Fancy Cauliflower, per lb .,74c
S hunches fresh Beets, Carrots, Tur
nips, Kadlshre or rUialnts for... 10c
Jersey Hweet Potatoes, per lb.,..3 4o
Large. Cucumbers, each 10c
Large Mead lettuce, each 74c
2 bundles fresh Parsley 60
Fresh Cabbage,, per lb. ... v. 1 40
8 lbs. Shelled Popcorn lOo
Cape Cod ClHnberrle. quart. ..... 10c
Bte Rig-bland Ravel Orange Bale The
famous Nedyah brand.. Nothing to
equal them, for quality, taste and
flavor, per dozen. 16a, 80c, 5o, 30a
TRY IIAYDEUS' FIRST
One death in every ten in your locality il
caused by Tuberculosis. . v '
You can help stamp out this disease. . .
Use Red Cross Christmas Seals
on your Holiday Letters and
Cost One Cent Each.
. Anyone may sell them.
Everyone should buy them. .
Distributing headquarters for Nebraska:
807 Brandeis. Phone Tyler 1687.
ADDRESS TUBERCULOSIS SECRETARY.
WEDDING INVITATIONS, ANNOUNCEMENTS
All correct forms in curren: social usage engraved In th best
manner and punctually delivered when premised.
EMBOSSED MONOGRAM STATIONERY
and other work executed at prices lower than usually prevail
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Military Training runiblnrd uith ArH.leinl.- and
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