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TTTE BEE. OMAHA. TTintSPAY, JANUARY 12. 1911.
IN OUR GREAT ANNUAL JANUARY SALE
Tliis is the most extraordinary sale of undermuslins
vrr hold in Omalia. More varieties of dainty styles and
more big bargains than ever offered at a sale in the west.
UNDERMUSLINS at 45c
Slip-Over Nlgtht Gowns, walking length
skirts umbrella drawer dainty and
practical two-piece romblna- m p
tlona naualin undergarments, 4$(
UNDERMUSLINS at 75c
NMght Oowm and Chemises with French em
broidered yokes whit, petticoats
wldo lnre flounces fine
UNDERMUSLINS at 98c
Kmplre and Kimono Night Gowns many In
extra sizes, skirt lengths and long cnemises-
white petticoats two-piece com
Wide Embroideries at I272c Yd,
1 8-inch fine embroidered flouncing and corset cover widths,
also medium and wide edges, insertions and beadings
nainsook and cambric worth up to 35c a yard; J2l
bargain square, at, yard.
JANUARY SALE OF BLANKETS
EXTRA SPECIALS IN OUR BASEMENT
Extra fine 'soft fleece German finished eottou blankets, full
ll -4 and l'J-4 size white,' gray and tan our 04
regular $1.75 quality, at, pair.
$2.50 and $3.00 Cotton Blankets at $1.50 Finest cotton
blankets made. Beacon's and Woolspuu, ful 12-4 and 11-4
sizes, felted finished like wool white, gray, tan and fancy
plaids-well worth $2.50 and $3.00 a pair, SI59
i 4 -.tiii - . . . . ....... .....
Wool lUankets $3 fine, all wool
Blankets, plain white, gray, tan
and plaids, full 11-4 size and
weight 5 to 6 lbs to pair, 9.50
at. pair -.to
All Feather Filled l'lllow
cleaned all feather
best grade art and A. C
Ing covered, sizes 21x28, regu
lar price $2.00 pair, fiQf
at, each ,Uf C
Four Big Special Bargains
Fleeced SwanstUmn Flannels
Pretty stylos for long and short
kimonos the regular 16o grade
chamois finished flannels,
Clearing Sale price, yard
Fleece IWu-k Flannels Smooth
tops for dressos and children's
wear, values to 12', 4c,
Clearing Sale price, yard
All the Itest Outing Flannels In
cluding Amoskeag, Teazeldown,
light, dark and medium color
ings, also white, solid pink, blue
and gray shades Clear
ing 8ale price, yard . .'. ,
5,000 sample corners of wool
and cotton Blankets clear
ing sale price, each. . . . 2c
Saturday is That Big Shoe Sale
We have grouped thousands of odds and ends of wo
men's and men's high grade shoes that have been sell
ing up to $4.00 and $5.00; one big lot, main ft
floor, old store, at VaJ
Thousands of odds and ends of men's and women's
good quality shoes that have been selling
up to $3.00; in basement at, pair vX
ADVANCE NOTICE NEXT SATURDAY
Clearing Sale Men's Manhattan Shirts
These are the highest grade negligee shirts for men that are
made. All the newest patterns will be sold Saturday at a
fraction of their value;
shirts worth up to $0.00.
would protect your good
or m . a a m-n
We Itcgin Our Annual January Oeavrance
Sale of High CJrale IHnnerware Hets.
with Cold Feet!
If your feet are properly protected
they wont' get cold Wr have In our
an absolute prevention for Cold Feet.
These shoes are nonconductors of
heat and cold. Your feet are at an
even temperature In these shoes.
Tbey are made on a common sense
i last and fitted with soft porous felt
cushion Insoles that give a soft firm
imiiiiniion. inp oniy real cusnion soie
shoe on the market.
Men S3. OO
1419 Farnam Street
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A.I.S It Offering b Oratt rurnttura
Yaluss Fn Omtka MOW.
THIRSDAY MUX UK THK GKKATKHT VAM'K GIVING
LADIES' WINTER APPAREL
Ever Known In the History of January Clearance Sales
Read These Special Offers for Thursday
100 Ladies Wool Dresses All $'J0 and $23 Ol A
values. Clean up for Thursday, at P A J
( lioice of Any Wool Coat, either blacks or O O
colors, values to $43.00. Thursdav, at P l O
All Our High Grade Fur Sets.
Any Cloth Suit In the House, values to $60.00. now at. . . -810.50
Any Velvet Dress In the House, values to $36.00. now at. 50
Any Velvet Suit in the House, values to $35.00, now at. . 319.50
Any Velvet or Corduroy Suit, values from $45 to $65. now. . . Off
Any Coney Fur Coat In the House, choice at this sale, at . . . . 4 Ofr
Any Coney Kur Coat in the House, choice at this sale, at .... H Off
The Inland Empire of
la being opened up by two transconti
nental railways and other lines of
' It is estimated that $100,000,000
will be spent in tha nan flra years In
railroad building alone.
i Thirty million acres of the. finest
agricultural and fifty million acres
of timber, coal and the richest
mineral land will ba thrown open to
development by these railroads and
an unequalled system of natural in
land navigable waterways.
WHITE CARNIVAL WEEK
Bargains that hara navsr besn equaled, from tha standpoint of both tha
quality of msrohandlsa and the ridiculously low price. Erery wanted de-ig-n
in tnoet all widtua of beautiful Embroideries, together with a wonder,
ful diaplny of elerant ttudermnallna, are to be found at thla Annual Bale.
Come Thursday and take advantage of these prices.
10c Kdglng and Insertion, 5
26c Hands, Kdglng and Inser
tion, at 10
40c Flouncing, at 1
40c Corset Cdver Embroidery,
$1.26 Allovers. 24-lnch. . .49
$1.25 Swiss Flouncing, 4J)
12'4c All Linen Torchon I.aco,
Per yard 3
12 He Insertion, 2 to 6 Inches
wide, per yard 3
26c White Venise Lace, 2 to
4 inches wide, at 10
35c and 26c Corset Covers and
Drawers, at 15
76c and 60c Gowns and Corset
Covers, at 39
$1.20 and $1.00 Combination.
Skirts, Corset Covers,
$1.50 and $1.25 Corset Covers,
Gowns, at 89
$2.00 and $1.75 Combinations,
Drawers and Gowns, $1.00
$5.00 and $3.60 Gowns, Skirts
and Combinations, at 92.50
Princess Slips, worth up to
$3-50. at S1.75
Three Bla Money BaTlnr Balea -Mrn'g
and Women's January Shoe Sale. Vt
l.iixa anil Stnndarrl Vol. HnoK Sale,
HlS January Men's Shirt Sale.
The central and strategic point of
this grand domain la Fort George.
You can get up-to-date information
of fortune making opportunities by
sending your name and address for
the "British Columbia Bulletin of
Information," giving official govern
ment and other Information about this
last and rlcheat new country on the
American continent. Costa you noth
ing writs' today.
Security Co., Ltd.,
paid up Capital. tiNxono. '
Joint Owners and Sola Aa-enta
Fort Oeorae Townslta.
Ma Be aw Balldlav. YaaoowTer, B. a
District Sales Boilcttor.
W. O. BATZSBOV,
368 Hew Omaha l.atlonftl Bank Bwlldiag,
Specials lor Thursday
60-Inch Bleached Mercerized Table
Pamaok, beautiful deaigns and
quality; regular 0c value
Thursday, per yard, al 3o
17-Inch Illeached NwpklnK, fast
edires, perfect materials, extra
good wearing, our regular $1.25
values. Tiiurnday, dusen, at 980
22-Inch Bleached, All Linen Satin
rama!k Napkinn, beautiful de
signs and quality, ii and $3.50
values. Thursday, dozen, at 92.48
Heavy Bleached Mieetlng-, gond
quality, 28o value. Big Special
Sule Thursda), per yard, at.. 310
45-Inch Bleached Pillow Cases,
lc values. .Special This Hale,
per yard, at 18Ho
Blankets, full bed aire, either tan
or grey, good weight. Our Beat
$1.25 Value. This Sale 89o
Our MEN'S SUITS and
OVERCOATS soJd regu
larly at from $10.00 to
$50.00, uo w, at
$5 to $25
All Alterations Free
Slightly Mussed and Soiled by
Holiday Handling, some used
for decorating purpose, all on
sale, Thursday at 3 and 5
No matier what pat of tha
do:i town district you
i nance to ba In there's a
Boston Lunch close at hand.
Theso excellent eating
places occupy locations
carefully selected for that
particular reason. The fare
is fine, the service. Quick
and eaxy to "Ind.
The Eoston Lunch
lfia raraam Street
1408 raraam Street
1408 Soaflas Street
gHjan-jf: a a n a. m n rnmu mm. m-. mrm. ".,.g;;m-a
FIGHT WITH NATIONAL UNION
OmaJia Metal Workers Ask Account
ing Row Raised.
IN COURT TO PROTECT CHARTER
Temporary lajanrtlon la lasaeil l7
Jadae Srmrm In lrtrat Officers
Irani TikUi Attloa In He
Saltation Aaalnet Local.
reply to a move made by the Omaha union
In sending out clrculara to the 15,000 mem
bers of the local unions of the country call
Ins attention to the refusal of the national
officers to render an Itemised account.
Taft's Dental Roims
Temporary injunction retralnlna the na
tional offliers of t tie Sheet Metal Workers'
union from tnkina ukiv tha t-harter of the
Omaha organization Issued by Judge j
fleaia Wednesday. The restraining older
is the flrt l-Sil step In v. hat promlsei
be a Ions battle between the Omaha union
and (he national organization over the
I ax ( tnamlal accountintf of the natlpnal
officers. ' s".
Juid Jacobaen. a member or the local
uaion. Is the plaintiff in the action, but
he acts as representative of all the local
members. The defendants named In the
petition are the Amalgamated Sheet Metal
Intel national alliance. Its president. M
O'Siillivan. and its aecretsr.v. John K. Hray.
J. I.. O'Neal la the secretary of the Omaha
local. It la the alleged unatlafactory atti
tude of O'Puillvan and Hray towards
O Ncal's Inquiries, made on behalf of the
local, that has resulted In the titiuble be
tnnn the national body and the local.
Mtatenivnta of the financial affairs of the
union b the national officers, received
be.rv were not satisfactory
of the Omaha union. Thev wrote to the
nation I officers auk Inn fur an Itemised
tatrment and received nu reply.
Rumors and threats of the cane Hat ion
of the charier of the Omaha union led the
tifficere to seek protection of the courts.
WESTERN UNION LOANS MONEY
Will Advance Money to Its Kinnlorea
M Itannt latereat, He raid
Back In Inala llmenls.
Loan sharks are hit by the etablishmnt
hv the Western l'"'on Telegraph company
of a system of lea f ; money to needy ern
ployes and permiu.njt them to repay the
borrowed sums In small installments. Em
ployes will not be required to pay IntereM.
Kealiilnjt that Its salaried employes who
own no real estate or o'her property upon
which they could secure loans at reasona
ble rates occasionally are In need of money
and are driven Into the clutches of usurious
money lenders, the telesrsth company will
advance money to the extent of one
month's salary in cases in which the
would-be borrowers are worthy and the
money Is needed for good purpose. The
borrowed sums all! be repaid In ten eiual
payments, one or two a month.
Ordinal and Genulnt
Tht Feodrfrink for All Agas.
More healthful than Tea of Coffee.
Agreci with the weakest digestion.
Delicious, invigorating and nutritious.
Rich milk, malted grain, powder form.
A. quick hnch prtp&red ia a minute.
Take no substitute. Ak for HORUCK'S.
irX Othrr rrr r :fion
Make your home comfortable this cold weather by
Sunderland Certified Coal
We offer 31 KINDS (all certified) some one of which
is specially suited to make your house as warm as
Splendid Hard Coal
All regular sizes and two extra sizes No. 4 and
Buckwheat. Order a supply to finish the winter.
Economy Lump, Egg, Nut
The most serviceable, satisfying soft coal, and
by all means the most economical. Price $7.00.
Our Guarantee Certificate
is attached to each delivery ticket. It makes us re
sponsible; it makes our teamsters careful; it makes
vou safe and satisfied.
MORE GAS STRUCK IN WYOMING j
Tern, .f I ,t.n Ha. Hare .f u4
lllnutlnatlnsl l.ooV I
far (oal. I
are invaluable to sufferers fretn chronic tunc
trouble. Bronchitis and Asthma. Thev are in
convenient form ard afford immediate and
grateful relief. Warranted free from opiates
er anything harmful.
Price, aSc. BOc mmi 1.00. 5 pie free
John I. ftrewa aV So Boatoa. Miu.
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s v lui uwjr j L.
Douglas 252 A-1252
Ko. liOth St.
Xo. 24th St.
I o fifty feet he found coal fas Issuing
(from the at ell. The gas when i-ol!eited
I burned ery well, floninir In a small urn '
I steady stream. Kxplorailona for cual air
1i k l.-irln (in I h. vroliml In I h. n mr
While he I .....
ua In f . w . 1 I . . ...... . . .lUlliTr.
..w., i niifu a iiny-root i
aell where I a that burned with a clear . j v I
rame had been struck In the last week. j r bruifed by a fall, api-lv Hu
1 ' 1 1 S r I . a Tniiti. m m-1l . .. i j . I
. ira nln hale. I urea burns, mm
1. flem lieaver. general colonization
I agent of the Hurlinaton lines, returned tr
to the officers Umisha Wednesday with reports of more
natural teas struck In. Wyoming
EXPRESSMEN'S DELIVERY CO.
FIRE PROOF STORAGE
IVIOVIINJG VANS, FURNITURE
Packing, Elangnge -Del Ivci y
Cify Office: 2IG Sd. I7lh Sh e mtm st, sida
well for water in the center f u.,..
wiwis aiiaru uwve wiui iu ,iue tow n ot iptcB, but when he got dowa
Di es. Guaranteed.
by Beaton l'ruf Co.
The Bee Prints the News
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vtvs ur ran '8ar'nS Sale of
pnnTC nnn srnno
'Y& NOW IN FULL BLAST
Vi'V' -."n Lailips' Oup-ricoe ranania Srrgo Silk
and Poplin Hressea, mude In nil the now
.itirl la to styles, all colors and slzra; some
worth as high as $25.00. Your choir
l.)0 I.adfps' Suits, made up In all the latr-st
styles and materials, Skinner Bailn Lin
ing, worth tip to 30.00. Your choir -
You rliolre of any Coat In the hotist, at
Half Price and Less.
Your choice of all our Futh at Hnlf
All Fur Coats, at Half Price and less.
Are A Big Lot of Special
Offerings for Thursday
100 I,adlos" Long Silk Kimonos, worth $7.60. Special
Ladies' Press Skirts, made of fine voiles, panamas
and fancies, worth to $10.00. Special prlre, g-4.)5
Indies' Long Challle Kimonos, regular $1.50 values.
Special price, at 85
One lot of Children's Curly Hear Skin Coats, sold as
high as $4.00; ages 1 to 5. Special price, at $1,50
Ladies' Silk Underskirts, all styles and colors, worth
up to $7.60. Special price, at $3.05
Children's Coats, that sold up to $10.00. A grent as
sortment. Special price, Thursday, at . . . . Rft )
.larked Reductions and Liberal As
sortments Filalce a Brisk Response
These six bargains will be snapped up quickly,
early if you expect first choice:
ladles' Combination Suits, Clowns S'ld
f-klrth, In lice and embroidery tilm
med, worth up to 12.50, now
at ago and 49c
Ladies' Skirts. Qnwn, Combination
Suits, lace or embroidery trimmed,
worth up to $8.0(i, now
at $2.98, il.SS and $1.50
Ladles' Stockings, In Mark and colors,
merrerlr.ed lisle and fine cashmere,
worth $1.00, now, at.. 85c and ISO
We are clnslna; out all Ladle. and
Mlaaea' Sweater Coat, thnt sold up
to Jb.00, all colors and xlr.es
lit .83.45, (1.85 and tl.OO
Ladles' .Teraey Ribbed Vcats and
I'anls, in whit, grey and ecru col
ora: extr or regular sizeM. worth to
$1.00, at 49o, 35o and BSo
Ladles' Silk and Wool, Long Sleeve
and Vesta, tti white, pink and blue,
worth up to $3.00, nt BUO
250 Trimmed Hats, in all the mid winter
styles and colors, values up to $15.00.
Thursday at $2.50
250 Trimmed Hats, slightly soiled, all
colors and styles. Thursday at $1.00
350 Untrimmed Shapes, in velvets and
satins. Thursdav at C9c
,50 Plumes, all colors, Thursday,
Hair Goods Salo
A big special sale on Switches,' Tuff,
All Colors, 20 and 22 -Inch Switches, each fl.00
J3 00 Full Sized Puffs, each $1.00
lixtra Quality Switches In II, 2 and HS-lm-h
lengtliH, each, nt $1.50, 98.00, $4.85, 83.75,
3.00, $3.60, $4.00, $5.00, $8.00, $7.00, $9.00,
$13.00 and $18.00
Switches made to order lo match any sample
PEARL BUTTON SALE
10c Pearl Buttons, per dozen 8'tO
$1.00 DRESS TRIMMINGS 29c
A complete line of Bands and Ualoons. In
Persian and iluln colors, regulur luc and
$1.00 a yard. Sale price, per yard 89o
Extra Specials for Thursday
12',, c India Llnon to
15c India Llnon lOo
lGc India Llnon 740
Knglish Long Cloth, by the 12-yard
Fine Goods, worth $1 .50. per bolt, 89o
f'ino Oo--d8, worth $1.75, per bolt, 98c
Fine tioods, worth 12.00, bolt. $1.19
Fine Uoods, worth (2. DO, bolt, $1.38
15o Turkish Towels loo
He Turkish Towels 18Hc
2Rc Turkish Towels 15o
st Bo, 7 i,0, I'io, 10c, 184o, 15o
Beat I3(itl.-te. that whs ever
made, all colors, figures and plain,
arpolutely fast colors; tuaniiileed
to wear, per yard, at 15o
1S1I New iMerceiized l'oulanlf". bc.iu
llful fnst colors, rent designs,
worth 25c, at 180
Closing out all Winter Wool Dress
Goods and Fall Novelties
$1.00 (Joods, at 7Co
$I.2R rioralu, t 880
11. R0 floods, nt 90 o
(2.00 Goods, at $1.35
And so along the linn.
KXTKA Sl'KOIALS IN Ol II HIGH GK.VI'i:
tX)R THl'HSDAV'S HKLLIXG
Pure Linen Table Damask, full bleached, worth 7!c yard, Thursday,
at, per jard 50
Ture Iint;n Silver Bleached Pattern Clothe, size SxlO. worth $.5.75,
Thursday, at, each $2.U5
Huck Towels, good size, colored borders, worth IH'jc, Thursday, at,
each 7 5f
Hemstitched Huck Towels, German nianuf'-icturc, worth l'9c, Thurs
day, at, each . 15.
Hemmed Hfd Spreads, full size, wonh $1.15, 'I'll ui.sdtiy, aclt s;
L' rgc eizo Turkish Path Towels, worth 59c, Thursday, e ah . . . .J;f
Money Saved ia Money Earned. You Save 25 Per Cent to
50 Per Cent on Your Grocery Bill, Trading at Hayden'3
L0 Ibe. B -l Granulated Sugar. .. .VXo
S-lb. H!'ks, licst High i'utent h'lour.
nothing flier miytwieie for . . . . 1 1.0
sack: sale price $!.('
9 llais iilarnond l or Heat "Km All
tOILP 2 iC
I'l lbs. Hesl lli'lled Ilreakfast oaluieal.
10 ibr. Het White ir Yellow l.'orn-
i lbs. Gooit Jhii.iii Itice
t ic nkg . G'dden l'l Ma -aroni.
I-;. (. ('ion t-'laiven. .kg
1-10. uns. As-oit"d riouiia.....
I. ii l.u SciMiiiiig Sonpf, per can.
l.avallne 1'oiisMlng I'uinler. 3
Veist Ffuic. ilii
t ll.s. Heat Hulk Laundry Starch .. 2.c
K il."K.s. ( 'oinieiiHd Mince Meat . . . . :'-"c
Fancy M.iir Feacliea, per lb 25c
' ancy .Mu.-.atel liiolilna UalHlns. fi
ll). ' ""'
I i'. v "eaod 'un i Hi s. Jer l . . . . I 0c
Butter, Chens and Buttarlr.t.
I'.c.iy N". I ' ifHiufi;- Huttei. lb..
. . 1 !
. . I "C
. . 1 )c
l aney No. 1 'oiint i y' Hit 1 1, i , it,.
l ancy No. 1 Laity Miittur, per II. " ..-I-ancy
I-ull t'rHin la.-ouil n CIneM-,
, Pr Is,:
1-ancy Full Cream oung Aun-ri.-.i
t liese. per lb .
rraah Vsgatablsa at H.diit i.
In (lie talk of ( in, aha
3 hunches Hothouse 1: i lio.ies
.". bunches Fiolhiiir... I.euf I ..-1 1 ' , . e . . :
l.aigw Head LettiK . , eu-h i c
l leMli HeetM. ' ;t inn.-:. I'-in ,n m',l
j Shu I lot n (i,.
Old IllVlH, Tllllllll. Clllllll, I'lllHll! .-.
! per lb !'..,
j Fancy 'HblMKe. .er II. i,..r
Fancy Jets.; .cct I . I ;i : .i. .i ,et- II,,
i-'aiU'S l-lb. I'uxes HolliuUNe MiikIi-
I llillil:ir.l SouMh, ;.cr ll, I'.,-
j I. ii Re Graii Fruit, cm: ';.
' Highland Mtvol Oranges.
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