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THE BEE: OMAHA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 10. 1911.
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Great W aist Sale
High Class Waists, Worth Up to $2 and $3, at
BOc and ToC
Thousands of waists of every
desirable kind this seaon. Made
of fine lawn, Swisses, lingerie
cloths, marqnisettes, cotton
voiles, Jap silks, etc.
Many have alloved embroid
ery, others are lace trimmed,
fancy colored trimmed, sailor
collars, jabots, frill fronts, etc.
Also many plain tailored
waists. Actually worth as high
as $2.50 and $3.00, at
50c and 75c
Women's Lingerie and Colored
Also silk dresses. The former
prices aa high as $18. Wash
marquisettes and voiles, fine
ginghams and novelty
materials; great lot, at. . . wO
Wool Skirts at $4.95.
Fine voile, panania, serge aud novelty
cloth gkirts, In women's and missed'
sizes. Every one a deslr-
able style. Worth $7.60
. . to $10.00, at
FINAL CLEARANCE SALE
All Our Summer Shoes
Many of our lines are sold out with the exception of
three or four pairs. These small lots bunched, regardless
of their value, and sold at jnst half or less than half the
former selling price.
THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY
Main Floor Old Store
WOMEN'S OXFORDS, SHOES and PUMPS
Everything we have In the house in White Canvas. Shoes that sold
ui to $-i.oo; also the Ked (. ross brands and everything f Q
v. have in small lots that sold from $3.50 to $5.00 Jk 1 X'l
a 1'air, ut.
WOMEN'S PUMPS and OXFORDS
All our bench made shoes by the best manufacturer
Riieden, buckskins, velvets and satins that
sold from $3.50 to $0.00 a pair
at. '. . ; :
W o ni ri's Patent Kid
Strep Puir.pl Nobby
Ifttle rreti Slippers
for duni'lnx ami rireas:
fliit tailored bown, cel
worth 3. 00.
at ; .
Women's Juliet, Prince
Albert, House 81li
Iers Made by "Ev
ans;" Martha Wash
ington and -other
, brands, worth vup to
. $3.00 a pair, 31.40
W o m e n's Himalaya
Cloth Pumps lu col
ors with tailored
hows. About 100 pair
that sold all season
for $2.00 08
Reduced Prices on Men's Low Shoes
Men's Oxfords Odds
and ends, including
samples from T. D.
Barry are marked
Men's Ix)w Shoes and
RroB., T. D. Barry,
etc.; button and lace,
$6.00 and 4 Of
$6.00 values. JO.dJ
Hoys' Outing Shoes; made of good
strong Elkbkin; athletic style, will
give excellent service, all sizes
worth $2.25 $1.50
Boys' Oxfords In tans and blacks
that are worth up to $3.50 a
pair, all sizes 1.50
Men's $.$.50 Oxfords,
in tans and blacks
Infants' Slippers In tan, black
and white canvas. Everything
we havtt in stock will be marked
at, per pair 75
Barefoot Saiululs for Children
In all sizes; worth from $1.25 to
$1.75 a pair, at, pair 75
GIFFORD PROPERTY IS SOLD
Lots at Serenteenth and Douglas
Bought by Boston Men.
MAY BE SITE OF A NEW HOTEL
1 aorenre Mtaot mm Maee WlUlama,
triittn of Boatoa Groa4 Met
fevmpaay, Par Sam of 8100,
O for tae Property.
Announcement was mada Wednesday by
John McCague of tha McCague Investment
company that the Gtfford property on the
northwest corner of Douglaa and Seven
teenth Btreeta had bean aold, the pur
chasers being Laurence Mlnot and Moaea
Williams. Jr., truateea tor- the Boaton
Ground Kant company of Boaton, Maaa.
The price paid for It waa tHK.OUS and the
deed hea been placed on record.
The property In question la that which.
It had been rumored, had been aold for
fabuloua eume In tha last ftva montha and
upon which a new eighteen story hotel waa
to be erected.
Mr. McCague. speaking of tha deal, said
that the Boatoa company had purchased
with the Idea of ImproTlng It, and al
though they might build a hotel nothing
definite has been planned. Should anyone
wth to build there tha property can be
had on a long lease, and Mr. McCSgue
aid that should nothing develop before
next spring tha new owners will probably
erect soma iclnd of a building upon It.
;The purchasers of tha Glfford property
ate tha aame ho own the property where
tha Kaxton block now lands and aluo val
uable property at Seventeenth aJui Far
nam and Fifteenth and Farnam.
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THE FALL QUARTERLY STYLE BOOK OP THE
LADIES' HOME JOURNAL PATTERNS
IS NOW ON SALE.
The Famous Hamilton-Brown Shoes
in a Special Sale Thursday
We purchased them from a prominent Omaha store that la Clos
ing out Its entire line of women's footwear. The terms
secured were practically of our own making, as Is usually
the case when a store can handle an entire line.
Assortment consists of women's tan Russian calf.
vlct kid and patent colt oxfords, with both high and
'low heels; and several pairs of high shoes.
All $3.00 and $3.50 Values on LA
Sale Thursday at, lie Pair ... Vl.U"
Sale of White Canvas
Pumps and Shoes
One lot of white canvas
pumps with Instep strap, leather
lining, turned soles and leather
nee is, tnat formerly sold at
$2.50 the pair,
200 pairs of 14-Dutton, white
canras shoes with leather heels,
plain toes and short ramps; reg
ular $3.60 values, specially
priced for Thursday,
For Women's Coats Worth $15.00 to $29.50
This Is one of those special bargainings that is mak
ing the later days of the summer season the best days
for you. There are covert coats, tan serge coats, navy
'and black serge coats and gray mixture1 coats in
(weights that will serve you well for a long time to
come. Some are plain tailored, some have sailor col
lars and some have Persian trimmed collars. The
I sale begins with all sizes, but we advise early shopping.
Boys' Clothing Reduced
Supply Vacation Wear and Tear
and Get Ready for School
No careful mother can afford to miss
such good reductions as the boys' store af
There are about 150 boys' Knickerbocker
suits of fine quality all wool materials,
carefully tailored and finished, to sell at
$2.75. None are worth lees than $3.50 and
from that price they range up to $6 In value.
All sizes for boys from 6 to 16 years
Also, for the one day only Thursday we will give
a special discount of ten per cent on every boy's
- Puritan blouse waist In our stock now selling at BOc
One lot of blouse waists that have been selling
at 40c, Thursday, special at 22c each.
Fruits lor Less Thursday and Friday
SALE FEW DAYS
Recent Sensational Sale
Prioes to Hold Good
for Balance of This
A HANDSOME STORE.
Because of a slight delay In the at
rival of certain fixtures. The Hlller
Liquor Co., of li0 Far nam street,
win ba able to quote for the balance
of this wek the Identical sensational
ale prices that hare made their re
cent Remodeling Sale of Liquors the
most talked of of any in recant years.
Therefore, call, write or telephone
for any of the choice llquora you aaw
advertised during the paat few weeks,
and get them at prloes that will not
be duplicated for many a day.
By Saturday next all remodeling
and Improvements will have been
completed, and The Hlller Liquor
Co. 'a establishment, resplendent In
new clothes, will soon make Its bow
to the more discriminating liquor
Further detail a of thla beautiful
new store will be announced In due
time; In the meantime . atock up on
all the liquors you can poaalbly use.
Here are aome of the aatoundin
Kleaa that will be quoted for the
lanoe if thla week only: after that
regular fl-ures will again be In force:
FINBJ CALIFORNIA WINH8. always
selling at 7 Sc. now at, only 48o
CHOICE WINKS that bring 10c In
variably, are going now at to
PUREST WHI8KIES that usually
sell at 1, now selling at. only..o
OLD QTJCKENKBIMER RTB, Cedar
Brook Bourbon and ether well
known brands, now going at. ...880
VIRGINIA DARK WINK and South
ern Bouppernong. that brings 76c
always, go now at, only.. 8o
POMPEIAN ITALIAN OLIVE OIL,
In l size tins, now at, only.... 680
And many other Items as thor
Extra fancy Whitney crab
apples, the market bas
Large, extra fancy can
taloupes, each Be
Home grown jelly grapes,
about half green, the
Fancy potatoes, always 15
lbs. to the peck, Thurs
day, per peck 400
' Advertisers can cover Omaha with oue
aewapijher Tbe Bee
FOR THEIR CONVENTION
Nebraska Association Me4 Here
Dertaxsj Ike First Week la
The Nebraska Association of Abstracters
will hold Its annual convention here Oc
tober 4 and t tor tha first time In tha hla
tor of the organization. Almost every
year Lincoln Is selected aa the meeting
place, but thla year Omaha won out and
will get the convention, which probably
will bring at least a hundred delegates.
The local abstract men held a meeting
Tuesday In the Young Men's Christian as
sociation, at which the following were pres
ent : Harry Reed, John Campbell. S. M.
Saddler. Frank Norton. M. T. Brennln.
Peter Jessen, George Llndsley and J. Fred
Kerr. A committee composed of Mesars.
Kerr, Norton and Campbell was elected to
have charge of all arrangements for the
convention and these gentlemen will Im
mediately busy themselves,
ANOTHER INVITATION. TO TAR
Preslaeat Plckeaa of the Bear 4 of
Goveraora aad the. Nebraska
. Ramaoa has lasued another Invitation to
President Taft to corns to Omaha during
the fall festival. C. H. Plckena, prealdent
of the board of governors, Is la Naw Tork
snd ha has been aaked to go to Washing
ton and together with Senators Brown and
Hitchcock Invite the prealdent to Omaha.
A Crael M Intake
Is to neglect a cold or oough. Dr. King's
Naw Disco vary cures them and prevents
consumption. 60e and 11. 00. For sale by
Beats Drag Co. u
In a class by itself
As an office ding, there is
not another in ie city which
will compare in the solidity and
beauty of construction with
THE BEE BUILDING
Everything has been and is being done to
make this fine building thoroughly comfortable
for tenants who office here. New elevators with
the most modern equipment have been installed,
greatly facilitating the transit of hundreds of passengers
daily. The magnificent court and lobby have been altered
and redecorated, as well as the corridors throughout the
building. It has been the aim of the management to keep a
high class of tenants inv the building and to do that it
necessarily follows that the accomodations must be the
If you are looking for a permanent office, we invite you
to pay us a visit and see for yourself the advantages wo
We list a few offices va-
cant at the present time:
ROOM 840 A very attractive space on the sixth floor, facing Seven
teenth; having In connection a commodious vault which affords
space for stationery, valuable papers, etc. This room rents at,
per month flS.OO
ROOM 548 Was especially designed as a suite desirable for lawyers.
There are three rooms of good size, having solid tile partitions
between all the apartments. The suite Is In the southeast corner
of the building, looking out on Farnam and Seventeenth streets;
Is conveniently located to the elevators and all the court rooms
of .Douglas county, affording every convenience, Per month, tJUOO
HOOM 440 Directly opposite the new Court House facing Farnam
street. Our front offices are much In demand on account of the
prominent location. This room la 13ttxl9ft feet in else, and is
subdivided with frame and glass partition, giving two offices in
one. Rental price, per month 930.00
ROOM 820 Is a choice corner office having a north and west expos
ure making this space attractive at any season of the year on ac
count of good light and ventilation. We will arrange this space.
19x20, suitable for tenant, and there being a vault in the room
It affords extra protection for valuables. Rental, per month $40.00
The Bee Building Company
Bee Businsss Office.
17th and Farnam Sts.
Let Your Feet
You can buy a new pair of low
cuts at Fry'i Clean-Up Bale for
For the man who wears small
snoes, choice of 180 pairs, nr.
value np to $6.00
300 pairs Men's high grade 14.00
and $8.50 Oxfords, f JfT
mall slsea sjleld
IB lines $4.00 and $8. SO low cuts,
tan and black,
Tour choice of 225 pairs Women's
tan and black oxforda and Q
pumpe, small sizes JfJC
160 pairs Women's gray buckskin
and tan low cuts. IIP
values up to $5.00 1.TJ
10 lines regular $3.00 Oxfords and
Pumps, Patent, tan tif Q'
and dull lrd
FRY SHOE CO,
Sixteenth and Douglas
0cRrgk C&Wx (atr$j
roo-o ctDTii fcl
MILLIONAIRES VISIT IN OMAHA
W. H. Crkre an 4 J. C. Alexander
Thronak with Ka mil Ira
In I'rlvat C'ara.
Two private cars containing the families
of W. II. Crocker, multl-mllllonaira of San
Frandncu. and J. C. Alexander, millionaire
of Naw Tork, came In over tha Illinois
Central and went put en the Union Pa
cific's Overland thla morning.
This waa Mr. Alexander'e flrat vteit to
Omaha and he expreaaad hlmaelf as being
delighted with the city. The ride acrosa
western Iowa waa a aurprta to him, he
baying that never in his Ufa had he seen
such fields of corn.
Mr. Crocker states that the prcllmlnarlea
for the expoaltlon to be held In Baa Fran
cises la are movta along rabidly.
The Orman A Crook contracting and
grading outfit, uaad In- the construction
of tha Uella l-'ounJie Dam, will be offerad
for aale at pjl'llc auction at Orman
(twelve mliea from Belle Fourche). Boutn
Dai ota, on Wedneaday, Beptember I, 1H.
at 10 o'clock.
The property to be Bold comprlaea a
vary extensive outfit. Including two ev-enly-flve
ion Vulcan ahovela, fifteen
Davenuort locomotlvea four traction
englnea, alxiy-atx four-yard Weatern
acrapera. concrete nilxera. road ronera,
pumpa, machinery, bulldinga. aupplies, etc.
Complete inventory of the property to
le aold ntay be aeen at the office of tha
Truatnea in Denver, ami the property may
be examined oy applying to the cuamdlan,
V A. Danlela, at Ormun, Mouth Dakota.
Circuiara deacrtblnz the property will be
furniahed on application. The property
will be offered In convenient parcels.
Tenoa of aale, caah.
WXXO.IAM" XV DITTOS, Trostee,
1 I. a a MutMiMK, ZHMMres,
Freeh Fruit and Vegetable
Fancy Crab Apples, peck.. 15c
Fancy Cooking Apples, pk., 20c
2 plain Lettuce Be
Wax or String Beans, quart, Be
Brown's Floor Polishing
Brushes. . ,7Bc, 1, 91.60, 93
$1.00 heavy, well made Clothes
Baskets, each 6 Be
ft 16c Imported French Sardines, Q
It per tin Vc
2 Pkg. Convert Splsbrod. . . .90c
ft 3 cans Ked Cross Mllk....2Bc
New Honey, ner frame. .. .20c
f50c bottle Oalllard's French "
OHto Oil SBo jj
6 cans Luln Scouring Powder
for .BBc fjl
Batter, Eggs and Cheese Dept. '
Strictly Fresh Eggs (from the C
Brandels Model farm) per f
O Our Best Country Butter (In m
Sanitary Jars) per lb 30c
p Domestic Swiss Cheese, lb., 25c "jf
1 50C Jar Queen Olives 85c M
2 Quart Jars Chow Chow or Cel-
O cry Sauce . .20c
QVStrg. QpXKfZ (3rVrjk fKCrwr
at 5 p. m. ex.
at 9 p. m.
.iiibuhj.hu ..j i...imaaaam.anM,i mawaii
at 5 p. m. ex
at 9 p. m.
Men Fall Suits and Goats
A showing of the new fall Forcifrji and
Domestic models that is surpassingly
beautiful and complete.
Beautiful Serge Coats Correct weigh
for early fall wear, made full length, in
all most desirable shades and styles
special values at $10, $12.50, $15
Crown Jewel Suits at $25.00
The first shipment of these always most
popular creations Just received; styles,
materials and finish equal to the usual
$35.00 suits shown always .QC An
one price AJiUU
Hundreds of other beautiful creation
in the fall and winter 1911-12 ideas; man
tailored and finished equal to custom
made garments at greatly under custom
prices. See them.
93.00 Dress Skirts 92.05 Panamas and serges,
In black, navy, gray and white; clever new
styles, at $2.05
Dainty Lingerie Waists To $5.00 values, high
and low neck styles; choice . . ...... .08
Silk Petticoats Black and colors, new effects,
values up to $5.00, at
Tretty Wash Dresses, value np to
97.50, choice, 91.45 Values and
assortments that will astonish
every visitor on Thursday; lots
of new ones Included. . . .$1.45
n w d . it
Children's Fall Jackets To $5.00
values; at, choice 92.08
Values to $7.60; choice, 3.05
Children's Wash Dresses All nob
by new styles, at. . . .Half Price.
Ladlee' linen and Pongee Coats of all kinds at Sweeping Price
Reductions, to close.
20c Embroideries 71c
A full case of 5-yard strip
loom ends of dainty 9-in.
Edges and Bands, 15o
and 25c values, sjj,
at, yard I 8w
50c Belts at 25c
A new line of fine Silk
Elastic Belt 8; they're
well worth 50c; we're go
ing to sell them
Thursday, at . . .
Thursday Specials in
the Domestic Room
Serpentine Crepe, good, long mill
' lengths, sella always 18c, at, per
Everett Dress Ginghams, all new
patterns, at, yard 101
Simpson Prints, at, a yard . . 5?
86-lncb Percales, all neat patterns,
new goods, at, yard 10t
Figured Lawns and Batiste, good
assortment, to close, at yd. 5
Chambray Remnants, good lengths
all colors, at, yard ... 7H
Cotton Challle, good patterna at,
a yard . 5
Good 81x90 Sheets, each.. G5
Good 72x90 Sheets, each .. 48
Good 46x36 Cases, each....
Good 42x36 Cases, each .... Oft
Soecials in High Grade It
Wash Goods .
;A new line of Tolle dn Nord, A.
F. C. and Red Seal Ginghams, all
new patterns, at, a yard, 12 ft
Dress Ginghams, 32 Inches wide,
extra good quality, at, yd. 15
Gallcla Delaine, with fancy bor
ders and all colors, 19c goods,
at, yard '. 15e
Cotton Challle, 36 inches wide, all
new patterns, at a yard! 12)4f
Pompadour Silks, In plain colors,
t, yard 25
Fancy Flowered Silks, neat pat
terns, at, yard . . . 25 ft
Lawns and Batiste, good assort
ment, worth up to 19o, to close,
t, yard iot
Hay den's Make the GROCERY PRICES That Keep Down
the High Cost of Living
When you trade at Hayden's for
groceries you help to fight combina
tion and trust pricea. We fight for
the people not the truat.
near Is going te eavesee. Wheat ad
vanced 4o buaheL Ifivary prospect
of going; higher. Buy now.
48 lb. aack best High Grade Family
Diamond "H" Flour, nothing batter,
per sack $1.15
10 bars Beat 'Em All or Diamond C
7 lba. beet Bulk Laundry Starch S5o
8 lba. best Bulk Rolled Oatmeal 860
lbs. good Japan Rice, 7 Ho quality,
4 lbs. Falcy Japan Rice, lOo quality,
Bromangelon, Jellyoon or Jell-O, par
1 lb. cans Aaaorted Boupa 7Ho
Gallon cans Golden Pumpkin .... 85o
The best domestic Macaroni, pkg. SVfce
OH or Mustard Sardines, can.... 4Vio
10 lb. aacks beat White or Yellow
The Beat Tea 81ftlngs, lb lSHo
The beat Santos Coffee, lb. ...... 80o
is roonti or mow votatobi to
TM VJBGjr, par peek ...7.40o
Daman IS sooads. The law requires it.
Sweet corn, per dozen loo
I heads fresh Cabbage loe
4 buochee fresh Beeta or Carrots... So
1 large graen Peppers. ., ........i. .So
Fancy Wax or Green Beans, lfe. ...15o
1 bunchaa fresh Parsley ....So
2 bunches fresh Celery .So
( bunchaa Kohl Rubbl ao
Fancy Ripe Tomatoes, I lbs. loo
Fresh Pie Plant, lb u0
5 larre Cucumbers for Jo
Fancy Denver Cauliflower, lb....l9Uo
Fancy Denver Pea, quart. .. ...7e
Large Egg Plant, each 7V0
omi imii tom nur
Market basket, Whitney Crab Apples
CAxrroaurxA BeJSTXarrr raajM
Bushel Boxea fancy California Bart-
lett Pears ror Preserving. . .
TRY HAYDEN'S FIRST
P Tafl's Dental Roiids
FOR COUNTY TREASURER.
W. O. URE
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Omaha Gas Co., Omaha
land iriFonr.iATion bureau
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