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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 31, 1911)
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The Blanket Sale
It wns impossible to plnce tlio entire ntook on sale
today, so tomorrow we put out n number of new lots
lit hnrain prices that are bound to astonish.
Never in our history have we been able to give the
people of this vicinity bargains of such sterling worth.
One Immense Lot of Nearly Four Thousand Single
Blankets in 11-4 and 12-4 Sizes. They are all wool
nml worth $J.fK) u pair. They are wnjrle and CQn
o at, each U VC
Otm lot, ntrtrtly nil wool, tan, . n lot of rtlra heavy Plalil
KlankctM, will 6 4 ftQ ' IflajiUrta mm Kuinr te f nn
,4l(j l he sold tomorrow, nr. ilD7
At $5.00 a Pair
' be aold tomorrow, pr.
"We are oinp; to sell an im
mense, lot of the Inchest
pjade blankets made, in extrn large sizes and beauti
ful borders. They are worth up to $,5.00 n pair.
.Some of them with satin liriding;made to Q O
be used singly. They go nt, a pair O
ONE BIO LOT OF COLORED CRIB BLANKETS
"With Teddy Hears, chickens, etc the kind that are
always priced nt 50c nnd 59c, are going nt,
One big lot of Crib Ulankets that you often see priced
at 50c nnd 25c ench will go Tuesday as long 5
as 1,000 of them will Iast-nt, each OC
Free Instructions in Crocheting and Knitting
FLEISHER'S CELEBRATED YARNS
Tha immense Interest taken by tha Omaha women In thl
yarn demonstration baa decided ns to continue it for a short time
The crocheting and knitting of sweater, slipper, shawls,
Uxjuea. college and Indian robes, etc., will be rreely explained
Come and stay until you have learned thoroughly every stitch
We Announce for Next Monday, Not. 6th
ine Greatest bale of Rugs
Ever Held by Any Store Anywhere
This was a gTcat retail stock of rugs, purchased
from a largo eastern dry goods store which discon
tinued the handling of ruga. Innsmueh as tho firm re
mains in business in other lines we nro under ngrcement
not to advertise the namo. Tho bargains wo secured in
this stock nro certainly tho most remarkable in our
Nearly Our Entire 3d Floor Devoted to This Sale.
85 clerks to wait on you. Kugs displayed as only
Brandeis can show them. No waits. No crowdinir
fVf oi.ij itizs lis liiu wiliDUW DISPLAYS
f Hundreds are stopping to marvel at the great
U bargains in tho Douglas street nnd 16th street windows.
Next IJondav nt RmnrW
YOUTHS ADMITMANY THEFTS
toony Burglars Confeii to Police a
Series of Bold Crimes.
SPECIALTY IS BOBBING STORES
Ed O'llrm Hawarnl Chester, Ar-
' rest air Detectives Maadarr
. ' Aecaa4 ( Hubklasy Mer.
eaaat am Karaaaa l.
Ed O'ilcrn and Homer Cheater, two
boya. wera arrested by the police Mon
day morning charged with breaking am
entering the Katchford Co. grocery
(ore at 81X7 Farnam street Bunday night.
The boya were arrested in their liomea
by Detectives IHinn and Fleming, and
after aevrra questioning, confessed not
opty to the Katchford burglary laat nig lit,
but (even other elnra October JO.
Tba boya have been terrortilng grocers
'for the last two weeks wtlh threatening
letters signed "The Four liandlts." de
manding that the storekeepers kee their
store unlocked at nights In ordrr that
tbera would be no trouble whe-n the
places were visited. On October SJ the
two boya entered the atore of 11. A. Bell,
83S1 Farnam street, where they had pre
viously sent a luttr. When they found
no cash available, they took a rase of
tuf, smashed some on the floor and
threw the ret against the walls and
windows. After doing much damage they
alole about fifty cakes of awert chocolate
and maple sugar and then left the fol
lowing note on the rash register: "Leave
jour money where we run find It and we
a 111 not dp so much damage, Hlgned,
The Four Bandit."
The two boya oonfrased to the following
robberies besides the Katchford Grocery
company: Went End Market. Fortieth
and Dodge streets. October S3; Jacob
JAastlau. Farnam street. October
3r H. A. Bella, tatii Farnam etreet. Oo
tober ; Heury Blchele. Twenty eighth
and Kodge streeta. October JO; Butt s
Orocery company, Thlrty.slxtli and Far
nam -streets. October ti. Koaanbloom
Bros.. October ; Chapman Bros.. Twen-ly-nlnth
and Leavenworth streets. Oc'
When taken to the station th boys put
up a brave front and said they did not
cars how long they had to stay In Jail
OHern Is 14 years old and Chester 14
years old. They will be turned over to
the juvenile officers Tueeday.
Old Friends Follow
Body to the Grave
Several women whom Anna Wilson had
encouraged to leave the life of tb. rull
light and whn ,u. .
... - uyiih respect
able lives were among the mourners at
I ha funeral of Mies VIIon Sumtav at
Iter ipuldtiice In Kouni. ii... ....
- ' ' . 1 I It I u
were alo present a number of old sot.
tiers and thvlr wives, who knew Mine
W llson In the early .lv- i.i. ....
- " - tiiruua
or Pan Allen, her common law hu.buml
no oiminee and professional men who
ave handled her lnv..im ...... ... .
- - - nvs II villi
among the friends of lar. A'ien. Manv
flowers were laid about th i... '.
T. J Muckay read a part of the Kpiscopa'l
"u.. eervK-e. epoke upon preparation for
death and read two poems, one concern-
a me aiagoaiene at heaven's gate and
the other concerning thu m. ,i. .......
. .. ..u .iiuum
east the first .toi . There was no inui,-.
neven carriages! followed the body l,(
rroepect Mill. T-h.r.. it
- ui, uvsiuO
that of Dan Allen, In accordance uitu the
plan mads by Miss Wilson when Alien
s ounea twenty-eeveu er, Bgl). Mu
wnson planned the funeral ru. .
ago, and It was rondurt.l .....nu i
- . J ti.
t-ordance with her wiahea.
Miss Wilson's will Is in i.. ...
soon aa her attornev. v. J r..n j...
poaea of some court matters In which he
Advice to Those of
Baggy Cheek and Chin
(From the Pilgrim Masraaine
Jt the wonuin whoae cheek muscles
are beginning to ug and who by the
sme token In acquiring a 'double chin,
rrm-rnher to keep her head up. Is the
advice of a celebrated beauty expert. Let
htr bathe br face, neck and chin !n a
solution made by dissolving an ounce of
o'lte In a half-pint witch hasel. The
rult will aurprlse her. the lotion being
. quickly effective. This treatment
lightens and reduoea skin and muscles,
also strengthening and toning ' up the
(.line. . . ti
Niiturally the tightening effx-t -dlBner-aes
wrlnkJta and lurroas. The lotion Is
!iy rrfieehiug. li sure to ask tha drug
get lor vha powdered aujtollta. Ad.
U. P. Baggage Office
is Moved to Omaha
The general baggage offices of the
Union Faclfle, which for a number of
years have been situated at Council
Bluffs, have moved into ih ,uu .......
building of the road, Ceorge l Alley,
general naggage agent i.f the Oregon
Short Line, arrived in tha riiv I..-, .... ..
and will take charge of the general bag
gaga office of the I'nlon raclflc. and will
wia ursi or me yesr Im appointed general
baggage master In place 0f Andrew
Tranior, who then retires.
1 V. Carrier, chief clerk of the gen
eral baggage offices. Is slated for assist
ant general baggage agent of tUe com
blned loads January 1.
Pi A i
Wlntrr Ouarterly Htrlr ISooka of
Homei Journal Taftrrna now on aa
IV pattrm, aor.
the Ladlra T
'Three Interesting Paragraphs Covering
Cold Weather W earab.es You Will Like
the Styles and Qualities; the Prices Will
Fine Furs in Single
Pieces and Sets
When you Iniy furs at this store you du not huy
iin unknown fpi.-mtity. "'c guarantee eaeh nnl every
a i 1
pieee we sou to ! exneiiy us
leinesented nl the hes-t possible
to procure nt the juice. It is n
satisfactory service that ha's math"
this' store the leading store in
tins Middle AVest.
At $7.50. $10
$15, $20 and $25
is nn exceptionally large and
satisfying assortment of fur
sets and single pieces ot high
est quality coney, hare,
goat nnd brook mink
skins me d ru m and
large size pillow muffs
and scarfs of every size
and length to meet nil
demands. Your early
insjection is invited.
Reversible Coats at $15.00
One of the fine features of these coats is that they are adjustable
for either street or evening wear. Made of good broadcloths that are
black on one Bide and show a delicate evening shade on the other.
Have deep cuffs, large revers and collars. They will greatly appeal to
the woman who is inclined to be economical In matters of dress.
Messaline and Taffeta Waists
Splendid quality black messallne and taffeta waists tailored in the
mannish styles most in demand for office and street wear. The breast
pocket and cuffa on sleeves help to relieve the otherwise plain tailored
severeness. All sizes at the reasonable price of $3. CO each.
If you would protect your
If your feet are properly pro
tected they won't gft cold. We
have In our
nn nbr.oiute prevention for cold
feet. These tihoes are non-conductors
of heat and cold. Your
feet are at an even temperature
in tliefie shoes. They are made
on a common-sense last and fit
ted with soft, porous-felt cush
ion insoles that give a soft, firm
foundation. The only real cush
ion sole shoe on the market.
Drexel Shoe Co.
1419 Farnam St.
.gWwn.'si m-nwnmai a umaun
Handsomer and more useful than ever
The Bee Building j
On account of changes perfecting the entrance,
the elevators, tho lighting nnd interior decora
tions. The outward appearance could not be
improved, but the location is growing better
and better every day. Think of the advantages
of having nn office in a building that is known,
where your clients can easily find you, and
every convenience is nt your service, then ask
us to show you the available space. You may
find just the kind of quarters you have beeu
Light, janitor service, heat and water are all included
in the rental price of the office. .
Boant 44 Dlrectlv opposite tha new Court Home far I in Farnam St.
Our front offices are much In demand on account of the prominent
location. Tlita room Is 13Hxltt feet in alza, and la subdivided
with frame and glaaa partition, giving two offices In one. K.MituI
price, per nunth 830.00
Soeat no Is a choice corner office having a north and west expoiure.
making this apace attractive at any uuton of the year, on account
of g'J light and ventilation. We will urrunae this space, litxiO,
suluible for ttnaut, and there being a vault in iho room, U affords
extra protection for valuables.
Kent, per month 940.00
Room 0 Is a an. all veil arranged room, facing 17th street, having
splendid light and ventilation. The else of room la vxlt-6.
l;ent, per month 91C.00
Boom 41 Hh a south and west exposure which makes a well lighted
office, lS'txL'O1 feet In alse. We are only asking 7 8u a miimra foot
fir tills MiMtca which la very cheap rent, considering locution and
all convenieniaa furnished by The lee Uulldlng. l'rlce lwr
Boom 44 Fares the east and la ao arranged that by putting In a parti
tion, two desirahlu rooms could be made. There are lii square feet
Kent, per moith 820.00
THE BEE BUILDING CO.
Bee Business Office. 17th and Farnam Sts.
It Is the easleKt thing in the
world to call yourself an "Ex
pert," or "Good" Cleaner and
liyer and make good on about
three jobs out of four, but It
is the fourth job that requires
the real skill and experience.
It contains the spots aud
stains that do not come out
in the wash, and It is a Skill
ful and Experienced Cleaner
who can remove them without
Injury to the color of fabric.
Our continued growth and
success during the past Four
teen years Is evidence of our
ability to "(Jet the Spots" aud
give our patrons first class
and satisfactory Cleaning and
We solicit the business of
those who want the best, and
we guarantee you will get at
"Good Cleaners aud Dyers"
131:1-13-17 Jones Kt.
rhones: 1). I3; Intl. A..1108.
N. B. Out-of-town business
receives prompt attention.
Write for complete price list.
(iL'V LIGGETT, Pie.
Taft's Dedal Rooms
TOMIOsTT and WEOHXSOAT,
Wednesday Matinee, 85o to 81.00
XX TBI! 011. MO BONO SHOW
"OVER THE RIVER."
Thursday and rrlday,
MOBTOOHEBY ABD 8TOHE,
In George Ada's Musical Comedy,
"THE OLD TOWN"
100 PEOPLE 100
Bszt Sunday 4 Says, Wed. Mat.
TBE VEASOrT'S SMARTEST
THE PISTIBCT SOTEtTl
t-'Jiji'ii .i ii eraa
lie Want Adg alaaji bring rtsulta,
GLASSES BROKEN? O
r w t irons ay
J IIS AfaltaWiA A W1IV1VA
1518 SOCOLAS ST.
Street Cars Meet,
Injuring a Student
Tho rcore htfli schcol students had a
mott narrow ecate Monday niornln
when two street cars collided at the ror
inr of Twentieth and Cuming streets and
both cam were badly demolished.
I.uck favored the ntuU.nta, ao that Les
lie Uurkenroad. IMAu North Nineteenth
street, was the only one to be Injured to
any extent, he brlnR badly rut around
the head. Other students bad a bad shak
As the southbound vara have the right,
jf-way at this crossing, the southbound
Dodge street ear kept coming, aa did also
a west bound ear, which should have
stopped, henre the collision. Tha Dodge
street car was In charge ot Motorniati
A. M. Warren and tha other was In
charge (it lluloriuau Uvorge 1'tUu.
Whsa that UtUa
'dealra bug" keeps
a basala' around
yoor ear aaa keeps
m alTu, 'Smoke a
cigar," the a It's
tlute to feel arona 1
year vest pocket
tor a c YstUoX
John's Cigar Store
321 So. 16th St.
Matinee Every Sav S:1S. Erv sit.t
8:16. Advanced Vaudeville. Amelia
btona and Armand X alias ; nanophlsnd
Minstrels; Morny Cash; X.eander Oa
Cordova and Company; Elida Morris;
Xuby Xaymond and Company; Da Tola
Trio; jtmetoscope; Orphsum Coneatt
Orchestra. Prices i Rights 10o,,S5c, 6O0,
V5o- Matinees, 10c, best seats HSo, aa
cspt Saturday and Sunday.
"Omaha's raa Center."
"THE KNICKERBOCKERS'',"? f-
EXTKAVAOAT8A AID TAUDEVlLIiB
Splendid olio nd 1 rettlext Chorum this
Season. Tuei.luy, Ht.ilier 31, 'iloose
Night'' In honor ot liiotlier Itnhof.
Ladies' Dime MatlueaEvory WassTsay.
3 days cominenolnr Thursday Hot. a.
A muslo oUy ol collars Ufa. Prices I
Might. 88, SO, Too. 81; Mat. Sat. 85, Oo
Meat Sunifri.OBEMCB BOBESTI
Our fjreat manufacturers' stock sale continues all the
week. Best bargains in men's, women's and Chil
dren's winter underwear ever shown.
-New line of
lllue Haniit l.
ssftmisas urns ii i " ' " "
$1.C0 Imported French Wool Taffetas at 85c 23 pieces
of finest quality in Mack, navy blue, brown, grays,
wine, reseda, cardinal, tans, etc.; always sold QZn
for $1.00 n yard; in Tuesday sale at, yard 0d
We have jut received our
"new line of Auto Scarfs, also
a Mr pureliaxe of Salesmen's
Sampled which will be placed
on aalo Tuesday.
73c Anto Scarfs at 40
$1.00 Auto Scarfs at. . . .7f)
$1.50 Auto Scarfs at. . ; .JJS
$2.00 Auto Scarfs at 1.25
Other Splendid Bargains at
$1.75 S2.50. $3 $1.75
35c Dress Trimmings,
The greatest value ever offered
in new np-to-ilate poods. No
old pattern nr umleslrable
colors, all tire Jut siu'h goods
an you would regularly l"
pay J5c to R5c yard, on !P
.sato now nt per yard
Beautiful Val. Luces for Holi
Two big Jots Tuesday, regular
10c to 25c values per yard,
at 5 and
$2.00 and $2.25 Bordered and Jacquard Silk Poplins
A special showing of these beautiful dress fabrics, 42
and 4S inches vide, very finest qualities, best QQ
silk bargains of the season; Tuesday, yd vlsO J
SpcciaU in Domestic Room
The Dlanket Sale still con
tinues; prices cut just about
in two from 19c each up to,
" Paf ' 10.50
81-90 Sheets, good for 69c
Tuesday, each 58
4 5-36 Cases, that always sell
for lCc; Tuesday, each, H
No. 11SF Huck Towels, full
size; our 15c towels, Tues
Outing Flannels, Rood and heavy
all colors, neat patterns; at,
a yarl loo
riannslettas good awnortment
nt colors and patterns, yd., lOo
Kxtra Specials on Cotton liuta
Wash Goods Department
Specials for Tuesday
36-tnch Cotton Challies, good
colors and patterns for com
forts, 15c goods; yd., Q
3C-inch Percales, in light and
dark colors, neat patterns;
at, yard 121?
Poplins, In all the newest
shades; at, yard 25
German Eiderdown, good rot
ors, neat patterns, at, yard 88o
Bathrobes, Blanket), good
oar il ..93.50
Cords to mutch 35o
Automobile Rug and Steamer
Kugs from $3 up to $10
jJaby Blbiiketa. . ,50o, 75o and $1
Wonderful Goat Bargain Offerings
In Our Manufacturer's Stock Sale
New lots, that offer you better bar
gain opportunities than in any pre
COATS WORTH UP TO $12.50
Long, black and fancy mixtures, noth
ing ever before offered to
equal them at
$20.00 COATS AT $12.50
Long plush and caracul coats, match
less bargains Tuesday j2 50
At 14.50-A choice iino of long
novelty cloth coats, in all newest mod
els worth almost double sale price.
French Coney Fur
satin lined, up to
$35.00 values, .'JO
French Coney Fur
shawl collar and
value . .
long, at .
Long Flannelette Kimonos,
$1.50 values, in all QQn
colors; on sale at. .wOC
Scores of Special Bargains in Children's Garments.
Ladies' Percale Wrappers,
good assortment of CQ
$1.25 values; choice VvL
IT PAYS YOU TO TRADE AT MYDEN'S FOR GROCERIES
Yon Bavs From 85 to 60 Par Cant on Tour Konsakssplns; Expanses
IS lbh. best granuluted sugar.. 91
9 lbs. beat rolled breakfast oat
9 lbn. bet white of yellow corn
9 bars Diamond C or Beat-'Km-All
3 packages the be-Jt condensed
Mince Meat 85o
6 ll'H. 'ood Japan rice S5o
4 lbs. .v'ancy Japan head rice,
l-lb. cans Campbells Soups... 7HO
Package Corn Starch ao
7 lbs. best bulk laundry atarch 85o
Gallon cans Golden Table syrup, 35c
Lu l.u dimmer, equal to any 10o
aeller, ptr can Ac
McLaren'H Peanut Butter, lb... 15c
Tho best bixla or oyster crackers.
per lb 6o
44 -lb. cans Cobb's Breakfast Co
New Honey, per rack 17lo
7 crnv n llgs, new, per lb 80o
BUTTER, CHEESB and BTTTTESV-
The best Creamery it utter, carton
or bulk, lb aao
The best No. 1 Country Crean.wrv,
bulk, lb 380
The bent No. 1 Dairy Butter, lb 85o
2 lbs. sood Hutltiine a So
Full Cream Wisconsin Cheese, per
riERH VIOBTA1I1' FRICE8
iaa talk or umaha
4 bunclion hre-( KadlsheM So
2 heads l''reBli L,raf lettuce So
2 Soup l)unchei 6c
4 bunches KreHb. lfeet-i So
5 bunches Celery so
2 bunches Oyster I'lant So
Fancy liene"- Caullfkwer, lb.. tSiQ
l-ancy Wax or Oreen He.tiii; lb. 7Uo
4 bunches Fresh Onion So
Heeta, Carrots, Caisnipa or Turnips,
per lb jilC
3 lbs. lemey Sweet Potatoes. .. lOo
utabaxa8, per lb. i'ic
Fancy Cabontte lb IHo
l-Ytncy Cookinx Apples, peck....iSo
Red Onions, jer lb 3V4o
FOR ALU YOUR WANTS
Try HAYDEN'S First
o Street Gar Patrons:
Matins Today slaOj TonirhtTa'Sa"
ets tco. Mo hLrb.r
FOLLIES OF THE DAY
UILI1I XS LIOS
IHsl OIBL IM 1LUI
tadiss' Piina saatUaa.
This company is earnestly endeavoring to
furnish safe, efficient and pleasant trans
portation to its patrons, and, with that end
in view, requests passengers tm report to it
I any inattention to duty or d scourtesy on
the part of employes. -:- -:- -:-
Omaha & Council Bluffs
Street Railway Company
cart cover Omaha with
on paper THE BEE
Toalf-nt Mata. Tnsa., Thura. Bat
rsllCES 5o OSLT
IVA LAKtt and tha
WOOOWUD MOCK COMrAsTT
Xa Euru Wiltar a riajr ot
Tii -l Conip.lv i t Hiih
THE TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
U the Leading Agricultural Journal of tha west. Ita columns are
liliad with tho bbt thought of the day lu matters pertaining to
the (arm. tho ranch ami the orchard, and It Is a (actor iu tha
tleveloi'ioeut of the great westtru country- . .
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