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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 2, 1911)
THE BIIE: OMAHA, THURSDAY, XOVEMHKK 2, 1911.
Announce to their out-of-town
The Most Extraordinary
ii y via
Ever Held in the West
Wo Bought the Entire Rug Stock
From a Prominent Retailer
Retiring From Business.
We secured the entire stock at
a jacrifice of thousands of dollars
less than the ordinary market price.
All the goods are new and desirable
in fact we have never known of
such high quality rugs to be bought
or sold so cheaply.
The Bargains are
Seamless Wilton (TA fQ
Velvet Rugs . . . ty&y.yw
Regularly Worth $55.00 and $00.00.
Wilton Rugs . .
Regularly Worth $30.00.
$25.00 Room Sizo Brussels Rugs $12.98
$18.00 Room Sizo Brussels Rugs .$7.98
$9.C0 Axminster Rugs $4.98
And Other Bargains Equally as Great
H, MONDAY Nr
YOU CAN SAVE THE EXPENSES OF YOUR
TRIP TO OMAHA.
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Shopper's Light Luncheon a Speciality.
Try Onr Hot Chocolate With Whipped Cream, Be.
Boys Suits ? Overcoats in
a Special Selling Thursday
At this store ytm will find all kinds of
all wool suits and overcoats for both big
and little boys. And the prices are always
little no matter how big tho garment may
be. These Thursday specials are the result
of the season's heavy selling.
Suits Worth to $4.50 at $2.98
Knickerbocker etyles of the very best all wool
fabrics in medium and dark patterns that are
splendidly adapted to school wear. Many have an
extra pair of pants to match and they will fit boys
from eight to seventeen years of age. Up to $4.60
values, Thursday, $2.98.
Up to $4.00 Overcoats at
$1.98 and $2.98
These are made of Krey, brown or blue all wool
materials and have either military or the popular
combination collars. All sites from 2 to 17 years
divided Into two groups to make the selection
and selling easier and priced respectively at $1.93
A Great ' Shoe Bargain
300 Pairs of Women's Tan Rwsia Calf Shots in
a Special Selling Thursday Only
These shoes are thoroughly well made
from good, honest leathers-as every shoe
must be that comes into the Bennett store.
lG-button styles with wide toes, Bhort
vamps and arches that fit tho instep
snugly and support the foot where it
needs it the most.
at . , . .
Do not miss this sale for sty
lish tan shoes are hard to get
at any price this season.
Splendid Siik Brocaded Corsets,
$1.49 and $2,49 Thursday
Formerly these corsets have been selling at $3.60
to $8.00. Prices would not be reduced now if it
were not for the fact that model slzea have become
All are clean, fresh stock in high bust and medium
long hip styles, dalntly trimmed with Valenciennes
lace, boned with extra quality non-rustable boning
and supplied with specially good hose supporters.
Regular $3.60 to $8.00 values, Thursday, or while
they last, in two lots at $1.49 and $2.49 for your
$1.00 to $2.50 Corsets at 89c
This lot is composed of a variety of extra long hip
models in strictly up-to-the-minute styles taken from
our regular stocks. All sizes in the assortment. $1.00,
$1.60 and $2.50 values, for Thursday only, 89c.
The Most Wanted Black Silks
Undcrpriced for Thursday Only
All are guaranteed to wear properly and give satisfaction.
$1.35, 3G-inch black taffeta silks.
$1.25, 3G-inch black peau de soie. . , .
3i-incn black messanne silks. i
$1.23, SG-inch black peau de cygne. .
$1.35, 36-inch black satin duchess..
$2 Polo Cloths at $1.50
The polo cloths in this offer
come in plain London smoke and
leather shades only. Their equal
can bo found at no other place for
less than $2.00 the yard com
parison has proven it. Full 64
Inches wide and very specially
priced at $1.60 the yard.
Plain Serges at 39c
This is a most satisfactory
all wool serge specially adapted
to woman's dresses for street and
travel wear and children's school
dresses. It comes in fifty dif
ferent shades and colorings, is
full 36 Inches wide a great
bargain at 69c the yard.
NOTICE (Coal Consumers)
' Beginning November 1, we will deliver In Omaha, East Omaha,
South Omaha, Uensr.n and Florence clean hand-scroened SPE
CIALTY LUMP COAL AT $4.25 per tou. We are sole agents tor
this SPECIALTY LUMP COAI.
We also handle all other kinds at CUT PRICES. All our coal
la iiiiuur CuVr Cnii iia up.
We can deliver promptly.
ROSENBLATT'S GUT PRICE COAL CO.
.12:1.1 NWhoUs St.
(THE IfUMK OV VU.-UJTV COAL)
YOU CAN HAVE HEALTHY HAIR, USE VYETH'S
SAGE AfiD SULPHUR, A HARMLESS REMEDY
What a pity It is to observe so many
puopl wltt) thin ar.J fuded hair an J
1 1 mi realize that the inut of Iheae peo
ple might have a flue, healthy head of
hair If they would but use the simple
'sate tea" of our grandmothers, com
bined with other Ingredlvrits tor restor
ing and prexorvln the hair. No one,
young or old, need have It ray hair, weak.
U In or Jailing hair, dandruff or ary
"trouble of the aort If they would hut
use Wyeth's Cage and Sulphur Hair
I'.einedy. On tne contrary. It lr pons' tie
Ij have heakhy, vigorous hair, of per
:t color, by a few applications of this
Wyeth's fiaite and Rulnh... n.i.
edy o,ulikly i oniovea dandruff, leaves
the aialp clean and healthy, proavlea
the growth ot the hair and restore tho
natural color of th ..i- - i.i. v. . . .
come faded or gray. It la a clean, whole.
umo uressiiig. wnicb may be used at
any time and with perfect aafety. Ikii't
neglect your hair. btart today with
Wyeth'a Kage and Sulphur.
This preparation Is offered to tl e
public at fifty cents a bottle, and Is
recommended and sold by all druggist .
Kpeclal agent. Sherman McConnell
letli and Hartley Bts., tb ad UodKe
Free Land Information
The Twentieth Century Farmer, to meet the demand
of its. readers for land information, has gathered and
compiled data on soils, climate and fanning conditions
in all parts of the country. It is willing to give out this
information,1 free, if postage is sent with inquiry.
Do You Want to Know
About government land laws, location of land of
How to get irrigation lands, location of projects,
!uws governing buiue, etc.
Best sections for fruit growing, general farming,
stock raising or dairying.
Your questions will get prompt attention. Stato
plainly and specifically what you want to know. "Write,
Land Information Bureau
The Twentieth Century Farmer
OST-High Grade Furs
Corner iiOth aud Farnam.
Telephone Douglas 30to.
Comic Section ' With Uappy Hooligan. Little
rr O J T Nemo, the Katzenjammer Kids
1 he Olinaay JdCC and thewhoU interesting tomb
Policemen I Mailcarricrs
We have a shoe specially de
signed for the man who does a
great deal of walking or Is on
bis feet a great deal.
They are unequaled for com
fort and wear. We have cus
tomers who get from 12 to 18
month's wear out of these shoes.
They are made of plump glaz
ed kid best quality kid lined,
foot formed laRt, double soled to
heel with double steel shanks,
sole waterproof, best quality of
oak sole used. Price
Drexel Shoe Co.
1419 Farmam St.
JJWWgJ, fTOC!rg, QKJrtUj
BOO Bu. Fancy Potatoes, per
bu. (by the sack) . . . .$1.00
3 Stalks Celery lOo
Cooking Apples, per peck,
20c; per bushel T5c
Black Walnuts, per peck 40c
New Chestnuts, per lb., ,20c
New v Cooking Figs, per
50c Jar Olives ,35c
m New Buckwheat, sack
at 2ftc and 50c
J Vermont or Ohio Maple
V Bugar, per pound 15c
rt 15c Imported Sardines, per
V tln ...c
1 8 Cakes "Magic Washer"
$ Soap 25c
V 3 PkKS. Corn Flakoa. . 2Sp
CtV& JWrtj C frlrVUJ
- THE OMAHA BEE
prints clean news and clean advertising.
BABOAIW MAT. TODAY, 330 to 81.O0
ronlfht I.ast Tim
or Tin oinii aits nova show
"OVER THE RIVER."
TSVSSSAY AMD rBEDAT
Montgomery and Stone, in
THElm BEST MUSXCA& SUCCESS
"THE OLD TOWN"
STABTIHO NEXT SUVDAT
Popular Matin Wsdnssday
3 OKU O. riSHEa. yranf
THE j PISTIHTCT MQYEI,tTJ
R E O ht O
Touifht, Matins Saturday
1 MTDSIOAb COMEDY OT COILXOX
NEXT SUNDAY AMD MOJTBAY
Vrl-Star Cast lu
JIM THE PENMAN
Ssata Kow Sailing-.
Matin XTry Day 8:15. Ssarv Klirht
US. Adyaud VaadsTill. Amslla
a tun and Aruiaud JLaliass Planophiiaa
tlnstrls; . Moroy Caaiij Laudr D
Curaova and Company Xllaa Morris;
Buby Jtymond and Company! X Vol
1'rlo) kviutooop Orpucdiit Cone, t
Orcliictra. Prices! Klyhtt 10c, eo
7 So. Matin, lOo, bast aata ai&o, jT
cit Satuxttay and Sunday.
"Omaha's Tun Center."
Dally Mat., 15-35-80
"The Knickerbockers" .Zt
SXTKAVAOAsTSA AD VAUDEVILLE
8ltiiillil ullo -intl I reitiukt Chorus lnU
Seajiun. The worl J-lnlere.st event, Tlie
L.ov Kltta. lubt bow anU when to de
Ladles' Dim Matlu Zvry Wsk Day.
Matin Today 9:30; Toulvht, S;30.
Sst Sts Eto. Mo nlg-her
FOLLIES OF THE DAY
and XILUI DB LHOB
-.ilE GIBX 1ST BLU1
(Tryoot) for Amauars, Prl. Slut.
r.stllea mm Matin.
Tomf-a Matin Today
raiCSi 5o Oaf LY
MliS EVA LAb and th
WOOfiWAIO 8TOOK COMPAaTY
la Eiu Walter's Play oi
Xfil Wk Til f.xat Comedy of muy
The Last. 3 Day
Of Our Great Sale.
Your chance to supply your wants with
winter apparel for lesS money than you have
ever bought before is right now. Come
any day this week.
Here is only a few of the bargains this Great Sale has in
store for you. IF YOU WANT TO BE SAYIXG COME TO
Cor. 13th and Farnam
Ladles' and Misses' New Novelty Coals Just Raceired, so on sale Today
lift, $12.50 ani
$15 Iadle' and
Caracul Coats at
SS.95, 97.99 and
(10, $12. B0 and
$15 Men's and
Young Men's ov
96.95 And 58.93.
Boys' and Girls'
sells at 12 4c.
ly sell at 10c.
n .... ....
tor less money
Sett 51.98, $3.96
and 94.95. Worth
double the price-
11.98, 93-45, 93.95
and 93.95 In all
the new styles
Children's a 1 I
HHually sell at
bOo and 5c. at
Men's to hand
Men's ISo hand
Ii a d 1 i' and
Misses' Hats, at
J90. 980, 91.45,
11.95 and 93.95.
nen, women and
;lally priced for
the three last
days of sale.
Ulen's $1.50 In
Ion suits, Onelta
nulls, 1 1 e e c e
Men's , f 2 Wool
1.25 for ...690
for , . . .980
Wen's and young
95.50 96.75 $8.95
ill wool serge
and fine silk, at
(4.95, 95.95 and
ly soiled 15c
Wen's 76c heavy
ribbed and flan
11.25 ladles'' fine
Oloves, as long
as they fi(f.
last pr. ..uf'-'
6o Notions, such
safety ptns, - g
hair pins ..J-V
Odds and ends
of men's all
to . $1.60..
fleece lined un
11.95 93.89 93.95
ind 93.95. A big
8o and $1.69.
Men's and Wo
men s H h o es,
worth 12.00, at
11.15 and 91-3
T"i Beautiful tallor-
worth up Qfln
to 1.75 -OUK
fleece, lined Un
Bags, at OL
KU wool Blank
sts, per pair at
$1.98 93.45 93-99
with men's hose
it 3c, 7o and lie
Shanters fo. la
dies,' . girls' and
lined or white
foot hose, worth
$3.60 extra wide
and good taffeta
silk Fet- G-4)9
j a d l ' and
Misses . Sweater
Ofrls' fine rib
bed . hose, per
75c men's heavy
flced " "y
phaT llCjar. 95C
Coats at 45o,
89 and 91.79.
Remember Thursday, Friday and Saturday are positively the
Last Days of this GREAT BARGAIN SALE.
Cor. 13th and Farnam
THE STORE FOR THE PEOPLE
IV'af ' '"' ' 1
The Coal Dealer
"Let's see, you had two tons last month, Mr.
Brown.. Did you have enough!"
"Duplicate last month's order all right! Thank
you very much."
. The progressive coal dealer does all his selling by
telephone, because It save hla time H neU u hit cus
tomer's, and is Just as satisfactory.
Hell Service, both local and long distance,' has mod.
ernlzed baying n well as selling methods for up-to-date
NEBRASKA TELEPHONE CO.
A. F. McAdams. Omaha Manager
Sunkist California Wines
Sunkist, full quart 50c
Just a word about whiskies.
Jack Daw Rye, bottled in
bond,. full quart $1.25
Tennessee White Com
(moonshine) full quart. 75c
Tennessee White Corn
(moonshine) gallon. . .$2.50
Most any standard bottled in
bond brand $1.00
We give green trading
Prompt Delivery. lkth I'hones.
't X. lOlli St, Upp 1. O.
Where to Find the Bee la
New York City, N. Y.
Arthur Hotalin, Grand Central
Depot News Stand, Aator Housa.
Harry 3. Schults. Grand Central
Tyson Co'a Nsws Stands,
Hotl Koirkcrbockw Korfm Heuw
linp.rl.1 Hottl olUa Hotel
Murray Hotol Blraal
Urana L'nlaa Kotd WXdarl-Altorls
i airs uentai Rcosia
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