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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 6, 1911)
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All the Women's
From tlifl Jlarnm Stork.
t a m a m Hi mm a.
.(ll the Wttmrn's Clonks '4
from the names stuck
83.98. S. 96.08 $ !
All lliff KlmoniMi.
All the Cotton Petticoat!, jp
All the Children's iJres' ijJ
All the Women's Silk and Net Waists 3
From the Barnes & Co. Stock, on Sale Tuesday
rli dlSSfe .33K. fjCA S
New Waists of Beautiful Nets, Silks and Laces, worth up to $10.00, at $1.93
lu tho git 'at Uarncs Flock wvrc thousands 'of Wautiful waists inado for faliionahlo
lo and designed in tlif vt-ry latost effects' for fall and winter wear. They nre jpsqui- kL
dress and evening waists, of white and black and every dainty evening shade ijE
1 1 nidc
'if . Mte dress nnu evening waists, ot white ami hlaek and every dainty evening shade J4
y high or )ov necks long or short sleeves highest quality of new f-ilk and net fabrics Ti,
;j ui sniuiunj; iitncitj lucits. tffi y
Vy, Worth $5.00, $8.00 and $10.00 all on sale in our Basement Cloak j JMJ
mum w v
Department, Tuesday, at.
All the Women's Fine Silk Petticoats C$1 QO
Sf From the Barnes Stock, worth ud to $5 each, at WJLvW
ado and finely $4
made to sell up hl
rjj iu ii.ww iu juaacjucui, viuan uvpai iuivui, xueautty, at px,uo
T . Hi.
t! High grade all tilk taffeta nm!. mescaline petticoats, beautifully mad
Jr trimmed, carefully sized, black 'and every color,' all sizes positively
Extraordinary Sale of Notions
,000 boxes, each containing a quantity of notions that, if bought individually, would
cost from $1.00 to $1.2.'), will be sold Tuesday at Notion Dept; at, each box
Each box contains the following articles:
2 cards Hooks and Eyes. (
2 spools of Thread.
1 'paper Machine Noodles. ' '
2 cards Safety, I'jns1 box !Shoe Slacking.
2 spools Machine Twist. "
1 card Celluloid Collar Supports.
1 paper Needles 1 card Pearl IJuttons.
1 Hair Net-2 bolts Tape.
1 Comb 1 Tape Line.
500-yard ppobl Cotton.
1 spool Sewing Silk 1 pair I !uo Laces.
1 bone Crochet Hook.
1 'spool "Working Cotton.
1 spool Darning Cotton and 1 pair Scissors.
Your first name In
full daintily em
broldered on sheer
border; at lij'i'f
W o m e n's English
one-clasp, in new
tans and white
worth $1.25 a pair
all sizes on bar
gain square, at, a
pair .. . .;..85
BQAWDEIS STORES-Hlain Floor
Three Bodies Are
Recovered in Kuins
1 ALBURN. Cal.. Nov. S.-Thre bodle-,l-.av
been recovered from th wreckage
'ot lh Mountain Quarries company'
i,h.1l' inun ttio Atnulcan liver. Ihu
'rat rpan of which collapsed at 11
'o'clock last night. Five vorkmen were
Injured. r.U aa there were thirty men
-on the brldtso at the time of the dlaantcr
It la believed that still mora casualtlee
5ill bo discovered.
, Tha vlcttma of the acvldent were Work
Ang under tha suprtitructur bulldlnit
.talsBons. Tha concrete plllara gava way
on axceunt of work having been ruehed
.n tha bridge to prepare It for the win
ter rains, the concreto not being flimly
'ret. The men caught under the sinking
arch wera entombod. Those who escapud
were at work above.
J Ten men were working at the water's
runt. Tiie liver is awuiirn and itio fui
inan expreaixMl fear that tha. pillars
"t.ouI1 not withstand tha strain.
J Tba awaying of a lantern carried by
j. workman above and throwing a
- hadow out avitMa tha torrent gave tho
tnen b-low the flrt warning of danger.
'.They niw the superstructure sway for
n tnntant und, as the supporting c.un
" i-reta pillars augged and gava way, the
great arch above came craslihig duwn
JUrfore a nun could move.
". Two of tha workmen were swept Into
J he river and out among the bouldcts
mid eddies ot the rushing mldstienm.
,Tbey (ought their way acro The
ithr eight were entombed in the debris.
Kome tif the men were thrown Into the
jlver. Oth fought their wuy to the
liver bank over tha ruined spun.
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Charles E. Foster
A graduate of University of
Nebraska, a practicing attor
ney and a man with a clean
Vote for Him
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I Dressmakers'- Forms- )
Xjy All Sizes-.$1.00 Each. J
The Teachers of Nebraska are Invited to Make
This Store Their Headquarters
DURING THIS STATK fONVKNTlON IN OMAHA, and at nil other
tlnip. Use our rest rooms, our telephone systems, our checking
stands; meet your friends ut thla ttore; at ail yourself of every con
venience ana opportunity this great Institution affords. All are
FR'KE and you are more than WKI.COMK.
Tuesday A Suit and Coat Sensation
About 250 Women's New $15
to $18.50 Suits at $9.75
You ran afford to odd" another
ult for ordinary purposes to your
wardrobe at this prlee.
All are this, season's goods mid
Btyles excellent serges, novelty fab
rics, worsteds, casHimeres, mixtures
and Halifax diagonals iu black
navy, brown, prey, etc. a wonderful
collection of high grade suits at a
The variety Is so great tve can't
give detailed description. There are
all sizes for women and misses.
For Tuesday's selling only--
Goats for All Purposes in This
Big Tuesday Sale, $14.75 1
There are broadcloth coats, re- 4.
verslble coats, plaid back coatd, cheviot tow
coats and coata of line mlxturest200 spe
cially flue winter garments In almost every
popular color and style suitable for street,
travel and automoblling service.'
Some of them have storm collars! some
have military collars, others notched col
lars, still others have sailor collars, etc.--a
coat to please every woman and miss who
comes to the Bale.
Not a one worth less 'than $18.50-the
majority being of a still better grade.
- Choose, Tuesday,at -
floraso mobarta, Thurlow Bur (ran,
"JIM TIB FBirHAir"
Mast Huaday SOCIAS HAND.
MRS. C H HOLMES, MINDEN
: P0NEER' ,s DEAD
MIXDIiN. Nb.. Nov. I -rtSpptlal Tel.
iaa.) Mrs. i;il Holmes, wlfo ot C. II.
'Holmes, died ycterday aficrtioon In the
ily of Mlndcn at the ago of Mis.
'.Holint-s cam to Nebraska alout thirty
ars ago and siitlvd In Huntley. 'hr
:me mcl atfi marrlHl Mr. iiotmrs. ir. ,
and Mrs. Holmes havo lived in Mindn for
' tha last een years. Mrs. Holmes ltvs
i'her husband and three children. to aons. j
. Varl and rrl Holmes, and one daughter, .
' 54rs J. 1'. Jnen. Krml llo'moa Is a I
raildexit of Benkelman, Mr. Jen-n of !
Allnden. and Carl -Holmes Is a rmident
f ilindn and Is st-rvlne us clerk ,uf th j
'"district court, runulrit aguln for r-lc-l
tilon. Mrs. Holmes' body vill be taken'
to Huntley for Interment. Khe alsw leaves
' four brothers snd oils sister, Mrs. Melson, i
'vhu Is a, rcaldent ot Mlndon. I
Tonight Matins Today
MT IVt lAHb and the
WOOOWD STOCK COMPAsTT
la Kuaaaa Waltar'a risy of
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9x12, S30 Genuine Axminster Rugs, $14.50
That's a specimen of the savings you can make in our great
purchase and sale of thousands of dollars' worth of high class rugs
Which began Monday morning. In this one line alone you have a
choice of the most extensive assortment of patterns at a single
price you ha?e ever known-Oriental, floral and conventional designs
In which light and dark shades of brown, green, tan, red, etc., pre-
There' almost every kind of mg you con Id want at Half Price
and Less Than Half. Aote these other three, specimen values.
8.3x10.6 $28.50 Genuine Axminster Rugs, $13.50
9x12 $37.30 Hartford Saxony Axminster 9, $39.00
27xb0-inch $2.50 Genuine Axminster Rugs, $1.55
Specialty Nut and Lump, $4.25 Per Ton.
TAKE XOTICX W VIU DZX.JTZS
Ideal Lump Coal for $5.50 Per Ton.
Thla coal la anpartor to any 17.00 Coal. All ear coal Is nadar cover
and hand aornd befora delivered.
Rosenblatt Cut Price Coal Co.
THE KOMS OT QUALITY COAX.
wiuaaa'a Tub Center.1
Dally Mat-, IJ-aS-BB
ir e l.e. tilil IttililtTs
Kuiu II. mp iiul hl4 LOT1 MAKES!
XXTBAVAQAIIIA AMD VAUUKVILLE.
1 h AMUatic lyniery, X) Ueno. ' i run
t leiiiviis' lu-er Team, I'miey Monro A; 1.
.1. lvey. Ue'ilali tallsN. Kllliun i
Moore. HIk ttiviiv CIioimh.
Lsdi.s' Dime afatln.e Every Week Say.
Toalsht VntU Wedueada
Vopnlar Mattaae Wedneaday
The Moat i'alked of Mueioal Buow.
"THE RED ROSE"
Keat Suud.y a ma. kvane Hio.u.le
hp.cla) Tueeday Matinee.
AMI KMKM S.
rne Tuesday Morulas Muetoal ClaS
CAbMABT aad rAUL Kt.tIA.VV
M. A.M.rt.lt la a aaetiua awottai.
The American Indian Musle Talk
T. W. C. A. AVSTTOKIUM
tuMdtr Aftaruoea. Mo. 1 1. 4 . M.
rickata bOo ajad tl.OO at A. MoaDa'a.
KRUG T HEATER
Matinee) Today a s30; Tonls;ht 8;ao"
eat toata tit. Mo hiher
Taskee Doodle Qirla and BUly
r Atreouaa, tk ljnyU-e.
naffjrdlll -rk. l'rlM for le,t Iwftv
ililt, Tied tv nUlit t'lectlun rtlurii
will l reail trout thutayo-
Mutlncc Kvory I uf 2 I".: V.vory Nliutt
vli A.lvin.l u,Uvlll Kulfp und
iHIm JtulfouiaiiH, Imiio Mrfilame IIchmuii,
r.'hlt hsl'. niiiu'ltv en.l Webb. Ittiixiu
I Adair, Ma.' llaa Mini l.rv riuti. Km-
i 'iiMii opv. Oi.'lifun.' I'xiiierl on lHfHira.
Crl.-i-s 10v, :V, i.O.', i. ; J,Ulliif-1' ,
i Mat scats tnul'l hat. and bvindaj
For a Pretty Foot
VA IVoman's Shoe
A pretty foot is made or
unniado by the shoe that is
For the particular woman
who takes pride in dainty
footwear, wo call attention
to Foster's shoes. For style
there is no shoe like the
Foster, und the easiest to
fit and easiest to wear of
IMat k buck, fiue imperial
kid, Kus.sia eulf and color
ed kid, highest, grude pat
ent kid and eolt.
Drexel Shoe Co.
1410 Favrittm St.
Arc You Invited
to one of the we'Mlnwa whli'h will occur this month?
It nn let im show you our very coinplole line ot
Sterlins Silver t'pforo i.ukinK our iiurcliase.
I.UOK l'm 111U NAME
S. W. LINDSAY, Jeweler
Ul otrox.AS IT.
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Leo Al. Mofifimann
CANDIDATE FOR CORONER OF DOUGLAS CO.
Great Rug Sale Continues Tuesday
Extraordinary Bargain Offerings Every Day
Biff Mill Pur
chase of Win
all Kinds at
I I I
Bargain Day in Cloak Department
Small lots and broken lines of women's outer gannents
left from the biggest week's selling we ever knew. Will
bo closed at a small fraction of real worth.
I-sulies Winter (oat Values up
to $20.00, In plain blaks and
fancy mixtures, Including plush
coats, matchless bargains; on
Enl ot 810.00
Children's Winter Coat Frelzes,
velvets, bearskins and fancies
all new styles and colors, eirea
from 2 to 14 years, $7. CO valued,
KliOS-FlT I'KTTICO.ITS Probably the most popular brand of under
skirts on tha market; big special purchase on rale In two lots
t 70 and $1.50
Ijirjte Scotch and Indian Shawls
Big assortment, values up to
$5.00; while they last. .1.00
Ladled' Hreakfast Shawls that sold
up to $2.00; greatest snap ever;
while they last 50(
Milllnary, Woman's Coata,
Xmbroldarlss and many
othsr splandid bargains.
56-inch All Wool Suitings
Regular values to $1.50 a yard,
at 08c and OHc. Cheviots, storm
nerges, Venetian cloths, semi
rough Scotch mixtures, Knicker
bocker suitings,' etc., from the
very best mills; to $1.50 a yard
values, at 68 and 08
$1 Silk Messalines 58c
A fine showing of 27-inch Kilk
ntessalines, , In twenty different
shades, all pure silk, yarn dyod,
also 24 and 27-inch fancy silks,
in big assortment; $1.00 a yard
values at, yd 5g
Don't Miss This Opportunity.
Ladies" Dresses, Waists, Hand
lings and Handkerchiefs.
Wash Goods Dept.
Specials for Tuesday
Bathrobe Blankets, full size, good
assortment of colors an pat
terns, each $2:50
German Eiderdown good weight,
colors and patterns; per yard,
Galacia De Laines 36 Ins. wide,
good color and patterns for com
forts; at, yard 10(
27-inch Poplins in all the newest
shades: at, yard 250
Flowered Silk Organdies in plain
and fancy silk mixed goods
worth 39c a yard; at, yd.. -250
Specials in Domestic
Room for Tuesday
One large square of flannelettes,
in Persian stripes, plaids, etc., in
light and dark colors sultablo
for kimonos, house dresses, etc.,
values up to 18c; choice... 100
Amoskeag Outing Flannel, light
and dark colors; good and heavy,
at, yard 1Q-
36-lnoh Percales, neat patterns
at, yard 80
Ko. S703 Blanket A Rood, heavy
woolnap blanket, assorted plaids,
full bIap. Thursday pair 93.15
Wilton Blanket Kxtra heavy, gray
blanket, our. $1.93 values, at, per
omen's Underskirts and Fancy Goods
Ilenuutnt Day Bargains.
Big Special Sale of Dress Trimmings
Entire surplus of America's most prominent importer of Dress
Trimmings all the newest patterns and colors, secured at a small
fraction of actual worth; an immense assortment for your selection.
Two big lots:
Dress Trimming! that would sell 1 Dress Trimmings, made to sell at
regularly at from $1.00 to $1.50 1 25c and 35c a yard; in one big
a yard, at 35, I lot at, yard ....5
A saving opportunity never before equaled in Omaha.
The Greatest Sale of Furs Ever
Known In Omaha.
Special Flour Sale for Tuesday
Whlln Flour liaf advanced 20 per
cent wa have only advanced it l
per cent to our cuotomern. Our aim
la to trive, ihe people of Omaha the
benefit of every purchase we make.
TIiIh flour is n.ade from the Ust
selected wheat, and every sack in
guaranteed to Klve perfect satisfac
tion or your money refunded.
Hayden'a Diamond X- Floor, Tuesday
par aaok, 48 lbs 91-23
15 lbs. best Granulated sugar . .91.00
10 Uars Beat-'em-All Soap 85o
9 11h. Best Kolled Breakfast Oat
D lbs. best white or yellow corn
A Urn. West Ft : '. - Tapioca, lao,
Barley or Karlna 8 So
lbs. Good Japan Klce fi6
i lbs. Fancy or Head ttlce, loo
3 pkKM. Diamond 11. pancake
Gallon Cans Golden Table Syrup, 360
l,u Lu Scouring; Soap, Can 60
7 lbs. Best Bulk I-aundry Mtarch, 86o
Golden Hantos Coffee, per lb.....83o
The best Tea Slflinga, per lb.-. .ltVo
l-lM. Cans Assorted Boups Tfao
xsromangelon, Jellycon or Jello
TMXBM VEGETABLE FKICES
THE TALK Or OHAI1,
4 bunches lresh Hadlshe 50
2 heads fresh Leaf Lettuce So
2 houp Bunches ... 60
4 bunches freuli Beets !!-6o
2 bunches Celery 50
2 bunches Oyster Plant 60
Fancy Denver Cullflower, per lb.
fancy Wax or Green Heana, lb..7Uo
4 bunches fresh Onions So
Beets, Carrots, Parsnips or TurnlpK.
rr lb 3M,j
3 lbs. Jersey Sweet Potatoes ....10o
llutabagas. per lb X'gO
Fancy Cabbage, lb ll,o
Kancy Cocking Apples, peck 15c
lied Onlona. per lb. 3!c
Cheaper und better than lots of so
2 lbs. good Butterine 3Sc
Good Table Butterine, lb 16o
2 lbs. I'an.y Table Butterine ,...4)5o
The best Creamery Butter, carton or
bulk, per lb 34
Try HAYDEN'S First
C. T. Walker or H. A. Foster Which9
U the "decent" vote, as The Bee callB lt,.J divided I win h. ."!,
d H A. Foster will be elected. Can vou afrord to tah
tcr do as tha leading papers advice and " tah" Buch th"
Vote in All Wards for C. T. WALKER
Private cltliscn and Democratic nomiueo for. Board of Liucmi,?,, r,.
Twelfth -ward. -xu.auou 1.
For 25c The Bee, evening'and
Sunday, delivered at your home
I am a young man thirty years of
age, aud now for the fir at time teek
public office at a regular election.
I believe myself well qualified for
the poaition ot coroner, having had
more thau ftfteen years' experience,
in my professlou and several years
experience as assistant to the cor
oner. Believing iu good government
and purity in politics, I am not con
nected with auy clique or litis, but
stand absolutely for condltlou that
will guarantee to every voter un
actual voice in the Kovernmental af
fairs of our city und county. Doing
one of a largo family, through ex
perience I fully appreciate the feel
ings and conditions of the working
man and guarantee to all a square
deal. My reputation professionally
and otherwise is open for Inspection.
We are living in a progressive com
munity and I believe the coroner's
office bhould be conducted in a man
ner that will place It on aa high a
plane as that enjoyed by the most
If elected, will establish a public
Coroier'a office and a Coroner's
morgue separate from my own busi
ness. This is a much needed Improve
ment, and will lead to other progres
sive ideas in the Coroner's office.
TtLKPHONK YOUR KRItNUS
The Oee for All the to
Judge District Court
To "All decent people,
whether Republicans or Demo
crats:" Vote in all wards for
John J. Foster
Republican Candidate for
Do not confute John J. Fos
ter of the Ninth Ward with Dr.
Harry A. Foster cf tbo Twelfth
Vote Jo All Wards for
Dr. H. A. Foster
Ilepubliran Nominee for
SCHOOL. 1MMHU. 12TH V.UI
In Favor of Open School Houses.
I EST AND KUITH TO MOTHER ASD CHILD
Hm. WiKsiow'a Soothin-o Svurp ban txrn
Bbcdtororet MXTV VtAkSby MILLIONS of
MOTHEK8 .'or their CHI I. DUE. N VHILK
tRETHlNO. with l-ERFHCT tiUCCKSS. It
tOOTHES the C nil U, tiot'TENS the r.UM.
ALLAYS all PAIN Ct'RES WIND COLIC, aud
the best remedy for lUAHRHOiA. It i su
solutely lisrmleci Be urc and ak lot 'Alt.
WiBtie'' "oothtng t'yTup, sod laXa an oilier
aln.t, Twcatyavcccatsa bouia
Tart's Dental Reams
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