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HIK TiKK: OMAHA, FniDAY, XOVKMRKK 17. 1011.
REMNANT DAY !
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Two Cases of Hill Ends of Dress Goods
All wool dress goods from tho Botany Worsted mill?, in
cluding one ease of nil wool chnllies all at a fraction of
their worth. Pieces ranging from 12 to 8 yards, in var
ious weaves, fine all wool suitings, serges, iPV
henriottas, Victoria suitings, etc. bargain jfO
square, yard .... .' . . . ;
MATCHED PIECES all WOOL IMPORTED SAMPLES
Two to ten of a kind, in Mack and all colors, nil matched
and pinned together for easy selection on two bargain
squares, main lloor; at,
29c and 15c
NAVY BLUE SERGES .
50 plows In various widths
from the bPHt mills: strictly all
wool, of selected yarns.
4 2 Inch width, at Of)t
H lqch width, at
60 Inch width, at ' MHf-
54 inch width, at ftf '
56 inch width, at 91.10
Remnants in Basement
Several hundred yards of various
. broken lines droits goods, 36
Inch and 40 Inch, Including
basket weaves at Icbs than V
price, yard 20c
Single pieces travelers' imported
aamples of dress Roods, at,
ech 5 and 1Q
27 inch silk and cotton Kosco Jacquard SUks, 2 4 Inch glace Kengal-
ines, etc., nil go on mala floor, at, N
yard ; ....... ,
36 inch Poplar Suitings, cream, pink, blue, brown, grey and black,
2 Do values Basement, at 1
REMNANTS IN THE BASEMENT
Regular 39c and 50c Mercerized Table Damask, in 2, 3, 4 SI
and 5 yard lengths, at, yard Jy Q
Mercerized Black .Sateen, soft as silk, desirable lengths, f T
aiyard ,..... . . . XUC
Cotton Batta, nlco white cotton for making comforters,
25c Madras Shirting and fine Pongee, suitable for waists,
etc., at, yard
3,000 rolls on sale .Friday, at, each
Duck1ng aiid vclour Flannels,
for kimonos and dresses, 15o
values, on sale at yard. . 10?
Light and. dark Outing Flannel,
on sale In mill remnants, at.
Robe Prints, suitable for making
comforters, alo price, yard
12V4C Dress Ginghams, fancy
styles, mill remnants, at
1,000 yards Bleached 'and Un
bleached Muslin, "la long
lengths, at, yard 5
Odd lots various kinds Printed
Cotton Goods, fcucb aa sllko
llnes, dress calicoes, etc., great
alo, at, yard 2tt
MANLFAdTRKKS' SAMPLKH AM) RKMXANTS OF AIXOVKK
IiACKH, 1N8KHTIONH, GALLOON8, NUT TOP LACKS, KTC
All kinds, white, black and colors 'two big -tf
bargain lota, at, each 1UC-.CVC
FRKXC1I ANI GKIUIAXYAL LACKS AND INSERTIONS
Linen Torchons, narrow crochet, cluny and Armenian effect
also curtain cluny laces; values up to 12Vo yd. at, yd.
' In Our
Boys' Suits, in heavy
weight wool mixtures
grays, browns and
tan, Norfolk 'styles
Included, worth up to
$4, sixes 0 g ao
to 16 year . aPlVo
Boys' wool mixed and
corduroy k nl c k er
bocker p a n t a. all
nizch. gome SI. 00 val-
MKN'S OVIUU OATS
Long coats, with convertible col
lar, in gray and black velours,
also black and oxford shades,
with velvet collars, all sizes. A
$3 aud Si values at SI. 98. For
the little fellows we have the
Russian atylea in various shades
and fabrlcH, ages 3 to 8 yeara.
For the larger boys, ages 8 to
15, dark gray couvert-l
ible collar long
SATURDAY IS BRANDEIS GREAT
SALE OF DRESSES
For Womcu, MUbca and Otllilrvn
- Hundreds of dresses, in all sizes and all desirable materials,
will go on sale Saturday on our Second Flour. The values will be
the most extraordinary in tho history of Omaha. See the window
Ccrr.e in and select a pair
cl tan or black shoes
will rant that vacant house, fill
thoae vacant rooms, or itoati
Lfearders on short notice, at a vary
ink.U coat to you. at con
CgSCTQ QJJRJk C5" (JCUViUj
rta Trults and VrttaUa
(ou boxea Apples, per box l
3 plain Lettuce Be
Bauauas, per dozen ....10c
Freah Cocoanuts, each . .fte
Fresh Mushrooms, Fresh
Tomatoes, Cauliflower, fresh
Strawbeirles, New Carrots
Beets, Turulp3, Onions aud
Mlnoe Meat. bulk, per lit. loo Ci
J'rr Jar ....lfro, Sbo and 40a a
Sew tiuni 1'iiiIIiik. x-r I'n,
t 3oo, Mo and oo i
Johnvoii'M lioiird Cidpr, it. 35o fi
New Itycr Knlns, in MrtoiiH, (3
at io y
Citron, oriKiK ituii lni..r. I
I'rrl, prr Ilk too
llui kwlirut and I'anraka l'tour. (J
.r pkK loo a ad BSo
f :;r cau vuiumet tiiUkina ! f
B Jir ISo T
at a vary till? 4 )0c Jm K asa II
, Hill 1 7 i a pitlt l or J. .!., it
wnvlnacd. K I jt- Cmi fuini AltautuuriK.
-., if " re tal SOo l;
A Rig Kale
Hat unlay to
IIH-j Voa Get
V) ) m Vi '
J J For Other Friday Bargains- l 1
Jy See Advertisement in Daily News J
of the La
This Will Be along Cold Winter
Four Big Lois of Fur Sets
at Special Prices Friday
12.50 IU, A OK FOX
SKT.S-largo collarette nnil
Friday. . . $29.50
$12..r)0 13 LACK LYNX
'SKTM, consisting of an ex
tra large sliawl collar and
a large muff, specially
Friday at. $10.00
MINK MUFFS that us
ually sell at $L';i.5() or more,
they last. . $19.50
$10.00 BLACK CONEY
FUJI SETS, consisting .of
head-and-tai 1 trimmed
large shawl - collar aud
Jarge pillow - A.
muf f, Friday J I .V O
Thirty $35.00 Suits at $29.5Q
These are our extra high grade models of fine
diagouals and serges in blue, black, brown and coro
nat ion shades. Have velvet trimmed collars and
skirts with paneled backs. Sizes for women and
Plush Coati at $19.50 to $35.00 Each
Pny Fur Coats at $55.00 to $95.00 Each
Cloth ComtB at $6.50 to $35.00 Each
$1.25 Wide Wale, Navy Blue
Serges at 69c
This great Friday bargain will en
able you to seeuro a new suit, coat
or drees at Junt about half price.
These serges are full 64 inches wide.
$1.00 Black Taffeta
69 c a Yard
A good, heavy, soft finished silk, full
36 inches wide, guaranteed to give
satisfactory wear. Suitable for dreBS
ea, petticoats, waists, linings, etc.,
Broken Lots of Corsets
For Friday's Sale
Three lots of up-to-date cor
sets that have been selling at
$1.00 to $8.00 arc specially
priced for Friday only at . '
89c, $1.49, $2.49
In the various assortments
you are sure to find a size that
will fit you and a model you will
Tbey are made of finest Quality ba
tistes, coutll and silk brocades in white,
pink and colors. Tastily trimmed and
supplied with good, strong hose supporters.
Winter Gloves for Women
Women's liigli grade, 2-clanp gluce gloves with
Paris point embroidered backs; tans, greyB, browns,
navies, greens, black and white; made from the
flnaat imported skins; sizes from C to 7,6 inclu
sive: '$1.25 values, at 08c the pair.
Heavy, imported, single clasp gloves for winter
wear; black and white and a variety of shades; cut
In mannish Btyles; SI. 00 values, at $1.19 the pair.
1,000 pairs of woman's and miaiaa' g-olf g-iovaa
of fln marcarltad cotton" and wool ; " a aampl
lot from one of tha bait makeraJuthVcoun-
rT; plain and fancy flealgna,
worth np to 60 conta tha pair,
Trld'ay, or whlla thay last ... 77
Two Hosiery Specials for
Woman' SSa fall rarnlar mad
fcoalary, with wlda Welt tops, MkH
H1lreil IihU and double Iih:
blHi-k: 17o the pair, or a pairs 60o.
Woman's aaamleaa silk boot boa
lary.wlth wide aarler topa and
extra , liravy hoela and toxx;
trl.tly fut black; regular iuc
A Sale of Women's Knit
Womon'a fine ribbed, fleeced and
plain unklo lonpth union aulta In
white and poelvr otdy; nmclluni
and heavy weiKhta ot an excep
tionally uuod 4allty yarn; huve
lilah neckM and lonit Klevr.i; slxea
four io nine; regular ll.oo and
l.2a value, Friday, 890.
SOO woman's non-ahrlukabla
Auatrallan wool vaats' and
paatiT ofa sof t jflnlalTihat
wUlao Irrttata the moat
tender sklai alaea 4, "aad
; reruUrly l.00 -
AVomen'a Jpraey rlbtiod. fleeced
and plain, outalaa vests In pevler
or white; uixoh 7, H and v; reau
lar J 6c and (1.U0 valued, to close,
U'uinun'M iiiedluiii weltilit, fins
ribbed vests In rream or wlilte;
aura H uud 9. fonntrly add at T6i:
and 11.00; for Fridays aclllng.
Women's, boys'. mlssesand children's cashmere and
i"olf floves in a larKe amiortnieiit of fancy colorlnKa;
valu up to 7rc the pair at 23o for your choice.
Women's Heavy rieooe lined cashmere aloves In
navy, brown, urey and blactcJtiHt tho right sort of a
glove for this aeaaon of the yearall Hlzea, 35c the pair.
Linens, Domestics and Bedding
on Sale for Friday Only
72x90-inch seamed bed sheets-a number -we purchased
to sell as a special at 5oc each -Friday, 39c.
Kemhants of 10c outing flnnnela in pink and blue striped patterns;
a good, heavy weight; Friday, 5Hc the yard.
Full ttlxe blanketa, in colors, with either pink or blue borders;
regularly $1.50, Friday, ft. 19 the pair.
On e lot of 25c and 33c fancy linens that are slig htly
soiled otherwise in perfect con, ition
Frtday; c xoice at . . . J tTC
15c, extra large sle huck towels with red borders, excellent for
hotel and rooming bouse use, Friday only, lOc each.
Full size, good weight bed apreada in all the newest designs; the
$1.10 kind. Friday, 85c each.
tiook Specials for rri
day's Sellin )
"The White Ilouae Cook Hook."
1'rliUy only 680
llvl:ilty cut. Kilt edaed. text
Ulliiea Willi 111 J8traiit.na ami
iniHia. FriiUy aae
The new book, by Frank
Ilauin, "The Kea Iwlrlea." 8o
A U'Kttii'lcr Curkey'a arcat
book, "The Victory of All 1111
UutlcdKc," Friday 50c
tive Great Cut Gla$s
t af, five and six Inch footed
comports; all cut or eda'd mid
cut lu very hamlbome tlealana,
choice, Frtday. at 6O0 each.
I'lve-ini'h. deep, Amarieaa eat
glass aapplee 111 ix iitfereut
beautiful (utterna, at 91.00.
i'lfty 10.00 eat (lass water '
oets eonelitlajr of a pitcher
aad aim flas, very brll-
llant cnttlnis, whlle
tUaylaeC jrrlday.7775 '
Kla-tnch brllUaat cat class nap
pies In elln different vtylca,
either plain or haiiuW-U, very apa-
nai, at ai.as.
Ilundnutiie cnt (laaa boa To
dlaues lu u auo-l variety of beau
tiful uitvnm, i-Yluuy, wbilo tney
lat. only 1.8S. .
Household Needs from the
IPO heaiy japunned dust pans, 10c
l.?i wulte tiauieled vhajnbvr
ibr l.luhtulug- eve and rrva.11
18c. i-tuait a'anite preacrvlnx
Cic nickel plated riuiKe ki'lllea, e
so iui'kcI plated bath romit mi
II. 75 tbur bruahea, 14, 1 and ID-
Inch ule e
I.lek'a t i 7 6 double roAatera. Sl.a
IVc t uukie cutter of heavy tin, bo
Ivc hard wood bath tub arala. 3oo
100 Pairs of W omen s $3.00 High
Shoes at $1.4 5 Friday Only
AVomeu with little feet will do well to get to
our shoe department early Friday morning for th
is tho beat bargain we bavo featured this season .
Shoes that have actually been selling at $3.00 the
pair aro reduced to $1.45 be- .
cause only amall slzea are left. ' A
There is a good variety of GT 4el
styles and several leathers to qjw B '
choose from. Find them ou the iT ff
1.000 Pairs of Misses" and ChVdren
Shoes at 95c.
All arc worth at least $1.50 the
Patent tip, vicl kid shoes in button and
lace atylea and sizes S Vi and 11 A to 2.
They will prove still more attractive wheu
viewed at close range lor the quality U
something that must be seen to be ap
preciated. THIS OFFER IS FOR SATUii
Are Cut Price DQijsInThe
Big Pure Food Grocery
Hennetfa best coffee.
and 20 atainpa. lu. 54
3 lhx. Uennett'a beat
coffee and i at'pa, 91
Aaorted teas, and 71
atatnpa lu. 3o
AnorteJ teas, and
ftampM lb 880
Tea Kiftluaa. and 15
atanipa, lu. 15e
beetled raisins, and 10
atampa, pktt ltHc
lteauty AHpuraaua, arnl
10 stampa, can ....800
H. liaklna powder,
ami JD elanip.1... lo.
can fur . . . .4 t"le
Itennett'a t'apltul ex-
tractk, aud iti) ataiupn,
bottle for 180
rvll i ream rbeeae, and
10 atniiipa, Uv. aoo.
Vlrctnla anisa rheeao.
aud la alainpa, lb., SSe
Hrlck rheese, and 10
atuir pa, lb 90o
AMurtel picklua. und
10 stamp, bottle . 10o
!-lb. pka Bennett a Cap
itol oala, and lu
1- lb. ktr. Kennett'a t'ap
Itnl wheat,- and 10
2- lb. pkr. i'.eiinett'a Cap
itol ptincaka flour, s'ul
1 0 atampx 10c
I-lb. pka llennett'a Cap
itol buckwheat, and 10
3 Jar., peanut butter,
and 10 atnnipa ....aOe
3.Fio guart can Franco
Americas soup tor BOe
3 caWej Yolk Huae toilet
soap, and 10 t ph, 85e
3ui- bollix C.eu. ti:'.UIet'a
Diamond C'r atal table
alt and 10 atampa,
tnld:r'B Mwlud dreasinu
and 15 atampa, liot. 850
Halliard's olive oil very
specially priced, at, a
' pint can for 40e
'iTiroo 10c cana Hrock
port bliced plueuppie
15 ll. OltANt'UVKIt
Sl'ilAll for ...9143
Freshly baked hump
made rookie. K..18V,o
40c Jar Tea Oarden
presrrved liga for 8 So
lOc Jar Tea Harden
proferved figs fur 10o
13 lbs. .rnulatrd 8uaar for SOc
1 lb. C. bakina; powder ...1:40
1 buttle tialllard'a olive oil. . . .a&e
1 III. liennett'a ( apltol coffee ttoe
3 pki;. Itennett'a Cupitol
in Hu e meal 83eJ
That people believe this will be a Ion cold winter Is evi
denced by the way they are dlHpotdnir of their mnall
Moves and uuylng- tha Howe Ventilator,
the Urxest Hase Uurner In the world.
The Howe was made in response to a
general clamor for a larger Ilaae Burner
by people who have tried the different
aiiea and found that the larger the
Move the better. The Immense aize of
the Howe is not the important feature.
The Important feature la the wait it dis
tributes heat to all part of the houKe.
It'ls mnde different from others and
works different. It Is tho only ane
Kilmer made that has a double boe.
peneratlng; twice the heat in the base
that any other does. It 1m the only
Hbko Burner made that has a double
heating, ventilating and circulating sys
tem In one Move. It has many other
features too nun.crous to mention here
that others haven't got. Call und pee
It in operation In nr store and alao ee
how It is made different from others.
This is what people who are using tho
Howe say about it:
Mr. Van SicM?, 1701 N. 23d, South
Omaha "Wo heated j'ive rooms with
two and a half tons of coal last winter
and kept every room eiiually warm while
our otner stove ournei near
n half tons and' then did not
Mr. Peterson, 1102 Miller "Our 1-ouso
was never as warm in the winter lis it
is since we are tielnir the llowo
itnd we never burned as little
coal. We could not distribute
tho heat to every room with
ther llase Burner no mat
ow much coal we burned
UUo we do with the Howe."
y warm while J
irly four and
not warm all "T
pagiL.. ' tho hi
m l I our ot
JU ter ho
We Are Selling- Two Howes This Season to One Other Seasons,
One Out or Every Three Goes Out of Omaha.
We Sell It on Small Monthly Payments or a Cut Price for Cash.
714 South 16th St.
Www I Vi
now on sale at Pat
Be sure to et
your copy of the
new McCall Fash
ion Monthly. It's
free. Every page is
a revelation in fas
The new Decem
ber Patterns are
here also. Prices,
10 cts and 15 cts.
No. 4559-LadleV Dress
Now is the time to subs.ribe for
While other high-claSs
magazines have raised
their prices to $1.50 per year, McCall's still
50c Per Year
With Any McCall Pattern Free
Begin your Subscription with the superb Christmas
number which is now on sale. This issue-. reflects the
Christmas spirit from cover to cover and offers you a
real Yuletide feast. Single' copies, 5 cents.
The McCall Company
236-246 West 37th Street, .... New York Citr, N. Y.
By Using a Harmless Remedy
Made from Common
Gray hair Is a mark of ug. and nothing-
that can be said as to Its beauty will
offset the disadvantages of this mark of
nge aft noon your brow.
Wyeth'a Kagc and Sulphur Ilulr Rem
edy darkens the hair and restores It to
It youthful beauty. Our grandmothers
und their grandmother before them
used sage and sulphur for darkening
their hair. Nothing has ever been found
more effectlvo for thi purpose than
thebe two tlme-honon-d remedies, but
Wycth, a modern . chemist, has com
bined the two with other lutfredienta.
which makes a delightful dreuslng for
the huir, and which not only 'removes
every trace of dandruff but promote
the growth of the hair. It also otops
tho hair from falling out. and inuUes it
All druggists aro authorized to refund
tho money If it falls to do exactly as
Don't neglect your huir and don't re
sort to old-timo hair dyes. IJet u bottle
of Wyeth'a Sago and Hulphur froai your
druggist today, and notice the difi'er
ance In your hair after a few Uay'a use.
Thla preparation is offered to tho
public at fifly cents a bottle, and is
recommended and sold by all druggists.
Shermun & McCunnell Orug Co.. Cor.
6th and Dodge, Cor. ltith and llnrney.
Cor. !lth and i an. am. 207-9 N. 16tli St .
If yon lose your pocketbook.
umbrella, watch or some other
article of value, the thing to
do la to follow the example of
many other people and adver
tise without delay In the Ixst
and Found column of The Bee.
That is what moat people do
when they lose articles of value.
Telephone us and tell your loss
to all Omaha in a logle afternoon.
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