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THE BEE: OMAHA, SATT7KDAY, NOV EM HER 25. 1911.
Saturday Dili Oc Another Housing Sale Day
WELL! HELL! DELL! L09IL IJHO'S HERE!
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This telegram i$ proof of the bona fide transaction:
THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY
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CABLE SERVICE TO ALL THE WORLD
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In accordance with our nstial custom prevailing t
ertont thU time of the year, we Will glte prime, fresh
killed turkey to every one pnrrhnslntr goods to the amount
of flO.OO or over (either fault or Credit). Thin offer up
plio In OIK MKVH CIOTIUX(i 1 K I 'A UT M E N T OM,V.
"The People's" have a
credit plan. You buy
and pay just when ycu
can. Credit is good to
all they meet at 1405
From Today Until Thursday, Hovcmbcr 30th
Notwithstanding this great inducement, our prices (all marked in plain figures)
on Men's and Young Men's Clothing will be found very much lower than are asked
by other reputable stores, and the turkey is a clear gain to you over and above tho
articles you buy. In connection with this FREE TURKEY OFFER, wc direct your
attention to a
GREAT SPECIAL SALE OF
EN'S WINTER SUITS, OVERCOATS at
THE OVERCOATS AT $10
Button thru, fly front and 62
Inches lone Borne have the convert
ible collar model la black and oxford
ai well as fancy mixtures. Cheviot
and tweeds. Unequalled anywhere
THE SUITS AT .$10
New English effects and the regu
lation sack models In all-wool Chev
lots In greys, browns, tans, and blue
greys, worsteds and hairline stripes,
and all wool black Thlbets, actually
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FURNITURE BJH DISPLAY
New Fixtures for Douglas County
Court House on Exhibition.
SAMPLES ARE AT HAYDEN BK03.
llolMltr and Comfort Arc th 0
rat Umi foavered by the
Sarale of th Rew
"-' Samples of the furniture to be Installed
in the now court house will be dtsDlaved
today and all neit week by llaydea
Brea., who captured the tt,520 cmi.raci
lor furniture and fixtures. The display
Kill h nil in, onnl flnnr rxt ha alnra.
A special Invitation to vlalt It will b ex
tended to all county oftlclale and the
general public la Invited to Inspect It.
Solidity, almple Ji unity and comfort ara
the general Ideas conveyed by the moat
casual Inspection of the display.
The evidence of comfort, both for the
public and county ernployea, la eapeolally
llrnlrtiil.Hl VmlH tm r..lH.nl..ii. tail
leather-covered chairs of the Judges and
the leather-covered couch for each
judge's private room, down to the adjuat-able-backed
chairs In which tho stenog
mphers are to alt, everything has been
eleoted with a view to comfort and con
venience. There ia a big roll-top deak for every
official, with plenty of pigeonhole; there
la a disappearing typewriter deak for
every atenographer; there are lockers for
the hats and wraps of employes, all the
furniture has ballbearing castor, the
matron' room will have a buffet and
bed; there are couches tor anyone taken
111 In the court houae; there are even re
volving chair for the lawyers to alt In
aa they try their eaves. The cuepldora
have loaded baaes, that they may not be
turned ever, and small necks, that skirts
may riot drag In them.
For the public there will be long seat
In the hall anil scats and marble tablea
In th.!"pt:We spares" in front of the
counter In the larger office.
With the exception of cherry furniture
fur one Judj.es room, practically all the
furniture shown I of oak, all of the aam
architectural line and all the pleoea wltu
shoe of brotu. The first floor counter
will be of Colorado yule marble, sur
mounted by bronae gTllI work.
The county commtssloners, who bad a
long and painstaking Job In deciding on
the furniture of the new court house,
think the public will be favorably Ira
pressed by the convenience and comfort
the new furniture affords, In contrast
with the lack of them In the furniture of
the old building.
Mohler May Receive
New Year's Callers
; at the Headquarters
President Mohlcr of the Union I'aclflo
la back from a trip that took him over
moat of the western line of the system.
During a portion of the trip he was ac
companied by Judge'Lovett of New York,
chairman of the executive committee. At
Portland, however, the Judge left Prel
dent Mohler and rolurned borne by the
President Mohler's trip was largely In
the ' nsture of a soclul call upon hi
numerous friends In the northwest It
was the first time that he had visited
that aeotlon since his promotion to the
presidency of the Union Pacific system
and everywhere he stopped he wns ten
Up through the mountain districts and
In . the coast country President Mohler
found conditions very satisfactory, ttual
nes Is very good and the people are con
templating a period of business activity.
Vice President Munroe had expected to
Join President Mohler enroute, but he was
delayed on account of buelneaa and con
sequently he did not become a member of
On bis way home, president Mohler
stopped over a few hours In Cheyenne
and there the business men, learning
that ha was In the city, arranged a ban
quet, which was a moat enjoyable at-
As to ths new headquarters building In
Omaha, President Mohler Is of the opin
ion that It will be occupied by all of the
Union raclflo office departments by the
first of the year. In the event It la, he
expects to throw It open to the public
New Year's day for inspection. While
the affair will take on the features of
reception, It will be mainly for the
purpose of affording people an oppor
tunity of going thruuah the building:
Ready for Winter
Civil engineers of the Burlington lines,
both east and west of the Missouri river
are la Omaha holding a meeting In the
office of General Manager Iloldreg. The
meeting ia tn the nature of a general dls-
tuscloa of matters perWiniug t niaiu-
It Is the general opinion of all the
liurllngton men that the lines are in
perfect condition for going Into winter,
tne ballasting having been about com
pleted for the season.
Moat of the track Improvement under
taken last spring has been finished and
niters resurfacing was necessary It has
lera completed. The Nebraska end S'y
mlg lines are reported to be in as good,
it not better condition than those else
where en the system.
MISS M'HUCH TALKS
TO HIGH SCHOOL DEBATERS
, iTlnclpal Mcliugh addressed the Ie
liiostbenlan Lfebatlng society of the high
el.uol on "The Value of Debating to
llab eVuhool Boys" In the assembly
room at the school yeste:diy afternoon.
in- Mcliugh is a firm advocate of
fi.taUni as part of the regular at hool
oik eud at present is conducting a semi
xvJT.y t cow fojleca buys in
R ec El vco at trait Cxcbtsii Offici, Brasiiis Blij., Osaba, Xek.
1 CH '3 CO ' Paid 5 extra
BcwYorlr, tt Sot 16 191X
Tottr off or. of fifty cent acoeptod for entire floor atook nena
boy a auita and orerccata ahlpnont today.
- The Broadway Brand, U Coodnan President. . .lSCpa
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Friday's Business exceeded In volume Any Previous uay ui me Season
Saturday Will Show Equal and Even Greater Bargains Frrom
Big Purchase of the Broadway Brand Men's and Boys' Clothing
HERE'S THE WAY THEY'LL GO SATURDAY:
Boys All Wool Double
breasted and Norfolk Suits,
Boys' double breasted and
Norfolk Suits in fancy and
plain gray .cassimeres and
blue serges with an extra
pair of Knicker trousers
every seam taped and double
sewed all sizes up to 17
worth up to $3.50; on sale
in dark fancy Scotch chev
iots and plain blue thibets,
with extra pair of Knicker
trousers all sizes up to 17;
worth $5.00 to $5.50; on sale,
Boys' All Wool Double
breasted and Norfolk Suits,
in fancy gray and brown
Scotch fabrics and cassi
meres, with extra pair of full
pjeg Knicker trousers all
sizes up to 17 worth $6.00
to' $7.50; on sale
Boys' Convertible Collar
Overcoats, double breasted,
cut full length, belted backs;
in browns, grays and dark
mixtures good, warm, sub
stantial overcoats all sizes
up to 17 worth $4.50 up to
$7.50; on sale at
Note 90 of the Boys' Suit Stock Has Two Pair of Trousers
The Men's and Young Men's Suits All Go at One Price:
Men's and Youth's Suits of strictly pure
worsted fabrics, in fancy and plain weaves
the newest shadings In brown, blue, gray plasty of
blue serges stitched and plain edges trousers semi
peg and plain cuts with three-Inch turn-ups- all sizes
all cuts values up to $20.00 on sale
of 17S lotg of unredeemed household
goods, November 27, 2H, 20. Omaha
Van and Storage Co., 1120 N. 10th St,
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Overcoats are cut full 48 to 52 inches long
with velvet and convertible collars browns and
gray Scotches, la in black and fancy kerseys
many of them rainproof all sizes up to 46
take your pick. A splendid assortment for your
selection; truly matchless values Saturday.
Here's ths Greatest Saying Opportunity Ever Offered in Omaha
tms actisei e Toe
Coal to Be Weighed
When it is Received
Without carrying the vaxe any further,
it ta likely that all western lines will sub
mit to the decision of the Interstate Com
merce eommlvalon rate relative to re
weighing coal at point of destination.
The taaa In question was brought
against the Burlington by the SumWland
liros. company of Omaha. Under the
old rule of the railroads and to which
the Sunderland objected, coal shipped
from the mines and carried by the rail
roads, was weighed at the originating
point, the consignee paying freight on
those eights. Complaint was made to
(he Interstate Commerce comnilsalon that
when the coal reached destination it in
variably showed a shrinkage and that
the freight charges should be paid ou
the quantity actually recolved. This con
tention was eustalned and hereafter deal
ers will pay freight on the amount of coal
actually contained in the car at the
time of delivery.
LillsMllll ll aa.-A-ea -f(.V
.ayuon Bros.' T.loat Dept.
Another Drcak in the Prices
For the next week we will sell only choice fat,
milk fed chickens from the Pappio View farm
raised by Martin Ileum.
Hindquarters Mutton 5Ht?
Forequarters Mutton 4?
Mutton Roast .5t
. Mutton Stew, 10 lbs. 23
Mutton Cliops, 3 lbs .-. J5
Pork Iloast 7 Mi
Fresh Hams .10t
Veal Chops, 3 lbs.
Veal Stew, 0 lbs. .
No. 1 Lean Bacon .
No. 1 Hams
No. 1 Bacon Strips
. -. ... . ...
r.l2a and 100
For Thanksgiving we will have plenty of choice Turkeys,
Geese and Ducks at lowest prices.
E3ayden Bros.' Cleat Dept.
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ll Idaho Apples and Potatoes
Ycur Hcdicine Cabinet Is
Hot Complete Without
Jackdaw Itye Whlakey, bottled
In bond, full quart ..$1.25
Maryland Rys, full qt. ..750
Sunklst California Port or
Sherry, qt. ..i 500
Home Maje Crape Wine, White
or Red, per gallon ..$1.00
We also have a complete as
sortment of wines and cordials
to go with your Thanksgiving
Wi Otva Oreea Trading stamp.
MaU Orders Promptly Filled.
11 N. 10th riu Oppveite P. O.
Fresh Dressed Spring Chicken - 11c
Pig Pork Ghops - - - - ll'ac
AT THE PUBLIC MARKET
Kteer Pot Roast
Steer Steak ....
Young Veal Chops . . .
Young Veal Roast . . .
Spring Latub Legs .
Umb Stew, 8 lba. for
Pig Pork Roast 840
Sugar Cured Hams . . . .100
6,1)00 lbs. Nor 1 Skinned Hams,
10:30 A, M
tnd 3 PJ.L
6,000 lbs. No. 1 Shield Bacon
and Rex Bacon ....17 HO
4,000 lbs. Sugar Cured Bacon,
t , 120
Fresh Dressed Chickens p0
From 7 P. M. to 9 P. M.
Lamb Chops 50
From 7 P. M. to 10 P. M.
Pork Chops 100
The finest shown at the Omaha Land
Show, and upon the solicitation of many of
our customers we have succeeded In getting
Beveral cars of the world, finest product in
Potatoes and Apples, grown In the famous
Payette Valley of Idaho, and we are offering
them while they last at the following low
prices, quality considered. The varieties of
apples mentioned below, contain many fine
eaters for the present use. also the keeping
varieties that will last for months:
White Winter Pearmalns
Roman Beauties . . .
Stamm Wine Saps . .
Oregon Jonathans . .
Oregon Roman Beauties . . .
Col.White Winter Pearmalns
Iowa Jonathans, per bbl $5.00
The last car for this Fall, which is now in,
we will sell while they last at $1.35 per bu.
The potatoes must be seen and tried to be
(specials for Thanksgiving Cheer.
Courtney's Kentucky "Lotus" whiskey, 8
years old, full quarts fl.oo
Monogram whiskey, full quarts ,...75c
Apricot Cordial, full quarts .75c
Hant Rosa Wine.
Port Wine, full quarts ..50c
Sherry Wine, full quarts .; &
Angelica Wine, full quarts , ...50c
Muscatel, full quarts 50c
Sweet Catawba, full 'quarts .50c
"White Tokay, full quarts ... ..V.50c
Virginia Dare; pints, 85c; large ..63c
Scuppernong, pints !i3c; large 45c
We prepay frieght on orders of $3.00 and
over to any part of Nebraska.
With each order of Whiskey, small bottle
of wine free.
Your Thanksgiving MENU
Cream of Chicken
Hearts of Celery Salted Almonds
Roast Turkey, Oyster Dressing
Cranberry Sauce Whipped Potatoes
Roast Suckling Pig, Chestnut Dressing
Candled Sweet Potatoes ""r
Roast Goose with Apples
Pumpkin Pie r Mince Pie
Plum Pudding Brandy Sauce
Assorted Nuts Sweet Cider
Turkish Fruit Cake
Cheese Wafers Coffee
Spanish Malaga Grapes 23c
California Tokay Grapes, per basket ....50c
California Kmperor Grapes, per basket 50c
Strawberries, per box 35c
Turkish Figs, large and fancy 23c
New English Walnuts .25c
New Pecans -. . .2e
New Filberts 20c
Brazlllau Nuts 23c
New Mixed Nuts 20c
Raisins in clusters ....25c to 40c
Plum Puddings iiuc
Johnson's Sweet Cider, per jug 30c and 5()c
Johnson's Boiled Cider, qt. bottles 33c
Fancy Baskets of assorted Fruits 50c to S3
Candied Fruits, assorted boxes 503
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Best Sport News in The Bee
AO Pounds Best Csna Granulated Suar fl (11)
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II ll We carry a full line -t Tea.. Coflee. Sptcea. fcx- II
j.Vy tracts, Haslns i'owder. etc.
PHAwiiMft Tnn 406 North 16th St.
UlOyUnO ICO vOi Tail. P. 2446; Ind. B-2448
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