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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 26, 1911)
TUT, OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: NOVEMBER 2fi. 1911.
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Ollrn - Celery Jally
Turkey, O I blot Orr
Mubll Potatoaa -BWMt
Watara and Oieeia
Nuta an! Railing
v " No use talking, we can. boat them all when, it comes
to Low Prices on jklen's and Women's Clothing. Look at
these two big specials for..Monday and Tuesday and, re
member, that a little down and a little each week is All .we
ask you to pay on theni. , t
200 Stylish Winter Suits and Coats for Women, alliiew
materials all sizes, . regular ;$18 .'. w , V".. $1.9; (l
values for these tro 'days only ; . . .'. . vi.w"
PAY $3 DOWN AND $1 A WEEK
150 Men's Winter Overcoats all new styles and:fabrics,
regular $18.00 values choice, $14 50,-
PAY $3 DOWN AND $1 A WEEK
1417 Douglas Street
When the Good Housewife Gomes to Make . Up Her
Menu for the Thanksgiving Day Feast She Can Find
Here a Variety to Choose from that Will Easily Enable
Her to Give the Guests the Very Best There is to
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Had at the Least Possible Ex
penditure of ; Money. : These
Menus Are Provided, for the
Housewife's Convenience xir for
Those. Who Want- to Dine Out
in a : Manner Comporting with
TURKEY DAY IS 'A' HOLIDAY
Abraham Lincoln Was the First to
Issue National PrpClamation. " -
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STAGES. EACH NAME DAY
Thursday Will' Quite OeneriUlx
Observed In Omaha, vttlh Srlo
lu the Chnrnhf-a and Foot
y Uall Uamti.
Thuraday will be T,hanHnglvlng day,
made a national hollday.-flrat kjr precU
raatlon by Abraliam Linfolri durltn hla
term as president of the fitted States.
However, long prior' to thnt time It was
reooBnled-ad . ebaervaxl aa a .festival.
As long ago as When the Pilgrim fathers
were settling along the Manaacuuaetts
coast, one day along the latter part of
November, a day 'was set aside aa a
period for prayer and giving thanks for
tho bounteous harvest of the preceding
Blnoe the time of Lincoln the date of
Thanksgiving day has been set by the
president of tho United States. And
while the occasion la observed as an oc
casion for giving thanks, to a great
degree, It has beoone an event marking
family gatherings around the family
table, where bountiful dinners are spread
and eaten. Then, too, Thanksgiving has
become an epoch in sporting circles, as
this Is the day that marks the closing
of the. foot ball sson of the year, It Is
the day when ail of the college teams
meet and contest for the honors of the
gridiron. It Is also the day when the
business and laboring man enjoy a period
of rent, for no man, woman or child
would any more think of working on
ThanksglvljDg ; than '. oft" tta Fourja ;' of
July. As. ,' result. If has Deoome gen
eral and recognized holiday, not only In'
the United Fjates, but in every civilized;
country, as well. '
Thanksgiving being, a movable feast,
its date Is '.fixed by the president: aa the
last .Thursday- In November "the act of
congress making the day a holiday giving
him tola authority. Bach year, soon after
the president has issjed his proclamation
tho governors of the different states foU
low th wample of the chief executive of
the nation and come along with their
In Omaha, Thanksgiving will be ob
served; fmrah the same In former years.
Jn the morning services wilt be held In
the churches. From the places of worship
the people will go to their homes, board
ing houses, or hotels, where during the
atternoon they will partake of the big
meal of the day. There will be nothing
uoitig aown town and the streets will take
on a Sunday appearance. In the evening
there will be the usual-family gatherings
and If the old colonial custom Is followed,
there will be served late lunches of dough
nuts and apple cider, followed by a ses
sion of story telling, ghost stories being
quit the thing for the ocasion.
' Thanksgiving Day
T!1e Ilansron? park group of churchei,
oonelsting -of 'the -rtrst Haptist, Firat
Christian, Grace Lutheran, Third Presby
terian, Westminster rresbyterlun. St.
Mary's Averrue" Congregational and the
Ilinioam Park Methodist, will hold union
aervires 1 hnnkdjrlvlne day morning at
10:JW at the First llaptlat church. Twenty
ninth avenue and Harney street, when
Rev. Thomas H. McConnell will preside.
Following far the program :
-Hymn '. .'
Uev. J. M. Kersev. ,
. Kev. J. At Jerkins.
Festival Te Deum Pudley Buck
Flrtt HsptlKt quartet.
Sermon The Spirit of Tlmnksslvlnf...
Rev. K. H. Crawford.
Trayer nv. M. T.. Melick
uttering- for the Did l'eopln's Home....
. . , ..KeM. F; .l". llamnav.
yuartet: Mr. Wiley, noprnno; Miss
Onnson, alto; Mr. M"Kuhn, tenor: Mr.
1".ra', turns, Mts Margaret IBoulder,
At - St Stephen's Episcopal mlsalon,
Twenty-fourth nrtd Amos avenue, there
will b a celebration of the holy com
munion on Thanksgiving day at 10:
o'clock. Services are being - held every
iinilay in Saratoga hall by Rev, L, W.
A publlo Tliankaglvlng service la an
nounced by the Castellar Street Presby
terian church for Thuredny morning at
10:30 at Its meeting house. - This year's
service, aa the one last year, will be one
hour in length. There will be speolal
music. Sermon thome. "The Divine Bane-
The kev to success t ustneaa la the
ludlclous and persistent Use of newspaper
A Crael Mistake
Is to neglect a cough or cold. Dr. King's
New Discovery cures them and prevent
. .is motion. 60c and 11.00. For sale by
Beaton Drug Co.
Don't Spoil Your Appetite
By Overwork in Cooking Your Thanks
giving Dinner. Come to the
Where you can down to iivompleiilrkey dinner at a
y reasonable price'. ' '
Reserve apace to entertain your 'duetts 4t the Millard for
Blue Points, 15 Blue Point Cocktail a la Millard, 25
' Cffeam of Oyster Royale, 10 Conuomme Prlnceas, 10
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I Beaton Drug Co.
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Celery, 15 Queen Ollvea, 10 Lettuce, 10 Young Onions, 10
Broiled White Fish, Maitre de Hotel, 30.
Fried Black Bum Mennlere, 35
, " . ENTHEEH
One-Half Spring Chicken, Virginia ityle, 50
! -Small ,Beef Tenderloin, Trianon, 40
Individual Boston Baked Pork and Beans, 15-5
Young Turkey, Oyster Dressing, Cranberry Sauce, 40
PrimeRibs of Beef, Oirnozone, 25-40
Watertown Goose, Applr Olace, 40
Steamed Potatoes, 5 Mashed Potatoes, 5 Baked Potatoes, 5
Cauliflower in Cream, 10 June Peas, 6
Candled Sweet Potatoes, 10
Chicken, 25 Lettuce, 16 Potato, 15
English Plum Pudding, 10 Pumpkin Pie. 5 Hot or Cold Mince Pie, 6
1 COFFEE, TEA, ETC.
Coffee, per cup, 5 Tea, per cup, 5 Milkier bottle, 10
Tin? Plum Puddluga,
"Turkey and Metz Beer Thanksgiving Pah '
NO Thanksgiving dinner can be com
plete without that delicious Brew,
Please phone your order early, to insure prompt delivery.
Ask for it when at your Club or Cafe,
as all first-class places have it.
Your patronage of this Home Brew Is a Boost for Omaha.
METZ BROTHERS BREWING COMPANY
Drcwprs and Doltlers ol Fine Deer Only
"THE OLD RELIABLE"
WM. J. BOEKHOFF, Distributer
Phones: Douglas 119; Ind. A 2119. OMAHA. NEBRASKA
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Whlta Tokar Wlna
Fruit Calaii (
Vanilla l-a Oraam.
In accordance with our
usual custom prevailing at
about this time of the year,
we will give a prime, frejih
killed turkey to everyone
purchasing ponda to the
amount of $10.00 or over
(either Cash or Credit).
This offer appllen In Our
Mra'a Clothing Dopartinnnt
From NOW Until
Thursday, Nov. 30
. Notwithstanding tho great
inducement, our iirlcoa (all
marked in plain figures) on
Meu'a and Youug Men
Clothing, will be found very
much lower than are aake.l
y other reputable atoren,
and th turkey ia a clear
tain to you over and above
tho article you buy.
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Your Thanksgiving dinner will be
incomplete without u bottlo of wino of
Bomo kind. "Wo havo the largest assort
ment to select from, both' imported and
domestic, and you will bo Surprised at
the rcasonablcncAs of price at our store.
Dakad Rvaat Potatma
Calary and APP'a aala
futi Ralilna Donbsaa
Horo aro a fowsuggctstions:
Califoraia Cldrctf per bottle. . '. .25e, 35c, 50c,
Fine Zinfandel or Burgundy, per' bottle. . '. ,G5c, 75c
Delicious Snuterne, per bottle. ... .75c, 90c, Sl.OO
Sparkling, Burgundy, pints 65c,, 75c, $1.00
Sparkling Burgundy, quarts. . . .1.25, 1.50, $1.75
Champagnes domestic, pints.-. 65c, 75c, $1.00
Champagnes imported, pints $1.50, $1.75
California Sweet Wines such as Port, Sherry, Angelica,
Tokay and Madeira, etc. per bottle,
......35c, 50c, 75c, $1.00
Call, Phone or Write to
1309 FARNAM ST.
Omaha's Only Exclusive Family Liquor Store.
Buy Your Oysters
Beat b' a Ofat'r.
. an Half SbaU
Prima Roast baat
PoUfs U.I I. Touiatoaa
. t - Miwhroom gaaaa
. Aaaorta1 Nuta
It's your only'guarantee against adulteration,
inferior grades and unclean handling.
. For CO years "Booth's Guaranteed Oysters" 1
have been sold in hermetically sealod cans with
all tho goodness sealed in all the dirt sealed out.
They reach your kitchen the way! they leave
the seaside. , .
Fads and fancies in the oyster business will
come and go, but eventually all oysters will be sold
the Booth way tho pure food way..
And they aro more economical because you
get ell; real oyster value a whole can full and
nothing more. ,
Insist on Booth's, in hermetically sealed cans,
TODAY. , i
Our booklet, "Oysters in 100 Ways," free for
Booth Fisheries Co.
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