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The Omaha Daily Bee
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Wit. humor, ftct'on and eomla
ptctnraa the teat of entertain
in ant, inatru-.tlon, amusement.
VOI .XLI-NO. l.-iO.
OMAHA, SATURDAY. MOUNINU, 1FAKMHKU !, 15)11.
SLW,K COPY" TWO CENTS.
Some New Neckwear for Christmas Purposes
Sale of Cut Flowers
,'iOc fresh J-iuffctA chocolates-
the kind with the no ft cream?
centersSaturday, 2e the t lb.
4c assorted era urn wafara. Saturday,
89o the ll. 40r ohooolata dipped ear
amala, at B5o the ll.
You will find tunny helpful sug
gestions and articles In this x i-l i l i 1
department -- beautiful itvlH In
dainty materials that tell ot Christ
mas In every thread. Not expensive,
Maw caaoadaa and side Jabota In
boxes, M'fciul for Saturday 55o
Haw flohua, alda fr 11a and cascades
at Sso, fine T5c and up.
Bilk aoarfa with hemstitched bord
er, full two yards long, all the
wanted shades, 8c each.
Fresh Cut Hoses,
worth $ 1.00
"."Ir Carnations, in while
Hnd colors, Sat., do....
Everything for Everjboo,
Ewjthlng for Everybody
Everything for Everybody
Good Advice for Christmas Shoppers and Some Important Facts
If you want wbat you want when you want It and at what von want
o pay come here.
If you are scrntchlng your head and wondering; how you are going to
wake both ends meot without slighting anyone; don't worry, don't borrow
trouble come here.
If you are wrinkling your brow and looking perplexed over what to
buy, don't do it come here.
If you are puzzling over any sort' of a Christmas problem we are
teady and willing and anxious to help you, so come here.
We have suitable gifts for man, woman and i hild--mostly the more
acceptable, practical kind of things that amount to more than sentiment;
which with our Immense assortments and excellent displays, make this the
Ideal place to shop.
We never overcharge you, we never sell inferior goods. We believe
n giving you the best without charging the most-tn making your money
,o further here than Is possible at any other place. . -
If that's what jou wnntr-come here. '
Womens Coats for Christmas
Value Giving Extraordinary
The coat stocks'ask every economical shopper in town to give quick
attention, for Saturday there will be many, bargaiua .with a large "U.".
t?K Several Christmas gifts of double value will be
f? .? selected from this coat.Btock before, the Holl-
5i,'''Ntcri ilMi. rtflva fnr WO bnnw Hint mnnv u-rmn haio
' --1 flTtlll llie. waltlnsr for a rhnnon In aoniiro a smart iiot a ,
k T ' - - I tl ' w wwv av
twlh next t0 wno,esale PriceB.
$15.00, $19.50, $23.50
Hives you your choice of every fancy cloth,
chinchilla and novelty fabric coat in our stork.
This stock Is so large and varied that It is Im
possible to give adequate description In this ad
vertisement. But your Investigation will prove
that these prices are far below those we placed
on them the day they arrived In the store.
Styles, qualities and workmanship up to our
usual matchless standard.
f i ' .. . .: a.
Fur Sets and
At '$8.75, 1U50 and
117.50 there's a wonder
ful lot of fur pieces that
will make admirable
Christmas gifts. Made of
selected black and brown
fox, mink, black and
brown coney, etc. the
biggest collection we
.have ever shown at the
AVomen's black, navy
and brown mescaline
waists In tailored styles
have soft "ollars and
turn-back cuffs specially
fine values at $3.50 each.
Women's shirts of navy
and grey flannels, In
modes, as low as $1.25
, Knitted shawls in a large variety ofsty lea.
Colon and sizes, 50c to $1.50 each, accord
' ing to the size and quality..
Useful Things for a Girl's Christmas
Continued lieary gelling keeps the prices in the girls' coat stock
changing dally-always going down as broken lots and lines make their ap
pearance. At $5.00, $7.60 and $10.00 are various Rlrlish styles of service
able cheviots and striped and diagonal materials in garnet, navy, brown
and tan. Some of them have etorm" collars and others notched collars.
The popular pelo coats, for girls, are also to be had at these prices.
Girls' dresses and Peter Thompson svits that have pre
viously been selling as high as $10.00 wnd$j27sb are
specially marked for Saturday's selling
only, at ' . . . .
Men 's Furnishings - - Kinds
Men Want and Will Wear
The average store sells-great quantities of men's furnishings
at Christmas time that never get any further than the bureau
drawer of the recipient. Hut-we don't sell that kind. Our men's
furnishings are selected with the utmost skill and enre by men who
have made men's needs a life study. -J'hey're "right" from every
point of Mew and very often .thoy iost less n't this -store . More are
tome samples of our pricing:
Men's Bath Robes
A lare lino of men's I3.."ifl
bath robe of a most excel
lent tHiallty, In a Rood assort
ment of colors and patterns;
Saturday, S3. 98. Other lines
at J.St.-,, J 4. It 5 and 5.V5 eauli.
or Anioklna; JacRVts of neatly
trimmed all wool materials
a Rood variety to choose from,
at f I a."), $5.i5 and up to JO. 73.
Kntlre new lines, purchased
especially for our ('lirlxtiiius
trade, at tl.r.0, tli.0orSa.Ott,
SXSO and 11.00.
Fancy combination nets, con
sisting of tte.'huiidfcerchlef and
Bilk hose to match, $1.50 and
Two-piece combination sets,
consisting of silk hose and tie
to match, $1.00 and $1.50.
1,000 dozen fancy silk four-in-hands
in ovevy Imaginable
shade and pattern, 25c, 35c,
60c, 75c and $1.00 each.
50c silk hose with linen toes and
heels, all the new shades, 35c the pair
or three pairs for $1.00.
Men's negligee coat shirts In all of
the newest dressy patterns, $1.00,
$1.50 and $2.00.
Fancy ilk four-ln-hands witli
stickpin and tie chisp to match,
' Fancy Mlk four-in-hands In
neat Christmas boxes, 35c each
or three for $1.00.
Silk Mufflers in all colors,
60c, 75c and $1.00.
Guaranteed "Shaw Kult" hose
--four pairs In a Christ man box
Men's and boys' wool sweater coats
at $1.00 to $l.00.
Fancy suspenders In Christmas
boxes, 50c and 75c.
Mght robes and- pajaiuiis-splendld
lines for Christmas gling$l to $2.
Extra Specials for Saturday Only
ll.fiO flannel shlrt.s for $1.15
Men's all wool shirts and drawers--) 2.00 nat
ural wool lines at $1.59; $.1.00 fumel's hair Kiir-
meuts at fl.SS
$l.u0 natural wool shirts ami drawers at.. f 1.00
Men's Jl.r.O iiiaco combed union suits for.. ..$1.00
$1.00 fleeced Mhirts and drawers at 59o
all the new rtyla bats In stiff and soft bloeka
at 60o to $1.00 laaa than you can find the aama
gradee In escluaWe man 'a wwir ahopa. And the
oapa ara priced In the same proportion. Investi
Sale of Men's & Yoking
Men's Extra Trousers
Up to $2.00 values, $1.4.)
Up to 5.00 values, $1.).
Up to $:!.50 values, $il.4o
Up to!4.(K) values, $2.!).-)
Prices are Reduced on Men's Suits and Overcoats
These 'are not job lots bought for the occasion, but high grade garments (hat. we found were of suffi
cient quality to warrant a place in our regular stocks. The suits come In every fashionable and conserva
tive style; the overcoats in every new color and cut with velvet, Belf collars, regular and convertible styles.
All our $30.00 high grade suits at 2.1.5
All our $25.00 high grade suits at.. $10.50
All our $22.50 high grade suits at $17.50
A special lot of 300 fine suits, worth up to $25.00 and
including the best fabrics, styles and colorings of
the season, will be placed on sale Saturday, accord
. Ing to their first prices, at $15.00 and. . . . . .912.50
Choice of our $35.00 overcoats at
Choice of our $30.00 overcoats atv. .,
Choice of our $25.00 overcoats at.i!..
Choice of our $22.50 overcftats at
Choice of our entire stock of $15 and $20 overcoats
in two big lots, Saturday, at $9.75 and $15.00
Also reduced prices on all fur and fur lined coats
. . '.-J.5(l
Great Bargains in the Boys' Store, Saturday Only
Choice, of every
wooJ .ult . wtji.
pair of pants,
senilis at $6.00.
HatilrdBj- '. . .'
boy's all I
One big- lot of boya' $8.00 1
all wool suite, with an I
extra pair of panta to I
natch, hatur-, (9 OCl
I day only
Boys' $8.00 to $10.00 overcoats at..., $0.75
Boys' $6.00 and $6.50 overcoats at $1.05
Boys' $4.50 and $5.00 overcoats at $3.05
Two lots of boys' up to $4.00 overcoats at $2.98
, Small lots of boys' all
i wool suits worth up to
f 1. 6il all new thia season
- --Saturday. 12.98, ff OC
J $2.5 and.., M.tfO
100 doten boys' Knicker
bocker panta that retru
larly anil up to $1.00 each,
Saturday, while Cf
they ' last OVC
, One lot children's felt, velvet and rloth hats, worth
up to $1.50 each, Saturday, or while they last, 40c4
Jloys' pajamas, for Christma presents, 15c, $1.25
Indian play suits at $1.00 and $1.50.
Children's fine double-fleeced, long, flannelette kimonos In a variety
of pretty patterns and colorlngs-quite the thing for Holiday gifts-the
$2.25 kiua. Saturday. $1.50.
Children's flannolette gowns and bleeping suits ju a good line of plaiu
tuuin, ainpeu panel us, ea oaiuraay 00c ror your choice. They were 89c.
Women's extra -fine, 8-olaap lamb
skin gloves In black, white, tail, mode
and brown; 98o the pair.
. Women's a-dasp gloves made from
specially selected sklnn, ail the wanted
colors, S1.S3 the pair. -
Women's extra flue, 3-clasp kid
gloves In a very lai'h'e raiKe of colors
as well as black aim white; $1.76 the
pa I r.
Women's 9-clar, superior quality
cape gloves in black, white and tans;
$1.60 the pair.
Women's silk linod mocha gloves in
all the staple shaueii, $i.fcJ toe pair.
Men's fine dor aUn gloves in var
ious shades of tan, 9I.OI1. .
Men's specially lino cuye gloves, in
tan only, $1.60 the a'-.
Men's silk lined UocLa gloves at
-as and $1.50 the pair. '
Women's U-incli hoot silk hosiery
with wide lisle garter tops and dou
ble heels and toes; black, white, sky,
pink and tan; floe the pair.
Women's pure thread silk hosiery
with wide garter tops and double
lisle soles; sky, pink, tan, lavender,
and black and white; $1.00 the pair.
Extra heavy silk hose with wide clas
tic garter tops and extra fine douhle
lisle soles: all colors and black and
white; $1.S0 the pair.
Complete lines of the famous MoOal
lnm silk hosiery with daintily embroid
ered inateps In strictly new deslKns
made ehpecially for the Christmas
trade-$1.60 to $5.00 the pair.
Sale of Large Girls', Misses' and Chil
dren's Shoes for Saturday Only .
High top shoes, like the Illustration, in patent colt and dull leathers
with patent leather cuffs-large sizes, 2 Vi to 5 ',4, with Cuban heels and
short vamps, $4.00 values at $;t.l5; misses' sizes, ll's to 2, with red or
black high tops, $3.50 values at $2.75; child's sizes, 8 Vii to 11, with red
tops and patent leather cuffs, $3.00 values at $2.25.
1,000 pairs of misses' and children's shoes In button and. lace styles,
have patent leather tips, sizes 8 to 2, regularly priced t $1.35 the pair,
Women's $3. SO and $3.00 patmnt colt and dull
Imathtr thomt with uridm foes and cloth top. Satur
SOO pain woman's $3
thoe in amall tixtt only, Saturday .
Men 's Slippers for Xmas, 85c
There are oijj-y 600 pairs in this lot and we advise
shopping early to be sure of the sl&iVyou want.
Opera styles of tan leathers, sizes 6 to 12, inclusive,
$1.50 value3, Saturday, 85c the pair. 'l
Men's shoes for winter wear, In all the
newest dull and tan leathers, new lasts
and all sizes, very specially priced at
$2.50 the pair.
Men's 'work shoes of good eolid leath
ers lu all sizes; regular $3.00 values at
$1.05 the pair.
'QuAlity considered -Mocejbra doiter tizan a. tfottarwill buy elsewhere
i-lli. sack "U.iern of I'antry" ptrv
flour and 4') utan.pa fl.35
Itennett's Capitol f luursuci I
price, per u,c!: $1.31
-lh can H hiikins powder aid
Assorted teas ami 00 sfps, II,. 48o
fea slftinns and 10 stamps 15o
h n 1 Bra tea pineapple
100 a tamps
M Pork lO.lb70'
t iivA rn - Lear i.,- . -.
10 -C Lard$l
b'r- Butts. .iO)ic
Veal lork Ko3st...0,c KfJ-
Eoast, iot r.oat 8iic J Lamb
12V C X ') Hii:buruer, 3 Us. ,3 Chops
JSc ' ? 2nc 1 lCc.
Y Shoulder Stesk, s (f 1
lbs. for 25c y fe
Veal No. 1 Skinnea Uain, jf
Chops, 13 c f stew
lCc I Ija Bccu",0e i 4ioC.
V TMSSM I
Veal I $ ) Lamb
Stew, A L.
b I. . 1,1 I I I II -i ii n i
IS llis. g-ianulatsd aujar for $1.00
K'?nuett a beat coffee and 20 stamps,
...... . .. .. v w uchl lUMKtl aiMl OH , Hnd lO llunuia Ac-
Aed tVasandij-at'ib'sBo '1' kles" ' and " I o
Full cream cheese and lo' stamps,' ib.".'. '.80o
lrplnla riwlss cheeso amk 10 atainps. Ili. aao
DOUBLE STA.MP3 OK ILL BUTTESIVZ
I'reiini honey cookies special at. per ll. 18o
l.-c Jar peanut butter and lo stumps . 36c
.Nieilium size bot. tlalllard's olive oil and F.0
'i tfins lienuctt's whole tomatoes and 10
Mumps for 85o
; raua Country Clentleniaii corn and 10 stamps
10 BARS DI1MOSO -C LAUHSBT BOAV
Diamond I rystul tiible salt and 10 stamps,
4-ll. pkr- liewpy cleanser' and 2D st pa ... .8ic
'J pkKs. Tfemielt's Cupltol mime meat and ID
I audied I'eel, assorted, and In stamps, In. a6o
i-lii. pkk's. Hennett's Capitol oats and pancake.
flour, with 10 stamps 10c
Extra Fancy Red River Potatoes
at $1.15 a Bushel
Very best mixed nuts, lb
N'ew Knglisli Walnuts, lb
Soyon -t-rown imported figs, lb
jirpv ('ocounuts, faeb
Fiiney.J'en Davis ajijilt1:-, peek, '2'h-
Fancy Cano apples peck, 25c; bushel O.V
Fancy fcand-pkked Jonathan apples peck,
35c; bushel v $1.5
Fancy navel oranges, per dozen, 20c, 2 5c,
30c, 35c tod 40c
Fancy China and Bric-a-Brac
at Half Price
Six great tables are heavily loaded with genu
ine bargains in fancy china and bric-a-brac of al
most every description-kinds you will want for
Christmas presents. They're priced, according to
the former markings, at
25c, 50c, $1.00, $1.50,
llaviland china of hoth foreign and domestic
make; beautiful lines to choose from; at 20 per
rent discount. -
One lot of very fine English and French rhina
cu"ps and saucers worth up to $2.50, to close out,
Kxtra Special-- II blown and fancy etched table
glasH ware, as well as our handsome cut glass ware
in star patterns; a good variety to choose from, at
20 per cent discount.
Hardware Store Offerings
$ 2 2.1 nickel plated copper ceffee percolators $1.89
l.lsk's $2.75 roasters. 16-Hi. size S1.6S
Sic button hole scissors at : 49o
5.0(1 copper baking dlshei at S3 td
MaulciiriiiK scissors Ubo to $1.10
lilamund Kdge tufety ' razors $1.00
As u fitting climax to
our great Half Price
Jewelry Sale, wo will plaeo
on Kale Saturday
Our entire stock of Fine
Umbrellas at Less than
they are dividedlHtothree
lots to make the choosing and
Lot No. 1 at $1.00
is composed of all umbrellas
that formerly sold up to $3.00
each-plain and fancy handles;
taffeta, and silk and linen
Lot No. 2 at $2.49
comprises all umbrellas that
formerly sold up to $5.49 each
-gold, silver and ebony han
dles and flue silk coverings.
Lot No. 3 at $4.69
includes umbrellas that for
merly sold at $7.50 to $20.00
each, and you will find lu the
lot about 10( of the famous
Hull detachable sterling han
dled umbrellas. Such presents
as these are always acceptable.
Any of the above laargaliw may
be resorted by payiiiK a small
deposit. The enslaving la free.
1 0-Inch white metal busting spnona
i'orcelaiu fnan.pl polish
Sea weed sink brushes
Kolid back tamplco scrub brushes. . .
loins' handle wire flekh fork.
I lot spice canisters
W ire corn poppers.
Hiitfle loaf broad puna,
up to 25c
iesn rors :
$1 .0 Idainmiij F.djte kit' lien knlvea and forks, set, $1.00
tl.ii H-plr.ce sme carving seta $1.39
One lot of topper and nickled trays, worth up to .ou
each, at 80 Discount
Toilet Articles, Drugs
20c bottle of peroxide at..Kc
Pond s 25c vanishing cream 10c
l'liiaud's 75c i.ilas de France
toilet water S9o
2fic it. A i. rice powder . ...80o
Fond a ?!: dentifrice at 100
Hinds Lou Honey and Almond
II On An urea and I.u Trerie
iHilbrook's 50' toilet waters, 30a
I'ehei-o f.llc tooth iiasle 39o
Saultol I'l.i- tiKitit powder 16o
3fft: Hatlu skin powder 19o
Charles' bOc flesit food 40o
lsabell's J.i- hand wliiicner. ISO
Colgate's ami Williams' 10c cakes
of shavluK soap So
10c l'ulmolive soap, i rukea for ISO
10c vaseline ,-onl cream Bo
HourJouH' 11.00 perfumes, ox., 6o
ic sachet envelopes 18o
uOu bottle Syrup of Figs 450
luu lb. of boras for a
Dnlls nf All Kinds
May Be Found -S.
m - aT . at - l ; f
in lov i own w
Tlilil'll lll'A inU.l-i.1 a1itlw ' JV--
l IC (U V 1 II I I 'W I l II 1 l I
doiiHslie made dolls. dolls of
eei coiicei aoie iviuti iiuti
tleseiiiition; small, medium and
huge. There are dolls with clothe
without, dolls that will go to sleep, jointed
dolls, dolta with real hair, dolls that w
walk, dolls ih.it represent the little girl's for
eign tonkins, etc. Dr. !f mamma wishes to make the
dolly herself, alio will find a doll's head In our mammoth
assortment of' Just tho right size and klud for her need.
Complete assortment of
Campbclp dolls at l.0t
each Toddles, school boys,
girls with muffs, etc.
75c white kid body dolls
-ouly 200 In the lot-whllo
they last. Hc.
$4 extra large, French
Jointed jubilee dolls, at
$2.00 Columbia Jointed
dolls'with kid bodies, long
flowing real hair and mov
ing eyes, $1.25.
One lot patented walk
ing dolls of various kinds,
worth up to $1.00 each.
2r.c "Tootsle" rag dolls,
with celluloid faces, 10c.
Souvenirs, while they last, will be given to all
children accompanied by an adult, Saturday
Ulrls' toy sewing machines,
TuniblliiR hears--a mechani
cal toy to be wound up
and which will tumble nil
around the room each, SOo
Hox full of colored . tin
25c nested blocks with
fancy pictures 100
M'echanU'Hl trolley engines
that really work $1.73
Buy a Kodak For Christmas
Make that liny or girl happy with a Kodak this ('lilstmsn
older people enjoy them, too. Complete llnee of all Bust
man inude and Kastman controlled Kodaks, can -eras and
supplies are to be had at this , store.
ore's a new Freme Bo. O, equal v
In quality te the famous lltMe
Brownies but It's a trifle small
er. The machine sails" for $1.80
1 and the films coat only 8So per '
doaen. Does really flnewortooT t
i Fronv that price they range tip to $100
so that all may be aulted. If you aire
nut familiar with the operation of a
kodak our expert will be pleased to
3lve you any help or Information you
ealre. Think It over. A Kodak means
pleasure for every member of the fum
lly long after Christmas lias passed.
Mechanical air ships.,. ,83o
Mechanical . trains and track
Mission finished wood bluck
bosrds to liana on wall 60o
Fancy china toy tea sets B00
Friction toys and hill climb
ers 50o ana $1.00
Well made printing presses
Trick boxes, very amusliiK,
J 85 gS2S
Just Step Within Our Big Book Store And Solve
that , Christmas Problem Easily
You will find the Christmas spirit pervades every nook and corner,
the stockB are easily accessible, the range for selection Is by far the largest
In Nebraska, tho prices low as you naturally expect at the Bennett store.
The fiction table is piled high with theMiest and the newest books, the
"gift book" corner contains the choicest works of the best publlshers
twould take more than a page to tell the story. Some underprising la
noted for Saturday's customers.
Extra for Saturday Only New Fiction, 50c
One lot of books of new fiction that have been selling at $1.25 or
better priced for Saturday only at DOc the copy-Including
"The Victory of Allan Itutledge"-Corkey . j.
"The Calling of Dan Matthews"-Wrlght. . .
"The Prince of In4la"-W'allace
"The Foreigner" Connor
"The Purchase Price" Hugh
"The Lords of High Declsion"-Nlcholson. . .
The grst poets la a new edition Longfellow. Tennyson. 'Whlttler, Lowell
l.inersoi) and Holmes buckram, 8o a copy; three-iuarter leuther, $1.83 a copy.
Home specially 'good hooks from the Juvenile department where you cuil
find hundreds end hundreds of books fur various ages of child life.
For the Girls
The Utile I'rudy Hooks. The Klsle nooks. The
I.lttle 1'epper Hooka, The Little Colonel Hooks,
The Louise Alcott Hooka, The Hetty Wales
uoons, i ne auiii jane penes, kic.
For the Boys
Tho A I. ship Hoys. Jl he Aeroplane Belies, The
Klver Hois, The Motor Hoys, The I'lilnani Hull
Hoys, and hundreds of others equally ayxid.
Christmas Letters, heals,
Cards, Tags, labels and
Dressings In Our htatiouoiy
Complete Lines of Foun
tain Pens for brisiiuas
Presents Waterman's- aud
Kan's Initial handkerchiefs, 10c to 50c.
Man's pure linen handkerchiefs with
and ',4-lnch-hemstitched hems,
10c to due each.
Woman's fine Irish llnsn handker
chiefs with emhroliiured corners, 15c.
Women's fine, sheer Irish linen hand
kerohlets witli bund eu.broldtred cor
ners, 2Uc euch
x Woman's extra fine linen hsndker
chlefa with prettily embroidered initial
corners. 15c ruch.
Woman's pure Irlab linen fancy em
broidered Initial handkerchiefs, J"c en. h.
Woman's sheer, pure Irish linau hand
kerchiefs Willi bund embroidered Ini
tials, 2ur. each.
Oroee-harred handkerchiefs with finely
embroidered Initials. 5c each.
Tine lawn handkerchiefs, with Ini
tials, 6c. each.
Extra fine lawn handkerchiefs with
baud embroidered Initials, tiulaundered,
Women's and children's soft finished
grass bleached linen handkerchiefs,
with Initials, 10c each.
Rare Reductions on
Art Brass Suitable
$3.00 clocks, 13 Inches high.. 1.50
$3.00 clocks. 10 inches hlgh..l.no
$1.30, 12-inch eaudlestluks. . . .MOo
$1.10, 10-Inch candlesticks. .. ,50c
$1.00 8-Inch candlesticks. ... .40c
$2.50 12-Inch vases at Si "i
$2.00 8-inch vuhcs at.
ti "' H-lnch tankards at
l.0O 4-plecj HiuokluK nets at.
1 -BO nut bowls now priced at.
II. .10 nut bowls at.:.
fl.Jj pipe tacks reduced to...
$1.50 tobacco jar at
$1.10 collar and cuff boxes...
76c France cabinets at
$l.:'5 Frances cabinets with two open
I2.0U hut racks reduced to $140
!'0c hair receivers at 45o
ti.UD brass outfits for $1.85
$1.50 bran outfits at 78o
$1.00 brass outfits for B00
:5c brass outfits reduced to ISo
. . .75o
. . . SOo
. . .7So
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5,000 Pieces of Popular Music at 5c
opy or tjix tor jc yoii win rimi in this tot-we
print this small list, which is taken at random from this Llir assortment.
'is"ul--".vo Murlu," "Ansel's Seteiv
ade," "I'ome With Me," "Kathleen .Muv
ourneeu," "KJJIurncy," "My Old Kentucky
Home," "tild Hlack Joe," "Uld Folks ut
Home," "Hoi k of Akes," "Schubert h
Herenaile," "Still as the NlKht," "Mendelt.-lnstruinentul--"Aiivll
tlful lllue Danube Waltz,'' "KvenioL
Slur," from Tunnliuuser, "Funut '
"l-'ulliiiK Waters," "Heather Hells," !
Wish I Was lu IHxIe." "II Truvstore.'
"Juimnpii," "Love's liream After t!i
Hull." "La Zinnana." "Nearer Mv tioi
t, Thee," "t Ud ( laken Huckel," "On t.v
Meiidow," "Feurly Hew lirops" "Scarf
liuiicc," "Silvery Waves." "Traumerie
ItMi.amif," "Woodland Kchoes," 'Vou
and 1," "Zaiupu," etc., etc.
All othmr popular muMic it told at lOe
par copy, mnd you will alwayt find thm
vry lattMt longi in thm colUction. It 's
alto thm largttt stock in Omaha.
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