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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 30, 1911)
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worth up to
1o iit $5.00
worth uj to
$17.)i Jit '
worth up to
$10 nt $3.98
DRESS ut '
BEGINS SATURDAY PRICES ARE REDUCED ON EVERYTHING
UNHEARD SACRIFICE OF ALL OUR WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR WINTER APPAREL BEFORE THE MIDDLE OF THE SEASON.
We Offer Your Unrestricted Choice of
--?xAi . 1 ' s r
et K.h i HV.tt.V' H . ,v
IN OUR ENTIRE STOCK
(MANY. WORTH UP TO $35.00) OR
Any Woman's Cloth Coat
(MANY WORTH UP TO $65.00) OR
h py ; Amy Womam's Dress
tJiV-:. 'fNsly;: THAT HAS BEEN SELLING UP TO $50.00
SATURDAY-ONE DAY ONLY
Clearing Sale Special
Yomea's All Wool
anawls ana hearts
knitted scarfs nnd nhawlg, IVj' toVP
fancy colors. JScnrf anJ hshawls
that sold up to $1.00, .
on laro bargain square, vil
at, each V
A!ho big. lot of women's aud uil-
clren's knitted caps,
H-lnch KixlUnt-Hultltir In 1 nhadea ol
gr!j- liilnml, I chuie f ttrown mld'j
ana 1 tid or navy b!ft. Tli blsgesi
lr Uooda Bargain offered In year
oiie mua a half rarda
wide ami worth Hii: yQ
apiM-UI at yard au4 J L
Kala rioor sBarfala
I I! I
Hundreds and hundreds of the newest, highest class, most fashionable winter garments in
cluded in this offer. Every new style is represented. Nothing reserved.
Your Choice of Our Women's Evening Coats, at.. .JUST ONE-HALF PRICE
Your Choice of Any Woman's Dress or Costume, Worth , Over $50.00 for. ..... . .HALF-PRICE
All Fur Coats, Fur Sets, Fur Muffs and Fur Scarfs, at GREAT REDUCTIONS
Choice of Any King or Herald Square Waist, at ..ONE-THIRD OFF THE REGULAR PRICE
Women's Tailored and Lingerie Waists, Worth up to $2.00, at .98c
S U ! I it
WMBMMWB MPgBf.l,AHtf. XUMBaI"' ""gUJ.J.. ggt
up to $3.00 at
Clearing Sale of Blankets
Sl.no and SVS.00 Ffiiicy lUth Iktbe and Wrapper
lUanketR at nuh OOc K1ra large site, 72x90 In.
on will make root, heavy weight, light.
luetlhm and dark colore large aaaort-
raent ot pattern; clearing price,
I u J b
lU-Rolar 91S.00 !dr and 'JO.0O pair Fine All
. Wool lUanketa at each A.UO-LThese are the tin
eat wool blanketa manufactured fancy jacquard
- nefllins, bound aldea and ends with 4 In. silk rib
bon; cornea In ilnk. blue, lavender, tan and nlle
green, alao Large plaida; clearing price, q j
Fine all wool 1 1-4 atxe Blanketa In plaids, checkr,
white, tan and grey colors; never priced for lege
than $5.00 and $6.00 and are well worth .V
It; clearing price, per pair $&V5
Price Reductions in Jewelry
25 per cent reduction on any piece of
solid gold Jewelry or gold-filled Jewelry
(diamond set Jewelry excepted.)
S5 per cent reduWlon on everything in Ster
ling Rllver, Toilet Ware or Manicure Pieces.
25 ier cent reduction on all Hollow Sllver-ware--Tea
arte, Bake Dishes, etc.
V:io per. cent reduction on all Clocks, except
.All Velvet Bags that sold fbove $2.00 at half
price. - , . . ,
All Velvet Bags that sold up to $1.50, at.... 89
CANDY SPE0IAL-Two-pound boxes of
the choicest chocolates at, per box, $1.00
An Extraordinary Clean-up of Fleeced Flannels
Saturday we offer for sale our entire stock of Swansdown
double fleeced flannel , together with all our Vicina fleeced
back flannel, suitable for kimonos, wrappers, children's
wear, etc. These goods formerly sold as high as
18c a yard. These are in full pieces, not rem- fiv f
nants; to close out every j-ard quickly, in the QJJ
basement, the price Saturday will be, per yard. -
Clean-up of Shees at About " Price
$1.00 Crochet Slippers, all colors, per pair 50c
$2.00 AVomen'8 Felt Slippers, per pair..: $1.00
$1.00. Men's Low or Clog Rubbers, per pair. .' 50c
$1.25 Children's Velvet or Corduroy Leggings- at.v..69c
$3.50, Jockey Boots or High Cut Shoes for girls nt 1.25
isejwnasBBgBJHBBB"a'w, "(W ki t" fkA t i tr:i. V..
Shoes at, pair. .$2.50
$4.00 and $5.00 Women's Sample
Shoes, including Red Cross Shoes,
MeVa $4.00 and $5.00 Shoes,
broken lines, at, pair S52.50
8 gftrefcfr 1!
WELCOME 10JHE HEW YEAR
All Omaha ii Preparing; for a Grand
EIQ PABTY AT COUKTSY CLUB
Mr Olhrr. rrlU- Hria 4mttt4
tm tVKrk Uil ttt OU Year .
OwBha t lab.
OraaliA tn preparing to properly le
litl iu of th Now Yr.
VhMf.vr Kall4 bunlneaa ecilvUie it
b aancwrKkd Nw Tear a dar and say
rartta mill gathrr at homo end at cluba
to watch th old rrar out and tha naw
jtar Jr djatiio!nra ot many hotiiale
and man l.oiisea be given a vacation.
A few atorea will kerp cpen throuchcwit
ih day and atraet railway and telehtile
employes will remain at work, but tha
majority of he clly'a population will
join in tlie srneral obaervatlon of tha
Churctiea will liold titling aervlrea Bun
day and the various mlntatera will 'preach
.rmona appropiiata la the ocraun.
Theatera will provide nterialnroant. good
billa having bean announced at all of
Thera will Im no det rraaa In tha hum
of revolution maker, nor will tha
auiply of firm reolva ba dlmlnlahed.
Vaier wagon cluba arc already taking
riape, with large Initial enrollraenta.
Nururroue entertain menu wiU ba held
ew Year a night. Th Omaha rlub win
Violtl open ieue and other fraternal' or -geiilsaliona
have arranged piorauia of
fieaaura for the evening.
If. W. v, . Neveatlea.
t, Theia IU Ik an Informal rei-eptlon at
Uk Youiik Men'a ClitiNtlan aaaoclatloit
Yuri day from 6 o'clock until t
i cluck In tl evening. All friend aa
T ell aa mrtnbera are Invited. There will
no reg'ilar cafe and rafeterta mel
t-'fiid nd the building wilt not bo open
ntll t o'clock p. m. alua'.c will be
I :acd and aung and refreahmenta will be
rved during the recepttan.
j TIhi (iinoha Country club nwmbera will
a roiiklru New Year a celebration at
club brg.imli g with a atrlnged or
.' 'leatra im.Ual piitgram from 8: to II
t1 clock Hunday evening, following with
U ipper from 11 o clock to midnight. Trow
;U to t:& o'clui k tliey at'.ll dan -a In th
i.ew ear Many ot the participant
"r plana'!. K nake a conipleta night
ad roura.Dg it, er.aii.g tba celt bra -;t
on with b:ekfaai partte In the homee
.Hid at the other cluba.
TtUa la Ilia flrai lima the Country club
tsaa haJled . new year at ' clua
Uim for tl.ia la tl. flrat x-l.cxa thai It
La bo wiata aa well aa a auuvuer
Ylub. Iwrenoa Brjiker and Ktank Col
1 etaer have tl.e alf.ir In ii About
laswrvauoiia hate been r.
;. New Books
JK'NNJK CKKHAKDT. ' Ky Theodore
Urelaer. f. .35. lUrper ft Broa.
Tha author hn a woman'a heart la
tba wildat of a broad picture of otodera
life which la full of eontraats and of
vlvtd charactera-tha life of rich and
poor, tha raotory and tha magnate, tha
ocial butterfly, and. tha . drudge, tha
aterii faiallo and the epicurean. It la
iot only Jennla wlio Uvea with u, but
alao her brutidlng father and contraatlng
typea vf raen aud.womaa following out a
myeterkma deatitiy. Tha ' book does not
preach a moral, but htakea oha fait a
aooral dealing Willi queatlona actively In
ur minda today.
THBlt()Al. By Frank Bavlla. JU Fp.
1JS. 14tlle, Brown, A. 4- ' . . . .
Tha action occura chiefly In tba Balkan
peolnauia. Imuo an Aanartua.il company
hue to etrlve agatnat odda or plot, treach
ery and political Intrigue In building
Tha r.oed" the great Blr railway. Car.
vaaa Agnew. engineer In charge, needed
all tils grit and determination to combat
tha many ubetaclee which he encountered,
and unit have failed, but fur tha shrewd
ncaa of hie auuordlrtate, Jovan Vac, and
tha comaga of tha charming American
heroine, . who luatchea har wits agalnet
those of a fascinating Italian girl.
AK TUB rPAKKR TUX I'PWIHD. By
'iu 'lowneend Wraoy. Ski Pp. II. ei. A.
C McClurg at C.
Tlila Is a lata at a modern Adam and
Eve in a South Pacific peradlee, Tba ac
tion In tha latter part at tha book
chengee from the aouLh aeaa to tha I'nlteJ
btatea and enda In civil war daya.
THE FOLXOW1NU CP THE BTAR. By
Florence ti, Barclay. 4M Pp. $1.3.'l. fl. P.
t'utnam'a Bona, ,
A love alary which tuma upou a
Chriatmaa eermon. Proud, wilful lHana
Itlvart. the poaaeaaor of wealth aa well
aa of beauty, beard, and though un
consciously eoul went out to aoul. Tha
etory la told with a wealth of aentlment
and romance until tha climax la reached
and tha reader turna back to dwell again
in the wonderful realm which tha author
TUB taAHKlAOU PORTION. By H. A.
Muclwll Keaya. 4J4 IV. H Small May
nard A Co.
Tha author lays the scene ot this
story in a modern university city and
portraya the Ufa,, inert outspokenly and
with an unsparing, but Just, understand
ing. The Interplay of Interests In a uni
versity community la alertly realized In
tha development ot tba plot.
REBKUJON'. By Joaaph Medlll Pat
terson. u Pp. Kellly-itrttton
Thla atory has fur Its theme the ques
tion of divorce. Georgia Conner is mar
ried, to a druukard. and at tha opening
of tha story haa left him and la aupiiort
Ing herself aa a stenographer. She i-nd
a young man tn tha offloa where ate
works fall id love with one another, but
Oeorgla and her family are Catholics
and do not behave In divorce. 8he la
persuaded to go back to her husband, hut
leaves Mm again after tba death ot ntt
child, and when Maeon Stevana pasaes
through Chicago there la a conversation
la which the arguments f tha priest are
CAPTAIN WAItrtKN' S W A K 118. By
Joseph C. Lincoln. 4 Pp. fl.M. Apple
A wholesome atory of a shrewd, rugged
old Cap fodder, who la brought tn New
York by chance to ba tha guardian of a
wealthy boy and girl. It contrasts, with
telling effect. Ma homely but genuine
Start of Lincoln Monument
ways and honest ldeaa with the sordid
superficialities or high society life in the
TOD1MK. By tillbert Wateon. Wl Pp.
11. SO. The Century company
The atory of Toddle, caddie at ft. An
drew's. Scotland, . and hie bachelor major,
and ot how the two of them came to ba
lovers inatead of women haters. A rare
blend of laughter and fears, rich in wit
and sentiment. Bob is In It, too" and Bob
Is a dog -worth knowing.
TUB SPBI.I. OF THK ROVKIK3. ; By
Enoa A. Mills. - Hotightn,-Mlf llln com.
pany, Boston. $1.75. , f
The majesty aad moods of tha Rocky
tnountaltn exert a fascination that chal
lenges tba explorer and climber. To few
la given the -strength, courage and endur
anca to acaleHhe rugged peaks, explore
the aolitudea or penetrate the fastnesses
of gorge and canyon. Where one suc
ceeds, millions must be ronlant with de
scriptions or fleeting glitnpsea from car
windows. Mr. Knos la one f the very
few explorers who has tramped over the
mountains In all seasons. Impelled by love
of adventure In tha heighta fend solitudes,
end Ul book tella not only of Ida experi
ences, but conveys tha spirit vf the Rock
lea lo his readers. Tne thrills of tha
snow avalanche, the landslide, the storm
king, the foreat fire, the whirlwinds, are
faithfully described, aa well aa tha won
ders of sunrise snd sunset from eminences
two miles high. Kqually Interesting are
tha chapters on the lira of the wood
lands, the Inaect robbera and winged con
servationists of mountain forest. Mr.
Enca knows hi subject from experience
and observation and conveys his Impres
sions with the gripping force of pen pic
ture and photograph.
Huckel. lol Pp. 76 cents.
This I the atory of Wagner's music
drama retold in Rnglbib versa aad con
cerns lha wtlcs practiced against fieg
frted and Krunnhllda by llagen. Outrun
and Outrone, the death of tha hero, the
recovery ef the magie ring by the Rhine,
the fall of Valhalla and lha coming of the
twilight ef the gods.
aad the events of that time were thrill
ing in the extreme. His recollections will
be appreciated by those Interested In tha
hlntory and development of the west.
DAVID CROCKETT, SCOUT. By
Charles Fletcher Allen. J. B. Llppincott
company, Philadelphia. $1.34.
Bo long as human hearts are thrilled
by romance and adventure, the story of
Davy Crockett's life will hold a high
place in the esteem of American readers.
As amall boy, pilgrim, mountaineer,
soldier, bear hunter, congressman and
hia herulo death 'In defense of the his
toric Alamo at San Antonio, Tex., the
career ot the famous southwestern pioneer
breathes the spirit of tha wilderness, the
border settlement, the struggles for
liberty and life, with a dash of primitive
Washington life In the first quarter of
the nineteenth century. The picture of
Crockett, now published for tho first time,
is taken from the Chapman painting re
cently mi veiled tn the Alamo. The author,
Mr. Allen, though a business man and
banker In Denver, la aaaoclate editor of
8 ports Afield, , Chicago, and has written
much about western life. Knowing it by
living In it and by study of the lives of
those who biased the paths of civilisa
tion through tha wilderness, he fashions
an appropriate aettlng for the adventures,
heroic deed and admirable traits of one
of the noblest characters of frontier his
ECHOKS FROM EDEN. By Harriet
Fmma Wood. 406 Pp. tl.od. The John Ci
Winston company. i
The author haa given us a .new view
of the creation. The subject is treated
In a manner to interest students ot
biblical history and written In a style
attractive to the gxneral reader.
finest and Most Mature
At Fountains & Elsewhere
Tha Original end Csnulm
Thi Focd-drlnk for All Ages.
" At restaurants, hotels, and fountains.
Delicious, invigorating and sustaining.
Keep h on your, sideboard at home.
- Doa't travel without F.
A quick lunch prepared in t minute.
Tale no imitation. Jast say "HO RIM'S.'
Hat la Any FVlk Trust
EKSKN'TIAl. KI.KstK.tT8 K Hl'l
SkJif ( HAKAI'TKH H) Herbert ll.
dtocaeeil. 11 pp. ta cents, t-Kunng ll.
A summary ef the qusilt'es which busi
ness men should possees. which will be
.nirresttnj- lo both employer and cm
y ,IWI IllMIHlll . iiwiimii
i,7l!, " Ul -AI'I.IHOS WAIT. MUKITOtV UP HT.tTK YH ItnWn KlltrfT IMItT Olt Tlif
'I AI'I'IMOM WAIT. fi'i'HI'TtHV UP HT.tTK YHIIOtVa KI1tT 11
1 M.W U.S.Ji..N Ho,VU(.,NT U.N TA1 It tt vl.uVM'i.
KAXA! IS THK IXTIL. Hy Samuel
J. Craalord ixi Pp. i- A. C. McCUig
. I o
Ooerner Crawford's book of reeoilsc.
U..r.s oners his long Ufa apeal In Kama,
in the aervirw of that atwte. and his ex-
jh:d eirsnca as an officer la the
J nr.lon army la the opwatlona west ef the
I nisvlastppl. The period daring which the
ja-ith'ir waa "war governor" t.f Kanaea
-t ur !; fs-n'is h.v Uid IiUltui paia.
VoveJ of modern
Hew Year's Gift
Kver since Chrtstmad. which by
the way was the moac auccossful
CANDY sale in the history of the
department. Wo nnve boon prepar
ing a choice lot vt 1IOMU HAUt!
CAiNDIEH for Saturday. Hunday
and Monday far KKW YKAltrt
OHTrH. Htartlng Haturday we of
fer the following epeciale:
e attack Wilaut Taffy, lb. . .ao
Ova "friaooao 9weete" Chocolates.
iver lb aso
Peanut Jutir Klaeoa, per lb. Sao
Or per aaci. 6o
4ou Peanut Cluster, per lb. ISo
u.i vanilla CiHHiolataa, lb. . ..86o
' 4tto Chocolate iluaatad Peanuts.
per IU see
Xgyptls Ohoooiatee, per IU . . SOe
tl'wcaei. tn one and twe-pound
School Bay Ohoooletee. pr lb. SOe
l.iiianc t-'ree with ettoli lb. bK.)
treeh Hew Shipment Original Al-
lsgretU Orowasa Sua
k We-ar SntpnteaS atayUr'e
Oaady, per lb. .see
Candy daUvered evary place In
tha city fraa of charge and packed
MTEKS-CILLCn C3UQ CO.
10Rk act waraaas SVa.
Illustrated. Cloth, $1.25 net. Postpaid. $1.37.
J.RLippiricoU Compary pwllliJ IphFaV
I XrtamM ert It
I ! nai a a (.. 1 ;
Miller, Stewart & Beaton Co.
413 15-17 South lGth Strwt.
Oar gTe&t-eit a.nnuAl furniture
ale beging at 8 o'clock,
Tuesday morning-, January 2.
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