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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: OCTOBER 5, I'll;.
Monday Will Be a Busy Day at
The Novelty Co.
For Monday wo have prepared special bargains that will
make this store the busiest in the city.
We Have Suits, Goats, Drosses, Waists up to 52 Sizes
Ladies' and Misses' Suits and Coats
Newest styles, just received from New
York, mostly samples, go on sale Mon
$10.00, $6.95 and S5.00
Ladies' and Misses' Swell Suits and
Coats, all samples of high class gar
ments, beautifully trimmed and lined,
regularly sell at $20.00 to $30.00, go
Monday in three lots at
$16.50, $14.85 and $12.50
Ladies' and Misses' Serge Dresses, for
Monday's selling, at
$2.98, $3.98 and $6.95
Silk, Messaline, Poplin and Crepe de
Chine Dresses, placed on sale for the
first time Monday at
$7.95, $10, $12.50 $14.85
600 beautifully Trimmed Hats, from
our own trimmer and from the best
New York trimmers, placed on sale
$4.98, $3.98, $2.98, $1.
e make Skirts and Suits to your measure very reasonable
Bargains in our Clothing, Men's and Women's Shoes and
Dry Goods Departments for Monday will be
the talk of the town.
Monday All Day
worth to $15,
Monday AU Way
worth up to
Ladles' and JIlssos' Kimono
Aprons, In ginghams und
percales, limited two to ono
customer; at, OQ
Monday we will place on salo
Ladles' Outing Flannel Night
Gowns, limited two to ono
customer, at, Oft.
Monday All Day
Men's and Boys'
Monday All Day
300 Sergo Dresses, In ladles'
and nusscs' sues, sell regu
larly at $5.00, limited two
drosses to a cus- ,d - AO
tonier at, each. . P ZfO
500 Ladles' and Misses'
Beautiful Trimmed Hats
worth $5.00; on special salo
each . . t . . .
Monday All Day
12 c Hose,
Monday All Day
8 H -inch Wide
Monday All Doy
Monday All Day
Monday All Day
Monday All Day
Men's Work Shirts, also
Men's Flannel Hiilrts, wonn
to 75c, limited two shirts to
a customer; clothing QQ
department, each. . . Oi
Monday All Day
10c Cotton Flannel Gloves;
limited five pairs to a cus
tomer; clothing department
at, per C t
House H Children's
The Novelty Co,
N. 16th St.
Dresses and Full Dress Suits
Put Into Shape Again
Any event as exciting and crushing as our Ak-Sar-Ben
Ball of tho other night, will result in a lot of
crushed, stained, torn and otherwise dilapidated Ball
Gowns and Full Dress Suits. But, a damage of this sort
isn't as serious as it might have been some years ago,
for you now have "Dresners" in your midst. Dresners
will take, your filmy gowns that cost a young fortune
and they will put them Into a condition like new, for a
very small sum. Then, too, the full dress suits of the
gentlemen; they should be cleaned and pressed at once,
so as to be reaay lor tno next arrair. "ssna
it to Dresners" they are MASTERS of
this sort of work.
2211-2213 Farnam Street
TOPICS FOR OAY OF REST
Grand Harvest Home Rally to Be
Given at First Methodist.
REV. TITOS LOWE TO PREACH
Ilenson Presbytrrlnit Sunday School
Will Give Inlerontlnjr Program
Itefore thp Ilrmilnr Morn
A grand harvest home rally will be
given Sunday morning by tho Sunday
school classes of the First Methodist
Episcopal church, Twentieth and Daven
port streets. The rally will start promptly
at 9:30 o'clock and will be mado ot an In
teresting series of topics. The program
has been cotton up In the form ot an
excursion and each station marks In
allegory the feature to be presented.
Tho program follows:
9:30 Officials and trainmen on duty.
9:35 Depot entertainment. Special at
tractions for on-tlmers.
9;t5 Gloria station.
9:17 Melody run.
9:51 Prayer by pastor.
9:55 Harmony valley.
9:59 Excess fare birthday collection.
10:00 Study Point. (Coal and water
10:00 Primary Junction. Branch line
10:30 Parlor car entertainment. Head
ing, Mlsn Pearl Roberts; solo , Miss
10:40 Conductor's report.
10:42 Announcements for other trains.
10:46 Patriotic Heights.
10:80 Gloria station.
Rev. Tlrus J. Lowe, pastor of the First
Methodist Episcopal church In Omahn,
has arrived to take up his new duties.
He will csnduct tho usual Sunday services.
At ihm Rjtnflrtn TrVivt nrln flnnrlnv
school at 10 o'clock Sunday morning a
rany-aay program win bo given. Mrs.
C. C Sawtell will give an address to tho
children. Morning worship will be at 11
o'clock. Tha sermon theme Is, "Christ's
Words," Howe's duet, "In the Cross of
Christ I Glory," will be sung by Miss
Korr and Mr. McClung.
Christian Endeavor will hn nt a-m n ,
and evening worship at 7:30 o'clock, when
narvesi noma", musical program will
bo given as follows:
Hymn by the congregation.
Hymn, "We Plough the Fields"
'Softly Now the Light of Day".. ..
....arranged from Carl M. von Weber
"What Shall the Harvest Be"
AH M's Kerr and Quartette. "'
o&iWVL b,the Pastor.
While the Earth nemalneth"... Maunder
t, . Choir.
iRHVJ Cha4:l0? H mlnsr has prepared
to glvo a weekly course In tho gospel of
John at both tho Church of tho Cove
nant, Twenty-seventh and Pratt streets,
UneW PresbJ"flan church, For-
J???" 8lr6etS' Wcdnsday even
ngs at tho former and on Tuesday even
Ings at tho latter church. Rev. Mr.
Fleming devoted his summer vacation
this year to special training in this work
in the east under Dr. White. This will
make tho fourth book In tho Blblo ho
has thus studied with his people In these
Sunday will be Rally day at tho Lowe
uwZ p,resbyterlan church, beginning
with the Sunday school at 10 o'clock and
Including all tho services of the day.
r. i Baptist.
ard!iiXB"ch rty.fonrth and Sow-
t &8Wt radars
If &nmiJSl"Sal servlc. conducted
W? F' Dott.nt5P,.Xtt tfd ""Mln. Rov
and other special music. Graduating
A SaSanf " Wha
About Him? What Is Ills Fate?" V
fZ fa r Taiitli i
n . tm4 aim r oor. is. 1L Tnf t
Pastor-Sunday school at JO . m Morn-
'ChwS"?5 aL'cl0Qki ""Wet; "Gorod
.t5i-JJor.dB BUPPer wl be cele
iSSoif fX" K?5lI?V. People?.
vi a gallon." Miss on Sunday school
3 & . 20W South Fourth street ' at
. ist' lI,arn!y.and Park Avenue-Morn-
Iw T. JU.r V. lu;iiV w,y Bermon by Rev.
tv p.er IIowe1': observance of tho
in ,h.:V u"5f "nooi at noon.
Evenrnl-worh.P: wltY; pcturTsVr'rno "
'at 7:30. on "Pnni n w.-. iim
day prayer meeting at 7:45 p. m., toplo
: ' K2 SRlSfJ pyer Meeting, and tho
Cfllvurv Tw.nrv.fim. mjt 11 . .
Services at 10.80 m -r.-m JL
ducted by Rev. Thoma, Anderson';" tho
Lord's supper will be observed at tho
ClOie of thn mnrnincr ..rvlnn nv.i .
a.Voon' G' u' Nob!e' superintendent. At
"H', mo iL-Buiur meeting ot tho
Baptists Young People's union. Mid-
week riftvnttnnAl maatu. v. .1 .
on Wednesday at 8 p. m.. Rev. Anderson.
Thirst fhrUtlnn Tulv..l.iL
nev. A. I )- Hnrmfln T'fj f r. f i . .
vice at W:S0; topic. "The Church und Hor
ureat Knemy." Evening sorvico at 8 p.
m . Endetworers have charge of services.
Bible school, 9:45 a. m.
North Side. Twnty-second and Lothrop.
H. J. KlrchsteJn. Minister-Preaching
services at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Blblf
school at nonn. Ynim Tlr.iI. o.
of Christian Endeavor at 6:1S p. m. Presl
HS1 P3k JS5.H!n,?! S1"1 university
S'" 4Vr , r "'"r'B nrm evening.
Rev H. J. Klrchstoln, pastor of the
lng the International convention of the
church, now in session at Toronto
First Church of Chnut. Scientist. St.
i , ,venue and '""ty-'ourth-Ser.
vices it II a. m. and 8 p. n.; subject of
lejjson lermon. "Lrnrcullrv" Knr, ,t .
school (two nesiona), :44 and U a. m.
Plymouth, Sorylcetf In the University of
Omaha Auditorium, Twenty-fourth and
Evans, Frederick W. Leavltt. , MlK.tJrll
Hillside, Thirtieth and Ohto-W. S
nainP"wPafiTJorT7Worn,"K worship. 10:30;
Rev. 8. H. Buoll, stale Sunday school
superintendent, will ,pak. Sunday JchSo
at 13 m. Junior Endeavor. 3 d m si!r!Xr
Endeavor. 6:80 p. rn? Evenlnc wortSin
7.30, inducted by the pastor. worfch,l,
...... m niciiiuora. aunoay school
12??J p1 Boty .ot Christian Knl
y- vrning worth p. 7:45:
sermon on friendship,
Rt. Kfatthlna Tr.u r, A l .
" ...-, - v.. ... a ji lilKlinciorL
Dm r.nn. K (.nmhonMb ... '"?"!??
communion, 8 a. m. Sunday school, 10 a.
.... uiiiini njcr uuu sermon, ii a, m.
rnurch or the Good Shepherd, Twen-
I Hector Holy communion, 7 30 a. m. Sun-
lnv Rnhnnl O i U I . .
with sormoii, H a. in
witn sermon, 7.30.
All fealnts. Twenty-sixth and Dewey
Avenue. T, J. Mackay, Hwctur Tho m
tor will prcAOh Sunday mot nmg on ' The
Wa- Homo," a new and tuKBjtlve book ,
by Basil King. Churoh school, 10 a. m 1
Holy communion, 7:30 u. ni. ,
Church of St Philip, tho Deacon.
Twenty-first near Paul, Hav. John Albert I
Williams, Vicar Holy communion nt
. in. juauns at iv. iioiy eucharlst (ohoral)
with sermon, 11 tv m. Sundaj- uehool. 1:45
1. m. IWenlng prnyor with sunnon, 7:80.
St. Matthew's. English. Nineteenth and
Castellar. Rev. G. V. Snyder, Pnslor
The tlino far holding tho mblo school Is
charmed today from 10 a. m. to 1:30 p
m. Church services will ho hold now at
:30 p. m.
aion English. Magnolia hall. 2404 Ames
Avonue. Rov. G. W. Snyder, Pastor-Tho
,r. h10lJ1"f the Sunday school Is
K.' )' iiom p. m. to 10 n tn
iioujiiiK church eervlros Is
""""i ironi 3:sv p. m. to 11 a. m.
vK.?if.ni.Ue. Jlt,morlal, Farnam ami Twen-tj-sixth
Avenue. Rev. Oliver D. Baltily,
It ir"-.7.P" Pastor Morning worship
?,c,oc1ki oubjoct, - Tho Cure for
Hi'J.vKvf' 1"!sr WOMi'P nt S o'clock. Tho
at 7 o'clock " 5 'l L,u,hor loasuo
i'Mk?; English. Twenty-fifth nnd
1ov- Ur. I Groh. Pnstoiv
Wori.il? w7'?B ut.U ,."' t0"c' "n'8
ffl "a,US.for Um WKhf ' Sunday
pi h?.iJUi-. S.:ii lu " Young People s
ChHstlan Endeavor at 6.45 p. m.
Graco English. 'Twenty-sixth between
JnHP,esJonaa?.d Wxworth Avenues Clar
v?conX?,i?",art' Mlniitor-Motnlnir ser
ntff AL" ?; ,n"' P'0- Excuses
? nciVona.: Evening sa-vic0 at
of t& Xti lop ' ounttxin Expcr.onces
10 n m01ii,Tamc?' "Sunday school at
to bo prewnu Ch n,embrr la ured
vice. nfUioA.i.1 ?' I'ntor-Sor-and
SJ,vf, a cX" chapel. Thirty-fourth
nl, d?d' s.unay oool ot tho Bug.
..ik f1"1,"1 8 o'clock In Our Savior's
iVton 'ilr U7l TwnfyMxth and Ham-w-li'n-.i,r
?l!?,la ftt la"r p nco every
2n U8' Confirmation levins b0.
Kin October a at 8 m. In clmpcl.
When Wq, Walk tho Seas." Uvenlns
First. Twntiiutt. t-.-. .
SU htt M. 5.L8te,XMSrn,nK wrvlco nt 11.
K -Th0. Cha-"cngo of the Christ."
evening service at 7.W; subject. "Th
Upward Troll." mmri.,.' '.. if1.?
a. nr. Epworth.loague at elso V. m
irJ F'-aDO. i fortieth and Farnam. W II
Underwood. Minister-Morning TerV at
at in nvif0"',1.06 nt 7.:S0- Sl'ndtl' BChoo
tonl. L"k', En worth leaguo nt 6:30,
nn t If- 9,h00lnK Chums: Its Influonce
Pearl Memorial.' Twonty-fourth and
Larlmoro. J. Franklin Haas, Minlster
"9 "S. worship nt 10:43 o'clock. &t
sermon by the pastor, followed by holy
oommunlon. Miss French will sing, "Oh
Sh'nlng Light." Evening service of ser-
Kw'orXni?af.tn8ceW! 8,,bJeC, "The
t Jnht6h. Gr5s',av8rCfe.Urtna".L MS?
day school at 10 a. m. Prcaclilnir servle
Holv SnlVir-.8"4' "Tb Work of the
oi bplrit ' Edworth leaguo at 6:30
frriT1, I?ea?h,nlf. n 7:80 P- m-i ubject,
The Onlv llVtunilntlnn '
Grace. Camden Avnmm ntut t ivntv.
sovonth, Thomas M. Bvans, Paitor-Sab.
bath school at 10 n. m.: 11 a. m special
China day services. J. K. L. C. E. at
B p. m. K. I . C. K. nt fit.m n m
Preaching at 7:30 p. m.: subject. "The
yhltcned Harvest." Gospel meetings bo.
gin next Sunday, - with Dr. and Mrs,
V heeler assisting tho pastor,
m,nlnutJI,U' Forty:flrst and Charles,
William Boyers, Pastor Pubilo worship
and short nddrcsj by tho pastor, followed
by tha holy communion, at 10:30 a. m
Sunday school at noon. This Is tho last
Sunday of tho red and blue rally con
test for 300 attendance. Epworth league
at 6:30 p. m. Evening worship nnd ser
mon by the pastor at 7:S0 p. m. Remem
ber the change In tho time of evening
meetings and come a half hour earlier,
Honseom Park. Twenty-ninth and Wool
worth Avenue, C. W. McGasklll, Pastor
Pleaching services at 11 a. tn. and 7:45
P. m. This Is Rally Sunday for tho fall
work. Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.. Ep
worth leaguo at 6:43 p. nt. Mid-week
prayer service on Wednesday evening at
8. Monthly official board, Monday even
ing at 8. A reception to tho pastor and
his wlfo. and to Dr. and Mrs. HIbIop will
be given U tho parlors of tho church on
Diets Memorial, Tenth and Fierce, C.
N. Dawson, MlnlBter Sunday school at
9:30 a. m. Preaching ax. 10:45 a, m,; toplo,
"Duties and Privileges of Church Mem
bership." Edworth leaguo at 6:30 p. m ;
E. H. Pendoll, leader. Preaching at 7:30
p. m.; topic, "The Secret of a happy
Life." Offclat board moetlng on Monday
evening. Prayer moetlng Wednesday at
7:30 p. m. Sunday school board at 8:15.
Sunday, October 12, will bo Sunday school
Rally day, special program.
Falrvlew, Corner Fortieth and Pratt,
Rev. Charles H. Fleming, Pastor Bible
school at 1 v. m. and afternoon worship
at 3 o'clock. On Tuesday at 8 p. m. bo
gins the mid-week courso in the gospel
Central United, Twenty-fourth and
Dodge, Rev. Hugh B. Specr. Pastor
Morning worship at 10:30 o'clock. Sab
bath school at noon. Young Peoplo's
meeting at 6:30 p, m. Evening worship
at 7:30 o'clock.
First. Corner Seventeenth and Dodge,
Rev. Edwin Hart Jenks, D. D., Pastor
Public worship at 10:30 a. m. Evening
worship at 7:30 o'clock, topic, "Wisdom in
Proverbs." Christian Endeavor meeting
at 6:15 p. m. Sunday school at noon.
Castellar Street, Rev. C. C. Meek, Min
ister Sabbath school at 10 a, m. Morn
ing worship ut ll o'clock. Junior Chris
tian Endeavor meeting at 3:30 p. m.
Christian Endeavor meeting At 7 p. m.
Evening service at 8 o'clock. Prayer
meeting Wednosday opening at 8 o'clock,
.First United, Twenty-first and Emmet,
Rev. A. C. Douglass. Pastor Service at
10:30 a. m., topic, "Tho Church and tho
Children. Speoial rally day program In
me Baooain scnooi at noon, young Peo
ple's Christian union at 6:30 p. m. At 7:30
p. in. Rev. J. H. White, suite superin
tendent of missions, will speak.
Lowe Avenue. Corner Fortieth and
Nicholas. Rev. Nathaniel McGlffln, D. D
Pastor Rally 'day in Sunday school at
10 a. m. Rally day church service at 11
a. m. Special Christian Endeavor pro
grams at 3:00 and 6:45 p. m. Rally to the
evening rorvlce at 7:4J o'clock, subject,
"Vour Body and Your Soul."
North, Cornor Twenty-fourth and Wirt,
Rpv. M. V. Hlgbce, D. D. Pastor-lMbllo
worship at 10:30. a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Sermon at 10:30 a. ni. topic, "An Ancient
and Modern Insanity." Sunday school
at noon. Young People's Society Chris
tlan Endeavor at 6:30 o'clock. Prayer
Omaha's Greatest Clothing House
A BREATH of
the stand in
fluenca t h q
sits It is
not the ridicu
isher" type, but
the flavor of
style that Berg
has caught for you.
And to think that you can
get it direct- our clothes build
ers make these garments in Am
erica for England for so little a
cost makes one wonder at the
progress of the world. Come in
and try ours on. All prices
$10 to $40
A N" exceptional dis-
m BH39B m
play of afternoon
and street dresses.
Styles in dresses
nro more distinctive,
more generally be
coming tins season
than for several sea
son's pnsfr. Wo nnti
oipatoed that dresses
would bo in great de
mund and bought
heavily and tho ad
miration given our
assortment, by cus
tomers proves tho
wisdom of our action.
Evory now stylo
tendoncy can bo
found here and at sur
prisingly low prices.
Dresses in oharmouso,
crepe do chine, poplin
and cropo moteor
drosses in crinkled
and canton cropo, in
sergo and in Bedford
All the now coors
aro horo:flamio, Rus,
sian, greon, niggor
brown, paon, cafo,
Indian rod, as well as
all Btapl'e shades. Our
showing is individual
and contains but ono of a kind, so an oarly
choice wil Iget tho prettiest $15 to 35
Now Fall Suits at $20, $30 to $35
Now Fall Coats at $15, $20 to $25
meeting at 8 p. m. Wednesday evening.
Communion next Sunday.
Church of tho Covenant, Twenty
sovonth and Pratt, Rov. Charles H,
Flaming, Pastor Morning worship at
10:45 o'clock, Hiibject, "A Constant Mir
acle." Bible school at noon. Endeavor
meeting at 7:15 j. ni. Evening worship
at 8 o'clock, themu, "An Involuntary De
cision." Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock
the first lesson In the mid-week course
In tho gospel of John.
Westminster, Twenty-ninth and Mason
streets Tho hour for the morning ser
vice changes from 11 o'clock to 10:30
o'clock. Rev. A. II. Marshall, D. D will
conduct tho communion uervlce. Thero
Is also a change In the time of Babbath
school. Hereafter all deportments have
their sessions from 12 noon to 1 p. m.
Youhg People's society at 7 p. m. Ser
mon,1 by Dr. Marshall at 8 o'clock.
Third, Twentieth and Leavenworth,
Rev. Robert Karr. TaBtor Rally service
for tho Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. Sun
day school promotion oxorclsos at 10:45 u,
m., presentation of diplomas and awards
of merit. Junior Christian Endeavor
meeting at 3 p. m. Christian Endeavor
prayer meeting ut 6:30 p. m. Evening ser
vice at 7:30 o'clock, sermon by the pas
ton. Music by chorus choir, John O.
Clifton Hill, Forty-fifth and Grant,
Roy. Thomas B. Gieonlee, Minister
Blblo school at 9:43 a. ni. Pubilo wor
ship nt U a. in. k-ubject, "Incarnating
the Spirit pf tho Frlond of Sinners. Even
ln worship nt 7:30 o'clock, topic, "Neg
lecting so Great Salvation." Christian
Endeavor society meeting at 6:30 p. m
f uJ it. "The Idea! Christian Co-oporat'
Ins With Others." Wqdnesdav evening
at 8 o clock meeting for prayer and fel
lowship preparatory to communion.
First, Twenty-third and Deer Park
Boulevard. C. Edward llolvnkn i,..,r
uiiiiiiuiiiuii ui ii a. m. ; incmo, "Pleas
ures a orevormoro,
10 a. m. Youmr
tlan Endeavor, 7 p. in
Furo Foods at Popular Prices
ii ii u. m.; incmu, "Picaa
ln,?rf' . inching at 8 p. m.;
Fatal Uo.' Sunday school,
IB People's Society of Chris-
Rev. J. A. GUlcBpIo will speak at Jacobs
hall, Corner Hevonteonth nnd Dodge
streets, Sunday ut i p, m, on "Victory
Oo'r the Grave." This Is tho third of tho
series of International Bible Students' as
sociation lectures being given here,
Reorganized Churoh of Jesus Christ of
Latter Day BalntH, Twenty-fourth and
Ohio-Sunday school. 9:t.' a. iti. Rellgla
Literary socloty. 0:30 p. ui. Praochlng at
s p. m. by Aiiostlo J. A, allien. Midweek
prayer service, Wednenday. 8 p. m.
People's SIS North Eighteenth, Rev.
Charles W. Savldge, Pastor-Pastor will
preach In tho morning at 11 o'clock; sub
ject, -Tho Special Provident of God."
Rov. C A. Atherton will preach at 7:45
p. m.; subject, "Witnessing for Christ."
A Ilunaerims Wit u nil
Is rendered antiseptic by Bucklen's Ar
nica Salvo, the healing wonder for soros,
burns, piles, eczema and salt rheum. 25o.
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MONDAY AND TUESDAY SPECIALS
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tho boat assortments, but wo also offor tho boat aorvlco. You are
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SPELLS OF WEAK KIDNEYS
READ AND SEE WHY
Some Peoplo have Trouble with the Kidneys every Au
tumn. They become frightened when the Symptoms
appear. There is a reason. It can bo avoided.
During the month of October the kid
neys aro especially liable to become de
ranged, Tho perspliatlon that has been going
on freely during the previous months is
at least partially stopped during Ootobor.
Tho skin and the kidneys are very slml-
lar In tholr action. They both eliminate
from the blood, poisons. As Is well ,
known, tho skin can act In place of the!
kidneys In a small degree, and vice versa.
When one Is affected the other Is apt
to be. I
The sudden checking of perspiration!
during the month of October throws upon1
tho kidneys tho extra work of eliminating,
the blood poisons. This concentrates the!
poisons In tho urine, which may set up
an Irritable condition In the kidneys. Tlio!
rTrsnoh Pess rtlt
PoU Naturolo packed
In Bordeaux, and pre
pared with fine herbs
and French onions;
dozen 2GC cans, $1.70:
per can 15o
Onion BalAd, A supe
rior relish with mat.
etc.; dozen IEq bottles,
tl.iO: bottlo ioo
Dainty and delicious
nix regular IGo cans,
EBejjpr can lQo
High Orade Oraokera
Iton's Fairy Soda,
crisp and delicious,
packed In handsomely
decorated useful tins,
50ci largo paokago lQo
Boustd auokersi -Neptune
brand direct Im
portation; three reg
ular SOo cans, 60a; or
Worcester 8 a u o
Made In England
"Superior to others
best"; bottlo. 2Go it loo
quality; 3 useful iuart
glass jars, 11.00; or
with soup, salads, etc.
Three 30o cans, 5Bc;
can , ,0Oo
WTfe Uo Onr Own
Zotus "Aokola" tlie
acme of perfection
S lbs. $1,10; 2 lbs., 7So;
per pound 400
Tea Opeclal All our
high grade Oolong,
English Uroakfciit, In-dla-C'eylon
teas, usually sold by us
at 60a a pound, special,
pound 4 Bo
Finest California pock,
regularly sold for 4 Bo
a can. dozen largo
cans for S2.SS ; per
Canned Fruit Special
Bit ra, California
pack V.gg Pluma, Ap
ricots, Pears and
Peaches, 30o to 36a
value; special, per
doxen, $2.60; can, 83o
ITroneh OUve Oil A.
QlllarU and Fills,
double clarified; regu
lar 4Co bottlo for 30o
KlP Olives Bylntar
brand; dozen 40a cans,
13.60: can 300
Dozen 25c cans, $2.3E;
per can aoo
Pure Catsup totns
fiaclc; dozen 25a bot
ten for $2.10; per bot
Strained Honey Ab
solutely pure; dozen
25c glass Jars, $2.10:
por jar 180
Bnlk Coco Her
Bhey's. made on tho
form: 4 lbs. tor 95a;
per lb 2 So
Splosd rig Tea Gar
den Preserves, packed
on the Pacific coast,
special, BOc glass Jars
Swift's premium, high
grade product Is now
being demonstrated by
us; 1-lb. carton . ,aso
Courtney's Wines and Liquors for Med'e Purposes
Tou get the wme of purltr and value hr, and will realize a blr saT-lng-
by supplying' your aed at thsss low prices i
A well known uwoet
dinner wlno; .3 50c
large bottles, $1,00;
per bottlo 38o
Purs Table Claret, A.
Oood, Bed Dry Win
$1 gallon Jug for OSo
Homo Iliads Wlno
Medically pure; $1.00
gallon Jug for . . . ,7fio
Old Continental, bot
tled In bond, made
spring, 1905. Regular
price $1.25; special,
por bottlo 98o
Pepper Whisker The
Genuine Jos, 13. Pep
per, bottled from tho
barrel, direct from tho
bonded warehouse. Si
full quart bottle, 88o
Irish Whiskey Old
ushmllls' pure malt,
regular price $1.50;
special, bottle ..81.10
Btont Brewed and
matured In bottle by
"Whltebread & Co.,
London. Dozen regu
lar $1.50 nlpa for $1 20,
or 2 bottles for, ,.,38o
concentrated acidity of the urine Irritates
tho whole tract. j
Tho crlBp weather of October naturally
increases tho appotlte. It requires some
solf-oontrol not to over-oat during the
first cold days. During the hot weather
previously the amount of food oonsumod
Is much loss than tho uppotlte craves
during October. This also tends to pro
duoe irritation of tho kidneys by the ex
cess of material in tho blood.
Peru n a Is a gentlo diuretic. It assists
the kidneys In meeting tjie oxtr burden
thrown upon thtim tluough October
weather. It is well to take It, according
to the directions on the bottle, during
tha whole month
Those who object to liquid med.nes
can now piocuto 1'ctj.ih. Tul'lila. j
Courtney's Candies and
Made in our own complete candy kitchen. Abso
lutely pure, temptingly dollcious a perfection
of quality SURPASSED BY NONB.
Courtney's "Italian Style'' and "Incomporoble
Chocolates'' are a revelation tn chocolate candy:
One-pound box OOo
lvrge box; 81.00
TODAY'S EUraOIAX. Assorted Butter Cups de
llclous nut centers, per lb 20o
stall and Phono Orders Promptly PUled.
Offers visitors to
Omaha an excellent
ings and good service.
Tho prices are very
moderate." Try us,
Open from 7 a. m. to
7:30 p. m,
1510 DOUGLAS ST.
Women's Exclusive Wearing Apparel
At Moderate Prices
p. iNew uoods Arriving JUaily.
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