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THE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1913.
Most Mothers Know
CufrPrice Millinery Sale
THE NOVELTY CO.
That You Can't Better Our
3 BIG PURCHASES
ENABLES US TO MAKE SALES ON SATURDAY
THAT WILL SURPASS ANY PREVIOUS SALES
SATURDAY MORNING AT 8 O'CLOCK SHARP WE OPEN THE BIG SALE
ON $10,000 WORTH OF MEN'S AND YOUNG MEN'S AND BOYS'
OVERCOATS AT 50 CENTS ON THE DOLLAR.
f Any Hit
At tho Prices
S rrnrfgent Urn
best makers In tho
country, and sell only
(IrDendabln a li n
that ttAetn in 4tf-fi.
This includes our entire tins of hand
somely trimmed Pattern Hats In silk, vel
vet, plush and btavsrs, worth up $18.00
both the children and
th "folks" year
arter year, Priced
Import O n t
BtMl and Khlns
$1.50 to $2.50
"While Cabbages Are Cheaper, the
Product is Sky-High.
NEW CIDER ON THE MARKET
"irthrrn Mlchlann gqniish find
Florida Ornnara Are Added (o
the Mat -of Good Thlnas
1 . . to Eat.
Those who have enough Oernian blood
In thetn to like sauerkraut will find their
cost of llvlnsr Increased this winter even
above what .t hM bech before. While a
llttla over a month ao sauerkraut aold
at wholesale for 7 a barrel, today the
jpaekers are asking 1 and IS) per barrel.
Thus this commodity ha doubled In price
In the last six week.
This Is something of. a puzxle to the
grocers as well as to the consumers, for
while sauerkraut luui doubled and more
than doubled In price, northern cfcbbajre,
from which the kraut Is made, haa come
down a cent a pound. "Can you explain
that!" asked .Al Kins;, manager of the
grocery department at Harden Bros. "H
you can you can do mora than the rest of
us ran. Dot t jruess It can be explained
the- same a can the prices of many other
article's of .produce that have fallen Into
the hands of a fern- manufacaurers In tho
Utt flftten years."
New Cider Here.
N'ew cder Is on tho market at J8 cent
it Kallpn. It conies In glaaa jugs. When
the thirsty .Individual desires to take
and keep thJ Jug he pays 0 cents and
(iocs on hit way trioleins'.
Itutter has gone tip a cent and a quar
ter In the ts.t wiefc.
Irrigated potaloen from Idaho are on
ihe rosrkct, !TSry are exceptionally fine
and large, Also theie are few hoilow ones
among Ahem this year- The early Ohio
and the Uurbanks are somewhat scabby
this year. ThH Colorado and Idaho whites
art1 of good quality.
Colorado. Washington and Idaho apples
are abundant on the market at present.
Jonathan are selling per bushel nt
11.15, Greenings at tJ.tf. Wack Twigs at
2.00 and Delaware lied at W.35.
Hubbard squash have arrived from
northern Michigan and are selling at 2
Dents a pound.
Florida oranges are In, sweet a sugar,
selling at 3 eents a doxen.
Meat haa held out at about the some
price, although pork loins are easier and
spAre ribs are up. The cold snap ha also
tnade tho mutton market strong.
Jack Frost Causes
Heavy Apple Losses
Clyde Barnard, whose apple orchards at
Table Rock have long made him one of
the leading horticulturists of Nebraska,
makes the dolorous report of heavy apple
losjes over about Hamburg, Is., as the
Tesult of the early heavy frosts.
"One apple firm," 'he says, "haa lost
1 UX)bushels of fine wjnler apples, which
were caught on the tries by this freeie.
They were Wneap and otner good fall
' varieties. The fruit had been sold, but
subject to sound deliver)', so that the
orchardlsts and not the buyers, ar the
"I have heard of no serious losses down
In our Nebraska apple section."
F. E. SANBORN WILL BE
SENT FLOWERS BI-DAILY
P, E. Sanborn, president of the Omaha
Manufacturers' association, while he Is
in the hospital at Rochester. Minn., Is
to be remembered every other day with
a, bunch of flowers from the Omaha
Manufacturers' association. At the
meeting of the association Friday it
was decided that a bupch of flowers
should be sent him every other day. He
underwent a successful operation there
for gall stones. He Is said to be getting
along nicely now.
The association received Invitations to
enter exhibits at the exposition at
1-yoni, France, and the Mld-Padtto ex
position at Honolulu, both of which ar
to be ht)d nut year.
Woald Mski Them Better If They
T,he makers of Foley Kidney pilla know
that . they have .absolutely the best com
bination Of curative and healing medicines
for kdney and bladder ailments and uri
nary Irregularities that It Is possible to
produce. Mrs. O. Palmer, OS Willow
btreet. Green Bay. Wis., was eertously 111
w(th kidney and bladder trouble. Mr
Palmer writes: "My wife s rapidly re
covering her health and strength, due
solely to the use of Foley Kidney rlUs."
You cannot take them Into your system
without good results. For sale by all
FELLOWSHIP DINNER AT
Over 100 ticket already have been old
for the Commercial club good fellowship
dinner for Tuesday evening-' of next week.
Cabaret features have been scheduled
and the affair Is planned to be exceedingly
eutetalnlng. It la a dinner for members
nd frjends. Tickets are selling rapidly.
Most 'Woaderfnl i.ainc
After suffering many years with a sore.
Arooa King, Port Byron. N. V., waa cured
by Bucklen's Arnica. Eelve. Sc. Kor isle
lor ypur drugglst-Advertleement.
FRED T. IIKNTLKV,
"Master Credit Clothier"
Who Sells CLOTHING
Store Where Credit Is Merely
ssr $5.50 z
Coal Hill Coil Co.
211 SOUTH loth ST.
Wo Fuellzo tho Went.
"Sensational One Cent Sale"
OF DRUGS AND TOILET GOODS AT TtfE
GOODS AT lo EACH
You buy one at Tegular price and get
the second one for lo.
GOo Derma Viva, 2 for Bio
Zto KroxlllU, 2 for Mo
2Cc Mistletoe Cream. 2 for ..S4o
26a Pond Lily Cream, 2 for Mo
25c Zodenta Tooft Paste, 2 for..fiao
i&Q Prophylactlo Brushes. 2 for..36o
tOc Oatotea Face Powder (I
shades), 2 for .BlO
tOc Itetuoln and cucumber Lotion.
2 for Mo
21.00 Plnaud'a Lllaa Vegetate,
2 for X1
11.00 Dr. Smith's Ueauty Masks,
2 for ...1.01
2 60 lipys Fragrant Cream. 2 for. Mo
:5c ligg-Yelk Hhampoo Cream, 2
2&c Tooth Brushes, 1 doten kinds.
2 for .. Mo
2Sc Dressing Combs, 2 for Baa
E0o Drtssln Combs, 2 for Bio
&0o Triple Ki tract Perfume (10
or 12 odors). I ox. for Bio
25c 1-lb. boxes Perfumed Talc,
3 for 06o
tOo Galatea Massage Cream, 2 for. Bio
COo Ptxspoo Liquid Bhampoo, 2
EOc Circassian Hum and quinine
Hair Tonic 2 for Bio
tOo Bel-Bon Peroxide Cream, 2 for. Bio
25o JIaublgant's Rice Powder, 2
for ( MO
OMAHA'S LEADIftG PRESCRIPTION DRUG STORES
Sherman & McConneH's 4 Rexall Drue Stores
.AST A Y. UW A nBS O. . mi.
w osi.!! MVjiu ivi9.
Wa'Olve Oman Hat Trlmma
Trading Stamps FRKC
115 SOUTH I6TH STREET
etwaan Dotdjt and Douglas
We rsoslvsd a carload of live spring- ohloksns dlreot from
Ui form for gatnrday selling and will dress them, to your ordsr, ..
m. uirtct ttaving- of UU to io on
aU meat boojrat at rubilo Market,
lo.uvu ins. I'ig 1'om loina. . . , . itffo
I'lg i'ork Jtout ..10',
i'lg I'ork Butts 13fio
Hteor i'ot Koart HHo nnd 10i4o
Young Veal Hoant lUHo
Young Veal fltew 90
Choice Fall Mutton (fore quarters;,
per pound DUa
Cfiolce Fall Mutton (hind quarters)'
per pound . ,.'.7io
Million cnops, per pounu 100
SO lbs. Best Sugar... 91.00
With 1 lb. Tea or cocoa. ..... .eso
12 Barn Diamond C Soap flBo
With, Washing Soda 100
.Public' rrlde Blue Bell or Sunklst
flour, 41-lb. sack., $1.15
?Be sacks Kamo Pnneaku Flour, 200
Hand Picked Navy Beans, 11) Bo
Tamales or Tork and Beans, 2 for, lBo
Quart Jars of Olives . . SBo
Do You Want to Save Half the
Price on Your New Suit?
If you db, don"t fall to bo on
hand at Orkln Brothers' bis suit,
Hale early Saturday morning. It's
their annual fall clearance, Includ
ing over 1,000 of their hlgh-claaa
tailored1 suits, seloctnd from their
own superb stock. The styles aro
the season's very newest, Individ
ual and excluslvo In design,
Pay one cent more than the list price of these advertiser! articles and
get two. Regular prjco for the firstone cent for the second. An un
usual proposition surely; hut then, "The Rexall Drug Stpres" are un
usual stores, This offer holds good only for the advertised articles
MEDICINES AT lc EA0H
Ton Bur One at Begular Price aad
r1 the Second One for lo,
2So Laxative Ilromo Quinine, 2 for Mo
$1.00 Tono-Nervo. 2 for tl.01
2So Carter's Little Liver Fills, S
28cLtsterine (Lambert's), 2 for,.30o
2Sc Mentholatutn, 2 for Mo
SOo Laxative lloro Pepsin, 2 for.. Bio
tOo Payne's Kidney Pills, 2 for. .Bio
$1.00 Victor's Barsapartlla. 2 for 51.01
2to DeWltt's Laxative Cough
Syrup, 2 for , Ma
2So Arnica and Witch Usui Salve
' 3 for ' Mo
2$c TIs for tender feet. 2. for.... Mo
$1.00 Comp. Syrup Ilypophos-
phltes, 2 for , 81.01
60o Dromo Celery, for headache,
i tor sic
$1.00 Cromer Kidney Cure, 2 for 91.01
0o Neon's Catarrh Tablets, 2 for Blc
2So Porous Plasters, 2 for, aso
2g Victor's "Sure Thing" Corn
Cure, 2 for Mo
ITEMS AT lo EACH
You any Oa at Xegular Prloe, We
Give You Another for lo,
5c Crane's Furniture Polish. 2 for 30o
10c Cone Lye or Potash, 2 for...llo
So Toilet Paper (rolls). 2 for eo
Uo ted ..Raven Splits. 2 for ISo
lOo Hhlnola Blacking. 2 for., no
25c Pint bpttle Orap Juice, 2 for 80o
$1 llalr Brashes, six or eight
kinds, 2 for gj m
10c Writing Tablet. 2 for Ho
tOc box Psper. 2 for ei0
15c Jetter1 Molt Extract. 2 for.. loo
"" "r rrw uoiunsit ileal
m . . . . .... W
a pound lor.... ..Uuo
Mutton Itoaat 7tt
1-ainb Ltga, per lb. ,Uo
10,000 lbs. No. 1 Extra Lean Hams.
per pound .,..1440
C.000 lbs. No. 1 Smalt Hams....9jio
.Sugar cured nacon 10q
No. 1 Extra Lean Bacon 18 Ho
From 8 to 9 p. m., Umb Chops, Bo
From to 10 p. m., Fork Chops.lOo
We handle all kinds of fresh and
alt fish and oyst.rs. N
ifio Unifier's Catsup ..90o
Best Standard Corn, Peas or Toma
toes. 3 for . . . 2B0
Best Brands'ofrButter...33o and 3Bo
Best Country Butter 30a
Hutterlno. 2 lbs. for BGo
Domestic, 3wlsn cheese, lb. ...... 23o
It um ford Baking Powder lBo
Macaroni or Spaghetti, i pkgs. for lBo
Strained Honey, pint jar aso
mostly .ono of a kind and style.
Tho same sort of stilts that have
made Orkln Brothers' suit section
o popular -with tho women of
The sale which starts Saturday
morning at 8 o'clock means a sav
ing of about half the regular sell
ringe . ...4J0
SOo Good Bulb
I3ar and Ul
c e r Syringe
o r female. ,
fnr . SI
6c Rubber Nipple.
10c Bicarb. Soda, 2 lb for .110
60c Bleud'a Iron Tonic Pills. 2 for Bio
10a Sulphur, 2 lbs. for 11a
26c Crude Carbollo Acid, 3 pints. .Ma
10c Epsom Salts, 2 lbs. for. , . . . . ,llo
26o .Hlnkle' Pink Caoara Pills,
: or , seo
6pc Peroxide, 2 lbs for.;..;. 0i
2$o Ext. Witch Haxel-,. 2 bot. for. .Mo
0c Crerae Elcaya. 2 for v...lo
You buy ose at Begula Price, We
SJE ski 'Vam i oak m t
we a6U ma JK&rilflT BII.
rXAkMACT, Mthiid JaMOXO It.
for. ........ Bo
$7.50 and $8.50 Men's
and Young Men's Over
coats, also ono lot of
Youths' and Boys Over
coats, all go at
$10.00 Excellent Good
make and well
lined, all go at
One lot of Slip-on
Coats from this
purchase, worth to
Boys' , Overcoats
from this Pur
chase go on sale
All Men's Fur Coats from this Purchase go on sale at Big Reductions,
you will need a Coat of some kind this season, come early Saturday morning.
214-21G-21S North 16fh Street
ONE BLOCK AWAY FROM THE HIGH RENTAL DISTRICT.
Steel Shod Shoes
For Boys Full of Pep
Thoy outwear two pairs of ordinary boys' shoes and
cost onlv a trifle more. Boys', 1 to 5, $2.50; little gents',
10 to 13H, $2.00.
Drexel Shoe Co.
1419 Farnam Street
Welcome News To Omaha Housekeepers
Patronize tho New snow-whlto market and save money oa your
MEATS, PROVISIONS, POULTHV, FISH, EGGS, ETC.
Specials for Saturday:
1,000 lbs. Pork Loins (cuts 3 to 4 pounds)' per lb 12
5 bbls. Pork Bonear per lb 3Hd
Leaf Lard, 9 lbs. for SI. 00
Choice California Hams, per lb 9i
Dest Creamery Uutter, 1 lb. carton, per lb 33
Table Butter (choice) per lb 28
Butterine (beat brand) per lb , JJSSC
All kinds of Poultry, fresh killed, at wholesale prices.
FRED BONNESS PROVISION STORE NO. 2
608 SOUTH SIXTEENTH STREET.
Just South of Jackson. Phone Douglas 4070.
A New Collar.
EARL (EL WILSON
Quakers of thovs best product
Kin m fj i Ji1
Note the Brake.
Men's and Young Men's
Overcoats, in Heavy
Scotch Cloth Chinchil
las, Big Rolling Collar,
with or without belts;
also long Ulsters and
plain Dress Coats, in
black or gray, worth
Men's and ybun men's ovor
vonta, very best tailored gnr
ments, in clilnchllU and new
overcoating woolens, also
plush lined coats, with fur
collars, worth to .$25.00, go
in this snlo at
Tho best and highest
priced conts in this pur
chase. No matter what
tho former prico was
927.00 or eTCn $10.00,
fur 1 1 n ed,
I, 75c . , men's Hj
ter under- H
$9.75 I 39c
119 V. lGtb BU
ODD. T. O.
la but another word for closer
cceperatiea between buyer aad
seller, for mntual beaetlt.
LAiT two PERFORMANCES
Robert B. Mantel.
"The Merchant, of Venice", a P. M.
"Richard The III" at 8 P. M.
BUHDAT AITS KOITOAX, -A
JCASTSB PKODUOTION Or
"THE MASTER MIND"
Ths atttalloo ot Orvh.um Hlnu U call4 i,
th tut tint lonlabt the cutuia rUa premsUr M
Scats Me sad Tld.
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