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THE BEE: OMAHA, "WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 11)13.
Winme anrl I innnre
jwiniw mill iMvig
Wines and liquors of the highest quality are ready
for your order. If it comes from us it's only the best.
(Select from the largest assortment of imported and
domestic goods carried anywhero in the city.
i READ THESE OUT RATE PRICES:
Leading brands of whiskies, 8 yrs. old, full qt 89c
Virginia Dare, qt. bottle, , , , 49c
iRock-and Rye, qt. bottle '. 59c
! California Port and Sherry, quart bottle . . 23c and 39c
Three Star Brandy, qt. bottle. 69c
Mankato Club Rye or Bourbon, full qt., 6 yrs. old. . .69c
: Luxus Mercantile Co.
Opposite P. 0., Tel. Doug. 1889, 109-11 N. 16th St.
WE DELIVER TO ALL PARTS OF THE OITY
and at the same time have that satisfied feeling that your fowl
for Thanksgiving Is O. K. Biggest ana best stock to (sleet from.
Turkeys, lb. from, a66to llfo
Duoks,"'j)en run ..v,,..-..l8Ho
Ueese, per lb.. . 17ft ul JSo
CMCKens AiAncyt roasiLBi iioc
lb. .f,,. ..:4:....iio
Imported English Walimts.jper
Chickens (Roosters), lb., lSHo
Choice Mince Meat, lb., 13H0
-Jtoast Beef (shoulder cuts)
psnJlv . . . ,18V4o
1,900 lbs. Ilacon (fresh , from
cur own smoke house), per
lb ;. I8H0
eos sonta-ietu at. f stobs wo. 9 none oug. 4374.
Jut Sontfl of Jackson St.
kOSBMBLI J IVI' Btt,r Groceries for X.ss Xoney.
V; .... . U rnonn D. 6283. 808 H. 18tU 8t.
We are truly thankful for your patronage extended to us In the past
year and trust that we may continue to wive you "Better Groceries X-'or
LesK juoney. rnons your oruers eariy. All pnonea Douglas 62&Z.
31 lbs. best Sugar. .,..9LOo
3 cans uooa i'umpmn aoo
,I3xtra Solid Tacked Pumpkin.. 100
'8 cans Oood Corn..... lBo
Best English Walnuts, lb aao
California Almonds, lb Bo
Klnest New Filberts, lb ,.17o
"Knelled -Jordan Almonds, U lb. 18a
Pore Buckwheat, 5-lb. sck...a8e
Jdaple Syrup, pt. 9So qt. BOo
Absolutely Pure Lard, lb 18o
fancy Colorado Gaho Apples. Pk..
60oj bu. box - 91.78
Rosoma Flour, the best flour made
for your bread, pies and past
ries, sack, at.... 81.35
.Vntlnnil winnr. the standard flour
per sack, at .".....$1.10
S large cans Solid Pack. Tomatoes
now at . aoo
10 bars Btat-'Em-All Soap. . . .35c
No. 10 Dry Peaches, lb... ,...100
Extra choice. Large Peaches or
Prunes, 2 lbs., for aso
Hunt's Hawaiian Sliced' Pineapple.
a. regular 30c can, special,.. aoo
Fancy California Peaches or Ap
ricots, In syrup, for table use
large can, at 19o
Finest Pure Preserves, large glasn
now at 83o
SSo gnldsfs Catsup...., ,aoo
Queen Olives, qt. Jar ,36a
Medium Sweet Pickles, s dos..l5o
Best Mixed Nuts, lb Iflo
THE FLATIRON CAFE
1730 St. Mary's Avenue
ADA. O. COOKS
rrom 13130 to 0 r. IX.
.00 PER PLATE:
Celery Queen Olives Sweet Pickles 1 1
Consomme In Cups
Roast Young Turkey with Nut Dressing
Roast Domestic Duck
Apple Dressing Steamed Cnpon Chicken
Oyster Sauce Roast Sirloin of Beet
Cauliflower In Cream
French String Henna Mashed Potatoes
Hot Mince and Pumpkin Pic
English Plum Pudding, Brandy Sauce
Froren Kggnog Assorted Cake
Tel. Douglas 3808 for Xescrratlons
Bptclal Sunday Dlnnsr 600,
will hold forth foremost
Thanksgiving day and the most
essential article needed for his
preparation Is one of our Oval
The famous Savory self-bast-Ing
roaster, Large size, seam-
lows, special nt 80o
Medium site, seamless, spe
Handsome 3-ploce sets, with
stag handles, guarantee"!
blndcs. each set In lined box.
special for Monday 83.33
At CUT PRICES
Cherokee Jut, tlic genuine,
Specialty Jump & nut, 4.75
Novlnger, fancy lump, 35.50
JlacHauV$8 quality. . .6.50
Baldwin, beats all coal, 88.50
Arkansas Hani Coal, for fur
nace use 39,00
All Coal Hand-Screened.
51,000 lbs. to (ho Ton.
Cut Price Coal Company
Telephone Douglas 0,10
Six knives and six forks
beautiful white Ivory
handles, guaranteed IB owl.,
In satin lined box, special
1515 Harney St.
Turkeys 16 c
"We havo .iust received two carload
of live turkeys and ono carload of
goese, ducks and milk fed spring
chickens, which wo will dress to your
order for your Thanksgiving dinner at
lowest prices in the city.
"We lend, others follow.
Fresh dressed milk fed chickens. i34c
Pig pork loin 7 to 8 lbs.'. . . . . .14c
Choice lnmb Ibgs . . . .llo
No. 1 venl roast llVac
No. 1 lean hams ...,.,. . v? .15c
No. 1 smaHhams 10o
No. Jcym bacon .I9c
Sugar cured ba'cbh V. . .Ho
Thanksgiving Oystorstquart 40o
23 lbs. nest Sugar 81.00
With 1 lb. Ta or Hcrshey Cocoa.
Public Pride Flour, 4Mb. sack 81.18
Rumford Baking powder, 1 -lb. can 18a
. Pkg. Mlnco Meat or IUlslns... . ,8li
3-lb. Jars Home Made Mince Meat HBo
X-ubllo Market Speolal 88.08
vubUo Market Oapltol ....87.00
l-1b. an Plum Pudding for loo
Ak-Sar-Uen Coffee ..97l4p
llcst Oyatcr or Boda Crackers. . . 7!io
Lnrgo Hulk Olives, quart 30o
imported Bwlss Cheese, pound aoo
American or llrlck Cheese, lb.... Mo
Oomb Honey ..... .
Lemon or Orange Peel, lb ,..80o
I Xovtager Lump 88,
1 walnut Blook 8,
llest Large Prunes, lb ...lalio
Uest Crnwrord Peaches, lb. 10o
Htngliettl or Macaroni, pkg 7H
ICarly Juno Pess, Corn, Tomatoes,
Pumpkin, Hominy, Baked Beans SHc
Best Creamery nutter, pkg. .....Mo
Pminlrv 71 oil Butter. ........... )
Hplces, three pkga
.na I Oharekes Luran
.80 I rrowpt Delivery.
Is bat another word for closer
co-operation between barer ano
seller, for mutual benefit.
TURKEY PRIZES AIMING
Thousands ofN Answers Pour Onto
CoBWst Sditors uesK.
Aw'sTers Receive Far Exceed the
npeciatloBS of Anr.tpt. h
lt AdftjO5fSome rtfif '
Hundred's upon hundreds ot letters,
making a -veritable avalanche of 'Several
thousahd.' poureu Into The Bee -offleo
Sunday. 'Monday andf Tueaday.floodlng the
contei' editor's de'sk with replies" Ho the"
fiueetlahs-jaskfta-ln last Sundajf .Hssue;'of
j ne uw-vy inocuiiui, who ruiiuac iu
present' the author of the most' logical
rnswors with a nice, btg, fat, Juicy, rallk-
fed Thanksgiving Turkey, fresh from
Digging Into the pile which confronted
them th'y'contest editor and several as
sistant; forked constantly until it vras
time tq go to press, endekvorlng to make
a Judlclpiis selection of prise winners
from s6 inany excellent answers. , The
editor had' promised to make, his an
nouricftriisrjts of those who would receive
the turkeys In the afternoon paper,
and did: If. although It was & tight squeeze
so great" Ws the number of answers.
Xo mbrji splendid tribute could be af
ftied a newspaper than the manner In
which.1; the people, not only of Omaha,
but of other cities and towns In Ne
braska, ajqd Iowa, and even South Dakota
and .MUsouri, responded to the single
page, & adverUsIng that appeared but
one day last Sunday, It proved conclu
sively that Bee readers read advertise
ments and answer them after they have
The unusually large number of replies
alto indicates . that the population of
Omaha and surrounding territory Is anx
ious to acquire' b Thanksgiving turkey
without on outlay ot hard-earned .coin.
Turkeja, are flying pretty high this 'year
for such a heavy bird, and a turkey woujn
be consider a lavish gift, , Any number,
of Dereons went to examine the prize
turkeys at Haydeh Brosi -and came away
lb further determination to make a
trv tpr -tb ' prixe-
every variety. From" little children and j
from those of .obviously maturo age came
answers. Home were accompanied, hy .
notes, of which several were pathetic an-
peals asking that the editor1 merit them a
prize because otherwise there would be
no Thanksgiving turkey at their house.
Some answers were- from wags who do-
sjred to expel any facetious character
istics that were stored up within their
neryous systems. Others, were poetic, I
some of which (Was very good, some pas's-!
amy lanano1 some tnat .contained aoso-
lutejyi.nq rhythm apd'-only was' written
in-lKeio rorm Because . it rhymed -at the
end of each line. ,
The array of' answers was peculiar, but
It was gratifying to the xjrcme.
r- Be Closed All Day .
- on Thanksgiving
Wines for Thanksgiving Dinner
Virginia Dare, Vlrglnotte, Scuiipernong, Sunklat, California Ports
and Shorrys and "White Tokuya, quart bottle... 50i
Italian Swiss Colony, Clarets and Sautorns, qt 50d and 75d
Maraschino Cherries,' per quart. -75
20 year old Herraltafeo and Old Crow, per quart S2.00
O. F. 0. Whiskey, bottled in bond, 8 years old, quart.' 31,50
Maryland Rye, full quart.,. 75
Imported Olive Oil, por quaVt , 50d and 75i
Genulno Calffornla Whlto Wine Vinegar, qt. bottle 35
Home Mado Grape Wine, red or white, por gallon.'. 81.00
"The Quality Store,"
121 N, 10th St. 'Phono Dour. 1085.
Mall Orders Filled.
wa ahx orw wsokkbdat bvukxwo tjnth. b r. m.
The Omaha postofflce. Including all
departments, will, for the first time In
ts history, be closed alt day on Thanks-
Svlng this year. Heretofore It has been
e custom to keep open half a day on
that feast day. t
"The closing of the. postofflce through
out the whole of any holiday was tried
for the first time In QmRha last fourth
ctf July," said Postmaster John C. Whar
ton, In making the announcement for j
Thursday. "The Innovation seemed to
operate to the satisfaction, of all. con
cerned and certainly to postofflce em
ployes. Now we have fnailty gained
permission from the department -at
Washington to close on Th'anksgiving.'
Business will be suspended In all de
partments, just as on Sundays, and there
will be no mall deliveries." . ,
The Finishing Touch for Your
Delicia. Ice Cream
pur quart . ,
Phone Tour Order Early
Special Kngllsli Pudding.
. ... 780
-Phone U. 1401.
The Fairmont Creamery Company
TRAVELERS TO CELEBRATE
NEXT SATURDAY EVENING
to Close Thursday,
Omaha council. No. 118, of the United
Commercial Travelers of America, will
hold a social and dane.e at S3 Dord of
rrade building. Sixteenth and Farnam
streets, Saturday evening. Every coun
cil of the order In" the United States will
hold a social tha,t, evening, and any
visiting United Commercial Travelers
who happen to be W -Omaha on that
evening will be extended a cordial welcome.
At railroad headquarters In the city
there will bo a general observance of
Thanksgiving, the offices being closet
during the entire day. Out on the lines
the only obtervance of the day will b i Cough
In the dliilnff car, where suinwtucus meals 1 stanrrd
wlli i,e served, turkey being on every I rompteteiv '
Caught n Had Cold.
"Last winter my son caught a very bad
cold and the way he coughed was some
thing dreadful," writes Mrs. Sarah E.
Duncaa oi Tipton. la.- "We thought sure
he was going Into consumption. Wu
, bought Just one bottle of Chamberlain's
Jlemedy anu inai one Dome
his rough and cured his cold
Kor sale by all diugglsts.
Will Urge Uniform
Lines for All New
Additions to City
The city commission Is likely to be
naked to, draft an ordinance regulating
the platting of new additions to the city
by real estate people. This matter was
seriously dlsoussed yesterday at a joint
meeting of the Civic league and the
publicity committee of the Heal Estate
exchange. No definite action has as yet
been taken by these organizations, but It
Is held .by leading members that the
habit of Indiscriminate platting of new
additions Jesuits In unsightly additions.'
They are considering recommending an
ordinance that would prevent the lading
out and telling of new additions of the
city until the grade has been established
and drainage and other Important mat
To Make Your Thanks
giving Dinner Complete
iYOU MUST SERVE:
BBBSPWZ-J1 1 SSI R-XIMASS
THE BEER YOU LTKEi
Luxus is unique among beers light and
sparkling and supplies that want which
always exists when you partake of a
Order a case-sent home and enjoy Thanks-
giving with your family.
Flnorie Douglas 1889
:BREWED AND BOTTLED BY:
Fred Krug Brewing Co.
LUXUS MERCANTILE CO... DUtributort
Ti ansn rs that He r- "- a vftrcenu
Key to the Sltuatlon-Uce Advertising