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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE-.-"SATURDAY. DECEMBER 12. 190?.
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Bring the Little Ones to See Old Santa CIa,is Amon the Host of Toy:
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TUB RELIABLE TOHB
All th latest $1.60 Copyright
Books cm sale daring the holi
days at 08c
All $1.00 Copyright Books 43c
411 Henty and Alger Books, com
plete assortment 17V.C
50o package of Fine Stationery,
with pearl handled pen, on sale
Saturday at 25c
Men's Silk Suspenders
In fancy Christmas boxes, a
magnificent line for selection;
prices 25c to $5.00
Men's Silk Tits
In all newest shapes and color
ings, almost unlimited assort
ment for selection, 25c to $1
22 GREAT GLITTERING BOOTHS PILED
HIGH WITH AX ENDLESS VARIETY OF
GIFT SUGGESTIONS FOR YOUNG AND OLD.
BEAUTIFUL AND USEFUL GIFTS OF EVERY
DESCRIPTION, DISPLAYED IN A MANNER
TO MAKE SELECTION MOST EASY.
Speca Showing of Holiday Hosiery
A magnificent stock of fine silt
Hose, priced at much les3 than you
would expect to pay for such high
quality plain silk hose, in black,
white and pastel shades; greatly
tmderpriced at $1.00
A swell line of embroidered hose, all
the newest patterns and shades
special values at $1.50, $1.98,
S2.50, S2.95 and up to S5.00
'Pmcer Silk Embroidered and Lace Hose,
choice styles and qualities
40 75s n OS
Complete lines of the celebrated Wayne Knit Hose for ladles and
children. Two Rousing Special for Saturday.
Ladles' wool or heavy fleeced cot- Boys' and Misses' ribbed hose, fine
ton hose, JBc and 36c rallies or heary, 15c and 19c ralues
at 10 at 12Ht
Corset Covers, values -to $1,
daintily trimmed with laces
and ribbons; choice. . .39c
Ladies' Outing Flannel
Gowns Daintily trimmed,
special values at 50c, 75c
ladles' Silk and Wool Vests and
Pants, at OS
Ladies' Fleeced Union Salts On
sale, at SO and OS
Ladles' Heary Fleered Vests and
Pants ....23 30 50
Children's Luton Salts Heary
fleeced, on sale. 50
Ladies SUk and Wool I'aioa Salts,
great ralues . . . J2.50-$2.08
Ladies' Wool Union Salts Special
ralues ....J1.50 and $1.03
Children's Vests and Pants All
sUes. ribbed, at. ........ -25
Many other specials.
IRON TOYS, MECHANICAL TOYS, DOLLS,
TEDDY BEARS, GAMES, WAGONS, SKATES,
ROCKING HORSES, SLEDS, DOLL FURNI
TURE. A MAGNIFICENT ASSORTMENT OF
EVERY THING TO GLADDEN THE HEARTS
OF TILE LITTLE FOLKS, AND SANTA CLAUS
PRESIDING OVER ALL THE HOST.
Samples at Half
Comb and Brush Sets, Mirrors, Dressing
Cases, Manicure Sets, Single Brushes, Toilet
Cases, Etc, Etc. Entire House Sample Line of
Florence Manufacturing Co., New York.
This is the tenth consecutive year that we
have secured this line. No two sets alike, the
greatest lot of holiday gift bargains ever.
50c and 75c Hair Brushes.. 39c
75c and $1.00 Hair Brushes 49c
$2.00 to $3.00 Toilet Cases $1.00
$3.50 to $5.00 Toilet Cases. $2.50"
$5.00 to $3.00 Toilet Cases.. $3.50
$1.00 Millitary Brush Sets 50c
$2.00 Millitary Brush Sets .$1.00
$3.00 Millitary Brush Sets. $1.50
$2.00 Comb and Brush Sets $1.00
$3.00 Comb and Brush Sets $1.50
$1.00 Comb and Brush Set3 50c
Big Shoe Sale for Saturday
Men's and "Women's Shoes and Slippers, large
assortment and at prices to fit any purse. Buy
your Xmas slippers NOW while the assortments
Men's and women's shoes, worth up to $3.00 a
pair, at ..$1.98
Men's and women's shoes, worth up to $4.00 a
pair, at ; $2.50
Misses' and children's shoes, worth up to $1.75.
Children's shoes, in patents and fancy tops,
worth up to $1.25, at 75c and 69c
Women's $1.50 fur trimmed Juliets. .. .$1.15
Men's imitation alligator, plu$h and silk em
broidered slippers 50c
Men's Tan cr Black Vlcl Kid, Opera or ETerett Slippers,
worth. $1.50. at 81.00
Men's Tan or Black Vlcl Kid. Oners. Everetts or Romeo
Slippers, full kid lined worth $2.00 and $2.25. . 81.50
Grorer or Queen Quality Shoes for Women. Stetson or
Crossett Shoes for Men.
Greatest Garment Bargain in the History of Omaha Merchandising
Grips and Suit Cases
For your home trip or for
Christmas gifts. Dont for
get our great showing of
grips and suit cases.
Holiday Lines Are Complete.
Grips from. . .$2.50 to $25.00
Suit Cases. . . .$1.98 to $30.00
Bridle Leather Suit Cases,
linen lined with shirt fold,
polished brass lock and side
bolts, two heavy straps all
way round; would be good value at $7.00, for $4.98
Drug Specials for Saturday
1 iIm.. t rr O ul nine Caoeule.
t doaen 1 sr. Quinine Capsules.
1 Uosen Calomel Tablets
100 Hink'e Puis
1 doaen Caacara Tablets ........
1 lb. Boras
Ljrdia Plnaham's Remedies......
X 'aoderlne , ... ....
4 ok sweetened Caator OU .....
11.40 Oriental Cream
jic Wlttb Hutl Cold Cr4ffl...
He Almond Cold Craun .......
2ic Cucumber Cold Cream......
lie Ponda Vanishing Cream...
lie Ponda Vanlahlns Cmm...
ISe Pond s Cold Cream
10c Pond a Cold Cream ....,
l&o Pond a 6oP
. I U. ... A- TalMim .
lie Ponds Tooth Preparations
On east so a
tie Celesta's Taloum
, 4 So
, I wo
He Colgate's Tooth Powder 1 a
Colgate Perfumes, ounce lie
t t,ar 10c Colgate's Soaps las
Bulk Prrutn. ounce . . . 40o
Buxea Pcrrumea. up from lac
Jlo Wllllama' ........ Mo
J5c Colsatas ........... I0
ISO Banltel 10
2&e Sanltol ooda lo
Tic Manicure 8ts ............. 4,o
tlS Manicure bts ...... ... o
)1 iO Manicure Sets IIIJ
Nice line of traTsUnf caaes for
ladlea and gentlemen.
A full line of toilet articles at
popular prices. . , . ,
A lare Una of Wines and WMsklee
for medical purpoeee.
epeclai atteniloo lrao to mad teal
Pracriptlona carefully com
pounded. Druca at Cut Rata Prices.
Mali orders filled at thaee pricea
The advance raard of a purchase of over $50,000 wot th of Women's ready-to-wear garments bare been received
bj express and will go on sale Saturday. Most clever win ter styles and choicest fabrics and colorings at bargain prices
neves before equaled for gannesUs of sncb merit. Other sh ipment will be placed on sale as rapidly as received. Watch
daily ads. TRULY MATCHLESS VALUES FOR SATURDAY'S GREAT SALE.
20.00 to $40.00 Tailor Suits $12.50
magnificent line Including over
1,600 garments in almost endless var
iety of styles, fabrics and colorings,
the greatest values ever. $12.50
Beaver Coats, values tip to
$100, choice ...-850.00
Fine Astrakhan Pur Coats, lined with
guaranteed satin garments In the lot
made to sell up to 150. Nothing to
equal them ever before Imagined, at
our sale price 810.00
$20.00 Cloth Coats at $9.00 A line
embracing really all the nobbiest new
style ideas in great assortment of col
orlDfts and fabrics. Over 800 in the
lot. Values to $20, at SO.OO
French Coney Coats, regular
$35.00 value 816.05
Silk and Net Waists, values Voile and Panama Skirts
; to $5.00. at Sl.OSl Worth to $10. at 85.05
BIO SPECIAL BARGAINS IX IXFAXTS AXD CHILDREN'S WHIR 2D FLOOR.
Children's All Wool Friexe
Values to $7.50. fcreat assortment for
selection, at, choice. ...... -82.05
8 to II A. L Flannelette Dressing
Saeouea, $1.60 values, at......
Children's Bearskin Coats, values to $ 5
all colors. Sixes 1 to 6 years
Leggings and Hoods to Match.
0 to 11 A. M. $1.50 Flannelette and
Percale Wrappers, at 70
2O0 Children's Coats Values to $10.
All sizes. 6 to 14 years, great assort
ment of colors and fabrics, at
7.50 SUk Underskirts $3.95 All slses
all colors. Come early.
An immense lot of narrow rib
bons Saturday for holiday
fancy work, all colors, on sale
at, vard lc, 2c and3c
At Just Half Price. A Beautiful
Assortment for Selection.
15c Handkerchiefs at 7HC
25c Handkerchief a at. 12l4o
50c Handkerchiefs at... . .25c
Men's Silk Lisle Hose
Sample lines, plain and embroid
ered, values up to $1.00 OP
a pair, choice sCaJL
The snap of the year.
Msn's Silk Hose
The greatest showing in Omaha,
every imaginable color, plain or
embroidered. Prices range at
from.. $1.00 to $5.00
Gloves and Umbrellas for Gifts
Most complete assortments
shown in Omaha. Buying here
will save you time, trouble and
Men's and Ladies' Umbrellas,
swell line for selection, on sale
at $3.50 to $20.00
500 Sample Umbrellas, both
men 's and ladies, many
worth to $5.00; gold
plated and sterling
mounted handles, silk and
linen covers, choice
Men's Kid Gloves, the celebrated Adler
brand at 81.00 to 82.00
Men's Lined Gloves 81.50 to 85.00
Ladies' Cape Gloves, fine imported poods,
at 81.00 to 82.00
Ladies' Long and Short Kid Gloves of all
descriptions, street and evening shades
prices from 81.00 to 85.00
Japanese Bankrupt Stock
China Porcelain Bisque, Etc
Saturday we will place on sale 364 case3 of Japanese
ware, purchased through the Yokohama Specie Bank, LtL,
from Kobe, Japan, worth 6,000 yen, for 1,250 yen, or 39c on
the dollar yen in English means $1.00; sen means lc We
did not expect to get these goods, our offer was so low, and
it is so late we are forced to cut the prices now.
J1.50, S2.00 and $3.00 Articles for 98c
... - .
Salads. Cake Plates, Chop Trays. Fern Dish, Vases, Nut TJoxrt,
Orange Bowls. Chocolate Pots, Tobacco Jars. Comb and Brush Trays,
. Cracker Jars, Celery Trays, Dreseer Sets, Tea Beta and Jardinieres.
... 51.00, 51.50 and $2 00 Articles for 50c
Sugar and Creamers, Cologce Bottles, Rose Jars. Salads, Plates,
Cups and Saucers. Vases, Sugar Shells, Powder Boxes, Hair Receivers,
Nut Bowls. Olive Dishes. Spoon Trays, Cake Plates, Tea Strainers, also
a large assortment of Olive Dishes, Powder Boxes. Pickle Dishes. Hair
Receivers, Match Safes. Plates, Salads, Bon Bon Dishes, Plates and
Cups and Saucers, for
Some Hardware Presents
Cutting the Prices Early.
Pearl handled pocket knives, worth to $1.75, warranted, 08o
Gillette Safety Razor, $5.00 Ever Ready Safety. .$1.00
No. 8 nickel plated Tea Kettles, solid copper, Rome brand
the best Xmas present made, worth $1.75 98c
4 pint Copper, Nickel-plated Cof- , Any brand food chopper, on sale
Warranted Carving Sets, ooly
$3.50 Wooden Coaster Wagons
$2.50 Wringer Benches. . . 81.40
Bicycle Ball Bearing Wringer
guaranteed 3 years, on sale
Washing Machine Close Oat
We have only a few mors washing
machines left to close out until
after Xmas up from. .. -83.08
DRIED FRUITS FOR YOUR CHRISTMAS PUDDINGS,
Pots or tea pots, worth $1.00, on
Bale for 60s
Baking Dishes, worth $3.50. each,
Chafing Dishes, worth $5.0u, each,
Large Enamaled Roasters. . .40ct
Flexible Flyer Sleds, worth $2.50.
Boys Ice Skates, worth ll.Ou
Boys' Daisy Air Rifles, $1.00 size.
$1.60 Roller Skates, best made
Fancy candled orange peel, rt..16c
Fancy candied lemon peeL lb.lHic
Fancy candied corsicaA citron peel.
per pound $0o
Fancy candled rhubarb, something
never seen before, per lb 60c
Fancy Valencia almonds, tb....38o
Fancy new black "walnut meats, per
Fancy New English walnut meats,
Fsncy new pecan halves, lb..-.76c
Fancy new Brasll meats, lb.... 75c
Fancy new filbert meats, lb. . . .40c
Fancy new English cleaned entrants
per pound ...$Hc
Fancy new vostlxxa cleaned currants
per pound ............. .10o
Fancy new muscatel raisins, Ib.7Vc
Fancy new muscatel seedless ral
lies, per pkg 7 Vic
Fancy new sultana raisins, lb... 15c
Fancy new cooking raisins, lb. 7 He
Fancy new CaL prunes, lb. ... 4 He
Fancy new Oregon sweet prunes
per pound 7 He
Fancy new Italian blaok prunes -
per pound .......... .......8He
The best pure ground spices, per
.The best condensed mincemeat
Holly for Chrlstmss decorations,
per pound .7 Ve
FRESH VEGETABLES FROM THE
Fresh Beets, per bunch. ....... 5c
Fresh carrots, per bunch. ...... 5c
Fresh turnips, per bunch. ..... .5c
Fresh onions, per bunch 6c
Tcy IHlaydeim9 FrsH:
Fresh Cauliflower, per lb 5c
Fresh cucumbers, each 7 He
Fresh Ripe Tomatoes, per lb .... 6c
Fresh. Urge heads lettuce. head.lOc
3 heads fresh leaf lettuce 5c
t bunches fresh radishes 6c
The best mixed cats, per lb. 12 He
Fancy new dates, per lb 10c
New walnuts, filberts, almonds and
Br axils, per pound 16c
ANOTHER CAR OF EXTRA FA.
CY HIGHLAND NAVELS.
Regular 30c size, per oosea....20e
Regular 35c slse. per dosen. . ,.36e
Bl'TTERIXE MIT Cheaper
Fancy No. 1 Butterlns. 3 !bs...S0e
BIO BITTER SPECIAL
Just received 60 tubs fancy No. 1
Country Creamery Battsr which
we will put on sals Saturday, par
Tha Circle masailne for Decmbr cornea
ith a say Chrlatmas cover, which Is aa
tnitx of tha contents of tbe number. Thera
ta sa editorial entitled Tiers Was no Room
for Them at tha Inn." and five real
rbrUtmaa articles -Holly and Bella." by
Leo Crane; "The Whits Turkey." by Lillian
Bell; "Tha Value of CarUtmaa." by Hamil
toa Wrisht liable; "That Christmas. by
Reclnald Wris-ht Kaufmann. and "Cfarlat
tnaa In Our- Town. There la alao a CbrUt
mas sons entitled "X Noel: Tbe Son- of the
nVrapha." and several csher tntereetins;
storira and articles la addition to the regu
lar departments oC this ntagssine.
"Mas-da, Qpaea ef Shaba," was trans,
lated into French from tha original Oheae.
tha lanfuafe of the Ethiopian priesta, by
Hughes La Rous, member of tha Academe,
. lt Uellea-lectrea, and from tha French
Into Encliah by Mrs. John Van Vorat, with
aa Introduction eapeclally prepared tor thla
edition by Hughes La Roux. It la tha
story of the vtait of the queen of Shaba to
King Soloaaoa. and cf tha early Ufa of
their son. told la tha form St fiction, but
wKta sa historical basis, the facts being
I ' hoe which bare been believed la Abya.
' a'nta tet anaay ceneratioM. Th!s extremely
curious s:ory forms art of aa ancient
manuacript entitled. "The Glory of the
Kings. in which la contained tha geneal
ogy of tha Ethiopian kings from the be
ginning of thtir known fclatory. No full
tranilatlon of "Magna" has ever before
been made Into any European language.
It la illustrated with quaint drawings by a
native Ab;asinian artist.
Tha December number of The Houae
keepet contair.a an article by John N.
Greer on "Tfcs Real Issue of The High
School Fraternity." which ia of interest to
parents of student a. The subject is han
dled without glove. Another striking
feature is a personal account by Queen
Carmen By 1 via of Roumanla, telling how
she obtained the famoua Iron crown. "Una
of the Garden." Is tha new serial, by L.
M. Montgomery. There la alao s very
good story , by Grace, MsxGowaa Ctooke.
and Chriet-nas bints and suggestions. Thera
are tha usual departments filled with good
Ia an able article la the December num
ber of The North Americas Rerlew, Sena
tor Henry Cabot Lodge discusses the "8:g
uiicance of the Results of tha Election."
The gmeral sign'.ftcanre of The election to
which St i. iur Lodge tills attention is the
fact that the republican party sems to
retain the confidence of the country in
unabated meusure. The special signifl
cance of the election In that the country
at large has set the aeal of approval upon
the admlnlatratlon and policies of Mr.
Roosevelt, Senator Lodge dwells up6a the
surprising fact that In the forty-eight
years which have elapsed since lvA the
republicans have bad complete control of
the government for thirty years, and be
sides have coatroled on or more branches
of tha government for sixteen years more,
the democrats fcavlng had complete con
trol of the government for only two yeara
"In Grandmother's Garden," Is the tlMe
of the beautiful picture painted by Charles
C Curran for na Youth's Companion
panel calender for It is printed on
tha finest finished stock by recent meth
ods of lithography. All the strength and
beauty of tha original painting are faith
fully ahovn by employing thirteen aepa
rats colors This Is the largest calender
that The Companion has ever Issued, the
picture alone measuring eight Inches in
width and 24 Inches ia length. Bolow the
picture are arranged tha twelve moruhs.
"By the Christmas Fire." by Samuel VT.
Crothera. author of "The Pardnera Wal
let," etc.. la aa attractive book. Dr.
Crothera, reputed to be our foremost
American essayist, writes of Christmas an j
the literature of disillusion, of Christmas
and tha denucrtu souit. and tit etLcr
al.led t.nploa, with a delicate suzgeatlve
ness and imaginative charm that will g.ve
pleasant and memorable hours t many
readers. The volume is furnished with at
tractive full-page pen-and-ink Illustrations
and chapter hed.r.gs by Freneie B. Corn
stock, and is bound in red cloth with de
sign in blind stamping and gold lettering.
Published by Houghton. Mlffln at Co.
"The Book of Princes and Princesses."
by Mra Larg. edited by Andrew Lang, is
unift-rra with tha "Violet Fairy Book.'"
and Is published as the twentieth volume in
Mr. Lang'a well known Fairy Book aerua
Ail tbe stories are true atoriea and deal
with mora or less well know a historical
character. The eight colored plates and
numerous UlustraUuns are by IL J. Ford,
and the book is an attractive offering.
Longmans, Green A Co. are the publishers.
'The Friendly Craft." by Elisabeth Peer
ing lliMPom, although a modest little
bock In appearance, will prove In many
cases an acceptable holiday gift book. It
Is a collection cf American letters arranged
sod bound, slm'lar to "The Gentlest Art,"
by E. V. Lucas. Ths writers range all
the way from Increase Mather and Ben
jamin Franklin to Thomas Bailey Aldrlch
and Edwin Lawrence Godkln, and Includes
turn famous letter writers as Aaron Burr.
WaeviiEgtcn Irving. George Washington,
Tbomas Jefferson. Daniel Webster, Ralph
WaWo Emerson. Csiver Wend-U liolmea,
James Haskell Lowell Tt letters ars made
ail the more amusing by being arranged
In aectiona under appropriate headings, as
"The News From Home." "Little Men and
Little Women." "Students Tales." "Lovers
and Friends." "Genial Goaelp," "The Fins
Art of Livlrg," etc Published by ths
Macrr.illan company. .
"Taber's Pocket Encycpedlc Medical
Dictionary." by C. W. Taber and Dr.
N.cholaa enn, the late famous surgeon.
Is a new departure in a medical dictionary.
All Important subjects defined encyclo
pedically. From one to three pages given
to vital topica. Anatomy, thysiol.igy. ther
apeutics, dietetics. hrrine. operations snd
tloi rands of other subjects treated. Crcss
ii.deied. Illustrat.d. Laird at Lee ars the
"The American as H Is." by President
Nicholas Murray Eutler of Columbia uni
versity. Is a ltule book which will receive
a welcome out of all proportion to its sise
snd modest stpearanre. After all the
bcoke that have lately been written about
ua by foreigners, there Is need of a careful
snd dispassionate estimate of tha American
by an observer of native birth and train
ing Tbe book contains the substance of a
series of lectures which he delivered a few
months ago at the University of Copen
hagen, where be appeared aa an Interpreter
of American Ufa The book is divided Into
three parts: "The American as a Political
Type." "The American Apart from His
GvverLa.eat," and "Tile Au.cikan and the
Intellectual Life." Every one who Is In
terested in the study of our social and
economic evolution will find in tha little
book something of distinct snd original
value. The Macmillan company is tha pub
"Cy Whittaker'a Place." by Joseph C.
Lincoln, author of "Cap n Eri." is a novel
that is full of the bumor of Cape Cod life.
Cy Wblttaker. who, as a boy, had run
away to sea, returns to els native Cape
Cod village And finds his old homestead
sadly changed by "Improvements." Ha Is
an old bachelor whose circumstances lead
him to adopt a little girl the Bos'n. aa
he calls her and to undertake her educa
tion, assisted by two of his old cronies,
who form a "board of strategy." Their
amus.ng difficulties with the child's edu
cation make sn entertaining f jil to the
dramatic plot, and record with unerring
accuracy tha life in a Cape Cod village.
Illustrated by Wallace Morgan, Published
by D. Appleton Sl Co.
"Peter Pumpkin In Wonderland." by Ida
M. Huntington, illustrated by Mary Isabel
Hunt, Is a bock that will certainly appeal
to the universal heart cf boyhood and
girlhood. The author tells seven delight
fully fanciful dream experiences, which are
charmingly told In seven groups of chap
ters. Woven Into the stories which reflect
seven of ths year's holiday tessona, ars
a few vtrM with the swing and lilt that
children leva. ft apathy with U old-
time spirit glows in sll these dream tales
the tricksy caprice of Hallowe'en ths
grateful bounty of Thank agl ring ths Jubt.
Ian- hope of Christmas snd of Easter-
ths profound love of country, burning la
cld-time 6btrvance of Washington's birth
day, and of ths nation's birthday on July
this sympathy with what these occasions
really mean is a fine feature In all, but
especially perhaps in "Thanksgiving at
Turkey Pen Inn." Ths illustrations and
binding add their full share to ths attrac
tiveness of ths book. Rand. McNally as
Co. Is the publisher. '
For one who is nu ailed what to rive aa
a card party prise the "Card Club Rec
ord would surely do. It Is a handsome
volume containing blank space for keep
ing record of card parties, date, hostess,
games played, scores, prises, winners, re
freshments, guests sr.d general remarks.
It includes concise rules of latest revision
for w 1.1st. brMse. five hundred, euchre.
cinch snd American pinochle. Printed In
two colors, w ith artistic border designs.
Brewer, Barse Co., Publishers. Chicago
Above books st In went retail price. Mat.
thews. 1-1 South Fifteenth Street
All of tha books renewed hers are on sals
in Brandals' book department.
Bennett's Late Fiction Library Book
Dept. enables you to read Uie newest books
at li'iis cost.