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TTH'i KEK: OMAHA. TUESDAY. XOVEMHEU 7. 1011.
Great Rug Sale Continues Tuesday
Extraordinary Dargaln Offerings Every Day
All the Women's
All Ii Women' llnaks
from the Ilarnr atork.
Big Mm pur.
srt.ns. mr. and sui.nft
all Kinds at
Ili t rVcui't.E.'S'tORE; .' 3 Undcrpriced.
in me nimoimi, :
All the t'otton Xtiroat.
AH the Clilldrrn's Vrcnnra
All Sizes-Sl.OO Each.
All the Women's Silk and Net Waists I
Bargain Day in Cloak Department
JSmall lots and broken lines of women's outer garments
left from the biggest week's selling we ever knew. AVi 11
be closed at a small fraction of real worth.
Tiis Teachers of Nebraska are Invited to Make
This Store Their Headquarters
DURING THE STATE CONVENTION IN OMAHA, and at all other
tlmn. Use our rest moras, our telephone systems, cur checking
stards; meet your friends et this rtore; avail ycur3olf of every con-
veiitMiicir anu opportunity this Kreaf institution affords. All aro
KliEE and you are more thanWELCOMK.
From the Barnes 8c Co. Stock, on Sale Tuesday
Ladlon' AVinter Coats Values up
to t20.00, in plain blacks and
fancy mlxtureB, including pluHh
coats, matthlcsa bargains; on
sale at em mi
Children's Winter Coats l-'roizes,
velvets, becrsikins nnd fancies
nil new styles nnd colors, si.e3
frotii 2 to H years. ST.r.U vr.lues,
a: si. no
KIX)S-FT rKTTICOATS Probably the most Dooulr.r brnud of under
huMlMl -ULLeL li
skirts on the market; blj special puixliaBe on salo i:i two lots
t "OA nnil 1 m
New Waists of Beautiful Nets, Silks and Laces, worth up to $10.00, at $1.98
In the great IWnes stock were thousands of beautiful waists made for fahionablo
iraae ana tiPHigned in me very latest fiieets lor tall and winter wear. Thev arc exom- h
IjJ site dress and evening waists, of white and black and every dainty evening shade 3
high or low necks long or short hleeves highest quality of new silk and net fabrics M
$f in stunning novelty ideas. . ' fTfc fpK Ji
Na1 lnn-rt lent 1noo1ntr of
mI ; ; .
All the Women's Fin Silk Petticoats
Prom the Barnes Stock, worth up to $5 each, at
High grade fill silk taffeta and messaline petticoats, beautifully' mado nnd finely
trimmed, carefully sized, black and every color, all sizes positively made to sell up
to $5.00 in Basement Cloak Department, Tuesday, at T 1.98
Extraordinary Sale of Notions
1,000 boxes, each containing a quantity of notions that, if bought individually, would
cosi irom sfi.uu to xpi.zo, win oe soia laiesaay ai ioiion Lopi; at, eacu oox 5uC
i -u i
2 cards Hooks and Eyes. '
2 spools of Thread.
1 paper Machine Needles.
2 cards Safety Pins 1 box Shoe Blacking,
2 spools Machine Twist.
1 card Celluloid Collar Supports.
1 paper Needles 1 card Pearl Buttons.
1 Hair Nct-2 bolts Tape.
1 Comb 1 Tape Line. ,
1 nOO-yard spool Cotton.
1 spool Sewing Silk 1 pair Shoo Laces.
1 bone Crochet Hook.
1 spool Working Cotton.
1 sttool Darning Cotton and 1 pair Scissors
1 1 EiVxD
, for, .
Your first name In
full daintily em
broidered on sheer
' inch hemstitched
( border; at :
Worn n'R English
oqe-clasp, in new
. tans and white
worth 1,25 a pair
. all sizes on bar
gain square, at. a
) BRAN DEIS STORES-Ellain Floor ;
For a Prclty Fdd
A Vonan's Shoo
A pretty foot is made or
unmade by the shoo that is
For the particular woman
who takes pride iu dainty
: footwear, wo call attention
to Foster's shoes. For stylo
there is no shoe like the
' Foster, and the easiest to
- fit and easiest to wear of
E'rt."k btick, fine imperial
kid, Russia calf and color-,
; ed kid, highest grade put
ent kid and colt.
rexel Shoe Co.
1410 Farnam Ct.
iP Tail's DEEtal Boras
gives the Most Light
and the Best Light
for the Least Aloney
la the Kltrhea
. makri wark
la the Star
or at the Beach
Sam Eyes and Money
Is Everywhere Best Try It Free !
Let ns lastall a Keflex of the style If tea are not satisfied we will re-
MM 1u W V - ..111 WftVP k.k . 1 I. TAII -. DA
M vh " in ib .in nil. ji a e i
(1UR4.K for doinsr It.
you wlh. We will AKE
I'liAIUiK for doinc It.
We will lefave It for U days. If It
Is saUnfactorr yea eaa keep It and
pay the regular retail price.
This is Your Opportunity and Ours
OMAHA GAS COMPANY
nnv. It TniT m.r mt rl.lr
The price of the Kefir, complete,
is 11.55. The prlre It glassware
varies slightly. The price of the
self-lighting attachment Is Sic.
Free Land Information
Tuesday A Suit and Coat Sensation
About 250 Women's New $15
to $18.50 Suits at $9.75
You can afford to add another
suit for ordinary purposes to your
wardrobe at this price.
All are thla season's Roods and
styles-excellent. Bcrsos, novelty fab
rics, worsteds, cnsslnieres, mixtures
and Halifax diagonals in black,
navy, brown, grey, etc.--a wonderful
collection of high grade suits at a
The variety is so great wo can't
give detailed description. There are
all Blzes for women and misses.
For Tuesday's selling only-
Coats foj Ail Purposes in This -1
Jiff Tl scriiv Clft h 7E
There are broadcloth rnnt ro-
varslble coats, p'ald back coata, cheviot
i-onis ana coats or nno mlxtures-200 spe
cially fine winter garments in almoBt every
popular color and Style suitable for street,
travel and automobillng service.
Some of them have storm collars, some
have military collars, others notched col
lars, still others have sailor collars, etc.
a coat to please every woman and mss who
comes to the eale.
Not a one worth le. than $18.50-the
majority being of a still better grade
Choose, Tuesday, at
mm i i i - (i,
1 1 1 11'
Wfi I ii :
9x12, $30 Genuins Axminster Rugs, S14.50
k Mondy corning, la this one line alone you have a
choice of the most extensive assortment of patterns at a aingle
in which utlt e7dkBnWnrlent.a, f,0ral conventional deS
dominate f brWn' green' tan red' etc" Pre"
- i 7heri, mhnHt.. evePjr k,nd ot r"8 ou t at Half rrlc
and Lea. Than Half. Kte these other three specimen values. .
8.3x10,6 $28.30 Genuine Axminster Ruga, $ 13.50
9x12 $37.30 Hartford Saxony Axminster a. $39.00
27x60-inch'$2.50 Genuine Axminster Rugs, $1.35
Specialty Nut and Lump, $4.25 Per Ton.
TAXB HOTICr WB WIU SELITia . .
Ideal Lump Coal for $5.50 Per Ton.
Thla coal Is inprtor to any $7.00 Coal. All on i -
ana hand aoraanaaafora daUTerea; " wnfl,r CQrn
Rosenblatt Cut Price Coal Co.
TKB HOMB OT QUilITT COAX
, Girl Seeking Death
i ' is Not India Hughes
ICrronooua rrpori. ha v. emanated from
How. Neb, to tha ttSit that ill.. India
liuf hm, who lurmerly lived there, at
tempted to commit aulclde at Superior.
WUa lluahea la In Omaha and haa been
tor a rfWiber of month.. 8 he la em
Moed in tha Weatarn t'ulon offkea ami
Jlvea with a friend at JIM North Twenty
eighth treU It aeema tliat tha alrl who
attempted to and her Ufa refuwd to W.
Jier name, and It waa aucpacted that aha
lla llufhea. alnca both had known
and wora awaethearta of Logan Beau
champ. 1 Miua Hushea, who la a young
a'.rl oumlna I rcrq a fine family, haj bean
S' ( annoyaU by tha t-vporta.
Tlie Twentieth Century Fanner, to meet the demand -of
its renders for land information, has gathered, and
compiled data on soils, climate and farming conditions
in nil parts of the country. It is willing to give out this
information, free, if postage is sent with inquiry.
Do You Want to ICnow
About government' land laws, location of land of
How to get irrigation lands, location of projects,
laws governing same, etc.
liest sections for fruit growing, general farming,
fctock raising or dairying.
Your questions will get prompt attention. Stato
plainly and specifically what you want to know. Write,
Land Information Bureau
The Twentieth Century Farmer
Omaha, Nebraslca '
Handsomer and more useful than ever 1
The Bee Building
On account of changes perfecting the entrance, '
tho elevators, the lighting and interior decora
tions. Tho outward appearance could not be
improved, but the location is growing better
and better every day. Think of the advantages
of having an office in a building that is known,
wbere your clients can easily find you, and
everj convenience is at your service, then ask
us to show you tho available space. You may
find just the kind of quarters you have been
Light, janitor' service, heat and water are all included
in the rental price of the office.
4-4 Directly opposite tha new Court ttousa facing- Farnam St
wImT1 ?-fhVl" -'" amount of th.'prJ "in.nt
Ration. Ihla room la llfcxllVi, feat lu aiza. and la aubdlvldad
ThV- ,.r,?','l,,i', P'1111 S'vl" n ona. Jtenial
price, per nuiuh , , jdo.oe
keoau MO la a choice corner cfflca havln- a north aud want axposura,
making thla apaca attractive at auy to.Jon of tha aar. on account
of good llglit and ventilation. We will arrange thla apace. HxiO.
!! ibl.,J,r .,",Vt Jlhara being a vauu lu tha room, u alfurd
extra protection for valuabiea.
, lUut. per month ; 4a09
,KIB .Stf-;.1" . ?.n"U. W,U 'anol room facing 17th etreet. having
aplendld light and ventilation. ln alza or room la xl-t
Jtanu per luontn .fiaj9
m V.T-11.?. .utll ,nd. ,t Paura which makea a well lighted
office. UttiKti feet In t.l Wa are onlj- atklr.g 7c a anuara foot
' .wmT v-ucsp reui. coiiaiuering location and
..vuimwivM lurviliw vy 1 HI lici Hllllillllir. I'rlj.A
Sfroaa 44-racea tha eaat and la o arranged that bjr putting In a parti
tion, two dealrablj roorua could ba made. There ara iii auuare feet
Jient. per muiu ., SJ3C
THE BEE BUILDING CO.
Bee Business Office.
17th and Farnam Sts.
Large Sroteh nnd Indian Sliawln
Ulg BSEortmeut, values up to
$5.00; whilo they last.. SI. OO
I.itdlcii' niealifast Shmvls that sold
up to $2.00; Rrcatoat sup-p e(,r;
while they last 5(C
BUUlnery, Wonen'i Coata,
Cm?roldTiefl aud many
Other BDlendia harirnlr 3.
56-inch All Wool Suitings
Kegular values to $1.00 n yard,
at CHc and 08c. Cheviots, storm
serges, Venetian cloths, semi
rough Scotch mixtures, Knicker
bocker suitings, etc., from the
very best mills; to $l.fc0 a yprd
values, at G8 & OSf
$1 Silk Mescalines 5Ss
A fine showi'i-.y; of 27-inch Silk
mecsaliues, i:i tv.cnty uiifcrcnt
shades, all pure silk, yarn dyed,
alu 2-1 and 2 7-lncii fancy silka,
in big assortment; $1.00 a yard
values Dt. yd
Don't Miss This Oppoiliinity.
Lndies' Dresses, Waists, Hand
lings nnd Handkerchiefs.
Wash Goods Dept.
Specials for Tuesday
Bathrobe Blankets, full size, good
assortment .of colors aud pat
terns, each S2.50
German Eiderdown good weight,
colors and patterns; per yard,
Galacla De Laines 36 ins. wide,
good color and patterns for com
fort; at, yard 10
27-Inch Poplins In ajl the newest
shades; at, yard 25
Flowered Silk Organdies in plain
and fancy silk mixed goods
worth S9c a yard; at, yd.. .25
Specials in Domestic
Room for Tuesday
One largo square of flamie'.ettef.,
In Persian stripes, plaids, etc., !u
light and dark colors feuiiiibla
for kimonos, house dressts, etc.,
values up to 18c; choice. . 10.?
AnioskeaR Outing Flannel, light
and dark colors; good nnd heavy,'
at, yard IO
SO-inch Percales, neat patterns
at. yard g
No. "702 lllanket A kciocI. heavy
woolnan Mankpt, ussortcti plwifls.
full siz. lliursdnv pair 53.15
Wilton Ulunliet Kxtiu heavy, gray
blanket, our I1.S8 values, a,t. per
romen's Underskirts and Fancy Goods
Ifemnant Day liaignins.
Big Special Sale of Dress Trimmings
Entire surplus of America's most prominent importer of Dresa
Trimmings all the newe3t patterns and colors, secured at a small
fraction of actual worth; an Immense assortment for your Belection
Two big lots:
Dress Trimmings that would sell I Dress Trimmings, made to Bell at
regularly at from $1.00 to $1.50 25c and 35c a yard; in one big
a yrd. at 35 I lot at, yard 5 J
A saving opportunity never before equaled in Omaha.
Tho Greatest Sale of Furs Ever
Known In Omaha.
Special Flour Sale for Tuesday
Whlta Flour haii advanced 20 per
cent we have only advanced It 1
per cent o our cuutomera. Our aim
la to give the people or Omaha the
benefit or every purchase we nvake.
Thla flour in n.ada.from the beet
.fleeted wheat, and evejy aacic is
guaranteed to gtvo perfect satisfac
tion or your money refunded.
Hayden'e Diamond S. Tlonr, Tuesday
par aaok, 48 lba Sl.StJ
16 lba. best Urauulated sugar ..51-00
10 Kara Beat-'em-AU Soap 8So
9 lba. Best Itolled Breakfast Uat
t lba. beat white or yellow corn
4 lba. Beat Pearl Tapioca, ba-m,
Barley or Farina S&o
8 lba. Good Japan like 35a
4 lbs. Fancy or Head Klce, luc
5 pkga. DUmond II. Pancake:
Gallon Cans Uolden Table Syrup, 330
Lu LiU Hcouring Soap, fan 50
7 lha. Best Hulk Laundry Starch. 35o
Golden HaiitoH Col fee. per lb 330
The bt Tea Sir tings, per lb. . .180
1-lb. Cans Assorted Soupa 7h
bunches freh Hadislies .
1 lieada freli If Lettuce.."
2 Boup Bunches
4 bunches fresh Beets
..ki- 8el0"' Jeycnn or Jello
TBESK VEGETABLE PHICES
Tai,s OP OMAHA.
2 bunches liynler V'in'nt
Fancy Denver Culli'lower,' pVr"li! '
Fancy ' Wax' or' Gre'e'ii 'lieii'is; 'lb. '. Vfrl
1 bunches fresh Onions .... So
,t'ul'rot8- 1'ursnlpb or Tu'rnYpa.
per ID flao
3 1I)H Jerwey Hweet Potatoes' '. . loo
ItntabaKas. per lb m,0
Fancy ( abnufie. lb "liio
ttincy CojkliiB Apples, peck 16o
kltod Onions, per lb aHo
Cheuper und better than lota of so
called butter. .
2 lbt. good Butterlne 3 So
Good Table Butterlne. lb 16o
2 lba. Fan v Table luitterlne . ...45o
The best Creamery Butter, carton or
bulk, per lb 340
Try HAYDEft'S First
W r V mm m
o Are lou mvuea
una of tho wcddlnita yhlch will occur this nwrniin
' lf.BO ici un bihiw you our very complete line 01 f- i v
SZr . Sterlins Silver before -r.uUinir your purcliuco. tjZs " ,
ll.Vj. LOOK 1X)U Viii! iAilll tffV
lWS. W. LINDSAY, Jewelerl
Leo A. Mollixiooo
CANDIDATE FOR CORONER OF DOUGLAS CO.
I am a young man thirty years ot
age, and now for the first time seek
public office at a regular election.
I believe myself well qualified for
the position of coroner, having bai
more than fifteen years' experience
in my profession and several years'
experience as assistant to the cor
oner. Believiug in good government
aud purity in politics. I am not con
nected with any clique or ring, but
stand absolutely for conditions that
will guarantee to every voter an
actual voico In the governmental af
fairs of our city and county. Being
one of a large family, through ex
perience 1 fully appreciate the feel
ings and conditions of tho working
man fend guarantee to all it square
deal. My reputation professionally
and otherwise is open for inspection.
We are living in a progressive com
munity and I believe the coroner's.
nfflrta l;1iaii1(1 n t t t ,1 ' t 11 n lltnll.
"-iinor that will place It on as high a
itj'jilune as that enjoyed by tbo most
If elected, will establish a public
Coroner's office and a Coroner's
morgue separate from my own busi
ness. This 14 a much needed improve
ment, and will lead to other progres
sive Ideas iu the Coroner's office.
TK,EFIIOrVE YOUR FRICNUS
C. T. Walker or H. A. FosterWhich?
If the "decent'' vote, an The lieo al. It. in divided, I will be dfeaua
and II. A. Foator will ba clecle 1. tan you affwiJ to tuko such cl ai:ct
Betur do as the leachnfc laperj udvlae and
Vote in All Wards for C. T. WALKER
Trlvate cHlzen and 1-cmocraeic bouilneo for livarU of KUucut-or. Irom