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TIIC BKE: OMAHA, SATTODAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1911
GreaE Special Attraction
In Our Now Corset Dcjifirtnicnt.
Madam Lamherfs Henionsfrafion
of Celebrated Bien .lolie Oorwts.
See Saturday's Grout $1.00 Special Corset.
Great Special Attraction
Third Floor, Furniture Department.
"The Wagonsmith"-by De Mareau
Beautiful $60,000 Masterpiece.
On Exhibition for Short Time Only.
Formerly the Bennett Company
The Msi iemarkable Sale of High Grade Newest Winter Coats
Saturday We WHI Place on Sale Hundreds of Beautiful Coats- Coats
That Were fVSade to be Sold at $25,00, $27.50, and up to $35-00, at
Saturday's wonderful coat sale was planned to give our trade extraordinary values just when
coats are most wanted. Again we demonstrate the great buying power of our organization.
Nothing to equal this great coat sale has ever been announced so early in the season.
This Great Coat Sale Includes Women's & Misses Coats' in Great Variety
Beautiful new three quarter and full length coats chinchilla, boucle, fancy mixtures, di
agonals, black broadcloths, serges, double face, plaid backs, and zibelines. New combina
tion collars, high close fitting collars, braid bound edges, velvet-trimmed, plain, plaid, and
check re vers, new featured backs, button trimmed. All shades. Women and Misses sizes.
Coats Regularly Worth $25.00, $27.50 and up to $35.00, Go on Sale
Saturday Morning Promptly at 8 O'clock at Just One Price, Choice
A Glove Sale
of Great Importance
$3.50 Kid Gloves, $1.08 lG-buttbn
length, white or black, Saturday
$1.50 Kid Gloves, $1.15 In one-clasp, Russian Kas
ean cape, pique or out seam gown,
black, tun, white or gray;
guaranteed and fitted, Saturday
special, per pni,r
Monicuro set, file, 6 craory
boards and orango slick,
Saturday spocinl, per set,
Incomparable Rico Faco.
Powdor, equal' to any 50c
faco powder, S a t u r d a y
special, pbr box . . . .J9c
50o Dabroolc's Assorted
Toilot Waters, Saturday
special at 29
50c Assorted Perfumes,
Saturday special, per hot
$1.Q0 Lydia Pinkham's
Compound 89 C
$1.00'S'wump Root . .89c
50c Swamp Root . . . .45c
$1.00 Horlick's Mai tod
50c Horlick's Malted Milk
at 45 c
$1.00 Gray's Olycorino
$1.00 Glycothymplino 89c
$1 Scott's Emulsion 89c
50c Scott's Emulsion 45c
$1,00 Parana 89c
50c Dandepno ...... .45c
50c Hoy's Hair Health
$1.00 Wyeth's Sago and
50c Wyeth's Sago and Sul-
Sweater Specials tStSSr
Women's $6.50 Sweaters,
$4.08 fancy and f plain
weave, ruff neck, satin
collar) Norfolk style, white
red, navy and Oxford.
Misses' $3.98 Sweaters,
$2.08 all wool, high nock,
turn down collar und V
nook with . sailor collar;
pockets, and bolts, Sat
Women's $3.08 Messaline Waists, $2.50 Finished
with tuckB, yoke, and collar of silk
braided net. Saturday special,
Children's Snappy Warm Coats
II 7iyrAUbJa X guru I'MIMI
Children's $3.50 Oloth Coats, $2.50
double breasted, gilt button finished, high
neck ami turn down collar, lined through
out with sateen. Saturday &n cn
special, at OZivJU
Children's $1.50 Corduroy Bonnets, $1.00 silk corduroy in brown, red
and navy, satin ribbon bown, wide ties at neck Saturday special at. . .
Children's $10.00 Coats, $6.98 Norfolk
style, good quality cheviot, navy blue,
turn down collar: cuffs trimmed with
tan. Saturday special,
' 300 Untrimmed Hats
Purchased at 40c on the Dollar
All newly trimmed for this season's selling. All popular
colors and shapes are included in this great special pur
chase sale. No two of these hats are alike. This entire
lot goes on sale Saturday at .
I 2, 3, 4 an d 5
Silk Beaver late at $3.98
New shipment of new silk beavers. White, black,
navy and brown; These hats
formorly sold at $7. Saturday
300 Silk Velvet Hats, at $2.98 Our regular $7 hats,
Hand finished, silk ribbon edges, black and colors.
All this senson's populnr shapes. 85 OSS
A special Saturday value, at AjbO
Guaranteed Willow Plumes
33 Vz Off
On all guaranteed willow plumes. A written
guarantee with every plume.
Hardware Department Saturday Sale
$3.50 cast alumi
$3.75 cast alumi
$4.00 east alumi-
$2.00 rubbered $10.00 Knoxall
.handled I High S p o e d
spider ....$1.49; Washing Ma
$2.25 rubbered eh ino, giuirnn
lmndlod i teed for five yrs.
spider . . . .$1.79,Satuvdiiy special
$2.45 rubbered t $7.95
handled iuo.oo Flyor riish
kettle f . . .$3.19 spider . . . .$1.95 oe waun8
$3.00 cast alumi-, 25c sheet iron
num coffee pot, corn poppor, 1. nt 7.iu
2-quart . . .$2.19 cpiart. Friday; $1,00 Ladder, made
$3.50 cast alnmW special, each, 10c or Norway pino, c
num roffee not ' J-8Q, Corrugatodl ,a,e' Saturday
num couei pot, Ah gatttnUy (bioc1i mc
li-qunri .. .SttS.fU! apodal, each SU.ao'WUh shelf ...,7l)c
Big Grocery Specials, Great Money-Saving inducements
Cnpltol Flour, 48-lb.
Our Pride Flour, 48-lb.
10 lbs. Granulated Sugar
t ... -S1.0&
10 bars Diamond O or
Hoat 'Era All Soap 25J
10c Scliopps Cocoanut,
package ,', f Q$
12 V4o Klpporod Herring,
can ...... , 10
Mlnco Meat, glass,. 10
Grape Nuts, pk lO
lEc Funcy Seoded Rais
ins, pkK .10
Oregon Red Salmon, 1-lb.
flat can 17Mit
Spider's Tomato Soup,
2 cans 3.5
Hand Packed Tomatoes,
large can 10f
Diamond Crystal Shaker
Salt, a boe 25
Imported Macaroni or
Spaghetti, 2 pkgs.. .25i
Sweet Corn, 3 cadb 25f
Early June Peas, per can
Runkel's Raking Choco
late, tt-lb. cake . ,15
12 Vic Capitol Sa'uaah,
Capitol Butter, lb. 34d
Domestic Swiss Cheese,
Ft M Cream, Cheese, lb..
Ideal Coffee, lb. ..25b
Our Host Coffee, 3 llis.
Oolden Coffee, lb...2S
58c Assorted Teas, lb.
IlomO Made Cookies, lb,
Gilt Edge Cookies, lb.
50c fresh Fluffeta Choco
lates, lb 29b
Assorted Stock Candy, lb.
Cocoanot Brittle, lb. 20b
Maple Cream Cocoanut
Bon Bods, Ib 30b
Assorted Mixed Candles,
Fancy Tokay Grapes, bas
Large Florida Qrtp.e
Fruit ..lOb. 7b. 5b
Large Buuanas, dozen,
Largo Lemons, doz.
Klefer Pears, bu.
15 lbs. Potatoes .
Large Red Globe Oniony
Michigan 'Celery, 3
Hot House Lettuce, 3
Hot House Cukes ,.XOb
GOOD MEATS AT CUT
Hind' Quarter Lamb. lb
at r 7b
Fore Quarter Lamb, lb.,
Pig Pork Shoulder, lb.,
Tig Pork Butte, lb.,
Round Steak, lb. 12 b
Steer Pot Roast, lb. H
No, 1 Strip Bacon, lb.,
KJppord Herring, lb.,
RAILROADS 4RE INDICTED
Five Chatgcd with Granting Conces
sions on Alfalfa Shipment.
OTHER INDICTMENTS RETURNED
Tu Held ror ltluit ttitt 3InlU uil
f)iio vllh DnIiikt MmII to Drfniud
JuiJbu I,rtlir' Slnii W'h"
AuliH Hi iiiiiiIi ,
The United 8tati Brand Jury, which
ir Wtn in utHi9n fur tho tl'rt
'ls adjjunied Friday aflor finding true
UtU anMnst five railroad.
A"fnrf the nUlotmit rotunjtd mm
pup Rnlnt Hie rfiourt Pacific italliray
company, In fly countr, oJiarjrtnK viola
tion of tho act of eonitrvK of Juno C.
rr onlawfully Rruntlns cjucm
pna varying from to 5 cent In rusix-ct
to each 1(0 pounds of afa!f feed shlppod
ly the Peter Alfalfa Men! ominy. in
lrtfutta commerce to certain )Klnt on
tho Hue of Urn Jljjuwarl PAdflr
Other IndletmenU were returned
uatnst the Great AY(t(rn, In four
couat fr vKHtUlnn of the tame net. In
taq luim?m of n.fila fffd ty uip nin
ntlll iroi.npaio- Another aifulimt tbt hock
Inland, in four cquiiU; another agnliiHt
the llurlliiKton, in live counts, and n fifth
Indictment wan returned aralnxt '(he
"VVMiwditi, to two oounio. Tho minimum
I-nlty nrovldeil l.y till uct U a flno of
ir.H thun JUtvu, wlin a muxlimim of
TIibo Indlrtments jtow out of the lm.
proper uiillbttpi ijf transit arrnnKo
mnu U uirpr on mixed feod alilp
mentH out of Omaha.
.Stolv 11 Cornet.
Fronk ivhlmmiiml and HtuJainln It.
Day, who wvrti.MrriMtiHl a wwk nuv, woro
Indicted for vteallnR t'nltcd fitiitsn mall.
The InillBtnmnt of Whlvnand chufKus that
I on Hrptamher 51 ho took from the railway
Htorriee certain iucha$. the content
of vliloli are unknown to the Krand
jurorw. und that Utr he took from a
pacKage of Vnlted Stuttn. timll one dia
mond H,lnt fountain pen, tl-karat cold
Da' It harmed with tulilnir from the mall
onu cer t and tt)i- pticUaife and par
cel, thq content of wlvlcli the smnl
juror 1)0 not know.
II. K. Uorupp. who wan arreetvd fiur
inon.ha hku olurKd w4i tminu th
truill to defmuil In tht ie uMvurtlso.l
through the new'aMrH etrtuln futro
railroad paoi (0: m e, waa imllcii.;,
lm. unlit before Judje T t-. Miuik. r
Miicre lie I'leaded kuIUv and wa fin-J
!W. A he lud ulrcud) btrvod four
nionth In Jail awaiting trial he will have
uu more to acrve to make up tho tlmu
required to eliminate the tloi fln.
IIuuhU I'lrnri (iullty.
I. W. llaugli was Indicted for ulnK thu
mull to defraud. Un waa entenced to
sixty days Imprisonment In the county
Jail of Hall county at Grand Island. He
pleaded sullty. llaugli Is it years old,
Iihb a wlfo and one child. Judge Muntfcr
told lilin the court waa Invllned to lo
Influenced by the fuot that UuurIi had a
wife and family, although tho court
sharply reminded him that the prWoner
and not thu oourt was the one that had
taken tho vowa to protect the family,
lluuifli ImM been traveling for a whole
sale, hnuso and hud been seiiillng fake
older through the mulls.
Otto Von demmlnger of Fremont Is
also among thone Indicted. fe a chargvd
with havliiK removed checks front the
United titutes mull bigs and havjutf
cashed them. He and the other men
charged with rohbhiK tho mall are to
oome before the Jutli;e this afternoan.
'' llln.iiiy I In- I'uloii
of atojnuch. liver and .kidney troubles
ami euro Wllogaiu-s und malurta. takt
Kjcctilc 1'Uter Una cntet. Only sCk'
Ueaton Drug fo -Advi'rtlstmont
Key to the Bltuatton-Uee Aavcitllng,
OLD WOODMEN MIILDING SOLD
Three local Men to Make Modern
Hotel of Structure.
TO BUILD LARQEjQARAOE ALSO
AdJolitliiK I.ols Wilt lie Iurrkused
nud a toderu (.arnure AVtll He
Krrvtvd for t'sa of Hotel
1'atroh nud Others,
Tho old Woodmen of the World build,
ink', U3 .outh Flfto.tith itreut. ha bee.11
sold for J1W.00O,
A contract has Just been slened by the
directors of the Woodmen order and J.
Kutleman. Dr. Philip Shcr anJ Harry .V,
Wolf, whereby the property reverts to the
latter three men. who will remodel It Into
a modern fireproof hotel of ISO rooms.
Carpenters and decorators will be
started to work In the building Immedi
ately to make it ready for occupancy as
the Carlton hotel, next March. Tho hotel
will bo operated by William lloush, pro
prietor of the Drexel hole).
The old Woodmen of the World build.
Iiik Is a five-story brick structure and
waa occupied for about twenty years by
, the ufflclala und office employes of the
lirder which- has Just completed the
erection of tho olKhtecn-atory building at Influence was exercised by Kevsor In In
f'ourteenlh and iVrnum streets. It for- :ducliiB the woman to bequoath her prop.
merly whh known as the Sheely prop- jerty to him. The oourt said he was not
ert ' ready to believe that the ties of friend-
Many Innovations lp hotel ooitstruotlou (ship between Mrs. Schneider and Keysor
and equipment will be IpntaUeil In theiwcrc stronger than thoe between Mrs.
Carlton hotel. Vlfty of thu roopis will Schneider and hor blood relatives.
have baths adjoining und Btiowor baths
on every floor.
The purchasers of the building also have
signed u, contract for the erection of a
largo garage on tha vacant lot adjoin
Ins It. Architect John McDonald Is now
drawing plans for this building, which
will bo &xl32 foet, one-story and qf
brick. It, too, will be completed by March.
The mother la Mrs. Laura L. Forbes of
Bncroft. The slaters are Maude Forbes
and Katherln Forbes of Bancroft and
Frances Tighe of Omaha.
CRAWFORD BREAKS WILL '
OF EMMA L SCHNEIDER
Will of the lato Kmma L. Schneider,
bequeathing htr 11.300 worth of property
j to Pavld U Keysor, was broken at the
! request of Mrs. Schneider's mother and
litters by Judge Bryce Cruwford In
county court. Mrs. Schneider died Octo
!ber 5. One of the helrs-ut-law, who sue
(reeded In breaking the will, is Mrs.
Frances Tlghe, former wife of William
'Tlghe. who unsuccesx fully sued J. I.
,Kemp for alienation of Mrs. Tlghe' af
. f ectlons.
IJige Crawford sustained the conten
tion of the mother and sisters that undue
Federal Offices to
B.e Closed Today
Itoss Hammond, collector of Internal
revenue, with offices In tae federal hudd
Ing, received a message from the preal
dent Friday announcing the fact that all
federal offices will bo closed today,
tha occasion being the funeral of Vlco
BILL FOR SOCIAL SERVICE
BOARD IS DRAFTED
Ths Baraca union ha drafted n nrrii.
I nil Ilea nrovidlhr for n snr In 1 Gr'ira V rv , y-a
( ' - - w W
' and the city commission has referred, It 1
j to Tollce Commissioner Hyder Later It I
when it is In legal form' it Will be sub-
mltted to the commission, which stand.
Pledged to adopt suclt a measure. The
board's chler duties will be the super
vision of theatrical performances.
WATER BOARD REFUSES TO '
ACCEPT CUDAHY'S CHECK
A check for the payment of water rents
for tho months of July, August and Sep
tember will b returned by the Water
board to the Cudaljy Packing company.
In South Omaha, in accordance with ac
tion taken by that body at a meeting in
the city hall Thursday afternoon. Tho
cheok was refused by the board, as it did
not cover the entire amount of rentals
for the months named. The board re
cently Increased the rates for packlna
companies jn South Omaha to 8 cents.
The- Cudahy people objected to paying tho
amount, claiming that they did not get
as much pressuro per cubic foot as tha
other companies, but the check was for
6H cents per 1.Q00 gallons. The- board re
fused ths check even as part payment,
as It would prevent them from shutting
off the water at tho plant If they so desired.
The Persistent and Judicious Cso of
Newspaper Advertimni? I h. r
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