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TIT TTTR OMAHA DAILY BEE: SATURDAY, JANUARY 23. lf00. Our Annual January Sale of Undermuslins a Record Breaker Mail order filled from Mil dally d tf t hour m1pm Splendid sav ing Mesured ouuof t o wn customers by Mall Orders. 35 c Silk and Satoi Ribbons, Yard 10c A complete clearance of all short lengths and bolts of Silk Taffeta. Sntln and Messallm rlbbc up to 5 Inches wide, actual values 35c. yet wl they last at yard MV VKIUXCJS SATI KDW 2.V. rialn and fancy mesh. Magpie and Russian veilings, all colors included. New Ruchings and Collars A fine new line of narrow and wide RucMngi, white, black, pink, blue, brown, chflmpacne. etc., specially priced Saturday, rare values, per ruch, 10c, l.v 20r, 23c, 30c and 85c New embroidered linen cottons, 100 doz. in the lot, actual values up to 25c, on sale at each 12H net - yt" - - -v IEM1E1I THE RELIABLE TOHE TMl RELIABLE STORK v. I t r L i. V f I ! 50 dozens high gTade huck towels, good size, regular 11c goods, Saturday, each 50 dozens extra large double twisted Tur kish bath towels, and all linen hucks, worth at least 39c, Saturday, each. One case, acme sheet, size 72x90, worth 66c Saturday, each. 100 dozens pillow cases, good muslin, sizes 42x3$ and 45x 36, worth 15c, Satur day, each, IOC 50 dozens high grade bird's-eye huck towels, hemmed or hem stitched, worth 18c Saturday, each, One case of full size bed sheets, size 81x90, heavy and strong worth 69c, Saturday, each. WM SHo per Bottle. Our entire stock of offloe writing and fountain pen Inks at just half. 6c, 10c, 26c, 50c and 7Sc sliea on sale at 37 Ho, 8Se, 18H,o, 5o and 2 4c AnoDa"of Tremendous Bargain Offerings in Musiin Undergarments In the harmonious blending of beautiful trimmings, the matchless assortment of styles, the every taste of refined womanhood finds expression. Every garment, whether simple or most elaborate you'll find generously proportioned and exceptionally well finished, and our sale prices, quality considered, are a revelation in bargain-giving. SCORES OP NEW LOTS JUST RECEIVED, SHOWN SATURDAY FOR THE FIRST TIME. Combination Suits A delightful assortment of the daintiest creations imaginable, consisting of Corset Covers and Draw ers; Corset Covers, Drawers and Skirt, or Corset Cover and Skirt. Choicest new designs and styles; prices, per set, at from 50c to $25.00 One Lot of Fine Skirts Trimmed with deep flounces of rich lace or embroider', cut very full, garments in the lot worth to $10.00; greatly under-priced at $3.98, $4.98 and $5.98 Ladies' Gowns In every imaginable style, beautifully trim med and finished, garments iu the lot worth to $10.00; open ing sale prices! . . . $1.00, $1.50, $1.98 to $5.98 Skirts In prodigal assortment of dainty designs, greatly un derpriced at from ..$1.50, $1.98 to $2.98 Drawers Regular and extra sizes, circular styles, trimmed with wide embroideries, laces and wash ribbons, values up to $2.00, on sale at 50c, 75c and 98c Corset Covers Immense assortment, values up to $2.00, great est bargains ever offered, at 25c, 39c, 50c, 75c, 98c Children's Drawers Embroidered and tucked ruffles, all sizes, snaps at 25c and 15c Children's Skirts All sizes, big assortment, each, 25c, 19c FIVE ROUSING HOUR SALE BARGAINS SATURDAY 8:30 to 9:30 A. M. Corset Covers and Drawers, lace and em broidery trimmed, values to 50c; choice, at 12Vc 9:30 to 10:30 A. M. Ladies' downs, cut long and full, good materials, well made, GPc values; choice, at 25c 10:30 to 11:30 A. M. Ladies' downs, beautifully trimmed, splendid variety, values to $2.00; on sale at G9c 2:30 to 3:30 P. M. Ladies' Corset Covers and Drawers, worth regularly up to $1.00, at, choice 25c 3:30 to 4:30 P. M. Ladies' Skirts, not a garment worth less than $2.00 and up to $3.50; choice 98c A magnificent display of choice Imported Garments at prices that, quality of the offering considered, have never been duplicated in Omaha. Manufacturer's saie Women s Outer Garments $60,000 stock closed out from the manufacturers at a price which enables us to offer them to you at prices which could not possibly cover the actual cost of production. Several new stocks just received will be shown for the first time Saturday. Nearly 300 Tailor Suits and Over 200 Handsome Coats, closed from two prominent manufacturers at a wonderful bargain, many of the garments posi tively worth $25.00, and not a garment in the lot worth less than $15.00, all new stvles and T 750 colors; choice P P $00.00 to $125.00 quality Beaver Coats, just 42 of them left; on sale at, choice $45.00 3 $60.00 and $75.00 quality Near Seal Coats, just 38 in the lot; your choice Saturday $25.00 180 Beautiful Dresses, in the popular new one-piece styles, in silks and broadcloths, all colors and well worth $25.00; choice $10.00 Manufacturer's Stock of Children's Coats on sale at Less Than Value of Materials. Children's Coats, in big assortment of colors and styles, sizes from 6 to 14 years, at $1.00 Children's Bearskin Coats all colors and sizes to 6 yrs., values to $4.00, on sale at $1.39 Commencing Saturday morning, Jan. 21. and continuing for the week following we are going to have the sale: 7 Si- Rubber Gloves 25o $1.00 Pure Oum flubber 60c ' !6 Hair Brushes 16o 60c Hair Brushes 30c 76c Hair Brushes 60c While in ask to see the Spotless Hair Brush. Willow llrand rerfumes, 60c ex.. White Rose 35o tOc oa., I.oruat Blossom ii.ie 60o oa., tloft Violet 25c too oa.. Wood Violet 21c 60c os.. Rosa Regal 26c Manufacturer's Stock of Children's Caps, values up to $2.50, on sale Saturday at 19c, 39c and 50c $2.50 Long Kimonos; Saturday, choice 98c 9 A. M. to 12 M.- Coney Fur Set? that sell regularly to $7.50; choice of the lot $2.95 $1.50 Dressing Sacques; Saturday, choice 49c DRUG STOCK REDUCTION And many1 other well known odors will be sold at this rate as long aa thev last. Our supply is limited. $2.00 S-quart Fountain Syrtnfres.Jl.no $1 75 2-quart Fountain tiyrlnges. . c 7 5c All Hllk Hex Suspensory. .. .60c $1.00 All Silk Army and Navy Sus pensory "6c $1.00 All 811k Physicians and Bur geons Suspensory 7 60 75c All Silk fhyslclans and Surgeons Suspensory 80c 60c All Lisle Physicians and Surgeons Suspensory 3c 60e All Lisle Army and Navy Suspen sory 36c $5c Fancy Mesh Army and Navy Sus pensory 2&c $W Waists 5995 Saturday Manufacturers' stock of silk, satin and net waists, as showu in windows past few days; garments in the lot worth to $10.00, on sale at, choice $2.95 BJi.Long Pant Suits All sizes, 13 to 20 years, that sold regularly from $10.00 to $15.00, classy new styles, in the best fabrics and col orings, on sale ....$6.95 Boys' Knee Pant Suits $3.50 to $5.00 values, gar ments whose style and wear will prove eminently satis factory, at $2.48 All sizes 3 to 17 years. Boys' Knee Pants Including blacks, blues and corduroys, values from 50c to $1.50, in four lots, on sale at.. 28c, 48c, 68c, 98c $2 Dress and Negligee Shirts 50c. Several hundred dor.on shirts manufacturer" samples and broken lota In such well known brands as Monarch. Griffon. Cluett and other well known brands. Stiff bosoms In white or rotors, pleated or soft bosoms, many full dresa shirts In the lot, values to 12.00, on sale, Sat urday ' SOc High Spire Tapestry Itmssels Kufcs Oxll size, a very popular quality, at a wonder fully low prlre, can not be duplicated for loss than $12.75, at, $8.98 V.00 Velvet Itu(p, many new and beauti ful designs, comes only In 27x54 size, rugs worth $2.00, match less value at our salo price JO Wire Itrtissels Hugs, 9x13 size, per fection in weavo and coloring, a swell line of patterns for selec tion, cannot be dupli cated for less than $16.50, at, $10 Men's Winter Caps in kersey and homespuns, rood nssortnient of stylos nnd colorings; some fur lined; values to 75c, on ealc, choice lOc Man's Odd Pants, man ufacturer's surplus stock, nil colors, values from $3.60 to $5.00; on sale $1.98 X3l!t Final Clearance Men's Winter Clothing Hart, Schiffner O Marx and other High Class Suits, Overcoats, Top Coats and Rain Coats, all included in Saturday's Sale at One Price. rt i i i 1. riiOA AA Milts ana uvereoais, worm -u.uu. . . m Suits and Overcoats, worth $22.50 Jjh .1 n i i i it. d..r ir li .suits ana uvereoais, worm .-i.w. . . . Suits and Overcoats, worth $27.50. Suits and Overcoats, worth $30.00. Suits and Overcoats, worth $35.00, All the fancy heavy weight Suits, including black and blues; all heavy Overcoats, Top Over coats, liain Overcoats. Nothing in our entire stock reserved, everything goes at the one price Saturday. Complete lines of the season's best styles, colors and patterns here for selection garments representing all that is best in all wool or silk mixed fabrics and the most finished and artistic tailoring. You can buy a suit or overcoat in this sale at less than the same garment could be pur chased from the manufacturers. No Room for Leftovers on Our Counters Ml Winter CloMng Must Go At Once JJ jj q Buvs any winter Suit or Overcoat J g ,TO that sold at $12.00, $15.00 and up a to $18.00. All best style and fabrics; all this season's goods. Come early. 26e Cotton Mean Array and Nary Suspensory 26c 26c Cotton Auto. Suspensory .... 20c 60e Fancy Auto. Suspensory S5c 75c Bauer & Black's Suspensory .. 50c 60c Bauer Black's Suspensory. .35c 11.00 All Rubber Sanitary Uelt..t5c 76c Silk Sanitary Belt 60c S5c Cotton Sanitary Belt ;5c 6 Cotton Sanitary Napkins 10o 1 Cotton Sanitary Napkins SOc We have many more bargains In our line, but space prevents our enumerating them. Call and see us with all your drug work. Prescrip tions carefully attended to. Mail or ders receive prompt attentlqji. 10 bars Diamond C Soap for 25c 0 pounds Fancy Japan Klce, for 25c 4 pounds best Pearl Tapioca, or Sago 25c 5 pound cans Solid Packed Tomatoes, per can 8Ho 3 pound cans Golden Pumpkin, can . .84e 3 pound can Lye Hominy, for 8VjC S pound cans Baked Beans 8'iO Condensed Cream, per can 7V4c Bromangelon, Jellycon, or Jello, pkir. 7Wc The best Soda or Oyster Crackers, lb... 6c The best crisp Gingersnapa. per lb. ,...6c The best Tea SlftinKS, per pound 15c Choice Sun Dried Japan Tea, per lb. 25c UTTER and CHEEBB SALE Saturday Fancy Dairy Butter, per pound 23c Fancy Country Creamery Butter, lb. Lc Fancy No. 1 Creamery Butter, per lb. 28c Fancy Full Cream New York Cheese. lb.20c Fam-y Full Cream Wisconsin Cheese, lKc Fancy Full Cream Brick Cheese, lb. 18c SKIED TKVIT I1LB FB.XCX3 Choice California Prunes, per lb SVfre Fancy California Cooking Figs, lh. 7e Fancy Oregon Black l'runes, lb 7'fec Fancy Mulr Peaches, per lh 10c Fancy California Dried Grapes, lb. 7Vc Fresh Cucumbers, 2 for 5c Fancy Evaporated Pears, per lb 124c Fancy t leaned (. urranis, per id i , Fancy Large Muscatel and Cooking (ala- lns. per pound 7vc rXBSK VEGETABLES MOM the SOUTH Omaha's Greatest Market. 2 heads fresh Hothouse Lettuce for... 5c Fancy Head Lettuce, per head ..6C-7HO 2 bunches Hothouse Radishes, for ,...5c II bunchea freah Onlona, for 10c Fancy No. 1 Cauliflower, per lb 6c Fretih Beets, per hunch .4c Fresh Spinach, per peck 20c See Last Page for of Dlnnemare and CLEARANCE SALE DON'T FORGET TRY MYDEN'S FIRST IT PAYO inn IpSI&A f ff Mim'' t READ THE BIG GROCERY BUTTER, CHEESE, CRACKER, FRESH VEGETABLE AND FRUIT SALE FOR SATURDAY 1 KfjAXI inn lU UXWWii.X, , , . . Te. Knelish Fancy Pitted Plums, per lb li'ic Fancy Jersey Sweet Potatoe $Uo BIO STJOA BAM SATTJB.DAT , CV Basket Fire d Jmm T English Moor P.rk xpcots. per lb. K'to Fancy Cape (od Cranberries, quart ..14o I The Best Pure Cane Granulated Sugar, SrfaBt,.,H gl X . . . 38c Kresh Carrots, per bunch 4c 2 bunches fresh Celery for ..6o f at Lesa Than Jobbers' Cost. x. w - Fresh Turnips, per bunch 40 f ancy liipe lomaioes. per pouna ....i-o Fresh, t;aina(?e, per pouna za Fanc y Red Onions. Carrots, Parsnips. Tur- sg nips, or Rutabagas, per pound to f Lhpv; Juicv Lemons, per dozen 15c I iaHLABTD HAVEL OBAKOB SAX.B f The Highland Navels are the finest I Crown, they urn sweeter and Juicier and -2 more richly flavored than any others. For "5 Saturday's sale we will sell: Itegular l!Vic Kite, per dozen Regular I'Oc size, per dozen 6o I Regular 25c size, per dozen 20a . I Regular 35c size, per dozen 26a at Regular 40c size, per dozen .......... .30o 7 Manufacturer's Stock of Shoes SeXf. NATION TO C0NTR0L TRAFF1C Liceme League Speaker Says Liquor Qaettion is National. PKOHrBITION MEANS OF GRAFT I - I)r. J. T. Clle of Ksu Declare State Law Pt Llqaor Baalaeaa in Hands ( law Breakers. LOUISVILLE., Kr-. J"- M-Ns-'nal Mgulation of the llauor traffic was urged by Dr. J. F. Callen of Plttaburr. Kan., a speaker t th convention of the Model Llrenae leana today. Tha liquor quea tton." tha apeaker aaid. "belonrs in politics; It hn the aama right there that the tariff question has; It la a national Question, not a queatlon that tan be determined In a vea try meeting, or even In one etate legla'.i ture. It ahould be governed and resisted from the head of the nation. Tha t nited ttatee owns every drop of liquor nd beer la the country today. There Is rot a distiller. In the stale of Kentucky, or Uv ulher aiaie, that duxes tu uiake m a present of a gallon of whisky today, that cost him to make and store 26 rents, unleea he flrat pass I'ncla 6am tl 10, and the state, or atates, that se; up lawa to pro h'Mt the aale of thla product are In a measure boycotting, not only a product of the government, hut a product that paid in the forty yeara after the civil war over 57 per cent of the entire cost of the war, or. in other words, S3 per cent of the com bined coat of the navy and pension de partments. 'If the federal government needs the revenue It collects from liquor, it ahould lend ita protection to the man who dia penaea the product and who pays the gov ernment tax. Scores Prohibition Movement. 'Prohibition Is not a temperance move ment as applied to the sale and use of stimulants. Prohibition movements seek to wine out the legal sale of all alcoholio stimulants and beverages that la. If we are to believe the advocates of the cause who are stumping the country. But prohibition does not mean that out in Kansas where I live. Prohibition out there means graft The prohibition law out there la the power that upholds graft and enables dishonest offlclala to play fast and loose with the 'JointlsU." "I believe state-wide prohibition would never b uieutlonvd If it wcia geaerail understood by our people, that prohibition Is but the name for a law that takes the sale of liquors out of responsible hands and places It in the hands of men who are desperate enough to defy the law, that In stead of protecting the young from tha temptation to drink, brlnga the vilest de coctions to the very shadows of the home and that there is no way to protect the youth from the influence of the bootlegger, who Is here today and there tomorrow, who has no responsibility, and whose only No Question as to the Superiority' of i CALUMET Baking Powder RsceWeJ Kkeet Aware WerU'a fere Fee Esaeettis ttiuie, 1J4J7,. aim, like that of many of his more resjiec-, table brothers, la money, only money. "If it ahould be more generally under stood that the quantity of liquor con sumed la aa great or greater In a prohibi tion atate than in othera; that there ia no regulation of the aalea or of the quanity of the atuff aold, no revenue to the stats from such sales In prohibition atatea, and that often the prosecutor becomes a perse cutor who alternately protects and prose cutes. "Prohibition meana not temperance, but lawlessnesa, and the more powerful the movement becomes and the more numerous its advocates, the nearer we approach the reign of anarchy and outlawry." Dr. Callen discused the effect of the antl liquor law In Kansas, particularly in Saltna and Pittaburg. Aa a temperance move ment, he aaid, prohibition In Saltna la a failure, both morally and financially, and the end la not yet. Thla was true of other cities in the state, he asserted. Allen could not control her actions when she saw her husband seated in a buggy with tha woman. Ensetlonal Insanity Plea, Wins. WICHITA FALI. Texas. Jan. 22 After being out six hours the jury in tha rase of Mrs. Walter Allen, wife of a wealthy business man of this city, chsrged with murder In connection with the killing of another woman, returned a verdict of not guilty. The plea of tho defense ass .tnutmnal tnamiitw. Mninilin liia-L Mrs. NEW AIRSHIP FOR ZEPPELIN Device fur Discharging Una Inanrea Safety of Craft .Now Balldlng;. FR1EDRICHSHAFEN. Jan. 2!.-Count Zeppelin is building another airship which will bear the name of Zeppelin III, and which he expecla to be ftniahed by the end of March. He ia also cAnstructlng a float ing tent for housing the new airship. The count has introduced a new method for discharging gas from balloons. Heretofore the gas has been discharged within the clgar-ahaped covering, but with the new airship tubes will reach upward, discharg ing It into the open air, thus minimising danger from explosion. ONE HUNDREDSIXTY DROWNED Da ill Protecting; Johannesburg; Gold Mine Glvea War After Heavy Rains. JOHANNESBURG. Jan. 22. Ten white men and 150 natives were drowned today In the Witmaters Rand Gold mine, which became fljoded by the bursting of Knight's dam. Heavy rains cause the dam to give way. The water from the dam flooded also the lower sections of the town of Elsburg. A number of houses were swept away and thirteen persons drowned. Desperate hboettaaj pains In the chest require quick treatment with Dr. King's New Discovery. Prevents pneumonia. GOc and $1.00. For sale by Beaton Drug Co. All Kun Down? Pale? Nervous? All run down, easily tired, thin, pale, nervous? And do not know what to take? Then go direct to your doctor. Ask hii opinion of AVer's non-alcoholic Sarsaparilla. No alcohol, no stimula tion. A blood purifier, a nerve tonic, a strong alterative, an aid to digestion. It your doctor decide. Saturday Candy 60c Smart Set OQp Chocolates . . .diJL 25c Angle Food in Tally 13t Myers-Dillon Drug Co. Cut Rate Druggists 16th and Farnam Streets TWENTIETH CENTURY FARFvO Tfce A4 tie i ' Jtc Im-Qetter.