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FACES ELEVIN TO TWENTY
Best Sporting Newt
The Bee print full box 'scoria
of all Ms league games
In so otter Omaha newspaper.
VOL. XLI-NO. 102.
OMAHA. SATURDAY MORNING,' OCTOBER 14. 191 1.
SINGLE COPY TWO CENTS.
'' ' ' Candy Specials
'. ROr'lb. freta FluffpU cUcmo-
lotos. Saturday. 29c; 60c lb. choco.
late dlprxvl maraschino cherries.
Saturday. S!)o; 25c . lb.," Yankee
'peanut brittle, Saturday) l!ic the
lb., or 2 lbs for 2.V.
Sale of Cut Flowers
Carnations north 50c and r g
75c tbe .dozen. Saturday .DC
Rors'w6rth $1.00 the
dozon, Saturday only . ..aJC
23 to 50 Per Cent Saving on Drugs and Toilet Goods
7Rc Pomre,lan niiiu
tl 60 Oriental cream
60c Iadbrook's LeVsHee
cream 49c ,
60c bottle Hind Ho.icv I
and Almond fruni. 3c
6V Per-eco tooth paM
for ..... 3c ,
i6c Sanltol tooth powder
6ic hox Java rice pon
der 890 i
2Sc Swansdown powiler
for 150 !
"6c R. A O. rice powder !
toilet water 3o
26o Hancock a Corylopnis
Celeste's and Mennen
2c talcums ISO 1
$1 on bottla Wine of Car.
4-lh. bottle peroxide. Bo
'Evsrything for Everybody
Asparagus ferns. Sat
. urday only, each ...
Everything for Everybody
10c Bequas nail polish 6o ! 16c tuvenllt soap ...IBoj
or Everybody J
$15.00 is the price that has revolutionized the clothing
business in Omaha. From one end of the city to the other and
even far around Omaha men are talking about and buying
Bennett $15.00 suits. And here's why. We have been ever-
-Yuaiucu oa ao.uu suns ior many seasons past; we have courted comparison for our men's $15.00 suits with any suit selling anywhero else at $3 to $5 more than the suit; we have
urged each and every. man to compare our $15 00 suits-with all others for every business man knows that the farther down the scale of prices you go the harder it is to give quality-and be
cause oiiniB every wee .tnat goes by sees more.men comparing our $15.00 suits and finding out to their own great satisfaction that for $15.00. they can buy at Bennett's a suit that will stand
y tjti," k teSt -pUj6 a11 oollfa.bries' shape-retaining qualities, faultless style and perfect workmanship; suits that will more than pass muster in any place a particular maa might
he. We have been surprised at the number of men-who' have taken the trouble to make comparisons before purchasing and we honestly believe, sir, that if you will do as others have done there
will be but one result--your next suit will come from Bennett s.
: IU few HOTr
, - . i
We re Doing a Wonderful Duahtcss in Men's!
and Boys Sweater Coats These Davs
Powlbly we were more fortunate than ethera In our buying this vear but
ure it la'we are-getting the llon'a share of the sweater coat bualnesi Quality,
of course is one reason and price the other.
Men a .wool, teraey aweatera in
navy, maroon and xray-the $2 00
kind Saturday, 'tl 50. ' '
Men', wool- sweater coats in plain''
colors and eontraetinj; trimmed. i V
neck styles. 12.00 to is 80.
Men's wool sweater coats with
auto or -storm collars; all the wanted
colors to choose from: 12 00 to 16.00
Men's wool sweater coats with mil
itary necks, all colors. 13 SO each
" Men's ?6c Jersey ribbed sweaters.
Saturday. 49c each.
Boya' wool sweater coats In solid
colors or rlmme.l with contrasting
shades, tl 00 each.
Boys' wool sweater coats with auto
collars, solid colors or with fancy
borders, 11 25 each.
Ritesize" cotton ribbed union suits for late
fa)) and early winter wear--one of
the wry best values we have ever
ffered at, the' suit . '. . . . .
Men s "RlteslM" wool nntoa suits, guaranteed to be made under strictly
sanitary conditions from the very best material's obtainablevery reasonably
priced at 12 00. 2-f0 and' 13 60 the suit. -
aasn-s wool smrts ana dxawsrs-four big lines at ll.Oo, $1.15. $2 00 and
$2 JO the garment. .
Uen'rjl.60 tin nanael shirts priced for Saturday at ftc. -
The Vogue of The Rough
. . . "Scratch-up" Hats is Amazing
; W bar bo many different colore and styles in stock that
it la no trouble at all for ub to fit any head or taste. They Bell
at $2.00. $2.60 and $3.00. '-
. Wew Imported elour hats in black ZXTKA. SMCIAXr One lrtt of $ 00
and tan. $4 50 each. Most places they and $3 50 fall hats; Saturday. Bl.as
would be $l 50 more. I for jour ohoioe.
.-All the new stitr. hats 'for fall; and Another lot, worth $1 00 and.$J60,,
winter wear, $2 00. to, $3 60. ' ' Saturday, $31. SB. "
Here are all of the beautiful broums. tans and grays
for the young man and blues and Macks for the man
who prefers to be more conserx'ative in t hg matter of
dress--two and three- bu t ton, form-fitting styles
and models that do not closely follow th-j extremes
of fashion. These are all hand-tailored, bench
made clothes from the foremost manufacturers in
America: have hand-worked button holes and other
features you would exp:ct only in suits of a higher, price
range of patterns, colorings and styles at the price in Omaha. So re
the widest If
member if $18 to $20 is your price for a suit you can get it here
for I " "wr
A mm plot Uue of crvenettetl raluroats, gaberdines and sUrwins popU'
laxly priced at $6 00 to $18.00. Extra trousers bent valuea In the city at
$2.00 to $6.00 the paJr-one special number In dark patterns, worth $3.00
tha pair, being priced for Saturday at $1.25. "
Of course, we have other suit variously priced as tbe quality war
rants. $18.00, $20.00, $22.50 and $26.00 are strong prices with ua and they
represent aa great value as tbe suits at $16.00. New overcoats are also
here and more of them coming dally.
This Boys Clothing Store is Best Liked Because It is Different
It has a different standard of value-riving-, dlfrerent 'stylea that quickly appeal to both the boy and his parents, and a dirterent.
oulo.k efficient, eatlsfactory service We bave studied tne boy s likes and dislikes, we have studied wearing qualities and appropriate
ness, aa well: we pay particular attention to the down-to-aateness the styles all of which attracts
parents we number among our customers.
and holds the thoueands or
75 boys' odd suits of this season's selling from lines that brought $3.50 and $4: ail wool
mrterials, in dark patterns, to fit boys from 9 to 16 years of age; while they last Sat'rd'y
Extra quality blue serge suits at 84.00 and 6.00 the suit) suits
w-ith:an extrs pa.tr of trousers at $3 60, $4 00 and $.voo and thus
the reasonable pricing goes .throughout the .entire boys
store.- . . . . .
The ovsrooats for both big and little boys are splendid sampua
of azeelleuoe. Made of fancy cheviots, casstmeres. chine Ilia cloth
and tweeda in all of the most desirable patterns, ana ciru
Prices range from $2 60 to s so
Headwear For the
rll and winter styles in
caps and hats are now
showing In wide variety.
Made of velvets, plush,
fancy felt and chinchilla
,s and priced at
h50c to $2.00
A Sale of Picture
Frames-lOc to 60c
. Saturday vre will place on sale , about
1,800 picture frames finished in gilt,. oak,-
Less Than the Wholsale Cost
i (These are all colors .and' styles-Brjuare's
tnd ovals in tdies 1t3x20, 18x40, 11x14, 10x20, -010x12,
8x10," '6i8v 5x74x6, postcard and him
' dreda of -odd sizes to suit almost, an1 style of
j ipicture. The- prices will rangefrom. 10c to
i 60o per f rame. r ' ' .-'
Seedisplay ;in one of our J6th Si. windows.;
OnJy One Face in Dreamland"
' V-Saturday, 10c the Copy v
'This Is a new .waltz ballad .'that haa' '.'caught on"
Quickly, being sung by. some ot the. headline In var-"
Ioub vaudeville circuits , We' want you. to hear It. sung
Saturday for we think -you. will agree with ub that.ltj
will be one of the most popular, new ballads, of the
season. ' -"
AlWopular Music, Saturday. 10c
Including "Alexander s Bag Time Baxid."""BUly' "All
Alone." Mysterious Rag." "Railroad Rag," "BeauUtul
Poll," "If the Stars Could- Talk." "Peanuta" a new -rag,
i -lana or nirmony, " "Uown by the Old Mill ' btream,
; "Omaha," "Daylight Hurts My Eyes," "Ghost Time" ana
: hundreds of others. -...-...
Fancy China, Worth to 75c, for 15c
Lot cods1bs of sugars, creamers, tea tiles, plat
ters, mugs, cups and saucers, bakers, salts and peppers,
etc., etc. values up to-i'7SG,, Saturday, while they
Plain blown, lo-ouaoe tumblers,' werth 76e the dozen,
Saturday, six for loo.
One lot ol eitra large earthen teapots.'' worth 60c
each,. Saturday,. as. , , . . v-
Corsets at Less
' Here's a corset bargain
that - should appeal to
every woman ,in Omaha
for it's .a chanoe to get a
corset of the best style at
a bargain price.
They are copied from the
highest priced models and
. Regularly priced at
' Made of good quality coutll
In extra lengths, boned -with
non-ruBtable boning, suppled
with four good hose supporters
and trimmed with laoea neat
and very serviceable corset in
Bargains, in the Woodenware Store
Special Purchase and
.Sale, of Fowrie's '
.There are only about 760. pairs In
this lot, and because of the very low
price we are quotlag w advise com
ing early so aa to be sure of getting
tbe size and color you want. .
' Each patrjs made of Bupeiior. e
lected BVinB,iin all elites from (H to
7 H ijjclusive, and will give' the very
best service.' .
Choose fr6m black,' white, tan,
brown, slate, mode, biscuit, ox blood,'
navy and green.
of 500 Pairs JMeris Shoes
There's a Saving of $1.05 On Every Pair,
TKt-w if w don't bellave there is a man In Omaha who doesn't care about sar.
it os on avrv ratr of shoes he expects to wear this winter. And ir every man in
aVa knewVhe7e Vho: ? a. w-5wTh?m.: .all that would be necessary In this adver-
Shoes For Women
Now On Display
tiemnt would be the simple statement-Men's winter shoes
Regularly Priced at
u $3.50 the Patr, Sat-
' urday Only . .
They are made of Tan, Russia, calf and dull leather
in blucher lacs and button styles-suitable for dress wear
or the more trying-use of the mas who work outside in
all kinds of weather If you want to know more about
them before coming in the etore. see the special display
in one of our Harney street windows
Children's school Sljoos In Tan, Bussla, ealf, dull
leathers and patent eolt In all ot the new styles, lnolud
lng the new extra high top modes up to $3.so tne pair,
as tne slse calls for.
8 rolls toilet., pacer 500
. aheets'to tbe. roll Sat-
. urday ' B5e
Box wooden toothpicks, .la
1 60 clothespins loo
16c galvanized funnel
washers for lOo
One lot . of . wooden pails
Egg cases that -. will hold
li dozen SSo
Blue decorated china salt
Rex washing machines,
very easy to operate.
wash perfectly BA.SO
'New Coats and Suits
li W- lit
I ; i MA
r ml .
So many new styles haveicome this week that we think we would be
elighting some of them if we wero to mention any one or two in particu-lar-so
we give-you a synopsis of the stock. Material, workmanship and
design are combined in .all of these garments to produce effects which
conform to the most desirable of the new 6tyleidea6 in vogue for this
v ' fall and winter. ' Thelow prices asked, together with the quality
and thej appearance -of each garment, are sure to make buyers of all
who inspect" them. -. . '
Caracul coats, $12.00 to $39.50.
Flush eoata, $ 19.60 to $36.00.
Black kersey and - broadcloth ' coata at
$10.00 to $39.60.
Short-length fur coata, $29.50' to $85.
Long fur coats at $85 00 to $185.00.
One lot ot coats of fine mixtures, re
versible cloths, Scotch weaves, cheviots
and heavy worsteds exceptional val
ues at $10:00 to $35.00. '
A e a1 showing, of women's suita for Saturday
" Mai; Kjf Stirpes, novelty weaves and broedcloths in
o ..wc. brown, blue, grey and fancy patterns; all .new
styles and sizes front 16 to 44. $29.50 ,
and by easy stages down tu . . . , p J y
Bargains in Fur Sets
One lot ot black coney fur seta con
Blstlng ot a muff and collarette, reg
ular $10.00 values, . " 7 O i
for Saturday only . . . . t
One lot of black coney fur seta con
siaUng of a muff and colfarette, reg-
ulax $15.00 valuea. 'a i f ii
tor Saturday oniy.. ylU.ll
GirVs New Coats
We havo a great lot of girls' , new coats
to show you for the first time Saturday,
so many ot them we haven't room for de
tailed description here. Tbere'e every
worthy style, color and material a girl and
her mother could possibly want for ages
three to fourteen years. Pricing Is of tbe
uauie fair sort you have always found at
One lot of lnf&nt'i
white, red and grev
eaeater In all size,
made of fine worsted
$1.25 values 95c
Children' s Hats and Caps
Saturday Extra Specials
Outi lot of beavr bats lor girls from two to five years
of age, values up to $2 50, Saturday only, choke fl.oo.
' . Infaat'a and children's bonnets, co close out, are priced
as follows 50c bearskin bonnets at 25c, $1.00 felt bon
nets at 50c, $1.75 felt bonnet at $1.00, $2.25 felt bon
. sets at $1.50, $3.76 and $5.00 felt bonnets at $X09.
Millinery Comparison Continues
Without doubt this is one of the most successful millinery sales of the year. TO APPRECIATE THE WON
DERFUL VALUES YOU MUST COME AND SEE THEM. For example. includedln- this tale -ls a large.varlety
of :tbe-most beautiful. French-models trimmed with, gorxeoua, bJrd of jiaradtse. aigrettes and the finest, ostrich
obtainable priced at exactly .a btlf of their real worth. Everything 'is" Just qs it Is "advertised and -if jou are
not perfectly satisfied with any purchase you make bring it back'-we wlirma'ke It rlght'or "cheerfuiiy refund
your money. A Small deposit wUl reserve any purchase for future .delivery. . . , .
'f. -'.i..Jv-ir 'Jf. i
33 1-3 per cent of f the market
price for all ostrich and bird of
paradise trimmed hats, worth from
$20 to $150. Com
$1.25 Silk Hosiery at 79c
100 pairs of women's $1.00 and $1.2S
silk. hose with wide garter. tops and lisle
soles, heels and toes In all sizes; choice
of black, white, tan, blue and pink; Sat
urday. 79c- the pair.
Infants' 5a cashmere hose, witn
Silk heels aadjtoes. In slaes 4 to
SHlncJuslvei slightly lmperfeot
bat wearing qualities are not Im
paired t oholoe of -black, white, tan.
light blue and pink I
Baturday the pair. ,5 C
Women's fine ribbed, fast black, seam,
less hosiery, worth 26c the pair, Satur
day, 13 Wo.
actsses' and boys' fas black, seam
less sohool hose. In slaes 6 to 9Vi In
clusive; the 26c kind, for Saturday's
selling IB Ho tha pair.
and Pants Jereey
color only. Sizes
2 and it, regu
larly sold at 26o.
special 1 22C
leevee Choice of
white or ecru In
sizes 4 to . $100
and $126 dr
parison Sale price
$100 down to ,. . .
CHILDREN'S AND MISSES' TRIMMED
HATS a great variety in aU ' faahlonable
colors and styles, tor tha Comparison Sale
$1.98 to $2.98
MISSES' UNTRIMMED HATS rn several
colors end Bhapea, values up to $2 00 each,
priced for the Comparison Sale at
During the Comparison Sale.. 50
per cent off the market price for
all French trimmed hats worth
$20.00 to $100.00,
or, choice, $50.00
down to . . . .
Worth from $15 to $40
each or - choice
$7.50 f $20
600 CHILDREN'S FINE CAPS made of
broadclotba and fine slLk velvets, values
up to $2.50 each, tor the Comparison Sale
CHILDREN 8 HATS AND CAPS In black
'and all of the moat, wanted colors, valuea
up to $1.00 each, tor the Comparison Sale
Hats Trimmed Free During This Comparison Sale Only.
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Hardware Store Specials In the Pure Food Grocery
n'.!.h,rh a T&n jDriitht ais llahts. com
Welsbacb's lie Jupiter .Inverted gas lights,
15c Mica chimneys for gas lights lOo
20c squire ash sillers l&o
Llsk's M 76. K-lb. enameled roasters. 1-9 &
ii.ti 3-burner gas hot plates J 19
$iu 00 combination hard and soft oal
$1 00 gas ranges with lft-lnch oven and
broiler, four burners and one slinmnrmg
burner, aafety over door lat:h $)13.aa
Fruits and egetab1es
lancy Colorado potatoes, full weight gusr
anteeil, BOo the Bushel, or, per peuk.. . 84o
Fancy Michigan Concord grapes--no phone
ordure tilled oa this Itemthe basket.. lSe
Fancy California 'fonay grapes, bn.el 30o
I-ancy Kelffer pears, extia Quality, the
Fancy eating or cooking apples, peck. . . lto
Green tomatoes, 'he basket 16o
Jersey sweet potatoes, 4 lbs for. lOo
Cape Cod cranbernea, $ quarts for Bbo
Two large heads plain lettuce for &o
Fine, soud heads cabbage lt.. ....like
Bennett s ' apitol Flour, sack . Bl-BO
Bennett's iest toffee, and iO stamp.
$ lbs Bennett's best coffee and 7 6
stamps ... $1.00
Assorted teas, and 76 stamps, lb. 88 o
Assorted teas and 60 stamps, lb , See
6-lb can B. C. baking
powder and 100 stamps
for . B1.00
Crackers of all kinds and
10 stamps, pkg . . 10c
$ pkgs Bwlft s Pride
Cleanser and 10 stamp
teedless raisins, and 10 -stamps,
f ull cream cheese, and
10 sumps, lb BOo
Gatllard s olive ollepo
clal offer of a pint can
2 cans hulled beans wlift
clucken and 20 stamps
Sniper's pork and beans
and 15 stamps, can. 15e
1-lb can B C. baking
powder and $0 etamps
$ lb a. navy beans for See
Tea elf tings snd 10 stamps, lb, 15o
m-io. o. c. yure pepper ana s stamps,
One dozen . H. J. Helns famed dni
I jars peanut butter, 10 sumps. 800
20c can Bennett's Capitol grated plne-
..'Pf'1? 'or fae
N Seeded raisins and iu
sumps, per pkg..iae
2-lb. pkg Bennett's t api
tol oats and 10 etamps
f r loo
2-lb pkg Bennett s Capi
tol pancake flour and 10
2-lb. pkg Bennett's Capi
tol wheat aod 10 stamps
14-lb. sac k Diamond Crys
tal salt and 20 stamps
Calumet baking pow 1,-r
and 6 stamps, ran lOo
Lare jar i.illetiss must
ard and 20 stamps Iso
36c quart can Franco
American soups, assorted
Lemon cookies special at.
the Id. ISo
Pot Roast Sy2o and 6l2c
Shoulder Steak, '
2 pounds for. 15c
Hamburger, 3 pounds
Young Veal Roast,
122c and ,10c
NTo. 1 Lean Bacon, 19Vc
Medium Lean Bacou
So. 1 Ian Hams, 15laC
0V2 pounds of Leaf
Lard for ,$1.00
Lamb Legs . . . 4J . .9lc
Lamb Chops ....... 10c
.W' Jfew ilc
Pork Roast ..9ic
Pork Butts '...'.. .12 z