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14 'iUE BEE: OMAHA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1913. OVERSTOCK 300 Ladiss' & Missis1 Trim'id Hits Acfniir worth to $5.00, it 98c 101 loz. sktly dam. IgtfKMItM's Apr wtrth Sltti 7Stat 121c H 'Hi i ! .1 Our "buyer ha just returned from the Eastern Market, and found Manufacturers, Jobbers and Importers overstocked tfith Winter Merchandise, and who were willing to sell at a sacrifice. We were in the best of position to take advantage of this opportunity, as we happened to be low on stock, and we were therefore tvble to pick up the most desirable merchandise at almost our own prices. The merchandise wo secured on this trip conoists of Men's and Boys' Clothing, Ladies' and Misses' Suits, Coats, Dresses, Skirts, Milli nery, Waists and Petticoats, Ladies' and Gonta' Furnishings, Silks, Velvets, Dress Goods, Staple Dry Goods, Bed Spreads and Linens. These goods we place on sale are articles that will make good, practical and useful Christmas presents. SALE BEGINS THURSDAY, DECEMBER 11 TH, AT 8:30 A. M I AN AIM SQIARE 60o men's fan cy Tka, om 1a a box, at 25 36e aaa'i Sua pesders, onen a box, at , LadiM' Fleece ftftitc, if CLOTHING MANUFACTURERS MEN'S 12 l-2 SOX, iftk Be ALMOST CRAZY Behold the Results Clothing at About 50c on the Dollar MlN'l lOfl Handkerchiefs Mea'a $10.00 Suits 95 ladies' Kid Glevef, worth $1.00, at . ......... $1J6 ladW 3Ud Oloves, realfl&e, at Oottett Meeea. FeitiooaU, ire-t. red a bkek, worth $1. 7le0rieti, with a Xoee Mippertera at taehed, at 7 a m y DeiUee, , Table CeVers, learfs, up from Men's FineC 14 ivn v Suite 95 Men's and Young J8SH J M 95 Overcoat Mes's $12.50 Overcoats Men's All Wool Worsted ? JTfc QR Suits . Men's $25.00 SuiU 9 11s5 $20 Over coats, shawl collar $22.50 and Mrvnn Overcoats 4 $095 9" 12,s 5 Man s p Mackinaw Ooats ...h $8.50 Men's Mackinaw Ooats $4.00 Boys' Suits 2 I 4ra $ 98 $4 Boys' ... $4 98 1 $6.00 Boys' Ohin. ohilla Overcoats with astrakhan chawl 1 lars 3 $6.60 Boys' Blue 6 fierce $ Suits .. All1 Pants OlIU LADIES' CLOAKS SUITS S,,ME GOo Bungalow UAM..C4..M.w- :M U..MM.. nUMAAA t eiAAL 1 Aprons, three miiiuiaiiiuiGis ill nurry w mzmzv m diron i quarters $4.10 Lairs' Irtss Skirts, 98c Thtrtftre Wt Can Sell Yin Ladies' Raaiy-tt-Wiir fiarments fer AiiHt 51c is thiBiIlir. 100 Ladles' Waists Slightly Soiled 29g sleeve 25c Bib Aprons at Ladle s' and Misses' 1 1 Ooats . Li, d i e s' and Misees1 $12.60 Ooats 3 a SC95 Ladies' $12.60 tailored Suits ... Ladies' an d 'Misses' tfl7R Ooata .... Ij L a d i o s ' Flush ! 22ft $1150 $22.60 .. II Ladies' and Miss- &g $995 Dresses L Ladies' and Misa. es' Wool and Silk CQR Dress. uw es ....... M ii Ladies' arid Miss- es $15 hno silk 1 and QOQhl Ladies' wool v DreSBC3 Ladies' fino $20 Pwty KflQR $10 and 95 0 Ladies Suits, O newest styles .... $22.60 Suits ' $10 695 Dress es Ladies' $45 fur Goats . $095 3 ...$29 Ohilds $5.03 Ooats Ohil. drcn's $ $7.50 Coats . Ladies $4.00 pretty Skirt3 Ladies 6.0C ! Slrirts $10,000 STOCK of SHOES MOST BE SOLD OUldrta'i y Kifht ft r at .....vr.v M Ohfl. dftK'f Ladies' &c. ytiitnrihleff teMtb, ia box, , fr .t Men's SLoes, in all 1 Leathers, worth to $6.00, at $2-48 Ladies' Shoes, in all Leathers, also Graven, ette Tops, at $2,08 and $2 Children's Shoes, in all sizes and Leathers, $1.70 and $! MEN'S FURNISHINGS AT SACRIFICE PRICES Ken's Union Suits, worth $1.25 $1.75 Men's Union Suits $2.60 Men's Union Suits .. 9c 89c Si!9 $1.50 Mon's Dress Shirts $2.00 Men's Sweaters at $2.00 Men's Eats at 69c 98c 98c FIRS AT IKE-HALF PRICE $22.60 Fur Sets, Red Fox, Black Lyni:, Jap Mink, Marabou, etc., at?'! . . . SI2b50 $9.50 French Go ney and Blue and dray Wolf. Fox Sets iM QO Sale of Ladies9 Hositry 25c 25c 16c 9c l.00Kevy. 9 A ilk Hose. aU shades. . $1.80 Silk Rose, blaek, taa, f(fc wd white, 78'silk"" A 43c 0hiI drea's Hose, I nf pair wv S9o Ladles' Hpse, silk, boot 3o Silk Lisle Xqse, pair ...... 96p Ladies' Hose at 16c Ladies' Bese, ribbed top, pair.... Men's, Women's w& w 11 nuu $2.98 s Bath $6.00 Mon's and Women's Bath Kobe (Kris' and Boys' Heavy Bath Sobes at 1.08 mi Ladies' Flannelette IfHI: Kimonos $6.00 Men Women's Bath Robes $2.60 Ladies' 1 1.19 Kimonos i sinn sub- Mull v monos, very special at ... . Robss n ' s and $3.98 Mull Kl- 9M 7S Hea's Silk Ties, 45c at. . . $25.00 Fur Sets, Red Fox, Jap Mink, Silver Tip- B?....SI5 $17.50 Fur Sots, Black Lynx, Gray .Fox, C:....S9.98 I Ladies' Fim Waists at 50o on the Dollar $12.50 Fox Sets, French Oonoy, K..SB.98 $32.50 Fur Sets of the highes ; grades and fines ; "...$19.50 $1.50 to $2.00 Fine Waists. 98c Silk Messaline Waists, also Lace Waists, worth to r'....SI,98 Overstocked sal on Silks and Velvets 75o Messaline in plain and A On stripes, yd. HUU 75o All SUk Fou lard, fine for waists and QQp dresses. ... Oub Yard wide Mes saline. black and colors, in 2 lots, yard, 08 OQp and....... Uuu 42 inch S2.00 grade Silk Ghar mouse Cloth, Kra:....$l.39 $2.60 Silk Bro cade, all shades, S..JI.48 Plain Silk and Broca.led, yard J98G Sale of v Dress Soods Wool ess 59c $1.00 All Wool 64-inch Dress Goods, yard . 76c "Fine Wool Drees Goods, yard, OQp at 03b 50o Dress Goods, big variety of shades and pat- tarns. yard . . . 60 deaea $1.00 HoUM , DreMN 39c THE NOVELTY CO. 214-216-218 IV. 16TH ST. , ONLX ONE.HALF BLOCK KORTH OF FOStOFFICE 6O0 Ladies' Outing -lan-nel Night Gown; 29c ' $198 I 39cOhildren'3 JA 1 Bungalow 1 II J gj 1 Aprons M 1 " y 1 at H vJg tm I 19c White ""' Q" wWU I mhhQVi all L pi j 1 colors, I sa $-198 rr - -g 115c wide am m Taffeta I P M Ribbon, I U yard 1 39o Fanoy A"' I All Silk L PI Ribbon, 1.1'"' I a yard I I 16c Scrim A I Curtain O 8b I Goods, j B Children's All Wool Swoater i& 9Pm Coats, 60c Jj Q w L a d i e s' All nn m Wool 51BStf R Sweater 8 V Messaline I mi Petticoats 1 H : Bed O rt f"-1 25c ir:,d: 00 U: $7.50 Fino Lace, Silk and Poplin .r..S4.95l $10 very swell Oharmeuso and Crcpo de Chine a?i8!s.S5.95 Silk Poplin, worth to anp 76c, yard., uuu GOc Black and White Checked D r e s o Goods, ZTd: 39c 20c Cotton Dress Goods, per QQp yard uuu Ladies' Hdks., 2c, 6c, 10c and Md'lSLMDJiPROYEMEHTS inhainna Sckuitker to lecommend Zxaeaditare it Large lai. 3tlTOD LIKX TO 0KI0AG0 llevctl. that thla work will be commenceJ and flnlihed next ioaon. Already the company has taken steps looking to tha Improvement of ftt rnotlv nowor. Fifty j)w locomotlvei, about ono Jialf of them frcUht and the balance paswngcr, have been orrtercd and will commence- to arrive early In the prlm,-. I- 2M44rM4aita Art that the Ho4 la to Kto .111 the Money that la Nrrdrd to Moke the In. proTemeota. r I Word reaches Omaha railroad circlet trjat after havlnc completed a tour of tle ayetom. Thoraaa Kchumakcr, chair wan of 'the executive committee, and Resident MudKe will recommend to the tooTd of directors of the Rock liland tlat the road be. Improved and put In ftrot claes condition. The 'nteetlnar of the board of director of, the Kock Jcland will be held In New V.ork durtnx the latter part of thla manth mmi at that time Mr. Scltumaker will Mtonlt hla plana for the future of the rood. While the detail of the plana haa 3:t been made public, It Is known that he will tiudit thai the line from Omaha W Chicago be practically rebuilt by the ktmlnatlon of grade and tbu cutting sUt of curves' and that after thla Is done, a double track, laid with heavy steel, will be ordered, , As to the money, with which ,tu carry sn the work, that Is not going tp worry the Kodc Island officials, as the Phelps Ztedge sydlcafe, 'so It ' Is said, .has put ftkt,ea,$9 Into ahe .company treasury. anJ, Stan ready to duplicate this amount If K lei needed. It la said that It Is proposed to. begin v toe work of rebuilding the Hock Island oorlt; jiext year and carry it on to, com. yMjen with' all poastble speed. Atfomgj the ether improvements con 4ilaUd, so says the report from New Ttn,'' wt th extensive terminals Jn Quito iul 'the' levovense freigM houfe f) tfsjrsKrty of the company west ttt JsUsteosta 4rt vUduct It la be- Cabaret Features for Banquet by the Retailers of Omaha One hundred and fifty, have already sent lnMhelr acceptance (of the'.lnvltatlon to attend the special cabaret banquet of the Associated Retailers of Omaha, which Is to be held at the Commercial club at o'clock this .evening. Invlta. Uonn .have been . sent to .3l Special cabaret features' aro to-be brought In from Chicago and l)es Moines, F. K. Ttiomas is to speak on "Credit Iluslneas' and J. A. C. Kennedy. legal counsel tor the Association. Is to speak on the "Ef fectiveness of Complete Co-operation." John II. Uussle Is to be toastmaster. HUNT FOR WIRELESS FAKER Sender of Bogus Message About Rescue to Be Prosecuted. STEAMER RIO GRANDE IS SAFE Coptolu Maya Report tt tVoa on Fire I'nlir Steaturr Unit Xo l'u ruiier Aboard and tVos Xot In Usuger. Harry Stone Papa of New York Boy Mrs. Marfe E. Woolley. K South Thirty-fifth street, haa received a telegram from lUrryA. Btone,. W CIuremont ave nue, New York City, informing her that she was ' grandmother " . . ' it Is a boy. Mr. and Irs H tone's flrst boVti. Mrs. Btone Is the "daughter of idrs. vjbolley. Khe and Mr. Stone formerly re. sided here, where" theyave ms.ny trlnds, prorto their residi)ce A$ Kew i York. sir. mone invented ar.a patentM a trjpie legged collspiible typewriter table, the manufacture and marketing of hlch took lilrn to Sew York, where, jt 'is under stood, large revenues arc coming in as the fruit of liTa genius. HHUN3W1CX, Oa., Dec. 10.-The Mal lor' ltno steamer nio Qrando arrived this morning from New York. The captain declared, theie was no trouble on the trip down, that tYicre was no fire, nor did those on the vessel know of any un usutl happening at sea. Suspicion, of Poke, WASHINGTON. Dec. W.SuspIclon that fake wireless messages may have been sent out by some amateur. . reporting a disaster on the steamer Itlo Clruude, has led the bureau of navigation of the De partment of Commerce to start an in vestigation. The penalty is fine or Im prisonment or both. The messages were received at New York and Norfolk Sun dsy night telling of a (Ire aboard the IUo Grande and saying M passengers luul been taken off the vessel and later re turned. Mnuy Head 3Icrp. The dispatches read by many wireless opsratora In the vicinity of the Virginia capes were transmitted to the revenue cutter service, which Immediately rushed two ships to sea and later turned .them back after communicating with the fto Qrande Itself and being assured It was (n no need of aid. , A confusion of ships name also served to perplex, thoke who were readv fbr-Ui work of rescue. The dispatches said the Itlo Orunde'a passengers were token off by the steamer Bwanmore, which was at that moment at Its wharf In Baltimore, while tha Rio Qrande was reported 200 miles north of tho Diamond shoals. Tha rescuers then raised the merchants and miners' liner, Suawanec. thinking It might be the rescuing ship, but Its captain knew nothing of the report. Finally came messages from the Mai lory lino officials saying the itlo Grand cnrtled no passengers. Revenue cutter officers and wireless officials then con cluded that th H- O. S. calls purporting to come from the Itlo tlrande were false and waited for the arrival of the ship at Ilrunswlck today to confirm their sus picions. Every available agency of th govern ment will be used to Investigate the af tnlr generally. PEACE PRIZEAWARDED ROOT Nobel Committee Confers Honor on New York Senator. GOOD WORK IN PHILIPPINES Report Tralsea Ills lllu Political and International Ideals and Ills Prominence ns a Statesman. Catholic Choir Will Practice Song Sunday There will be a general rehearsal Sun day afternoon at t o'clock in "the library of Crelghton college for all members of noman Catholic choirs In Omaha, Adeste Kldelea. the song which the choirs en semble will sing the evening before Christmas around the municipal Christ mas tree, la to be practiced. CHRISTIANA, Norway. Dec. i0.-ThH,CC0lJ6HS FATAL TO Pioneer of Bellevue Dies at Home of His Daughter at St. Paul Georgo Uurtch. an old Nebraska pioneer, died at the home of hla daugh ter, Mrs. G. C. Ernest at St. Paul, Minn., Tuesday at the age of 79 years. Mr. nurtch lived for sixty years In Nebraska and la well known among all the old pioneers. Mr. Burtch was born In Virginia, but came to Nebraska before he became of age. He made his home at Bellevue most of the time. He experienced marry hard ships during his t struggle for existence when Nebraska was as' wild , and wooly ns am part of the country and he en gaged In many fights with the Indians. Two years ago he sustained his first real serious Injury. While In South Omaha lie was, knocked down by a passerby at Twenty-fourth and JJ streets, which broke his hip. He never "fufty recovered frdm the Itilury. il, Burtch owned considerable prorert In." Bellevue. Ho was a trustee' In the' col lege and a firm btllever In" Its future prosperity The body will arrive In Omaha tomor ioW and will be buried Friday at. IJo" clock Ifroro the Bellevue Presbyterian church Nobel peace prtxe for 1512 was con ferred today on Ellhu Root of Nsw York, and that for 1913 on Benator Henri La fontalne of Brussels, Belgium, who was formerly president of tha Permanent In ternational Peace bureau of Berne, Switzerland. Aa no Nobel peace prize was awarded last year' there were two tor disposal this j ear. each of them worth StO.OOO. The report of the committee, which was read by the secretary today, refers to Senator Ellhu Roofs work In the pacification of tha Philippines and Cuba and In the handling of the American Japanese dispute. It p raises his high political and International ideals, his prominence aa a statesman and his con-1 stant efforts to promote tha Idea of In ternational peace. Selected na Arbitrator. THE HAGUE. Netherlands, Dec 10.- Senator Elbu Root was today selected as a member of the court of arbitration to which aro to be submitted the claims of British, French and Spanish subjects In regard to property seized by the Por- 1 tuguesO' government after the proclama tion, of a republic In that country. Ills assistants .will be . Jonkheer Alexander Frederlk De Sarornin Iohman, Dutch jninlater of , state, and Dr V tardy. Swiss minister to France. SOUTH DAKOTA FARMER ABERDEEN. S. D.. Dec. 10.-(8peclal.)-George Huber, a prominent farmer living near Rookham, died In an Aberdeen hos pital as a result of a protracted spell of hlccougthlng, which physicians could pot stop. Huber was taken to the hospital a few days ago for an operation, from which he was recovering nicely. About noon he started hiccoughing and despite eevrythlng the attending physicians could do, nothing could be done to stop the attack, and he died at 1:30 o clock the next afternoon of exhaustion. Huber was CO years of age. He left a wife and fam ily. . BULLOCK REPLACES REED ' AS REVENUE AGENT HERE Announcement o fthe resignation of J. F. Reed as internal revenue agent 'Ttre, haa been made. Ho will be succeeded by John D. Bullock of Jfferson.- Wis. ' Mr. Reed has been In the service for twenty years, having started- at Nevada;.' In, lie recently wau. reappointed as revenuo agent, but has decided to- give up ttin work, Mr. Reed will spend" the' winter in California. , J The 3Inn Who ryeRTppt fltmnelr When his condition points to kidney troubles takes an unwise risk. .Back, ache, .pain and soreness over the kidney, nervous or dizzy spells, poor sleep, aro aU symptoms that will dlsappearZ'.wlth the regular use of Foley Kidney Pillj. They put the kidneys and bladdery In u clean, strong and healthy condition, and rheumatic pains, stiff Joints, lumbago nd Irregular bladder action are all relieved promptly when Foley Kidney Pills" are taken. 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