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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 21, 1902)
TIIE OMAHA DAILY BEEt FRIDAY, FEBRUAItY 21, 100.
nanuses new bond scheme
Treamer it More Than Oonyinoed that
It is Feasible.
ITATfMENT SHOWING DELINQUENT TAXES
With Aathorltr from LeaJslatore
Bond, for oarer of a Mtllloo
Dollars Coald Be Issaed
l Early Heat Year.
City Treasurer Meanings plan to bonil
delinquent taxes In order to reduce the tax
levy from year to year bat aroused not a
little intereet among ,the larger property
owner of the city and many of these hare
expressed their approral of the scheme
Bines making his original announcement
through Ths Bee two weeks ago Treasurer
THennlnga has elaborated upon ths plan
somewhat. Hs baa looked up the delin
quent tax lists since 1860 and Is more than
ever convinced by what he finds thers that
the project Is feasible.
"There Is now outstanding approximately
$2,000,000 In delinquent taxes," said be,
"fully $800,000 of which can be collected.
If ws should bond this for $250,000 we could
Issue tsn-yesr bonds drawing 4 per cent
Interest, which would mean a reduction of
ths aext year's tsx levy by mills.
. Legislative Aetloa Heeded.
"All we need In order to accomplish this
la legislative permission, and I think that
could be obtained without great difficulty.
"I have no doubt that the $250,000 could
toe collected from delinquent taxes In six
years, but ten-year bonds sell better, so I
would be In favor of ten-year bonds. They
would draw 4 per cent interest, whereas
the delinquent taxes draw 12 per cent In
terest, "One great advantage of this plan Is that
It would place the money at our disposal
early la the year perhaps In February
when our city funds are always low, and
this would be to put us on a cash basis tor
the remainder of the year."
The following table ahows the delinquent
taxes on real estate, exclusive of Interest,
for each year alnce I860. The middle
column shows the delinquent taxes that
were collected In 1891, and the year for
which they were collected:
, Delinquent tlncol-
Taxes looted Tax
Tear. In 0L Jan. 1, l2.
160 $ 777.01
1XCT $ .74 2,2X4.26
1H68 . 1.90 2,633.30
lw 15.00 5,116.82
1h73.... ' 8.00 V. 4X2. 16
1K74 1.00 3,511.47
1X76 , 1.S.N2.13
1X78 J, 9t.0.43
1X79. ,. 8.67 3,3X4.10
lXXO 16.03 3,067.93
18X1...., 6.97 1.858.97
18X2.,.. .90 2.4X3.17
18X14 1.02 2,549.12
18X4 7.U 2.7X4.77
18X6 39.80 10,821.26
1XX7 65.40 9,306.65
18,88 170.36 23,870.31
18X9 ; 286.79 31,002.13
1H90 334.92 21,739.63
1X91. 450.70 20,567.63
1892 J.... 1.191.78 30.128.68
1X93 2.800.95 58.404.08
1804 6.049.30 73,394.85
1896 9.306.46 91,339.33
1896... 10,0X4.68 84,713.22
1897....; 16,587.76 111,489.22
1898 15.737.70 76,547.15
1899 28.3X1.97 ' 99.111.56
1900 70.6U0.82 131,589.03
Total 2160.9J0.7S $1,184,029.03
.' The foregoing totals are net, exclusive of
Interest. There Is now due In Interest on
the $1,184,029.02 about $900,000.
"My plan Is," resumed Treasurer Hen
sings, "to first bond all delinquent taxes
opto and Including 1900 for $250,000, and
thea, the next year, to bond the delinquent
taxes for 1901 and 1902 for $76,000, and to
keep It up at this rate, bonding each year
enough to reduce the levy at least 3 mills."
POLICE RELIEF ASSOCIATION
Directors Disease Sale of t'nclalmed
Property, Tbot Reach No
' The directora of the Omaha Metropolitan
Police Relief association held their regular
semi-monthly meeting at the city Jail
Thursday afternoon. Those present were:
President Welsenberg, Vice President
Hayes, Secretary Snoop, Sergeaat Dempsey,
Captain Iler and Officer McCarty. Officer
Wrsn was allowed six dsjrs' benefit for sick
ness. The reports read showed that In the
relief fund Is over $4,000 on deposit and In
vested. Less sick benefits have been paid
during the present year than any year In
the history of the organisation. Some time
waa devoted to discussing the question as
to whether a sale should be ordered of un
claimed property. These salea have been
conducted heretofore once In every one or
two years, or when the fund needed replen
lshlng. At present the fund Is self-sus-tslnlng.
Money for the preservation of the
relief fund Is secured by selling uactalmed
property and by having picnlca or enter
tainments. Should ths revenue from these
be too small each officer la assessed 1 per
cent of his salary. The question of holding
a picnic this year will be decided at a later
Shampooing and hair dressing, 25c, at The
Batbery, 216-220 Bee Building. Tel. 1718.
Anaoancements of the Theaters.
The novelty and excellence In the bill at
the Orpheum this week bas proven magnetic
enough to draw a aeries of big bouses. The
women and children who attend the tnatlnes
tomorrow will fliid it well calculated for
With the matinee and night performance
Saturday "The Heart of Maryland" closes
Its engagement at Boyd's theater. Sunday
afternoon S. Miller Kent opens an engage
ment that lasts until Monday night in
Clyde Fitch's "The Cowboy and the Lady."
Kubellk, the wizard, wove a spell over
Chicago when he thrummed bis violin at the
Auditorium. Reports from that city said
that never has so wonderful a technique
been beard there.
And yet this slender, sloping-shouldered
stripling Is only 21 years old, and this is bis
first visit to America. He la the son of a
Bohemian vegetable grower, and he loves,
better than anything else except his music,
the great public.
"Everyone," he says, "bas feelings.
hopes, fancies that he cannot express.
But I, on my violin, can tell them what
these hopes are. I express them. That is
why I love my public and why they love
me. I do not think of the money. It is
not that. But I am happy that I can tell
with my violin bow what all the world Is
longing to hear."
Kubellk looks upon bis talent reveren
tially. "If one haa a gift of music," he
says, "It is his duty, aa well as his pleas
ure, to give happiness to others by means
From the tender age of 5 years this
magician of the bow has been absorbed In
his music. His father was a natural mu
sician, having taught himself to play on all
sorts of stringed Instruments. As the boy
grew older all the wish of the father cen
tered In him, and his tiny fingers were
taught all that the older man knew. About
eight years ago he went to Prague. He
studied the violin with Ondrlcek, now of
the Knelsel quartet, and soon learned all
that the master could teach him. Then he
studied with Sevclk. When he made bis
first public appearance In the Prague Grand
opera house the city went wild over bis
Interpretation of Paganinl's Concerto.
That was the beginning. Not long after
he went to Italy, where the pope sent for
him and made him a knight of the Order of
St. Gregory. That was a great honor. He
has played for King Kdward and the em
peror. He haa played for princes and dukes
and duchesses, but he Is still simple-hearted
and shy, almost youthfully self-conscious
when not fondling his beloved violin, and
always be loves best, not princes snd dukes
nd royalties, but the common people, of
bom be counts himself one, notwithstand
ing that the world coanta him a master
Kubellk is under contract with bis man
agers for $100,000 for this his first season
In America. Aa the season is to consist of
ixty evenings this means that he gets
over $1,600 for every concert In which be
appears. "Why I succeeded in my art," he
says, "Is because I love It so well and be
cause I have worked so hard."
The young Bohemian will appear at Boyd's
Saturday evening, March 8, and will be
beard at his beet. Hs will play here the
famous D major Concerto by Paganlnl, bis
favorite selection and the one with which
he haa achieved his greatest triumph, also
numbers by Beethoven, Dvorak, Schumann
and Bazlnl. He will be assisted by Miss
Jessie Shay, solo pianist, and Mr. Rudolph
Friml, also an accomplished pianist, who,
It Is said, bas under consideration a propo
sition to accept a professorship at the Na
tional Conservatory of Music In New York.
Seats for Kubellk's concert will go on
sale next Monday morning at $ o'clock at
0.00 for a Halt a Dsr Wrk.
If you live In the country or In a small
town and have a good acquaintance among
the farmers and atockralaers In the neigh
borhood, you can make $5 easily by four
or five hours' work. Writs us and we will
send yon our proposition. Ths Bee Publish
ing company, Solicitors' Dept. Omaha. Neb.
ABOUT THOSE 98c PANTS
Certain stores f advertising $5.00 pants
for 98c. If you are looking for snaps like
that It s no use to come to the Guarantee's
selling-out sale, 1516-18 Capitol avenue, for
we hve not got them. But we sell you a
much better pants for 98o than you can get
in the city of Omaha for 98c at present
We expect to prove It to you easy enough,
Look at all the 98o pants In town, but be
fore you buy see ours. . Good auita of men's
clothes, $3.98 and $6.00. Rattling good
overcoata, $2.98 and $3.75. Galloway fur
coats, $8.90. Rubber boots for men, $1.60.
Cotton flannel gloves, 6o a pair. Men's
and boys' winter caps, 15o. Boys' suits of
union underwear, 25c a suit Felt boots.
25c. Leather gloves, 15c. Everything else
in proportion. It isn't long until March
31st (that'a the time we are compelled to
vacate). Take advantage .while it lasts
Look for the signs: , "The Guarantee Sell
ing Out," 1516-18 Capitol avenue, near Ben
IT'S HOT OUR FAULT
if you don't keep your teeth clean, as we
are going to sell tooth brushes next Satur
day (our useful article special dav for
40 per cent less than the usual urlce. Think
oi ii a juo Drusn ior oc-iac Drusn ror 9c
20c brush for 12c 25c brush for 15c 35c
brush for 2lc 60c brush for 30c can't steal
tnem tor tnau Bee mem Saturday, Feb.
22d Washington's birthday.
25o Mistletoe Cream 13c
25a Laxative Brorao Quinine 12c
25c Carter's Little Liver Pills 12c
50o Syrup of Figs (California) ,. 300
BOo Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin 30a
6O0 Gem Catarrh Powder 30o
5(o Malted Milk S4o
60c Kid-ne-oids 40c
76o Hall's Catarrh Cure 60a
6o Cramer's Kidney Cure (genuine) .. 40c
21.00 Peruna : 57c
$1.00 Parisian Hair Tonlo (guaranteed) 75c
fl.00 Wine of Cardul 490
$1.00 BUTLER'S FEMALE TONIC
$1.00 Pierce's Remedies 67c
$1.(10 8. 8. 8... , 67o
KUDDer goods, su ainflu, at cut prices.
STORE OPEN ALL NIGHT.
cmiMCCcnic cut price
OUIlHt.ri.lt J DRUG STOKE
Tel. T47. S. W. Cor. 16th aad Chicago
Goods delivered FREE to any part of city,
Saturday Is just like any other day at our store only
A LITTLE HO RE SO
Our customers have long alnce found the exclusive features of our store,
which are. FIRST The assurance of ALWAYS FINDING what they wish
In the drug line. SECOND GETTING IT PROMPTLY, whether the order la
given in person or by 'phone. THIRD THE PRICE ours alwaya being ths
lowest where the article Is of unquestioned IdenUty. FOURTH Genuineness
and freshness we are always In position to guarantee thla, as we deal di
rectly with manufacturers, factories and Importers. The PRICES GIVEN
BELOW TELL THE REST.
wa have engaged more clerks and are able to care for all promptly.
1u" Ti?f . ' 4 l"l I'P" t me n t la in the basement and prescription clerks
are NEVtR INTERRUPTED In their work or otherwise annoyed by
the rush of trade In our sales department
25a laxative Bromo Quinine 12c
26o lull's Caacara Quinine 170
25o Llsterlne (I,an)bert's Sue
to Caldwell's Byrup Pepsin ina
2lo Allcork Porous Plasters for Uo
1.00 Burnham's Beef, Iron and Wine., too
lilttar Water, Hunyadl Lelos, for 15c
loo Bromo Baltser , 40
$1.00 Bromo He I tier R0
Bo Chamberlain's Cough Byrup for 17c
(1.00 Duffy's Malt Whiskey for 74c
mi Danderlne for t"c
xs Danderlne for Kmc
00 Danderlne for 6mi
1 60 Fellow's BvruD for Bti
25a Frostllla for lo
26o Garfield Te for SOe
too Hind's Honey and Almond Cream. &o
$1.00 Hood's Bartanartlls fc-c
Ko Howell's Aiiti-Kawf 17o
tl.OO Kilmer's bwaino Root Kla
60 Bosodont 2ny
tl.OO Malted Milk for 67o
175 Malted Milk for $2.6
boo Marshall's (called by some "Lie
bias") Extract Beef for Ho
2So Mistletoe Cream for to
tl.OO Newbro's Herpicldo for &c
too Omesa Oil for gc
too Parker's Hair Balaam for 4"o
too Plnaud's tau de Quinine for 8H0
25o Plso Consumption Cure for no
60c Pond's Extract for 8c
ioo Port Wine for , S60
5oc Pyramid Pile Cure for 4oo
26c Kiibtfoara for..' 2-kj
11.00 Qlycothymollne 8fc
bo faateunna Tooth Paste 2"c
2Sc Bunital Tooth Paste c
tuc banital Tooth Wash 4oc
Boda Mint Tablets luc
Hlg Rut tie Household Ammonia 60
r.ngittin rrooess Hath Boap so case, too dos
cnuon s 1 onsumpuon ionic 1
Il.uu Temptation Tonic 2c
II ou Wine Cardul 6O0
$1.00 Coke's Dandruff Cure 76c
Dr. west mans coldolds (one-day cold
cure) 25 tablets 26c
toe Kodol Pvsuenala Cure 4oo
tl.OO West's Nerve and Brain Treatment 16c
boc uoan s Kidney "iiis 411a
600 Agnew's Catarrh Remedy '0
6oc Bt. Jacob's Oil 400
11.00 Hosteller's Bitters 76q
ce eioan a uniment , sue
$1 00 rive Drops Kc
11.60 Vin MarUnl 9c
60o Caacarels 4ic
11 .00 Austin's Dandruff Cure 76o
tl.OO 1'lnkliam s Compound 9c
too Woodbury's Facial Boap... 14c
THESE PRICES FOR CASH ONLY.
Sherman McGonnoll Drug Go.
Corner ISIh end Dodge, Onahi, Neb.
Publish your legal notices In The Weekly
Bee. Telephone 238.
Shampooing and hair dressing, t5c, at Ths
Bathery, 216-220 Bee Building. Tel. 171.
' urn mm ifm inr 11 11 111 naiiiiiam.au -
Schmollcr & Mueller
Buy the Entire Stock
of Jas. T.Recrdon
of New York at their own price for
spot cash. Thla stock constats of
many of the old standard makes.
These are not old used Instruments,
but brand new and up-to-date styles
In all the fancy and natural wood
veneers, mahogany, burl and French
walnut, quartered and circular sawed
oak, rosewood and ebony.
These pianos would have been good
retail values at Reerdon's prices, vlr:
$300, $360, $400, $450 up to $500, but
when you can get them at such ridic
ulously low prices as they are being
sold at. this clearing out sale and then
on easy terms, what good reason have
you for not buying a piano? Think of
getting one of these high grade in
$1(8, $137, $148, $156
and up, on terms of $10 cash and $5
Why procrastinate T Act quick and
get choice of aelection. Elegant atool
and scarf free with each piano.
Largest Piano Dealers In the West.
1313 Farnam St., Omaha
502 Broadway, Council Bluffs.
Lump and Egg, 55-75 Per Ton
Nut, $5.50 Per Ton
A PERFECT DOMESTIC COAL.
G. B. HAVENS & CO,
IS22 Farnam St.
Telephones 301, 317 and 825
tastes good, Is good, for It cures all Ills
caused by constipation. Impure blood, liver
and kidney clomplalnts, prevents appen
dicitis try a lOo trial boa sold by all
Richardson Drug Co., Omaha, distributors.
W. J. Shradar Metficina (hi.,
New York nnd Omaha.
Today we will place on sale
several late shipments of
' Comprising all tbe newest and most desirable fabrics. Including band
some novelty wash fabrics, moussellne de sole, etc. Tbe earing on every
Item is very substantial and warrants the attendance of every woman.
Note the values
ft PASTS GOODS, 2!to YARD.
An Immense lot of medium weight
casslmeres, cheviots and worsteds,
suitable for boys' knee pants,
skirts, etc., go at, yard
BOo CASSIMERES, l(le YARD.
Long lengtha In cheviots, cassl-
meres and tweeds, suitable for golf
skirts, capea and boys' knee
pants, go at, yard
91 DRESS GOODS AT 30c YARD.
Tomorrow we give you choice of any
remnant, short length, dress length
or wslst length of dress goods that
have accumulated from our great
salea In the past three weeks. This
includes everything under 7 o v
yards, your choice, yard.... OyC
2 Bo DRESS GOODS REMXAXTS, 10c
An Immense lot of mill remnanta
of all kMnds of benrlettas, cashmeres
BOo DRESS GOODS RKMXAXTS
AT 15e YARD. ,
Tomorrow we will close out our en
tire accumulation of all kinds of dress
goods, short lengths, dress and skirt
lengths. All wool dress goods that
aold up to 60c, go at lOo yard. In tbla
lot we will also Include dress goods
sample ends that match, , Tr-i
4 and 5 of a kind, at 1 OC
SILK REMNANTS, Se, Bo AND lOo
An Immense lot of Imported samples
of btgh grade silks, will be closed out
tomorrow according to length
at, each, Sc, 6c and
One Immense lot of drummers' sam
ples of all kinds of em
broidery, at, each
One big lot of aample pieces of sll
kinds of embroidery yoklngs, Bounc
ings, etc., suitable for ties, apron
strings and hundreds of ' I
other purposes, at, yard
cheviots and serges la lengths from
I to 7 yards, regular
25o goods, at
NEW MOISSELINE DE SOIE 2e YARD,
The grandest lot of dotted and fancy allk moussellne de sole, they come In
-lengths from 8 to 5 yards, and a great many plecea match, none
worth less than 60c yard, your choice tomorrow, yard
Remnants in the Basement
One big counter of remnants of
lawns and organdies, plain and fig
ured, worth up to 25c, go In
short remnants, at, yard .....C
One big table of all klnda of short
remnants of dotted drapery and
dress swks, worth up to
60c, go at, yard feC
One big table of miscellaneous rem
nants of all kinds of wash goods, per
cales, ginghams, muslins, outing
flannel, etc., go In one lot,
One big; lot of all kinds of the beet
standard prlnta, worth 7V4e, A
go at, yard 4C
S6-lnch wide light and dark pj
percales, yard jg jC
One big table best grade mercerized
ssteea, worth 40 cents,
One big table of 15c cord
ed ginghams, at, yard ....
One bargain square of the finest
mercerized gtngbsm, worth 1
40c, at, yard liS2V
One big counter ot all kinds of
dotted swlss, and 40-Inch 1
lawn, at, yard 4t
One big table of Scotch
gingham, at, yard
One big table of fine white goods. In
cords, stripes and plain,
worth 25c, go at, yard ...
Finest grade of white swlss, herring
bone lawns, and lace lawns, -4 1
worth 60c, at, yard X 5jC
Special bargains In remnanta of all
kinds of table damask from 14 yards
to 5 yarda long, bleached, unbleached
and turkey red, go at about one
fourth their regular price.
2,500 pair of lace curtains
will be placed on sale Monday, Feb. 24, at
about one-half and one-third their value.
These curtains were In a railroad wreck, the consignee refused them
and we bought them from the railroad claim agent at a price that enablea
ns to after you valuea without a parallel. . Full particulars later.
N. B. They are all high grade curtains. See them In window.
Sensational shoe selling. Stu
pendous shoe bargains. Creditors
forcing the sale. Determined to
realize cash out of stock.
Values never offered before. Gome
Friday and Saturday.
Rochester Shoe Co. Estate,
1515-Doughs St. 1515
Tips on Coal
For the furnace use our BPADRA SEMI
ANTHRACITE $8.00 a Ton.
Fully equal to bard coal.
For the aoft coal heater, our JUPITER
$5.75 a Ton.
Clean and laatlng.
For the range, our JUPITER NUT
$5.50 a Ton.
Quick to kindle, hot and clean.
If yon want a range coal for less money,
ws have an exceptionally good nut for
$4.00 a Ton.
Hald 6t Rice
506 So. 16th
And only Magaslne Camera In
the market. Holds twelve plates.
Ho simple that a child can ope
rate It. See the new prices.
Developing and Printing.
The Robt. Dempster Go
1215 Farnam Sliest,
Ml' MEYER, LEVIN'S
The astounding news came like a thunder bolt to the manufacturers and large
buyers when Meyer, Levin Co. closed their doors. They were known to tbe buyers
from New Tork to San Francisco as the fairest, equarest and best manufacturers in
the line. Our Mr. Murray bought the entire stork of skirts and t.y are now o sale
In our enlarged, remodelled and active cloak department at priose jMi then tn
cost of the materials. There are thousands of thea. In order to glv yon an Idea of
the style, quality and prices we must commence with the cheapeat which la ft small
LOT 1 Of about 200 well made skirts percallne lined and velvet bound, at, only
LOT I Rainy-day skirts made up tn the very neweet styles, nicely trimmed
with satin bands, worth about $3.75. for only $1.60.
LOT 8 Women's all wool rainy-day eklrta and dresa skirts tn blacks, gray, o
forda and tans; they, are trimmed with 16 rows to 20 rows ot stitching, trimmed with
sstln bands and tbe dress skirts are lined with perclatne and velvet bound; they
are worth $6.00, for only $2.60.
LOT 4 Women's dress skirts and rainy-day skirts; excellent styles and materials
of all wool; well worth $7.00, for only $3.98. - '
LOT 6 Is an all wool dress skirt made of lamb's wool Cheviot, fine broadcloth,
clcellan cloth and Venetians; trimmed with tucks and taffeta bands; also rainy-day
skirts with deep graduated flounce and other atyles; garmenta worth up to $9.00. on
aalo at $5.00.
LOT 6 Silk dresa aklrts, only, at $3.90.
LOT 7 The cream ot all. Thla Is a lot of 250 dress skirts better than the ones
we had last week; worth up to $25; your choice tor only $9.98.
All alterations made free oC charge. .Money refunded If not satisfactory after
a week. -
Friday is Remnant Day ,R,o,o,!;.!!?.r5a,!,
A Wltle Carleav4 or Rteauti ( Prints, Dlnaltirs, Sateens. Dreea Os.fa,
Bilks, OwtlataT Flatmaels, Percejes mnt thow.se.a4s ef dlsTrrewt Iliads ( ceeds
the whole will be placed oa Barsals lsares-at a trifle of their valae.
Besides Rrasasti we will have Special Bales oa all other sToedo ot the
holt. Do oat anlss these sales. Yea will ho sorry If yea do aot ooaio
early aad eiaalse these srooda.
No Peddlers, Dealers or Maaafaot srers Sold la This Rooms.
REMNAJTTS OF PRINTS X 1-So YD.
Remnants of full standard prlnta. In nice
long lengths, worth 6c, to and 7c yard, dark
and light colors. 2 He'
Simpson's Black and White and Sliver
Oray, the finest goods made, will go at lc
PERCALES Bo YARD.'
(-In. fine Imported Percales tn remnants
of dark aad light colors, from I to 10 yards,
several plecea to match, no limit, all go at
Percales In bolt of the yard. In Windsor,
Arnold, Oarner, first quality roods, worth
16c, 19o aad 16c yard, all you want at Tfcc
SIMPSON'S FANCY 8ATEEKI 6 LSe YD.
Simpson's Fancy Sateens, as fine aa silk,
in all the new spring shadoa, from 6 to 16
yarda In piece, and are aold regularly at
12o and 15o, (Vic.
Black sateen, by the yard, fin quality.
32-ln. wide, regular 16c quality, on sals at
I Ho yard.
Skirting Sateen, nice, fancy stripes, worth
lc yard, will go at 7ic
SCOTCH fMNGHAMS O l-2e YARD.
Nice new remnanta of 8cotch Olngnama
In stripes, checks, etc, worth 12Vso yard,
all you want of them at V4o yard.
2.000 yards of remnants of apron checks,
all colors, worth 6c yard, will bo on sals aa
long as they last, for Friday only, at XVso
Remnants of Silks at So, 8c, 6c. Tc, 10c,
16c and 260, from goods worth up to 69o yd.
MTSLINB AND BHKBTTNOS.
Extra heavy LI. Muslin, ynrd wide, worts
Fine, ysrd wide, Bleached Muslin, 4a.
. lOo Towels, 6o.
(c Cotton Diaper Toweling, to,
16o SUkollne Drapsry. 7VkO.
19o Art Denim, 10c.
Remnants of 26c. 60c and 76a dresa goods,
all mixed up on ons large square, several
pieces to match, at a yard, for Friday only,
$10.00 Drass Fatterns, for entire pattsra,
$7.60 Dress Patterns for $8.M.
$5.00 Dress snd Skirt Patterns examlns
these, they sre genuine bargains $1.91.
Apron checks, blue only, lc
64-ln. Broadcloth, worth $1.00 yard, 41.
68-ln. Suitings, worth $1.60. 4o.
42-ln. French Serge, all colore, 26a. , . ;
28-ln. Henriettas, all colore, 260, j
8-ln. Lining Silk, worth 60c, Mo.
22-ln, all wool Tricot drass goods, Me.
S2-ln. Plaids, worth 12Vso, 6c
Remnanta of 5o linings, So.
Remnants of 16c and 19o Dimities, lOo,
Remnanta of 18o Linings, tc
We have also specials on ladles' Fasci
nators, stc, worth up to 76c, 16c
Underwear, worth 60c, 36a.
Neckwear, worth 26c, 10c
And thousands of other bargains too
numerous to mention. Coma early, ag the
crowds sre large and best goods picked out.
oftft' Great Muslin Underwear Sale
THE GREATEST VALUES EVER OFFERED
This signature Is oa every boa of the geaaiae
ths rcaiedy that earea cold ta one slay.
Several big purchases direct from ths
best known manufacturers of muslin under
wear in America, will be put on sale at the
lowest prices ever made In Omaha.
The garmenta are all exquisitely made up
in tbe neweat and handsomest designs snd
this grand showing ot dainty and most
attractive garments In the best cambrics,
llnena, lawns, silks, etc., bas never been
equalled. It will be an Interesting and
profitable event to every lady In Omaha and
Children's muslin night gowns. In all
sizes, worth 60c, at 25c.
Children's muslin drawers. In plain and
hemstitched, all sizes, worth 25c, st 12Hc.
Ladles' umbrella drawers. In tucked and
hemstitched ruffle, at 25c.
Ladles' embroidered and lace trimmed
corset covers, at 25c'
Ladles' fancy trimmed corset covers, 89c.
Ladies' lace trimmed umbrella drawers,
Ladles' fancy gowna, worth 75c, at 49c.
Ladles' fancy trimmed corset covers,
worth 75c, at 49c.
Ladles' fancy trimmed aklrt chemise,
worth 75c, at 49c
Ladles' fine cambrlo gowna, trimmed with
embroidery, lace and. hemstitched effects,
worth $1.00, at 75c.
Ladles' fins umbrella drawers, trimmed
with lace edge and insertions, worth $1.00
and $1.25, at 75c.
Ladles' fine fancy trimmed corset covers
and skirt chemise, worth $1.00 and up, at
A line of ladles' fine fancy trimmed
gowna, corset covers, chemise, skirts snd
drawers, worth $1.60 and $2.00, at 98c
AH our ladles' - outing flannel gowns,
worth $2.00 and $2.60, closing out at 18c.
All our children's outing flannel gowna,
worth 60o and 75o, closing out at 25c.
Ladles' complete aults, ' consisting ot
gowns, skirts, corset covers, chemise and
drawers. In line cambric, elaborately trim
med with fine lawn ruffles and duchease
Valenciennes lace, complete for $7.98, worth
Ladles' straight front corsets. In all altea
and all colors,, worth 75c, at 49c.
All the new up-to-date ' atyles In ba
tiste corsets for spring. In W. B., Ksbo)
R. O., Warner and Royal Worcestsr corsets, '
at $1.00 and up. The Nemo self reducing
corset for stout figures, st $2.50. "
II. W. Top Girdles, in all colore at $L0.
HAYDEN'S CUT GROCERY PRICES
Large sacks pure buckwheat flour for 35c.
8Vk Iba. breakfast rolled oats for 25c.
Large sacks granulated cornmeal for 15c.
Fancy pearl tapioca, per lb., 6c.
Fancy German sago, lb., 6c.
Fancy Akron Farlno, lb., 5c.
Fancy pearl bominy, lb.. Sc.
Fancy Imported lentils, lb 7c
Fancy pearl barley, lb., 4c
Fancy Scotch green peas, lb., 8ViC
Fancy Scotch spilt psas . lb., 4Vic
4-lbs. fancy Japan bead rice, 25c
Fancy California prunea, lb., 4Vi.
Large Italian prunes, lb., 8Hc
Choice Virginia raspbsrrlss. lb., 25c
Cholcs Rio coffee, lb., I2e. ,-,
Fancy Golden Santos, lb., 16c
Choice tea sittings, lb., 20c
Fancy navel orangea, dos., 11c
SCOTTISH RITE EMBLEMS
We have the largest selection of fine 14k hand-made Maaonlo emblems, thirty
second degree rings, charms and pins in Omaha, We make any combination of em
blems to order. Examine our goods.
Mowhinnoy & Ryan Co.,
Jtwtlers and Art th and docolas st.
Kali aeari Mafi orders grvaa careful attention. Balao
Ueo paokagea sent to responsible partus.
At The Bee Office
Price 10 cents By mail 15 cents
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