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TUB OMAHA DAILY HEEi SUNDAY, FEUTIUARY 23, 1002.
KIPLING VERSES IN BASKET CHILD SAVING INSTITUTE
1r Barae-Joae Fishes Them Oat
mm Iiai-lle "B, Baa
and Haak at Hair.
(Copyright, 190S, by Press Publishing Co.)
LONDON, Feb. 12. New Tork World
Cablegram Special Telegram.) It u
Lady Burne-Jones, the mother of Sir
Philip Burne-Jones, the artist, who will
Boon arrive In New Tork, who rescued
Kipling's poem "Recessions!" from oblivion.
Kipling la her nephew. He had thrown
the veraea Into a waatebasket, whence (he
fished them out, and ahe Anally, though not
without much difficulty, persuaded him to
end them to the Times for publication.
Blr Philip Burne-Jones lives at Rot ting-
dean with his mother, close to the KIpllsgs,
nd the family la a alDgularly united one,
TwcatyTw Children Await Ad1toa
This nana for Ik
During the last week the Child Saving In
stitute received twelve children for adop
tion and two for temporary care and two
were placed In homes. Among thosa re
ceived waa one little boy T years of age.
who had not been at school during the win
ter, whose mother is dead aad who had
been deserted by his father and left In the
greatest deatitutlon with an older brother
who works nights and sleeps daya. He la
now In the Institute, properly clothed and
cared for. An entire family of seven chil
dren. In great destitution, whose mother re
cently died and whose father waa unable to
care for them, waa alao asslgaed to the In
despite the fact that Sir Philip does not I stltute and will be given out for adoption.
ee eye-to-eye politically with his ultra-
Kipling's verses, written for 81r Philip's
Striking picture, "The Vampire," Sir
Philip Informed your correspondent, were
the result of much labor and persistent
pursuit of an Idea that had long proved
quite elusive. Writing to him during that
time, Kipling says in a letter, now for
the first time published:
"I've been sitting up with my disorderly
tnuse o'nlghts trying to get the four lines
which should go with the picture. I could
do It In fifty, or, better still, In a hundred
lines, but this is not what we want. But
I don't despair, and anyhow, I'll do my
beet to aend you a few assorted samples
before hanging time, that you may see
bow bad ther are."
When It waa finished and Sir, or, as he
was then, Mr. Philip Burne-Jones, ex
pressed his obligations for It, Kipling wrote
delightful letter, presenting him with the
. "The. verses for 'The Vampire,' " he
wrote, "which we will call the vampoetry,
are your property; thy are yours from
now on, henceforward and hereafter. They
won't be handled In any way, directly or
Indirectly, by me, so if anyone wants to
dramatize them, etc., let them set tbem to
music, paint them sky-blue, translate tbem
Into Erse, Celtic or HlttlU. use them for
av hair-dye advertisement or a Church of
England hymn, you muat deal with that
Homes are wanted for the following; Three
girl babes, 1, J and 4 months old; four boy
babes, 1, L t and 4 months old; seven
girls, l. I, 5, i, 10, 12 and 15 years; eleven
boys. 1. 2, I. 4, 4, 6. . 7. . 11 and IS years.
Card of Thaaka.
We wish to extend thanks to our manr
friends, relatives and neighbors for sym
pathy and kindness bestowed upon us dur
ing our late bereavement In the ao sudden
loss of our doar and beloved mother.
God's way it was; His will be done.
Ticket to nearly all points In the United
States on sale at all ticket offices of the
Chicago Great Weatern railway on the first
.and third Tneadays of January and Febru
ary at the low rata of one fare plua $2.00
for the round trip. Oood to return In 21
days from date of aale. For detailed In
formation addresa any Chicago Oreat Weat
ern agent, or J. P. Elmer, O. P. A Chi
cago, III. t
In concluding his cousinly note, the poet
throws out an idea for the artist In tho
the woman's view of the glided bully, who
has played the devil with her? Might
make a companion plccy." Unfortunately,
that "oompanfon plccy" has remained un
palnted so far.
fS.OO for a Hail I av Days Work,
If you live In th country or In a small
town and have a good acquaintance among
the farmers and stockralsers in the neigh
borhood, you can make $5 easily by tour
or five hours' work. Write m and we will
send you our proposition. The Bes Publish
ing company, Solicitors' Dept.- Omaha. Neb.
Watch work by skilled workmen at Hu-
"But have you ever thought of I nermann's, 18th Douglas. No coma back.
Try the Chicago laundry. 'Phono MS.
Indicted for Swindling-.
SAN FRANCISCO. Feb. 22. -Churl. T
Main haii been indicted by the federal
grand jury here for uelng the malls In a
scheme to defraud Dr. Charles R. Bennett
of WaUHeon. O. Main reoorta himself na
the attorney of syndicates with $l,0uo,000,000
-pntiiiiiun ana naa carried on an ex
Very Law Rates.
Every day during the month of March I
and April, 1902. the UNION PACIFIC will
ell Colonist Excursion tickets at ths fol
lowing one-way rates:
From Missouri river
, 120.00 to Butte, Anaconda and Helena,
' $22.60 to 8pokane. . .
$22.60 to points on ths Oreat Northern
Ry., Spokane to Wenatches ino., via Hunt
ington and Bpokana.
$25.00 to points on Oreat Northern Ry.,
west of Wenatches, via Huntington and
Spokane local over Wenatches not to ex
$25.00 to Portland, Tacoma and Seattle.
$26.00 to Ashland, Oregon and Interme
diate points, Including Branch Lines on
B. P. Co. south of Portland, via Portland.
$26.00 to San Francisco, Los Angeles and
other California points.
City ticket office, 1324 Farnam St 'Phone
union station, 10th and Marcr. 'Phone 629.
Raw Merchant Tailoring Firm.
For twelve long years Theodore Orad-
aoann has been connected with the firm of
Browning. King ft Co. until a few months
ago, .when he severed his connection with
that firm for tho purpose of engaging In
Business ror himself. He recently pur
chased an Interest In the merchant tailor
ing business with Mr. A. Helgren at SOS
uoutn ln street, where he will be
pleased to meet his many friends who are
desirous of good tailor-made clothes at
nominal price. Mr. Helgren. his partner.
has been. Id the business In Omaha for the
past six years and has built up a magnifi
cent trade among ths good dressers In
hla city. The new firm name will now be
Helgren ft Gradmann, and these gentle
men have now on display their new spring
tock of suitings, which they will be
pleased to ahow thosa who desire good
ciowes at reasonable prices.
Tips on Coal
For the furnace ass our SPADRA SEMI-
$8.00 a Ton.
Fully equal to hard coal.
For ths soft coal heater, our JUPITER
$5.75 a Ton
Clean and lasting.
For ths rsxge, our JUPITER NUT
$5.50 a Ton.
Quick to kindle, hot and clean.
If you want a range coal for less money,
ws have aa exceptionally good nut for
$4.00 a Ton.
ELKS AT SALT LAKE CITY
Arrama-eaaeaita Made ( On Hulitl
Omaha Visitors at Kaats
L. W. Raber and Goodley Brucker re
turned yesterday from Salt Lake City, where
they completed arrangements for quarters
for the Omaha delegation at the Elks' con
vention in August. They secured accommo
dations for 100. In the Kautaford hotel and
first choice of the rooms was givsn them.
Mr. Raber says that the advent of the
Omaha crowd ts ths matter of chief Interest
at Salt Lake City, aa news of how ths Elks
here do things has reached there. Omaha
will be the principal attraction and will get
everything of the best.
Via nk Island stoat.
Every day during March and April.
One-way tickets from Council Bluffs aad
Omaha to '
Bait Lake aad Ogden.. $20.00
Ban Francisco 35.00
Los Angeles 16.00
San Diego S5.00
Helena and Butte 10.00
Portland and Ashland 25.00
Tacoma and Seattle 25.00
City ticket office 1323 Farnam street.
I hereby wish to thank my friends and
the public generally for favors bestowed
upon me and hereby give notice that I
have severed my connection with the
Rochester Shoe company. Respectfully,
I. L. MOSSLEK.
FRY SHOE CO.
Hald & Rice
806 So. 16tb
Laramie, Hahn's Peak
6 Pacific Ry.
Capital stock will be advanced to $2.00 a
shara aa soon as track laying commences.
Ties now being distributed along grade.
Par value of stock, $10.00 share. Now
SELLING! AT a.OO share for short time,
DON'T CLOSE TOUR ' BUSINESS plans
Career and Character of Akrabaaa
Aa address by Joseph Choate, ambassa- for 1902 without getUng a block of this
fk.J?r!!t fv" K1"1' Cafe'r d tock ONLY $2.00 a share. Sold In lota
character of Abraham Lincoln pis early
life his sarly struggles with tha world of ten ,hxg and upwards. Remember,
nis character as developed In tho later $2.00 now and $3.00 soma time In March or
years of hi life and his administration.
which plaoed his name so high on the
world's roll of honor and fame, has bsen
published -by the Chicago, Milwaukee A
BU Paul railway and may be had by send
ing six (6) cents In postage to F. A. Miller,
general passenger agent. Chicago. 111.
Send artlcios or Incorporation, notices of
stock homers' meetings, ete to The Bee.
We wUl give them proper legal Insertion.
B telephone, 23S.
Shampooing and hair dressing, t6e, at The
Batnery. 3H-220 Bee Building. TeU 1711
Famous hot roast sandwiches at Walter
nuuDua i new resort, rear of S!U 8. 18th St.
Shampooing and hair oresslng, 25c. at The
Vataery. Slt-220 Bse Building. Tel. 171.
Publish your legal notices In Ths Weekly
Cameron, plumber. 1110 Farnam; 'phone 46
There's only one Btoaeeypner. Be prints.
Johnson Bros., coal. Tel. 1053.
By order of Isaao Van Horn 4k Co Bos
ton, bankers for the corporation. Call or
write M. J. Or eery. Financial agent. 414
Bea Building, Omaha.
tha cutting cutter asks of you la to In'
speot his goods and prices. Take a look.
Ho has ths goods and prices. Well, none
so low on earth.
IRRESISTIBLE SPECIAL for Monday
will be ALL 6o cigars S for 10c
OF OUR SALE
If you haven't been in to
see our bargains yet, don't
put it off any longer. You'll
be sorry if you miss them,
they're so good; and this is
you will have for a long
time at such
Good Bargains In
Remember, they are all
from our own stock of relia
ble high grade goods, and
the prices have really been
greatly reduced. We have
For Men, Women, Children
in many different kinds and
styles, and at many differ
ent prices. Be sure and call
this -week; it's the last ,week
of the sale.
FRY SHOE CO
CARTWRIGHT & CO.,
N. E. Cor. 16th and Douglas.
St dimcalt to ohtalat
STATIONERY AND OFFICE
that In every way meet your ap
proval? If you are dissatisfied with
price, quality of goods or service
vrhers you have been dealing, call oa
Tha Moycr Stationary Co.,
220-223 So. 16th Street,
Hamilton Warren. M. D., eclectlo and
magnet le physician, office at Victoria hotel,
130 and 1310 Dodge street, till a suitable
location can be found. Special attention to
ail long standing or lingering diseases of
women and children.
F.H.Wallace,Dentiat,400 Bee bldg. Tel.201.
Noon lunch Try Ed Maurer's Improved
quick service. 1306 Farnam street.
Taft's dental rooms, 1517 Douglas.
Have Root print It.
EASTER EGG DYES
We will send you a package of German
Easter Egg Dye containing 6 different
colors, and 20 sheets of calico paper for 7o
post paid. 2 packages for 14c; S for 19c.
Sold at our store, corner 16th and Dodge
streets, Omaha, for Be package.
ASK US FOR THE NBW DRUG THINGS.
WATCH OUR DRUG PRICES.
11.00 Mme. Tale's Preparations
11.00 Wyeth's Beef, Iron and Wine.
11.00 Bcott'e Emulsion Col lAVer Oil.
11.00 Btearns' Wine of Cod Liver OU.
11.00 King's New Discovery
$1.00 Jayne's Expectorant 75o
11.00 Hall's Hair Renewer 75c
11.00 Wamrr.ie s Cod Liver Oil 75c
$1.00 KILMER'S SWAMP ROOT 6c
Il.OU WINK OF CARDUI bOc
$1.00 Palne's Celery Compound 62c
11.00 Miles' Nervine 75o
(LOO Hood's Sarsaparllla &io
SIXTEENTH AND DODGE STREETS.
OMAHA.' . .
sYai.ftf WMS, fi
Is a good pure beer,
made from pure
water, beat hops and
selected barley. You
don't need a doctor's
prescription nor a lot
of patent spring
tnnloe. Any reputable
rhyslclan will tell you
hat good, beer la a
tonic. If you are pale,
weak, nervous and all
run down you can't
order a case too soon.
Take a glass with
each meal you'U learn
to like it and you'll
be surprised to And
how quick It will
brace you up. In
cases or two dosen
auarta or pints de
TBI 119, OMAHA.
Or Jacob Neumayer, Agt, care Neumaywr
Hotel, i Council Bluffs, Iowa.
Watchful car la Indispensable In tha
compounding of the prescription on which
depends the recovery of the Invalid. We
assert that our prescription department Is
fully up-to-date, and under the care of
carefully trained pharmacists of experience.
Good Medicinal Atomiser 0c
Quart bottle fort wine kki
Quart bottle Cherry Wine &c
$3.76 Horllck's Malted Milk $2.76
11.00 Horllck's Malted Milk 64o
60o Horllck's Malted Milk 84o
Flso s Consumption uure .,... Ofac
Lincoln Tea too
Phosphate Sodium, per pound 26c
Boraclo Acid, per pound 26o
8-ounce bottle Witch Haxel, beat 12c
Hu-Can Hair Tonio 750
I Hu-Can Cough Cure 20o
Music warerooms are resplendent
with a beautiful stock of real Art
plonoa, la handsome colonial and
semi-colonial cases, many new de
signs la artlstlo architecture.
The most elegant woods used are
of the highest finish, work done
with moet skilled care and lasting
There are new features in ma
hogany. In Imported walnut, in rich
domestic veneers, which excel all
previous efforts In careful selec
tions. These Instruments merit in
spection and defy competition.
They are now on exhibition and
The matchless Knabe piano, the
elegant Kranlch ft Bach piano, tha
best known "Kimball" piano, the
old and reliable Hallet ft Davis
piano, the rich and handsome Krell
piano, the well known Mathushek
piano, the Melville Clark, the Schu
mann piano, as well as the many
medium and cheaper grades, repre
sented " In this Immense Muslo
House, gives the customer m rare
opportunity to make an easy selec
tion.' It Is well known that our prices
are the lowest, our dealings fair
and terms which ws make are most
convetent and makes the pur
chase of pianos at our establish'
ment a pleasure.
Ws also have left over from our
Special Piano. Sale of the last two
weeks several pianos slightly, used.
and some odd styles, which we are
discontinuing, at the extremely low
figures of $117, $126, $138, $158; bet
ter ones at $168, $198 to $217.
Terms: $10 cash and $5 per month.
There are a few almost new high
grade pianos at $227, $248. $278, in
struments worth double. Terms:
$10 down and $5 per month. These
are all up-to-date styles and our
guarantee will cover all doubts as
to their reliability and durability.
ORGANS WAY DOWN
We have traded for. a number of
organs taken aa part pay on piano
sales, such well known makes aa
Estey organs, Ithaca organs, Lyon
ft Healy organs, A. B. Chase or
gans, Kimball organs and Hoepe
organs, at prices rsnglng from $22,
$30, $37, $42, $48, $62, on monthly
payments of $2 $3 and $4 per month.
We wish to emphasise ' that we
have what we advertise. To make
sure of the choice of the specials
herein mentioned, coma early.
1513-1515 Douglas St.
7 Tho Great ost Varioiy of
Fino Wash Goods IP"-'
Thp new wnshahlo fabrics for the season of 1902 as shown la
our enlarged, remodeled wash goods department embraces al-
most every good make, style and fabric proaueca in euncr
European or American factories. The finest product of the most
skillful wearers, spinners, designers and printers, are to be found
in our wash goods department ,in quantities such as no western '
concern would attempt to handle.
The immeriRe business of the past season has made it plain
that enormous quantities can be sold of such goods as hare here
tofore HAD TO RE purchased in the exclusive stores or tne t ah
EAST if they COULD BE PURCHASED AT UUMH.
We have selected such lines of fabrics. from the best DO
MESTIC MILLS and canvassed the whole of the FOREIGN
MARKET, that we mirfht be able to set before the Omaha people
as fine a line of wash fabrics as anv shown in the whole United
States. Our efforts have resulted In being able to display
The Createst Variety of Fine Wash Coods In Omaha
Swiss Embroidered Fahrlra
fret. eh Rwlaaea
French t; a en
German I.lnen Games
German I.lnen Skirting
Thousands of the finest fabrics of American manufacture
make this opening of the season display the greatest ever seen in
We will mail samples to any address outside the city, but in
all cases we desire that you state ns nearly as you can the colors
desired and about the price you wish as we have many lines of
fabrics of the same name and prices are in accord with quality.
WA8H GOODS FROM 5c TO $5.CO PER YARD
Monday in the Bargain Room
Monday will be one of the largest bargain days we have had
for many a day another carload of new goods has just arrived,
consisting of dress goods, wash goods, silks, muslines prints and
No dealers, peddlers-or manufacturers sola to in mis rooni
Ws will sell $3 black crepons, silk finish I
mohairs 42 Inches wide, strictly all wool
Bootch tweeds 58 Inches wide, 60-lnch brll-
llsntlnes, 75o granite cloth and other goods
worth up to $1.60 per yard, all will go at
this sale for 49c.
Skirtings heavy enough - to be mads up
without lining for 25c.
Half wool dress goods,' 6c, 10c, 15c, 20o
and 25o up.
All the new line of silks, consisting of
Kl Kl Louslenes, black and white stripes,
novelties, etc., worth up to $1.00 per yard,
all will go at 49c.
A full line of silks at 19c, Z5o and 190 a
Silk velvets, all colors, "no black," al
75o grenadines, all colors, 89c
40c moussellene de sole, 15c.
60o velveteens, all colors, 25c.
. All the new dimities in the new shades,
some plain and some figured, some silk
stripes, worth 15c, 19o and 25c, all will go
German blue calico, 32-in. wide, 9c.
Scotch ginghams, fast colors, worth 13a,
15o black sateen, 8ttc
15o Imported percales. So.
25c Imported percales, 7H&
28-lnob half wool plaids, 7c
DR. McGREW (Ai 53
Dlaaasas asv 1M as Umm Onlr.
M Tea Sitsrltste. M Yaaurs la)
safest and. most natural that has yet bean
1 uv.rxi Ko nuln whatever, no cuttlna
and does not Intertere wttn work or buaU
ns. Treatment ai ems vr uww mum
a imrmaneot our guaranteed.
Hot Springs Treatmsnt (or Syphilis
yrup of Figs, genuine
ller s Malt Whiskey ..............
26c Packer's Tar Soap
c Mulls fioneer (Jure
abc Mennen's Talcum ...
$1.00 Wyeth's Beef. Iron and Wine
60c Kodol Dyspepsia Cur
8-qt. Hot Water Bottle
And a thousand other bargains.
A DRUGGIST'S LETTER
Kenesaw, Nan., Feb. (, 1901
SJV. C. IT. Schaefor. Omaha, Neb.
Dear air: "We notice in today'a Bee
that you ask yourself a few quentlons snd
then answer that 8CHAEKBH I1U IT;
WKLL, HA ID. The way you are all the
time howling about the TRUST and COM-
IllNB among druggist In Omaha Is
nouKh to give mum any one 'hat tired
reellitg. even this tlm of year, and In
order to et the dally news w bav to
take palter containing such TON.
Tfc.MPTUlLJ'J DRUG ADVERTISEMENTS
EVKRI DAY. As w understand It. you
are the fellow In Omaha that has not
seas anoiurh to coma in out of th "wet: '
If you oould not spread your CON
TEMPTIKLH "CUT THROAT" business
out In other dealer's territory, you would
COMU TO TOL'n 8 EN 8Kb. We don't
know whether our trad goes from us or
not tr it a o we never near or It (7), but
oven If It does the express company would
get the profit INSTEAD OF US, BUT
f-EOPUa WOULD RATHER GIVE IT TO
THEM ANT WAT THAN TO US. If noth
ing ahead thenuuslvea It at least PUTS
I S IN, A BAD LIGHT, aa w CAN NOT
PUT FOR WHAT YOU 8ELL. PATENT
llEDICINES FOR then w must uiak
aa enormous profit, as you do not sail
auoda tor nothing, or course. Yours,
J. 8. KAObDALE 4k SON.
The abov gentlemen must hav trouble.
Peyton, Ph. G.
Cwtttag; Catter of Drags.
21th aad Leuvsmworth Sta.
FINE OLD WINES
raKac&penong, pints, 60c;
J !i .... -
Haut Bauterne, plnta, 60o;
Claret, quarts, 83c, Ko and
Burgundy. Quarts. 76c tl.
I Khlns Wines, auarta. fita.
T&c and 81.00.
Sherry. Port, Catawba
ana Muscatel, quarts, iac,
6oc. 75c snd tl 00.
Angelica, Tokay, Maderla
ana aiaiase, earn, sue, TU:
and tl.OU per quart.
Orans Wine, mart rmm
finest navel oranges by th
(jaiiromia Fruit Co., pr
Imported Port and Bherry,
quart, n, ILU ana IL-bU.
Mall orders promptly filled.
City orders delivered.
rime Wlaes aad Tal LUar.
OftMltt re!. Tlfca llaa,
AGENTS FCR THE CELB8RATBO
tastes good. Is good, tor It cures all Ills
And all Blood Diseases. No ' BREAKING!
OUT" on th akin er face, and aU atrnal
Signs of th dUtaas disappear at ono. A
treatment that is mora suooesstul and far
tnor satisfactory than the "eld orm" of
treatment and at lea than HALF THS
COUT. A cur that is guaranteed U b
permanent for life.
cau.ed by constipation. Impur. blood, liver (jy 20,000:oUityrUloa. .'f nXm?
and kidney clomplalnts, prevent appen
dicitistry a lOo trial box sold by all
Richardson Drug Co., Omaha, distributors.
W. J. Shrader Msdlcina Co.,
' New Tot a and Omaha.
au all unnatural w"np?" w
Btrlctur. Oleat, Kidnay and Bladder Dla
aasn. Hydruo!. urd rmaanily.
CUAHOUS LOW. COSSULTATIOK FtUDaX
Treatmaat by vaU. P. O. Box Ws.
Offlct ovr tit ft. 14th street. btwa Faf
I Dougla SUfc. uauu, ssam.
' Remember we are headquarters cf the
above concern and have a complete, fresh
stock and sell them all at cut prices.
25o Humphrey's Specifics 20o
60o Humphrey's Specifics 40e
76o Humphrey's Vet Specifics 60o
25o Humphrey's Simples 20o
25o Humphrey's Witch Hasel OU .... 20o
60o Humphrey's Witch Hssel Oil 40c
When you come to us you get fresh goods.
MYERS-DILLON DRUG CO..
lOtk mmd Farnam Street. Omaha.
Mall orders promptly filled. City orders
Now Spring Suits, Raglans, Skirts
This year's garments are mors chic, more pleasing to the eye than ever before.
For the past 90 days we have been making preparations for the spring season. Wo .
would respectfully ask the ladles of Omaha and vicinity when, they are at their leisure,
-to visit a few moments la our cloak dept. and see for themselves ths tremendous
tock of suits numbering over 1,600; the tremendous stock of skirts numbering over
three thousand and the stock of silk and wash waists that we carry. It does pot maka
any difference whether you buy or not. See what wo have to offer.
cadet, gray and navy, which wo put onl
sale at $8.50.'
200 new sulia, In all wool materials. Jack
ets silk lined, made la eton, double
breasted or blouse effects, for $7.50.
100 new suits, beautiful garments, mada
of new basket cloth materials. In browns,
black, blue, tans; Jacket and skirt nicely
trimmed with stitched bands of taffeta, a
suit made to sell for $18.50 early price,
200 suits, made of fine Venetians, in 4 dif
ferent styles, new designs, with the new
sleeve, new cuff, new collar, new fronts
Some elaborate suits of Imported
nut No. 402 la a skirt In heavy all wool
lamb's wool cheviot. In blacks, browns, samples, at ,$30, $10, $50, $60 and $70.00.
The Meyer, Levin & Co. Skirls in Full Blast
spun, oaaaex cioiue ana storm sergf.
worth $8.00, for $3.90.
Some beautiful styles In women's rainy
day skirts, vory fine Imported broadcloths,
at $8.00 and $10.00.
200 women's silk skirts, worth $25.00, for
150 rainy-day skirts, stitched bottom,
trimmed with two bands of satin, for only
200 women's dress skirts, trimmed wlin
satin. In corded effects, percaiine unea.
velvet bound, worth $5.00, for $2.90.
Women's rainy-day skirts, made In home-
eritflMa a Oaly 0aalaa.
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m tnitnuian'B nnuunn
la UM.lt aa4 1A aalalu. kia ualrf
wlik Maariktaa. Takaaaatkaa. ItaraM
aaaaraa SakatUatieaa aa4 lil
may a,, Paraiaalava, TalMvalala
aa4 ' Kallar IWr Laalaa, a. Unar. T ra.
tar Mall. I T.ua.u.u. 1it
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READ CIFT DISTRIBUTION PLAN ON PAGE II.
Not pretty, but strong and economical.
IT WILL NOT CLINKER AND
BURNS UP CLEAN, LEAVING NO I
REFUSE BUT ASH. -
$7.25 PER TON
In many respects superior to Rock
Springs and Ohio.
G. B. HAVENS & CO ,
1522 Farnam St.
Telaprtonaa SOI 317 and) 82 S
At The Bee Office
Price 10 cents By mail 15 cents
"THE 99 CENT STORE"
More Stirring News from Great
Every dollar's worth of our present stock must be cleared out as rapidly
as ponHiMi-. Tula Is tbe great bargain opportunity. Don't mUs It
At le t lamp burner 10c kind.
Xt 6c pair helt brackets K)c kind.
At 6c large tea strainer Hc kind.
At bo double fancy match sates 26a
At fro granite Iron cups 10c kind.
At bo wire corn popper loo kind.
At bo rakes ironing wax worth 10c.
At 6o Rio Roo scrub brushes 10c
At 6o DoTer egg beater lOo kind.
At bo bran extension rods lOo kind.
At bo Edgar nutmeg grater 2&o kind.
At 10c China creamers 2bo kind.
At 10c large fancy plates 2bo kind.
At 10c complete lumps 25c kind.
At 10c tea tiles fancy 26c kind.
At 10c fancy cake plates 26o kind.
At lic fancy cuspldores 2&c kind.
At 10c fancy decorated plates.
At 10c 4 crystal glans tumblers.
At lo glass syrup pitcher 25o kind.
At 10c crystal sauce dishes.
At l"o fancy spoon holdVrs 26o kind.
All on sale on Main Floor.
Goods Delivered Promptly
IF YOU ARE NOT SMOKING THE.
Try one. then notice the fine Aroma of our present Havana
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