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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (April 26, 1902)
TIIK OMAHA DAILY BEK; PATUKDAY, APRIL 20. 1902.
Eentleaaen'a ITInrwt gprrtna; "alts at
1,(00 corn's finest spring suits, bought late
at grea!t reduction (or spot cash. The Bteln
Blrcrh company and n. Rothschild & Co. of
Rochester, N. Y., make of suits for lees
than the coat of fafcrlc.
Lot 1 Men's very finest suits. ma1( of
the best Imported and domestic worsted and
tweeds, containing only the newest and
most fashionable patterns, made In the new
'varsity 8 and 4-button cutaway and 2-but-lon
double-breasted sack styles. Actual
122.50 to $30 values. Extra special Satur
Jay only $15.00.
Lot 2 Men's extra fine spring suits,
made of very fine worsted, vicunas and
tweeds. In ltpht, dark and medium shades,
made la the new military and 'varsity sack
Styles, with haircloth fronts and square
shoulders; all sizes, 83 to 44: about eighty
tyles to select from and not a suit worth
cr sold etsewher for leas than $15.00 and
kip to $20. Special for Saturday at $10.00.
Lot S Man's extra fine $12.60 and $l!i.C0
lulls for $7.50. Tou never saw such bar
gains. Suits made from pure worsted,
cheviots and Una oasslmeres, cut In the new
'varsity and military styles, with haircloth
fronts and square shoulders; all sizes, 33 to
4. Special for Saturday, $7.50.
Our new spring line of H., S. aV M. spring
ults at $12.60, $15.00. $18.00 and $20.00 can
only be compared with the $35.00 to $50.00
made to measure kind. ,
TRY IT ON BAILIFF'S DOME
How Jndg-e Read Propone to Teat an
1 Judge Read has found a way out of a
perplexing problem, but he doesn't know
yet whether the supreme court would sus
tain him In taking the position that he
wishes to. In his court for several daya
there has been dragging on a suit brought
by a hair tonic company against a local
dealer who. It alleges, has been counter
felting its elixir and selling the same In
Its bottles at Its price. The dealer denlea
any counterfeiting and the tables of the
court room have been given over to general
exhibit of the goods. Tlio judge sees no
btber way to make certain of the matter
than to teat tbe goods that are alleged to
be fraudulent with the goods that are gen
uine and be governed by the result. He
has a full hirsute covering himself, and at
first was at a loss to know how to make
the tests, but from this perplexity he has
been saved by Earl Bone, his bailiff, along
the dome of whose brain pantry the golden
locks are dying out and off like young
choats la cholera district. The Judge
proposes to apply tbe genuine elixir to one
side of the clearing and the alleged coun
terfeit to the other, the reeult to decide the
case fur him.
Purify the blood and put toe system In
order for summer work by using at this
tima a short course of PRICKLY ASH BIT
TERS; It la tbe greatest blood purifier on
You'll find Hayden Bros.'
Read every word of It.
ad. on page 7.
AN IXTBKKSTIMU TELEGRAM.
NEW YORK, April 23. 1902.
Cloaed yesterday for spot cash the entire
stock of two largest commission bouses.
This la the largeat purchase we have ever
made. All new, aeaaonable dry goods, no
tions, cloaka and suits, carpets and draper
ies. Make room and arrange for big sale.
Oooda on the way. Johnson and Henry
'leave for home tonight.
Particulars as the goods come In. Watch
papers for advertisements.
Sam'l Burns Is selling a beautiful Have
land berry set at $3.
Saturday will be another busy day at the
trig atore ot Hayden Bros. Read our ad. on
Aaaoanre-ments of the Theaters.
The contributors of entertainment at the
fOrphenm this week are putting up a bill
(that is proving a strong magnet, drawing
ttf audiences, whose enthusiasm manifests
a strong approbation. Two monologues
,whlch in no wlae confllot or detract from
.each other are furnished by Lew Bloom
'and Loney Haskell. Lea Troubadours Tou
lousalna have certainly acored tbe vocal
"hit of the season by giving vaudeville pa
trons a pleasing aample of the kind of
music that one Is accustomed to hear only
in grand opera. Variety la added by the
Harmony Four, a quartet which renders
soma vocal and Instrumental mualc and
comedy; tbe Dancing Dawson; Oleai broth
ers, gladiatorial gymnasts; Dooley and
Fowley, singing comedians and pictures by
the klnodrocns. The regular Saturday mat
inee will be given this afternoon. Fanny
Rice, tha popular little star, will head the
bill next week.
The opening bill ot Ferris' Grace Hay
ward company at Boyd's Sunday will be the
'thrilling Russian melodrama, "The Slaves
of Russia," It will be given at the matln -e,
night and Monday night performances.
Tuesday night, Wednesday matinee and
sight and Thursday night Sol Smith Rus
sell's quaint comedy. "Peaceful Valley,"
Will be tbe offering.
Kathryo Kidder la aure to be greeted by
ne ot tha largeat and most fashionable au
diences of the season, when ahe appears
liera at Boyd's on May 7 and 8 in her re
vival ot David Garrlck's sparkling old
awmsdy. "Tha Country Girl." Miss Kidder
has gradually risen to a place in the front
rank of American actresses. Her greateat
uoosss la reported to be her impersonation
of Peggy, tbe comical heroine of "The
Country Girl." This play is one of the
claaslra of the English stage. It haa stood
tbe test of centuries and every revival has
Bwt with much success.
Gra.aopho.a at a B.r.al..
FOR SALE Latest model type. A. O.
combination graphopbone, which plays both
large aid small recorda; list pries, $90.00.
This la especially designed for concert pur
poses, having a tblrty-slx-lnch horn and
stand. It also Includes twenty large Edi
son records and carrying case of twenty
tfour records. The machine la entirely new
and haa never been used. Will aell at a
bargain. Address X $1. In cars of The Bee.
Ws nsvsr Invite business except on the
fjaala of tha loweat prices. Hayden Bros.
Our ad. la on rage 7.
Shampooing and hair dreesmg. Soe, at the
feathery, 216-210 Bee Bulldin. Tel. 1714.
Bend articles of Incorporation, noticea ot
stockholders' meetings, etc., to The Bus.
Ws will give then proper legal Insertion.
Dee telephone, 1X8.
Publish your legal notices la The Weekly
Dee. Telephone 2W.
Etlllman aV Pries, att'ys. law. collections.
A. P. Lillia. notarn t$ U. 8. Nat. TeL 1739.
Shampooing and halrdrcsalng, 25c. at the
Bathery. lle-220. Bee Building. TeL 171$.
It Isn't the price it's what you gat for
tbs price that counts. Haydea Bros. Read
oar ad. oa page 7.
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WRECKAGE SALE OF SHOES
'1,200 Women's Shoes
900 Women's Oxfords
600 Girls' Shoes
800 Boys' Shoes
600 Men's Shoes
250 Men's Oxfords
On Main Floor and in Basement
All on Bargain Squares
prices and values
of these Ladies'
from $2.00 to
$3.50 a pair.
Take your choice
In this entire
worth less than
$2.50 and many
Take your choice
J. L. RRAXDEI8 & SONS J. L. BRANDEIS & SONS
CLOTHIERS. FURNISHERS & HATJERS
Extra Specials for Saturday
Sulla that are being sold everywhere
at $22.50 are priced
We make a special offer on suits, ac
tual value $15, at the
exceedingly low price
, of only
People who are looking for a line of
suits at popular prices and at the
same time nobby and dressy should
not fall to examine our JntF C r
large line at the low r 5 vl
price of M m
We carry no shoddy of any kind, but
do carry aulta In all wool blue serges.
black clays and fancy cheviots, sold
In a good many places
at $10.00 our price
Four-ply collars In all tbe leading
shapes, at 9c each, or f e?
3 for KjC
Balbrlggan Underwear at ffm
45c, 25c and JZXJG
Each and every one under regular
In great variety and styles, -4 C
at 45c, 25c and IOC
Each one a great bargain.
At 45c and 39c the best values in
town for the money. Alao a full line
of the celebrated Carbardt Overalls,
The very latest patterns and
styles, up from
All the popular shapes in f JJ?
soft and derbys, up (rom...,VOC
1S10 Dasslsi at.
Shirt Waists, $1
Whits and colored, best ever sold
for a dollarSaturday,
You ran compare them with $1.50
ones anywhere Saturday.
Saturday and Saturday evening we
will give wrappers for .75 cents that
usually sell up to $1.50. Tbey are
musily 32, Si and 36 alsea. A few
la cloth or ailk. Best assortment
of the new styles to bs found In
Postal Card Will Get It
SAUPLJC COPT OF TUB
Twentieth Century Farmer
Th. Beet Agricultural Weekly,
areas, Ouulb. Men.
II m fl
will wear about so long, although the
Drexel boys' shoes will wear longer
than most any other kind. Ws know
this, becauae It baa been demonstrated
so often. Your boy will like our
shoes, and ao will you, for at $1.50
we sell ths best shoe that waa ever
mads tor $1.60. Saturday Is boys'
shoe day and we have a special force
of clerks that understand the fitting
of children's ahoea. There Iran awful
lot In the fitting of the ahoes. . Com
fort and wear depend upon it.
Drexel Shoe Co.,
c..i... r. fo, ... A.ki-.
Omaha. ln-t-afe Maoa Uoi
Women's Tailored Suits
If only for the ideas that may be had, any woman of style and taste will enjoy
looking through our wonderful suit department liints of the latest fashions, hints
of greatest economy. The advanced spring season finds us better prepared than ever,
to supply your desires in the matter of suits. The smartest and most fetching
styles, from the leading American makers are represented.
Particular attention is directed to our man-tailored suits that we place on special
sale Saturday. They are made in the new "Gibson" blouse and eton effects, made of this
season's newest materials, in light and dark shades, handsomely trimmed
and perfect in fit and workmanship these are regular $25.00 suits and 1 f r-j
will be sold Saturday for IjJmJL O
Women's Shirt Waists
This is to be a decided shirt waist
season, there being a, strong tendency
toward the finer garments. Much care
lul study has been given in the selec
tion of the new styles and we feel con
fident that a superior showing cannot
be found in the west, certainly not one
that can be compared with ours in
Omaha. The fabrics are the daintiest
and prettiest that the magical fingers
of the modiste ever made into shirt
waists and the prices are absolutely the
lowest ever quoted on such excellent
7.50 Men's Serviceable Suits 7.50
Does everybody know how good these $7.50 suits are? Suppose you do. All right. You
are a "Nebraska" customer as long as you buy clothes. Supiwse you dont. Then you had
better join the many that do. They are just the very best $7.o0 suits that the wisest buving
and expert judgment can gather of flannels, cheviots and cassimeres, in gray, green and olive
Bhades. And all the style a-going is put into them.
$10 Men's Nobby Suits $10
We can't begin to tell you how stylish these suits are, nor how good they are, nor how
very low is the price. Come and see. Dressy men will admire them at sight. Made of flannels,
cheviots and worsteds, in stripes, plaids and broken plaids the very toniest patterns.
Young men, this style is perticularly attractive for you and is the style young men are
$12 Men's Decidedly Swell Suits $12
Nowhere that we know of can you buy the equal of these ready-to-wear suits for less
than $18.50 and they are equal in every detail to the best that your tailor can turn out at
$25.00. Made of American silk mixtures, English fancy worsteds. Scotch fancy cheviots,
Trench striped flannels, three and four-button straight front coat, with a bit nipped' off at the
corners, stationary stiff front, with hair cloth through shoulders, hand padded collar, hand
worked buttonholes, high cut vest. Where on earth can you get such suits for $12.00 except
at this store?
Our assortment of men's under
wear is complete and for Saturday
we will place for special selling sev
eral . cases of shirts and drawers.
Shirts have French neck and peail
buttons; drawers are nicely finished
with pearl buttons, double gussets
and reinforced throughout. In good
full regular sizes. Think of the very
best you've seen at
then see these
Men's Fancy , Shirts
Here are some values in men's
fancy shirts that thrifty men have
been waiting for. They are the most
beautiful styles and colors that we
have shown this spring. The line' is
made up of fine French percales and
madras cloths, in small, neat figures,
stripes, dots and bright colorings.
They are properly cut and finished
and would be extremely good value-?
for $1.25 and $1.50.
I 1 I 1111(1 J
We are going to place on sale for
special selling Saturday one lot of
men's hosiery that we believe to be
the best ever offered by an store in
the laud; 120 dozen extra fine Sea
Island cotton hose in solid black, tau
and fancy colors, with the new drop
stitch and lace effects. They are the
regular 25e quality and
we have them in all
Women's Silk Dress Skirts
No other asssortment of silk dress skirts in this sec
tion can be compared with our showing at the present time.,
Our aim is to prove more clearly that
this store is the best place in Omaha
to do your silk skirt buying. For Sat
urday we will offer for special selling
75 women's silk dress skirts. They are
made of the best taffeta and peau de
soie silk, trimmed with ruffle and rib
bon niching. They hang very grace
fully and are as good as you will see
elsewhere for $15.00.
Is ranentlally a house paint, made to sup
ply all need In-tioliiK nrt-claa house
-. . T i .v. . . tt nu n i .Ian mall.
I lit? I.u.r HMJl Itri r . - - - .....
rxcrllent pliit, particularly Intended for
Hu.r In.l.l. flnl.h Witfld Stftln. TUdlatOrS.
roofs,' structural Iron work, metals of va
rious kinds. ror-bHrn. farm implements,
buKKtes, wagons, etc., etc.
We make the price on paints. Bee ua
hvfore vou nuv for the best paint at the
Myers-Dillon Drug Co.,
16th and Farnam
our brew Is put In competition with other
beers It alone stands the test the rest
are knocked out. Has a reputation gained
solely on Its merit. Noted for purity,
tone and strength and universally popular.
Highly beneficial for the Invalid. Equally
so aa a table beer. Stimulating, health
giving, palatable. Why not try a case of
two doaen quarts or pints?
Metz Bros. Brewing Co.
Tel. US), Omaha.
Or Jacob Neumayer, Agt., cars Neumayer
Hotel. Council Bluffs. Iowa.
MANY OF THE BEAUTIFUL
HALF TOME GUTS
THE ILLUSTRATED BEE
from time to time are for aala at tbs
publication office all in good condi
tion low prlcea.
Rain Coats That Shed Pain.
Boys' Mackintoshes. ...$2.25, $2.60, $3.75. Ifi.flo
Girl's Cape Mackintoshes ..
Hoys' Hubber Coats $2.50
LMHtu,An-m proportionate alsea for
large and small children 76c
l M and $1.2S.
OVERALLS for boya and girls, 25c, 40c
Pant and Jumper suit 75C
Headwear, we have It, price 26c to .... $2.U)
Io our INFANT SECTION we show a complete line of RUBBER GOODS aurh ..
BIBS. DIAPERS and STOCKINETS, In .11 alsea. Stockinette and rubbcr aheetln, V
I DO ycLaQ.
Ti. w iniosnes to
Girl a automobile Mackintoshes 1350 and &s
cvenette autos. l and . f 1 1 S
PARASOLS In many .Ues. hue." and
coverings, Boc, )c, Tbi- $ S, 25 These
" Xlr'' bUt rv'l. damtyTt!
.Ws",.?"?Sb. M o M.0OL
Catalogue on Request.
Man and woman alike must be refreshed
In mind as well aa In body and the world
would Indeed be dreary without the cheer
ing Influence of wholesome fun. Our lives
are not ao accurately compounded that as
do not all taste, at times, the dash of
"bitters" concealed therein, a fact which
la apt to make us Just a big jealous of
CLl'B COCKTAILS, the proportlona of
which are so nicely adjusted that they
blend In one delicious whole, wherein noth
ing Is bitter, nothing disagreeable, but
everything smooth, delightful and delicious.
Half pints. pints, 75c; quarts. $1.25:
vee pocket site, 16 cents.
Special for Saturday Gallon jug Claret
Wine, 0 ceuta.
Fins Wines and Table Liquors.
Opposite Postofflce. Telephone Hit
auz.iv is svav tns CELEBRATED HVN
- TKR UYB. .
Is a very useful and necessary article, es
pecially for eummar wear. We have mads
arrangements with a manufacturer for a
epeclal make similar to cut, which Is made
from silk and elastic and Is equal to any
$1 26 suspensory we have ever seen. We
will sell our special at Ac; sent postpaid
to any addreea We have a full line of all
other branda from 2Cc up. Bend ua your
nmll orders for anything In the Rubber
WE NEVER CLOBE.
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