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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: SATURDAY, JUNE 7, 1002.
KEUBT, HTIOEH CO.
HyTjMB.VS AND CHILDREN'S HOSIERY
, AND UNDERWEAR.
' Particular people will And a satisfactory
ttock In every respect. We have all kind
and can pleat the most fastidious. Sett
rvalues. Wa carry In etock ths celebrated
Munslng" underwear and other well known
i 10c One of our big bargains for Satur
day women's One rlchelleu ribbed vests,
Xlcely made, 18o value, all sizes,
i 15c Women's merrerlied allk finished
lisle vesta, pure white, never Bold for lees
than 85e each; low neck, wing eleevea or
Sleeveless siie 8 to 6.
60c We have a large and complete line
'tof women' fine lisle and swIss ribbed um
brella pants, comforts for warm weather,
deep lace trimmed. The "Munslng" um
brella drwers are perfect fit.
. 60c The pure "Vega" allk vests, silk
(lace trimming, hand crocheted neck, low
Beck, sleeveless, beautifully finished, white,
scream, pink, sky, epeciat quality.
The "Munalng" union suits for women.
Vhere la no high grade underwear so Inex
pensive and no low priced underwear so
(good. Those who wear It are always sat
isfied; low neck, sleeveleas, knee length,
Klcely made, all sizes, 8 to 6, only 35c each;
extra fine quality, silk finish, low neck.
Sleeveless, high neck, short or long sleeves,
ankle or knee length, at f 1; allk lisle thread,
oil sizes, at $1.60 each.
' Boya' Balbrlggan shirts and drawers,
hlrts, long or short sleeves, drawers, an
ikle or knee length, well made, all sizes,
jonly 25c each.
15c, 2 for 25c Ladles' fast black stock
ings, lisle finish, drop stitch, plain, double
aole, heel and toe.
25o A large assortment of fancy lace
Hale stockings for women, fast black; also
plain black lisle, double sole, heel and
koe, wean well.
We have the largest variety, newest and
Iprettlest assortment of women's fancy hoae,
iaiii exclusive line of patterns In the all over
Usee and boot, 35c, 60c, 75c, $1.25 to $2.00.
1 15o Children's fast black, fine ribbed
wtocklng, double knee, hocl and toe, all
lies, 6 to 9.
J Just received an elegant line of misses'
'fast black lisle thread hose, regular 3Rc
jqualtty; also a pretty line of patterns In
Taney lace stockings, all sizes, for Saturday
(only 25o pair.
j 60c Children'! fast black allk mercerized
(stocking, superior quality, double knee,
tieel and toe, one of our best bargains, sizes
1 Evoryone of our departments blossoms
I with, newness. Our Saturday bargain ad U
joa page 7. Hayden Bros.
Latest Fobs. Edbolin, jeweler.
Chicago to !fevr fork In ZO Honrs.
"THE PENNSYLVANIA SPECIAL,"
In addition to present through trains, the
Pennsylvania Lines will, on Sunday, June
j 36th, inaugurate their 20-hour passenger
'.service between Chicago and New York,
'leaving Chicago dally at 12 o'clock noon.
' The equipment of the new train will be
(up-to-date, and It will be known as "The
VPennsylvanfa Special" running through
,frora Chicago to New York In 20 hours.
' For particular Information, please call
upon or address H. R. Derlng, Assistant
I General Passenger Agent of the Pennsylva
nia Lines. 24$ South Clark street, Chicago.
i Shampooing and halrdresslng, 26c, at the
lathery. 216-220 Bee Building. Tel. 1718.
Dainty Pearl Fins. Edholm, Jowelev.
W - ft . 1 aT 1 I
B I 1 rVI ,ll VI tTkn
R ltMU UU rBOSV
FROM THE $100,000 BANKRUPT STOCK
OF SEELIiY-HOHE-LeVAN CO.
AT LESS THAN HALF THE REGULAR PRICES
$8 Trimmed Hats $3.95
T'pwards of 4X Trimmed Hats flint were marked to
sell in Des Moines for $6.00 to $8.'. These are all
that can be Imagined as distinctly summer hats,
moan? in or mm snarling
and DlacK of teDhvr
weight. This lot contains some
hanitnome drooping, soft body
braid effects, profusely trimmed
with laces and flowers, our price
inctiy summer hats,
$5 Trimmed Hats $2.50
Nearly a thousand splendidly trimmed hats, made
up after copies of celebrated models of both Paris
arid New York deslsners. These Ideas snH In Des
Moines at $o.0, this line of hats b ng famous
iiirtuKnuiii me male or lowa
as the best values ever shown
for the money. Thev are all
summer weight, of light colors;
nats D( ng famous
$3.50 Trimmed Hats $1
A vast assortment of splendid Ideas
and misses Trimmed Hats,
patterns, In nets,
Le Van Co
price 3.50 our
$2.25 Children's Trimmed Leg.
horn Hats 95c.
Lots of thoso prettily trimmed fine
Leghorn Hats, both on second floor
and in basement. These goods are
sold everywhere In
$2.25 our price
)c Ruu'in io
$3.98 Silk Maline Net Turbans 69c
Another fortunate purchase of a manufacturer's samples gives us further op
portunity or illustrating me email price power or our store.
Here is a splendid lot of silk maline net Turbans, costing at
wholesale $.V.00 per dosen and formerly sold at retail at
$3.98 each SaUrday
New White Hats 49c and 75c
Plenty of new pure white soft br-'-' ats. fresh
from the factories of the east ai representing a 11
that is new In pure white effects 1.. i.uwtar for
1W2 excellent values at
Children's 75c Hats 15c
All of our children's 48c and 75o Straw Hats
In white and pretty colors Sat
Mlehlcan ) Raorte.
Spend your aummer vacation In the cool
rtvoods ot the lake region of Michigan.
Write H. F. Moeller, O. P. A., Per Mar
quette It. R., Detroit, Mich., for lllus--trated
booklet, aent free to any address,
which tella of a hundred charming spots
la the resort region. Full Information con
cerning hotels, etc. Four original photo
graphs ot Michigan scenery, 6xS Inches In
size, aent postpaid to any address for 2jc,
tamps or coin.
Via Wibuh Railroad. '
Naw York, $22, allowing stopovers at Ni
agara Falls. Tickets on sale June 12. 13
land 14. For all Information call at W'a-
tssh new city office, 1601 Farnam street
or write Harry E. Moores, general agent
passenger department. Omaha. Neb.
j ,' Fifth Ward Republicans.
The republicans of the Fifth ward are
'requested to meet at Young's hall, Six
teenth and Corby streets, Saturday even
ting, June 7, 1902, at 8 o'clock, for the pur
Jiose of selecting delegates to the state
- and judicial conventions,
j W B. CHRISTIE, President,
KiitlKJ!. B' p' B' Seward, Secretary.
i' A 'Denver Sleeper.
J On Juna 8th the VNION PACIFIC will
Tlace a through standard sleeper, running
I from Omaha to Denver, on Train Mo
leaving at 4:25 p. m. This will be strictly
an umana sleeper, and Is in addition to the
one runninc from Chicaso to nnvr m
ithls train. All space has been assigned to
LOmaha territory, and reservations can be
secured at City "Ticket Office, 1324 Farnam
ireec Telephone 316
f Many Rates East and South at Wabash
new uity umcs, iooi Farnam street
J.IQU0R DEALERS CHANGE LAWS
woaao hsvhiobi in Nebraska, Protec
tive Association's Coda
", , Arm Mada.
The Jebraska Retall Liauor Dealers' Prn.
lactlvs association has mada several
ichangesln Its constitution and bylaws dur
ing Its present session,' tut still retains
'all of Its name, giving as a reason that It
ls so long It makes one thirsty to pro
'Bounce it- The sixth snnual convention
jcoraolude yesterday afternoon with a trip
to Krug park and to Courtland beach.
Many ot ts delegates have already left
for homa. The next convention will be
fceld at Falls City on the first Tuesday
.after 'tha flcst Monday In June,
Powders, Pills and Tablet
may temporarily relieve tba
CURES the eaase of the
Headache, so that the pain
does not recur. It Improves
appetite, perfects digestion
and nutrition, indue rest'
t ul sleep, and strengthens the
entire system, increasing ca
pacity for labor. ,
Ladles', Misses' and Children's duck, linen and pique
Outing Hats, In white, pink, light blue, cardinal and linen shades,
69c, 98c, 31.25 and up to 35.00.
69c Black & White flower Pompons 25c
39c Children's School Hats 15c.
$1. 39 Fine Leghorn Hats 95c.
50c Pearl Ornaments 15c
75c Cuba Braid Hats 39c
$1.00 Fine Split Sailors 50c
50c Bunches Black Violets 10c,
25c Big Bunches Flowers 5c
50c Daisy Wreaths 15c
50c Bunches f Foliage 10c.
at 25c, 49o,
our page ad for great bargains In all the other departments. Its
full of Interesting news. See page 6. See page 6.
urjee Cream is made of pure
Cream Only, and the finest-
fruit and flavors money can buy-
VT L a a a aana
no piiik - No Adulterations. ,
My! but its good!
GRAHAM'S -w rSCSTI
W. It. Bennett Co. Saturday.
TODAY. SATURDAY, WE WIL.L. SELti
OUR CAPITOL CREAMERY BUTTER, the
very FINEST THAT EVER CAME FROM
THE CHURN OR TICKLED THE PALATE,
at per pound, 25c.
GOOD COUNTRY BUTTER at and from.
per pound, 18c.
Fresh country eggs, straight from the
farmer to us, per dozen, 16c.
THESE PRICES GUARANTEED FOR TO
Tel. 137. W. R. BENNETT CO.,
16th. and Harney Streets.
31.70 BOSTON AND BACK.
Via Bnrllnston nute.
June 11. 12, 13.
Stopover at Niagara Falls If desired.
Return limit. July 31, 1902.
Tickets, 1502 Farnam street.
The Iowa and Nebraaka Coal Dealers.
Special excursion to the Rocky mountains
leaves Omaha Juns 25.' A limited number
ot tickets will be sold, and If you can
arrange your vacation to take advantage
of this outing you will have many advant
ages with this party which you will other
wise miss. Sea or write to R. E. Harris,
Secretary, 830 Board of Trade building.
The prices wa are now making on good
seasonable goods must appeal forcibly to
women who know the goodness ot qualities
carried here. Hayden Bros. Read our ad
on page 7.
Can't HlM It.
Wabash new city office, ltOl Farnam st
Boston an Hetrnn 931,78.
On June 11, 11 and IS
Via Illinois Central R. R.
Particulars at City Ticket
Office, 1402 Farnam st., Omaha, Neb.
RICHEST MAN IN JAPAN
Baroa Eavhl Salbosawa Will Pass
Throaah Omaha Soma Tint
Ths wealthiest man In is pan will ha In
Omaha Saturday. He Is Baron Euchl
Shlbusawa, a Jap himself, born and bred
and his riches are estimated at 1100,060.000.
He Is coming- from his home to New York
City for an Interview with ' J. Plerpont
Morgan, and has chosen ths Burlington
route as his Una of march from Denver to
Baron Shlbusawa Is traveling in a private
car, with twelve fellow Japanese, soma with
their wives. His car is attached either to
No. ( or No. 2. In the trst event he will
arrive In Omaha at 6:45, leaving fifteen
minutes later. If he Is on No. 2, how
ever, ha will spend an hour hsre. arriving
at I o'clock in tne arteraooa aad remain
ing till 4 o'clock.
W. H. Avery, general agent of ths Japan
ess line of steamers, is In- charge of ths
party. The baron la now 61 years of age
and is a stockholder, director or president
of forty banks and business concerns ia
bis fiatlvs souaU-y.
Via Illinois Central Railroad.
The Illinois Central R. R. will sell round
trip tickets, good for return until October
81, 1902, from Omaha to the following
Tickets at rates named In column (1) on
sale June 1st to 15th inclusive; In column
(2), June 16th to SOtb Inclusive.
St. Paul $ 9.60 $12.65
Minneapolis 9.60 12.65
Duluth 13.60 16.65
The Superiors 13.60 16.65
Ashland, Wis 13.60 16.65
Bayfield, Wis 13.60 16.65
Madison Lake, Minn 7.60 10.65
Elyslan, Minn 7.60 10.65
Faribault, Minn 7.60 10.65
Northfleld, Minn 7.60 10.65
Randolph, Minn 7.60 30.6.1
Cannon Falls, Minn 7.60 10.65
Red Wing, Minn 7.60 10.65
On June 16-17-21-22, we will sell tickets
to Chicago and return at rate of $14.75,
good for return until Sept. 15, 1902.
In addition to the above, we will aell
round trip tickets during the summer sea
son to eastern points; also via Duluth or
Chicago and steamer via the Great Lakes.
Special arrangements for securing steamer
accommodations In advance.
Write or call on the undersigned for par
tlculars. W. H. BRILL,
Dlst. Pass. Agt., HI. Cent. R, R.
No. 1402 Farnam St,, Omaha, Neb.
B are beginning to clear stock after a very busy and successful
tt . r j.'- L y. j ?. & 1 n ct f n
season, l fiat s wtiy you can picc jrum uieseviu ami 0
mens suits at $7 50. This assortment embraces suits of fine
unfinished worsted, tweeds y striped worsteds cheviots and cassimeres in
all colors and patterns, not one suit in
he lot worth less than $10, your
unrestricted choice Saturday,
MEN'S COAT AND TROUSER SUITS We are the headquarters for these two-piece suits this season. We have a hand
some assortment, embracing all the new effects out, as well as tlie plainer shades. The coats are unlined, with high padded
shoulders trousers have two-inch turn up, buckles and straps on each side of hip to regulate the size of waist. They come
in wool crashes homespuns flannels about themost' beautiful cloth is a light homespun, with invis- $J9 CTA
able checks and stripes decidedly new and very striking $4.00 to I Js JU
Men's Canvas Shoes
The most comfortable shoe for the
heated days is the Canvas Shoe. Satur
day we place on sale about 300 pairs, in
all sizes. These are shoes that regu
larly sell for ?1.25 and $1.50. We have
made an unusually large purchase of
these shoes and place them ON SALE
SATURDAY MORN- $1 (lfl
ING, at liUU
Men's Straw Hats
25c, 35c, 45c, 75c, $1.00
All sorts of good shapes and every
good straw. Plenty of those swagger
broad brim affairs young men take to
We are showing a well selected as
sortment of "real Tanama" hats at
prices way below those of the hat
Negligee Shirts $1
Saturday we will sell 50 dozen Men's
Madras Shirts, as fine and stylish and
well made in every particular as you
have been buying for $ 1.50. They come
with separate cuffs, large, generous
body, patterns are new, fresh and de
sirable, worth $1.50, t fA
Great Sale of Women s Wash Suits and Waists.
A recent purchase of Women's Wasr Suits and Waists has arrived just in
time to supply the demand which the present warm spell has engendered. TIIEY
GO ON SALE SATURDAY MORNING.
Wash Suit Specials
WOMEN'S WASH SUITS Made of excellent quality
Garner's percales new blouse waist, with lapel and
tie, trimmed with two rows of insertion; skirt with
accordion pleated flounce
values up to $4 at
YOUNG LADIES' WASH SUITS Made of extra good
quality plain chambray and figured lawn; blouse
waist, trimmed with white braid and tucking; skirt
with new flounce effect Values
up to $5.00 at.....
Wash Waist Specials
9C INSTEAD OF 1.00 Made of superb quality
dimities and other wash materials, profusely tucked
all the very latest and smartest effects, including
Gibson's. In a number of styles; rw
positively worth 1.00 at 0VC
95C INSTEAD OF 11.50 White Waists of fine sheer
lawn, composed of rows ot hemstitched tucks, bishop
sleeves, cuffs and stock trimmed to match, fastened
In front, back or side. These waists represent some
exceedingly great values, and are
worth $1.60, at
Saturday's Drug Bulletin
which plainly decides where drug ne
cessities can be bought at money saving
fl'oo'cramer's Kidney Cure 60c
$1.00 Temptation Tonic
The above are for Saturday, June 7.
r wil. nnlir tr, n rimtomer.
$1.09 Mother's Friend 67C
$1.00 8wanson's 6 Drops fC
Sftc Genuine uasinni
$T50 MARVEL WHIRLING SPRAY
$100 KINNEY'S HAIR TONIC (WANT
$1.00 Parisian Hair Tonic (guaranteed) 75o
Hire's Root Beer and Ginger Ale,
tn drink, ner bottle 10c
25c Hire's Root Deer Extract...... 12c
35c Warner b nooi urer wi-i....
Each of the above extracts make 5 gal-
2icPEskay's Food J5
$1.00 Peruna vii i !
$2 00 Chester's Pennyroyal Pills 1 00
$1.00 Brorao Seltrer
75o Mellen s rooa V' '.U'UiV
All goods delivered any place In city at
OPEN ALL NIGHT.
nimrrcnio cut price
dulmCrKli o DRUS STOKE!
Tel. T4T. . W. Cor. d Cktcaso.
Help yourself to our big bargains Satur
day. Hayden Bros. Read about them on
Turquoise Rlnrs. Edholm. jeweler.
New Fast Train, Chicago to New
Commencing Sunday, June 15, the pictur
esque Erie railroad will run a solid vestl
buled train, comprising Pullman sleepers.
standard coaches sad dining cars leaving
Chicago dally at IP: 30 a. m., arriving New
York next afternoon at S:$0, also carrying
through sleepers to Albany and Boston.
This tram will bs known as ths "Sea Sldo
Limited" and no excess fars will bs
For fall particulars, sre sny ticket agent.
June Birth Rings. Edholm. Jeweler.
Via Wabash Railroad.
Boston and return, $31.75, on sals Juns
St. Louis snd return, $13.50, on sals June
at Niagara Kalis. ' For berths and all In
formation, call at Wabash corner, new city
office, 1601 Farnam St., or address Harry
E. Moores, Cenl. Agt. Pass. Dept., Omaha.
Jolly Eight club's lively ball this even
ing, Washington hall, 18th snd Hsrney ets.
Fine orchestra; a grand good time for you,
Gents, 25c. Welcome.
.Warranted alarm clocks, L Edholm, J'v'r
SAILORS. YO! HO!
Sailor suits In wash goods and light weight woolens for boys and girls Cheap as
possible, and yet good good as possible, and not costing too much.
JUST RECEIVED a big line of graduating dreMce, In BATI9TE AND FRENCH
LAWNS. Many new styles In TOILE DU NORD GINGHAMS, including GIBSON 8AI
LOR, FRENCH. RUSSIAN and other effects.
DRY WEATHER PRICES ON
Mackintoshes and Cravenettes for girls. Mackintoshes and rubber coats for boys
EXCLUSIVE STYLES In girls' SHIRT WAIST and PETER THOMPSON SUITS A
SPLENDID SHOWING OF HOT WEATHE R FURNISHINGS FOR CHILDREN, '
Impure river water when you can buy(
WHITE- ROCK OZONATE LITHIA
WATER at the prices ws name. Its
equal Is unknown and It has the vim. life
and sparkle, without the bite, burn and
sting of all other charged waters.
IN FULLjCASE LOTS
BO quarts White Rock f oO
lOO pints White Hoc It 10 BO
lOO splits Whits Rock. .
la half arallOBS (plain water).. S OO
Myers-Dillon Drug Co.,
16th mud Farnam Streets, Omaha,.
N. B. Call as BP for m stars.
Graphophoao at m Barsjala.
FOR SALE Latest model type. A. O.
combination graphophone, which plays both
large and small records; list price, $90.
This is especially designed for concert pur
poses, having a thlrty-slx-lnch horn snd
stand. It also Includes twenty large Edi
son records and carrying cass of twenty,
four reoords. The machine is entirely new
and has never been used. Will sell at a
bargain. Address X 86, In care of Ths Bes.
Omaha Plattdutscher Vereln will give a
picnic Juns S, Sunday, at Ruser's park.
Train will leavs Webster street depot at
t, returning at 11 o'clock In ths evening.
All Invited to participate. COMMITTEE.
, Bend artlclea of incorporation, notices of
stockholders' meetings, etc., to Ths Bee.
Ws will givs them proper legal Insertion.
Bes telephone, 238.
' Wabash new office. 1601 Farnam street.
Shampooing and halrdresslng, 25c, at ths
Batbery, 116-220 Bos Building. Tel. 1718.
fiU sterling tea spoons, IS. Edholm.-
Boys Will Be Boys
And they will wear out shoes We
do not claim that our $1.60 boys'
shoes won't wear out but we do
claim that they will stand more
good, bard use than any shoe at the
same price ever sold Ws hava sold
this same shoe for many years and
have nevjr yet had a dissatisfied
customer We take as much care in
fitting our boys' shoes as we do his
father's thus assuring blm ths long
est possible wearing and the most
comfort Saturday Is boys' shoa day.
Drexel Shoo Co.,
O.ah.'. Cp-to-saf. Shoo Ha.se,
1410 FARMAM ITREBT,
PHONE A tm.
CATALOGUE ON REQUEST.
bO MANY WEDDINGS
This month. Are you invited T If you are. It calls for
a wedding gift. We have a nice assortment of goods
suitable for these ocaslons. Spend a few minutes at our
store. Look for the name
S. W. LINDSAY, The Jeweler,
It's Never Too Late
To test the quality of Mats Bros.' Beer.
It's an excellent spring medicine, good to
taste, easy to take and an appetite creator
in whose wske satisfaction always follows.
Metz Bros. Brewing Co.
Tel. 11. Omaha.
Or Jacob Neumayer, Agt., car Nsumaysr
Hotel. Council Ulufls. Jews.
near Douglas Is located a men's ex
clusive shoa store. They have been
located there going on five years.
They manufacture and sell "Onimod"
Shoes (for men only) at faotory
prices $3.50 and $2.50 are the prices
Customers of five yesrs ago are
customers today. Is this not a good
205 S. 15th
$3.60 and $2.60 now and always.
la what is required ty ths patlanU when
they have their medicines prepared at the
Antm itAP. Oaaw DDWTl I nrwn .
MENT Is run with ths utmost ca-e.
Nothing but the very best medlolnes used.
Ths physicians who know us are willing
to buy the medicine thev tak th
Our reputation and reliability Is unques-
iionea Dy aootor or patient. We can say
without successful contradiction that ws
put up tbs best medicine st lower prices
man any store in toe city. Try us the
Postal Card Will Get It
SAMPLE COPT Or THE
Twentieth Century Farmer
The Best Agricultural Weekly,
dress, Omaha. Neb.
' - ' a . i I
aw to aaoMS, leu futs Sk, tfc.Vwaa.slg.
14th & DougUs htracU.
The finest Wines made In California
superior to most Imported wines not found
In saloons for high class family trade
only. White Wines. Hed V'lnfs and Sweet
Wines, In cases of 12 quarts or 24 pints.
Riesling, light and dry, case quarta, W-OOj
Moselle or Sauterns, dry, case quarts,
$7.ou; pints. $S ).
Zlnfandel, red wine, case quarts, $e.00j
pints, 7. uu.
Burgundy, red wine, cass quarts. 87.00J
pints, uou. . ...
Champagnes, tine snd sparkling, caaa
quarts, $lfuu; pints, $14.00.
Cuvnax- Brsndles, re-Imported, caaa
quarta. $14.0t; piuts. $16.00.
We are sule western agents.
Omaha's Finest family Liquor Store.
AgsuU Jor JiUfltsf Jlya,
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