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THE OMAHA DAILY TIEE: WEDNESDAY, MAIICH 25. lf03.
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More Goods From the witzer Sisters' Stock
High Glass Dress Fabrics
Today as a special attraction we offer a vast stock
of latest silk and wool novelties from the Switzer Sisters'
stock. This superb New York dressmaking stock offers such
a multitude of bargains that counters and squares are piled
high every morning with absolutly new goods.
$1.00 WASH SILKS AT 25C YARD
All of the wash silks In heavy corda, stripes and fT FZZ3
check, that Switzer Sisters sold a high as 11.00 a
yard, go in thla dressmaking aale on main floor, allk
aisle, at, per yard
; $5.00 NOVELTY SILKS AT $1.00 YARD
- All of Switzer Sisters high cost novelty silks, many
exclusive waist patterns, for which they ask $5.00
yard'-your choice of the entire lot. In silk . .
department, at, a yard
SUk Orenadlnesat $1.00
Switzer Bisters entire atock of
allk grenadines, satin striped and
crepe de chine grenadines, many
exclualTe novelties In
so at, a yard
$2 Silks at 49c and 69c yard
Two Immense bargain squares of
high class silks In plain and fancy
taffetas, crepe de chines, satin
foulards, black silks of all Imagin
able qualities and fabrics, 4QC
worth from 2 to $3 a yard, g-r
go at, per yard 0"C
Switzer Sister's own importation of unmade dress robes, also etamines, silk
and wool voiles in all the spring colorings. Their price on many of these was
tS.oO and 9i.Oo a yard, your choice on main floor bargain -4 f(
square, tt, a yard. . . a A e VJ Vr
$2.00 DRESS OOODS AT 50C YARD.
Every yard of Switzer Sisters dress fabrics that they sold from $1.50 to $2
a yard. In broadcloths, aerges, silk and wool French mixtures, new sheet1 cre
pons, crepes, etamlnris, voile, nun's veiling, in black and colors, r A
your choice, per yard .OUC
CH ALLIES AT 39C YARD.
All of Switzer Sisters French challles, principally In short lengths,
enough for klmonas, bouse gowna and children's dreases, "
on sale at, a yard OVC
Laces from the Switzer Stock All the high class laces from the Switzer
Sister stock at less than one-fifth their actual worth. Finest galoons, eacurlai,
S'.ndy8ho' .en.. ?ro"m T'up aw. 1-98-98c-n0c-39c-2bc
Sale of Beautiful Embroideries Most beautiful assortment ever brought
into Omaha. Daintiest needle work ever shown at special sale. Suisse,
nainsooks, Hamburgs, etc. up OC. C-. EI"f ET
to 22 in. wide, many worth $1 ODC-OCMOC-IUC-DC
BOYS AND CHILDREN'SCLOTHING DEPT
A fine new stock of boys' and children's spring garments, on
THE THIRD FLOOR-PRICES ALWAYS THE LOWEST.
Biji'ii -II . 1111
IOHHER BROS. GET AGEJJOY.
Coatraet for Exclusive Aceaey
Alto .Milling; Co.'a Prodoct.
Sommer Bros., the grocers, have closed a
eontract with the Alton Milling company
whereby they become exclusive agents for
the product of this well known milling Arm
for Omaha and South Omaha. The Alton
Milling company has come Into consider
able prominence through -the excellence of
Its products and the discriminating care It
has exercised In producing a distinctly
healthful flour. The mill Is located in the
heart of a great wheat belt and uses In
manufacturing Its product the highest qual
ity of spring wheat. The flour Is said to
be free from deleterious Ingredients and to
contain a large proportion of gluten and
phosphate, the llte-sustalnlng elements of
who are performing soma seemingly Im
possible feats of the order of those so suc
cessfully travestied a week back by Col
lins and Hart. A matinee will be given
Annoancementa of the Theaters.
The distinguished English actress, Mrs.
Patrick Campbell, and her full London
company will be seen at the Boyd tonight,
the opening night of her engagement, in
''The Joy of Living." Thursday night she
will present "Magda" and at the 'special
matinee Thursday ahe will give "The Sec
ond Mrs. Tanqueray." With "Magda" and
"The Second Mrs. Tanqueray" the public
Is more ' or less familiar, but with "The
Joy of Living" comparatively little Is
known In this country. It was written by
Sudermann, the author of "Magda," and Is
considered a classic. It was given first in
Berlin one year ago and it created a sen
sation. Mrs. Campbell secured the English
and American righta. She gave it in Lon
don, where It created no leas Interest than
It did in Borlln, In New York and wher
ever she has presented it. It has set people
talking, All of Mrs. Campbell's plays will
be given with elaborate scenic investiga
tion.' The company Is said to be magni
ficent. Big bualness is the dally report at the
Orpheum again this week and under the
present circumstances thla popular vaude
ville theater bids fair to equal, if not sur
pass, the former run of business, which on
the whole haa been considerably above the
average this season. One of the features
that is well received is the Martlnettls,
The I'nlted States Circuit Cowrt De
cides that am Imitation of the
, In-er-Seal Trade Mark De
Ian la Unlawful.
The strongest evidence of the ever-growing
tendency toward purer food is mani
fested by the decision just rendered by
Judge Hasel of the United States circuit
court in favor of the National Biscuit
company, who sought protection against an
Infringement of their In-er-seal trademark
Judge Hazel's decision Is of great Im
portance to the public at large. He says
in part: "The proofs show that the Na
tional Biscuit company manufactures vari
ous kinds of bakery products, which they
place upon the market In special and dis
tinct cartons and packages. Upon the end
of each package or carton Is applied the
trademark. That the complainant's trade
mark and manner of displaying same at
tracts the public attention cannot he sue
cessfully disputed. And it is manifest that
the defendant deliberately and fraudulently
Imitates the trademark of the complainant
and In that manner designs to palm oil
his goods for those of the complainant."
Judge Hazel further orders that the de
fendant be enjoined from imitating or sim
ulating the In-er-seal trademark of the Na
tional Biscuit company.
It la Erie Railroad All the Way.
Travel via the Erie railroad from Chi
cago to New York. Every mile pictur
esque and every mile protected by safety
block signals. Through service to New
York, Boston and Columbus. Stop-over of
ten days allowed on all through tickets at
Cambridge Springs and Niagara Falls.
Lowest rates. H. L. Purdy, traveling pas
senger agent. Chicago.
Hawes $3 bate. Spring styles. Quality
guaranteed. Stephens ft Smith, opposite P.O.
Dr. Roy, Chiropodist, moved to 1505
A Savings Account
m fYim KC Infnra... - 1 .
The best provision for old age.
Open an account to-day.
Let some of the money you work so hard for begin to wo for yooT
W pay lour per cent, compound interest on Savings.
TK little I k. 1. M M . .
V "w wi vnK w n k. n w I 'jrniftfl TT TO MpOSltOT
,m trill hlD you to uv fwnv. C n ii
CITY SAVINGS DANK
Brown DlocK. Sistoonth and Douglaa Stroote
rs. J. Benson
Our new einbrouleru? this year are , es
pecially haudsome, iu iiaiiisooks and Swiss
Pretty tlt'signa iu blind and semi-blind patterns, cambric,
tiainsook and Swiss.
A large and handsome stock in the new medallions, pretty
galoons, headings, etc. ;
Our. lace department is full of all the new makes in Iace
llennaissauce, Duchesse, Hand Crocheted, Point Venice, Cluny,
Piano purchasers must not overlook
the bargains quoted below. We are
remodeling our entire xtore and ore
forced to sell about 75 Piano qulckly
to make room for the painters and
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One J. P. Hale- rtrn a
On W. . Kimball CI t r
X'" BIG BARGAIN
One sample rti d a C)
piano, only 4140
One Chlckerlna; sfi 4 -
apriaht, only fcplOd
Also a number of used Decker Bros.,
Knabe, Everett, Ivers & Pond, Scha&f
and Vose pianos at prices and terms
to suit all economical buyers. New
A. 14. Chaae, Steger & 80ns, Emerson,
Kteck, Mardman, Needhnm and fif
teen other standard makes at 20 per
cent ' discount during our remodeling
sale. Call earlv and get one of these
unprecedented bargains. ONE HUN
DRED new Pianos for rent, $3, 4,
So per month. Artlstlo tuning and re
pairing promptly done.
SCHMOLLER & MUELLER
The Money-Saving House.
Headquarters for Stelnway Pianos
and Self-Playing Pianolas.
1313 Farnam, Omaha, Tei, 1625
Iowa Branch: 602 Broadway, Council
Bluffs. 'Phone 368.
We are making some special prices
on Soaps and Perfumes. It ' will he
worth your time to look them orer.
Pear's Unscented Soap llo
Cutlcura Soap 20o
Packer s Tar Soap l5o
Armour's Pine Art Soap, box 18o
A full line of Colgate's Soaps, from
Ec a cake up to 35o
Wrlght'a Mme. Butterfly Extract,
Dabrook's LaSylva Extract, 01.... 40c
Rlckseckers Golf Queen Extract,
Colgate'a Italian Violet Extract,
La Capitol, a new odor, per' os
S, E. HOWELL,
Park Are. and LeaTtawortk St.
Two 'phones, 882 and F-1617..
CALL, US UP.
OAJ A MAM
It doea seen strange that some
dealers will buy space In a news
paper to advertise any old shoe.
It Is such a waste of time, when
.... ON I MOD
In the field. A man doesn't want
to know much else about a shoe
except that Onlmods are i
$3.50 and $2.50
A Well Selected
Pays the highest rate of interest con
sistent with absolute security.
We have had experience. We per
sonally examine every farm on which
we make a loan.
If you have Idle funds we can se
cure you a good Investment. Special
attention given to investment of trust
420 New York Life Bldg.
Forgan & Haskell Co.
I Fittinf Qualities IT Vwsncr
I It Is a fact eon-- B . ATI
M ceded by all re- B f l)T' '(rl
B tailers that Sorofls Mi A. .Vi
B nt, although some H V, .V'fsl Iht-I
of them claim to H' f VJ
have a line "Just Mi )T II
M aa good." They can- U I
Q not Imitate the -J5 TaJY'
flUIn qualities """Ka. T.'
comfortable iV. I
H ready - to - war T " f J) y Bj
B bho for women Uati ( 1
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Manufacturer's Samples of
PATTERN TABLE CLOTHS.
In New Domestic Room.
ON 8ALB WEDNESDAY MORNINO 130 rATTERN CLOTHS. WITH BORDER
ALL AROUND. Ft'LL BLEACHED. GUARANTEED ALL LINEN. UP TO t YARDS
LONO AND 60 INCHES WIDE SOME OP THEM SLIGHTLY SOILED BUT MOST OF
THEM PERFECT MADE TO SELL AT (3.00 ALL GO IN ONE LOT AT $1.29 EACH
MANUFACTURER'S SAMPLE NAPKINS
On sale Wednesday morning, 200 dozen
sample napkins, guaranteed all linen and
full blcarhed, size 21x21. some are slightly
eolled, but roost of them perfect, made to
sell for $2.00. per dozen, all go In one lot
at $1.19 per do.in.
25c quality extra heavy, bleached sheet
ing, 81 inches wide, at 20c a yard.
c quality yard wide L. L. muslin, 10
yards for 33c.
IRe quality dotted swiss at lOo a yard.,
10c quality striped and checked nainsook.
at Be a yard.
2Sc quality 40-Inch India llnon and lawns,
at 10c a yard.
WEDNESDAY IN THE DOMESTIC ROOM.
COTTON DRESS GOODS
25c Imported madras, 36 Inches wide, on
aale at 15c a yard.
35c Imported madras, finest goods made,
and finest styles made, at 19c a yard.
A fine class of madras, 20c quality, in
this sale at 10c a yard.
French plaids, regular 25c goods, at 12ViC
Scotch plaids, regular 15c goods, at 10c
12c black sateen at ?Vio a yard.
25c mercerized black satin at 12V4c yard
Extra wide seersucker gingham, fine
styles, heavy cloth, in length from 2 to 12
yards, on sale at Be a yard.
10c quality flannelettes, on sale at IHo
A yard wide chambray, fine goods,-regit
lar 25c quality, at 10c a yard.
Thousands of other bargains too numer
ous to mention.
WOOL DRESS GOODS SALE
In 'high grade dress goods department.
Wednesday our specials will be Any
$1.60 voile, mistral or etamine, in black and
colors, will go in this sale at 98c.
Any $1.98 spring suiting will go at $1.85.
Any 75c fancy wool walntlng will go at
Any 75c silk striped challle will go at 68c.
SPECIAL RIBBON SALE WEDNESDAY
In our main aisle.
We will, as a specialty, make rlbboa or
naments of all kinds, and Anna Held bows
free of charge to any purchaser of ribbons
at this counter. We will make special
price on ribbons for this sale of 10c, 15c
SPECIAL SALE all week. LESS THAN One hollow ground lenses. 98e.
HALF PRICE, gold filled, 10 year guaran- Steel nickel plated spectacles, complete,
teed frames, $1.6$. 49c. .
Alumlnold spectacles or eye glasses, with No charge for eye examination.
Today the Sals Begins
In the Basement.
2,000 pairs Ladles' Oxford Ties,
89o and 98c
1,800 pairs ladles' real $2.50 Don
. gola Lace Shoes, light and
medium solea, gq at
1,600 pairs little" gents', youths' and boys'
75c, 9801.19 and 1.25
We place on sale
. All the Bench
Made Hand Turn
and Welt Shoes
for ladies' wear, made to retail for up to
$5.00, $6.00 and $8.00 a pair, and put the
price down to
52.50, 53, $4 and 55
This Includes the finest hand sewed
and band welt, light and medium and
heavy sole shoes, in Imported Ideal kid,
patent calfskin, enamel calf, patent colt.
Surpass kid,, ylcl kid, willow calf, In
button and lace, plain tips and "patent
tips. In every kind of heel.
This Is the greatest and finest assort
ment of shoes ever put on Bale In any
store in the United States.
All the ladles' shoes that were I ft Q
made to sell tor $3.50 go at. . . . IiUO
We have cut the
regular prices of
these fine Ro
shoes for children's wear Just
about half price.
On Second Floor
Cut from $5.00
1.98, 2.50, 3.00
Full Set of leeth, $3
Graduate dentists admitted to our course
for $lx.OU. We make monry by leai'hinK
our course and don't need to charge sucn
n r--r All Work
- C'haiKH for
$5.00 Gold Crowns. $3.00
IN ORDER TO INCREASE OUR CM NIC
we want every mnn, woman and child to
have their mounths examined by the pro
fessors of thla college.
fimall charges for material.
We do aa we Advertise.
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
Maltca Most I fat Prcsaat,
Set of T.elh $3.i. ui-fOnM Flllli.i.7r. up
Teeth extracted free iKllllrgj from. 28c, up
22k Gold Crowns.. Jbridga Work. i 86. 4ip
OF PA1NI.KS.S DENTISTRY
1522 DOflJI.AH STREET. RfjOM 4.
Open Daily; Ms his Ull . unus, to 4.
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in Men's Ctothes
Yon know the kind
of a suit yon would
have made If you got
It from the custom
tailor. Tou can get
It here at $7.60. $ 10,
112.50, flS, $18 to
$22.60. There Is such
a variety of pat
terns, fabrics and
styles In the famous
H. 5. & IT hand
tailored clothes for
men that yon can find just the suit
you're looking for. Come In and try.
If yon're not satisfied, don't buy. Hay
den Bros, are proud to haxe exclu
sive agency for these superior, perfect
fitting clothes. They have all the little
"kinks" end new Ideas that go to make
up a stylish, wearable suit
Alterations Made Free of Charge
Hayden Bros. . Insist upon every cus
tomer being perfectly fitted. . We have
tailors to insure "this. Doesn't cost you
anything. Brings us business. You
can't be fitted better anywhere at any
Mr, N. Assmann
Mr. N. Assmann is an experienced
tailor. lie will be glad to fit your garments
to you individually. lis takes pride in
doing it right.
Selling the Most Clothing In Omaha.
Asked If it wasn't," Just
lovely" to be so tall,
large policeman said, "res,
it's all-right for looking
over borsca heads, but when
it comes to buying ready
made trousers, it's H-!"
What else can one expert?
The clothing made for an
Imaginary man never baa,
never can, never will cor
rectly Ot the real man.
The clothing that our
New York cutter will cut
for you and that our skilled
garment makers fsihlon for
you, will fit you fit you all
over fit you faultlessly
fit you in the way that will
make your friends say,
"where did you get the
$25 to $45 is the spring
suit price range. Top
coats, $25 to $45.
1710-12 FiraaiB Si
Pbsac 1108 its Bulldi it
Court House Is opposite.
Rational bank ot Omaha.
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UNITBD BTATHm DRitiKITOHVA
lint r tc
Boys' Suits at $2 and $3.
Today wc wish to call mothers' attciv
tion to two of the greatest lines of
boys' suits that was ever offered in
Omaha for the price. These suits
were bought for a particular purpose,
at a particular time, by our particular
buyer and we can say that they are
the best value that this or any other
store has ever offered
Made of all wool cheviots and cas
si meres several colors to choose
from The styles are "Norfolk," sizes
4 to 12 years, and the "double-breasted
Jacket," 8 to 16 years Made to retail
FOR THIS WEEK
Made of high grade materials; many
colors to select from perfect fit
guaranteed We have them In "Nor
folk" style, sizes 4 to 12 years, and
the "double-breasted jacket," sites 8
to 16 years made to retail for $4.00.
HERE ALL. THIS WEEK AT
Dewey & Stone Furniture Go
L.EADIXO FIRKITIRE UOUSB Iff TUB WEST.
1115-1117 Farnam Street. i
: WE IHVITE COUPARISOH IN PRICES.
DEWEY & STONE FURNITURE CO.,
. III5-IU7 FARNAM STREET.
We are showing- the latest
prlngr designs In furniture for
the dining- room. The quaint
the artistic the massive in
sideboards, china cases, buffets
and extension tables are all
displayed in large variety and.
at exceptionally low prices.
China Cases at from
$13.25 to $73.00
Extension Tables at from
$7.50 to $100.00
Buffets at from
$11.50 to $116.00
Sideboards at from
$12.75 to $175.00
Sometimes you return home from your trip with a rather
empty game bag- and naturally feel kind of blue, but your blood
Is up, when you have been successful and a heavy baa: to show
for It. However, a true sportsman la never dlscouraared, he
thinks, I'll get 'em next time, but being- kind of tired out, he is
thinking- about getting- something to fix body and soul up and
he's got it (never goes hunting without taking a good aupply
ilong-) Blue Klbbon Beer. A bottle of that works wonders,
makes him feel pretty near like starting out again even at
the risk of getting "bkunked." Sportsmen appreciate the real
value of Blue Ribbon Beer they know U tastes good and Is good.
Storz Brewing Company,
r-r tmmmm'l ' ' m r-saaiiaaii m 1 mym ,
It's Suro Death
If there is any ohe thing which will make
houaewlfe ABSOLUTELY CRAZY tfa a
bedbug and if there is any one thing whloh
will completely annihilate bedbugs ami
cockroaches it's flCHAKKER'8 Sure Death.
Comes in (our sizes pints, 15c; quarts, 2ac;
half gallons, ihc; gallons. "c. A pint
oil can with long spout free with 60c or
90c sixes, or 5c extra with lac or 'i'oc sixes.
WE DELIVER ANYTHING WE HELL
AT ADVERTISED PRICES any plure In
the city. We cut prices so low that It's
making other druggists crazy. Compare
these with what you are paying:
8iu Genuine Caatorla (all you want)....
1100 Peruna (nu limit)
SI. 00 Miles' Nervine (we didn't sign up)
IGo Allcock'k i'lanert (no Umlt
DOc Loan's Kidney Pills
I Lint OsomuTslon
11.00 Warner's Safe Cure
l.U) (Tamers Kinney Cure (guaranteed) 7nc
fl.00 Iter's malt Whiskey (Want It?).... 6:'c
11.00 Pure Canadian Malt Whiskey 7&c
bo Moeller's Cod Liver Oil Wo
i&c Pierce s Pleasant Purgative Pellets.. Vis
DRUQ STOft E
Two riaa T4T a TOT.
W. Car. 10m CkUacs ata.
Pure Witch Hazel, quart
Zuo Bromo Seltzer
Carters Liver Pills ;
23c Chamberlain's Cough Cure.... ,
Packer's Tar Soap ,
26c Plso Cure 13
11.00 Scott'a Emulsion M 74o
Jayne's Vermifuge u0
German Klmmel Bitters , 76o
Pear's Unscented Soap tto
Nurses' 'Clinical Record Sheets, per
block of fifty sheets jjg
Therej a-HoIo of jvtui&.cl.on ekboui
Jl perfect jubjtituta tor nurd com vt f OV Ak. ton
fine in v bAfe burner, led&.nt for cookind.
A Couf h Remedy
Aak your drusgUt. or tend 29c to Howell Drug Co., Otaaba, Neb.
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