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TTTE OMAHA DAILT KEE: TUESDAY. APftlL 7. 1903.
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IHK BK.LIAHLE ll'VHB,
SPECIAL TUESDAY SALES
Great Purchase of Pearl Buttons
On Sale Today.
3,000 icro of pearl button secured at a mot fortunate pur
chase, on sale today at atartllng price. Theas buttons are In vari
ous styles and size m de of Imported and domestic pearl. They are
suitable for underwear, dresses and the faney waist trimmings so popu
lar this spring. Every style from the smallest to the largest-many In
this lot worth up to . Oc a dozen, today at f
1.5c, 10c, 5c, 2c
Finest Embroideries at 15c, 71c, 5c
. m i.. . .n.i.i .mhroMiri dir.
lUPMir will ua "l'rl .
tilth with the very finest embroiders,
nainsook and cambric or an wiatns.
' many are suitable for corset cot
era, worth up to 35c, at
25c Bolts of Lace at 5 Cents.
A spring offering of fine Valenciennes Lace. 2, too
bolts of excllent quality. There are six yards JJJ
in each bolt moat of, them -worth as high as
25c, today, . at, a bolt
35c Wash Laces at
Big lots of fine wash lace, both Insertlngs and galoons, showing the neat
est and daintiest patterns 01 iace.,
wide and showy styles, worth -
up to 8&o,- at
75c Corsets arid
These goods are made of English coutel
ribbons and lace.
They come in all
fancies, also white, drab and black
your choice of any In the lot at..
SUdium Low EeeL
ct Kieaooccnon or tmi amria awce.
Watch ' J
PROMINENT GERMANS COMING
lepra -enUtiYes of the Zaiieri Land Will
Visit Omaha in May.
THEY WILL INSPECT LIVE STOCK MARKET
Party Includes Namber of Owner l
Lars Estates la Germany Who
Coma to Stadr Asrrtcal
tara ta America.
The delegation of German agriculturists
that la to travel through the United States
during May and June will arrive in Omaha
. on May 14 and leave the following morning
over the Union Pacific for Ames, Neb.
For several years the German colleges
and the government have been studying the
theories of farming and stock raising and
year ago the German ambassador In
Washington mad overtures to Secretary
Wilson regarding the sending of such a del
egation as la now coming to this country
and he was told that every facility pos
sible would be given them to study those
things they desired to. The itinerary west
of Omaha Includes Watson's ranch, Denver,
Greeley, Colo., and Eaton, Colo. From there
they go direct to California, in Omaha
they expect to spend most of their time at
the stock, yards and the packing houses.
The party Is composed of the following:
Dr. Rltter Victor von Bauer, Bruenn, Aus
tria; Maximilian Buether, Posen, owner
of feudal estate; F. Dterman, Sanltx, Meck
lenburg, owner of feudal estates; F. R.
Brettralch. Munich, Bavaria, government
official; ITMrlch Behm, Kleetsow, Pome
ranis, agriculturist; Conrad Dietrich Cob
lonx, Speyer-on-theRh!ne; H. Eysenbart,
Rangsdorf, Brandonberg. owner of feudal
state; H7 Frederick Farber, Gera, agri
- If the teacher could
wipe away the blotches
from her akin aa easily
as she does the caricature
with its pimply face, she
wouia oe a nappy
Pimple and eruption
are more than a disfigure
ment to a woman, they
make her sensitive and
unhappy. The way to
I cleanse the skin is to
purify the Moor'- Dr.
Pierce' Golden ITedical
Discovery purines the blood, and re
move the clogging accumulation and
poisons which corrupt it. When these
re removed, pimples, boils, eruptions,
sores, aud other consequence of impure
blood are entirely cured.
For about one year and a half mv face was
very badly broken out," wnlM mIm Carrie
Ad. ma. of 116 Went Main St., Battltcrwk. Mich
I trx-nt a rt deal of moary with doctors and
for different kind of medicine, but received no
benerit. At but I obtained a bottle of Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Ducoverv. Before 1 had takea
ne bottle of tltia medicine I noticed a change,
and after taking three bottle I u entirely
cured. I caa well recommend Doctor Pierce's
Gnlttcn Medical Ducuvery to any one similarly
anlicud." , , . 7
Accept no substitute for the Discov
ery." .There is nothing; "just as good"
for impure blood and skin diseases.
The People' Common Sense Medical
Adviser, iooS pages, is given away. Send
at one-cent stamps expense of mailing
only, for the book in paper covers, orti
tamp for the volume hound in cloth.
ddxcM Dr. IU V. i-iwee, Buflalo, N. Y.
e vs: 2
r -..-.. , , ..... ,
Four lam bargain sauare piled
inserting, etc. In this lot are u!ase,
- 15c, 7c,'5c
' - . -
lnsertlnite, etc. In this lot are sulase.
10c, 5c and 2c.
ana gaioons, owing ma ucv
10c, 5c, 2c
Girdles at 29c.
and French batiste, trimmed la illk j
lengths and sizes,. In
ladies' welt and sole shoes
made of dongola and vici
on new, up-to-date lasts, all
sizes, and nearly all makes,
made to retail for
culturist; Dr. F. H. Flecken, Cologne;
Erich von Fleuge, Speck, Pomeranla, gov
ernment official; T. Fuehllng, Frechem,
Rhenish Prussia, director of large es
tates; A. Fuhrman, Berlin, agriculturist;
Kurt Gabler, Sorau, Brandenburg, agricul
turist; Arman Gain, Peek. West Prussia;
Bernard Gontand, Llepalc, agriculturist;
Charles Hanlch, Breslau, drrector of es
tates; H. Kloevekorn, Underwagen, owner
of estates; Victor V. Laffert, Brahlterf,
Mecklsnberg, lieutenant of the reserve;
Hans Lamp, Lelpsic, agriculturist; Dr.
Eugene Court Loeber, Loboslti, Bohemia;
E. Lomcks, Hoppenrade, Mecklenburg
Schwerln, agriculturist; Dr. Felix Under
man, Dresden, agriculturist; P. Moller,
Schllefenberg. Mecklenburg, owner of feudal
estates; Ferdinand von Prachter, Munich,
Bavaria, government official; C. Recholta,
Dolitx, Pomeranla, owner of feudal estates,
Walter Richter, Taplou, East Prussia, ag
ricultural Inspector; Fred Rueffer, Heidel
berg, student; Bernard 8achss, Welsslg,
Saxony, owner of feudal estates;' Jacob
Schloesser, Koeln, Ehrenfeld, student; E.
Schneppat, Neullenen, East Prussia, owner
of feudal estates; Count von Schnurbeln,
Rain, Bavaria; Ernst 81mons, Elberfeld,
agriculturist; Count Sohenk von Stauffen
berg, RIaetlsson, Wurtemberg; Charles
Skeen, Jr., Breslau, agriculturist; Fred
8taakman, Lelpsic; Anton Trelp, Elberfeld,
agriculturist; Prof. Vlel Hauer Mosback,
Baden, teacher of agriculture; A. Wadsack,
Tonnesraedt, province of Saxony; Dr. Mar
tin Wtlner, Berlin, agriculturist; C. Wink
ler, Lockwttx. Saxony, owner of estates.
To Our Farmer Friends.
Our barn is again open for transient
conveniences as formerly, and our old
barnmaster, Tom Baker and his assistants,
will be tickled half to death to see you and
take care of your horses and rigs while
you do youc trading in town. Very spe
cially would we like to ask you to visit
the store and meet your old fi lends there
and renew your trading with ua.
THE BENNETT COMPANY. .
Burlington Change Time.
Effective April 6 the Denver train leave
at 4:10 p. m.; tba Nebraska local for Lin
coln and west, 1:60 a. m.; Iowa local, :TS
Hawe $3 bats, Bptlng styles. Quality
guaranteed. Stephens Smith, opposite P.O.
Dr. Roy, chiropodist, wove, t ISM
AFTER BOYS FOR THE NAVY
I.leateaaat Ryan Arrive ta Omaha
asi Opens a Naval Reeratt
Lieutenant J. P. C. Ryan, U. 8. N., ar
rived In the city Saturday from Yankton
S. D., and at one proceeded to the estab
lishment of a naval recruiting depot her.
The party will remain her on week, go
ing from Omaha to Kansas City. The Navy
department has long believed that the best
recruits for the naval service are to be oh
talned In the west and for tbla reason Is
seeking men throughout this section. "The
term' of enlistment 1 three year." says
Lieutenant Ryan, "and the opportunities
for advancement to the position of warrant
officers is much trior favorable than In the
army. The pay is good and the aervlce
agreeable, giving, as It does, opportunities
for visiting all part of the world. The
service Is not rigorous, and with the re
markable improvement In naval archltec
ture, the conveniences aboard ship are lim
itless, and the opportunities for physic
and mental recreation are unsurpassed. "
Taat Awtal cola
and its terrible cough can soon be cured
by Dr. King's New Discovery for Consump
tlon. Try It. No euro, no pay. 60a, $L
For sal by Kubn 4t Co.
MATHI8 Kdwln R . ged M years
Funeral Wertnesdxy. April s. at ! p. m
from residence, 2aii i'opplatoa avenue.
HATDEN BROS. INVITE TOU TO CALL
EXQUISITE, BEAUTIFUL AND FASHIONABLE EASTER SUITS. SKIRTS AND
WAISTS. TOU WILL RECOGIZE THAT IT . IS THE, WISEST POLICY TO BUT
EARLY. TUESDAY IS AN IDEAL DAY FOR THE SHREWD ' BUYER. WE HAVE
DECIDED UPON SEVERAL BIO SPECIAL
Three hundred sample suit that just ar
rived by express, on sal Tuesday at 175.00,
166.00, $60.00, 155.00, $50.00, I4C.00, $35.00,
$30, $25.00 and $20. 00. ' '
20 women's suits, the Ilk was never seen
In Omaha before for the money. In 2$
distinct atylcs, some lined throughout with
ilk taffeta drop, beautiful stylish suits, on
ale at, only $18.50.
200 women' suit; these are garments
that sold elsewhere for $17.00, on sal
Tuesday at only $9.90.
75 excellent suits that are worth regular
ly up to $15, on sal Tuesday at $.0.
Beautiful sample skirt -In etamlnea.
voiles and crepe de chines, on sal at $46,
$35.. $25, $20 and $15.00.
400 sample skirts in rainy day and dress
sklrta. on sale at $12.50, $10.00 and $S.50.
1,000 women's skirt in black dress skirt.
silk skirt, walking akirts, some of these
SECOND WEEK OF THE
The greatest sale of silk ever held in
Omaha. The greatest excitement prevails.
Thousands of Omaha women are benefitted
by these remarkable bargains. , TUESDAY
WILL BE A BIG DAY.
Lotting Down Prices on Groceries
New fresh kiln
New fresh kiln dried
commeal, per pound
lbs. Saxony 1
I9C Shoe Oats
ALBERT EDHOLI71, JEWELER.
107 N. SIXTEENTH ST., OPPOSITE THE POSTOFFICB
. THE BIRD THAT LAYS THE GOLDEN EGGS will be at the above address
ALL OF EASTER WEEK. FRESH LAID EGOS already HATCHED OUT for sale
at EGGSACTLY the right price opposite the postofflce. "
A perfect jubjiitui for Havfd covl vt l62?xton
(Fine in a. befe burner, Eledatts for cookind.
VictorYhiie 1605 Fkrnam JlTel.127
JEWELERS AND WATCHMAKERS
We have' a fine assortment of American and Swiss, movement. In gold, gold filled,
liver and slrverlne cases, beside a special movement withmir own name and guar
antee, at very low prices, considering the quality. Our stdefrof Gold, Plain, Diamond
and other Set Rings comprise all of the finest and latest made.
P. E. FLODIYIAM 6l CO., JEWELERS
1514 CAPITOL AVENUE. '
PUT ON TRIAL FOR HIS LIFE
Thoma McGulgan Bespondi to Oh&ige of
Harder ii First DegTe.
HE WILL PUT UP CASE OF SELF-DEFENSE
Jada- Eatelle Hold that Scrapie
Aa-alnat Capital Paalahmeat' Af- '
ford Groand (or Chal
leaare of Jarora.
The trial of Thomaa MeOulgan, charged
with murdering John Patrick Murphy, whom
he fatally stabbed at Fourteenth and How
ard streets, February 28, was begun before
Judge Estelle yesterday morning.
Four of those summoned to the Jury box
stated In reply to question that they might
nave conscientious scruples against bring
ing in a verdict of guilty where the crime
charged 1 subject to capital punishment, a
In this case. This resulted In there being
raised a question as to . whether such
cruple afforded ground tor challenge and
Attorney English was given until afternoon
to look up authorities. He then read sev
eral and the court held that such circum
stance Is ground for challenge.
The state has twenty-eight witnesses.
lx of whom It Is holding in the county
Jail to make certain of their being avail
able when needed. Attorneys for the de
fense state that they will work entirely
upon . the theory of. self-defense. They
have six witnesses who saw the brawl and
five other for minor testimony. They
divulge the names of none of the prin
McGaiaraa la Rew Shoes.
MeOulgan appeared yesterday in new
ahoea and well-brushed clothes and was
otherwise groomed into very presentable
condition. The attendance at the trial
does not promise to be particularly large.
When court adjourned for the day there
were twenty-one men In the box. fifteen
had been excused and the defense was only
on Its eighth challenge. It may take all
this afternoon to get the Jury. The Judge
has declined to axcuse business men from
the new panel.
REED DIVORCE CASE AGAIN
Coaaea l Second Time that Di.aasl-
tlaa of Property Mar Be
The divorce suit of John Reed against
Matilda was back In district eourt today.
remanded from' the supreme court, which
held that the trial court was in error In
passing upon only the matter of divorce
( Sale Ten Million Boxes a Year.
TUB ' FAMILYf
AND SEE THE NEWEST AND MOST
have been ahown In our windows, they are
worth up to $10, on sale now for $4.95.
400 wool skirt Id one .great lot, worth
$5, on sal for $1.60. '
We show more waist than any bouse
between Chicago and San Francisco, the
variety I unlimited. We bay everything
In waist. Heavy whit waist on sale at,
$5.00, $4.00. $3.00, $2.00 and $1.00.
EXTRA SPECIALS FOR TUESDAY
60 doxen women' wrapper at 50c
. 26 doxen women' klmonas, In very pretty
patterns, on sal at 49c.
10 doxen women's klmonas at $1.00.
6 doxen women' klmona on sale $2.60.
200 women's silk and cheviot coata,
worth $$.60, on sale for $5.00.
On sample lot of women' spring coat
on sal for $2.60.
SAUPLE SILK BOLTS
30-MINUTE SALE TUESDAY AFTERNOON
from 1:30 o'clock until I o'clock, we will
sell 1,000 piece of black and colored silk
that actually sold for 60o, 75c and $1.00,
for this 80-mlnute sale at 25c.
..196 per package
3U per package
, , IflVIm
UC per package
and not upon the matter of alimony, Involv
ing $30,000 worth Of property, including the
Reed hotel at .South Omaha.
Yesterday's proceedings terminated when
the court sustained defendant's motion that
the plaintiff be not permitted to proceed
until be had compiled with the previous
order of the court granting tDmony, suit
money and attorney' fee. The plaintiff
stated he could not comply with this and
the case was dismissed at hi cost.
A Wonderful Chaaare.
Weak, sickly invalid are soon changed by
Electric Bitters into healthy men and
women. They cure or no pay. 60c. ' For
ale by Kuhn ft Co.
Farm Loans. Forgan-Haskell Co.,- 420 N.
Y. Life Building- Tel. 470.
! Announcement of the Theaters.
There was a larger demand for the May
musical festival tickets Monday than any
day since they were' placed on sale. Mr.
Penfold reports that over 800 seats have al
ready been sold for the entire season. These
season tickets are being sold now at $3.50
each, which entitles the bolder to the en
tire six concerts, being three evening con
certs on the 7th, 8th and 9th, and two
matinee on the 9th and 10th, at which the
Chicago Symphony orchestra assist the
May festival chorus choir of 150 voices,
which has been in training for the past
eight months by Mr. T. J. Kelly, and also
to the concert to be given by the full New
York Metropolitan Opera House orchestra.
with Nordlca and De Resske as soloists, on
This last concert alone has never been
produced tor less than $3.50 a seat, while
the Knight of Ak-Sar-Ben are putting the
entire alx performances before the public
tor this amount, which is lees than 60
cents for each concert. . .
Season seats will positively be taken
from sale on the 15th of April, at which
time single admission seat to the Nordlca
concert will be sold at $2, with $1 extra for
reserved seats. 'Single admissions to the
other Ave concerts will be $1 for reserved
Altogether there are 2.400 splendid seats
arranged at the den, so that those Intend
ing to take advantage of the low season
tloket rays, should eil at Mr. Penfold's
store, 1408 Farnam- street and make their
own selections while these season tickets
are on aale.
goes Street Railway Company.
John Bank has started suit against the
Omaha and Council Bluffs Street Railway
company for S5.000, alleging that he had
"the muctf membrane of hla mouth bruised,
torn and laacerated," and that he suffered
other injuries in an accident on the com
pany' line on Twenty-fourth street, be
tween C and 1 streets, in 8outh Omaha,
v a i
EVERY SCREW FITTED
The Alfred Bloom people of Omaha cer
tainly understand their business; every
CORNER, EVERY. SCREW . and EVERY.
MITKE, FITlliD TO A GNAT 8 HEEl
in our new nxturea which-were made In
this city by the above firm. We haven t a
case of SWELLED HEAD, BUT we will
have the SWEL.LEST drug store in these
parts soon an we get straightened up.
If you are not In the line, of customer
who are taking: advantage of our money
eaving price, we want you to be. . .
BOc Nervita. all you want c
11.00 Nervita, -all you . want... 75c
50c Murine, for the eye
$1.00 Peruna. all you want ,..61c
$1 Sexlne Pills, no limit ,.7oc
$1 Pierce's Prescription o
$1 Dr Butler's emale Regulator,, guar
$1 Crystal Tonic, no limit 75c
Wo Texas Catarrh Cure, one cures 40c
35c Genuine Castorla, . no limit 24j
16c Allcock's Plasters, all you. want 12c
tl Palno's Celery Compound io
t Celery Nervine, guaranteed 6oc
$1 Hoasack Sarsaparilla, the . best
spring tonic and blood purifier ..65c
$2 Chester' -Pennyroyal Pill $1-0-
'I'm Pnoaa 741 aad 7V?
. W. Car. lath as Chlaaata ta.
' - Mad In Omaha.
Just as good a can be made anywhere.
I Will wear twlc,aa long and
. coat no. more than factory harness.
We also have. Eastern Harness, such - aa
"Hllla or Concord" and other.
:We have more fine Coach and Runabout
Harness than all the departments, in
Still Take Old Harness 'in Exchange for New
We carry a full line of' saddles, suit'
nses. and all Horse Furnishings at low
Baoss kt( Tlma aUaa.
For Bale by
aCHAEFER B r'Jt ixATK DRUO BTORX,
1210 Farnam Street :
Telephone S14. '' V ' '
X MelloSv X
Y , The commingling of purity, Y
1 Y age and flavor make ', V
! M Hunter !
y kw.,M Baltimore x
x i I- X
a i I rv TV A
X I I A
X J A
X Jt X. Amrlr'a 1 A
O I AlLaULL.T.Jl " paruouiariy w
A T recommended to A
X lAii v women. because X
9 'VfjrY excellence.' Y
A wgff-'- Tke first Sought X
A T ' and A
0 1 Tke First Bought
A told t all tlnrt-eiaaa eUf mn4 lbbm O
I I lull mauUia and airec'iy n- (' f M
1 I niiau u luat aru. A. b7. m
iktu ana ciucaca aia vmaa.
Two Great Specials
$10.00 and 313:50
All this week we offer for sale what a personal in"
spection will disclose to be the greatest assortment
of men's spring suits from a quality and style
point of view, offered this season at anywhere near
the two prices quoted, We want to moke this week
a memorable one in this section o! our store. We
want to sell more suits than we ever sold in one
week. We want to break all previous records and
at the same time give our patrons values so great
that they will spread the news among their friends.
The Greatest Suit Values in America,
$1000 and $1350
The opportunity to procure a spring suit at a
most desirable saving should appeal to you with
irresistible force. These are suit vnluess upon
which we cannot lay too
The; Best Office Building' 1
. Moying is not pleasant to think about
except when the prospect of a handsome
office is in prospect'. You have to get up
a certain amount of steam to move, even
when you are driven to desperation by
Sprini? Time tevator
O tl.4. 1
. luul iiavtr uctru Jujjg iu uwu
IS of paint as well as soap and
always looks fresh and attractive be
cause it is never allowed to get out of re
pair. This together with efficient janitor
service make it a pleasant place to do
business. Besides this the rents are no
higher than in other buildings.
R. C. Peters & Co.,
Ground Floor. Bee Bids.
&Z2 U I
' ' We sell the celebrated Fleck's Easter
Egg Dye for So paokage, containing 1UU
colors and designs; by mall 7c.
If you live outside of Omaha write for
our Drug Catalogue. It tell you where
to buy lo.Ouo drug items at cut price.
Some eample prli-ea below:.
$1.00 Elker-Hoff Consumption Cure for 75c
By mall .. tso
JSc Mennen s Talcum Powder for ' lie
$1.00 Hwamp-Root (Kilmer's), we sell.. 74o
$1.00 Newbro's Herpkide. we sell 74c
&)o Syrup of F1g (genuine), we sell.... Sic
25c Mistletoe Cream, we sell 10c
$).0i) Wine Cardul, we sell Wic
Hmail uarnem Tea lor luc
lw pure 2-graln Quinine Pills for Kc
$1.00 Peruna for 6a
$1.00 I.lsterlne (Lambert's) for 6c
frK: Stuart's Dyvpepiila Tablets for 39c
One pound Mixed Bird Seed for 4c
loo Graves' Tooth Powder 12c
B"c Mull's Grape Tonic for 4a
2fic Kirk's Juvenile Soap for 10c
t&o Brown's Bronchial Troches for .... lftc
buc Williams' Pink Pills for 39c
$1.00 Kirk's Dandruff Cure 7ac
(The above Is warranted to cure aanarufl
in ten days.)
Write for our catalogue of Drugs, Per-
fumea and Rubber Goods.
Sherman & McConnsll Drug Co.
' Wholesale and Retail Druggist.
Cor. 16th -and Dodge Omaha, Neb.
. S. M- Uw Aim Jil tHM
'rM aaphal SM.Ma awvlM taxi tin..
USITRO STATUS DBPVBITORY.
t'mmk Uupfe,. yml4nl. ' a Wd4. tin flUUm
IMk. mkv. T T H.alKaa.
WE PAY CASH
Turn year old
books Into money.
Telephone B $57
and our represen
tative will call.
"Ye Old Booke Shop,"
141 FARNAM T.
of a good set of teeth is to be envied
above a mllllunafrv. He has that
which money cannot buy. Don'l delay
thtae precious organ of mastication.
UolJ (Towns, $5.0u.
Rings, Bracclrta, Brooches, Ixjrketa. Chains, Stick
Pins, Hat Pljia, Watches, Milling rillvwr Talcum Pnwdrr
Boxes. Halve Jars, uw,
beautiful, tasty piece.
tore look tor tne name.
S. W.LINDSAY, Jeweler
1816 Doui-Ua 5traeU
poor, janitor work, wretched
service and offices
I 1 J J
$3.50 Isn't Much.
But it' a good deal when you pay I
It for a pair of men' shoes that are I
worth do more than $3. B0 and for
aught you know, till - you're worn j
them a week worth less.
You never lake any chance when
you pay $3.50 for Drexel's men's spe
cials every pair has a value to their
nnd has our guarantee back of them.
Patent colt, vlii kid, bos calf and
All the new spring ttyle In botbi
high and low cut are now in stock.
DflEXEL SHOE GO.
Omani's UvU-Dati Shti Hoi)
1419 FARNAM STREET
i- tiell, anj tiunlr-l of
Spend a tew mlnutta at our
Iff BAlui ' 1
rrienaf in v ilea.
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