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THE OH ATT A DAILY BEEi WEDNESDAY, ArRIL S, 1003.
As usual. BRANDKI9' READT
We closed out AN ENTIRE PETTICOAT FACTORT located In Brooklyn,
Nsw Tork. ,
The Arm ws bought these of wars dissolving partnership and called npon
us to bid on their entire stock. . '
CASH CLOSES THE DEAL.
la consideration ef the coooeeslon
made us la taking tba stock we prom
Ism not to divulge their Sanaa. . Tba
petUraals ara her and ga oa aala ts
uiuf ror. Tbey ara made ta Os moat
up-to-date alyla ami ara the kind that
gjvs that qmumly graoa t tha skirt.
The bars m deep acoordnen pleated
flounce, also dusters of ruffles and
knife pleated. The materlala ara tba
finest qualities of mercerised silk,
satin luxtnaJ and Ilka silk tn black
and tandem. There never waa an In
stance whea tbeee petticoat m
aold for less than $Ua apises and us
. to 12. Td thoroughly appreciate thesa
extracrdlcary valuta yos. mut aea
them. Bala begtoa tomorrow nwn-nlng
at I o'clock. Take ysur choice ef snr
In the entire lot at
$1.50 and $2.50 Gloves at 85c.
Our great sale of water splashed gloves has created a furor In Omaha.
Most of them untouched by water, none worth less than '"OK A
11.60 and up to $2.50 a pair, suede and dressed kids, .WWW
tomorrow, a pair .
Salt of Pearl Buttons made of Finest Import- Tnm4frm-Tpm r
edand domeitic pearl worth up to 50c dot at IOC IVJC 3V
Great Easter Millinery Bargains
73c Flowera at 25c.
Thousands upon thousands of handsome bunches of silk and 'velvet roses,
lllaos. children's wreaths, pretty June rosea, snowballs,
American Beauties, cherries, geraniums, etc., regular
7S Taluea, Wednesday
V- V S VSCB
. -, 75c and $1 Mercerized Veatlnr at 29e
' .This season's extremely popular Testings and waist ox
fords, panamaa, new tones of
color and effect, at
StyHshvEaster Clothing for Boys
IN OUR NEW BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHINQ DFPT
ON THE THIRD FLOOR.
13.00 BIXB ETHIC H SAILOR BtJIT AT 13.60 In full Bailor
blouse, trimmed with white, red or black soutache, pants are
lined throughout, 2 to 10 years, 15 value, one pair to V C A
eaob customer, while they last aV3U
. BOYS' CONFIRMATION SUITS--Black clay were teds, cheviots,
thlbets, ta long and abort pants, two and three-piece stilts, with
out discount the beet ever offered, at
$10, $7.50, $5, $3.98, $2.98
8PETNO SUITS FOU MEN A special Eaater offer
worth $12.00 and $15.00 at $10.00 and
SELEE TALKS OF OLD DAYS
leoallf tha Tim Whan Ha Managed
Pennant Winners in Omaha
SAYS GAME IS MORE EXPENSIVE NOW
Psya v)maha the Comaltaneat Being;
Good Ball Town AH Times
. em WostBr of Bast
Manager Prank Belee and his club of hall
players, representing Chicago la the Na
tional league, are at th Millard during
the three days they will play In Omaha.
Mr, Seleo is an old Omahan, In that he
managed the famous teams of '88 and '89,
winning tho pennant tha latter year. In
speaking of old timea, ha remarked yester
day morning that they were great days and
that "tha team that Omaha bad then waa a
"Of course," continued Mr. Selee, "It cost
money to keep up such a team aa that was,
but Omaha waa a good base ball town, even
In those days, and from all accounts has
Improved wonderfully since then. What
Omaha needs to keep up Ita enthusiasm la
a good, clean playing team and I am sura
It will nsver lack patronage. In 'XI my
team cost me more than $20,000, and the
following year, when I retrenched and bad
the best team of tb two yrs. It only cost
tue $12,000. That was the year that I dis
posed of a host of good men to the major
leagues. . . , .
. "Those seemed large sums of money to
spend on a team la the old days, but do
not compare with what It costs to run a
club now.' The team that Omaha baa .today
costa twice aa much to run aa my team
did those two years. The salaries that
playera are receiving are large and eat up
a goodly aum at the start and then . there
are expenses right along, With a good
ball town to work in, though,' a man should
be able to come out above board at the
end of the season. - -
Talks of Hla Owa Its.
"My team? Pretty goodT Well, 1 think
ao. Since we left Chicago on March T we
have been playing nearly all of the time
and we have only lost three games, and
these were not bard to us. The team baa
Its weak spots, but every day It Is Improv
ing. The boys are not bitting their beat
aa yet and the weeding out process la prob
ably not quite complete. There Is one
thing I have, though.' That Is a' staff of
pitchers. There are seven of tbem and they
are good ones. ..
"Omaha looka Just the same to me as. It
did twelve years ago, only larger and
livelier. It seems good to be her and to
have an Interest In Omaha's base ball team,
even If It la a negative Interest." , '
The Bennett Company. .
EASTER LILIES! EASTER LILIES! C'
The big sale of Easter lilies Is on. at
Bennetts! We have thousands of them.
They beautified the store on Saturday and
they will beautify 'your home even more
than they did the store!
CHEAP! ONLY 1BC A FLOWCR.
Hardin Heavily Fined.
William Harding, who was arrested on
March 12 upon the charge of ahootlng with
Intent to kill, and whose arrest was the
culmination of a dispute which arose in a
boarding houxe at 1X13 Douglas wtreet re
garding the right of occupancv. was given
hla hearing in police court yesterday morn-
A grain and fruit Coffee nourishing and invigorating.
SOLO BY ALL QKOCKKtV.
, ' Capital aa4 Surplus. SlQa.QOS.GS.
Every Woman ,
(hould bavs a Savings account !
Many a nan baa been saved from financial ruin by the savings of a thrifty wife.
Wa welcome tha accounts ef women and pay 4 per cent, compound interest en
Accounts my be opened with any aum, from St op.' "
Our Utile steel banki whirs w furnl.a five "
kelp torn t. save money. Call a4 fet en.
CITY SAVINGS DANK.
rm BleeH. SIzteontH and Deuglee S
EARS. J. BEMSOM
Kid Gloves for Easter
Jf jou want the best kid glove made remember Pen-in leads all
others. Dressed gloves tn all shades, including Opera and Pastel.
Prices $1, $1.50, $1.75 and $2
Elbow length in White, Black and Mode,
' Street gloves In Djgakla and Mocha, Prices $1.00, $1.5. 11.75
Children's Spring Coats
From the first long coat up to 10 years, qualities in light
weight wool, Sicilian, taffeta and moiro eilk, prices $1. 50
to $12.00. SEE THE NEW WAISTS AND SKIRTS.
1313 ramam St.
Describes our tremen-
Ly. nous SPECIAL PUR
CHASE SALE. $80,000 worth
of tlandard 1903 rianottecured
from three ovrr$tockd famous maJt-'
trt to be told, in a limited time, at
on actual discount of SO per cent off'
eaitern price. . .
$375 PS? $2025
titedhigh quality juttly popular
CHASTE PURITAN Model
choice veneers toed by many great
$425 PS $297"
toned beautiful detigni and
450 Ton0 $315
MODIFIED COLONIAL Ar
tistic modern styles new detignt
selected wood ,
FLORENTINE MODEL Cel
ebrated for purity and volume of
$500 j" $350
GRAND Hand Carved heavily
panelled in . rare and excellent
UNUSUALLY EASY CREDIT
TERMS Only to. 00 per month
do deposit required from re
eponalble persons. ,
AT 20 TO $0.
002 Broadway. Co. Bluffs.
Ing. The charre of shootina; with Intent
to wound was dismissed and he was held
upon the charge of assault, preferred by
A. Ia. McClellan. He was found guilty and
waa sentenced by Judge Berks to pay a
, Take Flao's Cure for Consumption. It will
euro yeur oeugh. 25o. By all druggists.
Tha Blab; Dlaaaoaa Ezaresa
leaves Buffalo dally via the Lehigh Valley
Ballroad, for New Tork. A la carte dining
car service and luxurious parlor and day
coaches. - .
COMMERCIAL CLUB AFFAIRS
Executive Commltte Takes lfotlce of
Obaaxloaa Odors from -oath
The aroma of the South Omaha packing
houses received serious consideration at tbe
meeting of the executive committee of the
Commercial club yesterday. A committee
reported that there are but one or two
offenders at the Magic City whose capacity
to produce byproducts Is In excess of the
capacity to properly care for the same, but
that additional tanks are to be constructed
as eoon as material arrives and then tbe
trouble will be over.
The committee turned down two . repre
sentatives of tba Commercial ' Travelers'
Journal who came to the city for the, pur
pose of collecting funds for use In securing
a uniform Interchangeable mileage book and
a lower fare for commercial traveler, west
of the Missouri river. Officers of tbe Travelers'-
Protective association present de
nounced the scheme and said that tbe as
sociation Is ' doing all that can be done
toward securing Interchangeable mileage
Foster. Avery A . Co.. of ' Portland, Me.,
writes the club to ask for a building In
which a retail clothing store can 'be con
ducted In Omaha. In regard to the pro
posed Ashland-Sioux City line of the Bur
lington, officials Informed 'tbe club that
nothing had been decided upon, the surveys
now being made are preliminary and that
when the time came for locating tbe road
the claims of Omaha weald be considered. .
New members elected were: A. O. Charl
ton, C. F. Harrison, E. J. Sullivan and
Rev. A.. S. C Clark, pastor-of the Second
Presbyterian church, who was made aa
Htr Germ Deatrayes.
Dr. King's New Discovery kills consump
tion and grip, germs. Cures coughs, colds
and luug troubles or no pay, 60o,'$l.
For sale by Kubn tz Co.
Nolle to Farmers aad Oat-of-Towa
Our big barn corner 17th and Howard'
has a whole floor for . your convenience
as formerly. Tour old acquaintance, Tom
Baker, looks after It and knows bow to
care for your horses and' rigs while you
are doing your trading. He will be glad
to meet you and we will be delighted to
see you In the store and get your business.
It savea you money!
THB BENNETT COM PA NT.
Wabash R. R.
St. Louis and return $11.50. Sold April
?-27-29-!0 and May 1. New Orleans and
return. April 11-12-13. May l-a-l-t. In
formation, City Office. 1601 Farnam St., or
address Harry E. Moorea. O. A. P. D.,
Hawse $1 bate, spring sty ire. Quillty
guaranteed. Slcpbena A Smith, opposite P.O.
Dr. Roy, chiropodist, utovea te ISOt
Baa-llaatoa tktH Time.
Kffsctlvs April t tha Denver train leavea
at 4:10 p. m. ; the Nebraska local for Lin
coln and wcat. I id a. to.) Iowa local, f:l$
u a U Lf
THK R KM ABLE SIOHK
We have taken 40 excellent sample auKs,
beautiful creations, as shown In our win
dows for the last few dsys. We have too
many of them and have aelected the above
number from our $50. $60 and $Si suits snd
will put them en sale for tha
balance of this week at
7o Want Every Wo
man in Omaha tho Soo
tho Bargains Wo Ilavo
to Offer on Wednesday.
at H. $10.
100 aults that have sold
$11 and $16, oa aale
An unmatchable bargain, women's peau
de sole silk coat, slies 12 to 48;
beautiful creations on sale
$5 sample peau de sole and taffeta coats,
lined and Interlined, that have been sell-
100 women's black all wool cheviot roats,
Bilk lined and worth $10
on sale at
83 womens' suits that have sold at $35,
$40 and $45, on sale for Wednes
day, Thursday and Friday
50 suits that have sold at $25, $27.50 and
$30, on sale Wednesday,
Thursday, and Friday at....
100 suits that have sold at $18.50 and
$20.00 on sale-' Wednesday
' 50 silk underskirts. In reds, blues, ess
tors, pinks, old rose and . C Afl
blacks for, each UaUU
75 silk underskirts, in all colora. Includ
ing black, flounce and ruffles, would be
heap at $12.60 (1 (Ifl
sale price only UaUU
WOMEN'S SKIRT SALE
. 100 sample skirts, msde of voiles, eta-
mines and silks, beautiful creations, en
sale $20.00, $16.00
1 tables women's rainy-day skirts, secur
ed from two manufacturers' stocks, worth
up to $5.00
on sale at
20 distinct and aeparate styles In rainy
dav skirts, made like those you pay $10
EXTRA SPECIALS FOR WEDNESDAY MORNING
Special No. 1. One' table womens'
waists In' beavy Testings, lawns, alpacas
and etamlnea and silks In all the
new atyles, worth $6.00,
One table.' of womens' walata for 60c.
Read great sales on page T.
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UU4V IMSUJ LSU0
OUR BUSINESS REPUTATION
ta Involved in every suit of clothes we produce.
We 'cannot afford to permit an unsatisfactory result.
When- you wear a suit we make you. you'll bscr yuur wtsk tor tsxaruush
We have the finest line of Imported woo tens tn tbe eftx. ' Bsfts from
$35.00 to $40.00. - '
; J.; A; Kervan Tailoring Company
-r .V. l6i6 Fara am Street
We know you'lliUe
Equally ffoocl for bajeburneror coo kind
Victor, ile l605F4xrnojj JtTel. IZ7
Full SetDf Taeth, $3
Qrednate dentlstb admitted to eur course
for $100.00. We make money by teaching
our course and don't need to charge such,
$5.00 Gold Crewns, $3.00
TK ORDER TO INCREASE OUR CLINIC!
we want every man, woman and child t
bava their mounths examined by the pro
fessors of this college.
Small charges for material.
' We do as we Advertise.
Bet of Teeth. 13.00. iipl Gold Filllnaa.7tn. up
Teeth extracted tree, r iuings rrom..2wi, up
22k Oold . Crowns..; J Bridge Work.tt.86, up
UNION DENTAL COLLEGE
AP4V-6 sWUVIWrto aj wa-ai a. w tu "W
Open Dally: Nights till a. Sundaya, I to 1
. R DAILY
The Only Deubla)
. between the
and Chicago. .
in . Sunburst Skirts
(tbe Coming Fad.
For street or evening
wear, made with or -without
' Nobby accordion plaited
skirts flounces and ruffles,
Pineapple plaits and Juby
box plaitings, etc.
OMAHA PLAITING &, MFG. GO.
1510 Howard. Tel. 3256.
8.10 PM THE OVERLAND LIMITED
Mncnlttrant tolld dull; trMn ta Chtewto. Compart,
swnt and drawing-room almalng can. Horary. antra
burbar. batU, wtevboo. dtntns car. ud ebaarrMloa
an. ElactrU Usblail throoahout.
8.00 AM THE ATLANTIC EXPRESS
Follmaa drawing. room aad tsariat iaaplns can aad
dlalns eara, aad fraa raallalas ehalr cara.
5.50 PM THE EASTERN EXPRESS
' Pullman drawtas room aad tanrlal aloaplng eara,
trMracliaioialiaif eaia, baSat Ubrsr, ui usaias
eara. Uialas a
2 OTHER DAILY TRAINS
DnwtfurroosB twaplafi vm, m
sd llhravrv ttri auia rr M
UhlOaalO. dVlBlllffl aWlaV.
I 0 E5 AM raJvrB"!.! an
2 DAILY TRAINS
7 35 AM owaabaa.t0a W v,w
1 Ct. DU Pallaaaa alaavtaa an IraKM Ubrary
W n aanaad Ira mauaias aaaii
DU Ta rrraaat. Bartbaaf Oakdala, Marfblk.
I m Ixiaa l lna. I'aapar. Mot rtprtnaa. '
wood and Laad. ThronsB racilalas aaau aarai K
au ataaptas oar aamoa.
I U To Framont, Bortbaar. Korfolk, vardl.
AM ara. BoaaaMal aad tba BoawimaVIadiaa
CITY TICKET OFFICE,
1401 and 1403 Farnam Street.
K M tbraar Waam aad JAd Ma
SaiHa aad l.un
S a Wad. iiii.I al
r V M.Nriliaa mm t-mr
At this office you cau
buy tickets to and from
Europe via almost every
line crossing the Atlantic
the slowest and cheap
est, as well as the fastest
and highest priced. Kates
are as low as the lowest.
Now is the "time to
C. A. RUTHERFORD,
Div. Pas. Aft.,
I II Lai ' 1 ilr MM aarga--iXgrV
Choose from the fairest price ntid largest
stock In all Omaha. v
Today a new shipment goes on sale. They include a
large assortment of blue serges and black clay worsteds
just tlie thing for confirmation.
Here is a Great Special.
A pure all wool blue serge suit, with 7
fine linings and trimmings -v.svu
The color is absluotely guaranteed. They
come in sailor blouses 3 to 8 years, Norfolks 3
to 12 years, double breasted jacket style, sizes
8 to 15 years. '
Special all this week at $2.25. They are worth
LITTLE FIXIN'S FOR THE BOYS We show a
great variety of shirts, collars, cuffs, hats, ties, shoes, at
prices that are more than reasonable.
- i i naamm.
Develops hla innarlra and
strength by constant tier,
rlae. Bat bealdea eaerclas
bis body- meeds healthfal,
strengthen In sr food la or
der to . keep op thla
If after bis exercise ha avosld drink
n bottle of that famona Bin Ribbon
Beer, which in ttaelf will prove n
nntrltlone food which will atlmnlats
hla appetite, he will reap the real
benefits and be an athlete In tha
brondeat sense of the word. If yoa
nre not already nalna: It try Bine
Ribbon Beer It will work wonders.
Yon enn bars a caae delivered la
yonr boase by dropplnsj a card or
STORZ BREWING CO..
When you want a Trunk, r wast tas sot.
and If you can get the best for tha same or
less money than you can get a poor trunk
then you will be satisfied on the trunk
Anything; In trunks eult case traveling
ukri o,l rignt prices we mass mem.
V OMAHA TRUNK FACTORY. 1209 Farnam.
(WHY AM I UKL)
Some uieo are like a
buzz-saw sing; loudest
when rubbing a knot.
" It's when we rub a knot
meet a bard-to-flt man
that our taUorlng talent
shines. It's then that our
skilled New York cutter,
our wide range of fab
ricsour expert staff of
garment-workers .get , In
their best licks.
We want you to come
here for your this Spring
Bult or Topcoat prepared
to kick If everything Isn't
, O. K. You'll see how
we'll please you.
Our $35 Spring Suits
are "three-time winners."
1710-12 Farnam St..
none I80S. Bee Bslldlar.
Court House ta oppoalta.
flHEl GRIP IX 0JH DAY.
Slopa that Ache In the Bones, Back
and Head. Makes you feel better after
the first doae.
Relieve. Headache and That
Dose! Take one every two or three
hours till three are taken, then wait
till next day and reiat a before, if
not entirely well. THEY ARE HARM-
l.KHM. good thing to ktep li.m.iy,
snd when you feel an attack comtntt
on, take one and it will ward oft s
severe attack. The directions to taka
but three a day does not mean that
there would be danger In taking more.
They could be taken all day and irnht,
but we nnd from experience that ttire;
s dav la all that ia neceimary.
With few exceptions. It li not neces
sary to take them a second day. Tak
ing med'ilnc after a cure has been
Kroduced like pouring water on a
re after he tire la out. Take them
only when you feel the need of them.
If rapauli cannit be swallowed, emp.y
contents and take aa a powder,
y I'KKHAHEll ONLY BV
Park Ac. and Leavenworth It.
Two Thonea. snd F-1MT.
Graduate In Fharmacy. Omaha, Neb.
CALL, I'D UP.
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
eat Agrlealtaral Weekly.
not need a new run-a-bout
or surrey Just
yet possibly the old
harness will last a
bit longer, but It' 'will
do no harm to look
oyer our new' stock
of carriages and
horse furnishings. -
If You Need
ANYTtllNQ ON WHEELS
Anytlilnr for a Horse,
Come and aea us.
1516-18 Capitol An.
Ready for Business
At the Old Stand.
Tim' think k.n.iu. ... w.vKH
A BIT that we are unable to wait on trad,
for we have plenty of help and are glud
Indeed to attend to the wants of all patrons
or to have any one come In snd sea how
cfxmiE8 'NU T lAJOK ,N OUU NK'
our new soda fountain will soon be In
stalled and then UiCK BAUNDER8, our
expert ulenaer, will be g:ad to show all
T""" "pr anouia taste.
iur mull nrrler dt.nu ri m.... i L. .. . i
. . ... niiLti imi wen ex-
teptlonally bnay of late, but we are still
auio iii promptly nil your order If y
oul of town and are tired of oavfn
ular pr.ee for your drug needa, such
l atent Medicines, druga. chemicals, rubber
i" t"i wim-n we nava uimhu'i tard
ea! line) aurglcal Instruments, truaaes
m;ir.. CAmil.I 1,1U l)HH m....-
We have the excluelve aala i.i .v.1
etc. We have th exclualve aale of tha
;oKlN BRAMJ CANADIAN MALT
YVHIHKY, and soma Is sold on a guarantee
f.lieltU iihtBlnut. l. ..1 I .
QUOTE I'HR'Ka JtUT AKB 1NTEHEHT:
ia I'ua-rt7 and tUI.
8. W. Cor. lflth mm HkUass Sia
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
Makes Moat laeful PreaeaC
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