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TTIE OMAnA DATLT JIEE: TRUIISDAY, APRIL 30. 1003.
THE BKSSETT COMPA5V.
ereral Haadred Tablespoons
Beginning Thursday morning end while
the stock lnt8, ws will give free a awl.
eervlcesble, heavy weight tablespoon with
every package of
BENNETT'S CAPITOL. WHEAT 2-t-B
Bennett'! Capitol wheat la known aa the
beat In the market. Get a spoon by buying
package. First come first served.
GROCERY THURSDAY SPECIAL.
Fresh made, aplcy ginger snspa, lb. 3c
from 8 to 12 noon.
All day apeciala:
Soup, 1-lb. oan, aaaorted Gc.
Neufchatel cheese, each 2c.
Bread, large loaf, each 3c.
Jelly, assorted, glass 5e.
Baking aoda, package 4c.
Syrup, can 10c
- TEA AND COFFEE.
Tea liftings, lb. 15c.
Coffee, fresh roasted, lb. 10c.
Lillian Russell cigar, each 2Vsc.
Lillian Russell cigar 2 for Be.
Lillian Russell cigar 10 for 26c.
Big line pipes 20c. 15c. 10c, 5c.
THE BENNETT COMPANY.
BLOW TO CINDER SIDEWALKS
Soathweat Improvement Club Bab.
snlta Ita Opinion to the)
The Southwest Improvement club la
down on cinder sidewalks. In a resolution
presented to the city council Tuesday night
the reasons are summed up as follows:
"They sr"e unsanitary, dirty, dusty and un
comfortable to walk over when dry. and
wet and aoggy when wet, damaging to
clothing at all times and avoided by
pedestrians when possible." The cinder
aldewalk trust regards thia aa the worst
blow It has yet received.
fit J VJWICqE
imposing Millinery Bargains
Handsome Dress Hats at $3.50
For Thursday we show a new line of pretty ideas ill
Let every good fellow now Oil up his glass
and let the vintage be Cook'a Imperial Extra
New Orleans, La.
From May 1 to 4 Inclusive the Missouri
Paelflo will sell round trip ticket for
$29.60, account meeting National Medical
association. For Information call at, or
address city office, S. E. corner 14th and
Douglas Sta., Omaha, Neb. T. F. Godfrey,
Pass, and Ticket Agt.
Wabash ft. R.
St. Louis and return $13.50. Sold April
26-27-28-29-30 and May 1. New Orleans and
return, $29.50. Sold April 11-12-13. May
1-2-J-4. Information, City Office, 1601 Far
nam St., or address Harry E. Moores, o.
A. P. D., Omaha, Neb.
St. Paal sad Retsrs, 12.3:1.
On April 21 and 28 the Illinois Central R.
R, will sell ticket to St. Paul and Mtnne
spoils and return at rate of $12.85, good for
return 21 days from date of sale.
Tickets at No. 1402 Farnam St.
W. H. BRILL, D. P. A.,
T. LOl'IS AND RETURN.
Via Mlssoarl Paelflo Railroad.
IH.B0 for round trip, from April 2 to May
1 Inclusive. For Information call at city
office, southeast corner Fourteenth and
Douglas Printing Co., 1501 Howard. Tel.
B.mM Burns is selling Havlland Bread
nd Butter Sets, $3.
Nlohols Broadfleld, printers. Tel. 194J.
Aaaenneements of the Theaters.
Tonight the annual benefit for the local
stars emnloyes will be held at tne tioya.
The affair promises to be the most brilliant
of the kind that was ever given for this de
serving class of men. A list of the acta to
be alven will show the excellence of the
entertainment provided. This Is the list
Carl Relter in a monologue of Yiddish
humor: the Baileys, from the Orpheum. In
their full act: Daisy Delmore, soubrette;
Flood and Hayes of the Orpheum; John
Wylle, comedian; Robert Blaylock and his
company In a one-act sketch; Marie Enow
den, dancing specialty; Hattle Carmontelle
in a black-face male Impersonation Calvin
Brader, In a novelty act; the McMullen
brothers, knockabout specialty; the great
Montrell. Mr. Dick Ferris will act as one
of the directors of the affair. The music
will be furnished by the Orpheum and Boyd
theater orchestras In. combination.
At the Orpheum the regular midweek
matinee will be given this afternoon, the
varied bill Including a varied lot of "stunts
that have been scoring wall and furnish
some well calculated features for the aft
ernoon audiences, that Include many women
and children. One of the laugh-provoking
acta that will be unique Is that of Hayes
and Healy in their skit called "The Ring
master and the Circus Rider." Hayes Is
slender, stands about alx feet high, while
Healy reaches to about half this height
and Is almost as broad as long, their very
appearance being ludicrous and Instantane
ous In fun-making Itself. Some of the
business they Introduce Is inimitable, not
being attainable by the average comedian
with normal build. Healy'a shape, aa die
played with the penwiper skirt de ballet
elicits the response of the rlslbles.
On Sunday afternoon the popular Ferris
Stock company opens at the Boyd for an
all-summer engagement. The opening bill
will be the play that Walker Whltesldes
tarred In, "Heart and Sword." Thia play
will run until Thursday night, when It will
be succeeded by De Milles' "The Young
Wife." The company atarted rehearsals
yesterday mornlug. Miss Marie Pavey, late
of the Washington, D. C, stock company.
Is leading woman, and Dell Henderson, long
Identified with prominent stock companies,
will be the leading man. Mr. Ferris will be
een In both plays. Each play will be given
with elaborate special scenic Investure.
Seats go on sale this morning.
dress hats composed of soft chiffon and flat straw effects,
handsomely and profusely trimmed with flowers, ribbons,
laces, etc., in keeping with the very latest
modes for summer. Ordinarily these hats
would be f G.00 for Thursday
$2.50 Street Hats at 98c.
Thousands and thousands of street hata, the greatest part of our recent
Chicago purchase will again be offered on Thursday. These goods are posi
tively as new and late In style as any hats shown anywhere. ( g"
Not one should be less than $2.60 ' VfljLl
Thursday at . w
SI and 50c Flowers and Fruits at 15C
OX SECOND FLOOR.
Tomorrow the grandest flower snap of the season consisting of black vio
lets, rosea, grapes, chrysanthemums, dalRy wreaths, big bunches
rea popples, etc.,
at, per bunch ....
genuine 60c and $1.00 vulues.
Black and ST J
fancy colore J0C
and silk fin
per pr. v2
Ladies bhirt Waists The swellest effects,
bought from a leading mTgr of waists, worth $2.50 and 3, at
at 69 c
Muslin Underwear Ladles' lace and embroidery QQp
trimmed jjownsy skirts, drawers and skirt chemise, worth H.SoVOL
10c Fancy Colered
dren's Under If
Sale of Straw Matting Monday
The choice of an entire ship load of the highest grade matting will go on
sale Monday morning at Just about half Us value. The greatest straw mat
ting sale ever held In the west.
NOTICE TO COUPON HOLDERS
Bring; In your Crayon Portrait Coupons on or before May 2 No
coupon honored after that date.
J. L. BRANDEIS & SONS, BOSTON STORE.
GREAT PIRCHASH DP BOYS' 8 CITS.
J. W. Braadela Sons Pat on Sale Sat
urday the) Bntlre Sample Lin of the
Eclipse Clothing Co., IS and 20
West 4th Street, Now York.
We have Just concluded a tremendous
deal In boys' clothing, purchasing from the
well known Eclipse Clothing Co. of New
York their entire sample line of boys' and
children's spring suits. They will be sold
for a mere fraction of their real value.
Sale begins Saturday, May 2. Watch the
dally papers for full particulars.
J. L. BRANDEIS A SONS.
Round Trip Rates to West and North,
The Union Paelflo has extended territory
to which round trip Homeseekers' Excur
sion tickets will be sold as follows:
' From Missouri River Terminals-
To many points In Kansas, Nebraska and
To many points In Wyoming, Utah, Mon
tana and Idaho.
To many points In Oregon and Washing
ton. One fare plus $2.00 for the round trip.
Tickets on sale May 15 and. 19, June 2 and
1, 1903. City Ticket Office, 1324 Farnam
Street. 'Phone 816.
The twentieth annual meeting of the
stockholders of the Omaha Loan and Build
ing association will be held at its office,
Omaha, Neb., at 1704 Farnam street. Bee
building, on Wednesday, May 6, 1903. The
polls for the election of three directors will
be open from 4 to 6 and from 7 to 8 o'clock
p. m. O. M. NATTINGER, Secretary.
Thursday Special in Drapery Department.
. For one day only we will sell all our
$3,50, $4.00 and $5.00 ruffled net curtains, and
they are worth every cent we usually aak
for them, but they will go at $3.95 per pair.
ORCHARD aV WILHELM.
If you use Graln-0 in place of
coffee you will enjoy It just as
much for it tastes the same ; yet, it
it like a food to the system, dis
tributing tbo full substance of the
pure grain with every drop.
TRY IT TO-DAY.
At grocers everywhere ; lie. sad 15c per package.
RECOVERS STOLEN PROPERTY
Omaha Detectives t'neovers Goods
Taken by Burglars la Lincoln
Last November the hardware establish
ment of the Humphrey brothers, the Hopple
Hardware company's store, the Barber Sup
ply company and the Blumenthal establish
ment of Lincoln were robbed of gooda
amounting: In the aggregate to $686. On
April 13 the hardware and shoe establish
ment of C. I Clouse at Memphis, Neb.,
was robbed of goods valued at $30. It was
suspected that the work was that of the
same parties and the Omaha detective force
waa set to work to ferret out the robbers.
Within the past few days Detective Savage
has succeeded In recovering In Omaha
nearly all of the property atolen from both
Lincoln and Memphis. The burglars are
still at large, however, but sufficient clues
have been obtained to promise the possi
bility of their arrest In the very near
205 South Fifteenth Street.
yOUIi FEET want th
TlIE BEST thing in
A HAN'S SHOE
IS TI1E foot treat it xcellQet a
shoe that fits wears looAs well
Oil fl Ml
fpEOM maker to wearer at whole,-
A $3.00 SHOE FOR
$2 50 and $330
The following births and deaths have been
reported to the Hoard of Health:
Births Joe Wright, Tenth and Bancroft,
boy; John liowlunti, 319 Cellar, boy; Frank
Moor, iS Paul, boy; Suatln Teal, zszi
Harney, boy; J. F. Drown, 3T18 South Bix
tnth. boy; Lyons, idol Vinton, boy.
LH-aths llobert Clenollon. YM In venpurt,
4S; Dennis U'Conner, li-'u Mason. 41
What ibty Oemaad.
Headaches, liver complaints, bowel dis
orders demand Dr. King's New Life Pills.
They are gentle, but cure or no pay. - J5o.
For aale by Kubo A Co...
Give Your Face a
For Easy 5havlnj.
Beats any soap,
leaves no chance
1 Thursday in tho
S Domestic Room
1MB ItKI.IABI.U STOHK.
Another great sale will come off on Thursday, in this room.
We will put on an entirely new line of WHITE MEKCEIUZED
WAISTINGS, goods that sold in the early part of this season at'
50c and 39c, will go at 15c, 19c uud 25c. Madras in colored and
woven at about half regular price. Linens, domestics, at greatly
reduced prices, and prints, apron ginghams.
Read Every Item of the Follow
ing and Compare Prices:
60c heavy Scotch table linen, SO
inches wide, at, yard
40c full bleached union table linen
60 Inches wide, at, yard.
75c extra heavy all linen bleached
linen, 72 Inches wide,
59c bleached linen finish, ready-to-use sheets
24 yards wide, 2Vfcyards 0O
10c quality bleached
8V4c soft finished, bleached satin.
yard wide, at, yard
25c quality, extra fine unbleached sheet
ing, 81 Inches wide, lfl
at, yard ISJC
30c quality blenched sheeting, 81 Oim
incnes wine, at, yard Ball
15c quality, extra fine bleached pillow cas
ing, 42 inches wide,
15c English long cloth, yard
wiue, at, yard
Vhic quality bleached twilled Sji-
crami, at, vari tills
8H0 quality, all linen unbleached
craen, at, yard
12Hc quality double warp
towels, 50 Inches wide,
15c quality linen huckabuck
towels, 18x36 Inches, each ,.
T v w j
Mercerised walsttngs. light grounds, I
printed stripes and figures, In all the
new weaves, full pieces (ll.
worth 60c for , .s3C
Woven printed figures and striped. Im
ported madrna, strictly fast ICs
colors, worth 35c for 19 C
Mercerised ducks, light grounds, in dark
figures and stripes, very desirable for la
dles" and children's wear" IC
worth 30c for 13 C
Imported Bwlssgs, batiste and dimities,
light grounds with luce and corded
stripes, In colors . I0l
worth 25c for Ia!C
French lawns, batistes and printed piques,
l'laelc corded, striped batistes, yard wide
lephyr ginghams, In blues and J
pinks, worth 20c for 1 1! C
Seersuckers, ginghams, black sateens, yard
w.de percales, prlntel dimities,
and batistes, worth l"Ho for . .
Diamonds for Brides
Our stock of loose and mounted gems has never been as complete,
and we are In position to quote you prices at a considerable saving In
money. , Bee us and get our prices. Our engraved wedding sta
tionery Is artlstlo and elegant.
Jewelers and Art Stationers
15th and Douglas Sts.
Mawhititiey & Ryan Co.
Commoner cost $4
Their equal cost
rlor nave . not;
tured. . .
Sor??U - Lzft
re&dlnir .3?" y
matter J t
it's free. 0
ooa a. tatbat.
yet til ro 1
g M 1 kfl
worth 35s pound box - .
Thursday Only 15c
20 sticks Candy fto
Cream Imperials pound 10c
Crystal Mixed Candy pound 8Hc
Gum Drops pound ., 10c
Trilby Cups pound 12Se
Wrapped Caramels pound UHc
Peppermint Kisses pound 16c
Jelly Beans pound Ijc
Pure Sugar Stick pound 20a
Chocolate Creams pound .' IOj
Chewing Gum all kinds 3 pkgs 10c
Ice Cream Soda .. I...'.............. 5c
Regular Dinner home cooking Hoc
You'll Uko It, an J Barber
apply it for the asking.
dealers sell it in
A. R.Bremsr Co., Chicago.
A tkin of beauty U a joy forever.
TiK.T. FELIX GOURAUD'S ORIENTAL
Bring In your crayon portrait coupon, on
or before Saturday. May 2, as no more free
crayon, will be made after that date.
J. L. BRANDEIS 8GN3.
Farm loans. Korgnn-Hasktll Co., 420
N. Y. Lite Building. Tel. 470.
Rcmons Tas. rtmplM,
Ir'racaiM, Moth PauhM.
Bun sad Skla Lm.-
St I Siffouaa oa suty.
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J7 ll ka atoaa Lka Uat
mi ttu-txm yaara.
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taau H te ba
sure 14 la srup"r
aaaSa. aapt aa
aavBtarfatt of simi
lar Bam. Dr. 1.
k. gara said te s
ladr at Ua haul-
laa (a pattaul) :
Aa yau laciaa
aaa than, I
r.iomm.ud OOI BAUD'S CREAM" aa tha laaat
harmful of all tha akla praparallona." Par at I bjr
all drugtata and taacy s4a daalars Is la tailed
Sutra aud Kuruya.
KEHD. T. IIOPKIXI, Pr !. ,
IT Oraat Jones SC. N. T.
araa mmd Ittk
raid a aaaual Sa.aia
Kmaa Hafaf, ai m li mi. a a Waad. ter p filial
ltar Iferva. rMkMf r T MMtn.Mi
I am organizing several personally-conducted
California, for APril and Ma.y
MayI send yon full particulars
of special advantages offered?
Some of the excursions are one
way, only, in tourist sleepers,
Others are round-trip, in first
class Pullmans, for general
hightscers; good, if desired,
on limited trains.
The rates are very low.
Accommodations are excellent.
I have selected the best Cali
fornia line the Santa Fe
and confidently guarantee
a delightful outing.
Why not go this spring and
see California at it3 prettiest?
Such an opportunity seldom
Don't miss it.
Write to E. U PALMER. 401 Equitable
Bldg.. Des Moines, and receive In reply
full particulars, with copy of beautiful
book about California
Bed Bugs In Council Bluffs
Yes. they must have some over there.
'cause a man came over here yesterdnv
and bought a two-gallon Jug of BCHAKF
EK'8 Bl'RH DEATH. We'll guarantee ha
won't need any more bed bug ekternit
nators. becauee that stuff certainly does
h. nrh fc'DI'R RlE4 nints lLc: auartn.
lx; half gallons, 5k-; gallons, 'io; a pint oil
can like you use with your lawn mower free
with 60c or sue slse. and 6c extra with 15c
or 2sc sizes.
WE DKLIVER ANYTHING WE BELT
ANY PLACE IN THIS CITY WlTHOl'T
EXTRA, CHARUR, and we ave you mens
on every slimle thins In the arug store line.
II 00 Nervlta 1w
11.00 Hexlne Pills 7j
tl.OU Peruna i"
iiini genuine Chester's Pills ...j II. "J
II. w) t'hli-heater's Pennyroyal Pills 75c
De Miracle lakes off hair guaranteed. l.u)
parlrian Hair Tonic grows hair and la
uleo guaranteed 75c
5oc Texas Catarrh Curt one cures v
25c laxative Bromo-Qulnlne 13c
c Qulnacetol best for colds 2jc
Two P TdT mmd TUT.
W. Ctrsti li ss. talva tta.
It May Be Rather Wet
Talk About Hose
But the time will come wh-n you
will wlh you bad about 60 or luu feet
to wet the lawn .or sprinkle the frof.
Then we have Lawn Mowers ball
bearing good mowers. ,
Jas, Morton & Son Co.
1611 Dodge St.
Exclusive Agents for Goodrich Ho.e.
'She Best of
The Only Double
par excellence i No.
6 a t o lid train
made up in Omaha
daily at 5:50.
r i city orric
VV..,,.,.,.,,,, ,-,!, .. wmmf '
A SALE OF
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
SPECIAL IN WOMEN'S OXFORDS AT $1.90
If you ju(lj;e by the price, you'll underestimate the worth a
third We make a $2.50 value $1.00 Thursday, and pro
vide all sizes in several new shapes and guarantee
every pair of them They come in fine leathers and are
positively $2.50 values 1 Q O
V MDIES' VESTS WORTH 15c THURSDAY 6c
Just for Thursday 1,200 ladies' line quality cotton jersey
ribbed vests full taped They are 15e vests not only,
worth 15c, but are better value than is
generally retailed for 15c ri
ON SALE THURSDAY
LADIES' SILK CLOVES WORTH 75c. FOR 45c
Beautiful assortment of silk and fine French lisle-thread,
in plain and lace patterns, black, white, tan, AsC
slates and modes, regular 75c quality, for "t-Jv
New Orleans and Return
...ACCOUNT OF ...
American Medical Association '-. Meeting
MAY 5th to 8th.
Tickets on sale May 1st to 4th.
Long Jimit and stopovers allowed.
Three daily trains from Omaha, Chicago aud
St. Louis. . ".'
' Particulars and copy of "New Orleans for the Tour
ist" at 1402 Farnam Street, or write .
, , W. .H. BRILL, Dist. Pass. Agent, ' '
Alen's $2.50 Welts
Box calf or vlcl kid. with genuine welt soles
absolutely the beet value In Omaha for 12.60.
Why should you buy a machine sewed shoe that has the rough
bottoms when you can get a genuine welt sole for J2.60.
For spring wear this shoe has no equal, as It will stand all
kinds of rough weather usage, and the price Is only 12.60. You bad
better let us fit you a pair of these S2.60 welts.
1419 FARNAM ST.
May 3 and May 12 to 18, in'clnsiTe,
the Burlington sells round - trip
tickets to San Francisco and Los
Angeles; return limit, July 15th;
stopovers allowed. . ' .
A chance to see Denver, Colo
rado's scenery, Salt Lake City and
a hundred attractive points of in
terest very cheaply.
The Burlington is the Scenic
Uoute to California. Through
standard and tourist sleepers.
Let me send or give you our free Cali
J. & REYNOLDS, City Passenger Agent,
1502 Farnam St., Omaha.
There Is No Use In Tryinj
to go through life without malting the acquaintance
of a demist. That acquaintance may be pleutant or
otherwise. The neglect of your teeth will make the
vUlt anything but pleasant.
Our Watch Repairing
Iepartment Is a specialty with us only the beat work
meu rmiiluvid your watch will receive careful handling
and prom ptuess our price, are always moderate for
good work. Lave your watch with us for repairs, lojk.
for Ihe name .
S. W. LINDSAY, Jeweler and Optician
1016 DourLaa 5 tract.
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