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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: SUNDAY, JUNE 14. 100.1.
NEBRASKA AT WORLD'S FAIR
State Commission Wants Yoluntsry Sub
scriptions to Swell the Ftr.d.
LEGISLATURE'S ALLOWANCE INSUFFICIENT
Werk ml (UrrlluR Exhibits for He
brnska's Part et the Big Show
Is ladcr War Will Bo
In view of the small appropriation msde
by the last legislature, 35,000 for the pur
poses of the commission and a proper
exhibit of Nebraska resources at the
Louisiana Purchase exposition. It has been
decided to ask for voluntary subscriptions
from at' perts of the state to swell the
fund. Contributions may be sent to
Treasurer C. II. Morrell at Lincoln.
The commission has appointed three
collectors of grasses of the state for
exhibit at fit. Louis and a premium of $100
Is offered for the collector making the best
The president and chairmen of the vari
ous county and district agricultural
societies of the state have been asked to
act as collectors of sheaf grains and to
designate some one In their respective
localities to make the collection for com
pensation. Premiums aggregating $250 will
be distributed pro rata for the best sheaf
grains, the prises to go to the Individuals
growing the same.
The Educational Rkowlsg.
It has been decided to ask the State
university to designate one' of Its pro
fessors to take charge of the educational
exhibit of Nebraska, which will comprise
an exhibition of all educational Interest.
It Is further proposed to. enlist the interest
of the Nebraska Improved Corn Growers
association, which meets in January next,
to see that a proper exhibit of Nebraska's
great staple shall be made at St. Louis.
The assistant secretary of the commission
has been directed to ask that all superin
tendents of departments at present ap
pointed or to be appointed hereafter 1 by
the comlsslon make reports In writing to
the commission every two weeks of all
thlr actions in connection with the work.
The next regular meeting of the commis
sion will ba held at Its headquarters In this
city, McCague block, Friday, 'June 28.
These meetings will be held semi-monthly
until further orders.
The Bennett Co.
Big bargain In this department all the
goods fresh made.
Mixed candy, 9c lb.
Oum drops, 8c lb.
Stick candy, assorted, 124c lb.
Toasted marshmallows. Be package.
Chocolato cream. 15c lb.
Sweet chocolato cake, 6c.
SPECIAL CHEESE OFFER.
Brick cheese, 12c lb.
Llmburger cheese. 12c. lb.
Cream cheese, 12Hc lb.
,- Hand cheese, each 2ic.
Loir Bates to noston and Retarn la
Jane and July
Via the Lake Shore & Michigan Southern
railway. Tickets will be sold June 9, 2(
and 27, extreme return limit August 1, and
on July 1, 2, 3. 4 and 5. extreme, return limit
September 1. Stop-overs allowed (it Nl
araga Falls and Chautauqua; also at New
York on tickets via that route. Full in
formation, with rates via variable routes,
will ba promptly furnished on application
to M. S. Giles, T. P. A., Chicago, or to
C. F. Daly, chief A. G. P. A., Chicago,
Masonle Faneral Notice.
Our brother, John Henry Richards, 1
dead. The members of Capitol lodge No.
1 A. T. A A. M., will meet at Masonic
hall, Sunday, June 14; at 2 p. m. sharp to
Inter the remains with the honors of Ma
sonry. WILLIAM A DEBORD, Master.
Second annual picnic will be given by
the Triangle club at Kibbler's park Sun
day,' June 14, 1M3, Forty-fourth and Leav
enworth streets.. Everybody Invited. '
Attention, A. O. I. W.
AH members of Union Pacific lodge No,
17 are requestod to attend memorial exer
cise at Hanseom'park Sunday. June II, at
2 p. m. E. B. EOAN. Master Workman.
PHIL M'MILLAN, Recorder.
Excursion to Boston
June 26 to 27, Inclusive; also July 1 to 6,
Inclusive, , via Nickel Plate road. Espe
cially low rates. .Liberal return limits.
Particulars at city ticket office. 111 Adams
street, and Union, ticket office, Auditorium
Annex, . Chicago.
, .Half fare to. Boston June 24, 2S, 30; July
1, 2, I, 4. , Long limit. Stopover privileges.
Choice of route. . Through cars to Boston;
no change en route via The Northwestern
Line, the only double track route. 1401-1401
For Sale Due bill on one ef the best New
York City hotels at a good discount. Ad
dress E 54, care Omaha Bee. '
Boston Eicaralua - . ..
Via the Nickel Plate road, June 25 to 27,
Inclusive; also July 1 to 6, Inclusive, at
popular rates. Write City Ticket Office,
111 Adam St., and Union Ticket Office,
Auditorium Annex, Chicago.
RAIN , FOLLOWS . HIM ABOUT
H. J. Pea fold Eneonnter Falling
Water at All Points on His
H. J. Pen fold, who returned yesterday
from a week's visit to Detroit and other
lake point, seems to have carried the M4d
of western rain in his grip. "I left the city
a week ago today," sold Mr. Penfold, "to
attend a social meeting of the Surgical In
strument Dealer of the United States In
Detroit I found it raining when I arrived,
a It had been on the way from Omaha, and
It continued to rain much of the time we
were In session. I had expected to find a
drouth and In some places, not Just In De
troit but In that section of the country,
there had been no rain for forty days until
that which began with our arrival. Frjm
Detroit I took the lake trip to Buffalo. It
was raining there and on my return Thurs
day night through Ohio the downpour con
tlmied. The Ohlouns say, however, that the
rsln has come too late and the hay nd
grain crop will be short. The Instrument
dealer' meeting was entirely of a social
nature and about flftv of us were In atleni
ance, coming from all parts of tfhe country
from Seattle, Boston, Memphis and other
points. We decided to meet again tu Chi
cago October IE."
Harry F. Roberson. formerlv with R. O,
Dun 4k Co., now u;ent fur Tiavel-rV L'fw
Insurance Co. f Hartford. Mho write firs
ana accident, a.1 souiri ntn fct i'houe lait.
"Strongest In the World," the Equitable
Life Assurance s.Jclety. Its polfi'lmt ar
sight drafts at maturity. H H P. N-el,
inunniirer. Merchant National Bank lilii.'.
Have Root print it
RICHARDS Henry J., June 11. 19US, at real-
dence of his mother. W North Twenty
fifth street, ased 47 years and 10 months.
Funeral at I.) o'clock Sunday afternoon.
June 14. IMS. from residence to Prospect
iiui cemetery, r ricnua inviieu. ,
WOMAN HELD FOR BURGLARY
Detectives Arrest Katie Mane with
tolea Hansen) Famish
- las la Her Possession. ,
Friday afternoon, the police recovered
household furnishings which had been
stolen within the last five weeks from three
different houses and In Katie Mune think
they have the person who stole them. De
tective Mitchell arrested her In a Twelfth
street second-hand store with the stolen
goodt In her possession. She was taken to
the station and placed In charge of the
matron and a little later mysteriously dis
appeared, to be found at her home, 1910
Cuming street, latet In the day by De
Several weeks ago Katie Mune was ar
rested while she had several chenille cur
tains and a small table .In her possession.
These had been stolon, but she wss let out,
ss she stated the goods had been given to
her. This second arrest probably will not
go so easily with her, as the goods she had
this time were worth WO at the least.
The most valuable article found were a
pair of portieres which were worth fully
S250 and were taken. with some other house
hold goods from the home of D. W. Phelps,
2112 Douglas street. Other thing taken
from the home of Alex Gunther at 3870
Farnatn street. May 1, were found among
the loot recovered.
Lake OkoboJI cottages for rent.
Patterson, 1623 Farnam. .
, The Wabash Itallroa4
"In the Good Old Summer Time" offer
many special rates to Boston, Indianapolis,
Baltimore, St. . Louis, Saratoga, Detroit,
Atlanta and other points. i
Call at city office, -1401 Farnam. or address
HARRY E. MOORE3, O..A. P. It.,
Omaha, Nsb. .
WATER COMPANY ASSESSMENT
Assessor for Florence Precinct Evi
dently Overlooks the Bis;
Pumping Station. ...
There was no meeting of the county com
missioners yesterday, all business going
over to the statutory meeting to be held
Monday morning. Complaint before the
Board of Equalisation are arriving slowly.
The smelting company has made a protest
gainst the increase In Its assessment und
the manager of the New York Life build
ing believe that property 1 assessed too
high. An Inspection of the assessors' re
turns show that Florence preclnot Is about
230,000 short of its assessment of a year igo.
Last year the assessor returned the per
sonal property of- the Omaha Water com
pany In that precinct at a valuation of
something more' than 130,000, this figure In
cluding the engines at the pumping station.
Thl year the property of the company In
the precinct Is returned at 1216, and none'of
the property of the company used at the
pumping station Is included.
-The unofficial footings of the assessors
show that the richest country precinct In
the county Is Chicago, which ha a real es
tate value for -the purpose of taxation f
$249,288 and - a' personal property valuation
of $28,471. Douglas precinct shows the high
est value. of personal property, the figures
. "14.751 $14,701 14.7B!
Chioago and return. June 14, 16, SO; July
1. good till September 15, via The- North
western Line, the only double track, route.
1401-1408 Farnam ( street. . t
a. R. Patten, dentist; ha reopened hi
office at residence, 1801 Locust street.' Tel
ephone F 33S2.
LUMBER DEALERS SHUT DOWN
Refuse to Sell Material - Beeaaae
Lnlon Carpenters Arc Ready
Not a foot of lumber could be bought In
umana yesterday at least not at a lumbor
yard. All customers have been refused and
tha only explanation given is that lumber
cannot be sold on account of the carpen
ters strike. The carpenters' strike,' of
course, has been In progress for many
weeks. The papers Friday and Saturday
contained advertisements from union car:
penters stating that they could supply, all
who desired with carpenter, foremen and
all men necessary to carry on building of
any Kind. Tne action of the lumber yard
men, coming closely on the heels of this
advertisement, Is Interpreted as bearing
some relation to the Independent' course
adopted ' by the carpenters.
One lumber dealer, when asked If lumber
could be bought Monday, said: '"Well, I
cannot ten now what will be the decision.
we-are not selling because of the carpen
f Carpenter Work. -
Any . one wishing skilled carpenter to
do their work should 'phone George W.
Miles. 'Phone 1869, Labor Temple.
ROBERT M KINNON,
Dr. Plntl. 20G Karbacn block.
MASONIC HOME ASSOCIATION
Stockholders Will Meet la Omaha to
Make Plan for Fatnro
. , Action.
The . stockholder .of the Nebraska Ma'
sonic Home association will meet at Free
Mason' hall In Omaha. June 22, for the
purpose of taking action looking to' the
creation "and maintenance of a Masonlo
home., There I something Indefinite as to
tha number of stockholders, as many who
subscribed have failed to make payment.
and It will be for the stockholders to de
termine the standing of those subscriber.
The board of directors, which consists of
twelve, desires to receive Instructions from
the stockholder a to the policy to be
pursued In the Immediate future. The as
soclatlon wa formed ten years ago and at
that time It was decided to locate the
home at Omaha, with an Initial investment
of $50,000. This plan has been abandoned
and It is now proposed to start the borne
on a more moderate plan and to locate It
In some smaller town. .Plattsmouth has
been suggested as a probable location, but
this will not be settled until the meeting of
tne stockholders , it Is probable that i
house already constructed will be pur
chased at first and the construction of i
nome deferred until after the plan has
demonstreted Its wisdom.
NAMES NOW UPJ0 THE MAYOR
RIs Honor Not Decided as to Approval
of List from Board of
Mayor Moores hud not decided yestoi-day
whethor he would approve the compromlso
list of name of employes for the public
works department. The document did not
reach him until 10 o'clock. It has 427
names, each one of which his honor
scrutinising carefully. At noon he said he
did not think he would be In a position to
take action on the roster until Tuesday
although he would like to see public work
resumed at once. Nearly 500 men are hang
ing eagerly on his decision and the city at
large Is deeply Interested because there la
no opportunity for public work of any
kind until the mayor ha acted.
$15,000,000 WASHED AWAY
Conservative Estimate of tha Direct
Loss to Kansas City Place It at
KANSAS CITY AND SUBURBS
Were the Victims of the Overflow
of Both the Kaw and
The loss of life by floods In Kansas has
fortunately not reached . the proportions
feared, but the destruction of property hss
been rather underestimated. Each day re
veals a new phase of this branch of tho
distster. Buildings sink, walls give way,
roofs collapse and In one way and another
the extent of the catastrophe grows. Re
lief has poured In from the more favored
localities and generous contributions are
going to the stricken districts. Hope has
sprung up anew and the enterprising cities
are taking up the work of restoration with
the energy and pluck for which Kansas
City Is noted.
18,000,000 19 A VAST SVM.
It exceeds the banking capital of all the
national banks of Nebraska. It is equal to
the tax receipts of the state treasurer of
Nebraska for general taxes for nearly ten
years. Yet during the last ten years the
people of Nebraska have sent away from
the state to eastern life Insurance com
panies a sum exceeding $15,000,000. There is
no business excuse for continuing this pe
culiarly exhausting style of commercial ex
travagance now that
THE BANKERS RESERVE LIFE
and other Nebraska companies are making
insurance on equal terms with alien com
panies. Six millions of business attests the
loyalty of the people to home Institutions
and assets equivalent to $2 for every $1 of
liability should satisfy all doubters as to
the efficiency of the management. THE
BANKERS RESERVE LIFE COMPANf
shows 'the lowest death rate among Amer
ican life companies and the smallest per
centage of lapses. It Is a 'legal life com
pany founded upon the established princi
ples of rafe life Insurance with Investment
a an Incident
B. H. ROBISOft, PRESIDENT,
Is recognized, as one of the best Informed
life Insurance expert In Nebraska and the
went. He has guided this company from
the beginning of its existence, avoiding the
shoals which confront and frighten or de
stroy young life companies with inexperi
enced managers. Honesty, experience, tact.
knowledge and enterprise united will build
a'life insurance institution anywhere. The
daily receipts from the field demonstrate
the fact that the people believe In
THE BACKERS RESERVE LIFE .
Hen's Suit Sale
On account of the backward season w
closed out from on of American' foremost
wholesale tailors, a Una of fine men' suit
at less than cost of production. We riw
have them, on sale at $6.00, $7.69 and $10.01
No 'such suit values have ever been given
In Omaha. See them In our show windows)
compare them with' anything anywhere In
town. We let you be the Judge. If you
wish to throw your money away buy; else
where. If you wish cool shirts for 'sum
mer wear try one of our mohair $2.00
Shirts. For $3.00 we sell yon a fine pure
White silk shirt Splendid line of belts at
25c and 45c. Light weight summer coats
from 50c up to the high priced fine elegant
Benjamin garment, for which we are sole
agents In Omaha. The Guarantee Clothing
Co., 1519 and 1521 Douglas Street. '
205 South Fifteenth Street.
pHB Shoe for Walkers.
A MAN'S SHOE
SHOULD give at every step a
SHOES make walking easy.
; They're helpful. ..
ON A MAN
JT ONE -nicer for walking-.
S250 and S350
The Latest, t
Chll at College, 1
Iowa 417, Pittas Hick a
and teat Its merits
One Imiim Pr, I
Corner 16th and Farnam f
SADDLE CREEK SEWER WORK
Engineer gays Long; gonght For 1m.
nrovement Shonld Be Com
pleted fcy Fall.
"The 8addla creek sewer should be com
pleted by fall," said City Engineer Rose-
wuter. The last formality, which was
the ordinance declaring open a street run
ning from Hamilton to Leavenworth, has
been passed by the council and Is In the
hands of the mayor. In all probability It
will be returned with his signature Tues
day night. This makes the route of the
sewer public property.
"The next step will be to prepare speci
fications and advertise for bids for con
struction. By July 1 the contractor should
be ready to begin the work, which will be
paid for out of the general sewer fund.
Lateral sewers, of course, will necessarily
come later and must be paid for by an Im
provement district tax. But the main
sewer, which the residents west of Thirty
eighth street have been clamoring for for
years, ought to be ready for use during
The Missouri Pacific will sell round trip
tickets at very low rates to certain points
In southwest Missouri, Kausas, Oklahoma,
Arkansas, Texas, etc. For further Infor
mation call or address any of the com
pany's agents, or Thomas F. Oodfey, P
and T. A., southeast corner 14th and Doug-
la streets, Omaha, Neb.
Rugs 6 Curtains
W will nlapp our full line of
ORIENTAL RUGS, rortierei
and Lace Curtains on sale
Monday at a Special Discouut
Special Prices on Room Size
RUGS FOR THIS WEEK
9x12 Japanese Rugs,
worth $25, for
9x12 Biglow Axinin
worth 18, for.
9x12 Biglow Exmiu
ster, worth $32.50, for
9x12 Biglow Imperial QQ fC
Rugs, worth $45, for (J J ( I J
All Largo Sizo Rugs
Rcducad for this Salo
We will place on sale Monday a
three-piece Bird's Eye Maple
Bed Room Suit bed, dresser
and washstand Triple swell
front with bevel plate glass
mirror, French legs, highest
grade of workmanship, O C f
worth $75, for. UuU
DINING ROOM SUIT
A nine-piece Antwerp Oak Dining Room
Suit, Ave small cWlrs and one arm chair,
full leather seat high polished extension
table, genuine leaded glass china cabinet
bevel plate mirror In sideboard,
highest grade of workmanship,
worth $185.00. for.
We 'have Just received a car load of high
grade rockers In coblar, rush, and tapestry
seats all high grade rockers which will be
placed on sale at very special prices for
this week. We are also making a great
reduction on all the furniture In our house
for the month of June,
1315-17 Farnam Street.
The Driving Club
The Fjeld Club
Trie Horse Show
The beat drlrlna; combination
' In the city. Bay
... from , . .
18th md Harney Streets.
Call, and see the finest as
sortment of vehicles In the
And you should prepare yourself now
for It by having us fit you with a pair
of our "Men's Special" low shoes.
Patent kid, patent calf, black Russia
and velour calf.
All the different styles of lasts.
The plain broad toe In southern tlej
for elderly men.
Come In and let us show you these
DtlEXEL SHOE CO.,
Omaha'a Up-to-Date Shoe House
1419 Farnam Street.
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
Fonnlar and Ttnelr Articles.
Oar superior equipment for hand.
Una; mall orders Is readily ap
parent to nil who hare dealt with
ns ftOOD AUK SIIHTF.n H XEXT
THAI, I.KAVIXtt CITY AFTER WE
rkcuivk the: ORDER.
Write for our 100-page catalogue, which
will lull you all about It.
$1.00 Cranltonlc we sell
11.00 Uzomulnlon we sell
41.00 Lliinumnr we sell...
SOo Liquosone we sell
ROo Hay's Hair Health for
J1.00 Uostetter's Hitters for
$1.75 8. 8. 8. our price 114
25c Steam's Electric Rat and Roach
Facte for 20o
ioc i'utslne (cleans wall paper), our
$1.00 Kilmer's Swamp Root we sell....
50c Pink of Perfection we sell
$1.00 t'hrystal Tonic we sell
$1.00 Herplckle we sell
ai.OO Kirk's llandrnff Cure (the
10-day's dandruff care), our
26c Mennen's Talcum Powder we sell..
600 Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets we sell.
Cutlcura Soap we sell
Quart bottle Rhine Wine, our price....
Kagle Condensed MI'.k we sell
Box (3 cakes) Hnzoln and Buttermilk
Warranted 2-quart Water Bug
$1 25 RUBBER GLOVES warranted
Good Razor Stron we sell
IIok $hni!itiio klllM every flea).
25c Mentholatum we sell
25c 1'anteurlna Tooth Paste for.?
25c Williams' Talcum Powder for
(iTee sample for the asking.)
Sherwin-Williams Paints full line.
$1.00 Pe-ru-na, our price 62c
$1.00 Uterine we iell 66c
$1.00 Stearn s Wine Cod Llver Oll 75c
(Mtc Atomlrer I r 25c
Sherman & F.lcConnoll
Wholeanle nnd Retail Druggists,
. OMAHA. NEBRASKA!
Omaha's best cutter 3
of Oiunhu'R most expert
fabric and fashion men as
salesmen 25 of Omaha's
most careful tailors.
There really ought to be
talent enough back of us
to make you a pair of
.trousers that Mill please
you all over. And you
know you need an extra
pair bad but It won't be
a bad pair that you'll get
here., $6 to $15 are the
Yes. we've moved from
the Bee BIdg. to 304-306
S. 10th St, 2 doors Bouth
xiow located at
J04-J06 S 14th St.
Next Door to Wabash Ticket
YOU CAN GET MORE SAT
ISFACTION OUT OP AN
WELL MADE BEVERAGE
THAN ANY OTHER KIND.
That's Why METZ BEER Is
Meiz Eros. Brewing Co.
Telephone 119, Omaha.
Or Jacob Neumayer, agent,
care Neumayer Hotel, Council
SCIENCE COT THERE FIRST
Omaha t-lg-htnlng- Rod Co.
1512 Webster Sirret.
Manufacturers of and Wholesale and
Retail Dealers In Copper Cable Light
Telephone A-3349. OMAHA, NEB.
Paris Green 20c Pound
POTATO BUGS ARE HERE IN PLENTY,
slr.ee the heavy rains. Don't let them get
a pturt, 'cau-ie potatoes will be wonh
money thli fall. We sell pure, full xtrength
PARIS GREEN In the original pack ges
ut 2ic per pound. If you live out of town,
watrh our ads which are IN THIS PAPER
EVERY DAY. and if you don't nnd what
you need quoted write in for prices on It.
We can save you money on DRUGS,
CHEMICALS. PATENT MEDICINES,
RUUHER GOODS, perfumes, family
liquors, toilet articles and sundries.
$l.i Peruna (all you want) at 61e
12 Genuine Chester's Pennyroyal Pills. .$1.
II. fM Nervlta (See It advertised?) 75c
50c Doan's Kidney Pills 39c
T,e. Genuine Hire's Root Beer lie
$1 00 MILES' NERVINE (WANT IT?).. 74-
Sic Genuine 1'antorla w.
$1.00 Pierce's Remedies 64o
Ice Cream Soda, 5c and 10c. Made from
pure cream from the Alamllo farm. As
much better than COMMERCIAL lc cream
as pure butter Is better than OLEO.
OPEN ALL NIGHT.
Tre Tuonee T-47 and TOT.
10th and Chicago Streets, Omaha.
rr.jiiwiii.uii isiiaiiim i i
'IHK Ha.MAHI.ti: BIOHIC.
dcxlrablc patterns In selected all wool
with double stitched taped seams; elastic
double-breasted stylos worth ,up to 13.00;
435 boys' very finest Buits in Irish and S
serges and all the popular shades, stripes, c
in sailor blouse, sailor Norfolks, Norfolks;
these suits would be great value at $5.00;
2S9 boys' suits, made in double-breaste
three piece and the popular two piece go
fabrics and latest color effects; coats lined,
seat and knees; reinforced taped seams; an
16.00 values; sale price $3.50.
READ GREAT SALES ON PAGE U.
Smoke Omaha's Finest
In front teeth aro conspicuous PORCELAIN FILL'
INGS look better and are better.
Ars You Going Abroad?
If so. you may need a traveling bag or
suit case. We keep the best and are selling
20 PER CENT DISCOUNT.
We also have an elegant line of steamer
trunks at prices which are very reasonable.
Repairing Done. Telephone 1058.
grade work done by the
will be taken in doing your work. You will
treatment and the same high grade work
and at one-half the price. Special cut prices to continue until July l:
TnCttr Aluminum plates from...." $9.00 RCHablC
aWOUft'1- Fillings from 2-85 w s
Full set of
Incorporated under the state laws. Protective guarantee for ten years with our ,
high grade work. NO STUDENTS, BUT OLD, RELIABLE, EXPERT. ACCU
RATE DENTISTS to do your work. They come here to learn our painless meth
ods. Misfit, loose and broken plates repaired.
UNION DENTAL CO. of Painless Dentistry,
1522 Douglas St, Room 4. Open Daily till 9 o'clock
T',-mrrihp.il till tthvtictant
A. MAYER CO., Mfgr.,
Is assured if you order your next
suit here. Besides, a very large stock
of Imported goods to select from.
We are showing a large assortment
'of TWO-PIECE Suitings
Helgren & Gradmann
Tailor, 309 South 16th 5t.
n. r..TicTH CFNTURY FARMER
Fine Phelogrnphle Hlnstratlons.
Closing Out 1500
flnnV ITinn Rnifc
liIITII 1 IIILi UUHV
These suits are all made In the newest
styles and In the most wanted shapes
They represent the finest tailoring of tn
famous firm of Hart, SchRffncr and Mars
There are na better or more stylish suits
made. They are all hand tailored through
out hand padded shoulders, hand fitted col
lars, hair cloth fronts, etc. They have
every expert style touch thnt gives Hint
h thnt gives Hint
and wear to men s garments.
These suits are made of c
meres, worsteds, unfinished
tmnnv ,fcvlnta In checks.
of cheviots, cafsli
shed worsteds anJ
ks. stripes, ovef-
plaids, fancy mixtures and plain colors;
and were made to sell and nro UMinlly re
tailed at from $12.50 to $25.00 special prices
S7.50, SIO, SI5
Men's Outing Coats & Pants
Over 25 different patterns to select from
in all colors and shades In stripes, checks,
mixtures and plain colors, on sale Mon
day at $3.95, $3.00 $6 50 and $7.50.
Hayden's Marvelous Values
in Boys' and Children'
An extraordinary buying chance came
the way of our buyer and the result Is 'we
can offer the biggest and best values In
boys' and children's clothing that ever came
326 boys' suits In every desirable pattern.
In blues,, grays and brown mixtures; la
light, medium and dark colors; made In
Norfolk and double-breasted styles; regu
lar $2.00 values; sale price only $1.25.
279 boys' suits In a great variety of very
fabrics; guaranteed to wear well; made
waist bands; In sailor blouse, Norfolk and
sale price only $1.75.
cotch cheviots, cassimeres, worsteds and
hecks and mixtures; handsomely made up
double-breasted and three piece styles;
on sale now at $2.95 and $2.50.
d Norfolk, sailor blouse, sailor Norfolk,
If suits; a great variety of new summer
with a very fine serge pants; with double
y size you want from 3 to IS years; regular
Largest cigar and pipe dealers
1404 Doug-las and 221 . I6th
r success is
uc to the Iiiffli
Professors. Great carcy
receive here the same careful attention and
that any first-class dentist could give you
25 Save pain
s3.oo oc money.
The wonderful actual results of this
powder prove it a complete cure for ex
cessive or odorous perspiration swollen
painful and tired feet, by a few appli
cations. Price, 50c per box.
by all druggiits, hoe $tor $, etc.
512 Bee BIdg., Omaha.
can have cleaning and dyeing done
Just as cheap and nearly Hit quirk as
Omaha people. Maybe you have a
light jacket, a silk or flannel walxt
that you can't clean und Ih too good
to throw away. If so, Heml it to us
and we will clean and reluru It Hub
ject to your iiixpec'tturi. ami If it Isn't
satlBfaclory It won't coxt you a co.it.
407 So 15tu St
We have recently DOl III.F.II
the slse of our I'HKM llll'-
TIOS DEPARTMENT. ' '
And are APD1NO NEW PREBCIUPTION
ftooim L)A1I.Y to our already LmVHOE
As fuir DRl'CR are the HK8T and our
PKICE8 the IJ JH'EtJT How cn you make
A MISTAKE by trading; vllh ust
Cor. Hth and Hamilton. Pliona A. Ut,
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