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TITE OMAnA DAILT JIEEt TUESDAY, JUNE 1G. 1003.
SPEED OF ME SCOOT WAGON
Council Doides 8eTen Milea an Hoar is
Tut Enough Down Town.
PAYMENT FOR PUBLIC WORKS EMPLOYES
April an May Payroll Bimmii
. la Despite of the Adverse
Opinio of City Attorney
Automobiles and their pwd were sub
jects discussed hy the council In committee
meeting yesterday afternoon, and It wm
decided to pans the ordinance against reck
less and careless running, which City
Prosecutor Lee la anxious to have enacted.
It was agreed to fix the maximum speed
limit at seven miles an hour In the down
town district, bounded by Leavenworth,
Twentieth and Cuming streets, and twelve
miles In the residence districts.
H. r. Frederlckaon and J. J. Derlght,
automobile dealers, were present and urged
that the proposed limit of five miles an
hour was much too low. They submitted
copies of the ordinances of other cities
pertaining to auto driving, showing that
the maximum' imposed In most cities runs
from eight to twelve miles an hour.
Councilman Evans put himself on record
as In favor of the slowest possible speed
for the horseless carriages, Huntington re
lated some of his experiences on. West
re roam street, where he said he had nearly
bien knocked "galley-west" several times,
and Councilman O'Brien narrated a recent
fust ride, his conclusion being that It
"takes a lot of sand" to operate an auto.
Ms. Derlght ' favored an ordinance re
quiring chauffeurs to pass an examination
and secure a license from the municipal
board of engineers, but no action was taken
upon the suggestion.
President Zlmman and Councilmen Evans,
O'Brien, Dyball, Back, Schroeder and
Huntington were present, Hoye and Nichol
son being out of the city.
Employes to Be Paid.
Despite the protests of O'Brien and
Huntington, the committee decided to rec
ommend for payment the $12,000 In salaries
due Board of Public Works employes for
labor performed during April. Their oppo
sition was grounded on an opinion by City
Attorney Wright that the claims are not
legal because the men worked without the
confirmation of the council and mayor, as
provided In the charter amendments effec
tive April 2. The May pay roll of the de
partment also remains unpaid for the same
reason. All of the councilmen agreed that
the labor was performed and that the em
ployes should be paid, but there was a
divergence as to whether or not a test case
should be tried in the courts 1n order that
the councilmen might not be responsible
on their bonds. It was stated that in any
vent Comptroller Lobeck would refuse to
include the rolls in the appropriation sheet,
holding that the opinion of the legal de
partment restrained b'.m. There was also a
question raised as to the position Uiat will
be taken by Mayor Moores.
Street Railway Paving.
, President Zlmman brought up the old
subject of taking steps to compel the street
railway company to place in good repair
paving torn up to permit the laying of new
rails and ties. This has been a purpose
with Zlmman for a long time, and he found
his associates anxious to co-operate with
him In making the endeavor. Zlmman
stated that it would require (6,000 to repair
all the paving In the city that the street
railway has torn up and replaced with in
ferior material using cement instead of
aephaJtum, as an example. A resolution
was passed arranging for a conference of
the general manager of the railway, the
city engineer and the council at 10 o'clock
"I believe In being fair with the com
pany," said Zlmman. "All we want or can
expect la that It will leave the street In as
good condition as It finds it. If It refuses
then I believe in using such measures of
compulsion as can be found."
"I have a complaint to make against the
way the water and gas companies tear up
newly paved streets to lay laterals to resi
dences," said Councilman O'Brien. "The
paving Is permanently injured, and I un
derstand that the corporations are required
to place these leads In the ground before
the paving is put down. If this is the case
they -ought to be made to carry out the
To Fix Appropriations.
Friday the council will meet with the
heads of the various departments and make
the appropriations for each. An all-day
session is anticipated, though the offices
of the tieasurer, comptroller, city clerk
and tax commissioner have been provided
for. The questions involved concern tho
assistants and clerks In the various de
partments, and if there is any retrench
ment along this line it will be done Friday.
Many requests for additional fire hydrants
and extension of water mains at Seventh
and Jackson, on Nineteenth near Spring
and at other points, caused President Zlm
man to launch a project whereby It Is
hoped some twenty-nve hydrants in outly
ing dls.tr.cts and inaccessible places will be
removed to points where they are needed.
There often comes time in the strug
gle with pulmonary disease, when the
victim loses heart and gives up hope.
The ambition to be up and around gives
war before growing weakness, and th
sufferer keel to the bed. '
No one who suffers from lung disease
should lose heart or give up hope while
there ia a possibility of cure. In muny
cases Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis
covery has cured lung "trouble" when
the cough was obstinate and deep seated,
with hemorrhage, emaciation, uigbt
wests and general weakness. A great
many men and women are living to-day
in the full enjoyment of health and hap
piness who had been "given up" by doc
tors, but found a perfect and permanent
cure in the use of " Golden Medical Dis
covery.? "My wife had hemorrhage of the lungs," writes
W. A. Sandrra, of Hero, Mawia Co.,W.V. "She
had ten hemorrhage, ana the peoitle all around
here said she would never be well Kin. Hut
he begun tu take Ir. Pierre's Goktcn Medical
Xhacovery and ahe aoua began to gain alreogth
and fleah. After Ukiug ten butllea alir waa rm
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diaputea the menu oi thia almoat omnipotent
medicine they may encliwe aelf-addrrweti enve
lope with stamp, and I will au.wer, the aame as
written in thia letter.
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Medical Adviser is sent free on receipt
of stamps to pay expense of mailing only.
Send 1 one-cent stamps for the book in
paper covers, or 31 stamps for the cloth
bound volume. Address Dr. &. V.
Pierce. Sufialo, N. V. ,
treat ff f " T"
Big Events Special for Tuesday
Sale of Black & Colored Silks
Today will be a great Silk day at the Boston Store. We have made
tremendous reductions In Silks that are extremely popular at the present
time. These fashionable Bilks we will quote St one-half and even one-third
their proper value.
Plain and Fancy Colored Silks, Taffetallnea, Foulards, Surahs, etc.,
worth 75c, at a yard . . . . 29c and 1 9o
White wash Silk, at !9o
36-Inch all alik Taffeta worth $1 at 69c
$1.50 quality 27 -Inch Black Peau de Sole at 87e
90c quality 2 1 -Inch Black Peau de Sole at 57c
$1.25 quality C J. Bonnett A Co. Black laffeU at 69c
$1 Embroideries at 39c, 25c, 10c, 5c
Sample pieces of, fancy Embroideries that are made in
Suisse, nainsook and cambric, up to 27 inches
wide, worth up to $1. 00 on bargain square
at a yard 39c, 25c, 10c, w
25c LACES AT 5c
Big lot of all kinds of Fancy Wash Laces, Insert-
lngs, Galoong and Bands, many w orth 25c, go on mv r-y
bargain counters at a yard Va
A GIGANTIC HANDKERCHIEF SPECIAL
Immense lot of Handkerchief seconds eome have slight Imperfections many
soalloped embroidered, lace and footing trimmed some p
plain all linen- hemstitched worth up to 25o 1 C t1 C
Grand Sale of Ribbon Remnants
Bought Straight from the Mill
A Perfect New Lot Go on Sale today
The accumulated remnants from the best known Ribbon mill In America.
This elegant lot consists of plain and fancy all silk taffeta, satin taffeta and every
kind of fancy ribbons. A brand new shipment at wonderfully low prices.
Regular 10c quality Ribbons today at 2ie
15c quality Ribbons today at, a yard 5c
25c quality Ribbons today at, a yard lOc
35c quality Ribbons today at, a yard i 15c
SPECIAL The createst lot of high grade wide fancy Ribbons rtg
ever dUpIayedat special sale, are worth $1 a yard, at, yard AUw
Ranged into one tremendous bargain counter, retching from (As front clear to
the rearm . This smle will present only Hie highest grade of shoes, but the prices
will he sensationally leto-
"jr. Ptnnbtl & pott Jf. y. piunbti ft pn
It Is proposed to pay the expense of re
moval out .if the general fund.
"The water fund has been exhausted to
the limit In previous years," said President
Zlmman. "There was no chance to get
njore hydrants, although they are badly
needed In certain parts of the city which
are without fire protection. Now we have
no fund and our hands are tied Just as ef
fectively, awaiting the municipal owner
ship of the plant This plan of removing
useless hydrants, Is one- I tried to get
through the last .council, but failed."
The matter of removing the unused hy
drants was put n a resolution directing
Chairman Schroeder of the fire, water and
police committee to confer with the city
engineer and fire chief and arrange a plan
for redistributing, aa many hydrants as
The second assistant city attorney, who is
yet to be appointed, wi'l not get $1,800 a
year, as waa proposed. The ordinance will
be amended to read $1,600, which is the sal
ary that has Wen paid. O'Brien wanted to
know whether there was any work for the
official to do and President Zlmman said
that the next year could be profitably spent
by the second assistant in revising the or
dinances. Tbe Bennett Company.
TOBACCO GUESSING CONTEST.
Because of the fire and the closing of the
store for nearly three days we have de
termined to continue the tobacco guessing
contest ' (which should close tonight) for
three days more. This contest will posi
tively close Thursday evening, June IB.
Get your guess In without loss of time.
A superb street parade Indexing the re
sources of Gentry Bros., famous shows will
move through the principal streets of the
city on tbe opening date of this famous
consolidation of trained animal shows. Al
most a score of never-before-seen features
have been added, and the little folks should
be given an opportunity to view this pro
cession, which in its reconstructed state re
veals a veritable open page In fairyland's
hliitory. The Gentry Bros. famous shows
will exhibit here in all their entirety. Two
performances, afternoon and night, Thurs
day, June 18; Friday, June 19. and Satur
day, June 20.
PLAN OF FLORENCE PEOPLE
Why the Engines and Fwnps at the
Water Plant Are Not Listed
N. C. Bondesen, assessor of Florence pre
cinct, explains his failure to Include the
pumps and engines of the Omaha Water
company at the pumping station upon the
pe-nonal property schedule as follows:
"The assessment of the Omaha Water
company property at Florence la in the
aggregate about $18,000 higher than It was
last year, but it has been transferred from
the personal property schedule to that of
real estate. This was done upon the advice of
a large number of the people of Florence,
who believed that It would be for the best
Interest of the township to have the build
ings and their permanent contents so listed.
. "There Is no doubt that the city of Omaha
will buy the water works some time, and
when that Is done all of the personal prop
erty of the company will be Listed at the
principal office for assessment. This course
will take from Florence precinct all of the
valuable machinery,, but. now we have at
tached the machinery to the land for the
purpose of taxation and we can hold it in
the precinct for taxation, no matter who
may own the works." -
Kip Then la the Dnd.
If you have loss of appetite, headache,
constipation or biliousness take Electric
Bl'ters. It cures or do pay. . Only 60c. For
saje by Kubn Co.
S. R. Patten, dentist, has reopened his
office at residence, 1801 Locust street. Tel
ephone 331. .
Balloon ascensions at Lake Manawa
dally. . '
1 IVJ Lis j it
day, Jnne 17. vx will
hold a remarkable $al
of shoes on our second
floor. The entire de
partment will be
BRICKLAYERS GO TO WORK
Abandon Trade Oonnoil and Take Employ,
men. Offered to Them.
START ON AUDITORIUM AND POSTOFFICE
Small Fore Pat In Operation try Con.
tractors, Who Expect to Es
large Ravpldly tha Nam.
Work was resumed on the Auditorium
building yesterday after a suspension
dating from March IS. At the federal -building
work was also resumed. This waa the
result of the settlement of the strike of
the bricklayers, which was Inaugurated In
May after the members of that union, had
been idle for nearly two months, as the
result of the strike of the hodcarriers and
building laborers. The men secured the
advance in wages demanded, but withdrew
from the Building Trades council and went
to work as individuals, agreeing to work
with nonunion men.
It was the intention of the contractor
on the Auditorium to start to work laying
brick' In the morning, but when he went to
mix mortar he ' found that the store of
lime and cement which ha nlaced In a
temporary building on the grounds had
been badly damaged during the suspension
of work, and he was unable to start brick
layers until afternoon, other material being
secured durlna- the mornlne. Whlla wa.lt.
Ing for material a force of building laborers
were at work cleaning up the grounds and
arranging scaffolding and srettlnar brick In
place for the bricklayers, who started to
worK in the afternoon. Half a doxen labor
ers were thus employed, a number of them
Deing members of one of the hodcarriers
unions who had given up the contest for
higher wages. These men accepted the
wages in force last season and engaged
to work as Individuals, working with non
union men. The contractor said that he
would put a dozen bricklayers to work
fast as they could be secured, and antici
pated no difficulty in securing them, as
members of the union had unt ii..nn.
to other places recalling Omaha bricklayers
dbck to tne city, six arrived from Des
Moines Saturday night and more are ex
At the federal bulldlne: two hrtMrin
resumed work and hodcarriers who were
at work previous to the strike were re
employed. The force at the federal build
ing win do increased as rapidly as possi
ble, and an attempt will be made to com
plete tho building within the contract time.
With the resumption of work by the
members of the Bricklayers' union, the
brick yards resumed operations with . ,,n
force of men. Rochford Gould's yard
was started early In the morning, as was
Corneer & Croft's. Withnell Bros. & Smith
resumed at noon.
Carpenters Still Ont.
The Carpenters' union held a meeting
yesterday and decided to continue their
strike. George W. Miles of the union said:
"The effect of the return of the bricklayers
has been anticipated and we are stronger
today than when they were In the building
trades council, for we can now plan our
campaign without having the employers
Informed of everything before we are ready
to let them know. We are still standing
for the demands we originally made and
see no reason to quit at this time."
Chairman Guye of the arbitration com
mittee of the Central Labor union said:
"If the bricklayers are satisfied, we have
no reason to complain. It all depends now
upon the position taken by the carpenters
and the plumbers. If they continue the
opposition building operations are no mare
certain to be resumed than they wars
"We are now taking up the matter of co
operative work in earnest and the settle
ment of labor troubles will not stop this
movement. The secretary of the Rochdale
Co-operative association will arrive In
TUESDAY IN IDE GREAT
2So Wind Goods for lOe.
Linen Ftatlste, with colored stripes, figures
and floral designs. strlotlv fast color,
Irish Dimities, Scotch Madrases, and
Curded Batistes with colored fr
stripe all for . 1UC
HOC Wuh floods for l-r.
French Corded Batiste, In colored and
white grounds, with itrlpes and figures,
Plain black, Indian Linen and Ulr
'rench Lawns all for OjW
1S Wash Goodi for 7 1-Sc
Black Sateens, plain colored French
Batiste, linen colored Batiste and plain
Batiste, with floral designs and 'li.r.
styles all for ilv
13 1-iie Wash Goods for (or fl l-2c.
Extra heavy and fine Dress Ginghams,
Chambray Ginghams, colored French
Muslins, In cords and stripes and fklry
hairline Sateens all for UJW
BOe I nriemear for 2ftc
Gents' Bulhriggan Undershirts and Draw
ers, natural and ranry colored, Oftr
assorted sizes all for aSCJW
2Sc Furnishings for lOci
Ladles' white Jersey ribbed sleeveless Un-
aervests, ladles' and children s 1lr
fast black seamless Hone only v
IS l-3o Men's Seamless Half Hose
OSo Sheets 40e
65e bleached ready-to-use Sheets, size 2
yaras wiae, vy, yards long, made rrom ths
best quality Boston sheeting iQ.
torn, not cut for one day at
Omaha's Biggest Skirt Sale.
SHIRT WAIST SALE.
25 dozen wash waists, worth 75o and
$1.00; on sale at 29c.
75 dozen wanh shirt waists, made of
madras, suitable for late wear; worth $1.60;
sale price, 60c.
Closing out all shirt waists at about one
A SWEET GIRL
Graduate ought to receive one or more of the hundreds
of handsome, nobby articles from our stock hat pins,
brooches, rings, chains, lockets, fan chains, etc Spend a
few minutes In our store.- Look for the name.
S. W. LINDSAY, Jeweler,
IS 16 Douglas Street.
In front teeth are conspicuous PORCELAIN
INQS look better and are better.
Omaha this week "anil we will learn some
thing of the operation of that organization.
At the present tljn'e we have the co-operative
laundry weri4lunder way, and It will
be In operation' thur month, probably. The
plumbers will probably ' -establish a co
operative shop, -tha. bakers are considering
the matter of a -operaUve bakery and
other trades where large machinery la not
required may get Into line. The plan has
worked, successfully in other places and
there Is no reason why Omaha should not
have places where' 'the people are assured
of good service at all times because of the
Impossibility of labor trdubles."
NIP IT ISf THE BID.
First Appearance of Dandruff a Fere
rnnner. of Fntnre Baldness.
That such 4s the case has been con
clusively proven by scientific research.
Prof. Unna, the - noted European skin
specialist, declares that dandruff Is the
burrowed-up cuticle of the scalp, caused
by parasites destroying the vitality In the
hair bulb. The hair becomes lifeless, and,
in time, falls out.'. Thia can be preventea
Newbro's Herplclde kills this dandruffs
germ, and restores the hair to Its natural
softness and atrundancy.
TTai-nteM la now used by thousands '01
people-all satisfied that It Is the most
rnnjriil bale nreDaratlon on the mar
ket today. Send 10 cents In stamps for free
sample to The Herplclde Co.. Detroit, Mien.
Spend your day's- outing at beautiful Lake
liow' Rates to . Boston and Return In
Jnne and Jnly
Via the Lake Shore & Michigan Southern
railway. Tickets will be sold June 26, 26
and 27, extreme return limit August 1. and
on July 1, 2, $, 4 and 6, extreme return limit
September 1. Stop-overs allowed at Ni
araga Falls and Chautauqua; also at New
York on tickets via that route. Full in
formation, with rates via variable routes,
will be promptly furnished on application
to M. B. Giles, T. P. A., Chicago, . or to
C. F. Daly, chief A Q. P. A., Chicago.
Tou can't find a better plcnlo place Jhan
Very Low Special Kzenrston Rates
To Boston. Mass.. Saratoga, N. Y., and
Chautauqua laks in june ana juiy. x'D
eral terms and stop-over privileges.
On and after June 14 the new fast train
from Chicago to Buffalo and Intermediate
points, 6:16 p. m. doily.
For time cards, regular and special rates,
etc., send postal card to H. L. Purdy,
Trav. Pass. Agent, Erie Railroad, Chicago,
111., or D. M. Bowman, General Western
Passenger Agent. Chicago, 111.
Omaha's leading furniture house gets the
largest end of the contract to furnish the
new quarters at the state penitentiary. The
Baker Furniture company would have
probably got, the whole contract If the
board had been In a position to use all
high-grade furniture. We consider this a
great compliment to Omaha, considering
the amount of competition the Baker Fur
niture company had to figure against.
Bathing, boating and fishing at Lake
Half fare to Bostuu June 24, 25, 30; July
1. 2. ,1. 4. Long limit. Stopover privileges.
Choice of routes. Through cars to Boston;
no change en route via The Northwestern
Line, the only double track route. 1401-1403
Farnam street. . .
The Wabash Railroad
"In the Good Old Summer Time" offer
many special rates to Boston, Indianapolis,
Baltimore, St. Louis, Saratoga. Detroit.
Atlanta and other points.
Call at city office. 1601 Farnam. or address
HARRY E. MOORE8. U. A. P. It.,
Ride on the Ferris Wheel and Switchback
at Courtland Beach. -
TUB RF.MAI1I.B STORE.
IK Pillow Slips 1.H 1-ao
18c ready-to-use Pillow Slips, size 42x36,
made from Wamsutta cotton, fXic
nothing better for one day at '!
15c Tloltnn Camhrle lOc
15c quality Bolton Cambric, yard lOr"
wide at, yard IVfV
X 1-itc Shcetlnat IN .1-4 c
22HC heavy unbleached Sheeting, good
qunllty, 81 Inches wide for one
day at. yard UW
fl.Ro lllearhrrf Napkins Mo
$1.M quality blenched all linen QRp
Napkins, size 6xS at, dozen
ai.OO Table Linen tic
$1.00 quality extra tine German Damnak,
72 Inches wide for one day 6C
&t y fird ....laa....(.....aaaaaa(
44p Turkey Red Kamaslc SRe
40c quality turkey red Damask, 80 Inches
wide, guaranteed colors ORri
at, yard SOV
. Wnlstlna-a 10c
60c Imported White Walstlngs, In mercer
ized Himki't. Oxford, Madras and tQo
fancy stripes for one day at, yard. aj
ii.lc Walntlng 1.1 3-4o
We have rlnced on one table all our Im
ported White Walstlng, all the new
weaves, not a yard worth less 1 H ? C
than 2oc for one day at, yard.... an 4
Cinderella Twill , Baby Flannel, in plain
colors, regular 16c per Qrj
Fancy Feather Ticking, worth 18c j24C
Best grade Outing Flannel, worth fiic
10c and LiVrc per yard ww
Six great tables loaded' with skirts tne
entire Hiirplus stock of one of New York s
best known manufacturers will go on sale
hAfyintiimr Tno.fhi v morninflr at 8 o clock.
f AUliK No. 1 4W rainy-day and dress
skirts, worth 4.W and in mc, B'"J
blue and brown; special sale price, l o.
TAB UK No. 2 6K) women's rainy-day
eklrts, in black, brown, blue and gray,
worth up to $6.00; sale price, $2.90.
TABLE No. 3500 women walking and
dress skirts, worth up to $8.00; sale price,
"TABLE No. 4 Tour choice of 1,000 skirts,
made of voiles, etamines, mohairs, brll
llantlnes, Slclllians and cheviots, worth $8.00
and $10.00; on sale Tuesday at $4 95.
TABLE No. 6 Women's silk dress skirts,
made of good quality peau de sole, chiffon
ruining, worth $15.00; sale price. $7.90.
,,,? c uiioii bi htS-K dozen
drcos skirts made of wash materials, such
as duck, covert, pique ana uneu, wwui
$2.00. $2.50 and $3.00; sale prices, 98c, oo
60 silk pongee coats, worth $7.60; sale
Tour choice of 200 sample Sicilian and
brllllantlne waists, all sizes up to 36, worth
up to $5.00; sale price, $1.98.
I WATCH FOR BIG WRAPPER SALE.
"It's All in That
All we ask for them Is $2.00 down and $3.00
per month, or the wholesale price for oash.
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Mr. Long, 4737 North Thirty-seventh, says:
"You exaggerate nothing when you call the
Michigan a wonderful burner. 1 used a gas
stove last season that cost three times as
much for fuel as the Michigan does. It
didn't cook half as quick and did not
spread the heat over the whole bottom of
the vessel like the Michigan does. If the
Michigan was put to a practical test in
public with other gasoline and gas stoves
no other could be sold."
THE STOETZEL STOVE CO.,
T14 Konth Sixteenth Street. .
One Hour Quicker Time Chicago to
Is made by "The Pennsylvania Limited,"
which now leaves Chicago at 6 p. m. and
arrives Twenty-third street station, New
York, next day at 6 p. m., eastern time, or
6 p. m., Chicago time. "The Pennsylvania
Limited" is a solid train of library-smoking,
sleeping, compartment, dining and ob
servation cars from Chicago to Philadel
phia and New York. For Illustrated book
let about it address H. R. Derlng, A. G. P.
Agt.. No. 2 Sherman street, Chicago.
Street Railway Pay Checks.
Postofflce, telephone, pucking house, rail
way and all other r'.v checks are cashed
at our bank. Accounts opened for $1 t
more, and 4 per cent Interest paid.
J. L. BRANDEIS SON'S. Bankers,
Under government supervision.
Vl'a 1'lnsa QoturHnva t 1
A Straw Mat
SeJe for Men
Today (Tuesday) we will
place on sale three cases of tbe
latest style straw hats shown
this season, the Black and
White Straw. They're good
. looking for one thing are econ-.
omical that is, don't show the
dirt as soon as white .straw hata,
for another, and they are the
only real novelties shown this
season. Our stock is excellent
and include some styles that you
won't find elsewhere in Omaha.
These hats are $1.25
will go on sale for
Next to the elevator
Room 401 else 13x15 feet with
vault In the Bee Building la
for rent $1.00.
Elevators run day and
all day Sunday
all free in
the Bee building.
R. C. Peters & Co.,
- - Ground Floor,
THE ELEVATOR B0K
$2.00 Hand Turned Soles.
Made from a fine selection of kid
In two styles.
Lace Oxford and two-button Fedora.
An easy and comfortable summer
shoe that can be worn anywhere at
Our line of women's oxfords is so
large that we cannot begin to de
scribe them all this one Is an extra
ordinary value that we are offering
our shoe buying friends for $2.00.
DREXEL SHOE CO.,
Omaha'a Up-to-Date Shoe House
1419 Farnam Street.
Charley Gets Cute
and takes exceptions to our method of
spelling crystal. As we are not a PRli
TKNDER, we don't PRETEND to be au
thority on the orthography of PROPER
NOUNS. Perhaps he Is? WE ARE AU
THOR1TY on genuine drugs, patent medi
cines, rubber goods, etc., at lowest prices!
The people are learning this more and
more every day, and that's where the shoe
pinches. By the way, Charley must read
certain ads very closely.
$1.00 Chrystal Tonic (Prof. Chrystal's).. 75c
$1.00 Llo.uozine 75c
6lio Liquoxone 40c
Why did HOME CUT PRICE (?) drug
gists Insist on getting $1.0u for Llquozons
11.00 Peruna (all you want) at Cla
3.ic Genuine Castoria lie
50o iKian's Kidney Pills Sc
!KJ I'uulne (cleuna wull paper) 10.;
Guc "Catarrh Rem" (guaranteed) 30c
$J Genuine Chester's Pennyroyal Pills.. $l.o)
$1.00 Dr. Pierce's Goods 64c
$1.00 Osomulslon 7&c
$1.00 Cranl-Tonlc Tmj
$1 00 Parisian Hair Tonic (guaranteed). 7Jo
' OPEN ALL NIGHT.
Two l'hones 747 and TOT.
19th and Chicago Streets, Omaha.
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